Definitions for "Colonization"
The process by which a nation sends settlers to a place to take control of it.
Colonization is a trilogy of books written by Harry Turtledove. It is a continuation of the situation set up in the Worldwar four-book series, projecting the situation between humanity and the Race (the bipedal lizardlike invaders and settlers from Worldwar) nearly twenty years forward into the mid-1960s.
Colonization means to settle an area and create a colony. A colony is an area inhabited and controlled by people from another country.
Method of establishing a new chapter on an approved campus.
One method of extension used by fraternities to establish new chapters on an approved campus.
the implantation and growth of microorganisms on a host.
the presence of organisms in body secretions or excretions in which strains of bacteria become resident flora but do not cause illness
The establishment of microorganisms in the intestinal tract.
Keywords:  migrating, fishway, spb, smolts, parr
The assertion of control by a nation state over a previously independent region. Also used to describe the settlement of tropical forests or other previously uninhabited areas by migrating farmers or large agricultural operations.
A salmon enhancement practice whereby salmon are given access to waters previously inaccessible to them. It is usually accomplished by means of migration assistance over an obstruction (dam or falls), utilizing a fishway or fish elevator, or trapping/trucking operation. At times, the natural process of colonization is accelerated by introduction of juvenile salmonids (eggs, fry, parr, or smolts) to the watersheds above the obstruction.
the phase of the SPBâ€(tm)s life cycle that includes mating, egg laying, and gallery construction.
Colonization is a computer game by Brian Reynolds and Sid Meier released by Microprose in 1994. It is a turn-based strategy game themed on the early European colonization of the New World, starting in 1492 and lasting until 1850. It was originally released for DOS, and later ported to Windows (1995), the Amiga (1995) and Macintosh (1995).
The period of the mushroom cultivation starting at Inoculation during which the Mycelium grows through the Substrate until it is totally permeated and overgrown.
the act of taking over and governing territory (as in a larger country taking over a smaller or weaker country), often for the purposes of exploiting the resources of the weaker power
The entry and spread of a species (or genes) into an area, habitat or population from which it was absent.
Movement of individuals or propagules of a species to a new territory.
Keywords:  ecol, process, forming
( Ecol.). The process of forming colonies.
Keywords:  formation, act
The act of colonizing, or the state of being colonized; the formation of a colony or colonies.