What does HVC stand for?

What does HVC mean? This page is about the various possible meanings of the acronym, abbreviation, shorthand or slang term: HVC.

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Higher Vocal Center

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High-Velocity Core

Academic & Science » Physics

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High-Voltage Cable

Computing » Hardware

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Hue Value and Chroma

Miscellaneous » Unclassified

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Hope Valley Counselling

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Hybrid Value Chain

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Haifa Verification Conference

Community » Conferences

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High Value Care

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Hungarian Verb Conjugator

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Huron Valley Chapter

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Hipodromo V Centenario

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Hunt Valley Church

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High Velocity Cloud

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High Value Corn

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Hidden Valley Camp

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Highest Value Contribution

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Hybrid Value Chains

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high vocal center

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Hue Value Chroma

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Hidden

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High-Velocity Coating

Business » Products

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Hardware Variability Control

Miscellaneous » Manufacturing

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High Velocity Compaction

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What does HVC mean?

HVC
HVC is a nucleus in the brain of the songbirds necessary for both the learning and the production of bird song. It is located in the lateral caudal nidopallium and has projections to both the direct and the anterior forebrain pathways. It is notable that both of the other orders of birds that learn song, the hummingbirds and parrots, also seem to have structures similar to HVC. Since it is believed that all three of these groups independently derived the ability to learn song, it is believed that these other HVC-like structures are examples of homoplasy.

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