leptine

leptine

[′lep‚tīn]
(anthropology)
Having a high, a narrow, or a high and narrow forehead with an upper facial index of 55-60 on the skull and of 53-57 on the living person.
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Une courte duree de sommeil est associee a une diminution des taux de leptine et une augmentation du poids corporel.
Sismanlarda leptinin yuksek duzeylerde oldugu ve leptine karsi bir direnc oldugu gosterilmistir (7).
Ergen kizlarda leptin duzeyleri yuksektir ve pubertede leptine artmis hassasiyet vardir.
17) Certes, le texte de Valere Maxime, le plus ancien de nos temoignages, attribue la guerison d'Antiochos soit a l'astrologue (mathematicus) Leptine, soit a Erasistrate : 'Mais ce nuage de tristesse fut dissipe par la clairvoyance de l'astrologue Leptine ou, selon certains, du medecin Erasistrate'.
In Beltsville, Maryland, a team of ARS scientists has developed a hybrid potato plant with its own built-in natural insect repellant, leptine, effective against costly pests such as the Colorado potato beetle.
Sinden says the scientists currently are looking for wild types with even higher leptine levels to fuse with cells from commercial potatoes.
chacoense, an Andean potato, produces the glcoalkaloid leptine in its leaves.
See Demosthenes, The Oration Against Midias, in The Orations of Demosthenes Against Leptines, Midias, Androtion, and Aristocrates 59, 103-04 (Charles Rann Kennedy trans.
Cinesias also moved an honorary decree in 394/93 for Dionysius I, the tyrant of Syracuse, and his brothers Leptines and Thearides (IG II2 18.
38) Id at 198 (quoting Demosthenes, Against Leptines, in OLYNTHIACS, PHILIPPICS, MINOR PUBLIC SPEECHES, SPEECH AGAINST LEPTINES, XX [section] 147, at 589 (J.