nonpersistent


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nonpersistent

(nŏn′pər-sĭs′tənt)
adj.
Having a short life or existence under natural conditions: a nonpersistent pesticide; a nonpersistent infection.
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Urine is the preferred matrix for most nonpersistent chemicals because of their pharmacokinetics.
Second, these nonpersistent, space-based assets are in high demand, especially by coalition commanders focused on the Korean Peninsula.
is answered by the results showing that the PSOE-N is able to discriminate between persistent and nonpersistent students.
and international law restrict the use of land mines, while budget and logistical constraints at all levels limit the availability of nonpersistent scatterable mines and networked munitions.
More than 20 aphid species, including Acyrthosiphon pisum, Macrosiphum euphorbiae, Myzus persicae, and Aphis fabae, transmit BYMV in a nonpersistent manner [3].
The three common classes of nonpersistent pesticides in use today include organophosphates, carbamates, and pyrethroids.
Belkozin features nonpersistent offset strain, which is dependant on cyclic load, where maximum reduction is being registered during the first load cycle with further declining reduction related to following cycles.
Therefore, the model with financial frictions could generate a lower response to nonpersistent productivity shocks.
But when masks began to be employed against the nonpersistent choking agents of 1916, only half the number of casualties were reported--despite the fact that more than twice as much agent was used.
Of the 1,383,950 veterans diagnosed with diabetes, heart disease, and/or hypertension in FY 2001, we identified 234,773 (17 percent) who had a clinical encounter with a depression diagnosis noted in FY 2001 or FY 2002 and were classified into either the persistent, nonpersistent, or other categories of depression.
45 percent; 4,816/27,329) were early nonpersistent because they obtained only one dispensing (i.
The herbicide should be nonpersistent, nonselective, water-soluble, and designed to control the growth of herbaceous and woody plants.