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inviable

(ĭn-vī′ə-bəl)
adj.
Unable to survive or develop normally: an inviable newborn calf.

in·vi·a·bil′i·ty n.
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Al estudiar las variables EDA y calidad del agua, se obtuvo un valor de probabilidad de 0,46, el cual evidencia que no existen diferencias estadisticamente significativas entre la notificacion de casos de EDA y la calidad del agua de los municipios, aunque la media de la incidencia notificada de la EDA fue mayor en los municipios con calidad de agua clasificada de riesgo bajo con un valor de: 562,57, seguido por las categorias de: inviable sanitariamente con 502,49; sin riesgo con 458,06; riesgo medio con 427,96; y en riesgo alto con 364,05.
It has normal meiosis and produces a 1:1 ratio of female gametes with or without scs, and when crossed to the control or other durum lines produces plump and viable seed carrying scs, while those without scs are shriveled and inviable.
Viability was assessed by enzymatic induction of fluorescence using fluorescein diacetate where viable pollen grains fluoresce brightly and visibly when viewed by fluorescence microscopy, while the inviable pollen grains appear faint and indistinct (Shivana and Heslop Harrison, 1981; Kearns and Inouye, 1993).
00 means that both hybrid sexes in both reciprocal crosses were sterile or inviable.
Por mi parte, acepto la despenalizacion del aborto en el caso de un feto inviable, en consideracion a la experiencia vivida con una paciente que sufrio una angustia dificil de tratar durante un embarazo, pues era secuela de una experiencia traumatica anterior.
Sin embargo, dejando aparte que se trate de un mero cambio de rotulo, esta mezcla es inviable, pues los principios de que derivan cada una de ellas son radicalmente incompatibles.
We have an EP, There Is A World Outside, coming out in April on Commercially Inviable Records.
The traffic position and general conditions were bad enough 23 years ago, but the vast increase in the volume of traffic along Pershore Road, Bristol Road and Belgrave Road and many others since then - particularly at rush hours - makes the event completely inviable.
81% expreso su convencimiento de que 'la exigencia del celibato para el clero catolico es anticuado e inviable
Mantener las estructuras aun vigentes implicaria doblar el personal al cuidado de los ancianos, algo economica y estadisticamente inviable.
Mr Beith added that the government had made many small post offices inviable by transferring benefit payments to banks, and making it difficult and complicated for people to get pensions and other benefits over the post office counter.
It pleaded that upgrading some exchanges was commercially inviable, and launched a registration scheme - if enough people registered a genuine interest, it would upgrade the exchange.