nonserial

nonserial

(ˌnɒnˈsɪərɪəl)
adj
formal not serial
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Animals were cut on a fully motorized rotary microtome (RM2155; Leica, Germany), either in nonserial (5-10 [micro]m thick) or serial sections (30 [micro]m thick), in a cross or sagittal planes in view of the use.
a) The first one is fixation in 10% formalin, followed by histological processing using five nonserial sections per animal for Picrosirius staining for visualization of collagen fibers [25].
2014) found that topics of argument in romantic relationships did not differ based on whether the argument was serial or nonserial.
She reviews, organizes, recommends, provides support, and troubleshoots electronic resources and nonserial materials for the University Libraries.
Dynamic programming approach to scheduling of nonserial linear project, Journal of Computing in Civil Engineering ASCE 10(2): 106-114.
Less commonly examined threads that also crisscross through this appraisal of Weinzweig's career are the nonserial influences on his style, the importance of his Jewish heritage in his activities and music, and his belief that artistic endeavors are and should be a kind of political or social action.
For the quantitative analysis of miRNAs in maternal plasma, we collected nonserial blood samples from 10 women in the first trimester of pregnancy (12-13 weeks) and from 10 women in the third trimester (38-39 weeks) before delivery and 1 day after pregnancy termination.
Endogeneity in this context refers to the geography and not the firm or entrepreneur; therefore, nonserial entrepreneurs or New Hampshire residents have not contributed directly to the legislation.
136, July 18, 1903, Joint Board [hereafter JB] 301, Nonserial Documents, roll 2, M 1421, Records of the Joint Board, 1903-1947, National Archives Microfilm Publications, Washington, DC; Army Headquarters General Order No.
In the nonserial approach of optimality theory, once again, overapplication is subsumed under the high ranking of the BR identity constraint, in conjunction with various phonotactic and faithfulness constraints on the distribution of nasality, (24).
Karger's publishing house produces 76 scientific journals and about 60 serial and nonserial book titles per year, primarily in English.