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Marker

A slang term for documentation indicating that a debt is owed.
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With the constant deepening of the research on the animal functional genomics, major gene resistance or quantitative traits loci affecting important economic traits in livestock and poultry were located using DNA molecular markers by candidate gene and genome scanning methods (Dekkers, 2004).
com)-- How many time have you gone to use a marker only to find out it has dried up because someone left the cap off?
To get active camera tracking, the markers must be placed at positions that are visible from as wide an area as possible, for example on ceiling support pillars or at aisle crossings.
Repeat the same procedures at the two to five puncture sites, four to six fiducial markers were placed around the hepatic tumor.
North Grafton, last week, and charged him with receiving stolen property valued at more than $250 and crimes against morality and decency by removing grave markers.
Application to All Types of Prognostic, Diagnostic, and Screening Markers
Such bias of the kinematic data raises concerns about the modeling and changing of markers between experimental conditions.
Buried electronic markers such as those used by Southwest Gas reflect a radio signal back to a hand-held locator device on the surface to precisely pinpoint the marked component.
Results: Measurement of biochemical markers of bone turnover helps us identify a high bone turnover rate.
The VA does not recognize the pentacle, an encircled, intertwined five-pointed star, as a faith symbol and, therefore, won't engrave it on memorial markers or gravestones of American war veterans.
Post-mounted markers provide higher visibility and have more room for you to provided detailed information about the buried cable.