nonrepetitive


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Adj.1.nonrepetitive - marked by the absence of repetition; "nonrepetitive DNA sequence"; "nonrepetitive dance movements"
repetitious, repetitive - characterized by repetition; "repetitive movement"
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Effects of repeated readings and nonrepetitive strategies on students' fluency and comprehension.
Catastrophes can be nonrepetitive (they can never be repeated in the same location), irregular (they can be repeated in the same location but without any degree of statistical regularity), regular (they repeat with some regularity, like eruptions from an active volcano), and seasonal (they occur regularly in a certain area in a certain period of the year, for instance tropical cyclones).
Samples were identified in nonrepetitive digits, randomly served on a plate with a glass of water to rinse the mouth before the subsequent test.
Moreover, in living cells, the CRISPR/Cas9 system has also been optimized for visualization of repetitive and nonrepetitive genomic sequences, to monitor telomere length dynamically and to track MUC4 locus variations in the mitosis process.
Its primary advantage is in studying nonrepetitive activities, but it can also be used to develop time standards for repetitive jobs.
Spoligotyping--commonly used to differentiate Mycobacterium tuberculosis complex strain--is based on polymorphisms of the chromosomal direct repeat (DR) locus, which contains a variable number of short DRs interspersed with nonrepetitive spacers [56, 57].
Additionally, it has nonrepetitive gameplay which many participants found refreshing.
CRISPR were first noticed in the bacterial genome in 1987 and described as an "unusual structure" in the 3 region of the iap gene, containing 29-base pair repeats interspaced by 32 nonrepetitive nucleotides [83].
The server will generate a nonrepetitive random number and sign it with the private key of server.
We analyzed a representative subset of 953 sequenced isolates from a collection of 4,386 nonrepetitive ESBL-producing E.
We find, however, that the magnitude of these building claims as a percent of building value is higher than nonrepetitive loss properties by roughly 5 to 20 percent depending on the specification.