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Nilsson-Ehle, "Uber eine in der Natur gefundene Gigasform von Populus tremula," Hereditas, vol.
Moench) germplasm from Ethiopia assessed by random amplified polymorphic DNA (RAPD) Hereditas 132: 249-254.
25 June 2014 - Swedish investor Bure Equity AB (STO:BURE) said today it had agreed to buy 20.11% in Finland-based equity funds manager Fondbolaget Fondita Ab from Livranteanstalten Hereditas, without providing financial details.
Bure Equity AB (STO:BURE), an investment company with ownership interests in Nordic companies, announced on Wednesday that it has signed an agreement with Livranteanstalten Hereditas to acquire 20.11% of Fondbolaget Fondita Ab, an independent manager of equity funds.
La distinction romaine entre tombeau hereditaire et familial s'inscrit dans un souci d'encadrement juridique de la matiere funeraire, autant qu'elle souligne le lien recurrent entre la sepulture d'un cote et la familia et l'hereditas de l'autre.
Levan, "Syncyte formation in the pollen mother cells of Phleum pretense," Hereditas, vol.
(2.) Fiskesjo G, Hereditas.The Allium test as a standard in environmental monitoring.
Agrego que Medina Sonda tambien es propietario de las empresas Hereditas Consultores Patrimoniales, Consultores Jundicos y Fiscales de Mexico, S.C.T., y Profesionales en Consultoria Fiscal y Patrimonial, todas vinculadas con Saiz Pineda.
Post-reductional meiosis in Aeshna (Aeshnidae, Odonata) Hereditas 122: 47-55
They also share the damnosa hereditas of insanity in the family.
At home and abroad the hallowed institution of church-state unity and the concordat was weakening where it had not been dissolved, and with it the structural underpinning of establishment Christendom, called a damnosa hereditas.
The stated purpose of the book is to trace the interaction of religion and nationalism in moulding political attitudes in Ireland from penal times--the "long century" following the Treaty of Limerick in 1691 to Catholic Emancipation in 1829 during which the majority Catholic population was maintained as an oppressed underclass--down to the present decade in which, as some would see it, "the final installment of the hereditas damnosa bequeathed by the penal era, is being paid out in the form of the Northern Ireland "troubles." Further the book traces the trajectory of O'Brien's "liberation," as he views it, from the "Irish Ireland" ideology which, he asserts, holds the Catholic population of the island generally in thrall.