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VITVitality (Final Fantasy)
VITVitro
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VITVellore Institute of Technology (Tamil Nadu, India)
VITVideo Testline
VITVoice Inactivity Timer
VITVisual Information Technologies
VITVictorian Institute of Teaching (Australia)
VITVirginia International Terminals
VITVishwakarma Institute of Technology (India)
VITVirtual Interconnect Test (software)
VITVitoria, Spain - Vitoria (Airport Code)
VITVan Kampen High Income Trust (stock symbol)
VITVietnam Institute for Trade
VITVisual International Transliteration
VITVirtual Interactive Target
VITVemana Institute of Technology (Bangalore, India)
VITVirtual Information Technology
VITVitrage Isolant Technique (French: Glass Insulation Technology)
VITVenom Allergen Immunotherapy
VITVoid in Toilet
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In the present study, we analyze the reproducibility of cattle tongue titration from data collected over 30 years of cattle tongue titrations in comparison to the results obtained with the same samples using in vitro titration.
VITRO Cebu 2 is ePLDT's 10th data center facility in the country to date.
VITRO Cebu 2 is ePLDT's 10th data center facility in the country housing up to 800 racks, bringing ePLDT VITRO Network's total rack capacity to 9,150.
However, supplementation of the FF to the in vitro maturation media can lead to changes in mRNA abundance, influencing gene expression not only in the oocytes but also in the blastocyst stages (Watson et al., 2000; Young et al., 2001; Lonergan et al., 2003; Wrenzycki et al., 2005; Cruz et al., 2014).
Thanks to this in vitro plant laboratory, whose annual production capacity is estimated at around 4 million rootstocks, satisfying the needs of the local market and exporting to several countries notably Algeria, Italy, France, Lebanon, Afghanistan, Eritrea, etc.," said the engineer, adding that the production of the laboratory covers protected and local varieties of all fruit species, including apricots, peaches, almond trees, olive trees, pomegranate trees, pistachio trees, etc.
Although the growth of in vitro preantral follicles can result in fertilizable oocytes and successful childbirth (9), the technique of In Vitro Maturation (IVM) needs to be further enhanced because GV oocytes have a reasonable ability to mature and reach the Metaphase II (MII) stage.
In vitro shoots were transferred to a half-strength MS medium containing different concentrations of NAA or IBA in MS or B5 medium.