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platy

[′plad·ē]
(geology)
Referring to a sedimentary particle whose length is more than three times its thickness.
Referring to a sandstone or limestone that splits into laminae having thicknesses in the range of 2 to 10 millimeters.
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platys en sangre periferica de caninos domesticos provenientes de Lima Metropolitana.
platys fue realizada a partir de los frotis de sangre y bajo la visualizacion en microscopio con objetivo de inmersion (100X).
platys a aquellos individuos que no presentaron trombocitopenia y corpusculos de inclusion compatibles con A.
platys empleando tres cebadores con secuencia de nucleotidos determinada, segun lo indicado por Chang y Pan (1996).
platys (Alleman y Sayler, 2010), y que este patogeno ha sido reportado en diversas regiones del continente (Breitschwerdt, 2006).
Platys, founded in 1997, develops and markets advanced storage networking products, including highly differentiated iSCSI ASICs, scalable to 10Gbit.
These risks and uncertainties include such factors, among others, potential problems in Adaptec's acquisition of Platys, changes in stock price of Vitesse; adverse changes in value of other investments made by Alliance Venture Management, LLC; and the risk factors listed under Item 1: Business and Item 7: Management's Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations in the Company's Form 10-K for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2001 which has been filed with the Securities and Exchange Commission, which are available through the Company's home page, http://www.
This tick species is a vector of Ehrlichia canis and has been implicated, but not confirmed, as a vector of Anaplasma platys (2).
platys amplification, we used inner primers developed by Kordick et al.
platys PCR was also conducted on the remaining 24 Ehrlichia-negative samples; none were positive.
platys DNA in the blood of 6 dogs with clinical signs indicative of ehrlichiosis.
We have compared the metabolic rates (mRs) of the Black Molly (Poecilia sphenops) and the Sunset Fire Platy (Xiphophorus maculatus) at 26, 28, and 29[degrees]C.