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indirect selectionthe selection of mutant organisms (microorganisms) by determining those that do not grow on particular media.
done through an intermediate animal or function.
advertising about the veterinary profession which indirectly benefits individual veterinarians.
comparisons made between individuals or groups in different locations.
see indirect contact.
indirect fluorescent antibody
see fluorescence microscopy.
see inverted repeat.
improving one character while selecting on another.
indirect social distance
social distance is distance between contacts in an infectious disease; indirect social distance is distance between indirect contacts.
indirect transmission of infection
transmission of infection via another medium, e.g. housing or bedding, without the animals ever being close to each other.