FCR


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FCR

feed conversion rate.
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In March, the FCR commissioner had upheld the conviction of Afridi for his links with a banned militant organisation of Bara tehsil in Khyber Agency but reduced his jail term given by the assistant political agent's court from 33 to 23 years and fine from $3114 to $2141.
After meeting Ratner and joining FCR, which at the time had a staff of just eight, Welch and the company began a foray into Brooklyn with office buildings One Pierrepont Plaza and the Metro Tech Center.
In 2011 -- 110 years after it was enacted -- it dawned on Islamabad that the FCR needed to be updated.
FCR rates help pinpoint concerns in the interaction process to ensure that customer issues are indeed handled and resolved in rapid fashion.
05) was used to determine significant differences in the growth, survival rate, and FCR of tropical abalone reared at the 3 different stocking densities in prefabricated multitier trays.
Consequently, organizations lack a holistic view of the customer and when he or she achieves FCR.
The results on feed conversion ratio in broilers fed with aflatoxin from first day of age to six weeks of age were compiled and were subjected to meta-analysis to determine the effect of aflatoxin on FCR without any bias.
Rochester is the 15th US airport to join the PASSUR National FCR Network, which is designed to consolidate airport conditions, including NOTAM and critical non-NOTAM information, for all participating airports onto a single screen.
A comparative study of the domestic food and the imported ones showed superiority of the domestic formula in terms of FCR and growth in fish.
They said FCR was a stumbling block in the way of their development.
Fujifilm was the global forerunner in 1983 when it released the FCR ("Fuji Computed Radiography") medical imaging.
BIG Kaiser's new Straight Shank FCR offers greater DOC and low cutting resistance.