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unspecialized

(ŭn-spĕsh′ə-līzd′)
adj.
1. Without specialty or specialization.
2. Having no special function: unspecialized cells.
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Thus it is unspecialised. On the other hand, the cognitive power of the eyes is a specialised main condition since it serves as such only for a bare visual perception.
Germinated species were predominately unspecialised in their dispersal mechanisms (169 individuals from 19 plant species).
Stringent health and safety laws also ban large wheelchairs from being put in unspecialised vehicles As a result when Harley goes to Cornist Park School in Flint he is unable to get out and about with his friends without help.
What worries me is that prospective patients are increasingly at risk due to poor regulation and sometimes unspecialised, greedy doctors and practitioners.
Al-Motair's website could help address this problem by increasing awareness in Saudi about diabetes, including its causes and methods of treatment and prevention, as most of diabetes websites are non Arabic and unspecialised.
The lithic assemblage of the area is characterised by unspecialised, unmodified flake forms, with little evidence for curation (Clune 2002).
Therefore, it can be concluded that the usage of an unspecialised, unmodified simulation software cannot lead to a correct assessment of the quality-related problems in small-size cast parts.
They, along with their unspecialised doctor colleagues, run nursing homes or clinics that can treat general illnesses and undertake simple surgery.
Given that specialisation of tasks increases the resources available for living a full life by the community at large and that in some case unspecialised work is more educative for the individual, what is in practice the comparative strength of these two tendencies and how ought opinion and law to be governed thereby.
Stem cells are unspecialised cells, which can develop into any part of the human body.
As well as being unspecialised - they have not developed into particular types of cell - they can also keep replicating indefinitely in their unspecialised state and they are pluripotent, which means that, given the right stimuli, they are able to differentiate into all of the 216 human cell types.
It would be a useful, broad-based reference for dietitians working in an unspecialised practice.