Biemond

Bie·mond

(bē-mawn[h]'),
Avic, 20th-century French neurologist. See: Biemond syndrome.
References in periodicals archive ?
Sensitivity of plant growth to nitrogen fertilization is of great importance in agriculture since nitrogen deprivation reduces the leaf production, individual leaf area and total leaf area (VOS & BIEMOND, 1992), resulting in a reduced area for light interception for photosynthesis.
(9.) Sanduleanu S, De Bruine A, Stridsberg M, Jonkers D, Biemond I, Hameeteman W, et al.
(38.) van Beers EJ, van der Plas MN, Nur E, Bogaard HJ, van Steenwijk RP, Biemond BJ, et al.
(21.) Yuruk K, Bartels SA, Milstein DM, Bezemer R, Biemond BJ, Ince C.
(2) The disorder was further elaborated and delineated as a distinct clinico-pathological entity by Biemond (1957) and Boder and Sedgwick (1957); these latter authors suggested the name Ataxia-telangiectasia and Centerwall and Meller (1958) proposed the eponym Louis-Bar Syndrome.
(4.) Muizebelt, WJ, Donkerbroek, JJ, Nielen, MWF, Hussem, JB, Biemond, MEF, Klaasen, RP, Zabel, KH, "Oxidative crosslinking of alkyd resins studied with mass spectrometry and NMR using model compounds." J.
Schlemper RJ, van der Werf S, Vandenbroucke JP, Biemond I, Lamers CBHW.
(58.) Van Beers E, Schaap M, Berckmans R, Nieuwland R, Sturk A, van Doormaal F, Meijers J, Biemond B.
Biemond, "Edge-based image restoration," IEEE Transactions on Image Processing, vol.