Pickett from the Institute for Arable Crops Research in Harpenden, England, made some new discoveries.
What does IACR stand for?
IACR stands for Institute for Arable Crops Research
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We have 23 other meanings of IACR in our Acronym Attic
- Inter-American Conference on Physics Education (South America; annual conference of Inter-American Council on Physics Education )
- International Association of Credit Portfolio Managers
- Inter-American Council of Psychiatric Organizations
- International ACSYS (Arctic Climate System Study)/CLIC (Climate and Cryosphere) Project Office (Norway)
- International Association of Close Protection Officers (bodyguards)
- Iowa Association of Chiefs of Police and Peace Officers
- International Association of Corporate and Professional Recruitment (Beverly Hills, CA)
- International Association of Corporate and Professional Resources
- Iowa Association of Cardiopulmonary Rehabilitation (est. 1988)
- Inter-American Coalition for the Prevention of Violence
- International Association for Critical Realism (UK)
- International Association for Cryptologic Research
- International Association of Cancer Registries (est.1966)
- Iranian Assets Control Regulations (US Department of the Treasury)
- Irish Association for Cancer Research
- Integrated Airman Certification and Rating Application
- Intel-AIM (Asian Institute of Management) Corporate Responsibility Award (Asian Forum on Corporate Social Responsibility)
- Illinois Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
- Indiana Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers
- Information Assurance Certification Review Board (Elmwood Park, IL)
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Under the plan, the Institute for Arable Crops Research and Horticulture Research International, which has a major base at Wellesbourne in Warwickshire, will study biological ways of combating the mite naturally without destroying other, harmless insects .