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trace

(trās),
1. Evidence of the former existence, influence, or action of an object, phenomenon, or event.
2. An extremely small amount or barely discernible indication of something.
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TRACE

Cardiology A clinical trial–Trandolapril Cardiac Evaluation that evaluated the effect of an ACE inhibitor on the M&M of Pts with acute MI. See Acute myocardial infarction, Trandolapril Molecular medicine Trial of Genetic Assessment in Breast Cancer.
McGraw-Hill Concise Dictionary of Modern Medicine. © 2002 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc.

trace

(tras) [O.Fr. tracier]
1. A very small quantity.
2. A visible mark or sign.

primitive trace

Synonym: primitive streak
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trace

(trās)
1. Evidence of former existence, influence, or action of an object, phenomenon, or event.
2. Extremely small amount or barely discernible indication of something.
Medical Dictionary for the Dental Professions © Farlex 2012
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"PAGREXO will ensure that this seed potato traceability and certification system is implemented from the coming potato season and they will make this project financially self sustainable.
Container-level serialization is commonly used for traceability in this supply chain.
It would also depend upon consumer awareness and consciousness beyond brand perception alone to trigger demand for complete traceability on each and every product.
On this occasion, Schneider Electric unveiled a proof of concept for its new "End to End Traceability" application, as part of EcoStruxure for Industry.
We use RFID technologies for high speed, non-line of sight data identification and traceability; we use a combination of RFID standards Like Low frequency (LF), High Frequency (HF) and Ultra High Frequency (UHF) depending upon the application.
Previous studies introduced approaches to traceability links between software artifacts.
As defined by the International Vocabulary of Metrology (VIM), metrological traceability is a "property of the measurement result whereby the result can be related to a reference through a documented unbroken chain of calibrations, each contributing to the measurement uncertainty." Notes in the definition clarify that a "reference" can be a definition of a measurement unit, a measurement procedure, or a measurement standard, and (for internationally recognized accreditation) the reference should be a national or international reference standard with traceability to the International System of Units (SI), where available.
If, on the other hand, the issue can be identified using traceability related to a specific scope of materials, which for example had been found to be counterfeit, then a "precision recall" can be made where only the exact product units shipped are identified and recalled, in a far more cost-effective, less public and well-managed way.
"Case studies show the business efficiencies that come with having traceability systems in place, and retailers are already seeing the benefits," asserts Hilary Thesmar, chief food and product safety officer and VP, food safety programs at Arlington, Va.-based FMI.
Traceability verifies the history and location of a product by means of recorded and documented identification.
With the Philippine demand for cacao still much higher than local production, industry players are calling for sustainability of output as well as traceability and higher quality of produce farm.