Ueber ein Enzym "Phytase", das "Anhydro-oxy-methylen diphosphorsäure" spaltet
On the abuse of hypodermic injections of morphia
Studies in early Greek oral poetry
James Anastasios Notopoulos
Bemerkungen zur kritischen Neuaufnahme der Fundmünzen der römischen Zeit in Deutschland
Peter Robert Franke
The geology, origin and age of the ground water supplies in some desert areas of U.A.R.
Abdu A. Shata
Egon T. Degens
Karl Otto Münnich
M. M. El-Shazli
- In a joint enterprise, the ground water supplies in some Oases in UAR (namely El Kharga, El Dakhla, El Baharia and Siwa), in Wadi El Natrun (to the west of the Nile Delta), in Ayoun Mousa (West Sinai) and in some places along the Mediterranean Littoral, have been investigated. According to the dating of the water by the C14 method, the age of the artesian water from the Oases is between 25,000 and 40,000 years and the origin is obviously from rain water which fell and infiltrated within the "Nubian Sandstone" layers, occupying almost entirely the southern portion of the western Desert (the water underwent some evaporation before it disappeared in the subsurface as indicated from the loss of the 016). This process took place during one or more of the Pluvial periods which followed (and were not coincident with) the last "Würm" eustatic lowering of the Mediterranean. No infiltration water have presumably recharged the layers in question, so almost entirely fossil water reserves are tapped at present. The quantities of such reserves are unknown. More ancient waters, however, may be expected to the north of El Kharga and El Dakhla Oases. Such waters may- to their greater portions - enter these two oases from that direction. On the other hand, little or almost no water is expected to feed the reservoir from the opposite direction.
Le massif basaltique quaternaire à zircon-gemmes de Ratanakiri (Cambodge nord-oriental) : Première partie
Environmental isotope data in western Thessaly valley, Greece, use of mathematical model for quantitative evaluations with tritium
Bryan R Payne
- The present paper deals mith the results of an environniental isotopic study in western Thessaly valley, carried out during the period 1968 - 1971. The isotopes used are 18O, D, Tritium, 18C and 14C. By the interpretation and evaluation of these resiilts useflil informations as regards the soiirce of recharge, the recharge mechanisrn and the dynamics of the flow system of the valley are provided.
Dyspepsiecoli : zur Frage der bakteriellen Ätiologie der sogenannten alimentären Intoxikation
A tale of two helmets : the Negau A and B inscriptions
- The goals of this exercise are essentially threefold: (1) to rescrutinize, archaeologically, epigraphically and linguistically, the pre-Roman inscriptions of the justly famous Negau A and B helmets, (2) to identify "eastward graphemic drift" in preRoman northern Italy and (3) to reconsider and perhaps identify the origin of the Germanic runes in light of (1) and (2). While moving toward these goals, we cite but a sampling of the burgeoning literature, some of which may not be generally known or easily accessible, in these rapidly expanding venues; see Ellis (1998) for a recent overview in English.
Über die Biologie der Dyspepsiecoli und Ihre Beziehungen zur Pathogese der Dyspepsie und Intoxikation