unmanipulated

unmanipulated

(ˌʌnməˈnɪpjʊˌleɪtɪd)
adj
not manipulated
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Densities on the LC treatment sites were also compared with those at unmanipulated oyster reefs in the surrounding area (Wacassassa Bay to Horseshoe Beach, Seavey et al.
Overall, under controlled conditions of pollination, he found an increase in fruit and seed production in experimentally perianth-removed flowers in relation to unmanipulated control flowers.
The patient was shifted to the operation with the unmanipulated rods in situ.
This Phase 1 stage clinical trial consists of an initial ten subject undergoing mPB HCT following myeloablative conditioning receiving ProTmune as well as a 60-subject, randomized, controlled Phase 2 stage undergoing mPB HCT following myeloablative conditioning in a 1:1 ratio receiving either ProTmune or unmanipulated mPB cells.
These can avoid drawing unexpectedly high sums of money that are unusual for this person, unless clarified with this person that this is his or her unmanipulated will.
1c); unmanipulated control flowers were left naturally symmetrical (Fig.
The tall grass treatment consisted of unmanipulated grassland with a mean height of 94 cm (range 15-114 cm).
Furthermore, within unmanipulated territories, nests where natural seed plants were more abundant contained a higher proportion of extrapair young.
64, who were proponents of "pure" unmanipulated photography.
Remarkably, the protected band(s) represented 2-4% of the total TCRa mRNA in the thymus of unmanipulated mice.
Hochar prided himself on making natural, unmanipulated wines before the world began demanding that everything be organic.