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SHAState Highway Administration (Maryland)
SHASecure Hash Algorithm
SHAStrategic Health Authority (UK)
SHASteven Holl Architects (various locations)
SHASweet Home Alabama (movie and Lynyrd Skynyrd song)
SHAShort Handed Assists (hockey)
SHASeattle Housing Authority
SHASociety for Historical Archaeology
SHASacred Heart Academy (various in US)
SHASudden Heart Attack
SHASystem Health Agent
SHAScsi Host Adapter
SHASuper High Aperture
SHASwiss Humanitarian Aid (successor to Swiss Disaster Relief)
SHASocialist Health Association (UK)
SHASchool of Hotel Administration
SHASecondary Heads Association (UK)
SHASeparation Health Assessment (US DoD)
SHAShareholders Agreement
SHASpartanburg Housing Authority (Spartanburg, SC)
SHASample-And-Hold Amplifier
SHASchool Health Aide
SHASyrian Hamster (medical research specimen)
SHASocial Health Association of Indiana (est. 1937)
SHASystem Hazard Analysis
SHAState Highway Account (California)
SHASalicylhydroxamic Acid
SHASidereal Hour Angle
SHAAmerican Shad (FAO fish species code)
SHAState Health Agency
SHASchool of Hospitality Administration
SHASociedad Hebraica Argentina (Jewish Community Center, Buenos Aires)
SHASubsystem Hazard Analysis
SHASafety Hazard Analysis
SHASensor Harness Assembly (oil exploration)
SHASuperannuation Holding Account (Australia)
SHASuper High Aperture (Sharp Corporation)
SHASociety for Hawaiian Archaeology (Honolulu, HI)
SHASight & Hearing Association (since 1939; Saint Paul, Minnesota)
SHASanford Housing Authority (Florida, USA)
SHASagamihara Housing Area (Japan)
SHAHardware Address of the Sender
SHASandwich Hybridization Assay
SHASummit Housing Authority (Summit County, CO)
SHAStation Housing Allowance
SHASwitch Homing Arrangement
SHAShoqëria Anonime (Albania: corporation)
SHASioux Honey Association (Sue Bee Honey)
SHASemester Hours Attempted
SHASoft Handoff Approach
SHASelbsthilfeorientierte Armutsbekämpfung (German: self-help-oriented poverty alleviation)
SHASolid Homogeneous Assembly
SHASuperior Hypophyseal Artery
SHAShrewsbury Housing Authority (Shrewsbury, MA)
SHASpeed Headache Associates
SHAScientists Helping America (call for scientists to help in the fight against terrorism)
SHASaint Herblain Automobiles (France)
SHAShanghai, China - Shanghai International /Hongqiao/ (Airport Code)
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The salient points emerging through the use of salicylhydroxamic acid were that (i) both bold and small grains showed a significant decrease in relative levels of catalase, peroxidase and ascorbic acid peroxidase from 14th, 28th and 28th DAA stages respectively (Figures 1, 2 and 3) and (ii) in spite of the aforementioned decline, they continued to exhibit the disparity between them and at maturity the smaller grains still showed higher catalase, peroxidase and ascorbic acid peroxidase than the bolder grains (Figure 4).
In present context, the central point which came to light in the present endeavor is that an unusual path of aerobic respiratory chain (CN-resistant respiration) plausibly switches-on during the grain filling stage and if checked, through the immaculate use of salicylhydroxamic acid, can decrease the relative levels of catalase, peroxidase and ascorbic acid peroxidase in the grains.
The salient points emerging through the use of salicylhydroxamic acid were that (i) both bold and small grains showed a decrease in relative levels of ascorbic acid oxidase, a-amylase and L98\f"Symbor"\s9-amylase from about 14th DAA stage (Figures 1, 2 and 3) and (ii) in spite of the aforementioned decline, they continued to exhibit the disparity between them and at maturity the smaller grains still showed higher ascorbic acid oxidase, a-and b- amylases than the bolder grains (Figure 4).
The representation of the data in Figure 1 indicates the level of ascorbic acid oxidase as influenced by salicylhydroxamic acid in two different types of grains.
The salient points emerging through the use of salicylhydroxamic acid were that (i) both bold and small grains showed a significant increase in relative levels of methionine and tryptophan from 14th DAA stage, while the relative levels of proline decreased (Figures 1, 2 and 3), and (ii) in spite of aforementioned changes, they continued to exhibit the disparity between them and at maturity the smaller grains still showed lower methionine, tryptophan and proline than the bolder grains (Figure 4).
The representation of the data in Figure 1 indicates the level of methionine as influenced by salicylhydroxamic acid in two different types of grains.
The application of salicylhydroxamic acid presented the unique observations.
The salient points emerging through the use of salicylhydroxamic acid were that (i) both bold and small grains showed an increase in relative levels of protein and free amino acids from 7th and 14th DAA stages respectively (Figures 1 and 2) and (ii) in spite of the aforementioned increment, they continued to exhibit the disparity between them and at maturity the smaller grains still showed lower protein and free amino acids than the bolder grains (Figure 3).
Salicylhydroxamic acid in a concentration of 10 ppm was prepared.
PBW-343) as affected by exogenous application of salicylhydroxamic acid (SHAM), isolated from different regions of the same spike at different intervals of time after anthesis (mean of ten replications).
Salicylhydroxamic acid in two concentrations included 1 and 10 ppm was prepared.