TENDENCIES OF USE OF THE TERM «DIASTASES»
The term «diastases» is used very little and occupies the 178.679
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10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «DIASTASES»
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American Journal of Physiology
"The William Townsend Porter memorial volume": v. 158.
The Cultivated Mushroom ...
They are secretive products of vegetable or animal cells, but they are not
organized bodies; they are generally called diastases. The others, named
organized ferments, are represented by living organisms, that is to say,
susceptible of growing ...
Bureau of mushroom indutry, Chicago, 1916
Edinburgh Medical Journal
The first is concerned with diastatic action in general, the second contains an
account of some of the more important diastases. The classification of these
substances is first of all made according to their action. The main groups are
The Exstrophy—Epispadias Complex: Research Concepts and ...
The mean symphyseal diastasis at each time point for classical and cloacal
patients is shown in the following table: The cloacal mean symphyseal diastases
were significantly larger than the mean classical symphyseal diastases at all time
John P. Gearhart, Ranjiv Mathews, 1999
Master Techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery: The Foot and Ankle
Diastases. ○ Medial clear space widening (normal 2 to 3 mm) or greater than 1
to 2 mm than opposite uninjured side (Fig. 31.2) ○ Increased tibiofibular clear
space (normal is less than 6 mm AP and mortise views) ○ Less tibiofibular
Elsevier's Dictionary of Vitamins and Pharmacochemistry
diastases in the enzymatic destruction process 1897 1898 1899 1901 d f p 1902
diastases in the enzymatic destruction process (Enz.) (An enzyme; certain
diastases (e.g. oxidases and peroxidases) must be destroyed to obtain
DIASTASES AND PHYSIOLOGY The labours of Traube (1838), Berthelot (1860),
and Hoppe-Seyler (1876) finally facilitated the correlation of these various
theories, whether life or mere catalysts were responsible for fermentation.
Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum
BjorkJund and colleagues measured symphyseal diastases sonographically
during delivery in 24 patients. The average width of the symphysis at the onset of
labor was 5.8 mm. The average distention during delivery was only 1.1 mm (2).
Marvin Tile, David Helfet, James Kellam, 2003
Bulletin of the International Tin Research and Development ...
Diastases.— Les diastases, d'autre part, sont des composés chimiques de
structure encore inconnue, que l'on ne peut définir pour le moment que par leur
mode d'action. Ainsi nous avons les diastases qui hydroly- sent le saccharose, ...
International Tin Research and Development Council, 1935
International Review of the Science and Practice of Agriculture
DIASTASES l60I Agriculture Agricultural Physics, Chemistry, Botany. :rre
Achalme. Hypothesis on the Nature of Diastases. — (Hy- eo64 pothese sur la
nature des Diastases). — C. R. de V Acad, des Sc, T. 152, N. 23, pp. 1621-1624.
4 NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «DIASTASES»
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Local author gives the skinny on waist training
... after developing a condition known as Diastases Recti, also referred to as abdominal separation, which she experienced after a pregnancy. «The Philadelphia Tribune, May 15»
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Some mothers believed cranial suture diastases could cause jaundice and would treat the diastases and jaundice with an herb (typically ... «BMC Pediatrics, Oct 14»
Triplets haven't slowed her down
As an expert in exercise, Niki has long known that diastases -- the separation of muscles and the weakening of the pelvic floor -- is often a ... «News-Herald.com, Jun 09»
Living Clay: The Pathway to Elimination of Toxins
Well, it seems that clay is particularly rich in certain diastases and enzymes. Some of these diastases, the oxidases, have the power of fixing ... «Natural News.com, Mar 08»