environmental condition

NOUN
  1. the state of the environment
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How To Use environmental condition In A Sentence

  • At first article studies the environmental condition of tourist industry and the correspondent tourist environmental problems.
  • Conclusion HSP70 is a potential index that can reflect the individual and environmental conditions of workers exposed to dimethoate comprehensively.
  • That is, the fungal spores find a home in the garden by locating environmental conditions favorable to their reproduction and infestation.
  • It is unarguable that environmental conditions that existed in the past did exist, and that they did result in the world as it is, but this, frankly, is useless information when deciding what had to happen.
  • In their place is the belief that human problems arise from the interaction of individual experience with unfavourable social and environmental conditions.
  • Undifferentiated comparisons which ignore parental occupations and educational backgrounds and environmental conditions like housing are also of very limited value.
  • Broad environmental conditions, particularly average temperatures, differ less among populations in equatorial regions than at higher latitudes.
  • Pupae were transferred to adult cohort cages maintained under optimal environmental conditions.
  • Scoring the log One easy way is to calculate the percentage of possible occasions when a particular activity or environmental condition applies.
  • ‘Unlike phytochemical profiles and morphological features, DNA sequence normally remains unaltered during the development of the plant and under various environmental conditions,’ he says.
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