Definitions

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  • adj. Not conserved

Etymologies

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un- +‎ conserved

Examples

  • This trade is most obvious in the large tracts of unconserved Sand Forest that are on a popular tourist route to Kosi Bay.

    Maputaland coastal forest mosaic

  • This is the case for most of the Northern Province, but not for the Waterberg Mountains area, where the unconserved areas are relatively undisturbed, mainly due to the rocky nature of the area.

    Southern Africa bushveld

  • I talked over unconserved energy levels with him and he assured me that he had taken measurements during our performance so that they will know when to emit energy to produce the proper reactions.

    the ship who sang

  • Instead of being available to help California's cities and farms recover from the ruinous combined effects of three years of drought and federal regulation, all of that water would simply have run out into the ocean, unconserved, unrecycled and unavailable for any other use.

    Forbes.com: News

  • Take just one example of our unconserved tendency to poke our noses into other people's business: abortion.

    Buck Naked Politics

  • Shorter segments may be conserved interspersed with unconserved regions.

    WordPress.com News

  • The bHLHZ motif is not as structurally simple as the bZIP, for it utilizes a tetramer of α-helices and an unconserved, flexible loop (HLH) to effect dimerization in addition to its leucine-zipper coiled coil.

    PLoS ONE Alerts: New Articles

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