LCLA

AcronymDefinition
LCLALake Charles Louisiana
LCLALow Contrast Letter Acuity (optometry)
LCLALutheran Church Library Association (Christian group)
LCLALow Cost Low Altitude (airdrop systems)
LCLALincoln County Law Association (St. Catharines, Ontario Canada)
LCLALane County Legal Aid (Oregon)
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However, the body weight of birds from the CON and LCLA dietary groups was not significantly (P > 0.05) different.
In contrast, the CLA content increased significantly (P < 0.05) with the increasing doses of CLA, from none detected in the CON group to 134.09 mg/100 g (LCLA) and 188.54 mg/100 g (HCLA).
The content of cis-9, trans-11 CLA ranged from 1.69- to 2.3-fold greater (P < 0.05) than that of trans10, cis-12 CLA in abdominal fat of LCLA and HCLA groups.
The changes to the PPAR[alpha], PPAR[gamma], and aP2 genes in the adipose tissue of HCLA and LCLA dietary groups, compared to the CON group, are shown in Figures 1, 2, and 3, respectively.
The LCLA is a single-use parachute airdrop system that costs less than other approved low-drop delivery systems.
Altogether, the LCLA enables fast, precise delivery in a package configured to meet small-unit needs without operational pauses--a great training benefit to meet the needs of the Cameroon armed forces.
The General Dynamics study estimates only a 3.4 percent weather delay rate for fixed-wing aircraft providing low-altitude air-drop; (43) airdrops using LCLA bundles would meet the needs of half of the resupply precision requirements.
LCLA platform can be used to resupply Soldiers on patrols or
A significant drawback of the LCLA system, however, is the delivery
"The LCLA drops will meet the needs of a smaller subset of the units," Boone said.
The LCLA program is a new and innovative means of aerial delivery currently being employed throughout portions of Afghanistan.