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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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Neste estagio, o reflexo inato de preensao ja esta por vias de desaparecer, dando lugar as primeiras atividades adquiridas de preensao, que de inicio sao cubito-palmares (Meyerhof, 1994; Brandao, 1984; Guillarme, 1983).
(31) "O problema e que a correta aplicacao de principios mediante o teste de proporcionalidade depende, em muitos casos, e talvez na maioria deles, de dados empiricos ou pelo menos de juizos probabilisticos sobre os esperados efeitos concretos de diferentes normas." PARGENDLER, Mariana e SALAMA, Bruno Meyerhof. Direito e consequencia no Brasil: em busca de um discurso sobre o metodo.
(13) Bruno Meyerhof Salam adverte que: "Surgem, entao, dois problemas para se pensar os mecanismos atraves dos quais o direito afeta o arcabouco institucional.
Meyerhof, "Some recent research on the bearing capacity of foundations," Canadian Geotechnical Journal, vol.
Meyerhof, "Bitter taste receptors and human bitter taste perception," Cellular and Molecular Life Sciences, vol.
In 5(10.41%) of the patients a laryngeal or tracheal stent has to be used for managing the stenosis, as the stenosis segment is more than 3 Cms and causing Meyerhof's grade III stenosis.
Below is the analysis of a shallow foundation using Meyerhof formula [18-20].
(Meyerhof 1956) suggested that angle of internal friction can be estimated from known value of relative density (Dr) Eq.
Glucose phosphate isomerase is an enzyme which reversibly catalyses transformation of glucose 6 phosphate and fructose 6 phosphate to each other which is the second step of anaerobic glycolysis in the Embden Meyerhof pathway.
La degradacion ruminal de la fibra y de los almidones genera hexosas, que para su fermentacion siguen la ruta de Embden Meyerhof o glucolisis, la cual presenta el siguiente balance neto: 1 glucosa + 2 ADP + 2 [P.sub.i] + 2 [NAD.sup.+] > 2 piruvato + 2 ATP + 2 [NADH.sup.+][H.sup.+] (61).
For pure vertical loading, Meyerhof (1953) and Brinch Hansen (1970) also approximated the depth factor for strip or circular foundations as a linear fraction relative to d/D: