unstratified


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un·strat·i·fied

 (ŭn-străt′ə-fīd′)
adj.
Lacking definite layers: unstratified rock.
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unstratified

(ʌnˈstrætɪˌfaɪd)
adj
(Geological Science) (esp of igneous rocks and rock formations) not occurring in distinct layers or strata; not stratified
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Adj.1.unstratified - not deposited in layers; "glacial till is unstratified"
geology - a science that deals with the history of the earth as recorded in rocks
bedded, stratified - deposited or arranged in horizontal layers; "stratified rock"
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They are associated with a great unstratified formation of mud and sand, containing rounded and angular fragments of all sizes, which has originated [15] in the repeated ploughing up of the sea-bottom by the stranding of icebergs, and by the matter transported on them.
According to the first interim analysis of the primary endpoint, the superiority of Kadcyla over Herceptin in IDFS has been confirmed (unstratified hazard ratio: 0.50 [95% confidence interval: 0.39-0.64, log-rank test, p
Given the focus on understanding costs, the unstratified sample would be taking a rather large chance of missing an important group altogether.
weeks with no heavy rainfall) for all weeks (unstratified) and stratified by low, medium, and high tertiles of rainfall accumulation during the 60-d prior to the week of exposure, which was lagged 1 (left), 2 (middle), and 3 (right) weeks prior to the start of the 7-d diarrhea recall period.
The fragment of a monumental commemorative stele of Shoshenq I found in 1925 at Megiddo among unstratified debris in a spoil heap left by German archaeologists excavating there between 1903 and 1905 (cf.
A survey on cultivable heterotrophic bacteria inhabiting a thermally unstratified water column in an Atlantic Rainforest Lake.
The unstratified inclusion of a heterogeneous mix of patients in the RCTs with different aetiologies of the disease, baseline biochemistry, and residual symptoms raises a concern of collider stratification bias [34,35].
Such a response could happen quickly (approximately hours to days) for a very shallow reservoir, but much more slowly (approximately months) for a deep reservoir, particularly if the water body is in a well-mixed, unstratified state.
The unevenly shaped, unstratified blocks, with small fossils either being concentrated in nests or disorderly dispersed over the matrix, indicate a repeated shift of sediment.
A stratified sampling regime (Quinn and Keough 2006), as opposed to our unstratified grid positions, may be more appropriate to detect target species that prefer a specific habitat.
By applying the finite difference method and considering an unstratified tank, the water temperature in the storage tank can be calculated as: