MOAC

AcronymDefinition
MOACMulti Organization Access Control
MOACMicrosoft Official Academic Course (training program)
MOACMinistry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (Thailand)
MOACMaine Outdoor Adventure Club (est. 1989; Portland, ME)
MOACMultiple Organization Access Control (Oracle)
MOACMessage Origin Authentication Check
MOACMother of All Celebrations
MOACMother of All Clusters
MOACMinistry of Agriculture of China
MOACMinistry of Agriculture and Commerce (Japan; now Ministry of Agriculture, Forestry and Fisheries)
MOACMaking of a Champion (Richmond, VA)
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MOAC is organizing three show features to help farmers gain new knowledge, keep up with new technology such as automatic machinery and to connect farmers to the international market.
pseudotuberculosis nitrate locus is composed of narKGHJI gene cluster and by genes encoding the molybdopterins moeB, moaE, molB, molA, moeY, moaC, moeA, and moa genes are similar to the other bacteria under Actinomycetes and all the biovar Ovis strains that lack the nitrate locus in their genomes.
Isolated genomic DNA was tested by PCR for the presence of the moac gene.
According to the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MoAC) of Nepal for the year of 2009 some 575,000 tons of major crops (500,000 tons paddy and 75,000 tons maize) are expected to be lost due to late monsoon, flooding and landslide and worsen the food deficit situation.
Major line ministries involved in environmental and natural resource policy decisions include the Ministry of Agriculture and Cooperatives (MOAC), the Ministry of Forest and Soil Conservation, the Ministry of Physical Planning and Works, the Ministry of Energy, the Ministry of Irrigation, the Ministry of Land Reform and Management, the Ministry of Environment, the Ministry of Industry, the Ministry of Science and Technology, and the Ministry of Local Development.
Using aluminum die-casting, Brailsford went on to develop the much-improved MOAC nut, one of the crucial innovations on which the U.K.
But the importance of sweetpotato as a food security crop has only recently been realized as a result of changes in the physical and socio-economic environments brought about by persistent drought and increases in input prices largely caused by diminishing strength of the Swaziland currency (Lilangeni) since the 1990's (MoAC, 2003).
This year sees Microsoft introduce a new approach to professional training known as the Microsoft Official Academic Course - MOAC.
Maan Orphanage Association Charity (MOAC) was officially established in November ago to care for 120 orphans, 70 of whom are under 15, at their houses by providing school bags, helping with school expenses, and granting JD10 monthly transport allowance to orphaned university students, MOAC's chairman Mohammad Al-Bahri explained.
At its launch, more than 30 collections are represented in Visual Collections, ranging from the fine art of Museums & the Online Archive of California (MOAC) to early maps of Scotland from the University of Edinburgh?s Charting the Nation collection.
MAPLETON (51) - Allen 17, Rogers 11, Patterson 5, Holloway 5, Duval 4, Buckwald 4, LaCLair 2, Weber 2, Millagan 1, Vadakin, Evansen, Walker, Moac.