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ascus

[′as·kəs]
(mycology)
An oval or tubular spore sac bearing ascospores in members of the Ascomycetes.
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Ascospores were mostly ellipsoid or ovoid in mature asci of both species.
The ASCI committee observed that the TV commercial does not state in the claim itself that the speed results pertain to only a specific period which was July- December 2016.
A lot of Arabic people are coming to Turkey to holiday, to buy and for investments," Asci said.
The paper appreciated the role of ASCI as a model self-regulatory body stating that ASCI is committed to the cause of self-regulation in advertising and protection of the interests of consumers through first of its kind initiatives like :
The ASCI swap futures contracts will accommodate market participants who wish to either hedge or otherwise lock-in a transaction at a set value for the ASCI.
8] for the non ostiolate counter parts of Coniochaeta (Sacc) Cooke, both genera have been classified in the family Coniochaetaceae, characterized by unitucate asci and 1-celled, pigmented ascospores provided with a germ slit.
When the ASCI Purple deal was announced last year, some information about the Blue Gene/L machine also leaked out, even though IBM didn't intend for this to happen.
It became operational in March 2002 as the world's fastest supercomputer, so quick that its raw processing power equaled that of the 20 speediest US computers combined, far outpacing the previous title holder, the IBM-built ASCI white at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, which is used for nuclear weapons simulations.
Called Lightning, the computer supports the Advanced Simulation and Computing program, or ASCI, which helps ensure the safety and reliability of the nation's nuclear weapons stockpile in the absence of underground testing.
Other Grids include NASA's Information Power Grid and the ASCI Distributed Resource Management project.
This system is expected to be at least seven times more powerful than Sandia's current ASCI Red supercomputer on actual weapons problems.
The code development process involved assembling and reconfiguring a number of existing Livermore codes, many of them parts of unclassified software belonging to the ASCI program, and optimizing them for astrophysical simulations.