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PLD

Abbreviation for:
partial lipodystrophy
people with learning disabilities  
percutaneous lumbar discectomy
phospholipase D
platelet defect
polycystic liver disease
posterior latissimus dorsi
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The microstructural morphology of PLA and the blends were characterized by environmental scanning electron microscopy (SEM) at 8 kV, 7[micro]A.
Tambien se realizo un analisis termogravimetrico del PLA sin procesar (PLAsp) y procesado (extrudido e inyectado) (PLAp2), de los compuestos de PLA y de las muestras hidrolizadas, usando un equipo TGA 7 marca Perkin Elmer.
The influence of PLA amounts (0 to 40 wt%) on the thermal stability of neat PBAT and its composites is displayed in Figure 4 and Table 3.
After the demise of the Soviet Union, a massive land invasion by Russia was no longer seen as a major threat, and the PLA tried to reinvent itself from a land-based power, centred on a vast ground force, to a smaller, mobile, high-tech force capable of mounting operations beyond its borders.
Hiei focused on efforts within Takemoto targeted to the identification of nucleants that can increase the semi-durables market penetration of PLA.
Thanks to efforts by the General Logistics Department (GLD), the PLA gradually began to shift from supporting itself to purchasing subsistence from civilian markets.
Another issue with PLA is that, because it is of different origin than regular plastic, it must be kept separate when recycled, lest it contaminate the recycling stream.
Scanned electron micrographs and confocal laser microscopy revealed that the nisin particles were evenly distributed in the PLA polymer matrix on the surface and inside of the PLA-nisin films.
According to NatureWorks, PLA enjoys a number of disposal options in addition to landfill, including mechanical or chemical recycling, composting and incineration.
BioPeel PLA peelahle film can be tailored to seal and peel to any type of container, and allows, for example, all produce packers to immediately start using peelable biodegradable film.
PLA is an environment-friendly material made from plants.