Wasmann

Was·mann

(vahs'mahn),
Adolphus, 19th-century German anatomist. See: Wasmann glands.
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Rokkan y Germani, desde su perspectiva, sintetizan su teoria como "modernizacion preventiva o conservadora" y Wasmann como un fenomeno de cooptacion de la clase obrera, como actor heteronomo y controlado desde el Estado.
apiculatum son la vibora Toluca lineata Kennicott, la cual se alimenta de larvas (Cuadriello 1980), los escarabajos estafilinidos Dinardilla liometopi Wasmann, D.
2002) y Amitermesforeli Wasmann, 1902 en maracuya (Dominguez-Gil y McPheron 1992).
Revisao de Cornitermes Wasmann (Isoptera, Termitidae, Nasutitermitinae).
Christiane Wasmann, Estudios en la Universidad de Passau, en Intercultural Management con enfoque en el area iberoamericana.
On April 16 William Wasmann, longtime managing editor of The Register-Guard, died at the age of 92.
Ferguson WJ, Braunschweiger KI, Braunschweiger WR, Smith JR, McCormick JJ, Wasmann CC, et al.
Shelton, & Erik Wasmann, "How Print and Broadcast Journalists Perceive Performance of Reporters in Courtroom," Journalism Quarterly 65 (1988), p.
We strive to provide the best possible service to our member," said Arizona Association of REALTORS([R]) 2009 President, Mike Wasmann, ABR, CIPS, CRS, GRI.
The lower subterranean termite, Heterotermes indicola Wasmann is among the most devastating species causing significant loss annually in South Asia.
Bill Wasmann, a longtime editor for The Register-Guard over a 30-year career dating to the 1950s, died Thursday of age-related causes at the age of 92.
Lemmens, 403/274-3524 or Wayne Wasmann, 403/274-3524