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Germinal

conflict of capital vs. labor: miners strike en masse. [Fr. Lit.: Germinal]
See: Riot

Germinal

portrays the sufferings of workers in the French mines. [Fr. Lit.: Zola Germinal]
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Aitken and Roman explained that melatonin is soluble in both lipid and aqueous environments so easily crosses the blood-testes barrier to protect the germinal epithelium18.
The truism that the poor will often lose to the rich or powerful in court has proven true once more in the Germinal murder case.
Although patients classified as IPAF had tissue specimens demonstrating NSIP, organizing pneumonia, interstitial lymphoid aggregates with germinal centers, or diffuse lymphoplasmacytic infiltrates, those features were also present in patients who did not have IPAF.
The germinal epithelium in the control group A appeared normal with a Johnson's score of 10.
It shows a permanent germinal epithelium continuous or discontinuous depending on the reproductive condition, composed at all times of diploid spermatogonia, and which may divide mitotically that differentiate into spermatozoa (Table 2).
There was thinning of germinal epithelium along with marked vacuolation within the seminiferous tubules.
Eso no significa que estos cientificos pretendan detener la investigacion, Paul Berg (el otro Nobel que solicita la moratoria, ademas de Baltimore) ha advertido: "La ciencia no debe verse obstaculizada en sus primeras etapas por la preocupacion de que las mejoras, y las validaciones, de ciertas partes de la tecnologia esten abriendo la puerta a la eugenesia", por el contrario, apoya la investigacion dirigida a "perfeccionar la tecnologia, en preparacion para el momento en que la sociedad pueda aprobar la modificacion de la linea germinal en medicina".
4) Tumors containing representatives of two germinal layers only
As in Germinal, Paris dismisses or "silences" each of the various strains of the "anarchist voice" (104) it purports to incorporate (Proudhon, Comte, Fourier, Guesde; 73).
Germinal, pieza que le da titulo a la exposicion--y que evoca el septimo mes del calendario republicano instaurado por la Revolucion francesa o a la novela de Zola--, es tambien un nombre usado con frecuencia en grupos y publicaciones libertarias.
STANDARD LIEGE v BEERSCHOT 5pm GERMINAL BEERSCHOT were sitting pretty in fourth place in the Belgian table after eight games but, after a run of results which has seen them pick up just five points from a possible 33, they are a side in freefall, writes Stephen Walter.
But when target antigen is located only in a tissue or organ remote from the germinal centre, B cells capable of reacting against both antigen and 'self' are able to escape the germinal centre and produce autoantibodies.