DMSP

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AcronymDefinition
DMSPDimethylsulfoniopropionate
DMSPDistributed Mail System Protocol
DMSPDistributed Multimodal Synchronization Protocol
DMSPDepot Maintenance Support Plan
DMSPDefense Meteorological Satellite Program
DMSPDefense Message System Program
DMSPDisaster Mitigation Support Program
DMSPDocument Management Solutions Provider (Virginia Beach, VA)
DMSPDisease Management Systems Programme
DMSPDigital Media Services Platform
DMSPDepartment of Maryland State Police
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1 Tiny marine plants (phytoplankton) use sulfate, a common salt in the ocean, to produce a chemical called dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP).
The Marine Roseobacter clade is responsible for breaking down a sulphur compound called dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) that is produced by photosynthesising plankton.
DMS is made from a larger chemical compound called dimethylsulfoniopropionate, or DMSP, which is made by tiny marine plants, or phytoplankton (see Page 28).