Isolating barrier | definition of isolating barrier by Medical dictionary
isolating barrier any structure that limits the movement of organisms to the extent of preventing gene flow. Examples include oceans, deserts, mountain ranges, salinity, temperature, etc.
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In addition, our migrant coordinators can help with family conferences and other situations so language is not an isolating barrier
for a solution.
When the ESD discharge is applied to the output or signal pin, the voltage is developed across various isolating barriers
The valves use two rolling diaphragms that act as both isolating barriers
and as balancing areas.