pseudotuberculosis groEL1 1641 62.9 inf B 2886 13.6 dnaK 1836 9.1 leuA 1818 14.0 odhI 3687 12.5 atpD 1446 6.2 recN 1740 27.0 dnaE 3561 58.2 groEL2 1641 59.5 recA 1110 14.1 rpoA 1017 7.7 fusA 2127 3.9 groES 297 6.5 rpoB 2974 8.0 sodA 600 10.0 atpA
1630 8.4 Average sequence divergence Gene C.
(21) Colombia's status as a beneficiary country under ATPA
ended when the U.S.-Colombia FTA entered into force in May 2012.
According to the report, the waiving of preferential trade rights followed threats from members of the US congress to drop the ATPA
in July, when it is due for renewal, unless Ecuador toed the line on Snowden.
The tertiary amide terminated polyamide (ATPA
), particularly the Sylvagel A2614V, builds structure to work in synergy with isostearyl alcohol and/or oleyl alcohol, but also to lower the melt point, to lower the transparent candle's pool temperature.
According an annual report issued by the Automobile Theft Prevention Authority (ATPA
), Detroit once again saw an over-all decrease in vehicle thefts from 2009 to 2010.
For the purposes of this discussion, the relevant starting point for Peru was its entry into the Andean Trade and Preference Act (ATPA
) in 1991 and for Chile its ultimately thwarted invitation to join NAFTA in 1994.
Known as Automated Terminal Proximity Alert (ATPA
), the tool automatically lets controllers at the Minneapolis-St.
The tool, known as Automated Terminal Proximity Alert (ATPA
), was developed by Lockheed Martin and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and is said to enhance the Common Automated Radar Terminal System (CARTS), a programme Lockheed Martin primes for the FAA at over 100 TRACONs across the US.