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regulation development

In embryology, the condition in which a single blastomere or a portion of an embryo can give rise to a whole embryo.
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(24) After DOH published proposed rules under its regulation development procedure, but before those rules became effective, the legislature passed Senate bills 6-A and 8-A regarding medical marijuana, which were approved by the governor on June 23, 2017.
Each step must be followed, allowing other stakeholders (e.g., other health professions, educational institutions) to have input at differing phases of regulation development or revision.
"The new regulations are an important step to promoting the safe use of these drugs," Matthew Holman, Ph.D., deputy director of the Division of Nonprescription Regulation Development in the FDA's Office of New Drugs, said during a press conference.
Other such services supporting a broad range of programs and operations at Coast Guard, OPO, and TSA included budget preparation, regulation development, and employee relations.
Oregon Sport Fishing Regulation Development packets are available at ODFW offices and online at: www.dfw.state.or.us/ODFWhtml/InfoCntrFish/2009regdev.htm.
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