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SBOSoil Based Organism    
SCOBYSymbiotic Colony Of Bacteria and Yeast    
SGPTserum glutamic pyruvic transaminase    
SHBGSex Hormone-Binding Globulin    
SHILAP Revta. lepid.SHILAP Revista de lepidopterologia    
SISystème International d'unités (International System of Units)    
SLWSmall Legged Wading Bird    
SNPsingle-nucleotide polymorphism    
SPBOStatewide Programmatic Biological Opinion    
SPOLSecond Pick of The Litter    
SRC-FAMILY KINASESSarcoma-family kinases. The first member of this family to be found was the v-Src protein. It was produced by virus, that was isolated in chickens. This was the Rous Sarcoma virus, the first cancer-inducing virus ever found. The protein is not cancer-inducing, just the virus. Calm down. Since then, the protein - which is a normal and necessary part of cell growth - has been found in many organisms, including humans.    
SSTFsSequence-specific DNA-binding transcription factors    
SZMStereo Zoom Microscope    
TFRtotal fertility rate    
TGFtransforming growth-factor    
THPThermal Hydrolysis Process    
thylakoidit is a membrane-bound compartment inside chloroplast and cyanobacteria.    
TMATissue Micro-Array    
TrisanitaTrisanita was formed as an acronym of three sanitation platforms. Three process sciences: physics, chemistry, biology. Three environmental media: soil, water, air. Three living resources: plants, animals, humans. Three contaminant carriers: wastewater, solid waste, waste gases. Three sanitation goals: clean, healthy, safety. Three social behaviors: knowledge, attitude, practice. Three pillars of scientific integrity: education, research and public services. The mission of Trisanita was undertaken through scholarly scientific journal publication. Three journals have been launched, entitled: Journal of Applied Sciences in Environmental Sanitation (J.ASES) on 29 March 2006, Journal of Applied Technology in Environmental Sanitation (J.ATES) on 8 April 2011, and Journal of Applied Phytotechnology in Environmental Sanitation (J.APES) on 25 May 2011.    
TSTtissue surface tension    
VDRAVitamin D Receptor Activator    
VIOLETViolent Insect Of Ingenious Edible Tactics    
VLBViburnum Leaf Beetle    
VMBVine MealyBug    
VNHVertebrate Natural History    

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