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00012563 J AIMAREH'"ISS BULLETIN e.-Cr m6GGC!/AC(/' A Division ot Loex%s?6calres. Inc.
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A Division of Loew's Theatres, Inc. Research Center Library. .420English Stl,.Greensboro,. N. C. 21420CableAddress'Lor111ard1' NEW YORKIOFFICEiOO E. 43NG 8T. FOR CUff1PAiJ'Y USE OfdLY COfITEfITS I. WEWS BRIEFS 857 ID. ABSTRACTS FRUI•9! CURRENT LITERATURE 877 III, PATENTS 931 s VOL, 8, ..y0~r J1, ~EPTr 15. 1978 a:.n3; .N~~fr
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PUBLISHER LORILLARD EDITORIAL STAFF AUDREE ANTHONY, EDITOR TObIl"1IE HUGHES, COMPILER D. P. BINGAb1AN CATHY CUNDELL TERESA HAITHCOCK LARRY SKLADANOWSKI COVER: TOBACCO PLANT WITH FLOSTERS DON REDMOND nt4:::.VO'L. ~$. 1r.'.$EPT. ,:15, 197 . ~:.
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9 O , DIALOG FitM; CA CQNOENB/CAStA'77-76/YOL 69(OB)" CCOpr:'Ani:'Cnem, BOO.) (Item 48 of 50) Usert906 R3su076 N . N m 'o --q N ~ ~ CA08907053550Y [lehavioral EEfects of Nleotlne''-A '(Pro_o_eldllqs pf 'tha intornati~nal Morkshpp Htlo In 2urich{~1976) Author: 8setti0, Narl, Editor Location: SwttL. . . . Section: CA00to06 Publ Class:e00_K ' Coden: BOONA7 Pub_.1: 78 Pa9e6t 1_98 pp. Publisher: (yar0er Address: Basei, SMitP.) Identifiers: nicotine behavior book CAOB997053328G Four meeo•y channels in the rat brain Author: IzqulerGo. Ivan,Ellt<abetsky, Elalne Location: Dep.Biofls. -FlsLol.. Esc. Pau11s_ta Msd.. Sao Paulo. Bnaz_il Section: CA00100S Publ Cless: JDURNAL dournal: Psychbpharmacoio0y (Be_rlin) C9pent PSCHDL •.Publ: 78 Seoiesd S7 Issue: 2- Pa0es1 215-42 - Ipentif/ers: memoryamphetamine-matrazole nlcotlne CA00907053f6fA Nic6tine /nhlblts the release of 6-keto-prostlptandin Ft.alpha. from the Iso/ated perfused rabbit heart ' Author: tltnnm8lm, Ak! - Location: Karolinska Inst.. Huddinge Hosp„ Huddinqe, $wed, Section: CA001009 Publ Class: JOURNAL - Jcurnal: Rcte vhyslol. Scand.Codan: APSCA% Pub1: 78 Series: 103 Issuet I PaOes: 107-9 IOent/fierai nicotine pecata0land/n hQartp prostacy011n nicotine heart zsszTooo r
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~~- Tobacco 'Augiust: 4', 1978 v. 180, no. 16, p. 21 ' 1LORILLARD HAILED AS LEADER OF LOW-TARS NEW YORK, N.Y.-Lorillard's suc- cess im the low-tar eigarette comr ;;petition has'geen generally ac- knowledged in recent months. In the August 14 issue of Fortune, it is given the most handsome trib- ute to date. The article, "Lorillard Scores Big in the Low-Tar Derby," states that "Lorillard's, success with low-tars is not another of those quaint examplles of an industry also•ran (Loriillard is the fifth largest American cigarette compa- ' ny]',that found'~ a safe little market niche its .ompetitors'"somehow overlooked. The low-tar segment is the market area where all six U.S'. cigarette manufacturers want to be.'.':'.'This year, the low-tars as a group are expected to account for more than 35% of the total market." . . The article cites the progress Lorillard has made under Curtis Judge, Chief Executive Officer since 1970, though it says that the upward turrr from its low status of _ eight years ago was, not immedi- ate. Ina move that proved benefi- ciat, Judge institutedl the brand management system, making each brand "the province of'one man- ager who, coordinated adbertising, market research, manufacturing, salps, promotion, and'. packag- ing:" But he also tried to break into.the full-flavor market, seeing what eould' be done to challcnge Winston and Marlboro, main- stays of the giants. R.J. Reynolds and Pliilip M orris. The effort did not succeed, but Judge and other Lorillard offi- cials noticed that customers in test-marker areas were assuming that new brands were being of- fered as low-tar alternatives to the established leaders. A market ; evaluationn conducted by Loril- ; lard`s four advertising agcncies in .1975 concludcd'that tar-rcduction ' uas on smokers' minds. : Philip Morris was ahea& of the other companies iin that realiza- tion,, and introduced Merit in De- cembcr,' 1975, backing it with a huge advertising budget. Merit wasa hit from the start. Anticipating.than PMi would in- troduce a Ilow-tar brand, Lorillard began test-marketing i!tsown, one with 9milligrams of tar, a month earlier, in Maine and the North- east. The brand was Kent Golden. Lights, which is now second only to Merit among the myriad low- tars that have subsequently been introduced. The introduction, Fortune says, "was something of a master- stroke, since the brand was imme- diately perceived by the consumer as something between a lineexten- sion and a totally new brand." It was not a. completely new name,, as Merit was, but smokers seemed, to. find' it something otherr than a mere mutant of Kent„ which was Lorillard's leading, (though per- ceptibly d'eclining)~brand. The name, Golden Lights, sug- gested by John G'Toole„ head of one of Lorill'ard''s ad agencies, Foote, Cone„and lBelkJing„is seen as fortunate. Judge is quoted as saying„ "' "1 don"t think a Kent Lights wouldl do 15°l0 of the busi- ness that Golden Lights is, do- . .. ing. .
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E 0 r 0 DIALOG Flle4t CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/vOL 89(10) '(Copr. Am. Chem. Spp.) (Iten 23 of 26) Ussr1906 5sep78 CAQB909071017J ' Eflepte of Iqale habltuationand habituation to nlcptlne and ampnotamine on exploratory loComOtlon patterns in rata Authur: Schlatter, J.. 8aetttg, K. Location: Dep. Behav. Sci., Fed. Inst. .TeChnol.., 211rich. ;wltz. - :. Section: CA00t005 Publ Class: CONF PROC ' Journal: Behav. Eff.NlCCtine_. Int. Workahop EoOent 58NBAy Publ: 78 PaOes: 56-69 Meeting Data: 78 , PuOlisher: Karger ACOres59 Basel. Switz Avall: Baettig, Kar1 IUentlfiers: nicotine amphetamine akploratory behavior .: ' . CA00909071016H Effects of nicotine and amphetamine en maze expioration and an spatial memory Oy ROman high avoidance and Roman low avoiEance eats Autnor: eaetti0, K., SChlatter. J. Location: Dep.Behav.-5cl.. Fed. . Inst,:. Technol., 2urlch, Section: CA001005_ Publ Classl CONF PROC Journal. Oehiv. Eff, Nicotine, Int_.. Workshop Cu_dent 8_8NDAV Publ: 78 Pages: 38-55 Meeting Date: 76 -PybliSher: Karger Address: Basel, Swltx A6ail: Baeltlg. Karl lecntlfiars: nicotine aephetamine exploratMy behavior CA08909070966H Nicotine ana scnedule-/ntlueetl drtnkinq in rats Auf!}or: Sanger. 0. J. lDCalion= Dcp. Psycbol., Univ. Coll. Nales, CartlNf, Malea Section: CA001005 Publ Ciasa: JQURNPI. JDurnal: Vnarmacol.,- -Biochem. Behav. Cocen: PBBHAU Publ: 7e Seoies: B Issue: 4 Pagest 343-6 " Ioentifiers: nicotine self administration scheduled behavior C_AOB909070564Y ' -OsyGhObiplDglpal 60naeQUences of Chrprtlb nieCtinlZatlCn. A focuson-aroosal Author: Nelsen, Judith M, . Location: Cell. Mep. Dent. New Jersey. Rutgers Med. Soh., PisCalawFy, N. J. Section: CA001000 Publ Clesat CONF PRDC Juurnal: Dehav. Eff.- Nicotine. Int. Workshop Cotlenl 9_8a0AV PuDI: 78 PaOes: 1-17 Meeting Date: 76 . PuDlisner: Karpee Aptl[essP Basel, Swfti Avail; Baettlo, kari lOentifiersl review nicotine psybhopf0l elfeEt, smOktng behavior review, behavior nicotine review
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NEWS BRIEF, The Greensboro.Record ' Aug;ust 2'4,'1978 p. D12 PUBLIC FOUND UNINFORMED ON HEART'ATTACK CAUSES - CHICAGa (AP).- Theputi4c is~~generally, ignorant about,the.causesofheartdiseaseandthemeans.ofpre--, venting it; according to apoll conducted in three Chica- ' ,~ go-area counties for the. Ctiicago HeartAssociaGon- Dt. Richard! B:. Shekelle of Rush-PresbyterianSL ' Luke's Medical Center in~ Chicago;, headed the survey,- :~which surveyed 617 revdentsof Cook: Lakee and! Dir :-.Page counties. . ~ r - . One percent of those s,:mpled were able, to aame :. allofthethreeprinopalSactorsthatcontribute.toheart . •r- attacks impersons under age 60: high cholesterol leveb ~ ~ in the blood, cigarette smoking and high blood~ pressure. _ Half of those questioned could not name one of the -. ° threefactors: Twenty-cigpt percent cited cigarette. smotang, 21 pereenthigh blood pressure and 13'.percent '- '-dwlesterol or fat in the diet or blood. ...; 1.- 1 ', Whilethree-fourths, .of.t5e.respondents.said they thought heart.attack;could be preventedi Shekclle said'`. "few named speciGcbehaviorsthat would effectipely . reduce risk factms"' other than giPing up smoking.. ., I Fewer than 10.percent0 mentioned control of biood'• ;~. pressure.and ceduction of chol'esterol. - '- tLnowledge about'the factors increased,with the lev- - .elofeducationibut.Shekellefoundtliatevenamongpol- .. legegraduates, only 32 percent named cigarette' °smdang;.30 percent high: blood pressure and.15 percent "cholesterol or tat in the diet or blood. ' . . . . ' Forty-one percent of the: college graduates could - _., not name even one; 1 percent~ named all tluee. . VoL, 8, e1o, 11, SEPT. 15, ]1978' -World Tobacco July 1978 no. 61, p.- 54 FOUR INTERNATIONALS ,For Liggett & Myers's, disposal of Its foreign cigarette business to Philip Morris is more radical sur- gery than was. the case when ' .~. Lorillard did! . a similar deal with BAT recently. For exports and foreign production were thought Io. be nearly 4p°/a _ of Liggett'sLotal 'cigarette business. The estimated .15,POOmi non-US cigarette turnover which PM bought seemsto have .. ` costt about: $7.2m (C3.9m) . per 't000m-not far out of linewith.~ _the buying-market-share cost..of the BAT-Lorillard operation. - • Wltile all of America'S Big Six cigarette . houses undoutitediy recognise that the US home mar- .ket;, though~~ busy, has a.a numeric- . _ally unexciting future compared ,- with the growth. possibilities of the '"external wor:d, thisdeal' andd the: BAT-Kent one leave only four of the six in the international. field- --Of these four, Philfp. Morriss and R. .f. Reynolds havethe clearer way' ahead. Brawn. & Williamson has scarcely had time to exploit -' its broader freedom, under aBAT- _ BAT- group marketing reorganisation, to -'-develop foreign sales in its brands; _ and. American Brands, whose - substantial foreign production. is irrn small-growth, areas, still~ finds that. wider foreign trade is frustrated by lack of brand name rights. ~8ss
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.-r •,O.~7TS v~'+. .;-r R+"g^„ssrr/v^~7f-.,.:rXe'eer^'mfYft•y0. NEWS, BRIEFS > C & E News August 28, 1978 v. 56, no. 35, p. 8 PAY OF TOP CHEMICAL EXECS RANKS HIGH `Although U-S• chemical eompanies' top management personnel have had their share of problems in the past , year or two, they are at least relatively ` well paidl That's one conclusion of a ' broad study on executive compensa- tion done by Arthur Young & Co., ' New York City accountants, for Fi- nancial' Executives Institute, also of New York City,For the top three ex- ' ecutives of 18 industries, chemical executives ranked fifth in total com- pensation in 1977 at an average of $353,600. This level puts top people n in chemical firms behind only their counterparts in tobacco, drug, trans- portation equipment, andl electrical machinery industries.. Tobacco ex- ecutives received the highest average compensation of $448,500 in 1977. Behind these saliubrious pay scales, however, Arthur Young notes a new conservatism in top executive pay Although corporate financial perfor- mance generally improved im 1977, . top executive pay did not keep pace ' with the year before. Average cash =: compensation ro.se.11%im.1977com- - pared to 14% in 1976. Among com- ponents of total pay, average hase pay for the smaller group of chief execu, ' ; tive officers in manufacturing rose 1206 in 1977 to $251,600. But average bonus payments declined 2% to $101,700 The most lucrat4ve region in which ' to be one of the three too U:S, execu- tives is the West, which displaced the Northeast in both 1976 and 1977s . . Average total compensation in the ' . West increased 16% in 1977 from .' . 1976. Bycuntrast, top executive pay in the Northeast increased 12% in 1977 Referring to the reduced rate of top `" executive pay increase in, 1977, Charles C. Hornbostel, president of -,; %. Financial Executives Institute, says, `' "ThesefindingsshowthatmajurU.S. , companiesare demonstrating re- ` straintwithoutthevoluntarycontrols _' on executive compensation recently ' advocated by President Carter." President Carter isn't the only one' complaining about the soaring state = ;. of top executive pay.. Astudy last year by McKinsey & Co., New York City " manag gement'consultants,found that ' '.top management payhad grown nut of line with company performance (C&EN„Dec.. 5, 1977, page 15). O Chemical chiefs' pay ranks fiftlti on industry list . - - - . - , . Gemp.nsa- -~ Rank ThousanM-~ llad 1977191e Tobacco - • S44B.5 t1 ~ Pharmaceuticals Transpodationequipment ~392.0. 2 r. 3 391.0 . 3. j,2 _ . Eleclrical lmachinery and Instruments 377.7 4 ~ . ,5 ' , ---Chemieals and perroteum 353.8 5~ 4 . .. Foodproducla .`327.36..'7 ' Retailing ~ 318.9 7 .''8 , Machinery 323.0 a 1D Fabricated metal products 306.6 9 13 : Primary metals 319.3 ~70 ;. B ' Basic materials 304.0. 11. . ",12 Publishing _ ' 286.6 12 11 Paper products , ~ 301.9 13 9 - ' Commercial banking i"284.9 ' 14 -- 15 ~i Agriculture, lorest -products, mining Textile and apparel. Transporlation. Dlversltiedlfinancial .'286.315 ' .14 273.7 16 18 267.1 17"17 . 261-5 18 - 18 . . . a Tcp mvu~-n cmqe,aaiipi.la 1977. FckWnp sslary.lvu• . . .. polnshuing, and delened campensawn.. . . ' iawce:MUwYauqlCa. : . .. voL. 8, No a ii,, sEPT 115, 1978 1
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C 0 r- ~ IJ ~ . Gn m ~ -1 F+ Va DIALOG FIle4: CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-70/VOL 69(t0) (Ogfr. Am. Chem. SOe.) (Item 16 of201 User1906. 51101079 CA00909074788J vanilla and Oro0u0ts with a vanilla teste. A nfM oevelopment syStem for-tnin-layer chromato0ra_ma . Autnorp Courcelles. C.. Rey,S., Carbonet, F.,Dupoftt,~'A., Vandonrn, M., tt•ibsteln, P. Loeatlon{ Aust. Wine Res. Inst.e~elen Dsmpnd, Aust. Section: CA016007Pub1 Class: JOUqNAL 1066 Journalt Chem. ind. (London) Coden: CHINAG PuDlt 76 - . tssue: 7 Pag_est 232-3 Ioentlfiers: thiazole flavonant formation 9rape splrlt. . thismins pyropnnspnate deeompn Orandy ' LOcatlo,l Lob. Cent. Rebress. Frautles. Maesy. Fr. SeGl/on: CA01700t ' Publ Class: JOURNAL Jpurnel: Anu.- Falstf, 'Espert. Gnim. Codent AFEEA7 Puol: 78 Ser/ea: 71 ]ssuet 763 Paqes: 121-0 L1tn0ua0e; Fr Identifiers: vanllla'tn/n layer bhromatoq EA08909074246U . .. '--- Meat flavor '.: Autnor: Posset. R.. 41ger, P Roussel Clouerd.N. Loaation: Ec. Natl, Super. Ind. AOrio. Aliment.. Doua1, Section: CA017000 Pual. Class: JOURNAL . Aliment. Agric. Copen: tALAA9 Puplt Journal: Ind Fr. 78 _ Ser-iez: 95 Issue: 4PaOes: 345-55 .. Lan9ua0et Fr Identifiers: review meat flavor CA089099742411 T ~ . Interpretation bf the sensory significance of ehemleal data in flavor research. Part 1. Methods based on evaluating ~ sensory oraperties ot separated fractiOnsand individual ~ compounds : Autnor: Wililams, Anthony A. . . , ~ EnD1. 6rlstol, Locetion: Lan9 Ashton Res.-Stn,, Seetion: CA017000 Publ Class: JOURNAL. ~ . Z Journal: Int.Flavours-Food Addlt.-- CoEen: IFFADN Publt ~ 7_8_ Series: 9 Issue: 2 Pagest 6_0-5 Itlentifiera.revlew flavor odor test ~ . ' : CA08909074q19N . . ' . ..- ' , _ - In : m~ m '' ; •Warmea-over' flavor 1n meat, ppultry; and fish Autnor: Pearson. A. fa., Love. Jane 0.: Snorlano, F. 0. Locatlo,Y. Dcp. Food Sci. Hum, Nutr.. Michigan State tA11v.. E L i Mi n z m . ans ng, ast c Section: C4017000 Publ C1aSSt JOURNAL J~urnal: AUv. Food Res. .Coden:AFREAM 'Pubit 77 Series: 23. Pages: 1-74 ' Identlfier5: review meat fish flavor I/piQ, oeldn llpld flavor revie.- CA00909074165Y - Ine roles of thiamine endthiamine •pyrophospAate sa precursors of thia¢ole flavorants 1n grape spirits AutnortStrauss. Chriatop~her R., WIII{emS, Patrick J. )> t Cn .:..:
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The mid'dle-size& children I know~ seem~~ to think bleakly that ~ .r !death comes, not with a bang but I with.atumor.Canceristheterror '' of adults who are more focused on their private Gces and, therefore, their private deaths. -Cancer is the obsessionn of peo- - ple who sense that disaster may not be a purposeful instrumentot publiac policy but a matter of acci- : dental, random careIessness. S't's '` the phobia, that titstrie age of en- vronmentasm.. , ... ili ". Wk wrorrv more about! RCBthan . - about Ground Zero,. If there were a 1970s version.of On the Beach„ It would take place near a small chemicalpiant in New Jersey or. In a back yard 1 in Niagara Falls. -'. The carcinomasthatget, the. most' press are not those of aging butof manufacturing. Weare:con- ""stantly forced to think about.what^ ' " whether it sas iu ges us cancer,- s ... bestos or nitrite, or,, ascomedihn Martin Mull once warned,., leisure The most ardent advocatesof laettite are fedtiy and feed on this . I anxiety. Theyare part of.a generali attitude whichh regards technology - as more villain than savior,, and! science ass more likelyy to cause cancer than cure it. Theyare,y of. .. course, eztremistss off a particular kind.. - . " - Whateverit is that motivated: one group to seek safety in the bowels of a home bomb shelter sees another group.sending people. to seek a cure in the pits of apri- :~ eots. Ass they sit'there„ in: the realm of' talsehope, they are way out of reach of such dubious to- f'i "th fat" ..tems. of scence asecv._ . , ,_VoL, 8, tJa, 1]l. SEPT. 15, 1978
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NEWS BRlEFS , Greensboro Daily`News ' August 2'6, 1978 ; p. B2 FRUSTRATED LEAF GROWERS MACHINES EYE ~ . EASTBE'`7) (AP) - Frustrated by the umetiabili- . --ty and exper:se of human labor; Piedmont tobacco - ~; farmers may be turning at last to mechanical! tobacco•barvesters. . "° Robert Phiilips of East Bend is among the first, but '.. If interest among his neighbors is any indication he ,, :.. won't bethedhst. •'- ; ... . . •. -. "Soo far Ibaven't really bcen able tb prime steady," '. ~ ~, grinned I Phillips, reflecting on the time ite has to spend esplaining.the machine to,curfous onlookers.."I prime a, ' while andtalk a wtule - ,:-. Tobacco harvesters have been common for some~.. ~ time: on the large,, flat famtsin the eastern.part of the ^ state, butthe rollingfietds of the Piedmont have contin• ued to rely onn hand labor. Why the change?' .. ... , "Twoo reasons," said Pliillips.. "lAbor aggravated tneaB the surramer and Uncle Samaggtavated me all the winter- - "I'd.hire 12-or 14-year-ofd'boysW oneonedayand one.thenext. They might show up and they might not. .. . And then I'd have all that paper tmrk„ Sociab Security and all„ and the government n•ouldwrited and say they didnit have arecordi of Social Securityon one, and I know there isdt a record because they never had a card before I' sent them to get one. C & E: News August 21, 19'78 v. 56, no. 34,,. p. '16 FDA CONSIDERS STRONG ACTION AGAINST NITRITES ~In the wake of a Massachusetts Institute of Technolo- gy study showing that sodium nitrite, & widely used preservative for processed meat and poultry; causes cancer in~ laboratory animals. FDA officials are said to be considering a complete banon the chemical., The MIT study, conducted by Dr. Paul Newberne, is the. first instance ini which sodium nittite itself'has been indicted as aa carcir.ogi Previously, scientistsbe- iieved that sodium nitrite ih processed: meats only combined with amines inthe gastrointestinal tract to form carcinogenic nitrosamines. An FDA spokesman. has denied the total ban story; butt under the Delaney amendment.to the 1958 Foodj Drug & Cosmetic Act, the agency must. ban any. food additive shown to pro- duce cancer in animal experiments. Voc, 8, t1a, 11, SEPT, 15, 1978' Tobacco Reporter August 1978, p,'56 'MANUFACTURERS RAISE CIGARETTE PRICES J Increases totaling three cents per 1,OD0i units have been an- ' nonnced by four maj or American ; cigarette manufacturers. ", Among the companies an- nouncing the new rates are ; American Brands, Brown and Williamson, Lorillard, and. R.J. 8eynolds.. Philip Morris is also expected to announce similarin- creases, . The new pricesbringthecostof 1,000 85 mm cigarettes to $15.20. , 100 and 120' mm brands now carry a wholesale tag of $15.70. ' Reynolds' Winchester little ci- gars now cost $12.50 per 1,000. The inc: ease:is expected to add three cents per pack to the over- the- counter price and five cents per pack to vending machine ' salt's. Thereasonfortheincrease,ao- ", cording to one manufacturer, was a recent increase in operat'- ing costs and higher raw leaf prices. World Tobacco July 1978' no:. 61,, p. 54 :C,Proposals for legislation against ".tobacco : pro- ducts and smok- '.ing, proliferate, at state and federal' level. . Congress - has been looking at a projected Smoking deter- merge into the scenery. one familiar message does not labels, as Sweden does; so that rence Act.t aimed ati limited'g smok- Ing in federal facilities, relat- ing cigarette lax to tar and nico- tine levels (the tarrier, the dear- er)) and cycltngg pack warning 86h l~c1 agrk'.-jKy r 1Y:'XfaYR.:
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r ` NEWS BBiEFS Tobacco August 4, 1978 v. 180, no. 16, p. 2 'Stored tobacco insectcontrol ; Areviewof the basics With the escalating values:ols unmanufactured-U.S. tobacco stocks, itr recent years. hass come a growing need to provide the best possibledefense against potential damage to these stocks by insectinfestation: , Concurrently„ the, increasing governmental scrutiny of pesticidal ehemicals, both nationailyland internationally, could have a dynamic '. effect on our abiiity to maintain anoptimum level of inFestation control. In stored tobacco. In view of these developments it is perhaps timely to feflecton thepnncipalbasie non-chemicaPconceptswhich:are essen- tlaltoanysuccessfuWinsect:controllprogram: ..'l..~~Perhaps the most important: prerequisite for a successfulc insectt control program,is good housekeeping. Accumulations of tobacco scrap and dust imcrevices, comers,.and around dunnage provide an IdealbreedingplaceforinseetswAlchattacktobacco. . In addilion„thestorage building should bemaintained in good repair to obtain maximum bene/it.f[om chemical controls whichare applied'.within.the building. All screening should be inspected for tears and holes whichmight allow insectsto.llyihto the building. Toexclude the ' eigarettebeetle,20meshorsmallerscreeningisrecommended., '. Organization of,stored products is.another important consideration. Every reasonable effort should bemade to avoid commingling valuable '. primary products with stems and scrap. These by-products can be . sources of seriouss infestation duee in part to9ne low density at which . they are packediallowing thee insect to more easilypenetrate the . produet.to deposit.eggs: When possible, byy products should be.stored ' inaseparatebuilding Packaging materials including burlap sheels,:olten become infested because oltobacco particles which remain with the..materials.after, usage. Therefore,.when leasible,. these packaging materialsshould beisolaledfromvaluabletobaccostocks, - During the.coldlwinler months it is.advisabie to open storage:ventsand doors to maximize the lethal elfectof extended cold temperaturers upon the insects..5ome: storages are equipped.wilh,fansto circulate, cold aiothrough the.storage. . . . - - These concepts are not to be construed in all cases as a substitute for ', a well planned cnemicalitrealment program butt ratheras supplemental measureswhichenhancetneefleetivenessofinfestalioncontrol.. . C & E News August 28, 1978 %, v. 56, no. 35, p. 18 BILLS IN!PRODUCED:TO FORESTALL NITRITE BAN . In the wake of reports that sodium nitrite itself causes _ cancer in laboratory animals (C&EN, Aug. 21, page 16), two House Republicans have introduced legisla- tion that.would prohibit the Secretary otAgriculturefrom banning nitrites until mid-1979. "Ih the case of' nitrites," one of the bill's sponsors„Rep. James: Mar- tin (R: NIC.), says. "we betieve the risks from,banningi It far outweigh the moderately smallirisks derivedak worst from this new evidence." Without the addition of nitrites to cured meats, Nladinsays, there would be frequent outbreaks of botufism, in the U.S. Hearings onrthe issue are scheduled for Sept. 2& 875 VOL. a, 1101. ll, SEPT. 15, 1978
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-C 0 r N v co Print 9/3/t-3 DIALOGF/le4C CA CONOENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL B9(10) CA0891008016_54 , . Slapil/ty of plpera2ine O/trate soluttpn ' Autnor; EI-Shater, 5. L., EI-Samall0y, M. S.. 2ak1. S. A.. Kassem. A. A. Locatip,: Fae. Pharm.. Cairo Univ.. Cairo. Egypt Seotion: CA0630_05- Pubt Cla_s_s: JOUANAL-Journali 8.11. FBD. Pnarm., Ca1rAUniv. Cooeni BFPNAB Puol: 77 Serles: 14 Issue: 2 Pages: 137-57 Meeting Date: 75 - - lDentlfierst piperaLine citrate apin LtaDlllty,. ant-ipxlDant piperazine citrete stabitlzation. reducing agent Piperailne b/trata stabllizatlon, chelatlnp a9ent piperaalne pttrate stabilltation ' CA09909074173U . - Enhancenent bF DNA ahaln breaka0e by bteomyo/n and piolo0icalFree paDlcal producing systelis - Autnort YamanaFa, Naoki, FukuShlma, Nasanpri. Ko1lulal, Kelko . NisniDa, tlelxo. Kato. iaketoShl, Dta, Na3uo LoCatioo: Lao. Chemotner., AICh/ Cancer Cent. Res. Inst., Naqjya, J.pan SectionF CA006002 Pupl Class: CONF PROC Journal: -iocopheral, Oxyqen Oiomembr., ProO. Int. Symp. Copen: 382oAD Publ: 78 Pages: 59-6? Meeting Data: 77 PuD:isn¢r1 Elsevier -ADDressFAmsterCam, Neth Avail: De Duve. Cnrlstlan: Hayaish/, Osamu_ loantlfiers: Dleoaycln DNA cleavage. .ts_ro_so_me lipid pero.iCn oleomycin copper - CA08909071846D Su,re LnaracterisNcs of the ant/oxlpatlve effects of CDeniCal [arcinoqen5 Autrior: Vertushkoy, V. f, Location: Dnepropetrovsk State Exp, Stn, An/m. Breetl., Dnepeopetrovsh. USSR - 9ectiont CA004007 Pubi Class: JOURNAL Journal: Blpfizika Caoen: BIOFAC Pubi: 78 Series: 23 lssue: 3 PaOes: 4Z4=7 tanyuaoe:ausa Identifiers: antioxiDant Chem parCfno9en 4oszTooo a
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C .© r m 'O --1 DIALOB 111442 CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL8/(08) I .(CGpr, Am. CMa. Sop.) (ttem 25 of 'SO) User18B8 23au07B `, CA089117054689N Toxicity of inethomyl to tobacco budworm aa•deter:alned by topical aopiication Authort Furr. A. E, Locatiol. Bioeneiron. Insect Control Lab.;'.Sb1': EduC,''Ada., Stoneville. Aliss. . Section CA005004 Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: Southwest. Entomol. Coden: SENTOD Pubis 78 Series: 3 Issue: I Pa9est 34-6 Ioentiflerst methomyt resistance tobacco budwOrm CA08907094663Z ' Effeotof CCC cn alkaloid content of Nicotlana tabacum L Autnpri Hradll, FOrtunet ' LPCation: VyS. Sx. Zemed„ 8rnp, C2eCh. Section: CA005003 PublClass: JOURNAL • Journal: Acts Univ. Agric.. Brno. Fae. AOrOn. CCdenf AUAA87 Publ: 75 Serlesp 24 Issuel 2 PaOest t93-8 . L_an0ua0°: Czech Ioentifiers: tobacco alkaloid CCC CA009070546008 ProOress in chemlcat weedin0 for tobaceo_ Aulhor: PutziYli,Mnrie , Lacntio,: Italy Section: CA005003 Publ Class: JOURNAL_ Journal: Ann.lst. Sper. Tab. - Coden: A15T04 Pubis 78 - Series: 3. Pooest 67-86 Language; Itel Identlfiers:hertilelde tobacco - CA08907054491S The effects of cigaret smoke exposure on teatosterone metabolisn In the Isolated perfused rat lung Author: Hartlala, Jaaaxo. Uotlla, Pekka, Nlenstedt, Walter Location: Oep. Physlol., Unlv. Turku, Turku, Finland Section: CA004013 Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal= J. Steroid Biochem. Coden= JSTBBR Pubis 78 Serles: 9 Issue: 4 PaOes: 365-8 Identifierstci0aret smoke 1unptestosterone metab CA08907054488N . Coevtrative Inhalatlon toxicity of amOke from el0seettea during a six week sludy Author: wllton, L.V., Blons, R. Location: Group Res. Dcv.Cent., Br.-Am. Tobacco Co. Lt4.. Soutnampton/Nants.. Cnp1. Section: CA0040tJ Publ,Class: JOURNAL Journal: Proo. Eur. Soc. Poxicoi.COdint PEST05 Publt 77 Serlest 18 Issue: Cl1n. Toxleel. PaOest 270-2 Identiflers: cigaret smoke toxicity, blood carboxyHb et0aret smoke, respiration el0aret smoke ' CA08907054487V ' The efFect .of exposure Conditions on G10arette aeroMa eeposltton Inthe respiratory system of inela rats Authort Binns, R„ LuOton, W. G. 0„ Dyas. 8. J. ' Locatlon: Group Res. Dev. Cent., Br,-Am. Tobacco CO. Ltd.. SPUthampton/flants., En91. ' Section; CAOOq013 Publ Class: JOUf/NAL - - Journal: Proc. Eur. SoC. Toxlcol. Coden: PESTDS Pubil 77. Sarlesf 1B Issue: Clin. Toxlcol. PaOes: 287i ' Identifiers: cigaret smoke deposition respiratory system CA_0890705447_7S ' Detection of nicotine, nicotinert'-N-o_xlda and Cotinine In maternal and foetal body fluids Author: Hibberd. A.-R,. D'Connor, V,. Dorrod, J. W. Location: Cnelsea Coll.. Univ. Londog. Loneon, Enpl. ' Sectlon; CA004013 Publ ClaSs: CONF PROC Journal: -61et, 0xid, Nitrocen, Proc. )nt. Symp., 2nA Coden: J0IAA3- Publ: 78 PaQes: 353-61 Meeting Oatat 77 Publisher: Elsevier Address: Amsterdanl, Natb Avallt Gorrod, John W Idenclflers; smoking mother fetus nlcotlne, placenta Permeabllity nicotine derlv CA089070544750 Stuoles on the release of dopamine .beta.-hydroaytase by nicotine ' Author: Miras-Portu0al, M. T., Galarza, A., Dlaz, J.. Santos-RUl¢, A. . Location: Dep. Bloeuim., Fac. Farm., Maerld, Spain Seotionf-CA004013 Publ Classt JOUqNAL Journal: Rev. Esp. Fisiol. Coden: REFIAS Pubis 78 Series: 34 Issue: I PaOes:. 9-14 , Lan0ua0et Span Identifierst nicotine adrenal dopamine hydraxylase, smoNlnO blood dopamine hydroxylase, aeetylehotlne adrenal eopamine hydroxylase. oMPP adrenal 4opamine pXdroxylese /
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1 NEWS BRIEFS The Wall Street Journal August 10, 1978 ` p. 29 I ''PHILIP MORRIS'LISTS LATEST SET OF CHANGES AT TfIE EXECUTIVE LEVEL .. ayN wa/d.IrflIAKTJi.1'MllpxeY/JN~Ntf,r ~.: NEW YORK - Philip Morris Inc. am ixmncrd still another seriess of executive changes stemming:, in part. from, the pre. ;:viously annnimntrf Nnv. I retirement nf'lo- :~seph F. Cullmavt lIt as chairman and chief '?, executive officer. :, , :` In the first series of changes,, announced . kutmonth,.the diversified producer.of clga- rets. Irrr and softt ddnkc got anew chair- man and chief executive officer, George Weissman; a new vice chairman. Ross R. .~~ Miltliiur- and aa new president. Clifford H. Goldsmith. Their appointments will.take ef• " k N ctov:. t. . . . At the.smne time, a number.of posts just . tenderr the top jobs also were filled. .. In.n the Ihtest series of executivee changes, Philip: Morris said Tuesday the following appointments would bee effective. Nav: It John T. Landry: seniorr vice president and ' director of marketingt, Il.irnish Maxwell, . ~ president and chiet extsutivee officer of' the onmpany's. Philip Morris International unit; Shepard P. Pollack, presidenr,and chiefop- emtinG of ficer of Philip Morris U.S!A.,, the ` largest off the Philip Mnrris operating com-, . '.ptnies; William L6 Howell president and chief operatingg officer, kGller. Brewing. Co.' tutit: Williim. J. 0'Connor vice president. personnel„ of the parentt company and Rus- sell.N. Freund!vice.president...organizatton. - of the parent. " Inianothern move- Hans G. Storr was put In charge.of the company's financial depart- ment:, .-It's widely expaetedx that. Mr. Storr will -shortly be named a corporate.vice presi- ' ~, dent,:butas he istCt'currentlyanexecutive of the parent company such an appointment .' -; must await approval by Pkilip Slurris ditec- .: tors. That approval.l ts expected to come ' when the.-direetors.e meet'duringt the next two ~ I ..~weeks. .... -~ ... . .... .. . .. 1 . Still more appointments to go into effect Nov. I Include: James d'.. Morgan, executive vicepresident andd director ofmarketing, Philip ltorrisU.S.A: W. Wallace McDowell. executivee vice . president.. operations. Philip Morris U.S.A.,and. Frank E.. Resnik. dlrec- tor of tobaccnoperations of the.parent Ltt iss gene"l'yexpecttd that.lU. Resnik:also.willbe namcda a vice president of the parentt Philip Morris also named a number ofr other new executives at.Its variouss subsidl- arles. VOL. 8, WOr 11, SEPT. 15, I97$ ~ ..->.;. . ~ .. , .-Mr: Landry Is currently executive vice : . . _president'and director ofmarketinp,. Philip . Morris US.A.- as well as: being a director of : ' the parent..SLr: Maxwell'..also a director6 is . . eurrently: a senior vice president off the par- -. ent and excecutive vicee president, Philip •-'Morris International. Mr. Poilack. is vice 'presiden4 finance,. of the: paren[and Mr. , :- Howell is executive vice president,. hLller .. :--Brewing. . Mr. G'Connor is:already a~.vice president_ . of the parent enmp:my and vice president -~ . `and'd chief administrativeofficer, Philip Slor . '' rls internatinnal. Mr.. Smrr is.currently vice .' president.,.. finance. Philip Murris.. fntewa- ...tlonat, and Mr. Freund: Is vice president, ,: . personnel, of the parent company. - ' Mr. Morgan Is currently aa vice president of thee parent company and a vice president -. andl aaistantt director nff marketing, Philip.Mnrris U.S.A. Mr. 1lrtkrwodl aL•anis a vim . prewdrut' of Ihe parvnt. rnnip.mv and vice . ' pre~dmut; n,eratwn.. Philip \inrris, lf.&.A. . Mr.. Resnik is eurn•ntlv vicr prr<idrnth nper- . , atinlu ariministtation, Philip ytnrris.U.S:A, Tobacco Reporter August 1978, p. 56, RJiR UPSI NOW`S TAR R.J. Reynolds has pulled a swit'ch on the cigarette industry. In an era of promoting reduced tar levels in all products, the manufacturer has increased the tarr level in its Now cigarettes. . The increase, from one to two milligrams,. leaves, the brand with tar figures lower than 99 percent of'other brands. Promotion of the "reformu- lated"' brand will be done via a $10 million advertising cam- paign using the slogan, "Now- It's a satisfying decision." Reynolds spokesmen cl aim the brand's recent falloff in popular- ity has been hal tedand thebrand is now starting to recoup some of those losses, which totaled 13.5 percentlastyearaccording,tothe Maxwell report.
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< 0 P Print 7/2/1-22 '' ""' DIALOG File4: CA CONOENS/CASIA 77 78/VOL B9(08) ,. (COPr. Am. Chem. See.) (Item I of 22) Vsert908 23au97B . .,,. . . ,' Asel9noet Jean Sorelle Ltd. CA00908085315P ' ., -:~ - '~ High pressure 1/qltid ghromato9raphie method fe_r Probeneeld In flavored oral suspensions containing -amplclitlnt Pollaboratlve studies -Authur: Vollmer, Pool J.. Alexander, Thomas G„ Haneke, Carol Lueation! Natl. Cent. Ai,tiblot. Ana1„ Food Drug Atim•.. Nashlnqton. D. C.- - Section: CA064003 Pool Classt JDURNAL .. Journat: J. Assep. Off. Anal. Chom•,: . Cotlent JANCA4 Pu_bt: 70 Series: 61 Issue: 3 Pa9est 887-94 Identiflers: probeqeold detn emPlQtlltn suspension ehrpmatp0` CA08908065260A Stabilized statlc 11nUid membrane 6ampGSltlona. Autnor: Verstee0, JoSeph --- - Location_: USA Section: CA063006, CA062XXX Publ Clasei PAT , Journal; U.S. Codent USXXAM Publp 769411 Peoest 4 Pp.. Identifiers: emuistGn controlled release drug fra0ranbe, membrane 1iq drug release spray Pdtent No: 4083790 App11C Not 697149 Datel 7608/7 Class: 252-312, B01J13/00 Assignee: Eexon Research and Epglneering Oo, . . I CA06908065150F ' Perfume aGent oflavenEer odor Autnor: Nuiesra, Janusi. Nula, Josef Location: Ppl. . Section: CA062005 Pool Class: PAT Journal: Ppl. Codent POXXA7 Publt770730 Pages: 2 PP. ldentiflers: lavender perfume turpentine aio Patent No: 69820Applic Np: 174066 . Date: 740912 Class: C1189/02 . Assignee: Politecftnika LotlZka , cAQO9080606480 ' Opjects matle from synthetic rfsin-based material Autnur: Matthaes. George Edward Locatiow -Enoi.- - Section: CA037002_ Pool Class: PAT Journalt Orlt. Coden: BRXXAA Pyblt 780125 Pages: 2 PP. Ieentifierat perfume e.tendee PVC plastlaul, fragrant moftled_ srtiGle ' Patent Np: 1498_878 AD_Pllo No: 75/25598 ClasslC00L27/06 . L46sZI00o Datp: 750616 CA089070599840 ,Qamme.-Damasqone Author: Mukaiyama, teruakl, 6algp, Ka:uhike, Takaaara, Osaau Location: Japan Section: CA030040 Pool Ctasat PAT Journal: Japan. Nokal Coden: JKXXAF Pub11 780331 . Pages: 8 pP. Identlfiersl pamma damascone. oyetoeltral propenylatlon.perfume o_amescone - Patent No:78 34751 Applle Not 76/108885 Oatei 760913 Class: C07C175/00 Ass/Oneo: Hasegawa, 7., Co., Ltd. YA08907059983P - .pamma.-Ionone and .pamma.-/rone Authort Mukaiyema, TeruaRi, Saipa, Kaauhlho, TakaXawa, Dssmu Lpcatlon: Japan ---- Sectlpn: CA030040 Pool C1ass: PAT . Journal: Japan. Kokal Cdden: JKXXAF Publt 780331 ' Pages: 6 PP• Ioentlfters_: perfume, gamma lonone, Irone gamma ' Patent No: 78 34752 Appllo No: 76/108886 Oatet '760913 Class: C07C175/0Q Assignee: HaseOawa, T., Co., Ltd. ' . CA089070599770 Is0ion91folenm6-01 Author: Amano, Akira, Tsuruta. Narukl, Yoshida. Toshtp Location: Japan - - - - Section: CA030015 Pool Classt PAT Journal: Japan. Kokal Coden: JKXXAF Publt 780331 Pages: 4 PP• - t0entiflers: perfume, ieolon0/fo_tenol. epoNtde /solongltolene hydrogenation - Patent No: 78 34763 APpi1b Not 76/108136 Gatet 760909 Class: C07C35/22 AsslOnee: takasago Perfumery Co.. Ltd. /
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, . . r1xJT! ~+( NEWS BRIEFS Chemical Marketing Reporter September 5, 1978 p. 37 MONSANTO DROPS VANILLIN PRICE; ~'_-RHODIA WILL. COMPETE IN US - ; Monsanto IRdustrial Chemicals Company last week`droppcd'the price of vanillin by 45 cents per pound to a ; new listing of y5-35 per pound- Rhodia, Inc:,"aUS subsidiary of Rhone Poulenc ~'.,`-.-whuch imports mat'erialtrom the par- - ent company in' France says that. it F:[will.meet the new price immedtatel'v. VrSpokesmenforMonsanto say that the move Is. "ani effort to increase bothshort- , and'long-term demand of vanillin and van. -_ iltin-based products." The price reduction :- affects USPgradevanilllinonly and only in. _ ~~theUS. Monsantomaintainsthatthedeci: 'sion to limit the price reduction to the . .. ~'- American market is an attempt.to strength- en demand. 1 - - Joseph del Gandio,. manager for aroma . chemicals for Rhodia, reports that the price ofthat,company's material, whichiis Imported from France;, will be reduced to Monsanto's new price level: "Rhodia; will remain pricecompetitiue on vanillin in the ., ` US,° hesays- .. - , : .. RH©DGL MARKETING TI[RU5C _ General manager for Rhodia's Chemical .. . Division,.Bcrt.Louvet says that.Rhone-Pou . lenc... has reconfirmeditsd commitment to support Rhodia's marketing efforts onivan ...'. t,'fin.in the US." . . Another industry source.cumments that , - the movebythe leading.dumestic producer . reflectss an aUempt.to re-ensure its position . in the market by discouraging importers , . who:arefacediwithi duty costs. . -°I think It's power-play on the partt of Monsanto to: keep Rliodia out of thee ma:r . ket;" he says-"Rhodia is subjecf toimport . ~. dutyand.is therefore the most vulnerable." ` However, Rhodia has said,.by lowering the quotationto $5-35 per pound;t tha0 it.intends -' to keep a place in the market. -- ,. A.spokcsman for iTT-Rayonier, who will beentering the market in April, reports - that..thesofteningprices have not affected their decision to comeon stream..However,a price schedule has not been established.. , "lt will take us about six months to review thesituatiun anywa-v.,,^ the spokesman . - - adds. The decision to~ manufacture vanillin . represents ITT-Rayonier's first entry into . the fine chemical marketplace. y-y......v..... Industry opinion is that supply Is exceed-„ ^- ing:demand1or the.product,e in sptteof what Rayonier's spokesman. seesas"consislent"-: -` growth." Rhone-Poulenc'ss and'. a Japanese - .r' firm's coming onn stream have addl•d sub- .- .:.. stantially to the supply of vanillin... "B'e- ' _ -tween thosetwo, you'retalking.about.4 or S~ ;'milfionpoundk addcd to.a free-wnrldcapae- '' Th ilii d ' b ' at out f4 to15 m onpuun s. itynf a s a;lot,"he.continues. " The popularityof vanillinis attributed!to '- _ '- the necessity of having aa replaecmcnt (or ' ..atternative) ' for the supplyof vanilla beans, -, which are allegedly scarce.or will become . . so:"Overall, there has been a. declining .`` trend in,the consumption of ihocnlate... and -. :: vanillin has bcenusedas an extender," the .. RayonicrspuF&csntan says-, ' Greensboro Daily News September 15, 1978 p. Al CIGARETTE SMUGGLING FED.ERAL RAP? . .• -wASHINGTON(AP) - The House ' Judiciary Committee voted Thursday to.. make cigarette bootlegging a federalcrime with penalties ob up too two years' in prisonn and a $10,000, finet ~" The vote was 2A'-2,, with Reps- Thomas N- Kind'ness. R-Otio, and Bill Lee Ev- : ans, D-Ga., opposing the.measure. . . . Rep. Peter Rodino, D-N.J., committee. , chairman, said he would ask Speaker 'ThomasP. 0'Neill,Jr..to bring the bill. before the House soon- .. .. . , . '- ~ The Senate Judiciary Committee has ,-approved a similar bill',; which isawail- . ..-ing ftooraction. .. ... - The bill would make. It unlawful to knowing.y transport, buy, sell or possessmore than 30,000 cigarettes, bearing no evidence that state taxes have been paidIn the state where theyarefound- - `: Tteasury Department agents.would be . - empowered to search the premises of `,cigarette dealers with the consent of the dealers or with a warrant. . - . Dealers would be required to keep records of thee receipt and sale of ciga, -: rettes and submit reports to theTrea. _ sury Department. Evans moved unsuccessfully to delete: the reporting re- - ~ ' quirement. _. . . ' ~ 1 I VOL, 8, _ tJ0 , 11, SEPT t 15, 1978 ,4~....:a _ ...
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'IVFViIS BRIFFS Greensboro IDaj.ly News - September 7, 1978 " p. All SMOKING WAR FILTERS INTO CHINA HO:'NG KONG - The nation produces more ciga- _' reltes. thamany otherr in the.worldl Itsstores.offer a vast assortment of brightly packaged tobacco products. Its -, doctors seem even more wedded to~the smoking habit .. - than theirr patients. - '. Another recital of. America's nicotine craze? . No; the nation is China. ' -- Amid compIaints.of severe shortagesoflcotton and ~~ `-~ cooking oil, the state tobacco industryy of lhe. People's l'tepublic turned out at least 725 billion cigarettes last _: pear, 60 bitlionn more tham the United States. Chain- smoking smoking Communist Party chiefs created a blue haze .;' at Pofitburoo meetingsn Chinese.e guidess laughed at wor- ried commentss from visiting American health officials. But now, in another change from the day of that 'late„ great.nicotine.addict, Mao Tse-tung, Peking is gnntly:suggesting to.the 900 millionClunese thatsmok- '° ing may be hazardous to their health. With a 60 percent tax collected on eachh cigarette pack,..this new campaign could eukdeep.into goverttmentrevenues.But says one -- unworried former official: "They'll never gef anybody - to quit." . ..-.. , ..:.. ... . . The sudden tobacco warning, after decadesofbe- uign negleet, comesinan artic!e in the. Kwangming Dai- ly, a. Peking newspaper aimed at inteLlectualsand professionals. Two distinguished! Chinese doctors wrote that cigarettes:may have some.connectionwith bronchi-. . tis, emphysema, throat and lung cancer, hypertension.n and heart disease. - ' - • Although China.is a long way fiom TWarlboro Coun- try,: Peking's tobacco makers have benefitedfor years - Drotnm a powerful smoking.promotion that would be the. - emyy of Madison Avenue:. The nation's most respected and emulated Ieaders.. froar7Wao Tse-tungand Chou En- liai ondown, regularly appeared in movies and.an televi- sion flicking ashes. As Michael Pertschuk, now ctiair- . .. mamof the U.S..FederalTrade.Commission, notedafter a 1976 visit to. Chinx with a congressional staff delega- , tion„ a museum displayed Mao's cigarette: tin;, and. . _ smoking . often. was stimulated through "thee modeling "'effect within &societyy which has alwaysharbored'great ':. respect for authority. . .. The party vfceehairman, Teng Hsiao-ping; an en• ~'thusiasticsmoker, continues that tradition today. Even Mao's less experienced successor, Chairman Hua. Kuo- ,., feng„ hass been seen in public lately puffing on aa ciga- rette. -- In a country otherwise committed to.the socialistt logic of singlee product lines,, the cigarette industry of-fers an embarrassment of brands: among them Chung- wa, Butterfly., Golden Deer, Mudan, Shanghai,.. Chungchow, Panda+. Peony, Goldem Orchid and Sailing. Boat. This last was, advertisedd att arecent' Philippine: tradefair as impregnated, with , . herbss for"allaying xsth- maa and, relieving cough.'- All this color and image promotiowv have helped producee a situation familiar in the, UuitedStates:. Young people.are smoking in greater and!greater num- bers. According too t-he: Kwangming. Daily article„ that trend is what mostt disturbs. the Chinese government- VOE. 8. td0:r 11, SEPT. 1S, 1978' . and has led it'to break its official silence onn tobacco .hzv~rds, . .. - "Young people.are the successors of our proletari-- an revolutionary.cause, sothe..partyand the state must showspeeial care for their healthy.growthi" the article " said. "The number ofyoung smokers has beemincreas- ing ...." it: added, without providing anystatistics. "1'oo counter this trend, we.wili mount an.eduaation program - . that will enlist the support of teachers and.parents....... . The Greensboro Record September 14, 1978 p. B8 AD GOES UP IN SMOKE WH'EN HE QUITS - SEATTLE (AP) - You.may not know. Gary S- Cooper's name, but you've prob- ably seen.his face ih, countless eigarette - ads., ,_ _. . . . . "W'hat am I doing, about smoking?" ~ Cooper asks in the ad copy. "I'm smok-" iog Vantage."' Now he's doing something else aboutt ' s quit. smoking - he .- The whole country got.a look.at Coop- 'er, 28, a businessman whowas paid.$6t5-~ for his testimonial about'the advantages - of smoking Vantage, an.. R.J. Reynotds -Tobacco Co. brand,. . The.pictureof his face,, along with aa handl holding aa cigarette;., appeared na- tionwide in such publications asTV.Guide., Time,. Newsweek,. Playboy and! locali newspapers. Cooper said!he was recruitediwhile at: a shopping,centcr„after he told a young woman making a surveyy that he smokedYantage.. She said she stopped 19o peo- ple and that he was the first one who . - -said'he smoked Vantage,.Cooper said. . , Cooper's words were taped: inaninter-vfew, and strung together by an advertis- ing agency. "I don't.believe anybody would.think. I'd say something like that in.a.real.dia-logue," Cooper said. "Those are my r
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Greensboro Daily News September 9, 1978 p. A10 - Dear Ann Landers: I was shocked to "; see.two govemmentscience researchers comee out with a statement'~ that a person `_; could consume a pack a day of the "new low tar" cigarettes without apparent :ik Thistityfut th S rs: ceranreeseurgeon ;General's report of several years ago which made it mandatbry for cigarette '4ompanies to put'~ a warntngg onn each.. '_packsaying,. °Warning:The Surgeon. -.Generall4as Determined that Cigarette -Smoking Is Dangerous toYour Ilealth."' My husband, who.has.emphysema and, ~ heart~ trouble~„ wass told by his~~.doctor not. to smoke. Hequite four years agoo but. "pInce this new report be has started: .. egafn. rWhat IS the truth, anyway? - Mad As , ~~ The Dickens .. " . Dear Dicf:ens: I am not an, authority ` on the subject so my word doesn't mean -`anything. I do have access tothe.latest, .- fiowever, ar.d thisis what the experts aay: i Dr. Julius Ytlchmondj . the nation's top %ealth officer, stated: "Whileiomo ciga- ~ rettes are less.haaardous than others, - ;there is no data anywhere in~ the large .~Sody of scientific evidence on thedan- ',gersof smoking that holds out anyhope . . ;that thereisa 'safe' cigarette." . '" Dr: Robert I:.Levyof the I~Ieart Lung Und BloodInstitulesaid, "Unfortunately - ;people who have stbppedd smoking,may 'starGagain x:th a.false.sense.of security -~because of this.recent reporti" _ -^ ~ Conclusione,The tobacco lobby is rich and powerful. It isnot about to let Its clients go down the drain without a figGt. Thee truth is - the only safe ciga- .. , ~-.. _ rette is :one that is unlit. The WaLl Street Journal August 29, 1978 p. 12', - LIGGETT GROUP BEGINS BID FOR SERVOD7ATION;.FEW'TAKERSI ARE SEEN .nyUN'ALLaTRr.ETJOCMYALSftlffRbp-,/tQT -DL'IIif.1M,. N.C.-Liggptc Group Inc. said It began its previously announced S1S:50-a share cash and stock offer for Servomation -BUt ri-either the. Ltggctt bid, currentlyval• ued~ at S1S6:1million., nor. City Investing :; . Co.'s similar 417-a-share cash offer Isex- pected to attract many tenders from Servo- mation shareholders. Insteadi with Sen•o- . matfon'sshares closing.at l2:&cents a share - above the Liggettt offer on the New York d - Stock Exchange composite tapeyesteray; ., stockholders apparently expect one of the. -. twocompanies toeome up with~ a better :.offer. . ,,,._.., ,.. .. , . _.. ,. La'ggett won't say if It is considering.sucli , a move..llhe diversified tobacco, spirits and ., pet food~concern recently sold its interna, . tlonaltobaccooperationsforS109~million.Its , mergerofferis.subject:toadefinitiveagreee . ment and.approval by Itsand Servomation's -sharehold'ers and directors. . . I.4ggett's latest offer provides forft to -payS18t5o a share for as much as 45% o! Servomation common, withh the remaining ' shares each being exchanged! . forr one.share. -efftkd off a new sries o preerence soc an a fraction of a share of Iiggott colnmon, ac• cordingto a formula basedd on Idggett'swmmon stockk price at a future date.. The stock exchange value would,rougNyequal Ne. $48.50 ' cash price. City Investing, through, Its 66q-owncd CDNInc. milti6 has offered $47 a share for each~ ofServomahon's 3.9 million shares. I 'Unhke the Liggettoffer, City Investing's outright tender offer wouldn i require ap- proval by shareholders.. GDV is a holding . company forGeneral Det'elopmentCorp., a real estate and construction concern.. City. Investingis a New York-based real estate, financiatl services and manufacturing, con- cem. -Servomation is a vending maehinee supr _ plfer and, operator and runss food service I operations and the Red Barn fast~-fcod chain.
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.0. t/N rtl 0 __4 ' DIALOG Fl1e4t CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL 89(00) (Copr, Am. Chem. Soe.) (item • 16 of 22) Vsert908 43sup7B CA08907056304D ' CA0890705_9389M • - ' Flavor chemistry of tea, cocoa and eof_fN ' Author! Reymond. 0. "' Location: Nestle Tech. Assist.'Co. Ltd., Lausanne, Swtt%. Section: CA017000 Publ Class: CONF PROC Journal: Agrle.-Food Chem.: Pas_t, Present, Fu_ture, (Pap, Am. Cnem,Soc. Centen. Meet.) Cotlen: 3f1JFAN Publl 78 .a_pes: 315-72_ Me_e_tln0 ate_t 76 _ Publisher: Avl Address: Nestpert, Cpnn -Avallt Teranlsnt, Ray Identiflera: review flavor coffee tetl CGC(/a .- CA06907059387W - Cnallrnges in meat flavor reseaeehAuthor:van den Duweland, GodefrltlusA,M:, Olsman, Herman, Peer, Heln G. Location: Unilever Res.. Ouiven. Neth. Section: CA017000 PUbI Class: CONF PROC Journalt_ A9rlc..-Food ChOm.; Pos_t, Present. future, (Pap• Am. Chem. Soc. Centen. Meet.) -Coden: 38JFAN Publ: 78 Pages: 292-314 Meeting Bate: 76 -Publlsnec: Ayl Adtlres5: Westport, Conn Avail: Teranishi, Roy tdentlfiersl revlew meat ftavor odor CA08907059386J - " ' Chemical an0phystcal methotls to /solate enA tdent_Ify food flavors iutnor: Teranlshl, Roy - Location: WRRC. ARS, Albany, Ca11f. " Section: CA017000 Pobl Class: CONF PROC Journal: ngric. Food Chem,l Past. Prese_nt, Future, (Pep. Am. Cnem. Soc. Centen. Meet.) Coden: 38JFAN Pub11- 78 Pages: 280-.91 Meeting Date: 75 Publishcr: Avl Atlaressi Westport. Conn - , Avatt: teranlshl, Roy loentifiers: review flavor odor analysis CA08907059379J The loss of fruit-Inherent flavor In processed foods of vegetable ori0in en6ountered in connection with the splitting of hydroxyclnna•aiC acid esters (eepsides) Author:Burknardt. R. LoGatlo": ForsChunqsanSt. Welnbau. GarlenbCu. Getraenhetech- no_1. Lanpespfle9e Oeisennelm/Rng., Geisenhelm, Gar, Seetion:-CA0f700g. CA016%XR - Publ Class: JOURNAL ' Jo_urnal: Dtsih, Lebensm.-RUndsCh. Codent D_LRUAJ Pubis 7B- Series! 74 Issue: 5 Pages: 205e8- LanpuaOetGee Identifiers: revlen dep5io! fruit flavor, enzyme fruit dapslOe review, wine depslde enzyme review rt Beer flavor stability Author: Halkara, Aull, Maklnen,Ve/10 •.. . • -•- - . - Location; Biotek. Lab., Vattlon Tek.•~TuthlmufhesMUss~. . HelsinNi, Finland Sectlon: CA816003 . Publ Class: JOUIjNAL Journal: Tutkimus Teh. Codent TTTNAR Pubis . 75 Issueq 1 Pages: 41-2 Language! Finnish Identifiers: beer flavor stablilaatlon A08907056425% C _ ChemlCal composition of a parbon dioxide extract at maEaN . sweetflag rhl,zomes Author: Artem'ev. 0. V„ Nas'yanov, G, L. Pekhov, ' A, V,. Azarenko. 1. V. Location: Krasnodar. Nauohno-Issted, Inst. ii3hehwot Prom.. Rrasnodar, USSR 5ectlon: CA017001. CA017XX% Pubt Classi JOURNAL Journal: 12v, VysSh. Uche_b_n. Zaved„ PlshCh. TlNhnel.Cooen:IVUPAB , Publi78 -Issue:-4 PaOest 76rB Language: Russ ld?nttflers: sweetflag rhlt9me essential p11 Wmpn. AeOrngs - rhizome food flavoring agent CA089070539270 ' SWeet organle ehemistry . Author: BraOg, Ro3e Wilson, Chow, Yvonns. Dennis, lawrence.' Ferguson. Lloyd-N., Howell, Susan.-Mor9a, Oeorge, Ogtno, Craig . Pugh, Harrlet, winterl, Manque _ Locatlon: California State Unlv., Los Angeles. Calif. , Section: C4003000 Pub1 ClasslJOURNAL Journal: J, Chem, Etluc. Codent JCEDAB Pubis 76 Series: 56 Issue: 5 Pagest 281-.5 Identlfiers: revlew sweet taste structure, Sweet taste eompd revilw /
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I.n~,; Ir.:.. DIALOG FIte4) CA CONOENS/CAStA 77-78/vOL 89(08) (COpr. Am. Chem. SVe.) (Stem CA009070S4194U Contribution to the detection pf ptsnt proteetants and pesticides by Co1or reactions and thin-layer Chromato0rephyAotnorltonse. E.. Lauermann, 1. Location: Inst. Ger{chti. - Mcd. ~ Nrlminaliatik, MartinrLuther-.Univ., Ha11e/Saale,E."Ger. Section: CA004002, CA005XXX Pu_bt C_laast JO_URNAL Jd_urnal: Nrim.-Fo_rensisCheYias. CnJen:- kRFNAD publt 77' Series: 27. Pages: 37-47 Lan0ua0e: Ger - Identifiers: thin layer chromato0 pesticifle forensic CA069070541800 The release of alkaloids from body tissues by protein Precipitating reapenta Author; Stevens, H. M., Owen. P.. Bunker. Va_Id_e W. Location: Cent. Res. Esta_b1-., Nome_ off.. Atdermasbn/Reatling/Berkshire,.En01. _ Section; CA004002. CA001XXX Publ C1ass: JOURNAL JournaYi J_.. Fo_rensic-Scl. Soc. - -Coucn: FSSJAS-- Publt 77 Series: 17 Issue: 2-3 Paces:-169-76 Itlentlfiers: alkaloid release_ tissue deprot_elnat_1on forensic . protein pptn alkaloid tissue forensic CA0890T0S4169T Nicotine in post-mortem tissue Author: 0-liver, J. S.. Smith, Hamilton. M/111ems, D. J. ' Locatlon: t1ep. Forensic Med., Univ. G1as0ow,.GlaeOow, Scot. Section: CA004002 Publ Class: JOURNAL Journall Mad„ Sci. Law Cotleq: MDSLA6 Publt 78 Series: 10• Issue: 1 Pages: 52-5 Identiflers: nicotine detn postmortem animal tlss0a, urlne nicotine Cetn, blood nicotine qetn, nicotine nicotine detn, chromato0 nicotine CA08907054163M Measurenent of nicotine in biological samples . Author: Feyerabend, C. Location: Poisons Unit, New Cross Hosp., London,'En01. Section: CA004001 Publ Class: JO_U_RNAL Journal: Proe.Eur. Soc. Toxicol.COdent PESTD5 Publt 77Series: 18 Issue: Clin. Toxicol. PaOes:-180-7 Itlentifiers: nicotine detn biol sample, gas chnomato9 nicotine biol sample CA08907054162K Capillary-column combined gas Chromato9naphy-mass lpectrametry method for the estimation of nicotine in plasma - , by selective lon a:Otlltorinp, 40 of , 50) User1908 23auD78. t Author: Dow, J., Hall, N, Locatlont bep.Pharmecol. SC1,. Univ. -Ne.east(e upan7Yna% . Newcastle uoon tyne, En01. . "Sectlon: CAOOCO01 Publ Olasst JOUi1NAL. Journal: J. Chromato0n. Coden: JDCRAM ,~,.. Pubit "TB Series: 153 . Issue: 2 Pages: 521-5 ... Identifiers: nicotine detn bloodplasma,~ Oie chromatog nicotine blood, mass spectrometry nicotine b1ooC CA089070541405 ' Nicotine tlCpentlenee, avoidance behavior and pltultary-aarenri ocnrtical functionAuthorl Hall, G. M., Francis, R. L.. Morrlson, Cathleen F. LOCatlon: SCh. Pharm.. Sunderland Polytebhe• Sunderlantl. E_ngl.. Sectlont C_A004000_Pu_bl Clasat CONF PROC Jdurna_1: OchaY. Ef1. Nicottne. Int. Workshop CoQent 38NBAV Pub1:7B - PaOes: 94-107 Meetln9 Datet 78 Publisherl kar0er Aepresst Basel. Switi AvAlt: Baettig. Karl - identlfierst revlew nicotine oependenee avoidance behavior. pituitary adrenal cortex nicotine review CA08907054130Y . The towlcolo9y of ner smCklnp materials ~. ._ Author:.Clark, 0. G. ' Location:_ Inveresk Res. int., Edinburgh. Scot.' , Sectiatl CA004000 Pubi Class: JO_UqNAL Journal: Proc. Eur. Soc. toxicdL.Codens PESTOS Publt 77 Serles: 18 Issue: Clin. Toxieo_). Pages; 128-40 Identlfleri: review smoking materlal toxleol CA08907054030R -Chemfcni inouetlon of •albtna' mutatlons 1n Callua cultures of hoplold forms of Nicotiana sylvestris_ Speoai2 at Comes Author: MalepsZy, S., MalusZynshi,M, Location: Inst. Mol. Biol., Sllesian Unlv., Batowlee, Poi. Section: CA003003 Publ Class: JOUtJNAL Journal: 6.11. Aced. Pol. S9i,. Sar. Scl. Bibi. Co0en1 BAPBAN Publ: 77 Serlea: 25 Issue: 12 PaOesf 769-73 Identifiers: tababco- mutation Che. IPQuCtion. bromodeoxyurldine mute0en tobacco 0
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EWS BRIEFS .:Th,e Greensboro Record .September 4, 1978 p. A4 TOBACCO CROP MAY TOP $1 BILLION '~; RALEIGH (AP) - Totiaccoo experts say North .` Carolina growers apparenUywill enjoy their ., first-ever billion-dollar harvest.of flue-cured leaf ~ tmsyear t , ":- Unless there is an unexpected drop inpriaes during the next few weeks„farmers will wibdup -theseasonwith one of the best crops and top '.-prices on record. John Cyrus;a a field crop spe- I . cialist for the state Department of Agricttlture, '.made the predictionofa$1n billion harvest, which wouldbe significantly above last year's rieceiptsrof $841 million and ahead: of the 1976 :: harvest, whichh fell just short of the 51, billion .'_ ~mark. ~ Lyrus, aspeeialist in tobacco, said market fig- '- uresshow that farmers drom Elorida to 'v irginia are bringing inbumpercrops and being being bhi b mety entusasticuyers. ` Tommy Bunn, a tobacco expert for the state " Department of Agriculture, said the.outlook.was not nearly as brightearlyinthe growing~season, when too much rain forced many farmers to:re- . ~ plant their crops, causing a delay in theopening " . of some markets.. . ~ ~ , - Butidealweathercondrtions.developedasthe ~ season progressed, with~adequateand timely .. rainfall wetting the fields iblatespring and _bright sunshine later giving the leaf the golden .. ripe look and feel that delights buyers. . Figures compiled by the U.S. Departmentt of Agriculture's Market News Service showed that all flhe-cured markets had-broughtih 428:2 mil- lionpounds of'.leaf tttrough4astTuesday: The av- erage price was. $131.83per hundred pounds - up substantialljrfrom the 375.1 million pounds at anaverage.of $106.93 per hundred pounds for the samee time a year ago. .-;. . -..'- . ConS"-s wave _hcer.goodon markets in ev- ery tobacco 6s1k ccording to this slunmary from thedfar€et News Sersice: . ..0 The.Georgia-Florida Belt has recorded sales of 106.2 million for an average price of -f145.65 per huddred. At,the.same.timea year ~ago, marketson the belt had sold 95 million pounds for an average of. $111.27, per hundred. 0 Border Belt markets.ha~:e sold 118 million pounds foran.averageof$134.6d per hundred up from the 103.1 million pounds and average :, of $108.58per hundred a year ago . . ._. . , .. :r '<r .._tw. 1 O\7arketson the Eastern Belt have sold L~.4 136:9 million pounds, collecting anaverge price of $127.12 per hundred. Saless at thisA:mein 1977 were 55 million pounds.at an..average of,<^4A6 0 Old and!5fidd16 Belt marketshace sold 67 : '. t million pounds at anaverage price of $11431 per _. hundred. The figures were 5a million p:mnds for $94.46 per hundred at this point last year. Gxeensboro.Daily News September 9, 1978 p. A2 STIFFER SMOKING RULE PROPOS;:D - WASHINGTOPI(AP)- The government Friday proposed regulations to curb, smoking in the most commonly used see- tions of most federal buildings around the country. ..-. i.Jr-{.r: -The regulations aree similar toguidetines the General Ser- - vices Administrationalreadglias for non-smoking.areasinthe - 10,000 federal.buildings.or offices it owns or.leases. The GSA.said a regulation is needed "because smoke In a -confined area may be irritating and annoying to non-smokers and' maycreate.a potential hazard: to those suffering from heart ' " and respiratory diseases or allergies. -. - Donald {Vinegarden of the. GSAA said! the regulation would ;' have "more weighfand'~ authority with federal agencies" ihan the current guidelines. I The regulationwould add conference~roomsto the.list of~ no-smoking areas. Other places where smoking is prohibited are auditoriums, cl:ssrooms,., elevatorsands shuttle vehiclestravel- ing between federalagencies. : The reguta.liomwill be published in Mlonday'sFederal Reg- Ister.with30 days allowed for publiocommentc wihegarden said It is not.likelyto take effect for 60 to 90 days. _*, -.. _. He said the rules closely parallel smoY.ingrestrictibns that Health, Educationn and'SYelfare Secretary Joseph A. Califano imposedi.on HEW buildings lastJanuarywhenhestartedanan- ti-smoking. campaign. The GSAA regulatiom requires cafeterias to sett up no-smok-cfngareas"based upon an estimate of the numberofsmoY.ing and non-smoking patronssen•ed. This may be adjusted onthe basis of locall experience."
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!_ ~ ~ DIALOG F11e4: CA CONDENS/CASIA 77e78/VOL-89(t0) (Copr. Ap.. Chem. Sop,) (Itea B of . 20) User1906 5sep78 CA08909074453J Fruit flavorlnD Improvement ' Autnor: TSuneya.-TOmoyuNi,Shlbaf.Teruhik0. Sh10a. M(noru Locatlon: Japan Section; CA017002 Pubt Clesst PAT Jaurnal: Japan. Coden: JAXXAD. Pubfi 780411 . PaOes: 2 ppp toentiFiersP fruit flavoring , pnenylaeetbte, pineapple flavorin0-pnanylacetata, . ethyl/danephenylaNtate flavoring, vinrlpnenrfac_etate flavoring Patent No: 70 10138 Applle Not 73/142773 Datei 731218 ClaSi: A61K7/46 - . Ass/Onee: Sn/ono Xoryp Malsha, Ltd. -_.. .. _. ,... CA08909074452N S.ect steroid Olueosldes and related substanees from Mom~rdicae Autnor: Tasemoto, Tsunematsu, Nakalima, TsOashl, Arihare,.-, Snioenobu, Okuhiea, Meoumu . . Lpcatipn: Japan Section: CA017002. CAOIIXXX Pub1 Ctass: PAT Journal: Japan, Kokai Coden: JKXXAF Publt 780331 Paoe.i 1I ppr tpentifiers: sweet Olucoslde Mormerdica, sterol0 9lucos7pe s.eet Patent yu: 78 34966 APpllt: No:.78/108498 Oate: 760909 Class: A2JL1/22 ASSipnee: Nippon Shoji Co.. Ltd, .. .. CA06909071450F Flavor: Its Chemical. BehOvlCral, and Commerclsl Aspects. (Proceedinps of-the Arthur D, Lfttle, Ine, Flavor Symposium, April 28-2_9, 1977) Author: Apt, Chbrles M., Editor Location: USA Sectlon: CA017013 Publ Classt B00_K . Caden: DOUKA7 Publ: 70 Pa0es1 229 pP.. Publisner: (Westvlew Press. Inc. Atldresst Boulder. Colo.) Identifiers: book flavor ' CA00909074449N ACS SympoS.vA Series. Ypl, 752 Lipid! ae a SpurCe Of FlaVbr Autnor: Supran.-Michaet K.. EdltorLocation: USA Section: CA017_0_13 Publ Class: BOOK Caden; BOUKA7 Publ:-78 PaOes: 121 pp• Publisner: (ACS Address: Washington. D, C.) . Ioenttfierst book lipid flavor precursor CA09909074407X ' Spectral charaeteristica of CummerblDlly prepared grapefruit - - -- - - 7ulces . -AUthort Petrus, 0. R.r pouOherty, M. H., Huggart. R. L.-. Locatlont State Florida Dep. Citrus. Lake Alfred. Fla.. SeCtion: CA017004 Publ Classt JOURNAL ' Journall Proc. Fla..State Hortlc. Soc. CoOen: PFSHA7 Publ: 78Scries.90, -- Pa9es: 175-B Meetln0 Date: 77 Identifiers! Orapefrult juice nar/n01n. flavor grapefruit juice CA08909074406W "1 Quality of FtorlaeCanned grapefruit juice 1n Supermarket stores-of the United States - Authpr: ilny, S. V., McAllister. J. W. LocationP Florida Dep. Citrus. Lake Alfred. Fia. Section: CAOa7004 Publ Classt JOURNAL . - Journel: ProO, Fla. State Hortic. Spo. Copent PFSHA7 Pubi: 78 Sentea7 90, Pages: 170-2 Meeting Oate: 77 'Idcntlfiers: Orapefrutt juice canned, furfural Orapefruft luipe, limpnln grapefruit julce, flavor canned grapefruit . . . . , , juice CA08909074974J - -I ' -' ' - - - Continuous culture of Lactobac/11ue bulgaricus ane Streptocnccus thermppnllus and their use for flavor development in Cheese made by direct acidification -Author: Neller, Bruno Locationl Vniv. Wisconsln, Madison, rlis. Section: CA0I7003, CA010R%X Publ /asst 0153 Coden: DAUBUA Publ: 77 PaOest 146 pp• ' Citatlon: Diss. Abstr. Snt. B 1978. 78(12. Pt. 1), 9829 Avail: Univ. Mierofilms-int.. Order No. 7804428 Identlfiera: mozzarella Cheese Starter, LaGtobaC111us Cheese Starter. Streptococcus Cheese starter CA08909074356E " Studies on flavor CUmponents In boiled aPaba. 1• Ae11ne acids and related Corpounds in the estracts Author: ttonosu, Shoji, Yama0ucnl. Katsumi, Hayashi. Tetsuhito Locatlon: Fne. AOrtm, Univ. Tokyo. Tokyo. Japan Section: CA017003 Pubt Class: JOURNAL Journal: Nippon Sulsan Gakk2lshi Cotlen: NSUOAF Publi 78 Serles:. 44 [ssue: 5 Pagest 505e10 .. Identifiers: crab amirto acld flavor ' , .
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00 ~ co OIALOO Ftae4t CA CONOENS/CASIA 77-78/y0L B9(OeY '(COpr.Am: CMs. SOO.) (Item 17 of ' 30) Usert908 3:4u076 _ _ Issue: I Pages: 123-31 Joucnal: Cancer Res. Codent C_NRE_A8Pub_Ii 78 Serlest' 78 - Series: 14 98 Issuet 7 Pages: 1929-35- . Identlfiers: tobacco messenger RNA nucleus pOtysume ' - _ benzo(alpyrene_, and 0.9% sodium chloride solution of the tebacca plant --- ' institlat/ons /n the induCtion of experimental lung Cancer Author; Goldberg,. Robert 8.,, NpsoheN, Gisela,'' Kamalay., Author: Little.-John B., hlcGandy, Robert B., Kennedy, Ann R, Joseph C.. Timbeelaka. Ni111em E. Location: Dep.Phys_lol „ Ha~va_rd_ U_nfv, Soh. Public Health, -iocation: Oep+ Bio/., Unlv. California, Los Anpeles, Calif.. Boston. nbss. Sectlond CA006002 Pubt Class: JOUqNAL urnal: Cell (Cambridge, Mass.) Coden: CELLBS Pubtt Section: CA008005. CA904XXX Publ Class: JOURNAL J o - ysomal RNA in leaves Interactions between polonium-4/0 "".elpha.-radlstign, Sequence Camplaxity- of nueleer-and pot eA00907055634C CA089070548010 ldentiflers: benzpyrene polonlum 210 lung neoplesm, alpha partlcle olgaret smOke cancer - CA09907055390V RNA-dependent RNA polymerase of tobaeco plants' Autnor: Ikegamt. M., Fraenkel-Conrat, H. Location; Oep• Mol• Blot.. Univ.- Callfornia, Berkeley, Calif, - -- - Sectlon: CA007002 Pubt Classt_ JOURNAL Journal:. Proc. Natl. Acad. Sc/. U. S. A. Codent PNASAB Publ: 78 Seriea: 75 Issue: 5 Pagest 2122-4 IdYntifiNY: RNA replicase tobacCO, polYmerase RNA tobacco CA00907055057S ' . ' " ' ' ~ ' Pu(se NM•tR study of the conformatlonal~mo_blltty Of Otobular proteins Autnor:'Aksenov. S. I.. FllatOv, A. V. ,~ Location: oep. Diol.,. Moscow State Univ,: MosCom, USSR Section: CA0a6003. CA007XXK Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: Mpl. R/ol. (MOSCOw1 Coden: M0BI80 Publi 78 Series: 12 Issue: 3 Pagest 522-32 Languaget Russ Identifiers: protein globular Conformat/on mobility NMR, enzyme conformation mobility NMR CA089070550278 A compOrlsOn Gf the polypeptlde Isoelectrlg polnts and antigenic-determinant sites of the large subunlt of fraction I protein from Lycoper3icon esculentum, Nlcotlena tLbacum and Petunia hrhriua - - - Author: Catenby. A. A. Location: Oop.Bot„ UnIv. Nottingham. Nottingham, En91. Section: CAg06003, CA015XXX Putil Classk-JOURNAL Journal: Bloehim. Biophys. Aeta Cuoent BBACAQ Pubi= 78 Series: 534 Issue:l Pages: i69-72 ldentifiers: protein LYcopersicon NiCot/ana PetuM a, Lycopersicon protein isoelec Point immynol, tobacco protein /spelec po/nt Immunol. Petunia protein Isoelee point Immunal. plant protein Iseelec point immunol ~ s&sztooo. CA08907054901A , Inhibition Of nonCappedmRNA transtatlon by the Cap anal0g. - 7-methylguanosqne-5'-phosphate Author: Seal, S. N., Schmtdt, A., TanaszewsKi,, M., Marcus, A. -Locationt Inst. Cancer Res., Fox Chasf Cancer Cent.. Phttadetpnia. Pa. Sectlon: CA00600t Pubt Clessi JOURNAL Jeurnai: Blpchem. Blophys. Res. COmmun.'.'' Codent BBRCA9" - Publ: 78 Series: 82 Issue: 2_ Pages: 553-9 Identlfler9l messengerRNA translation methylquafl0slne phosphate.. ...._- CA08907054740R . Fate of enrbaryl 1n a model ecosystem . Author: Tsuge, ShiOealti. Kaiano. Hlkaru,.Nishiawra, 7akanbtxl , 7omiza-a, CnoJlro . - Location: AOr/e. Chem. )nsp. Stn._, TokyO. Japan ' Sectlont CA005004 Pubt Ctass: JOUyNAL Journalt Noyaku Kensasho Hokoku Codent NKHOAK, • Pub1f 76 ' Series: 16. Pages: 50-7 Language: J.pan Identiflersl carbaryi tobacco eutworm ecol- .,, '- CA08907054699R - Effect of systemfe granular /nsectleldes as soil app/IGation 1n controllln9 thrlps. shoot bug and tobacco Caterplllar on tobacco AUtnor: NataraJan, P.. Subramanlan, T. R. Loeatlon: Oep• Entomol., Tamll Nadu Agric. Un/y,', eoimaatore . India Section: CA005004 ' Publ Class: JOURNAL Jo_u_rnal; Pesticides Cooent PSTOAN Pubit 77 Sarleat'. es: 30-2- - - t :--12- Pa t asue g t IdentLfierat Insectielda tobacco .. . . . ... . ... ....... f
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DIALOG F/1e42 CA CONOENS/CASIA 77-78/yOLB9(08) ICepr. Am. Chen. SpC.) (Item 33 of 50) User7908 23su978' - - 882 :... : : r'.l . ,.; . . ... . .. . ^. . .,i SeOt lon:. CA004007 , , Publ Clsss: JOId/NAl ' ' CA09907054474P '~ Jo_u_rnel: Proc,EUr,Soc. ToxlcoL,. Cedent PESTDS .- Pubtt Aegtaloehyde, ascorbic aaid, and OateCholanitne-re0u/at1n0 77 Series: 18 Issue: Clln. Toxicol. - PaOest 222-4 - drugs: data and hypothesls 1n' re9atlon to alcoholism and '' Identlf/ers:, ' tobacco emeke Cytrei..sktn hyperplasta. - smekin0 - Carcinogenicity C10aret smx>ke Cytrel Author: SprlnCe, Herbert, Perker, Clarence M., Smlth, George G. Locatlon: VA Npsp., Coatesv111e, Pa. Sect:on: CA0040f3 Publ Class: JOUR.y4L CA089070S444oZ - - ~ •: ~ ..:, Jwrna :Nute. Rep, Int, CodenqNURIBL Publ:' 7e A comparison of the effects sf 3-mettiylehelanthrene"and. Ir Series: 17 Issue: ePages: 441-55 tobacco smoke on the induction of aryl hydroearbOn hydroxylase Ident/fiers: acetaldehyae toxicity ascGrbate, aticorbat! In female iiistar rats and Syrian gpiden hamsterS- ecetaTtlehyde counteraction, reserpine acetaltlenytle toxleity Authpr: fer0ie, R. C., Turner, 0. M. --prevention, phencxyben:amine acetaloehyde toxicity preventing, Location: Drp. Drug Metab. Blochem,,.. Hazleton Leb. Europe prooranolol icetal0ehyoe toxicity - preventing,ethanol Ltd.. Harrogate. Engl. ~ ~ . Intp.tcation ascorbate preventlon, antladrener9ie drug Section: CA0040_07 Publ Class: JOUBNAL '- '- eeetaloehvoe Counteractlon . Journwt: Proe. Eur. Soc. toxlcol. Coden:-PESTDS ' Publs CA08907054462N Potentiai hazards of rapid smCking es a te0hnlP_ for the modification of smoking behavior Authpr! --t^tiller, L. Craig, SChlliing, August F., Logan. Daniel L„ Johnson. Robert L. • Location: Oep.Intern. Mad., Univ. Texes Health Sce. Cent., Dallas. Tex. Section: CA004013 Publ Cless) JOURNAL Journol: N. En01, J• .Med.- Coden: NEJMAD Pubit' 77 Series: 297 Issue: It Pages: 590-2 Itlentlfiers: smoking rate blood pressure. darboxyHb ef0aret smoking rate. behavior smokln0 rate health hazard Ca009070544610 . Aryl hydrocarbon hydroxylese Induction In human lun0 tfssue, pulmanary macropnages, and blood-lynphocytes: effeets of eigaret aroMing and-IunO cancer Authprt NcLemore. Theodore L. " T' Location: Houston Grad. Sch', ' ,Btam,d:Set „'Unlv. Texas Health Sci. Cent., Houston. Tex. Section: CA004007 Publ Ciass: DISS Coden: 9AB00A Publ: 77 Pages: 201Pp• ' Citation: Diss. Abstr. Int. 8 1978, 3Uf12, Pt. t), 5910 Q Avail: Uni.. MieroFilas Int.. OrCer No. 7807209 - ~, Iuentifiers: macro0nage lung tobacco smoking neoplasla, lung O cancer CiOaret smokin0, aryl hydrocarbon hydrOxylase lung ~ Cigaret. lymphocyte cigaret lung cancer N (Q CA08907054441A ~ O An Investioation pf the biological activity of tobacco and Cytrel condensate by the mouse epideemal hYperplasia test -Auttgr: Fawelt, J. N.. Ciarh, D. C- ' Lopatlon: Inveresk Res. Int„ Mussslbur9h, Scot. 77 Sgnles: 18 Issuel Ciin. ToxiCol. PaOes: 203-3 ' Identifierst tobacco smoke aryi hydrocarbon hydroxylase, - methylpholanthracene Gryt-hydrocarbon hyaroxylase, lung anyl hydrocarbon hytlroxylase methytcho)antbracene, liver eryl hydrocarbon hydroxylase methylpholanthraCene CA08907054263U Changes In the eomposition of ratlunOS after exposure to eiparet smoke - - -- -- Author: Stewart, P. S. ' ~ Locat/ont-Group Rel.Dev. Cent.•: Bn.=Am,Tobacco Co_,. Ltd.., Southampton. Engl. ' Section:. CA004003 Publ Classs JOUgNAI, Journal; Proc.-Eur. Soc. Toxieol, Codent PESt05 Publs 77 6erles: 18 Issue: Clln. Toxieol, Pages: 210-21 Identifiers: p/0aret smoke lung Compn ~ CA08907054223F Relation between fetal resorption and placental 5-hydroaytryptamine •ntl-5-hydroxylndoie-3-acetlc ac/d concentratlons in tM rat Author: Charnorro, Cerman, Lerdo de TeJatla, AnOel, Carreno. Maria Esthela, Berdela, Blanca M., Karc_hmer, Samuel Location: Esc. Nac. Clenc• Biol „ Inst. -PollteC. NeC.. Me%IcoCity. htex. Sect/on: CA004003 Publ Class: JOUqNAL . Journal; Ginecol. Obstet. Mex. Coeent GOMEAY Pub1f 70 Series: 43 Issur': 257 Pages: 211-17 Lan0ua0e: Spen Identlfiers: nicotine seroaonin fetus resorption. tntlolascgu[e hydroxy nicotine fetus resorption ,
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DIALOG Ff1e47 CA CONDENS/CASIA 77.~78/VOL 89(09)~,"'(Cppr. Am. Chem. Saog,) (Item 8 oF 22) Userl9oe 23au078 ...i Fr l71 Y Cb C110890703BS40P - ' iiSh Condiment ' • Author: OsaJimaa, Nasuharu, 0ltazaMt.-Shlntchl. Ooata,Tarlso LocatlonF Jaoan Section: CA017003 Publ Classt PAT ' Journal: Japad. aokal Codent JR%MAF Publt 780320 Pages: 7 op. Identifiers; fish eondlment, lizard fish flavoring, 9lutamate tish condiment Patent No: 78 79963 Appllo Not 76/102328 Datet 760827 Class: A23L1/72T _ . . . . ,.e'..::' . • , . . CA0890705952BE Studies on mleroorqanlsms In fermentad soybean foode. V. Flavorous swbstances in Miso. 2. Aroma and headspace . votatite components of Mise-made by an aseptic process Author: Honma. N., Ishlhara, K. Location: Niigata Nomcn's Ccll,e Nliqatae Japan Section: CA017004 Pub; Class: JOURNAL Journal: NaFko Npqaku NalshlCoden: HBONDE PMb1i 78 Series: 56 Issue: 3 Pages: 199-209 Lanpuaqe: Japan toentlfiers:-aloehyde miso aroma,-ale mlso aroma, ester miso aroma CA089070595236 .-. •' . Fl,avo,r of cooked rice ' . Author: Alyawa, HirokO ' Location: Ochanomleu Univ., Tokyo, Janan Section: CA017004 Publ Class: JOURNAL ''Journals -Elyo To Shpsuryo Coden: EISDAU Pub1: 77 Series: 30 Issue: B Pages; 421-4 Lan0ua0et Japan Identifiersl rice cooked ooor- - CA00907059482N Consumer evaluation of the flavor OF bacon pured alta and wltnout sadium nitrite Author: Wasserman, q. E., almoto, M. Location: Eastern Re0• Res. Cent., ARS, Phlladelph/a, Pa. Section: CA0I7003 Publ Class: CONF PROC Journel: Proc. Int, Symo. Nltr/teMeat Prod.. 2nd Cooent 38ILA7 Publ: 77 Pages: 73•'4 Meetln0 Date:76 Publisher: Cent. A9rtc, Pyo1, Documentatlon Atldresaf NaOeninqen, Neth Avail: T/nber0en. B. J.: Nrol, 8 Ioent/Flers: bacon nitrite flavor CA00907058466N Studies on tM flpvor of •hatsuobushi'e 1111. e Identification of noneearbonyl neutrals '' AuthortNish/borl,--Noklchl,Kasahara. Kayoko . Locatlon: Notre Dame Seish/n Unlv.. Okayama, Japan Section: C A017003- Publ Class; JOU/(NAL _ Journal: Nippon Su_Isan Gaskai6hl Cooen: NSUGAF Publt 70 - 9er/e_s: 44 ~ I_s_sue_; 4- PaOes: 389-91Lan0ua0et Japan Identifiers: katsuobushi flavor eempn, furfueylate bonito llavor,mathoRybenzeni bonltoflavoro methylphe_nol_ b_ontto_ flavor, dibenzofuran bonltp Ilavor - -- - - -- --- i.. . .. CA0B907059433% . ~ Analysis of 'fYavor tNall ty and resltlpal sOlVent bf aoy proteln products - . Author: Rayner, E, T„ Nadsworth, J: I,,, leqandre, M, O,e ' ~ DYpuy, N, P. -Location: SRRC, ARS. New Orleanse La.- . ,,., Sectlon: CA017001Publ Classt JOUBNAL•. . _ Journal: d. Am. Oil Cham, Soee Codent JAD_CA7 ' Publt 7/ Series: 55 Issue: S PaOes: 454-8- - - Identifiers: odor soybean proteln detn, solvfnt dotn soybean proteln, chromatoq solvent soybean flour . - - :.. ,. .....: 'ii .... . . 'CA08907056424V ' ' Porous polymer ;trappln9 . fpr !GC/MS analysis ofve9etable flavors Authorf 8oyso,.Alayne L.,Moroan, MaxE., L/bbey, Leonard'M, , Locatlonl Dep. Food 501. Technol., Oregon State Un1v... Corvallls, Oreq• ' .. Section; CA017001 Publ Class; CONF PROC " Journals Anal. Foods Beveraqes, (Proc. Symp.) _.Codanl -38_CVA2 Pub_1: 78 Pa_Oes: 57-79 Meetln0 oate:_ 77- Publisher.' Academic - Address:-New York. N.Y .. Avalit Charalambous. GeorOe ' Identifiers: corn aroma sepn detn, odor Corn chromato9 CA0890705B389N - . ' Flavor chemistry of fruits anOveqetabtes~~; ~_Author: Nursten, N. E. Location: Dep. Footl Leather Sci „Unlv. Leeds. Leatls, E_noL, ~ Section: CA017000 Publ Class: COUP PROC . Journal: Agric. Food Chem.: paet. Present. Future. (Pap• Am, Chem. Soc. Centen, Meet.) Codenq 38JFAN Pub13 78 Pages: 333-47 -Meet/np Date: 76 Publisher: Avi Address: Nestport, Conn Avail: Teranlahi, Roy Identifiers: review flavor fruit veOetJbie. a00r fl!ult ve0etabie review , S
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{- i 4J1 r DIALOG Flte4t CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL 89(08). (Cepr. Am.Chsme Sob.) (ttem 8 of 37) Usert908 23au078 ` CA08908070473T . ' A new interface for OC/MS-pouplln0.of- glass paP111ary. Columns Author: Ouerbeck, N, N., Buaker,I„ Leymann, Location: lnst. Chem„ KFA; JuellEh, Juelleh, Oer..~ Seetion: CA080002 Publ Class: JOURNAL -Journsl: ChromatOgraphla Codent CHRGB7 PVb1t 78 Series: it tssue:5 Pages: 295-300 Language: GeP ldentiflers:-glass interface Chromatograph mass spectrometer gas chromatograph Interface mass spectrometYr, steroid gas Chromalog mass spectromeV'y, alkane Oas ohromatog mess spectrometry - CA08908070466T Glass capillary Oas Chremat_ogPGp_hy . , . . Author; Hashlmoto.-Nelji -- -- - LCcation: Kyoto Pharm, Univ.. Kyoto, Japan ; ., Section: CA080000 Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: xagal.u (Kyoto)-Coden: NANYAU ':. Publ: 78 Series:. 33 Issuet I Puges: 14-21 Languag[L.Japan ldentlfiers: review gas 6hromatog caplllaryoolumm CA089080653i1J : ' Determination of i7.bete.-hytlroxy-7.alpha.al7-dlmethyleatr- 4-en-3-one im(bolerone) in Cannetl dog food by hlgh-performance Houid chromato0raphy Author: Nrieminski, Leo F., Cox, Byron L., Dunn, George N„ ill Lutatlonl AOrIC. Div., Upjonn Co., Kalamazoo. Mich. Section: CA064003, CA017A%R Publ Class: JOURNAL Journalo J. Agrlc, Food Chem, Cotlen: JAFCAU PUbii 78 Series:-26 Issue: 4Pagest 891-3 Identiflers: mibolerona tletn feed, estrus Inhibitor datn dog food CADB?08P657?SJ_ ' .-• ' ' . Prepsraiion of new appl/eatton formn of earotenblo dyes 9Y ultramicrpnieation Author: Anon. Location: Engl, Section: CA063008, CA062X%X, CA01T%RX Pubi Classi JGURNAL Journal: Res. Oiscl. CCden: RSp56B Publt 78 $erles: 170. Pages: 51 Language: Ger ldenttfiers: earotenoio dye ultramleronlzation ball mill: Authort Ilefendehl, F. M., Romero 7onseea, L, -Locatlon:Inst. Pharm. B/ol., Univ. Frelburg. G_aP. Seatlonl CA062002 Publ Clsssl JOUqNAL Journal: Lloydia Codens LLOYA2 Pubif.'7B 4-5erlesk1 41 Issue: 3--Pagest 283-5 " ' - ldentif/ers! Elyonurus oitCompn, aeorenone Elyonurus o/l;'L - CAOB9080G5135E Oeterminat/onof essent/al" olls'In vegetableOruOs-usln0Continuous iteam tllat111ation Author: Stucki, K.. Naempf, R. Locat/on: Pharm. Inst., Univ. Bern: Bern, Swlt2, ' . Section: CA062002. CA064E%S Publ Class: JOURNAL_ Journal: Mltt. Geb. Lebansm/ttelunters. Hy0• Cotlen: MGLHAE Publt 77 Series' 68 Issuet 4.--Pagest 530-7 Languagel Ger • Identlflers: plant drug oil tletn, steam tllstn oil plant drug - - , syiene oil tlatn plant drug CA089080651340 Pelarqonlum rGSeum N111o essential oti'from'Rlo BrenoeIb Sul Author: Bnasil a 5/1va, Gilberto Antonio deAssls, Bauer. Lul}z, Saralva de Siqueira. Norma Clorls,- Sant'ana, Belkls Marla.Schmitt Location! Fao, Farm., Unlv. Fep.. Rio Grande do Sul, Port Alegre, Orazil - ' - . Section: CA062002 Publ Classt JOUQNAL '" Journal:. Trib. Farm. COden: TF6RAU Publi 78 -_ Serlest 44 Issue: 1-2 Pagese93-5 Language: Port ' t9entln ers: Pelargpn/um oil compn ,, CA08908065133C Eupatorium laevlgatum Lam, ~. essentialoll and flavonold, Author: Bauer, Lulz Locatlon: Dep. Mater. Prlme_, Univ. Fed. Rio Drande do Sul. Port Alegre. Brazil . Sectlon:CA062002 Pubi Class: JOUBNAL J_o_urnal: Tr1b. Farm. Coden: TF_BRAU Pubit 78_ _ Sertesf 44 - tzsue:1-2 Pages: 83-82 Lan0ua06:-POrt . - _ Ipentlfiera; EVpatorlum O/1 compn CA08908065136F Essential oil of Elyonurus viridulus. It. Comoosltlon of tna oil of ! secontl Chemlcal• Pate -
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: NEVl/S BRIEFS , Tobacco Reporter August 1978, p. 28 GROUND BROKEN FOR NEW R.J.R. : OFFICES . Against a background of 2,000 ' ; :soaringblueandwhiteballoons, R•.l. Reynolds Industries, Inc., . broke ground in Winston-Salem, "' N•C- for its 16'-story, $33 million downtown Plaza Building. RJR Board Chairman Colin Stokes called the proposed new structure "a further sign of our commitment to the city and of' 'our confidence in the future of R.J. Reynolds Industries." • Governor James Hunt; Jr., also on hand for the eeremony,, praised RJR for its continuing growth and progress as demon- strated by the international cor- poration'snew World Headquar- - ters Building in Winston- Salem and construction of Reynold; Plaza. =;a.r. . Work on the office tower and two-story galleria connecting, it to the Reynolds Building is scheduled.to begin thefirstweek . of June. Whencompletedin 1980, the building wiAh old about 2,000 people in addi tion to the 800 peo- ple now working in the Reynolds Building. The 615,000-square-foot Plaza interior will contain corporate administrative and financial . computer operations, as well as some subsidiary administrative services.' The Wall Street Journal August 8, 1978 p."8 DEL MONTE'S BOARD VOICES ITS 'CONCERN' AT REYNOLDS OFFER .: ayLL WALLSTAC6TJORM1nALsfGffB<yURe .. SAN FRANCISCO-Del flfonteCorp. di-~~ rectors issued a terse statement expressing'- ...."serlous mncernl' over last: week's"so- Ncited" merger offer by ft. J: Reynolds In- + -dustries, Ine., and: said theyy had d directed': •. management.and outsidecounsele toinvesti-. . .. gatee the offer.. A company spokesman.n do- z-dinedtoelatiorate. .:. Del• Monte directors emphasized that It they reject Reynolds's offer at the end of the.Investigation,.. theyy will take "all appropriate'- e action to oppose•' anytakeover under the"• . . terms of thatoffer_ - •• --• .- The board alsotermed it "impossible" to~ tneetReynolds'sAug.I5expirationdeadllne. ° for the merger offea . : : I A spokesman for Reynoldssaid: "We be-. ^.Ilevewe.should simplyy await. the results of . , theirboard's.deliberation." - .. , Last week, the diversified tobacco cocem offered topayabout L456million imcash and, : notes to acquire Del Monte, a major packer , offntitsand.vegetables: as well as a.mar-. : keteroffresh..fmits. . _. ; . Under theoffer,. Reynolds wouldpayf39'. ashare for up4o 45?e of Del,Monte's 12'mih . Ilonsharei outstanding, with.the rest to: beexchangpd for equity security in fteynolds.. -. with about the same f38,a sharevalue.. .. The Greensboro Record August 24,. 1978 ; p, B1 PAYS FAIR.SHARE '. B1Ef.L.O, HOT LINE: Is P. Loril• • lard in the city or the county? A friend and li are having an argument - about it and he says the city line goesaround Lort7lard and the comy pany is not subject to city taxes: C•W- - Dear C.W'.i Your friend owes you an apology. P. Lorillard was part of an. annexation that took effect July 1, 1957„ when the area from English Street east to the present city limits became part of Greensboro. The company pays the.same property tax any other Greensboro property own- er must.pay. VOLI 8. No, 11, SEPT, 15, 1978 . r 862 :~ .
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ABSTRACTS ACTA PATHOLOGICA ET A9ICIi0i3IOLOf;ICA SChNDINAVICA Sf.U'IOIV A PATNUt.GSa• Mullilingualiloumal(largelY Eng6sM)-Abstracts~:in English . This~is the latcst.is.sue~of'.this jourual.: ~~ The covar.date doesmot correspond to the:actuali date:of'public_ation. I VOL. 86 NC. 2..MARCH 1978 - The,pRe-to?_tobaccn smokee condenwte onn the grox•th and longevity of hu:nan diploid ~ fibroblasts. J: Litx'in..G. Eme11 anJ.i. Pilari.............................. ..::U5 Na 8083 El_ANCET SATLRDAY29JULYi978 vot..naoa1978 B rnenfe.JC.wurydv.4Ciruen.amd:y. W NJ'M S„twstu 'd Nsmn,.hq. nu.+l'nne,.,o..jofin.'inpNJnx ' • SCANDINAVPAN~. JOURNAL OF Respiratory Diseases Articl'es a ndAbstr•cls in' Engtuh Tlds.is the lalest issue oCtAia~:journal. The cover date does not correspond to the actual date of publication. VOL. 59NO..2 APRIL 1978Suwinen. S., P'.. Vaajalaliti' & P. Paakko: Prevalence, Severity, and Typess of Pulmonary Emphysema in a. Population of! . Deaths inn a Finniih~ Ci.ty. Correlation wiik Age„Sea and'Smoking.......................................... .... 101 - AbstractsihEagtilh and Gynaecalogy VOL. 85 NO. 7 JULY 1978 Effcct,of Snwking d6riiig, Pregnancy'upon the Hannatological Vnlues of Cord Dlood: S. ff :D'.Smt_n. CculJalT. 6;ack, Aurma tl'iliiams aal R. F.lrnnirarc... .. ... 495 British JournaV of Obstetrics Envi:ronmen±al Il;ese arch , Abslractsin Englisli VOL. 16 NO. 1.-3 JiUL'P 1978 1. B. Rctnr. B.. E. Giu..,M. R. Gt'r.xts.I. kt:NUnICs. A.D P. NeMstnt•.mt.Correlation op Respiratory Parametersin Hamsters withthe LungLkposition ofRadiolabelid Cigarette Smoke. . . . . .. .. . 70 '. VOL. 8, i10~. I1, SEPT. 15, 1978 r
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C.n rn a7 ~ OIAlO6 Flla4: CA CONDENS/CASI4 77-78/VOL B9(i0) (Copr. Am. Chem. SoC.) (Item 8 of 26) Usar1906 Ssep78 CA0B90907Z705U •- PreparallOn and ehe_raeteristies of a wheat emoryo Cetl-free eetraet a.tive in the syntnesta of high mollcula9 weight viral polypeptiJes Aulnort ZaOorskl, Wlodztmlert ' Location: Grad. SCn.. UnLJ.Wlseonsin, Mapison. Wis, Section: CA009013, CA011XXX, CA01Q[XX Pool Class; JOURNAL Journal: Anal. -Biochem, Codenc ANBCA2 Publ: 78 Series: 87 Issue: 2 Pages! 316-33 Identitiens:wheat embnyo Inhibitor removal virus peptlde. RNA formation InhlCitor wheat CA0690907346Bt1 Dissociated active subunlts of tobacco phosohodiesterase Autnor: Snlnshl, Hideaki. Rato, Kunlo Lo<atlolt Cent. Res. Inst.. Japan Tobacco and Salt Pub1/o Coro., xaw0a'.•a. Japan Section: CA007003 Publ ClaSs: JOURIIAL Journal: Bioonim. Oiophya. Acta Copant BBACAO Publ: 78 Series; 524 [ssue: 2 PaOesi 357-61 Itlentifier3: phospn6ElaS[erase-LobaCCO subunit structure CA089090733459 D•Ribuljy0-1,S-dipnosphateearDOxylese of NlcOtlana tap_atum L Autnor. Konarnitskli, 1. K.. Kosakovskaya, I. V. L6catitrl: Inst. Bot. im. Knoloono0o, Kiev. USSR ' Section: CA007004 Pool Clasat JOURIIAL Journal: Ukr. Bot. Zh. Coden: UKBZAW . Pub1: 7B Ser/es: 35 Issue: 2 PaOest 154-7 LanOua_qet Ukra/n . ldentlfiers: ributose tliphoSphate Carboxylase tObaCCp CA00909071977X ' Ethylene regulation of tobacee seedlin9 s/ze, tnCWction, and auDsequent OrOwth and development Autnor: NaSperbauer,M. J•. Hamilton. J, L. L~catlo't: ARS. USDA. Lexington. Hy. Sectlon: CA0f15003, CA011XXX Pool Class: JOURNAL florat Journal: nOron. J. Cooon: AGJOAT Puol: 78 Serlest 70 Iss.ie: 3 PaOes: 363-6 Ipentifiers: etnvlane etnepnOn development N1CC_tiana, toGacco etnylene etnephpn development CA00909071078N . Secrotary cell hyperplasla anomodlfleation pf lntraCeltutar Olycoprbteln /n rat alrways inCuce_C_ by Short periods of exposure to tobacco amoke, and t11e effect of tna antiinflanmatory a0ent pnenylmetnyloxaolatole Author: Jones. Rosemary,aeid,Yynne . Locat/ont Cardlothorac. Inst.. Brampton Lb_ sp.. Lond__oh, E_npl._ Section: CA004013 Publ Classt JOUqNAL . Journal: lae. Invest. CoGen: LAINAW Publt 7! Series: 39 Issue: I PaOest 4t-9 Identifiers: tobacco smoke respiratory tract, secretory cell ' hyperplaale airway tobaoCO smoke, glycoprotein airway Secretory Cell Smokin4 CA00909071850q Toxic and transforming effeets of benzo(s)pyrene Cn mammallan ce_Ils. Difficultles arisin0 during research for an equivalance with the effects of radiatlon Author: Nubert-Habart. M.. Papadapoulo, D.. Levy. S.. Ma_rliovits, P. Locatlunt Seet. B1ol., Fond. Curle-Inst. Radium. Parls. Fr. . SeOt/ont CA004007 Pub1 Class: TECd REP Journalp Conn•. Eur. Communitles, (Rep.) EUR Cooen: CECED9 Publ: 77 Issue: EUR 5725, Rayiot. Prot:. Pagest 933-49 MCetin9 Date: 76 Identifiers: carcinogen Call transformation radiation equ1Y OA08909071047T . Isolatlon. truptures and blolo9lcal.: aptVvltles of Colletob•ic_hlne. phytoloxlC. substances from ColletotrlChUT nicotianne_ Author:. Gphbara, Nasatoshl. Nosu9a.Yoshiaki. yamasakl. 5_UnaO Kimuryt, Yasuo. Su2uk1, AKinori. Tamura. Saburo -locatiun:. Oa•p. AOnle, Cnem„ Univ. Tokyo. Tokyo. Japan Sectlont CA004005, CA027XXX Pool Class: JOURNAL Journal: Agric. 8101, Chem. CoCen: ABCHA6 poofe 7! Serles: 42 Issuet 5 PaOes: 1037-43 Identifiers: Colletotrlohin isolation eharaCtertzatlon CA09909071797P . Toxicity and selectlvtty Of some IqseCt/Cldef to Cnrysopa Carnea, A prc,/ator of the tobacco budrbrm Author: Plapp, F. W.. Jr,~ Bull,-0. L. . Location; oep, Entomol„ Texas A and M,Un/v....- Colte9e Statlon, Tcx. Seotion: CA004004, CAOOSXXX Publ Class: JOURNAL .. Journal: -Envlron, Entomol. cooenl EyETBX PUelt 7e Series: 7 issue: 3 Papes: 431-4 . Identifiers: inseptlCloe toxicity Chrysopa, p_yrethrolQ toxicity ChrySopa. Carbamate inSeCtlCide toxlplty Chrysopae pnosphorothlonate Insecticide toxicity Cnrysopa, fOrmamiolne losectiCide toxicity Cnrysopa. HellothlS toxicity Inseetiilde
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;' NEUVS 'BRIEF .•The Greensboro Record August 2;4,`'197'8 .`,'p. B2 STUDY -.CANCER ISN'T CAUSED ti'r"; ,,B7d SWEETENERS CHICAGG: (AP) - The moderate amounts of arbfi 'dalsweeteners used by human beings do not cause can aer, a major study in Baltimore has concluded, --TheBaltimore study involved 519 patients with bladder cancer at 19'Baltimore-area hospitals.between 1972 and 1975. It also involved 519'other people, called ';contmis, who were matched for age, sex and' other tac -"tots'.but'.did not have bladdercancer. Sincethe government: banned cyclamates In 1970 ~~aand restrictedl the use ef saccharin in 1972,. there has been much controversy,, especiallg among those who ~ use these sweeteners in diabetic diets or to control _ :. obesity. -The.govennnent actions came after studies of laoo- ~ '."ratory rats showed thaYdosages of the sweeteners - ", farr in excess of those used by human beings:- caused - • bladder cancer; - But't the Baltimore study, conducted1by Dr. Irvir-g. - ': Kessler, noww of the University of. hlary•land school of medicine, and'.J- Page Clark at Johns Hopkins Univers4 .: :':,ty, showed that therelevance of' animal tests tothe. ~~.problemof cancer development in humansisunclear.. "Speciesand strains within species differ widely in... '' their responsee to the same environmental agents,"ICes- ---slerand.Clarksaid. _ - :• • They conclude in a'report published in the July.28' issue of',the Journal of the American hledical!Associa- ' ~ tion that.theingesGon of, artificialsweeteners;.at.least at moderate dietary levels, is not associated with an.in- .'creasedriskofbladdercancer.. In their study, ftesslerr and Clark questioned cancer patientsand the matched controls about their consump- ,.tion: of artificial sweeteners imcarbonated and non,ear- .bonated soft drinks,:Iced'tea.andother liquids, and in- salad dressingB,, candy, ice cream, pastry, gelatin,.chew- Ing,gum and other foods '-' Both patients and. controls were questioned also about smoking habits„occupational history; diabetes ;.and'iother factors that mfgh6kavebeen invohred: -•. ~' ~=Those who conducted' the interviews did'not know which subjectswure cancer patienta and which were ~`not. They found no sfgnfficant difference iin the '-"amounts of food or beverages. containing cydamate or. , saccharin~ consumed by the patientsor the. eontrols.. - VOL. . fJa, 11, SEPT. 15, 1978 The Wall Street~Journal~ ~ August 8, 1978 `'p. 8 `LOEWS CORP. NET'FELL SHARPLY IN ,, 2ND QUARTER :~'SyaweLLSTnesTJooaYALata/1Repor/tr `~ 14E W YOHK-Het income of Loews Corp. ~v -,dropped sharply in' the second quarter, re- !, ilecting'the profitable sale in the yeu-ear- tierquarter of theconcern'sforeigo clgaret , ..ar .. ' z` r~Loews second quarter eatningsdropped to $15.1 million, or 43.89a share, from f70.5 . tnillion,.or SSd4 a share, in the.19? quarter. .`. lncluded.In the:19781E igures are capital gains of $12.1 million; compared with $7,62 million In the year-earlier quarter. The 1977 second a`. quarter figures include an after-tac gain ot' :~.$I4:1: million on the sale of the.foreign:ciga- - Second' period' protitfrom eontinuing -operatlons rose to532:9 million from $17.8 "~ million a year earlier. For the half, opersr'- Ing, profitwas $co:5 miliionij up from *,1°-.l million Ihn theyeanearlier haltL Loews said its~equityln the earnings of' ~ CNA. Ffnancial Corp., an'. insnrance holding`.eompany ShaCs 51;r-owncd by ]dews:.con- .: trtbuled about 5517. . of operating.profit in the1978 second quarter and 56?, In the first: :"half, compared with 427e In theyear-ago~ first quarterr and 39'e in the first six manths Greensboro Daily News August 25, 1978I `p. B7 ACQUIRING SERVOMAT'ION' - Forsome.reasoa, the number of mergers and ac- `n quisition announcements seem to ~be slowingg down latc ly. -` However, one iva+announced Thunday that has more than passing interest bere, 'r; The Liggett Group of Durham announced It will ac .:' quire Servomation. Corp:, a major food and soft-drink .'vending.company;.for $186 mfllion in cash.and stocl:. One of Servomation Corp.'s predecessoreompaaies ~ was:started here in Greensboro. . .s.°. r . The Liggett Group is in the cigarette businessprin- . cipally but has diversified into:a numher.ofotherbusi'- r ~ nesses including dog food and beverage fields. i 1~; 8G3
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DIALOG F11s4t CA COND6NS/CASIA 77-78/y0L 89(OS) (CopP.Ae, Chem. Soe.) (Item t6 of . 37) User1908•23au07B CA0890806S1328 Chromatagraphio snalysis of essfntist'Fall from leaves of Cunila angusttfoila Benth Labiatse - - - Author: Norelra, Eduardo Au9usto, KrambeCNi RSnI •. Location:-pep. Tecnol. Farm., univ. Fed, Parana, ' Curtibs, Bra=Gl • Section: CA062002 Publ Classt JOURNAL_ Journal: Trib• Farm. Codon: TFBRAU Pubtt 78 44 Issue: 1-_2 Pagee: 50-9 Langua0et Port tdentifiers; Cuntla leaf oil eompn - .. 4'~~ rr'In CA08908085131t Vetiygr oils Vf dlffarent,0eo9raphiCal origins Author: LemberVs Seymour, Hale, Robert B. Locat4ont Biddle Sa.yer, Inc., Ke_yporl, N. J. Seption: CA062002 Publ Class: JOURNAL Journar: Perfum. Flavor.' Codenl PEFLDI Series: 3 1}sue: tPages: 23-7 Ident//lers:vetlver-oll'OeoOraphlC origin Seriest PubtJ 7B CA05908064411E Fluorocarbons tthlorofluorocarbons) /n food,' food addltlve. Qrug, anlnal food, animal dru0, cosmetlC, and medlcal device procwcts as propellants In-salf-pressuri=ed containers. Fully halogenated chlorofluoroalkanes. Fully halogenated ChtorofluCroaikanes as propellants In ae('oaol consumer prouucts Author: Anon, Location: Food Drug Ada., Rockv/lle, Md. -' ' Section: CA059005, CA017XXX.- CA062XXX, CA063XXX Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: Fed. Regist. Codent FEREAC Pubil 780317 Series: 43 Issue: 53 PaOe_s: 113_01-26 Identifiers: halocarbon spray food drug Cosmetle CA00907059448F Volatile constituents of Cinnamon (Cinnamomum ieYtani£um) Oils Authort Senanayape, UPall M., Lee, Terence H„ Kills, Ronald 8. H. Location: Seh. Food Teehnol., - Univ. Nsw South wales. Kensington, Aust. Section: CA017002, CAO62XXX Publ Classt JOURNAL Journal: J. Agric. Food Chem. Codent JAFCAU Publl 76 Seriesl26 Issue: 4Pagest 822r4 ICentifiers: cinnamon oil compn, leaf oil oinnamon. bark O11 alnnamon - M . CA089070584422 ' - . Extraction. 'otean-up and est/matlon' as 'methyl ethar Of 3-hydroxvi-l-nitrosopyrrVlldlne. a non-yolatite nltrosamine /n . CCokedbacon at mass fractions of .mu.g/kg Author: Sen. N. P., Coffln, 0. E., Seaman, i„ Donaldson.' B.' , MilessN, F.: - - - ' Locat/nn: Health Prot. Branch, Food Res. Lab„ Ottawa. Ont. -. SectlontCA0t7001 Publ Class: CONF PROC .~ - ` Journal: Pruc. tnt. Symp. Nitrite Meat Prod.. 2nd Codsn= ~38_1LA2 Pub_1: 77 Pagesi 179-t15 Meeting Data: 76 Publisher: Cent, Agric. Publ, Documentation Addrassi Wageningen. Natn -AvailiTinherpe_n, B. J.i Itrut, 8Idontiflers: hydroeynltrosopYrrolldlne 'detnbaeon,- Oes Chromato0 nitrosamine CA08907058441V ' - - Specific detection systems for the chro_ma_t_o0repb}e analysls of nltrosaminas - - - Author: Green, C., Hansen, T. J., Iwaokas W. T.. tannenbems, 5. R. -Locationl Oep. Nute. Food SC1., Massachusetts Inst. Tithnot. . Cambridge. Mass. Sectlon: CA077001, CA004XAX Pub1 Class: CDNP PROC_ ' Journal: Proc. Int. Symp, Nitrite Meat Prod., 2nd Codent 381LA2 Pub_14 77 PaOel: 145-53 MeetinD bate: 78 Publisher: Cent. Agric. Publ. Documentation . AdOreesF Nageningen, Neth , Avail:tinberoeA, B. J.; Krol, B '. - Identlfiers: - nltrosamine chromatoD deteetor, -' bacon nitrosamine acid extn CA089070584390 The determination of residues sf Cht,orinated hydroCarbons In dried sugar beet pulp and molasses - ' Author: Koster, P, B. ' Neth.-~ '' Location: Inst. Ration. $uikerpnod„ Bergen. 'Section: CA017001, CAOOSXXX, CA044XXX - Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: Sucr. Belge Sugar Ind, Abstr, Co_oenl SBSIAF Publt 78 Serles: 97Issue: 3 PaOea: 91-5 Identifiers: Chlorinated Inseet/eide chromato0, Insactlclde detn, molasses Inseotiotoe petn sugar beat d
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Print B/7/1.3T , .. , . ' . . . ~. . .. .. . . ' Bes - DIALOG Ftte4: CA CONOENS/CASIA T7-TB/VOL 89(09) ':(COpr: Am.Cham. Sop.) (Itfm I of 37)User19p623aug78 ' ~ . .. Journal: Zh. Anal. Kh1m. Cooen: 2AKNAB PUbtI - TB Series: 33 . Issue: 3 --Pabest 574-9 Lanpua0et Russ ' CA0090B070537P Identlflerst alkylbfneene ges chrOmatog retention lndee. Determination of arene osfdes by a gas ehrgmatography-mass bentene aikyl chromatog- retention Index, repcoduclblllty .• " spectrometry Systemt thermal reactions of 9,10-eppxy-9,10-dt- . alkylbeniene chroma_to_g retention Index ,.. hydrophenanthrene - - - -!S , . _ - . - Author: Patel. Jayantl N.. Griffin. Gary W.. Laseter, John ,r.,:. •.. :.! f... :f.r Locatlont Cent. Blo-Ovg. Stud.. Univ. New Orleans, Lakefront CA0890B070477% , ,. , • . La. Increase In the t/f[CIlnCy of6lParatlnb aNItlcOmpoMn3 '. Section; CA080000 Publ Classt JOURNAL mixtures during operation of a-Caplllary column Gn gommerclal Journal: Anal. Lett. CoOen: ANALBP PUbI[ 78,:: Serlest • chromatographs . BtlIsfue: 3 Pagest 239e47 . IJRntifier5: epoxydlnydrophenanthrene.detn Chrbmatog mes .; spectrnmetry, ga! Chromato0 lpo+ydinyUi•OphfnantMenO, mess •pentrnr.vtry eaGoxydihyorophenantnrena uot9, phenanthrol tletn cnrumatog mass Spectremetry, phenanthi•ene detn cliromat3g mass spn;trometr;, arene oxide detn gas ohronato0, oxide are_na oetn mass 5pectrpaetry CA08908070518M " Pacheucoiu+rr. gas chromato0raphy of trans fatty'aclCs of various nu,:,ber pf carbon atoms. Significant column temptrature effect on the retention data Author: ltabashi, Yutaka. taNagi, Toru Lotatiot_: Fac. Fish.. Hokkaido Univ., HaltodGte,Japan , Section: CA080006, CA017AAA Pubs-C_lass: JOURNAL Jo_urnal: Yuka9ahu Coden: YKGKAM Publ: 78 Serlest 27 Issue: 4 Pages: 219-25 Lnnguage: Japan teentlfiers: fatty acid gas Chromatpg,tallcr analysls fatty acid• margarine analysis fatty acid, fish oil analysis fatty acid. methyt linoleate gas chromatog, arach/0ate methyl gaa Chromatog, linoienate methyl gas cbromalp0 CA00908070997Y • Anplipation of the headspace analysis to systems with unknown partitlon Coeffioients Author: loffe.8. V.. Vitenberg, A. fl. Location: Chem. Dep•, Leningrad State Univ„ Leningrad, USSR Section: CAOBQOOb--- Publ Class! JOURNALJournal: Chromatographia Cooen: CNRGB7 . Publt 78 SerieS: 11 Issue: 5 Pages: 282-6 Ieentlfiers: gas ehromato0 head,pace analys/s, Partition COeff headspace analyai9 chromatog CA06908070482V - . Reproouc/billty of- retention indexesfor a/kylbeneenes In measurement by precision capillary gas chromatography Author: Sojak-, L.. Janak, J. Location: Chem. Inst., Komensky Univ.. Bratislava, CltfCh., SecLlon: CA080004Publ (,lasst JOURNAL . . SosZtooo Author: Gitis, 1i. M„ Ventsal, A, E. Location: Inst. OrO.Khim.tm. Zelinskb9o, Moseo.. USSR Section: CA080004 - Publ-Class:-JOURNAL Journal: 2avod. Leb.Coden: 2VDLAU Publ: 77 Series 43 Issue: 11 Pages: 1326°B Languaget Russ'-- : Ipentiflers: gaa ehrpmatog fffibiency. InJeC_tion port connection capillary colu_mn, detector conneCtloii ClptllaryV column, capillary cplumn connactlon gas chromato0reph - . .r.'• -.`~•s:,a . . . ... . .. . . .•. , t . : ~. CA0B908070476N . :. . : - . . '.. j'..1' Experiences /n an Industrlnl fstioestery~ittn •Olass'eaplllary'columne Author: Eatel, pletriCh, Ooering, Claus Eberhardt. Pehlf. . Werner ----- --- - ' Locatlon: vE6 Leuna-Werke 'Walter UIbrlOht", Leuna, E. 6er. ' Section: CAOB0004 Publ CIaSs: JDUqNAL - Journyl: Chem. Tech. (Leipzig) Coden: CHTEAA " Pub1: 77 ' Series: 29 Issue: 10 PaOes: 562-4 LanOuaget GerItlentlflerst eaplllary eolumn gas ehromato0. hydrocarbon Nas' chromatog - . ' CA08908070475V - -' . Repropuelole glass capillary eoltAans foP'the'ana(qstsCF' nitrb0en-containing organic bases Author: Go:oVnya, R. V„ Mistryukov, E. A„ Samusenko. A. L. Locatloni_lnst. Elementoorg. Soedin•, Mos_cow, USSR Section: CAOB0004 Publ Class: JOtlqNAL Journatp I+y, Akap. Nauk SSSR. Ser. Knim. Codent IASKAB Publt-77 Issust 7 Pages: 1632-6 r Lan0ua0et Russ Idsnt/fiers: caplllary column gas enromate0, heteroeyCllC nitrogen base gas Chraeatc0. al/ph ehine gas chromatpg .
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. ~ ABSTRACTS Cosmetics and Toiletries.', August 1978 v. 93, no. 8, p. 43 r- ... W SEMINAR . ,:SCC ANNUAL SCIENTIFIC -The Socict,tt of Co.smetta Clietuists lteltCitsAnnual Si'ierdifid Seminar on. Afai/17 ond18 at the Chicago ,llrtrrit,tt Ilatel'inClticago; lltirtois.,Tlie theme of the scmi- nar'was "Surfactant' Science." The four session.s werc ott the ftature impact of ntutagenicitlft•arcinogenicitl,t evaluation on'n cosutetics,, surfactant i'hteract'ilsnswitTi biological substrates, )?hr/sico-chcnticaC prol,erties of sarfactmtts, and sur- factant: apptic•atiott.s. The. PFogram G1tairuurn was Graham . Barker; AIA, 6tfilco Chemical Corp. ;, .. . .. .. ., ! ~ ! : American Review of Respiratory ''Disease " " `'' , rt : r1 August 1978 v. 118, no.~2, p: 229 `` THEOPHYLLINE DISPOSITIONiIN "_ ACUTELY ILL HOSPITALIZED PATIENTS _ Powell, J. Robert et al Thcophylline disposition(clkamnce,. volume of distribution,and' half-life) was measured in. 31 normal volunteers and 26 acutely ill'..paticnts with airwayobstruction within 24 hours ofhospitalf admission and,agaiitwhen intravenous aminophylline.was discontinued 2'to 10 days later: Sexi age;. sam„the diagstosisof asthma„and'the diagnosis of2hronio bronchitis were not significantly cor-selated with clearance. Clearance was significantly increased in smokers and significtntlyy decreased.. In patients with congestiveheartfailuree pneumonia„and'sevete bronchial obstruction. The columee of distribution was not correlfftcd'witk these variables. Within 24 '. hours of admilsion„the meann clearance in our patientswitliout congestive heart failure or pncumonia xas 445 mt per hour per kg of body u^eight.40'pcn. cent lkss than the: value onn whikhlfie widely used 0.9 mg per kgper, hour domge ie.based. The unexplained interindividual vaaiability of.cleamncrwaa signifieantly higher among patientsthamconttol subjecaa,.but intmindividual variabiliRy in clearance was noo different In these 2 groups after correction for the elfecu of smoking,. congpstivee heart failure, and so~o om Large varubility in.ckamnce among patients makes the plasma theophylline<oncentmtion result- Ing ftom.any dosage rel4tiirolyy uncertain. Based on the resulu of this study, recommendations aree made concerning thcophyiline dosage mmputation..and.thea4nictl..circumstances calling for de- tesminationofplasma theophyllinc.concentrationsc n cnlVfsOF' 1 - A ~ -. Abslsacls iit 1ingBsh 1+zI11:::ZAL% Si i :Y VOL. 33 NO. 3 AtAY.-JUN,. 1978 135 ln ~'%'ilro ,Toxicity~ af Tobaeto~~ SMOke' Sotu Oons 1o Rabbit,AlveelSr Alactophagcs R~.S. Sluars. C.~. D..At. T..T., /9t.D.;~W, 1A:.lfiga+ns, A..l. S.: T.,.P.. IY. Bro,cn~. VcrLt 8, tJo, li, SEPT. 15. 1978 _; I- a 907
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~ OIALOG File4: CA CGNDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOl'B9(10) '(COPr. Am,Chem. SOe.) (Item:' 8 of 29) User190B Bsep7B . CA08910077282P - ' ' ` ' ' Analy9is, of synthetic aviation turbine olls by gas Cnromalograpny-mass speCtrbmetny. Part 1. Pentaerythritol ester OiIS Autnorl Zeman• A1fre0, Bartl, Peter. SChsaff, Albert, Cnrist• Vo1Mer LoCatto'1? Fachber, LVft- Raumfahrttech. WE Chem.. Hochach.. Bunaes-.en. Muenchen, Neuoiber0• Ger. Section; CAOS10O7, CA080XXX Publ Classt JOURNAL J_uurnal: Fresenius' 2. Anal. Chem. Cddent ZACFAU Publi 78 - Series: 290 Issue:l PaOes: 2t-8 Lan0ua0e: Ger Identlficrs= gas qhromattfe pentaerythrltol. ester, mass splctroscopy pentaerytnritbl e6ter. pentaerythritol aSter luoriqant analysis CA089100756098 Study of the mechanism Of pplysuifbne deCompositlpn by pyrplysls)qas,tltrqmatography and pyrolysis/Oas ChrematOOraphy- /mass spectrometry Autnor; Gritter, R, J.. Seeger. M., Glpstetn, E. Lbcation: Res. Lab., 18M, San Jose• Calif. Section: CA035006 Fubl Class: JOURNAL Journal: J, Polym. Sci., Polym. Chem. Ed. Codeni JPLCAT Puol: 76 Series: 16 Issuet 2Pagesl 353-60 . Idantlfiers:. polysulfono pyrolysis mechanism CA08909074439J Gas Cnrpmatograohy In Food Analysis Autnor: Di_Cxes. G. J... Nicholas,-P. V.' LoCation: En01. Seetione CA017001 Punl Class: BOON CoCen: BOOKA7 Pub1: 76 PaOes: 393 pp. Publisnerrl tButte[worths Address: London, En01.) PriCe: .pno.16 ' Identifiers: book gas enromato0 food . , CA00909074315R ' Several peculiarities In Taflltlan vanilla estraets Author: Lnuguenot, J. C. LoCat.on: Lab. Biocnlm. Appl. Nute. Ailment„ UnIV. B/jOn, 01]on Fr. Section: CAO17O02 Pubi Classt JOURNAL Journal: Ann. Falstf. Expert. Cnlm. Codent AFECAT Puo1: 78• Series: 71 Issue: - 763 Pagest 115-19 Len p e• ' Fr Ou 0 CA089090743140 Several peculiarities in Tahitian vanilla entraets '. Author: TabaCehl, R., Nlcoliier, 0., 6arnero, J. Locationt Inst• Cn_tm.• Neu_chatll, S,/iti. p CA017002 Publ Class: JOURNAL 5ecti on _ Journal: Ann. Fa_1slf, E.pert. Cnim.Codeni AFECAT Publ: 78 Serlest 71 Issuet , 763 Pages; 109-14 Language+ Fr loentlfierst vanilla Carbonyl gas Chraeat00. ale van1114 enromatog '•CA08909074290P Application of pas-phase chromatography On capillary glass 'Column to tf1C analysis of toCOpherols - - Author: Mm•Oret. F., Laurent. A.. M. 'Locatlonc Inst• Corpa Gras. Paris, Fr. '.- •' .. ' SeCtion:. CA017001 Publ Cta6sF JOURNAL ' ' Journalt Rev• Fr, Cqrpe Gras Coden: RFCGAE Publl 78 Seeles: 25 Issue: S Pa9es: 245-.5O Lan0ua0e: Fr Identifiers: tocopherol detn oil, frying oil toeppherot. gas tnromatog tocotrienol CA08909074200N ' ' Detection and quantlf/eatlon. of whey InOradlents In milk Chocolato uafng 50S-gel, electroGhoresia and hi0h-pressure Ilquid cnrom.rto0rapny ' RuthoVi Hau.uatl-Garahanl. Poury FateTah Location: Pennsylvanfa State-Univ., University Park. Pa. 7001 Publ Class: 0155 A0 ` 1 SeetiOn: C Coden: OAUUUA Publ: 77 PaOes: 114 pp. rp. Citation: Diss. Abstr. Int. B 1978, 38(14• Pt. 1), 5828-9 Avail: Univ. Microfllma Int_., Droer No, 7808370 v Ioentlfiorst whey ttetn milk chocolate m , < ITI ' CA009090742060 Analysis ql pestleide rHidues.ln Foods. XXVI. Analytical ~' method fur organochlerine insecticides in parliC, onien, and ~ Welsh onion - ' Authora Na4anlshi, Tsa, Sasakl, Xumiko, Tekeda, M/tsuharu, Z Uchiyama. Milsuru ` Location; Ndtl, In1t. Hv0• SC1.. Tokyo. JGPan ~`"'•i Section: CA017001. CAOOSXXX Publ Classt JOURNAL __ Journal: Eisei Shihensno HohOku Copen: ESKHAS Publt 77 Ser/os: 95, Pages: 44-7 LanqusoeF Japan Ipent/flers: chlorinated insecticide tletn A11/Ym, onion lnsaotlcioe detn, parlle' Insecticiqa detn• chromatoG Insecticide detn, gas chromatog insecticide doth Ipentifie.•s: vanilla earbonyl Oas Chromatpo, ale vanllla, ._ carbony9rate van111A . 609zToo0 .
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~ABSTRACTS Chemical Senses and Flavour July 1978 ii.' v. 3, no. 2r P- 191 _ COMPARISON OF ODORS DIRECTLY ;AND THROUGH'PROFILING ...; Dravnieks, A. et al ..., - -~ Abstract: Odor qualities of 10 odorants were.compared by50 panelists of dcooperating laboratories of the ASTh1E-18 Sensory Evaluation Committee..The odorants.were: acetophenone, anethole, I-butanol, :: "cuvone, p-cresylmethylcther, cyclohexanol,.t-heptanol,.1-hexanol, phenytethanoll and pyridine. In.one . T.method, dissimilaritywaslseored directly Oaa7-poinl sealetlesults from different IaboratoriesYorrelated ,; at p f 0.001, and identical odors yielded scores well-discriminable from those for non-identical,odors. In ~" another method„ odors were compared indirectly,:bycomparingrheirndited.multidimensional profiles obtainedlusing.Harper'sxaleexpandedtod26desaiptors;mcanprofilesfromdifferent.laboratoriescor- -related at p<0-05 in97' pereentt of cases.. To eliminate semantic effects, a. Chi.Squared statisticc was : applied to the individualized descriptor usage counts, providing a dissimilarity measure, Dtiii = In -/(eoefficient of association)p,; its value fromdifferent, laboratories correlated at p<0:OD1. However, aa distinct discrimination of identipl odon.was possible only after adding some descriptors.specific toalcoholic odors: Dclt and dissimilarity scores related: curvilinearly, but a linearity (r=Os88) resulted,for . Dc.tvs( 6COfe).Thus,.DentderivatilefeomsufficientlyarticulatemuitidimnsionalproClesadequate- 8'scorc " . . . by substitutes for the direct dissimilarity seores; in addition, profiles indicate the nature of the dissimilari- ty. Fortran progmmsfor the profile analyses are given. - Journal of Chromatography Auqust 1, 1978' v. 155, no. 1, p. 35 SENSITIVE ELECTROCHEMICAL DETECTOR FOR GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY Blurton, Keith F. Stetter, Joseph R, A sensitive dectrochemical detector is described which uses a PTFE-bondedd diffusion electrode to overcome the major limitations of other electroehemical detectors.. This technique was shown to have the maximum sensitivity forFT=S'. (loweo detectable limit of7• 10'1zg) where.eightlelectrons per equivalent are transferred,and. lower sensitivities for NO; CO, SO= and' NOz. Itt is rugged, easy to operate, and, can be used wit& a wide range of carrier gases. its use for the detectfion of othcr electro- chemically active gases is discussed. Chemical Senses and Flavour July 1978 v. 1, no. 2, p. 227 A CRITICAL ANALYSIS OF THE,ODOUR UNIT NUMBER AND ITS USE Frijters, J. E. R. Abstract. The"bdour unit number"'used' in applied Oavour research and'd known by several ditferentt names, is.neitlier a.unit of absolute physical concentralion~of'an odbrant,.nor is it a psychophysical measure for perceived odour intensity. The usee of this concept has been shown to test upon implicit. assumptions which are contradictory in sonse respectsto present'psychophysicaCknowledge.A special -eonsequence for the mixture,thresholdvalue of the defihed relationship.betwxen odour unit numbers of' eompou:nts and that. number of the mixtnre from which they'arc parts was shortly d'ucussed..Finally, a few wordsw•ere devoted toalpsychophysical approach in the study of interaction phenomena in odorant. mtttures. VOLr 8, WOr 11. SEPT. 1!5~ 1978 .
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ABSTRACTS Journal of Chromatography- .August 1, 197$ -- . : v.. 155, no. 1, p. 191 ..GAS-LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS OF 2,4-DINLTROPHENYLHYDRAZONES OF MONOCARBONYL COMPOUNDS'.IN CARROTS USING'GLASS CAPILLARY COLUMNS' Linko, R. R. et al "" Carbonyl compounds are known to be important constituents of the aromas of many'raw and processed foods. These,compounds are usually isolated from a very eofnplicated:mixture of food volatileeonstituents as their 2,4-dinitrophenylhydrazones (2,4-DNPH"s). The derivatives are analytically separated and determined by column, paper or thin-layer chromatography (TLC)''`, and more recently by conventional gas-liqpid chromatography (GLC) on packed columnsr'6. However, although GLC is sensitive enough, it' does' not alone resolve, all the numerous carbonyl compounds found in many foodstulfs in varying relative concentrations. Combined TLC-GLC has therePore been usedlby many investigators foranalysing the carbonyl compounds as their 2,4-DNPH's in di$erent materials, e.g. by Shibasaki and Iwabucfii' in "miso" aroma,. Shimizu er aL" in roasted! stareh„ Kallio and Linko" in Arctic bramble, Pyysalo10 and Hiirsalmi et a!.° in hybrids between raspberry and Arctic bramble and by Linko et a!.°' in carrot. The presenr report' deals with the analysis of carbonyt compounds as their 2,4-DNPH's using the glass-capillary GLC technique, and the adaptation of it to the . analysis of the volatile constituents. of carrots. American Review of Respiratory Disease August 1978 v. 118, no. 2, p. 347 CYTOTOXIC EFFECTS OF' NICKEL ON CILIATED EPITHELIUM - .. Adalis, Dorothy et al . Studies were <onductedso, measure the eRecrofgmded concentrations of nickel on ciliary activity Enan in vifromodel system using isofated.hamster tracheal rings, and to compare the invitro find. Ings with in vivn expontres usiisgan organ eulture, system. Dose•response ezperimentrs were con- ductcd for vari:ousNi concentrations and for various lengths of exposure. Im the in vitro modeL. siguificant decreasesin ciliaryactivicy oa.urred.arconcentrations as low as 0.011 tmlf nickel. (0.65µg of nickel per ml). A dose•response rclationshipp tktwcon the <oncentratioa of nickel and ciliaryaelion was demonstmtedl A range ofeffccts from a uguificant decrease of 266 beatrpers min (0.65pg of nickel per ml)) to complete ciliostasis (65 pg of nickel per ml) was observed after 24 ' hours of' exposure. Validation of the in vitroresultsoccurred when hamsten were exposed to, a nickcll ehloride aerosol a[t•oncentrations of'U00 m.275 pg oFnickcl per ms..Immediately after the cessatioa of a 2-hour in vivoexposure, a.d2crease in ciliary activity of 60 and 140 beats per min was.obserreds for..animals exposed to 100 and1275 pg of.nick'el per ma; respectirely..The length of time requiredd for recovery from tlse invivo eaposuree tu nickel accosol was determined!. Histologic exuminatioa of the cpitheliatcells alm.shou•ed dose-relascd dfects:It is apparesut that nickel,.eisher administered to the wholee animal or to the trachealepithclium: directly. can siguifioantlyy decrease the ciliaryheatiug.ftequens.y and iisterfere with the normal fmutioningg of respiratory. defense mechanisssu; thereby increasing the riskk of the host to.respintory, infcctions. VOL, 8, No. 1L-. $EPTt 15, 1978 0
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C O r . Prlnt 8/2/1-50 . . . '. -: •.'.•'u:in:.,:'- DIALOG FIle4: CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL 1T0(00)°; CA0e90B8845_01J o -. (Cape, Ae. Cttenl, Soe.), (ltem`. Removal of carbon monoxide and Carbon dioxide /ralll tCba00o ambke Authpr: SutuNl. Rensaku Locatloe: Janan . ~ . Section: CA059002 Publ Class: PAT. , . - ' Journal: Japan. Kokal Cooent JNXRAP Pub/1 780411 Pa9es: 2 up. ~Identiflers: mordenlta tobacco amoke _purlin,~carbon aqnoxide adsorption mordenlte- Patent-No:7B 39?6B Applio Noc 76/13845 Date1 760922 Class: A2n015/027 Assionee: Snin-Tohoku KaOaku NoOyoCo., Ltd. CAO9908061301N . Paper cvntaininD adsorbents . Locptlon: S.itz.. Sectlon:CA043007 Publ Clssst'PAT - ' Journal: Japan._ Nokal Coden: JNXIrAF Publt 780101 Pages! 3 op. Identlfiers: aeplOlite adsorbent filter paper, doffeefilter paper. ci0aret filter paper - - Patent ao: 78 06611 Appiic Not 87/51424 Datet 760708 'Class: 021N5/22 . AssiOnee:Potystrep A.-G. . . ,.. CA08907059994T . ' Synthesis and mass soectronetry of apme structura(fy related nicolinoios Author: Glenn, David F., Edwards, Nllllan B.. III Location: Re1. Cent.. Philip Morrls, 1nC., RlChmond, Va. . Section: CA031005, CA022XXX Publ Classt JOURNAL . Jou"nal: J.. OrO. Che,e. CeOent JOCEAN Publt 78Series: 43 Issue: 14 PaOest 2860-70 Identifiers: nicotlnplde mass speptra,.., . nprniCotlne mass spectra,pyrid/ne pyrrolldlnyl mess spectrA CA_089070S9100Y Nilroeen release Charaeterist:c3 0l isobutylidene diurea and Its effe-'tiveness as a eource of nitrogen for ftue-cured tobacco ~ - Author: tliner. G. S., Lilly, J. P., Terry. 0. L. Locatlon: Co11. AOrle.. Univ. NOntueky, LexlnOton, Ky. Section: CA019004 Pubi Class: JOURNAL JOurnal: Agron. J. Coden: A6JOA7 Pub1: 78 Serles: 70 Issue: 3 PaOes: 434-8 • IOentifiers: Isobutylidene diurea tobacco Oorn, fertilizer Isobutylldene diurea 0 CA08907059065R." "— -% ''4 , • The effectsof atipitea nitrogen on Cartain propertiesoC f1dk ChCteritlbs of CIDa/Y1tea Ue-CUred tobacco anamoearas ., . ~. Author EIIIOt. J, M„ Court, William A. 'Locationi Res. Stn., Canada AOrlc., Deihl, Ont. SeCtion. CA019004 Publ Class: JOUqNAL Journal:. Tub. SCt, Cbdent TOSCAV Publi 78 Sersefa 22 Issue: 51-58 PaOes: 54-8 Journal: Tobacco, 180(101, 91-5 Identifiers: fertilizer nitrogen tGbaCCO Oompn . _ ; If CA08907058994F' - ' ' -Effecf of-fertilizers on the yield and quallty of tobacco Author: Manukyan. D. A. ' . Locatio_n:. Martuninsk. Opytn. Stants. Nauchnb-Issled. Inst. . =emled., qtartuni, U55R ' _ ScCtlon: CA019004 Pubi Class: JOUqNAL ' Journait Izv. S-kh. Nauk Coden; ISNSAE Publt 79 ' Series: 20 Issue: 11 Pa02s: 55-8Laa0ua0et Armenian Identifiers: tobacco Carbohydrate fertllieew, tra0e lleminttobacco carbohydrate CA08907058820M - ' -Inductlonof erleAta_tional and feeding ' preferences 10 ,.' Manduca sexta larvae for an-artlfleial diet containing citral . Author: Sa.ena, 8. N., SchOonhoven, L. M. Location:-Oep• Anlm. P/lystol., AOrIC. Un1v., Wa9enln0en.` Neth. Sectlon: CA018013 Pubt Class: JOUqNAL Journal: Entomol. Exp. Appl. Coden: ETEAAT Publ1 78 Series: 23 Issue; I PaOest 70-8 Identlfiers: tobacco hornworm Citral feedlpD, ManduCa Citral - feeding CA089070586614 Effect of ascorbic aCidand related eompounda on the tobacco hornuorm, ManuucasextaJohannaon(Lepldobtera: SphinOidae) Author: Nramer, Narl-J., Nendriexs. Leon N., Llanp, Yun T., Se1b, Paul A. Locatlon: Grain Mark. Rea. Leb., Scl, Edue, Adm.. Menhattan: Kans. Section: CAO1B007 Publ Cias1S JOURNAL Journalf J. AOric. Food Chem, Codcni JAFCAU . Pub1l 78 Series: 76 Issue: 4 Pages: 874-6 Ident/fiers: ascorbate nutrition hornqoret. tobacco hornyoM , ascOrbate, Mandupa ascorbate nutrition ' ~ •
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4 NEWS BRIEFS -Cigaret advertising Is expected to reFlectt Capitalizing on ~ ranyr reduction In tartontent . . -- -~-smokers' health fears withrxttacimowlLdg- '~- Mgg any danger in.n smoking ha,^been one of --'` thee halimarksof efSortss to market low-tar' `'. aigarets. Increasingly., the advertisementshave emphasized tar content, and some:ads p;-subtly suggest that a smoker is better off N ~ ' using low-tar cigaretsi -r ~ Naming Competitors t• , 1."`American.Hrands,.l0n instance, has uscd., the slogam•'Carlton is lowest" for years. Itsnewest ads proclaim that 10 packs of Carl•. ton have lesstar thanone pack of variousbrands - including Vantage,. Kent Golden ;fJgfits and Merit-that are name.d m.the ads. y+t r..r~ t ... I I : 1larillard, too,. compares'. Kent, Golden Ughts with various higher•tarr brands in.its adVertisements. Such advertising has drawn praise from the FederalTradeCcmmLssinn..: The FTC,, while still requiring the health -'warning on all cigaret packs,..nevertheless ..; approvesot giving ecnsumers such.inforrna• . tlon on wtiich..to base their purchastng:deci- . 'slons: Mr. Banzhaf of Ash even says he ~~ would like to get such comparative ads:back ii, om television because they don't promote :smokingas healthful. sexy or sophisticated. :Also;% he notes, theretum otsuch'. TV ads ', . could open thee way Bor equal-5me commer- .: ~ ~dals to discourage all smoking. Those.com- ". mercialsseemed to have dad.agreat impact before cigaret advertising.was banned: ftom '.. television. . ~' ~' ' ' ~ But mbro subtle approaches to advertis- ing cigarets abound, too,. and the FTC and' . antismoking groups are concerned about them. One of the most persuasive appears to br.R.J:Reynolds'sadverbsingforVantage.. - Theadse feature "man-on4hestreer" t'esti- monials,.mostof wAich.have a'yonng, hand• some man explaining that while he likes to smoke, he has also heard all "the tMngs being said against blgh•tar smoking. ` llis solution? Switch to Vantagefor' ' both taste and low tar. C b E News August 21, 1978 , v. 56, no. 34, p•.64 Words out of context °Opening another front in its war on smrdaing,ihe federal gnvernment't plansto publicizea new peril-t•arhurr, monnx- ide-to prud the tobacco industry to re- duce its use uCthat substance in cigarettes as it has reduced tar and'mikutine." VOL. H, No. 11. SEPT. 15, 1978 ~;'C & E News ; August 21, 1978 '; v..56, no. 34, p.'V WAR AGAINST CANCER ~. SIR: in 1971 President Nixon declared wa, on - -' , cancer. Now, seven years.later: at a yearfy cost ~~ `' of nearly $1 billion,. this war will soon be the " longestln.odGhistory. What is disturbing is that we have had neither ° regular nor balanced newscoverage. Aside.from ."? z the warnings against cigarette smoking, the . reporting hasoften been.sensationat;, with in- .->dustrial chemicals being the archenemy. In the " 8bsence:of official Ibulletins, the.presshashad . -~. to rely on isolated statements of scientists, such .. . ~ -as Prof. Commoner:who prophesies riiat "much. of the cancer problem mayeventual.yrbo laid att thed'oore of-the petrochemical industry." The . news media have lost little.time in reaortingthe . tmconseionable discharge of chemicals.Bom ` ' factoriescausing the public tobecome fright-ened obbeing.immersedi in a, sea of wncer- ' ~, producingsubstances. ., , ~.[h thee meantime, opinions.suggesting that '-industry-produced chemicals are r.otthe main. . cause of presentday, cancer have surfaced but. . go unreported. Ttiey indicate+laf ne tood weeat . - is one of'the most important factors..Thissur- -.prising revelation was first publicized byy the _ . World Health Organization. In Aprll 1977,.Gr.. ,• :Ernstt. WynderoftfieAmericanHealthFoun•' dationardGr.Gion.GorioftheNationalCancer Mstitute jointly announced ithat .moking,.drinking - of alcoholic beveragesand improper diet are:ure . majoreausesofenvironmentalcancerandinat. ' tood;additives. chemicals in the air, and water pollution.contributerelativelylittle.Finally,Dr. " Frank J. Rauscher of:the American Cancer, So- •`elety stated that hisorganization "isawrullys close to the point of.condemni0g high-fat-0iels as a major risk faclor." . These authoritative voices~havebeen sup-d ported by cancer stalistics. If theeftects of' ~ eigarette smoking are excluded and!the slatis- "., gcal data adjusted for the increase in longevity, ~, cancer deaths.per unit of poputationihave.re- . ... mained stationary over the' last 30 years. IneF . dence ot, stomach eancar has actually. de- aeased-and all this when the growth of' the..ehemieat Industry should have had ils greatest . With expert, opinion declaring diet.a major enemy, would it not be advisable to emphasize .. this factor in the study of cancercausation? And,., also, would it not be desirable to fet.the public . knoww that„1rom.the standpoink.of cancerrisk, pollution by chemicals.is a serious pmblemonly . In the factoryenvironmentandnotirtour daily - lives? . . .. Ernest. W. Votkmann .. laaobe, Pa. ,... : . . 959 .;
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iNEWS BRIEFS 'words,~hastcalty. They just made ft sound good." But be added: "It came out like I was ~: promoting smoking, w•hen all I wanted to, doo was make a statemem.".' . '`. Coopersaid'he complained to R.J. Reynolds, but that "they just said they didn't think it'd' do much tiarm:" -- Besides.the $615, Cbopenalso:got 100 '' to 150 crank.calls, sometimes in theear-'. ;ly hours ofthe morning, telling him he -' was stupid for smoking, "I hung up on most of them," he said. 'Cooper;, whohado been, smoL:ing since high school,.quitlast month and.told the adver[iser. for RJ. Reynolds tostop run- it: rning the ads. The company said it ...`would. . ' ~ .. _.; DavidFishel+publicrelationsmanager, , for the tobacco company;.saidithis week, ""It was Mr. Cooper's . opt9on and, outt of ;~respect for huwisttes,s we pulled the ad when he.requested it- . : Fishel said Cbopen's comments were "taped and turnedintoad copy" and .. were not exactly as Cooperspoke them. ', However, F'uhet said, Cooper was sent `a copy oEthe ad and gave written al~ provai of the final version .,~- No one else in the ads has asked to be :.Yemoved.or, to hisknowledge, quit smoking;. Fishef said. -- GXeensboro Da,l.ly NeWs September 12, 1978 p. A4 AMERICA'S GREAT CANCER PHOBIA Goodman, Ellen ` '+~.BOSTON - It's~~ albit like trying to punch~, Je11+0, but three: Nation- :` al C3neer Institute researchers htly b fihti th -ave receneengnge b tf .laetrile loby on its ownur.. In the IatestNew Shgland - Journaloj Medicine, they report . that'theysent.out 445,000 letters if th" b n pursuit oe "cured.m: re- idfnceand ceve only 230 reeres. otdy'67'eases worth reviewing, Of . these, they saw only six cases which suggested anytink- coinci+ dental or not - between laetrile and thee decreased.size of a tumor. -Still. Iihope that the.research- ers,.oven with their convictions in the power of facts to sway the hu- man mind, aren't waiting around for a sudden decline in the com- modities market onapricots: From my own experience with ".laelrile believers, the important .word:.is "believe:" There isa com- ( munieatilons ean betweenthe setentanc communtty ana me tae- ,trffe: advocatesthe size of a great -- leap of faith. One is seeking proof hki h and the oter isseeng;ope. - But then, few of us are talking : scientific languagewhen we're ~.speakingof cancer. Among the medically aware, cancer is a gen- eral, and maybe misleading, label for a range off diseases, from the . minor tolhe terminal. But todhe general community; cancer is a_ . buzt word for.the.kind of death ~that'~hides under the obituarycol- ~ tunn phrase, "...after a long ill- ~ nessY -- ~. - , . ness." 'Too most; of us it is a vague, 'amorphous,, science-fiction sort of -thingwhich grows larger andlarg- ` er, threat'ening to gobble up' ahe neighborhood theater att anyy mo- .~ ment: , . -. I won't make.light'~ of our cancer phobia. Eam as much a.victim of:. ' it as the next, and as Woody Allen . ' : once wrote- "Just because youre ~paranoid doesn't mean that there 'tsn't someone out to get you: ` . Cancer isaeal„ and it kills. Yet, it seems too me that,. in a curious way;.each.generation chooses its dominant fear from. - sometop ten list. Out of the avail- able terrors - War, Pestilence, 'Famine, Disease - there is ahvayss one: that seems to dominate our children's nightmares and color our adult humor black There is a ~. ~ fear~ that fits the times.. ~. ~ - When Ii was growing up in the 1950s,. it was the bomb. This thing, ' thee bomb„ belbnged to a~ genera- tion.of war babies presided over by a General'-President in the midst'~ of~~ a cold war- ~~ ~~-- Itwasa time of massive con- formity with.its concomitant fear -of massive destruction. As school. -chfidren,..wewere regularly and . hurriedly ushered! into basementss with CD walh plaques. Our adoles- ~eent'nighttimeconfiontations.witht the ideaa of death came prepack- aged aged inn mushroom shapes. But we are fickle even abouti fear. We seem to have dropped our bombphobia now without, in any way: reducing the reasons for `. it. Cancer now leads this,macabre. ~ hit purad'e, ~ tit VOL. 8. tda, 11. SEPT. 15, 1978 U ~*.;+aaFr
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~ABSTRACTS American Industrial,Hygiene Association~- ;..:.` ,:, September 1978 i v. 39, no. 9, p. A-35 ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE (1,2-DICHLOROETHANE) Bahlman, L. J." et al The Nationat;Institu te forOccupationa l Safety a nd Health (NIOSH) recommends that as a prudent measure.. ethylene dichloride.(1,2-dichloroe- thane) be handled in the workplace as if it were a human carcinogen. This recommendation is based primarily uponn an. analysis of National Cancer Institute (N.C1) data indicating that ' laboratoryratsy and mice fed ethylenee dichloride experienced a statisticallysignificanty excessof malignant and benigm tumors,, as compared'to oontrols.ur N1OSH I has . prepared this,Builetin to advise you of the findings of theNCI'.study,.other pertinent - data,, including findings onn tliee mutagenic and teratogenic qualities ofethylenef dichloride, and their implicaitons for occupational health. Also~ included are "Sugg,ested. Guidelin~es for Minimizing EmployeeExposure. to Ethylene: ®ichloride." We are requesting that producers,distributors,, professional associations, and unions transmit the information.in this Bulletinton their customers, employees.. associates, and members. Vf,l . 9, W61.,,:I ] . $EPTr 15, I9'78' a
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•' ABSTRACTS - Tobacco Reporter " August 1978, p'. 38' LOOSE-LEAF'SALES - BURLEY BALES "That we start immediately and' agree to work out a Loose Leaf Tobacco Program... thatcarsbe agreed to by all members of this Corincil,•, that the program pro- uid'e for a temporary suspension of the rules to provide.telnporary -pricesupports frJr 19F8-79... that this group urge our Congress- men and Senators to offer these temporary supports when we offer this program." ..,_.. . .:,.:r..~ :..:~ .,-_. The CouncB for Burley Tobacco. T hose are the words of the official! Burley Council pro- posal.that opened the door for the first large-scale experi« ment on loose-l eaf sales ofburley tobacco in the United States. Its approval by the U.S.. Depart: - ment of Agriculture is seen as a virtual certainty, according to observers, and the results wi17 be ' seen at the end of this year's sales. %Vhat is the prognosis? Accord- ingtaone senior BbrleyCouncil officialG the prospects for the program's success are negligi- ble. "It's a whole new ballgame now, but I think the loose-leaf advocates will be in for opposi- tion they never dreamed of once the proposal'is approved," according to the official. TURKOVA. laroslave. 54T.349'2'. A7niry chromarocmphy E Jaroslava Turkova. Amsterdam ; NewYork : Elsevier Scienti6c Pub.. Co., NcwYork' : distnbutorsfor the U.S. and Canada. Elsevier North,Holland, 1978. ir, J01 p. : ill. ; 2S.cm5 (loumallof chromatography library v. 12) Includes biblioenphinll references and indexes. IQI'519.9A35T87J 7$-815 ISBN! 0-44J• 41605-6 e.72.75l. ARinity rArwnamgnpAlc. 6.ttekel; Leo l~,4 joinCSurAnr. //.ritk. 11I1 Scncs . - V©La 8, tdo. 11.' SEPT. 15, 1978 World Tobacco July 1978 no. 61, p. `117 . AN UNEVEN CROP Generally the 1978 flue-cured' crop is uneven. Ih the Georgia-Floritla area; production appears to be two weeks late. Most growers have experienced good weather but crops are now showing signs of needing rain. . ._,,. In South Carolina the crop is off ... to a slow start with a small percent- .-, age'having. early flowering. The . crophas been total'lytransplanted and is oniy one week behind. In North Carolina! the overall crop is two weeks lateand 85% • transplanted with the needd for some water.. One would like to see the crop imm a more lush growing stage for this date, but the situa- tion is definitely not, alla.rming. Virginiaa is 75°/d: transplantedi and should be completed by June 15. . BASCO, J.; KALINKA, G. . Analysis, of tobaccoo andtobaccocumbustion pro- ductsby. X-rayy emissioni spectroscopy. Acomki Kozl. .. 18(4):565-575,.1976. (Hung.)Analysis of tobacco byX-my emission specttosuopy ne. vealed the.presence of 28elements. The highestconcentra•' tionss were of P, S„ Cl, K, Ce and! Fe. hl:osp of these ele- menis were al§o present; in ash and smoke (both.filtered and non.filtered). Mn. Ni, Seand Fe were found at much lower concentrationsin: smoke than in tobacco. Thee ques- tion of the efLc•iency oftSlters is also.discussed. Coop. Cent. Sci. Res. Relat..'Dob. InL. Bull. (3)No.7704, 1977, 1785 BEHR, D.; WAHLBF.RG„I.; NISIIIDA, T:; EN%ELL, C:R Tobacco chemistry. XLV. t26,05)-2,6-dhncthyl-2,'}- octadiene-1,6diol„ a newmonoterponohl from Creek tobacco. Acta C7sem.. Scand. Scr. B. 32(3): 228-234, 1978. Recent invesli8ations have demonstrated the presence in tobacco of'f a large number of' isoprenoids. Although the majority' of these belongs to the groupsof norcorm pounds derived from diterpcnoidsands carotcnoid5, they a19o include severall mono-, sesqui-, di-., tri. and polyiso- prenoids: Thee presentt report describes the 'slructure detnrmination and synthesis.of anew linear.monotcrpcne diol isolated.from Greek tobacco.. . - 1787 00012618 , 909 ~~
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Oo Print 9/4;1-5 - DIAL06 Fi.e4: CA CONOENS/CASIA 77-78/y0L.89(0tt) ,• (Copr, Rm. Chsm. CA09908062123P ~ Synergintie efFeet Of lnh/b/tors /n partially oxldixed olls snd-fats Author: SnmuloviOh, V. G., Gol-tlenber0. V. l. - Location: NauChno-15S1e0. Inst. B101. Ispyt. Nnim. SOedln., . ~Kupavna. USSR . ... .. ..... ... . ... . . . . . . Section: CA051011, C_A083XXX, CA045XXX ' Pobl Claest JOURNAL Journa L• Kinet, Katel• - Coden: " NtiHTA4 Publ: 78 Series: 19 Issue: 2 PaOes: g01-3 Language! Russ Identifiers: paraffinic meoicinal oil nntioSldant, palm oil Oxldn Innibitor, tocopherol anFtoxitlant paraffin oll, naphthol , ant.o.idant palm oil. lonol antfoxtttant palm oil, BHA -entioxida'tt palm oll, synergism ant+o.lJaqt fatty Oll CA00907059792P ' EffectCfpualttatlvely Qlfferent fats. .alpha,-toCCpher0l,, and nntlos.pants On morphofynCtlonal changes in tissues, vltamin reouiren•ent and ProduCtiVtt_Y of broiler CetloNs Authoribvinskaya, L. M. . Lobation: USSR . Section: CA0/0005 Puol Clesst JOURNAL Journal: lr. Vses. Naucnno-Isslatl. inst. Fltiol., B/okhim. Pitan. S-kh. 1hivOtn. Cotlent 1FBPA0 Publt 77 Serlest 17,- Pa7es: 134-49 Language: Russ Identlflers: cniqk melab oKid/zed fst, vitamin metab chick feed fat, antloxidant fat feed chitk, tOCopherol fat feed, etnueyqu/n fat feed . C_A08907054685F - ' Effects of dietary antl0xidents on In vivo lipid peroRidClion In the rat as measured by pontane production Author! Do.ney• Jeanne E., Irving. De.mis H., Teppel, AI L. l,cati0,t Den. Food Sci. Technol., Univ. Collfornia. Davis. Qalit. Section: CA01n002, CA013XXX Publ Classt JOURNAL Juurnal_: Lipids' Code_n: LPDSAP Pubit 78 Serils: ' 13 Iss.m: 6 Pages: A03n7 - --- Iocnlifiers: lipid peroxidn pentane breath,' vltam/n E antioxtdant diet Publlshert Cent. A9r10_, Pubi, DpCtanentatlun Mageninse_n, Neth Avall: Tlnhergen. B. J.t Krol, B Identlflers; irradn nltrlte meat* nitrate nitrite peaty_ paT ' nltriteirradn, beef nitrite Irradn • " CA0890705G618N A new type of N-ttltroast101S (nh/bitbr'Autnon: G,ocnen, P. J. Locatinn: Ccnt. Inst. Nutr, Food Bes., 7N0. ZsJat. NaM, '. Section: CA011007 Pubt Class! CONF PR00'' . Journal: Proa, Int, Symp. N/trita Meat Prod„ 2nd - OOdent'383LA7Pul_it:77 - PaOes: 171-2 Meeting Date: 76 Pubtlshcr: Cent. Agric. Pub1. Documentation Atfdrpsf ' Ma_Oenlnpan. Neth Avallt T'inbergen, B, J.1 110010 B Identifiers; tobacco smoke nltroaatlon lnhtbftor, pyrrole ' - tobacco amoke CA00907059483P Irradiation as a conceivable way of reducing nltrltCS and -nilrates in curetl meats - Autnor: tliurbiski, E„ Helligman, F., Wasserman. A. E. Locatlot: Fuod-Eng, Lao., U. S. Army NatickNes. end DaV, Command. Natick, ATasI• Section: CA0170_03. CAQO8XXX Publ Class: CONF PROC Journal: Proc. Int_.Symp. Nitrite Meat Prod., 2nd Codent 98ILA2 Publ: 77 Pages: 75-01 Meeting Date: 76 . ... .. . . .. ' . Eiszzooo
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~ 1 , 89(08) (COpr, Am• Chem. Soc.) (Item 9 of 50) Usen1908 23au978 DIALOG F1184p CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL CA0B9070S7731F - ' Content Of prOstaglana/ns In thrombpcYtes Of pat/ents with tsche'rieheart disease caused by ooronary-atherosclerosls Author: Zykova. V. P.•Vlatllmirov, S. 5., Rasatklna, L. V„ Gerasimova, E. N.. MGtveeva. L, S. Locatlo-t: Yses. Naroiol.Nauehn. Tsentr. Moscow. USSR - Section: CA014004 -Pu_bI Class: JOURNAL Journal: Ter. Arkh. Cooen: TEARAI Pub1: 78 SerlesS 50 Issue: 4PaOes: 32-6 Languagei Russ ieentlfierst heart Ischem/a thromboeyte prostaglandln,, COrpnary atherosClerosis Ihromboeyte P_rb_st_aglandln, smpking thraqbocyte aggregation carolopathy - CA00907055669E -Nrurotrensmittera and cy0lie nueieetltles In an /nseet CNS ~ Author: Taylor, Ouncan P., Newburgh• R. W. Locatlon: Dep. Biochem. glophya.. Oregon State Univ.. Corvallis, Dreg. Section; CAOt2000 Publ ClassP JOURNAL Journal: Symp. Giovanni Lorensln/ Found, Codent SGLF09 Publ: 78 series: I Issue: Mul. BIO1. Pharma_col, C_vcllc Nucleotides Pagest 323-5 - Identifiers: review neurotransmitter Manduca, cyclic nucleDtlee insect reView. nervoua system Inlect re.yiew 'CA08901056633P • h:ethod and apparatus for recoverlnQ soluble n/trate from tobacco Author! Gellatly. Grant, Uh1, Richard Gustave, Nlte, Georg, irepricx Locatio>: USA Section: CA011007 Publ Classt PAT JournaL: Ger. Often. Codene- GtvSRBE Publt 780524 Pabes: 17 pp, IOentiflers:: tobacco reconstituted nitrate s.pn Patent No: 2750403 ApptteNo: 741448 Datet 761112 Class: A24B15/g7 Assignee: Morris, Philip, Inc. i.t3SZi0UU . CA0090705G632N - free a^ino acids in chlorophyllous enA nonehlorophyllous tobacco callus tissue cultured in light or In darkness Author: Nasperbauer,M. J.. Namllton, J. L. - Location: ARS, USDA, Lealnolon, Ny. Section: CA011013 Pubi Class! JOURNAL Journal: Pnyton-(Buenos Aires) Cedent PHYBAx Publ: 77 Series:. 35 Issue: 2 PaOes: 103-8 Ipentlfiars: CnibrOphyll„amino aOlo tobaoco callus light CA08907056616N A new type of N-nltrosation Inhlb/tor Author: Groenen, P. J. LocatlontCent.inst, Nutr. Fobtl Res•, TNO, ZOSSt, Neth. Section: CA011007 Pubi Class: CONPPROC ' Journal; Proc. Int. Symp. Nitrite hte_at Prod.,. 2nd Catlent 38ILA2Publ: 77 Pa0es1 171-2 Meetlntl Datat 78 ---Publisher: Cent. Agric. Publ, Documentation Atldresat Waqeninpen, Neth -- Avail: Tlnber0en, B. J.; Nrct, B Identlflers: - tobacto smokq nltrOsatlon Inh_1_b__1to_r, pyrrCle tobacco smoke - CA08907056503N - ' Morphological and eytochemlpsl Investl9ation of po11e8 grains nuclei of some anglosperms ' -- Author: OannikoVa, V. P,. Zaslavshll, V. A., Nhveoyntch, O. A., Ovsyaunikova, 0. V. Location! Inst. Bot „ Klev, USSR -( Section; CAOtt007 Publ Class; JOUqNAL 0 Journal: Actual. Bot. Cooent ACTBOP PubiT 78 lssuei co 1-2. Cytobloi. Reprod. 5es. Plantes Ovulees Pagest 13_5-B loentlflers: anglosperm pollen nuelel. DNA pollen nuelet an0losperm• Illy pollen nucl'el, tobacco pollen nuclei CA08907056502V Metabolism Of myo-lnoslt_ol and growth In yarlo_us sugars Of suspension-cultured-toDacco cells Author! Harran, 5., Dickinson• D. B. Location: Dep. Got., Unlv• Illino/s. Urbana. Ill. Sectlon: CA0t1002 Pubi Class: JOUqNAL- Journal: Planta Coden: PLANAB Pub_It-7B Serlest 141 Issue: I Pages: 77-64 1 Ident/fiers: tobacco culture growth myolnosltol, su0ar tobacco culture growth, arabinose tobacco Culture growth CA08907056501U Effect Of 'Osmotlq streas' on protein and nuO1HO acid synthesls in ieofated tobacco brotpplasts Author: Premecz. G.• Ruzicska, P., Dlah, T., Farkas, G. L. Locatlon: Ins L Plant Pnyiiol., HunO.. Acad. SG1., Sseggd, Hung. Sectiont CAO11002 Publ Class: JOURNAL Jcurnal: Planta Codent PLANAB Publ: 79 Serleq:: 141 Issue! I Pag_es: 33-6 '' I ICent/flers: proteln tobacco ProtoPlast Osmotle strlss, nucle/c acid tobacco protopiast. RNA tobaeeoprotoPtast osmotic stress ' . LJ
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NEWS B'RaEFS ~~~~~~~ In order to bring attention to iis brand wtien it was introduced na- tionally(in April, 1976), Lorillard lowercd' Golden, Lights' tar counp from 9 to 8 miltigrains and boldly compared it with Aterit in its ads, :t;to Golden Lights' advan[age,'of , i":''course. The company ateached 'cts campaign to Merit's heavy public- i'ity, 'to make the name Golden Lights prom inent When Golden Lights was suc- cessful, Lorillard took its older ` low-tar brand, True; reduced its "" tarcount.from 11 to 5 milli!grams, :. and soon saw greatly improved sales. Then, Kent's tar count was " reduced from 16 to 12'mg. White the success. of that move is, still pending, Loriillard reports that Kent's sales decline has been ~f stcmmed Fortune concludes that. Lori1- lard "has been. unerring in pin- :pointine the growth areas in the low-tar market, and following through with the right~ producis_ and advertising." , -Greensboro Daily News August 23, 1978' ; p. B7' ',REYNOLDS AGAIN EXTENDS DEL MONTE ACQUISITION OFFER NEW YORK (AP) - R-1: Reynolds Industries Inc:, which is.seeking totakemrer Del Monte:Corp. for $456 .- million in cash and notes, said' Tuesday it is again ex- ' tending,its acquisition m-fer. -' . .- The offer by Reynolds, a:producer of tobacco„oil, . gas.and foodproducts,.had been set.toexpire Tucsday.. - It already had been.n extended once. . Reyuoldssaid its latest exlension wasmade "to permit more timefor the consideration.of this offer by the Del Montee board of directors." R did'not sayfor how long its offer, originally arnttounced Aug;.9, would.be extended. VbL" 8, Wor 11r SEPT. 15, 1978 Chemical Marketing Reporter August 14, 1978 - p. 39 . VANILLA BEAN OUTLOOK DISMAL;. DEMAND IS EXCEEDINGSUPPLY The market outlook for vanilla beans remains bleak,.and a dealer last week expressed concern about a mar- ket i'n which: threatened production in Madagasgar has not and wilU not satis- ' fy current demand for the product. °, The current spot. market price is a ~ • firm $16.50 to.S16.75 per pound'. ~ The problem is a political one. industry ,; in Madagascar is. government-cnntruiled; , and, in thre case of vanilla beans, farmers ~ are lacking the economic incentive to con- tinue to produce the commodity. The result„ . a New York dealer says, has been onover- .' all shortage and "a very firm market-" ° . FOBPRICE NO:1fINAL : The price imposed onthe.item,for export Is a nominal330 per kifaf.n.b. Madagascar, andofficials at.thatsource generally adjust . the price annually..At a.confcrence inParis ;In March, visitorss fromMadagascar. raisedd the price from $23 per kilo, reflecting aa much higher increase percentage than the prerious year. . . I Demand for vanilla beans hass increased + in the last year: last year reflectcda 539 ton increase in imports from ~ various - countries. . .. . ~ - ~ One trade source says that pricemove- move- `ments ih the near future cannot be prediot- ed: The current spot price has nutt ad.-a nced :. significantly in spite of talkot an exceed- tngty firm and threatened market. The spokesman adds that Indonexia.,a second supplier, does not offer the same quality material and Is therefore not re- d garded as a solulionn to themrkete condi- tions. However, the Indonesian government doesnoPtrad'itionallyiixtheprice• . ..;-The market for vanillin, the spokesman . comments, will Wkelyrespund by expand- ing: The producl„a synthetic vanilla„is cur- rently used widely in fiavoringand.in the . pharmaceutical induslry.But an increased interest In natural flavors: has.stirred de- - mand for the vanilla beans. AA xecond supplier sayshe regards pexsi- mL.m ati an appropriate attitude, but he suspectsthat higher prices asked by the Malagysy governmentt will ina•rease planl- .ing-c. Farmers will go backk to pltmting when they get higher returns, he sayn, and that's w:hat' higher prices will brin>;., lle adds that after initial plantinC,. threee to four • years can elapsebefore vanilla beans are produced. . . - Ilowever, themarket IsnuYdnnmed. The government benefiLs stronlllyfrom the . Ihxcs gainrtt by its exports: °id they stop producing vaniilhbeans, they'll really be . hurtingg themsetces,"° the spokesman says. --lio adds that spot pricess can rise -even Ihough lh fb e•o•. priceis unallered! .
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OIALOO F11/1t CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/yOL 89(0B) - (COpr. Am. Chem. ;pC.) (Item CA08907059411P ' :;A 31 qf 37) User1908 43au97B . 897 „ spectrometey and_ application to sequef}gin0 •ith dlpeptidyl ' aminoGeUtlda^+Cs Use of nign performance liquld chromato9raphy Cowbined lfith - Author: KrutsSch. Henry C., Pisano. John J. fluoresceace-detection for the Identification and est/mat_to_n Location: Natt. Heart. Lung. _glopdInst..NIM, 8lthes_d_a, Md_. of aflato+lns and ochratox/n In food - Sectlon: CA009000, CA034xxxPubY Class: JOURNAL -- --Author: Hunt, David C., Bourqon, Ad+ 7., Wild, Pftlr J., Journa_1: Methods En¢ymo_l, -COdeniMENZAU Publt 77 Crosny. Nl/1 I. - - Series: 47 Issue; Enzyme Struct.. Part E PeOest791-404 F-t to ~4 00- _ Journal: J. Sc/. Food Agr/c. Coden: JSFAAE . Publ: 78 " trlmethylsllyl review• mass spectrometry dlpeptlde Series: 29 Issuet 3 Pageai 234-8 trlmethyisilyl review - -- IdenU fiers: aflato.in oetn food, pchratoxin detn food ., . Location: Lab. Gov. Chem., Dep, Ind., London, Enpl. ` Ioentlfler6: revlew pplyp_eptldesequ_enEe detn, dlpepU pyl ' Section: CA017001 PublClass: JOURNAL eminopeptidase polypeptlde reyilw, 9as.cnromstp q-dipeptide . EA0890705940<P - ' -'- Separation and quantification of red beet betacyanlns and beta.antnins by high-performance llquld chromatography Author: Vincent, Klnt R., Scnol;• RobOrt D. Locat/on: Res. Cent., Beatrice Foods Co.. Chicago. 111. Section: CA017001 Publ Clasa: JOURNAL Journal: J. AOrig, Food Chem. Coden: JAFCAU Pubil 78 Series: 26 155Ylt 4 PdpfS: 012-16 Identif/ern;; beet pigment cnromatog, betacyanin Chromato9 . CA08907050402M Geterminatlon O_f phospnlne In wheat by headSpace 9as-ifquld enromdtography Author: Brockwoll, Carol A. . Locatiol: Aust. Ger- Anal.L_a_b_•, Melbntene, Aust. - Section: CA017001, CA005XXX Publ Class: JOURNAL ' Journal: J. AOric. Food Chem• Coden; JAFCAU Publt 78 Series: 26 Issue: 4 Pages: 862-4 Idontlfiers: phosphine detn wneat. Chromato9 phosphlne, gas Cncomatog Pposphine, fumigant pnosphlne ilatTt----- ---- CA00907055855A the specif/city of multl-column' liquid Chromatography of neutral urinary steroids as evaluated by comparlson with parallel gas chromatography and mass epCctrometry Author: Sayegh, Joseph F.. Mowat, John H., Vesterqaerd, Per LoCatlon: Rockland Res. lnst.• Oranqeuur0. N. y• Seetion: CA009004 Puol Class: JOURNALJournal: Aeta Endoerlnol•(Copennagen), Suppl, Codent ACEDAB Publt 78 Serles:. 88 Issue: 217 PaOes: 132-47 Identifiers: urlne sterolo cortlpostero/d oetn, Chromato0 llq spectrometry bxo sterold• Colorlmetry Chrpmato9 steroid CA09907055695y Annlysls-of dipeptideo by Oas 4hromato0raphy-mass m ztszzooo CA08907054531E ' ' '2,4,5-.TrIChlorophenqxyaCetlC acid. Synthesis and thln-layer Chromatography properties of amino acid Conjugates and qas-Ilquld ChComato0raphy and mass spectra of methyl esNr oe_rlvative_s Author: ArJmand, Masood, Hamilton, Robert H.. Mumma. Ralph 0. Loaation: Grad. Study Cent., Pennsylvania State Unlv., University Park. Pa. Section: CA005001, CA009XRX Publ Cleset JOURNAL - Journal; J. Agric. Food Yhem. Coden: JAFCAU - Pubit 7e . "'-. Series:. 26 Issue: 4 Paqesf 898-902 Iqentiflers: trlChlorbphenoxyaCetate amino abid 'ConJuOate ... Z' prepn. Oao Ghromatog trIClllorophenoxyacetate amino acid . D.. conjugate, mass speCtrometry tricnlorophenoxyacetate amino r.: acid ConJuqate, ehromato0 trlChloropheno.yaCetate amino acid _..< Conjugate, speCtronetry trichlorophehoxyacetata amino acid ~Conjugate, amino acid triL[tloroph@noxyatetate qonjugate mass .~ saeetra ' '.- . r CA089070541628 0 Capillary-column ~ combined ' gas ` Chromato9raphy-nass ": m spectrometry method for the e_atimatlon of nicot/Re fn plesma m._J. Ey selective ion monitoring r+ Author: Dow, J., Hall, K. Q^Locatlon: Dop, Pharmacol. SCi., Vnfy.Newcastfe upon Tyne. Newcastle upon Tyne, EnqI. Sectlon: CA004001 Pubi C_tasst JON/NAL '* Journal: J. Cnromato9r. Coden: JOCRAM - Publt 7B m,Series: 153 Issue: 2 Pages: 521-5 Identifiersi nicotine detn blood plasma, Qas eltrbmato8 .'~ nicotine blood mase s ectrpmetr nicotibe blood ~• - , y p »
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< 0 r DIALOG F/1e4: CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL 89(t0) .(Copr. Am. Chem. Seq.) (Item 15 of 29) Usen1900- 3sep78 CA08909074282C - ' . ' Mass ssectrometric detection efhlDh-fructGSe Corn strup in honey by use of oarbon-13/carbon-12 ratio: collaborative study Author: Nnite. Jonathan N„ Jre, Ooner, Landis N. Location; ERRC, ARS. Pniladelphta, Pa. - Section: CA017001 Pub/ Class: JOURNALJeurnal: J. AsgoC. Off. Anal. Chem.' Cooent JANCA2 Pup)i TO Sertes: 61 Issue: 3 PaOest 746-50 Ident/fiers: fructose Syrup pCtn honey, mass speetroseopy money myootoxln detn corn , CA099090742690 " Gas-1lpuid chromatographic determination feed premixe9 ' Author: Sma11id0e. Robert L.. Jr.' ' Locatlon: Dep. Biochem., PurdueUnlv..-I . . _.. _ . ... .. . _ ... •.. Indiana Section: CA01700t Pubt Ctasst JOUqNAL of ethepabate In ' .. n• 'West>LSfayettl.'.ei Journal: -J. Assoc._--Off.- Ana1.- Chem. Codent Publ: 78 Series:-81 Issue; 3 Papes: 861-3- Ioentlflers: athopabate detn feed. gas chromatop etnopsbste C_A00909074280_0. - "' Gds-Ilajid chromato_Oraphlc determinetlon of tnans°unsaturat= lon-infats-and oils on packed eotumnst effeCt of positional Isowars Autnor: Conapher. Henry 0. S., tyenOSr, JaOannath R. LocatlOn: Food Res. Oiv.. Health-Nelfare Canada. Ottawa. Ont. Section: CA017C01 Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: J. Assoc. Dff. Anal. Chem. Codent JANCA2 Puolo 78 Serlas: 67 issue: 3 Paoes: 702e8 IOenlif/erg: trans latty acid ChrpllatOD. margarine trans fatty acid detn CA0890907•1275C - ' oetermination oF searalenone In 'cornfllhea and other Corn-oase] foo0s by thin layer Chromato0raphy, high pressure liouio chromato0roohy, and qas-Ilquld chromato0raphy/hi0h resOlutiQn maa6 ipect^ometry Autnor: Scott. Peter M„ Panalaks, Thav/1, Nanhere, Mlles, tJaiter F. Srl, LpGation:. Food Res. Div.. Health Welfare Canada, Ottawa, Ont. Section: CA017001, CA004XXX Publ Class_t JOURNAL Journal: J. AssoC.bff.Anai. Chem.Coden: JANCA2 Puol: 78 Serles: 61 Issue: 3 PnOes: 593-600 Identiffers: zearalenone detn corn, ehromatoqzearaLenone C_A089090742748 Mion-- ore_ssure liqu/e chromato0raphio determination of xanthomeonin in corn Autnor: Stack, Michael E., Brpwn, Nathan L., Eppley. Robert N. loeatiol: Div. Cnem.-Pnys., Food Drug Adm., wasnlnOten, D. C. --Section: CA01700t._ CA004xXX Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: J. Assoc. Off. Anal. Chem. Cooeni JANCA2 Publ: 70 Series: 61 Issue: 3 Pa0e5: 590-2 Identifiers: xantnome0nln detn corn, chromato0 xanthOme9nin, w CA089090742670 Gas-solid cnromato0raphie determ/nat/on. of vinylldene Chloride in .aran film-and three fooo-simulatln0 solvents Author: Hollifield, Henry C.. MeNeal, Timothy - Location; Div. Chem. TcEhnol.. Food Drug ACm.. Nashin9tbn, 0. C. Sectlon: CA0t70_07, CA03_71cA1t Publ Class: JOURNA4 Journal: - J. Assoc.0ff. Anal. Chem. Codent JANCA2 Pub1E 78 Series: 61 Issues 3. Pages: 537-44 Identifiers: vinylidene chloride detn Saran, pacNaolnO food vinylidene chloride - - CA08909074266A ', . A rapltf Oas-llbuid chrometo0raah10' method for the mullltletcrminationef antloxldants in fats, o/ls. and dried food prooucts Author: Nline, David A.. Joe. Frank L., Jr.. Fazle, Thomas : Location: Div. Chem. Phya., Food Drug Aom., Washington. D. . C. Sectiort: CA017001 Pub1 Ctass: JOUqNAL Journal:_ J. Assoe. Off. Ana_t._ Chem. Coden; J_ANC_A2 Pubti iBSerlesf-61 -Issue: 3 PaOes: 313=19 Ioentlflers: antioxidant pas Chromato0. phenotiC antloaldant detn food...
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-ABSTRACTS Organic Mass Spectrometry July 1978 v. 13, no. 7r 'p. 389 HYDROGEN MIGRATIONS INiMASS SPECTROMETRY ...:; t, . l i Ichikawa, Hiroshi I;; ,"" ,.. ;. Harrison, Alex. Ge : The Hs,and CIFL chemical Ioniralion nsas.cs spectraa of a series of subsl`utuled benzoic acids and substituted - benxgl alcohols have been determined. For the benzoiu acids the major fragmentalion reactions of the ~. protonated molecule involve elinrination of FfaOO or eliminationn of CO,,, the latter reaction involving migtation.ofthe casboxylirhydrogen to the aromatic ring. For thebenzyl aihohols~lhemajor fragmentation ~ reactions of [:iFH);'in.nlive loss of Ha01orCH,O, analogous to the COz elimination reaction forthe.benzoic . acids. It is shown that'Use CO, and CHiOeGmhtation reactions oecur only when a conjiigated aromatic riog system Is present, end that Eor the earboz;•lic acid systems, melhyll groups and,, to a lesser estent, phenyl Vroups are capable of migrating: T1re: onlyditcermibfeerect of, substituents on the ffagmentation of [MI11]'is ~ am enhancement oI the Ha0loss reaction in the benzoicacid system when an amino,.hydroxyl'„or halogen substitucnt isorthato ,the carboxyl iunMion. 17ds'artho'' e[fectlh which dfffersin scopefromthat~ observed in -- elecltom..iinpact mass spectra, is attributed to an intramolecular crtalysis by the ortho.substifuenl of the.1,3 Aydiogen mig;atian in the mrhonyl protonatedacid'~ fullow•edby 11,0 elimination. Apparently, this route is . (avoured over the direcr climination oF H,0 from the carbonyl protonatedi acid,., since the latter has a high acCivationcncrgy'barsier beausc of unfavourah4e orbital symmetry restridions. DR[TISH. MEDICAL JOURNAL AbstractsinEnaish , .. VOL. 2 NO'. 6134 AUGUST 5 1978 , FJfm.orelranneemaUnean.vbmyurmpo.wpe..n.crhrv.mtixm4eu.at.eeee1e.rynsaolemle.IVUatinv .. prv.rma..wseos.oa.exu.a .... ....................... ............... ...:...........................:.:L,. ma nrraahtATrotvAL jp'urn af qj Cancer Artictesin Englishor Fsench- Fich Abstract in Engl'ish and Frenep, , VOLa 22 NO'.. 1' JULY 15~~ 1978~ 25 Stimularo7'eBea of cigareue.smoke en,the mnatrolism and eoaalenC binding of benzo(o)pYrene.in.the vacbea ntthc.rat CLINIrC7~AL t: ltARn4ACYSLQ(:l• ' .e~y a tE RA D E W' T t C S• Abstsacts in, Engli€h VOIL. 24 NO. 1 JULY 1978 Effm eJ9moAinR aa CoJJrIn?Cfmmarc. , VOLa ra, 140~a 11, .$EPT. 15, 1978 .,C~,.. ...... -r---
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U r w . . I- . I.J1 DIALOG F/1e4: CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/vOl 89(10) (COpn. Am. Chsx:-5ee.) (Item . tpf 29) Ussn1908 Ssep75 Prtnt 8/2/t-29 ~ 1. . ......... ...... _.,. .. _,. , . ~ .. I i ...-.-: .' . ,. . . ~1087 ' - CA089100001t6T ' CA08910094395F . ,. .:.;._,_. .:,,~ Separation-oF essential and fatty Oartander c1i mixtures by Use of oapillary Column Chromatpgrapny-mass speotrometry Sn `-selectlyp extraction with liquefied Cartwn dioxide pnotolysis of gases Author: Kosnevol-, E. P., ShtoVkban, .y. P, AutnOr: Namer, E. Locatlon:-Krasnpqar. NauChno'Issleo. Inat. PISI1Ghey0_/ PrO/a.. Laeatiot: Fachber, Chem., Univ, Konstanz, Konsta_nz. Oar. ~ Krasnptiar. USSRSection; CA080006Publ Classt JOUqNAL" SeCtlon: CA062002. CA017XXX' Publ Class: JOURNAL ' .Journat: J. Cnrometogr, Cooeni JOCRAM Pubt: 78 Journal: M,Islo-Znir. Promest. Coeen: MZPYAE Pu_blt 78 Series7-154 Issue: 1 Pages: 8<-8 -Lan0ua0et Gar ' Issue: 6 Pages: 27-9 Language: Rvss , Iaentifierst - gas pnotolysis analysis gas chromatOp. Identifiers: borianoer o_it._epn ca_roan dioxide capillary column gas chromato0. mass spectroscopy gas pnotolysis anatysis C_A_0891008d320C . . . Supe-.c'lro,n. Glass Capillary.qas ehroma_tograpny Autnor: Cram, Stuart P.. YanO,. Frank-J. - Lpcation: Varian Instrum, Div., Pilo 41to, Calif. Sect,on: CA000000 Publ Class: JOURNAL J+urnal: Ino. Res./Dev. Codenp IRDEDZ Publs 78 Series:30 Is_suet 4 Pages: 89-9$------- Ioentifiers:revle• capillary Column gas ehromateg, glass capillary gas chromatog review CA08910000124U First, secund, and thlyd Fractions from geranium otl Autnor: Anisimqve, M, A.. Gurinovich, L.-K., Kustova, 5. D., Trusava, 4. A1., Filipenko_va, V. 5_. Lacatiofl: USSR Section: C4062002 Publ Class! PAT.Journal: U.S.S.R. Coochp URXXAF PubI: 780615 - Cita(ion: Otkrytiya.-IZobret., Prpe. Obraztsy. Tovarnye Znunl 1970'. 55t221, 197 Iaentificrs:geranlum oil fractionation Putent VO: 530523 App1iC NO: 2065812 . Datel 741010 Class: C1169/02 Ass/cneep A11-Union $ClentiFlc-Resferch Institute of SynthetiC and Natural Perfumes, Ks1u0a . CA09910060/23T Essential oils from fresh andfaoeC plant raw materials Autnort Starosz, Zozislaw, Zemla, Ry3zard, PlotrCwshi, Anqrzel Locotlont Pol. Section: CA063002 Publ Classt PAT Journal: Pol. CoOen: POXXA7- Pub1t 771015 PaOest 2 PP, -IJOntifierat mint oil Patent Nc: 91483 AppI1C NO: 166976 Datat 731130 Class: C11D9/02 - Assignee: LoEZk/e Zaklady Zielarskie 'NerCapol' w C_A089100001155 Isolation of cyelOCClorenone from Ledum palustre essential oil Autllor: Mikhallova. N. 5.. Konpvalova. 0. A.. Zakharpv, P. /., Rybalko. K. S. Location;V$es._ Neuehno-Issl*d. Inst. Lek. Rast „ Mosc_o_w. USSR - Sectlon: CA062002 Pubi Class: JOUqNAL . Journal: knim. Prln, Sceein.CoGen: KPSUAR Pub1/ 76 Issue: 2 Pages! 212-15 Lan0ua0e: Russ Identifiers: cyclocolorenone Latlum oil, CA06910079371R -- ' - Oeterm,nation of polycyGllg aramat/ei hydeoter¢ons/n atmospheric particulate matter by gas-chromatoqrapny-mass spectrometry and hiqhnpressura liquid chromatography Autnort Thomas, R. S., Lao, R. C.. Wang, 0. 1.. Robinson. D. , Sakuma. T.Locatlunc Enyiron. Prot. Sare., Fish. Environ. Canada. Ottawa. (3nt. Section; CA059001. CA073XXX, CA080XX% Publ Class: JOURNAL Journai: Cancinop. r Compr. Surv. Coqen: CCSUDL Puol; 78 Series: 3 Issue: Polynucl. Aromat. Nyoroearb_ons Paoes: 9-19 Ioantlfierst polyeyGlie arom hydrocarbon oet6 particulate. gas phromato9 polyCyCliC erom hydrocarbon. liq chromato4 polycyctic arom hyGrocarpon,mis_s spectroscopy polycyCliq aran - hydrocarbon
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AaSTRACTS American Review of Respiratory Disease . .August 1978 v. 118, no., 2, p. 265 7REGIONAL LUNG FUNCTIQN'IN `` ASYMPTOMATIC CIGARETTE'SMOKERS Seaton, Douglas Ogilvie, Colin M. ,~ Regionall pulmonaryventiluion and perfusion were studiedd in the supine posture usingg xenon• 1333 in 10 as1•nnpromatfc eigarettee ssnokerswith, normal chest ndiographsand no evidence of large airway obstruction. Thr resultz were compared with those obtained in age-matchedd controlsub-_~ jects who were lifelong; nonsmokers. The vent il'ation ofthe upper zones of the lungs was signifrcant-"y ly less than thatt of the lower aonesin smokers bur noo im control! . subjects, and perfusion of the upper zones of the fungs was significantlyy greater than that of the mid-zones isti control subjects but not in smokers. It is suggested' thatt the upper, zone abnormalities found in thee group of smokens were consistent with the ddvclopmcnt of early cmphysema. Chemical Senses and'Flavour July 1978 v. 3, no. 2, p. 183 SMELL ILLUSIONS AND SUGGESTION: REPORTS OF SMELLS CONTINGENT ON-TONES PLAYED ON TELEVISION AND RADIO OtMAHONYr M. Absrtacf: During a television show about the chemical senses, viewers.were played a tone which,, they' were told; was of the same freqUency.asihe frequency of vibration of molecules of an odorous substance. They were told that the tone would eause.them to experience a smell that was a pleasant country smell. Viewers responded with many reports of smelts including 'hay' and"grass' as well as reports ofattacks of Aayfever and sneezing..The uxperimenrwas repeated on the radio with two separate(ones and a period of silence explained as an.ultra!Aigh.frequency tone which was not consciously audible tiut still having effca. 'Smell' responses were obtained for all threelones. Several expLMations were discussed; including three possible suggestion mechanisms: criterion change by suggestion,., signal generation by suggestion and suggestion of verbal! framework. . . . M17CHELC, Betty Jn. - 023:1'1 Cn±t'enull)'sis of bbrary (uncriuns :.a total' s)'stuns approach 1 B.nty Ju. Mitcliell, Norman E Tanu, Jack Ieffe. Urecnwich, Cunm. ; Jai Pnss, 1978: p..cm. (Foundations in library and infnrmztionn science ;, v. 6) Includesmdca. (Z6g.i.Al67j 77-2110I6BN 0-89232-072-9 : fib.tido.: 22:50 1. 6i:vary fras+rcc f. LtYuary adminisvstiun: ACost an•nunrinp' L Tam.S A7,rman E., 19?A Joinr authw. LL.' JafYe,,.Jack;JuinP, author. /Ll.' Trtle: 1V• Seiite VOLr 8, N©a.ll,'$EPTt 15. 1978 SERIALS,msn.igemenrand686.47 - snicrolorms: aa readerI edited by Patri.ix 6t. Walsh. Westpon„ Cmm. : Microform Rn•iew .. Inc., [1978j p. em. (tficroform revien•sericsin library miirugrapbics manr.eemcnt ; 4), IncluJcs indes. Biblineraphy: p, J7.092 \15S76) 7tl-13179 ISBN 0917672-11-4 : 17.W 1. Perirvikalt im +nii:n,fivm-dddres~atg e.ttayc kctures ]. d'iburicv-Spr:i.il cNJrer,inns- Micrn(nrrns-AdirnscR c•ssal:r, kctnrcc J Scrials cnntrn! sJ:ucnrs-rldJnzrc.a. ccnJ:a, lcctures. l.I/SJ.dh, P•irrieia kl, 1947- IL Tirle. 111. Strrirs, W
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j NEWS BRIEFS The Wa11 Street Journal August 18, 1978 ',:p. 1 SIGNALING SMOKERS CIGARET-SAFETY REPORT -_STIRS SUDDEN INTEREST IN LOWEST-TAR BRANDS 0:::p t.~, - f ~- . . rN'i- I . ... LONG-I , GNOT2ED CARLTONS GET INTENSE STUDY BY RIVALS, `MAY FACE COMPETITION BIG CHANGES IN ADS LOOM Sease, Douglas R. . et3Jf SCpU/ter0}THE WAFl•aTEEErJOeRHAL. For years. Carlton cigarets have been . ptettymuchof a joke.to cignreC.smokers. :.a., ~. , The American Tobacco Co.. brand with ... the loact tar and nirntine of any U.S. cigaret . -also seerns to have the: least taste•. Other .. -:= companies have generally ignored it, assum• . ._ittg that Carlton's 1•3S5 share of the market -' consists mostly of smokers trying too quit. But suddenly, because of a widely publi• ~`i czed government report'last week.that was -. especiallyfavomble to Carlton,. everybody ..•. fn the cigaret industry is scrutinizing thee ul• , ~tn-fow-tarmarket..Companies.have sent re• aearchersout topoBo thousandsofs smokers -about.Carlton, and the results could have a. _ big fctpact onn thehighlycompetitive and , ~ tvpidly changing cigaret industry. Possible Ramifications -As. American, Tobacco sharply Ihcreased . QrlYon ptoduction to supply millions. 01 - smokers prompted by the new study to try the brand, securities analysts and industry ..:: offici:ds were projectingfhese.possible rarn- ~ ~ ificatians r ~ .. . . ' Gp~: 6b e •-.-17ggettroulhc.osexperlmen• tal brand called! Stridee scoredmnearly as well ~:ssCarlton In thestudy, may commit'Stride . . Oo thee market soon~ in aa possibly lastditch .-:-:.. hfortto stay in the cigaret business-. . -PldlipIforris Inc.,.which was prepar• -.' Ing to tesna new low.mr brand'called Ba.sic, .~rnaynwve more quitkly to put it on sale aGonwida ..:~.~...~.., ..'..~.... . ~-Cigaret advertising,~, already focusing _ morethanin the pasr an tarratings, . is likely toetnphasize compamtive tarr content . evenmore.despite.theriskthatsuchadver tlsing may incmase.smokers' worries about the.healilvdangers of cigarets. -Cigarets' average tar ratings, which have fallen to about 15 rNlligrants from 42 miliigramsin the 15Les. probably will dtop further in coming months. •Overalf,.says Jeffrey tSeingarten, a.to-~ haccosecuriacss analyst't at Gohiman.. Sachs' & Cn,.ln 1:ewYork, "ifif looks Eke C•vl• I bn's going tao start mac•ing:. everybody's; going tn, be Inn there irying forsorne oftlie sctWa" Some Key Impressions 1 Carlton's leap into the spotlight results ~ fmmowidespread news'cover.tge about the ~ report by Cio & Gorl, deputydirector of the National Cancer Institute's eauses-acd'pre- vention division; on "tolerable levels" of '. smoking for various cigarett brands. AI- -~thhh lh oug te report wasaced wit qualifica- dons, newspaper articles and television re- :.Sports.left: much~of the public with a,couple ~ '. of fundamental impressions: that some ciga• . .' retsare relatively safe to smoke in limited quantity, and thata smoker may puff slightly more than apacknf Carlton menthols a day without measurable health risk. , - (Carlton cigarets-both regular and men- . :thol'-range from one milligram to less than - h alf, amillia am of tar. Their nearest com- . petitor-Now cigarets, made byR.J: Reyn- ' olds Industries, Inc:-scored nearly as well ` as Carltons, but that . may have been a fluke- Now's tarievel recently was doubied totwo `~milligramsfront one, and'd it's possible that MGi hddddi i hi , .r.:ora use the oatate versonns Industry anaysts.sayttiarbecause of the Geri report', ultra-low-tar cigarets are going .- to geb their biggestt trial ever, among amok• . ers- The anaI'}sts predict thaCat least 10% .- of the nation"s63 million smokers will try Carlton in the aftermatbof the report. Rich• ard. Stinnette„ assistant to.o the chairman of American Brands Inc., whose American To• - Daccoo division makesCarltons, says sales of . Carlton menthols to wholesalers anddiatrib- utotsweraup 1215e in the week ended! yes- ~: ferday from the~~.previouse a•eek- ~ Industry Plessed . . ~~ The cigarett indhstrytook special' delight ht the Gori report for sever3l reasotu. Buf- -feted for years.by adverse health findings. thetndustry finally got some relatively fa--vorable news on the health issue. Fhrttkr• tttore, iCcame in the.form ofa government study, at a,tinte when Health,.Education and. - Welfare SecretaryJosephCalifano: is wag• ingall-out war on cigarets. Also, it was Ls- suedshortly after publication of an Ameri- ,can Medical ASsoeiation,study-paid for by' the tobacco companies themselves - tttat' strengthened the links betweenismokingg and' sucfiilhwsses,as lung cancer and heart dis- _ ease:. . . . . The big question within the Industry Isbowmany of those:sampling Carlton or Now wilf decide to~ switch too ant ultra.low,tar brand'. Removing tar from a cigaret also re• moves much of the taste.,Some cigaret ex-ecutives are bettingt.hatsmokets won'rlikeMrlton or Now enough to stick with either brand. Healtftresearchersadd that a smoker who cuts tar and nicotine.consump•tlontta precipitously Isn't likely to stay at the.lower level!because.of the sudden drop ia satisfaction:
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C O r 1 .:.c O fi) :. . .. . Print 7/2/1-20 BtALOGFtls4: CA CDNBENS/CASIA 77-78/y0l 89(10)-. (COPP.Am. Chem, See )(Item.1 of -;.20) Usert906, 6sep7B CA08910080t68M_ • ~ i~~V ts W' - "' , 11 Formulat,onan0 stability stuaies of piperaiine Cltrate solution Author; E1-5nater, S. L.. Ghourab. M. M., Zakl, S. A., Kassem, A. A. . ' Locatio+f Fac, Pharm., Cairo Un1v., Cairo. Egypt . .. Section: CA06300S Punt-Class: JOURNAL - Jaurnal: Bull. Fac. Pharm., Cairo Univ. Co0ent BFPNAB Pupt: 77 Series; 14 Issue; 2 Paqest 215-30 Meeting Date: 75 IOentifle•rs: piperazine Citrate soln stabilization, glycerol plperazine citrate soln itabilizatlon, sorbitol pIp_e_raztne Citrate "ln stablllzatlon - CA009100001507 Additives for pharmaeeutlCal dosaqe forms from Philippine rav materials ' Autdore Nanelo. Gloria D„ Garcla, Estetlta N.,, Chua, Modesto i., Flores. Evelyn - Lopaliom: Uniteo Lab.,Int., Pasiq, Philippines Section: CA063004, CA062XXX, CA027XX%,CAOIIXXX Publ Class: JOJRNAL Jaurnal: NRCP Res. :Bul1. Coden: NRBUDO Publi 77 SeFies(32 tssuet 2 PaOest 192-214 coCnU fiers: neohesperidin dioydrpchaleone saccharin Sweetener, Citrus naringin neohesporidin dihydrochaicone sweetener ' CAP89100801292 - Use of alkyl-Substltuted 1,4-dloManes at perfumes Author: Conrad. Jens. Scnaper, Ulf Armin,-Bruns.Nlaus tocation: Cer. -Sectlon: QA06t005, CA02BXXX Publ Class: PAT Journat: Gcr. Diten, Cotlen: GNXXBX Publ: 700105 Paqcs: 15 pp. . IJentilicrs: methylC/oxabiCyetooodecane perfuml, dlo.ane altyl deriv perfume Patent No: 2629000 Apptlq Not 2629000 ' Date: 760628 Class: C070319/10 ' Ass/0neet Henkel k.-G.a.A, C_AOB910080114R . - Fi.atlo'. ofperfumes - tne current state of knowledge Autno. Jellineh, J. 5tephan ,. Location: Ora9oco G.m.p.H., Nolzminoen..Ger. . , Section: CA062000 Pupl Class: JOURNAL_ Journal; Parfuom, 'xbsmet, Coden: PAKOAL Publt Series: 59 Issue: 6 Paqes= 183-8 Lanquaqet Gar Identifiers4 perfuine fixation review . Y = oosxzo4o CA08909075280N '-' 2-(.om,rqo,,.ome0a,-Dlaikoey- or ilkylenedloxy-alkyl)-3-met" yl-2-CyGlopenten-l-ones Author: ityo. Shunel, FUJIta, Akira. Iwaieoto, MlnOru, Furuhata, Akimicnl, koqaml, Kunlo Locationt Jnpan ' ' Section: CA024004 Publ Ctasst PAT Journal: Japan. Koka/ Codeni JKXXAF Pubtt TBS112 Pages: 12 pp. - . Identificrs: perfume CyClopentenone. pxpalkanat aqetal. pyGlization Patent No: 78-05143 App11C NO: 76/7892/ Datet_ 760706 - - Cless: C07C49/58 . Asslqnee?-HaseOawa, T., Co.. Ltd., CA00909074706U _ Sweet'taste sens/tlvity In Japenese •seeoues . Author: Sn10. Masayasu, NiJi, Yasutako, Itp,<-' Hlro6uml, Imoto, Tashiak/- -- `1 --- - Loeatlon: Dep. Physloi..Xumamoto Univ. Med. SCti..' Kumamoto. Japan SeCtioo: CAO1B013, CA013XXX Publ Classi CONF PRBC Journal: Chem. Senses Nutr, Coden: 38KVA8 Publs 77 1'/ PaOes: 327-42 r Publishlr:•ACademiC Addresst New Yprk, N. Y Avall: karo, Morley R.; Maller, Owen --•Identiflers: sweet taste nerve tongue prote7n` CA08909074514E.' ~ The cevelopmentof flavor preferenees /n humans. A revfew . Author: 0e.wGhamp, Gary K., Ma11er. Dwen ' .. . . . . . . .... . . . . . Locationl Moneil Cnem. Sons. Cent... Univ. Pennsylvanla. Pn11atlllphia, Pa. Sectlon: CA01800_0, CA013XXX Publ Classt CONF PROC Journal: Chem. SensesNutr. Codent38XVAB Publi 77 Paqes: 291-31t Publisherp A6ademiC Addresst New York. N. Y Avail: Xare. Morley R.t xaller, Owen Ioentifteri: revle+ taste flavor preference ._
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~ NEWS BRIEFS l-_. ------ 'Gzeensboro Daily News .'September"8, `1978 p. A2 DOCTORS SAY SMOKE IN AIR NOT 'HARMFUL WASIiIIQGTfIN (AP) - Some medical -witiiesses told congressmen from tobac- co-producing states Thursday that ciga- ' rette;_smoke iss not harmful to nearby „---~ 1'hey saidd no scientific proof exists ;-'thab can.linkatmospheric cigarette smoke to lung or heart disease in people whoinhale some of thee fumes. . ,'Rep. WaltW$.. Jones D-N:C.,chafr- - puri ofthe House tobacco subcommit- .t'tee; who~ held! a one-0ayhearing into the ~-'Issue, said hels concerned over growing ;.'.localand govemmentaU efforts to ban ' smo.kingin public places. '~Meanwhile, the Ctvill Aeronautics ~' Board on T'hursday postponed action on 'a proposed rule to~ ban cigar and pipe . : ~ smoking on mmmercialiairliners. 5=' The board„reduced to threemembers~. >!,hy retirements, saidd it wants to defer a <;lvote until it hasa I -fuBfivemembers. _-.That may bean- , other month or more. .. "There Is a small group of vocal non-smokers°who have aspecial Interest In trying too cnnvince: people~that'~ environmen- :.tal tobaccosnoke~oues : healh trh~"~said~Dn Edwin R. Fisher„ a pathology professor at the University of Pittsburgh. w. `. But, he said, "there Is a lack of scien-~ ~ ' ~'.tific information incriminating atmos- pheric tobacco smoke as a health :.harard-' . .. • A study published in the July issue of ~ theNew England Journal of Medicine -` concluded that breaththg the air in a~-roomful of cigarette smokers can bee dangerous for people with heart disease. The study was conducted at theveter- -- ans Administration Hospital in,llong, -: Beach, CaliL It foundd that menn wila. . heart trouble could not exercise asaong. .. as.usual after they sat in a.room with people smoking cigarettes. It also report-- ed that some of ihemenalsohad prema-ture.ventricular heart beats„a disorder _- assoeiated with sudden death, ';VOL. 8, Wa. 11, $ERT. 1''S, 1978 ,. FFisher said people iocreasingly are' ~ ' :auffering from "smoke-aphobia and can- ,.cer-aphobia" - an.intense fear of.ciga- ret'rtes and cancer. He,said this '.: apprehension is being fed by some scare , books and newspaper headlines. :, ' Da SuranneKnoebel; a research pro-fessor at the Indiana University School ~.rofMedicine in Indianapolisalsodis- :~counted any link betweenn cigarette ';smoke and diseases of'non,smokers . rt ; t : ;+ i ;i. Greerasboro Ddi1x News September 2, 1978 -.p.'.A3 " CANCER AGENT FOUND IN BEER ~'. "~--*wASHINGTON(AP).-Pteliminarychemiral,:ests :-.`ln3icate thatt minute traeesof nit3osamines,, a potent ~ ''eancer-causiogg agent, may bee present in some.beers, the .' ,-:IJ.Sr Brewers Association said Friday. :'.Phebrewing industry fscondWctings more teststo. '' see lf beer does eontain anynitrosamihe compounds ' -~and, if necessary, it will'.try toider.tifytheirsource and, .~ -ieliininate them, the association said- .... ,- ~ y.The brewers stressed that it was not'kr.own wheth- ~'er the-minute amounts found,.about two.tothreepartv. ., ..~er~billion, are harndui to anyone.. .- '.=-`-.Nitrosamainesoccurs in foods and are created natu, ':rallywithih the body when nitrites combine with chemi- ., : calscallcd aminesor amides. The government recenily.., announced that it suspects nitrite itself may cause can, .. ' ' The.brewers, ina prepared statement, said they un• ~lertook the testingafterleaming about.unpubbshed re- ' ~. eaCch in Europe that suggested that "miniscule : unts.of a, nitrosamaine compound appear to be pre- ~ sent in some European beers at levelsof about two to, . 'three parts per biBion." .. . Lab tests that tiegan two weeks ago provide prelim. - 7nary evidence that "similar minute amounts eff about . iwo~to three parts per billion may be present insome-. ., (domestic) beers," bukt the testing procedures "stilt mustbecompletedand.verified The names of the tested . beers were-note released. "The effect on health of,nitrosaminecompounds at .- . these low levels is not known," the association said'.,.d adding there was no medical!evidence to date that these levels were harmful too humans. . • - TheAgriculture.Department currentlyis.trying to+lower the amount of sodium nitrite allowed in bacon because nitrosamines are formedt whea bacon is fried.. A representative oflhebrewers group, who:askednotto be identified, said it will probably take two- o months too get anyturther resalesfrom: the "exquisitely '' . ;refined"analysis tests,. ...,._.-,::..,_ ,,..,W;...,,,.,._, ...,g.. y:,
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Print 6/2/1-26 ' 1080 DIALOG eilea: CA cDNDENS/CAStA 77-78/VaL 88(IO) (OoPr. Am. Chem. Soe.j (ltem I of 76) user190a 5seo78 Class: D04N1/42 Country: US , - AsstOnee: Celanese Corp. CA00910080713K . . Chanqes of membrane electric resistance and_ eceurrence of dissqciat,on of water py tne treatmrnt of giving low permcnbility of blvalent lons to eatlon ,•xchanOq,membrane. V. Low parmeabillty -- trtat-ment of bivalent _.ion _ s fn elaGerotllslytlo con ont,•ations using ion exchange momorane Autnon: fanaka, Yoshino0u Location: Cent. Res. Inst.. Japan Tobacco Salt Public Corp.. Yokqnama, Japan - - - - Section: CA0G6000, CA076XXX Publ Class: JOURNAL Jaurnal: Nippon Kaisu/ Gakkaisht Coden: NKAGBU Publ? 77 series: 31 Issue: 3 Pages: 123=7 - Language: . Japan ipentifiers: cation exchanger membrane resistance, Oaleium peeaeaolllty exchanger membrane resistance, waten d{ssoen Cation e.enanger menbrane, olectrotllalys/s cation excnanger membrane,hex0dfinetnrine bromide treatment exqnan0er membrane CAOd90907i8¢8Y A Stutly Gn tn0 correlation between so_11 fertility status and quality at oifferenl varieties of tobacco grown In-som6 Ranguur sa/ls of Bangladesh Aut4or: Anmetl. i, U.. Fa/i, S. M, A., Aiem, M. S. - Location: Oco. Soil Sbf., Dacca Univ., Dacca. Bangladesh Section: CA01900A Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: Nucl. Sci. Apol.. Ser. A Cooen: NSAABY Pub1: 77 - Series: 8-.9, Pages: 14-23 ' Identifiers: tobacco fertilizer, nutrlent.tobaccp quallty, 5011 fertility tooacc0 C_A08909074823E Effect of nolybdenuT on vlruStike symptoms On tobacco plants and Rr/A transformations In tobacco leaves - Aulnor: Noilowska. Aniela Locatlon: Akad. Roln,. Krakow, Pot. Section: CA0i9004 Puol Class_: JOURNAL Juurnnl: Zesz. Probl• Postroow NaukROln. Coden; ZPPRAW Pupl: 78 Series: 198, Pages: 181-209 LanOuage: Pot Ioentifiers: molybdenum tobacco Chlorosis RNA motab CelluloSe ether-contalning. sheet-form Section: CA01I007 Fubl Class: PAT Jo urnal: Netn. Appl. Coeen: NAXXAN Publ: 780010 CA08909073052R Nbn.OVea fibrouS, mater,al Locatioit USA Pag.•s: 30 pp. IoentlfierSt tObaCCG Emohe filter cellulose Patent No: 77 1079S Appt/c Na:730039 £ssztoo© Date: 761006 CA089090730510 ' Ptantcollo containing tow-medium Cotponents Author Kato,, Yo, jlJlma, Masaakl, Mune, Yoshlhike, No0uahl,' Ma_sao Kpwazoc,.Sadatsu0u. Tsuji. Kezunasa LoCatfo.: Jupan Sectiot. CAOt1007 Publ Class: PAT Journal: Japan. Kpka/ Cotlan: JNXXAF Publi 780320 Pages: 5 fip• Identifierat cell pulture medium eiement, tobacco Callus cell culture - - -- - - Patent Nq: 78 29991 Applfo Not 76/102197 llatel 760828 Class: C12K9/o0 -- Assignee; Japan Monopoly Corp. - CA08909073036P Effect of phytohormones, ruttn, and phenylalanlne on the mGrphoOenesis of excised buqsand calluses of Ttaoe=ond tobacco plants Author: Drlvrlna, T, V„ Paulet. P„ Ahsenova, N. P_,. Konstantinova. T. N„ Challakhyan, M. Kh. Location: K. A. Timlryazev Inst. Plant Pnys/ol., Moscow. USSR Sectio,Y CA011007 Publ Classt JOURNAL Journal: Fiziol. Rast. (NOsco.) Cptlent FZRSAV Publ: 79 Sen/es: 25 Issue: 3 Pagesl 600-2 Language: Russ Itlentlfiers: tobacco Culture mOrphogenlSls ptlytonGrmOne rutin phenylalanlne CA08909072907N Use of a-aminoe3.5,6ntrlehlorop_ICOli_nl_e s_e1d as an auxin source In plant tissue culturea--- -.-Authort Collins. G. B.. Vian. W. E.. Phillips. 6. C. Loeatlpn:Dep, Agron,_, Un,v,Kentucky, Lexington, Ky. Section: CAOt1003 - Publ Class: JOUIINAL Journal: Crop Scl, Codcn: CRPSAy Puult 78 Serlest 18 Issue: 2 PaOes: 206-8 Identifiers: picloram auxin culture Trlticum, soybean tissue culture picloram, tobacco tissue culture picluram, Cnnavalla tissue culture pielaram -
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00 • O . N N . C)3 DIALOG FIle4: CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-76/VOL 89(t0) (Cepr. Am, Chem. Spo.) Iltem 23 of ` 491 User19f16 6sep76 eheomato0. malathion Dotuaa Ohr0sat00. CA08909074265Z . - chromatog. rubberanalys/s chromato0 Gds-llquitl Ohromato0raphlD determination pf nltrate'and nitrite in cheese. pam. flsh sausaqe. cod roes, and salmon roes Autnoet foyo0a. Masatake. SuLUlil.-8'Nldeyo, . Ito, yeshlo, Iwaida. M3saniro ' :Locatiol. Natl. Inst. Hyg. Sc1 Daeka, Japan . Seotion CA017001 Pu?1 Claas: JOURNAL Journal. J. Assob. Off. Anal. Chem.Cooeni, JANCA2 Pucl: 78 Ser/es: 61 Issue: 3 PaOes: 508-12 lyentifiers: nitrate detn food, food nitrate detn. nitrlte` dltn food. gas cnrpmatoo nitrate nitrite . CA00909074261V 5pme criticat r_emarka on the opt_imum resolut/on to u_s_e In trace- a•.elyeis of nltrosamines rlth combined gas enrwnaloq.•apny and mass spectrometry . - Authpr: Stpphany. R. W. LOcation: Lao.'Chem. Anal.foodstuffs.. Natl. Inst. Publlc Health. B.Itboven, Noth. Section: CA017001, CA004%s% . Publ Clesst CONF PROC Journal: Proc. Int. Symp. Nitrite Meat Prod.. 2nd Codent 3B1LA2 Publ: 77 eaqesp 239-48 Meetin0 Oate:_ 76 PyDlisher: Cent. Agric. Publ. _ Documentation Addressi Waq~ninqe'.. Neth Avail: Tinberqen. B.. J,0 Nrol. B:Identiliers: nitrosamine oltneroat. ..• gas chromatog nltrosamine, mass spectroscopy nitrosamine CA08909074258Z Oelermh)alio_n of polypropylene glycol extracted from polydicrs into food-simulating solvents Author: Rnmstao. Tore. Nestrick, T. J.. Stehl. R. H. Locatioa: Dow Cnemicaf USA, Midlan0. Nich, . Section: CA017001, CA037XXX Pubt Class: JOURNAL Journal: Anal. Chem. Coqen: ANCHAM Pubi: 78 Serlest SO Issue: 9 Pages: 1325-7 Identifiers: polypropylene Olyeol packaging fo0d, pes Ohromato9 glycol CA08909074257y Coupled column ctlromatogra_phy, eemploying exclusion and a reversed onase.- A potential general approach to sequential an_alysis Autnore Johnson, E. L.. Gloor. R.. MaJors. Ronald E. _ _ Lecatioq: varlan Aerograph, Walnut Crlek, Cailf. . Section: CA017001. CADOSdRU. CA03BR1{X Pub1 CIaSS: JOURNAL Journbl: - J.- -Cnromatoqr. Cotlent JOCRAM Pybl: 78 5_e_ries: 149. Pages; 571-85 Identlfierst axCluSion C%lumn Ohromato0., reversed phase 9o8Ztooo CA089090716912 A simple nnd rapid procedure for the gas Chromatographic determination of inethyimerCury In blolbqieal samples Author: Cappon. Chris J.. Smith. J. Crispin Locatlon. Lnviron. Health SC1. Cent.. Univ. Rochester Sch. Med. Dent.. Nochester. N. V. Section: CA004001. CA017%%% Publ Classt JOURNAL en_: BE_CTAS_ Journall Oui1. Environ. Contem. Toxicol. Cod_ _ Publ: 78 Series: 19-Issuet 5_ Pages: 600=9 Identlfiers:_ methylmercuryenalysls Oas - ehronato0. ethylmerturyanatysls Oaa p/tromatod. gas Chromat00 atkylmercury analysis- - - - CA08909071687C Trace analysis of polar and spolar N-nltrosn compounds.by Combineo hlqh-performance liquid chronato0raphy and thermal energy analysas Author: Fine, D. H.. Rounbehler, 0. P.. Silver0lelp. A.. Ross, R. Lopatlont Thermo Electron Res. Cent.. Waltham. Md. Section: CA004001. C_A017%%% PuDI Class: CONF PROC Journal: PCoc. tnt. Symp. Nitrite Meat Prod.. 2no CoOent 381LA2 PuU1:77 -PaOes: 191-8tleetin0 Date: 76 Publisher; Cent. AOrlc. Publ. Documentation Adpreast Wageningen, Ncth -- Avail: Tinberqen, B. J.t Krol. B ldentlfiers: nltroso compd deth Chro*ato0 thermal anal CA089090706410 Determination 0/ serum natlotol tavels by GLC-sslscted lan monitoring mass spectrometry: comparison v/th a spectrofluproi0etrle method Author: Funkl. Ph111ip T... Malley. Mary F.. Ivesnklv. Eugene . Cohen, Allen 1. Location; Dep. Anal: Res.. Squibb Inst. Med. Rea.. Prlncet_o_n N J . . Z t Publ Classt JOURNAL Sectlon: CA00100 _ Journa 1: J. Pharm. -Sct. Codan: JPMSAE PV41t 76 '-1 .,r _ Series: 67 Issue: 5 Paqes: 653-7 Ioentlfierst nadolol pas_ chnomatoq mass_ splCtrometry. btooG Mtlolol oetn D ~ D .r~ -O ~.:.' m-.
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{ O r Ir VI • ~-A L0 V QO DIALOG f11e41 CA CONDENS/CASIA 77-78/VOL 89108) (Copr. Am. Chem, Soc.) (Item 23 of 37) Usar1906 238u078 CA08907059439C A simplified method for determining sprout-Inhlb/t1n0 levels of enlorpropnam tCIPC) in potatoes Author: Corsinl, Dennis..Statlknecht. Oilbert, Sparks, r Yalter Locationt Res. Ext. Cent., ARS. Abledeen.'_Idaho Sect/on: CA01700i, CAOOSXXX Pool Ciessl JOURNAL Journal; J. Agric. Food Chem. Coden: JAFCAII Pubt: 7B Beries:20 Issue: 4 Pagest 990-1 Identlf:e[s: Chlorpropnam detn potato, gas chromatog Chlorpropham CA089070594341 Journal: J. Am.011 Che_m. Soc.Codan: JAOCA7 Pub1i '78 29 Issue: 5 PaOest 233-6 Lan9ua0et Ital Series: 55 Issue: 5 Paqes: 482-5 Identifiers: sorbatebcnzoate detn food, rlna sorbata ldentlflerst mayonnaise volatile Chromato9, odpn.mayonnalsa . benzoate tletn, beverage sorbate penzoate detn, qhromato9 detn- - - sorbate benioate, mayonnaise sorbate ben2qale datn Analycis of neutral volatlleS of mqyanna/se by direct gas Chrom.ato9raphy and mass spectrometry Aut"or: Fore, S. P., Legendre. M. G., Flsher, G. S. Local/o-i: SRRC, APS, Nmr Orleans, La. ', Section: CA017001 Puol-Class: JOURNAL ' CA089070594261t 'Analyti-al study of o1/ve a/l sold In Granada and selection of analytical methods for the detection of adulterants. SI. Gas cnrowatoq^aphy Author: Lataro,f., Garcle-Vlllanova, R. Location: Ocp, Bromatol. Toxicol, Anal. Oulm., Univ. Granada . Granada. Spain Section: CA017001 Pool Clesst JOURNAL Journal: Ar6 Pharm. Cooent APHRAN PYbli 77 Sarlest 18 Issue: 3 PaOes: 305-10 Languages Span Identlfiers:: olive ol1 edulteratlon test CA089070S8474V - Porous polymer trapping for G_C/MS analysis of vegetable flavors Autnor: Boyko, Alayne L., MorOan, Max E.. Llbbey. Leonard M. LoCalidnt Dep. Food Scl, Teehnql., Oregon State Un/v., Corvallis. OreO. Section: CA017001 Pool Class: CONF PROC Journal: Anal, Foods Bevera9es, (Proc. Symp.) Cetlent 38CVA2 - Pool: 78 Pages: 57-79 Meeting Date: 77 Puollsner: Academio Address: Nar York. N. Y Avail: Cnaralambous. George Identlflers: corn aroma sepn dath. odor Corn chromatog i19zTooo i CA09907058422T ' - Determi.nation of selected aC{dic, neutrat,and besle _natural . products /n cacao beans and processed eoeoa. Liquid Chromatoqraphy with electrochemical detection Author: NenyherCZ. Thomas M.. Kissinger, Peter T, - : Locatton: Dcp. Chem., Purdue Uqiv „ West Lafayette.'Indlana_ ~. SoCtlon: CA017001 Pool Class: JOUqNAL .. Journal: Lloyola Coden: LLOYA2 Publt 78 Serlas: 41, Issue: 2 Pa9est 130-9 - Ioent/fters: cocoavolatlla eompd ehromato0.•:phenoll0 ablp Chromato0 A08907058419% . C _ Determination of mixtures of sorblq'and benzoiC aClds In some foods by high pressure liquid chromatography Author: ClasadontN. M. T., Ctraolo, L.. Calapaf, R. Location: Ist. Marceol „ Un1v, Messlna, Messina/ Italy . Section: CA017007, CA016zx% Pool Classt JOURNAL CA08907058410N - ' "'' ' Determinatiun of Cysteina and qlutethtona In lrult hi0h-qerformanCe liquid chromatography - Author: Sactre, Rolf, qabenstein, Dallas L. by Locatlon: Dcp, Chem „ Univ. Alberta, Edmonton,Albert .' ; Section: CA017001 Pool Class: JOUBNAL Journal: J, AOric, Food Chem. Cooen? JAFCAU Pub11 78 Sertes:-26 Issue: 4 Paves: 982-3 Identiflers:: fruit &ystelne 9lutathtone detn. Chroma_to_9 Gystelne, thldl chromato0, food t111ol Chromatq0 CA089070584120 - Use of hiVh performance liquid ehromatooraphy fbn the identification and estimation of zearatCnone. patuiln and penicllllc acid in food Author: Hunt, David C., eourdon. Ann T„ Crosby, Nell T. Lpcatlon: Lab. Gov. Chem.. Dep. Ind., London, En01. - SectionP CA017001,CA004x1U{ Publ Class: JOURNAL Journal: J. Sc1. Food Agric. Coden: JSFAAE Publi 78 Serles: 29 Issue: 7 PaOest 239-44 Identlfiers: mycotoxin batn food, zesralenona datn f0e0, patulin petn food, penl0dllata detn food ., Journal: Rnss. Chlm. Coden: RACHAC Pobl: 77 Serlest
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'Dr..Daniel Horn, lotmer director of the . Nationttl'Clearihghouse for Smoking and Nealth, says penpfe,whocan't'quit generally are better ofE'smoking, lower-tar ciga:ets. But he adds. "I'm worried that this report ~ . might induce a.lot of,penple to make too big '-a jInap, and they won't be able to stay with _ the eigaret " He recommends no more than a Y0%< reduction.In tar content at one time.. ''-And John Banzhaf,, director of Actionon -,$rttokiog and lkalth„anantismoking group, ~~fearsthat many smokers will get the im- -~ . pression fromt the Gori report that switching ~: to low-tar brands is as safe ass nott smoking 'at all. - • ~l'Youtve gotto~realizethat.the greaoma- ~Jority ol'smokers want toquit~ but can't, and they're grasping at psychological straws," be says. lie adds that children, who would -have been. made ill when firstt smoking a Irigh,tar cigaret, don't face that problem.in !; taking up~smoking with the low•er-tar ciga- s. ....... . . .,._ One company watching closely what hap- pensto Carlton saless is Uggett The exis- lenee.of its Stride cigareT aw experimental brand supplied by the company ta Mr. Cori - . for his tests, first became public knowledge lastw•eek whenit appeared~.with.Carlton and -- . Nownear, the.tap ofa widely published list, based on the Gori.report, of the leasouox- - -laucigarets. .lliggett spokesman says the - company Aasn't decided whether tomarket :. Stride, but he acknowledges that what hap- ~ peasto Carlton.in the next fewmonttis "wiil .-certainly, be a factor" inn the decision. - •- 1. There's some question. horvever,.whether. ~Lggett can risk theoutlay oU 0 million or e ' $30 million.n necessary to introduce Stridpna- an- '. tlonwide. Bugs Baer. a cigaret-securinesan- -alyst at 8. F. Hutton &. Co., in New York who hassaids for sometime.that Uggett probably will, leave thee cigaret business in . the next. few years, doubts thab thee company -wBl'choose to~ spend , so heavily on Stride:.In '. . lhisconnection, , he noteslast.years lacklus- ter, performance of. l.fggett'ss new Decade brand, whiehhas fivemilligramsoftar: ' But Daniel,Provost. fuggei.t's vice presi-. dent forr publie affairs,.says: "The moneys there If management wants to spend it"He acknowledges that Decade may have been toodow in tar for itstime, buradds tha0with the steadyiowering of tar contenta, the mar- kett may yet catch. up with the brand. big- gett firmly disputes Mr. Baer's pridiction that It will abandon the cigaret business. The wmpany, however, soldmost.of its ih- ternational tobaccooporationsin~~ June to~h Pilip bforris. Central Battlefield Although the tobaccoo indiutry deRnes low-tar brandss ass cigaretswith. 15 miili-a lth heitkti - grms oressar, teaves m.ueng. battle is being waged amongbr.tndswith tar . levels ranging, from eighG tols milligratru.. That category includes R.J: Reynold5s . Vatitage;.at 11 mih'igramsprobably the most popular low-tar brand on themarket, and Philip Morris's Slerit, which„aith eight mil- ligrams, is pressing Vantage for the.top.spot among the low tars.. Alsa.in the.rateeoory are ~-inrillard's Kent Golden lJ;.hts. Brown & ` Williamson Tobacco Co.'sKeot Super I,qhts, R J.. Heynonds's Real, and American~ Brands'Tareyton 1Jghts. Philip. Morris has a reputation as an. in- novator among the six tobacco companies. . and the fact that it is preparing to lest-mar- -- ketBasio:. a six-milligram cigaret..indicates .' that,the battle.for the low-tar market may move downward into the six-to-eight-milli- gram range. Indeed, Philip, Morris claims that.six milligrams.is the.lowest tar content possible iI satisfactory tasteis to, . be main- talned. i Lorillard and Lfggett,both of wAich:have entries at five milligrams, dispute that elaim, but tobacco-securities anaiysts don't . regard Lorillard's True or lrggett'sllecade as particularly successful. „ Tar Content to Drop As aresulr of the Cori report. the aver- - ii Ilttai age tar contentn cgaretss amos cern to be reduced in the next several m+mths from the current Mmiilii;rams: Sotne smok- ers who try Carlton will probably stay with thee brand.. Others, while finding Carlton too , weak, are likely to compromise on a lower- - tarcigaret than they have beensmoking. Also, the cigaret companies ean easilyvary ~ tar ratings withinn narrow ranges,. and they maybegjn doing so: - dds ,: A cigaret's tar contentepen on sev- eral, variables: One of the most common wayss to,reduce it is to.ibcrease the filter's density or length and to dilute thee smoke- stream with fresh air, so that the smoker actually inhales less smoke. Wideningg the filter paper so that it covers sameof the to- .. -bacco Inn the cigarerstube also cuts tar -. levels, because thetobacco remainsuns- moked. . . . Tob.uco, too, varies in Its tar content withh leaves from the lower partot the to- bacco stalk having less tar than leavess higher up. Some menthol eigarets have lower tar ratings than the samebrand of O. regular cigarels, partly becau::e tnore.low- . O low- er-stalk tobis usai, hower-stalkk to• ~b.icco doesn't taste as good- but menthol.fla- .. - voring tends lodisgnise that. . N.. ~!7 4T) a
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R~STRACTS American Laboratory August 1978' v. 1&, no. 8, p. 81 A SMALL QUANTITY APPROACH TO LABORATORY ECONOMY & SAFETY Phifer, Lyle H. Matthews, Clayton ,, S AFETY has become one of the first consider- ations in the operation of a Iaboratory..Assur- ing safe operations takes. a significant part of personnel time and the budget ofi most organiza- tions. The emphasis,has previously beemon provid- ing extensive safety'vaining as well as safety equip- ment such as shields, gloves, protective clothing, face masks, chemicall cleanup kits, etc. One is struck by the fact that the safety emphasis has been directed'. toward protection incase of an accident pather than, preventing the accident' in the first place. Chemical-accident prevention is obviously a combination of many considerations,, but for the moment it will be useful to categori¢e the causes of accidents intoseveraliclasses: 1. Chemical spillk from a dropped, bottle or a broken or tipped-over container. '2. Broken.ormisused equipmentS,glassware, etc. 3. Escape of vapors or gases from. the chemical operation 41 The reaction getting out of hand 5. Improper storage or handling of chemicals 6. Improper disposal of chemicals A careful perusal of these factors leads to a rather, interesting conclusion: Most, if not alh are quanti- ty-related. In other words, the possibility of an acei- dent' or the hazard involved is directly related'to the quantity of chemicals' involved in the operation. This observation suggests strongly that the use of' small quantities of chemicals where possible is the ideal approach to l'aboratory safety. ABRDINZ.\DEFI, T..;,RAZEGfIG,.N..: KHALKHALI, Z. Determinatiom af trace elements in cigarette gaperr by neutron activatiom mnalysis. Radioehem. Radioanaf.Lett; 27(1):35.42• Sept. 14, 1976. The concentration ot21 tracaetements irta cigprette paper. (Zig-Zag Paper.Company.,. France) which.isused in making different brands of Iranian cigarettes, has been measured byy neutron-activation analysis, employing a high,resolution Ge(Ci) detector. They include, Na, K, Sc,. Cr, hln, Fe„Co;, Zn;. Se, Bq Sr. Itb,. Ag„Sn, La, Eu+ Gd', Tb, ttg and Th. 1794 VOL. 3, NOa 11, SEPT. 15. 1978' f American Laboratory August 1978 - v. 10, no. 8, p'. 74 i<E ELECTRON CAPTURE DETECTORS AND- - TH7;IR APPLICATIONS TO TOXICOLOGY B ente, H. Bryan '.~ AS CHROMATOGRAPHY (GC) is frequemly applied r'e to the analysis of com pounds that occur at trace levels -in complex. matrices. It is oftem difficult.to achieve complete sep- •"-f aration of these trace compo- nents frorn more concentrated', components of the matrix, mak- ing quantitation very difficult. One solution.to:this problem is to use detcctors that have high sensi- tivity lo the compounds of inter- est and lower (or no)isensitivity to the other sample constituents. An example of such a detector is the electron captured'etector (ECD). World Tobacco July 1978 no. 61, p. 66 ANSWERS' TO MAJOR'QUESTIONS ON'. SMOKING AND HEALTH Att the congress mentionedd above: ' delegates commented that a little booklet. What about Smokinp?' pro• duced by Philip Morris provided a useful briefing, to anyone in the . tobacco industry seeking to present J the case for calmreason when questioned'on smoking and health, It was produced for that. company'S - own employees, bu0 - as the text printed below shows -it is of universal validity and PMM iss under- stood tbbeo happy itt any tobacco business.or organisationn anywhere can make goodl use of its doctrine. KOLTHOFF, ltaak Maurits„ 54] 1894• Treagise onanmlJ4icaJ7hem&qn, /edired by I..S(I KolthoR and Philip J. Ehiny Jd edl. New York : Wilty, (1978-- p. cm. An Intcrscicnce publieation: Qontents, pt I. Theory. and pncliue. .. Includess bibliotraphiesi and index: tQD75.2.K6A1 78-1707ISBN 0W471-4999g-5 : D4.50 l. QAemiirp; Analyr&. l EbinR. Phil), Juliher, J91I joinr,whox /J..TGIe. 0
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ABSTRACTS Nature September 7, 1978 v- 275. m- 60 `;~'~,' INITIATION OF CHEMICAL'" CARCINOGENESIS REQUIRES CELL PROLIFERATION ': ' CELL proliferation hasoften been implidated in the develop-mentof~cancer withchemicals'-'. Supportive evid'ence for this is the observation that several carcinogens that normally do not induce liver cancer in intact adblt animals, especially with a. . single dose, become earcinogenic if administered asa singleinjectione after partial hepateetomy(PH)'. In these conditions, ikt is thought that PHH may act during initiation, presumablyby fixation of some carcinogen-induced DNAdamage: throughreplicauon of the altered DNA.. However,, beeause-carcino-genesis isa multi-step process, aften involving the appearance of severalnewcellpopulationsbetweenaheinitialtargeteellsandi the ultimateeancer''s; it is possible that the regenerativte response of liver following PH could have a major effect on one ~ or more steps subsequent to initiation. Thus, thee use.of a very late end'-point(cancer).makes itdifficu7t, if noet impossible, torelate with any accuracy some very early cvenpto any specific stepinthecarcinogenicprocess.SoltandFarber"'have:recentlydeveloped a new approach to thesequential analysis oF.careino-genesis in ufvo that'.dcliheatesthe first few steps in the processand'is a quantitative assay for initiation of liver cancer. We have used this model to investigate whether celhreplication exerts itss first cffect.oninitiation oronsome later step in the carcinogenic process: AndiB initiationis at least nne site of action, when in the . regenerative cell cycleisa carcinogen.most effeetiveandwhate biochemical events.mighit be involved at this phase ofthe cell: cycle? Nature i. - : August 24, 1978 v. 274, p. 740 EP$TEINrBARR VIRUS.AS THE CAUSE OF A HUMAN CANCER Epsteiny'M_ A. -Dun>;rn's ftrst account oB the malig- . nant lymphonma whichnou' bcarss his name (Burkitt Orit., l: Snrx.. 46, 215;. 1958) attracted little attcntion. fftiw- ev'cr, Burkitt's lymphoma.a soom ac- quired'. outstanding significancr whcn. Burkittt showed thati its distrihutionn in Africw is dctcrmincd'by' climatcc' for, fhefact that the incid'cncee was in- fiueneed bytumperaturcan& rainfadl'l suggested that a, biolugical agent suchh asan oncogenicc virus. wasconccrncd in causatitm (:Burkitt Ilrit. nte(4 .. 1:,. il,, 1019; 19'6;: Nanrrr. 194,232; 1062), although thee original' h)ROthcsis as. tu how this might be has reqµind' rcvision. VOLr 8, tJb. lI. SEPT. 15, 1978 Nature Sont-~mhar 7. 197R v. 275. D. 8 NITRATES AND NITRITES CANNOT BEI ELIMINATEID Sta,-Tbe repurtt that nitritee has induced e~ f 'tiC?'9 ~ - cancer in animals is not: surprising as. .•at. ~x it has long been known to bee mutagenic. The benetits from the use of nitrite as.a food additive may outwcight the hazards -. ,. that it presents as a mutagenn and ' carcinogen. The amounts of nitrite in food either 'naturally' or as additives should. ' obviously be kept' to the minimum -effective: levels: Small amounts of nitrites . and.nitrates are formed by the electric ' discharge of lighting and iCis difficultt to . -'avoid this contaminating drinkingw•ater. .- Nitrate is„however, formed bythe. ._ decomposition of organic matter andl indeed the nitrate used forgunpowder was made. inthisnvay untillthe deposits.of Chiloan.saltpetre became available in the ~ nineteenth century. In eonditionsof poor .. ~. sanitation thee nitrate formed by_ .. "decomposition of organic matter" ineludingfaecal residues uill be a - ° pollutant. In dryrecions thiss islikely to be present inn air asa fine powder and in -. -:moist areas ass a water contaminant. Improvement in hygiene could therefore '~ remove or reduce a carcinogenic hazard. Nitrite is„how•ever; formed inthe iintestine - ~'-byy baoterial action (Tannenbaum; S.. R., .~Fett, D., Toung, V. R.. Land. P. D. 3..'Bruee, tV. R.. Science 200, 1487; 1978)) and it is diffmult to see how this could ' ` brprevented. Nature August 24, 1978 ....v. 274, p. 736 'US PLANS TO BAN THE USE OF NITRITES IN FOOD '~Tnt:. USS government isplannings too introduce agradtml ban on tlie.use of. . nitrites in food,following, the resuitss of studies carried out at the hlnssachu- setts In"itute of Technology indicatingg a'"strong suggcstion"' that nitritcs, arer. earcinogenic. Steps have alteady been taken tqo reduce the use of nitoitcss as preserva- tives, particularly in-eured meat sucIr asbaconand ham, because.of evidence- that, when cooked and caten, they com combine with other chemicals to causee carcinogenic nitrttsamines,...
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. . . . . _ -il;~.. ,. . . LEETE,E!yLEETE,S.A.S. -" Synthesiss of 4-methylnicotine and an examination .. of its possible biosynthesiss from 4•methylnicotinic acidl in Nicotiana tabacum... J.. Org. Chem.. 43(11): -2122-2125, May26,.1978. Condensation of ethyl 4-methylhicotinate witfi,~N-methyl-2-pyrrohdone im the presencee off sodium. hydride yielded'tlhe nicotihoyl derivative 6, which onrt, hydrolysis and'reduction afforded4-methylnicotine. (8)', TAiss nicotine analogue was also obtained from. 4-methylpyridine-3-earbozaldehyde$y preparing the acyl carbanion equivalent 2, which wass added: to~ acrylonitrile. Hydro:ysis of the Michael addition product yielded the ketonitrile 3, which, was hydrogenated too give 4.methylnomicotihe, which~ afforded 8 on methylation. A biomimetic synthesis of 8 involved reaction between 3•methylglutaraldehyde,. ammonia„ and N-meth~f61-pyrrolinium acetate im the presence of air. Optically active 4-methylnicotine: wasobtainedl as previously described by reaction of (-)•(2'S)-nicotine with methyllithium. Theadmihistratione of 4•methyl[4-14C]nicotihic acid (prepared from,ethyl, 63-t~4C]acetoacetate) to, Nicotianaa labacumm plantss did'not result in the formation of radioactive 4:methylhic, otine., 4-Methyanicotine showed no. nicotihe-Gke activity fn pharmacological tests. ., . .. . _ _. . _ . .. , 204f `YA4fAZAKI,WL;SAITO,S;USHARA,69: . - '- Effect of physical prropertiess of cigarette on the: -. +content of carbonyl.compounds in the mainstream .-. .' smoke. 1. Effect of cigarette weight and cigarette .. .. ;-a length. Jpn. Tob. Salt Public Corp. Cent. Res. Insu..Sci. PaP-1I19h29-38,.1977. (Jpn.. Engl: sum.) ,; The effect of weight and'Jength.of cigarette.preparcd from: unbiended Rue-curedd tobacco on.the contents of total :-earbonyl compounds,, formaldehyde, acetaldehydeand acetone in the mainstream smoke: were investigated. , With increasingg the weight of cigarette, the amount of formaldehyde in themaihstreamsmokeper cigarette~ dightly decreased'd while total carbonyl compounds,.. acetaldehyde and acetone increased. The amount of eachcarbonyl compound per.r puff decreased with in- •creasing the cigarette weight. CigareResof 70, 80; 90 and 100mm lenglh, were preparedd fromm the shreds o8 flue-cured tobacco. \t'hemm these cigarettes were smoked 40mm long, the carbonyl compounds in thee mainstream smoke per cigarette decreased'withincreasing; the length of cigarette. When these cigarettess were smoked to the 30 mm length of butt, the amount nfcarbonyl'eom- pounds in themainstream,smoke per cigarette increased with increasing thecigarette length. 'rho amount of each carbonyl compound'per puff decreased with increase of cigarette length. Thissesult was. consistent with the fact thaLsmoking evaluation beeamee milder as.the amount of carbonyl compounds per puff decreased. 1806 VOL. 8. N0. 11, SEPT,, 15. 1978 EUSAHtA,k1.7ISIIIGUROi.S.;;SUGAWARA,S. .- . Comparison o0vapor phase: components of the. smokes from~ lamina andd midrib cigarettes of flue-cured tobacco leaves. Jpn. Tob. Salt Publie Corp,Cent.. Res.. ]nst. Scil Pap. (D19):103-106, 1977. (Jpn.,Engl:sum.) .. . :-11 The compositional difference between lamina.and midrib cigarette smoke were compared. The cigarette smokewase introduced directiy into a gass chromalographequipped with a glass capillary column through a, gas sampler and various.components in the vapor phase were semiquantitatively' determined. Isoprene anddipentene: weree more abundantt in lamina smoke. than in midribsmoke. Other smoke componentss including nitriles did not reveal appreciable difference in quantityy between laminaandmidribsmoke. - 1796 ) BOROS, L. . . . . . . . . . . , Proposal'for the modemization of eigarette-papers" . factory qualifying system. Dohany Ipar. (1):32-39, Jan.(Peb:.1978. (liung., Ehgl. sum.). .. The role of quality properties of cigarette paper in ciga•rettemanufacturing and. quality of finished product i.discussed. The author presentsthe wayy to develop a new quality control system and the investigations connected with it, carried out with Czeehoslovakiamcigarette paper.. The author proposes a qualityronUol system for cigarette , papers whichh encloses the quantities of samples, themanner of sampling, the quality properties, the limits of: , these,thenomihal.percentage of crron and the factors of. receptiomconnected withthem. . .. 2010 BOROS, L. Itecent principles, methods and systems in quality•control. Dohany Ipar (1):13-18; Jan./Feb;1978, The methods of statistical qualityy control and some pro- - tedures in the field of production testing,.receipt of goods and finished-product controll are discussed. Thee author refers too thee eonnectionn between quality control and standardhation: i. e. to the importance oLenterprisestand- ardcreating. The cycle o0 complete quality-regulhtionn inn thee form of qualityaontrol if presented. 2011 . MAK:LEIT, S. - Automatic procedures in tobacco analytics. DohanyIpar (1):B-12,. Jan.lFeb. 1978. Illung., Engll smm), O Tha eutomatieproeeduresusedC reeentlyy in lobaccoana. : lytics are reviewcd.. Aulomatic colornterric analysis has0 been used for the detennination of reducingg sugars, al- 0 kaloid and.starch contents: Theauthors.outliimthe erron, . recovery and comparative evalhatiomof the methods. 1798. N ;:~
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`- ASSTRACTS Chromatographia occ':" June 1978 ;s,, v. 11, no. 6, p. 321 .. A STUDY IN HIGH-SPEED GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY ,' r f Ga'spar, G. et al A computer-controlfed autornatic gas chrornatograph is - descrlbed.!t uses afluidic logic gete as a sampling device., . 'Thesampfeisintroduced'asanarrow6and,.afewmifli- '., milli- secondShort open tubular columns (L < I m)). - with narrow internal diameter (dc< 100 pm) can be uted . to achieve difficultseparations (Al> ?0° ) . ina few seconds. :Thisequipment can,be usedTor physico-chemical measure- ments ass welPas in process controL ..:, .;, ~ ro, .- .,. . . ... dournal of~ Food Sc>_ence , $eptember/October 1978 p. 1405 SCANNING'ELECTRON MICROSCOPY .• . STUDIES ON STARCH GRANULES' OF RED KIDNEY BEANS'AND BEAN SPROUTS Silva, Hugo C. Luh, B. S. 5canning electron microscopic examinations of cotyledons from, redtidney beans (Phuseolus uulgpris:, L) revealed changeson.the surface srarchof granules during germinationof the seeds. There xKre dlstinet' uansformations.of the surface of the granules after the eighth.day ofgermination After germinatibn for LO.daysdhe granuicsappearedao be .,:ryy fragile and broken into small,, irregulhr fragments Observations were also made on starchgranules of cooked dry beans and in bcan Ntyledonsgerminated for 4 days followed! by heatingin~edibleoil at " - 95°Cfori0.min. Tobacco August 4'., 1978 v. 180, no... 16, p.. 29 NITROGEN RATE AND LOW PLANT POPULATION STUDIES WITH MARYLAND TOBACCO McKee, C. G., Maryland tobacco was planted~w7th three nitrogen rates (50. 70• and 90Ibs/acre)',alfourplant popufation levels (3.556• 4,te9:4,978;,and 6;228plantgracre) in a three year study. The higher narogen,rates increased' yleld, value peracreand'.per pound, curcoleal'weight per'plant• total alkaloids;:and total nivogen: Decreasing plant population levels resWted in alower yield per acre and a higheryield'penplant. Comparing 6;223 plants peracre with 3.556 plantsperacre• yield peeaere was redhcetl only 22% with 49°/% fewer plants. Thelower plam popuWation levels also in. ereased green weight per plant. percent cured reaf yield of green plant weight, total alkaloids, and total nitrogen. Duration ol burn ~was lowered with the lower plant population devels. There.were no signihcanl nitrogen nte x plant population level'interactlons. Vo'La 8, No.r 11, SEFTa 15, 1978 Tobacco Reporter' August 1978, p. 50 U.S. HITS RECORD FOR TOBACCO "=_. EXPORTS -.• es ite the east coast dock p 1 r'strTke that distorted the normal trade flow during ~ the last quarter of the year, U.S. _ t b li b d ~ acco exports,c m e to a ree- o ord $1•7 billion in calendar 1977;, volume do s ll htl wa . wn s g y. Exports of unmanufactured tobacco rose 9 percent to $1.1'bil- lion and products increased 19 percent to. $637 million. Like- wise, duty-paid imports of leaf and products into the United , States were up 18 percent to$373 muIIion'. World Tobacco July 1978 no. 61, p. 63 MORE POSITIVE POSTURE ON HEALTH' ISSUE IN EUROPE ° A number of signs point to a new mood in the. tobacco industries of Western Europe oni the smoking and health controversy. In thee face of ever more persistent andl unreasonable demands by anti- -tobacco~ lobbies, both manufac- turers and distributors are startingl . to re-examinee their posture towardss the critics of the industryand; particularly,, towards governments _ which seem so quick to do what the anti-tobacco lobbies demand. VARMA, Ravi, 1936. 543'.085 CbemicaL analysis by' microuave roralionsl r osropr / Ravil Vuma, andi Lawrence W: 'rsh. Suw York. • Wiley. I1978i p. cm. (CAemicallanal)sia; v: 52) a Wii!wlntersclence T blication Includesindex [QD96I\t5V37J 78. 7415 ISBN 0.4TI-03916 0: 19.50 l. Microuasr tp<rtruscop,v. t. HrubcsN laa•rence W:, jointauthoe rLIIr/e:J1l.'Seriex, k
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• ~ABSTRACTS HIROSE,T.lYOSH1IIIKO„S. . Scanning electron microscopic observation.of toban ' sto leaf tissues. Jpn. Tob. S3lt Public Corp. Cent. .13es. lnsk Sd.Pap.,(119):93-95, 1977. (Jpn., Engl.. .. sum,). . The threee dimensional structure off tobacco leaf tissues rvas observed by scanning electronn mieroscope.. Fresh. ` ' kab tissues were fixed with glutamldeAyde, dohydkated fn a graded alcohol, embedded in the.a!coholiby freezing ' . (n liquidd nitrogen and subscquentlyfraetured in pieces. After the critical point dtying by liquidd carbon dioxide„ lachpiecewas coated with gold in an ion sputtering. ' apparatus. It was provedthat the abovee procedure pre- served served well' the original structure of the fresh, leaf, tissues and lhat'mucht infonnational' micrographs showing the'umorphological'characteristicscould be obtained: by - acanningelection microscope. 1792.. ;=:".i . . . .. .. . . .. International Flavours and Food Additives .. • .. July/August 1978 p. 171 • ' INTERPRETATION OF THE SENSORY SIGNIFICANCE OF CHEMICALr,DATA Williams, Anthony A. ''et ., Btfore senaoryinfonnmlun can be relaledlo ehemicall and p/iysical'd[ua it is important to -lmve sensory informaliort nJlick.is.asrnemrirrg- fal as possible. Part 3 of this series of papers describes the use of trnsury descriprive profilc ' procedures for rhis purpose arrd rhr problems of relatbrg such fnforatarion to hedonic assess- ments and consumer acceptance. „„ IN FLAVOUR RESEARCH al SAKUAfA, H:; SHRNOJIh1A, N.;.SUGAN ARA, S. ' .„ Method for the rapid determination of formic and.d acetic acids incigarette smoke. Jpn. Tob..Salt Public -i;Corp. Cent. Res. Ins4 Sci. Pap. (119):107-109i. ` 1977: (Jpn., Engl-sum.) • A method for the rapid andlsimultaneous d'etermicationn off formitandaeetie acidss in cigarctle smoke is described. . Thee smoke condensate of 5 cigarettes collected in a cold'd trap cooled with dry ice-acetone is extractedd with~ 5 mlof' 2:5resodium bicarbonate„ and theextracte iss xashedwith ether and'dichloromuthmre and then dried upsinderp reduced pressure. Tao mllofn-bulltanol,.(.21m1 otbone: sulfuric acid and 2g of anhydrous sodium,sulfatee are added to the dried residue and the misturee is heated a0 100°C for 15min. After.cooling, the reaction mixture is.shaken with lmll of n-pentane and 5m1 of water.,One pl of the pentane layer isanalyzed by glass capillary column gac chro- matography. 1802 4`1 VoLt 8, Wor, 11, SEpTa 15, 1978 A,,: . CHUDIAN, T.; . . . Chemical; studies on aroma constituents of Turkish tobacco. Jpn,. Tob, Salt Public Corp..Cent.. II -. Inst. Sci..Pap. (119):45-92,1977. fJpn:, Engl. sum.) The ackfic aroma eonstituents.of sunrured Turkish.tobac-- ao (iaumir'U) have been studied. Of the 93 acidic'com----' pounds ihvestigated,. 100 compounds are neww in nature and 18 are newtobacco constituents. The 93 compoundt falll mainly into three groups:. fatty acids, aromatieacidt - and terpenoI acids, which appear to be d6rivedfrom ' tmacrocyclic thunbergane diterpenoids. Turkish tohacco^ 1s well knownn for its pleasant characteristioc aromaand utilized as; widely as.burley and Virginia tobacco in.man. " ufactudngcigaretter. Since lhe.acidicfraction of the.ether extract from Turkish tobaceowasdemonstrated to have' almost all of the characteristic"aroma, a comprehensive"investigation of this.fraction has been tarried'outL Tlte-e acidic part.ofan isopropylethes extract frum,cured Turk-- lsh,tobacco was fractionated ona silicic acid colummusingg benxene-melhanol mixture as a solvent. After methyl • eslerification ofeach fraction,reywatedsilicicacid column - chromatography using hexane<ther mixture as a solvent ~ andpreparative gatchromatography fumished93 com- . pounds and their structures were elucidated by ir, uv. mass,, nmr. and' in some instanee by thee syntheses..lfiese93 compounds fall into three groups: fatty acids, aromatio. - acids and terpenoid: acids•. 60fatty0 acids, which ihcluded! 26 saturated fatty acids, 24 unsaturated fattyacids andl. 10 dibasic fatty acids, were identified. 2-blethyl-butanoie. - acid, 3-melhyl.butanoicc acid„ 3•methyl-pentanoic acidl and azelaic acid are major conmponents. Among 12 aromatic acidss which are mainly classified into benzoic acid'derivativesand cinnamic acid derivatives, benzoic acid,, phenylncetioc acidy, 4hydroxy-henzoic acidj. 3,4. dihydrozy-benzoic acid and 3,4-dihydroxy-cinnamic acid are majorcomponents.. 16Terpenoid'. acids possessing characteristic aroma wereisolatede and included 10 neweompounds: 3+isopropyl-6-oxo-2Z-heptenoic acid„ 5-iso- propyl-2-methyl-l-cyclopentene-laarboxylic acid, 3J:-iso- propyb6'•methyl-4 E,. 6-heptadienoic acid, 4f,-isopropyl-7, oxo-2E-octenoic acid, 4F-isopropyl-7.methyl-5F.,7-ocea- dienoic acid, 6@'7isopropyl-3-methyl-9-oxo:3E,7Edeca- dienoic acid„ 6(S)-isoprapyl-3-metyl-9-oxo-2E,4.E-0eca- dienoic acid„ 6(S}isopeopyl-3'•methyl-9&oxo-2Z, 4F.-deca- dienoic acid, G(S)-isopropyl-3-hydroxy-3-methyl-9-oxo-4E- decerioir acid and 6-isapropyl-3r9-diinethyl-2E,7~f:, 9- decattienoic acid. Their structural! similarities such as a presenceof anisopropyl group, the absolute configuration . at the carbon carrying the isopropyl group and the po- sitions of functional group suggesG thatlhey arederived . from a common precursor and their skeletons resemble those off macrocyclic thunbergane diterpenoids which aree abundant in tobacco.leaves. The presence of these terpenoid acids relhted'to thunberganoids suppnrts the assumption that various types of terpenoid acids were formed by the oxidation, dehydration, cyclization and the other.r reactions from thunberganoids under the in- fluence of light and oxygen. during ageing and curink of' tobacco leaves. On the point:t of view that most of elll organoleptical properties of tobaccowere built up In these periods, the degradations of thunberganoi8s to these lrrpenoidl acids: are considered to be closely related to4heformationof tobacco aroniw 1788
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ABSTRACTS FIFSER. Marv: andi FIF_SdR Lduis. Re,eeme for Organii Synthesis, Vot. 6. Fp.viiM765. ItiBN-M4]IQSA]i-7. (N!w Yerk rnd.London: Wdry.lnu:ncisncc, Ionn Wiler and Sons. 1977.) L2n•as., - ARIS, R. hfaaamaG<al b4•dellinp Tcchnfuuc.. (Researe5am Fr.rupseo,aandmarics. Nu:. 24,1 Pp.1?1. ISBN-U-:71-0U41J-5: (tmndon, . MclbournerPltman:19]X.)L7,50: • EWING. Ga4n W. (ediled by). tiMronmenrat Analys(s. (Papers prcsented a4 -th<Third Aneunl Meeting of tM. Fedoatioc.,of Analvdc+I IChemiSrry znd SCectrm. aaopy Societiev. Philade¢hiz,.Pennsnlvnnia~ NL,•enm'er 15-1A,.1976.) Pf.xiii,{)4{.. rdBN:0.12.c5150.fi. (r9ew Yorkn,uf.Lon.:en: Acadamic Press, a Sutavdiary or. HarcourtBracclovanor.ah.PubRahco,l9]]:ISIS.SO•. _ American Industrial Hygiene 'Association September 1978 v.39, no. 9, p.758 DECONTAMINATION'OF AROMATIC AMINE CANCER-SUSPECT AGENTS ON CONCRETE, METAL, OR PAINTED SURFACES'. Weeks:Jr., R., W. et al The present work describes a cleanup protocol for aromatic amine cancer-suspect agents. involved in major or minor spills. Initially the scheme concerns transformation of amines to waterJmethanollsolublc salts and„ifnecessary, a subsequent removal of residual trace amine by conver§ion to the corresponding Schiff base. 77ieprotocol!.assures.qpantitative removal ofthee subject amine. .Loboratory Mandbook ofl Paper and TlrirrLrqrcr Cluomamgraphy. ByJ. Gasparic and J.Churacek. Pp. 362. (Wiley:' New Yorkk and' Chichcster, 1978). C18. TnF blurb on the dusicover of this hook is mosl'revcaling; Fi.rst, it tells us that "e.chausti%ereferences include the latest expcrience andd results frum East European smrccs:"... Yct: 955't: or: the references arr: pre-1974 and VIY;, prc- 1970. which will till mann•y or us wi~thh envy at thoe thought or the very longg hulidaysthee must have:. Secnnd. itt tclls uc that the two authors have alrcadywri~ttdn "Ilive Fk)oks on paper andd thin layer chruntatography' andd onee can. welll hcliccee it from a vicwingg of thi.,theic sisth. work.., . Introductioo to1figF Performance Liquid Chronratograpllv. R. JI Biamil- -ton and, P. A. Scwell• Pp.183: (Chap- man man and Hall: I_ondom Halxted: New 'York, 1978.).f8.. HlGyl performance (or high pressure) liquid chromatography (If(af.C)) is one ot maini'high growth' areas inn modern instrumenlah chemical analysis. Itt is based on the practical realisation. of the theoretical prediction that a spec- -tacular increase in chromatographic eofumnefiiciencycould hc obtained' by a reduction in the mean pardicle size of column packing materialkto the order of10--W pm. This increase could he: tmnslated' into a?0- to 100-fnld • reduction in, analysis time, orr into a~ corresponding improvement in ehroma- tographie separaliom These Iknefitss were obtained only by an incrcasc in operating pressures up~to5000-6000.Ibin-' and usually by a decrease in eRective column load to the microgram scale. Thcsee rcquirementss have been mcl bythc development over the past decade'e of eomplex. (and expensive) instrumentation and'd of~ a series of' new. specially designed. . stationary . . . . ~... phases. il; American Industrial Hygi:ene Association September 1978 v. 39,r no_, 9', p. 772' CHLOROFLUOROMETHANES: THEIR THERMAL,STABILITY IN PASSING THROUGH CIGARETTES Hanst, Philip Lr, et al Tests havee been carried out to determine whether ehtorofluoromethanes~ in air ares appreciablydecomposedy on passingg through lighted cigarettes. Fourier transform infrared' spectroscopy was used to seee if CChF or CHCIF2 might yield COCl2, COCIF, or COFz. None of', thcse decomposition..productswas seen, even though measurement sensitivity was. highenough.toreveal a conversion of one one- thousandth of the starting matcrial.. It is eouclud'edthatchlorofluoromcthanepollutants in room air do not pose any greater healt.h hazard to smokers than to nan-smokcrs. O Q. p- N ~ EJ lb
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" ARSTRACTS . PRYOR, W:A,; TERAUCFIf, K-p DAYIS„W-H-. . Electton spin, resonance (ESR)) study of cigarette amoke by use of spio-, trapping techniques. Euviron. Health Perspect...16:161d7G, 1976. - , Radioa4s could only be trapped in. previously fJtered' smoke. TAree.radicallwcre used:.N-tert-butyl o,phenyl ni; _ - trone: (BPN), dimethyl-5;5 rYt-pyrroline-l-oxide (DSIPO). '.. and, a-(ditert-butyh3,5 hydroxy-4 phenl'q-N-tertbutyl ni± " - . trone (OIfI'6N), Coupling constants (splitting)-ESR of. _' the radicals produced by~ the reaction of smoke radical's.withradical tnps, and the effect of a change in the fengthof pathway between the cigarettes.and.the radical trapp solution showed the presencee of 3typesof signals..li•ype: I signalsindicated the presence of'f oxygenated radicalss which were w mixture off alkoxy. (RO')) andd aroyloxy (ArCOr').radicals. The results did nat make it pnssible to draw conclusions as to the nature of the$ or.Ar.groups in. -. these. 2 oxyradicals; however, considerations based'ond length aflife.suggested that the R'group is probably ter- ..tiary: The II and III si6malss were not radical adduct types.. On.the other hand,, they resulted fsotn.the reaction of. -- amoke (and probably smoke radicals) with BPN, and, showed that smoke may effect oxidation affecting F.elec~ tron. WithD\fPO and OIIi'BN,, onlyy type, I signals were observed. A quantitative study showed thabssnoke.con- - tained 4 x: 10"+ spins per puff. This value differsfrom, the results of' a recent study using a,eompletely different method for.determinina the,radical contents of.amoke.. COURT,.W;A.;ELLIOT,J.M. - 1601 Influence of nitrogen; phosphorus, potassium,. and'. magnesium on the phenolic constituentss offlue- euredtobacco, Can. J.. Plant. Sci. 58(2):543-548i. Apr. 1978:, - A field experiment.was eenducted! iis 1974 and 1975 onFox loamy sand to study thee effects off differentt rates. (0,22.4, 44.8,, and. 67.2 kg/ha)') of NN fertilization on se- kcted chemical constituents of flue-cured tobacco(hico- tiona tabacum ev.. Delhi 34). Nitrogen fertilization ih. Creased the levels oftotal alkaloids, totaliN; and scopo-letin in, cured leaf- Chlarogenic. acid, neo-chlorogenic ' acid„ 4-caffeoylquinic acid,. rutin„ and scopolin were - found tobeo inversely related totlieo rate of nitrogen. Phenolirc constituents and Inorganic nutrinnts in thee leaves and inorganic nutrients. In the soil (Fox.x loamy sand) were studied'd in 1975' and 1976 in another field experiment. Treatmentsiitcludeds selected omissions of P, K, or Mg from.n field plots grown continuously with tobacco since 190, Marked nutrientdeficieneysymptoms - were observed only in plots in which K had been omitted. Tobacco from.. Urese plots wass genemllylower In phenolic constituents. . . _ . , . . . 2041 KAIfASIUMA;N.; INOUE,.N.; NOMuI, M., Saccharopine fromm tobacco leaves.. Phytochemistry17(5);991, 1978,. The present finding suggests thiscompound mayy be more widely distributed inplants and may be of importance In rcihtion to lysine.mctabolism,. 1795 VOL. 8, Hor lI, SEPTe 15: 1978' YASUMATSU'„ N.;. KAWABATA, M.; ISEDA, J.;, FUKUZU1tI,T. Determination of menthol in cigarettes and main ., . stream smoke condensate. Jpn. Tob. Salt Publie - Corp.. Cent. Rrs. Inst. Sci. Pap.. (119):23•23;. 1977._- (Jpn.,. Engl. sutn. ) - A method for gas. chrotnatographic determination off menthoi; in cigarettes or.mainstream smoke condensate was studied. Menthol in acetate filter tips or, ssmoke con- densate trapped on: glassfiber filters wass extracted com-plelsly with ethanol by mcchanicall shaking for 2hours... In the case of tobacco shreds,, hoa•ever„it nrqpiredd moretham 20 hoursadditional time after the termination of. ' mechanical shaking for complete extraction, of inenthuL. Menthol. in the.ethanol exracts wasableto be determined aceurately byusing a 107e1,4-butanediol adipate column (3 x200(lmm), column temperature at. 16f! C, N, flow at 60m1/min and naphthalene.asan internal standard. - 1807 MAEDA. K.; NITADORf,.T.; ANZAI, Y:; NOGUCHI, K:;. ITAGAKL,,T.;.U1fE7-:\S4ut,Y: - Studies on the filterr for cigarettesmoke. X1L The characteristic of' thee non-ionic high,porous polymer.. . Jpn. Tob. Salt Public Corp. Cent. Res. Inst. Sci-. Pap. (i119);39-43, 1977. (Jpn., EngL.sum.) Four kindk of. thenon•ionic high porous's polymers were made from divinyt bemmne and acrylonitrile, ethyleneglycol dimethacrylate and aerylonitrile,, ethylene glycoll dimethacrylate. and vinyl acetate,., orr ethyl4ne glycol. dimethacrylate and methyl: methacry•late. Microo pore, volume,, micro pore distribution and specifir.surface area~ of those polymers were measured and the adsorption, performance of vapor components ia cigarettesmoke .vass studied usingtrial triple filters.made{romthose.pulymers.. Ass aresult, it.was found that the polymera.provide spccific selectivity in the adsorptionperfosmance of'the vapor oomponentsioeigarette.smoke. ' ~ 1794 YAMAMOTO, T-; UEHARA, M.. GasS chromatographic determination of moisture. In tobacco shreds. Jpn. Tab. Salt Public Corp. Cent. Res. Insb. Scii Pap..(119):99-102, 1977: (Jpn.,.Engil sum. ) Thee moisturc content of'f the shreds.of flue-cured, burlcy,, and'.d domestic (Matsukawa)tobaccos, was determinnd using a gas chromatographir techniquee and emlployina the ethanolir solution of methanol (internal. stmulard) as a moisture ahsorbingsohmnt.. The valueuhtained by this method was almost equal to thatt obtained by oven drying method. Sontr datashowingthc amount of moisture:retained by butts after smoking wrre presented'... 1805 SARAGONI, l il Comparative study of elements related to the com- buslib8ityof five tobaoco.vancties ( Rcunion Izlandji. Fr. Inst: Rech. Agron. 7Rop: CulL Vivricres Rapp. . Annu.15T16G',1977. (Fr.) 1803
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ABSTRACTS Nature August 24,. 1978 v. 274, p. 732' SCIENCE FOR THE PEOPLE Schneider, Scott et al AtV tN Weinberg: has criticised'. the position of Scienee for the People on United States cancer policy,.and attacked the general~ ixleaa of public participalioa in choosing the scien- tifWroutes to social gonls. lleftasalso commented on the ' actions of Sciencefor the Peoplein the anti-war movement.._ Widespread-publicd participation was crucial in.n stopping. US ntilitary intervcntion.in Vietnam. We beliievethat Science for the People's~elfortsto ratse consciousness of the misuses of seiencee and technology - such, as chemical defoliants, tile clectronic battleficldd andl counterinsurgency research-against the Yietnamese.helped to end that war... Weinbergg does not accurately represent our position on cancer research„ which has appeared in Science for the. People magazine. (vol VIIi September 1975;: vol VIII, July 1976). Although the war on cancer channelled billions ofdollhrs into needed biochemicall research, thee major thrust was limited to.tumouro biology„tumour virology, and cancer therapy. Du~ringg the firstfive years, less than 5% off thee research,budget was spent on identifying: the agents causing cancer. This was in spite of longstanding epidetniologicaf evidencee that: most human cancer was environmentally eaused„ and; therefore„ preventatNe. (see S., Epstein, Environ-mental. Determinants of Human Cancer,. Cancer Rer.. 34, 2425-2435, 1974,, and references therein). Thesee enviton-mental agents include suchh chemical carcinogens as benzi-dimi, vinyl chloride, and other occupational hazards such as; asbestos and radiation. For example, New lerscy;, themoste heavilg, htdustrialised!.state„had the highest cancer. i~ncidencee in..the US for the period 1950~to 19G9..The bladder cancer rntr in Salcm, County, NJ;, where 251, of the wotkforce is employed in the chemical industry,.is highest in thecountry.. In addition to the epidemiological n•iilence,, there was a~ well formulated biological'ntodel for the role that.chemicals•may' play in cancer, somatic mutation (Ryser,. New Eng. 7., Med. 285, 724-733, 1971, '.. and referencestherein);, yett tlteNationali Cancer Institute (NCI) pursued a research policy concentrating on curing the alfectedd individual to the. neglcct of decreasing the ihcidence.of.the disease.. Tobacco August 18, 1978 V. 180, no,. 17, p. 57 PREDICTION OF BURLEY TOBACCO QIDALITY'AND LOSSES FROM WHOLE-PLANT SLICING Morrison Jr., JohnE. Yoder, Elmon E. slicing wholeplants of cured'burley tobacco for leaf removal is.a new market preparationconcept. A.predrelion model wasusad to esllmale ehangesIb product quality and processlosses for three common varieties ef burley toUacco..A prololype tonacco slicer was.fabrrcatedto demonstrate sticing. @othmacnme andd hand sticing w9re used lolest Ine Prediction r•.stimales. A second'prodictioomodel estimaued Ine slicing in. lervals required lo produce similar slicing performance albng the whole IoCaccostalks: V'oLr 8, No. 11, SEP-r. 15, 1978 e Nature August 24, 1978' - v. 274, p. 740 INTERNATIONAL STUDY OF SHORT-TERM CARCINOGENICITY TESTS AN international studv. now in om- is.looking~at the rcliability~of ~:s~'.`=:~.'-:i`.;~ ~ ,gress , . .~various~s in vitro, assay~ systems~~ suehh as ~~. the Antes test in predicting carcino-- . ' ... ; .•.a.,. . . .... . . .~r.:..,~ ? ~.ai ~ hich ortcd~ b ihisst d is su I y, w ~ ,: n u Y pp ~~ rhr rIK~ \IedirallRcscarch, Council. UK ~' ICI Executive the lth~ ~ andi Safct H , ,. y ea ..~. .: ; US N:uional! Institutce of' Environmcn- .,~ tai Health Sciences and the US En- ` . , ~ vironmental Protectii7n Agency, the response of about 25 . assays (see box) ,..,. will be determined for 42 carcinogens _ ..and non-carcinogens. Investigators will bee unawaree of tlte identity of the chemicall thcyaretesting. All available earcinngenicity data on the selected ~compuunds will be reviewed by an: in- dependent panel.•, as the definition of - nnn-carcinogcnicity iss central to the - study. It is recognised that thee results °of this studymibht pocsihly causee ne- -evaluation of the carcinogcnicity of sontc chemicals. . .. . , '.,,r.: --.i ... ~ ~. .~ 0 . ^i:, ' ; Tobacco. August 18,. 1978 v, 180, , no. 17, p., 18: THIS TOBACCO BUSINESSI PART VII; INTERNATIONAL REVIEW Morris, James E. . T elC: us more about tobacco,r" was the request whi'ch motivat- ed the composition of Part VII in. this continuing series of articles: a request which an;.one in this busi- ness could make. Even the most knowledecablp tobacco men in the business will confess that they would like to. kno v more ahout the man)•, hundreds of ty.pes, and grades of this plani, which is pro'- ducccU around the world. There- fore, let us rct'ic%v the inteTnation. al tobacco business for the many in the industry who are.not so well informed. s
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, .AQSTRACTS GOL'GI1„Chet. 025.1 Systnns analysis in librarizs : a qucstion andanswor approachf Chet Gough &Tavcrckcrc . Srikantaiah~ Hamden, Ct : Linncn Bosd.c, 1978:. cm. Includcs index. Bibliugrapl7: p•rZ678 G676 1978[78-7539 : 9.50I. Eibnryadntim.aration. 1. System anafysit 1. labrorxY-Autrnn.ltnln.. 1.SrlAautauh,. Tarcrnterc, joint author..ll.,Title. . .,.^J)1... -. . . SUCKLINOL Col-tn J, ;.. ..: - 54o'.2T8 1947- Chemisrryy rhrough modela'. : conceptss andl .. applications oL modelling inn chcmital s,:ience„ . technology, and industry IColin J. Suckling„ - Keith. E. Suckling. and Charles W. Suckling,. Csmtlridee : New York : Cambridge L'niversity- Press; 1977: e. cm. Includes iadcx: BibOagraphyr. , p2.fQDa80.S82] 77-i1A29 IsBN 0+521-21661-3:. .:.31. Semical mod'eB. f..SuckliniC, Keith E, 19lJ• janrauthoc IJ.Suclling.C IL, joint author. IlLTide ' REES, Dzvid Allen. 517'.782Polytaaharide shapes/ D. A. Rees. London : Ch'apmaa and Hall NewYork:Wiley. distributed in tAe U.S.A.. brHalsted Press, 197. ..:80p .• 10.; 22.em. (Outlmc studies in.biology) 'A Hebtcd Press.book."Ir.cludesbiblionraphicai • 7eferencesand indea.. [QD321:R318j 77-522 ISBN 0-d70-9909g-8 ptik.: 3.25 .. 1. Pdlysaccha»dcx 1.Tirlt . MICROFOR:BISmanagement 025.179 -' in speciah libmrirs r: arcader I[compiledj by . .i JudyFain Westport, Conn. : Microform Review ", Ine:,,119781 p• em. (Microform revieww series~in ;-Sbrary microgmphtcsmanae<mcnt : 5) lndudes Bibliographr CL691l15)1533] 78- 13494 ISBN 0-913672-P5-7: 17.50 1.Ci'bnrics-9peciahcallertions-}licrolorma 1. Audio-risual b'bmry service., J. Compurer autput microt-ilm desrces-Crbrary.apWs7ations. 4. . Libraries.. Sprcia!-AdminisMtion. 1. Faiy Judy, . 1940. 11. Trtla lJL Seris•s. V'Ot_e 8, tJba 11, SEPT. 15, 1978 . EASTERN'Analyticad Symposium, 547'.8d . g7th, New York, 1977. Thermel.mrthods in nerfynxr ar.alysis / S. Shalaby, editor. Philaddphii : Frar.klin Institute Pres,.c1978vii,.206p ol.;23.cm.(Its 1977 Eastern Anil)•tical Spmposium senes) Includes " - . bib1iugraphmal references and sndex: i r ., ; ~. . (QDI39.P6E27 1977] 78-8816 ISBN 0•89168. -.~....,, 016•0:18.95 1. Polymers and polymrriraNon-Ahalysis- Congresses. 2. . 7hermal analpsis-Congreues: l. .. Sbtdby,S.W..1L.TidaIIl..Series. . ,. ... .. . - -.:..iT~„ ~ ....,. . . ,.._~fl . ,. . GARFIELD. Eugcnu - GYst/on indexing r itstheoryand' applieation.in ' science, technoloey,and humanities 1Eugene Garfield. New.)'ork : Wiley, (1978j p. em. pnformation sciencess senes) 'A K'ilcy- - Interscience publication.` Includes. indeu (Z697.S5G37] 78-9713' ISBN 0471-02559-3' : 18.95 l. Scirnce-Abstracdng and'inde.ring. 1 Techno/ogy-Abstracring and indi•.ring. 3. Hnmanincs-Absrrscting and indcsing. 4. ' Civtion indexes L TiUe. DETWEILER. Raymond F., 628'.445 Wastes can yroduce cheapenergy and save vitd/v nttded~ material resources : energy equal to billions of bancls ofoil can be saved annually fram,wastes I Raymond F. Detweilix. Soudenon, PA'.: E. &. E. Pub. Co., 1978. 0977 98p. ; 22 .. cm. ITP3d0.D371,78d01000ISBN0-9601620-0- . 3 pbk. : 9:95 1. Bastaproducts as fueA 1.' Title. Publishcris address. : 27. Franklin Arc., Sonderton, .PA18964 .'.."7 :[eFi13 ; rt .ci)y.._ . + ...: i,,. a
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. ABSTRACTS CARCINOGENESIS--CObIPREIIENSIVE SURVEY, Vol. 3 Polynuclcar Aromatic HI•drocarhonsr 2nd Infcmatlonal SympoSfumi on Anally5la, Chem1[stryy anfl[I1ml!ogy' EDITED BYP.\N:, JONES. R.1. FREUDENTHAL. Ravcn PressINaw.Yorkl..1978, 487 Pages, Figures,Plates, 539.50, LCtl 75-43194, ISBN: 4890Q7-241-1 Price may be.slightly highcroulside.. the U'.S. and Canada. --- - ...c r:,., . Effect of Annoxidaols on Ileno[A]pyreae FreeRadicals: P,ASullimn. LN-Cuflo X: Sha/rr, - _ _ . , . _ ._ .."... ' :..." .. Af.Netrfrman I Determination of Pnlycyelie AYomatle:Hydeocarlwns in Atmospherie Pvt/culate Matter by Cas , Chromatagraphy-MauSpeetrometry andHigtHPressu.eLiputd t.lTromslography.. . R.S.Smmar R.C !<a. D. L Wang; D. RaW'nson E SakLma . 9' . Polyeyalie Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Fossil Fael Conversion Processes. ALR. 6urriR ' - f.L EPler, B:H. CrBag B.R. Clcrk. T.K. RaoIli Comparlsoe of some Claromtoaraphlc Methods.for Ertimation of,Polynuclear Afomaue Hydro- . - evbonsinPollulants:. P.Burchi2.A.A.Hr.od.'R.C.Jamn35, Bloassays ofNaphthalene aod Alkylhaphthalener:for G-CarNnogenic Ae16.ity- Relation sn7bbecco.C.arcinuaenesls. LSchmelrr.J:.Tnsk J-Hllfrick: N. Hiram. D'Ha/fmonn- . . I - EL Wynder 41' PolTnuclemAramatic Hydrourbons iu Forest Fire Smoke. CX. Mema6o., SH. Tsmrkaldx~ !1, Analysis of:Polycyclie Aromatic Hydroarbom In Eneironmentd Sonples.by Gless CaptllaryCas. (Lromatugnphy. . I . - - A-Bjonethi 75. QaRe F,xch'ange-Chemissl IonliaBon Dfms Specttometry of Polyeyclie Aromatic Compounds. .. R.A:Rirc,.GR. Dubay. 85'. ' Hig!-Rcsolnaon Mass Spectrometry Matril.Andysis of Enrironmevlal'Samplet ' J.L SrauQer EL LrvJn; J.E Obrrholrei 89: - -Ara-Arenes Ie Respiratory Eneironment -Andysit and Assays for hfulagenicity. M Dony, .L Sehmelsr, E lnmie, D: Hojfmann: 97. Synthesis af DieFOaldes and Related Derivaases of some Pofypclle.Aromatle Hydroearbons. . . ... . SCAgnrucl 8:L Vnndvunn 109 Correlation of Bitloglcal' Activity with Polynuelear Aromatic HydtacarlonContent ofTobaeco SooukeFeoetinas R.P-Smenun,ME.Sr.ook,.E.lAkin,O:ZChorryk115 Tnee Analysif of POlycyelic Akamatie Hyd'ronrlsonss in AQpeous Systems Usina %An:.nesin end' Gpill.ry Column Gas Chromatography-NLsabpeotrometry Analytis. P.6 Srrupµl.E Wilkinson. P. IV.' Jones 131 Abinilio Quannun MechaaicaliCTaracterixoaon oOGround F-lectranle State of.Benxo(A]pyrene-. Impliptiona.fur Mechanism of Polynuelear Aromotic flydroearbonOxidatlon to.Epaxidla by. Cytochrome P-450.: LL Shiymun 139 ILeoreliul Consideration oflAdsorptbn of Palynuelear Aromatic Hydrocarbon Vapor Onto.Fly. Ash ia a CoaL6ired.Power Plant D,F.S Natust'A B.A. TomkinsWS ~Nev Cenenationaf Monitonlor Polynaclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons from Synthetic Fuel Pro- duttion. R:AGnmmuge.:T. Vodinh A.R. Hawrhomr. J.Ji 77orngare, IV.B! Parkinson 155 Methods for.Polpnuclev, Aromatic Hydrocarbon Analysis tn \lartne. F.neironment. dA..lVire. SA:,CMsIlr, IdS Ilen; LR. Hilper{ B<,E Map 175 Field Eralhuian and Comparison of Sampling Matdcesfor Po/ynuelear.Aromatie Hydrocarbons. ~In Oecupadonvl Atmospheres .. J.O.larksan,J.A. Cupps183 r Analysis of Polycyclic Aromatic Hyd:ocarbons by. MYtrix Isolation F7uorescenee and Fourier ?ransforminfrvedSpecnoscopy., .. . IELWehry,.Q-tfemanroe,R:R.Xrmmerm, R.C Stroupe,: P. L To"ushuhdm. ER...Hinron. D.M. Hembrer, R.B.~ Dirkinson,.AA Cantsoni A IE Bi1osm. R.R. Gnre 193 Nitrogen Analogues of' Poiynuclkm Aromatic Hydrocubons in?obacco Smobe.: ALE Snaak. 20] Formatlon of'.a Combined Benea[A]pyrene.and'CarbamBlack Aerosol. - K.R.Spurny, . . . NR Baumers. 217 BIOLOGY Bay.Reipon 1Teory of.Polyrydie Aromatic Ilydrocnrbon-ladoeed C.rdnoqnnirity. R.E fakr. a li.Tagk,D.R. Thokkrr,W-'Levin,.A:1V.'WUCd-'.A:lL.ConnrvD..KJrrina 231 Eaaymolopkal Properties.of Purifred Liver hficrosomellCytuchrome.P-f50 Sostem and Eposide.. Hydrase,. A.'Y.H. Lu, W..Lrviq PE.Thomus, D. Jrrina; A.H: Cnnnry. 243 Memboliem af }{Nethyllholanthrene by Bat Ili.er hlicrosomes and a fiighlyPmiried \Innoos•. System wishundwithout EporJde Hydrase. D.R: Thukkrc W.'frvim yaenase . .AaE.Connrg D.Af.Jerino753 LA.Stmning 0 , Q 0 ~ N C 9 N f~
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DISPOSAL and 66g'.63. &ronraminauon of yesritides: a sympmsium f sponsored.bylhe Division of Pesticide Chemistry. .. al the 171th mceting ofthe American Chemical Soeiery Chiea5o, Illinois, August 29-September 2, 1977 ; Maurice V.Kennedy,. editor. Washingtom: AmencanChemieal Society, 1978, p. em (ACS sympmlum seri<s ; no: 73) Includes mdex. Bibliographq: p. (TDL96.P38D57).78-8G35 ISBN'. 0-841Q-0433A • , 20.00 . . L Pestieides-Envimnmrnral' atpetrs- . ConBresses: l. Kennedy,Afaurice V-, 1915- 11. ' Amencaa LTemicalSonery. Division of . Pesticide Chemisrry. 111. Amerinn Che.mieel' Society. f KScne.s- American ChemicaL Sociery. A6sympariumsenee;,aa 73.~: IIDA~ B.;. MATSUZAKI„ T.; SANG, MI; SUZUKI, F.; MATSUNAMA,.S. Chemical components of burley tobacco, produced by new curing process. Jpn. Tob., Salt Public Corp. Cent. Res.Insa Sci.. Pap. (119):1-1Q, 1977. (Jpn., Engll sum.) To get a clue to improving the smoking quality of burleytobacco; a neww curing process hass been developed:..In the• new'euring process.the tobacco leavess which..have been. yellowe& and withered are subjected bybruising mechan- ically (rollingtreatment)and'thereby the.browning.reaoe tionn of leavesis uniformly promoted as a whole. The mechanical bruising; of leaves can be accomplished by . crushing yellowed leaves:in a kneader. The crushed leaves arethen.e dried. The chemical composition of the leaves preparedi by the above-mentioned process was compared with that'preparedby the conventionallair-curing process. Theresulta are summarized as follows:. Nicotine content tn the leavess from,.the new cuningproeess was almost the samee asthaG in the, .com•entionallyair-cured leaves. Total sugar content in the former is higher.than that in the latter. There wass no appreciable difference in eontentsof higher fattyaci0sy between twoeuringsystems, Citric: acid.content.was lower.in the.leavesfromthenewprocess. .. than in those fromm the conventional process, but there - was no significant difference in, content of the other ~ non-volatile organic acids between these two-o curing. Isystems.T7te aontentes of~ total amino acids.and amides. vehighere in the leavea.from the new.processthan in3hose. .~ from the conventional process. Higher contents of.serine. In the leaves from the new process were observed. Thee neutral fraction constituted about 907. of the ether. . extractt from the leaves: in bothh curing systems: There was noo significant differencee between thesow two euringg systemss in amountss of the other fractions„ except for, dightly lower amount of acidic fraction in thee newproc- ess. In the acidic fraction off the ether extract from thee leaves in bolhprocesses, azelaic and 3, 4-dihydroxybenzoic aoida were major components. Most of components in the acidic /raetion were higherin the conventional process than in. the new process exceptfor the reverse witha few eomponentssuch as 4-hydroxybenzoic and 4-oxo- nonanoic acids. Among the compounds identified, 10 acids were newly found in tobacco:.'fhey were methoxy- acetic, mhydroxya-methylpropionic, 3-methoxypropi. onic, a-hydroxy-a-methylbutyric„ Il-Sydroxb'isovalerie, dichloroacelie, n-hydroxyhulyrie, methysuccinic, 2-meth- ylghuaric and indole-3+arboxylicc ackts. The new curing process3 showed thee possibility of formntionofn burley uoma in a short period.. 1797' YOL, 8, tJoa 11. SEPTr, 15, 1978 WAHLBERG, I.; KARLSSON, K.; CURV'ALL,. M.; ' '- ;};NZELL CR NISHIDA1 ,.,.. ...'1Pobacco chemistry. XLIII. Sensitizzd..photo-oxy..'. .'genation of (12'L);abienol. Biomimetie synthesis'-,r ' of tobacco labdanoids. Acta, Chem. Scand. Scc::`~ ). 32(3):203-215 1978. "'- --- ` B , . _ The reaction of (12Z).abienoll with singlet oxygen.was " i" 8ound too occur with~compelilion between four processes. ~ ;.;The predominant route (6870) is ameneprocess involving '- after redhction6 the ~ 1-- - attack at C-13 and yielding , ' _(11E,13SE and (11E,13R)-11,14-labdadiene-8,13:,diots. rrh:. '-` IRssfavored are an ene-process(3^e). involving attack •.I -, "at C-12 and leading to the formation of.f the (125)- and ~. 1 '- (12R)-13(iG),14-labdadiene-8,12-diols and a~ DielsAlder' -'-" process (5%) fumishing;. i.a, (12R)-12;15-epidioxy-13.: ,q;.- ^labden-S-ol. Dbe remaining process, accounting ton somel t 12f6of the overalliyield,.is proposed to involve an attackk ' on the 12;13'3 double bond and to proceed throughin• °terntediateperoxiranes to give the (12R,13R). and (12S, ~ "13S)-8,12epoxy-14-labdan-13-ols (6; 7)) as well. as the. ' ° (12S13S) and(12R13R)5;13epoxy=l4datiden12als ,.,--.. ~ Exhaustive photo-oxygenation affected the concentrations of alll these compounds and resulted. in the generation of -someadditional products, i.e. 15;16-epoxy8-hydroxy- --- '.- 13(16),14-labdSdien.l2ane (14), the (12S). and (12R)- 15,16-epoxy-13(16),14dabdadiene-8,12-dibls (15,16) and ' ' norambreinolide. Since several.ofthe photowxygenatiort ' products obtained havee previously been identified as tobacco constituents, the present results provide ex- perintentbl support for the view that (12Z)4abienol may be a precursor of the labdanic compounds found iint proc. .. eued tobacco~.. . FURUSA1yA, M,;.NAGASAWA, T. Studies on the electric moisture meter for tobacco. II..On the performance of rmicrowaveattenuation - moisture meter. Jpn. Tob. Salt Public. Corp.. Cent. Res. Inst. Scii Pap. (119):13+22, 1977.. (Jpn., Engl. sum.) A moisture meter utilizing microwave attenuation.n by transmission loss was designed and appliedi to the: meas- , urement of the moisture content in various kinds of cut tobacco.. Diall readings of the attenuator equipped to the instrument showed a good:linear functdon withtobacco moisture; so: that the ealibration.line and the correction of the dial readings were obtained easily, compared'd to other instruments requiring more complicated adjust- ments. It wass provedthat a single calibration line was applicable tothe moisture measurements for all brands of blended tobacco tested, because close attenuation eharacteristicswere observed among each brand. However, by dividing them into two groups: which were separatdy eontrolled, the sample weight was more effective in re- ducing the measurement error to within *D.5v (/iqs), keeping the merit of a singleiine:'Pemperature correction, ifnecessary, on the calibrationline.could.easily be attained byusingonly a simplee linear equalitin. Inn the casee of unblended tobacco, a single ealibratiom linewas, applied to, the.Ruc-aured and Oriental type.cut.tobacco, although its~ accuracy lowered down to Itt wasdilficult to measuree the moisture content of the air-cured or sunsured type cut tobacco bya single calibration line, because the calibration depended! on. the varieties and onthestalkpositions. - . 1790 UlMW12620~ ' '
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DIALOG FIle61 CA CONOENS/CASYA 77-78/VOL B9(10);(Cepr. Am. Chem. Soc.) (Item 76 of 26) User1906 5Sep78 CA08909071770L the efFect pf ozone on Chloroplast lamfllae and ts0lated mesaonyil Qe11s OF sensitive and rpsistant tObaGOD sele9tlOns Autnor: Rnoads, A., Brennan, E. Location: morels Arbor „ Philadelpllla.Pa, . Section: CA004003 Pubi Class: JOURNAL . ''Jaurnal: Pnytopatholo0y Coden: PHYtAJ Publ: 78 - Series: 6B•. Issue:6 Paqes: 883-6 l0entifiers: ozone tobacco Cliioropiast mesoptiyll Ceil CA08909071713_H Tne acOte effeCt3 of nicotine, tobacco smoke and carbon monoxide pn myocardial Gsygen tension In the anesthetlied Cat Autnor: Rink, Richard 0. Location: Health Sci. Cent.. Univ. Loul9vllle, Louisville. Ky. Section: CA004003. CA0I7%XX . Pub/ C1ass: JOURNAL Journal: Br. J, Pharmacol. CuOen: BJPCBM Publt 70 Series: 62 Issue: 9Pages: 591-7 Itlentifiers: 1^yoCarOium oxygen nicotine tobacco smoke CA00909071571R BlnO,nO o/ thiamin to nicptlnlc acetytcfloltne receptor tn toroc0o marmorata an0 the frcg en0 plate Autnori woioenlin0, Lennart, Eifman,-Lena. Rydovist, Bp LqCa_tion: De0- Pnarmacol.. karOlinska Inst., Stockholm, SweO. Section: CA003004 Puol Class: JDUR:IAL Journal: Acta Physiol• Scand. CoCent APSCAX Publt 78 Series:103 Issue: 2PaOes: 154-9 Identifiers: thiamine nicotine receptor Dindln9 CA08909071107P ' Ine.uie of event-related slor potentials of the brain In the analysis of effects of cigarette smoking and nicotine in numans Aulnor: Asnton, Heather, Millman, J. E.. Rawlins. M. 0., Telford, RO:emary, thompeon, J. W. Lpcatlpnt Dep• Pharmdaol. SC1., Univ. Newcastle-upofl-Tyne, Newcastle uoon Tyne. Engl. Section: CA001006 Pool Class: CONF PROC Journal; Oenav, Eff. Nicotine. Int. Norkshop Coden: 38NBAV PUOI: 78 Pages:20-37- plecting Date: 76 PuoilShert Karger Aodress° Basel, Swltz- Avail: Oaettl0. Karl l0entifle:s: nicotine Oraln stimulant depressant. Cigaret empkinq brain response. smoking nicotine brain response CA089090710<30 - Effedt 'oF pan01i0nstimulatin0 and OlOqkin9 agents VpOn th0 esternal sCWCt1on of the Can2reas In rats ' , Author: Db Ia Tour, Jean. Rpzf, Claude, C/iariot. JaoCuef. . Souabard, [A,iqGly. Detlray, Charles, Vaitle, Charles Location: Lnb. Cnstroenterol. A, Hap. Biehat. Parts, Fr.' . Sedtion: C_A00100S Pobl Cless: JOUqNAL Journalt J. Pharmacul. CoOen: JNPHAO ' PuDlt., Series: 9Issue: I PaOes: 3-11 Lan0ua0e0.Fr -Identlfierstpanpreas secretion gan011onip-a9ent CA08909071019M ' Biochemical approacq to ttM atudy Of nlCotit~e dependence In rats Author: Oalfour, 0. J. K. LOCatloRt Uep• Pharmac0l, 7hen„ Univ. M1d., Spn,. 6yfldee. Scot. Section: CA001005 Publ Classt CONF PROC Journal: Behav. Eff. Nicotine, int• MerkshopCodeni 38N8AV Publi 78 PaOest 83-93 9eetln0 Date: 78 Publisher: Karger Address: Beset. Swita Avail: Dactti0. Karl - Identifiers: nicotine dependence adrenal behaVlOr, ;. CA08909071011IX ' Dlscriminalive etimulYa prbpertifs 'pf niCOtlnee and nlcotine-rel•rted compounds ~ . Author: Rosecrans, John A.. Spencer. R. Mason. NrynOCk. Glenn M., Chniw:e, NI11iamT. Location: Urp. Pnarmacol... Med. Coll.VirOinia, Rlchmond. Ve. Sectionn CA00f005 Publ Class: CONF PROC Journal: Duhav. Eff. Nicotine, lnt. MerkshOp CoOenf 38NBAV Puhl: 78 Pa0es7 70-8R- 8eetin0 Date: 76 Publisher: karger Atldreas: Basel. Swlti • _ - . Availd Baetti0, Karl „ Identifiers: nicotine discrimination behavior w S6SZLOUO
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ASST ~~~ACTS GATENBY,AA: . ' .. '.7?+.. t .ri•':•. , ~.. A comparison of thee polypepttde tsoelectric points and antigenic determinant sites of the large subunit of Ftactionl protein hom Ll•eopersicorr.esculentum;. Nicotiann tabaeum, and Petunia bybrida.. Biochim. Biophys. Acta 534(1):1G9-172, May.2f, 1978.. - 7Le.large subunit of Fraction 1.protein from Lycopersicon tsculentum; Nieotiana tabacum and Cetuniaa hybrida hasbeen examined by isoclectric focusingof' the Searboxymethylated polypeptides,, and by doubleim- mudodilfusiom with antiscmm raised, against Fraction 1 protein. The immunological resultsreveals heterogeneity - In the large subunit primarystructure not identified by . Isoclectric focusing. A variable phylogeny can be generated depending on whether seroiogical or electrofocusingg eritcriaareused: .y.; 1. . .. . ' 1791 BE11R, D:; {SAHLBERG, I.; AASEN,.A.J.;.NISHIDA,T:; EN'GP.LL„C.R•;BERG,d:E.eta1. - Tobacco ehemistry: XLIV- (1S•2E;4R•6E,8R.1xS 12R): ana(1s,2E,-7S,6E:8lt,11S,12it)-s,11-epoxy- 2,6-thunbergadiene-4,12dIoL Two new ditcrpenoids . of Greek tobacco. Acta Chem..Scand.,Sen B. 32(3)t 221-227,1978: - Twonesvditerpenoidswere isolatedfrom Greek Nicotiana, tabacum. One of them was shown to be (15 .2E,4S,8E; 8R',lIS,12R)-8,I1-epoay-2,6-uiunbergadlrnc11,12-diol'by synthesis andl X-ray analysis, while the other w•astentaticely assigned the structure (1S;3E,AR.,GE,BR,11'S.. 12R)8,11-eposy-2i6-thunbergodiene-4,le+diolby spectro- scopic means. The implication off these restdts onn the biogenesis of the tobaccoo thunberganoids. •s:discusud.. 1786 ITOH, T.y 1SHI1, T.; MATSUMOTO, T. Fotrtnew and. other. 4a-meUtylsterols in the seeds - ~~ofSalanaceae..PhytochemistryI7(5):971-977,1978. • Fournew' 4a.methylsterols in the -seeds of. Solanaceae were identified as31moranost-9(11)-enol,. 24-methhyl:-81-norlanost-9(lil)-enol„ 4h•24dimethylcholcsta4;24die- - nol..and 4a-meth3'1-24ethyltholesta-7,24.dienol. The other 4a+methylsterols identified in the seeds were 81-nor, cycloartanol, 31-norcycloartenol., cycloeucalcn•1a,24- lanost-8-enol, 31-norlanosterol,, obtusifoliol„ 4o,1 trimeth5•leholesta-8;24-dienol„ 4a-methylcholesGB-enol, le• phenol. 23-metllyll6phenol6 24cthy1lophenol, gramisteral and eitrosthdienol. The distribution of these seventeen 4a- methylslerols in the seeds ot' eight species of theSolan- aceae, including tobacco, was determined.. 1794 ICASTRO• John E. 616'.9'94'079. lmmunwbci:al asyeti•ts of eancer/ eduedd by 1. E. Caslro. Baltimnrc : Univcrsity Parkpress; 1977. ix. 477 p:•1•t cm. Includes bibliagrap biesand index:. [RF:68.J.CJ8 1978] 77.17•I81. ISBN 0-1391-1163-0 :,29.50 L C.nccnr-1mmonuhqv:%31 rrpnrtr4' Tafl... V©Lr 8r N©r ll, $EPTa 15, 1978 t CATXA,T.E.;,LEETE, E: - Synthesis of a bridged, nicotine:1,2;3,5,6,10& hexahydropyrido(2.3-g)indolizihe. J. Otg. Chem..- ' 43(1p):2125-21i27, May 26, 1978. - The bridged nicotine. 10, a pyridoindolii.idine,has, been - " "preparedby reduction of the tricyclic lactam 9.,which, was obtained by cyclization of the amino acid 81 This compound was produced by earboxylation of the dili, thiurn derivative of 2-methylnomicoUne, which was synthesized by recently developed utethods; ,. '. .. .' . ~ . 2039 Journal of Chromatographic - Science August 1978 v. 16, no. 8,, p'. 372 DETERMINATION OF AFLATOXINS IN PEANUT PRODUCTS USING REVET2SE ' PHASE HPLC Hurst, W. Jeffrey Toomey,. Paul B. A high performance Iiquid'thromatographic (NPLC)methodIs described for the determination of thefour major aflatox- ins, B1,. B2„Gi, and G2, ih peanut products.,The allatoxinsare extracted by adapting a procedure developed by. Pons (1[ at the SRRC, USDA, and quant.italed utilizing a mew 5pm reverse-phaseeolumn with NaCI/acelonilrile/methanol, mobile phase.(3 +1 +1).. The 5 pm column achieved base- line resolution.o0each,ol thefour aflbtoxins. Retention times and' peak heights werereproducible.. The procedurewassue- cessfully applied to, severaillypes.ol peanut,products and was applicable to both roasted and unroasted peanuts, which is a decided advantage over the current CB and~ BF extractionn methods. Additionally„ it can be.used for sweetened peanub matrixeswift no.interfereneesin the chromatography. Thetolal'timerequiredfor sample preparationand aflatoxin deter- mination.islesslhan1.5hours.. . , . FEDERATION of Analytical628.5 Chemistry and SpectroscopySocietics: Emvronmcntal,anaksrs.: jpapen presented' at.the third annual meeiiir¢g of the Federation of Analyticat Chcmis[ry and Speclroscop5'Socie[ics] Philadclphin, Pennstlvania;, Nm•ember 15-18, 1976 / edited byGs:cn N: Ewing. Kewyork : Academic Press, 1977:. xiii• 344 p. : ill: ; 24 cm. - Includes blblloeraphival references and indcx. (QW71.F1'. t977]~77Q2211 ISBN 0+12-245250-X : 18.50 1. Chrmetry: Analyzie-Conerrsses. 2 Environrncnnlehtmistn-Canpressrs. ( Co/tm.+n. Allao. D. lIA f.ing, Ga/cn. Bbod, 1911. fJl: Title. s
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> LORILLARD AWARENESS . _ : ~1 ... ` A - R-Barnes, Winston . Bell, J.. H. Bingaman, D. P. Bledsoe, Quincy Bogue, H. D. 8ohlken, J.. R. M. _ Crouse, Bill .Deaton, Bill buncan, Brenda Efird, Heath i;Goolsby, Ron b '.-Harrison, Glenda Hudson, A. B. `_Ihrig, Dr. A. M. Ireland, Sue :~ Jessup, Terry Johnson, Lynn Jones. Dr. S. T. Kirschstein, Y7. .Kraus,. Bob Larson,'Tom Lassiter, C. W. Lewis, Jane_ _ Long, W. A. ~ McGeady, Ja McGeady,, John ' --' Marmor, Dr.-R:'S. Efiddleton, -Boiyby Minnemeyer, Dr. H. J. "' 'Morgan, J,_P• Nichols, Bill ~. . j Patterson, Dr. R. B. Perini,.Dr. Florian 'Redmond, Don =Reid, Dr. Jack ti; a Routh, Bill :Schultz, Dr. F. J. Schickedantz, Dr. P. D. Sherman,-Patse Shoffner, Rose SkLadanowski, M. 'Slaven, Dr. R. Smart, Dave~ Smith, Ed Smith,. Howard , :4a -,-.II-Blair, -Bobby Cowan, Scott ,-Moorefield',•F _ . , NY-Goldbrenner, R. '" Sausa, R. J.' ^~ `-- Smith, -Dennis _ _ `Stevens, A. J. : . .. . ,. . c "The more extensive a man's knowledqe of what has been done, the greater will be his power i Di 1 i ae ~ r . . . . _,rr.~.. .~i~..r. .e~.. .-.rn?.-.~ ~ of knowing what to do." F '., R-Thaggard,- Neil Tong, Dr. H. Tucker, C. L Wagner, J. R• Williams, David ` M-Adebahr, H:. F. ` Block, M. S. ' ;IrBowes, Major „ ~ Bullock, J. S,, Edwards, R. P. Falvey, T. C. Fowler,, William +z-Goettman, A. T. :Z:_hewis, Dr. C. 'I. McGee, ~Samm Meadows, C. E:' ' ;:z',~~r~c~ BULLETIN DISTRIBUTION LZST Pearman, H. R. Spears, Dr. A. I,T. Tedder, D. R. `Thompson, A. W. Tillman, W. M. ~ 'Welborm;-C.~ B. `: ,. .., L Beard, Jon --=--Wadey, Waterwash,"J. VOL. 8, Ho . 11,9 Sewz. 15,..19?8nA 1w :~-;
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ARSTRACTS ._, Amer'vcan Industrial Hygiene : Associati;on September 1979 v. 39, no. 9, p. 717 METHOD FOR DETERMINING COMPLEX OPERATOR'NOISE EXPOSURES Paul W Hess p This procedure descrlbes a fleld method for determining operator noise exposures that cannot be assessed from single sound level!meter readinlgs. Noise exposures that should be evaluated'by this method are those characterized bytime-varying operator position sound levels -sound levels that change by thrleedecibels or morewhilethe meter is being read. Tihe method -is based' on statistical!concepts and requi'res multiplle:readings for a sample period whose length is prescribed byYhe desired precision of the results. This new procedure compares wel6 with the theoretical!accuracy of the best dosimeters. The actual' performance of the new method has been shownto bebetterthanlthe'actual performance of the dosimeters. SAUNDERS. GruJyF..ledited F)1: Cell D Bo<nriatibn and Ncrmlasia: (The Unneruts nf TenasSntcm Caneer CBnter lt D..AbJerson Ilnspiral and Tumor Imstimte.-t0th Annual SimM -lum o., Fcndamcnml Canaer Re»arch.)iPp.xx+549.. 15RN.0-N9iNq ]1h]-J./\<u \ rL. Rasvn Press. 1978.) 551.35. .. SLAGA. Thomac7.,.S11'AKl Andfe•.'. and BOUTWELL•R. K. fedited'byl. Flachamsors ofTumor Rromolinm and. Cnnr6nnpcnesk. (Carcihogenesis: a Cnmprehemise Sun.v, Vol. 2.)Pp.xvii+5GCl ISIINA-x9dU4?208-X, (Ncw York: Rasnr 111es1 1975..)'.S50:50. . , . EILON. Snmucl:.ASpcm. of ManaFcros'nu.(Pcrl.wmon InleroatiunulLilirarry oL. Science. Ttchnnluu>. 19rcbi.•criny and Soci:J SuWics, OIIFGA 5/inupcmcnr Science Serls.) I'r..iii • lie`. ISON-O.UN.0]096B-E:{O.Jord and New Yurk:Par%.-tlpnriese.1977.)Flc.ir:.5n. . . • - . BLAKL. Slexun R. Fll:~m.EinX fnr. Rt. Inm.isr RerearcNand Deselamnent. ~ Pp adr 3SO. ISI/S•ILbl67•snliu-U. IS+n I runci>;o::W', 11. Frcamae and Cmnpany.. 197N,1517,!U: .. . S.tSSOFE. P<tcr G,•.and SFHAFPER. lVilliam A...Coss-IRncfn Anslynis: a IluWbooL.lOps'IdUUn...Rcvvrclt mnLInJlnyL.xrioe-/1'p.air r 132- ISItN- B-IS-uI'1:y1:9, rNen Yurk anJ 1!wnJYm; A<;Wem¢.11re.e, a SubvJiarY of NLreourt Brace Insanw nls. PuMi.hers.1979.1 51?-Stl; tR.:S: W AUGI'I;luhn S.(.•slitcd h>): Adranun ib Mal:nerie R.•ranar:ce. Voll9. Pp:v±'.42]. ISON.U-IP•0:55114-\. INex Y•.rk and LoiW/m:Academic Creas, a SubslJlarY ofHarcouroRratc lu. anm'ich. Yubliaher<. 1977.) 343. GWDZIYO W ICA.OeniannnanJ ia:n21 NOW IC7.. Fli.b.<I l N'ilhtH<ussi.tanac. of MARi1N 11 vc F nJ URIS('t1Ll l.l.m Il. \nal nf n . MI etabolscsr4YG.Chn ttr nlr.-Sl. Sn [m vy \ 1 t l' tral 1 Fl - -Slstem SI mul m: P+x 4aNJSBN-U•!.i] 4nFt'.II. U~e. 1 urk anJ Bsmll .\tar vll D<kker, In<,19]%.1 SI',r. 1'_5., SH'.EI'I•ARD, R..C. (renior rcpnner). Amino•acids. PeMidcs:,anJ Protuinv. Vol. 9. (ARes w ol'the Lisr imrc.PnDb.hed JurmL' 1976. A ll `lst 1•ennJ cal Re- yor61.Pr :560.ISBhO%SiN&UV42 (LmJon: TBCIh al S.xrtty 197%. ObminehlM frum Th< Ch nn,11 S,u/uy. BI Iskhnree Ro J Let:hnorlh Nersc: Amcrican Chcmiczl Snciely, 1165 S.xtccnN Ssrcat..N.W., Waxhmgton. UC.):f11.; $62. _ " PATTENDEN,G. (scnior reporl<rl. fren<ra :nJ S)nthetir Flethods, Vol. 1.. Pp.iiu,+445rs1SUf.-0.Y51tl690U9h ILOndon:l 11 s Chcimcals'1ucn:ta~s1910 rL30f560. BARD• A".Icn l. (<zecutive edltor). LUND. Henning (asmelalet editnr.). En+ e5'elul'cJia of ElcevocM1<mi,tq nf tlie Elements: Ors.u,ie Seclmn. UoL 114 HYJro- earbom, Hsdrosv Co.rnounde. Pp.vi/-r344. ISfCNA-%24]-2511-5. (NewYorY. and Basel:.\(arce110ekker, Inc.. 19]8.1 SFrs.240. „ JARVIK. Flnrrav E:. CULLEN. loseph lV.• GRITZ. EII<n R.. VOGT. Thamas M.. anJIW FSl-. L. E(<'JncJ ba: Ravvrch nn SnsoAinS Rc:hasinr.l\IIyR. ~Researcb.nlonngrzrh No. 1].PPp.sil--1N.L..(RO:6sAlc• Sld.: hauua.l lmulwe un DrurAbus<. Owi\ian ef R<scar<h,.197].. For sale MY'US Gosermnem Printmy OIB<c. \VUStlmhmn. DC.) np. - CRCSO1tS; 1. E. The Spectrum ib,Chamistrj. Pp.v1,31?. ISBN:0A249555IGl.. (Londnn anJ New 1'ork:.A:ad<m~<.Press: a Sol•seJiarY:of IlucoureBeaceJavano- rich. Pubhshers; 19]6.), :PaCer36.5U:.Cased L12IA: TROTIiII. 1. f¢eneral e:bmrb EF.IItiUSON.,GI (ncctian Mltnrl. StrunureRr/n•na lor t'r7i. Vol. anll:asr._.nl;.ti.;lirn. I•bn 1: Pr..iiiF ILSx_: IS11N:40-?I1. 023:5. 1'Arl 2: 1'n.5531'_'_]:, 1114tiuUJiA02llA. (Lllr<chl: Iluhn• ticlsltvuv andIlollxma• 1977. PuMlrFnl lur Llie IhlcrnationalLDnioo of Cefstalluyraphy,) Dn.LU. RDSIN. Milton 1. S f t nlsa d InmrG<iall 1'Imnomcna: P~eir I 304. ISItY-0.111.] Unal.]. Ilau.h.av .ud \cw. Ynd: \VrkY-lntcocan<e; Fohn Wdp and'Ynn., 1'/]n.1[15!m; 110.41. . 00012637 VULI B,' 110, / Yl, $EPTt 15, 1978 -~ r. ' 928
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~ ARSTRACTS : Science . . ~. ,.. e.,;,.. , .-:,.r.: September 8',, 1978 p. 9'13. FORMATION OF MUTAGENS IN BEEF AND BEEF EXTRACT DURING COOKING Commoner, Barry et al Abstract. Mutagens-, distinguishable front benco[a]prrene and frout nnrtrrgrnic amiuo acid and protein p;•rofysis prorlacts, are fw'merl mlren l,norrnd beef is cooked in ahomehirmbnrgercookingapplirurceor wlien beefstocki.icoucctrrrated, bvboiling, _ to a paste k)sotenn couunercierl/vas beef extract. "1f4•lFdene" hamburgers contain - _ abad 0.14 part per milfion oCrhef n:utagens, and beef baoillon cubes rs•hichh contain becf extract aborin 0.1 partt per ntillia+. Since .nrchh uurmycns uray be potentially :,. carcinogenic and are fonned'duringd ordinary cooking procerheres, theiY occurrence raises questions about possiblc risks to btrmars health. Archives of Environmental Health July/August 1978' v. 33, no. 4, p. 159 SUBJECTIVE ANNOYANCE FROM NOISE COMPARED WITH SOME DIRECTLY MEASURABLE EFFECTS, Arvidsson, Ola Lindvali, Thomas. " Enep,idemidopcalinvestipatfonsofannoyanceit- is'umporlant.tosearchfoidirectlymeawrableeffectsthatareassocutedwith reports of annoyance. 7Lee rela6onship between rcportcd;expcricnecsof annoyance, performance on an arithmetic tas4 and Sor- monal sttcss reactions wasaWdied oa.10Q male studcnti.during:acure exposure to 85 dll(:\) of.traftic noise in.adabontoryset, ting. An association.was.demon^ttated betweenn reported feelings of annoyance, performance efticicney, and thc subjccts' exper- fence of the in0u enee of . noisee on their performanee..llte exposure to noise eas f mmd toatfect performanec more neptively in. Ose more.annoyed indsviduals The rewltsmdicate that the annoyance-incuned individuals in: a community may constitute a sper lal risk group that will wffec more from the adverse effects of community noise-. Archives of Environmental Health July/August 1978' . v. 33, no. 4, p. 201 PHYSIOLOGICAL. EFFECTS'OF ACUTE PASSIVE EXPOSURE TO CIGARETTE SMOKE Pimm, P. E. et al Effects of passivc inhalation of cigarette smoke at7evelstypically encountered In public buildings have been invesligateda'wenty nor- mal male and femalee nonsmoken (18to30 years) were each exposed'2oriwo hours.on alternate days.(in random order) to.eithcr room sieorroumair.plusmachiom-produced'lcigarettcsrnoke..Exposureswcreeonduceed.inanunvcntilatvdchansbcr( fi.6m3). Subdivisions of lung volume,, rnaxisnumexpbatory llow-volume.curves, singlcbreath nil washout:.curves, blood carboxyhemo- globih levels,.and hcart.rateswzre obtained before, durinz, and after exposure. A submaximal.bicycle ergometer test and a symptom questionnaire were also administeicd after exposure. Statislieal.analysisrevealed' severall significant differences betwecnltest.and control days; the,macnitude of the changes was small and of questionable biologiealsiRniGcance, however, particularly when account was taken of the numberr of statistical comparisons made. Despile the relutivclXsnrall physioluucal changes:subjective eomplaintswere:common-coucls, and eye irritatiom for example. /C.is concluded that in normal subjects the magssitudc:of physioloocal responses lo acute exposures is.minimal; thus arguments con, taming effectsrest on.symp lomatology and! suchmaher factors as the unknown risks of chronic exposure. VOL. 8, flo, 11, SEPT. 15, 1978 f I r
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ABSTRACTS -IfORGANO,tfETALLIC ' ehemistry (criens : annual surveys• silieont, ga~mantum, nn, IcadJ edited by D Seyfenh ; R. & Kin Amsterdam •NewYork.' Elsevier Seiensif~c Pub; Co, 1973. p:. cm. ()ournall o0 organometallie ehemistrylibn ; 6). Includes index-. fQD311.5.073 19781 7~i6290 ISBN 0•IL/-a3G98-6: 57.75 . I -. . A Orgnnometallie tompounds-Addrrsses: esuy; lectures 1. Scylerth. Dietma,.. 1929. IL . ~.~ Kiu;, R. Bruce• lll~Senex ALLEN, Arnold O: ' ` 519:2. Prob'ability,.statisticr andqueucingYhcorv:.ith, ~ computer science ap licasions / Amold O;.Alleru. New. York.: Academic Press• 1978. p• cm. (Computer science and applied math'ematicsxries)~ Includes bibllographial referonces:. A273:A96[ 74,80778. 15BD1 0.12-051050.2 W~ : 50 L. Probahi/itirs: 1:. Queningtheory: 1Mathematial sratlstict 4. Mathematics-Dau proceaung: I, Tidk_ - ERP7HRGCYTEmemhianes' 612'.1.1'.11 receneclinical andexperimcntal aduances:p~roceedir,gs of a workshop held in Acn Arbur, MichiganrSeptember 13; 1977 1 edilor; Walter C• Kruckeberg, John W. Eaton. Gcorge J. Bteow~er- New liork : A, R. Liss, 11978[ p• cm. 8451•0021-1 : 2j: IQP96•E77j 78-639 SBh7 0-1 Y 54.00 1. EryYhroryteas-Congresses.. 2. Cell mem6rane5-Conlresses L Xruchc6cry,. Btilter C il.Earon. John Wallace. l9•fl-IIL, Bre!rer,. Georgef.; 19JfFlY• Title. l: Series tCf1E\SICALMarkesing - . '. 658:8•3'. Racasb Assuciatinn. 7hr•nslc af m•rdtline rese.nch in ncm rentun•s,.' ,9epicmh•r1g-'4 1977'. paR'rs piocnted at the S1ay [i.e:. Scptcm*cr` 19177 mutrin8 uf the C'humieal Slarl.c!ingdocareh Associatiim held in 6fnuns Pooonu, Pcnnsylvauia, Staten Island', N.Y. : l'6c Associatian„ 0971. II00'p. : 22 cm. [11'.F5s15'CJ 1977[73-105g32 12.50 L hLrdctin,E. rP.vafirh-Cim 2. A'ew prodircrv--Cnrr: n•-ae.e J. C7+crnircrl-cressrsl indusn:?s- Cwrgrr.ccex 1. lith. PuhRshcr's. addresa: 1:39 Chcs[cr As'c:,Sutrn Island, NY 10305. VOLa 8., tdoa 11, SEPTa 15. 1978,. M.4NKIY,.Don„ 1932- 158.7Tonard a3 prat-indusrml psyrhoingy : emerging.g pcrspectrreson techr,olocy, work, education, and ' leuure/ Don Ntankin. Few Y•ork: N'i1cy:.[I978[ cm. Includes indes. BibOioeraphy: p. HF5518.3:Y736 I78-5302 ISBN 0-J7 1-012 9 3-5:. 0.95 ISBN 0•4~d'-070Sti-9 p8k-: 7.95 I- PsycholugyT Industrial: 2. Beaonnel maoagement ' . GILL. John L. " . 591'.01'82': Design and analysis nfcxprnirrcnts in the anima/ andmcdicsl sctences/ JohnL.. Gill. Ist ed. - Ames : Iowa State University Press, 1978- p. em. Includes index- Brbha raphy: v. I. y QH3235G5491 78-8516 ISBN 0.8133-0070-X. ~v.l):: 14.00 ISBN 0-81H8 0060 9 fv.2) 11.00'1. Zoology, Erpcnmenml-Starotieal methods1-Afi+dicinc; E.spenmcnral-Statistical methods. L Titln _ : . GILL.John L 591'.072 Design and.anlysis operperimentsin tAe animal and medicrlsciencrs:zppcndices1. John.L Gill. Amcs, 1owa,: Iowa Ssate Universnv Preas. 1978: cm. [QH323.5:G551 7g-10J5 ISBN ', 0-81.38• 8-u0-9 (v:3): 7.00 1. Zoolo-cy, £cpcnmenrsl-Stnustiesl nrethods: 2. Afedicine„ Erprnmcntal-5latuncaf. merh'ods.. L Td/e IRWIN Strasburger 616107'9`5 Memorial Seminar on Immunolog . 4th, Comell University kfcdxsl College, 1977. lmmur.e efiecta mtchsnisms in disexse. : proceedingsof, the Pourth trwim Suasburgcr Memorial Scmmar on Immunolo[y. / edited by Marc E.. Wekvkr ... Iet al.[• sponsored by the Deparlment oL. Mts{icine, Cornell UnicersiW - Medical College„ the. Naw YorkHospaal. Naw - York, New York. New York : Grune &~.Strattoq 1978, cL977 xii, 241 p. : il1 ; 24 cm,Includes biblioBrapfiical refereneesand inden. _. (QRI85.g:hf3165, 1977] 77-1fi259: ISBti0•8039• ' 1069-8: 12:751.. hfacmphaga-Congresscs..7.. Lymphocytes- Congresscs.' d. TranspLsntation rmmunolo-c-Y- Congresscsr 4. Immune re.aponse-Co.agrosses• 1. Weks/rr„sf•voE. Il-' ComcllLnirersity Depc of Aledirine. 11f. Title. ROWLEY, 3. E:039 The drsttnrrrunon ofinfnrmafinn /1. E. Rowley. C. ht. D: Turncr. Boulder. C-ola :: Weavicw Press, 1978. p. cm:. (Gratron bonks on library and informstfim scncnccl, Inchidl•s indes. [Z614.4 :R68[ 78-6138 ISBN: 0-89158-830•2 lib. 6c8.: 17:75 A In.vmuion anriccs. 2 6tfvmarion,srienre. I• Tnmer, Chnitopher ,fYsrA. Dirham, 19:r} pint authnr. 7L' Tidc. Ill: Scnes: e r
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PATE N ~ :'1,189,520v_1 ~ ,~.MEfHO!) ANDhtEANS FOR VEASt1RIVC VfEII - .---`,TENSIOT1fNPAPEBORFOHS ' +~.. i..I<If Erftsson,. Stockholm, SwedM, aaignor to Srrnska Tn-" t forskningsinstitutet,Stockholm,Sxnlcu ~ _ ,.FiledMar,23r1947,5er.1.u.780,518- ' ~ ..Io6C1rCO1L5/10 ..•.' .~."7'. US. Q. 73-143 ,. ,.. .., tr °.. ~g Oldms E 6, s 2 nCJ ~r A method for measuring the wdb.tension of a ruming paper oofo{I web member under tensim and having a,resonant .,. frequencymlated to the tension in the web, including]he steps of supporting the member in a preselected ares including aplurality of spaced supports longitudinally spacedlin adircc. ~~ tiomalongthe web, subjecting the:preselected.area of the web :: to transvorse oscillxtions af constant frequencyi said tramvelse ,. oscillations having m.amplitude.betWemtwo limit valueproportional to the: web tanvonj . and: coupling a measuring means to aaid area and gcnenting:a signal proportional to the amplitude: of the transverse oscillations, said. freqpenc5" se- ;- keted to approach the fundamenud resonant frequency oplhe ;. web for said web tension. -41 - . f1~66y 1 ., SMOKINC MAT~ERLALS - Roger W-.licdge, Lymingtm, England, assignor to Rro..n &. Wmiamann ToiraccoCorpontim, Louiatille,:Ky. ' 'i` 'Continuation-lu-p2rt oPSer. No. 555,6p3, Mar. 3, 1975 ;; -.bandaned This appReation Mar. 1, 1977, Ser. No. 773,342 ; US. Q.131-2 . :" Y• .•.~ . .. ,. - , ,:'.. ~10 Qaima ( E - 1. A tobacco:substitute„whicheomprisees;,a.mixture of -(n) a binder which eompriseaa water-soluble, thcrmo-gell-ing, nrclhozybaubuituted cellulose having a methoxyll . degrec of substitution.of at Ieast 1.5 groups per. anhydro- .c gluvwse unit;'. ... . .. . . .. . .: .: ...::.. .. _ . . . . . (b)a water•insoluble, inorgmie~dilumh.said binder aracmti. to 7 to137e and the diluent tu.I3 to~ S5%a.by weighoof the -'lobaccosubstitute;:and: . (e)clmed aircella.dispersed throughout themiarure of(a) . .ndro> . .. . .. . . . .. . .. .. . . VOtt;~ 8, Wo, 11, SEPTa 15, 1978 } c k i~- .''h_ ttC ;`? M[TIfOnANDAPPARATLSHAVIA-G kA .V6IIRATION-FREE.MEASURI'NCPIfASEFOR AUTOb1.4iICAtiLY WEIGHING RULKMATI:RIAL, ~S `. MORE PARTICULARLY TOBACCO ! Y 1" Heinz F6rke, and Oskar DalmeryEoth of Verden,.Allcr, Ger- many, assigoon to Focke Q Ptuhl, Verden, Germanl 'r 4 Filed Jun..14, 1976, Ser. No. 695,693 '" }b ^ ~'t -'~r~IntQtCOtCV9/OR13/01 US. C1 177-145 ; ti' 8 Clalns t 4 <.13; r . $ 1 , 1. 1n an apparatus for automatically weighing and separuting, - ., specific individual quantities of a bulk materiall wch ar to- . -baeeo, saidlapparatus having a weighingtontainer aud a mca--suring system having a carrier. the improvement comprising:, ~: means for scparating.lhe weighing container fro,n the carrier ., , during a phase in operation of saitl.apparaws when no menure-;t.-. ~ t--ment takes place, said means including a loadframe coupled to lsid weighing container, a weighing arm eoupledd to saidicar- • : rier,ameasuringcoilattaehedtosaidwcighingarmnnd!afixed. supporting frame, wherebywhen the. force feld of said mea-" suring coil: , is inoperative, said arm and carrier are lowered thereby efl>•eting a load ehangebetween the carrier andsaid fixed supporting frame to set the load frameupon Ihe.fi.rd . supporting frame temporarily separating said w•eighing,con-'" ' laiber from the carrier. , : . . .. . . . .... . ~ . . , '.1 .? _ . .t,r.a.: 1 15 r
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ABSTRACTS Zlature 1978 ust 24 Au , , g v. 274, p. 796 .EXCISABILITY AND PERSISTENCE OF BENZO(a)IPYRENE DNA ADDUCTS IN! EPITHELIOID HUMAN LUNGCELLS RESIDUAL DNAlesionsin the template strand during repli- cation eation may represent the 'stumbling blocks' responsible for mutagenesis and initiation of: malignant transformation. The fraction of specific lesions which remains unexcised at the time_ of IDNAreplication isdetermined by.their'excisability'Pin a particular tissue. Lesions which become refractory to excisiom andd remain inn the: DN.Sover many generations, referred'to as 'persistent lesionst; may' play a crucial rolee in the trans- formation process". We have studied'd the 'excisability' and 'persistence' of the covalent DNA adductsproduced iir the _ epithelioid human. alvcolar tumour cell A549 (ref. 5) by. benzo(a)pyrene (D(n)P)',andlfound that the excisability of the -" covalent B(a)P-DNA adducts in A549 eclls was poor and'that . a sizeabledractionof the lesions persisted over several genera- tions. The poor repairability by'excision of'thesef and related lesions in human lungg cellsma3° represent aa factor in lung.g careinogenesis by'polyeyclie aromatic hydrocarbons. - Tobacco August 18, 1978 v. 180, no. 17, p. 60 EFFECT OF SOME CK-OLEFIN DERIVATIVES IN RELATION TO THE ETHYLENE!RESPONSE Sisler, Edward C. Wylie, Patricia;A. Some e-olefin derivatives wereAested lontheir.ability.to Induce an eth- ylene response and were:comparea with ethylene:in tobacco teaf.respira- lionand chtorophylCdegradation tesls. A bean leaf abscission lest and a pea growth lest were.also.used. Allyl mercpptan, allylamine, acrylic acid and'vinylacetic acidd were onlyalightly activee in the respiration and chtoI tophyll degradation tests. Some activity was'.observed with the bean ab- acissiontesL. .` . "... - .. - ' Allyl alcohol gave a400 IDD% respoin the tobacco.leaf respiration test at 7.5 xt0-•ml/1, and activity.was also observed in~thechlurophyll deerada- /iom lest and bean abecission mst. Themmpounds:3-buten-Ibl• 4-penten-l-ol and S-hexen-I-ol were alfo.aeive. 6mthecomcamration necessary fur a+espome was higher tLan that with ailyl alcohol. None ortAe wmpoundsappearedito6lock shee ac9ionofethylene.andunh'.llylalcohotatconu:ntntionsof:5 x 10-'ml7land. 7.5 x lo-' mlYlIstimulated ethylene production. All of the compoundstested - pve growth inhibition in thepca growth test. Ps)'Cho:- pharmacorogy Mid4linguaf Journal ( Largely finglish)-Abslsacts in English VOL.5tgNO'. 3 1978 M. E.lanl, P. Popek. N. C. Sdmelder• V; Oaer- Wllae. E.It. Cdt1: Can Cigarene S.rn andlN,cotrne Contenl tnfluence Smokmg and'Pufhng nales7' 303 SEPA'RATIONoLhydiogen '661'.OB iwtnpes •~ a sympostum eo-sponsoredl by the _Phyucal Chcrosstry Divisiumof.the Chemical Institute of Canada, and the Canadian Society for C<hmicall Engineering at the 2nd joint conference of the Chemical Institute of Canada and the American Chemical' Sooicq•, Montreali May 30-Junc I•. 19171. Howard K. Rse; editor; Washington : American ChemicaP.Society, 1978, vii„187p : ill.:24 cm, (ACSsymposium series; 68 ISSN' 0097-61561)Ilncludes bibliographical - references~ and! . indtx. [TK9350.S46]i 78-760 ISBN'0.8J I2-0420-9 :19.00 1. Deuterium oxide-Congresses. 2,. Hydro-aen- Isotopcs-Congresset 3. lsotope s2pvarion- Congrrssex. 4.. Heavy ~ water reactors- Congresses1. Rae. Howard K., 1971- !I. Chemrcal' lnstiruteof Canada. Physical 'Chemistry Diwsion. 11L CanadimSociety for Cheminl' EnaineerinpIV.. Serirs: Amerrcao C-hemical Sociery.ACS symposisun series; 6g.' MUELLER. James A: - '628:3'I lndusrrialwasres/James A. Mueller, AndrewR. Anderson. Albany : New. York Sea Grant Institute, 1978:..39 p. : ill..; 31 cm. (Mksa New York Bight:.adas monograph ; 30). At.Arad of litle:Marine EcoSystemsAnal sis (MESA) Program, Mesr New. York Bight Project. Bibliography: p. 38-39.. (fD897.75.N7M83J 78- 621856 4.00 1. Factory and trade uaste-Aren• York BighG.l. hfarine pnllution-Aew 15rk Bight: ! Anderson. Andrew R., jornfvuthor. !lI .ffarine EcoSysrems Analysis Program. Ill. Tifla: IV.' Series: llesa NcwYorkBrghr Project 8fesa bew YodBg:4t INas monograph{. JB. . „ , ORGANIC free radicals 947'.1'224 a symposium / sponsored by the Division of Organic Chemistryal the: 174Ih memingg of the American ChemicaL Society. Chicago. Illinois, Auguso 29-Scptcmber 2• 1977 t t1'illism A. Ptyor. editor. Wastlineton.: ACS, 1978. xxili- Q 1 p.: ill. : 24 cm. (ACS symposium series :: 69 ISSN' 10097-6t56J1) Includes bibliographical referancesand index. fQD:47L068J 78-1672 ISBN' 0-84li?-0J21-7 : :31.00!. Radicals (Chcmierry)-Congrrsses 1. Chem/ser}t. Physxal orgsnic-Cdngresres. I -Pryor, lillliemA. 11. American Chcmlarl Society. Dirision of Orrvnic Chemisrrv. Ill. Series: American Chemical Soerety. ACS sJ•mpaium senes; 69, . THE Chcmistryof 587'.I'224 eyanaress and their rhiu denvauves / edited by Saul Paui: CHichcstcr (Eng.] ; New York :. J. R'ilcy, t977. 2 v.: ill. ; 24cm. (f3¢ Chcinistry off functional troups)'. 'An Inscrscience publication" Iheludesbiblioeraphical refurences and, indexes. [QU305.A2C3951 78-307bS8 ISBN 0-47~.1-99425-1 (scq ::176.00 ISBN'0d71-99478- , : ~86.00-2) c 90.00ISBN 0-471-99417-4 (pt. Q 1. Cyaneres I. 7hirxyenams. I.' Puaf„ Sau2, IL Selics e O 0 ~ N N ~ ~ sA
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Design'Patents i '!.lJ 4~'[ p„Fr~239,071'.,. fe 9itll~ l! .1: WATERPIPE ,IF' - 19LGeor6c E. Shepnrd, Jr., 2919-G Coltnge P1., Grecnsbaro, N.C. ~ I730] ~ I,,,a L Flkd Aup I5, 1977, Ser. Ao 823 868 W I7<rmofPntmt13)esn C]. D27-01, US. CI•D27--0J c . ., , ~. . . .. ir.$t'',... ., . t,;...,, s... . qr I 1- 4'` 24RO7o SMOKING DEtICE ' -' f,lichsdC.Evyro.,NurthHullpxund,Glit.,assignorloKninJ. , .. . Dnres,North~Hollywoud',Cslif, ~ . ~'FlltdJan.Ld„1977,&r.No.759,511 ; TcrmoPpstenttY>ears . ,. . ~': Int. CI. D27-0S = ~ ~ US. Q D37-N ~ ~ ~ . . . . , .. Y a' b c~ ~l, . 1~.. ~yJ .. . . . . . 1 ,. 1 15-S,~Ftir. I ., VOet 8, W0. 11. $EPTt 15. 1978
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,F ' ~ PROCESS FORPREPARING Mf\7URFS OF ..SUDSTITUTED-HEXAHYDRO-AC6TOSAPHTHOVES. ~' W illiam L SChreitier,'Jackson;. James N. Sianu, Keyport, both of NJ, and Edward.Jt Shuster,.Rrooklyn, N.Y., assipian to '~ International Fiavors & Fragrances lnc., New 1'nrk, N.Y. . , Division of Ser. No.740,890, Nov. L1„1976.This application J,d. 28, 1'977, ;ier: No. 819,956 ' .~... . . . ~ 1 . . ' r.b.~ ..:InLCLt~fY17C'43/00 ,~.e , .'.:} ' .. ul vrnuvlif t.uett sdu ti nrt rr I Cl.im t. . -a / ./ 1 1 t e f r 1 1 rrr . . . ~ ~ l t , l. . "l. ?• . . ~ .. . =' 1. A process comprising the sleps of pexeting.3-chloromesi- :'.tyl oxide svith myrecne thereby forming a ehlorine containing ' ~ Diels-Alder adduct and then dehydrochlorinating the said '; Diels-Aldenadductto.formamacetylconjugatedcydohexadi,.ene and eycl-uing said acetyllconjugated' cyclohexadiene to form a nilxtcre ofmmpounds defrned by4he structure . II wF.crciu onc of the dnsl ed Lnes~isa carbon-carbon doubla bood and each of Ihe other of the dashed lines is a rarSon-car- bon single bond. ,,. . i ,._ , , . :1~ - _ .'.4,108,s52 "MEFUOD AND SYST'E\1'. FOR DLTECIM1NG ; . ULTRA-TR ACEQUANTITIES:.OF hIrIAL CAR6ONY[ S - -.Terry Mnrsball. Austin;. Eugene Thomas Carroll,hoth of5t. ~ .r.Al6sns; and Mildred Choi. Rowen; Charleston, all'.of R'.A'a., '~ .1 assigncrs'.to Union Carbide. Corporation, New York N-Y- .. F11edJun. 29,.1976,3er. No. 700,842 .. "`u.: " Yut. CLr GOI V J/J0. - , US.CI.356-gT, .\14Cleims . p 4,109i662 "'FLAVORING GOMPOSI77ONSCOMIAIN7NG • -~ALRY42,3-DIHYDRO3fI'-HYDROXYALKYIJDSNEY2-. :', ' OXO-S-ALRYL-FURAN-4.CARBOXYLA7'FS Drim J. WRi/s,.®ergenlicld, N.J.i Frank Fisebetti, Jt., FlhsbinE. . and Rotiert O.,Rilernun, l lempssead,.6utb of N.Y., assipors ~ to Fritzsche Dodge.hOlcon Iae:. NewYork, N.Y. . .`' Conttuuation-ln-part of Sur. No. 601,4'82, Aug. 4, 1975, '. 'abandoned.Tkis application Jua32,.1976,.Ser. No.698,742 t A2A6.J/1?: A24D 1/18 :.~.1at Cl / . . . . US. Q. 131-2' -!'ut. ~e.~ e;.': ~' 13 CFaima~ .. `- L A smokingg compovtin comprising a smoking material and at least 0:00019a byy weight of an eiky1:2;3-dihydro-3•(1'- . hydroxyatkylidene)-2oio-5-alkyGfurnm4•earlwxylate having theformula: 0. , Oll_.. -O` r--( 7RI 0, U in which RI is a straight orbnnehed ehain alkyll having less . than,6 carbon.etomsand R=is a,straight orbranchcdchain, ' alkyl having less:than,7 euhon atoms, eyclopentyl orcYClo-hcxYL -.: . ..: . .. ..:..y . . ... : -, rc*to~awxt . ...., ~ .,. . . . . .... . . ... .. , ii'f'. 1. A method for detntlnc uitra trace levels of at least rnc a predetermined metal'cvrl~nyl wi1hin a fluid matrix comprising .:r.r.; the.stepsof ;1.:a...a v '. (a).samphngisaid fluid matnx to provtdc a fluid sample of predetermined volume; ' I t v `''_ i'r .(b) passing said Ruid samplr together wltha carner gas. ' ~:through a eomponent separator fonseparating satd prede- ' ~ terrnined metal Icarbonyl from the otherr components in ;.. said Ruld sampie; { ,r~.;-ra 1 r a:;~u '- (c) forming a hinaryadmixture between the.separaled metal .' earbonyl component and said curier gas; (d)oxidizingsaidbinary.admiitureihanoxygen,rich'Rame such thaf.a molecular. wavelength emusion.spectrum is-• genemtedd for said admixture;," (c)optically.selectingapredeterminedrangcofwavelengths't . io the ultraviolet to visiblrlight're_aion of snid emission, - spectrum from between 3501ta 623 nanornetcrsinciosive;, ~~(f) electro-opticaily dctecting', said predetermined range of'I ' svavelengtlls; and i ;~ .: ,(g) indieating.said detccted range. .- ' '~4,109.663 . ~TOBACCOTRO17UCfCONTAIN(rGA . . .'PHERh1O-GELADLEA•k,3-GLUCAN-T1'PE ' - POLYSACCIIAI211DE ; Baavo Rfaelta, Yokokams; Retuichi Noguelri, Tokyo; Masuo. ICawabela, Yokohama; Shigehiko Solo, 'pohyo, and: Yusdo. ' SAto, Ibaraki, all of Japno, asagoon to.lWrsda Chemicals - ~ Industries, Ltd., Japan . 671td Oet. 7. 1975„5er. No. 620,351', " Clalms priority, application Jayan, Oct. 17;. 1974, 49-170189; Apr. 30, f975,. Eas256J; tndonnla, Jni7.14, 1975,. 5332 - Int, CLt A24D 1/18: A24H )/1J US. Ll. 131-2 52 CINma L A processfor producing a smoking tobacco prudce4 . which comprises incorporating a thermo-gel.ible pd,3-glucan- typepolysaecharide into e'smoking material. VOLr O, 110. 1JL. SEPTa .LJj 1978
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j 1 e 15 -+- '•'-':' QUICK EXTINGUISHI\G ASH 7RAY r' ""-' Edward Ii• Pearsnn, Cold SVring Har6or, N.Y, assignor to The " '.: Raymond Lee Organ6stion, Inc., New York, \,Y. . ,t~ „' • Filed Mar. 29, 1977, Ser. No. 782,326 pi Int. Q: A24F IJ/IB. 19/1J U S. Q. 181-235 Rr 4 Claims .:1. An ash tray formcd or ~' an outcr circular Ray i'an inner circular tray and ~' e Bracke061ted inside the mne[ circular tray, in whach , 11 -,jthe inier.tray rr,cs on the base of the outer tray, being `. .- pesitioned in p!ace by upraised detenrmeans on isaid base. uid detent' mcans located to provide an annular recess ;: between Ihe external walls of the itmerand outer tray, ivith a-; . r:.!' . ~ ' . . . . . ~ raid braoket formed of a central open ring memherjoined to outward radlally prajxting spol:es, with each spoke rer- ly`-1tFx W LAIi....,r • t P.oo`s, . a .-ar CF<L 1 n~l r ~ r 7 I]f:~ee "f'Ilw e. . ~ 1 2.°C ~ ... , ~ i~.'. x T' 1,., 2fr \ s C [ .I:.;~'xY( aG fil i_r1 ..t r ~ . •7e.li '>n ist v minating in an open rirg, said brachct fixed to Ihe side of the inner tray and positwncd above ihv base of vid inner ., l~ftt ,.y+ r ~ ... 1 ... : . 4,108,876 . . . .. . ' ~ b-METIfYLAIBHA((\tEflil'LTHIO)MEriFYL(-2- ' FURAN ACROLEIN ~ .,. . , .. i~. Donald Arthur Wlthyeombe, Lincrufq Anne Ifruaa, Bricktown; ?, M.nfred' Huga. Vock,: Locustp Christopher Gtaeino„C.alifdn; r I, i,Brrps Dulal htookherjee, Hulmd'el; Alsn Owen Pitter; Atlan- :. Iie Highlands, and YVilliam L Schrelber, Jackson, an of NJ., .~ :asrignors to Inlernationaf F]i.on@ FragrancesInc., New ,,.` Y6rh,NY "[ i r,p•,,C'r r , :-..•a;, ./ . ' Dlrlwcn uf Ser ho:153,162 Dec 22, 1976 P.L No..4,064,279. • TLis application Aug: 24, 1977; Ser:.No. 827,211. 1 i .. r:+-(1•..-Int:,CltE07D301/46 ..~i , :~a, ., US. 41, 260.-337:2 . r ' , J:;:: . . :.. . i Clulnl . 1.5-Methyl-alpha[(me(hylthto)methyl] 2-furan ecrolein hav- ' Ih8 the slNCtnre - ''r . . . , i . , . :q.•~ . ++ ._ .. /S ----'C ba~-;I~~.A' !24 . '. .. . ... : y 4:108,799 ' " ~. , .,. . r S UBSIFII,TEDACF70\APFITHONEPERFUSIC ." C0IIPOSITIONS. ,,: ~.Ix~at,.rRL. f- ti1 Willinm 4 Sehreibcr,7ackson; James N- Slann, Keypod,buta -~ of N.J.,.and EdMmd7. Shuster„Qrouklfn, N.Y., assignon to International Flavors @ Fragrances Ine., NewYork 'V.V. r: f~lj Di.ision of Ser. No. 740,890;Noe...11,1976, Pat.,No: 41076,749, . i 11is application Jul. 28, 1977, Ser- Na. 819,873 Int. Qa Cl111. 9/00 ' 1 t US. C1.252 522 2 Cluima 1.;u,s,ai,n: ~, ..~ :. .. .. . . tct [u x[ xtn.rstrnort , a r r t r rrt .y i ,::, . .. , ,...,...:,: . 1. A perfnm^ eom;rosrt ,I as ng a vetrver character eom. -'prising (t) a composition of mttcr consisting of a mixrure of thrcc compounds defined by the strucn.m ... . . , . ,_ . ... ~ ~•: t- . i~! ! I o '+^y - s earbontatbuo doublr~ wherein one of the'dashed lines is .bondandeachoftheotherefthr.dashedlinesisaearbon<ar- ~' bon singlk.bond'.in amolfactorilyeffective amount and (ii)at. . . ' leastone adjuvant selected from the group coruisring of,nntu---[at perfume oils;,syntheticperfume oils: alcohols, aldeHyd'es,. . '' ietonea other than kelunescontained in said mixture (i)j ni- - triles, este[s andlactonesd .a!.r,,i . ..... i.- ( 41,109,022 f, . ' ~ •- FllAVORINGWITHTdtAhS, .-E.1•CROTOVOYL.2;2,6-1III1SFL7HYLCYCLOHEXANg ,~Douwe.Rienk de.Haan,SecsqpndDirk Aarcl Kettenes, I`otlan, .. buth of Nothcrlands, usignurs to P.F.W. Beheer D.V., Amers- ' foort, Netherlands . ,..1 :... Filed Apr. 28, 1976, Ser. No. 681.,202 ' :.~C7aims pribrity,.opplication United Y.iop,dom, Oct.26, 1972, I 49368172 lot. CI iA23L:1/735- US. C1.426-5J3.8 qailns ' 1. A fruiL Ravoringeompneition, for flavoring a food prod- - uel, to which has bccn added turts E-1-croronoyl-2;216-trime- . thyl6y+elohezanein an amouut lrhith iseffcctive ta impart a fresh, fruityy flavor to naid flavoring composition. _ ~ ~ ~ CP) r1 OLr 8, tdor 11, $EwT'r 15, 1978 ,r; 934
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.~: ,. ' e" .. L .. r TEP141T h ~ +,f F•;~'Y S,9 it rk _::rr s, v•; i3}~ ,,U ni J19] f~'d Staltcs Patent A ~r~.~ iil l 3,337,017 , tcr r 3~ ` J'- ' ] ~ ~ :` bi cD u(!ce - (431 Sei t. 24, 1974 S ~56 t~ ~ rY;;;;~ {0~ / ' . 9~~1.1~ 5DJ 9~ , 1 fJ 1 154 1 SYSTEM FOR TOILET 6Ott'L CLLtP IhC ~: "~Pnmary~Gcmrrvr K'alne A. 6terx Jr ' ~ ~ - r ~ ~ ~ i T{J ] 1i [76 ) ' lnccntor. Richnrd L. hicDul!c<, R R 1, Bur r1a~YSf . Arr .*.ry, Ayrm, ar Fnm-F1eDaugaP, HenS & Scou .~ f ~ ~ III. 60v0] Aumra ;.733 I A ` a ,~f27 4 , „ Fkd i ~Qt7,197] '. [57[ ~.~ ..' AW T9tACP i D A system fordaaninS toilet howlswherein a container ' t - • (21 ] Appl No: Ig"1,354 . : b located within a water tank zssoer""ted with the bnwl .a . l r ) ' ( 1 , s,, I' c „ . 4 r ~ .rith a clwnin; compound such n calcium hyprrhlo- ' i i ' " , A (32 ] US CL ..__ -___ . 41228, e'pI ~. 10 . . rice berng mcluded ith n the container. A small d J1 Lr . -1 :r ), ,+ ~ rro- aeropcr.4ng is proadcdeithinJhe cema eer,md eds - '. ;(31 I IcL Cl...... ____ _. _ E03d 9l0?. CO?c 1100 - prosides eapcsure to srater in.Cse 6ink so.thaL the , -v~ [SS K I fiddalScarch4/?ng,222,2J2,DIG. 10 t , eompour.d' will be dissullcd in,the water an,l.chereby ' the bowl when the toilet'is flushed. An ' delivered to c, , (36 j RelesenmCited .; . ., t r s:~4 '.'amounl ofinert.particlY sucha5 atone may be in- '' UNITE.DSTATESPAFEIV'fS - : cludcd in Lk eonminer tn aouperate with the sr:u7 di- ~ 2,t 47} o7510/19>7. H.rller___-_.4/'2s ''ameter opening fnryurgrsies oflimiting she ratc Of ie- ound from witliin~ the container osaf of'the: com Bn]} ~7,5 ]I 15. - p 1?5 7f1970 m Ote 1211970 Da+ir.._._._ 4R19 _Thc conlainer pn:.'.•rahic consists of an dliPsoidal a J :'n lo 911971 bodyhasinga reduceddi:vncleimid-scuticnwithth's , , -°' F 2 .. OREIGNPATENTSOR'.APPLICA710.u15 626 t2/19G9 designprov,dingadurthcrnmansfolsmitingthemte 'ufrcmaval'afthe.comfwund. ) , S Cfainms, 6' Draxisg J L^urr - 1 ~~ U n itcd Statcs Patent 1191 nn 4,076,854 ~ '`Li Eh tetal. [uJ Peb.28,1978 ~ :. [i/ J FLAVO26G R'ITH A CYCLOHLILADIESE . Primory Eremfee-Joseph h9: Gollan - , DERR'ATICE Attmneg Agenr. er Fbm-AM1hur L.:Libcrrran: t [73 J Inveniors: Ifenneth K. Wght, Long Bmnch ' FranOln IJ:.WuIRe . .Bettel.t.Spenm,.OccanGrove; ~' (57J +ADSTR.ACf 7J ] '.. Joa9u/u F. Vi.u]s, Red Dank. alllof ,'N.J.; Jseob%iwals, Brooklyn. N.Y.; ~~. ALoGW'HUgu Vock, LocusL N.J.; .F.dwsrd J. Shusler,:Broola5a. N.Y:. A., gnec: ~'IntemalionallF7atora'k Fragrancer `Processes and eompositionsare describedd for use in 'foodsmff, ehewing gym, toothpaste and medidnal 'product flavor and aroma; tobacco Hlvor and aroma;. +: perfume and perfumed anicle.aroma augmenung„en- haneing and im : artin -wm ositions; and a foodstufL -.Iac.,NewYurk,N.Y p , g p . . ehewing gum, tmthpaste, medicinal product. tobaecol ~, [21 J Appl. No.:773,058 - perfume andlperfumed articlearoma.imparting materi- ' ;'.'[12 . II {-~[31 J ] Filad -Mu.J,1977 ...1.:~ '. IeLQi - ._...AI7L1/2'6 ats.ofoneor more cyclohexsdsene.derivatives having .. . thegenericiormuia. ' (32 J OS. 0.. ........ _ 6x6r59g;Q32/522; 9 - M;-,..-]60/3g6R;'1 671/17R i''(SEJ FddofS<vab._.._.__.:'_.260/586R;:126/538 Reterenccs Clted - , t- U.S. PATENT DOCt1hfENTS • ' ~: 7,929;69917/1915 Schulre-EI¢U6/51t1% 7,921;107 12/1975 fihuhoPime26/SIS% wherein R u onc of [,-C, alky7. R, is mehyl v hcn R, ` 7,997:a77 5/1976gchulrs-E)te.____-...26015&6IR , µ hydreg=~~• and R, u hydrogen when R,n mc~hyl. ~ 1,9ev_.IAg. 6/1976 9fuchnnlm_260/Sd6R'X I, 7,969.ei7 H/1976Demole426R79IX ..( 6,019,IU46/t971 Demuk__426/51aX .JQ7Yim;~7DrawlrtgFilvree . , . , 1- t, VoL; 8. fJoe"`1Z, SEPT. 15, 1978 J 1 7
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PATEN `. ;' LEAF DEFOLIATOR ASSF.MBLY FOR AN AUTOMATIC TABACCOHARYPSTERChulesW-SoRr.*, 150T,Tranrrood'Dr.,.Raleigb, N.C. 27606 ~r rFiledNor•4 1976,SenNo 738834 InA CL AO1D 45116 . US CL56-27.3 1 Glaim Y : a. A tobaceo harvcster unit adapted'to be mounted and riuppoaed adjacent oneside of a tractor, said tobacco harvester ;.rmitcomprising.a(ramestructurqrotativelydriven9eafdefu, . -j;liation meana extending generally.loPgitudinallywtthtn.asul ' harveslcr uniC.and including rear and'front ends; lateral con• ` veyormeansdisposedoneachsideofsaidharvesterunitgencr -. ., ...ally. adjacent the rear areas of 'said d'efol3ating means, said t'.`lateral conveyoemeans extendingg on each side of saidharr „i ~~ vester unit from the rear acaa of raid'~defoliating means for. wardly where the lateral eonveyor meansierminates generally _ -intermediately.between the front and rear ends ofmaid defolia- ~ ~. lor.rneans; longitudinal conveyormana disposed outwardly ~ :~ adjacent.saidlateralconveyonmeansforreceivingeobacooleaf :`i:_'materialhherefrom;and'afronrstationarylrafreceivingpand . -.adjoiningsaid'literalconveyor means on.each side of said -. barvester unitt just generally below and adjacent the:front . portion of saidd defoliating.means; seid frontlslationary'Ieaf ~'reccivingpanellserving to.utehand receive leaves initially`' ' defoliated from.the upperpottioncf the target swath during.. ` Ihe.haruesdng operation andlwherein tobacco.leaves remain-:: ingabout.thelowerportiomofthe.targetswathacrtoengagc" .. and sweep these received' leaves disposed' on each of'asid', ,' sutionary leaf receiving rearwardly onto said adjacentlaterali i conveyor means where the leaves arc conveyed laterally onto '. saidounvardl¢sdjacentbngitudinalconveyingmeans,- _, rbl <a' r:'+~ lt '{tcli rY Y-~ ~ ~95 -`~I74 ~' ; CIGAAL'iTE.FILTER M .V<Ilo Norman, Raleigh, and,Clurlea M. Moogsllan'Dmhunti both of N.C., avlP,ors to Ligett'Group loc., Durham,'N,C.. *' --5. FledMar1 1976,Ser.Nu 665,624 1nt Q' A24Q 1/P! U.S.C1.131-261B t14".'.vf 1 +r"~t_~N~/rICWm h. A 1. A cyhndrieal article comprising a plurality of tubcs of equal length being axially aligned and spaced apart givcnand •, x'- ., . equal distanees' along said axis,a layer of eompxcted fsltec :~ '-"material positioned eircumferendallyaboutsaid tubes and extending the length of said cylindrical'.anicle, said filter mate-' ;! rial frictionally holding aid tubes in position along said axis Iandsaid',fdter material being compacted toa.stateof greater density in.thearea surroundingsaid tubes'and to a state oNj'.i -.-lesser dcnsity in Ihe area extending between said tubes and a cylinderof plug wrap material about:said layer of filter maie- - n iii:ny i °: ~rid for maintaining said filter material in its relative denvey.. autcs• . . .. .., , .. - r ~~~-. . > . . .., ,. -.....,.-..'4,109,665 ~ ' QECORATED CIGAR WRAPPERS . I"_.. F'rededek D. Gadfrey, Jr., Maplewood, N.J.t John J. Fedro, " , N'117:es,Berre, Pe.,,and Robcrt 1. Sinclair, Mendham, N.J., . asaignoratoConsolidatedCfgarCorporation,NesrYork,..N.Y. Filed Sep. 27, 1976, Ser.No. 727,054 1nt. CIiF A3dB 3/1$- D21fi 3/16 •' U.S. Ct- t31-LS C =t 44 Cleims ~~ : . , .... ` r~~2oT ~ oz. 20 3 261 2 or / -zoo ~ ' 300 , ;r~. zoJA Ro2A 207A' 201A ~ ~. a r - l. A sheet of manufactured cigar wrapper matenalha,ing ' opp~sed'surfbces andla pre-detemtined cross-sectional.thiGk- ness; said wrapper' having a vein-likepattemem6osseds . throughmnidurosv-scctionallthicknesstoformuraisedvain-like .. , pattern on one of said opposedd surfaces artdi a complimentary 'depressed'vein,like pattemmn said opposite surface, wherein~the.depressed.paltern onsaid opposed surface is filled with.e - fdler material in order to reinforce said emhossexipattern. . .. : ' ,._ . . q . . . .. . . 0 1 .. ~,.rL:.7 f cn.it 'r57 4D ' - 1 f VOL. 8, 140, 11f SEPT, 15. 1978 zi1
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Abstncts iil English ~ - ~ .,., .1978 en..r,.riin.:auw.Ow,., e 2wN0 o.rewlo.,n5.onndtoxpUaooGa..tuST................................... .eeoa. r..n4,w4 ferWrIrF M„r! Tbww.wc,.er i' D Fnkn. n0 .................................. rm~. - Yaaymology,of Polycyctlc Hyd'rocerbon.Blnding,sa Nuctelu.Adds. E Rogan,.R.Rotk. E Cnrul/rrf 265 MeeAanLsou of Tumar tait{aWon by Polyqelle Aromatie ftydtocubew'E Cavalfen, . R. Rutk ERogan.. C GrondJ.nn. JAlthoQ 273 Be.m[A]pTrene Me/abnllsnm'- Mechanism In Forraatlon ef Epoaides, Pbenols,. Dihyd>odlals, asd'7.&DIab9.l0ffyoaido. SK. Yang; P.P.Rcller, RV..Gcldoin 285 . 4ilydeoaymethylbeom[A]pyrene Synthelase-Resoiationof Enzyme System Into Apoenryme " and Cipid C-I Donor Cofattor. NH. Sloane,VL 6SgiriA D. Sedey 303 CAmp.dsaemf Metabolltes of Beneopyreoe.by. Lung Mixed' Function Oaidose.hom Rat. Rhesus, aad ifumaus. Rl. FrendcnrhaL SGS fiundlrR': S..SL Cattan.o 313 -MetabolismofBeoso[A]pyreseand.ItsMajoeMetaboiitesb'yRespirataryTisues. ' - .. ' G-df.Cohen. BP.'Moore 323 Meqbolismof Deosa[A]pyreae q!-Oalde:by Isolated Perfined Rabbit Lan4~B.R: Smirk. --- • ' ' -' -.lRBrnd 341 IaDaente.of Putieulatm.an Metabolism of Beneo[A]pyreoedn Isolated Perfuied Lung. -. -- ' . AWanhawskgR:W.Riemeier,.EBingham 341 .: -Yatrabepatte Dloaetlralson of7,12-D1metbylbena[A]anthraceneand Beuxo[A]pyrene in Ifumao Fetd Tissues. MR. Juchav. A.N Jones M7...Namkvng;.l Degiomnni 361 .' 7amer Initiating and Promoting Activities of V.riom: Bensa[A]Yyrene MetebolitesJn Mouse . . - 5dn.. FJ. Slaga. W.Af. Brueken: A. f:qJG D.L Berry, SM.' Foeher,.D:R. MIBrr, W fesiA,. .. . . A.6.ConnrY-AYagi;D.AiJerzuu 371 l. e:enetle Differences 1. Binding of Reactive C.rc(nogede Metabolites to DNA. 0. Prlkonen, , A.R::DoahiL.D.1V. Rrben 383 + Arene Oeide•Mediated CLematerataYenesif. - AA Blake. F. Afarty.C Faifinger, AM Gerymarn 401 ~. ltansplacental Partinogenlt ActlritYof:7,iLDimetbylb<nx[Ajan . thracene. J.M Riac - SR : Jash4 R.E Shi•ne/tfL .tLL R?nk 413 TasAra fndhction of Sister l]sromatid ErchangeebyJ Eolyaroma dc Hydtncarbons... fkBayrr 423 Homaa Aryl Hydrocarbon Htdroxylase and Canter Risk. J. MinoradaL Nouten.. 8. Paigrn, ILL Gurloo: EWard R: /tncen0. RB. Parkerr, J.Vaught 429 Hi@h Risksdn Eaposure to Porycycik Aromatic Hydrocarbons. - B.RbBoutos 439 Grelaogenic and Mulagenie Risks Assoeiatednith Fossil Fuels. R:Bridbord J.G.French {a1 Hierarebical Testing Scheme for Carcinogenicity. .. W L Mareur 465 . . r.,r„ ...., -.•. - •.:,. .. . . ,...., . ... ..... .. .... _. .... ._.....: . . ~ . - ., .. . .... .. . .. . . . ._...~-~ ... , . . ~ . . . . . . Archives of Environmental Health. July/August 19'78' v. 33, no. 4, p. 176 EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON HUMAN HEALTH EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTANTS. IV. SHORT-TERM PHYSIOLOGICAL AND CLINICAL EFFECTS OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE EXPOSURE " Hackney, Jack D. •etf al ' Adult.malevoiuntccrswere.exposedtonsitrogendiozidc(Nf]2).a01.0ppminpurifiedartundcrconditions.simula ling,ambient',photo- ehemini smog cxposures('2-hr esposure with intermittent light esereisc at 31°C,and 35% relative humidity)..Sha.m esposures to p,urified aieatone servcd''as controls. E.rpos+re effects were assessed: by pulmonaryphysiological tests and by a.standardized clinicallevaluation: Nosiatisticailysignificant pllysiolugicxl changes attributabie to NUq exposure wem.found except for a marginal lo.ss in forced vital eapacy ity after exposure on twosuccessivedays(i.57omeandecrcase,P\'7O5): Reported respiratory.and other symptomswere slightly increascdwith exposure as eomparedl to'control, but tlsec change was not sicnificanC.Shorldernr toxicity. of NOR , at peaA.ambicnt concentrations appearstobe substantiallYless than that of ozone in hcalthy'people, but.adverse N02 effects ih d'iseasedpcoplb or in long-tenn.taposures . eannot be ruled out'uo prerenL . . lSRIT[S{f MEDICAL JOURNAL s
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, Tobacco August 4, 1978 v. 180, na. 16, p. 32 EFFECTS OF AVAILABLE CALCIUM CONTENTAND'SOIL pH ON THE GROWTH OF FLUE-CURED TOBACCO SEEDLINGS Ryding, W. W. fobacco seedlings Micotlana tabacum L.) were grown in a greenhouse inn aeid'soilswilh, different natesof'.lime and gypsum added to cenain_. treatments to ensure an adequate supply,olCa: Plant growth was af-lecled indirectlyy by scil.pH.more than by calcium supply. Limelncreased rleldand Ca eoncentration;.and deereasedMn~coneentration, whereass l lf ct d lit t e e e gypsum decreased yield, increased Ca concentration and ha on Mn concentration. Theeffects of both materiatson Mg, Alland Fe con-' Centrationswereerrati0- . . .. Ar7iclcs and',\bstractsin English - VOL.. 155 NO. 2 1.978R. Rylandar et at., Gemenburgand Gnnera: - Dust'and SmoAe Synergism an Lung Ccls Jbaaiona 154 Journal of Clinical Pathology AbslractsiaEnglish ; . VOL. 31 ND. 7 Blood alis and alcolsol consumption with special reference.to smoking habits. g. FJCHWEGE, L PAFOI, J. t2LLOVCX, 1. R. CLAUDa. J: N9Fwu, 0. eEQUIGami,. J. 1: RICHARD,.Ah9 D: SCIewAR>•E' pn;cs 65i658 SARTAIN„ Aaron Quinn, 658.3'02 1905- 7besuJrrvisorend the joN. f Aaron 0. Sarlain. Alton W. Bak'er... 3died. New York : McOraa•- 11ill,.cl97g. ai, 467 p. : ill. p.24 eln. C+1cGruw- Hilll series im managcmenq. Publislrc& in 1965 and'1972 under titler Tne supervwor and his: job. Includes index. Bihtiogmphy: p. 453-455. fHF5549.S175' 19781 77-24624 ISBN 0-07- U54756-f: 14.95 1.. Supervisom2. Supcni<fan ofempluyaxs. 1. Bafrr, Alran. B'esky; 19.12- joint author. lt. Tr71e. JULV 1978 ' LIPIDSasavourcenf664'.06' •..ffnar: a symposium /sponsored by the:Flasnr " , Subdivision uf the Division of Agrn:ulmral and - Food' Chemistry at thr. 174th meetingg of the Ameriean~ Chemical Society. Chicago. Illinois,. August 30-31, 1977 ; SfichzclK. Supran„editor... Washington : American Chemical Soeiety, 1978.. p em. (ACSlsymposium series,; 75ISS51 0097-61561)llncludcs bibliographies and index.. IQD305.F2L46] 78-9739. ISBN 0-g112-0418-7' :. .,i7.50'1. Cipids-Conarrsses- I. Aaror-Cangrrssrs:, G Suprrn, Alichael ,Y.,. 1939- Lf.. Amencsn '' Chemicel'Society.' Disdsion of ABricultural and ' FoodChtmisrry.f7avor Subdivinon• 116. Seris•sr Amencan Chemial Saciet3c AC9'symQosium ~sener,:79.~ ~ • TIfE inlozmation sncirry : 0211 -$sucss and answers / (sponsored by] American . . . Libmry Association i President's Corsmixs:un fnn D " the 1977etroit annual conf<rence.; edited withh a pref. and introd. /iy. E. J. Joxey ; and a foreword b'y'ClaraSunton Jones. Pbocnix, AZ: Oryx'Prcss;.[1975] p. cm. (A Nea45ehuman professionaCl book) Incl6desindax.. (%Jfi72.5•154] 78-1 M03 . LS 0 N'. 0-9 y 27G0- i 6-5 I ib-bde. : 1',1.95 °-L Gibmrics and sctirrp-Gungrrssca d' Jnforcration srknce-Cr•ngressrs 1-lusry„ E. L, 1.924- U: Amera•an Cfbrxy Associatinn. . Piesiden/i Comrnission on the Detroit . Conference. . - .. . . BA1PA1, Avi C. 519.5'077 StalisKcal methods for engineers and scirntism: a students' course book /As C.. Bajpai- I. M. -Glus; 1: A. Fairiey:. ChicAester ; NewYork: Wiley, c1978. p• em. (A Series of programmes on mathematics.for sclentistsand technologssts) Includes index. Bibtiozraphy: µ5-1QA246.B2J5] . 78-N81 ISBN O~a71-996410 1 S- _ 1. Aftlthematical stab'stics-Proqnmmed Instrucrion: 2 Enrinerdng-SraruricaJ mrrhodt- ' Programmcd insrrucrron. J.. Sacncc-Srarisrical hdPd ira L C/o metos-rogrammensrmttn..as. -• lsene.AC,Jbintauthon lf, Faidey, L Alex, jolm authoa fJl. T/dt-fV.Se»cs SYMPOSIUM on Sulfur 540'.g a Utilization: a Progress Report, New Orleans, La., 1977,. Naw usesofsulfur, 1f: a symposium I sponsored b~ the Division of Industrial and Engiheering Cyhemistry at the 173rd mccting of the American Chemical Society, New Orleans,. ba., \1Srch 22- 23; 1977; Douelas 1! Bourne„editur. Washincoon : American Ch'emical Soaiety; 1978. ix; 282p. : ill. :24 em. (Advances in chemisw series ; 165) 155N 0065-2393 1~ Includes blbliu9raphical references an& index. (QDI.A355 no. 1'.631 661'.07'23' 78-1004 ISB?t 0-8412- P245.5960 39L-1 : 3' 1. Sulphur-Cnnyrersex L Bourne. Douafas d' lf, Amencan ChemicalSociety. Drvirron of . Ind usrrial and Ensineeting, Chcmiirry. /!L Tilla !V.' Series . .g
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PATEiiI ,Yh•y'~'?'.s~f 4,108,152 i °qri ,l1 ~cI~S'fORAGE COh1PAR'1'S4ENT CAP FOR t .-:.LIQUID:FILT6RED~gMOK[.NGDFb'ICE -~_ S< Richard 1Y:.Kahleq Rte, 1, Box 61iRoekCare, W. Va- 26234 Coottnuation-in•partofSer.No.6-')9P37I,Jun.24, 1976 which is , .:.i a eontimution•in-part of Sor, No„509 941, Sep. 27, 1974. ".:bandoned.lbisapplication.Otl. 36, 1976, Ser. No, 735,270 Int Q.rA24R9/00.' S/GR' A24F I/OI. 1/JO .. . r"US.Q.131-/73 .S.Sqaims,- 1. In asmoking device having . • a container for housing.a volume of fluid and including,.. ; meansdeGning a first opening therein; ' means dBGning a second opening within said contarner,. '-_ mhular means open.at both ends.thereof; inserted throughI ` said seeond opening means such that't one end of said ' = lubular means is.immersed', within saidvolume of Ruid. %~ while the other.end thereof projects outwardly of.said smaking bowl means, for housing a predercrmined volume '' . of lobacco~, mounted upon saidd other end of said tubular: ~ meansandfluidicallyconneetedtosaidtubularmeans, ~ the improvemen0 comprising- s dapp means removably, ... ' mounted upon mid conlainerso as3o cover and sealsaid '. QirsLopening, mid cap.comprising:.^"'>~; >'-...< ' a 5rst cup member having a substantially inverted U-shaped •" configuration; . ' . , '~a sewnd.cup~member havinga~substantially'U-shaped con- .~ Gguration,.disposed interiorlyof'.said first eup member,. ~'(,nidl cup members deLntngsaid storage'e compartment ` ,.aherebetwaen; '•4 rt .r.•-,,- ,...~ . • . -. . mid second cup member havsng,a Dange formed abounthe " upper, external periphery thereof, and aaidRangebeingineontacnwithdheinteriorwallofsaidf]rst , '< aup member so as to separate the outer peripheral wall of -.raidsecond member from thee interior wall ofsaid flnt . •' member .nd tkereby, define: an annular space there4- ~.. ., Iwean?oo accommodating said eontainerr means deGning - anid fimt open]ng. . .. r:: t..,;. -' rllr vOLr ~, ~~da ll, $EPTr 15, 197$ '.. - , 1 <1109.395 CRTf.`:fIOUSF., DR}7N'G, STORING NURSF.RS' SSS7F.~1 [. ~ r ifl :r] E Huang, 2008 Varnrll A.e., R.le;yh, N C. 27612 h qi/~`A 'f t, , t,yFS.~-;_ r Fila2 Oct. 28, 1976, Ser. No. 776,533 t ' .v r?..,r ~%tor. 17.F751119/G7i F'AJ I/0d , US Q.34-93 '.` -k 1 ri S ;[u ~(YS: `4 'v16Clasma .},=tt t . v, T :~. c I~`~d Z it ~r y+f~ rto (45 }~ r r ->.~°',i=Jl Y~ ,~ 4y!'j +I~~ac1 t . N -Z S~ ::1.A multi-purpose siructure adapted for use as a drier or 1' ;'gleenhouse:comprising: a main outer•.structural housing in• ~• cluding a transparent outer.sorface (orallowing available solar. ':b radistion.to be transmitted.through said outenstruetural.hous-- .;.ing;atleastonerotorstructurenormallydisposedinlcriodyof ;'raid main auter stmduml kouving and'eaposed to available +ry -:1*-' {'solar radiation transmitted throughh mid outer•structurat'.hous ' ing, mid ioior structure when used'in a drying mode cf opera- . i- "t-an including a cylindrifal wall structure Ihat has the eapabil- •..I ; '.ity. to support'and holdmaterial; support mtansnormally. . t.,,;-.. ` , disposed'interioriyofsaidouterstmcturnlhousingforsupport- .~iog:saidrotorstructure:interiorlyofsaidouterstructuralhous- ~:, ipg,aaidsupportlmeamincludingaporlable.lllcetrailer-having,r: -Swheelmeansforallowingsaid«aiiertobemovedinandoutof mid structure; rotor drive mcansopfrativefy'assoctated w']th.,.},; raid.rotor structure'lor rotatively driving,the same, and a! furnaee system operativelyassoeiated.with said multi-purpose ' atructuree for circulating air through Ihe intorior of saidistruc- _ '. Nreand' including fieating means.for heating the air as ncres- "' ~ aaryin order to maintain a desired temperature level whhlu r b.. ,~. .4,108.191`. v.r.. ,.~ ..1. ,.: i ~~CAh1S1A ALUMINA FILLED.PAPER WRAPPER FOR >',,`a.: ^.SMOKIVG ARTSCLFS. ' :'s', jJU c . si.t.4 R, }tugu Yd rt4n, :nd William F.,Owen0. Jr., both of Ftafah 'y xS :.' Furest, N,C.„ assiknors to Olin Corporation, Pisgnh Forest: N.L'- ,.)'C i'lp.., nN1 'A'1?t'!]59:1! _., r.JY. it' AfY~'~1 ... ~" Continuation oESer.No.639,293; Dec:10, 1975,.abandoned. `-;'Ibis apalication (slar:,10, 1977/ Ser. Na 7J6,183 -luL Q.] A24D 1/02 -,! i - U.5• (l 131-4 4 Claims ' • -L A combustible oigarcttepaper,that is effective in selce•s.V•`7•• •-~ tively raducing the vapor phase constitucnts.in to8aceosmoke,' '- ' ;~ eomprising cellulose Gbersandl a gamma alumina f]llen6 sub• :. - ': sisntiallyfreey of'..otbeo crystalline forms or alumina said eiga• ~ relte paper containing from..50 to S07o of saidlgamma alumina . f+llcr based on thee weiglut of the Glled paper,, said gamma .- alumina filler pulvcriud to pass through a 300.mesh sereem ,,drkf Y~ .~ 'F1{7r~ FU~. INA rI f, 'ri 46% i,r- .r..w;:~ 14"
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