recolonization

recolonization

(ˌriːkɒlənaɪˈzeɪʃən) or

recolonisation

n
the process or action of colonizing something again
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Inducing recolonization of the nasal pharynx with protective cz-streptococci is a new "ecological" approach to the prevention of recurrent otitis media.
We call on people everywhere to support the mobilizations against the creation of the Free Trade Area in the Americas, an initiative which means the recolonization of Latin America and the destruction of fundamental social, economic, cultural and environmental human rights.
Ethiopian driver: "What is going on is simply the recolonization of
For instance, the Mayan decline can be seen as an outcome of political strife and wars disrupting production and causing agricultural retraction, urban decentralization, and the recolonization of some types of forest vegetation.
In a closed-door session, Castro called the WTO "a fearful instrument of recolonization and world exploitation.
Although it would seem that biodiversity should be low due to the elimination of local communities by scouring action of the Laurentian ice sheet (12,000 years ago), the present-day diverse communities are the result of recolonization from outside sources.
Even though frequent events of extinction and recolonization can homogenize the gene pool of a species (Maruyama and Kimura 1980; Ewens et al.
I am referring to this process as one of recolonization because of its targeting of Algerians' cultural space in a manner similar to the French who, in the Nineteenth Century, attempted to displace local norms and values to suit their political purposes.
Since a major contributing factor to Candida proliferation is usually the elimination of the normal flora, intestinal bacteria must be replaced to help prevent recolonization by Candida.
This relatively fast rate of recolonization might be partially explained by the fact that the ecological conditions of the surrounding area with windswept and rather stony terraces are similar to the dry and compressed soil on the airstrip and on the dirt roads.
It can be the bearer of recolonization but also bears the possibility of leap-frogging for people and nations who were left behind during the last two centuries of industrial progress.
2) Rates of transition between urchin- and kelp-dominated communities following sea otter recolonization were compared among regions.