PNPP

AcronymDefinition
PNPPPerry Nuclear Power Plant (Perry, OH)
PNPPProvidence Neighborhood Planting Program (est. 1988; Providence, RI)
PNPPPreparing the New Psychology Professoriate (book)
PNPPPreparing New Principals Program (Florida)
PNPPPaks Nuclear Power Plant (Hungary)
PNPPPersistently Non-Political Podcast
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1-12 (EPA 1993); however, the amount of persulfate was increased to the indicated level, based on initial studies that showed it was required for the complete digestion of PNPP.
The three organic P sources were PNPP, glucose-1-phosphate (G1P) (Catalog No.
The greatest amount of PNPP mineralised before the shift was 35.
Studies have shown higher mineralisability of PNPP than of most other organic P compounds (Juma and Tabatabai 1988).
4) Nonstandard abbreviations: TrACP, tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase; TrFsACP, tartrate-resistant fluoride-sensitive acid phosphatase; TrFrACP, tartrate-resistant fluoride-resistant acid phosphatase; DCAPP, 2,6-dichloro-4-acetylphenyl phosphate; MPRM, mono-poly resolving medium; and PNPP, p-nitrophenyl phosphate.
For over 20 years, PNPP has been serving Billings and the surrounding communities providing a broad range of visiting nurse services to the elderly, wounded and sick, as well as employment opportunities for licensed healthcare professionals.
Interim take great pride in their employees and community, and this substantial expansion with our combined territories allows us to serve even more of the surrounding areas, providing the people of these communities with the strong, reputable services that both PNPP and Interim are known for," said Brenda Mosher, President of Interim of Wyoming.
Of equal importance is that PNPP will bring their expertise in the private pay and third-party markets to Interim of Wyoming, and Interim will bring their expertise in the Medicare and Medicaid fields to PNPP.
one hundred microlitres of cell lysate was added to 325 [micro]l of PNPP substrate.