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Krebs

(krebz),
Edwin G., 20th-century U.S. biochemist, joint winner of the 1992 Nobel Prize for the discovery of reversible protein phosphorylation as a biological regulatory mechanism.

Krebs

(krebz),
Hans Adolph, German biochemist in England and Nobel laureate, 1900-1981. See: Krebs cycle, Krebs-Henseleit cycle, Krebs-Ringer solution.
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John Krebs' niece, DeVetta Perkins, was presented a flag at the end of the service.
"Those retailers and restaurants were unable to get credit from the producers and had to throw out all of their romaine lettuce," says Krebs, "disposing of a substantial amount of good lettuce in addition to the contaminated lettuce."
Krebs: It's emerging, but we are seeing some vision-based picking solutions as an alternative to voice-based picking solutions.
"Combined with our recent exit from Bolivia and the release of Rochester's noteworthy preliminary economic assessment, we believe commencement of production at Silvertip further demonstrates the growing strength of Coeur's North America-focused portfolio," Krebs said.
In September of 2001, I made my first trip to Izhmash Arsenal in Izhevsk, Russia, and Krebs accompanied me.
However, federal documents show that Krebs of Daytona Beach is 75 years old.
Krebs has merely taken these well-proven features that have been in military service for decades and added them to a flash suppressor.
Krebs and Scheffel say that their economic models show that the proposed investments would "strengthen the growth potential of the German economy, and in the long term, result in a significant increase in aggregate economic production."
Scanning happens all the time across the web- I would not describe that as an attack," Krebs told a joint hearing of the House Oversight Subcommittees, RIA Novosti reported.
UNDERSTANDING THE CAUSES BEHIND population cycles has been a fundamental issue in ecology for decades (Krebs et al., 1995).