acclimatization

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iklime alışma
yeni bir iklime/ortama alışma
ortama alışma
(Tıp) Hidrofobik olan kolloidlerin az miktarda elektrolit tesiri altında pıhtılaşması (coagulation). Bu olay pozitif veya negatif olabilir
alışma
{i} iklime alıştırma
(Tıp) Bir yerin havasına alışma veya alıştırma, uyum
{i} alıştırma, intibak ettirme
{i} ortama alıştırma
{i} alışma, intibak etme
iklime alisma
uyum sağlamak
uyum sağlama
acclimatize
uyum sağlamak
acclimatize
yeni bir iklime/ortama alışmak veya alıştırmak
acclimatize
iklime alıştır
acclimatize
iklime alıştırmak
acclimatize
alışmak
acclimatize
ortama alıştırmak
acclimatize
havaya alışmak
acclimatize
çevreye alıştır
acclimatize
{f} alıştırmak, intibak ettirmek
acclimatize
(Askeri) Bir yerin havasına alıştırmak
acclimatize
{f} alışmak, intibak etmek
altitude acclimatization
(Askeri) yüksek irtifaya alıştırma
altitude acclimatization
(Askeri) YÜKSEK İRTİFAA ALIŞTIRMA: Önemli derecede düşmüş atmosfer basıncına, sürekli şekilde maruz bırakmak suretiyle, tedrici fizyolojik intibak
Английский Язык - Английский Язык
The act of acclimatizing; the process of inuring to a new climate, or the state of being so inured
Getting used to the climate surrounding you
The physiological and behavioral adjustments of an organism to changes in its environment
The physiological and behavioral adjustments of an organism to changes in its environment Source: US EPA
The process by which one becomes accustomed to new environmental conditions
Physiological adaptation by which an organism becomes better adapted to exist in an environment different from the one to which it was indigenous
A form of reversible physiological adaptation by which an animal is able to alter its tolerance of environmental factors (DM)
Adaptation of an organism to a new environment Active immunity - A type of acquired immunity whereby resistance to a disease is built up by either having the disease or receiving a vaccine to it
adaptation to a new climate (a new temperature or altitude or environment)
The habituation of an organism's physiological response to environmental conditions (usually applied to natural environments)
The physiological adjustment or adaptation by an organism to new physical and/or environmental conditions With respect to water, it is frequently used in reference to the ability of a species to tolerate changes in water temperature, degradation of water quality, or increased levels of salinity
{i} process of adjusting to a new environment; habituation (also acclimatisation)
Any of numerous gradual, long-term responses of an individual organism to changes in its environment. The responses are more or less habitual and reversible should conditions revert to an earlier state. These criteria differentiate acclimatization from homeostasis; from growth and development (which cannot be reversed); and from evolutionary adaptation (which occurs in a population over generations). Acclimatization can occur in anticipation of a change and enable organisms to survive conditions beyond their natural experience. Examples include adaptations to seasonal changes and adjustments to changes in altitude
acclimatation
acclimatize
To make used to a new climate or one that is different from that which is natural; to inure or habituate to other circumstances; to adapt to the peculiarities of a foreign or strange climate
Acclimatize
to adapt to a new altitude, climate, environment, or situation
Acclimatize
get used to a certain climate; "They never acclimatized in Egypt"
Acclimatize
To adjust to changes in environmental variables
Acclimatize
to adapt to a new climate, environment, or anything new
acclimatisation
Alternative spelling of acclimatization
acclimatisation
{i} process of adjusting to a new environment; habituation (also acclimatization)
acclimatisation
adaptation to a new climate (a new temperature or altitude or environment)
acclimatize
{f} adjust to a new environment; adapt oneself (also acclimatise)
acclimatize
get used to a certain climate; "They never acclimatized in Egypt
acclimatize
To get used to a new climate
acclimatize
ac·cli·ma·tize acclimatizes acclimatizing acclimatized in BRIT, also use acclimatise When you acclimatize or are acclimatized to a new situation, place, or climate, you become used to it. The athletes are acclimatising to the heat by staying in Monte Carlo This year he has left for St Louis early to acclimatise himself They have been travelling for two days and will need some time to acclimatise. + acclimatization ac·cli·ma·ti·za·tion Acclimatization to higher altitudes may take several weeks. + acclimatized ac·cli·ma·tized It took her a while to get acclimatized to her new surroundings. to become used to a new place, situation, or type of weather, or to make someone become used to it acclimatize to
acclimatize
To inure or habituate to a climate different from that which is natural; to adapt to the peculiarities of a foreign or strange climate; said of man, the inferior animals, or plants
acclimatization

    Расстановка переносов

    ac·cli·ma·ti·za·tion

    Произношение

    Этимология

    [ &-"klI-m&-t&-'zA-s ] (noun.) 1830. From acclimatize + -ation

    Слово дня

    affiance
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