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Eichler

(German ˈaiçlər)
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(Biography) August Wilhelm (ˈɑʊɡʊst ˈvilhɛlm). 1839–87, German botanist: devised the system on which modern plant classification is based
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The Manitoba government is launching an external review of the horse-racing industry with the goal of identifying new opportunities to establish a more financially sustainable approach, Agriculture Minister Ralph Eichler announced today.
EBM is often no more than the qualified, nonbiased study of data and outcomes along with summaries and recommendations that meet industry standards," said Kenneth Eichler, vice president of regulatory and outcomeutcome Initiatives for the Work Loss Data Institute/ODG, a division of MCG & Hearst Health.
Automotive News has reported citing Friedrich Eichler, the company's powertrain chief, that the prototype unit has been crushed.
Researchers at the University of Washington, led by genome scientist Evan Eichler (http://www.
Living in rural Manitoba, where ag is the life blood of a community, our new Minister of Agriculture, Ralph Eichler, believes that to build a healthy and sustainable rural economy it is essential to have a thriving agricultural industry.
Eichler has been hunting and trapping coyotes for 30 years as a damage-control trapper, a commercial coyote trapper and hunter, and a television host.
Knesset member Israel Eichler (United Torah Judaism) has launched a diatribe against the Reform Movement and the High Court of Justice over the court's decision that people who did not convert through the state-sanctioned, Orthodox system must not be denied the right to immerse in public ritual baths.
Asa Hutchinson last week named Kelly Eichler and Sheffield Nelson to the University of Arkansas System Board of Trustees effective March 1.
That's enough DNA to build a small chromosome, says study coauthor Evan Eichler, an evolutionary geneticist at the University of Washington in Seattle.
Tilly Eichler said at the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2015.
Keen to revive and expand upon these historical developments, we convened a keynote panel at the 2014 Canadian Sociological Association conference at Brock University that drew together an esteemed set of Canadian voices that have made foundational contributions to feminist and critical family sociologies, each of us have been deeply affected by the work of the scholars that we invited to participate in this panel: Ann Duffy (Professor of Sociology and Labour Studies, Brock University); Margrit Eichler (Professor Emerita of OISE/University of Toronto); Bonnie Fox (Professor of Sociology, University of Toronto); and Meg Luxton (Professor of Sociology and Women's and Gender Studies, York University).
Evan Eichler, professor of Genome Sciences, working together with scientists from the University of Bari Aldo Moro, the University of Pittsburgh, and Pacific Biosciences used SMRT Sequencing data from a human genome cell line designated as a target for a 'platinum genome' reference assembly to close or extend 55% of the remaining gaps in the human GRCh37 reference genome.