immature stage

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It was at an immature stage but it would have yielded nearly 3,000 grammes, a significant amount.
The duration of each immature stage in the laboratory and complete life-cycle are indicated in Fig.
Zhang Taowei, an associate professor at the School of Economics and Management of Tsinghua University said even after nearly two decades of development, China's financial leasing industry is still in immature stage.
Overall, the MyPrivateBanking report, “Mobile Apps for Banking,” comes to the conclusion that the mobile revolution has reached the banking industry, but development here is still only at a very immature stage.
1998); immature stage (GV stage) oocytes have a nuclear envelope to protect the nuclear DNA (Hunter and Polge, 1966).
According to a report in the Times, jellyfish usually die after propagating, but Turritopsis reverts to a sexually immature stage after reaching adulthood and is capable of rejuvenating itself.
NGOs and voluntarism is not even common as a definition in UAE, it's still at a very immature stage.
They are the immature stage of beetles, just as caterpillars are a developmental stage on the way to becoming a moth or butterfly.
On Wednesday, city arborists stepped up ladders and unleashed into the trees a powerful pest-control weapon - 500,000 red, black-spotted ladybugs that eat the flies in their immature stage.
Ulysses's voyage represents his fixation in an immature stage of life, for he needlessly seeks out experience of the world, in the manner of the Epicureans, instead of fulfilling his duty and going on to perform great actions.
Mosquitoes carry the protozoan in an immature stage in their saliva and inject it into people.
For the moment, video is stuck in an immature stage, mainly imitating or containing other art forms, Stephens asserts.