Arndt’s law (ärnts)
The principle stating that weak stimuli excite physiological activity, moderately strong stimuli favor it, strong stimuli retard it, and very strong stimuli arrest it.
Arne [ahr-nuh] /ˈɑr nə/ (Show IPA), 1902–71, Swedish biochemist: Nobel prize 1948. Tiselius Ti·se·li·us (tē-sā’lē-əs), Arne Wilhelm Kaurin. 1902-1971. Swedish biochemist. He won a 1948 Nobel Prize for his study of serum proteins.
a brand of fiber manufactured from cellulose triacetate.
- Arneth count
arneth count Arneth count Ar·neth count (är’nět’) n. The analysis by percentage of the distribution of neutrophils based on the number of lobes in the nuclei, ranging from 1 to 5 lobes. Also called Arneth index.
a city in the central Netherlands, on the Rhine River: World War II battle 1944. a province in E Netherlands. 1965 sq. mi. (5090 sq. km). Capital: Arnhem. Historical Examples If we are separated, you will ask a Dutchman to take you to 76 Mamur in Arnhem. A Yankee Flier Over Berlin Al Avery Of […]