nontarget


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nontarget

(non″tar′gĕt)
1. Pert. to a person, area, structure, or organ that is not the target of an action or operation
2. Such a person, area, structure, or organ. In radiology, a nontarget is only accidentally or incidentally exposed to or affected by an exposure, and not intentionally.
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There isn't sufficient research, however, to support the use of larvivorous fish and their effect on native fish and nontarget species is not fully understood (Walshe, Garner, Abdel-Hameed Adeel, Pyke, & Burkot, 2013).
a) When selective cannulation of the feeding artery of the tumor was not possible using conventional methods, a microballoon catheter was inserted into a nontarget branch.
Both involved training and testing two separate relational networks including a target network that contained the word (Bear) to be used as the to-be-suppressed (target) word in the latter phase of the experiment, and a nontarget network (see Fig.
Guy Opperman, Peter Jackson and Anne-Marie Trevelyan will therefore have been dismayed by the headline "Conservatives accidentally leak list of nontarget seats" on Monday.
Reducing the use of broadspectrum insecticides in cotton produces benefits that include increased effectiveness of beneficial arthropods as pest control agents improved control of nontarget pests reduced risk for farmland wildlife species reduced runoff of broadspectrum insecticides reduced fuel usage lower levels of air pollution and related waste production and improved safety of farm workers and neighbors.
Several management concerns have been raised over swordfish, Xiphias gladius, fisheries and their interactions with nontarget species (Carretta et al.
The suffering inflicted on wildlife in many cases surpasses the shooting itself; the indiscriminate snares set around grouse moors also catch nontarget animals, particularly cats.
Environmental groups have oppose the crop's introduction; fearing maize 1507 will harm nontarget species and lead to a surge in the use of a toxic herbicide to which maize 1507 has been made resistant.
The committee gathered information from government agencies, researchers, and the general public to address their effectiveness in eradicating target plants; the feasibility of their large-scale industrial manufacture and delivery; their potential spread and persistence in the environment; their pathogenicity and toxicity to nontarget organisms, including other plants, fungi, animals, and humans; and their potential for mutation and resulting effects on target plants and nontarget microorganisms.
In a pilot study, we investigated whether the differences in the physiological response to target and nontarget objects are due to the particular significance of the target objects.
Justin Foster, a researcher at the Kerr Wildlife Management Area in south central Texas, said Australian research showed that hogs were "uniquely sensitive" to sodium nitrite, and he added that researchers were investigating its effects on nontarget species in Texas, like deer and raccoons.