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unbanded

A contracted level of labour intensity for doctor trainees which corresponds to no more than 48 hours/week. Unlike other training posts, there are no upward adjustments of the pay, because the training post (e.g., public health), has a low stress “footprint”.
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Locality: San Juancito, Parque Nacional La Tigra: Cueva #1, 2 [female] (captured and released, unbanded).
Biologists study penguins to see how climate change impacts life in and around the Antarctic, but the researchers found that environmental conditions affected banded birds more than their unbanded counterparts.
* Unbanded: pigment occasionally very coarse and extending into root
Brownish colored clays (mineral species undetermined) admixed with iron hydroxides occur commonly at Sapucaia as crusts (banded and unbanded) in frondelite vugs and in cavities in gossan boulders.
Unbanded males were caught in mist nets 0-2 days after territory establishment and marked with unique combinations of color bands.
The percentage of unbanded subjects, which depends on the detection limit, is in the range of the more recently described methods, and 52% of double-banded subjects were identified, the same percentage as in other studies using phenotyping methods (11,12,15).
"That's the only unbanded chickadee for miles around," says Smith as the pair zips to an apple tree.
Designers at ElectroCom are developing a gantry-type device specifically for stacking unsleeved and unbanded mail trays.
In addition, the rapid occupation by unbanded males of vacated territories on front rows (L.
Back at the basement headquarters of the Sandhills study area, where Jeff Walters is turning off the lights after spending the sundown hours netting an unbanded young woodpecker, the question takes the form of stacks of aerial photographs of woodpecker habitat.
Progeny from banded snails displayed a higher proportion of banding than progeny from unbanded snails, suggesting that presence or absence of bands is a genetically determined trait in this species.
Among the new patterns is Steampunk, a monochromatic, unbanded bone china pattern that features engineering, science and clockwork motifs.