Gmelin


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([Guh]mā'lin),
Leopold, German physiologist and chemist, 1788-1853. See: Gmelin test, Rosenbach-Gmelin test.
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1747,such facts led Gmelin to conclude that the same species must have been independently created at several distinct points; and we might have remained in this same belief, had not Agassiz and others called vivid attention to the Glacial period, which, as we shall immediately see, affords a simple explanation of these facts.
The 29-year-old from Wrexham finished behind Jeannie Gmelin of Switzerland, who won the gold, with Magdalena Lobnig of Austria in bronze.
Zeller+Gmelin's roots go back to 1866, when Anton Zeller and Paul Gmelin formed a company focused on shale oil.
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Gmelin explained that the judges are fully independent and that the judge performs his job thoroughly and impartially and under censorship.
The building, considered one of New York's landmark Art Deco skyscrapers, was designed by architects Voorhees, Gmelin and Walker.
Modified agar based diet for laboratory rearing of olive fruit fly Bactrocera oleae Gmelin (Diptera:Tephritidae), Florida Entomol.
Cockerell (1932) pointed out that Vespa marginata was preoccupied by Gmelin (1790), and Bequaert (1935) used albida as the name of the variety.
Whereas Kant never mentions the "green glasses" analogy famous in Kleist's Kantkrise letter, Huff states Gmelin "uses the analogy of tinted eyeglasses no less than four times in his second treatise" (61).
Analiza y discute los trabajos de algunos precursores del sistema periodico como los quimicos alemanes Johann Dobereiner y Leopold Gmelin, para luego analizar los importantes trabajos de otros cientificos que contribuyeron en forma notable al desarrollo de la tabla periodica.