CRIGCocoa Research Institute of Ghana
CRIGClub de Rugby d'Illkirch-Graffenstaden (French rugby club)
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Chitling, 'that you had picked out some other crig when the two old ones got too warm, and had not come here, my fine feller.'
Somatic embryogenesis has been developed and tested by several research institutions around the world, such as Ceplac, Brazil (Sandra Queiroz, personal communication, 2015), Pennsylvania State University, USA (LI et al., 1998), GUILTINAN et al (2000), MAXIMOVA and GUILTINAN (2012), CRIG, Ivory Coast (TRAORE; MAXIMOVA; GUILTINAN, 2003), CIRAD, Montpelier, France (ALEMANNO et al., 1998) and CATIE, Costa Rica (SOMARRIBA et al., 2011).
Jeremy Takrama of the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), Tafo, for his technical assistance.
Gorgani et al., "CRIg: a macrophage complement receptor required for phagocytosis of circulating pathogens," Cell, vol.
Five varieties of matured fresh root tubers of cassava (Manihot esculenta Crantz.), namely, Sika Bankye, Ampong, AW/10/008, 12/0245, and 12/0197 (coded V10, V20, V30, V40, and V50, resp.), were obtained from CRIG, Fumesua, Ghana.
Fellow Briton Chris Wlker finished sixth on the PSG1 Kwski but Crig Jones ws 17th on the Foggy Petrons FP1.
Crig Brown (Eds.), Part One of The Canadians 1867-1967.
Scientists from the Cocoa Research Institute (CRIG), the scientific research wing of COCOBOD, based in Tafo, will join forces with their colleagues from the Volcani Centre on the various processes that will lead ultimately deal with CSSVD.
Ripe cocoa pods (mixed hybrids) were obtained from the Cocoa Research Institute of Ghana (CRIG), Tafo-Akim, Eastern Region.
Or get details of local services from: The Cardiac Rehabilitation Interest Group Scotland (CRIG), c/o CHSS, 65 North Castle Street, Edinburgh EH2 3LT.
That is the reason why chemicals are tested vivaciously at CRIG before approval, and, my lord, to produce large quantities of cocoa in a given country, if care is not taken, there will be indiscriminate damage to the environment by reckless use of molecules, and that is why we have to be going through all these processes.