PHBA

AcronymDefinition
PHBAPalomino Horse Breeders of America
PHBAP-Hydroxybenzoic Acid
PHBAPeninsula Housing and Builders Association
PHBAPleasant Hill Baseball Association (California)
PHBAPennsylvania Horse Breeders Association
PHBAPeninsula Home Builders Association
PHBAPasadena Hispanic Business Association
PHBAPremier HealthLink Benefits Association
PHBAPublic Health and Business Administration
PHBAPayroll History by Account
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'It is time to take these issues seriously since it is turning the people hostile towards national institutions,' said PHBA President Arbab Usman.
Therefore, in the rest of this paper, we focus only on PEO films containing the four additives, HYD, RES, PHBA, and PNP.
Addition of 5% (w/w) (RES), (HYD), (PNP), or (PHBA) does not change the PEO crystal structure--the characteristic intense 120 and 112 peaks of PEO are observed in WAXD from films of the additivated polymer (Fig.
[sup.1]H MAS and [sup.13]C CP-MAS experiments were performed to confirm the presence of RES, HYD, PNP, or PHBA acid after vacuum drying of PEO films containing the respective additives (supporting information Fig.
The decrease in spherulitic growth rate for PEO containing PHBA and PNP is also significant, but these effects are less pronounced when compared with HYD and RES.
Addition of HYD, RES, PHBA, and PNP results in a shift of the Lorentz-corrected SAXS Bragg peak to lower q, indicates an increase in the average lamellar repeat spacing (Fig.
The delegation comprising PHBA President, Isa Khan advocate, Akhtar Ali advocate and Ibrahim Shah advocate vowed to actively cooperate with the Islamia College, Peshawar in concerned spheres of activity and discussed matter of mutual interest with the Vice Chancellor.
pMON25948 contains phbA, phbB, and phbC, each under the control of the CaMV 35S promoter and fused to the Arabidopsis ribulose biphosphate carboxylase (RuBisCo) small subunit la transit peptide, pMON25949 is identical except phbA was replaced with bktB.
Probes were made from the coding regions of phbA and phbB labeled with [sup.32]P by means of a random priming kit (Roche Laboratories, Nutley, NJ).
Two 30-mer oligonucleotides (5'-ATTTTCGATGACTG ACGTTGCATCGTATC-3' and 5'-CTGGCAGTCGAGCGC AAATAAGAATTCTTA-3'), specific to the phbA gene from R.
Genomic DNA from three transgenic lines, 863, 864 (pMON85948), and 913 (pMON85949), was digested with EcoR1 and EcoRV, and blots hybridized with probes of phbA or phbB (Fig.
The phbA probe hybridized to a 1.3-kb band under highly stringent conditions in repeated experiments with separate preparations of RNA from untransformed alfalfa plants, whereas hybridization with the phbB or phbC gene probes was not detected.