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Ribes

(rēb),
François, French physician, 1765-1845. See: Ribes ganglion.
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ribes showed relatively weaker antioxidant activities because gradual decrease in lipid peroxidation inhibitions and gradual increase of TBARS productions were found, respectively.
Ribes (1998) definio la Teoria de la Conducta como una clasificacion cualitativa de las funciones estimulo-respuesta.
Disaster struck late in the century, in the form of white-pine blister rust, a fungal disease that alternately infects Ribes family members and white pines.
Pathologists say some varieties of ribes are more resistant to white pine blister rust than others, but varieties that were not showing any signs of the infection before are now found to be heavily infected.
The man and boy were exploring a "dangerous, deep, snowy" mountain trail between Bossons and Les Houches, Captain Ribes said.
Lopez Ribes says his works are "focused on bringing mystery, transcendence and spirit back to the image through painting and sculpture and also through the contemporary and radical language of video art .
Fruit Cocktail is a proprietary blend of Fragaria ananas (strawberry) seed oil, Ribes nigra (blackcurrant) seed oil, Prunus armeniaca (apricot) kernel oil and Sambucus nigra (elderberry) seed oil to make an exclusive fruit-based natural emollient.
RUGBY UNION: Brive hooker Guillaume Ribes has been suspended for four weeks after being sent off in last Saturday's Heineken Cup defeat by London Irish.
Continue to take hardwood cuttings of roses and shrubs like cornus, buddleia and ribes.
Por otra parte, el procedimiento de igualacion de la muestra de segundo orden consiste en presentar, ademas del EM y de los ECO, dos estimulos selectores (ES) que senalan el criterio de igualacion que se debe satisfacer al elegir el ECO que guarda relacion con el EM (Fujita, 1983; Ribes y Castillo, 1998; Ribes y Martinez, 1990; Ribes y Torres, 2001).