undeterminate

Related to undeterminate: indeterminate, indeterminate forms

undeterminate

(ˌʌndɪˈtɜːmɪnət)
adj
not definite or determined; indeterminate
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The tumour cells are elongated-shaped with scant cytoplasm, undeterminate borders, and dispersed chromatin in a vesicular nucleus.
The genotype of 1 sample was undeterminate, likely due to the low viral load,17 specimens with low viremia is required examination to confirm the diagnosis.
The material described in this paper consists of 34 specimens: a dorsal plate, 22 branchial plates, 4 ridge scales, 5 tesserae, a fragment of an undeterminate plate and 1 microcell with an isolated tubercle.
Patients with atypical squamous cell of undeterminate significance (ASCUS) were then subjected to hybrid capture HPV test.
The middle element has an undeterminate position and may attain a limit situation with unwanted contacts like edge--surface contact.
Here, overdetermination allows for undeterminate possibilities to have their 15 minutes of fame as the best possible accounts of our world, our imagination, and our thought, within some timespace context or other.
Comments--Laelaps paulistanensis was originally described on the basis of specimens collected on a wild rat of undeterminate species from Sao Paulo, Brazil, and has a wide Neotropical distribution (Furman, 1972).
a becoming other but likewise a going-into-itself, a deepening of itself in itself, so does the progression render the Idea, previously general and rather undeterminate, more determinate in itself.
But in a Circular Line, it is otherwise, for there, the Point in its motion returneth again to the place where it first began, and so maketh the Line infinite, and the ends or bounds thereof undeterminate .