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.
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.