PG

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Related to phosphatidyl glycerol: Phosphatidylinositol

PG

 (pē′jē′)
A trademark for a movie rating indicating that admission will be granted to persons of all ages but that parental guidance is advised in the case of children.

pg

the internet domain name for
(Computer Science) Papua New Guinea

PG

symbol for
(Film) a film certified for viewing by anyone, but which contains scenes that may be unsuitable for children, for whom parental guidance is necessary
[C20: from abbreviation of parental guidance]

PG

abbreviation for
1. (Commerce) paying guest
2. (Education) postgraduate

PG

parental guidance: a motion-picture rating advising parents that some material in the film may be unsuitable for children. Compare G (def. 2), NC-17, PG-13, R (def. 4), X (def. 7).
[1965–70, Amer.]

PG-13

(ˈpiˈdʒiˌθɜrˈtin)
a motion-picture rating advising parents that some material in the film may be unsuitable for children under the age of 13. Compare G (def. 2), NC-17, PG, R (def. 4), X (def. 7).

Pg.

1. Portugal.
2. Also, PgPortuguese.

pg.

page.

P.G.

1. Past Grand.
2. paying guest.
Translations

PG

ABBR
1. (Cine) (film censor's rating) =Parental Guidancemenores acompañados
2. =paying guest

PG

[ˌpiːˈdʒiː] n abbr (=parental guidance) → accord parental souhaitable
References in periodicals archive ?
AdSurf is a synthetic surfactant - a unique formulation of the naturally occurring phospholipids Dipalmitoylphosphatidycholine (DPPC) and Phosphatidyl Glycerol (PG).
A mixture of two naturally occurring phospholipids, Dipalmitoylphosphatidycholine (DPPC) and Phosphatidyl Glycerol (PG), Pumactant was originally developed in a liquid form by Britannia in collaboration with Addenbrookes Hospital (Cambridge, UK) in 1987.
Pumactant is a mixture of two of the naturally occurring phospholipids--Dipalmitoylphosphatidycholine (DPPC) and Phosphatidyl Glycerol (PG).