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The specimen dates back 50 million years to the Eocene epoch, meaning this particular taxonomic group may be twice as old as scientists previously assumed.
The key to fine pruning is to end up with a specimen that is groomed and structurally sound but still looks natural.
His 2016 NBA Finals heroics made him a champion, and his signature shoes have the best design concepts of the three, but he is neither a comparable scorer nor physical specimen.
The oldest specimens studied by the La Jolla team were obtained about nine months ago, Weiskopf said.
Although these policies apply to USGS scientists, they’re a good model of specimen stewardship for the entire scientific community.
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Moving potato breeding to diploid specimens would drastically decrease the time needed to create new potato varieties.
After swirling a nasal specimen into a solution, Lucira users plug a vial into a portable, battery-operated device that uses a light to indicate the test result within 30 minutes.
What is needed in today’s smaller gardens is a conifer that sits somewhere between a giant specimen and a miniature version, functioning as a small tree or a large shrub.
UC San Diego Health, for instance, has used drones to deliver medical specimens and supplies.
Those specimens are processed in laboratories, using PCR test kits and chemical compounds called reagents.

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