nongrowth

nongrowth

(ˌnɒnˈɡrəʊθ)
n
the failure to grow
adj
characterized by a lack of growth
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Model for the survival for Staphylococcus aureus in nongrowth environments.
After peripheral nerve injury, neurons in the spinal cord and dorsal root ganglion can produce a series of changes in terms of biochemistry, gene expression, metabolism, morphology, resulting in possible necrosis or apoptosis, which varies by the type of injury, region of injury, age of patients, and type of involved neurons.[9] Molecules associated with tumor suppressor signaling networks play a key role in shifting the balance between growth and nongrowth during axon regeneration.
The most crucial features that make GEMs unique and enable subsequent quantitative predictions are also established in this stage, specifically, the biomass objective reaction, the growth associated ATP maintenance reaction (GAM) and the corresponding nongrowth associated ATP maintenance (NGAM) reaction, and the Boolean gene-protein-reaction associations (GPRs).
Ric Merrifield's book, Rethink: Business Manifesto for Cutting Costs and Boosting Innovation, instructs business leaders how to think differently about innovation and cost cutting during the nongrowth phases of a business's lifecycle.
The subjects in the placebo group showed no change in either anagen (growth phase) or telogen (nongrowth phase) phase of the hair cycle after 90 days.
Very few findings revealed that the production of [alpha]-amylase is nongrowth associated.
Multienzyme production is a very complex nongrowth associated process with complex patterns of induction and repression resulting from the multisubstrate environment, temperature, pH, moisture content, fermentation time, and inoculum density in solid state fermentation [4, 9, 10].
Biodegradation of an inhibitory nongrowth substrate (nitroglycerin) in batch reactors.
Our method, of which the detection procedure is completed within 2.5 h, can separate and concentrate the target viruses to a detectable level by a nongrowth step; and (iv) the method may be more convenient and comfortable to use than PCR which is a multistep protocol that requires (1) high-quality RNA purification, (2) optimal conversion of RNA to cDNA, and (3) sensitive and accurate real-time detection of PCR products, which all need to be completed by highly qualified personnel and several steps must be taken to prevent and minimize PCR contamination including the use of aerosol barrier tip filters, laminar flow cabinet, and a special preparation area for PCR separate from the DNA isolation area.
While programs to help small or nongrowth oriented businesses may be needed to provide local amenities or critical businesses services, it is important not to conflate "small business" with entrepreneur.
"We are in a nongrowth market, three hours from a major city," says Gina Lowman, director of marketing and sales with First Federal.
Given the increasing supply of facilities, chains operating in expanding industries may focus less on the potential to reduce cost (i.e., turn around) than chains in nongrowth industries while also directing their efforts toward increasing revenue streams that can be realized from already well-performing facilities (i.e., cream skimming).