Daimiel


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Daimiel

(dīmyĕl`), town (1990 pop. 17,312), Ciudad Real prov., central Spain, in Castile–La Mancha. It is an important farm center, with industries producing metal, linen, and alcoholic beverages. The town's Gothic church once belonged to the Knights Templars.
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Otro ejemplo contundente podemos encontrarlo en la obra de Pedro de Estala, un polifacetico intelectual nacido en la localidad manchega de Daimiel. Entre sus variadas actividades literarias, tradujo un compendio de viajes que habia sido escrito originalmente por el religioso frances Joseph de La Porte.
Dinamica a largo plazo de las praderas de carofitos y los masegares en el humedal de Las Tablas de Daimiel (Ciudad Real, Espana): relacion con las perturbaciones ambientales.
Daimiel et al., "Docosahexaenoic acid modulates the enterocyte Caco-2 cell expression of MicroRNAs involved in lipid metabolism," Journal of Nutrition, vol.
The increase in irrigation water salinity linearly reduced shoot height of seedlings of the melon hybrid Daimiel (Queiroga et al., 2006), while the hybrids Honey Dew, Red Flesh and My Mark did not tolerate salinity levels above 2.15 dS [m.sup.-1] (Costa et al., 2008) and the cultivar 'Eldorado 300' tolerates salinity levels of up to 16 dS [m.sup.-1] (Secco et al., 2010).
A piece of land in the sitio of Daanlungsod, of the town of Lubungan, bounded on the North by lands of Don Santos Daimiel; on the South by lands of Moises Adverulos y Arroyo, alias Mangulong; on the East by the river of the old town of Lubungan; on the West by hill country of the public domain.