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Ruysch

(roysh),
Frederik, Dutch anatomist, 1638-1731. See: Ruysch membrane, Ruysch muscle, Ruysch tube, Ruysch veins.
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A different book might have compared the sisters' work with that of Merian and other contemporaries such as the Dutch flower painter Rachel Ruysch (1664-1750): the Lister sisters furnish another example of how natural history and still life offered opportunities for women's artistic practice stymied elsewhere.
Vai, paulatinamente, deitando por terra varias teses referentes a pretensa viagem de Vespucio de 1497, agora com recurso a cartografia consagrada, conforme Santarem e Jomard haviam realizado no passado: o mapamundo de Juan de la Cosa de 1500 e a carta de Ruysch de 1507 (AVEZAC 1858, p.
Earlier maps, such as Johann Ruysch's world map of 1507 (see Suarez 1999, 102-3), Oronce Fine's 'Nova et integra universi orbis descriptio' of 1532, and Gastaldi's own world map 'Universal Descrittioni de tutta la terre conoscivta fin ovi' of 1546, show the various rivers but not as arising from a single lake.
Quinn at the double Although he is in the twilight of his career, Jimmy Quinn has lost none of his dash and proved the point with two winners, producing a fine ride to get the Ed Dunlop-trained Ruysch home by a neck in the nursery.
Records of its use can be traced back to the 1600', when Swammerdam, Boyle, Pecquet and Ruysch first made the technique widespread, with Swammerdam having the general adoption of the technique attributed to him (Narat et al., 1936).
Gordon Cheung references the Dutch still life painter Rachel Ruysch (1664-1750) and Michael Craig-Mar tin gives a nod to US photographer Robert Mapplethorpe (1946-89).
Se conoce la aplicacion de determinadas tecnicas desarrolladas por Jacopo Berengario da Carpi (1460-1530), adaptadas y mejoradas por Jan Swammerdan (1637-1680) y Frederick Ruysch (1638-1731).
Per dare un esempio, nello Zibaldone di pensieri l'introduzione del tema del "riposo dei desideri", della totale quiete delle passioni, datata 19-22 aprile 1826, e il soggetto dell'inno per i morti cantato dai morti stessi all'inizio del "Dialogo di Federico Ruysch e delle sue mummie".
Although, this condition was described by Fredericus Ruysch in 1691 and popularized by Harald Hirschsprung in 1886, the pathophysiology was not clearly determined until the middle of the 20th century, when Whitehouse and Kernohan described the aganglionosis of the distal intestine as the cause of obstruction in their series of 11 patients who died of megacolon, published in 1948.
He also includes the Operette morali, especially Dialogo di Federico Ruysch e le sue mummie, Dialogo di Plotino e di Porfirio, Dialogo della Natura e di un Islandese, Il Cantico del gallo silvestre, Frammento apocrifo di Stratone di Lampasco, Dialogo di Timandro e di Eleandro, as well as other poems from the Canti, in his rigorous pondering of Leopardi's thoughts.
(42) Or perhaps she knew of the work of Frederik Ruysch who in the seventeenth century used arterial embalming to create fascinating, if grisly, sceneries out of various organs.
In his preliminary enquiries into the nature of the Hanover Rat, Fielding's narrator first consults eminent texts, including the Philosophical Transactions, Frederick Ruysch's Thesaurus Animalium Primus (1710), and Richard Bradley's Philosophical Account of the Works of Nature (1721).