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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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For each treatment, the emergence rate (day-1) was calculated as the inverse of the duration of the sprouting phase (from planting to emergence), i.e.
Seedling emergence followed by establishment is adversely affected by low humidity and high temperature (Nawaz et al., 2013; Yuksel et al., 2013).
We provide an alternative definition of emergence in complex systems derived as follows: Given some target variable, we query its state on the subsystem models learned from corresponding datasets and group their opinions into majority and minority sets.
Visually, it is very difficult to observe the emergence of adult beetles due to their smaller size and inconspicuous activity.
Each recording session began when bats congregated near the cave entrance in a swarming pattern, with a few leaving the swarm to exit the cave (beginning of emergence).
The laboratory emergence test was conducted with 200 seeds from each seed lot in a seedling tray filled with peat.
In particular, they explored the emergence of intraverbals after listening to the sounds of musical instruments paired with the name or the country they belong to (i.e., the participant was required to listen, then the sound of the instruments were played while the experiment said their name).
The key to African economic emergence lies in removal of barriers, increased connectivity between nations and infrastructure development, DP World's Group Chairman and CEO Sultan Ahmed bin Sulayem told African leaders and top executives in Dakar Senegal.
To test the hypothesis that overwintered cranberry tipworms emerge as adults during a prolonged period through spring and summer, we designed an emergence trap similar to the bucket traps evaluated in blueberries (Roubos & Liburd 2010; Hahn & Isaacs 2012; Rhodes et al.
According to the party, his emergence was tainted with desperation to have someone as governor who would rather fund the APC leaders, declaring that Lagosians would not forget that this was the excuse given by the party for denying Governor Akinwunmi Ambode his second term ticket.
Dates of seeding, emergence, and harvest of soybean plants, and cultural practices used.