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nontarget

(non″tar′gĕt)
1. Pert. to a person, area, structure, or organ that is not the target of an action or operation
2. Such a person, area, structure, or organ. In radiology, a nontarget is only accidentally or incidentally exposed to or affected by an exposure, and not intentionally.
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Both involved training and testing two separate relational networks including a target network that contained the word (Bear) to be used as the to-be-suppressed (target) word in the latter phase of the experiment, and a nontarget network (see Fig.
2007) reported the capture of 73 nontarget animals that made the traps inoperable for detecting additional swift foxes for the remainder of those survey nights In contrast, cameras can provide continuous detection throughout the night, irrespective of the presence of nontarget species.
Bycatch is particularly pertinent for multispecies fisheries, where the gear often cannot fully separate targeted and nontarget species.
We made different predictions with respect to the nontarget words, however.
The committee gathered information from government agencies, researchers, and the general public to address their effectiveness in eradicating target plants; the feasibility of their large-scale industrial manufacture and delivery; their potential spread and persistence in the environment; their pathogenicity and toxicity to nontarget organisms, including other plants, fungi, animals, and humans; and their potential for mutation and resulting effects on target plants and nontarget microorganisms.
Nontarget Hymenoptera collected in pheromone- and synthetic floral volatile-baited traps.
The use of smaller particles increases the risk of nontarget embolization by particle migration via small collateral vessels.
In a pilot study, we investigated whether the differences in the physiological response to target and nontarget objects are due to the particular significance of the target objects.
Justin Foster, a researcher at the Kerr Wildlife Management Area in south central Texas, said Australian research showed that hogs were "uniquely sensitive" to sodium nitrite, and he added that researchers were investigating its effects on nontarget species in Texas, like deer and raccoons.
According to the EPA, the cold-pressed neem oil "will not cause adverse effects to humans and other nontarget organisms when used according to label directions.
This class of pesticides has also affected the population of wild bees and other nontarget insects, prompting the Coalition Against BAYER Dangers to demand that the pesticide maker withdraw all neonicotinoids from the market worldwide.