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BRUBug Reporting Utility
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BRUBulk Rename Utility (file renaming software)
BRUBackup & Restore Utility
BRUBank Restructuring Unit
BRUBankruptcy Restriction Undertaking (UK)
BRUBrussels, Belgium - National (Airport Code)
BRUBetter Regulation Unit (Hong Kong)
BRUBomb Release Unit
BRUBoresight Reticle Unit(s)
BRUBlanket Routine Uses (US government)
BRUBattery Regulation Unit
BRUBe Right Up
BRUBarostatic Release Unit
BRUBromide Urine
BRUBoat Repair Unit
BRUBiosurgical Research Unit (UK)
BRUBattery Replaceable Unit
BRUBiotechnology Research Unit (various locations)
BRUBlood Recovery Unit
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During the recently concluded 2019 Philippine Plant Festival, Fernando Aurige, who currently works at the Plant Mutation Breeding and Biotechnology Research Unit, a division of the Philippine Nuclear Research Institute that specializes in the research of nuclear science and technology in agriculture through mutation breeding of crop plants, discussed some of the newest discoveries made in the field.
[14] Biomedical Biotechnology Research Unit (BioBRU), Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology & Biotechnology, Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa
"There's only so much you can do with sugar because of the competing uses for it," says Qureshi, who's in the Peoria center's Fermentation Biotechnology Research Unit. Wheat straw, by comparison, is typically left on crop fields after harvest to forestall soil erosion or used as feed or bedding for livestock--though new, value-added uses are being explored.
Nasib Qureshi is in the Fermentation Biotechnology Research Unit, USDA-ARS National Center for Agricultural Utilization Research, 1815 N.
Saha, USDA-ARS Fermentation Biotechnology Research Unit, Peoria, Illinois; phone (309) 681-6276, e-mail sahabc@ncaur.usda.gov.
Whitehead, USDA-ARS Fermentation Biotechnology Research Unit, Peoria, Illinois; phone (309) 681-6272, e-mail whitehtr@ncaur.
"In our research with traditional alcohol fermentations, we found that the digestibility of starch influenced ethanol production efficiency as much as total starch content did, and that Bt protein in GM corn was not detectable after fermentation," says Dien, a chemical engineer in the Fermentation Biotechnology Research Unit (FBRU).
Katrina Cornish and Deborah Siler are in the USDA-ARS Process Biotechnology Research Unit, Western Regional Research Center, 800 Buchanan St., Albany, CA 94710; phone (510) 559-5950, fax (510) 559-5777.
Douglas King, Jr., USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Process Biotechnology Research Unit, 800 Buchanan St., Albany, CA 94710.
Merle L Weaver is at the USDA-ARS Western Regional Research Center, Process Biotechnology Research Unit, 800 Buchanan St., Albany, CA 94710.
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