Recent Examples of incubation from the Web
VCJD cannot be confirmed except at autopsy and has a long incubation period, sometimes spanning several years.
The female will lay up to six eggs, and during incubation, the male bird will bring food to the female.
There are probably a dozen similar potential platforms that are at various stages of incubation within the group.
Burley’s City Council debated the chicken issue in 2013 but in the end sided with a giant poultry incubation corporation.
The new incubation model going forward will require less space.
More than half the businesses in our incubation program and kitchen are owned by people of color.
Health Minister Oly Ilunga Kalenga said Friday no new cases of the deadly virus have been confirmed in the Likati zone for more than 21 days, the maximum incubation period.
The typical incubation period for norovirus is 12-48 hours.
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First Known Use of incubation
INCUBATION Defined for Kids
Definition of incubation for Students
1 : the act or process of incubating incubation of eggs
2 : the period of time between infection with germs and the appearance of symptoms of illness or disease
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