in situ

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İngilizce - Türkçe
(İnşaat) yerinde yapım
doğal durumunda
(İnşaat) oluştuğu yerde
(İnşaat) kaynaklandığı yerde
(Latin) doğal yerinde
mahallinde
yerinde
(Denizbilim) in situ
asıl yerinde
(Tıp) adAsıl yerinde, tabii vaziyetinde
yerinde
insitu
tabii vaziyetinde
insitu
asıl yerinde
İngilizce - İngilizce
in its original position or place
In the original position
Latin for "in original place " Refers to measurements made at the actual location of the object or material measured Compare remote sensing
The earliest stage of cancer, when it is localised to its area of origin
a Latin term meaning "in place" or not removed
In its natural or original position
In the original position or place
Environmental medium that is "in place", such as undisturbed soils or groundwater left in the subsurface instead of being pumped
in its natural place or position (Latin)
In situ conservation means the conservation of ecosystems and natural habitats and the maintenance and recovery of viable populations of species in their natural surroundings and, in the case of domesticated or cultivated species, in the surroundings where they have developed their distinctive properties
In the natural or original position Applied to a rock, soil, or fossil when occurring in the situation in which it was originally formed or deposited
in geology, of a rock, soil, or fossil, when in the situation in which it was originally formed or deposited
In (its original) place Thus the difference between an in situ and a laboratory soil measurement is that the first is made with little or no disturbance in the original soil profile while the second requires considerable mechanical agitation and change of environment to remove a sample to location away from the place of origin
If something remains in situ, especially while something is done to it, it remains where it is. Major works of painting, sculpture, mosaic and architecture were examined in situ in Venice. In situ is also an adjective. technical data derived from laboratory and in-situ experimentation. if something remains in situ, it remains in its usual place
in the original or natural place or site; "carcinoma in situ"; "the archeologists left the pottery in place"
In its original place; i e , not removed from its original or "natural" position Having its native physical, chemical, and biological properties intact
(Latin) in the original place
Literally, "in place"; no penetration of the basement membrane of the tissue of origin by cancer cells, and no stromal invasion
in the original place
In its original place; unmoved unexcavated; remaining at the site or in the subsurface
lit "in place" - in the natural place or in the original place For example, experimental treatments performed on cells, organs or tissue rather than on extracts from them
in the natural or original position
- In it's original position or place
(Latin) In its original place
the natural or original position of a find
situ
in the original or natural place or site; "carcinoma in situ"; "the archeologists left the pottery in place
In its natural position or place; said of a rock or fossil, when found in the situation in which it was originally formed or deposited
occurring in place or at a specific site Carcinoma in situ is a tumor that has not invaded surrounding tissues
A Latin phrase meaning "in place " Archaeologically it refers to an artifact or object being found in its original, undisturbed position (Jennings 1974: 376)
In natural or original position, not removing a plant from it’s original position for study or for any other operation
In place, localized and confined to one area; a very early stage of cancer
is Latin for "in original place" and usually refers to data collected at the actual location of the object or material measured, as opposed to remote sensing
In its natural or original position or place; in position; said specif
Alternative spelling of in situ
being in the original position; not having been moved; "the archeologists could date the vase because it was in situ"; "an in-situ investigator
being in the original position; not having been moved; "the archeologists could date the vase because it was in situ"; "an in-situ investigator"
used here in conjunction with electron irradiation Stands for "investigation of as-induced defects" It is performed by continuously keeping the sample at low temperatures during irradiation and subsequent spectroscopic investigation to prevent the newly-generated defects from migrating and forming complexes with other defects
The measurement and recoding of information, data, or some property of an object or phenomenon by a device that is in physical contact with the object or phenomenon being studied
Latin for "in position" In audiometery, it designates measurements taken with the hearing aid "in place" in the ear
“In place"
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Neoplasm that fulfills all microscopic criteria for malignancy except invasion
Being in the original position Many experiments are conducted in-situ, or in place in the field
In place or 'on site'
In its original state
In its original place; unmoved unexcavated; remaining at the site or in the subsurface
In-situ is the Latin term for "in the original place"
in the original location (Opposite: ex-situ)
Türkçe - İngilizce
(Denizbilim) in situ
in situ

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    [ 'in, &n, &n ] (preposition.) before 12th century. Middle English, from Old English; akin to Old High German in in, Latin in, Greek en.

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