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migration

the movement of people into (immigration) and out of (emigration) a country that serves to increase or decrease the country's POPULATION and labour force. For example, immigration was an important factor in the early colonization of Australia and New Zealand, and the USA and Canada.
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Thus, reduced S1[P.sub.4] expression levels in M1-polarized macrophages compared to M2-polarized macrophages in presence of similar expression levels of S1[P.sub.1] result in increased migrational response of M1-polarized macrophages to S1P.
(31) Sabin Dragulin, 'Fluxul migrational din perspectiva istorica.
(4) Migrational Pedagogy, branch of Social education, developed in the Russian Science after the disintegration of the Soviet State, studies the immigrant process of adaptation and their children in a linguo-socio-cultural space changing, different from that of the source.
After the Industrial Revolution, migrational flows changed.
Contrasted dynamics of northern Labrador tree lines caused by climate change and migrational lag.
More data demonstrated an involvement of the SOCS7 in the negative control of IGF-I/PLC[gamma]-1 signalling in MCF7 and MDA-MB-231 breast cancer cell lines, which consequently limit their growth and migrational functions [270].
2012: Temperature-related increases in grass growth and greater competition for food drive earlier migrational departure of wintering Whooper Swans.--Ibis 154: 542-553.
Brown, an associate professor of Psychology, Neuroscience and Behaviour, asid that music is an untapped migrational marker that can be used to help people understand the history of human populations.
(12.) Sorlescu, Mariana; Cristian, Elena, Raluca(2009), ''The Romanian Migrational Evolution Phenomenon'', Seria Stiinte Economice, Tom XVIII, ISSN:1582 -5450.
Researchers in France had attached the device to the bird before it set off on its migrational journey.
The narrator adopts the position of historian and cultural commentator, associating migrational patterns in Latin America to U.S.
From Africa via Europe to South America: Migrational route of a species-rich genus of Neotropical lowland rain forest trees (Guatteria, Annonaceae).