acclimated


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Related to acclimated: insinuating, beguile
See: accustomed
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Acclimated lowlanders' had less and less oxygen saturation the higher up they lived.
Some mussels were acclimated to an artificial seawater (SW) that was diluted with PW to be about 10% SW ([sim]106 mosm [kg.sup.1]) for more than 13 d before use.
The objective of this study was to characterize the changes in translatable mRNAs that occur in plants acclimated under winter temperature conditions and to compare these changes between cultivars of contrasting hardiness.
Animals were acclimated for up to 21 days without added food, and the water was changed every 3 days.
They connected the box to a netted enclosure so that the birds could become acclimated prior to release.
The total project cost comprises $56 million; $10.9 million will be acclimated in 2014; - Modernization of Power Lines in Southern Kyrgyzstan.
Robinson will be coming with the family to help the girls get acclimated, and she will determine in the coming months whether or not she wants to stay in DC permanently," the Washington Post quoted Katie McCormick Lelyveld, a spokesperson for the presidential transition, as saying.
The scientists looked for the presence of antibodies to HTLV-III, a putative cause of AIDS, and found it in 50 to 75 samples checked, suggesting, they say, "that the virus detected may have been a predecessor of HTLV-III or HTLV-III itself but existing in a population acclimated to its presence."
1.178 billion soms were acclimated in the second quarter of 2013.
The money received for export were acclimated to pay off debts for mazut and natural gas, as well as to purchase coal, according to the Kyrgyz electricity company.
"This sum has been already received, it's being acclimated. It includes project Taza Suu (Pure Water), project on treatment plants and sewage systems in Karakol, Cholpon-Ata, Balykchy and others," the expert noticed.
Currently, 851 million soms have been acclimated. During the meeting, the Prime Minister noticed slight delay in schedule of construction works.