Welander

We·lan·der

(vel'ăn-dĕr),
Lisa, Swedish neurologist, 1909-2001. See: Kugelberg-Welander disease, Wohlfart-Kugelberg-Welander disease.
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Feyissa, Welander and Negash (2005) observed that the rate of multiplication in explants of Hagenia abyssinica originating from juvenile material was low at the first subculture and increased at the second and later subcultures, especially for explants originating from seedlings.
Those forests likely offer not only shelter but also food, because others studies have shown that wild boar habitat use is a function of food availability (Barrett, 1982; Welander, 2000; Cuevas et al.
Welander distal myopathy caused by an ancient founder mutation in TIA1 associated with perturbed splicing.
Covering thousands of miles of Georgia's waterways, and collaboratively compiled by the team of Suzanne Welander and Bob Shelinger, "Canoeing & Kayaking Georgia" is the ideal guide to Georgia's whitewater to wilderness swamps--and pretty much everything in between.
The Welander Foundation, the Westerberg Foundation, and the Strategic Research Program in Epidemiology at Karolinska Institute, sponsored the study.
The research was funded by the Swedish Research Council, LA ROCHE-POSAY Foundation, Hedlunds Foundation, Welander and Finsens Foundation, the Von Kantzow Foundation, the Strategic Research Programme in Diabetes and Karolinska Institutet.
Thus, evidence suggests small-group direct instruction is a valid procedure to be used for teaching, in contrast to the widely used models of 1:1 "pullout" instruction (Bronson, Hauser-Cram, & Warfield, 1995; Eriksson, Welander, & Granlund, 2007; U.
Richard Welander, of Historic Scotland, said: "Mons Meg undergoes regular health checks each year and is lifted off her carriage every five years for a closer inspection.
Similar results were found by Welander & Ottosson (2000) in Quercus robur under the same light conditions, by Mu et al.
2) Enfermedad de Werding Hoffmann tipo II y 3) Enfermedad de Kugelberg Welander tipo III, cuya forma es la mas benigna y en la cual los pacientes afectados pueden llegar a deambular, aunque con dificultad.
LTC JAMES KUEHN, CAPT ALEX HATHAWAY, AND SSGTS PHILLIP HUNT AND KEVIN WELANDER, 55 RQS, 23 WG, DAVIS-MONTHAN AFB AZ.
glutinosa dan resultados contradictorios, asi mientras Tremblay y Lalonde (1984) senalan la sacarosa como la fuente de carbono mas adecuada para el desarrollo in vitro de esta especie, Welander et al.