nonselective


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nonselective

(ˌnɒnsɪˈlɛktɪv)
adj
(Education) (of a school, education system, etc) admitting all pupils regardless of ability; inclusive
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3 gallon), pre-emergent granular herbicide (1,330 pounds), nonselective herbicide and mowing (special) (16.
In experiments with a different mouse model of pancreatic cancer, the CUMC team demonstrated that treating mice with chemotherapy and nonselective beta-blockers, which are used to treat a variety of conditions, lived significantly longer than mice treated with chemotherapy alone.
or the nonselective NSAIDs ibuprofen at 600-800 mg three times a day or naproxen at 375-500 mg twice daily.
Nonselective fluoroscopic angiography was performed 3 weeks later because of persistent episodes of foot clenching and weakness.
The study also questioned the notion that naproxen is the safest of the nonselective NSAIDs, demonstrating similar CVD events compared with ibuprofen.
They use a standard index of market concentration, the Herfindahl Index, to identify geographic regions where nonselective schools face comparatively less competition.
Colleges utilizing nonselective admissions still have standards, yet they usually operate on a more open admission basis, or rolling admission, where they will accept college applications until their class size is full.
These could include forcing them to take a proportion of lower-income pupils, requiring them to set up a new nonselective free school or sponsor an underperforming academy.
4 log colony forming units (CFU) per gram on selective and nonselective media, respectively.
Educational Outcomes data analysis from SSAT has shown that the school is in the top 10 per cent of nonselective schools nationally for high average grades achieved by students and the top 20 per cent nationally for progress made by pupils between their Key Stage 2 results and primary school and their Key Stage 4 results.
Nonselective post-emergence herbicides kill all plants, both desirable and undesirable.