Translation of diurnal in Spanish:

diurnal

diurno, adj.

Pronunciation /dʌɪˈəːn(ə)l//daɪˈərnl/

adjective

  • 1

    Biology
    (flower/animal) diurno
    • Are diurnal changes of turgor and leaf growth correlated with each other?
    • Conversely, subdominant fish were diurnal and occupied large home ranges by day but were generally not observed at night.
    • Accipitrids are diurnal birds of prey with broad wings, hooked beaks, strong legs and feet and sharp talons.
    • The sample traces (a, b) are representative of the diurnal pattern of leaf extension rate for each species.
    • NRA showed important diurnal changes in leaves and roots tissues.
    • There are only marginal changes in phosphorylated intermediates in the diurnal time-frame or during tuber development.
    • They are diurnal herbivores, hiding in reef crevices during nighttime and browsing over reefs to feed during the day.
    • Finally, group living often provides diurnal rodents with better predator defenses.
    • Ammonium concentrations in roots and leaves undergo diurnal changes.
    • The male provides no direct parental care except to protect the eggs against diurnal fish predators.
  • 2

    (recurring daily)
    diario
    • The diurnal rhythm of cortisol secretion in the horse peaks at approximately 0600 h and is least at approximately 1800 h.
    • Experiments were performed always at the same time of the day, to avoid interference with diurnal rhythms.
    • They have their own diurnal cycles, pegged to alien time-frames.
    • Her diurnal ritual of hurriedly brushing her hair before the mirror expands to one of self-admiration.
    • Today FM, for example, operates to a finely calibrated diurnal rhythm, carefully tuned to the mood of its audience.
    • Moreover, while minor amino acids show marked diurnal rhythms, their contents fluctuate in a co-ordinated manner.
    • The transporters show different expression patterns in response to diurnal rhythm.
    • The APR of maize and Arabidopsis thaliana follows a diurnal rhythm with maximum activity during the light period.
    • The absence of a diurnal rhythm would be a significant difference between growth control in roots and dicot leaves.
    • Universal, reliable and even human-made light, completely independent of diurnal rhythm, has abolished the shamanist aspects of our calling.
    • What I needed for recovery was a long period of rest in a comfortable setting with a familiar diurnal schedule.
    • Too late for conventional diurnal rhythms; too early for genuine nocturnal ones.
    • This impulse to explore the diurnal is shared by cinema which similarly took everyday objects and put them on exhibit as a form of ‘art’.
    • For the most part, this diurnal ritual occurs around 6: 30 a.m.
    • This apparently inefficient system gives us the ability to deal with the natural variability of the diurnal rhythms of light and temperature.

noun

  • 1

    diurno masculine