Noun(1) maintaining something at the most favorable temperature for its development(2) (pathology(3) sitting on eggs so as to hatch them by the warmth of the body
(1) It is infectious but the transmission of infection and the period of incubation of the disease are unusual.(2) Births occur almost a month after incubation , in tune with the next lunar cycle.(3) Thus, the benefits to offspring of male incubation may be reduced in various species.(4) At the conclusion of incubation , the cells and media were removed and centrifuged.(5) This may be due to active consumption of glyoxylate during incubation of the samples.(6) Embryos in the eggs do not begin to develop until their mother warms them through incubation .(7) Cultures were considered negative for Brucella only after four weeks of incubation .(8) Lepromatous disease has a mean clinical incubation time of 10 years.(9) Such events would occur during their incubation in the mammalian lysate.(10) After a second overnight incubation and washing, the detection antibody is added.(11) Sensitivity of culture isolation increased with higher initial inocula and shorter incubation .(12) Condors typically lay only one egg per season, with the male assisting in incubation .(13) After incubation , the number of elongated motile promastigotes were counted.(14) Business incubation as a concept is developing around the world.(15) The inoculum size and incubation conditions were the same as mentioned earlier.(16) Pairs form during winter and spring, and dissolve after the female begins incubation .
(1) incubation period :: cyfnod deori
1. brooding ::
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