GTP

GTP may stand for:

Cars:

  • A mid-level performance model on the Pontiac Grand Prix and the Pontiac G6
  • Grand Touring Prototype, a race car category in IMSA GT Championship

Medicine, chemistry:

  • Guanosine triphosphate, an organic chemical
  • Good Tissue Practices, a medical standard
  • Green tea polyphenols, a class of polyphenolic compounds found in green tea

Mathematics, computer science:

  • Green's Theorem, one of several theorems that connect an integral in n-dimensional space with one in (n − 1)-dimensional space
  • Go Text Protocol, a protocol for the board game of go
  • GPRS Tunnelling Protocol, a group of protocols which carry GPRS data information over the UMTS and GSM networks

Locations:

  • Global TransPark, an economic development area in Eastern North Carolina, USA
  • Grand Trunk Pacific Railway reporting mark, a historical Canadian railway

Politics, education, communities:

  • Government Transformation Programme, Malaysia
  • Graduate Teacher Programme, a teacher education programme for UK trainee teachers
  • GTPlanet, an online community dedicated to Gran Turismo

Psychology:

  • Game Transfer Phenomena, a psychological phenomena

Zoology:

  • Green Tree Python, a species of snake

Other articles related to "gtp, gtps":

List Of Citrus Diseases - Viroids and Graft-transmissible Pathogens
... graft-transmissible pathogens Algerian navel orange virus GTP Blight = young tree decline, rough lemon decline GTP Blind pocket GTP Cachexia Citrus cachexia viroid (Hostuviroid ... mites Measles GTP Milam stem-pitting GTP Multiple sprouting disease GTP Nagami kumquat disease GTP Ringspot diseases Various GTPs Vein enation = woody gall GTP (possible luteovirus) Xyloporosis ...
Sports Racing Cars - History - The 1980s – Group C and IMSA GTP
... In Europe, the FIA adopted the ACO GTP rules virtually unchanged and sanctioned the Group C World Endurance Championship (or World Sportscar Championship), featuring high-tech closed-coc ... In the USA, the IMSA Camel GTP series boasted close competition between huge fields of manufacturer-backed teams and privateer squads – the cars were technically similar to Group Cs but used a ... Both Group C and GTP had secondary categories, respectively Group C2 and Camel Lights, for less powerful cars, targeting entries by small specialist ...
Lola T600 - Development
... The GTP category was also consistent with the FIA's plan to introduce a prototype formula to the World Endurance Championship in 1982 (Group C), superseding production-based "silhouette" cars ... Brian Redman asked for Lola Cars to develop a GTP spec racer based on a T70 chassis, fitted with a new bodywork and a Chevy 6.0L V8 engine developing around 600 bhp ... Eric Broadley however, wanted a new chassis and bodywork developed specifically for the new IMSA GTP regulations ...
Phosphoglycerate Kinase (GTP)
... In enzymology, a phosphoglycerate kinase (GTP) (EC 2.7.2.10) is an enzyme that catalyzes the chemical reaction GTP + 3-phospho-D-glycerate GDP + 3-phospho-D-glyceroyl ...