PBZ

AcronymDefinition
PBZPrivredna Banka Zagreb (Croatian: Economy Bank Zagreb)
PBZPersonal Breathing Zone
PBZPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology (journal)
PBZPlate Boundary Zone (geology)
PBZPyribenzamine (Tripelennamine)
PBZPeoples Bank of Zanzibar (Tanzania)
PBZPlanning, Building and Zoning (various local governments)
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Thus, focusing on reducing the polymerization temperature and increasing the crosslink density (CLD) (by tightening the PBz network structure) are expected to enhance their thermo-mechanical performance [14].
Compact plants with suitable height for commercialization in pots are obtained after applying PBZ to species like cloves, zinnia, iris, lily and sunflower (PINTO et al., 2005; AL-KHASSAWNEH et al., 2006; FRANCESCANGELI et al., 2007; BARBOSA et al., 2009).
The infrared spectra of PBz, PBI30, and PBI44 nanocomposites are shown in Fig.
UnionPay International, a subsidiary of China UnionPay (CUP), has signed an agreement with Croatia-based Privredna banka Zagreb (PBZ) Group and Intesa Sanpaolo Card (ISPC).
2 lender Privredna Banka Zagreb (PBZ) -- majority-owned by Italy's Intesa Sanpaolo and with 6.5 of its loan portfolio denominated in Swiss francs -- said that "from the very beginning" it had pointed in loan contracts to the possibility of exchange rate movements, and had offered to convert loans into kuna at the first sign of turbulence in 2007.
According to Food and Chemical Toxicology, the presence of phenylbutazone--a commonly used anti-inflammatory drug known also as 'bute' or 'PBZ'--is "highly likely" to be in some American thoroughbred race horses, which often head to slaughter after their careers end (Dodman, Blondeau, and Marini, 2010).
We have therefore made this decision now to safeguard our customeras interests.As such, we have notified our bank (PBZ) to issue FULL REFUNDS to all passengers who have purchased a flight ticket with Dalmatian, to be effective immediately.
O paclobutrazol (PBZ) e um triazol que bloqueia a biossintese do acido giberelico, diminuindo o desenvolvimento vegetal.