VAM

(redirected from Vesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizae)
AcronymDefinition
VAMVictoria and Albert Museum (UK)
VAMVisual Arts Museum (various locations)
VAMVulnerability Assessment and Monitoring (World Food Program; UN)
VAMVpn Acceleration Module
VAMVendor Account Manager
VAMVirtual Appliance Marketplace
VAMVinyl Acetate Monomer
VAMVisual Asset Management (database application)
VAMVesicular-Arbuscular Mycorrhizae
VAMVentilation Air Methane
VAMVirginia Association of Museums
VAMVitt Ariskt Motstånd (Swedish: White Aryan Resistance)
VAMVitt Ariskt Motstånd (Sweden)
VAMVerwertungsgesellschaft für Audiovisuelle Medien (Vienna, Austria)
VAMVictor Advanced Media (Japan)
VAMVulnerability Assessment and Mapping (UN)
VAMVice Admiral Malta (US Navy)
VAMVirtual Appliance Marketplace (VMware)
VAMVirtual Access Method
VAMVoluntary Action Manchester
VAMValue-Added Module
VAMVane Adjustment Machine (turbine motors)
VAMVan Allen and Mallis (coin quality rating)
VAMValue Added Manufacturing
VAMVelocita Ascensionale Media (Italian: average climbing speed)
VAMValue-Added Measure
VAMVuil Afvoer Maatschappij (Dutch waste disposal company)
VAMVapour Absorption Machine (India)
VAMVegetable, Animal, Mineral (hair tonic)
VAMVideo Area Manager
VAMMigraine Associated Vertigo
VAMVacuum Advance Mechanism
VAMVibration Acoustical Monitoring
VAMVPN Accelerated Module (Cisco Systems, Inc.)
VAMVehicle Allocation Matrix
VAMVenice Arts Mecca (California)
VAMAttack Squadron, Medium
VAMVista Asset Management (military logistics system)
VAMValue Approximation Method (baseball statistical analysis)
References in periodicals archive ?
Mahadevan, "Distribution of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae in the plants and rhizosphere soils of the tropical plains, Tamil Nadu, India," Mycorrhiza, vol.
Response of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of maize to various rates of P addition to different rooting zones.
Influence of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae on water movement through Bouteloua gracilis (H.B.K.) Lag.
400 millon year old vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae. (VAM).
Probably the MVA (vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae) spores count is one of the microbiological phenomena that was most quantitatively favored in no-till soil as compared to traditional till.
Formation of vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae in Phoenix dactylifera L., cultivated in Qassim region, Saudi Arabia.
Kim KY, Jordan D, McDonald GA (1998) Effect of phosphate-solubilizing bacteria and vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae on tomato growth and soil microbial activity.
Influence of clipping and soil water status on vesicular-arbuscular mycorrhizae of two semi-arid tussock grasses.