Incubatory


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In`cu´ba`to`ry


a.1.Serving for incubation.
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Therefore, you're seeing more strategies and incubatory pockets being developed, including by governments.
Second, free zones provide the incubatory environment that has stimulated entrepreneurship.
The east terrace contained the temple of Asclepius, the altar, and a stoa (colonnaded portico) built in the Doric style, which served as the incubatory (abaton), where the patients spent their healing night.
0 mm in diameter formed a thin web which constituted the superficial lining of the incubatory chamber (Fig.
Larvae of the incubatory oyster Tiostrea ehilensis (Bivalvia: Ostreidae) in the plankton of central and southern New Zealand.