Book: Erich. Mosettig, Erich, Heftmann «Biochemistry of steroids»

Biochemistry of steroids

Монография посвящена достижениям в изучении стероидов - химии, метаболизма и физиологических свойств. Рассмотрены холестерин, витамины группы D, сапогенины и алкалоиды, желчные спирты и кислоты, прогестерон, производные прегнана, сердечные генины, кортикостероиды, андрогены, эстрогены, линочные гормоны насекомых и проч. Освещены медицинские проблемы действия стероидных гормонов. Книга написана двумя признанными учеными в области биохимии стероидов и рассчитана на студентов и исследователей - биохимиков, эндокринологов, фармакологов, физиологов и медиков, а также на учителей органической химии.

Издательство: "Reinhold Publishing Corporation" (1960)

Формат: 60x90/16, 231 стр.

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Erich

Erich ist ein männlicher Vorname und Familienname. Die weibliche Form ist Erika, beliebte Varianten sind Eric und Erik.

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Herkunft und Bedeutung

Der Name stammt aus dem Althochdeutschen (vgl. Germanischer Vorname), auch im derzeit gesprochenen Neuhochdeutschen lässt sich die vermutliche Bedeutung erahnen: Erich aufgetrennt in Er|Rich ergibt althochdeutsch Ehr|Reich. Als Ehrenreich ist dies auch ein verbreiteter Familienname. Ein Mann, der diesen Namen erhielt, war also „reich an Ehre“, ein Edelmann.

Da sich die germanischen Stammessprachen ähnelten, ist in Skandinavien der beinahe gleichlautende Name „Erik“ entstanden, der sich ebenso übersetzen lässt.

Es gibt in vielen weiteren Sprachen lokale Versionen dieses Namens, die allerdings in den jeweiligen Sprachen meist keine inhaltliche Bedeutung haben.

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  • August Erich (1591–1670), deutscher Porträtmaler
  • Daniel Erich (1649–1712), deutscher Organist und Komponist
  • Rafael Erich (1879–1946), finnischer Rechtswissenschaftler und Ministerpräsident
  • Wolfgang Erich (1920–1970), deutscher Historiker und Ministerialbeamter in Kiel

Siehe auch

Источник: Erich

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