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unpaired

(ʌnˈpɛəd)
adj
not arranged in pairs, not matched
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Adj.1.unpaired - of the remaining member of a pair, of socks e.g.unpaired - of the remaining member of a pair, of socks e.g.
mismatched - either not matched or unsuitably matched
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Willow Warblers in north and west Britain have an equal sex ratio, but in the declining southern population, there are lots of ageing unpaired males singing forlornly for a female that may never come.
05, unpaired t-test) decrease in frequency and BPA-fed group as compared to sham-fed group (Figure 1d and f).
Copulating pairs presumably present a more lucrative meal for a predator than would unpaired individuals, and they are potentially less wary of predators.
Standard deviations were also calculated to apply unpaired t test to find out p-value.
Single electrons remain unpaired and are unable to flow without resistance.
The effects of sex on relative brain size and the total body mass (log transformed) of male and female, as well as GSI between the sexes were compared using unpaired t-test.
Objective: Spin-delocalization in molecules containing unpaired electrons gives rise to an unusual intermolecular interaction, named as pancake bond.
The breeding program aims to supplement eagle populations in the wild by replacing those lost to hunting, and by reintroducing captive-bred birds to vacant habitats and habitats occupied by unpaired wild eagles.
New radios supporting additional paired and unpaired frequency bands are Nokia AirScale RRH 4T4R B40 160W for 2300 MHz (Band 40), Nokia AirScale RRH 2T2R B28 120W for the Asia Pacific Telecommunity band (APT) 700 MHz (Band 28), and Nokia AirScale RRH 2T2R B11 120W for 1500 MHz (Band 11).
Similarly, the structure of product formed when hydrogen reacts with FeMo cofactor is developed by breaking Fe-S bond and binding to the unpaired electrons of iron and sulphur.