impeditive

impeditive

(ɪmˈpɛdɪtɪv)
adj
causing hindrance; impeding
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Even when residence is in poor neighborhoods, other criteria may be seen as impeditive to receiving the benefit, such as having electric appliances or ceramic floors.
These maladaptive responses may be further categorized into objective (aggression, regression, withdrawal, fixation, resignation) and subjective (extra-punitive, intropunitive, impeditive) responses.
(2002) report that the RP value of 2.0 MPa has been associated with impeditive conditions for root growth and shoot development of the plants.
The determination of the LLWR was efficient and complementary for identifying more favorable or more impeditive conditions to the compaction in the LVef for the corn crop development in relation to the LVd.