RBCTRichards Bay Coal Terminal (South Africa)
RBCTRandomised Badger Culling Trial (UK ecology experiment)
RBCTRed Blood Cell Transfusion (neurosurgery)
RBCTRed Black Chartreuse Tiger (fishing lure)
RBCTRandomised Biomarker-Controlled Trial (patient trial)
RBCTReserve Binding Capability of Transcortin (cardiology)
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Unused capacity at RBCT could be exploited fol- lowing a change of ownership.
One point of agreement between Simpson and RBCT is the recognition that government intervention plays a role in recession.
Garrison (1991) addresses the relationships among ABCT and new classical general equilibrium business cycle models, including real business cycle theory (RBCT).
Take node [S.sub.i] as an example; after completion of the initial deployment, RBCT algorithm is described as in Algorithm 1, where [A.sub.i] is the computing node nearest to underwater sensor node [S.sub.i].
The risks and complications of RBCT include: the transmission of infectious diseases, immune suppression, acute respiratory distress syndrome, circulatory overload and errors in administration.
The Randomised Badger Culling Trial (RBCT) in fact showed positive and negative changes in the incidence of bovine TB in cattle as a result of badger culling.
The FUW believes the delay should be used to undertake a full assessment of the impacts of the Randomised Badger Culling Trial of 1998-2007 (RBCT).
The new findings, published in the Royal Society Journal Biology Letters, are based on analysis of data from the 10-year Randomised Badger Culling Trial (RBCT) set up by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Defra) in 1998.
They studied the Randomised Badger Culling Trial (RBCT) in England and found that while widespread culling does reduce cattle TB, the benefits disappeared within four years.