Verb(1) get used to a certain climate
(1) Furthermore, nitrogen limitation has been shown to affect adversely the ability of non-leguminous plants to acclimate to periods of environmental stress.(2) trees may acclimate to high CO 2 levels by reducing the number of stomata(3) P max can acclimate to several factors, which are, in approximate order of importance, light, nitrogen nutrition, ambient carbon dioxide concentration and temperature.(4) Plants have evolved various protective mechanisms that allow them to acclimate to unfavourable environments for continued survival and growth.(5) The capacity of an animal to acclimate to changes in environmental factors such as temperature may have potentially significant fitness consequences.(6) As with the photosynthetic apparatus, stomata can acclimate to long-term variation in CO2 supply.(7) After you take a proper dosage for a certain length of time, your body will acclimate to it and you won't seem to get as hot, nor will you feel as revved up.(8) These factors allow the organism to propagate and acclimate to the host's internal environment.(9) Nevertheless, we hypothesize that that these mice do not physiologically acclimate to chronic heat exposure and instead, respond to heat stress behaviorally or by selecting favorable microclimates.(10) helping freshmen to acclimate to college life(11) But your body seeks homeostasis, and when you continue to do the same thing for an extended period, your body will eventually acclimate to it.(12) Other studies also showed that photosynthesis of Arctic macrophytes has the potential to acclimate to UVBR.(13) No information on the phenological plasticity of other benthic freshwater algae or on their capacity to acclimate to the naturally changing light environment is available.(14) Arabidopsis plants which lack functional photoreceptors are able to acclimate to a changed light intensity.(15) If the individual is unable to acclimate to the LPF, or move away from it, then symptoms of stress and eventually death will occur.(16) Ryley didn't think too much of it, attributing the changes to the fact that he was becoming acclimated to his new surroundings.
1. acclimatise ::
2. acclimatize ::
Different Formsacclimate, acclimated, acclimates, acclimating
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