Incubatory


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In`cu´ba`to`ry


a.1.Serving for incubation.
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luteus showed 100% absorbance of Cd(II) on all incubatory periods; 24, 48, 72, and 96 h (Fig.
One set of all plates were incubated aerobically at 37degC and the other set was incubated for partial anaerobic incubation at 10% CO2 incubatory for 24-48 hours.
Birds were acquired from a commercial Cobb Slow line breeder's incubatory and vaccinated for Mareks disease, Gumboro, fowlpox and infectious bronchitis.
The superfamily Bopyrina included three families as Dajidae (parasitic in the incubatory chamber or on the dorsal surface of the Mysids and Euphosiids), Bopyridae (in branchial cavity or on the abdominal cavity of the Anomuran and Macrura) and Entoniscidae (in visceral cavity of Brachyura and Anomura) (Hartnoll, 1960).
Larvae of the incubatory oyster Tiostrea chilensis (Bivalvia: Ostreidae) in the plankton of central and southern New Zealand.
Infectious process at a leucosis is characterized by the following stages: incubatory (preleukemic) --from the moment of infection before synthesis of antibodies; asymptomatic (initial)--from emergence of antibodies before detection of hematologic changes; the hematologic--which indicator is persistent achroacytosis and stages of tumoral growth of malignant tumors in fabrics of the haematogenic, lymphoid and other bodies.
Notes on incubatory inquilinism between Squamata (Reptilia) and the neotropical fungus-growing ant genus Acromyrmex (Hymenoptera: Formicidae).
Second, free zones provide the incubatory environment that has stimulated entrepreneurship.