Example sentences for: adaptations

How can you use “adaptations” in a sentence? Here are some example sentences to help you improve your vocabulary:

  • In-depth, longitudinal reports of what has happened over time and why can set a context for interpreting a finding of implementation variability: that is, whether there seem to be basic structural problems or if the program understandably requires time for installment, adaptations, and building an infrastructure.

  • This is often the case for closely related bacteria with different lifestyles, such as E. coli and Vibrio cholerae, which share less than half of their genes because their different environments require different adaptations and different systems.

  • The entrenched advantages of advanced nations--their infrastructure and technical know-how, the vastly larger size of their markets and their proximity to suppliers of key components, their political stability and the subtle-but-crucial social adaptations that are necessary to operate an efficient economy--seemed to outweigh even a tenfold or twentyfold disparity in wage rates.

  • Other factors that might lead to less impressive MHC shifts in rodent models of emphysema than in humans include the much shorter time course over which the adaptations have a chance to occur, the greater compliance of the rodent thorax to pulmonary hyperexpansion, and differences in the diaphragmatic load created in the human disease in comparison with the animal models that have yet to be fully worked out.

  • It may be possible to imagine alternatives (or significant adaptations, if we wish them) only after we have found the right label for the subject.


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