BMPABritish Meat Processors Association (UK)
BMPABasic Membrane Protein A (genetics)
BMPABombay Master Printers' Association
BMPABureau of Motion Picture Affairs (Office of War Information)
BMPABoston Motion Picture Awards
BMPABone Marrow Proliferation Activity
BMPABone Marrow Proliferation Assay (molecular biology)
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The BMPA has also launched a campaign #FairParking to end the unfair penalties on motorists.
The ATC first took up the battle in 2001 as developers under the name “Alpine Rose Motorsports Club” applied for land use permits to build “a country club for sports car enthusiasts.” With encouragement from the Delaware Valley Chapter of the Appalachian Mountain Club and the newly formed BMPA, the ATC board of managers voted in 2001 to take action in opposing the development.
Philip Hambling, food policy manager from the BMPA, said that wet or dirty animals could represent a processing cost that neither producers nor operators wanted to bear.
miyamotoi sensu lato, including the flagellin FlaB protein, the GroEL heat shock proteins, and the BmpA (P39) protein (19,25).
Best Trade Organisation: British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) 3.
The announcement comes a day after the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA) said it was seeking to claim compensation for more than pounds 16m in losses its members suffered in the crisis.
Also wading into the debate was the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA), which fears the proposed payments system will squeeze domestic food supply and increase the country's reliance on imports.
A NEW member has joined the board of the British Pig Executive (Bpex), representing the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA).
"The NFU can work with the BMPA and other trade associations to increase business effectiveness and enhance profitability.
John, nominated by the British Meat Processors Association (BMPA), is from a farming background and joined Dalehead in 1973 as livestock buyer.