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What does MOA stand for?
MOA stands for Mode of Action
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We have 182 other meanings of MOA in our Acronym Attic
- Minions of Abyss (gaming clan, Israel)
- Ministry of Agriculture
- Minnesota Orchestral Association
- Minute Of Angle (shooting accuracy)
- Minute of Arc
- Miscellaneous Offences Act (Zimbabwe)
- Missing On Arrival
- Mission Operations Area
- Mission Oriented Approach
- Missouri Optometric Association
Samples in periodicals archive:
This mode of action -- harming innocent people, burning mosques -- cannot be tolerated," he told AFP, who are responsible for all settler-related issues, have questioned several people over the attacks but no-one has been arrested.
This multiple mode of action strategy has shown improved consistency of protection against hard to control insects, like corn rootworm.
Resistance may occur between insecticides within a class or could be passed from immature to adult stages subject to the same insecticidal mode of action.
Therefore it is not a law, but only partakes of the name of law, insofar as it prescribes a certain mode of action in relation to a given end.
The proposed guidelines would use the body of mode of action data concerning an agent to evaluate the relevance of animal responses to human hazards, identify precursor responses that may be incorporated into the risk assessment as markers of effect or exposure, and gain insight into the dose-response relationship.
The analysis reveals the molecular behavior of a common lubricant additive, whose mode of action had remained mysterious since the additive's introduction in the late 1930s.
As weed resistance management plays an increasingly important role in herbicide selection, Callisto brings an entirely new post-emergence mode of action that demonstrates superior control of the toughest broadleaf weeds, even those resistant of tolerant to triazine, ALS-inhibiting and glyphosate herbicides.