PLAICE

The PLAICE, or FLASH-PLAICE, is a powerful open source hardware device, combining a flash memory programmer, in-circuit emulation, and a high-speed multi-channel logic analyzer. It is built around a 32-bit RISC Microblaze processor, realized on a Xilinx Spartan-3E starter kit development board. The platform-independent control software is written in Java, and contains plugins for I2C and SPI protocol analyzers.

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Thomas Hood - Marriage and Family Life
... But he warns her to watch for any plaice that “has any appearance of red or orange spots, as they are a sure sign of an advanced stage of decomposition.” Of course when the fish-seller comes Mrs ... Hood refuses to purchase her plaice she exclaims “My good woman… I could not think of buying any plaice with those very unpleasant red spots!” Hood was much amused by the fish-sellers expression ...
Alaska Plaice
... Alaska plaice (Pleuronectes quadrituberculatus) is a saltwater fish that live in the North Pacific Ocean ... Alaska plaice feed mostly on polychaetes, but also eat amphipods and echiurans ... commercial fisheries do not target Alaska plaice, and bycatch by commercial trawlers targeting other groundfish is the sole source of significant harvest of this species ...
European Plaice - Threats
... Plaice, along with the other major demersal fish in the North Sea such as cod, monkfish and sole, is listed by the ICES as "outside safe biological limits." Moreover, they are growing less quickly now and are ... Fund says that in 2006 that "of the eight plaice stocks recognised by ICES, only one is considered to be harvested sustainably while three are overexploited ... International has added the European plaice to its seafood red list ...
American Plaice
... The American plaice or sole, Hippoglossoides platessoides, is a flatfish that belongs, along with other right-eyed flounders, to the Pleuronectidae family ... American plaice are an Atlantic species ... A 1997 study reports that plaice are endangered in Canada due to overfishing ...