DMPr


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DMPr

(Digital Media PRinter) A DLNA-certified printer that accepts content from TVs, smartphones, tablets and cameras over the network. See DLNA.
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The variables R/S, DMPS and DMPR were influenced (p < 0.01) by ECns when the evapotranspired volume was replaced with SAW and SW (Figure 3).
Caption: Figure 1--Plant height (a), dry matter production of roots (DMPR) (b), number of leaves per flower stem (NLFS) (c), production of dry matter of leaves (PDML) (d), total chlorophyll (e) and Fe leaf content (f) of rosebushes (cv.
Tracy said: "I appreciated the opportunity to speak directly with the decision maker for financial policy in Britain, and it was the perfect occasion to announce the launch of DMPR."
Any DMP, M-DMP, DMR, M-DMD, and DMPr device must be able to receive content from any DMS or M-DMS device by supporting the mandatory formats designated in Table 2.
At a temperature of 10[degrees]C, in the presence of DCD or DMPR the ammonium loss rate was 0, indicating that the ammonium soil content was constant during the incubation time.
Dmpr is the damper setting (in degrees), uDmpr is the uncertainty in the damper setting (assumed as [+ or -]5 degrees), and u[P.sub.up] and u[P.sub.dwn] are the uncertainty in the upstream and downstream static pressures.