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Meyerhof

Otto (Fritz) . 1884--1951, German physiologist, noted for his work on the metabolism of muscles. He shared the Nobel prize for physiology or medicine 1922
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The link between lactic acid and exercise may be largely attributed to the pioneering work of Otto Meyerhof and Archibald V Hill, who, in the early 1920s, studied the breakdown of carbohydrates in skeletal muscle.
Later in the same chapter, Meyerhof contradicts himself by stating the "twelfth century marks a standstill" (not a decline).
CAPACIDAD DE SOPORTE, TEORIA: MEYERHOF (placa corrida infinita) Proyecto: Modelaje de la capacidad de carga de cimentaciones superficiales Localidad: Juan Vinas, Alvarado, Cartago, Costa Rica Tipo de suelo: Limo arenoso (MI), (lahar meteorizado) de plasticidad intermedia Realizo: R.
The German biochemist Otto Meyerhof (1884-1951) independently demonstrated the same fact in chemical terms.
Gymboree has helped us create a thorough monitoring system that goes farther than any existing rules to protect the well-being of factory workers in Saipan," said Al Meyerhof, an attorney for the plaintiffs in the suits.
See also the adjoining discussion of the term by Max Meyerhof, in ibid.
Later, the formulation was considerably developed by other researchers over the years (Terzaghi 1943; Taylor 1948; Meyerhof 1963; Hansen 1968; Vesic 1973; Kalinli et al.
Many biochemists had contributed insights concerning the metabolism of carbohydrate, including Harden (see 1904), Meyerhof (see 1913), and Warburg (see 1926).
There is also a partial English translation: Max Meyerhof, "Ali al-Bayhaqi's Tatimmat Siwan al-Hikma: A Biographical Work on Learned Men of the Islam," Osiris 8 (1948): 122-217.