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ABOAbonnement (German: Subscription)
ABOAbortion
ABOAboriginal
ABOAnybody but Obama (politics)
ABOAmway Business Owner
ABOAccumulated Benefit Obligation
ABOAccumulated Benefit Obligation (pension plan accounting)
ABOAdmin Base Object
ABOAction Based Outcome
ABOActive Business Object
ABOAmerican Board of Ophthalmology
ABOAmerican Board of Opticianry (Springfield, VA)
ABOAlgal Biomass Organization (Preston, MN)
ABOAmerican Board of Orthodontics
ABOAssociated Builders and Owners
ABOAmerican Board of Otolaryngology
ABOAssociation of British Orchestras
ABOAmsterdam Baroque Orchestra
ABOAlaska Bird Observatory
ABOAviators Breathing Oxygen
ABOArmy Budget Office
ABOAir Base Operability
ABOAmerican Board of Opticians
ABOAgents of Biological Origin
ABOAccelerated Bookbuilt Offering (investing)
ABOAutomated Box Office (American Multi-Cinema, Inc.)
ABOAdmin Base Objects (Microsoft IIS)
ABOAir-Breathing Organ (fish biology)
ABOAssociation des Bibliotechniciens de l'Ontario
ABOAntibodies Blood Group
ABOAtlanta Baroque Orchestra (Atlanta, Georgia)
ABOAdiabatic Born-Oppenheimer
ABOAnnular Beam Oscillator
ABOArbitration Out
ABOAirborne Order
ABOAbsent Bed Occupancy
ABOAdvanced Byte-Oriented
ABOAntibonding Bond Orbital
ABOAsociación Benedictina Olivetana Centro Educacional (Olivetana Benedictine Association Educational Center, Guatemala)
ABOAcross Border Operations
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The peer-review study — the first to analyse real-world data from an existing algae-to-energy demonstration scale farm — indicates the environmental and energy benefits of algae biofuel are at least on equal footing with, and likely better than, first-generation biofuels, Algal Biomass Organization of Preston, Minn., said Thursday in a release.
In addition, Boeing sponsors and serves on the board of the Algal Biomass Organization and a member of the Roundtable on Sustainable Biofuels, an international initiative bringing together industry, investors, environmental organizations and producers of biofuels feedstock.
It is put on by the Algal Biomass Organization, a Preston, Minn., group that seeks to promote commercial uses of algae products.Seeking to unite and enhance much of the algal work under way in San Diego County is a new research consortium.