DTPS

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AcronymDefinition
DTPSDoritaenopsis (orchid variety)
DTPSDistrict Team Problem Solving
DTPSDynamic Threat Prevention System (BAI Security; Schaumburg, IL)
DTPSDistrict Town Planning Scheme (Australia)
DTPSDefense Transportation Payment System
DTPSDredge Track Presentation System (excavation)
DTPSDiffuse Thalamic Projection System
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Y Photosynthetic pigments, morphology and leaf gas exchange during ex-vitro acclimatization of micropropagated CAM Doritaenopsis plantlets under relative humidity and air temperature.
Growth of Doritaenopsis in peat- substituted growing medium.
Protocorm-like body induction and subsequent plant regeneration from root tip cultures of Doritaenopsis.
Photosynthetic pigments, morphology and leaf gas exchange during ex vitro acclimatization of micropropagated CAM Doritaenopsis plantlets under relative humidity and air temperature.
The 64-year old singer, who is an avid flower lover, was honoured with the Doritaenopsis Sir Elton John at the 20th World Orchid Conference.
Representatives of 7 commonly cultivated orchid genera obtained from commercial orchid growers in south Florida were used: Doritaenopsis Luchia Lip 'Sog.
misericors and Oncidium (Chang and Chang, 1998; Chen and Chang, 2000a, b) and to regenerate shoots of Phalaenopsis, Doritaenopsis and epiphytic cymbidium (Ernst, 1994; Chen and Piluek, 1995; Nayak et al.
Tokuhara and Mii [76] indicated that the morphogenetic responses of the Doritaenopsis PLB cells could be modified by the concentrations and the type of carbon sources applied in the media.
Besides the exquisite beauty of their long-lasting flowers, Doritaenopsis have much to recommend them.
Similar results were obtained for segments from the basal parts of PLBs in Doritaenopsis that responded better in proliferation of new PLBs (AMAKI; HIGUCHI, 1989).