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(mə-klĭn′tək, -tŏk′), Barbara 1902-1992.
American genetic botanist. She won a 1983 Nobel Prize for discovering that genes are mobile within the chromosomes of a plant cell.
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MacClintock suggests "glottis" for cimbalare (MacClintock, Readings, 37), but this does not fit Maffei's description.
From a scholarly perspective, Altrocchi's 'claim to fame' was Bulletin 2:3 (1925), which included an overview of Modern Italian Literature by a committee comprised of Hilda Norman (short story), Domenico Vittorini (novel), Lander MacClintock (drama), Ruth S.
According to Porter Lander MacClintock, once the imagination of children is suppressed, they will lose interest in everything and become materialistic, dull and dry.
Also, there is something to be said for the contextual approach afforded by MacClintock and Strunk's presentation of excerpts, as it requires the performer to delve more deeply into the primary resources themselves: although one may have to dig around for information that could prove to be meaningful, treatises like Quantz's and Mersenne's do contain a wealth of hidden gems that may provide more insight than a single extract, however intelligently selected and organized it may be.
Investigadores como Sancho (2001) y MacClintock (2002) encontraron que no siempre se obtienen efectos proporcionales a las inversiones y los esfuerzos realizados por introducir tecnologias audiovisuales e informaticas en el ambiente educacional, con el fin de mejorar el aprendizaje de los estudiantes y aumentar el desempeno profesional de los docentes.
MacClintock, `New sources of Mantuan music', Journal of the American Musicological Society, xxii (1969), pp-508-11.
The middle and inner homogeneous layers are separated by the pallial myostracum (Panella and MacClintock, 1968).
Previous research has shown that the periodic growth structures contained within molluscan shells develop from changes in the density of calcium carbonate, the ratio of aragonite to calcite, the proportion of calcium carbonate to conchiolin (the organic component of the shell), the size of the crystals, or the type of crystalline microstructure (Pannella & MacClintock 1968, Rhoads & Lutz 1980, Jones 1983).
Lander MacClintock, Orpheus in America [Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1957]), comments about almost every aspect of the trip with especial emphasis on New York theatrical life, musical personalities, and shows, but never alludes to either Braham or Harrigan.
MacClintock (American Institute of Musicology, 1962), pp.
Bivalves carry a complete record of their lives in their shells (Pannella & MacClintock 1968, Lutz & Rhoads 1980, Richardson 2001).
Musicologist Carol MacClintock oversaw operations in the library on an interim basis after Lyman's retirement in 1959 until the appointment later that year of Dorothy Ann Eckstrom, who had a B.