GERMON

AcronymDefinition
GERMONGlobal Environmental Radiation Monitoring Network
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I remarked, among others, some germons, a species of mackerel as large as a tunny, with bluish sides, and striped with transverse bands, that disappear with the animal's life.
Her parents, Bethan and David Germon, both 28, from Swansea, have made it their mission to raise PS50,000 to fly Lydia to Boston to meet a surgeon they believe could help save her life.
Conforme Germon, (3) trata-se de uma historia controvertida, de fato, varias historias.
From left to right: Aaron Barr, Darryl Cross, Deanna Clark, Matt Smyers, Trina Vogel, Bill Varjabedian, Anne Taylor Robertson, Emily Krause, Frazier Germon, Kendall Ruby, Rebecca Edwards, Aurie Barnes and Betsy Spellman.
http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj1981.03615995004500020017x[12] Dambreville C Morvan T Germon J.
Original 1687 New Oxford settler Charles Germon moved to Boston in 1696, as did several of the settlers, including Daniel Johonnet, Jean Papineau and Rene Grignon.
She also attempts to undo one contradiction that has niggled at many interested in the field: Money's inclusion of genital normalizing surgery in the treatment model despite his dissertation findings (on which the model was based) that those without surgery did pretty well psychologically (as Jennifer Germon notes in Gender: A Genealogy of an Idea [2009]).
The firms now under contract are: Horizon in Salinas, YFN Yabucoa Solar in Yabucoa, Oriana in Aguadilla, Solaner in San Germon, Grupotec in Hatillo and Atenas Solar in Manat.
El nitrogeno representa el 78% de los gases que componen la atmosfera; sin embargo esta fuente no se encuentra disponible para las plantas (Philippot & Germon 2005).
Philippot L, Piutti S, Martin-Laurent F, Hallet S, Germon JC (2002) Molecular analysis of the nitrate-reducing community from unplanted and maize-planted soils.