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emergence

noun appearance, arrival, commencement, development, evidence, initiation, issue, manifestation, notice, now apparent, show, start
Associated concepts: emergent law, the emergence of law
See also: egress, expression, issuance, manifestation, nascency, origination, outflow, start
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The emergence of novel intraverbals by transfer of stimulus control from stimuli of non-intraverbal operants (i.
Emergence was observed every 2 h, and a dim red light (220V, 50Hz) was used for observations during the dark period.
The emergence formula was used to predict that the 2004 emergence would start on 14 May, nearly a week earlier than the historical average.
Replication of A/PR/8/34(H1N1) (PR8) virus for >3 weeks in severe combined immunodeficient (SCID) mice that were chronically treated with M2e-specific monoclonal antibodies (MAbs) resulted in the emergence of M2e-escape mutants (28).
Emergence traps placed under mango, lychee, longan and mamey sapote trees captured adults of Myllocerus undecimpustulatus undatus, confirming reproduction of this weevil in the drip zone of these host trees for adults.
The scientists observed that coated seeds planted in early spring had significantly greater levels of emergence and establishment than uncoated seeds planted at the same time.
About Emergence Capital Partners (@emergencecap) Emergence Capital Partners, based in San Mateo, Calif.
In the PACU, a nurse who was blinded to the patient's study group recorded the degree of emergence agitation and unexpected events (laryngospasm, nausea, vomiting, or desaturation) every 10 minutes for one hour.
Two of the many factors that can affect seed emergence are the type of substrate on or below which seeds are located and the depth at which seeds are buried in the soil (Scoles-Sciulla and DeFalco 2009).
The general conceptual framework of the book relates to the attempt to build a general theory of emergence as a general theory of change, corresponding to Von Bertalanffy's project for a general system theory.
Iowa (Kritsky 2004); and intense media coverage out of Chicago provided an opportunity to map the Indiana's 2007 emergence with more precision than in the past.
In her view, emergence should be favored over reductionism due to the reality of downward causation exhibited by complex systems.