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sensu stric·to

 (strĭk′tō)
adv.
In a narrow sense; with a narrow interpretation.

[Latin sēnsū strictō : sēnsū, ablative of sēnsus, sense; see sense + strictō, ablative of strictus, tight, strict; see strict.]
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However, sensu stricto, this practice is hardly related to either of these notions.
Lyme disease is the most common vectorborne disease in the United States, caused by the spirochete Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto and the recently discovered Borrelia mayonii (3), but risk for infection is not uniform.
Differences in Genotype, Clinical Features, and Inflammatory Potential of Borrelia burgdorferi sensu stricto Strains from Europe and and the United States
As terminologias adotadas estao de acordo com o IBGE (2012) para Floresta Estacional Decidual (FED) e Semidecidual (FES), porem, por convencao regionalista, foram consideradas as terminologias para o bioma Cerrado de Ribeiro e Walter (2008), em que a Savana recebeu a denominacao regional "cerrado", das quais derivam o cerrado sensu lato, que inclui Savana Florestada (cerradao), e o cerrado sensu stricto com a Savana Arborea Aberta.
ferrugineus sensu stricto, and matches the ubiquitous fixed haplotype that has previously been identified in all sampled red palm weevil populations collected from around the Mediterranean Basin, except those collected in Syria (Rugman-Jones et al.
In the phytophysiognomies representing the area ('Cerradao' and sensu stricto 'Cerrado'), three agricultural properties were selected for sampling in order to obtain different conditions of land use in the same type of soil, despite the different vegetation.
burgdorferi sensu stricto while in Asia LB is commonly caused by B.
burgdorferi sensu stricto in the USA and Europe; and B.
Thus, the aim of this study was to evaluate the soil biological properties of the undisturbed and disturbed Cerrado sensu stricto from PNSC, Northeast Brazil.
Estos hospitales temporales y moviles permitian la novedad de un mayor peso de las practicas medico-asistenciales hospitalarias, que no es otra cosa que una naciente medicalizacion (8) de los mismos pues, <<desde mediados del siglo XV--como lo ha observado Mercedes Gallent--,[hay] una verdadera "medicalizacion" de los centros hospitalarios>> (9), medidas todas estas que han de coincidir, de acuerdo con estos hallazgos, con el inicio del <<proceso de separacion de los hospitales sensu stricto y de los asilos para pobres>> (1).
Population subdivision of Fusarium graminearum sensu stricto in the upper Midwestern United States.