Malacarne

Ma·la·car·ne

(mah-lah-kahr'nā),
Michele V.G., Italian surgeon, 1744-1816. See: Malacarne pyramid, Malacarne space.
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Element concentrations in milk samples vary by species of animal, region, health status, lactation stage, maternal age, and also extrinsic factors such as environment, feeding, and season (BilandA3/4ic et al., 2011; Esposito et al., 2016; Malacarne et al., 2015; Mondal et al., 2015; Najarnezhad et al., 2015; Rahimi, 2013; Shailaja et al., 2014; Miedico et al., 2016; Singh et al., 2015).
(19.) Lucini D, Marchetti I, Spataro A, Malacarne M, Benzi M, Tamorri S, Sala R, Pagani M.
(18.) Giraldo DP, Malacarne J, Correa LC, Couto C, Bastos LA, Basta PC.
(19.) Malacarne J, Carvalho RM, Goes MF, Svizero N, Pashley DH, Tay FR et al.
ORICA GreenEdge's love affair with the 2014 Giro d'Italia continued as Pieter Weening won stage nine for the Australian team from Italian Davide Malacarne yesterday.
By joining forces Snam and Fluxys would become a key player in Europe, interconnecting markets as envisaged in the blueprint set forth in the Third Energy Package, Carlo Malacarne (CEO Snam) and Walter Peeraer (Managing Director Fluxys) said at the signing ceremony.