HR

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AcronymDefinition
HRHuman Resources
HRHour
HRHeart Rate
HRHome Run (baseball)
HRHouse of Representatives
HRHorizontal Rule (HTML)
HRHigh Rate (data taken at a rate of 50 observations per second)
HRHeater
HRHuman Relations
HRHit and Run
HRHuman Rights
HRCroatia (ISO 3166 Code)
HRHard Rock
HRHigh Resolution
HRHeavy Rain
HRHonor Roll
HRHazard Ratio
HRHood River (Oregon)
HRHeart Rhythm (cardiology)
HRHarm Reduction
HRHighlands Ranch (city in Colorado)
HRHessischer Rundfunk (German Radio Station)
HRHistory Record
HRHampton Roads (Virginia)
HRHard Reset
HRHereford (postcode, United Kingdom)
HRHogeschool Rotterdam (Dutch school)
HRHalo: Reach (video game)
HRHistory of Religions (various organizations)
HRHome Rule
HRHarold Ramis (actor/writer/director)
HRHeat Resisting
HRHouse Rule
HRHandwriting Recognition (technology)
HRHuman Remains
HRHomeroom
HRHomologous Recombination
HRHand Receipt
HRHalf Rate (Speech Codec)
HRHit Rate
HRHostRocket
HRHallux Rigidus (joint disorder)
HRHigh-Reflection
HRHertzsprung-Russell (Diagram)
HRHouse Right (technical theatre)
HRHealthcare Realty (various locations)
HRHardly Relevant
HRHead Race
HRHypersensitive Response
HRHazard Report
HRHead Resident (college dormitory)
HRHard Radiation
HRHazardous Reagent
HRHostile Reconnaissance
HRHofrat (Austrian Public Authority Degree)
HRHeight/Range
HRHomestar Runner (humor website)
HRHot Rolling
HRHumanitarian Coordinator
HRHeavy Rescue
HRHoly Roller (band)
HRHuman Reliability
HRHiiraan (postal region, Somalia)
HRHolographic Repatterning
HRHot Rats
HRHedge Ratio
HRHidden Ridge (Trabuco Canyon, California)
HRHonorably Retired
HRHeavy Rigid (vehicle definition)
HRHeavy Repair
HRHinge Remnant (philately)
HRHold-Relax (PNF technique)
HRHydroxyethylrutoside (also seen as HER)
HRHeater Relay
HRHigh Rune (Diablo II game)
HRReceiver Height
HRHigh Repetitive
HRHiroko Nakamura (classical pianist)
HRHacienda Real
HRHelicopter Request
HRHospitalman Recruit (US Navy rating)
HRHomeroaster (coffee)
HRHover Race (game)
HRHeadquarters Regulation
HRHartmann-Rudolph (decoding algorithm)
HRHamonic Retrieval
HRHealthgate Resources Pty Ltd (Adelaide, SA, Australia)
HRRudder Hydraulics
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Harpin, elicitor of the hypersensitive response produced by the plant pathogen Erwinia amylovora.
Among the early local responses, the hypersensitive response (HR) leads to a local programmed cell death in order to deprive the pathogens of their nutrition base (Greenberg and Vinatzer, 2003).
Generation of superoxide anion by potato tuber protoplasts during the hypersensitive response to hyphal wall components of Phytophthora infestans and specific inhibition of the reaction by suppressors of hypersensitivity.
It has been observed that a systemic acquired response may be activated through the functions of salicylic acid which is produced as a part of the hypersensitive response to wounding.
i) We will show that at high values of noise flatness the output signal of the GLE exhibits a hypersensitive response to noise amplitude.
The hypersensitive response induced by the V2 protein of a monopartite begomovirus is countered by the C2 protein.
Through varying actions, anti-inflammatory drugs, antihistamines, and corticosteroids all counteract some of the inflammation summoned by the hypersensitive response.
With this approach, the scientists identified a genomic location involved in the pathway controlling the start or local spread of hypersensitive response.
The amount of SOD enzyme increases in tobacco infected with tobacco mosaic virus during the expression of the hypersensitivity (Montalbini & Buonaurio, 1986) and in Phaseolus vulgar& a Cu,Zn-SOD activity increases in the hypersensitive response of resistant leaves (Buonaurio et al.
During the hypersensitive response (HR), vascular plants sacrifice infected and adjacent cells to limit pathogen spreading.
The N gene confers resistance via a hypersensitive response (HR) and was initially transferred to N.