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SPPASolar Power Purchase Agreement (various organizations)
SPPAScottish Public Pensions Agency
SPPAScience Policy and Public Affairs
SPPASunbelt Promotional Products Association (Mobile, AL)
SPPASpartina Patens (saltmeadow cordgrass)
SPPASaint Paul Port Authority (Saint Paul, MN)
SPPASpecial Projects Administrator
SPPASurvey of Public Participation in the Arts
SPPASenior Professional Public Adjuster
SPPASociety for the Preservation of Poultry Antiquities
SPPASociedade Psicanalítica de Porto Alegre (Brazil)
SPPAStatutory Powers Procedure Act (Ontario, Canada)
SPPAStrategic Partnership Program Agroterrorism
SPPAScottish Postgraduate Philosophy Association
SPPASaskatchewan Professional Photographers Association
SPPASchool of Public Policy and Administration
SPPASeattle Professional Photographers Association
SPPASpatial Peak Pulse Average
SPPASupplemental Pension Plans Act (Canada)
SPPAServices to Pregnant and Parenting Adolescents
SPPASignal Peptide Peptidase A
SPPASingle Plan for Pupil Achievement
SPPAStrategic Planning and Program Alignment
SPPAStructural Plate Pipe-Arch
SPPAScottish Preschool Play Association
SPPASoutheastern Professional Photographers Association
SPPAStrategic Policy Planning and Analysis (Canada)
SPPAStatutory Powers and Procedure Act (Canada)
SPPAStandards of Professional Practice, Part A
SPPASpecial Projects Promotional Allowance (UK)
SPPASensor Performance and Product Assessment
SPPASeminal Plasma Protein Allergy
SPPASpizella Passerina (Chipping Sparrow)
SPPASkyline Planning and Preservation Alliance (Minnesota)
SPPASouth Pacific Ports Association
SPPASelf-Perception Profiles for Adolescents
SPPAStatus Plat Production Application
SPPASaint Paul Principals Association
SPPASpeech Path and Audiology
SPPASpruce Parkland
SPPAScience Public Policy Analyst
SPPAStruktura e Përkohshme dhe e Përbashkët Administrative (Albanian: Temporary and Common Administrative Structure, Kosova)
SPPASociety for Philosophy and Public Affairs
SPPASpecial Plan for Pupil Achievement
SPPASpermophilus Parryii
SPPAStep Pre-Angled
SPPASpeech Pathlogy and Audio
SPPASelf-Consistent Polarization Propagator Approximation
SPPASigma Pi Parents Association (Purdue University)
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NaCl stress, However, unchanged this ratio in the halophyte Spartina patens callus (Wu et al., 2005), suggestive of a possible role of greater bilayer forming lipids (PC) in salt tolerance (Table 1).
Cyperaceae X X Sabal maritima (Kunth) Arecaceae Burret Schizachyrium gracile Poaceae X X (Spreng.) Nash Spartina patens (Aiton) Poaceae Muhl.
However, Morus rubra was only observed in the northern segment, and Spartina patens was not observed in the southern segment.
1), a 224.6-ha salty prairie marsh, dominated by Gulf cordgrass (Spartina spartinae), saltmeadow cordgrass (Spartina patens), and eastern baccharis (Baccharis halimifolia).
Plant regeneration from callus cultures of salt marsh hay, Spartina patens, and its cellular-based salt tolerance.
Neomegamelanus spartini was described by Osborn (1905) (as Megamelanus spartini) from specimens collected on Spartina patens in New York and Maryland.
As they died, they were replaced by a salt marsh grass, Spartina patens.
Umbrella grass (Fuirena simplex) and marshhay cordgrass (Spartina patens) each were dominant in two wetlands.
Esto puede deberse a que las plantas aloctonas que los ocupan estan todas bien adaptadas a sus particulares condiciones ecologicas (salinidad, inundacion mareal, viento, etc.) ya que proceden de habitats similares en su lugar de origen (Baccharis halimifolia, Paspalum vaginatum, Stenotaphrum secundatum y Spartina patens).
It's called Spartina patens, also known as saltmeadow cordgrass - a noxious, invasive plant native to the Atlantic coast that found its way here probably a century ago.
Dense areas of Spartina patens, Distichlis spicata and Juncus roemerianus and the less common Borrichiafrutescens and S.