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MSMAMissouri State Medical Association (Jefferson City, MO, USA)
MSMAmonosodium methanearsonate (pesticide)
MSMAManual Saliran Mesra Alam (Manual for Malaysia)
MSMAMagnetic Shape Memory Alloy
MSMAMississippi State Medical Association
MSMAMount Saint Mary Academy (various locations)
MSMAMail Systems Management Association (New York, NY)
MSMAMuscle Shoals Music Association (Muscle Shoals, AL, USA)
MSMAMain Street Merchants Association
MSMAMagazine Street Merchants Association (New Orleans, LA)
MSMAMount Soledad Memorial Association (California)
MSMAMaine School Management Association
MSMAMusic Study, Mobility and Accountability
MSMAMember of the Sports Massage Association
MSMAMurray Spalding Movement Arts
MSMAMotorcycle Sports Manufacturers Association
MSMAMaster of Science in Marketing Analytics
MSMAMembrane Structures Manufacturers Association (Canada)
MSMAMichigan Society of Medical Assistants
MSMAMessage Store and Message Access
MSMAMinnesota Street Machine Association
MSMAMaryland Society of Medical Assistants
MSMAMakarov State Marine Academy (St. Petersburg, Russia)
MSMAMoist-Soil Management Advisor (software)
MSMAMaster of Science in Marketing Analysis
MSMAMary Seacole Memorial Association (UK)
MSMAMinnesota State Medical Association
MSMAMetal Stud Manufacturers Association
MSMAMulti-Slice Multi-Angle (medical imaging)
MSMAMargarine and Shortening Manufacturers' Association
MSMAMaryland Society of Medical Acupuncture (also seen as MSMA)
MSMAMid States Meat Association
MSMAMethane Sodium Methyl Arsonate
MSMAMale Sub-Miniature A (connector)
MSMAMinnesota Society of Municipal Analysts
MSMAMichigan State Medical Association
MSMAMeasurement System Methods Analysis
MSMAMassachusetts Society of Medical Assistants, Inc.
MSMAminimum significant measurable activity
MSMAMurrell-Shaw-Musher-Amos Exchange Perturbation Theory
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Straighthead has been frequently observed when rice is grown on land where As has accumulated from previous applications of herbicides with an As base such as monosodium methanearsonate (MSMA) (Gilmour and Wells, 1980).
Monosodium methanearsonate (MSMA) has been used for week control in cotton in the southern United States.