Definition of microchip
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U.S. citizens are subject to neither; their photos are digitally stored in a microchip in their passports with biographical data.
But then a veterinarian in Montana found the cat's identifying microchip and the name of her owner, Ron Buss.
If your pet doesn’t have a microchip identification implant, talk with your veterinarian about providing one for your four-legged friend.
Unfortunately the cat had no collar, and no microchip was found, either.
Now, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT), in Cambridge, Massachusetts, have managed to condense much of that equipment to a microchip just a few millimeters across.
These rely on the key enabling technology of microfluidics, which uses specially designed microchips to manipulate tiny amounts of liquid.
The fee includes a microchip, deworming, rabies and booster vaccinations and spaying or neutering.
All pets adopted from both the county and city shelters receive licenses, along with microchips and spaying and neutering surgeries.
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computers : a group of tiny electronic circuits that work together on a very small piece of hard material (such as silicon)
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