untrapped

untrapped

(ʌnˈtræpt)
adj
1. not trapped or snared
2. archaic not furnished with a trap or traps
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Survival of American Marten in an untrapped forest preserve in Maine.
Seasonal habitat selection by marten in an untrapped forest preserve.
For nondegenerate neutrinos, the inverse process (2) is not considered as, for untrapped case, the reverse reaction is assumed to be zero.
These beads also contain some loosely bound, untrapped [sup.99m]Tc[O.sub.4] in free form, which gets released from these beads immediately and can be seen in the blood pool as tiny spots spread over in each frame.
After a trial, the remaining (untrapped) flies were killed with a fly swatter.
An extension of this method to three-dimensional convective cloud turbulent motions also finds trapping: it manifests a very inhomogeneous turbulent diffusion that is associated with the untrapped fluid particles, whereas diffusion is very small for the trapped particles.
Interestingly, all of the hth transcript variants trapped by the YFP exon encode proteins containing a homeodomain whereas the gene products of the two untrapped splicing isoforms lack the DNA binding domain and therefore may not directly bind to DNA.
Recently, it has been reported [17,18] that the use of QMA cartridge-trapped F-fluoride in radiosynthesis reduces the SA of the tracer in comparison to the untrapped no-carrier-added [sup.18]F.
One study in Canada found nest success was just 3 percent on untrapped areas compared to 31.5 percent on trapped areas.
"This was ten thousand times more difficult than creating untrapped antihydrogen atoms," Hangst, the CERN spokesman, said.
Comparison of trapped and untrapped beaver populations in New Brunswick.