Translation of incubation in Spanish:

incubation

incubación, n.

Pronunciation: /ˌɪŋkjəˈbeɪʃ(ə)n//ɪŋkjʊˈbeɪʃ(ə)n/

noun

  • 1

    (of egg, embryo, bacteria)
    incubación feminine
    • Pairs form during winter and spring, and dissolve after the female begins incubation.
    • Embryos in the eggs do not begin to develop until their mother warms them through incubation.
    • At the conclusion of incubation, the cells and media were removed and centrifuged.
    • After incubation, the number of elongated motile promastigotes were counted.
    • Condors typically lay only one egg per season, with the male assisting in incubation.
    • There are several reversions to male incubation from a shared incubation ancestor.
    • After a second overnight incubation and washing, the detection antibody is added.
    • All washes were at room temperature and repeated following each incubation.
    • Business incubation as a concept is developing around the world.
    • Sensitivity of culture isolation increased with higher initial inocula and shorter incubation.
    • It is infectious but the transmission of infection and the period of incubation of the disease are unusual.
    • Births occur almost a month after incubation, in tune with the next lunar cycle.
    • Moreover, contents of lactate in stem tissues increased at an early stage of anaerobic incubation.
    • This may be due to active consumption of glyoxylate during incubation of the samples.
    • Such events would occur during their incubation in the mammalian lysate.
    • Thus, the benefits to offspring of male incubation may be reduced in various species.
    • Cultures were considered negative for Brucella only after four weeks of incubation.
    • The inoculum size and incubation conditions were the same as mentioned earlier.
    • Viable molds and bacteria were determined by incubation on two different media.
    • Lepromatous disease has a mean clinical incubation time of 10 years.
  • 2

    (of disease)
    incubación feminine