The area enjoys a high biological value due to its status as a marine wetland with a sandy strip, mud and salt flats which freshwater pours into, which makes it rich with oxygen and nutrition, allowing for the creation of a fertile environment, teeming with marine life," said Al Suwaidi.
What does HBV stand for?
HBV stands for High Biological Value
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of HBV
We have 66 other meanings of HBV in our Acronym Attic
- Hardware Blocking/Unblocking Reception
- Harrisonburg, Virginia
- Haskell Bottom Up Rewrite Generator
- Hattiesburg (Mississippi)
- Hardware Blocking/Unblocking Sending
- Handel Banken und Versicherungen (Labor Union Trading, Banking, Insurance)
- Health-Based Value (safety measurement)
- Hepatitis B Virus
- Heterostructure Barrier Varactor
- Hietsu Beach Volley (Finland)
- Holz Beton Verbund (German: Wood-Concrete Composite)
- Honor-Based Violence (form of domestic violence)
- Human Behavioral Variables
- l'Harmonie Beaulieu-Vayrac
- British Columbia Hobby Brewers and Vintners Association (Canada)
- Hose Bibb Vacuum Breaker
- Hepatitis B Virus Core
- Hepatitis B Viral Infection
- Het Belang Van Limburg
- Hepatitis B Viral Liver Disease
Samples in periodicals archive:
If taken according to the principles of health and hygiene, red meat is rich in high biological value (HBV) protein.
If all the essential amino acids are present in the correct proportions, the protein has a high biological value.
Despite the low level of accuracy of Chapter Eight's population estimates, the author documents the high biological value of the Dieng Mountains and recommends that the reserve system in Java be expanded to include this area as an important global biodiversity conservation area.
``We want mitigation of high quality, of high biological value, and it has to be functional,'' Long said.
He said that planting the Olive Oil Extraction Unit has the potential to generate work opportunities to the local farming communities which are the poorest of the entire country as well as to improve their diet through the use of edible oil of high biological value.