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in situ

  (formal)
if something is in situ, it is in its original place The cave paintings must be viewed in situ because they are considered too delicate to be moved to a museum.
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A convenient aspect of studying in situ toluene degradation is that the benzylsuccinate synthase (fumarate addition) pathway is widely distributed.
In situ preservation may be the only way to ensure that these grapes continue to survive in the wild.
For now, Keane says, "We hope that [NOBE] will provide us with sufficient scientific data that we can move forward with prepfanning and preapproval for in situ burning where appropriate.
With its distinguished editors and international team of contributors, In situ characterization of thin film growth is a standard reference for materials scientists and engineers in the electronics and photonics industries, as well as all those with an academic research interest in this area.
We created this technology specifically to bring quantifiable data to in situ microscopy," said Aduro Product Manager Kyle Watson.
8221; The new Precision Electric E-chips are optimized for in situ electrical experiments where currents are very low.
TerraTherm uses a technique called in situ thermal destruction in which the soil is heated to well beyond the boiling point of water using electrically powered heating elements.
This project is concerned with possible in situ modifications that may be carded out on vulcanized NR in the form of a pipe joint ring.
Responding to that need, Phylogeny is pleased to announce that it has launched a new in situ service to localize microRNAs (miRNA), one of the fastest-growing areas in biomedical research.
According to the new Market Research Report"Global In Situ Hybridization Market Study (2014-2019) by Type (DNA ISH, RNA ISH), By Application (Cancer Diagnostics, Immunology, Neurosciences, Cytology, Others), By End User (Hospitals, Pharma & Biotech Companies, Research Labs, CROs)" , The global In-Situ hybridization market was valued at $554.
50 in between stations Badarpur-Silchar & ARCL-JRBM section including miscellaneous works like providing and fixing Bridge name board, cast in situ bridge numbers plaques, cast in situ plaques for bridge foundation details, gauge painting in bridge piers & abutment, painting of HFL & Danger level, Height gauge and other ancillary works in connection with Lumding-Silchar Gauge Conversion Project
com), a company specializing in revolutionary products for in situ electron microscopy, today announced the demonstration and invited speaker schedule for Microscopy and Microanalysis.
Ideally, scientists would like to be able to sample in situ.
From the time we first submitted our application to license our Church Rock and Crownpoint properties fifteen years ago, the NRC and its Atomic Safety and Licensing Board (ASLB) have examined, and reexamined, HRI's proposed in situ recovery mining projects in great detail," said Dave Clark, President and COO of Uranium Resources, Inc.