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artefactual

adjective
(1) Referring to something produced by human hands.
(2) Referring to an inaccurate finding, deviation or alteration of electronic readout or morphology due to some form of systemic error.
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Se observa que: a) las puntas representan el 5% de los 894 artefactos analizados aqui (N total de puntas de proyectil, raederas y raspadores); b) los raspadores son la clase artefactual mas representada (90% de los 894 artefactos), y c) las raederas son la clase artefactual menos frecuente (4%).
As tentatively demonstrated, these sites may occasionally exhibit a greater functional bias in favour of agricultural activities--as at Quinta da Torrinha--, herding and/ or hunting--as at Quebradas--, or others, which is reflected in the respective artefactual contents.
Furthermore, GdCA injections have been linked to zincuria [16], and future studies should focus on resolving whether it is a "factual" in vivo or an "artefactual" in vitro effect.
(a and d) Low magnification (scale bar 500 [micro]m); arrows indicate the nonresorbable thread which, upon section by the microtome, creates an artefactual void on the tissue section (asterisk); squares highlight the FBR in subcutaneous tissues.
Sage, "Artefactual contraction band necrosis of the myocardium in fatal air crashes," Aviation Space and Environmental Medicine, vol.
Thus, during amplification, if DNA polymerase reads across a uracil change, artefactual C>T/G>A changes can occur and introduce false positives [10].
Stomatocyte may also be artefactual and should be suspected when less than 10% of red cells are stomatocytes.
Los antipsicoticos atipicos surgieron con la promesa de una mejoria de los sintomas negativos, y varios estudios mostraron esta ventaja como un efecto artefactual (3).