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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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Citizen scientists' perception of the emergence event was categorized qualitatively via assess ment of general comments.
Citizen scientists expressed a range of positive accounts of the periodical cicada emergence from rescuing emerging adults from predation, photography, home-school education opportunities, to a willingness to provide additional monitoring information throughout the emergence event.
The second generation of eggs begins to hatch in the middle of July, with pupation beginning in mid to late August and adult emergence in early September.
We used LSD multiple comparisons to analyze and identify where differences in the peaks of emergence occurred.
Nine counties in Indiana experienced emergences with the highest densities reported from Harrison and Crawford counties.
There were also isolated emergences of periodical cicadas from several Brood X locations in 2008.
First, abundant emergences will appear in and among organizations in a certain situation, among which many abnormal organizational emergences, such as the appearance of families, villages, communities, bazaars, money economy, supermarkets, towns and cities, provide human beings with enormous creative power and appropriateness.
Second, we are not puppet before the emergent organizations and organizational emergences.
We propose a conceptual framework to describe the configurations of a host-pathogen community that may lead to disease emergence in a target host.
Recent examples of potential emerging infectious diseases that were realized include the emergence of HIV-1 and HIV-2 in human populations, in which the close-contact nature of the infection process prevented transmission of simian immunodeficiency virus (SIV) from primates to humans (6,24).
Twenty-four hours later, six of 15 sites had cicada emergences.
Most areas were reporting emerging cicadas by 14 May, one week earlier than the average historical emergence date of 20/21 May.