MR

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AcronymDefinition
MRMister (title of address)
MRMentally Retarded
MRMemory Recall (calculator button)
MRMemorandum for Record
MRMarket Research
MRMedical Records
MRMaximum Ride (book series)
MRManagement Review
MRMaintenance Repair
MRMotivation(al) Research
MRMutual Recognition (drug approval by local authorities, referring to other EU country approval)
MRMedium-Range
MRMatrix Reloaded
MRMessage Received
MRMauritania
MRMini-Review
MRMember Resources
MRMagnetic Resonance
MRMaintenance Release
MRMacro (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
MRMarginal Revenue (economics)
MRMental Retardation
MRMajor Repair
MRMixed Reality
MRMetabolic Rate
MRMoonraker (James Bond film)
MRMulti Role
MRManufacturer's Representative
MRManagement Representative
MRMonster Rancher (game)
MRMulti-Rate
MRMaster of the Rolls
MRMaintenance Request
MRModified Release (pharmaceutics)
MRMidland Railway (UK)
MRMaintenance Responsibility
MRManual Review (US Air Force)
MRMatchbook Romance (band)
MRMedical Representative (pharmaceutical sales)
MRMedium Resolution
MRMitral Regurgitation (heart)
MRMens Rea (criminal law)
MRMeet Record (sports)
MRMaurice Ravel (classical composer)
MRModel Railroader
MRMenschenrechte (German: Human Rights)
MRMaster Reset
MRMahinda Rajapaksa (president of Sri Lanka)
MRMain Ring
MRMoon Rise
MRMyocardial Revascularization (heart)
MRMerge Request (coding)
MRMaterials Request
MRMichael Redd (NBA Player)
MRMoose River
MRMouvement Réformateur (Belgian political party)
MRMixture Ratio
MRModification Request
MRMathematical Reviews (journal)
MRMach Rider (gaming)
MRMid-Engine Rear-Wheel Drive
MRMilano Red (Honda paint color)
MRMaterial Review (engineering)
MRMain Rotor
MRMagnetorheological (sometimes written as Magneto-Rheological)
MRMinimal Residual
MRMiddle Reliever (baseball)
MRMagneto-Resistive
MRMatrix Reasoning (intelligence testing)
MRMineralocorticoid Receptor
MRMeasles-Rubella (vaccine)
MRMonica Reyes (X-Files character)
MRMilitary Region
MRMiscellaneous Receipts
MRMidship Runabout (Toyota)
MRMitsubishi Racing (car model)
MRMitochondria-Rich (cells)
MRMachine Record
MRMemory Resident
MRMilk Replacer
MRMobile Router
MRMaintenance Requirement
MRManagement Reserve
MRMarine Recon
MRMercury Redstone
MRMcCloud River (railroad)
MRMaritime Reconnaissance
MRMinnesota Review (journal)
MRMagic Resistance
MRMonitor Room
MRMolecular Replacement
MRMissile Radar
MRMolecular Response
MRMarginal Return
MRAir Mauritanie(Mauritania, IATA airline code)
MRMaintenance Review
MRMoving Range (of observations)
MRModified Read
MRMind Rape
MRMilliroentgen
MRModem Ready
MRMichael Rabin (classical violinist)
MRMobile Route (postal)
MRMarket Representative
MRMars Relay (NASA)
MRMatsuura Railway (Japan)
MRMaterial Requisition
MRMishap Report
MRMilliradian
MRMilitaires du Rang (Canada)
MRManufacturing Release
MRMobile Receiver
MRMachinery Repairman (USN Rating)
MRMalfunction Report
MRMobile Relay (repeater)
MRMateriel Release
MRMean Rabbit
MRMaterial Regulation
MRMould Room
MRMedium Rigid (vehicle license class)
MRMode Request
MRMagnetic Roller
MRMovimiento Reformador (Guatemala political party)
MRMonopulse Radar
MRMain Reflector
MRMunitions Rule
MRMagical Relax (Suzuki wagon)
MRMicrowave R
MRMoonlight Resonance (television)
MRMaintenance Ratio
MRMissile Round
MRMail and Records
MRMis-Recognized (word)
MRModem Relay
MRMouse Rug
MRMicro Resources, Inc.
MRMouvement Rodriguais (French: Rodrigues Movement, Mauritius)
MRMechanisms and Robotics Conference (American Society of Mechanical Engineers)
MRMontreal Racing
MRWar Tax Stamp (Scott Catalogue prefix; philately)
MRMission Rainbow
MRMafia Returns (online game)
MRMultiply Register (IBM)
MRMagneto-Restrictive
MRMedium Rate Data (observations taken once per second)
MRMolasses Residuum
MRMacRepublic (website)
MRMagnetiese Resonansie-Skandering
MRModification/Material Request
References in periodicals archive ?
In mitochondria-rich cells, cytoplasm degradation was observed, with disappearance or disorganization of endoplasmic reticulum network and mitochondrial degradation evidenced by mitochondrial crest degeneration and dilation of intermembrane space (Figs.
Normal morphological features of Prochilodus scrofa gills comprise a stratified epithelium in filaments between lamellae, along with mitochondria-rich cells and mucous cells.
Mitochondria-rich cells, which are absorption sites for Na+, Cl- e Ca2+ in freshwater fish (Fernandes et al.) can also suffer proliferative changes and are characterized by numerous mitochondria and a ATPase Na+/K+-rich tubular membrane system (DANG et al., 2000 apud Fernandes et al.).
The nuchal retractor is composed of two different fiber types, mitochondria-rich (MR) and mitochondria-poor (MP) fibers; shortening of these fibers retracts the head toward the mantle.
The NRM is composed of two fiber types that differ in their morphology: mitochondria-rich (MR) and mitochondria-poor (MP) fibers (Fig.
Neither the mitochondria-rich (MR) nor the mitochondria-poor (MP) fibers of the nuchal retractor muscle were activated during the head retractions or extensions associated with ventilation of the mantle cavity or slow swimming (Fig.
Thermogenesis can be triggered by exercise, diet, or exposure to cold, and occurs both in mitochondria-rich brown adipocytes that are developmentally related to muscle, and in beige adipocytes that are instead related to energy-storing white adipocytes.
The relationship between 'deep-hole' mitochondria-rich cells and salinity adaptation in the euryhaline teleost, Oreochromis mossambicus.
Mitochondria-rich cell activity in the yolk-sac membrane of tilapia (Oreochromis mossambicus) larvae acclimatized to different ambient chloride leveis.
The active cap region of the ABO is composed of tall, mitochondria-rich cells with distinct brush borders at their apicies, surrounding a hemolymph-containing central sinus.
The ABO consists of a cap (about 1-2.5 mm diameter) and stalk (about 0.4 mm in length); the cap is composed of a central sinus surrounded by a single layer of tall (200-300 [mu]m), mitochondria-rich epithelial cells.
Three concentric layers of circular muscle fibers exist in squid mantle, with two superficial layers of mitochondria-rich fibers surrounding a much thicker central zone of smaller diameter, glycolytic fibers (7, 8).
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