well-understood

well-understood

adj (well understood when postpositive)
widely or sufficiently understood or comprehended
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Ecologically, deer herbivory is a fairly well-understood phenomenon.
amp;nbsp;The origin of these incredibly bright and hot stars is not well-understood.
To develop the new strains, the researchers started with the well-understood Sabin strain and modified a region of its viral RNA to promote greater genetic stability.
The ASA, however, recognized that beach body" was a relatively well-understood term and unlikely to cause offence and that the ad didn't shame women into believing they needed to take a slimming supplement.
The drug formulation includes dactinomycin, a well-understood cancer drug, incorporated into a proprietary ANA-conjugated nanoemulsion.
How2Recycle's goal is to create a clear, well-understood, and nationally harmonized label.
The potential help of videos in making such options tangible and well-understood is mentioned several times and recapitulated in the afterword.
Decision-making is not a well-understood process, but it appears to be surprisingly similar among species.
The entire panel agreed that having a well-understood plan was crucial to their farmers' success this past year.
Aviation s importance as a catalyst for growth is well-understood in the Middle East and particularly in the Gulf region, where airports rise from the desert ahead of the demand curve, not behind it.
Senior business technology consultant Dan Burrows will discuss the characteristics typical of the 'intelligent business'; a well-controlled and well-understood organisation able to measure its performance based on factual evidence and base business decisions on sound performance indicators.
They stress on understanding number meanings and ignore these relationships about quantity and operation; (2) The teachers have similar views about teaching strategies of number sense; (3) The teachers believe that children with good number sense have well-understood number meanings and relationships, awareness that multiple strategies exist, and recognize reasonableness of data and calculation; (4) The teachers lacked for knowledge of number sense, so that they cannot address the complete teaching strategies of number sense; and (5) The background variables of teachers are related to the understanding of number sense.