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incubation period

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(Pathology) med the time between exposure to an infectious disease and the appearance of the first signs or symptoms. Sometimes shortened to: incubation
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Noun1.incubation period - the period between infection and the appearance of symptoms of the disease
period, period of time, time period - an amount of time; "a time period of 30 years"; "hastened the period of time of his recovery"; "Picasso's blue period"
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incubation period

n (Med) → Inkubationszeit f

incubation period

n(periodo di) incubazione f
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This approach reduced the incubation time of aminolevulinic acid (ALA) to 20 minutes, with comparable results to 1-hour ALA incubation times.
Different parameters like incubation time, incubation temperature, moisture conditions, oil sources, nitrogen and carbon sources were taken in account to optimize the culture conditions for maximum production of [PLA.
Data in Experiment 1 for in vitro DMD, gas production and fermentation pH at each incubation time were analyzed using the MIXED procedure of SAS (SAS Institute, Inc.
The incubation time showed significant impact, however varietal difference was found to be nonsignificant.
Times\Conc Three-days incubation time [micro]g/ml 1 hr exposure time 2 hrs exposure time 0.
In the RR, TX and VX soils, there was no need for acidity correction; after the incubation time, the samples were dried and pounded to break up clods, to receive the P doses.
For the subset of patients without available exposure data, we assumed that their incubation time was 0-21 days because 21 days was the longest incubation period reported (9,10).
I noticed that music leave a positive impact at the birds and this situation continue even after the incubation time," in his statement.
Since alfafa is a high quality forage grass, albeit characterized by high digestibility and fast ruminal degradation (Rodrigues, Comeron, & Vilela, 2008), it should be focused upon in assessments for the recuperation of indigestible fractions such as internal indicators, inconsistencies of results for incubation time and material used in in situ assays, as already analyzed by Detmann et al.
After the determination of the most suitable culture medium, optimum incubation time period was determined.
Therefore the lack of extraction coupled with the short two hour incubation time makes this ELISA a very robust and easy assay to run.