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What does LZU stand for?
LZU stands for Lanzhou University (China)
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The team, led by Lanzhou University, comprising BGI, the world's largest genomics organization, Institute of Kunming Zoology, Chinese Academy of Sciences as well as the other 12 institutes, sequenced the genome of a female domestic yak using high-throughput sequencing technology.
 Guoju Ye, Fengling Jia, YinPing Wang, Convergence theorems of Henstock integral for Banach-valued functions, Lanzhou university, 4(2005), 102-106.
Reprint requests: Dr Yibo Wang, College of Earth & Environment Sciences, Lanzhou University, Lanzhou Gansu 73000, P.
GOLF PROF Ling Hongling of Lanzhou University says the Chinese were playing a golf-like game using 10 clubs 1,000 years ago.
00 Paperback QC611 Peng and fellow researchers in physics science and technology department at Lanzhou University in China, develop numerical models for the current conduction in single-layer devices, including both injection and bulk effect for both trap-free organics and organics with traps exponentially distributed in energy.