COPR

AcronymDefinition
COPRCouncil of Public Representatives (Bethesda, MD)
COPRConfirmation of Permanent Residence (Canada)
COPRChromite Ore Processing Residue
COPRControl of Pesticides Regulations 1986 (United Kingdom)
COPRCentre for Overseas Pest Research (United Kingdom)
COPRCity of Prineville Railway (Oregon)
COPRCentral Oregon Pacific Railroad (Medford, OR)
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CopA is a P-type ATPase efflux pump, CopM is a putative metallochaperone, and CopT is a transcriptional regulator homolog to CopR. All these genes are functional in this archaeon [9].
Although quantitative information is not available, earlier contributions (Joan 1927, Schiuma 1938, Daguerre 1940, Liebermann & Schiuma 1946, Liebermann 1972, COPR 1982, Mariottini et al.
(51.) American Academy of Pediatrics CoPR. Race/ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status--research exploring their effects on child health: A subject review.
Washington, May 4 ( ANI ): After announcing that its first quarter profits had more than doubled, LinkedIn Copr. (LKND), the business networking company, is set to buy the presentation sharing website SlideShare for 118.8 million dollars.
Varias especies de melanoplinos, particularmente de los generos Melanoplus y Dichroplus, constituyen serias plagas agricolas en diferentes regiones del continente (COPR 1982, Pfadt 2002).
(27) In order to satisfy the notice requirement prior to the BCIA's implementation, an author had to satisfy the following three elements: (1) Physical affixation of the symbol "(c)," the abbreviation "Copr.," or the word "Copyright" on the work itself; (2) the name of the copyright owner; and (3) the date of first publication.
4.19 9 4 China Steel Copr. 4.15 10 11 Advanced Semiconductor Engineering 3.99
The National Institutes of Health has selected six individuals to serve as members of the Director's Council of Public Representatives (COPR), the advisory committee to the NIH Director on issues important to the public.
Department of Agriculture accredited certifying agent do not have to become certified to the Canada Organic Product Regulation (COPR) standards in order for their products to be represented as organic in Canada.