A) The presentation is a chronologically, scientifically, and factually correct poetic and musical history of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis (VEE) viruses and epidemics through 1971.
What does VEE stand for?
VEE stands for Venezuelan Equine Encephalomyelitis
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We have 40 other meanings of VEE in our Acronym Attic
- Vascular Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome (cardiology)
- Vehicular Emergency Data Set (collision information; Extensible Markup Language standard)
- Vehicular Explosives Detection System (scanning technology)
- Very Early Developmental Stage
- Village Education and Development Society (various locations)
- Vocational Education Data System (US Department of Education)
- Vorarlberger Elektronik Dart Sport Verband (German: Vorarlberg Electronic Dart Sport Association; Vorarlberger, Austria)
- Vibrational Exponential-Distorted-Wave Infinite-Order-Sudden
- Validation by Educational Experience (actuary)
- Validation, Estimation and Editing (energy usage data processing)
- Virtual End-to-End
- Virtual Engineering Environment
- Virtual Execution Environment
- Visual Enhancement Engine (QuickLogic)
- Values and Ethics in Educational Administration
- Virginia Environmental Education Advisory Committee
- Vocational Education & Extension Board (New York State Department of Education)
- Victorian Environmental Education Council (1989-1993; Australia)
- Vacuum Electronic Equipment Company
- Videoendoscopic Evaluation of Dysphagia (developed 1984)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The successful eradication of several animal diseases--including vesicular exanthema, Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis, Avian influenza, sheep scabies, exotic Newcastle disease, and hog cholera--can be attributed to ARS research.
Vector competence of Culex (Melanoconion) taeniopus for allopatric and epizootic Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis viruses.
Laboratory vector competence of Culex (Melanoconion) cedecei for sympatric and allopatric Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis viruses.
Transmission of Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus by Aedes aegypti (Diptera: Culicidae) to mice previously exposed to vector antigens.
Re-emergence of epidemic Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis in South America.
Arbovirus studies in south Florida, with emphasis on Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis virus.
Venezuelan equine encephalomyelitis antibodies in human beings of southeastern Mexico.