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"A Stem": Um Ramo is a 2007 short drama film written and directed by Juliana Rojas and Marco Dutra.

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Google previewForest Ecosystems and Environments (2006)

Scaling Up from Shoot Module to Watershed by Takashi Kohyama, Josep Canadell, Dennis S. Ojima, Louis F. Pitelka

For example, a stem is an object of the Stem class, a tree is an...

The elementary module object is called a stem and has a cylindrical shape defined by stem.length (cm) and stem.diameter (cm). Figure 1a shows a ...

Google previewReal and Complex Singularities (1995)

by W. L. Marar

Thus, a stem is a non-finitely determined germ ...

Google previewSystems and Frameworks for Computational Morphology (2011)

Second International Workshop, SFCM 2011, Zurich, Switzerland, August 26, 2011, Proceedings by Cerstin Mahlow, Michael Piotrowski

A stem is a form between the lemma and the surface form. One lemma can have several variations when interacting with prefixes and suffixes. Such a system does not use alteration rules and relies instead on listing all stems (or form ...

Google previewNatural Language Information Retrieval (2013)

by T. Strzalkowski

The string resulting from a stemming procedure is called a stem. It is not necessarily equal to the linguistic root, but will serve as a minimal and hopefully unambiguous denotation of the term. Two main errors can occur while stemming; ...

Google previewPrimary Science for Teaching Assistants (2008)

by Rosemary Feasey

is called a stem. Question stems include: G who G what G where G why G would G could G what if G how G when G should G which G did. There are many question stems. We need to make sure that we use many of them to expose children ...

Google previewHeinemann First Encyclopedia (2005)

by Heinemann Library (Firm)

Stem see also: Plant A stem is a part of. -10- ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOP UVWXY QUSUI.

Google previewDNA

How the Biotech Revolution Is Changing the Way We Fight Disease by Frank H. Stephenson

It is called a stem cell, and it has managed to stir up a great deal of passion and ire, with President George W. Bush describing the issue as “one of the most profound of our time.” Stem cells, first harvested from human embryos at the University ...

Google previewLow-Temperature Microscopy and Analysis (1992)

by Patrick Echlin

A STEM is a high-resolution transmitted beam instrument which gives high-resolution morphological and analytical information.

Google previewBody (2009)

The Complete Human : how it Grows, how it Works, and how to Keep it Healthy and Strong by Patricia Daniels, Richard M. Restak, Lisa Stein

Embryonic stem cells can be maintained indefinitely in laboratory cultures, growing into millions of identical cells; each genetically identical set of embryonic stem cells is called a stem cell line. Embryonic cells are also pluripotent.

Google previewCraftsman's Construction Installation Encyclopedia (2004)

by Stephen Diller, Janelle Diller

A stem wall placed on a spread footing (or simply footing) has long been considered the standard foundation. The spread footing distributes the weight of the structure over a larger area. A residential footing is usually 18 inches wide and 8 ...

Google previewA dictionary of scientific terms (1953)

by I. F. Henderson

stipula, a stem. Шара-г, or growing in place stipules 86011). шиши (stl 'ûlát а. [ L. играм, а stem.] umished with stipules (дол). выше (stïp'ül) n. [L. ‚врага, a stem.] One of two foliaceoul or membranaceous processes developed at the base of ...

Google previewLexicon Medicum: or, Medical Dictionary ... Fourth edition (1839)

by Robert HOOPER (M.D.), Klein Grant

(Kavhnaov ; from Kaer, a stem.) This word has been introduced into some lexicons as a substantive signifying a transverse fracture, or a fracture resembling that of the stem ofa tree; but it is in reality an adverb, signifying “ in the manner ofa ...

Google previewBotanical Terminology; Or Dictionary Explaining the Terms Most Generally Employed in Systematic Botany (1826)

by G. N. Lloyd

Caulescens, having a stem; opposed to acaulis, stemless. Caulinus, when applied to a leaf it ...

Google previewThe Dictionary of Unfamiliar Words (2008)

by Diagram Group

runner A stem that grows horizontally on the soil surface and roots at the nodes (leaf joints) as it spreads. scarifying (1) A technique of removing thatch (moss and dead grass that builds up in grassed ...

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Well, there are two kinds of stem cells: adult stem cells, which you can get from any part of a grown body, and embryonic stem cells. These are the inner- core of days-old embryos that can develop into any kind of cell. (Mort Kondracke)
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