Du Bois-Reymond


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Du Bois-Rey·mond

(dū-bwah' rā-mohn'),
Emil H., German physiologist, 1818-1896. See: Du Bois-Reymond law.
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3) La controversia acerca del "ignorabimus", que fue iniciada por el fisiologo Du Bois-Reymond cuando en contra de lo esperado se mostro partidario de los limites de la ciencia y en contra de un posible progreso ilimitado al respecto.
2000); 2) Para state, in the municipality of Fordlandia by Marcus (1942); Du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1947, 1949a); in Cupari River, in the municipality of Obidos by Marcus (1942); Du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1947, 1949a, b); 3) Parana state, in Baia River, in the municipality of Baytapora by Behrend et al.
The first investigations of water bears (Phylum Tardigrada) in the West Indies were made in the mid-Twentieth Century, when du Bois-Reymond Marcus [1] found four species in the Netherlands Antilles.
The first investigations of water bears in the West Indies were made in the mid-Twentieth Century, when du Bois-Reymond Marcus (1960) found four species in the Netherlands Antilles.
In Chapter 15, du Bois-Reymond addresses the complexities of youth transition policies in Europe under three themes: the mismatch between today's young people and their learning environments; migrants, racism, and resulting "insider" and "outsider" status; and the future and fate of young families within aging societies.
An ideal supplement to the catalogue is a chapter "Short biographies of collectors" as some of them are hardly known today, like Adolf Dirr (1867-1930), a major expert on Caucasian languages, who earned his living as a teacher in the Caucasus and later worked as an interpreter and staff member of the Munich Ethnological Museum, and Marie Du Bois-Reymond (1864-?
Federal Migration Office boss, Alard du Bois-Reymond, spoke out in favour of the counterproposal, slamming the SVP's initiative for being "disproportionate".
It was not until 1843 that an "action potential" was described by German physiologist Emil Du Bois-Reymond.
Furthermore, it called for disciplinary proceedings against the former director of the Swiss disability insurance fund (IV) Alard du Bois-Reymond and the IV hearing aid specialist Gregor Sprenger.
In 1880, Emil du Bois-Reymond made a famous speech before the Berlin Academy of Sciences outlining the "Seven Riddles of the World".
Le Projet s'est base sur l'hypothese d'Emil du Bois-Reymond que la transmission par axones ressemble a celle d'un circuit de courant direct, une idee refutee par Julius Bernstein en 1902 (Seyfarth, 2006).
In his essay "On Exercise" ["Uber die Ubung," 1881], the great German physiologist Emil Du Bois-Reymond had already suggested that gymnastics, fencing, swimming, horseback riding, dancing, and skating were all "exercises of the nervous system, of the brain, and of the spinal cord.