unacclimatized

unacclimatized

(ˌʌnəˈklaɪməˌtaɪzd) or

unacclimatised

adj
not acclimatized, accustomed, or adapted to
References in periodicals archive ?
Studies of mortality responses in unacclimatized populations would be particularly useful in characterizing heat impacts at very high temperatures.
In this way, American (UNM) and Chinese (PKU) students were acclimatized to flexible structures (according to Hofstede scores), and Spanish (UOC) and Mexican (UPAEP) students were unacclimatized to open-minded training.
AMS is a common HA illness occurring after 6-12 h of hypoxia exposure in unacclimatized lowlanders (Bartsch and Swenson et al.
1) During this period of time, unacclimatized individuals exercising in a hot environment frequently fail to consume adequate fluids.
In the present study, unacclimatized adult albino male rats were exposed to repeated heat stress of moderate level and observed for biochemical (SGPT, SGOT, and ALKP), morphological, and morphometric changes.
In the present study, unacclimatized adult albino male rats (wistar strain) were exposed to repeated heat stress of moderate level and observed for changes in activity level during and after heat exposure and in attitude/mood along with behaviour (spontaneous and provoked) after heat exposure.
But if international operations should be assisted by a back-up team of unacclimatized lowlanders, the time necessary to organize such operations should be used to pre-acclimatize the team members.
Incidence of high altitude illnesses among unacclimatized persons who acutely ascended to Tibet.
This, he said, would be necessary to guard against the potential hazards of unacclimatized foreign wheat as seed.
Table 4 lists the allowable work demand for light and moderate work for both acclimatized and unacclimatized workers as a function of WBGT.
Unacclimatized for a starting altitude of 8,500 feet at Oukaimeden, Morocco's only ski resort, but with the ski lift nonfunctioning, we climbed another 1,100 feet to the pass called Tizi n'Edal, near the highest peak in the Atlas: the Toubkal Mountain region.
For example, an unfit, unacclimatized person may contain 1,600 mg of sodium per pound of sweat; a fit but unacclimatized subject may have 1,200 mg of sodium per pound of sweat; and a fit and acclimatized person, only 800 mg of sodium per pound of sweat.