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Creation of the uniform population registry is expected in 2014, Chief of Staff of President's Administration Daniyar Narymbaev told a press conference in Bishkek on May 23.
Instead, we find a largely uniform population of what we call D-type asteroids, which are dark burgundy in colour, with the rest being C- and P-type, which are more grey-bluish in colour.
So we are not looking at a metabolically uniform population.
Ultrastructural studies performed on the tumor showed that the cells contained a uniform population of small dense neurosecretory granules (Figure 4), measuring approximately 150 [micro]m, confirming the diagnosis of paraganglioma.
The Galveston researchers "used elegant techniques [to examine] a specific, uniform population," remarks Robert L.
The ease of growing embryoid-derived cells as well as the ability both to have a uniform population of these cells and to freeze and thaw them-critical for storage-may reduce the number of cells that need to be collected from embryos.
For a plant species in the wild, the ideal strategy is not to grow in large, genetically uniform populations.
Scientists at Geron have discovered methods to produce uniform populations of a number of important cell types.