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e·clo·sion

 (ĭ-klō′zhən)
n.
The emergence of an adult insect from a pupal case or an insect larva from an egg.

[French éclosion, from éclore, to open, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *exclaudere, to shut out : Latin ex-, ex- + Latin claudere, to shut.]
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eclosion

(ɪˈkləʊʒən)
n
(Zoology) the emergence of an insect larva from the egg or an adult from the pupal case
[C19: from French éclosion, from éclore to hatch, ultimately from Latin exclūdere to shut out, exclude]
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e•clo•sion

(ɪˈkloʊ ʒən)

n.
1. the emergence of an adult insect from its pupal case.
2. the hatching of a larva from its egg.
[1885–90; < French éclosion, derivative of éclos, past participle of éclore to hatch]
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Translations

eclosion

[ɪˈkləʊʒən] Neclosión f
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Un illettre constituera toujours un danger pour une nation, un frein pour son emancipation et un fardeau pour son eclosion.
For the experiments male flies were collected soon after eclosion and maintained on normal food for 5-7 days before the experiments were performed.
dioica inhiben la eclosion de huevos, a las concentraciones de 0.00023 a 0.00093, provocan de 79 a 100% en huevos de mosca blanca T.
A las dos sem, cada lote de huevos se peso (Ohaus(r), Pioneer PA313, Mexico) y deposito en un tubo de vidrio rotulado, se tapo con algodon humedo y se llevo a incubacion bajo condiciones controladas de humedad y temperatura para la eclosion (28[grados]C y 85% HR por 35 d).
lebetis eggs during storage reduced larval hatch rate after 7 d and adult eclosion after 2 d.
LA eclosion de las plataformas televisivas de consumo no lineal ha dado el espaldarazo definitivo, si es que hacia falta otro, al decisivo asentamiento de la ficcion televisiva como uno de los innegables ejes vertebradores de la cultura contemporanea.
sanguineus eggs by 85, 85, 84 and 83%, respectively, but the newly hatched larvae died just after eclosion. Extracts from M.
A residency prize, supported by the Montelupo Museum Foundation in Italy, was awarded to Frangoise Joris, from Belgium, for her work titled Eclosion. The judges noted that Joris used 'originality in her technique, which seems to challenge the physics of the matter'.
Este libro se situa en una postura intermedia entre la busqueda de una "teoria del todo", que brindara solidez a la sociologia y la presentacion de teorias divergentes, que no pretenden supremacia de unas sobre otras sino la eclosion de nuevas opciones en una suerte de "explosion de ideas" que pueden fertilizarse diacronica y sincronicamente.
En este sentido, la finalidad del presente estudio fue evaluar el efecto del incremento de la temperatura y la acidificacion en la eclosion, desarrollo, crecimiento, mortalidad y calcificacion de la concha durante su fase larvaria.