AMCA

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AcronymDefinition
AMCAAtlas Mathematical Conference Abstracts
AMCAAmerican Mosquito Control Association
AMCAAir Movement and Control Association International, Inc. (often incorrectly called Air Moving and Conditioning Association)
AMCA7-Amino-4-Methylcoumarin-3-acetic Acid
AMCAAlaskan Malamute Club of America
AMCAAmino-Methyl Cyclohexane-Carboxylic Acid
AMCAAntique Motorcycle Club of America
AMCAAlmae Matris Croaticae Alumni (association of former students of Croation universities)
AMCAAmateur Motor Cycle Association (UK)
AMCAAve Maria College of the Americas
AMCAAsian Marine Conservation Association (Belgharia, Kolkata, India)
AMCAAminomethylcoumarin Acetate
AMCAAmerican Muscle Car Association
AMCAAsociación de México de Control Automático
AMCAAdams Morgan Community Association
AMCAAssociated Male Choruses of America
AMCAAcide Monochloracétique
AMCAArizona Municipal Clerks' Association
AMCAAmerican Motors Club of Alberta
AMCAAdvanced Media Coverage Analysis
AMCAAir Conditioning & Mechanical Contractors' Association of Australia
AMCAAmerican Mobile Communications Association
AMCAAdministración del Mercado Cultural de Anhui
AMCAÁrea de Mata Ciliar Atual (Portugese)
AMCAAnalysis of Multiple Concatenations Algorithm
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said Conlon, of the American Mosquito Control Association, simply because of the (http://www.
These state agencies worked in close collaboration with the American Mosquito Control Association and North Carolina Mosquito and Vector Control Association (NCMVCA) to meet the needs of stakeholders and communities.
Source reduction is the most effective and permanent method of mosquito control, and includes removing empty containers that collect rainwater in and around residential areas, covering swimming pools that are not in use, retrofitting catch basins to eliminate standing water, and constructing dikes in salt marshes (University of Florida, American Mosquito Control Association, 2001).
Examples of larvicides include concentrations of certain types of bacteria found in nature, monomolecular surface films, oils, and chemical growth inhibitors (University of Florida, American Mosquito Control Association, 2001).
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