This change suggests the emergence , in salt-treated plants, of a new linkage between stem height and size of the last-expanded leaves.
The second factor behind the creation of a new concept of school was the emergence of the nation-state.
Military education and its associated teaching awaited the emergence of states and their standing armies.
Over the past few seasons, the seeds of the Big 12's emergence have been planted.
the emergence of the environmental movement
Under aerobic conditions, the radicle emerged first from the seeds, but root and shoot emergence occurred nearly simultaneously.
Japan's emergence as a modern state
But his followers found solace in the rapid emergence of a cult.
He also said people need to study issues related to the disorientation of society stemming from the emergence of the information age.
Already, we are witnessing the emergence of this shift in Afghanistan and Iraq.