(ˌnɒn ɪnˈdʌs tri əˌlaɪzd)

(of an area, nation, etc.) not industrialized; lacking large-scale manufacturing technology and other industry.
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They are especially focusing on underrepresented populations who live in nonindustrialized societies, as their diet and microbiomes are expected to be very different from those of people living in industrialized societies.
But this division of labor created a social system that is far more complicated than those of the Arab world and other nonindustrialized economies.
However, the majority of the sample was from a nonindustrialized area, where family income was low.
In the monograph's first extended venture outside Europe, McAdams begins by noting that, as opposed to the "sinuous paths" of the European debates he has been tracing (over the previous 135 pages), the Comintern found its "greatest source of unadulterated support" in "the less developed, nonindustrialized world." The implication is that Europeans debated with theoretical sophistication and nuance ("sinous"), and the rest of the world primarily expressed credulous ("unadulterated") support, so their voices can be appended as numbers to a theoretical scaffolding established elsewhere.
While previously the incidence of CD in children resident in nonindustrialized countries has been low, current evidence would suggest that, with industrialization, the incidence of CD is increasing [1].
Additionally, the distribution of nitrogenous fertilizers produced by the Haber-Bosch process requires efficient transportation which may be least easy in the nonindustrialized countries than in the industrialized countries.
The same key terms were used in searches conducted on the various databases including telepsychiatry, e-mental health, telemental health, behavioural telemedicine, virtual rehabilitation, telecare, e-health, telehealth, telebehavioural health, e-therapy, e-counseling, distance counseling, remote/telerehabilitation, mHealth, telemedicine, teleconsultation, videoconferencing, telepathology, less developed country(ies), least economically developed country(ies), nonindustrialized nation(s), lower middle-income country(ies), global south, developing country(ies), underdeveloped nation (s), and third-world country(ies)/nation(s).
The Pennsylvania State University's Frederick Wernstedt, for example, spent decades obtaining invaluable datasets, particularly from nonindustrialized countries, where personal contacts had to be exploited and political barriers overcome (Vose et al.
War, particularly ethnic conflicts in nonindustrialized societies, also plays a causal role in identity formation.
The latter disease is rare in the Western world, while it is more common in nonindustrialized countries [5, 6].
Large disease outbreaks in nonindustrialized countries are mainly caused by drinking water contaminated with hepatitis E virus (HEV) (2).
In industrialized countries, congenital heart diseases account for 75-82% of CVD in pregnancy, with shunt lesions predominating (20-65%), whereas in nonindustrialized countries the major cause is rheumatic valvular disease (56-89% of CVD in pregnancy).