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the four-dimensional analogue of a cube

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Embryo transfer at least 8-cell stage on day 3 was performed with respect to quality, cycle count and female age.
Development rate was carried out by assessing the time required for certain cell stage (2-cell, 4-cell, 8-cell, 16-cell, morulla and blastula stage) to be accomplished (Figure1).
Morphologically optimal embryos were those with stage-specific cell size (8-cell stage at 68 [+ or -] 1 hours after insemination), with less than 10% fragments and no multinucleation.
The simulations included the proposed unit cell and are ordered by varying different arrays arrangements [15], like 1 x 8-cell array and 3 x 8-, 4 x 8-, and 6 x 8-cell arrays.
The following developmental stages were recorded: 6- to 8-cell stages on the third day, and blastocyst, morula, 2- to 8-cell, and atretic stages on the fifth day.
In this study, we treated zygotes with 0.03 mM [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] at 7 hpi (G1 phase) to induce oxidative stress in zygotes, finding that [H.sub.2][O.sub.2] reduced the rate of blastocyst formation at day 4 but did not reduce the rates of 2-cell formation, 4-cell formation, and 8-cell formation until day 3 as compared with that observed in untreated control zygotes, representing the most similar situation to clinically observed phenomena [29, 30].
Researchers found that by using single-cell genetic profiling and noninvasive imaging they were able to identify chromosomally normal and abnormal embryos up to the 8-cell stage of development.
During the initial stages, the transcriptional ability of embryos is limited until embryonic genome activation, which occurs at the 8-cell stage in bovine embryos (7,8), demonstrating the relevance of oocyte quality and the embryo's ability to metabolize its own reserves and external energetic substrates (7-9).
The first clear zygotic gene expression begins at the 16-cell stage, although some genes that start to be expressed at the 16-cell stage are also expressed faintly at the 8-cell stage.
Plus, the Lenovo's 8-cell lithium-polymer battery lets users run the device for up to two hours, adding a dimension of mobility to an otherwise large device."
Moreover the rates of embryo development to the 8-cell stage in cumulus cells free oocytes were significantly higher than those of cumulus-intact oocytes.
With the introduction of blastocyst culture and transfer of blastocysts, this parameter is included in the definition of RIF and requires the transfer of [greater than or equal to]8, 8-cell embryos or [greater than or equal to]5 blastocysts without pregnancy (7).
The weapon package includes one Oto Melara 76/62 mm Super Rapido main gun, two DCNS Sylver A43 8-cell VLS for 16 MBDA Aster 15s and in the near future two Sylver A70 VLS for 16 MdCN, two MU-90 torpedo launchers and eight MBDA Exocet Block 3 anti-ship missiles (ASM), plus two Nexter Narwhal 20mm remotely operated turrets, though the latter will be introduced with the second of class.
Eggs were put into 8-cell plastic trays (C-D International, Pitman, New Jersey) for hatching with a moistened cotton ball inside each cell.