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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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Priming pepper seeds in PEG and KNO3 solutions significantly increased emergence percentage and decreased mean time to emergence of pepper seedlings (El-Shatoury, 2010).
2012) found a significant correlation between field emergence and some element concentrations in bean seed.
Visually, it is very difficult to observe the emergence of adult beetles due to their smaller size and inconspicuous activity.
However sevoflurane has been reported to be associated with emergence agitation in pediatric patients especially in preschool-aged children.
Emergence was observed every 2 h, and a dim red light (220V, 50Hz) was used for observations during the dark period.
Moreover, Categories and/or Exemplars could facilitate the learning and emergence of ABC intraverbals.
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.
Three general claims undergird emergence theory in the philosophy of science.
A stopwatch was started when the anesthetic drug was discontinued at the end of surgery and was stopped as soon as the patient opened her eyes spontaneously to record the emergence time.
The limited research on hatchling emergence demonstrates that in the southern portion of their range both emergence soon after hatching and delaying emergence into spring occurs, whereas most reports are of delayed emergence in the central and northern portion of their range, including western Oregon (reviewed in Ernst and Lovich, 2009).