SHRS

AcronymDefinition
SHRSSchool of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences
SHRSSubtropical Horticulture Research Station (crop research; USDA)
SHRSSchool Health Resource Services
SHRSSupervisory Human Resources Specialist (job position)
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They collected seeds from each tree and started growing them outdoors at SHRS, ultimately selecting six seedlings.
For example, if you believe that your high school programs have served students about average, you would give such items on the SHRS a rating of 15, or half of the 30 possible.
The Egyptian SHRS is a good case example of such leaders and their position of political cohesion with the state, which places them outside of the scope of this article.
Fairchild's mission was much the same as that of ARS researchers today: working to ensure that growers are able to provide a safe and abundant supply of the agricultural products we all want and need," said the late Peter Teal, former research leader (recently deceased) of SHRS.
The first test was conducted from 2 to 16 Mar 2012 at SHRS (14 day sampling period), and the second test was conducted from 4 to 17 Dec 2012 at UF-TREC (13 day sampling period).
Schnell and fellow SHRS plant geneticists Steve Brown, David Kuhn, and Cecile Tondo, along with Mars and international cooperators (see box), have developed a marker-assisted selection (MAS) program for breeders.
The SHRS is scored on a PC like computer using Microsoft DOS.
09) WT AVG SHRS OUTSTAND - BASIC AND DILUTED 9,298,329 9,262,615 9,276,901 8,691,434
Coconut germplasm was received from the Jamaican Coconut Board for breeding and disease-management studies at both SHRS and the University of Florida's Fort Lauderdale Research and Education Center.
assistant professor, SHRS Department of Health Information Management.
In 1980, SHRS was formally named a clonal repository within the National Plant Germplasm System (NPGS) with primary responsibility for collecting and preserving mango and other subtropical crop species.