IGRS

AcronymDefinition
IGRSInstitute of Germanic and Romance Studies (UK)
IGRSIntelligent Grouping and Resource Sharing
IGRSimage-guided radiosurgery
IGRSIPEDS (Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System) Graduation Rate Survey
IGRSIrish Genealogical Research Society (UK)
IGRSIraqi Geospatial Reference System
IGRSIntegrated Gas Recovery Services Inc. (Thorold ON, Canada)
IGRSIntegrated GPS Radio System (developed by Stanford Research Institute)
IGRSIlliana Garden Railway Society
IGRSInformation Gateway Resource Sharing
IGRSInformation Group Resource System
IGRSInformation Gathering and Retrieval System (US IRS)
IGRSIronWood Guide to Railway Safety
IGRSimidazoline-guanidinium receptive site (membrane-bound protein)
IGRSInfant Gastric Reflux Stories (New Zealand)
IGRSIntelligence and Geographic Resources Staff (UK MoD)
IGRSIrish Graves Registration Society
IGRSIntergovernmental Review System
IGRSIron Gate Reservoir Surface
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On IGR, the chairman, Kwara State Internal Revenue Service (KWIRS), Professor Muritala Awodun, said that the state was still far behind in achieving its projected monthly revenue target of N5billion, even as he declared that it raked in N23billion for 2018.
These detrimental effects have prompted the development of alternative control strategies and environmentally softer chemicals such as IGRs which have minimal ecotoxicological risks rendering them important components in IPM programs [21].
Study on the effects of certain IGRs and plant extracts on some physiological aspects of the red palm weevil Rhyncophorus ferrugineus (Curculionidae: Coleoptera).
The toxicity of imidacloprid showed non-significant negative correlation with IGRs and similarly non-significant positive correlation with nitenpyram.
IGRs could cause oxidative stress by effecting nervous system with disordering of endocrine system in insects.
In this regard, insect growth regulators (IGRs), which disrupt molting and metamorphosis, have captured the interest of entomologists (Mondai & Parween 2000).
Biological control and the use of insect growth regulators (IGRs) are now being recommended.
Use of carbamate and IGRs insecticides on cotton during 3 years of study was quite low compared to other insecticides.
Insect growth regulators (IGRs) are a diverse group of insecticides, with a range of effects on insect specific phenomena, disrupting the growth and development of insects and other arthropods.
During the past few years, considerable progress has been made in the development of natural and synthetic compounds, which affect the process of growth, development and metamorphosis of the target mosquito's species, known as insect growth regulators (IGRs) (Mulla, 1995; Graf, 1993).