unsegmented


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un·seg·ment·ed

 (ŭn-sĕg′mĕn′tĭd, ŭn-sĕg-mĕn′-)
adj.
Not divided into distinct segments: unsegmented worms.

unsegmented

(ˌʌnsɛɡˈmɛntɪd)
adj
not segmented
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.unsegmented - having a body that is not divided into segmentsunsegmented - having a body that is not divided into segments; "unsegmented worms"
zoological science, zoology - the branch of biology that studies animals
united - characterized by unity; being or joined into a single entity; "presented a united front"
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Inkeaw noted that palm leaf manuscripts are an important source of history, but multiple, unsegmented palm leaf images make it difficult to manage an optical character recognition (OCR) process.
During the initial stage, the labor market remains unsegmented as only a small number of sectors will adopt the new GPT and will be unable to absorb the entire skilled labor force.
The females are further characterized by an elongate head with a gular bridge without a sclerotized median carina or a felted line, mandibles with one gland only, absence of labrum, bilobed clypeus with a median setose carina, pedicel without axial spines, third segment with three completely fused anelli and a short unsegmented acuminated projection, labiomaxillary complex with distinct stipes and galea, bacilliform process pointing backward, segmented labium, forewing closed costal cell, spurious veins and moderate pilosity, and a twelfth flagellomere.
This understanding also supports Marker's (2011) observation that "Indigenous systems of knowledge and understandings of the past are different from these approaches in that they place animals as unsegmented from human beings" (p.
The rod-shaped, unsegmented, or partly segmented parasitic stage lernaeid female is anchored, with the aid of a specialized holdfast organ, to the host skin or buccal mucosa.
The thin, oblique muscle is a superficial sheet of unsegmented muscle that overlaps the rectus and the ventral portion of the pariet al muscle (Fig.
There are several limitations to the present study, such as lack of controls, limited number of patients, brief treatment period, and unsegmented group of subjects with MS.
Pantic, "Spatiotemporal localization and categorization of human actions in unsegmented image sequences," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol.
In some cases, either a slight leakage of left ventricle was observed, which is due to the unclear border between aortic valve and left ventricle, or the adaptive seeding method tended to terminate early and aortic valve regions were unsegmented.
In an unsegmented network, everyone has access to everything.