NRRT

AcronymDefinition
NRRTNatural Resources, Recreation and Tourism (various universities)
NRRTNatural Resource Rural Tourism
NRRTNeonatal Rapid Response Team
NRRTNeutral Red Retention Time (molecular biology)
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Therefore, the NRRT assay measures the ability of cytological processes to adjust to stress conditions (Lowe & Pipe 1994).
According to the threshold values of NRRT assay in marine bivalves set up by Moore et al.
For example, in writing about the struggle against apartheid in South Africa (NRRT, p159), Laclau commented that by laying bare the 'exclusionary logic of racism, it also reveals the presence--in more hidden forms--of that same logic in our societies ...'.
Laclau, New Reflections on the Revolution of Our Time, Verso, London and New York 1990, pp 97-132 (hereafter NRRT).
The factor loading showed that within the first axis, concentrations of Cu, Cr, Fe, Mn, Ni, Pb, Zn, naphthalene, fluorene, anthracene, pyrene, total lmw PAHs, total hmw PAHs, and total PAHs were positively correlated with the levels of MT; activity of AOX, ECOD, catalase, GR, TOSC toward ROO * and HO *; and onset of total DNA damage, whereas the same parameters were negatively associated with NRRT of lysosomes.
2004), and a significant reduction of NRRT was observed in snails caged in all urban areas, with the exception of site 3.