EMP

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AcronymDefinition
EMPEmployee
EMPElectromagnetic Pulse
EMPEmployment
EMPEnvironmental Management Plan
EMPExperience Music Project
EMPEmergency Preparedness
EMPExcessive Multi-Posting (newsgroups, usenet)
EMPEstado Mayor Presidencial (Spanish: Presidential Guard Corps; Mexico)
EMPEmergency Management Port (Toshiba)
EMPElectron Microprobe
EMPEnvironmental Management Program (USACE)
EMPEcole des Mines de Paris (French engineering school)
EMPEnvironmental Monitoring Plan
EMPEnergy Management Program
EMPEmbden-Meyerhof-Parnas (biochemistry pathway)
EMPEmergency Medical Personnel
EMPEricsson Mobile Platform
EMPEnvironmental Management Project
EMPEnglish for Medical Purposes
EMPExtramedullary Plasmacytoma
EMPEngineered Machined Products, Inc.
EMPExcessive Multiple Posting
EMPElectromagnetic Propagation
EMPExtensible Messaging Platform (Novell)
EMPExecutive Master’s Program
EMPEnhanced Marksmanship Program (US Marine Corps)
EMPEpimacular Proliferation (eye condition)
EMPEarly Medieval Period
EMPEquipment Management Pool (shipping)
EMPElectromagnetic Prediction
EMPEngineering, Mathematics, and Physical Sciences
EMPÉcole Marie Poburan (Alberta, Canada)
EMPEnglish for Military Purposes
EMPEngineering and Manufacturing Processes (RSA)
EMPEnhanced Multiplexer/Demultiplexer Pallet
EMPExtended Megaco Package
EMPExhibit Management Program
EMPElectrostatic Molecular Potential
EMPExcessive Message Posting
EMPExcellence in Management Program
EMPExperimentation Master Plan
EMPEU/Southern Mediterranean Partnership
EMPEngineering Modification Proposal
EMPEngineered Maintenance Procedures
EMPEnglish for Maritime Purposes
EMPEnvironmental Marine Products (Saint Petersburg, FL)
EMPElite Mechanical Products Ltd. (Dongguan, China)
EMPEriccson Mobile Platform
EMPElite Maintenance Program (Maplesoft)
EMPEnterprise Marketing Platform
EMPEstimated Market Price (car sales)
EMPEmergency Management Planning (various organizations)
EMPEco Media Player (Ecodigital)
EMPEmbedded Media Processing (computing)
References in periodicals archive ?
Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas pathway and Entner-Doudoroff pathway); (iv) variation in number and species of microorganisms involved in decomposition; (v) variation on quality and quantity (labile and refractory fraction) from organic compounds available during degradation and (vi) amount of oxygen atom in detritus (Cunha-Santino, 2003).
More recently, Iliffe-Lee and McClarty (12) identified and characterized chlamydial glucose-catabolising enzymes indicating that Chlamydia spp contain complete functional Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas and/or Entner-Doudoroff pathways and may contain a complete pentose phosphate pathway.