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Main memory daughter-card plugged into a Dell Latitude XPi P133ST lap-top

A daughter-board (sometimes called a daughter-card) is a smaller PCB which plugs into another, larger one (sometimes a motherboard), as opposed to a backplane, which can usually hold a number of similarly-sized cards.