Synonyms for fbfa or Related words with fbfa

fafb              flf              fif              fya              fzsin              ftot              eeff              vwafer              fdipole              fcfd              kbt              fzz              fkx              fmag              fzf              fby              mqz              fxy              fopt              fyf              rmag              xlxvii              fzl              fprf              aquadrupole              fhj              kfs              fmin              fquadrupole              cdav              fwf              fcarrier              xnl              hzb              fxz              emonopole              foff              ywi              ftx              dsextupole              bodiby              varnt              eaeb              fcn              eoctupole              fdiff              jeq              mdiff              asextupole              fmy             



Examples of "fbfa"
The Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association (FBFA) is an association of independent fundamentalist African-American Baptist churches.
The FBFA is sometimes confused with the predominantly white Fundamental Baptist Fellowship International, whose strength is in the Southeast. The FBFA is predominantly black and most of its churches are located in the Midwestern states.
Various genes have been identified in "S. aurantiaca" involved in the process of fruiting body formation, including "fbfA", which encodes a polypeptide homologous to chitin synthases, "fbfB", a gene encoding a putative galactose oxidase, various genes including those encoding tRNA and tRNA located at the "attB" locus (a phage attachment site), and so forth. These genes play a variety of roles in the developmental cycle. For example, in experiments where the "fbFA" gene was deactivated, the bacterium formed structured clumps instead of fruiting bodies.
A number of churches in the "Fundamental Baptist Fellowship Association" hold dual affiliation with the General Association of Regular Baptist Churches. Headquarters are in Fort Wayne, Indiana. In the area of Christian education, the FBFA partners with Cedarville University in Cedarville, Ohio.