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Mey·er·hof

(mī'ĕr-hof),
Otto F., German-U.S. biochemist and Nobel laureate, 1884-1951. See: Embden-Meyerhof pathway, Embden-Meyerhof-Parnas pathway, Meyerhof oxidation quotient.
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Nesta fase, um outro padrao de preensao e adquirido, e ele se caracteriza pela flexao dos quatro ultimos dedos contra a palma da mao (Meyerhof, 1994; Brandao, 1984).
Meyerhof, "Tuning properties of avian and frog bitter taste receptors dynamically fit gene repertoire sizes," Molecular Biology and Evolution, vol.
The empirical relationships developed by (Meyerhof 1956) were also used to predict internal friction angle for these samples.
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Meyerhof, "Bearing capacity and settlement of pile foundations," Journal of Geotechnical Engineering Division ASCE, vol.
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Yet, Latin was the first step to introduce these new works to Europe, particularly during the twelfth century--a time in which as the Islamic sciences were declining and European interest in sciences was increasing, "when Islamic medicine and science came to a standstill, about 1100, they began to be transmitted to Europe in Latin translations" (Meyerhof 345).
In 1918, Otto Meyerhof and Jakub Parnas showed that glucose was utilized as a fuel and lactic acid produced as an end-product during muscle cell contractions.
Once again it is of Dvorak, the 6th Symphony and, as with her New World, she gives a highly idiomatic reading recorded in superb sound at the Joseph Meyerhof Hall, Baltimore.