nonmature

nonmature

(ˌnɒnməˈtjʊə)
adj
not mature; immature
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V/Ni ratio as a parameter in palaeoenvironmental characterisation of nonmature medium-crude oils from several Latin American basins".
The effects of interactional fairness on satisfaction and behavioral intentions: Mature versus nonmature customers.
The geotectonic development of intracratonic rifts includes several stages of attenuation and subsequent re activation of tectonic activity, rendering mature and nonmature sediments, respectively.
Stage-4 oocytes would also be spawned in the current year but overlapped significantly in size with nonmature stage-3 oocytes, and early stage-4 oocytes did not always have enough yolk (0-50%) to differentiate them from stage-3 oocytes with the gravimetric method.
They reported that blood significantly increased the value of nonmature ([less than or equal to]55 mg/g) results and significantly decreased the value of mature (>55 mg/g) results at all but the 1:1280 dilution (13).
106) With regard to nonmature minors and individuals who have been legally incompetent their entire lives, it is impossible to ascertain their "likely treatment/nontreatment preferences" by examining their "philosophical, religious and moral views, life goals, values about the purpose of life and the way it should be lived, and attitudes toward sickness, medical procedures, suffering and death.
But more buyers can be brought in if NACDS increases supplier representation from such nonmature market segments as convenience food, he explains.