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nonresistant

(nŏn′rĭ-zĭs′tənt)
adj.
1. Not resistant, especially to a disease or an environmental factor, such as heat or moisture.
2. Submissively obedient.

non′re·sis′tant n.
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Tests found that the resistant swede Marian showed severe symptoms, while the resistant cabbage Kilaxy (Suttons) was less affected than its nonresistant counterpart Marner Large White.
Accordingly Christians do not ask governments to be nonresistant, but they can ask that those in power be just, care for the orphans and widows, and use the least violent means possible to secure order.
The most common nonresistant reason given was lack of knowledge that influenza vaccinations were recommended (21.
inhibitory effects on resistant and nonresistant strains of E.
As a result, trees fall, landslides form, and nonresistant plants are killed.
To test this possibility, the scientists at Armidale conducted an experiment in which resistant and nonresistant sheep were artificially infected with worms.
Pacifists who see discipleship above all in terms of obedience advocate a life of faithful witness to the nonviolent, and in some respects even nonresistant, example of Jesus.
Weight loss classifications ranged from nonresistant to highly resistant (ASTM D2017).
According to Brown's unpublished data, aflatoxin levels are nearly 87-fold lower in the resistant varieties than in nonresistant corn kernels.
A close reading of the text reveals two types of tension within the heavily Mennonite group of writers: The first tension can be seen in the longstanding and complex assimilation debate between those who want to be faithful to the historic nonresistant "quiet of the land" position and those who want to be fully and faithfully engaged in the justice issues of the day.
show that bacterial gene mutations that lead to drug resistance come at a biological cost not borne by nonresistant strains.