What is specialisation?

  • (noun): (biology) the structural adaptation of some body part for a particular function.
    Synonyms: specialization, differentiation
    See also — Additional definitions below

Some articles on specialisation:

Sanctioned Specialisation
... Sanctioned specialisation is a mechanism for extending the content of a controlled terminology system by combining existing components of the system ... by pneumococcus) Inflammation which has_location Lung is_caused_by Pneumococcus Sanctioned specialisation is used in description logic systems such as SNOMED ...
Australian Navy Cadets - Activities and Training - Specialisations
... the Initial General Training Course (GT), they have the opportunity to go and do a specialisation course ... Having a specialisation is not necessary to get promoted to Leading Seamen but having done at least one Annual Continuous Training (ACT) is ... Cadets are allowed to have more than one specialisation or category but each cadet will have a primary specialisation ...
The Encyclopædia Of Ball Juggling - Content - Specialisation
... However, there is only scant reference to contact juggling, where items are manipulated without being thrown, and floor juggling ... Furthermore, although discussed infrequently throughout the book, there is little extrapolation of the patterns mentioned for balls (or similar items which can be thrown without spin/orientation being a concern) to clubs, rings or other objects ...

More definitions of "specialisation":

  • (noun): The act of specializing; making something suitable for a special purpose.
    Synonyms: specialization