Noun(1) apparatus consisting of a box designed to maintain a constant temperature by the use of a thermostat; used for chicks or premature infants
(1) In the manual procedure, a chemical solution is mixed with the sample, which is then heated for two to four hours in an incubator or ‘oven’.(2) an incubator project(3) Both cell lines were cultured in a humidified incubator containing 5% CO 2 at 37°C.(4) I'd nearly given up on trying to hatch duck eggs in an incubator - the hatch rote was typically small, and the incubator developed a putrid odor midway through the incubation in spite of following the directions.(5) The new mum said that the doctors were shocked to hear how baby Samuel had been born and quickly ran checks and put him in an incubator for premature babies.(6) These babies are placed in an incubator or warmer right after birth to help them maintain a normal body temperature.(7) Other scenes describe the beauty of wordless communication with an infant, while another narrative traces the pain and anxiety of parents watching their premature baby fight for survival in a hospital incubator .(8) RacoonCam allows surfers to watch the antics of two racoons at a Cumbrian rescue centre, OstrichCam gives a unique view of an ostrich egg incubator as the eggs hatch out.(9) Whenever possible, procedures performed on a baby in an incubator should be performed through the ports (diaper change, vital signs, phlebotomy, etc.).(10) To help the incubator control the egg environment, keep it in a room free from drafts, where the room temperature remains constant.(11) Plants were grown in soilpots in an incubator under 16-hr light and 8-hr dark conditions.(12) The Crane Working Group sends in a member to seize one of the eggs, to be kept in an incubator and hatched in captivity for release at a later stage.(13) He had to balance conditions inside the incubator to make sure the fungus would not grow and the eggs would not dry up.(14) The heavy equipment that was in the culture room now - the cell incubator , the centrifuge, the microscope - had all been installed when the room was constructed.(15) Caroline was seriously ill after she gave birth by emergency caesarean section, and it was two days before she saw her tiny daughter who was on oxygen in an incubator in the special care bay unit.(16) With a thermostat, a light-bulb, and a padded cardboard box, I constructed an incubator for the cell cultures in my biology experiments.
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