pcr policy has sought to support the country's independent political stance by increasing its economic independence.
In trying to evolve a system of incentives that would lead to a more economic use of resources, the pcr is facing a dilemma.
The pcr has fostered the development of a large number of mass organizations that function as its auxiliaries.
A phosphide, pcr, is known; it burns in oxygen forming the phosphate.
The policies pursued by the pcr are designed to maintain firm party control of the economy.
Individual and group participation in the political process was limited to the forms and means permitted by the pcr.
In the late 1960s the pcr was disturbed by the extent to which abstract art had blossomed despite party disapproval.
As in all communist states, comprehensive economic planning has been a basic element of the pcr's dogma.
Direction of the country's economy is highly centralized and rigidly controlled by the pcr.
Planning has proceeded from broadly defined goals set by the pcr to minute instructions for all economic enterprises.
A laboratory technique that can amplify the amount of DNA from a tiny sample to a large amount within just a few hours. Theoretically, PCR can take one molecule and produce measurable amounts of identical DNA in a short period of time. It is used in DNA fingerprinting and DNA sequencing.