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unsegmented

(ŭn-sĕg′mĕn′tĭd, ŭn-sĕg-mĕn′-)
adj.
Not divided into distinct segments: unsegmented worms.
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By examining the use of traditional lecture, a segmented podcast lecture, or an unsegmented (non-stop) podcast lecture, this study's primary question was, "Does the instructional design of podcasts affect nursing students' retention and application of material?
When grubs began damaging the area, she said, students and teachers worked together and discovered unsegmented worms, which "attack grubs in a perfectly natural way.
The "stack-em high, sell-em cheap" unsegmented message may have lost its saliency in light of competitors selling name brand assortments and shopping experiences.
An occasional pest in the West San Fernando Valley, nematodes are microscopic, unsegmented, parasitic worms that produce obstructing knots or nodules in plant roots, impairing roots' ability to take up water and minerals.
The illusion that prose is a continuous medium, unsegmented, is a powerful one, with an almost ideological force; nevertheless, it is demonstrably untrue.
B explained, the rent-to-own market is unsegmented.
Trematodes, named from the Greek trema meaning hole, which refers to the muscular sucker containing a mouth (hole) at the anterior end of the fluke, are unsegmented, are flattened dorsoventrally, have leaf-shaped or elongated bodies, and have suckers or hooks, which attach the organism to the host allowing them to draw fluids from host tissue.
nematodes--Parasitic worms--called roundworms--with unsegmented, cylindrical bodies.