HPR

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AcronymDefinition
HPRHigh Performance Routing (APPN)
HPRHost Plant Resistance (agriculture)
HPRHarvard Political Review (Harvard University; Cambridge, MA)
HPRHome Page Reader
HPRHigh Performance Routing
HPRHigh Performance Research Network
HPRHome Page Reader (IBM Software)
HPRHealth Protection Report (publication; UK)
HPRHouse of Pacific Relations (San Diego, CA)
HPRHighly Protected Risk
HPRHigh Performance Rule (sailboat handicapping)
HPRHolding Period Return
HPRHighest Previous Rate
HPRHIV Prevention Research
HPRHealth Planning Region (various locations)
HPRHigh Pressure Reactor
HPRHidden Point Removal (algorithm)
HPRHealth Program Representative (various locations)
HPRHeritage Protection Reform (UK)
HPRHigh Powered Rocketry
HPRHigh-Point Rendel (UK)
HPRHigh Priority Request
HPRHospital/Physician Relations
HPRHigh Priority Recommendation (Australian)
HPRHiring Process Report
HPRHydro-acoustic Position Reference
HPRHunter, Pointer, Retriever (hunting dog)
HPRHeave Pitch Roll (sensor)
HPRHuman Performance Reliability
HPRHigh Pass Resolution Perimetry (computing protocol for measuring perimeter vision)
HPRHigh Peak Rate
HPRHostes Populi Romani (Latin: Enemies of the Roman People, epigraphy)
HPRHigh Priority Requisition (Canadian Department of National Defence DND)
HPRHardware Problem Report
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The IDM can also include other different combined approaches consisting of cultural practices; host plant resistance, biological control and others (Makoi and Ndakidemi, 2007) have been reported to help farmers reduce the use of chemical fungicides.
Direct defenses, in the form of chemical and morphological components that inhibit pest damage, underlie host plant resistance, while indirect defenses, including food provisioning and semiochemical production, improve biological control.
Transgenic host plant resistance could offer more lasting solution to this bacteria disease.
Host plant resistance to insects: An eco-friendly approach for pest management and environment conservation.
'In a more long-term approach, our institution is intensively working on host plant resistance,' he said in a blog.
Various options are available to control maize leaf blight such as the use of host plant resistance, cultural practices and fungicides.
Similar host plant resistance research into Black root rot, Verticillium wilt, Fusarium wilt, whitefly and two spotted mites are also under development.
Therefore, using host plant resistance is the most economical, effective and ecologically sustainable method for controlling the disease.
The Southern Horticultural Research Center in Poplarville conducts research on ornamental products including blueberries and strawberries; the Mississippi State research facility focuses on crop science, corn host plant resistance, genetics and precision agriculture, and poultry; and the Oxford location studies national soil sedimentation, watershed physical processes, water quality and ecology