PDO

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PDOPhp Data Objects (PHP extension)
PDOPacific Decadal Oscillation (weather)
PDOPetroleum Development Oman
PDOProtected Designation of Origin (EC)
PDOPanchayat Development Officer (India)
PDOPython Database Object
PDOPhysical Device Object
PDOPersistent Data Object
PDOPhp Data Objects
PDOProduct Development and Operations (various organizations)
PDOProperty Damage Only (police term for property damage traffic accident)
PDOProgram Development Officer (various organizations)
PDOPlan for Development and Operation
PDO1,3-Propanediol (chemical)
PDOPhysical Device Object (Microsoft windows drivers)
PDOProfessional Development Online (various organizations)
PDOPanzer Dragoon Orta (game)
PDOPartnership Development Officer (various organizations)
PDOParents' Day Out (church babysitting program)
PDOProject Development Objective (various applications)
PDOPalladium Oxide
PDOPublic Defenders Office
PDOPublishing Distribution Office
PDOPacket Data Optimized
PDOPrograms as Data Objects
PDOPaid Day(s) Off
PDOPersonal Day Off
PDOProfessional Development Outreach (various organizations)
PDOPook Diemont & Ohl, Inc. (equipment contractor; Bronx, NY)
PDOProgram Decision Option
PDOPurchase Delivery Order
PDOPublication Development Order (US Marine Corps)
PDOPhiladelphia District Office (US SEC)
PDOPrivate Development Organization
PDOPotentially Damaging Operation (UK)
PDOPublications Distribution Office(r)
PDOPortable Distributed Object
PDOPublic Diplomacy Officer (US Department of State)
PDOPostal Delivery Officer (Australia Post)
PDOPreceding Direct Object (French grammar)
PDOPlan for Production & Operation
PDOPersonal Development Objectives
PDOPerformance Determination Official
PDOPhased Dependent Operation
PDOPrinces d'Ovalie (French rugby team)
PDOProperty Disposal Office/r
PDOPilots Development Officer (UK)
PDOProgressive Distortion Optimal
PDOPublic Disclosure Officer
PDOPhilips-Dupont Optics (optical disc storage medium)
PDOPast Due Obligation (finance)
PDOPeak Deployable Output (water resources planning)
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Bioconversion of residual glycerol from biodiesel synthesis into 1,3-propanediol and ethanol by isolated bacteria from environmental consortia.
Crude glycerine is the main subproduct produced during biodiesel synthesis; it can be used in anaerobic fermentation as a carbon source to produce 1,3-propanediol (1,3-PD) (Barbirato et al.
Marwah, A novel downstream process for 1,3-propanediol from glycerol-based fermentation, Appl Microbiol Biotechnol, 90, 1267-1276 (2011).
In the last few years glycerol conversion to 1,3-propanediol by anaerobic bacteria (Figure 10) was studied intensively due to the potential use of the product diol in the production of polymers (Kurian, 2005).
Much of the research in this area has so far concentrated on using chemical and biological processes to convert crude glycerin to value-added products, such as hydrogen, succinic acid, 1,3-propanediol, and polyhy-droxylalkanoates.
As a compromise, 1,3-propanediol (1,3-PD), an acceptable internal standard for ethylene glycol, was also selected as the internal standard for glycolic acid in the GC-MS procedure.
Coenzyme B12 dependent glycerol dehydratase converts glycerol into 3-HPA, which is further reduced to 1,3-propanediol (Smiley and Sobolov 1962).
coli bacterium so that it can ferment corn sugar to produce the main ingredient in the company's Sorona fibre, 1,3-propanediol (trademarked name Bio-PDO).
Some areas under discussion include hydrolysis of polyesters and polycarbonates, carbon nanotube-reinforced polyester nanocomposites, recent developments in modification of cyanate ester resins, and biodegradable aliphatic polyesters derived from 1,3-propanediol.
The glucose then goes into a three-story vat of genetically engineered organisms that transform sugar into 1,3-propanediol (PDO), a chemical used to make polyurethane.
Utilizing a proprietary fermentation process, the facility produces 1,3-propanediol (Bio-PDO[TM]) from corn and other plant materials.