(a.) Not significant; void of signification, sense, or import; meaningless; as, insignificant words.
(a.) Having no weight or effect; answering no purpose; unimportant; valueless; futile.
(a.) Without weight of character or social standing; mean; contemptible; as, an insignificant person.
(1) Regression curves indicate that although all three types of pulmonary edema can be characterized by slightly different slopes, the differences are statistically insignificant.
(2) TR was classified as follows: severe (massive systolic opacification and persistence of the microbubbles in the IVC for at least 20 seconds); moderate (moderate systolic opacification lasting less than 20 seconds); mild (slight systolic opacification lasting less than 10 seconds); insignificant TR (sporadic appearance of the contrast medium into the IVC).
(3) The method of preparative isotachophoresis in acrylamide gel ensuring a high yield of IgD and IgE with insignificant admixtures of IgG, etc.
(4) The regional distribution of the receptor showed insignificant species differences.
(5) Differences between mean durations of dust exposure of workers with radiographic signs of lung fibrosis and those without such signs were statistically insignificant.
(6) There was found an insignificant prevalance of the antibody avidity in the patients with the forms of the disease of moderate severity and severe.
(7) Injection of albumin-colloidal gold conjugates resulted in an insignificant uptake.
(8) The cardiac output decreased slightly in the low affinity group, and increased slightly but insignificantly in the high affinity group.
(9) Since cholinergic transmission is probably insignificant in the cerebellar cortex, the esterase itself might serve as a transmitter or modulator.
(10) The evaluation of our data showed insignificant complications up to a total activity of 28 mCi, slight or medium complications between 28 and 35 mCi, and severe complications between 35 and 40 mCi.
(11) The results showed a significant rise in arterial free fatty acids concentration and an insignificant increase in adipose-tissue free fatty acids.
(12) No effect of components of human diploid cells homogenate and an insignificant effect of blood serum components on kinetic constants of LDG isoenzymes is registered.
(13) Whole body tilt from supine to 45 degrees head-up was associated with increased heart rate and an insignificant rise in MABP in both groups, although a rise in plasma AVP occurred in control subjects only.
(14) Mann-Whitney U-tests showed that during the 7 years of highest wine consumption the highest rates for breast cancer occurred for females aged 30--59 years, but for women over 60 years of age the result was insignificant.
(15) Recent clinical studies on secretion of atenolol, propranolol, propoxyphene, phenytoin, carbamazepine, and valproic acid in breast milk showed that the infant ingested dose was insignificant.
(16) When the combination of symptoms were introduced into the regression model, the effect of wheezing became insignificant.
(17) By assuming that repopulation of late-responding tissues is insignificant during normal treatment regimes it is possible to use the method to assess the broader implications for treatment strategies in terms of the behaviour of the Extrapolated Response Dose (ERD).
(18) The protein efficacy of the krill meat slightly decreases in the course of canned food sterilization, However, their biological value remains high, being inferior to casein but insignificantly.
(19) The results showed that 1) IL-1 beta induced a significant increase in PGE2 levels in the OVLT and the medial part of the MPOA in the first 20 min, which is more rapid and to a greater extent than that in PVN, HPC, and LV; 2) inclusion of indomethacin in the perfusate abolished the IL-1 beta-induced PGE2 response in the OVLT, but a suppressive effect in the PVN was insignificant.
(20) Distal (5th finger - wrist) and proximal (wrist - elbow) sensory nerve conduction showed an insignificant increase as hyperglycemia was induced.
(n.) The sixtieth part of an hour; sixty seconds. (Abbrev. m.; as, 4 h. 30 m.)
(n.) The sixtieth part of a degree; sixty seconds (Marked thus ('); as, 10¡ 20').
(n.) A nautical or a geographic mile.
(n.) A coin; a half farthing.
(n.) A very small part of anything, or anything very small; a jot; a tittle.
(n.) A point of time; a moment.
(n.) The memorandum; a record; a note to preserve the memory of anything; as, to take minutes of a contract; to take minutes of a conversation or debate.
(n.) A fixed part of a module. See Module.
(a.) Of or pertaining to a minute or minutes; occurring at or marking successive minutes.
(p. pr. & vb. n.) To set down a short sketch or note of; to jot down; to make a minute or a brief summary of.
(a.) Very small; little; tiny; fine; slight; slender; inconsiderable.
(a.) Attentive to small things; paying attention to details; critical; particular; precise; as, a minute observer; minute observation.
(1) The Frenchman’s 65th-minute goal was a fifth for United and redemptive after he conceded the penalty from which CSKA Moscow took a first-half lead.
(2) They spend about 4.3 minutes of each working hour on a smoking break, the study shows.
(3) Both development of EDTA-resistant fibrinogen binding and fibrinogen association with the cytoskeleton were time dependent and reached maxima 45 to 60 minutes after fibrinogen binding to stimulated platelets.
(4) Average fluoroscopy time per procedure was 27.8 minutes of which 15.1 minutes were for nephrostomy tube insertion and 12.7 minutes were for calculi extraction.
(5) In some experiments heart rate and minute ventilation (central vactors) appear to be the dominant cues for rated perceived exertion, while in others, local factors such as blood lactate concentration and muscular discomfort seem to be the prominent cues.
(6) Mieko Nagaoka took just under an hour and 16 minutes to finish the race as the sole competitor in the 100 to 104-year-old category at a short course pool in Ehime, western Japan , on Saturday.
(7) Preincubation of the bacteria at 56 degrees C for 30 minutes and ultraviolet irradiation resulted in a noticeable decrease in adherence.
(8) Densitometric analysis of myofibrillar proteins separated with sodium dodecyl sulfate-polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis indicated that troponin I and troponin T were degraded during 60 minutes of CGI.
(9) Median time for ventilatory support was 90 minutes after transfer to the area.
(10) One-half of the specimens were treated with citric acid, pH 1, for 3 minutes, while the remainder served as untreated control specimens.
(11) The court heard that Hall confronted one girl in the staff quarters of a hotel within minutes of her being chosen to appear as a cheerleader on his BBC show It's a Knockout.
(12) The drug-picrate chromophores maximally absorb within the first minute of reaction (21 s for phenacemide, 45 s for cephalothin), after which the absorbances decrease.
(13) During periods of wet steam it was impossible to maintain consistent sterility of the mouse pellets even using a cycle of 126 degrees C for 60 minutes.
(14) Immediately prior to and at maximal workloads, carbon monoxide shifted into extravascular spaces and returned to the vascular space within five minutes after exercise stopped.
(15) The mutations of both strains (termed hha-2 and hha-3) were mapped at minute 10.5 of the E. coli chromosome.
(16) In his notorious 1835 Minute on Education , Lord Macaulay articulated the classic reason for teaching English, but only to a small minority of Indians: “We must do our best to form a class who may be interpreters between us and the millions whom we govern; a class of persons, Indians in blood and colour, but English in taste, in opinions, in morals and in intellect.” The language was taught to a few to serve as intermediaries between the rulers and the ruled.
(17) The visitors did have a chance to pull another back with three minutes remaining but Henry blazed a free-kick from within range on the left over the bar, summing up Wolves’ day out in the East Midlands.
(18) In a second set of test sessions, volunteers chewed sugarless gum for 10 minutes, starting 15 minutes after they ate the snack food.
(19) On the other hand, the injection of minute quantities of endotoxin into PbAc(2)-sensitized rats invariably resulted in disseminated intravascular coagulation, apparently via a complete activation of the intrinsic pathway.
(20) Basal as well as furosemide stimulated plasma renin activity (at 10, 30 and 240 minutes) was reduced, as well as the transient increase in excretion rates of 6-keto-PGF1 alpha and TXB2.