unacclimated

unacclimated

(ˌʌnəˈklaɪmeɪtɪd)
adj
not accustomed or adapted to
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But here it is littered with trash, its shimmering blue waters mostly off-limits to foreigners unacclimated to the local bacteria.
Experimental Data for an Unacclimated Male (Subject 4) When the Model is Corrected for Fitness, Body Fat, and Heat Acclimation Jungle Environment Desert Environment L-200 W H-425 W L-200 W H-425 W Proposed 43 28 36 29 hybrid model Experimental 30 24 27 20
0[degrees]C indicated that chilling temperatures had differing effects on survival of unacclimated samples, with Riviera having more regrowth than Midiron (Table 4).
A heat-acclimated person may perspire more than twice as much as an unacclimated person, allowing them to better regulate body temperature.
Offering one of the book's rare moments of comic relief, this domestic scene at the home of the Wellfleet Oysterman also elaborates upon the native oyster experience by demonstrating additional culinary peculiarities of the Cape Cod culture to which the leery Thoreau and his traveling companion William Ellery Channing are still unacclimated.
Performance starts to be affected at about 1,000 meters altitude; the effect is not linear and the drop in performance is quite different for acclimated versus unacclimated individuals.
Toward the end of each experimental run, the control system, which had previously not received any metal addition, was shock-loaded with the same metal to investigate the effect on an unacclimated system.
Similarly, the initial adhesion of the tentacles of a sea anemone to an unacclimated anemone fish could also be due in large part to the discharge of spirocysts (e.
Large numbers of inexperienced, untrained, and unacclimated workers entering the work force.
This eDNA library was screened by differential hybridization using single-stranded cDNAs synthesized from mRNAs from unacclimated and cold-acclimated crowns.
5[degrees]C of unacclimated plants that would have been expected if all cold tolerance had been lost.
Both arginine and histidine are barely detectable in unacclimated roots of alfalfa in August, but then significantly accumulate during fall and winter to become 10 to 25% of the total amino acid content (Table 3).