Definition of Remobilization

1. Noun. The return of a substance to circulation within a system, such as substances which had been locked in sediments. ¹



2. Noun. (medicine) A return to mobility. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Remobilization

1. mobilization [n -S] - See also: mobilization

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Remobilization

remixes
remixing
remixt
remixture
remixtures
remnant
remnantal
remnants
remnaunt
remobilisation
remobilisations
remobilise
remobilised
remobilises
remobilising
remobilization (current term)
remobilizations
remobilize
remobilized
remobilizes
remobilizing
remodel
remodeled
remodeler
remodelers
remodeling
remodelings
remodelled
remodeller
remodellers

Literary usage of Remobilization

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1. Simulation of Ecophysiological Processes of Growth in Several Annual Crops by F. W. T. Penning de Vries (1989)
"2.2 remobilization 2.2.7 Introduction The first source of carbohydrates for maintenance and ... The relative importance of remobilization, synonymous with ..."

2. Physiology of Stress Tolerance in Rice: Proceedings of the International by V. P. Singh, International Rice Research Institute (1996)
"Drought tolerant IR 46 culm had higher intensity of starch staining before stress and faster remobilization, during and after stress, than drought ..."

3. Drought Resistance in Crops with Emphasis on Rice by International Rice Research Institute (1982)
"Drought escape Three escape mechanisms enable crop plants to resist drought: early maturity, developmental plasticity, and remobilization to grain of stem ..."

4. Handbook of Severe Disability: A Text for Rehabilitation Counselors, Other edited by Walter C. Stolov, Michael R. Clowers (2000)
"During the remobilization and strengthening program, the patient is gradually weaned off his corset. Depending upon the severity of the acute sprain, ..."

5. Sustainability of Rice in the Global Food System by Noreen G. Dowling, Stanley Marshall Greenfield, K. S. Fischer, International Rice Research Institute (1998)
"The relative importance of remobilization, synonymous with redistribution was shown in Figure 13. Redistribution permits glucose formed before flowering and ..."

6. Hybrid Rice for Food Security, Poverty Alleviation, and Environmental Protection by Sant S. Virmani, C. X. Mao, B. Hardy, International Rice Research Institute (2003)
"rice has better remobilization of carbohydrate from straw to grain than conventional ... Under what conditions has this advantage of remobilization been ..."

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