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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Meyerhof, 1976; Vesic, 1977; Coyle and Castello, 1981), most of these methods rely on empiricism and they are site specific (Randolph, 2003).
Below is the analysis of a shallow foundation using Meyerhof formula [18-20].
Glucose phosphate isomerase is an enzyme which reversibly catalyses transformation of glucose 6 phosphate and fructose 6 phosphate to each other which is the second step of anaerobic glycolysis in the Embden Meyerhof pathway.
La degradacion ruminal de la fibra y de los almidones genera hexosas, que para su fermentacion siguen la ruta de Embden Meyerhof o glucolisis, la cual presenta el siguiente balance neto: 1 glucosa + 2 ADP + 2 [P.
For pure vertical loading, Meyerhof (1953) and Brinch Hansen (1970) also approximated the depth factor for strip or circular foundations as a linear fraction relative to d/D:
Brockhoff A, Behrens M, Niv MY, Meyerhof W (2010) Structural requirements of bitter taste receptor activation.
In 1918, Otto Meyerhof and Jakub Parnas showed that glucose was utilized as a fuel and lactic acid produced as an end-product during muscle cell contractions.