Finckh

Finckh

(fink),
Johann, 20th-century German psychiatrist. See: Finckh test.
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Common organic farming practices for increasing soil nitrogen include using certified amendments, such as manures, or growing cover crops (Finckh et al.
Van Bruggen A.H.C., He M.M., Shin K., Mai V., Jeong K.C., Finckh M.R, Morris J.
Finckh | Universitat Kassel | Okologische Agrarwissenschaften | Fachgebiet Okologischer Pflanzenschutz | Witzenhausen | Deutschland | mfinckh@uni-kassel.de
[17] Kontush, A.; Finckh, B.; Karten, B.; Kohlschutter, A.; Beisiegel, U.
Finckh, "Real-Time Ultrasonographically-Guided Internal Jugular Vein Catheterization in the Emergency Department Increases Success Rates and Reduces Complications: A Randomized, Prospective Study," Annals of Emergency Medicine, vol.
Van Bruggen and Finckh [15] also reported that even when a beneficial microorganism is isolated from a soil, cultured in the laboratory, and reinoculated into the same soil at a very high population, it is immediately subjected to competitive and antagonistic effects from the indigenous soil microflora and its numbers soon decline.
Finckh, "Treatment options in patients with rheumatoid arthritis failing initial TNF inhibitor therapy: a critical review," Arthritis Research and Therapy, vol.
Intercropping and plant spacing are very important agronomic techniques that keep thrips population below economic injury level in onion crop (Finckh and Karpenstein-Machan, 2002; Malik et al., 2003).
"Our image of the South has been shaped by painters," says Gerhard Finckh, director of the Von-der-Heydt Museum in the German city of Wuppertal.