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in situ

 [in si´tu] (L.)
in its normal place; confined to the site of origin.

in si·tu

(in sī'tū),
In position, not extending beyond the focus or level of origin.
[L. in, in, + situs, site]

in situ

Latin, located at a native or original site; noninvasive.

Pronunciation
Medspeak-UK: pronounced, inn SIH two
Medspeak-US: pronounced, in SIGH two

in situ

Latin, in the original place

in si·tu

(in sītū)
In position; not extending beyond the focus or level of origin.
[L. in, in, + situs, site]

in situ

In a normal position. The term is used also of cancer that remains at the site of origin and has not yet spread locally or remotely.

in situ

in its original place.

in si·tu

(in sitū)
In position; not extending beyond the focus or level of origin.
[L. in, in, + situs, site]
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Ex situ seed germination rates were significantly higher than in situ, except the case conducted in July on the bark of P with the presence of D.
The difference between the films obtained by in situ and ex situ annealing procedures can be explained as follows.
With the decreasing size of the actuators and sensors, the in situ SEM nanoindentation can give more information on the formation and propagation of mechanically induced dislocations and defects during the experiment so as to correlate the load-displacement data with the in situ microstructural changes.
Then the in situ stress distribution characteristics at the vertical coordinate of 100 m have been also numerically simulated and analyzed.
In physical stability studies, VCZ loaded in situ gels were stored at 5[+ or -]1[degrees]C in the refrigerator and 25[+ or -]2[degrees]C and 40[+ or -]2[degrees]C for 3 months in the stability cabinets (Nuve, Turkey).
Lobular carcinoma in situ arises from the lobules and terminal ducts of the breast, and comprises a small percentage of breast carcinomas in situ.
If this method led to RNA of similar quantity and quality to that of samples stored in TRIzol, this would represent a preferable means for preserving corals sampled in situ since it would not require the transport of liquid nitrogen or toxic chemicals (i.e., TRIzol) into the field.
GO, PF, and GO/PF in situ nanocomposites were examined by WAXD with 2[theta] ranging from 5 to 40[degrees], and the results are shown in Figure 2.
In this study of breeding feasibility, information is provided on survivability under two breeding systems, in situ and ex situ, of Pteronymia zerlina and P.
(2001) In situ Ti[B.sub.2] reinforced Al alloy composites, Sci.Mater., 45:1017-23.