All the fireflies, which I caught here, belonged to the Lampyridae (in which family the English glowworm is included), and the greater number of specimens
were of Lampyris occidentalis.
The industrious reader, indeed, might select out of these specimens
from Steele, a picture, in minute detail, of the characteristic manners of that time.
There the nets brought up beautiful specimens
of fish: some with azure fins and tails like gold, the flesh of which is unrivalled; some nearly destitute of scales, but of exquisite flavour; others, with bony jaws, and yellow-tinged gills, as good as bonitos; all fish that would be of use to us.
General principles of specimen
collection and transport.
A four-step process was employed to address ED and laboratory complaints: 1) the number of hemolyzed specimens
received by the laboratory was totaled and categorized by department for a two-month period, 2) specimen
processing and turnaround times (TAT) were evaluated for adherence to protocol and/or invalid procedure steps, 3) a certified phlebotomy staff was sent to the ED to observe collection protocol and train the personnel collecting blood, 4) ED and laboratory managers met to discuss the evidence and evaluate the need for operational changes in procedures.
A hygrothermal reaction is induced without evaporating the moisture contained in the specimen
by the pressure in the sealed space chamber.
The following section presents the species identified, the number of examined specimens
, and their geographic distribution (Table 1, Fig.
Nonlinear buckling analysis with gradually increasing loads was applied to find the load level at which a specimen
became unstable (Ansys, 2005).
For the remaining tissue in such cases, additional cassettes, each accommodating 2 grams of chips per each additional 10 grams of the specimen
It covers communicating laboratory needs; specimen
management policies and rationale; body fluid specimens
; gastrointestinal specimens
; genital specimens
; respiratory specimens
; urine specimens
; viruses, chlamydiae, rickettsiae, and fungi; wound specimens
; and specimen
management summary tables.
The instrument-compatible microtube has the same outer dimensions as a venous collection tube (13 x 75 mm) with a false bottom, which facilitates the collection of small volumes (maximum of 500 [micro]L) of blood and the application of a full barcode specimen
The application of structural size specimen
data can be used to predict the much higher quality and the strength of timber to be used in construction field and it also can be at published in the Malaysian code of practice.