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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lt;$25,000, $25,000-$49,999, and $50,000-$79,999) remained significantly more likely to be both primary nonadherent and early stage nonpersistent compared to those with the highest income (<$80,000), although the effect size did not trend across levels of income (data not shown).
Second, these nonpersistent, space-based assets are in high demand, especially by coalition commanders focused on the Korean Peninsula.
Virusvector interactions mediating nonpersistent and semipersistent transmission of plant viruses.
Nonpersistent students do not enjoy discussion and do not believe completing a challenging course will help them achieve goals.
What makes it proportionate, although it is very much more severe than the punishments imposed on other, nonpersistent offenders who committed crimes similar to his latest crime, is that his crime, as part of a pattern of persistent serious criminality, is categorically more serious than theirs.
Although asthma status was not classified by a clinician using the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute guidelines (National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, 2007), according to these guidelines, the use of an asthma controller medication is reflective of persistent versus nonpersistent asthma status.
The Nordic back pain subpopulation program: can patient reactions to the first chiropractic treatment predict early favorable treatment outcome in nonpersistent low back pain?
However, nonpersistent infection with a high-risk HPV type raised chances of HIV infection by two thirds (HR 1.
forces are no longer authorized to employ persistent land mines, nonpersistent scatterable mines are the only deployable land mine systems currently in the U.
In this case, filtering--pooled AR(I) or first difference--is required to estimate the number of factors; however, filtering nonpersistent data may result in overestimation.
Breakdown products in soil include carbofuran phenol,3-hydroxycarbofuran, and 3-ketocarbofuran, all of which appear to be relatively nonpersistent.
We recorded substrates as bare ground, nonpersistent litter, persistent litter, rock, or sand.