The 64-year old singer, who is an avid flower lover, was honoured with the Doritaenopsis Sir Elton John at the 20th World Orchid Conference.
What does DTPS stand for?
DTPS stands for Doritaenopsis (orchid variety)
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We have 7 other meanings of DTPS in our Acronym Attic
- Direction des Transports et de la Protection du Public (French: Directorate of Transport and Public Protection)
- Division of Tobacco Policy and Prevention (Mississippi)
- Double Tubular Piston Pump
- Développement des Transports Publics Régionaux (French: Development of Regional Public Transport)
- Digital Thesis & Project Room (Canada)
- Digital Trunk Primary Rate Interface
- Defense Transportation Payment System
- Diffuse Thalamic Projection System
- District Team Problem Solving
- District Town Planning Scheme (Australia)
- Dredge Track Presentation System (excavation)
- Dynamic Threat Prevention System (BAI Security; Schaumburg, IL)
- Department of Teacher Preparation and Special Education (Washington, DC; George Washington University)
- Desktop Pass-Through (software)
- Departamento Técnico de Planeamento e Urbanismo (Portuguese: Technical Department of Planning and Urban Development)
- Documentaries To Ponder Upon (series; Harun Yahya)
- Dormans Travaux Publics et Viticoles (French: Dormans Public Works and Vineyard)
- Department of Transportation and Public Works
- Danse Traditionnelle Québec (French: Traditional Dance Quebec; Quebec, Canada)
- Data Transmission Queue
Samples in periodicals archive:
MATERIALS AND METHODS Phytotoxicity Study Representatives of 7 commonly cultivated orchid genera obtained from commercial orchid growers in south Florida were used: Doritaenopsis Luchia Lip 'Sog.
misericors and Oncidium (Chang and Chang, 1998; Chen and Chang, 2000a, b) and to regenerate shoots of Phalaenopsis, Doritaenopsis and epiphytic cymbidium (Ernst, 1994; Chen and Piluek, 1995; Nayak et al.