Counselors-in-training in the dependency stage may over assimilate
information received from clients; fitting most information received into preconceived notions about the client's condition.
Larson and Whitham (1991) showed that aphid-induced galls may compete for assimilates
with plant sinks such as flowers and fruits.
There fore we can conclude that remobilization and translocation of assimilates
have main role in the Grain yield.
He argues in his opening chapter that viewing whites as a future minority not only assumes that all minorities share the same social position, it also "discounts the ability" of non-black minority groups to assimilate
into the white majority.
Surrealism or sur-realite ('superior reality') became a powerful means of revealing the unconscious, as practiced in Freudian psychoanalysis, of the colonized, who had suppressed their identification with Africa to assimilate
Non-Indian readers, he affirms, need to be familiar with Indian mythology and conventions and understand the pressures they feel to assimilate
Keenly aware of the dilemma facing Jewish artists who failed to assimilate
to dominant culture and aesthetics, Segall in effect overcompensated; where we see sometimes dramatic evolutions in the oeuvres of many of his contemporaries, we see in Segall's almost a cacophony of styles, abrupt shifts that seem to come more from his surroundings than from his own developments.
Most Americans, both those who favor and those who oppose assimilation, believe that for immigrants to assimilate
, they must abandon their original cultural attributes and conform entirely to the behaviors and customs of the majority of the native-born population.
Wilson recognizes the antithetical influences that define African Americans--the impulse to assimilate
into white culture and the impetus to extricate and maintain a distinct black culture.