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MOMissouri (US postal abbreviation)
MOMonth
MOMoney Order
MOMagneto-Optical
MOModus Operandi (Latin: Mode of Operating)
MOMU Online (gaming)
MOMail Order
MOMotor Oil
MOMobile Office
MOMobile Office (Airtel)
MOMontana (less common)
MOMorocco (Including Ifni)
MOMouse (medical research specimen)
MOMedical Officer
MOMember Organization
MOPhilip Morris (stock symbol)
MOMortal Online (gaming)
MOMacau (ISO country code, top level domain)
MOMorse (nautical)
MOMake Out
MOModena (Emilia Romagna, Italy)
MOMicrowave Oven
MOMolecular Orbital
MOMarketing Officer
MOManagement Operations
MOMolybdenum
MOMode of Operation
MOMineral Oil
MOMain Objective
MOMetal Oxide
MOAltria Group, Inc. (stock symbol)
MOMostar (auto registration for Mostar, Bosnia)
MOMobile Operator
MOMicroorganism
MOMoral Obligation
MOMarching Orders
MOMobile Originated (telecommunications)
MOMagnum Opus
MOMahavishnu Orchestra (jazz-rock fusion group)
MOMorbid Obesity
MOMethod of Operation
MOMobile Station
MOMarketing Optimization
MOMarine Officer
MOMaîtrise d'Ouvrage (French: Project Management)
MOModern Orthodox
MOMultiple Osteochondromas (disorder)
MOMetal Object
MOMission Objective
MOMixed Oxide
MOMetalorganic
MOMiddle Office
MOManual Override
MOManaged Object
MOMaintenance Officer
MOMichael Olowokandi (basketball player)
MOMega Octet (French: megabyte)
MOMilitary Outpost (gaming, Pardus)
MOModification Order
MOMathematical Olympiad
MOManagement Object (OSI)
MOMars Observer
MOMaster Oscillator
MOManufacturing Order
MOMaintenance Optimization (mathematical model)
MOManpower Office
MOMedical Orderly
MOMission Orders
MOMapObject
MOMovement Orders
MOMilicja Obywatelska (former Polish police)
MOMission Observer
MOMadonion.com
MOManpower and Organization
MOMental Observation
MOMasonry Opening
MOMedula Oblongata
MOMorpholino antisense Oligonucleotide
MOMaps and Overlays
MOManagement Systems Office (NIMA)
MOMiscellaneous Operation
MOMcLean Orchestra (McLean, VA)
MOMunitions Operations
MOMesio-Occlusal (dentistry)
MOMostly Orthogonal
MOMicrobe Obliterator (WALL-E)
MOMOD51 (assembly language ASM51 assembler control)
MOMassey-Omura (multiplier)
MOMyst Obsession (gaming website)
MOMusa-Okumoto (logarithmic Poisson method)
MOManomet Observatory (University of Missouri, Columbia, Biological Sciences, Columbia, MO)
MOMagnesia Oil (Haley's)
MOModule Outfitting
MOMilitia Operative
MOMedium Offense (gaming)
MOMaintenance & Operations/Operating
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When disease-causing microorganisms infect or enter our body, our immune cells get activated and produce antibodies which in so many ways are able to eliminate the invaders.
Selection of microorganism from homemade biofertilizers:
Noresah, "Effective Microorganism (EM) technology for water quality restoration and potential for sustainable water resources and management," in Proceedings of the International Congress on Environmental Modelling and Software Modelling for Environments Sake, Fifth Biennial Meeting Held between 5th-8th, Ontario, Canada, 2010.
She said that however despite these tests, the precise microorganism could not be identified in up to half of the people, who have pneumonia, and when the person is severely ill and is not helped by initial therapy and doctors can try to obtain better samples, often by inserting a long flexible tube (bronchoscope) into the airways.
Tokyo, Apr 14, 2014 - (JCN) - Kaneka Corporation in a joint research project with Keiji Numata, team leader of the Enzyme Research Team, Biomass Engineering Program Cooperation Division, Center for Sustainable Resource Science, RIKEN, and team, have successfully biosynthesized polyhydroxyalkanoic acid (PHA), a type of bioplastic, generated by microorganisms using degradation products of lignin, a plentiful component found in wood, as a carbon source.
Oral swabs were taken and microorganisms were identified by standard bacteriological methods.
With further genetic alterations, the microorganism could potentially be used to produce carbon-neutral biofuels.
Gen Tech is the sole agent for the supply of effective microorganisms in Namibia and Angola.
The immune system is provoked to make antibodies against the modified microorganism; it also retains a "memory" of the virus or bacterium.
Apart from setting the basic minimum standard for patentability, TRIPS obliges member states to patent microorganisms. (17) Therefore, an understanding as to what constitutes a microorganism is essential.