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in situ

In something's original location or position. The term is Latin for "in place." The bones have been kept in situ so as to preserve their perfect arrangement.

in ˈsitu

(from Latin) in the original or correct place: Much of the original furniture has been left in situ so that we can view the room almost as it looked a hundred years ago.
Situ literally means ‘position’.
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Los huevos, larvas y pupas, al igual que las plantas huesped se coleccionaron de forma manual y se llevaron a condiciones in situ y ex situ, para el establecimiento del ciclo de vida e identificacion en fase adulta.
The presence of dysplastic nevi in association with melanoma in situ was more common in younger patients than older ones, with a peak incidence in 30-to 39-year-olds and a decline after age 60.
If a child in the Eddie Eagle or BST group did not engage in the correct behavior during an in situ assessment following training, an in-situ training session occurred.
Immunohistochemical studies using HMB-45 or Ki-67(MIB-1) stains are of little use in distinguishing melanoma in situ from actinic melanocytosis, he pointed out.
The site chosen for examining 2-MBS as an in situ biomarker is located in Glassboro, New Jersey.
In Situ can be seen until November 27, 9am-6pm except Sundays.
The second case was negative for EV71 by IHC, in situ hybridization, polymerase chain reaction, and viral isolation.
BioGenex Laboratories develops and commercializes value-added, high-margin histopathology diagnostic reagents and automated instrumentation systems for in situ tissue-based analysis of cancer, infectious disease and genetic disorders.
Of course, the in situ concept works only if the area where the germplasm has been catalogued is kept undisturbed or is managed as a protected reserve with someone monitoring the area to safeguard it.
An interesting relationship between the tenor (taken as in situ gross value per tonne) of the deposit sold to the proportion of the GIV of the entire deposit (resource at the time of sale) is illustrated in Figure 1.
This sort of tumor, ductal carcinoma in situ (which means a small cancer in a milk duct) is too small to feel but is visible in a mammogram.
But it wasn't until the advent of fireproof booms in the mid-1980s and a major "spill of opportunity"- the March 1989 Exxon Valdez accident -- that in situ (on-site) burning got a real sea trial.
PB89-148217/AS; Volume II: Draft Generic In Situ Copper Mine Design Manual, April 1988, 454 pages, NTIS No.