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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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We investigated mortality events immediately following detection of a mortality signal, except during the nesting season when inactive incubating females often triggered the mortality sensor.
The lapwing attracted our attention and we moved close to the area and were astonished to see the female incubating the clutch of eggs half submerged in the puddle formed by the leaked water that made a temporary pool in about 7-8 square metres," said Dr Khan.
According to the Northern Territory News, Bustopher, a four-year-old tabby belonging to Naomi Oliver, took over after the hens did not show much interest in incubating the eggs.
The kinetic parameters were determined by incubating equine testicular microsomes with various concentrations of radiolabeled androstenedione and Roundup.
TAINAN, Taiwan -- The opening ceremony of the 2012 Southeast and South Asia Regional Workshop on Knowledge Innovation: Intellectual Property Management and Startup Incubation was held on August 13th at Technology Transfer and Business Incubating Center (TTBIC) of National Cheng Kung University (NCKU), southern Taiwan, where 20 professors and staff from 6 SATU member countries, including Philippines, India, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Indonesia, have attended the five-day workshop.
The DIC is set to choose 25 ideas from the 'Idea Camp' to join the two-year start-up entrepreneurial course in which incubating companies receive the training, guidance and support needed to launch their projects in Qatar and help them succeed.
With its strong track record, hands-on engagement, as well as focus on scale and sustainability, Villgro is suitably positioned to play a catalytic role in incubating this sector in India.
When most folks think of incubating eggs, their minds turn to any manner of electromechanical devices that provide the fight temperature and humidity.
Heat treatments were performed by incubating the seeds at 55 C for varying periods of time, although four days of treatment appeared to give the best results.
Bird eggs can catch infections through their shells, and new tests in the wild suggest that this risk may be one of the pressures driving avian parents to start incubating eggs with a timing that puzzles biologists.
Flat-bottomed 96-well polystyrene immunoplates (NUNC, Maxisorp; Nalge NUNC, Rochester, NY) were coated with 100 [micro]L of PbTx-3-bovine serum albumin (BSA) conjugate (24,29,30) (250 ng/mL) or BSA alone by incubating for 1 hr at 25 [degrees] C or overnight at 4 [degrees] C in PBS.
HABITAT USE AND MOVEMENT PATTERNS OF INCUBATING WOOD DUCKS (AIX SPONSA) AT EUFAULA NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE, ALABAMA.