Similar words: naturalization, acculturation, duration, inauguration, configuration, congratulation, congratulations, transfiguration. Meaning: [‚mætɪʊ'reɪʃn] n. 1. coming to full development; becoming mature 2. (biology) the process of an individual organism growing organically; a purely biological unfolding of events involved in an organism changing gradually from a simple to a more complex level 3. (medicine) the formation of morbific matter in an abscess or a vesicle and the discharge of pus.
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1. The period of maturation is determined by the cellar master.
2. These constraints change as maturation proceeds.
3. It is a maturation of forces already in progress.
4. Maturation: fine red wines may be matured in oak barrels for one to two years.
5. Gas is derived primarily from the thermal maturation of organic master, principally plant remains, in a variety of sediments.
6. The method is based on the maturation cycle of gut associated lymphoid tissue derived lymphocytes.
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7. The uplift of a sedimentary pile undergoing maturation is likely to have the effect of leading to a cessation of hydrocarbon generation.
8. Physical maturation is a critical factor in the attainment of continence although emotional factors are of importance particularly in secondary enuresis.
9. There are critical windows of time during which maturation must be achieved; failure of maturation is to some extent irrecoverable.
10. The sequential maturation of the intellectual and social aspects fosters a sense of assurance in the child and acceptance by others.
11. Growth and maturation of vascular plants are often controlled by light, usually in conjunction with temperature.
12. Maturation studies, based on geochemical analysis, demonstrate that gas-generative maturity is largely dependent on Jurassic burial.
13. Further, these prescribed medications prevent emotional maturation through inhibiting the capacity to feel emotions and deal with them appropriately.
14. Its synthesis in the cell coincides with the maturation of the erythrocyte.
15. Maturation plays a large role in emotional development.
16. It is clarified and bottled before undergoing final maturation.
17. Only the secondary oocyte is destined for further maturation.
18. The formation, development, and maturation of an ovum.
19. Nocturnal enuresis alone, particularly if primary(sentencedict.com), is both a disorder of maturation and a genetic trait.
20. The nature of the stimulus for arrested development and for the subsequent maturation of the larvae is still a matter of debate.
21. These enable us to make statements about the relative influence of parents and peers and the effect of social and linguistic maturation.
22. The child is viewed neither as a product of maturation nor as a machine completely controlled by external agents.
23. Current formulations place great emphasis on the role of maturation and psychological vulnerability in initiating the development of symptoms.
24. Four factors and their interaction are necessary for development: maturation, active experience, social interaction, and equilibration.
25. Most of us were born in captivity where domestication and maturation work hand in hand.
26. I would be more delighted by all of this were I not wary about the motives for this sudden maturation.
27. The legal market is being driven by economic rationalisation, demographic saturation, marketplace maturation, consumer-driven deregulation and globalisation.
28. Cold inhibits or prevents plant growth and slows down chemical processes in soils, prolonging the period of maturation.
29. The excess males must wait until large enough units have been generated through the maturation of female offspring.
30. The immediate task was to identify the gene or genes involved in oocyte maturation.
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