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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The victims of multisite harassment at senior high schools were more likely to miss classes or be truant than those of school-only harassment, whereas the victims of persistent harassment were more likely to be satisfied with their academic performance than those of nonpersistent harassment at senior high schools.
However, most of the above studies are focused on the rock mass containing single joint, groups of parallel joints, or nonpersistent joints.
Cypermethrin is nonpersistent pesticide; it degrades easily in the presence of sunlight and water and this explains the detection of low levels in cabbage samples.
This protocol is a nonpersistent CSMA protocol which uses preamble sampling to reduce idle listening.
The different repellent activities on two insects might be attributed to the different anti-insect mechanism and different nonpersistent volatility of essential oil samples.
albicans was the most prevalent species in al., 2013 [46] nonpersistent candidemia.
Virulence genes of bovine Staphylococcus aureus from persistent and nonpersistent intramammary infections with different clinical characteristics.
The extensive nature of the psychosocial development factors identified by research contribute to my tentative theory of the phenomenon of nonpersistent college students--high-achieving, low-income students in community colleges may require psychosocial development in order to persist in college.
However, many units remain unaware of these agreements, such as the ones dealing with the use of persistent and nonpersistent mines, NATO rules of engagement, and intelligence procedures, which often results in a significant loss of operational effectiveness.
CMV is readily transmitted in a nonpersistent manner by more than 75 species of aphids (Palukaitis et al., 1992).
The conversation to ensure that those two officers are coordinated can start as simply as, "I think the enemy will use nonpersistent chemical agents right here before it attacks to degrade our command and control and fighting ability.
A total of 6 percent of patients were primary nonadherent for the new cardiometabolic prescription, 24 percent were early stage nonpersistent, and 16 percent refilled late (Figure 1).