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(ah-shahrd'),
Ēmile C., French physician, 1860-1941. See: Achard syndrome, Achard-Thiers syndrome.
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Cuando la semilla esta en condiciones favorables para la germinacion, disminuye el nivel de acido abscisico y la biosintesis del acido giberelico comienza a incrementarse, lo que inhibe la latencia y da paso a la germinacion (Ogawa et al., 2003; Achard y Genschik, 2009).
The firm also said that Stephane Achard, SVP- Commercial Banking, Canada and International, would become executive vice-president - Commercial Banking and Insurance.
In their retrospective case series of 8 patients, Achard et al.
First Author Year Age G/P Birth Medication Billion 1991 32 35 TPN JM [3] Achard 1991 Two JM [4] Lipaphereses Perrone 1996 37 35 Diet, G [5] Gemfibrozil Ibrahim 2002 26 G2P2 24 Insulin, Bildirici Plasmapheresis [6] Chee-Chuen 2002 37 G3P2 37 Ranitidine, Loo [7] Heparin, Insulin J.C.
Their topics include Hugh of Saint Victor's pedagogy, scripture and the development of scholastic theology: Robert of Melun's <i>Questiones de divina pagina</i> in context, philosophy and metaphysics in the school of Saint Victor: from Achard to Godfrey, <i>Magister in hierarchia</i>: Thomas Gallus as Victorine interpreter of Dionysius, and the reception of the Victorines in later centuries.
(66.) Achard, P., Herr, A., Baulcombe, D.C., Harberd, N.P.
On 15 October 1890, nearly two years after the ear incident, Gabrielle married Jacques Achard, a butcher, and they settled in the village of Pont de Crau, two kilometres south-east of Arles.