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Pontoppidan

Henrik. 1857--1943, Danish novelist and short-story writer, author of the novel sequences The Promised Land (1891--95), Lykke-Per (1898--1904), and The Empire of Death (1912--16). Nobel prize for literature 1917
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Moreover, uptake of other essential metal ions also increase by adding phytase producing microbes in soil (Pontoppidan et al., 2012).
[8.] Rask L, Andreasson E, Ekbom B, Eriksson S, Pontoppidan B and J Meijer Myrosinase: Gene family evolution and herbivore defence in Brassicaceae.
(19.) Falke KJ, Pontoppidan H, Kumar A, Leith DE, Geffin B, Laver MB.
Before the dominance of electromagnetic and geomagnetic theories of aurorae in the nineteenth century, they were predominantly thought of as vaporous phenomena, with natural philosophers and scientists speculating that they might be sulphurous vapours (Giovanni Domenico Maraldi), electric fluid (Erich Pontoppidan), forms of gas discharge (Richard Kirwan; Antoine Libers), the effervescence of ice and glaciers caused by the reflection of the sun (Rene Descartes; Suno
A sheet of black plastic (1.2 mm thick) was placed over the top of each tray to deter herring and great black-backed gulls (Larus argentatus Pontoppidan, 1763, and Larus marinus Linneaus, 1758, respectively) from poking their beaks through the window screening (Beal, pers.
Pontoppidan's (1857-1943) novel Lykke Per was written in 1898-1904, and was described as seminal in modern world literature by such figures as Thomas Mann and George Lucacs, but has not been translated into English until now.
The congregations are diverse in population and location; First Lutheran is centered in the small community of Hope; Pontoppidan Lutheran is an open country congregation with an average worship age of 45.
Pontoppidan. Condition Monitoring and Management from Acoustic Emissions, PhD Thesis, Technical University of Denmark, Kongens Lyngby, Denmark.