HRGP

AcronymDefinition
HRGPHydroxyproline-Rich Glycoproteins
HRGPHampton Roads Green Party (Virginia)
HRGPHire and Retain Good People, LLC (Bourne, MA)
HRGPHuman Rights Group of Pakistan (est. 1995; Karachi, Pakistan)
HRGPHyper RISC (Reduced Instruction Set Computer) Graphic Processor (Sanyo)
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To put it briefly, the signal from R-genes will be perceived and transmitted by subtilase-like protein followed by the accumulation of PR proteins at the site of infection which results in anti-bacterial activities that either inhibits the bacterial enzyme that degrades the host cell (PR-8) or directly involve in defense against bacterium The host cell wall will be further reinforced by HRGP to prevent the penetration of the pathogen into the cell machinery.
Besides, the signals from R-genes will also induce cell wall organisation by HRGP which adds mechanical barriers preventing the pathogen from entering the cell of the host plant (23-24).
The HRGP 25 T5 LPG, HRGP 40 T5 LPG, and HRGP 60 T5 LPG models offer 25kVA, 40kVA, and 60kVA of continuous power, respectively.
The HRGP models guarantee low fuel costs and lower maintenance costs compared to diesel generators, according to Himoinsa.
End users can also use an external supply of natural gas (NG) to power Himoinsa's HRGP units.
Structural proteins, such as HRGPs or extensin, are another important component of the maize pericarp (Hood et al., 1991; Fritz et al., 1991).
Our objectives were (i) to determine the content of simple phenolic acids, diferulic acids and HRGPs in the pericarp and sugars, nitrogen, and essential amino acids in whole grain of nine tropical
Similarly increase in the concentration of HRGPs in the cell wall is also linked to tolerance to other stresses such as heavy metals [62].
Unlike AGPs, the other major classes of HRGPs, the extensins, are predominantly structural proteins that comprise scaffold for the self-assembly of the carbohydrate components of the cell wall [68].
In the present study, after the description of the high-rate GPS (HRGpS) data analysis, we will show and compare results for both earthquakes for the near-field station VLSM.
Although, in the near field, and for a low to moderate earthquake, the HRGPS time series of displacements sampled at rates smaller than 5 Hz can be affected by aliasing effects (Smalley, 2009) we compared the results with strong motion data which are independent and not affected by aliasing due to their high sampling rates.