Gantzer

Gant·zer

(gahnt'zĕr),
Carol F.L., 17th-century German anatomist. See: Gantzer accessory bundle, Gantzer muscle.
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Contact Person: Direction Du Dveloppement Et De La Construction: Franois Gantzer, Responsable Construction, Murielle Blanc, Assistante.
Mais tout ca Gaspard Gantzer, ancien conseiller en communication de Francois Hollande et collaborateur de Bertrand DelanoE1/2 a la mairie de Paris, le balaye d'un revers de la main.
[6.] Rachman A, Anderson S, Gantzer C and A Thompson Influence of long-term cropping systems on soil physical properties related to soil erodibility.
(7.) Guedj M, Queant A, Funck-Brentano E, Kramkimel N, Lellouch J, Monnet D, Longvert C, Gantzer A, Brezin AP.
Otra variante anatomica que guarda relacion con el potencial atrapamiento del nervio mediano o del NIA, es la presencia de una cabeza accesoria del musculo flexor largo del pulgar, conocida como fasciculo o musculo de Gantzer (Leversedge et al.).
Some of these adhesion mechanisms include the material's electrostatic surface charge, the material's hydrophobicity, the influences of temperature and humidity on the material, and other physiochemical parameters within the virus (Langlet, Gaboriaud, Gantzer, & Duval, 2008).
(2.) Miller WG, Myers GL, Gantzer ML, Kahn SE, Schonbrunner ER, Thienpont LM, et al.
1994), cultivation methods (Gantzer and Blake 1978) and application of organic residues (Anderson et al.
However, while this standards title (referred to as ISO/IEC 15939) uses the terminology of software engineering, it is explicitly meant to also refer to systems engineering (Frenz, Roedler, Gantzer, & Baxter, 2010).
Gantzer, "Use of soil cone penetrometers to detect the effects of compaction and organic amendments in claypan soils," Soil & Tillage Research, vol.
Gantzer et al., "Roadmap for harmonization of clinical laboratory measurement procedures," Clinical Chemistry, vol.