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aggA is a gene locus found in plant-associated bacteria that agglutinate. See agglutination (biology).

Agga may refer to:

  • Agga, a character in Timewyrm: Genesys, a Doctor Who novel
  • Agga, variant spelling of Aga of Kish, a king of Kish
  • Agga Olsen, European actress whose best known work is Smilla's Sense of Snow, a 1997 film

Agga means 'chief' or 'foremost' in Burmese, and may refer to:

  • Agga Maha Thiri Thudhamma (Grand Commander) of the Thiri Thudhamma Thingaha (Order of Truth)
  • Agga Maha Thray Sithu (Grand Commander) of the Pyidaungsu Sithu Thingaha (Order of the Union of Burma)
  • Agga Maha Thray Sithu Agga Maha Thiri Thudhamma, also known as Sao Shwe Thaik, first president of the Union of Burma

Agga may also refer to:

  • Aunt Agga, an agony aunt persona used by Lillian Too, a feng shui expert
  • Spaceship Agga Ruter, a 1998 hentai film series directed by Masaki Kajishima

AgGa is silver gallium, an ion that forms many compounds, some of which are used in lasers.

AGGA may refer to:

  • Agalinis gattingeri, the roundstem false foxglove plant (USDA code: AGGA)
  • AGGA, a common DNA sequence
  • Aggregate access, an Internet protocol formally known as Aggregate Server Access Protocol
  • Auki Gwaunaru'u Airport, in the Solomon Islands

See also:

  • Aga (disambiguation)
  • Agadoo doo doo, a nonsense lyric from 1984 novelty song Agadoo
  • Agar, a gelatinous substance used in confectionery and microbiology
  • AGG (disambiguation)
  • AGGAGG, the Shine-Dalgarno sequence of DNA base pairs. AGGAGGA is the Escherichia coli Shine-Dalgarno sequence
  • Aggar (disambiguation)
  • Agge (disambiguation)
  • Agger (disambiguation)
  • Agha (disambiguation)