Invasive [adjective]

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An electro-acupuncture needle is in one view a minimally-invasive neural interface that only pierces the top of the skin.

In Canada, just last year, entomologists identified two different invasive hornet species.

Those eggs may transport fish, including invasive species, to new places.

In the lab, Vincze and her colleagues fed thousands of eggs from two invasive carp species to eight mallard ducks.

That knowledge could reveal new ways to control the invasive species.

Ultrasound can reach deep regions of the human brain, which is currently impossible with most non-invasive brain stimulation technologies.

Utah and Lily are an essential tool in the fight against invasive plants.

She studied it till the conventional phrases took a fiery hue, and came at her with an invasive rush.

This is the Anarchistic definition of government: the subjection of the non-invasive individual to an external will.

Two obstacles, the one external, the other internal, checked its invasive progress.