En todo caso, la investigacion no tiene el proposito de que la muestra represente a la poblacion, y por tanto universalizar los resultados, sino que su intencionalidad apunta a la obtencion de la maxima informacion--y comprension--posible de un fenomeno: como las actividades de los libros de texto de Quimica chilenos abordan la teoria corpuscular
de la materia.
Entretanto, esta especie apresentou o maior numero de eritrocitos circulantes com o menor volume corpuscular
medio e, consequentemente, maior area de membrana para efetuar as trocas gasosas.
Pierre Gassendi (1592-1655) and many other natural philosophers in the first half of the seventeenth century argued in favor of the corpuscular
theory of matter on philosophical grounds, as well as by appealing to empirical evidence.
Boyle and Newton drew on a well-developed experimental tradition and corpuscular
matter theory derived from thirteenth-century Aristotelian alchemy and fused with Paracelsian spagyrical methods: it was seventeenth-century alchemy and iatrochemistry that provided them with the materialist theoretical basis and quantitative experimental methods on which to develop a replacement for Aristotle's substantial forms, not the Cartesian clockwork mechanism and Gassendian atomism.
Under the standard analogies of corpuscular
approach, at this point the arguments usually go back to the wave theory of light assuming that the change in travel time of light particles somehow materializes as change of the emitted or received frequency.
hemoglobin concentration (MCHC) (g/dl) in treated rats decreased significantly at low MTBE concentrations (1,000, and 1,500 ppm) by 9.
No correlation was found between ferritin level and age, smoking, fatigue severity, or mean corpuscular
In these cases, further testing with a complete blood count (CBC), mean corpuscular
volume (MCV), red cell distribution width (RDW) and serum ferritin concentration may be effective in determining the cause of anemia (SOR: C; expert opinion).
hemoglobin values also were lower in the recurrent ALTEs group (30.
12] was 120[+ or -]40 pg/mL and the mean corpuscular
volume (MCV) was 94.
For this infant, the hemoglobin, hematocrit, and mean corpuscular
volume (MCV) were remarkably low, while the red cell distribution width (RDW) was elevated (see Table 1).
The mean corpuscular
volume (MCV) describes average red blood cell size.