nongrowing

nongrowing

(ˌnɒnˈɡrəʊɪŋ)
adj
(Botany) botany relating to times or seasons in which plants cease growing or are not planted
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2015), which corresponded to the growing and nongrowing seasons for agricultural crops (Mankin and Warner, 1999b).
Such a society is necessarily defined by the fundamental contradiction inherent in the relationship between the exponential growth of the economic subsystem and the nongrowing nature of the natural system (Daly, 1996; Ekins, 2000).
Although assessment of malocclusion in nongrowing population is more reliable, this range was chosen because it represents the majority of schoolchildren with developing malocclusion who require orthodontic treatment.
0] was attributed to the change in actual vapor pressure during the nongrowing season.
2 Leonardi R, Annunziata A, Licciardello V, Barbato E, Soft tissue changes following the extraction of premolars in nongrowing patients with bimaxillary protrusion.
One of Ayache's main priorities as I president is to expand the volume of Lebanon's advertising market, which he estimates is currently worth between $160 million and $170 million, and "continue pushing growth in a nongrowing market.
All volume in the 1-foot stump, the tree stem above the 4-inch top to the growing tip of the tree, and in all limbs 4 inches and larger and at least 5 feet long are considered nongrowing stock according to FIA protocol.
In grasslands, diets may include large proportions of native grasses during growing and nongrowing seasons (Walter, 2006).
Normally, inactive primordial follicles undergo arrest at prophase I and contain nongrowing oocytes and squamous pregranulosa cells supported by a basal lamina.
contaminated samples, nongrowing cultures, missing DST results).
Long-term skeletal stability after maxillary advancement with distraction osteogenesis in nongrowing patients.