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PLAPaola (postal locality, Malta)
PLAPeople's Liberation Army (China)
PLAPolylactic Acid
PLAPlucked from the Air (budgeting method)
PLAPermanent Loan Agreement
PLAProperty Lease Agreement
PLAPrior Learning Assessment
PLAPlasminogen Activator
PLAPublic Library Association
PLAProgrammable Logic Array
PLAPatent License Agreement
PLAPre-school Learning Alliance (London, UK)
PLAProfessional Labor Assistant
PLAPort of London Authority
PLAPelvic Lymphadenectomy
PLAPalestine Liberation Army
PLAParticipatory Learning and Action
PLAParasternal Long-Axis
PLAProduct Listing Ads (marketing)
PLAProfessional Landscape Architect
PLAPersonal Loan Agreement
PLAPaya Lebar Air Base
PLAProject Labor Agreements
PLAAmerican Plaice (Hippoglossoides platessoides)
PLAPrincipal Leadership Academy (various locations)
PLAPayday Loan Act
PLAPennsylvania Library Association
PLAPakistan Library Association
PLAProgram License Agreement
PLAPurchase and License Agreement
PLAProduct License Application
PLAPerformance Logs and Alerts
PLAParallel Linker Advance
PLAProvincial Liberal Association (Ontario, Canada)
PLAProperty Law Act (various locations)
PLAPublic Land Acquisition
PLAPrincipal's Leadership Award
PLAPublic Lands Act (Canada)
PLAProduct License Application (FDA)
PLAParachute Landing Area
PLAPhpLdapAdmin (PHP tool for LDAP Server Administration)
PLAPhone Losers of America
PLAProject Leadership Associates (various locations)
PLAPaperless Lab Academy
PLAPure Love Alliance
PLAProvincial Licensing Authority (South Africa)
PLAPrêt Locatif Aidé (French: Assisted Rental Loans)
PLAProliteracy America (education)
PLAPetroleum Licensing Authority (UK)
PLAPassenger's Luggage in Advance
PLAPredatory Lending Association
PLAPipleine Loss Allowance (transportation costs; various locations)
PLAPublic Library Authority (various locations)
PLAPierce Leahy Archives
PLAPhilip Lawrence Awards (UK)
PLAPlain Language Address
PLAParticipatory Learning Approach (pedagogy)
PLAPull Accumulator from Stack (6502 processor instruction)
PLAPortland Leather Alliance
PLAPerformance Level Assessment
PLAPractice Low Approach (FAA)
PLAPartial Look-Ahead
PLAParticipatory Learning Appraisal
PLAParachute Location Aid
PLAPurchased Life Annuity
PLAPower Level Angle
PLAProfessional Loadmaster Association
PLAPacific Legal Advisory (Bangkok & Thailand law firm)
PLAPool Leagues of America
PLAPartido Liberal Andaluz
PLAProcurement Liaison Auditor (Defense Contract Audit Agency)
PLAPlanar Loop Antenna (wideband antenna)
PLAPathology Laboratory Associates, Inc (Tulsa, OK)
PLAPower Level Actuator
PLAPylon Loading Adapter
PLAProactive Logistics Assessment
PLAProbabilistic Luck Assessment
PLAPlanned Labor Application
PLAPower Lever Angle Actuator
PLAPensacola Lighthouse Association (Florida, USA)
PLAPower-Loading Agreement (coal mining; UK)
PLAPlease Leave Alone
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The global polylactic acid market is projected to reach around USD 5.
Polylactic acid tends to degrade in the presence of water, and water will cause the film to whiten.
PerkinElmer Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopy was used to determine the chemical bonding of polylactic acid (PLA) from kenaf biomass.
The material, made of 100 percent polylactic acid, a plastic, is highly resistant to abrasion and flame retardant, the companies said.
A group of recycling organizations is calling for NatureWorks to halt expansion of its bio-based polylactic acid (PLA) in beverage bottles until the bioresin's recyclability has been demonstrated.
The new stent is made entirely of polylactic acid, a polymer.
today released two kinds of eco-friendly biomass packaging material using plant-generated plastic: a material derived from polylactic acid with petroleum and another material derived from polylactic acid with biodegradable petroleum.
Just this year, Ludwick et al reported the results of their in vitro investigation to determine if polylactic acid has bacteriostatic properties that might make it a good material with which to manufacture tympanostomy tubes.
The plant-based polylactic acid, which accounts for some 25 percent of the floor mat in weight, is combined with nylon fibers to secure sufficient durability for the mat.
Other, stiffer biodegradable plastics, like polylactic acid, are formed into drinking cups, food trays, containers, and planter boxes.
If all plastics were made from bio-based polylactic acid, oil consumption used in the manufacturing process would decrease by 90 to 145 million barrels per year.
said Tuesday it has developed the world's first flexible film made from polylactic acid, a plant-based eco-friendly material.