Definitions for "Resistant"
Summary measures that are not greatly changed by one or more outliers.
A characteristic of a statistical procedure which is not greatly influenced by the presence of outliers. Procedures involving medians and quartiles are in general more resistant than those involving means and standard deviations.
an organism that is able to resist a disease, drought, flooding, toxic agents, malnutrition, or some other condition Mississippi: Early Logging
Referring to a plant that is not likely to be affected by a specific stressor, such as diseases, insects, pests, or drought.
A rock that is able to withstand erosion relative to others in considered to be resistant. Gritstone is comparatively more resistant to erosion than shale.
Means that someone not does not suffer an infection from a particular organism. Also some cancer cells can develop resistance to a class of anticancer drugs
relating to or conferring immunity (to disease or infection)
Possessing qualities that hinder the development of a given pathogen. Infected little or not at all.
HIV which has mutated and is less susceptible to the effects of one or more anti-HIV drugs.
a virus becomes resistant when it mutates (changes) so that the medicines in your regimen no longer control it.
incapable of absorbing or mixing with; "a water-repellent fabric"; "plastic highly resistant to steam and water"
Incapable of being affected.
disposed to or engaged in defiance of established authority
Not responsive to treatment. If a cancer becomes resistant to chemotherapy, then the treatment will no longer shrink it.
Stops or opposes treatment.
Keywords:  respond
does not respond.
Keywords:  making
Making resistance; resisting.
Keywords:  one
One who, or that which, resists.