### The Schreier Property and Gauss' Lemma

Let $D$ be an integral domain with quotient field $D$. Recall that $D$ is Schreier if $D$ is integrally closed and for all $x,y,z\in D\setminus \{0\}$, $x|yz$ implies that $x=r\cdot s$ where $r|y$ e $s|z$. A GCD domain is Schreier. We show that an integral domain $D$ is a GCD domain if and only if (i) for each pair $a,b\in D\setminus \{0\}$, there is a finitely generated ideal $B$ such that $aD\bigcap bD={B}_{v}$ and (ii) every quadratic in $D[X]$ that is a product of two linear polynomials in $K[X]$ is a product of two linear polynomials in $D[X]$. We also show that $D$ is Schreier if and only if every polynomial...