BUC

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BUCBureau of Unemployment Compensation (various locations)
BUCBackup Controller
BUCBackup Computer
BUCBackup Converter
BUCBergen University College (Norway)
BUCBlock Up Converter (satellite component)
BUCBenson University Center (Wake Forest University; North Carolina)
BUCBuchnera
BUCBibliothèque Universitaire Centrale (French: Central University Library; various universities)
BUCBusiness Use Case (software engineering)
BUCBusiness Unit Controller
BUCBesançon Université Club (French: Besançon University Club; Besançon, France)
BUCChief Builder (Naval Rating)
BUCBoston Urban Ceilidh (social dancing; Boston, MA)
BUCBlessed/Uncursed/Cursed (NetHack)
BUCBrest Université Club (French university sports group)
BUCBus Unit Controller
BUCBulk Unitization Charges (shipping)
BUCBunker Contribution
BUCBrothers Under Christ (Christian fraternity)
BUCBackup Concentrator
BUCBuckhorn California
BUCBack Up Computer
BUCBack Up Converter
BUCBackup Commanding
BUCBack Up Controller
BUCBlood Urea Concentration (nephrology)
BUCBilling Unit Code
BUCBilan Universitaire de Compétences (French: Academic Skills Assessment)
BUCBusiness Unit Contribution
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Comparative analysis of two genomic regions among four strains of Buchnera aphidicola, primary endosymbiont of aphids.
By contrast, the only genetic material of likely Buchnera origin is two highly truncated pseudogenes (111DnaE and tAtpH) (Nikoh et al.
1991) y la infeccion con Buchnera es el resultado de un unico episodio ancestral (Moran et al.
The scientists showed just how much this domesticated Buchnera has changed from free-living bacteria.
monnieri [2,9] Buchnera longifolia Kunth [1,6,9] Cheilophyllum sphaerocarpum Urb.
Mutualistic associations of aphids and prokaryotes: biology of the genus Buchnera.
All modern- day aphids now carry these bacteria, which belong to the genus Buchnera.
Examples of this flower type occur in both subfamilies of the Scrophulariaceae, for example, in Penstemon (Cheloneae) and Buchnera (Agalineae) (Pennell, 1935).
The Carsonella genome from the psyllid Pachypsylla venustas is only about one-third the size of the Buchnera symbiont from aphids, known previously as the smallest bacterial genome.