INRA


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AcronymDefinition
INRAInstitut National de la Recherche Agronomique (French: National Institute for Agricultural Research; Paris, France; est. 1946)
INRAInstituto Nacional de Reforma Agraria (Spanish: National Institute for Agrarian Reform; various nations)
INRAInland Northwest Research Alliance
INRAInternational Nuclear Regulators Association (est. 1997)
INRAInstitute for Natural Resources in Africa
INRAInternational Natural Rubber Agreement
INRAInternational Nuclear Recycling Alliance
INRAIesus Nazerenus Rex Iudaeorum (Jesus of Nazareth, King of the Jews)
INRAIllinois Norsk Rosemalers Association
INRAInformatie en Rekencentrum Autoverzekeringen
INRAInternational Network Routing Addresses
INRAIntergalactic Naval Research Arm
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This patent's promotion was entrusted to INRA TRANSFERT, the INRA subsidiary responsible for valorizing innovations.
INRA Transfert, an INRA subsidiary, is a project management consulting company specialized in the field of innovative technologies arising from INRA research laboratories.
The gene that permits sodium to be carried from the leaves to the roots has been identified in this model species "and it is reasonable to believe that the plant's resistance to salt may be increased by boosting this gene", according to INRA.
The INRA station is involved in several programs of viticultural and enological research.
In response, INRA Colmar has produced a new intraspecific cross between Pinot gris and Muscat Ottonel.
At the INRA research station, by contrast, the vigneron usually waits another month before hedging; Third, vertical shoot positioning is used.
INRA researchers told me that the very common rootstock 5BB is subject to iron chlorosis on limestone soils in cool, wet years, especially following a large crop the previous year.
The INRA station is in the midst of a potentially important research project on anti-viral strategies.
Sitting in the 13th century cellar which the INRA station uses as its winery, I was given a glass of very fine Gewurz.