nonaquatic

nonaquatic

(ˌnɒnəˈkwætɪk)
adj
not aquatic or associated with water
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For example, nonaquatic decontamination solutions would be ideal for the support of maneuver in the future fight against a near-peer threat.
That is, as found for other nonaquatic insects, the number of Strepsiptera eclosing ostensibly remains constant with respect to moonlight, but on brightly moonlit nights the light trap has to contend with increased ambient light, and is therefore less efficient (Williams et al.
Autotrophic habits and nonaquatic habitats are characteristic of the monocots near early nodes of the tree in Fig.
A clear conclusion from many studies is that nonaquatic exercise involving the affected joints, either specifically or as part of a general exercise routine, is clinically beneficial in decreasing pain and increasing function.
Apart from some fish and poultry, the pig is the most efficient of nonaquatic meat animals.
Following VICH guidance, if the PEC of a pharmaceutical chemical in soil is 100 ppb (PE[C.sub.soil]) for nonaquatic food animals, a phase II study is triggered by this guidance.
nonaquatic ones that live on bark and rocks in moist areas of the forest.
There were some observations of terrestrial animals and observations of the customs of Native Americans, but essentially these voyages concentrated on nonaquatic observations.
Pooled water attracts both aquatic and semiaquatic birds while features such as dead trees, fallen logs and seed production by aquatic plants attract nonaquatic species of birds (Reese, 1976).
The ratio of conifer pollen to herb plus Artemisia pollen (C:H ratio) was calculated using pine, spruce, and fir pollen in the conifer category, and all nonaquatic herb pollen types, nonaquatic spores, and Artemisia pollen in the herb category.