dunger

dunger

(ˈdʌŋə)
n
1. (Automotive Engineering) an old decrepit car
2. (Mechanical Engineering) any old worn-out machine
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(3.) Willemsen RH, Delgado-Carballar V, Elleri D, Thankamony A, Burke GA, Nicholson JC, Dunger DB.
[9.] Brown RJ, Araujo-Vilar D, Cheung PT, Dunger D, Garg A, Jack M, Mungai L, Oral EA, Patni N, Rother KI, von Schnurbein J, Sorkina E, Stanley T, Vigouroux C, Wabitsch M, Williams R, Yorifuji T.
Nigel Dunger's gelding has been in respectable form and shaped like his turn was near when second to Silver Seas over course and distance.
Es verursacht Kreuzresistenzen mit den [sz]-Lactam-Antibiotika (unter anderen Penizillin, Ciproflaxin, Kanamycin), Resistenzen, die sowohl in den USA, an Orten, wo nachweislich kein tierischer Dunger verwendet, aber Glyphosat eingesetzt wird (Review in Van Bruggen et al.
(17.) Fisher BG, Thankamony A, Hughes IA, Ong KK, Dunger DB, Acerini CL.
Dunger, "The risk and outcome of cerebral oedema developing during diabetic ketoacidosis.," Archives of Disease in Childhood, vol.
Delaney CA, Dunger A, Di Matteo M, Cunningham JM, Green MH, Green IC (1995) Comparison of inhibition of glucose-stimulated insulin secretion in rat islets of Langerhans by streptozotocin and methyl and ethyl nitrosoureas and methanesulphonates: lack of correlation with nitric oxide-releasing or 06-alkylating ability.
Factors such as body weight, growth and body fat are important regulators of age at onset of puberty (Dunger et al., 2006; Rosales Nieto et al., 2013; Chan et al., 2015; Bohlen et al., 2016).