LCO

AcronymDefinition
LCOLac Courte Oreilles (Wisconsin Native American Tribe)
LCOLithuanian Chamber Orchestra (est. 1960)
LCOLiquid Carry Over (well site management)
LCOLodge and Convention (Lac Courte Oreilles Indian tribe; Hawyard, WI)
LCOLocal Connection Options
LCOLearning Content Object
LCOLoad Control Object
LCOLas Campanas Observatory (Chile)
LCOLegislative Competence Order (Wales, UK)
LCOLight Cycle Oil
LCOLocal Census Office
LCOLevine Communications Office (PR firm; Los Angeles, CA, USA)
LCOLimit Cycle Oscillation
LCOLife Cycle Objectives (software development)
LCOLipo-Chitooligosaccharide
LCOLocal Cable Operator
LCOLangues et Cultures d'Origine (French: Languages and Cultures of Origin)
LCOLondon Contemporary Orchestra (UK)
LCOLithium Cobalt Oxide (batteries)
LCOLate Check Out (lodging)
LCOLara Croft Online (gaming site)
LCOLimiting Condition of Operation
LCOLloyds Claims Office (insurance; Lloyds of London; London, UK)
LCOLighterage Control Officer
LCOLocal Compliance Officer
LCOLifeline Connectivity Obligation (International Telecommunications Satellites Organization)
LCOLow Cost of Ownership
LCOLoopback Command Off
LCOLand Conservation Officer
LCOLand Combat Operations
LCOLaunching Control Officer
LCOLabour Conciliation Officer
LCOLaunch Control Office(r)
LCOLeyssens & Co
LCOLocal Control Organization
LCOLawn Care Operation/Operator
LCOLayered Cobalt Oxide
LCOLiquid Crystal Oscillator
LCOLate Cornish (linguistics)
LCOLiteral Change Operator
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Biological assays were conducted for soybean [Glycine max (L.) Merr.] germination and root hair deformation to determine the biological activity of LCO recovered from autoclaving and storage experiments.
LCO Sante specializes in highly-active products, including the fast-growing niche sectors of biological and hormone products.
EJS = extrinsic job satisfaction; IJS = intrinsic job satisfaction; MIH = mental ill-health; PIH = physical ill-health; TA = Type A; LOC = locus of control; MSP = managerial pressures; ESP = employee pressures; WKL = workload; LCO = lifestyle coping; OCO = occupation coping.
Researchers know, however, that this special ability of legumes depends on rhizobium bacteria, which set up shop in the plants and secrete lipo-chitooligosaccharides (LCOs), carbohydrate-like molecules that trigger the formation of nodules.
Designed to meet the demands of the world's elite forces, the LCO was developed with real-world input from consultants such as U.S.
Compared to an Aimpoint or EOTech, the LCO is closer in appearance to an EOTech with its rectangular shape and large window.
Following a "yes" vote, the Assembly will still be confined to its 20 devolved areas but it could legislate on the 20 devolved areas without having to request Parliament for an LCO.
The LCO means that matters relating to housing tenure are devolved to Wales.
The LCO would allow ministers in Cardiff Bay to suspend right-to-buy in certain locations if there was a severe housing shortage - a power the Assembly Government says would only be used extremely rarely.
Mr Jones said: "The housing LCO was a crucial piece of legislation we needed to get passed to help ease the housing pressures we have seen.
The Assembly's Enterprise and Learning Committee endorsed the petition and became the first committee to sponsor an LCO. It took evidence from a wide range of groups, during which the proposal was endorsed by the Children's Commissioner for Wales and the Association of Chief Constables.
After three years the housing Legislative Competence Order (LCO), which was aimed at tackling homelessness and create affordable housing, failed to get approval by Parliament before the general election.