発達, 発育, 発展, 全備, 万全, 万善
Noun(1) coming to full development; becoming mature(2) (biology(3) (medicine
(1) My own growth and maturation paralleled major developments in our nation's reach for space.(2) The relatively large divergence between these results could, on the one hand, be due to differences either in the growth conditions or in the fruit maturation state.(3) The process is essentially the same as the white wine process: gathering the grapes, fermentation, maturation and bottling.(4) Normally, the cells in a tissue have a balanced cycle of cell division, cell maturation , and cell death.(5) At fruit maturation , all flowering shoots on the marked plants were collected and brought to the laboratory.(6) This suggests that the rate of sperm production or sperm maturation may be limited in some species.(7) And the large proportion of Grenache and Zinfandel grapes need slower maturation , thus reaching higher sugar levels that turn on fermentation into alcohol.(8) Subsequent events, such as fruit maturation and fruit dispersal, were noted and recorded once a week.(9) At the time of fruit maturation , the numbers of intact and damaged seeds were counted.(10) Sinking roots is not an automatic childhood event, but is a result, at least in part, of the process of maturation .(11) Fierce competition often provokes a rush to judgement, a sense of perpetual crisis and a frantic chase for stories, sacrificing the process of reflective maturation .(12) For example, developmental changes in lung maturation and growth might not be linearly related to body size even if airway function is.(13) Student involvement in collegiate organizations provides numerous opportunities for growth, development and maturation .(14) These observations suggest that there may be links between sexual maturation and the emergence of preferences for specific body shapes.(15) These include the type of starch and fibre, particle size, fat, maturation of the fruit or vegetable (sugar type) and cooking method/time.(16) They've done such a good job of excluding air from their winemaking process that they now have to make sure that a certain amount of oxygen gets into the wines in order to get good maturation .
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