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- adj. Not migrating; that do not migrate
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They are nonmigrating, ground-dwelling, and are often kept as pets, notably by Amerindians.
DE3 is a nonmigrating diurnal tide, meaning that it has a frequency of a day but is not tied to local solar time.
Title: Direct observations of nonmigrating diurnal tides in the equatorial thermosphere
For the study, Lawler, Chiocca, Jakub Godlewski, the postdoctoral fellow who was the first author of the study, and their team first compared microRNA levels in migrating and nonmigrating human glioblastoma multiforme cells.
Belz GT, Smith CM, Kleinert L, Reading P, Brooks A, et al. (2004) Distinct migrating and nonmigrating dendritic cell populations are involved in MHC class I-restricted antigen presentation after lung infection with virus.
Top (nonmigrating) cells were removed, bottom (migrating) cells were stained and absorbance was recorded at 560 nm.
Ebright Creek at the East Lake Sammamish Trail, Issaquah: See kokanee nonmigrating sockeye salmon, early November through late January; Lewis Creek at 185th Place Southeast, Issaquah.