Definitions for "immobilization"
conversion of an element from its inorganic form to its organic form within microbial or plant tissues, rendering it unavailable to other organisms or plants
Conversion of high-level waste into a form that will be resistant to environmental dispersion.
( Ped.). The conversion of an element from inorganic to organic combinatnion in microbial or plant tissues. This has the effect of rendering unavailable (and usually not readily soluble) an element that previously was directly available to plants. ( SSSA).
The act or process of limiting movement or making incapable of movement; as, immobilization of the injured knee was necessary; the storm caused complete immobilization of the rescue team.
fixation (as by a plaster cast) of a body part in order to promote proper healing; "immobilization of the injured knee was necessary"
Prevention of movement, presumably to allow for natural healing to take place. Side effects include disuse atrophy, deconditioning of muscles and stiffness.
A process that converts plutonium-bearing material to a stable form for disposal.
Process of isolating materials, either directly or indirectly, in a matrix of vitrified high-level nuclear waste. Often refers to a particular plutonium disposition technique.
To convert share certificated of stocks from paper form to electronic registered from by depositing them on an electronic securities depositary such as the JCSD. This is a requirement to be able to trade shares on the JSE.
placement of certificated securities and financial instruments in a central securities depository to facilitate book-entry transfers.
Process that occurs when the central depository vaults share certificates and converts them into book based positions.
Keywords:  jklm, nucleic, solid, attaching, acids
The process of attaching nucleic acids to a solid surface. JKLM
To fix in place so that no possible. Usually used in regard to orthognathic surgery.