EMERGENCE


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Legal, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
AcronymDefinition
EMERGENCEEstimation and Mapping of Employment Relocation in a Global Economy in the New Communications Environment (UK)
References in periodicals archive ?
These benefits help provide better emergence and seedling vigor, since slow or uneven emergence in the field only makes later management decisions more complicated.
Once planting was done, each pot was observed every day until day of emergence of the gladiolus plants, which was considered when buds were visible above the soil surface.
The germination percentage varied from 56% to 100%, while the field emergence percentage ranged between 0% and 84%.
Critique: The Emergence of One American Nation: The Revolution, the Founders, and the Constitution makes American history come alive.
A single spray of Confidor or Ematac at the time of first adult emergence (when 570 DD were accumulated) was very effective and reduced the adult population by more than 85%.
An important event in the life history of sea turtles is the emergence from the nest.
The ideal sowing depth varies according to the species and should promote uniform seed germination, speed seedling emergence and high quality on seedling production (BRASIL, 2009).
Children were scored by scoring system for emergence agitation (SSEA) Children's and Infants' Postoperative Pain Scale (CHIPPS) score.
Our study was prompted by observations that the emergence time of C.
2008) studied the effect of learning simpler intraverbals on the emergence of the targeted intraverbals B-A, C-B, A-C, and C-A.
In previous work, the author described several examples combining reduction and emergence: where reduction is understood according to Ernest Nagel, and emergence is understood as behavior or properties that are novel (by some salient standard).