From Ancient Greek ἡμέρα (hēméra, “day”).
hemeral (comparative more hemeral, superlative most hemeral)
- Daily; circadian; cyclical, with a period of 24 hours
- 2003, Robinson, Frank Edwin; Fasenko, Gaylene Marie; Robert Allen Renema New Developments in Reproduction and Incubation of Broiler Chickens, page 116
- Photostimulation at 22 weeks of age was done with either a normal, hemeral day (14 hours of light; 10 hours of darkness) or a long ahemeral day (14 hours of light; 14 hours of darkness).