GPR162

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GPR162

A gene on chromosome 12p13 that encodes an orphan G protein-coupled receptor.
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But still, she noted, that Mark Peacock of the GRCA, has been more directly engaged and would have additional information.
The GRCA acts as the facilitator/catalyst to engage partners and provides the forum for them to make cross-boundary plans and decisions to manage development so that the natural environment is sustained.
The invasive pest has spread through most of the southern part of the watershed, creating potentially hazardous situations in GRCA parks, trails and other properties.
See the GRCA Website (GRCA sidebar) for more information.
Brant wants the GRCA and trail organizations to close all the trails on the slope east of the lookout and below the Bell Homestead.
The mayor suggested writing a letter to the GRCA about propagating cucumber trees.
In response to a question, Alex Davidson, Water Division Manager, reported on an upcoming meeting at the Grand River Conservation Authority's office involving technical representatives from Dufferin, the County of Brant, the GRCA, the Ministry of the Environment, the Ministry of Natural Resources and the Concerned Citizens of Brant to discuss the Dufferin Aggregates application for a permit to take water for below-table extraction.
Water conservation tips and information can be found on the GRCA website at www.
The GRCA and other conservation authorities administer regulations that control development near wetlands, along watercourses and their flood plains, steep slopes and the Lake Erie shoreline.
He said that SBA was not aware that the area was regulated by the GRCA.
Walton's trees consultant, Bruce Zavitz, told the committee that none of the abandoned nursery stock could be considered significant woodland despite a contradictory opinion from the GRCA, because none of those trees was a native species.
GRCA money will be available to landowners until the end of the year for upgrading private wells or decommissioning unused wells, and maintaining or replacing a septic system.