FMZ

AcronymDefinition
FMZFlumazenil (drug)
FMZFuel Maximizer (vehicles)
FMZFuel Modification Zone (fire protection)
FMZForest Management Zoning (forest sustainability; Australia)
FMZFlying Mission Zambia (religious mission)
FMZFisheries Management Zone
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All implants were provided by FMZ GmbH, Rostock, Germany, as a partner of the supported research program mentioned above.
Dose Incidence of % % (mg/kg: n convulsions protection mortality = 5: i.p.) Control + 0 100 EO (200 - 100 0 mg/kg) FMZ + 0 100 FMZ + + 0* 100 EO(200) BPNE - 100 0 (200) FMZ + + 0* 100 BPNE(200) DZM - 100 0 DZM + FMZ + 0* 100 Chi-square (independence and trends of treatment groups and control (5% Tween 80; 0.1 ml/10g body weight).
essential oil; FMZ, flumazenil; GABA, gamma amino butyric acid: 10AA.
Dr Mohamad Abdulah bin Saeed, Director, FMZ, said preparations are under-way to launch the second phase at Massafi Hospital which includes the opening of an emergency section and more wards.
Variable F-Statistic AGE 1.22 FPE 2.71 ** HHZ 1.43 FMZ 2.42 * CPF 2.99 ** FEX 12.61 *** HHE 13.59 *** EXG 19.52 *** HHY 11.34 *** *** Sig.
This determination is made by calculating the "net resource value change" ("NYC") that would be caused at different "fire intensity levels" ("FIL's") in the various "fire management zones" ("FMZ's") into which each national forest is divided.
a'a: FM (m.s./f.s.)/Sch (f.s.), MM (m.s./f.s.)/Dch (f.s.), MMZ (m.s./f.s.)/ZDch (f.s.), MFZ (m.s./f.s.)/BDch (f.s.), FMZ (m.s./f.s.)/ZSch (f.s.), FFZ (m.s./f.s.)/BSch (f.s.); terme de reference et d'adresse, reciproque tant en adresse qu'en reference.
Effect of safranal on MCS induced by PTZ, after pretreatment with flumazenil, (FMZ) and naloxone (NLX) # of animal Treatment with MCS % protection MCS Latency (min) Vehicle (normal 8/8 0 1.04[+ or -]0.05 saline, i.c.v.) Diazepam 90 nmol, 7/8 12.5 5.63[+ or -]1.14*** i.c.v.
This determination is made by calculating the "net resource value change" ("NVC") that would be caused at different "fire intensity levels" ("FIL's") in the various "fire management zones" ("FMZ's") into which each national forest is divided.
Thus, Kanalyce(2) arrived this morning with his son, convinced that Amilyce, his classificatory father (exactly, FMZS) died.