CCDD

AcronymDefinition
CCDDCincinnati Center for Developmental Disorders
CCDDCenter for Craniofacial Development and Disorders
CCDDCenter for Communicable Disease Dynamics (Harvard University; Boston, MA)
CCDDCommand Center Description Document
CCDDConstruction and Community Development Department, Chamber of Commerce of the United States of America
CCDDCatastrophic Cap and Deductible Database (TRICARE)
CCDDCore Component Design Description
CCDDCommunity Corrections and Detention Division
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In conclusion, MS is basically a CCDD, though it may show clinical variability according to the etiopathogenesis and has a wide clinical variation.
CCDD is a term that identifies individuals who have been diagnosed with multimorbidities that affect psychological, social, physical, and vocational functioning and require ongoing health care resource utilization [36-38].
CCDD [9] is new clustering algorithm based on characteristics of density distribution.
is a tetraploid wild Oryza species with a CCDD genome type (Oka 1961, 1988, Kihara 1963 in Vaughan 1989, Akimoto 1998).
cylindrica (as female parent; genomes CCDD) and bread wheat (genomes BBAADD) and obtained 16 to 21% hybrid seeds.
In the course of this discussion I put a stanza on the board, explaining both the form itself and the system of notation used to diagram it (aBaB ccDD ...).
Prairie Material's aggregates division operates 15 separate points of sale; quarries, sand and gravel pits, rail depots, CCDD fill operations and river docks combine to form the basis of its construction materials group.
Since there is no selective control for jointed goatgrass (Aegilops cylindrica Host; 2n = 4x = 28; CCDD) in wheat, these herbicide-resistant cultivars allow the use of a herbicide to control jointed goatgrass.
La especie silvestre Oryza latifolia es endemica de America, tetraploide y de genoma CCDD. Pertenece a las especies del genero Oryza del grupo officinalis.
Jointed goatgrass and wheat share a common genome (D) with jointed goatgrass being a tetraploid with 28 chromosomes and a genomic constitution of CCDD and wheat being a hexaploid with 42 chromosomes and a genomic constitution of AABBDD (Kimber and Sears, 1987).