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AGSMAustralian Graduate School of Management
AGSMAmerican Girl Stop Motion (videos)
AGSMAnderson Graduate School of Management
AGSMArt Gallery of Southwestern Manitoba (Canada)
AGSMAmerican Graduate School of Management
AGSMAnti-G Straining Maneuver
AGSMAtkinson Graduate School of Management (Willamette University; Salem, OR)
AGSMAgricultural Systems Management
AGSMAlternative Game Server Monitor (online gaming program)
AGSMAnnual General Shareholders Meeting
AGSMAmerican Gold Star Mothers, Inc.
AGSMAgropyron Smithii
AGSMAthens Graduate School of Management (Greece)
AGSMArea General Sales Manager
AGSMAgricultural Sub-Model
AGSMAlliance Graduate School of Mission
AGSMAssociate of the Guildhall School of Music (UK)
AGSMAgenzia Generale dei Servizi Municipalizzati (Italy)
AGSMAssociation of GCRC System Managers
AGSMAgency Sales Magazine
AGSMAssociate, Guildhall School of Music (And Drama)
AGSMAsociación Guatemalteca de Servicios Medicos (Guatemalan Association for Medical Services)
AGSMAsociación Guatemalteca de Servicios Medicos
AGSMAnti-Globalization Social Movements
AGSMAtypical Glands Suspicious for Malignancy
AGSMAmerican Scripture Gift Mission
AGSMAssistant Guest Services Manager
AGSMAsia at the Graduate School of Management
AGSMAva Gorham Strip Mine
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and Rupr., a perennial [C.sub.3] bunchgrass; Agropyron smithii Rydb., a perennial [C.sub.3] rhizomatous grass; and Artemisia frigida, a perennial half-shrub.
Cytotaxonomy and infraspecific variation of Agropyron smithii Rydb.
CRP fields (mean size = 10.5 ha) were enrolled in the CP2 option and were seeded with the Kansas ASCS recommended mixture of Indian grass (Sorghastrum nutans), big bluestem (Andropogon gerardii), sideoats grama (Bouteloua curtipendula), little bluestem (Schizachyrium scoparium), western wheatgrass (Agropyron smithii) and switchgrass (Panicum virgatum) in 1987 or 1988.
Rubisco was considered the most thermolabile enzyme in the Calvin cycle in most species (Bjorkman and Badger, 1977), and reduced capacity of the enzyme appeared to limit photosynthesis up to 40 [degrees] C in wheatgrass (Agropyron smithii Rydb.) (Monson et al., 1982).