strip method

strip method

[′strip ‚meth·əd]
(forestry)
A lumbering method in which timbers are cleared from a forest in strips; new growth in the strip results from seeds sown in the adjoining forest.
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It is quite comfortable and an easy technique in which more than 4000 grafts can be extracted via the strip method of the surgery, whereas the rest number of grafts that may come between 2500-2800 grafts/follicular units via the FUE technique.
The findings were confirmed by using E Strip method. Virulence factors were detected using Sheep Blood Agar, 3% Gelatin Agar, Bile esculin agar, DNase Agar and Biofilm production was detected using 96 well microtitre plate method.
coli isolates, 04 Klebsiella pneumonia isolates) were further screened by DDST, MDDST, MHT and strip method.
The high-efficiency test strip method was developed by dropping 3.7 [micro]L of the mercury solution via pipette on a circle test strip, and the color-forming time was fixed at 2.5 min.
As a current associate in research at Washington State University and former doctoral student under the supervision of ASABE member Troy Peters, 1 have been testing a new technique--called the "strip method"--to continuously measure the dynamic variations of the SDE over long sampling periods and short timing intervals.
Compared to the traditional strip method, a NeoGraft procedure is minimally invasive, requires significantly less recovery time, and has 20 years of clinically proven results.
Smaller laboratories may decide that it is no longer cost-effective to utilize the cups or strip method of testing and instead send out to a reference laboratory.
This is also known as the strip method and is more invasive, can be more painful and requires a longer recovery time.
(31.) Gobbe, C, Iserna, S, Ladevie, B, "Hot Strip Method: Application to Thermal Characterisation of Orthotropic Media." Int.
While a standalone urine test strip analyzer can eliminate some of the mess and all of the subjectivity inherent in the traditional, visual-read test strip method, automating the manual microscopic may be where the true value proposition can be calculated.
The plate strip is solved by a combination between the transition matrix and strip method. As can be seen, the present method directly gives a closed form expression for natural frequency of the investigated plate under a variation of boundary conditions at the initial and final ends of strips.
The most common method is 'Follicular Isolation Technique (FIT) or so- called 'strip method'.4 In recent years, new methods have been developed, of which the Follicular Unit Extraction (FUE) is the most promising, naming it 'FOX' (FOllicular unit eXtraction).5 This involves the removal of follicular units individually from the donor area.