BRL

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AcronymDefinition
BRLBrazil Real (Currency Unit)
BRLBarrel
BRLBristol Robotics Laboratory (UK)
BRLBabe Ruth League, Inc. (youth baseball)
BRLBasic Research Laboratories (Nippon Telegraph and Telephone; Japan)
BRLBenelux Racing League (various locations)
BRLBusiness Reporting Language
BRLBallistic Research Laboratory (Aberdeen Proving Ground, Maryland)
BRLBraille Through Remote Learning
BRLBuilding Restriction Line
BRLBiomedical Research Laboratory (various locations)
BRLBeecham Research Laboratories (drug industry)
BRLBee Research Laboratory
BRLBranch and Link (computing)
BRLBank Reference Letter
BRLBallistic Research Laboratories
BRLBeautiful Report Language
BRLBanana River Lagoon (Florida)
BRLBiomechanics Research Lab
BRLBuild-Reciprocal-Link (computing)
BRLBiosciences Research Laboratory (USDA)
BRLBraille Readers are Leaders
BRLBurlington, IA, USA - Burlington Municipal Airport (Airport Code)
BRLBrunswick Rail Leasing (Russia)
BRLBomb Release Line
BRLBiomedical Regulatory Line (hotline)
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Evans and Bee Research Laboratory colleague Judy Chen were also part of an international team that closely followed 29 European honey bee colonies, carefully monitoring for pathogens, parasites, and bee proteins.
Department of Agriculture's Bee Research Laboratory. "I plant tiger and oriental lilies.
Evans is in the USDA-ARS Bee Research Laboratory, 10300 Baltimore Avenue, Beltsville, MD 20705; phone (301) 504-5143, fax (301) 504-8736, e-mail jay.evans@usda.gov.
Evans at ARS' Bee Research Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland.
Pettis at the Beltsville Bee Research Laboratory to see if the LT-SEM technique may help bee researchers better understand how parasitic mites like Varroa interact with their bee hosts.
Entomologist Jeff Pettis, who is with the ARS Bee Research Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, has been looking for a way to snag mites that have been threatening honey bees for years.
Hachiro Shimanuki, USDA-ARS Bee Research Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland; phone (301) 504-8975, e-mail hshimanu@asrr.arsusda.gov.
Batra, who is at the ARS Bee Research Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
Eischen is at the USDA-ARS Honey Bee Research Laboratory, 2413 E.
"Cold weather kills honey bees, and bees already stressed by parasites are especially vulnerable," says Erickson, research leader at ARS' Carl Hayden Bee Research Laboratory in Tucson, Arizona.
Nick Calderone is at the USDA-ARS Bee Research Laboratory, Bldg.
Cristina Arias, and Nathan Schiff are at the USDA-ARS Bee Research Laboratory, Bldg.