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BFN

abbreviation for
(Telecommunications) bye for now
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BFN

1. Boyfriend
2. Bye for now
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Aislamiento de bacterias fijadoras de N atmosferico (BFN): Las BFN se aislaron de la endorizosfera de las plantas de fresa silvestre y se sembraron en tubos con medio de cultivo semisolido sin fuente de N (Rennie, 1981).
[ClickPress, Fri Apr 20 2018] Freightgate, the premier innovation leader in cloud computing and mobile applications for logistics and global supply chain management, has been awarded the coveted, Built For NetSuite (BFN) Badge.
As a well-known design, this architecture allows the realization of a true delay line beam-forming network (BFN) for linear arrays by means of an extension of the Ruze lens [21] to a three focus architecture.
With the BFN movement we will be pushing some music out.
Three cases of follicular adenoma had abundant colloid in addition to a few follicular cells on cytology, hence were diagnosed as BFN. The cytological appearance of nodular goiter can overlap with those of follicular adenoma and cytological criteria alone cannot reliably distinguish between the two in certain cases.
Proceedings of the International Conference 15th of July 2003 in Bonn on the Occasion of the 10th Anniversary of the German Federal Agency for Nature Conservation (BfN).
Cllr Ian Moncur, Sefton council's cabinet member for children, schools, families and leisure, said: "Bikers for Neuro (BFN) has been supporting Neurosupport since 2011 and it is fantastic that they finish their latest fundraising ride in Southport.
Posee rizosfera con potencial para el establecimiento de bacterias fijadoras de N de vida libre (BFN) y solubilizadoras de fosfatos (BSP), las cuales son estimuladas por el COS derivado de los FO y de los hidrocarburos totales del petroleo (HTP).
Historically, legume crops such as common bean (Phaseolus vulgaris L.) have played an important role in soil fertility through symbiotic fixation of nitrogen (BFN), enhancement of soil organic matter, and prevention of nutrient leaching [2, 3].
Varshney, "Electrochemical removal of the hazardous dye Reactofix Red 3 BFN from industrial effluents," Journal of Colloid and Interface Science, vol.