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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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The recommendation comes despite fears the move could make the farm inviable.
Yellow brass rendered the bacteria completely inviable after 270 minutes, while the high-copper alloy took only 90 minutes.
Entiende que la TV publica no puede regirse por sus criterios de origen: como TV educadora en sentido iluminista/ilustrado; propagandista de las ideologias de gobierno o las razones de Estado; paternalista en sus mensajes; poco atractiva para la audiencia y, por lo mismo, inviable en su autofinanciamiento; poco competitiva en un mercado audiovisual cada vez mas diversificado; impermeable a los cambios de sensibilidad que se van produciendo en el avance vertiginoso de la modernidad; jerarquica en su vision de la cultura.
longissima cytoplasm ([lo] durum) is an incompatible combination resulting in inviable seeds (Maan, 1975).
The site was previously seen as economically inviable because of a 34-foot drop-off from its highest point, requiring extensive work to achieve drivable lanes and buildable pads.
This explains the frequent observation of Haldane's rule: the pattern that if only one gender of hybrids is sterile or inviable in species crosses, it is nearly always the heterogametic (XY or XO) sex (Haldane 1922; Coyne and Orr 1989b).