IPCN

AcronymDefinition
IPCNIndex to Plant Chromosome Numbers (botany)
IPCNInfection Prevention and Control Nurse
IPCNInternational Prostatitis Collaborative Network (urology)
IPCNInstituto de Pesquisa das Culturas Negras (Portuguese: Research Institute of Black Culture; Brazil)
IPCNIntelligent Packet Control Node (Cyneta Networks)
IPCNImplementation Plan Change Notice
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The IPCN is a research consortium with the goal of improving disease prevention, detection and treatment through "research harmonization."
But the IPCN's vast capabilities now allow research and study results to be shared across the globe--which not only enables more complex studies to be done, but also at lower cost and within quicker time-frames.
About 74% of the 105 Fritillaria species with chromosome counts are diploid and only about 26% of the reported species are polyploidy (IPCN 2014).
(7) O IPCN foi declarado como Instituicao de Utilidade Publica Municipal em junho de 1984 e destacou-se em muitos momentos no combate ao racismo.
IPCN is the leading entertainment rights distributor specialising in the Chinese market, and was created to help international producers meet China's fast-growing demand for quality content.
The names of these both association as well as of the alliance were, however, invalidly described because the authors failed to identify the holotypes of these syntaxa in expressis verbis--a requirement of the Article 5 of the IPCN (3rd ed.).
The International Primary Care Network (IPCN) consists of several national networks of primary care physicians who collaborate on research and surveillance of health problems in their respective patient populations.
The IPCN data reported here offer additional evidence of a relationship between day-care attendance and AOM.
The name of this alliance (as suggested in the original diagnosis by Karpov, 2001: 110) is in the contradiction with Article 10b of the IPCN since Artemisia pauciflora is invariably the dominating species (see the original diagnosis of the nomenclatural type of this alliance).