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TR

The two-character ISO 3166 country code for TURKEY.

TR

1. ISO 3166-1 alpha-2 code for the Republic of Turkey. This is the code used in international transactions to and from Turkish bank accounts.

2. ISO 3166-2 geocode for Turkey. This is used as an international standard for shipping to Turkey. Each province has its own code with the prefix "TR." For example, the code for Ankara Province is ISO 3166-2:TR-06.
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These mutations all participate in telomere maintenance but fall into 3 distinct telomere-maintenance pathways: the telomerase complex, which elongates telomeres in stem cells [disease genes TERC, TERT, DKC1, NOP10, NHP2, and WRAP53 (formerly TCAB1)]; the shelterin complex, which protects telomere ends and regulates telomerase recruitment (disease gene TINF2); and the CTS complex, which participates in telomere replication and regulates telomerase activity at the telomere end (disease gene CTC1) (1).
2]) estimados a partir de las velocidades GPS de las estaciones TERC, MELL, PURI y GANU (Figura l).
The new research suggests a problem with TERC may enable lymphoma cells to ignore the ageing trigger and keep on dividing.
It's hard for a teacher to speak about a program they haven't implemented over the whole year yet," says Murray of TERC.
used this quantitative RT-PCR system to study two human pancreatic cancer cell lines and showed that their assay can demonstrate the difference in TERC expression between the cell lines.
Negotiations are being carried out as per mandate received from TERC (Trade and Economic Relations Committee)," he added.
Rosebery and Warren (both Cheche Konnen Center, TERC, Cambridge, Massachusetts) offer a collection of 11 essays written by researchers dedicated to improving science education for English language learners (ELLs), supplemented with three case studies from actual classrooms and seven reflective essays by teachers extending the ideas from the researchers' writings by offering a classroom perspective.
She then takes us through the TERC and the Everyday Math approaches and claims that children rarely become efficient, confident, and fluent in computation in the case of the TERC method.
By Nancy Love Published by Regional Alliance for Mathematics and Science Education at TERC, Christopher Gordon Publishers, Inc.
Dan Barstow, director of the Center for Earth and Space Science Education at the nonprofit organization TERC, says that "at some point every year, every student should have some kind of engaging experience doing science.
In about 1987, Robert Tinker and his staff at TERC helped develop the National Geographics KidsNet: a new, innovative way to bring inquiry-based learning to elementary school children.