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in situ

[in ′si·chü]
(science and technology)
In the original location.

In situ

In position; a term applied to building elements and improvements that are assembled or cast in their permanent position on site rather than prefabricated elsewhere; for example, cast concrete rather than precast concrete.

in situ

In place, as in cast-in-place concrete.

in situ

In place. When something is "in situ," it is in its original location.
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Para determinar la factibilidad de cria in situ y ex situ se contabilizaron los individuos en cada fase, determinando la cantidad inicial y final de huevos, larvas, pupas y adultos emergidos.
Figure 2 displays the mean behavior scores across each of the three conditions for the initial in situ assessment and the second in situ assessment.
The results of recent studies from Italy also suggest that the use of immunoperoxidase stains in this context can lead to the "overdiagnosis" of melanoma in situ, said Dr.
Although the presence of one compound may not be convincing, we believe that because all four compounds appear and follow the same pattern, there is indeed in situ activity.
In situ preservation may be the only way to ensure that these grapes continue to survive in the wild.
Figure 2, below, attempts to show the general relationships of the price paid per unit of metal (cent/lb of in situ copper, or of zinc, or US$/oz of in situ gold) in deposits of varied sizes.
Allen estimates the likely cost of in situ burning may run just $20 to $50 per barrel of oil eliminated.
announced today the availability of the Precision Electric[TM] line of electrical E-chips for the Aduro in situ heating and electrical biasing system.