Buchner


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Büch·ner

(buk'nĕr),
Eduard, German chemist and Nobel laureate, 1860-1917. See: Büchner extract, Büchner funnel.

Büch·ner

(buk'nĕr),
Hans E.A., German bacteriologist, 1850-1902. See: Büchner extract.
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Buchner's play, which was left unfinished and in fragments, is nevertheless cohesive in tone and style.
Buchner cited such developments as clean-in-place and sterilize-in-place systems.
"I am concerned about what state our forests will be in for future generations, said Lewis Buchner, president of Buchner Panel Manufacturing.
The clear extract from the yeast was doing the job of fermenting sugar just as the intact cells would have, and Buchner had demonstrated the opposite of what he had expected.
In a letter of apology addressed to his parents, Georg Buchner defended his controversial rendering of the French Revolution by aligning himself with history: "I was compelled .
Aside from those extrinsic (but much trumpeted) virtues that lend Buchner an aura of avant-gardist martyrdom, Woyzeck's themes are no longer problematical or threatening but now play into our genre expectations at every turn and make the work easily marketable to a youth audience that grooves on serial killers who are also in some half-articulate and not quite definable way poetes maudits.
Buchner offered a decleration of an expert, who stated that "the elements referred to in the application were well known to those of ordinary skill in the art as of the filing date, and that these elements were 'routinely built.'" The Patent and Trademark Office stated that the declaration was mere conclusion and unsupported by factual documentation.
In their joint statement APPGK President, Julie Ward (MEP) and Vice President, Klaus Buchner (MEP) said, they have been intensively following the politics in Kashmir and are convinced that the right for self- determination should no longer be denied to the people of Jammu and Kashmir.
AkzoNobel boss Ton Buchner has previously warned that a PPG takeover of AkzoNobel could lead to job losses in places like the North East.