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nutritionally variant streptococcus

Abbreviation: NVS
The obsolete name for bacteria of the genera Abiotrophia or Granulicatella.
See also: streptococcus
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NVS (a)= [([v.sub.c], [v.sub.b], [v.sub.a], [v.sub.d]), ([v.sub.1])] = [(0.1551, 0.1546, 0.1451, 0.1275), (0.1700)], NVS (b)= [([v.sub.a], [v.sub.b], [v.sub.c], [v.sub.d]),([v.sub.1])] = [(0.1538, 0.1459, 0.1459, 0.1308), (0.1714)].
then [[PSI].sub.NV] is called a unit NVS, where 1 [less than or equal to] i [less than or equal to] n.
Because of the presence of network security functions, communication linktypes, and protocol types, the NVS score is assigned as shown in Table 4.
NatureFlex NVS has been specifically formulated to offer improved stiffness under chill cabinet conditions and a controlled level of moisture permeability with a heat-sealable, conversion-friendly coating on both sides.
NatureFlex[TM] NVS has been specifically formulated to offer improved stiffness under chill cabinet conditions and a controlled level of moisture permeability with a heat-sealable conversion-friendly coating on both sides.
AT Furustad will become a part of NVS Norge, the Norwegian division of NVS, and will be integrated in the existing NVS branch in Sandefjord.
the NAEP Validity Studies (NVS) Panel was asked by the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) to undertake a validity study to examine the quality of the NAEP Mathematics Assessments at grades 4 and 8.
The bivalves examined were highly contaminated with NVs, especially with Genogroup 2 (G2), in winter and early spring, with the peak of 91% (G2) for oysters in April and 74% (G2) for mussels in March.
Night Vision Systems of Allentown, Pennsylvania, offers the NVS Pan and Tilt Series of thermal imaging cameras that combine standard CCD and thermal technology.