Wintersteiner

Win·ter·stei·ner

(vint-ĕr-shtīn'ĕr),
Hugo, ophthalmologist in Hapsburg Empire, 1865-1918. See: Wintersteiner rosettes.

Win·ter·stein·er

(win-ter-stin'er),
O.P., 20th-century U.S. chemist, b. in Austria. See: Wintersteiner compound E, Wintersteiner compound F.
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Some areas of epithelial component show Homer-Wright and Flexner Wintersteiner rosettes while some areas show primitive neuroectodermal component with gland formation.
14 out of the 19 contributing authors are or have been affiliated with one of these four institutions, that are also represented by the four editors of the handbook: Gertraud Diendorfer is the executive director of the Democracy Centre Vienna (DZW); Blanka Bellak is a former director of the Austrian Study Centre for Peace and Conflict Resolution (ASPR); Anton Pelinka is a former director of the Vienna-based Institute of Conflict Research; and Werner Wintersteiner is the founder and a former director of the Centre for Peace Research and Peace Education at the Alpen-Adria-Universitat Klagenfurt.
Wilfried Graf and Werner Wintersteiner address the foundations and perspectives of peace research [Friedensforschung.
Cordula Wolhmuder, Werner Wintersteiner, International Handbook on tourism and Peace, Centre of peace research and peace education of the Klangernfurth Austria in cooperation with World Tourism Organisation, pag.
(5) Cordula Wolhmuder,Werner Wintersteiner, International Handbook on tourism and Peace, Centre of peace research and peace education of the Klangernfurth Austria in cooperation with World Tourism Organisation, pag.
(9), (10) Chemical investigations of adrenal steroids and their syntheses began around 1935 through the work of Wintersteiner and Pfiffner, (11) Reichstein's group (12) and Kendall's group.
Wintersteiner, "Modes of dielectric waveguides of arbitrary cross-sectional shape," J.
This was in keeping with the findings of Naumhoff (1890), Wintersteiner (1899), Coburn (1904) and Jacobs (1924) who seldom or never obtained the above findings in their series.