unexpanded

unexpanded

(ˌʌnɪkˈspændɪd)
adj
not expanded or expanded upon
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Meshed unexpanded split-thickness skin grafting for reconstruction of penile skin loss.
Tenders are invited for Supply of Unexpanded profile for tsf - 3 as per gr quantity 7200 kg
This activity is based on the harvest of leaflets from unexpanded leaves, which provide a fiber used for weaving mats and other products (Linares et al.
11) In situ mantle cell neoplasia preserves normal lymph node architecture and exhibits normal unexpanded mantle zones (Figure 4, G).
The mean annual CPUE, based on the unexpanded interview data, for hook-and-line fishing varied because of the interannual fluctuation in bait fish landings, but the overall mean CPUE decreased 49% between the 2 time periods, from an annual mean of 0.
The edge of the immersed part of the coating did not expand, and the area of the unexpanded coating grew as the corrosion time increased.
After aspiration, only oocytes with evenly granulated cytoplasm surrounded by more than three layers of unexpanded cumulus cells (COCs) were selected for In Vitro Maturation (IVM).
The cDNAs of expanded and unexpanded tuberous roots were used as the 'tester', and 'driver', respectively.
In approximately 20% of the patients with secondary spontaneous pneumothorax, the lung remains unexpanded or an air leak persists after 7 days.
Susceptible plants treated with glyphosate significantly affectedthe unexpanded leaves and the apical meristem but did not influence leaf absorption or translocation in resistant population (Yanniccari et al.
The last technique, which is also considered the most promising one, is to use thermal energy to expand the EPS microspheres in the mixture of unexpanded EPS and uncured resin.