Bodian


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Bo·di·an

(bō'dē-ăn),
David, early 20th-century U.S. anatomist. See: Bodian copper-protargol stain.
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Bodian (2012) 'Religion, demande sociale, et reformes educatives au Senegal'.
These immigrants breathed fresh life into the dwindling Jewish practice in Spain, given that "crypto-Jewish life in Portugal retained its vitality for generations, whereas in Castile it became increasingly enfeebled" (Bodian 12).
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The right kidney was collected, divided midsagittally, placed in Bodian's fixative (2% formaldehyde, 5% acetic acid, 72% ethanol, and 21% water), and stored at 4[degrees]C for histopathology.
Stephen Bodian; BEYOND MINDFULNESS; New Harbinger Publications (Nonfiction: Body, Mind & Spirit) 16.95 ISBN: 9781626259720
Half of the fetuses of each litter was fixed in bodian for subsequent visceral analysis (Wilson, 1965).
To make experiments with spatial partial coherence in DLHM a section of the head of a fruit fly prepared with Bodians method (Bodian, 1936) was imaged.
(32) Mamadou Bodian et El Hadji Malick Sy Camara (2015), << Les religieux musulmans dans l'amelioration du debat public >> dans le vol.