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PFSPPortland Federation of School Professionals (Portland, OR)
PFSPPrecision Fluency Shaping Program (developed by Ronald L. Webster, PhD)
PFSPPhilippine Foreign Service Post
PFSPPipeline Facility Surveillance Program
PFSPPedernales Falls State Park (Johnson City, TX)
PFSPPartial File Sharing Protocol
PFSPPhysician and Family Support Program (Canada)
PFSPPublic Facilities and Services Plan
PFSPpermutation flowshop sequencing problem
PFSPPort Facilities Security Plans (Australia)
PFSPPhysician Faculty Scholars Program (Robert Wood Johnson Foundation)
PFSPPartners for Financial Stability Program (Warsaw, Poland)
PFSPPriestly Fraternity of St Peter
PFSPProfessional Fire Systems and Projects (UK)
PFSPPhysical Fitness for Special Populations
PFSPPrivately Funded Scholarship Program
PFSPPrickett's Fort State Park (Fairmont, WV)
PFSPPay for Service Program
PFSPPennsylvania Forest Stewardship Program
PFSPPatient and Family Support Program
PFSPPeptide Fluorosurfactant Polymer
PFSPPartners for Sustainable Pollination
PFSPPurple-Fleshed Sweet Potatoes (Ipomoea batatas)
PFSPPrivate Farmer Support Project (World Bank)
PFSPporcine focal symmetrical poliomyelomalacia
PFSPPuente Fire and Security Protection
PFSPProportionate Fair Share Program (Sanford, FL)
PFSPPrivate Fixed Services/Paging
PFSPPre-Freshman Summer Program (various colleges and schools)
PFSPPACTOR Free Signal Protocol
PFSPPandemonium Free Space Port (later became MindScape BBS)
PFSPPrimes and Factors of Sum and Product
PFSPPreschool Farm Safety Program (Canada)
PFSPPort Facility Safety Plan
PFSPPrivate Financial Services Provider
PFSPPartial Foldover of Subplot (factors)
PFSPPurpose-Focused Specific Product
PFSPPATRIOT Field Surveillance Program
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Peels of purple-fleshed sweet potatoes generally contained higher anthocyanins than the flesh and could be a potential source for extracting the compounds (ZHU et al., 2010).
Purple-fleshed sweet potatoes need a long, warm season to produce a good crop, but the starchy, deep-purple roots of varieties like Violetta and All Purple are worth the wait.
My favorite sweet potato is 'Red Wine Velvet' of the orange varieties, 'Brazil White' of the white-fleshed varieties, and 'Camote Morado' (a Nicaraguan variety) of the purple-fleshed sweet potatoes.