unimpregnated


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unimpregnated

(ˌʌnɪmprɛɡˈneɪtɪd)
adj
1. (Chemistry) not saturated, soaked or infused (with something)
2. (Biology) formal not made pregnant
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Adj.1.unimpregnated - not having been fertilized; "an unfertilized egg"
infertile, sterile, unfertile - incapable of reproducing; "an infertile couple"
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AI samples unimpregnated pineapple presented values of porosity lower than vacuum impregnated samples, which can be easily explained considering that vacuum application modify the porous structure, causing its expansion [34].
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About 10 mg of unimpregnated sample was placed on a thermobalance at a heating rate of 50[degrees]C /min up to 600[degrees]C at a steady nitrogen flow of 50 mL/min.
Character and description of Kingia; a new genus of plants found on the southwest coast of New Holland with observations on the structure of its unimpregnated ovulum, and on the female flower of Cycadeae and Coniferae.
The thermographic analysis is used to study mechanism and kinetics of thermal decomposition and combustion of natural wood unimpregnated with fire retardants and its products (Fu et al.
All had slept in shared accommodations under unimpregnated malaria nets.
However, when the chitosan samples impregnated with catalyst solution are dried at 20[degrees]C, their DP is approximately 2.5 times lower than in the case the chitosan samples unimpregnated with catalyst solution are dried at 120[degrees]C.