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SLSingle Line
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SLStreet Legal
SLSnow Leopard (computer operating system; Apple Computer, Inc.)
SLSquad Leader
SLSleeper (Indian Railways train class)
SLSource Language (translation)
SLShelf Life
SLSlime
SLSick Leave
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SLSublingual (under the tongue)
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SLSool (postal region, Somalia)
SLSouthern League (AA Baseball Minor League)
SLSenior Level
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SLSkylight
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SLStrong Link (physics)
SLStorage Location
SLScout Leader
SLSpace Lab
SLSuperlattice
SLSea Launch
SLScan Line
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SLSurathkal (station code, Indian Railways
SLSection Leader
SLStructural Level
SLComet Shoemaker-Levy
SLStandard Label (tapes)
SLSecurity Layer (telecommunications protocol)
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SLSylvan Lake (Alberta, Canada)
SLSaccharum Lactis
SLSonoluminescence
SLSoap Lake (Washington)
SLSmall Leaf (plant physiology)
SLSide Lobe
SLSupervisory Level
SLShift Leader
SLSwitch Locator (US DoD)
SLShared Lock
SLSystem Layer
SLSegment Leader
SLStar Lord (Cyberguard firewall)
SLSand Land (Manga)
SLShoot Length
SLSoluble Liquid
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SLSuburban Legends (band)
SLSpace Laser
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SLSports Light (Mercedes)
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SLShadow Labs (World of Warcraft gaming)
SLStrictly Linear
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SLShort Landing
SLSignal Link
SLSpecification Limit
SLStationary Low (power reactor)
SLShadow Lords (game)
SLSandia Laboratories
SLSalt Lake City Southern (railroad)
SLSpecialised Lending
SLSensor Link
SLStrouhal Number
SLSound Locator
SLSummary Links (OSPF)
SLSalvage Loss
SLShady Limited (clothing brand)
SLShining Lore (MMORPG)
SLSynchronization Likelihood
SLSolicitor at Law
SLSport Und Leicht (German, Mercedes-Benz SL)
SLSurface Lease (US and Canada)
SLStockage Level
SLStrategic List
SLsupplier lock
SLSegment Library
SLSymmetric Superlattice
SLSaha-Langmuir (equation)
SLSalem Technical Services
SLStrategic Locator (missing children)
SLSubmarine Qualification Lapsed (US Navy)
SLLarge Signal Search Light (US Navy)
SLSpontaneous Laughing
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We verified 41 samples as snow leopard scats, all of which represented one single snow leopard haplotype previously published in Genbank (Accession numbers D28904, EF551004, NC_010638, DQ097339).
You'll need to be running the latest version of Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6.8) to install the update.
It is believed that there are only 4,500 to 7,500 snow leopards alive today.
The wildlife resources survey team, in the 1960s, recorded snow leopard in TNNR (Qian and Zhang, 1965).
According to a recent scientific study by Yale University, there are 300 to 420 estimated snow leopards left in these snow-covered mountain ranges of Pakistan, out of a total estimated world population of 4,000 to 7,000.
* A snow leopard is able to kill prey up to three times its weight.
That's where Apple's heading and that's why Snow Leopard is such a big deal.
"Snow Leopard builds on our most successful operating system ever and we're happy to get it to users earlier than expected," said Bertrand Serlet, Apple's senior vice president of Software Engineering.
There are just 3,000 snow leopards left in the wild.
The snow leopard (Uncia uncia), which ranges through the Himalayas, Hindu Kush, Tien Shan and other Central Asian mountain ranges, has an estimated wild population of only 3,500 to 7,000 individuals.
And with the governments of Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan reluctant to help, it could spell the end for the snow leopard.
The innovative experiment is encouraging for future snow leopard conservation, demonstrating that remote cameras can be used to census populations, while also investigating whether the density of snow leopard signs-of-presence can allow researchers to estimate cat numbers.