DVM


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DVM

 
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

DVM

Abbreviation for Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

DVM

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.

DVM

abbr.
Doctor of Veterinary Medicine

DVM

Doctor of Veterinary Medicine.
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DVM R620 serves as a conduit for improved operator productivity and risk mitigation, leveraging connectivity for smarter surveillance that can more easily grow and expand as needs change and evolve.
Secretary-Treasurer: Dante Martin, DVM, Holly Ridge Veterinary Hospital in Holly Ridge, North Carolina
As a criterion for determining the DVM behaviour, the mean differences of WMD between day and night of the populations distribution were tested using the two-tailed t-test.
DVM S offers the world's largest capacity for one external unit up to 88HP and the highest level of IPLV 6.
2008), whereas for round pearl production, oysters with a DVM ranging from 110-140 mm are used (Mao et al.
He received his DVM from the University of Wisconsin, Madison and is widely published in the animal husbandry literature.
Haug, DVM, DACVB, CPDT-KA, CABC Texas Veterinary Behavior Sciences, Sugar Land, TX.
This concession has arrived too late for most spring calving herds, but it is at last in place and from now on suckled calf breeders with cows that have lost their calves can clear an onward movement through their DVM and escape a compulsory standstill,'' explained NBA chief executive, Robert Forster.
A [+ or -]50 V DC DVM monitors Use microwave receiver's AGC circuitry to assist in antenna alignment.
markets nationally under the name DVM Insurance Agency through Scottsdale Insurance Co.
When a digital data signal enters either DVM, that unit generates an analog carrier frequency that it modulates with the data pattern.