unabraded

unabraded

(ˌʌnəˈbreɪdɪd)
adj
not eroded, abraded, or worn away
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Therefore, in 2012 and 2013, in our surveys maturity of females was estimated on the basis of gonopore condition; females with closed and unabraded gonopores were classified as immature, whereas those with open or discolored gonopores (or external eggs) were considered mature.
Despite containing rip-up clasts from the underlying Holz Shale Member of the Ladd Formation, fossils in the conglomeratic sandstone were mostly unabraded and well-preserved with original shell material.
Coated samples were abraded for 100 cycles and the percent change in haze (% [DELTA]Haze) was determined by measuring the difference in haze of the unabraded and abraded areas of the coating using the haze meter.
Taphonomic Numerical attribute Taphonomic state value Wholeness Shell whole 1 Shell broken 2 Abrasion Unabraded 0 Small nicks; frosted; sculpture 1 eroded, no holes Highly polished; deeply eroded 2 with holes Edge rounding Edges natural 0 Edges chipped I Fragmented; edges sharp 2 Fragmented; edges slightly worn 3 Fragmented; edges smooth 4 Periostracum Loss Missing 1 Partially missing 2 Present 3 Discoloration Original 1 Original, but faded 2 Original color faded to white 3 or discolored (e.
Mice with unabraded genital tissue largely resisted infection.
Also here, and at other localities, sharp, unabraded chabazite-Ca crystals are present on rock surfaces that were almost certainly exposed to glaciation, and it is difficult to envision how they could have survived erosion by ice and ground moraine.
We note that, as expected, the largest abraded needles and fragments gave the most concordant results, followed by data for abraded small needles and unabraded needles.
they carry the high melancholy tone of resignation unabraded by cynicism.
Power auger sampling located variable amounts of green kimberlitic clay and strong counts of unabraded diamond indicator minerals within glacial deposits at the anomalous site.