Du Bois-Reymond

Du Bois-Rey·mond

(dū-bwah' rā-mohn'),
Emil H., German physiologist, 1818-1896. See: Du Bois-Reymond law.
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The first investigations of water bears (Phylum Tardigrada) in the West Indies were made in the mid-Twentieth Century, when du Bois-Reymond Marcus [1] found four species in the Netherlands Antilles.
Meyer and Hinton [12] found Macrobiotus harmsworthi on Barbados; du Bois-Reymond Marcus [1] noted the presence of M.
The first investigations of water bears in the West Indies were made in the mid-Twentieth Century, when du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1960) found four species in the Netherlands Antilles.
Although du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1960) reported the presence of Macrobiotus rubens on Los Testigos, Ramazzotti & Maucci (1983) noted that her identification was in error.
An ideal supplement to the catalogue is a chapter "Short biographies of collectors" as some of them are hardly known today, like Adolf Dirr (1867-1930), a major expert on Caucasian languages, who earned his living as a teacher in the Caucasus and later worked as an interpreter and staff member of the Munich Ethnological Museum, and Marie Du Bois-Reymond (1864-?
Federal Migration Office boss, Alard du Bois-Reymond, spoke out in favour of the counterproposal, slamming the SVP's initiative for being "disproportionate".
In a June interview with the Mittelland Zeitung and the Basler Zeitung, du Bois-Reymond claimed that the SVP initiative would see up to a four-fold increase in current deportation figures, with even relatively trivial crimes being reason enough for deportation.
In 1880, Emil du Bois-Reymond made a famous speech before the Berlin Academy of Sciences outlining the "Seven Riddles of the World".
In his essay "On Exercise" ["Uber die Ubung," 1881], the great German physiologist Emil Du Bois-Reymond had already suggested that gymnastics, fencing, swimming, horseback riding, dancing, and skating were all "exercises of the nervous system, of the brain, and of the spinal cord.
14) E[mil] du Bois-Reymond, "L'Exercise," [Uber die Ubung, 1888], Revue Scientifique (1882), pp.
Those are not just words, but something that is backed by concrete measures and investment," argues Alard du Bois-Reymond, head of invalidity insurance at the federal social insurance office.
According to Du Bois-Reymond, the idea of quotas for disabled workers was discussed during the drafting of the reforms but quickly discounted.