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Tesseract

Open source optical character recognition (OCR) software that is available for more than 30 spoken languages. Considered one of the most accurate OCR recognition engines, Tesseract runs on Windows, Mac and Linux. Developed by HP starting in the 1980s, it was released as open source in 2005 by HP and the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV). Since then, Google has sponsored development.
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2006 Rinehart, several [greater 2007 than or equal to] 8 8-cell embryos [greater than or equal to] 5 blastocysts Coughlan et [greater 4 al.
In the 8-cell plastic trays, 4 cells contained leaf tissue and 4 cells contained stem tissues (1 cell for each insecticide rate).
Consistent with these observations, embryos labeled at the 8-cell stage fell into two distinct categories, and were interpreted as corresponding either to those in which an animal blastomere was labeled (with extensive labeling of ectoderm) or to those in which a vegetal blastomere was labeled (with extensive labeling of endoderm and mesoderm).
Specific disease and nondisease traits are known for almost 400 of these genes, (3) and once a disease-causing allele is identified it can be detected using the DNA from a single cell removed from an 8-cell embryo created by IVF.
5 hrs of usage with an 8-cell Li-ion 5200mAh battery.
Battery choices include 4-cell, 8-cell, and extended life for up to 9.
The Advanced Port Replicator II contains a built-in battery charger that supports Gateway's 6-cell, 8-cell, and 12-cell batteries, keeping extra batteries fully charged and ready for travel.
Embryos were evaluated for embryo quality (blastomere morphology, percentage fragmentation and cleavage to the 4- and 8-cell stage) at 48 hours (day 2) and 72 hours (day 3) respectively.
The aim of this study was to analyze gene expression at two key stages of bovine development, matured oocytes (MII) and 8-cell stage embryos that constitute rich maternal supply of materials for development and a stage during which EGA takes place respectively.
Furthermore, a single cell from a sheep or rabbit 4- or 8-cell embryo is capable of developing into a normal sheep or rabbit.
The first test involved an 8-cell design that looked at the effects of various combinations of variables on response rates to mail surveys.