Huschke

Husch·ke

(hūsh'kĕ),
Emil, German anatomist, 1797-1858. See: Huschke cartilages, Huschke foramen, Huschke auditory teeth, Huschke valve.
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162), as well as the Glossary of Meteorology (Huschke 1959; Glickman 2000), as being caused by ascending air and precipitation on the windward side of a mountain range followed by descending air and a reduction in precipitation on the leeward side (i.e., the shadow).
In adults, the persistence of foramen of Huschke defines an anatomical variation that may produce clinical and otological symptoms.
"The desire to find sexual pleasure does not automatically mean that men who pay for sex are simply looking for a receptive, passive female body," the anthropologist Susann Huschke and the sociologist Dirk Schubotz write in the June issue of Sexualities.
Sendo assim, a deiscancia conganita do canal cartilaginoso e da fissura escamotimpanica ou a persistancia do forame de Huschke podem contribuir para a difusao de uma infeccao para a articulacao (5).
4 (2015): 551-62; Susann Huschke, "Giving Back: Activist Research with Undocumented Migrants in Berlin," Medical Anthropology 34, no.
The Foramen Tympanicum (FT), or the foramen of Huschke, is a non-metric trait in the tympanic portion of the temporal bone and may remain throughout life.
in Springfield; Community Environmental Legal Defense Fund's Northwest organizer, Kai Huschke, will speak; update on recently filed proposed Oregon constitutional amendment, with short petition and signature-gathering training to follow; free; www.CommunityRightsLaneCounty.org.
(7.) The name Stark (Bronsart's maiden name) appears in the list of performers noted in appendix to Wolfram Huschke, Musik im klassichen und nachklassichen Weimar 1756-1861 (Weimar: Hermann Bohlaus, 1982).
(34.) Kopf D, Muhlen I, Kroning G, Sendzik I, Huschke B, Lehnert H.
(17) But HUSCHKE thought it was wholly a glandular structure, no mention about the muscle component was made.