unexpanded

unexpanded

(ˌʌnɪkˈspændɪd)
adj
not expanded or expanded upon
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The larvae harvested from fresh feces presented the same knob-like tips and rod-like structure in the anterior end previously observed in third-stage larvae (Figure 1d), the unexpanded and expanded gut regions (Figure 1b) and the coiled tail (Figure 1c).
In each step the procedure expands the next unexpanded node with the best sum for cumulative and heuristical costs.
The mixture of LDPE and OBSH was put into two aluminum sheet (with the thickness 100 pm), and pressure-molded into an unexpanded sheet by using a laboratory hot-press machine (Technosupply).
NSG mice were transplanted with MGTA-456 or unexpanded cord blood after being conditioned with total body irradiation or either high- or low-dose busulfan, and engraftment of microglial cells in the brain was measured.
More so, if projects start as mere pilots and are unexpanded. This leaves the remaining over 80 percent unattended, says a study by Rodolfo 'RV' Vicerra, former director general of the Congressional Planning and Budget Office.
Suneeta, "Progressive Visual Cryptography with Unexpanded Meaningful Shares," ACM Transactions on Multimedia Computing, Communications, and Applications, vol.12, no.4, pp.1-24, 2016.
"The South Stand - the Sir Bobby Charlton Stand - is the last unexpanded stand.
After aspiration, only oocytes surrounded by more than three layers of unexpanded cumulus cells (COCs: cumulus oocyte complexes) were selected for in vitro maturation (IVM).
The reason for the difficulty in assessment in UW-EMRs appears to be related to the influence of thermal denaturation on the resected side surface by gripping the mucosal surface in an unexpanded state with the snare and performing the excision.
Liu and Jiang gave some experimental investigations on pressure distribution and flow field structure of the spiked blunt body with unexpanded sideward jets [20].
Meshed unexpanded split-thickness skin grafting for reconstruction of penile skin loss.