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*  Altitude training
Levine, BD; Stray-Gunderson, J (2001). "The effects of altitude training are mediated primarily by acclimatization rather than ... Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ...
*  Acclimatization
... occurs in a short period of time (hours to weeks), and within the organism's lifetime (compared to adaptation, ... Acclimatisation (also called acclimation or acclimatation) is the process in which an individual organism adjusts to a change ... Acclimatization to high altitude continues for months or even years after initial ascent, and ultimately enables humans to ... Note: acclimation and acclimatization are two very different terms that are not interchangeable. Acclimation is used under ...
*  American Acclimatization Society
The American Acclimatization Society was a group founded in New York City in 1871 dedicated to introducing European flora and ... "Acclimatization and Domestication of Useful Animals") had urged the French government to introduce, and when necessary ... January 2001 The History of Soy Pioneers Around the World American Acclimatization Society, New York Times, November 15, 1877 ... Marzluff writes that the motives of the 19th century acclimatization enthusiasts were largely cultural: "Western European ...
*  Acclimatisation society
At the time of acclimatisation societies, however, this was insufficiently understood. A definition of acclimatisation was ... Introduced species Invasive species Assisted migration Acclimatisation societies in New Zealand American Acclimatization ... The British acclimatisation society originated from an idea proposed by the management of The Field journal. A meeting was held ... The Acclimatisation Society of Victoria was established in 1861. Speaking at the Society, George Bennett pointed out how it was ...
*  Acclimatisation (neurones)
A synapse that has undergone acclimatisation is said to be fatigued. Acclimatisation is said to be responsible for 'getting ... Acclimatisation is the process by which the nervous system fails to respond to a stimulus, as a result of the repeated ... Acclimatisation is believed to occur when the synaptic knob of the presynaptic neurone runs out of vesicles containing ...
*  Queensland Acclimatisation Society
The Queensland Acclimatisation Society (QAS) was an acclimatisation society based in Brisbane, Queensland, Australia which ... However, the pecan nut trees at Lawnton are the only pre-World War II Acclimatisation Society plantings, known to be extant, ... It is difficult to establish a direct link between the Acclimatisation society's work on pecan nuts and the present commercial ... From its inception in 1862 at the instigation of the Governor of Queensland, Sir George Bowen, the Queensland Acclimatisation ...
*  Acclimatisation Society gardens, Lawnton
Acclimatisation societies were established in all of the Australian colonies in the mid to late 19th century. These societies ... Remnants of former acclimatisation society gardens at Lawnton were listed on the Queensland Heritage Register on 8 May 2009 ... Acclimatisation Society gardens is a heritage-listed botanic garden at Bray Road, Lawnton, Moreton Bay Region, Queensland, ... Acclimatisation in the nineteenth century was scientifically understood to mean the process by which animals and plants ...
*  Acclimatisation societies in New Zealand
Conservation in New Zealand Hunting in New Zealand History of New Zealand Acclimatisation society "Early acclimatisation ... Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand - Acclimatisation of Animals Te Ara - Early acclimatisation societies. ... Acclimatisation societies were established in New Zealand by European colonists from the 1860s, with the first likely having ... The Canterbury acclimatisation society was known for some more unusual introductions including the African Lion. Not only did ...
*  Altitude
Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide". U.S. Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ... However, above 8,000 metres (26,000 ft), (in the "death zone"), altitude acclimatization becomes impossible. There is a ... Athletes also can take advantage of altitude acclimatization to increase their performance. The same changes that help the body ...
*  Gorakshep
... acclimatization and physical conditioning of each individual. At this altitude, few people feel comfortable and many start to ... "Altitude Acclimatization Guide.". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine Thermal and Mountain Medicine Division ...
*  Aconcagua
Altitude sickness will affect most climbers to some extent, depending on the degree of acclimatization. Even if the normal ... Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ...
*  Effects of high altitude on humans
Any positive acclimatization effects may be negated by a de-training effect as the athletes are usually not able to exercise ... The human body can adapt to high altitude through both immediate and long-term acclimatization. At high altitude, in the short ... Athletes can also take advantage of altitude acclimatization to increase their performance. The same changes that help the body ... Levine, BD; Stray-Gundersen, J (July 1997). ""Living high-training low": effect of moderate-altitude acclimatization with low- ...
*  Acetazolamide
... is not an immediate cure for acute mountain sickness; rather, it speeds up part of the acclimatization process ... Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ...
*  Wilderness medical emergency
Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide.". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ...
*  Mountaineering
Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ... because of the speed of the ascent relative to an expedition-style climb there is less time for acclimatization supplemental ... almost always with a carefully planned program of acclimatisation. Solar radiation increases significantly as the atmosphere ...
*  Dingboche
Parties will typically spend two nights in Dingboche for acclimatization purposes. The village relies heavily on tourists with ... Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide.". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ...
*  Altitude sickness
For high-altitude climbers, a typical acclimatization regimen might be to stay a few days at a base camp, climb up to a higher ... Altitude acclimatization is necessary for some people who move rapidly from lower altitudes to intermediate altitudes (e.g., by ... Pre-acclimatization is when the body develops tolerance to low oxygen concentrations before ascending to an altitude. It ... Altitude acclimatization is the process of adjusting to decreasing oxygen levels at higher elevations, in order to avoid ...
*  Lukla
From Lukla, travellers will take two days to reach the village Namche Bazaar, an altitude acclimatization stop for those ... Muza, SR; Fulco, CS; Cymerman, A (2004). "Altitude Acclimatization Guide". US Army Research Inst. of Environmental Medicine ...
*  Mount Everest
Although it did not run its course, it did give some clues into the effects of high-altitude acclimatisation on human blood. ... Climbers then hike to Base Camp, which usually takes six to eight days, allowing for proper altitude acclimatisation in order ... A sea-level dweller exposed to the atmospheric conditions at the altitude above 8,500 m (27,900 ft) without acclimatisation ... Achieving even this level of performance requires prolonged altitude acclimatisation, which takes 40-60 days for a typical ...
*  Institutes of Agriculture of Bydgoszcz
Plant Breeding and Acclimatization; Zootechnics; Land development; Animal physiology and Nutrition Sciences; Potato research; ... Seat of the Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization, (Polish: Instytut Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roślin, IHAR), at ... Bydgoszcz branch of the Institute of Plant Breeding and Acclimatization (Polish: Instytut Hodowli i Aklimatyzacji Roślin (IHAR ...
*  Ladakh Marathon
Acclimatization is the foremost issue at this height. Altitude sickness can occur at this height due to lack of oxygen. The ... "Ladakh Marathon - Acclimatization Issues". Ladakh Marathon. Retrieved 22 September 2015. "Ladakh Marathon - Results 2012". ...
*  Indian Army Everest Expedition 2007
Week-long acclimatization starts. 17 April 2007. The advanced base camp( ABC) at 21,000 feet, established. Next stage of ... acclimatization starts . Preparation start for setting up camp 1. 21-28 April 2007. Establish Camp 1, 23,000 feet. 28 April ...
*  Lake Whangape
"Acclimatisation Society". New Zealand Herald. 1878-11-05. p. 3. Retrieved 2017-10-22. "Acclimatisation Society". Auckland Star ... "Acclimatisation Society. Annual Meeting". Daily Southern Cross. 1870-03-10. p. 4. Retrieved 2017-10-22. "Acclimatisation ... "Acclimatisation Society". New Zealand Herald. 1872. p. 3. Retrieved 2017-10-22. Tony M. Dugdale, Paul D. Champion, Sarah M. ... "ACCLIMATISATION. (New Zealand Herald, 1889-04-25)". paperspast.natlib.govt.nz National Library of New Zealand. Retrieved 2017- ...
*  Larry F. Grand
Effects on acclimatization and growth. HortScience. 36(2):357-359. Starrett, M.C., F.A. Blazick, S.R. Shafer and L.F. Grand. ...
*  Cold and heat adaptations in humans
There has been a great deal of research done on developmental adjustment, acclimatization, and cultural practices, but less ... Kaciuba-Uscilko, Hannah; Greenleaf, John (April 1, 1989). "Acclimatization to cold in humans" (PDF). https://ntrs.nasa.gov/. ...