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verb appear, arise, become distinct, breed, develop, give form to, grow, materialize, mature, nurture, produce, take form
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Furthermore, NBC plays a vital role in providing immediate assistance in marketing plans, besides it contributes to creating communication channels between the incubated companies at NBC with other similar programmes, and between the companies with local and global expertise," he said.
The water was then poured off, and the seeds were transferred onto wet commercial filter paper and incubated at 22 C for two days to allow for germination to occur.
This boosted the macrophages' cathelicidin production and rates of TB-microbe killing to those seen when such cells were incubated in serum from whites.
Binding of RO15-4513 (an inverse agonist of the GABAA receptor benzodiazepine site) was inhibited when cortical membranes were incubated with ATR (Shafer et al.
In addition to AngioLink, STD started and incubated the HemiCAP(TM) articular cartilage resurfacing system owned by Arthrosurface Incorporated (http://www.
Most incubated companies remain in the same geographic area as their parent university, directly boosting the regional economy with jobs and revenue.
After twenty-four hours, temperatures of the incubated infants were slightly higher than those of the held infants, suggesting that incubated infants run a risk of becoming too warm and developing heat stress.
Seeds incubated in water, at 22[degrees]C, in the dark, began germinating two days later.
The COC were embedded in agarose gel and fixed in Carnoy's solution immediately after collection, or were incubated in maturation medium (TCM-199 containing 10% FBS, 5[micro]g/ml FSH, 5[micro]g/ml LH, and 1[micro]g/ml estradiol) for 24 h before embedding and fixing.
The first of the businesses that have incubated in the Thousand Oaks Environmental Business Cluster is about to spread its wings.
In 2002, NewMarket management set out to incubate emerging technologies and distribute returns on the incubated technologies in the form of shareholder dividends.