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  • n. The assignment of a barcode to a product and the printing of the barcode on the product
  • n. A taxonomic method that uses a short genetic marker in an organism's DNA to identify it as belonging to a particular species.

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Examples

  • "Great Lakes Cold Storage selected the Cadence warehouse management system (WMS) because of the added benefits the system provides, such as barcoding, scanning and voice picking," said Patrick Gorbett, president and CEO of Great Lakes Cold Storage.

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  • "In addition to safety measures such as barcoding and latex-free stoppers, APP has incorporated a peel off syringe label on all of its rocuronium vials," said Thomas H. Silberg, president and chief executive officer of APP Pharmaceuticals.

    Health News from Medical News Today

  • Guided by DNA "barcoding" experts at The Rockefeller University and the American Museum of Natural History, Grade 12 students Brenda Tan and Matt Cost of Trinity School, Manhattan, also revealed a lot of apparent consumer fraud in progress, finding that the labels of 11 of 66 food products purchased at local markets misrepresented the actual contents.

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  • The MexBOL network will produce barcodes in all important taxonomic groups including national campaigns, such as barcoding all trees (ArBOL), fungi, bees, aquatic insects, crayfishes, fishes, birds, mammals and more.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The scientific ability to quickly and accurately identify species through DNA "barcoding" is being embraced and applied by a growing legion of global authorities - from medical and agricultural researchers to police and customs authorities to palaeontologists and others.

    THE MEDICAL NEWS

  • The company is interested in looking at new technology, such as barcoding and radio-frequency identification chips, to make materials handling and inventory processing more efficient,

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  • All public libraries are “underfunded and heavily used” and using the honor system for used paperbacks is not “half-assed” but a perfectly sensible way for books to remains in circulation without having to go through the time and expense of cataloging & barcoding.

    Donations gone wrong « Awful Library Books

  • Among fish in general, the snippets of genetic code that scientists have analyzed suggest only about a 2 to 15 percent difference, said Dirk Steinke, lead scientist for marine barcoding at the University of Guelph in Canada.

    Census Of Marine Life: Decade-Long International Effort Completed, Shows Connectedness Of Oceanic Creatures Across The World

  • Every once in a while I think about getting a barcode scanner to put my books into LibraryThing, but a significant number of them don't have barcodes, either because they're ARCs or because they predate barcoding (and, in some cases, ISBNs).

    MIND MELD: The Pros and Cons of eBooks

  • If fortune in business does not always favor the bold, misfortune seems a far more certain fate for those in the media who fail to respond to the fifth wave of computing -- the massive ramping up of the mobile Internet and the evolution of mobile phones into "life devices" through 3G, cloud computing, GPS and second generation barcoding.

    The Fifth Wave Of Computing

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