marbling


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the intermixture of fat and lean in a cut of meat

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Other approaches to paper marbling include using specific colors of both chalk and background colors, cutting shapes for collage out of the marbled paper (similar to author Eric Carle's approach), painting on the marbled paper, or folding the finished paper and using it as the covers of a book.
A number of scholars believe that marbling originated in China more than 2000 years ago and spread to Japan as early as the twelfth century, where it is still known as suminagashi.
With these data, the researchers developed a computerized image-processing system that can quantify marbling from gray-scale patterns in rib-tissue ultrasound images.
Last year, the Iowa State researchers modified the computer algorithms to evaluate marbling based on ultrasound pictures of about 500 carcasses.