Meyerhof


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Meyerhof

(German ˈmaiərhoːf)
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(Biography) Otto (Fritz) (ˈɔto). 1884–1951, German physiologist, noted for his work on the metabolism of muscles. He shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1922
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Noun1.Meyerhof - United States biochemist (born in Germany) who studied the metabolism of muscles (1884-1951)
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Dorothy Meyerhof, a retired chemist and research manager, has pursued her hobby of genealogy longer than she cares to admit.
O reflexo de preensao deve estar presente no recem-nascido, fortalecendo-se aos 30 dias de vida e tendendo a persistir por mais 4 ou 5 meses (Meyerhof, 1994; Guillarme, 1983).
In human, the Tas2r10 was reported to identify 20 natural bitter compounds (Meyerhof et al., 2010).
Beside his occupation as a physician, Maimonides wrote many medical works in Arabic, such as Medical Aphorisms of Moses; Treatise on Hemorrhoids; Treatise on Asthma; Treatise on Poisons and Their Antidotes and Regimen of Health (Meyerhof 1941, 265-301).
Meyerhof, "Oral and extraoral bitter taste receptors," Results and Problems in Cell Differentiation, vol.
PARGENDLER, Mariana e SALAMA, Bruno Meyerhof. Direito e consequencia no Brasil: em busca de um discurso sobre o metodo.
Bruno Meyerhof Salam assinala que "[A] incerteza e onipresente e boa parte das atividades humanas ao longo da historia pode ser interpretada como constituindo tentativas de reducao da incerteza" (10).
The measured relationships at this site are close to the well-known relationship [f.sub.s] = 2N that was proposed by Meyerhof for driven piles in sand and has been suggested for bored piles in residual soils in Singapore [21, 32].
In 1963, Meyerhof proposed a method for estimating the ultimate bearing capacity of rigid plastic plates on elastic foundations [2].
Many researchers like Prandtl [1], Terzaghi [2], Meyerhof [3, 4], Vesic [5, 6], and many more have investigated the mechanisms of bearing capacity of foundation under a static loading condition.
1.2.1.12), metabolism by the Embden- Meyerhof route, catalyzing the conversion of glyceraldehyde 3- phosphate to 1,3- diphosphoglycerate.
Miriam Meyerhof (2006) suggests that in a caste system, the caste you are born into determines your position within the larger social order for your whole life.