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period

noun age, bout, continuance, course, duration, eon, epoch, era, hitch, interval, juncture, length of time, limited time, point, season, shift, span, spell, stage, stint, stretch, tenure, term, time, time interval, time stretch, tour, while
Associated concepts: period of redemption
See also: age, annum, cycle, date, duration, expiration, life, moratorium, tenure, term, time
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For the other oils, there were interaction between the incubation periods and the concentrations, and the regression curves were determined for each incubation period, evidencing the differentiated behavior of the concentrations within each period.
With increasing temperatures, feeding increases because of enhanced metabolism of the mosquito, leading to shorter incubation period.
This study is centered to see the effect of the incubation period on ALP enzyme activity at 37[degrees]C.
For the primary case set, our estimates for incubation period were median 6.
Statistical analysis depicted that colchicine (450 mg l-1) with incubation period of 11 days had a stimulative effect on most traits.
Most of the rabies cases have an incubation period in the range of 31 to 90 days.
We also find that the probability of a quicker release of a fund is positively associated with incubation period performance, objective inflows, and family inflows.
Two further healthcare workers, transported to the RVI last Friday have both been discharged and have now begun the 21-day incubation period.
Using hindsight, some of the learning at this last stage is to be able to recognise better in the future when you are in the risk incubation period - and to do something about promptly.
Long incubation periods decrease the efficiency of the laboratory and occupy space in automated ELISA systems.
Twenty-one of those tourists remained within the incubation period.