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The arranging of sequenced fragments of DNA in the correct position in their cognate chromosome, resulting in a single, continuous sequence.
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Part 5: Dismantling, preparing for transportation, transportation and reassembly and commissioning Raman spectrometer and a set of lasers SpectraPhysics.
Caption: Scott Eccleston, Crystal Bridges' director of grounds and facilities, says the reassembly of the Bachman Wilson House, designed by famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright and moved from New Jersey, is nearly complete and the house should be open to tours by this fall.
In the past, a second aircraft was needed to haul in special reassembly equipment, and additional personnel.
Disassembly and reassembly of pipes and heating surfaces.
It eliminates the time and expense associated with change-out of filters from stainless steel housings and the cleaning and reassembly of the filter/housing unit(s).
The series features the RotorRail[TM] design that enables full validation access to the rotor and all internal surfaces of the housing without time-consuming disassembly of the endplate, or the concern for accurate rotor I realignment during reassembly.
When customers require the capability to produce advanced tubing that is sometimes as fine or even finer than a single human hair, the residue left in the chamber can create unnecessary and unwanted downtime because of the complexity of its cleaning and reassembly, according to the company.
When the firing pin spring is pushed forward, a small stem which is inserted in the rear of this spring can be pushed down into this semicircular cut where it will lock the spring into place to permit reassembly.
The researchers have not yet determined whether VacA's acid-induced toxicity results from the petals themselves or from their reassembly into some altered configuration.
Mark all the joints with a wax crayon or a felt-tipped marker on masking tape to guide the reassembly.
But on the Blues Explosion's third album Orange (1994), Spencer's feverish reassembly of signifiers is slick, voyeuristic shtick - a clever ransacking of black culture for whites' amusement.
Reassembly of the motor is expected in January, with factory testing expected to continue into February, prior to acceptance of the motor by the Navy.