unstriped

unstriped

(ʌnˈstraɪpt)
adj
(Biology) (esp of smooth muscle) not having stripes; unstriated
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"An IFPI Temperature Sensor Fabricated in an Unstriped Optical Fiber with Self-Strain-Compensation Function" by Y.
For instance, in the case of the ground state, the energy decreases approximately 40% with respect to the unstriped geometry, both with and without the presence of the impurity atoms.
cinereus exhibit color polymorphism, and the two most prevalent phenotypes are the striped and unstriped morphs (Petranka, 1998).
In MSB 94825, the tail is essentially uniformly brown and unstriped. Wide, hazy, gray-tan lateral and dorsolateral stripes are present on each side of the body, but there are no discrete spots in the lower lateral, upper lateral, and dorsolateral fields, all of which are dark brown.
Occiput dull grey, not black from any point of view, stylus as long as postpedicel, scutum unstriped. Abdomen dull blackish grey, first segments translucent brownish, abdominal hairs white.
The sleeping suits in 1952 are striped, clearly suggesting prison, while they are blue and unstriped in the 1973 version.
The researchers placed a selection of food-bearing model salamanders into a field for six days, with striped models outnumbering the unstriped by nine to one, or vice versa.
There, up on the far slope where he could catch the sun, stood a beautiful bull, staring at these strange unstriped zebras with their bizarre humps.
However, project managers breathed a sigh of relief when they learned the unstriped area wasn't large enough to delay the bridge's opening any further.
If your lawn is mangled rather than mown, choose a new machine ( a cylinder mower if you intend to create a striped velvet carpet or a hover type for uneven or wet ground, or if you prefer the unstriped look.
Throughput Scheme (Mbps) Throughput of ATM and Ethernet measured jointly 18.3 Throughput of ATM and Ethernet measured separately 25.5 SRR, logical reception 19.1 SRR, no logical reception 17.3 GRR, logical reception 18.5 GRR, no logical reception 17.7 RR, logical reception 11.8 RR, no logical reception 11.7 We note that the throughput of stripe (19.1Mbps) is about the same(4) as the throughput obtained by sending unstriped packets jointly over both the ATM and the Ethernet interfaces (18.3Mbps): this result clearly shows that the striping and resequencing algorithm introduces virtually no overhead.