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Birk

(bērk),
Yehudith, Israeli biochemist, b. 1926. See: Bowman-Birk inhibitor.
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Much as they knew to buckle their kids' seatbelts and put bike helmets on them, this generation has started to become aware of the danger of staying silent about money," says Birke.
Bob wanted to make sure that all of those working in his group understood what it was like to work in an RIA firm," said Birke.
Birke L, Mette B and Lykke N (2004) Animal performances: An exploration of intersections between feminist science studies and studies of human/animal relationships.
Se incorporo despues con base en la lectura del libro de Aluja y Birke (2004) y mas adelante con los de Shamoo y Resnik (2009), D'Angelo (2012) y Macrina (2014).
Laut Pollenanzeiger ist in Estland die Fichte gegenuber Birke und Erle zuruckgewichen, was konventionell im Sinne von kuhlerem und feuchtem Milieu gedeutet wird (Rouk 1992, 20 f.
76) Birke stresses that too many feminist explorations of the body focus on the body's surface rather than its interior, which creates another duality containing surface as the privileged term.
Dribbusch H & Birke P2012, Trade Unions in Germany: Organisation, Environment, Challenges Friedrich-Ebert-Stiftungpp1-20 Available online: http://library.
Of special interests are Lynda Birke and Mike Michael's "The Heart of the Matter: Animal Bodies, Ethics, and Species Boundaries.
11) Bing argued influentially that Vernunft is the basis of Gottsched's conception of nature, and this emphasis on Gottsched's interest in the rationalization of the world is continued in Siegrist (281), Schmidt (38), Alt (72), Goodman (55, 66), and Birke.
Dr Polkinghorne from QUT's School of Biomedical Sciences said data sets from immune-related tissues of Birke, a koala who was euthanized following a dog attack, have revealed a wealth of information about the species' immune system including the sequences of at least 390 immune-related genes.