nonfreezing

nonfreezing

(ˌnɒnˈfriːzɪŋ)
adj
incapable of freezing
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49million to servicemen for nonfreezing cold injuries under the Armed Forces Compensation Scheme - a 20 per cent rise on the previous year.
For many temperate plant species, maximum freezing tolerance is enhanced via acclimation to low but nonfreezing temperatures.
Temperature alone is not enough to develop overall criteria for the edges of the nonfreezing rain transition region and low moisture content drives the warmer edge to higher temperatures.
1 Pernio develops in susceptible individuals who are exposed to nonfreezing cold.
Graham D, Patterson BD (1982) Responses of plants to low, nonfreezing temperatures: proteins, metabolism, and acclimation.
Tadpoles have specific requirements in aquatic habitats during winter, such as nonfreezing water.
Operating temperatures are from -20 [degrees] C to [degrees] C in nonfreezing media.
The findings have been replicated in a study using adults with Parkinson's disease with freezing and nonfreezing gait patterns.
Specialist Dr Howard Oakely diagnosed a "gross" case of nonfreezing cold injury - trench foot - and wrote in his medical report: "I am very concerned that he appears to have been deterred from seeking medical attention and has suffered from pain for over a year.
Winterhardiness is a complex trait (Guy, 1990) and requires the development of cold acclimation by exposing plants to low nonfreezing temperatures, typically 0 to 10[degrees]C, and shortened photoperiod (Thomashow, 1999).
In vitro investigations of the effects of nonfreezing low temperatures on lesioned and uninjured mammalian spinal neurons.