sisters were society ladies, if the frontispiece portrait opposite the title page of the book is to be believed.
Daeppen, J., Gache, P., Landry, L., Sekera, E., Schweizer, V., Gloor, S., & Yersin
In contrast to the results of this study, sugars were shown to increase the attraction of others earwigs species in fennel (Foeniculum vulgare Mill.), particularly Marava arachidis (Yersin
) (Dermaptera: Spongiphoridae), which was attracted not only by the density of aphids but also by the nectar of flowers (Abramsom et al., 2007).
, "Depressive symptoms as a predictor of 6-month outcomes and services utilization in elderly medical inpatients," Archives of Internal Medicine, vol.
In 1894, Alexandre Yersin
isolated the germ that caused plague--henceforth named Yersinia pestis--and discovered that it was harbored in rats.
Yersinia pestis, the plague bacillus, was discovered in 1894 independently by Kitasato Shibasaburo (1853-1931), who was a student of Koch then working in Japan, and Alexandre Yersin
(1863-1943), a Swiss-born bacteriologist from the Pasteur Institute, who had worked with both Pasteur and Koch (3).
A group of students from another Western school, Lycee Yersin
in Dalat, maintained the Nha Trang students' right to freedom of speech, but found their position unacceptable.
's museum thought there were more French than Vietnamese the five decades he lived in Nha Trang until his death in 1943.
Daeppen, J.B.; Gaume, J.; Bady, P.; Yersin
, B.; Calmes, J.M.; Givel, J.C.
(13.) Ellos son Emile Duclaux (1840-1904), Emile Roux (1853-1933) y Alexandre Yersin
En la literatura especializada aparecen distintos estudios que senalan relaciones entre la CVRS y constructos de la red nomologica de la adiccion (por ejemplo, Daeppen, Krieg, Burnand, y Yersin
, 1998; Falck et al., 2000; Van der Zanden et al., 2006) y, aunque se encuentran algunas relaciones importantes, tambien hay vacios en relaciones esperables desde el punto de vista teorico.