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Very few experiments have been conducted which divulge about the synergistic effects of organic acid blend (OAB) along with MOS (Ozduven et al., 2009), and to the best of our knowledge no data is present regarding the combined effect of MOS and OAB and supplementation on small intestine microarchitecture and selected serum parameters in broilers.
The trabecular microarchitecture parameters include trabecular bone volume per unit of total volume (BV/TV, bone volume fraction), trabecular thickness (Tb.Th), trabecular number (Tb.N), trabecular separation (Tb.Sp), trabecular pattern factor (Tb.Pf), and structure model index (SMI).
The new microarchitecture was optimized to take advantage of the new capabilities of the 14nm manufacturing process.
It brings many of Intel's unique assets to bear in a completely new microarchitecture that has been designed and optimized using Intel's 22nm process technology.
The previous-generation E5 and E7 chips based on the Sandy Bridge microarchitecture were released in March this year.
This capability arises from the microarchitecture achieved by developers, in which each comb-like array contains 10 nozzles just 10 lain wide, fabricated using semiconductor industry etching and deposition techniques.
Bone strength is determined by its material composition, structure, geometry, and microarchitecture. (8) Bone density testing with dual-energy X-ray absorptiometry (DEXA) allows assessment of areal bone density, which reflects the amount of calcium (bone mineral composition) represented in an area of bone (bone mass), but it does not discriminate between cortical and cancellous bone compartments nor does it permit assessment of bone microarchitecture.
Pentium I: Is Intel's fifth-generation and first superscalar x86 microarchitecture. It included dual integer pipelines, a faster FPU, wider data bus, separate code and data caches and features for further reduced address calculation latency
Its novel macroporous microarchitecture consists of a network of interconnecting cells and pores, creating an environment highly conducive to applications in regenerative medicine, drug discovery, and stem cell research.
Codenamed EoACA[pounds sterling]Sandy Bridge,EoACA[yen] the chips will be based on IntelEoACAOs first new EoACA[pounds sterling]visibly smartEoACA[yen] microarchitecture produced on the companyEoACAOs cutting-edge manufacturing factories, or EoACA[pounds sterling]fabs,EoACA[yen] at 32-nanometer (nm is a billionth of a meter) process technology with second- generation high-k metal gate transistors.
Now this alliance considerably extends the ways Microsoft can use ARM technology: for instance, now the company is free to develop its own microarchitecture based on ARM technology.
<p>Westmere is based on the same microarchitecture underpinnings as Nehalem chips, which are made using the 45-nm process.