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bap

 (băp)
n. Chiefly British and Scots
1. A soft bread roll that is often dusted with flour and eaten for breakfast.
2. baps Vulgar Slang A woman's breasts.

[Originally Scots, of unknown origin.]

bap

(bæp)
n
(Cookery) Brit a large soft bread roll
[C16: of unknown origin]

Bap.

or Bapt.,

Baptist.

bap.

baptized.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.Bap - a small loaf or roll of soft breadbap - a small loaf or roll of soft bread  
bread, breadstuff, staff of life - food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
Scotland - one of the four countries that make up the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland; located on the northern part of the island of Great Britain; famous for bagpipes and plaids and kilts
Translations

bap

[bæp] N (Brit) → bollo m pequeño de pan

bap

[ˈbæp] n (British) (= bread roll) → petit pain m

bap (bun)

n (Brit) → weiches Brötchen
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After surface sterilization, apical meristems were grown on MS(Murashige and Skoog 1962)media supplemented with BAP alone and combination with
FCI is extremely pleased to have been awarded approval by BAP and is looking forward to assisting in the ongoing growth of the BAP standards into new species and geographies.
cna 18 17,0 58,000 440,500 1,743,000 eno 87 82,1 58,000 690,000 7,130,000 ebp 19 17,9 75,000 695,000 4,855,000 fnbB 6 5,7 106,000 337,500 2,639,000 fib 76 71,7 94,000 738,000 7,130,000 bap 60 56,6 94,000 780,500 7,130,000 negativos 12 11,3 12,000 180,000 1,916,000 Tabela 2--Valores absolutos, porcentagens e Medianas, Numeros Minimos e Maximos das CCS das combinagoes de genes "eno/fib/bap", demais combinagoes e ausencia dos genes pesquisados.
This study showed that Sainfoin meristem explant, BAP and 2,4-D together were important for callogenesis and for regeneration only BAP was effective.
The study found that BaP was directly linked to low HDL production, according to the findings published in Life Sciences journal.
1] de BAP na ausencia de IBA e na combinacao de 1,0mg [L.
He said: "The role will include chairing regular BAP meetings, championing and advocating arts and culture to wide range of stakeholders, contribute to BAP's vision, messages and projects, act as spokesman for BAP and provide counsel to BAP members.
O TDZ e o BAP ainda nao possuem registro para a cultura da videira no Brasil, nao podendo ser avaliados sensorialmente, tampouco serem recomendados para o uso comercial, entretanto foram testados neste trabalho por haver uma perspectiva de que tambem iriam melhorar as caracteristicas fisico-quimicas da uva 'Bordo'.
Te same result was reported by Modarres Sanavy and Jami Moeini [9] that studied the effect of cultivars, NAA (Naphthalene acetic acid), BAP (6-Benzyl-amino purine) growth regulators and different soil combinations in production of minituber of Agria and Marfona in the plantlets that were achieved with meristem culture.
BAP employs about 25 people in the Steamboat area, while Honey Stinger employs about 10.
After tucking into his ketchup topped bap the prince's flying colleagues at RAF Valley texted the owners of the Valley based van on the side of the A5 to confirm the Royal assent had been given.
For example: The BAP is generally appropriate for insuring: