MPPL

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AcronymDefinition
MPPLMount Prospect Public Library (Mount Prospect, IL)
MPPLMolecular Plant Pathology Laboratory (USDA; Beltsville, MD)
MPPLMenlo Park Public Library (Menlo Park, CA)
MPPLMulti-Purpose Processing Language
MPPLMill Pond Public Library (Kingston, WI)
MPPLMineral Point Public Library (Wisconsin)
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Wei Wu, a visiting scientist, investigated salicylic acid's effects, together with molecular biologist Yan Zhao and others at ARS's Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
Yan Zhao is with the USDA-ARS Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory, 10300 Baltimore Ave., Beltsville, MD 20705-2350; (301) 504-6202, yan.zhao@ars.usda.gov
Nemchinov and Hammond are with the Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory at Beltsville, Maryland.
Owens, of the ARS Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
Nod+, also called the USDA Patented Strain, "is derived through nonrecombinant means, so you don't have to worry about foreign genes in the bacterium's DNA," adds Kuykendall, with ARS' Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
"They must possess some characteristic that allows them to masquerade as a normal component of the host cell," muses Robert Owens, a chemist at ARS' Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
Owens, and Yah Zhao are at the USDA-ARS Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory, 10300 Baltimore Ave., Bldg.
David Kuykendall USDA-ARS Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory, Beltsville, Maryland; phone (301) 504-5736, e-mail dkuykend@asrr.arsusda.gov.
First, however, the plant must know what it is up against, says Jacyn Baker, a plant pathologist at the ARS Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
She's at the ARS Plant Science Institute's Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory.
Stavely heads a cooperative bean improvement program at ARS' Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland.
Researchers at the ARS Molecular Plant Pathology Laboratory in Beltsville, Maryland, developed the techniques, which could lead to fast, accurate tools to detect MLO's--and the insects that carry them.
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