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BAP

1. <language> An early system used on the IBM 701.

[Listed in CACM 2(5):16 (May 1959)].
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When the two treatments were combined, the net outcome reflected these opposing actions, representing simple additive effects (no interaction of BaP x dexamethasone).
Table 1: The main effect of BAP hormone on numbers of green leaves, brown leaves and axillary shoots of Rosa damascena Mill.
In the present study, LS basal medium fortified with BAP (3.
Another change requested by BAP was to the requirement that only gold with a state stamp on it can be accepted at pawnshops.
PowerID's Gen 2 BAP labels will be available in high volumes in Q3 2008.
The recovery of some species has been sufficient to prove the success of BAPs,' said RSPB conservation director Dr Mark Avery.
This article reports a simple method for processing a porous BAp scaffold for bone tissue restoration from bovine bone by chemical and low temperature heat treatments.
The addition of a BAP is not considered necessary for part of a standard stool bacterial culture.
At the BAP annual meeting, students expressed overwhelming support for the VITA program and the vital experience it provides.
Kalyn Johnson is a lawyer practicing in New York and a coauthor of The BAP Handbook: The Official Guide to the Black American Princess (Broadway June 2001).
Closer to home are Belfast singers, brothers Brian and Bap Kennedy, who both feature in separate slots at this year's festival.