Incubatory


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In`cu´ba`to`ry


a.1.Serving for incubation.
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Further, the XNode MOU provides CGA, and by extension, Canrim, with access to unique investments in the Chinese CBD space, combined with significant incubatory support provided by XNode."
After that, these eggs were cleaned and then stocked in incubatory jars separately for further development and hatching process (Ahmed et al., 2007; Valeta et al., 2013).
After 18-24 hours in incubation, the graft was taken out of TVPG solution and put in Petri dish containing EDTA (1/5, 000 in saline) for 15 min at 37[degrees]C in incubatory. The epidermis was separated from dermis with the help of tweezers and transferred in petri dish containing phosphate buffer solution (pH 7.4-7.8) the basal layer of epidermis was rubbed gently with the help of blunt side of surgical blade and solution was vigorously pipetted out to obtain epidermal suspension.
As emerged in findings and subsequent interpretation, an environment of 'total entrepreneurial learning' needs to be harnessed beyond sheer incubatory arrangements.
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.
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.