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50251 0011 ~ ~t ., 231 d B Baker, John Randal, M0- Principles of biolorgicnl niicrotechnique; a study of fixa- tion and dyeinti. London, Methuen; New York, Wiley (1958, 337 p. iilus. 2.°, cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Microscope and microscopy-Technique. L Title: Btological microtecbnique. QII231.B32 ; 578 58-2743 j Library of Congress ~ ~5Jz10~
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50251 0020 1Q. i ~ 505 D 1 Bioiot;icn.ll pt:yaics. Dessaucr, Friedrich, July 19, 1881- Qualltenbiolo(rie; I?infuhrtuil; in einen neuen Wissens zNcei(y . Berlin, Srrinber,1J5-1. 178 p. ilius. 24 cm. 1. Biological physics. i. Title. QII505.D1 54-3206 ; Library of Congress E 31 L 0 i ~~n~~ f ~2y5
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50251 0007 w cdl ASsR; ll;cltzt te A. i3I0,..'wWj'I.iES:It! t a. D EZ.'IsZI; .~'i XO:?M-'Vol GidILYPl TAF.er. CJ::OI IMSAAI s (nlol,:ztcaI i'srhod of Gor.txrol ui B1z;.k Root Rot In Tokaneo satxlt3c~s.) T' LIv}7 coso Hisltjtnjaloo Eo:. c`id. 2!s (N0• 4) 77a83 Ia Rugsian crith (i3;:R• I,a'~;iamd) Er,U:fsh €Ls t.: act.
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QH 505 H Biolcgicul physics. 50251 0022 Iioward•Jo,zes, N ed. Applied biophysics; survey of physical methods used i medicine, a symposium. ilst American ed.) Brooklyr Chernical I'ub. Co.,194J. vii, 293 p. illus. 21 cm. Includes "References." 1. Biological physics. 2. 1lediclne. i. Title. Q1I505.II63 1949 612.0144 49-114 73 . Libr:uy of Congress i201 t 0 1~ 0 I~2 9 7 1w
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50251 0012 3iologica1 molecule3--Structura. Paulin„ Linus Carl, 1901- eed. I .L Tolecular structure and bioloralical specificity; a sym posium sponsored by the Office of Naval Research anc arranged by the American Institute of Biological Science- held in Washington, D. C., October 28, 29, 1955. Edited b• Linus Paul.in~ and Ilar~•ey A. Itano. Washington, Ameri can Institute of Biolo;ical Sciences, 1957. 195 p. illus. 24 cm. (American Institute of Biological Sciences Publication no. 2) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biological chemistry-Congresses. i. Itano, Harvey A., joiu ed. rr. Title. ui. Title: Biological speciflcity. (Series) QII315.P3 574.19032 57-1100: Library of Congress (20j s I ~ .
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QK 83 Je 1973 , 50251 0013 BlologicalVNomenclature Charles Jcflrey B.A., Principal Scientific Officer, Roya! Botanic Gardens, Kew For the Systcmatics Association Special Topics in Biology Series Distributed in the United States by CRANE, RUSSAK & COMPANY, INC. 347 1ladison Avenue New York, New York 10017
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50251 0015 ' R JR CLASS Np. TEXTBOOK 1 S 2240 Gr 1961 Gri.•f'fith,C,D.; I. NICOTINE Y)L::c,RF1DATIQN BY NICb 0~~IA`F2US7ICA; CRADAfIC1N BY AN ARTEROBACTER SPECIES. Doctoral dissertation. Michigan State Uni.vers:ity. 1961 Univ, Mi.crofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.28 p..61.(IN : ENG. ) 0 0, () I a 2 9 0 ISN = 6112
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50251 0023 ~y; aH ~ 505 ,.J . D 1O.L'?~icai 7::jr:i:.'nS. Johnsen, : ank 11 Tho kine:ic basis of molecular o:r.,lvs.y ~by; Frank lI JohnGon, Henry Eyring land, Tliltoii .1". Yo:issar. T'ev York, «'iley & Sons (19541 vii, S?4 p. illus. 24 cm. Bibliography ; p. 7q-S.53. L P:iysiological chemistry, 2. Chemical reaction, Rate of. L Title. QP521.J6 574.19 54-765 Library of Congress ~ i201 ;. 0 10 0{1 t'i 1 ~ 2 9 11
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r _ 75 C-r .rn. - D1f3LtOGRAPNIC DATA SFiEEI` t. Report No. '4. Title and Subtitle I3iologicAl...Pest Control._ _ - (A Bibliography with Abstracts) 50251 0018 Z. 3. I:ceipicnt's Aeece:.iou No. NTIS /PS -75 /091 5. l:cport L)atc ]~Znuzry, 1975 7. Author(s) Pernell W. Crockett 9. Performing Organization Name and Address ~ ; National Technical Information Service 5285 Port Royal Road ~ V s Dcpartment of Cor'imerce w..p Sprinftleld VA 22151 Springfield, Virginia 22161 6. 13. Type of Report E: Period Covered 1966_- Sept. 1974 10. Projcct/Tasl:/u'ork Unit No. ;rlt. Contract/Grant No. 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address Presented are 46 references on the use of microorganisms as agents of pest, t insect, and weed control. tl 0 1 ~
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50251 0027 1 4 3icl.oTicel physics•- ' QH L ber, 1+'rcd Murray, ;905-- ed. .~ 505 T3iophysiciij reseai•cl: methods, prepared by a group U specialists. New York, 7nterscience Publishers 1193Oj Ix, 667 p. lllus. 24 cm. ` Includes bibliographies. 1 . 1. Biclogical phssics-1}RS3a*c~ + 1 of 1(, II505.U2 574.0153 50-6333 Ltbrars of Coneress -- 152z71 r MF Q { i l (~ ~l f) ~ .~ ~ ttl 2
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Bio'Lobicel pirlysics. j "s. . .....~~~+. ~.~T 5ft51 0026 Randall, J.T. Nature and stri.cture of colla-en, papers presented for a discussion convened ty tiie Colloid and Eiop_:ysics Co: ---atteo of the Faraday Society at 7an-'s ~,olleg©, Loi.don, on 26 and 2'; 1953. New Yor'c, Acader:ic Press, 1953. ix, 269 p. 2; cm. ...:;r,~ •~7^ _~...--.ws.r+r~.-.~-.. ...•.-.-.. ..a... Jrr. av..+.-- ... .. ~.-..-•.,~.~.. b7 ~ ~~ / J ~ l: ~ 1
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50251 0014 , y.~. Biochemical Societp, London. Symposia. no.1•- // Cambridge, Ur,iv9tsity Press,1948- s~- I/ 9. lilua. 25 cm. 1. Blological chemistry--0ollected works. t ! QH345.B522 Library of Congress ., >~ 612.015 514037 ~ i2l
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50251 0028 i Q~ • S 5u5 w ai R'erfT, J Th van der. Biological relctions caused by electric currents an(l lbY S-rzys; a theoretical study of the phenomena of excitation in the nerve bv different electric currents and of the biol<, i- cal reactions caused by X-rays, both based upon a common principle. \ew York, Llsevier,10#8. sii, 203 p. diagrs. 2-! cm. ftiblioerAphS: p. [19;;j-137. 1. Biological physics. 2. Electrophysiology. QH50~.T~'~S ; ~ 612.01442 49-3-4 7•?h : LIbrary of Congress 11;i1 a
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Blilc~;ical rhysics. Advances iii biolt)nical and medical physics. \e~c l"ot'&: Ac:uletnic Prets, 194S-/3,S',t- _-;-3 -3 v. din,rs. 24 cm. annual. Ruiturs :V. 1- ~ J. TI. Lawrence, J. G. Hamilton. 1. Biological physics-y'earbonks. 2. Isotopes-Physiological elYer 3. RHdionctivits. r. Lawrence, John Hundale, 1s*-1- ed. , . QIT505.A1 N0g- 57-1.0153 48-31f Library of Congress ~ i51z'1:>>
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L 0~ r 4:~ r~ 6 ~ Progress in bicphysics ,^.nd biophti•sica I cherni:,try, v. 1-7 New York, Acndertlll' Press; London,l3uttenvorth-Spritiger, 19 ")0- S5 Kw, illus. 26 cm. ( Progre•ss series) F.ditors:1flia j~ J. A. V. Butler and J. T. Randall. 1. Lqologicnl physics. 2. Biological chernistry. i. Butler, John Alfred Valentine, 1835- ed. ti. Randall, John Turton, ed. Q11505. A1P7C l'- 574.0153 50-11295 Library of Congress (5°x10j --~..~...~ ... ~...
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50251 0032 1 ' TP ~ 710 Ha Biological profAucts. i Harris, Rebcrt John Ceci1,1A22- ed.. Biolo-ical applications oi freezin~ and drying. New , York, Acad.emic Press, 1954. 415 p. illus. 2-1 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Temperature-Pbysiological effect. 2. Biological products. S. Cells. 4. Tissues-Preservation. i. Title. QIIG53.H3 , -, 578 54-7614 : Library of Congress i20j ,_-..~....r~e.,..,c--:;l---.'....- . . . -,.......r,•-: . . . . . . -.. ~ . . a-s...,.» O i0 00 0 1 j 3 0 7
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50251 0030 6ca~e-r~c1/ 6 3. a _----- ~ 7D p9i XZ 8f0l.~l~t~AL~~ROBt£M.~; • Transactions af a Semina; 01 f3iulopieal Probin•la; In Water Pollulion heid at tte Robert A. Taft Sanitary tngineerinp (;enter Cin,:innttl, Chio April 23 - 27. i656 Coepflcd ana fdited • ey CLARfNCF X. IAR1NfLL bSy DEPAR1V.EUT OF 11 HEALTH, fUUCATICtI, AND WELFARE Publie Heaith S!rvice tlrrear of State Service. Divislon ef :anitary Cnqinrering Servfcei Robert A. Tr.ft Sa.iit+ry Enqinaerinj I:enttr 1957
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50251 0001 73IIINg _, ._.~_:.......~.,.._ .-/s Cl '7 A . p4 /`~ C-f' ~/_. lOl11c:.11d IIl F~~' ~.~'~~.e d r'l~eory of,Sor~~ tio!a ~'1ie. ~ ,. ~t,r-•~ „ ~' •• ~' >- `~~'.`t,• j j_~r,~ -, ri*.~* ~y;_1^~,rt 11 .- .~xdSOr~ )fit0l lit0ll ll ~.O.~t Z.g~x'LS510I1 on ._ >C~~ Ut:ib BiUiQ.gical Alaterials ~~ Density Fuziciiot: fQr\~orbed Vhter/ . 14 t'1C [iTSt Or t'rcSetica O pat Crs on 4 , surpt'ton fl,ci:ornena in hioio5ica ~ ~ tn:: aur~iocs (t:;:oddy z :d {•,,;;k=rAr~r---, 1970) dcri%,rd w•ithin of ajq::e- ize•;.Vh_^y~y ~ . ~~:;^lht:;~l tilU.e•,tv!? COl]tJ.li11,14~'~ tift:Sl- t;• connp^ncnc. AL•',o•t;;h -'Rcnsity rcla- P. O. Ngoddy arid F. :^J. I3akl•er-Arkert,a 2 ASSOC. A:} ti1B6R I1Et~1BER ASAE ASAE (1934) g:ve a relationship between the speeific eornpression e£s:-atcr, the inter- nal or ir,trinsic lxc<:ure chang~ 3nd tl:e exrcrnally ap flied pressu:e vf ayncr.us l+t~iors of .:c:t~}a ss~l+:,k.s. Scarr:r~ 3(t9 ~~i i d~rircl a fi~r :;i.~ r_Ia~io7 w?si~h eipresscs adsc:ru:~t.r in terms Of . . - .-. . .. A . .... .. ... . . . , . o r . . . . p cllcrnlC.11Otrntti..1 avzrage thickncss of a s;a ;la rao:ec ks. Iarr of adsorb:d A In tl:c last sre•er..l re2rs a v.•rac i-1I of szicn_i:?c effo:e has b-c., e~s --?_,1 attctnp;ir ft to ntodel tt,a:i:erru i:•._
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50251 0034 ~ I ~ J B.io3ogicail rs-oduct:3--Dz•ying^ Flosdorf, Earl Wiiiiar.t, 1904-- Freeze-drying; drying by sublimation. New Tork, Rein- hc,lcl Pub. Corp.,1919. vii, 2S0 p. illus. 24cm. Includes bibliographles. 1. Food-Drying. 2. Fiological products-Drying. 3. Refrigera- tion and refrigerating machinery. i. Title. TP363.F55 ! , 660.28 Library of Congress i'rit)--31 49-10 i 35* .-..-.-,•. E 0 1 tl o t1 U I ~ 3 -,, t) 9
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QIj 315 0 Biolobicaj p'r:~si:s 50251 0024 • aster, Gerald, ed. Physical techniques in biolo-ical r:selrch, edited by Geralc Oster lnndl Arthur W. Pollister. New York, Acaclenii: Press, 1955- 1 v. lllus. 24 cm. Includes btbllographies. CONTENTB: v. 1. Optical techniques. 1. Iilolo„ical research. i. Pollister, Arthur Wagg, 1903•- Joiu ed. u. Title. Q11315.03 574.072 544105t I.tbrary of Congress 12(h . ~. .• -^ r_r . , , .. . ~ _ -. - ~. -- ---..-..-..~...~. -~.. y 9 q 1~ Q ~1 Q f i2
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QA 276 F BiolozicGl. resEa: ch. 50251A600 38 Finney, David John. Statistical nnethod in biolobical assay. New York, Hafner Pub. Co.,1952. 661 p. ^3 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Mathematical statistics. 2. Biological research. i. Title. 6,1A27G.F4S ~- _ 311.2 53-1233 j Library of Congress f 10i
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iiiolor_;ical prodiicts. & Physicians' desk reference to pharmacqtical specinlticu~ biclogicals . I947---L'%% Rutherford, N. J., Diedical economics i1946- , 3 ~. 28 cm. Ic-T ~( /%(r ~ i°`4a Edltor: 1947- J. DL Jonea. 1. Materla medlca. 2. Drugsr-Catalogs) 8. Biological D-oducbs. L Jones, John Morgan, 1877- ed. RS75.P5 615.058 Med 47-177 U. S. Armed Forces Dfedlcal Llbr. [WB7HC)qPbqsj for Ltbrary of Congreas 157zljt l~ `7 f! _~
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50251 0039 :3ioZo,7ic31 research. Ak Ost,r, Gerall, ed. ~ 31t~ 1'hysical techniques in bioloai;.al research, edited by Gerald p Oster (andl Arthur W. Pollister. New York, Academic j Press, 1055- + 1 • T. tllus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. CorrrerTa.-v.1. Optical techniques. 1. Biological research. t, Po111ster, Arthur Wagg, 1903- joint ed. n. Tftle. QF-1315.08 ~~ 574.072 54-11056 Ltbrary of Congress ` i201
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50251 '0047 I I N85 'Linlo~ic~.I scientists. ;5Naticnal ccience Foundation Manpower resources in the biolcgical sciences U. S. Govt. Pr'nt Cff. 1955. 53 p. 26 cm. 0
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50251 0021 Ed&tll, John Tileston, 1302- Biophysiul chemistry ~by, .John T. F.clsall landj JelTrie Wyman. New York, Academic Press,1953- v. 24 cm. Includes biblioarapby. 1. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. 2. Biological chemtstr3 3. Biological physics. i. Wyman, Jeffrles, 1901- joint authoi ir. Title. QD453.E35 `~ 541 58-5714 ; Library of Congress ~ i231 L
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4 L F. CARNEY IQ L.imited, Cttttral Toxicology Laboratory, Alderiey Park, Nr Maeeks6eld, Cheshiro SK10 4TJ, U.K. 1 I •• 0•.i () q 0 a ! .~ nM.x Hr.W7122 .~~1 ~ y7q, ~50251 0029 ~+men '.esd n9 f4~ nreat Bnwe p YnwA (]xupaaaul Hys,ene Soaety ~'BIOLOGICAI:y PROBLEMS- IN'DEFINING HYGIENE , ' =STANDARDS fOR- PARTICULATES TV Wh -80 Abstrad-Some of the principles which influence the extent of a programme for particulates within an industrial toxicology laboratory are presented with empiiasis on the approaches adopted at ICI's Central Toxicology Laboratory. Here. new techniques have been in.roduced bc4h for the generation of atmsopheres and monitoring of animals. A new type of inhalation chamber is described for exposing rodents to materials as part of a chronic toxicity/carcino- setticity study programme. This chamber has been designed to reduce manpower and eiimitute the noed for different types of chambers required for the various physical forms of atmospheres that can be encountered. Some factors which must be taken into account in the extrapolation of animal data to man iro discussed. In particular, the value of additional tests for assessing lung fur.ction following exposure is presented together with a description of the non-invasive method tued. I 5 i~ ~ . 1 N
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; isiolo4;ic~~ ;~ruut:cts. ~ Ab 50251 (~P Biochemical nrcp7lrRtinnc, r. 1-5 ~ -51y New Yoric, J. Wiley t1V49-5f '~ B ..5 v. 24 em. Editors: 1M-,',7 IL B. Carter and others. 0031 1. Biological chemistrr-Collected works. 2. Bioloeical i. Carter, Herbert Edmund. 1910- ed, products. QP509.B5 612.015072 49-S306# ~' 3 Library of Congress ~G°^1 151 C f rl o tl n 1;, ,i m.T~~... a
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50251 0042 1~ fl- r~-, ...y ..-'/ !~ OF - . --.~__~.. . E;i;`r'(~~~ ~f1 ~ ~ ~,t I;~_sC~~ ifl TH% EJNTTi D Science and Technolob y Di v1Slon National 1. eferral Center 1,~5 LtBRARY OF CONGRESS • WASHINGTON • 1972 ----------- ~-~'_ ~__:1 n t') (1 7
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50251 0051 j?.3G1Ai,:iCrI Sea E=2:~1Si,:--~i:.':rapiV. ~ Q Jaeger, Edmund Carroll, i^o6i- ~ i 23 A source-book cf bioloaica- names andd terms. Illus. by J 1lierle Gish ancl the author. 3d ed. Springfield, Ill., Thon-,ns ~1955~ . xxxv, 817 p. illus. 25 cri. 1. Biologs-Terminology. QIIS3.J3 1955 " 574.03 55-SSGi rev Lfbrary of Congress (r55kE>)
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: . . . .. I Me5-76 AUTOMATED SYSTEt1S FOR S.P. RESEARCH SUPPORT OVERV I E1l 50251 0036 BIOLOGICAL, RESEARCfI/ COrTPUTERS/ DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH; ' EDUCAT I Otd -AND tlELFAR E -F00D AfJD DRUG .ADt-il tJt_STRATI OtJ . HATIOtJAL CENTER FOR OXI COLOGI CAL RESEARCH JEFFERSON, ARKANSAS (a n ( ) i :,
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50251 0040 i r A conference on radioactive isotopes in tir riculture; held on January 1?, 13 and 14, MG, at Michigan State Univer- sity, East Lansin-(,, Michigan. Sponsored by the Council of Participating Institutions of Argonne \ational Labora- tory. Washinnton, U. S.1ltomic Energy Commission [.19aG1 vi, 416 p. Illus., tables. 26 cm. (U. S. Atomic Energy Comtnis- sion. TID 7512) Includes bibliographies. :Jic.loCaZ ti'~~'sEi;l?'Cli. U. S. Argonnc 11'aiional Laboratory, Chicago. 1. ]Biolcgical research. 2. Agricultural research. 3. Rndioactlce tracers. i. Title. ii. Title: Itadioactive isotppes In A'e'riculture. (Series) QC770.UG3 no.7312 ) 630.72 57--G113S Library of Congress -~ t5Sk5I fj I () 0 n o 1 6 3 1. ~
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---~------•_ ---- i 50251 0037 ~i cc.t 4'.u-t~/ 1ww~ _ TD Pf 'J OI OLOGICAL PRGOLEM S ,YjATER POLLUTION a^~~•- Transaction~ of a Seminar on Diolopical Problems In Water Pollution held at the Robert A. Taft Sanitary Enpineerinp Center Cincinnati. Ohio April 23 - 27, 1650 Con:9iled and Edited by L1 I f~ (~ n n i CIARfRCE H. IAR1NIll _U ,S. DEPARTI'•ENT OF Y(:= NEALTii, EDUCATIGtJ, AIfD WELFARE Public Health Service Bureac of State Services Division of Sanitary Engineering Srrvices goburt A. Taft Sanitary Engineerinj Center
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A& 50251 0049 Biolocic:a scientists. U. S. t'ational Science Foun:<<tion. Division of Scient5.f ic Personne7l anc. ECucation. Trenc?s in the e::pleyr:ant an('t trainir.- of scientists anci en^;ineers, preparen for th;: Nntim~i? Co =dttee for the Levelop:r.ent of Scientists Gn('1 -~:n,cinoers (by aouarc. F. Fon ca:Lnon. :.ashinrton) iistional ::c~ence Foundation, 1Q;6. 23 p. illus. ?6 cm. 0 to C) (I rt I .) ,~,
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50251 0055 L3iolonj.cal Sacisti3s--: irec+ori!~. a.~ Ref. Directory of internation3l scientif;.c orE;sn3.zatic:ns. iTIE:,00 (1952 1950). Q Naris , , ~ s ll,l ~ U xiii, 217 p. 21, c,-a. , I Prepared by the Dept. of '.'atural ::,ciences a7,'' the Dept. of '-'7.xchange of Information of the '.Tnited Nations rducatio7al, Scientific and Cultural Organizationz r f T
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t ~ TD ~ 897 Biological Sludgcs Tn I • 50251 0054 C•f S+.10 {~ys yK',~5 81 C<v1 2 I 5%& 9 2 l`OU. Fzzdi~:. Ua2.v.:::.'.:,i: j <) it
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50251 0043 QH 307 As 1960 PDDL T H E Intellibent N2an's - Guide T O SC•IENCE ISAAC AsIMOv VOLUME I- THE PHYSICAL SCIENCES-1960 VCLIJ:fE II- THE Et~~~'~C~l'C~"SCTEh*CES:~?1~~' ~{ . ~ ,. BASIC BOOKS, INC. NEW YORK ~ ~ o n ri o i j ~ ~ ~
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50251 0056 rio1o~-ic:z1 -"~_pecific3.t*. Pall1?ilb, i.liiil5 Carl, 1971- ed. lloleculsr structure and biological specificity; a sym- posium sponsored by the OM'ice of \ aval Rese,irch and arran.-ed by the :Unerican Institute of Biological Sciences, held in Wusliinmon, D. C., October 28, 29, 1955. I:ditcd by Linus Panlin- and IIarvey A. Itano. Washington, Anieri- can Institute of Biological Sciences,1957. 195 p. illus. 2•4 cm. (Amerlcan Institute of Biological Sciences. Publication no. 2) Includes bibliooraphies. 1. Biological cheiuistry-Conbresses. i. Itano, Iiarcey A., joint ed. ii. Title. in. 1'itle: L'+o1ogica1 specificity. (Series) QII3-15.P3 574.190S2 57-11004 Library of Congress ~20j n I :_) 0 (1 0 1 .) ;~ ;, I
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50251 0048 ~ { I U. S. Natumal trciPnce Foundation. j, Na g Scientific pereonnel resources; a summary of data on sur- ply, utilization, and training of scientists and engineers. ElVashington, U. S. Govt. Print. Off.) 1955. Iz, 86 p. Inns., diagrs. 26 cm. IIibliography : p. 82-83. 1. Sclentists, American. 2. EngIneers, American, z. Title. Q147.U54 --,~ 506.9 5-635S9 ~:~' Library of Congress -~- 156k10]
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i50251 0053 ~'flli~Rf'~tz / G`s tO-A.1Gtr A-s;rd_c~ 1'"~f~ 6A I 8 1,0~ ~~. ,7a Biotochnology and Eioengineering Symposium No. 2 t31OLOGICAL WASTE TREATMENT Presented before the DiviGion of Microbial Chemistry and Tech- nology at the 160th National Meetinp of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, lllinois, September 16, 1970 EDITOR: RAYMOND P. CANALE The University of hfichigan { 2 i
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50251 0041 o n o Biological Sampling !+:~eric<sn ,'ut,Lic ::c::.1E:;) iL;socintion Ni: Y+ii. 1r :yAai.ia AND i3th E.'u. , by .t~nexscan i'ubI{^ :;eL::.:.h Anvac-'a.Zo.l. :'.fl:a!can i.SS:rcs3ti()n s11.d 'ar;.r t'~i lu~ioa Co :C:c3 r^ettcr.aCioa .ascciatSon :_~7L 874 °a;;ee ?:-neriasn F+ublic heaIth t!e» York ,~..~...yr=-:±...f.-.
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II i 50251 0060 Wo "A3:URii4 ,w. VA<av Wolf, FredPric;: A. What ere Fzn-i?; ;"h.e biolct-icul tenet "alternGt:.on of uenerutions".; An inter- pret.,-;ilion: Sexuality of fun~-i. Fro7: J. uli Gl,c_ 2•'itchell Sci. Soc. 7C: 269-~98 p ~ ~ n sl o 1 =a ; :;1 .1;
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1'x . 2: B IOIAGhCAL--SCIEAICES:w~ 50 251 0044 Ua So P--pt. of _r,o=-erce, Office of Technical SLxvfces. OTS SELECTIVE S?3L?01,.RA?H[E.:a '!'RA,tYSLEtTi:7V FF<OGVM~ ?, ;;, c.rDOU, FiSt1::S, tbRE;TRY; PT. 2: BLOL{?CIC~,L SCIi;av: S:, F2o 3: Et-RTFt SC?'Ei`:CES; E-T. 4: SCIENCE Ati:^u T2C'.i:-,J!nC;Y; F*IU LIST OF TRluiSL dTIO:vS IN :FOi,cSS 1'0:c FISCnL YEAR 1964. 1964 leaflets `iaahiinSton V
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/CI~VIf1c~.` I 50251 0046 , _ _y., ~ _ woar.~d`,13:,6,t; ~~~950-:154 .' U. S. T.iLrary oj Convress. Science Division. 6 Bio;ol-'ical sciences serial publications; av.-orld Iisi, 1J50- jj~ 1954. iCoiul~iled by Jolin IIenr3• 12ir,l:ter and Cl~arles P. ' Daly of the Science Bibliog-rapliic Sectionl Prepared under the sponsorship of the National Scienco Foundation. Phila- delphia, I;iclo~ical Abstracts, 1955. 269 p. 27 ew. 1. 'Biology-Period.-Stbl. i. Title. z43:LII.5.2 r°''~ 016.57405 - Copy 3. J Z6E3.41.85 Library of Congress 115, ~s. . .. . . ._ . I 55-60051
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50251 00 35 a. J' 1 !11ti • , 15~~ J rJeri~, J Th van der. t 'I3iolo,,vical reactions caused by electric currents and bv ~ W X-rays; a theoretical study oi tliee plienomenn of excitation ~ in the nerve by different electric currents and of the biolo~i- a cal renctions caused by X-rays, both based upon a connmon ~ principle. New York, Elscvier,1948. xi[, 203 p. diaers. 24 cm. , . ~ Ftibliosraphy: p. i1951-197. 1. Biological phSsics. 2. Electrophysiology. 612.01442 49-44 7 ?'t ~ .~ Library of Coneress ~..A.+~..,~. '.~=-•-~r~• _,.~ , .~ . --....,~.r.......-• ~ ~,~.. • .. ....., ' . . a
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50251 0065 I C 1. Biologlcal chemistry-Collected works. QH345.B522 612.015 51-$037 Library of Congress s2l ...a..+. [.J i fj l1 +n cj 1 ~ J~ ~~ n <Bi.K2 Cii+ deda-dct~' ~!~o~~~ V.Il, Biochemical Society, Loy.don. Symposia. no.1-/d, B Cambridge, University Press, 1948- s"/ /.~- Y. iaUe. 25 cm.
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- ~ 50251 0070 CIGARETTE BEETLE/ TOBACCO 'rlOTH/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHIJT VI Ta3-79 VI Ta3=79 Schmidt, J. A. .' : ° (Landesanstalt Pflanzenbau Tabakforsch. Forchheim, Karlsruhe, Ger.) ; BIOLOGY OF THE CIGARETTE BEETLE AND TOBACCO MOTH. j , Z *(Die.Biologie der Lagerschadlinge Tabakkafer (Lasioderma) und r,_STabakmattre,~. (Ephestis).)* x Tabak Kolloqui!im, 21st, paper, 6 p., Berlin (1979) (In German with . English summary) TOAACCO--%tOTH SEE TOBACCO MOTH/ ~3 ; (; o n tl
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'V11. ~~r'~'~'1?~3;is Ra$ CI!uIOi.DAY) '.~.::w.ci..:' ~ l .:....•..i .. ..."v Ia i<Oa ! i'o
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50251 0063 ~ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/STATISTICAL METHODS/PROBABILITY/MATHEMATICIL MODELS, irAmrco__reilcnTlnN RY RAnTATTnN/MFGTCAL GENETICS/ EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN/ RA RADIATION--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/GENETICS--DISEASE/BIOLOGICAL TESTING/ 565 MUTATIONS/SMOKING AND HEALTH/LEAD_'r BIQqSS_AnL' Be ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE RESEARCH 21 1981 Editorial Board Alexander Hollaender Associated Universities. Inc. Washinston, D.C. Ronald F. Probstein Massachusetts Institute of Technoloty S Bruce L: Welch S ~ Environmtntal Biomedicine Re.search, Inc. and The Johns Hopkina University School of Medicine Baltimore. Maryland ~ Measuremer-A of Risks Edited by, George G. Berg and H. David Maillie The Universit y of Rochester School of Medicine and Dentist r} Rochester, New York PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON UJUIO~ ~ l'~~ cl~ ~T..._...... ~.~, .,.~.,,,.,..~. ~._----. .-. , a a! n o nri i:a 3 3 f;
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0 ,. . _ . ,.4.,..:~ -: . `S~}251 OU7,1 Bablot!ia unc . ..,~.. .. I .L~i ~:) j-a .vJ C:.: ~ _,,.-.-.---r- ..~.1;'^.'^.T^"':'t.~'~. 0 () f I I ~ ,; A, A
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~ Ref /650251 0058 ~ Q EfiQ,jo~;~-.STALNS„s A Handbook on the Nature and ,4123 USes of tne Dyes E.;,ployed in the Biological ~Li Laboratory, 8th ed. ,rc. -, n ST'al'NJ, A t:andbook on the :Jrttt.ie -n~! ^ 5~3 I:~i~.~i.Gy i;d j,A tid Biological ~ Q 493 Pa3es 123 e ,&ns Co. Lalt3n ore i Li ic. __..~ _~ _ ,.~..'.,..n. .,_,. .. , Q 1f) C+ n n i ._.___._,~~. __...,....~.._.......
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13i0Ic,:-,wSt $. i 50251 0074 Gray, Peter, 1903- ed. The encyclopedin of the biological scieiices. l~evc Torh, Reinhold Pub. Corp. t19G1I zzi, 1119 p. dingrs. 27 cm. (Reinhold books In the bioloFic•al sciences) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biology-Dictionaries. i. Title. ~,1H13.G7 ~,J ~ 5674.03 61-12385 Library of Congress i61bs15i Q 1 CZ () ri ( ll i ) .3
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I Q I ,-'. () In t) I B3.ologisLs i 50251 0073 :.`c5us, Ea'1ca C., cd. o: Noia::le SCi~a~:'!~~9 rF.,1 ta`b1:tr: »t"y uL E:h^ pYeae=.iC = ~.~:5 AI :rc;:,zc I-?ho 's 4Jro, Inc. Crj:.c":f;U, ~111 nc:.s . : 11 ,, >. 0 _ ~'r Ta
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50251 0057 I 'U6i.10eicri' a Car.n, Harold Joel, 1886- ed. Staining prvicedure_; used by the Biological stain cotmnis-, sion, compiled nnd edited by H. J. Conn ... and Nlary A. Darrow ... with the assistance of numerous members of the commission. Geneva, N. 1'., Biotech publications (19-1G1 l v. 23} cm. `Tlanncd on a Ioose-leaf basLs, to consist of eight to ten leutlets."-- Introductory. "Iteferenees" at end of each section except the first. 1. Stains and stainin-- (Microscopy) i. Darrow, AIary A., }ufnt ed. n. Bioloe cal statn crommission, ui. Title. QII207.CG3 ) 578.6 4G-G503 Library of Congress t52h}l I
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50251 0077 Biol.o~,~ see also s ~ Biology, Experimental Heredity Reproduction Biomathematics Life (Biology) Sex (Biology). Biometry Metabolism Symbiosis Botany Microbiology Cells Microscope and microscopy Color of anim.als Parasites ~ Electrophysiology ~ Physiology Zoology Genetics Protoplasm 1._ .._......_,,... . ~, , ...r. . ~ . . . . ~,.._-...._, 1 1,1 l) ~, ~~ t ~ a) '. ? !:
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~ QO 50251 0078 i 3 5 Biology, v.21 Ad AvVANCr".s Ih c:?.F.Ml;;Ai, A ~ Iyc:w Yo;.k, /3 v. diar.rs. Z4 c:a. Editor: v.1- 1. Fr3.gogi~:e. 0 . . l.,r.~.
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T'S _~~qr~.~5 :- ~ 1972 I / 7uGac.-c w .. .. S-."7 0 4 .;. .rN~/aooy/ ..- ,f,}:o% k~ >ES7E~i•„' ,/ 50251 0064 f .....:.,,...,.>.._... ..... Al "I-...• S E I x . RJI: CL:^.SS PiO. T1:.1TBOOK TS 2240 I s Izard, C. ; LiUcr:nann, C. (Service Rech. NrecEtudes Equip., Paris, Fr. ) "[FrlLC'11 i:I'u.. .' -. . . "mn ii.ou. $ a 1'1:VuCle UL la :nC dU ic3UaC.)* Serv. icech. Direc: Etu?es Lqu-p., P; ris, Fr., 141 _a. (iii irc:rcii) ; : f:iq7a, 2'a. 2, S.1 450* *lr;:: a 0 1. 0 0 n (; f :~ 3 3 9
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Bio2ogists--Di.rectories IlsscituYQ for Sci.catific T_:.rormation '.4f!('+ IS PLT.LLIS::ZNG IN `,;CIki:.r.*Z, An 6 lnternar.ion<z1. A{ra; t.ory of Reqc!.r.eh Oevelop;aa~at Scicn; aj*_s- 1971 AAnnual 1971 998 Pages i'hilatteapti; a, Pa. 0 a 50251 0076 - . °_~. .....-a,- . : . . . , erc.mm""r-,
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50251 0061 215 ; T Llolc,a,i.cs.il te2ms--U. S. Phar:nWeutical patents. CG•t21= FOit IZsi.r~~'iI'tEiTIO:~.a.L GUL.'~'•.~'~"~TIOI v'~"~TIOIv IN IMFOIi- iATIOiV It:"a.I:'VAL A,4:1; EY,Ab PAU:2u TIr IC zsl TI;JRD RI: IJAL tik.~.' s1 T v AT M PAT"L:IZ OI'F'ICE OF TIM I'FI).~iAL I~;:FilBL3C W, l1;l3TiIAS VIEN24As SI«.°i.,t•Mi,.'tt 17•• 26, 1}63. 1964 347 PP. Spartau I3ooks, Inc. Iialtimora 0
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50251 0068 ~ ~ l?G~S S .L I l i 74 Biolochnology and Bioengineering Symposium No. 2 BiOi.O1.5iCAVt'V!-+1S! S' 1 iLCL-tiTMiL'iVT Presented before the Division of Microbial Chemistry and Tech- nology at the 1G0th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicrgo, Iliinois, September 16, 1970 EU1TOn: RAYMOND P. CANALE The Ur.ivcrsity of Michigan ~ fl 1 l ~ d
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50251 0062 II JT'Blt}LMICAIa` TEST~~t In 1iET8RMiUUW29~.~?B9F•NIL3"aRMW1k'..AtTZYMW (196 7)D1~,.~~$C,l ~~.XTMCT3 , ;.a.:_-- c:., F. o~.s b] P. t:ist .`t;r .:Z:r.• t3t ~._ . ~ vn of ;u<<::nt.1e 1% _cu.. 'rUsCcL F'hysioi. 7'j 21;i_Z> (,:'61) ::~ 7 0 0 1 0* 3
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50251 0052 ~Goy THB=':8sd1a~IGAI;=SIG'+1Y~'ICAit"Cn ()P' 'li~Ri~F.~+l~~ °~N ~1~t; S ., ~'A ( 119,6 3? T. '.7. Tt~ ItfO:~s~twrj~, SiCiil:iCh:tiCE OF TEic:'i:y~:S I:S PW.:;15 . A .. . ...~ ~ ai..^..e ... _`~~ .. . . . ~ ~ .. ~• -' '-~~ (.:.J\)~~J 0
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50251 0066 i r`ANNALS OF THE PJEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES E e QIi 509 Ne 1975 Main entry under title: Volume 264 CARRIERS AND CHANNELS IN BIOLOGICAL SYSTEMS Carriers and channels in biological systems. (Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences ; Y. 264) "Papers . . . of an international conference . . . held by Edited by Adil E. Shamoo The New York Academy of Sciences the NeW/1'ork Academy of Sciences on February 24-27, 1975." I.t*iological transpo;t--Congresses. 2. Sfemb~nes (Biology)=-Congresses. 3. Ion-permeable mcmbrancs-- -Con- gresses. 4. Bilayer lipid mcmbranes--Congresses. 1. Shamoo, Adil E. li. New York Academy of Sciences. 111. Series: New York Academy of Sciences. Annals ; Y. 26 (DNLM: 1. biological transport--Congresses. 2. S!~ membranc permeability--Congresses. W1 AN626YL v.2 41Ql901 C3161 .Q11.N5 vol. 264 1QH5091 508'.Is 1574.8'751 75-44053 ISBN 0-89072-018-S 0 1 onn o I:~ New York, New York 1975 a
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Ref. giulogists . Q 50251 0075 151 Wh t~:0' S w:d0 It1 SCIENiE ZN E;iYi G:: . VCL. I. A-h. p~~ea 1:07 560 Lr ri.llzi3 Ila~gson Ltd. Cixernsey Ctia.inei l.s1c^nda,. Enr;1and i ~J 1 (t f) 0 () i.3 3 . :-; 0
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50251 0079 i , DIRECTORIES, INTER1riATIONAL/BI,OLOGY/.BOTANY/ZOOLOGY/-• - ENTOMOLOGY/ ; i Founded 1877 100th Anniversary Edition 1 REF THE NATURALISTS' DIRECTORY 1 Q ~ '. 143 Ar ~ 1978 AND ALMANAC (IN'I'ERNATIONAL) Compiled and-,Edited by .. , ~ ~ ROSS H. ARNEIT, JR., Ph.D., A.R.P.E 43rd I:aition' Professor of Biology (Cumplctc Edition) Siena College, Loudonville, New York (1979-1980) • • 11% WORLD NATURAL I-iISTORY..PUBLICATIONS ~ '~, ,'. . .. •. . ! '~ }3fiO•Dillon 1lcights Avtnue~ ~. Baltinio~rc, r1D,21228 USA , . ~ . ; ~ • . . . x t. 6 ~ i C) 0n • Ct Ij 3 q t
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0 G F r _ 1 0 U 0 0 1 0 usc UW61v3!w 'pafv Uw .uwo"m Apy+.rin zo,.x t ouzAt'r ptIe H,L'Iv3H VI ~'~'[°A ~olowaaaEt p1re sap;=5 ptm ,C2oiolqo.rj~yV `~{uelon `~oT o[s,ftfd `Auloaetr~ S3ON;aIDS Id3I9O'IOIg , E[ acun[oA Z[ auin[oA ZL6U981 x3Pul 11I3100114a41 SR00 LSZOS
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50251 0083 Biology. .~ Hollaender, Alexµnder, 1598-- ed. Radiation biology, edited by Alexander Holiaender with the cooperation of Austin M. Brues tand othersJ \ew 1 ork, a 111cGraw-Hi11,1954-- s~? v. In 3 iilus. 24 cm. "Prepared under the auspices of the Committee on Radiation Biology, Division of l3iology and Agriculture, National 1:esearch Council, National Academy of Sciences, Washington, D. C." Includes bibliographies. CONTP'.NTB -v.1. Iiigh energy radiation. 2 pts. 1. Radiation. 2. Biolory. r. National Research Council. Corn- mittee on Radiation L'iology, n. Title. QI~G52.IIG ~' ~' *5i4.8 576.3 53-6042 Library of Congress (55d:71
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QH 212 Ke 1974 50251 00F3 1 Sea1111111g IILetl'o11.~~1C1'oSCopJ' lll Biology s.:. A Students' Atlas on Biological Organization a R. G. Kessel C.Y Sih1i1 Spxl llger -Verl ag NeNvYo~k Heidelberg Berlin 1974
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ELECTRON MIC:coSCCP:'/.;-F.A1' D7'_'FJ:I:CTION/ PLAtv'T S--eLT.L Wl~LLS/C}sLLS--T.T(`,'I.AC ~/ piYCROSCOPL The Physical _ui.olc=g of Plant C~e1l Y~Ta.lls ~:x R. D. Preston F.F:.S. Professor Fmcritus and former I lead of Astbwy Dcrartnient . of Biophysics, University of Leeds London Chahma.n and Hall 4 i 50251 0090 & MICkOSC.OTY~ ~ e a I 0 0 o C) i~: ; 5
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50251 0093 ./ 0 ! CI 0 n 0 1 RC 262 Sz 1976 CANCER--BIOLOGY/ ELECTRO,,rIC F.3IOLOCY,qNd C ~ A~dC~R A New Theory of Cancer Albert Sient-Gyorgyi, hs.D., Ph.D.. Iy. L. Workshop of the National Foundation for Cancer Research atthe Marine Biologica! LaSoratory MARCEL Woods Hole, Massachusetts DEKKER, INC. New York and Basel --_ ~.. .. a a
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Bio7.ogy. 40251 0092 Qli Survey of biolohical progress. v. 1-Z 301 New Z ork, Academic Press, 19-1:1-,5".2 S 'Zv. illus. 24 cm. Editors: v. 1- ~-. G. S. Avery and others. 1. Biology. i. Avery, George Sherman, 1'lU3- ed. [i,1H301.S8 ;~~ 5i4.083 49-114:~7' Library of Congress i:,3d=31 14 r^1 7
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50251 i 0097 Pialo;,•--~=bbrevid~ions - see Abbreviations 0 0 ~ ~1 (1 . [l ;~ ~
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50251 0081 QH 505 D riiolacy. i i Duggar, Benjaniin D:inne, 1871- ed. Biolo~ical elTects of r.~diatioii; mechanism and mcasurn- ment of radiation, applications in bioloby, photochemical reactions, effects of radinnt• eneq,n, on organisms und organic products ... Edited by Benjamin M. Duggar ... with the cooperation of Janet, Howell Clark, Kenneth S. Cole. Farrinotvn Daniels ... [1nd othersj 1st ed. ... Now 1"orh and London, DlcGraw-Hill book company, inc.,1936. 2 v. 11tus., diagrs. 231 cat. Paged cnntir.uously-. toqtltNiued on next card) 3fr-100G0 (53J131 :' ! t; (a C? C; f )
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50251 0089 QH 541 Ni 1966 • U.S. NATIOIdAL PARKS/A.~IIHIALS--F.COLOGY/ ECOLOGY/BOTAh'Y--ECOLOGY/ BIOLOG'Y/ - - OUR LIVING WORLD OF NATURE ~ x`he Li fe • of the .~as~fh ( J J -- - PDPI. I , . THE NORTH Abfl.RICAN WETLANDS WILLIAM A. NIERING Published in cooperation with T Tl:e World Book Encyclopedia McGraw-Hill Book Compan y NEW YORK TORONTO LONDON Dcceloped lointly tvith The SV'orld Book Encyclopedia ~ Produced with the cooperatio ii of 77ie United States Department of the Interior . () I i) 0 () 0 1
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~ 50251 0088 i Ref TP Biology, v.2 9 Mc t4CCP,AW-}1ILL c.NCYCLMc::i): A OF :iClt:'.:C1; AND TFClit? :Jid>.:'Y, Vol. jul)jcCt 1a~~a Guide 1971 17 vols. ~icGraa-ili.l.l ;3ool; Co. Nev lork 0 ;
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Biology 50251 0095 Yol'i;ewtttsin, ~ilkhmi1 V. ' 4;3iULj.rS lytD LIF"r'., ln Introd:zctioa to MoiSculer Bi.olor,v 1970 P1FU= Pr.ase 513 Pt:Fes New YLf:.'1c 0 ~ tl (~ f~ i1 ~ i: 7 0
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50251 0101 I ~ ~ Biology--Bibliographies. -ro 7co1:, W:.S?;I 1i.t?:K= EEi. , r 1._. k n,. c:ud ,..;If Wi z:,al. f"P•:i" : : u .:.~~~; t ~ _^,-}I ;~ .IC hi:f~ "'Cei!C.^.. H~h....yA~~ `.I~. 1950 <.J./ ;1. ;i:'tCY':!o i:i.:;c:rT.r:^-.:nA Fr..mkf1Irt a^t Main ~
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i Ref ~ Z 1035 Biology : I wy -.j i ~0251 0096 vc,iLvZ S. (Cd. ) AMMu7,C.#uN, 1F01-Z Ah"n€L's,L- " ?9i0, VoL 1,2 3.9?0 2 %ic.+L . L:ibz4riti:,`3 L'Ij,:Ljjted 1uC. Latt:6t:i:cn, GUjcrr:.~::Q 7 1
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50251 0072 2 Vri Mazi2'•.:ln; lt, A. A!O?.,.rvlU'.iSi.IN' t•-.'~'~.TOD &?nEY S T, a:I~'•`•;C0Z GIyILYII (5io1cFi4U1 Mett*d of :ont-roll of: BF.:cc Root Rot irt :cL•r.cca Seedl itiZs. ) Trudy Gau. Nikitsl.o,go-Eat. S.ad, ?.4 (No. 4) '?7vn (1949) Q ~.~a Ruesiaa cJ1th (R,3: p;:c-pa;-.&d) E=SIiah r:bstzF.CL'. n :;~,. ._ .. .,~~, -~..._..,c...-...~...,.Y„~......,...,.. ~ ~ i e (~ n ( 1 ~ ~> .~ ' •a
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. , j .~L. ~ 301 Biology !*251 0091 Atu a I - 'S 1`.7 ..._.. ..~ -~,- ' C-) - . . . . . . .: ~ . E~ i f~ f) t? C1
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50251 0050 ..~ Ref. {Q bi- - . , . . ~Ah,,- F.d[tors: 1DOa-34, J. McK. Cuttell (with D. R. lirimhall, 1921; Jaques C*ttell, 1927~k3).-1£113- Jaques Cattell. 19 ~191 5~~ !, G~ G 1 / I a`I c c!. ~x.t Y/. ~~ -?, 5,'f'P~ . ~, / B 1O10; f:&.,L :aC.eiaIv .L5t 5- B 1V,:r ar1:'-y ~ q American men of scierce; it biograt?llical dinctory. tlst)- 5 "/.. 1. Scieatista 2. U. S.-Biob.-Dictionaries. ' r. Cattell, James 1-icKean, 1860-1944, ed. n. Rrimhall, Dean R., 188E1- ed. m. Cattell, Jaques, 1904- ed. Q141.A47 925 Library of Congress ` -. / ~52r94f115t ed. Lancaster, Pa. tet.c.l The Science press. 1906r- A-G "2c 26 cm v //0) 'c>I ;ti 6-7326
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9C251 0100 z 7914 Un 1981 AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH/INFORMATION SOURCES/AGRICULTURE--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ U. S. NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY/ BIOLOGY--BIBLIOGRAPHIES/ Guide to Sources for Agricultural and Biological Research EDITED BY J. RICHARD BLANCHARD AND LOIS FARRELL Sponsored by the United States National Agricultural Library, United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland O (~ fVN,2jVE6RSIaTY,:~)I7;~ALIFORNIA PRESS Berkeley • Los Angeles 0 London
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50251 0104 „ 'J4 rj J ~ 301 Biol.oa---Coliec ted uor4s.& Society for Experimental Biolony (Gt. Brif.) Symposia. no.1-/A Cambridge, University Press, 1~ 17-•S3 a 1 fjv. f11us. 2E1 cm. 1. Btokgv--Collected works. 11. Biology, Experimental) I QH3t>`?.SG22 bfed 47-2313 U. S. Army Medical Libr r~~ [W1S085381 for Library of Congress ta50g2jt 9
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Activated sludge: it is often suggested that the activated sludge process is of limited use in the treatment of industrial wastcwaters because of its sensitivity to the hrescncc of toxic materials. This is not necessarily so. Activated-sludbc is used for the trcat- tncnt of wactc«•ater from the coke producing processes in the iron and steel industry which contain large amounts of tar, ~)hcnulk and cv:tnitlc. fl i , t } i 7 hc secret is to accli,fi~ttiselhc•ludl;c over an Part2' (jJ K 1/ Ellis it. Failur c to achicvc nitrification can be the fault of the designer or operator just as much as of the waste treated. In recent years the demand for nitrifica- tion ltas been re-inforced by the additional, and growing, requirement for dcnitrification. 1)cnitrification can be rcadily achieved by atl;tl.tatiuns of the activ;ttrtl-slurlgc process, either by the provision of an anoxic section at the ht£innjnl; of the acr:ttiun tank or by tltc crhl~lt~~nttMtt of a specially dcvc- mcndrd period. Is i;: not so loped sludgc ohcr:ttin/, in :tn aruosic process. Furthernutrc, before eve considering the installation of at activated slutll;c plant it is essential t, prove at a lalmr.unn' or pilot plant Irvc tlt:u activatedsludge is capable of sta hilising the %t:utc in yuc.tion. 'I'h( importance rif invcstil;:uion Ircfor, in..tallatinn c.mnot hc ovcr-ctnpha:isct! -'tty it hcfi-rr you buy it' is a nws' apposite .Int;.tn. It is a. thc nXitL•ttintt tlitch m Pasvecr ditcli -tli;tt the cxtcudcd acr:ttiun acti%mrrl:clutll;r Iirnir-•s i- __ much the lim'-cnt•c of luitcnti:tlk• Uoxic _ cN-clc folluwin1; tlic _tnust ~~~itlt It-r•utt+ ~~ csLft~r _tLs- ~~~•u
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50251 0103 .: ' 771 ?~,io1og}•-= i':liograp?4 ii McCormic4, J A i Isotope techniques in biolonical sciences; a selected list of refereucAs. TID 4512. Oak Iadge, Tenn., U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, Technical Information Service Este.n- sion,1958. 44 p. 27 cm. 1. Isotohes-I;Ibl. 2. Biolo.-y-Ribl. i. Title. Z5322.I8;i13 *016.54123 Library of Conoress I h I 5S-61i5I ~ a (~ 1 :i 0 n (I i :i ~y 7 F;
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Ab50251 0102 Hawkins, I:eginald Robert, 1902- red. Scientific, llle(ltcill, .uid technical books published in the United States of America, 1:ia0-1J44; a selected 1i,t of titles in print, with annotations. Prehared under the direction of the National Resesircli Council's Committee on Bibliogrsphy of American Scientific and '1'echniail Books. Washin;;torn, 1946. zv, 1114 p. 29 cm. Classified and priced. (Gentfnued on aeatcard) (J1 riJOk6')OJ 46-2936t
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50251 0082 CANADA--DIRECTORIES/UNIVERSITIES AND COLLEGES--DIRECTORIES/BIOLOGY/ DIRECTORIES--U. S./ RQF AiBS DIRECTORY 14 Gr 0 C IN 1975 BIIOSCENCE C E EPARTMENTS FACULIIIES iN THE UNITED STATES n , ANP (:A)NiAIDA S'ETE R G RAY Andrey Avinoff Professor University of Pittsburbh ~ I a( owden, Hutchin on _~F~_Ca~R_D-i= P. _FT1
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4 ,-., , .i i 50251 0085 QH MICROSCOPE AND MICROSCOPY/ /ELECTRON rff CROSCOPYj 211 Ii 1976 SCANNING ELECTRON PIICROSCOPY/1976/II Proceedings of the ti'ORKSHCPS ON BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE SCANNING & SCANNING TRANS?IISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPE Part V- Advances in 4iomedical Applications of the Scanning Electron Microscope Part VI- Sr,~nninp Electron Microscopy in Reproductive'tiology Part VII-%,Tlnrht Sciences Applications of the Scanting Electron Microscope Part VIII-..oologica1 Applications of the Scanning Electron 'Microscope April 5-9, 1976 edited by Om Johari & Robert P. Becker Sponsored by II:T RESEARClI INSTITUTE, Chicago, 111. Sessions held at Four Seasons Sheraton Hotel, Toronto, Canada 1 o i c~on n
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50251 0105 1 . . i DICTIONARIES--SCIENCF,S/I3InLOCY--DICTIONARIES/SCIENCE--DICTIONARIES / REF McGraw ° li if f I I 12R3 DEctoncy C La - 1976 ~'.~'~,, the Dan`el 1q• Laor->ria5 Edi tor in Chie i~ I r` (t ri i ; i-~ 3 ~; 0 f I ~.~..__ ---- --
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50251 0099 i A Quastler, Henry, ed. t ~Q;I ~s~11 Essays on the use of information theory in biology. -Ass- sociate editors: Leroy Aucenstine lnnd othersj TJrbana., University of 111inois Press, 1953. 273 p. illus. (part col.) 23 cm. "Sponsored by the Control Systems Laboratory of the University of Illinois, under contract DA-11-022--Ord-721 between the ti. S. Army, Navy, and Air Force and the University of Illinois." Includes bibliographies. 1. Biology-Addresses, essays, lectures. 2. Cybernetics. 3. E!o- mat'hamatics. i. Title. u. Title: Information theory in biology. QH311.Q3 r~ 574.082 53-2474 ~ Library of Congress (1) . . ~ ; Y:• . . ' . ...
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50251 0098 On 601 Biology--t?ctiva:icn aiialysis. B Bowcn, Ilumphrey Jobo :lou1e Psdioactivati.on anElyaia, by fi. J. H. l:oven and D. Gibt•mu (h:ioxd, C1eYer.don Prcas, 1963. 295 p. i11ts. 24 cm. BiblloQr4phy: p. 1270}-289. "
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~ .276 K Bi.ol.os;;. • 10251 0086 Iietnpthoine, Oscar, cry. Statistics and matncr.t, tics in biolo;,ry, ed'tecll by Oscar Kemrthorne tlnd oth,~iKj • Ames, =wwu State ColleYe Press tln5~~ iz, G~_' p. illus. 24 cn}. Pa;w--rs presented at tt,e hinstatistics confc:rence held at Iowa State Colk=te !u :iune r.nd .)uly, 1:r52. Pibliosraphy: p. 57.3-Gi4. 1. Al ithematical statistlcs. 2. i3ioloey. ;. atle. QA276.K3 311.2 54-~376 Library of Con,m-ess ~- ~ 155m71 ~.,,.~..,-......*...~,~
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BIOLOGY--DICTIONARIES/ ' di, REF Q 123 Ro 1951 , . . , DICTIONARY F J HEORETICAL The Scarecrow Press, Inc. rG`QNCE+ PTS Metuchen, N.J., & London . BIOLOGY . : )C 7 Keith E. Roe & Richard G. Frederick 0 1 0 0 0 0 1Q' 3 9 6
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v / X> /1~'o A: r a7 :.1s r'%w~.~,ca P_ A u Gi~C U.L+'NSi7'~z Clil (~Lt. / p!'O s~K.G~ Uvt/Te'~~i! u~J/ ~Li~DY.GGl.l~1 G+n /~ G G[t.C.4~ A~LS~ s ` / ° S H W/_I/o 4ML10GRAPttlC DATA S'tEET ~c and Subtitle Prelicinary Environmental Ward Assessment of Chlorinated 2iaphthalenes, St.licones, Fluorocarbons, Benzenepolycarboxy- 40 o phenols lates,_and Ch2 ro F.Aarhor(s) Philip ft. Howard & Patrick R. Durkin ?, Performing Organization Name and Address , Syracuse University Research Corporation• ?ierrill Lane, University Heights Syracuse, New York. 13210 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address SQI~'S'1 P.. • e...ve...d e, :;4•IAT(ONAL TECHNICAL NFCRMATION SERVICE , V' ti.r.em.ef ./ Cem...rt• Q0JOd.,/i.td, VA. 27151 S. Report Date • November 1973 6. 13. Type o( Report d: Period Co.ered Interim . A review of five classes of chemical compounds covering production, environ- -nental exposure, environmental effects, health effects, and toxicolog},. The ciasses covered are benzenepolycarboxylates (including phthalates). chlorinatPd_..._- • - - rj a
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Bioloa"-liictionar ir;s. i Artsch«•aber, Ernst Friedrich, 1SSO- Dictionary of biological equivalents, (Cerman-English, by Ernst Artschwager ... Baltimore, The Williams &- Wilkins compnny,11130. 239 p. incl. 6 p1. 24 cm. Descriptive letterpress on versos facing the plates. "Beference books and related dictionaries" : p. 21. 1. Riolo,y-Dictionnries. 2. German language-DIctionaries-Eno• lfsh. 3. English ]anaunge--I)ictionaries-German. Q1113.AT r 1 570.3 30-18?74 Lihrary of Conizress r,54u1l 0 ~ :a '~.7 t i .i
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50251 0115 i 210 D Biolody--Dictioncries--Russlan---English. ~ }• .w.. .. .~u _. . . .v..<J t..~.a 1 i L... . _ ._.. ~ : tl ~ 1) 0~ t3 1=a s 9 0
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O~.o=iCA L ltlrtS TC 'Tf:6 h`I+'fi~ r '- - ft,,: p~fysi~LtGy~laa,?PNO1.oC~~~~~ ~L1..tr~~Gn!/~tf/l~r~ -5 l,lt 50251 0069 GJ#S-f -/' 7ri~'Efi T/~j04 T lVRSrb' AM 7~J~'~~~ir: WW-rcf'_ _ Tit'cR rf; Enr' a 7 ~'~; ~' r . ~;/``~/ ~'' / I,. ~1ZhJ~.\ Irrt cf F'i+F,rlirJ ur:d 11'i.'Ji+/e - (ir,itnfily, Coruallif, Urtpult CIkA7:D~' h'lTll i) 0 () 0 ! a ;IS' T ;T j' 17 . C'1-1::11 1.I.I"S 1?. I,\'A1t ] ;1,"\' ?71r Uefmwleo o; F rhn%ei nnd {:'iL?lifr Urf;olt .S:ari Uniatoitp, Corca.'!u, Otr;ort __
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50251 0114 Y.' .~ I! ...~: v..L ~ .~ .. .• -•~~.... .4.t ~. U ~ 0 0 0 i3 1 6 i P, 9
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50251 0117 i 431 Biology--•Enviro7nents I i C ~ ~ s r.' a7~% l~-LbLq • ig.~'.~`.i.( ; Li •'. ~, a.. Stltzic:. P. 19,05 £,33 ;~. \IO LC O j .~ ~ ~
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50251 0109 Ref . w EioZoCT--Dictionaries. & 307. Gray, Peter, 11.?08- ed. G The encyclopedia of the biological sciences. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp. 1961) xxi, 1119 p. diagrs. 27 cm. (Reinhold books in the blolog:cal sciences) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biolosy-Dictionaries. i. Title. QH13.G7 ~ ~. 574.03 Library of Congress I61b3151 --• . - - ~ .--~:.. - -r,. ~.~,.'._ . _. -0 , o 0 0 0 1 •:) '.~~ 2 'e" ~ 61-12385
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;RC 146 jIn ! Bi.ology--}iuman 46 50251 0123 Inglis, John Kenneth. A textbook of hurnan biolo~S•, by J. h. Inglis. ilst ed., Osford, \ew York, Perganlon Yress t1JGS] aiv, 212 p. !llus. 20 cm. (The Commonwealth and tuternational library. Biolony division) ', 1. IIlology. 2. Man r. Title. u. Title: Human bioloey. QH30S.5.I5 1968 r` 612 6i-30'J2 Library of Congress ~ 171 a e
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50251 0116 S~edlovs'.-:y, Theodore, 18JS~- ed. ~;lectrochemistry in biology and medicine. Sponsored by tlin Electrocr.emical Society, inc., Now York. New York, Wiley, 1955. 869 p. itlus. 24 cm. (The Electrochemical Society series) Includee bibliot raPhy. "Grew out of the symposium on electrochemistry In biology and mndicine held In New York, durine the one hundred and third meet- ing of the Electr.ochemical Society ln April of 1953." 1. Electrocbemistry. 2. Electrophyslology. z. Title. QD353.S5 '~ 541.37 55,8561 j Library of Cone ess ~ 120, ~~ I t~ Qa o 1 :~ .; a~ I
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50251 0126 , Li, B,ology-InEormation sources--D~ectories ~i;_^S Y° , i ,1:'sr.s e c.S c ~g(`? 143 p• I ] I ~:11on ri~•0 V7rc S ft I 0 e
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Biology--Information sourcess-Dir.ectories. Walford, Albert Joiin, ed. Cuide to reference a:aterial. 2nd ed. Edited by A. J. Walford. London, Library Association, 1966- v. 25 1/2 cm. v. l:f5(75/-to members) Contents - See main listing ~ . . .
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50251 0125 Eiclogy--Infora3ticn sourceib Bottles R. T, (ed,) 'tNE U36 OF Bi0L0GICAL LTTERATURE, edited by it. T. adtt]e and H.: V, Wyatt. 2966 286 p.. SuLterwotths Lorido,h
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50251 0113 ? a-- Artschwagcr, Ernst Friedrich, 1SS9- Dictionary of biolobical equivalews, Ger:»uu-Englislt, by Ernst Art:elt-waber ... Baltimore, The 11'illian~s & 3~"ilkiiis company, 1930. 239 p. incl. 6 pl. 2-4 cm. DescriPti•:e letterpresi on versus facing the plates. "Itefrrence Luuks and related dictionaries": p. 21. 1. Biology--Dictiouaries. 2. German lsunguage-Dtctionurtes-)~:ng- lish. ~. English lan;uaf,e-Dictionaries-German. 30--1s274 Library of Congress ~ i QH13.Ai t48u21 570.3 CJ 9~ I o n i'i (:i .~ i~ t~
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50251 0110 i I I Bio].cE,;,r--•Lictior.aries. Henderson, Isabella Ferguson. A dictionary of scientific terms; pronunciation, deri: ation, and definition of terms in biology, botany, zoology, anatomy, cytolcgy, crer.etics, embryology, physiology, by I. F. Hender- son and W. D. Henderson. 5th ed. by John H. Kenneth. Edinburgh, Oliver and Boyd,1953. zvi, 506 p. 23 cm. 1. Biology-Dictionaries. i. Henderson, Nilliam Dawson, jolnt author. QI-i13.II4 1953 1 ~ 503 53-29800 Library of Congress E1l
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r• Ref . 5~251 0122 Q Biology--Haad'oook. 123 So & SG',*'_k i He rbert A. (czd.) Q HA'YDRauK OF hIc?iii'Z•IT.S: Al , Selected Gata fo= 123''oxeiula= ~ ialrr,y. So _ t7u4 `vS~..oLln1y p:dt;3fl ~c The C'aeuae:nY lWbbcr Co. Cleveland, Ohio 1 0 o Cl n n 1 9 7
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50251 0129 ! TP 370 C Bio?ogy--Kinetics. i Charn, Stanley E. The fundameutals of food engineering. Wastport, Coun., Avi Pub. Co., 1953. 592 p. illus. 24 cm. (Avi books on food processing) Includes bibliogrzphy. n . ~...-,--~c-N..<,.~.,~-..-~-.,.:....~._~-.-_:.-..,-.-..~~........r.,.•-.....S,s--T-•,,_, ._ ..,,_...~........~..-. I e U ~ to n n o ! a ; 4 0 4
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50251 0127 Ref 1Q 150 Un 1 Bio?ogy--InforMation sourcer-Diractor.ies. U. S. Library of Con~ .esa, Natior.al. Refe: ra: Center for Science tnd Technology A DI?.ECtOnY OF zlvr^G'r:1u1TIG?y P.ESvUi<CI:L ItI THE UNITED S7_1T',S, PHYSICAL SCIENICES, BIOLOGICAL SCIENC}:S, ENGIfiEERING. 1965 352 p. Washington 0 {;) 0 n C ~ i 4? tl ?
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50251 0119 Eialogy--Clossary i v. :i. Dc":p£crmei3t of t.griculi:ure, i:<3titJI3%3.3. :.:.ir.GUiiUIX•v Tsi5.. Volae 2. !'TG:j:. I:::,:? 7 395 Faga9, 619 Pa;,ca :f.....1'i _.-..:1-to?l, D. C. . l1 i i~ ~ 0 t.J
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f~ 123 V 4 p. 1., 1000 p. tnclL front., illus. (incl. maps) diagrs. 2 colL pl. on 1 L 263 cuL "First published, Aiarcb, 1938." 1. Spience-Dictionnries. company, inc. 11947] . i 50251 0112 Van Nostrand's scientific ei,cyc!opedia; InruTaauties, astron- omy, botany, cneroicazl engineering, chen:istry, civil er.hineer- in-, electrical enrineering , electronics & radio, geology, mnthernaNrs, mech,,nical en~ineerina, medicine, metallurgy, meteorology, minerRloby, navigation, photob nphy, piiysic,, statistics, zoolon •. !-Id ed. New York, D. Van Nostrand Q121.V3 1947 503 47-99C Library of Con;ress 153051 " ~ t~ IJ l1 1.~ 7 ~ -,_.,x ,, -7 -1
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as 50251 0133 PioloEs----PUlosof:kv. Martin, Gustav Julius, 191Q- ]3iolobical antnronisin; the theory of biological reiati~-it~•. Philaclelphia,131akiston,19i,1. vii, 516 p. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. BIology-Philosophy. i. Tltle. Q,II331.DI3k ~ 61 . 2.015 Library of Congress 10303 -It 1 i.: i i c i
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- - . . . . ' .. : i _ . . :.. . ~........•......r..':.ru..• .~..:... ~:-......_ _r...~ ..... -~ : ~ ,,. ~ • 50251 0107 ; DICTIONARIES--BI6LOGY/BIOLOGY--DICTIGNARIES/' ~ REF I ~ j 123 St 1971 Dictionary of Biology Everyday Handbooks Edwin B. Steen 10009 BARNES & NOBLE BOOKS A DIVISION OF HARPER & ROW, PUBLISHERS New York, Evanston, San Francisco, London z - . ~? ! Cl A ;3 t1 s a
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~ II 50251 0121 Bioio flandbook ~ 1.02 ~ ^ ~ ~ trh:kl:ecd rL2scilcm and SpCCO Co. fM~3Ca:.zh Ccd k};:vQ1.os=ent i3ivS.alon, X: koru.atioa Tew aaoY ouY C:alsn, D_:e;e SS=cc:.-n Lls;txt=^ns sTATi.-c:'--TH1.1-Aitx EZCi DclI:nr.1. DI.Tt, 1965 60 pa"mus ClCt:iughouscs Sp.iDZEiad, V1,. 0
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-50251 0094 ~ . i - ~~"CO ~ ~ D___ry. . %«=~`^^~ 1, ,pa;c'4 ~' . . Q , - m o ~~ A4A.t.e" DIRECTORY oF INFORIfATION RESOURCES IN ACRICULTURE AND BIOLOGY.:... ~is~jjt ~is _: . Oxpiled a" a Prnjcc„ of the ' ACRfCOL:JRJ.L SC7£vC£S it:lYlPOsurou Ner:mxu i r in ooc;crat.on c: t:) the Land-Crant Co;.lezs a•td t17c U. S. 0.•partnent of k;•1culturc s - 1971 Ct , a,~tlonal AFr/culcuro: Library U. 5. IHrpnrtn•rt of Agriculturc hcltstdlle, Hsyland IL `! P> . ~}. 2005 % t
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_..~_..:..i~....~ .... _......_..,.,~:ub:a 1972 Vol. ~ranSais Vol. hICTION/tY.LliS--BIOLOGY/7?10LOC5'--DIC7'IO:: "Wi,S/ 50251 01 06 FPJ:NCI: LANCIIAGE--DICTIO;~ARIES/nICTIC";!;P.II:S---rr;C?i/ r`~EDICINF.--I)ICTIO::AP.II:S--FR.:NCIIJI?IC:CIO'~At II:S--AfIaIC?.i:E/ ' 21o r~' `, 1`: DI C:'TIONNAIP.E ,rol. 1- A-D-1970 ' DI~ I~~ i DLCTNi ET Dr ].3IOL0 GIE' c1t (/I1Qlrc i•Oluntcs 2- E-M -1971 3- N-Z -1972 A. r1ANU1L/1, L. -hSANU1LA, M. NICOLE ~ I-I. L.AA'I I31? RT nvcc 1a cu1l.1Lnratiou dc J. HURI:AU <a„ei,om«cl, j. I)OLONOVSY.I (chim« Grot~;~~u~~= , ct dc 350 t;pccialistcs PWl:/•ilCl;' DE A 1. G. CAl1'DAU AiASSON & CIE [)'utNt~r j,fnr.al dc Khf.nisa6.n mondi.lc dc J• Sentt , S?0 l.outtr.rd S.int~Genn.in, 1'.rirG TOAiE ) '1Z FM II;R =_-- 1970 O 1- Cl fl fi ~`1 1~ 3~ ~
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50251 • 01 32 RN.S• U. S.4 .1'atio>>al Library of Jledicin.e. Biomedical serials, 1950-1960, a selective list of serials in the National Library of Medicine. Compiled by Lela 3L Spanier. "'ashington,1962. vll, 503 j). 26 cm. (EU. S.1 Public Health Service. Publlcation no. 910) 1. Medicine - Period. - Bibl. 2. Biology - Period. - Bibi. i. Spanler, LEIa \I., comp. ii. Title. (Series) ~ 016.6105 62-61276 ~ Library of Consress "~ 151 z6660.U52 ..~~..
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Biology--Handbook. i I`.2.t±nLn, Philip L. (ed. ) ENVIRDN"ii'..NTAT. BIOLO.;y, edited by Philip L. Altntan and Dorothy S. llittmAr. 1966 694 p. Kederution of ATerican Societies for bxperiraentn1 Biology Bethesda, }id. I .:I `~-.~..•-~:-:~. ._... ,..:,.,._....._„>_r..~..~...,~;..,_.....- .....~,-~,..~- .: :. . _~._.-~........~,~ a...~=..~-, c
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A~ Biolo8YPopulations--Evolution 50251 0137 "' : J!~ ~i5 2,'•9 ~ . .Li:n W.~'~I`.'y' r .t.'7.aav :'Yt'Fl ~~ i i n~1 +I l ~ i) 4 1 2
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~ 50251 0138 A I McCormick, J A Isotope techniques in biolohiml sciences; aselectea list of references. TID-35i2. Oak Ilidge, Tenn., LT. S. Atomic Energy Commission, Teclinicr.l Information Service Esten- sion,1958. 44 p. 27 cm. 1. Isotopes-FIbl. 2. Biology-Bib]. i. Title. Z5322.I81i3 /"''~ '°016.54123 58-61754 $ Library of Cono.ess `_ L11 ---~-.-.,.......'.. ti ,•
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50251 0130 , i , :. I .4 i OK 83 S Hlulogy--Nomeaciacu'reu a Savory, Theodore Horace, 189G- Traming the iiving world, an introduction to the l,rinciplos of biological nomenclature. New York, Wiley (10G2j 128 p. 21 cm. 1. Biology-Nomenclature. z. Title. QH83.S3 574.014 63-5565 j Library of Congress 17-11 i Q 1 0 0 0 0: 1 ~; ~ ~~ r
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50251 0118 I i3ioe ci;:;•-r"1uorz-scence assay A Uder.friead, 5idney, 1m18- Fluorevcence tsss,:y in biology and tuedicine. New York, Academic Pre..-~,1Ps2. 605 p. lll" 24 cnL (Molecular bielop, sa International seriep of monographs and tezti,oolcs, v. 8) L Flooreseenm L Title. QC477.U8 674.19 LibrarJ of Oongertss 61-18801 :
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50251 01'39 Bioiogy--Research--U. S. Air b'wce. Ua SO D~;:=twmt af iZ;: 1~.,~ Fczr:,s, !Yn rl Ff ~ys a.9ftcY 5 H-0 UO SO La-y+u9 c.'.f.r stv t/v~rwa ~) 0 fl it ~ `~ 4 1. A
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Biology--Populations--Evolution A~ 50251 01 36 Ahle~%-, I,*. C. ~ ~ y :~- .~.~~i~.~;z5..sJ LI~ 6L/l.''~`ai4+ LVUa.JM R1. v. ; ili):o1 E. EmLrson; ~';.-izir.do is•r'c.; Zaowrn Fa::L,; t;nd v<s1 P. ari:midt. 1965 E37 p. W. B. Co. °hi1aeL1Yh;a 0
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~ QH 541 Biology--Populations '50251 0135 Southwood4 7. R. 9. EMoo-rcAL METNOps„ WITH PARTICUT,AR REfERENCE Y'Q THE STUDY OF 1'.NSECT POPUI:A.T.rONS 196G 391 Pages Methuen & Co• Ltd. London
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i 50251 0134 Al1.-~.•~, W. C.. n~ r p . ~.~ r ~nr ' ~.~_ ~a:.:•~.~1L ;~y A'1~izi~:, Ias:.; W. I). ; 6:'s.fted E. Z:r..rsGa; C:1cmr,o .• ~ ,.,a:~3 '~.aa..!.r.; .~'.:?d :Lar1 P• Ch..+i G.... Tiou. 1 1955 E33 p. W. D. SsL"3derc Co. phi3.a~a1ph-ia \ I ,a F11 0 9 1
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50251 01u3 i " ReS. Q'i 301 Bios.ocy---Socie i-jies, etAb.--.Zliroc tories. Gray, Peter, 1908- ed. ~, The encyclopedia of the biological sciences. New 1 ork, Reinhold Pub. Corp. j19G1] xxi, 111;1 p. diagrs. 27 cm. (Reinhold books in the biological sciences) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biology-Dictionaries. i. Title. QH13.G 7 ~'"•~ .' , 574.03 61-12385 `~ Library of Congress EG1ba15j
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50251 0148 Eiclog,ry--Tcr..i.o1oL7. i Jaeger, Edmund Carroll, 1SS7- A source-book of biological naiaes and t.erm,. Illus. by Merle Gish and the author. 3d ed. Springfield, Il]., Thomas i19551 xxxv, 317 p. illus. 25 cm. 1. L'ioloby-Terminology. (R,11 i83.J3 1955 .*~ 574.03 55-88C7 rev Library of Congress kti-~ ~r55k9 ] --- e 0- 10 0
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i TAXONOMY/BIOLOGY, ENVIRONriENTAL/ALGAE/WATER--POLLUTION/ QL KEYS TO WATER QUALITY INDICATIVE ORGANISMS 345 Pa 1975 OF THE Edited 50251 0151 by Fred K. Parrish v v SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES Georgia State College Atlanta, Georgia (Second Edition) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Office of Research & Development Environmental Monitoring & Support Laboratory BIOLOGICAL METHODS BRANCH ~1QUATIC BIOLOGY SECTION 'CINCINNATI. 0HI0 4520$ U 1 t1 0 tt o 1 6 4 9. 6
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.,tl 315 S Seminar on Z2ioIo,-;ica1 Science Communir.rttion, Americaa Uvizersity, 1961. Informution and communication in bioloti cal science: a report preparecl for the Biological Sciences Communication Project, .ltuerican Institute of I3ic,logicsl Sciences iby, Lowell Ii. Hattery. lWashinrrtonl Center for Technology and .ldministration, School of Government and Public Ad- ministration, American University, 1961. 99 p. dingrs. :° cm. ~, Riology-Inforniltion services. 2. Conimunicntion !n scir,nce. r. Hattery, Lo«•ell Ilarold, 15t]t:- u. American Institute of L'io- logical Sciances. Biological Sciences Comniunica:ion Project. ru. Title. Q1I315.S4 19G1 ~ ~ 010.78 62,-41i3 . Library of Conbre~7s 10J °.""""Y- I . a J CZ I l; 0 01 n
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Eiology--Research 3nd developUr.t--•5ibi.icgrephy v'o~ :. r .. ~ --.. ._.. _ _..__. .. ::, _;, .. ',^.c1r=.'trr~,=y~~s~.•~-..--,..~,..,~..~•~c•..-E;
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s 0 1 ro 0 n () Biology Tem-lir.-.olot,y i Burror, Donald Joyce, i907- llictionury of -word roots and combining forms, coinl,ilt•,1 from the Greek, Latin, and ~other languages, with special rererence to biolog(&al terms and scientitic nalllos. Palo Alto, Calif., \-P Publications t10G01 v,131 p. 18 ens. 1. BIology--Terminology. 2. English language-I'oreigu «or.ls :.rod phrases-Dictionaries. i. Title. QH13.BGS 19G0 574.03 GO-155f,1 Library of Congress \ ~61ui5~
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2sioloi;y, Experii;;.entui. i Qh 301 S Scciety for F.xpc: imer,tal Biol;,by (Ct. Erat.) Symposia. no. 1- I D Cambridge, L; ni versit3• Press, 19474- .S:~ / D v. illus. 2E3 cm. 1. I3io]ogy-Coliected works. [1. Biology, EzperimPntal, l II. S. Army Medical Libr. _j IW1S0S538] for Library of Congress la5J.-,2jt Q.H802.S622 Med 47-2319 0 0 V) I .a 41 ? 9
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, 1 QI Eiolot;r- aables, etc. 'T0251 0146 1 123 g Spector, William S ed. ~ Handbook of biological data. Prepared under the direc- tion of the Conimittea on the Handbook of Biological Data, ~ Division of Biology and Algriculture, tho National Academ} ~ of Sciences, the National Research Coun6L Saunders E1956] Philadelphia, mcvi, 584 p. illus. •2fl cm. 1. Blologs-Tables, etc. t. Title. QH310.S6 ' t;74.083 56-13410 Library of Congress ~ 158wa301 --,... , .._.~...~.M___-~... .. . _....._._~._.__~_~.R_..-.....,,~...~-r-r.,,.-~-. . _ .
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50251 0140 Ac;u.t.c" I . \ir I ' t Q/~ll •w J~ ~ . TO ~ RY 9'7,DIREC / • OF INFORHATION RESOURCES IN l~~~d 0K . ~4 ~ (t n AGRICULTURE AND BIOLOGY hww~ ' q1ws ODrtpiled a-5 a Projcct of the U. S. Apartnent of AC;1cultt:re .. , aaucuLrJRJL scrc•vice; rrfY1RIJ1.*rQ'7 NETw,oRK !n. cooNratlm i.a.•i the land-Gra:t Co1]eD!s ind t]ie -~r.. 1971 'ational Agrieulturoi Library U, . Ikpartn nt of Africulturo '001' bcltsvillc, tlaryland ;~ ; z07os
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50251 0153 123 Biology, Environmer.tal--Har~it,ook. , ~ Al Altman, Phi lip L. (£d, ) z.hVi"Rry;:'N,E,'TAi. LIOTAG'Y, ec?iteu bp Pnilip L. Altzian and Dorott:y S. Dittmer. 1966 694 p. Federation of An;as•ican Sacieties for Experin-.eutal Biology Bethesda, Md.
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t Biology--Tables, etc. & Altman, Philip L ed. 50251 0145 Gro«•th includinr reproduction and morpholo~.qical devel- opment. Compiled and edited by Philip L. 111tman and Dorothy S. llittmer. Prqpared under the auspices of the Committee ou Biological I-landbooks. «'ashing-ton. Federa- tion of American Societies for EXpe:•imenta: I3iolo~y i19C2j zii, 608 p. illus., tables. :.'9 cm. ~(Blological haudbooks) Includes bibliographical references• 1. Blolooy-Tables, etc. 2. Growth. 3. Reproduction. 4. Diorphol- og,r. 5. Cenetics-Tables, etc. i. Uithuer, Dorothy S., joint ed. tt, Title. Q1I310.A4 574.083 62-210G9 Library of Congress tGu'f3• , ~ ~ i J 0 t' d3 2 0
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Biology, Economic ;50251 0150 Biology and the mamifncturin-z industries; proceedings of a synmposium held at tha Roya1 Geographical Society, Lon- don, on 29 and 30 September 1966. Edited by 'M. Brook. London, New York, Published for the Institute of Biology by Academic Press, 1967. xii, 165 p. lilus. 24 cm. (Symposia of the Institute of Biology, no. 16) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biolosyy, l:conomic-Congresses. i. Itrook, DIaurice, ed. IT. Royal Geographical Society, London. (Series: Institute of Biol- ogy. Symposia, no. 16) QH705.B5 574.6'03 67-21 J-11 Library of Congress '.,.,,' i'rt ~.~.;--.r..-..,. e 0 n n~~ ~~ 4 2s
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QD 453 Ad 50251 0149 i Bioloby--Theory, v.19 ADVANCES IN CHF'~fZCE:L nHYSICC . V,N9,, ~,! New Yori.:, InC;4ror+ ca-~e P.ic,i~.src:a,1 ICc`~- ~% ~ g 7/ i',,vQ diabra. 24 cm. Editor: v.1- I. Frigcgine. 0 -177.w-s~~,. t ; r-u, <llr 7v^,-;~'
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~ RC BIOLOG1E.-.mF';~4tiiPHIRIUT;..T[1M0ilb.! 50251 0157 267 mi Mi2e21 s, Merle fi7ALpCY OF AMiPH1AIAIV TUMORS SpeC1aJ. Sunplf' nf,nt) 1969 484 p~~ Es Springer-Vcr1aF New York ~J a if1
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50251 0160 RC 276 lj Am 3c.• Ambresc, E. J. (cd.) THE TiIOT.OGY OF CA?:CER, edited by E. J. Ambrose ;:nd F. J. C. Roe. 1966 237 p. D. Van Nostrand Co. Ltd. New York l~ ~ i~ 0 ti F;
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Eiolo~y--Perio:;. 50251 01 31 v U. S. Lrbra, t/ of Conyresa. Science uivision. Biological sciences serial publications; a world list, 195J- 1954. [Compiled by John Henry Richter and Charles P. Daly of the Science Bibliographic Sectionl Prepared ur.der the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation. Phila- delphia, Biological Abstracts, 1955. 269 p. 27 cm. 1. Biology-Period.-Bibl. i. Title. Z5321a52'- f` "1 016.57405 55-60051 ^- copy 3. ZCiC3.41.Ii5 Library of Congresa 115J --------^-•~.•.-.,~-:~ --• a
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50251 0152 ~ ............. ~t i by CIAREXCE M. IARINEII U.S. DEPARTVENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE Public Health Service Bureau of State Services Division of Sanitary Engineering Services Robort A. Tait Sanitary Engincerin3 Center TDP97TR, BIOLOCICAL PRODLEMS ,1k'ATER POLLUTION ~.,.... Tre.nsactions of a Seminar on Biological Problems In Water Pollution hcid at the Robert A. Tait Sanitary Enpineerinp Center Cincinnati, Ohio April 23 - 27. 1050 Cocylled and Edtted Cl. r~ (~ i ~~ ~a ? ? 1957
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50251 0156 AGLNG--ItIOLOGY/DIET/LONGEVITY/GENETICS/ ~ ~ SMOKING & HF•ALTH/ { A Publication of the Amcrican Institutc of Biological Scicnccs QP 86 Be 1978 Edited by John A. 13ch11k: Editor, IdioScicnce Caleb E. Finch Profcssor of Biology and G crontology bnivcrsity of Southcrn California Los Angeles, California and Plenum Press • New York and London G a 1 i'u~ i i%- i a~i. 1'vA ~:::.^-I :~. . . I
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CYTOLOGY/CFLLS--BIOLOGY/ENZYMXS--SY14TF:FSM/ A* . 50251 0164 MftQ.FS i LIPIbS/PROTEiNS/MICROSCOPE ANn uICROSCOPY/ Qa 573 Wo 1972 Stepken L. WOl f2 University of California, Davis Wadsworth Publishing Company, Inc. Belmont, Cc:?i fornia -.~~.._..._.i,.._...~.,.._.,r.,...,....R.__.,.- .. ~.----~. ,.----. .._.. (~ ! i ~ 0 n 0 i ~.) 4 X 9
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f BOTANICAL CHE`1ISTRY/ 50251 0165 ~'he~'Biology~ncl=~.Chemistry of ~the-~ ompositae, © L 14 495 V &-f.~/' He Volume II 1977 A joint symposium sponsored by the Linnean Society of Vl•-!C• London and The Phytochemical Society V~- i c, PDDL edited by V. H. HEYWOOD and J. B. HARBORNE Department of Botany, University of Reading, Reading, England and B. L. TURNER Department of Botany, Univcrsity of'Texas, Austin, Texas, U.S.A. 0 1 :3 4 .4 0 ACADEMIC PRESS 1977 London New York San Prnncisco
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Biology--Statistics. Jb50251 0144 Sir Rn: a3.d A,{lner, 16-1-0- C:r;~'.7c..~4~.^~;~1. B:i,Ji.ZGIrA.L, A Ga f.\.=1.!..,:A=\t'.+J) I1.1' ~i/.bl.i~i.l i~a`iL.'Lb1~~11~ by G.e.- .r,. , ~ ,. , .h..~° f.zc~ ' . 1..- ~.,~.... A. ~' s . . k'z.t:t.sc Xeteso 4tli c2:i 8s`11.o L"di;1bLL.rohy Oliver •P.21d '.~,G.Iµ! ~QS- ~ „j o .~...~.~..~.~ 126 v;,Je 29 coo _ ~ . ~..,~.Y..a.q~.•.,..-..Y..~... -
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50251 0168 i WMY`V ~3i~`d'G~~"~~~; ~ NeYstrueva, R. I. VOPROSY BIOLOGII MUSKATNOGO SHALFEYA (Bioloty of Clary Sagel) Photostat from: Agrobiologiia 1956 (No. 6) 128-30 (November-December 1956) - In Russian Translation Availabie ~ r~,,t,~s.~.~r.~-..J i, 0 ...-_.~ ....-.,.,_- : .._ ...._,~ ...~ _ ._~~-. __.__ . f~ 1 il 0 CI n 1 ': :a 4
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. • a . CANCER--CELLS/ CANCER--BIOLOGY/NEOPLASMS/. 50251 -h-e_-BIOIa1gY`'df - - Armin C. Braun. - (",anCeY• -> The RockefeUcr University ~. 1974 Addison-Wesley Publishing Company , Advanced Book Program Reading, Massachusetts London - Amsterdam - Don Mills, Ontario - Sydney - Tokyo r 0162 0
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50251 0166 + CIGARETTE BEETLE/ TOBACCO MOTH/ VI Ta3=79 Tabakmotte t ~ English t RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHIET VI Ta3-79 Schmidt, J. A. (Landesanstalt Pflanzenbau Tabakforsch. Forchheim, ..BIOLOCy,X °0F'-THE CIGARETTE BEETLE AND TOBACCO MOTH? Karlsruhe, .*(Die Biologie der Lagerschadlinge Tabakkafer (Lasioderma) (Ephestis).)* Ger.) und Tabak Kolloquium, 21st, paper, 6 p., Be'rlin.(1979) (In German summary) 0 I c~ 0 r~ tl TOBACCO--`tOTH SEE TOBACCO ~t(1TH/ 6 4 4 1 with
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50251 0171 4 REF Q ~.;.~:, ::.:,,t;.~....,........._. 123 Al • Biology-': Da tar"•Book ~ Second Edition VOLUME I)1~)lil i • ANIMALS/F.ADIOISOT OPES--E'OLOGICAL APPLIGATII)id/ DRUGS--DOSAGE/CULTUPE r'EDIA/VITA2.fINS/GEN'ETICS--BIOLGGY/ PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES/ CGMPi1.ED AND EDITED BY f Philip L. Altman and Dorothy S. Dittmcr Federation of Amcrican-Socictics for Expcrimcntal Biology , T•B'ZKLSDA, MAAYLt.ND •
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50251 01 61 / NEOPLASMS/ CANCCR-•-EPLJI:1•SIOLOCY/ CAP+CER--Ci?l!*IU1I4E1:""p:'/ /C/il1CER--CA:JSATION--CIiI::•fICit:. ASPECTS/ METASTASI-IS/ RC 262 Am 1975 B~: 10L, Q G Y.'-,0 F---'-C.:A:h1 CE R- el."'I Second Edition I;ditot:r: E. J. AMBROSE, D.Sc. Clraster Rcnittv Research Inutitutc Institrue of Cancer Kesearch, Lonclon F. J. C. ROE, D.M., D.Sc., F.R.C.Path. R1e•nrher of the liutitute of Cancrr Xcs•carcli, London I3alstcd Press • a division of JO11N 1VI LZY & SONS, tnc. New York • London • Sydney • Toronto
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A QH i 50251 0175 ~ 431 BIOLOGY t.RTD.._TH ETD.._THE FUTURE OF- MA.K.- , ~ Fia ~ timnrzlcx, Philip {n:~.) L{I0J1GG"L I.t:D Ti-I~,' I'"u':Iidi:E Of' HAN 1970 536 Nq-as 0xfozd Univers3ity P:c.a Ne"? Yo:i: .,-....,.,,--..---,.,...~ 0 - ~ : r.,~.-~,. .._....~........,~ . ~ .. - {1 ! 10 n n n I - i 4 '~ f~
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50251 0178 i _y OF :THS -4.AI3Md1TMY- ZS(USE r:., Sueil~, Geor.-e D. (ed. ) B1Oi.CK`iY CF Ttu, L-~BC1.:F.iC1n MM8::. 1941 i1c> 497 PP• Dover .*•'ublicatro-..s, ?'no. New York C1 ~ <) il I'1 () I
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i ANNALS OF THE EW YORK AC DEMY OF SCIENCES VOLUME 134. ART. 2 PAGES 497-1066 February 28, 1966 QH 431 Ne 1966 Editor-in-Chief EDWARD M. WEYEV Associate Editor PAUL E. VAN REYEN Conference Chairman JOSEF BRO2EK CONTENTS Preface. By JosEPtt F. Kusis ............................... S01 Aims and Background. By JosEF BROtEK ....................... 502 0 t SEcrto:\ 1. GENEtuL CoNcerrs ( I Ci t 50251 0177 Managing Editor HURD HUTCHINS THE I3IOLOGY OF I~[ UMAN I ARIATION* Introductory Statement. By ANCt:L KFYS 505 -
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50251 0183 QR 82 j 1le ;1968 i Associate Editor KAREN SusSELL MARC KRAUSS BIOLOGY OF TIIE WIYCOBACTERIOSES*. { O A ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VOLUME 154, ART. I PAOES 1-243 SEPTEMBER 5, 1968 Editor-in-Chief Managing Editor TRUMAN L. HALL (l .~l (1~ li ~ ~ ~~ Consulting Editor GARDNER MIDDLEBROOK Conference Cochairmen GARDNER MIDDLEBROOK AND CHARLES C. SHEPARD A I
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50251 0155 .:-U...i,tll , ....- ..~L ......_ 46 Biology and the nianufacturin- industries; a)ro^cedin-s cf aa symposium held at the Ilo}.11 Geo,,,yrnphical Society, T.on- don, ori 2'J and 30 September 1.966. Edited bc .1i. Iiroo!:. London, \ew York, Published for the Institute of Biology by Academic Press, 19G7. aii, 165 p. ilius. 24 em. (Symposia of the Institute of Biolo^y, no. 16) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biology, Economlti-Con"resses. T. Brook, Diaurice, ed. n. Royal Geographical Society, London. (Series: Institute of Biol- ogy. Sympos-ia, no. 16) QI1705.B5 ,, 574.6'0S 67-21911 Library of Congress 1 lV~
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50251 0182 ~ QI~ r a ~ ~ ~~ 1301 MQW"~ ,'.ISMUOMM3 I rr t3xozk, ahcranz D. GF 1Q7n ,717 HnLlowocd C1-if fs, 2.vn Jerzzy a
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76 II Rel-81 Proc. Annu. meeting Oregon Essential Oil GrAers League ~ p, 31st 36-41 (1980) ~, K....~ IAC~y. 50251 01 80 O 'YF ~AH4 11ANAGrMENT. 0~' INSF:C7~S ON lfINT t Ralph Berry Department of Entomology Oregon State University Corvallis, OR sf -Ir l / At this meeting last year in Portland, I displayed considerable optimism regarding registration of several new insecticides for insect control in mint. I am happy to report that I was not overly optimistic. A]1 of the necessary data have been collected and tabulated for petitions to register LORSBAN, FURADAN AND ORTHENE on mint. The pNtition for registration of LORSBA$ has been forwarded to the IR-4 office and will
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50251 0173 Ab L- ; PROGRESS IN CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, VOLUME 24 B/ '' BIRTH, ?•SiTLTIPLE/S}IOiCINr, HAl3ITS--Tt•;INS/ GE:VETICS--DISEASE/c~ ANTITRYPSIN/ vee.0~ a, B, l= "~"' ~T~~ EDITOR R WALTER E NANCE 850 ~ Proceedings of the Second;lnternational Chairman, Department of Human Genetics Pr Congress on Twin Studies Virginia Commonwealth University 1978 August 29-September 1, 1977 Medical College of Virginia ASSOCIATE EDITORS GORDON ALLEN National Institute of Mental Health Rockville, Maryland Washington, DC Richmond. Virginia Part B 10- 1 ag y. a d ~~.. ~~% I w~~t and PAOLO PARISI Gregor Mendel Institute Rome. Italy 0 1 0 0 n 4 ,~ ~?; ; ALAN R LISS, INC * NEW YORK • 1978 r//
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50251 0187 3. 96 ~, ^je.vJ p. t• 4t ~ f.'.:3 T.$il at~~io f ..- R...s,...,,.;.,.~..,.,,,,~ ~ Qll L'~7 'I1~E: gIOL~GY" a~ PI~PiR,ATY~NS f? i l..1 n
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gHLBIOLOGY OF MYCQ'RRH.L"A6 50251 0184 Harley, John Laker. Tho biology of mycorrhiza. Landon, L. Iiill; New York, Intersuience Publishers (1960, °1959j atv, 233 p. illus. (part col.) dlagrs., tables. 20 cm. (Plant science monographs) Bibltography: p. 205-222. 1. blycorhiza. ( Series) QK60-1.1134 60-1188 Library of Congress ` .~ 1301 (~ () t ) ~ : :J 41 ) ~ 0 1 0
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50251 -0186 ~ OL ~ 391 1W THE 'BIOLOt;Y'°OF: `PI.ANT'~ PAl'tASIT'g~"'NP~IATObF.S . Wallacs, H. R. 9`j;E PIOLOGY 0"r PLAN'T PARASITIC ND1CI0DES. 1963 280 p. Rdwszd Arnold (Pnhlishers) Ltd. London U
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK BF 698 Ma 1 q80,'~ 50251 0176 Mangan,G.L.;Eysenck,H.J. (ed,); -~t.I~LOGX, OFw.NUMAN.-,CpNDUCT*. .r, EAST-WEST;,MODELa~qE' K TEMPERAMENT~ itSONALITY•. International 'I-ieries in ExperiMental Psychology,vol. 25. PergaMon Press.New York, NY.O2,(IN : ENG.) I aN = 1 555 a U 1 0 n Cl n 1 5 4 5 1
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Sleigh, M. A. T1iE tIOLC2CY OF CILIA A27D FL.ACi.LLA. Tnternationa1 Series of `fonoRraphs ua Pure and Applicd Biology, v. 12. 1962 242 p. The Maccnillan Co. New York i a Y . .:~ ;'. . 4
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50251 0159 RC 269 Ho 1974 /CANCER---CAUSATIOti BY CIiEMIC&LS/ CANCER-aCAUSATIOa/ /CANCER--CAUSATION BY AFLATOXINS/ ANTIGENS/ /COCARINOGENESIS/ OP:COGENESIS/ The Physiopathology of Cankc-,er Cambridge, Mass. Editor: F. HOMBURGER, Cambridge, Mass. Vol. 1: Biologyy and Bioclteinistfy Third Edition Volume Editor: P. SHUBIK, Ontaha, Nebr. Contributors: IZ. W. BALDWIN, Nottingham; I. BERENBLUAt, RehoYot; H. GARC[A, Omaha, Nebr.; F. HOMAURGER, Cambridge, Mass.; W. H. KrRsTEN, Chicago, lU.; S. R. PAn-E+t, Chicago, Ill.; P. SHUatK, Omaha, Ncbr.; A. Si VAK, New York, N.Y.; F. STE\vxcx,Omaha, Nebr.; B. L. VAN D WREN, New York, N.Y.; G. Wrrz, New York, N.Y.; G. F. WoGAN, With 32 figures and 12 tables, 1974 S. Karger • Basel • Menchen • Paris • London • New York • Sydney -. - _.. _ . _.. -- -- ---,
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50251 0172 I UnV4 (1970) %YOtOGY,tIANNIVURSARX: U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, G :k Ridge il,'~„tioP.ui Y.8boL: Lo--Y, L:iolcgy Di.v$sj.cYZ BIOLOGY DI4:;f ZOth: TIJENTIETH A,?NI`ISi.CAI:'i 1966 79 Pages 0 i) 0
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and.Sded b;* T. H. Goo;•isneed. ~~~'~t!irrv:...3 F i a T: o :V i o IIo CGod6C ecdp Wa Pe wSo Pti'LNLC~.'.r iTe . !~ i t~~3~•CCCo j ^ I:aucics•^'~ xn. ' ~... 7c, vypf lyt';ci:.3 c... ,., , P3ss:~t V~s~ :5p i1'ec.uLt,; G~' by. L~~V i4~{jj~i~l ai..ci lly 2W1 x0`•~o C-do; po C) () # () 0 n T I I •-- ~ 4 A, ti
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50251 0181 i Bioio~y- mnd .the alirtt4nfil~tift in~ "industriesS: rroea3edin~s syfTfposiiafrn^held~at' the RovR1 C~grnrhfcni•-.i+eaiet~,=°3,nf~ dou~.v~.;ti~arall;;i 3Q:fie~etntiP~ -1966;=-.=F.dited hr' ~i: Brealk. London, Now York, Published for the Iiistitute of Bio]ogy by Academic Press, 1967. xll, 165 p. illus. 24 cm. (Symposia of the Institute of Biology, no. 16) Includes biblioa aphies. I L Biology, Economic-Conrresses. t. Brook, Maurice, ed. rt. Royal Geographical Society, London. (Series: Institute of Biol- ogy. Symposia, no. 16) QH705.B5 574.6'08 67-219-11 Library of Congress l (71 ~-.,~+.....-- {c :`~
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A60251 0163 SMOKING AND IIl~:ALT}I/ CANCER--CAUSATION )tCANCER--IiIOLOGY/ TOBACCO--SMt)1tING--HEALTH I:i W, ~ .io ~a he4"ioyo€ncer ;s~~'~~ ~" ~~~ ~~~ 13urch, Philip Robcrt Jamcs. The biology~ of canccr. 1. Carcinogcncsis. 2. Canccr. 3. Ccllular control nicchan- isnu. I. Titla [13NLA4: 1.&Tcohlisuis. QZ200 139-17b] 1tC268.5.1357 1975 616.9'9-i'07 75-35784 ISBN 0-8391-0774-9 Professor, Dcpnrtmcut of Rlcdical Physics, University of Leeds University Park Press Baltimore C} 1(l n tt fl I c') 4 :4 A
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BIUia)GX~ R13SEllRC.~} ;'~.UHMAKIES"'"•'=~972-=~973 ~ 76 I Ma-79 A RiEPORT FOR THE YEAR 1972-1973 OF THE Dla'ARTTIENT OF BIOLOGY 50251 0188 AT THE MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY CAMBRIDGE, MASSACHUSETTS /~' . ~ C 0 I rl ~n c, t 1 4 l", 3 . 1, V_ // I J
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50251 0179 1 :`:iCro- f i lm k?'~`` OIOLOGY:: DF ~IASIDDEW& . SERRZCORivE= I:o. 109 MAB.:: :COI.:'-Ai40BI IL1dL~6 DoaLu, A. : . LtzC. 1.iLIM^.nidY V? J..A..7BOD:.[bNA S..F..t'~.~Tc"~:~S~L' vis, C4L. by A. R. I'=!Es, Ae i.e e3`~3_+ins ea3 El, A. i;usactt. liiesofll.m C-.cm: AIer4. •'r,a J. h.B,;. Rss. 9 (i:os 2) IS5-75 (July 1:53) • ' M
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QP PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORI•iATION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IX/ ODfir, V. X/ 50251 0185 360 pAyTHOLOG(TIPHYS,IQLOGICALIIIVIOI--X/SENSESVANDISENSATIONDIVG IHEX/SMELL/IVIVIA/ Ca TASTE, Vx~ II %NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,131.II1/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV/PAIN, V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVOkANTS--SENSORY EVALUATION, V. X/ H:1\DIiOOI: OF PEI2CI:P7'1O\', V,T-_1C EDITORS: Edward C. Carlrrerlc and /lforton P. Friedman Department of Psychology University of California, Los Aneeles \'olume I: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 Los Angeles, California , Volume 11: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 *~ .~..... ~. . .,,• .. ... .._~.',' • ', t~Volumc III! Bt6)o~yof Petcepfy~ aaT S~stetn§. 1973~` ` .~\'olumc IV: Hearing. 1978 rVolume V: Seeing. 1975 ~\'olume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 rVolume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 VVolume VII: Lan~uage and Speech. 1976 '~ Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 VVolume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 VVolume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 o !() 0 (1 tJ I• J y (') 0 0
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INSECTS--BIOLOGICAL CONTP.OL/' i60251 0170 78 II Ge i . 7"'on-Lral .~ ~ vrth ~ I j'..eo~`,t ~~~ ' G ~a by C. E:.~. BeclchGm GEOIIGIA EXPERIMENT STATION F. F. CoWLRT, Resident Director Expcriment, Georgia March 1953 Technical Cuiletin 2 Ur'WI+:RSITY OF GrOItGI!i ('OLLLGE OF AGRICULTURE E?iYLPI`ILI`T STATIONS 0. C. Avt;Rfror,u, Fresidcnt C. C. RIURRAY GEORGE II. hiNd Dean and Dir-ncior Associate Dircctor 0 1 o o n o 1 :~ 441 S a
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50251 0194 Harper, John L ed. The biolocy of weeds; a symposium of the i3ritisll I:co- logical Society, Oxford, 2d-1th April 1959. Oxford, Black- well Scientific Publications 119G0j av, 256 p. tilus., maps, diagrs. 23 cm. (Brittsh Ecological So- ciety. Symposium no. 1) Includes bibllo€raphtes. 1. Weeds-Congresses. 2. Botany-Ecology-Congresess. L British Ecological Society. rr. Title. (Series) QI*911.B7A.35 no. 1 581.5 60-52156 rev Library of Congresa irC_'f}l
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C;?~CFIi- -Ct'.1.i.S/CANCET-- C_'tl1SAT] 0N/ 50251 0190 1<3~_~~ t i A Ga~-rP~z;_:I_iENSIt~E 7•I~EA.TIS1: ~REDERICK lj. B 1;C`r'.Elt, i:Dl"IOR Nrr.Y York Universit~ Sr,F.oor of :lcdicirae Yj•ENUIN1 PRESS 6 NF.V;' YORK :1ND LOI`'D('-,N Library of Con','ress CataloZinr in Publication Data C2i43J RC261.B42 vol. 3 ERC-962J 616.9'94'00'us '1619.9'94't)7J ISfiN 0-306_3:203_6 __ 75-22290 (His Cancer, a comprehCnsive treatise; a) Includes bibiiogaphies and index. 1. T,umors. 2. Cancer cells. 3. Carcinogcnesis. 4. C,~wtJ~.;e~ulato,s. 1. Tit,.:. jDNL'ti4. LlNeoplasms. QZ2t,~ .,.........__..,O Rs wr..., _..-i-Iu1'r'm-~: ;,wt f' a U I~) £l•n tl 1 J 4 r; F:
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50251 0169 ~ ~ I I Vil tb1U2;trT-vE.I "CON, MEfii3S :': RaE14 aEZA31rR'IME). °f.ti%i~ 7i P;~iaii -1c Co .~+~C«~ ~JJ xi".' ::1 I s;hy ~. ~4Ye of N. Ce at .' a. 2cs P.o. 154, Ar,r.. t,.~. 5(::fl. 5) 669..7a tSepte 1~6''! C)
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i50251 0200 _` -4 ANTIBIOTICS--BIOSYNTHESIS/RIOSYNTHF.SIS/FUNGICIDES/PHYTOTOXINS/ METHANE, BIGGENESIS/METABOLISM/0IL SPILLS/PETROLELTM MICRORI®LOGY/ FLAGELLA, BACTERIAL/WATER--POLLUTION/BIOLUMINESCENCE, BACTERIAL/ . QR • ' An 1977 ANNUAL REVIEW OI' MICROBIOLOGY °°`°"'E" MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California, Davis JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor University of California, Davis A. . BALOWS, Associate Editor ANNUAL REVIEWS INC, 11)9 EL CAMINO WAY 1977 PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA 94306
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50251 0201 ~. BIOLUMINESCENCE/CflEMILUMINESCENCE/LUCIFERASE/ QP 601 Co 1978 Methods in Dizymulogy Editors: Sidney P. Colowick and Nathan 0. Kaplan/ Volume LVII Bi • __... ,- o ~~~iZl~zesc_enCe; ajz ~ ru: ClZemiluminescence EDITED BY Marlene A. DeLuca DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA, CALIFOR-IIA ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Juvanovich, Publishers ~ :~ 4 .j 6
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BIOLUMINESCENCE/CIiEMILUMINESCENCE/LUCIFERASE/ QP 601 Co 1978 , Ab 50251 0197 Methods in Eiizyinvlogy Editors: Sidney P, Colowick and Nathan 0. Kaplan/ Volume LVII .Biolumijzescence and Chejniluminescence EDITED BY . 1 0 I i1- (1 1-1 0 Marlene A. DeLuca DEPARTMENT OF CHEMISTRY UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA AT SAN DIEGO LA JOLLA, CALIFORNIA ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers 3 4 - e
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50251 0189 Ab LINNEAN SOCIETY SY`tPnSrlrf ST•.rTFS, -*?U"iBFR 7/ ALKALnins---TT,A*ITS/ SY`!POSIU^t ON TI?E B?OLC(:Y AND TAXO?I(P•iY OF T}Ir 50114NACEAIYE, held at Btrminr,ham Universitv, July 13--17, 11)76 SnLANACEAE/N ICOTIAN.A/TO7i!1r.Cn- -rLAVCP'CIDS/T0T.ICC0•• OTTFRPE*?ES/ TOBACCO- -ALKALOIT)S•---I}ICSYfiTHI:SIS/ TS RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ha 1979 2.~a0 Hawkes, J. G.; Lester, R. N.; Skelding, A. D. (Univ, Birmingham/ Dep, Plant Biol., Gt, Brit.) 1979 ~~~ ~1\D y-~.113tQN01~~ OF..THE SOL.ANACEAES». Academic'•Press, Inc., London, Ct. Brit., 738 p. (1979) (In English) 'This volume is based on an international symposium on the Biology and 1 Taxonomy of the Solanaccac which was organized by the staff of the Department of Plant Biology at the University of Birmingham, U.K., and which took place ~ from 13th to 17th July 1976. It was jointly sponsored by the Linncan Society of ~ London and the Department of Plant Biology of the^Univcrsity of Birmingham. V a ~ ~ o 0• n 0 1 5 4 1") 4
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i 50251 0203 4 t QR 151 De 1981 BIOMASS AND ENERGY/ANTIBIOTICS/INTERFERON(Human, production of) STERILIZATION/INSECTICIDES--MICROBIAL/STERILIZATION, CHEMICAL/ GENETIC ENGINEERING/ A Publication of the Society for Industrial Microbiology . 3 ~ I N - Proceedings of the ~ Thirty-Seventh General Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology l~TI~USTRIAL Held at Flagstaff, Arizona August 9 15, 1980 ~ MICROBIOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS vol.m.:, ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA l3 n
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50251 0209 i STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/BIOMATHEMATICS/MEDICINE--MATHEMATICS/ A HANDBOOK OF QA 276 Po 1977 eNumerical and statistical techniques WITH EXAMPLES MAINLY FROM THE LIFE SCIENCES J.H.POLLARD CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS CAMBRII)GG LONDON-NL•N' YORK- ME:LBOURNI ~~ D~ 0 0 c~ ri t 3 4
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Bioiurainescence, v. 33. i 50251 0196 Annual3 review;.of:~bioohemistry_..., ~z k-40 1932-1971 Stanford University, Ca1if.J A,nnuak Keviews, Inc,. [etc], 1932-1971 40 v. diagrams ,.V cm . . ._ . . . o _; _ . . O -•r..-~ TM .~.,...-,.,-..~.....-rw...,.-,~.. U! ~ t~ 0 0 ~.,~-+ 7 1
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50251 0207 . Feldman, William Moses, 1879-193J. .37 I3iomathematics; the t rinc:ples of msthematics fo: stu- S dents of biological science, by Cedric A. B. Smith; bean ; tho 3d ed and a rcWritten version of the work by Mr. I Af. Feldman. NeR York, Hatller Pub. Co., 1954. ?12 p. illus. 23 cm. 1. Biomathematics. i. Smith, Cedric A. B. n. Title. QA37.F4 1954 ~,..~ Library of Congress [510] 574.0151 171 54-3472 . , i., a ~~ . ~ I f~ tJ ~ ~ 4
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qA ~ 276 Bionethematics i 50251 0208 ' q 1 Finney, David John. Probit analysis; a statistical treatment of the sigmoid response curve. With a foren ord by F. Tattersfield. 2d ed.. Cambridoe jEng.j University Press, 1952. zir, 318 p. diagrs., tables. 23 cm. "References" : p. 12551-263. 1. Diathematlcal statistics. 2. Biomathematlcs. z. Titie. . QA276.F47 1952 { '519.9 311.23 52-10191 Library of CoDgress ~ ' t7l n
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50251 0205 R 857 Kr 1975 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING/HEPARIN/SILICONES/COLLAGEN/ ~ POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION--CONGRESSE 'S BIOMATERIALS FOR ARTIFICIAL LUNG MEMBRANES/ t0,., - POLYMER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Volume 8 Proceedings o t e Jo nson & Johnson Symposium held in Morristo~, New Jersey POLYMERS IN MEDICiNE ~ i AND SURGERY Edited by Aa °e Richard L. Kronenthal Ltbrwn Ino. sm".nillN, Now .Mw Zale Oser hd.nt C..r Di.iaion bMnon anAJoAnton Nrw Arwuwiut, N.w.bmy . E Martin t? ~ i) n C1 () rnx,an tn`. sonr«rlll0, N.w jJJrfw P~EN,qM(QRESS • NEW'YORK AND LONDON ~ ~
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50251 - 0193 'TD 897 Un ,A i~Fa,tA~:rYO2.1UT20N-:A;.COLLE/iCIOV pAP ERSt; Ot3;i ULLU'tION,:kMASTFu:VAxt4,,, ~.A ,'Q1~~:~1ATEi2+ [:oited States Dept. of the Interior, Federal Water Vo3.larS.en Cc+ntro.l Adsain:.strrticn L,'.QLOGY OF WATER P4LT.UTICIN. A COLLECTION OF S1:LUCSEw I'A:?rTS ON STREAd PQLL[T'!'iCtia, t•LASTI: t,'ATE ;, I.:38 W?Ti: ; 1967 290 Pages U. S. Dept. of the Ir.terior, Fe-deral Water Fvllutlon Ce^ _rol I'.ctmi.ni.stretion c~ ~~6 8
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50251 0202 TD I i i(!i;--h'~1TT?F/ S~'1:i'F:2 FOLLUTION CG.`;\"TIZO:.. REC:.Il,~'CI3 SI'ItI1:S 0 PROJECT NO. 17050 EOY . CONTRACT NO. 14-12-419 CONTRACT NO. 14-12-871 January 1972 Rockville, 1iarylund 20852 17050 f01' 01~~2 4928 Wyaconda Road ~rBIMASS,DETER1•tIN.'!'f 38I~ ^~"~~ ~.....,. by . BYOSFI:ERICS II1C0.? PORATED ' . for tht ' Offire of Research and lioaitoring Q, 'S . ENVIR01~IN1'AL PROTFCT7Oid AGENCY . -7 ~~ n t1 t) n 4 a4 7 7
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0 , ;BIOAih'DaLAL- ELECTRONICS. 5W51 0220 Yanof, Howard M Biomedical eiectronics, by Hotrate, M. Yanof. Phi?cdel- phia, F. A. Davis Co. [1( 9G51 361 p. Illus. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Dledlcal electronics. R895.Y3 Library of Congress ~) 0 ~ ~ 1_ ~ 4 9 ' 5 a i. Title. ~ 610.28 65-21881 f ' ''. '~ I7-11
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50251 0195 yTOLU*fINESCEl•°Cr/ FLAVICaOIDS/SAI'OTiI1JI:S/UIFLAVANO7:l,*CO2•fi•L)(',t<1:S/ ERG ~CIIRO~IES/QUASSINOID BITTER PRINCIPLES/ 2<<s~F - FORTSCHRITTE 19731 DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER VZ• 30 = NATURSTOI FE PROGP.ESS IN THE CHEMISTRY ~ OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS . , BEGRCNDET VON - FOUNDED BY t L. ZECIirfE1STER f~ HERAI:SGEGEBEN VOY • EDIIED BY ~ W. HERZ H. GRISGI3ACH G. W. KIRBY } TALLAHASSEE. FLA. FREIBURG i. BR. GLASGOW YERFASSER • AUTHORS ~ M. J. CORMIER • H. FLASCH R. FRANCK • K. HORI • L. JAENICKE W. KELL[:R-SCIIIERLEIN 11. D. LOC}:SLE'i • D. G. 1`1t3LLER = JUDITH POLONSKY • R. TSCIJESCktE • J. E. WAMPI.ER • G. WULFF 1973 WIEN • SI'RINGER-VERLAG • NEW YORK 0' 1 :o 0 'I) lz I ~ ~ 7 0
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50251 0199 i ~'l~i2ttTluiT~gB+_'~ItC~, by E. \e«•ton HarTey iand others. New York, The Academy,19451 327-482 p, illus. 24 cm. (Annals ot the New York Acadewy of Sciences, v. 49, art. 8) "This series of papers is the result of a Conference on Riolumf- nescence he.d by the Section of Bioloey of the New York Acxdeniy of ScIences, N(-vember 8, Diff." Includes )lbliographies. 1. PhosPhorescence. i. Harvey, Fdmund Newton, 15:17- ri. Conference on I3ioluminescence, \ew York, 1940. (Series: New York Academy of Sciences. Annals, .•. 4(1, art. 3. (q, *: (' 1~ I -B -Q11.`~5- vol.49 '~7-(.l14 -{$-'7 ]4" Library of CourrF•s, 1521111 n +~ ~ f3 0n o I' ;~ 41.1
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> 50251 0210 a 13311 j Q Q,11311.Q3 ,~ 574.082 F I Library of Congress I7I Quastler, Henry, ed. Essays on thc ltse of information thai)ry in biology. - As- sociate editors: r.erov Auaenstine iand others, Urbana, University of I1linoi:,1'ress. 1953. 2T3 p. illus. (part co!.) t3 Cm. "Sponsored by the Control Systems Laboratory of the Univers?ty of Illinois, under contract DA-11-022-Ord-7`L 1L1 between the U. S. Army, Navy, and Air Force and the Univers:ty of Illinois:' Includes bibliographtes. 1. Biolosy-Addres.Pz, essays, lectures. 2. Cybernetics. 3. Itio- mafhematics. r. Title. u. Title: Information theory in biology. 53-2470 0 1 n o o r1 .4 5 4 11 .5 '
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50251 0206 BIQMATHEMATICS/ QA 303 De 1978 Calculus , for the Life Sciences I.- Rodolfo De Sapio UNl\'LRSITY OF CALIFORNIA. LOS ANGELES W. H. FREEMAN AND COMPANY San Francisco ~• v ~ 4 ) . ~ 1)
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ACRONYMS/MEDICINE--DICTIONARIES/ 50251 0214 REF Q 123 Du 1978 . I ~ ;: llfJ ~. JACQUES DUPAYRAT. Doctour Ing. Chimisto oi0 0 0 0 io' 48 9 • Y~ ii ~tr9 kia ti VSJ LaL~I ~ LY 1'~ [7 '~ U~ C~qa, T7 V a,, `ull ra In, G2 a E '1'~~~~til~~~~~r ~~a ~~ u /A 10 G 1!1. CD ta ,, Ca El Mri'l 0 D n b U, 5 -
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50251 0222 i . A .~ MF.DICAL ELECTRCNICS/ELECTFOT'ICS--MEnICAL/IiID'•+EDICAL EN(;INI;ERINf;/ ; • ' IJ~STP.il`t1;P'TS--E.ECTT~O*?ICS/ ' Prtnctples o Tr;ANSDtiCFr,S/ ~ 117 Ce . ,A P.~'LIED BIOMEDI CtA L ~ 19'S INS TR UMENTA TI ®N SECOND EDI TION L. A. GEDDES Purdue Univcrsity L. E. BAKER The University of Texas at Austin r, ' & SONS, New'Yojk (jL0otfl• $.ydnly •jTot3nt~~t WILEY•1NTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION ~ - • - - ~-±~ ' ~1 a
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50251 02*9 • r'V.".Mn•- ~..!.•~MC: . ..•..SIL.. _ .. . _ b I? ~_,7a' td'tl c. W. J. Dixon, Series Editor h1 B Brotvn Edit . . , or 1977 Edition E~~~I~,~E~$SI`f° ~~ OF C~"'wLl~'r~~~,~~ A~~~,~~A PRESSSt t~tica/ D~vr~m and o lopment BERK"ELEY - LOS ANGELES • LONDON • 1977 l. Ec.qelman 0 0 (~ 4 9 ~ J. W.~Frane ~ R. I. Jennrich
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~0251 0211 i ..W....,~...W_a...w ~ ,~__ BIOMATHEMATICSIMATHEMATICAL STATISTICS! STATISTICAL ANALYSIS, ~ QA ~ 276 ' St ' 1980 PRINCIPLES AND PROCEDURES ' OF STATISTICS ` A Biometrical Approach : Robert G. D. Steel Yrofessor of Statistics ' North Cailolina State University Second Edition James H. Torrie Late Emeritus Professor of Agronomy . University of Wisconsin McGraw-Hill Book Company New York St. Louis San Francisco Auckland Bogoti Hamburg . Johannesburg London Madrid Mexico Montreal New Delhi Panama Paris Sio Paulo Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto i . r J, . t >>„A i 0 ~0 OOat~4s6
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, 50251 0212 .i J . . .._^..~ ~ _.. 7 7 II NO- S'. le~.d.e`.•tl l Q. ~.~ tpaU.,y ® l i /ANIMAL M DELS FOR P/BEOMEDICAL M RESEARCEt-IV ~L) INSTITUTE OF LABORATORY ANiA1AL RESOURCES v ASSEMBLY OF LIFE SCIENCES NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL (1 ~ ,/NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES ~ Reprinted from 1LAR News, Volume XX, Number 1, 1976 0 0 ()Walingto~, D.Q~ i . • . ~
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50251 0231 ~ TOBACCO--DENSITY/ TOBACCO--RF.SEARCH--UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIA/TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/ 76 VI Un University of Virginia, School of Engineering and Applied Science (Virginia Engineering Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 1977) "$iomedical and Rehabilitation Engineering 1 3;? T7 il o n (j i j :)* n r
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50251 0223 R t$si Kr 1975 BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING/HEPARIN/SILICOI~ES/COLLAGEN/ POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION--CONGRESSE /S BIOMATERIALS FOR ARTITICIAL LUNG MEMBRANES/ r.., POLYMER SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY l me 8 V u o Proceedings o t e o nson & Johnson Symposium held in Morristoy~m, New Jersey POLYMLRS IN MEDICINE AND SURGERY , Edited by 4r,~ °s Richard L. Kronenthal lthkon Inc. lom.nUN, N- .ANtoy Zale Oser ritltnt Gm Di.iNon bNron snd JnAnson New I runnvlak, N.w J.n.y and E. Martin EMon Inc. 1mnwep/., N.w.N-y a• ~~ ~ ~ n n n o PLEtNUM PRESS • NEWYORK AND LONDON A • ' !
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.1 : ; ~• 50251 0224 Ab BIOMEDICAL F.NGINEERING/P.ESPIRATION/LUNGS--PHYSIOLOGY/ ~ LIING BIOLOGY IN HEALiH AND DISEASE, VOL. 3 Claude vi.enfsnt, editor Ser. RC .75G Le 1977 0" F T Is- iE L Uh,"%\] C34 University of California San Diego La Jolla, California n ~ ,, fMARiE.~. D,~KV~ER, INC. New York and Basel ~1 '! +l l ~~ ~a ! J~ r[J`v¢ 1 1 L
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I a i 50251 0230 MEDICAL LITERATUR //MEDICINE--LITERATURE INFORMATION/ INFORMATION STORAG & RETRIEVAL SYSTEMS/ LIBRARIES,--MEDICA / z 699 Wa 1981 ~ ; ~ ~ ; . ~ PRAIE(G1ER , PRAEGER SPECIAL STUDIES • PRAEGER SCIENTIFIC PING WITH THE IORIEDICAL tITERATURE A Primer for the Scientist - and the Clinician Edited by Kenneth S Warren 0 !0 0 n() 1 a5 0 5
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50251 0221 i a R 857 Cr 1980 WIGk EI,EOTRQNICS/ELEGTRONIC APPLIANCE AND APPARATUS/ BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING/ELECTRONICS--MEDICAL/INSTRUMENTS--ELECTf _C: PHYSIOLOGICAL APPARATUS/MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS & APPARATUS/ Biomedical Leslte CromweA Calj/ornia State Univerrity, Los Angeles, Cal(Jornia Instrumentation Fred J. Weibell Viterans Administration a n d 1~'I e a s m e n ts Biomedical Engineering and Computing Centtr Sepulveda. California Second Edition Erich A. Pfetffer Wells Fargo Alarm Servica Trentke-Hdl, Iae., Englewood Gllr[s, New Jerreg 07632 rineering Center wtAorne, Cattlornta ; 01 cl 0n o 1 5 4 9 6
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50251 0237 i MEDICINE--PREVENTIVE/HEALTH CARE/BEHAVIOR AND DIET/ The • Proceedings of the Third International Conference Onffluman Functioning September 14-16, 1979 Century II Convention Center Wichita, Kansas ~ 1980 Biomedical. Synergistics Institute; Iric. ~,. 434 North Oliver Street " Wichita, Kansas 67208
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50251 AN226 AIR--PbLLUTION--HF.ALTH EFFECT/ELECTRIC POWF.R/FUEL/F.NERGY/ II MeAl-76 f1EALTH EFFECTS OF AIR POLLUTiOiJ * S:P. by ~ L. D. HAI^.ILT011 ~~ .Fl4G ~~_ ., t^• 7'• .3iV~~CrII.~,~Tn,L, ~Scti~..oSI.~:JT.'GRbU_~ DEPARTiir,ITS OF A??L_ED SCIENCE A,3D :-iEDICTNE BR00'tat.":VEN NATIONAL Lr BORA'_'0RY ASSOCIATED UNIVERSITIES, Ii:L. UPTOi1, 1•.0-J YORK 11973 under contract no. E(30-1)-16 with•the UNITED STATES iIiERGY R=SEAKCH AND DEVELOP:M\I• ADM l',':IST'ATIC`1 'To be published in the Procecdinss of the Conferer,ce cn Computer Support of Environmental Scier.ce and Analysis Ur~~.tea States :nerLy Research and Developnent Adr~in? str atio:: U 1 0 n f) 0 4 J61y S-41, 11.175 3?JL 207z3 Albuquerque, New Mexico , . -
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50251 0228 Q i 141 Biomed3.ca7. Instii;utior.s-•-Russia-- Un Directories U. S. : i:blia ar:Nlth Sj~rr1 C-? r ':Y.~:i ?~ .~-.,.yn++Vr- ~ .r L1 . 7~,~ j.i .. . .1 :...... trft~t:3 c-, ii~r-.. r..~^., ~ J L~\ ._'~. i' : N a.,i :.Y.a.:ilS by .'~a.: ,.. ~.daz:wi (U. S• ILLJu:•V `Ie!i.ith ~i~.~'064nr ~9titJ4 {..f~ t5j 1965 3I • ~ ~,~4 pages fi.c-, 1 air.;,tcn •' 8 Ci V E~ (J 1r ~ ~ (7 .~
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_ .. . :~;~.> . .,....,..._ i.59 \... , +Id1iu~ Ya~l EL-i i }~ ~ ~ pL'~Er ~ ` 4i k,,~) :~ ~ ~ ' W. J. Dixon, Series Editor t11. B. Gro~}m, Editor 1977 Edition l~~~I~'~'RSI~' ~~ OF CALI~=OR6~6A PRESS Sfaf' ca pgram and evel BERKELEY • LOS ANGELES • LONDON • 1977 n 1 i; 0 0 rI L. fi-igelman J. W. Fra n e '' 4 '~ 3 R. I. Jennrich
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'+ 50251 0234 73_TIT ??el `i1) S.P. S;fli9~pIC1~Li,~t~.~U1.~.isit`ft3S.~E{At£D~~D'PFtOTOVOLTAIC' CONVEI7S:ON OF ULfi~`ENEfi~Y'3'0 'tL£CTRICITY_ LF-65 Category: UC-48 John A. Pickrell Charles H. Hobbs Brian V. Mokler Inhalation Toxicology Research Institute, Lovelace Biomedical and Environmental Research Institute, P. 0. Box 5890, Albuquerque, NM 87115 August 1979 Frepared for the Office of Environmental Research of the Assistd t Secretary for the Environment, U. S. Department of Energy under Contract Number EY-76-C-04-1013. . ~..i. ~ 1
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BERIBERI AND THE COENZYME FUNCTION 0F WITAMIN B1/PASTEUR, Louis/ EASE-OF)/SICKLE CELL ANEMIA/MYELO"1A AND THE STRUCTURE OF~/ANTIBODIES,' GLANDS, DUCTLESS (DIS ~ a R 735 Sw 1978 2 C. TOQF~Y'S ~EE~dC &N E, TOMORROW'S SCENCE ESSAYS ON PATHS OF DISCOVERY IN THE /BIOMED1CAL SCIENCES OHEW Publication No. (NIH) 78-244 ~ US. BEf'Aftfi , N; AAtD-WEL~E JUDITH P. SWAZEY Public Health Service National Institutes of Health AND KAREN REEDS Prepared Under Contract NO1-CO-55315 5025'~ 0235 () I () 0 (), () i J 01 0 for the National Cancer Institute
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i . L SCIENCE/BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING/ INSTRUMENTS & APPARATUS/ PSYCHOPHYSI OLOG ICAL MEASUREMENT OF CO VLrl lT Bt...HI"ti Y lOl ! A Guide for the Laboratory F. J. McGUIGAN University of Louisville Lm LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1979 Hillsdale, New Jersey DISTRIBI'TED BY THE HALSTED PRESS DIYISION OF JOHK WILEY & SONS Ncw York Toronto t.ondon Sydney /' I I%/ .`.J` 50251 0225 PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/."._.._ BEHAVIOR MEDICA R 857 Mc 1979 I i 9 1 (i 0 n fl) I J "j i) n
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50251 0238 1 TK .~ 7870 ria t8Y0=-2tEDTCAL,TEL~.'~MTRY : :; Sens ing ;: and -: TrsrartittingBfological=-Informstton..'froav ~lrtimals:: and -Man:~• :......, ~ .. t~,71iIa111^ *:ii.ai :;nn. 1968 388 paFcs Jr.,i'itl Wi'oey ~ Sun~ Fnc. New i[oYk L~ i) n ~ !1 tl !: ;i 5 0 i
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50251 0227 TS 2240 Be 1980 & TOBACCO--BIBLIOGRAPHY/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ / I'DIOM E.DIIL INFORMm~TIpN .GUIDES ~ w•. a v*r.:rrc.: .-.rr .. . . . . Compikd by Albcrts D. &rton Il.dlc.t Docwwretatio. S..vic., PkA•d.tpAi., P.wuytw+w ,/SMOKING Compiled by ALBERTA D BERTON . H Assl sted by j,~D L ,~,, A xB E T RNICE OAOM REF • TS A Comprehensive Bibliography McdicnlDocumrntotionSrrvicr 2240 Phitadetphia, Prnnryluonia Be IFl/PLE NUM • NEW YOIi.K • WASHINGTON • LONDON n n r~ I a:~ n~?
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50251 0229 ~ R ~ 857 ' Cr 1980 i ~EDIGAl, EL.EQTRQNICS/ELEGTRONIC APPLIANCE AND APPARATUS/ BI0,",EDICAC ENGINEERING/ELECTRONICS--MEDICAL/INSTRUMENTS--ELECTI PHYSIOLOGICAL APPARATUS/MEDICAL INSTRUMENTS & APPARATUS/ 017" W-i I~~~~~,.~IN Leslie Cromwell California Stote University, Los Angeles, Cal(jornia Fred J. Welbell Adminislrotion Y t erans p,W ~.~~~ e ~ 1 j Yt1.Yy1~ ~~~ ~ Biomedical Engineering and Computing Center ~7 as i ai~ il ~„i.lF ~ 14l7„4 Sepulveda, CaljJmnia Second Editlon Erich A. Pteff{er N ells Fargo Alarm ServicYs hentica-Adl, lac., Fajlewood Qir[s, New 7ersey 07632 tineering Center /~ wthorne. Colfforrla ~ I 1.1 tl n (f IS 5 0 4
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50251 0216 QH MICROSCOPE AND MICROSCOPY/ 211 Ii 1976 . /ELECTRON riICROSCOPY/ W-b~l SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPY/1976/II Proceedings of the ti'ORKSHLPS ON BIOLOGICAL APPLICATIONS OF THE SCANNING & SCANNING TRANS2fISSION ELECTRON MICROSCOPE Part V- Advances in vdibmedical Applications of the ScanninR Electron Microscope ; Part VI- Snning Electron Microscopy in Reproductive''FioloEy Part VII-y~l~ nt Sciences Applications of the Scan~ing Electron Microscope Part VIII-~/LooloFical Applications of the Scanning Electron ?ficroscope April 5-9, 1976 edited by Om Johari & Robert P. Becker Sponsored by IIT RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Chicago, Ill. Sessions held at Four Seasons Sheraton Hotel, Toronto, Canada 0 1() 0 (1 (1 1 S 4 9 1
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50251 0244 ; Qll 271 Fiomedicine--Gas chromatogM,hic ar.a7.ysis. bz _..; . . t+~.a ^L'.JAI:a:L t3l.'il.:,~i:illaJau OT' F-t-a:=s t;ow York ~~..r,,..,. e
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50251 0247 . (1966) Biomedicine--Terminology Ab Sc},u3ti:: y CI3i-,:e K. C':;F.::':T . _.~ I~NJLL!~: 3'i; B:O- vr L' : .~il i !...r ~. .) -~ ~1 .)
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50251 0217 ~ ~~' 1 .1~1r-c . E 5 ~, --. . .. ~ ' f`'~..........._.---' The SUNY Bio.wedical C'ol:nmuaicatioli Network: Six Years of -.• ~ P'rof;ress in «~~-1JESfe I:~ir~l~ocyra;)I2ic f~eiF•icuil ABSTRACT Thc Sl)1\'Y Hiomedi.al Communication i',etllork h~nan.r nr~rr•~/inn~l in iQGS; •,: /6,. fircI nn.Cnn I3Y JANt:•r Fcr:t ,tNu, !)irccla• SUN)' hiomedical Conmirmicaliori Netlrork Stnte Universitt, of Nelr York Alhnn y, New York and programmers beean work on system design. Progranuning wac completed and pilot testirg performed during 1967 ;and 1968. 7 U 1 0 0 0 tl i ~1, 9. 2
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50251 0251 Hopkins, J. W. LABO. TO.T?'Y FLAVC:; SCCI?Zt\'G: Ti•:C EXPERIKEid".S IN INCCI'PLETB' BLOCKS. Bioeeetric-SoeiAty: L (Ro. 1) 1-21 (March 1953). Reprint fror.: Biometrics The Biometric Society 2 (No. 1) 1-21 (March 1953). 0 ~ Reprint .,.:.__., ( '• n (1 ~3 ~ ~ ~ f? (i
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*251 0254 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/t-fEDICAL STATISTICS/RIOMETRY/ WILEY SERIES IN PRORABILITY AND P1ETIiE`GITICAL STATISTICS/ QA 276 Du 1977 BASIC STATISTICS: A PRIMER FOR THE BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES Second Edition OLIVE JEAN DUNN Professor of Biostatistics School of Public Health University of California, Los Angeles John NYilcy & Sons, New York . London . Sydney . Toronto . IL t~ 1:i ~~ 0 0
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50251 0253 ~ „. A wIn ~' 276 D Flionetzy, Dahlberg, Gunnar, 1893- Statistical methods for medical and biological students, by -"Gunnar Dahlberg ... London, G. Allen & Unwin ltd. t1Wa 3 p. 1., t91-232 p. 1 illus., diagrs. 223 cm. "First published in 1fl"10." "Acknowledgments" (bibllograPhical) : verso of 3d prelim. leSf. 1. Statlstles-lTerms and methods, 2. Diedlcal statlst(ra. 8. Biom- etry. i. Title. • Agr 41-231 II. S. Dept. of Agr. Ltbr. 1 251D13 for Library of Congress ) RA409.D3 .~ ta49p21 f " 614.1 i
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Bicx,etzy. 50251 07i5 Q.A Fisher, Ronald Aylmer, 1890- 276 The design of expsriments, by R. A. Fisher ... 3d ed. F Edinburgh, Lonaon. Oliver and Boyd ltd., 1942. xi, 23(3 p. fncl. tables, diagrs. 23 cm. Bibliography at end of each chapter. 0 ,: 1. Stat!atics. 2. Biometry. z. Title. ,f11*, 43-16571 Library of Congress ~) HA29.F48 1942 1 t47k11 311
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50251 0246 1 riantsdtci.ne---Rescarch i A.-.mCZ., P.Wo.ISLM A• oL ..~e. ~_._.~ . a . i.:. I~c3 ~.t tihc , ~Ir.•-~6~.n.nt.. .u y s<. ~a. . ~~~ , I`iaw a.va ~~+• .... ~ 1 .p. ~.... .. . ~...,. ~......~.... .........~... .... .. .....-.~._...... ?-;;6,~ 452 V. a u D^upZs of Cr'.''~.."~,.iiZL ~1Li~i13~11.lJa4~3~ D. C. 0 9
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e - ~ 5025 II Bio<nedi.cine--Research. i 1 0245 ,~ Ce 14 Y Otnter;.fqir:IAfqrtnation. Itesonrces;-• Zric..., WHO'S DOING 6'HAT IN' BIOMEDICINE. 1965 .. . .131 .p. Center for Information Resources.,_Inc,. Washingto ~ n a C1 1~ t (1 n~l ~` ~~? f3
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50251 0258 B,;.c.n.etry. ~ t QA Mather, Kennett:. ~~ x76 Statistical analysis in biology ... 2d ed., rev, and enl. M New York, Interscience publishers 11947] 2(i7 p. illus. 24 cm. 1. Riometry. 2. Statistics. Opt ~..'?(p N "I-- . Died 47-2601 U. S. Army Medical Libi ~ FHA..2311427s 19471 for Library of Congress ' (49n3j n
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Ak 50251 0243 • 1 QP 88 N e 1966 BIOMEDICINE/BODY FLUIDS/tIYDROGEN ION CONCTsNTRATION/ ANNALS OF THE(NEW YORK ACADEMY OF~SCIENCES) VOLUME 133, ART. 1 HAROLD E. WHIPYLE PAGES 1-274 Apri11,1966 Editor / Managing Editor HURD HUTCHINS CURRENT CONCEPTS Or~ACID-BASE MEASUREMENT* Consulting Ed itor GABRIEL G. NAHAS 1, t J I- T,) 0 n o , ,. ..~ :~ Honorary Con jerence Cha irmen DONARD D. VAN SLYKE ta I
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50251 0257 CS Ct n, t- .i ': " D1C).utt Ab Iiempthorne, Oscar, ed. Statistics and mathomntics in biology, edited by Ozcar Isempthorne (and othersj Ames, Iowa State Coliege Pre_s t19541 Ix, 632 p. nlus. 24 cm. Papers presented nt the biostatistics conference held at Iowa State Collere In June and Jnly, 1932. Biblioaraphy: p. 573-614. 1. Mathematical statistics. 2. Biology. i. Tftle. QA2 7 G.K3 311.2 • 54-93 7 G Library of Congress ~ - t55m7]
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QA 276 R Bicmet:v. A 50251 0259 Rao, Calyampudi Radhakrlshna. Advanced statistical r.lethods in biometric research. New York, Wiley E19521 n 890 p. illus. 24 cm. (Wiley publications in statistics) 1. Mathematical statistlcs. 2. Biometry. z. ^_'ttle, Q,A276.R3 ~ *591.9 311.2 52-5325 j ~ Library of Congress 120, -...-.~...~....,,,~.~ _, i J ~1 CI i 1 t !;, ,~ •ct ~
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I I Me -81 0251 0261 5 5 Compliance;giomonitoring Inspection Manual MCD_62 , --~--^ --,~ - S.P. V~n.e Sut.. ON,a et W.er Enbrsm.nt Oape.r 19~ Env~.onmenta Rarceon En~ororment Dnrst ~on Apsncy W..hrnyton, DC ?D180 :-.EPA' Interim NPDES a o f :.1 o n o i , J -,) .~ 6
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50251 0236 , ~ U. SI~'N~ :l'ctio~e~~ L:Lrarl~ of ?lecfici~te. tiioniedical serials, 19aG-1JG0, a selective list of serials in the National Library of Medicine. Compiled by Lela I1L Spanier. Washington, 1962. vit. ;"r03 p. 0-3 cm. QII. S., Public Health Service. Publication no. 910) 1. Med[cine-Period.-BibL 2. Biology-Per[od.-BlbL z. Spanter, Lela ~L, comp. ii. Title. (Series) Z6G60.U52 ~ . 016.6105 62-61276 Library of Congress ,I 0 ! E7 E0 n, C; i - j :; I
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50251 0260 QA 276 $ . i --•.,..,.. Bianetry. i Snedecor, George Waddel, 1881- Statistical methods applied to experiment.s in agriculture and biolo~y, by George «'. Snedecor ... Ames, Ia., The Collegiate press, inc., 1946. Xvi, 48.`i p. lncl. tables, diagrs. .^.3} cm. "A book of the Iowa state college press." "Fourth edition." "References" at end of each chapter. 1. Statistics. 2. Agriculture-Stat. 3. Iliology-Stat. i. Title. HA29.S63 1946 311.2 A 4Fi--890 Iowa. State Cell. Libr. J for Library of Conrress i52021t a
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i 1251 0232 XI CO -81 S.P. 1 r 41SSELLvOSS;lflNIV. OF WASHINGTON/DR. STANLfY B.+~PRUSINER, UF.IV. CALIF.(San Francisco)/ fit aSANUDIEGO/DRSA JOSEPH NrPOST:vNEW YORK UNIV. MEDICAL SCHQ1 KENNETNyF7~FSERN~IV'i CAL ~RORNIACH CLIFFORDvBARGJrft & EDGftR-fiABER;viiARVARD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL/ / Dg.DONALD~R vC00 R:/MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA/ . FRANZs'MATSCHINSKY THEODORE RUCK; LEANOR ROOSEVELT CANCER CENTER, DENVER 1NIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL Management Adviso}~ (Special suppl) 2 (19) Oct. 16, 1981 RJR S PPORT OFVBIOMEDICAL RESEARCH DR. FREDERIG K'SEITZ: ~tiTHONY~ERAMI;yROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY/ GRANTS/ 4QWMN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICIN (WAKE FOREST UNIV.1 tTHDMAS B.s'CLAR SQN SCHOOL t I Editora Note: Durinp the pest live years, R.J. Reyrr•-. Major Areas of Support. oldslndustries,lnc.hascontributedorcommittedmon than:?2.8 million to 13 leedinD U.S. medical researcA TM group of major degenerative diseases beinp institutions in an e/lort to promote the understanding ol - Investigated at present within the grants program !s as: human degenerative diseases fotlows The following report was presented Sept 16 to the - • High blood pressure, particutarly as IMluenced by " Contributions Committee of the board of directors of the complex biochemical (hormonal) interactions be- R.J. Reynolds Jndustries by Dr. fr,_ederick4e,/~L former tween kidneys, heart and tungs president ol The Rocke/eller Univeraity an3lor six years • Meriosclerosia, president of the National Academy of Sc/ences. Dr. • Lung disease and Seitz, RJR's biomedical research consultant, explains . e Canqr• the scope and direction of the RJR Pro8rarn. Immuno/ogicat irrepularity. o n n o t a i; 0 7 • Adutt diabetes. • The effects of diet and stress upon health. ^= ~-- -. • Delayed inf.ectious diseases of the aged.
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2 J 5;.3-c:nce Vol. 181, tacvi . :.W3 CUtqrnr=hlT 50251 0233 " , St!htetriber 7, 1973 P. j'i?1-915 By BAI`.BARA J. CULLITOPl r One of the features of the nationll wars on cancer and heart discase that is supposed to set tlrem apart from other cficuts to conquer diicasc is that these arc bein.- very carefully planned. The implication seems to be that c.an- cer and heart disease havc not been wipzd out before now bccau.c there has been no national plan of attack. I-'rom the beginning, there has been considerable disagrccment within the Anticipating the law, the cancer peo- ple began their plan in 1970. Now, 3 ycars later, it remains only par- tially complete. The summary reports of the director and the National Cancer Advisory Board are in, as are the scientific volumes. But the "opera- tional" plan, which will tell how the cancer program wili run, has yet to be finished. The heart plan was put to- gethcr in less than a year. scientific community about whether unncdiccd-such as patient reh;:hiSita- tiort---anJ makes a firm promisc that, as s result of the natioaal cr-usadc agacrast cancer, the very best of existing tliera,pics will be made available to ali of 1}Sw people. It has a reassuring tone to k ahd gives the impression that. somahing, is happening. ' Ack:nowled, inS criticism that the empf.rasis on cancer is draining re- sour¢,r; from other areas of rescarch, Rauscher points out that "Just as re- .searcli seemingly unrelated to cancer can rcsult in knowtedge,vital to the cance•tt effort, the converse is equally valid-" JJis report highlights the major areas. of cancer research, including cell biology, virology, and immunology. Epid=io1: ;y is said to be important, as is Wnrk to identify chemical carcino- gens- It says we need improved niethod, of.di_sT-arosin; cancer_early and re,, ~. . . .- -ett ~.~_-_... E: {••- e~ l 1
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50251 0265 0 1 :I o n () II BI4NICSi`A' NEW SGIENCE,-LIx?KS At.:IiATURE`>S', Th S~iCbtETS ~ .1 fS C.`S:~ •'• ~ L~ YJCY ~ Y /w1 St >.r~`.+~'n (Jc~uary 1964) O ~ ~i*_(l?
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50251' 0241 c (IA ~} ~-. . . ~ ~ , Proceedings of the ~ Parl I iApril 27-29,1971) JOURTH ANHUAL SCANNIlrG EIECTRON f,1ICROSCOPE SYtAPOSIU61 ond Parl II (April 30, 1971; ti4'ORf;SH(?i' ON F'.1QEI;SiC APPIICATIONS OF THE f''" SChf;NINC EIECT{;OP1 M11Cf OSCOPE l~ ~ L! Part I Sponsored by 1IT RESEARCH INSTITUTE „) fa+f It 6 Stonxnred ty the I<=TICNl,L {NSTITUTE CF LAW ENFORCENERT AND U:INtt:AL J1)STICE 11f•'A, U.S. Gt7ARTNENT CF JUSTfCE), fdU 11T t'EStrti n INS!IIUIL '
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00251 0240 LTQUIT CIiR0MAT0CR 14J'IiIC ~,:~'ALYS IS•--L;QUID CHRri•fA?GGRr,? i il / fiA?)IO~ISOTOFES--A:dAI°TLiAL :_PPLICATIONS/ BTONEDiCIN€/ EIvZYNES--CHP.%LaTG+,P.APtiY/EIOLQGICA:. _CHEMZSTF:f --AYALYSIS/ QD 271 D- 1973 I 3 C• HIGH PRESSURE LIQUID C., L ' Ili o ! `ir i A! TOGRt'i. P,~c~A. Y Qiochemical r~nd i3iomed I Applications PNYLLIS R. BXO WN Dr,wrmrnt oJRiarM_.rl=! Pharmceoloay Dfriaiort of Blologieal ond Medical S•irncat Browe Uninrrity [ Proride". Rbdt blond Aeolor-4'+k' I :KF.S.S 1973 11'ew York and Lortdon ZK, ii)irN3~:ELD ~--1:Jr&vu 7 - e i 1 i 0 /) (1, 1 J ..) I r?
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50251 0256 ;~ .1 r Biou.etry. i QA Fisher, Ronaiu Ayllner, 1590- 276 Statistical methods for research workers, by R. A. Fisher ... F 9th ed., rev, and eal. I:dinburgh, London, Oliver and Boyd a 1td.,1S14-1. ,/,S"~? /j?*a-L e~djac 2 p. 1., vii-zv, 350 p. diagrs. 23`°. (HaIJ-ttlle: Blolol;ical monographs and manuals. General editor, F. A. E. Crew ... No. v) "Sources used for data and methods": p. 332-335. BlLliography of the author's works : p. 337-340. 0 l. Statistics. 2. Biometry. i. Title. HA29.F5 1944 311.2 47-1a0:; Library of Conoress 'Cl
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50251 0267 ti~ . .. . . .._ _,_....._ ..._ _ . _-- ...y. RNLY.MFS--'°fF.CNANTS~fR/AT•KANI:S/T:STERS/AMIDES/LIPOXYGIiNASE RF.ACTTONS7 OLF.FINS/AMINE CATALYSIS/CATALYSIS, T;IOLOGTCAL/FATTY ACID SYNTIII:TASFr oP 514 Ta 1977 i'-B1OOBGAN1c::-cHEMis-TBY - f;ditc-cl hY E. E. van Tamelen Ikpartment of Chemistrv Stanford Univer.ity StanfurJ. Califurnia Volume I f NZYME ACTION I A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry: An International Journal n n 2 . Edited by E. E. van Tamelen ACAUI:A11C PRESS new Yurk San Francisco I_unclun 1977 - - ---A
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50251 0248 CEI,L MF,~1$RANTS/CI;LLS--Ft'E`zONATTO'r/T~'.'j7``TiF5-°A1IIT-{Jso7 ~; nn1 /YEAS1'/ .,.:: .._ ' +.. r.~.-w~ - w.rr..ra ~. . .t.l.":...., ~..w.....~....... _ .. ~ I ML;TI IODS IN ]ENIZY:1-1OLJGY aDt ro;;s-th-cHIr:t7 Sidney P. Colowick Nathan 0. Kaplan ACAUP,MiC PRESS New Yorl; Sa:l Francisco London 1974 A Subsid'ury of Harcourt Brate Jovar.ovich, Publishen QP Part A EDITED BY Sidatcy Flcisclrcr DLPART-tI:NT OI° MOLLCUTAR RIOLOGY VANDLROILT UNIVLRSI7Y. NASfIVILLE, TENNI`SiEE l,r.slcr 1'ackcr DFPARTAIENT OF PHYSIOLOGY-ANATObiY UNIVLRSITY OF CALIFORNIA. BLRI;LI.FY. CALIFOR-NU
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50251 0252 1 ~ti ~. . f1:3ioruc~triKS.`tabiee= forrststisltiaian~, Pearson, Egoll Sharpe, 1895-- erl. Biometrika tables for statisticians, edited by E. S. Pear- son flnd II. U. Il;utley. Cambridge jI:n-.; Published for the Rionletrila Trustees at the TJni•: ersit r I'ress, 1;15I- / v. dia.m., tables. MJ cm. Revision of tables for statisticians and biometricians, editCd by Karl Pearson. Iiibliograhhs : v. 1, p. U8-100. 1. Diathematlcal statistics-Tables, etc. i. Pearson, Karl, 1837- 1936, ed. Tables for statisticians and biometricians. u. Hartley, II. 0., joint ed. ui. Title. QA2i 6.P33 A 54-7566 A'orth Carolina. Univ. I Library for Library of Congress ~ y [55k10lt ~) ~ i) (1 fl f1 ~ .~ a
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i 50251 0249.1i, CYTf1(`HRnME P-45r),/Hr"•*nPROTF.TwI SYSTf•.'uS/HF*mCT,()RTR' PORP1tY?IN : TIn`;/ METIIF,h!nC;i,f1RIV ~FntirTTn~J SYRTi°4 OF F,R`,'Tilnn('YTFS/ ' { . CATALASES AND ER(1XTD1!SF.S/(' Li1TATHIONI!vTr PEROXP)ASE & 2YDROPF.ROXIP.F.S/ QP 601 Co 1978-fZ Methods in Etizytnology k Volume LII )L7 Stdnr- P. ('.nirn~ Nathan f1. Kanl.an -~`~ t~~~ ~ lYl~ ` . . • ~".j- _ '!, S r •.. ,~ ,.::,., j. ~ 11 G''~.~g:w:, calcxtica~t~.,~~~~~. ; , 4;'~, ~'ui~~t, Other ,' US~~n'~~r~t c~j~~ ~r ~.Hei»ciprolerci S~s~~fii"~,~ H EDITED BY ACADEMIC PRESS New Yorl. A SubsiJiary of Iiarcourt 01. o~~ ~ ~. 1 f1 ~ ~~ t7 i Sidney Fleisclrer Lesler Packer MFMi1RAN[i 111OICNIiKCi1.rICS liROll' '3 UNIVF.R`1Y OI'i ALIf,ORN A,IOGR'i:l:1 ! Y,~CALIFORNIA SERIES nTTORS; a ~
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50251 A268 . -- ----- --------- ---_ .~-~-----~-~-____. - -- -- - ~ - - --- ~ CHFMISTRY, ORGANIC, VOL. I--IV/RIOLOGTCAL CHEMISTRY, VOL. I--IV/ SESfjUITERPENES/STF.ROTDS(tdithanolides)/PIPERTDTNE ALX.ALOTDS/I*1DOLE ALKALOIDS/ PYRIDTNF.--ALKALOTDS--RTnSYNTHESIS/ALAKLOInS--RIOSYNTHF.STS/AMI?.0 ACTDS--RTnCHR71tIST ' ' _. . .. . ! CARBANIONS/FATTY ACInS/A*tINO ACIDS--SYNTHf;STS/ VITAMIN D/PYRTMIDINES/ISOQUTNOLINE ALKALOTDS/ "BIOORGANlC 'CH EMlSTRY.- 1 QP 514 Ta 1978 Edited I y E. E. van ,amelen Department of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford. California /SUBSTRATE BEHAVIOR A treatise to supplement Rioorganic Chemistry An International Journal 0 I iJ 0 R-, Edited Gy \ E. E. van Tamelen CAI)I?W.C PRt:SS Ncw York San Francisco London 1978 I Volume II r 0
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50251 0275 13iophysical chemistry iby, John T. Rdsall tlncij .Te!."ries Wynlan. New York, Academic Press,1J58- v. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. 2. Biological cbemistry. 8. Biological physics. i. Wyman, Jeff'rles, 1901- joint author. u. Title. QD453.E35 Library of Congress n 541 1251 53-5714 j ,...-r.~-... - ~ _.,.,r.. c ~ f r) n n (.) i J a :1 . .505 ;.... ,., i E Es3sa11, John Tileston, 100.-
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50251 ~ •. Ref. t i r i,` Di ~ oriea r .ao~ne r c ~oc ., ~y- ea. . . lsv...n ~i..-...... ....... ..._...,_.:i .t(.-.., . ..- ....»'.1 ,. ..-~ . . . . .~.. ~ ..... . ... . .. _... .. . .,.`•~..it .... . Po 0 ~1 1 tl n n
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~/t3 ~.3 I rLe i.J I~wtl~. ii(/7 iNs~ 700! , evJ 'ew ~~ ~J_ - N - Y [/ ~ ..- Of -~ irna~%.~r,f! - A ~~, ~ / TNE ' ~CF,l~OtCGY ~~SSCSSEI~Ef1T N~~ ~ ~=~ Contract No.: 26 Contract Sponsor: OST Project No.: 1310 ~ ~ . r'JUNE 1971) ETOS I WASNING70N OPNAIN L9CTIIODCtOGY Oistributed by: F~7 'T'~'" '~ ~ ~ ~~ ~lJyousel TecA~nicel Inl,ojr,.aGOn~Ser,nJce ~OEPARTh;ENTOF CC515+EP.CE f ~F •~+ q f Sprintfeld. Virtinia 21151 (~Er~t~~l~cf~~., ; MTR-6009 OYID N. RUBIN I / . '431 . Volume 4
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50251 0278 . S ' Ref. Iiio2hysics Ab 0 ; 123 fta T{E WND900K or BIOCHEM1g7RY AND i3TOPHYSTCS) edited by H. C. Dar.mi P. K,, t3esch, and ` A. .3. 1966 736 pages The World publishing Co. Cyeveland }N • :VY . . . . ... . ~Gr-r .. . , . . 7.. 7~ -" e
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50251 0281 ~ QD Biophysics--Information sourcAu. ~~5 ~~ Ls 8ottle, R. r. (ed. ) THE USE oF B10LQ46CAL LITERATURE, edited by R. 7. Dott7,ee and H. V, Wyatt. 1966 286 p, : Butteruorihs Londott 4 ~ t1 t i
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:; QC ~ 311 i al a s. Biophysics. '+50251 0279 Ratchalsky, Aharon. A'onequilibrium thermodynamics in biophysics ~byt A. I'iatchnlsky jandj Peter F. Curran. Cambridge, Harvard University Press, 1965. x, 248 p. illus. 24 cm. (Rarrnrd books in biopbysics, no. 1) "References" : p. i2391-244. 1. Thermodynamlc3. i. Curran, Peter F., joint author. u. Title. (Series) QC311.I:33 536.7 • 65-22U45 Library,of Congress \~,/ I7 1) a ~ ~ t3 0 n C -:1
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MANAGEMENT/ ACS AUDIO COURSES/ HD 69 Am 1977 PDDL 50251 0263 i CREATIVE THINKING/ . A c~'hE~d •'°~G'C.~~~G:a~~ D~~G:a~~D r~, i; ~.~.~ l 1, li ~ f'(~;1'~"1 . r -~ . ~ ~'~F C~p ~h~y3h~~ , 1977, The ~merican Chemical Society ~~ r,ia ~o ~ a ~ Cs-~L I:t„~~ t~sa Package includes: t 6 cassette tapes; above,ti.tle; ~nge~ae:, •.~ io31d~ booklet entitled, "THE tCREATIVE PROCESS, by' ~ . f? 1 0 0 n (3 ! I') S)• 3 s a
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50251 0276 Biol,*sicei researcti rr,ethod4i QH Uber, Fred :iiurray, 1005- ed. 505 Biophysica] research methods, prepared by a group of U specialists. New York, Interscience Publishers i1950j fa, 667 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Biological physics-Research. QI-I505.U2 /- 574.0153 50-G333 ~ Library of Congress ~ I 52z7 j U t i) 0 Ct o '_6 ~ 5
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73XBP-. RomburBer, F.; TOBACCO--SMOKL--rh`j'?1.L.P.TIO.: / Dernfcld, P. INHALATION STUDIES WITH CIGARETTF SMOKE ~ A Technical Bulletin on methods used by f o-~F~e~ s a:xde:hf.~.p.~ }~~tant s,~w wlaat~~u- M 9 Commercial Avenue Cambridge, Mass. 0Z141 ~ (617) 864- 873 5 o i () o n n 1 0, ; ; i0251 0284
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C~. i:h..--j;";,Ur:/CstN :.%.Z..--C'1'.LLS/CSN; -l!:lii+)LO :Y/CrsNCt;t:-1'I,ANTS/'_'J..At:'1S--TliMOiS; RC 261 Be ~ ~, fd 3 50251 0191 :1 CC?M?'RrI-iEIdSIVL TREATISE V t~~~~~-~°~~'~~f:~~~~_~, FRELIEP,IC-~ F. BrCriEx, EDI'T(_)R ~;~mj~~ai~~~ New York University School of Medicine ^'f PLENUIM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONT)()1\T Librat y of ;:ongr'css Catalogin(m in Publication Data 8eckcr, Frederick F Biology of twnors. (L'is Cancer, a comprehensive treatise; v. 4) Incl:id^_s bibliographies and index. 1. Caacer cells. 2. Cancer-lmrnunologic:~3 aspects. 3. C)ncologv. E:xpcrimental. 4. 'I'usnors, Pla.nt..l, Title. [DNLM: 1. Neoplasms. _200 C2143] ,~.~...~,~~.,~,.,:~y,.. .~...~.-~.,.. ~?C261.B42 vol. 4 [P.C2621 616.9'94'008s 75-28176 .SL~N 0-306-35M}-4 (v, 11) [616.9'9V07) ~---~; -1}- - ~.'-- ~~-=-~- ~---~---~, !a qF
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50251 0271 . ,€1943.:`:TtIItOUGk-D&Cmm 4aivercity 6f CatafG2"riiiS. LxWrcuco Rcdig-.ioa 1.abarAtary, Ec_g1:a1ay, Ft~4-C ~C ::31C C:I:M:1a. A-M: i,iM REP40:T i7i..CLc: AGR 1953 tY3.CyJ~J3a LiVi(.2.LG.A 1964. (At=ic Ener-jy Cvamaitrion Ccatract i;o. R•7405-eu,-4~D) 1965 33 p. Berkeleq ~ . . . . . . ._ . --.... .. ., ' , . . .-~-R-"--.~+~a?.•e.. .. --.r......+.-.~e~.--+~+.^ ~.. ~ (? . I ;l 0 0 ~l ' 1 -5 S 4 6
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50251 0285 CANADA--DIRECTORIES/UNIVERSITIES AND COLLE%'JES--DIRECTORIES/BIOLOGY/ DIRECTORIES--U. S./ REF Q 145 Cr 1975 AIBS DIRECTORY OF ® CPT@~iq,~ IN THE UNITED STATES 0 1 l~ND ~ANA[~A PETER GRAY Andrey Avinoff Professor University of Pittsburgh ISECONDJEfl _ --Hutchin~o;l
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50251 0272 0 l9 8 ;81 V Fe , 4 ~ 0 7 Bio-Organic--Mcchanismm f~nf ~' ~ Che moreception 453110105 ! - - . - . © Lloyd N. Ferguson California State University-Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 90032 -. cancer drugs such as adriamycin and the antihacterial acridine Guest molecules react with the normal biological constit- uents in at least six ways: (1) covalent bond formation, such as that done by the alkylating anticancer drugs and the car- cinogenic aromatic hydrocarbons; (2) chelation (1), the way in which dithiols interact in the treatment of heavy metal poisoning; (3) intercalation, the way proposed for certain empirical correlations; and (6) chemoreception, the topic of drugs; (4) antimetabolite action, which is really more than a reaction, being the therapeutic process exhibited by the an- tibacterial sulfa drugs and some of the anticancer drugs such as 5-fluorouracy l and mRthotrexate; (S charge-transfer c1+mj&xiuQ fott.tlvhicb most eviaenclys c' cumstanl,ial, i.e., scyamine is 15-20 times as potent a myd scyamine. These differences may be accounted fo Differences in distribution, owing to diffe isomer formation along the route to the re~ reospecific interaction with the recej)tor s bilities. In the latter case, there are at lea: points between the active isomer and the re< of these is missing for the inactive isomer. A' this article. ' - /Q T ' ' , r", - I V,
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t I 50251 0269 . .Jllll~ MEbfBRANES/LiP DS--RT(N;HT:'~tISTRY/ANTTRTnTIf:S/*IITCLFTC ACInS/PT:pTTDFS/ POLYMERS OF~111~tTN0 Af:IDS/RF.NL (a)PYRENF./NUCLEOSIDES/DNA, SYNTNFSIS/ ANTITUMOR ANTIBIOTICS/ MACROMr)LF.CTJLAR SYSTEMS/ Ta 1977 : Edited b% ~ E. E. van Tamelen Department of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford. California I ,i I BI00RGANIC: C-HEMISTRYX Volume III MACRO- AND MULTIMOLECULAR SYSTEMS A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry: An International Journal Edited by E. E. van Tamelen (1; 1 , ,) n n cj , F AGAD,VWle PRESS New York San Francisco London 1977 ~ ~. A Srtl,.ciJiurs nl'llnrruur! Brau•r Juruiwrit•!t, 1'uhliNlrrrx t ~ . _ '. - ,
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C) C-4 ~ ~ 50251 0262 i " ~~._. .. :. II Me -`I9 S FI\'A~m1ta0D TO,aC1;SCRr S. P. JU'y 1978 . CDl•'.ti.RD S. ;LF:?JL1: I .~..+ L`1.- .C :I`;SG` i:. Y .1f;L ~'. jr rRE:•:iCi:L S1'STL?!j LAILO::.i1C"Y U.S. A}:.'•fY AC:."tN; :.`;T R1;SF, t;C!i :::;J Dct''r,LOr^Hrr.`;T C0':.`1;;';0 ABL'Ec')i:.?+ F1t0VING CeOi;:.7, :47 210~0 \ The final •e,oal of the Army's G:.ter pollution :bcz e:::e: ; proSra-m is to protect aqu:!:ic plants and ar.iu.a1s by r.a:a:•i.^.ins condicions favorable to life in the nation's s:atcrwa.y; . c Li~iv ~. • ~k ii: .YeS G~Onii01'lnj; 1'lnj; lilf•::L t..a,t..a , , iuva't i,L .'vin :iui .ii1L teristics of water, pollution is essentially a biolri~ica: prc::1e.:, in that its primary effects arc on livin; things. Therefore, It is appropriate to neasure the succoss or failure of a pollutian cer_rel systrm by ronitorin,^, the responses of aquatic plants or a;:i°.:+ls to the treated wastewater. Bi^1ogica1 monitoring, or bie-onitcr;r;, of a treated effluent or waste strtam thus provides the u1ti.:aate c~va lu- atlon of pollution abatement. Lerislators rocornizrd the for such mo1liLOring uy rcquirin.^, in Public Law 92-SO'.`. (1972) t1~,at bioronitorinr be co: juctcd on all waste discharges. A systcrn i,nnc, being Lvstcd at j;.i.lior.t Ar::y :'?anL it e n I il 0r) o i J J.~ ?
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50251 0239 Z i~,i i, '1'~l..,"7V1;'; .y ~ 6751~r, .;r:cn r.ztl*~:cu:~L CI:~:~: - -i;13:. b1U:t~,^4I3TxTf1 'LyJ1J~.h 3IC+LTJi;i3'ciiif _ • . 13n1tja; .. , . . .I - t .. .tj., . . TILT USE OF • .. . ;. . _.. . ::. . . I3ZOIJOGICA.L I,ITEP.ATURr LDITORS . ~` Tt: T. I3o'tle, I3.Sc.. Py.D.. F.R.I.C.. 1+f.I•Inf.Sc. I ;' ' -••Lcdurcr in 1'i ys;cc! G,ornu:ry. Uoiccrtify o( Srad/ord l r ~ /1RCI3U. BOOKS ~ . ` ,1.N['OfLrf,*,T[oN SOURCFS . FOR I.[S[:ARC1[ A•\D UEVELOPMENT , IL V. lYyali, I3~c., P ~.I)., FLBioL : l:.cdar !n dliaubiol,y L'i.;rarli:y o/ BradJord ~ _ A series under the Geacral F.ditorship of R. T. Dottlo, B.Sc., Ph.D, h.F..I.C., M•I•Iof.Sc. and D• J. Foskett. MA., F.L.A.-• .._._ - _ __. , ..... ~-... ,.:-_ ~ 0 0 n
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i 50251 0283 M:T:.'P'.I1°,LS F02% IL'ia-~YCk'L4iiGE, GEL YI:L't-v.TlCY, At;SnRUTIGN YF.ICu LIST 56 Pages Bio-fiact Lsboratories kic6mond, CzUfornia ~.a
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50251 0270 •• _ \ . i PHOTOSYNTHESIS/PHOSPIIORYLATInN/IIFi*TF: PROTEINS/ESCHERICHIA COLIGCYTOCHROrtE C/ THIAMIN'/VITAMIN Bt /CYTOKININS/REnDY CHE*tISTRY OF 1,4-nI11YDR(u,{-.ICOTI'JIC ACTD DERIVATIVT:S/STEROID'I.HORAt(1NES/PORpHYRIN/PEPTIDYL TRANSFER4SET TRANSITION METAL IONS, REACTION 14ITH AMINO ACIDS,hOLIGOPRPTIDT;S/ NICOTINAMIDE, DIIIYDRO-/ • QP 514 . Ta 197R *B 1'E )-:, ~ ~~14~TR% Edired by ~. ~. van Tamelen Dcpartnient of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford, California Volume IV ELECTRON TRANSFER AND ENERGY CONVERSION; COFACTORS; PROBES , A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry: 0 () (1 () I ;j 5 f Ar% International Journal w-dn-",.. Edited by E. E. van Tamelen I r__ ; e
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r 50251 02934b STATISTICAL ANAT.YSIS/'fEDICAL STATISTICS/ RA ` 409 , Le 1978 r. I A REVIEW OF i A Program for Selt-Instruction Second Edition .t Paul E. Leaverton, Ph.D. Associate Director for Research, National Center for Health Statistics; formerly Professor of Biostatistics, University of Iowa College of Medicine Little, ~ ~ Brown (jl ~ S and Company, t7 o Boston I a
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50251 0287 . 76 I Bi Uop-olea~cos:-_Xn£ormation. _Service~ THE BIOSIS CATALOG OFFINFOR.*4ATION SERVICES FOR THE LIFE SCIENCES. U fi~ ~~) o n(," i t_~ ZS' ~ ~ 2
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76 I Bi Biosciences Information Service THE,BYOSiS;•,CATALOG OF 1INFORMATION SERVICES ,TOR;,THF,: LIfE ,.SCIFNCESs W-- ..r 0 i I: i 0 ~l () I =') IS t) 6
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QD 421 r.o BIOSYNTRESE nEe. ALXAt,oJAB Aib :-;othes, K. BIOSi.vilii;SB Dit; ALKALOIDE (Biosyntheyia of bZicRlniec), by K. Vi:+ilir.s f:ctci ii. R. Jchli{:f:E1 i 1959 730 PageF VEB Deatschor Verlag Berlin c'+or Wisccaechaf ten ~% ~ i i l7 ~ ~ 1 : - 1 !!j f ~ ' ~
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50251 0277 I/ %/! p]b :.i 1::+'.•,t7i~ ~Jla~:•tr.i1C17l~~ .^.TfJ.,0C.IC.:LPiT/ f^- '.?;:'--:; kPT•TU'~ :. ' ^AXtI i V "r'y-1- f 'tr'•',I7I t)f;i'I". iti l:: ;%-%?JC'ii7`;ICir . a N A77 l4' 0 R. j : ~. FDITORS . 11 f Iso'tlc ILSc ' R: 7 Ph D I; t• I G I ( S I , . „ . , . . . , . . n . o Zeetu.er in PG~Ifcal C'.urrijuy, tJr.irt:r.'ty of IIreJJord :~. ...Ii V. BSc„ Ph.D.. rLBiol. Rtaek: in blierol•iolo;y. Ur.Ivmrty of B:udJotd k ARcHGN I300KS~ --'- . .-,,.. . . ,A-FO;t..1AT1O:: SOURCES . FOIL 1:f.iCARCII AND DF.1'ELOP\JtNT A series under the General EditorsLip of ~~... . R T. Ibttk, B.Sc., ?h.D., F.R.I.G, MLIa[.Sa ~ end ;- ~ i7. I. Foskett. Nf.A., F.LA -• "=''•` ~ I u n 10 j:~ :.; :g 2 i
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50251 0290 897TD ~Tn ; In72 2c, SL::IIC;L: E?~T1r0 1.117iC`;__i.cTT'r/ CO.":Ti:C]I, e. a BIO.Nr^_SS DI?1•ERP:Ii;:1TI0:V - A Ni.W TECI?NI2UC FOR ACTIVATED SLUDGE CONTROL dy 1 c 0 t: W hZ:. 4918 Wyaconda Road Rockville, ;•faryland 20852 for tle ; Office of Research and rion•itoring ~ , ENVIRON!•a:t~TA1. PROTECT7.0?q AGENCY PRCI7IECT NO. 17050 EOY CONTRACT N0, 14-12-419 COidTi:ACT NO. 14-12-871 January 1972 17,^,50 il?1' Oi: Ti? C1 t fi (1 n if
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.•• t I r~ t r t •~ n t i ; %c-L.«i„E onL L ~' ~s t~ •. { t •7 \ .~ fy ~ . Ld=tc,a by E. 'C. iCAISER 1)cf a1AJreuls cf (:hr•iJris[i~~ a~td I1JOC/r~ulis(ly ilniversily of Chicu;o F. J. KC _DY /1r~~rnlr.trJa (;f liin, Jloitishy VirivClsll), uf Chlcnl,,l 1;'il_I:Y-Itvl'f_Rf, CIE I,Ct, A UiVISION OF JOifN WILEY INIC. t;"V1 YORK • LON[lOi: • SYL7t~FY 70ii,1tdTO I .. a 0 ~ iI Cl
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Biophysics. i 50251 0280 , _. . . . . . ~ . . q. a^d julle ::c" ; l~~ 1969 310 i :gcs witae, 3Yu:.m and Co. 1so:rtca () I () i'J :I•~~.
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50251 0294 ~ vz , To5 f$206YIti^Tr=kA--l"`RM KlAD74111 ROY'Y.~+ r, FiICnil:.l:-Z.n I ;«•.J~«:aa;D iM:'.~i~! 'Af • ` vnd d3,~•,~~'~....~•~ta ` ~on ~ / ox Pootcp.1 F, ~:.~4 1) !~'u5~ IIl ~Q1.L -s_ S:.F_u.1 r•t ~~ .~~,l~`.{y .... Vr.~_p•t~. 1 ~ Ey ~ C~ [l f~ ~ t.l 6 n 7;a 9
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50251 0274 IIdPAARI+SA~CP~1I'I•G~I~'tiST{}t>~~`S OV=FtC~R5•2`~~`gJ~~Nt;-~3tAT~- OFrr~BSORPTItfN;~Ott-:`DRiiGSre-wdif _FIJRTHF.R::aNY9ST:T.tKTIO: ~Yamadai ~I~~leo a BZA~'HARI~CEU'1'.I~A.L S~i7A.I~~ >O1:T: ^F~1C3'0~' AFFECT_W_:AAT•R.~OF'Aj3SOr_P T~'QN:'OF DRUG$ II;' . FURTHEi;; I,I!TMTiC?ATION;ZOF--,AB$ORPTION; O? ;.DPGS.f;INI' MLCEL~AR: S9LUTI0N; r By-; Hi4 e,o• ;,Y4 Ichih4X; , F~Qtk v, Kpg~ shiy , and c:Ryutcb i,;Yamamo_.to..:, Chem•.. PIX arm.. ~u1.0 il 766=,$8- :(1966).. ..-, . - . U 1~ l 0 R fl ~1 -5 -Z-) -1 9
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. ... .• 50251 0264i ~ ~~ l4!'.39~- 3~S T~linitial surecy in thc winlcr af 1973. . t! . . . Carbon Mono :ide Detection A Case Study By tZichard Pattennude, Ph.D. Eliot Kline,_Ph.D. Richard G. E3iondi,A.S., M.P.A. The dangcrs and t•ffccts nf cnrb(in tnnnnxidc (CO) pni:uning nrc well known tn canitarians and Public hcnllh Prnfcssionals. There is n wealth nf litcrnture, rcccart•h dnta, • rtnd standardF for ('O cxpumurc in industry mid for air rtu;tlity.' tlnfur• tunalcly, our mncl inlimate en- virnnmetit, file huinc, has been /tndl) ncrlcclcd. ttnti rcccutlv,.tJtc juriscliclinnc In set CO limits for the .untliicnl air.' ` Levelc of :1O pltm are aufficicnt fnr n t.•arttinl; tn be cnundcd, while 40 ppm for lhc same pcrincl rtn rcsult in file dlcclaratinn uf att cmt•r{;cocy. Shnulrl CO in file antbicnt nir rirc ahnrc S(1 ppm for eight hour&. 75 ppm fnr frntr hnttrs, nr 125 t~l~m for onc hnur, sil;nificnnt ~haim ~lo ht•alth may result. . 7•1, nnd hecausc CO dctccliun nc• lit•ity an~ nlmndly in pro;;ress in 1tt7•1, file USI'IIti cnntrnctcd wilh lhe (:ity of Des Moines for an ex• panrled stud}•. Thc ohjcctivcs were tn invetli/;ntc (lie inciclcncc anrl nature uf cnrhnn monoxide pnisun• inF in file I)cs Ainines metrnl,ntit:m area. to dcvcloP a niclhndnlul;v that K•nuld enltnnce file nccurncy nf file findinl;x, and tn identil:v criteria lhal cnttld be ust•d to Predict arm of high incidcnce of carbon monox- ide poisoning. r i t M € I The expnntlecl program fcalured a~ two pronged apprmch. First. nc ii~ ~ Pasl ~•cnrs, citizens were infnrtnccl F Ihrnul;h file mcdia that. they cou!~1 ( call in and requca a free CO in9Pc(,- ~ Iinn. 5ecnnd, a research tncthn(:- 1 assi~t• nlul;y was prcparcd, with the anc•c nf file 1)rakr l)nivcr-ilv In'ti- tutc nf I'uhlic AfGtirs and Adrnini';• ~ trntinn. A randnm s-imple (if ~ chwcllittt;s in I'nik Count%• a•cre ~ tcctecl fnr file precence of C0. A,
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502,51 0288 i mC!• IF*, /. io~c encc~s iLJ ~," /r~ ~~cxvs~c ~VOLUME '~ 979 JCODEN: SSBBDV ISSN: 0162-2048 ~" tl 4 ~, ' ~p r ~p f'''h % E;~.l:iJ`\1 L 1 y s ~~ :E 1 ~ i'"s T M f~~ ~h, °,-Iolo"t.cal. !lbstracts, Tnc. (9 /1110 The contents of the 1979 SERIAL SOURCES FOR THE BIOSIS DATA BASE7^^ are summarized L)W /~~p, ~~~ ~ in Table 1. This is an increase of 268 entries over the 1978 volume and represents publications VOLUIVIC- 197:J in 23 languages produced by 5702 publishers in 113 countries. Distribution of the source serials is described in Table 11 below. A more detailed analysis of geographic contribution on the basis of country is presented in Table I I I page vi. Table I SUMMARY OF ENTRIES (AS OF OCTOBER 1, 1979) Current active serials 8,670 Archival entries (ceased, changed) 4424 Cross references 1381 t.al 14,475 'Fq ~, ., a
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50251 0286 Gr= rul 0 -76 FEDERAL 7ASFC FORCE VOICES CONCERN OVER FLUOROCARBONS The evidence against fluorocarbons continues to mount, with the latest voice in the clamor coming from the Interagency Task Force on Inadvertent )`iodificaticn of the Stratosphere (IbiOS). Although stopping short of a full denunciation of the gases that many scientists believe are threatening the earth's protective ozone shield, the INtOS report, in effect, judges fluorocarbons guilty until proven innocent by a National Academy of Sciences study now in progress and due to be completed next spring. Citing a"legitimate cause for concern," the IMOS report called for restrictions in the use of fluorocarbons -11 and -12-the gases that propel contents of aerosol cans and cool refrigerators and air conditioners-if the NAS study of manmade impacts on the stratosphere "confirms the current task force assessment." It also rccom:r:ends that Federal regulatory agencies begin immediately to require labeling to vlnnlifv anrncnl nrnAw-t. /h+t rnnM:r• fln~rnno.i.nnc.l I on.i i of the equipment. It pointed out that the fluorocarbons refrigeration are just as dangerous as those in spray cans, ev though they enter the atmosphere slowly throut-h leakage at the time the refrigerator is scrapped. World production (excluding USSR and Eastern Europe) fluorocarbons is on the increasc, with the 1973 productx of 765 million kg up 11% over 1972. The United States responsible for 50% of the world's production and consurn t ion. "The best estimates are that fluorocarbons released into tl environment to date may have resulted in a current reductic in average ozone concentration of between 0.5% and 117,, ar possibly as large as 2% and may eventually result in as muc as a 3% reduction," Stever noted. "An increase of approa mately 2°o in the incidence of non-melanoma skin cancer i the United States is predicted for a 1~'o reduction in averat ozone concentration," the report states. .... . . ..• _.. .. .. a c~~c~onoijs~t
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50251.0289 a Q 210 Ay DICTIONARYES--SCZENTIFIC/ 1956 ~{OSGI~~TIFIG-- v'i'`= iE'1"llYl l1 V 0*, h , f ti4~_~U~;.,:. Words From Latin and Greek Stems DONALD ?Vi. AYERS THE UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA PRESS Tucson, Arizona . ~ .. ~~bYary ..~ ..~a..._..,..,.,.~.:~ ~.~..,,,,_,.,.~- .~-.~ ,~:,. _ ._ .,.,.~....... -
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~....__. _._..-._~ ....~~__ . _.......~..___..._ _. ,. ~...~_..,~_.~:.:.,..: 50251 '0299 i AT;ROI,IOLO(:Y/ AIP.---POLL[TTIO?]~-RESI:ARCIi/DISEASES--*tICR00R(,A1,IS;lS/BI0SYN1'RLSIS/ VIRUSES--IZIOLOGY/IdATER--POLLL'TION/IFSECTICII)ES--MICROBIAI./ANTIBIOTICS /AFLATOXINS / -t 1'ublication of the Socicty for Industrial Rficrobiology PI:IANS--TOXICITY/ QR ~ 7~ ~ y~ ~~/~ ]~,~~'~~T Volume 15 1 SI Dc Procccdings of the ~ f' 1.~ ~/ .'.. 'l.~ ~! .L V 11 '-f " ~l .k '~ 11.1 ~ _ 1 197G ~ - IND U32'MAL Thirtictn Gcneral Mecting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology ficld at Evanston, Illinois AMERICAN INSTITUTE OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES August 19-24, 1973 ~ rvfTC,RnRTOT,O,Gv WASHINGTON. D.C. _ ~ ~ 1974
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~ 50251 0298 .~ _.. -- - -- r ,a.r .......~..w~r.,.s..• r_ .u.... Anerican Chemical Society, Division of riicrobial & BiochemicaT-Teic no~"ogyj"g" American Chemical Society, Division of CArbohydrate Chemistry/ POLYSACCHARIDES/FERMENTATION, INDUSTRZAL/BIOSYNTIiFSIS/POLYSfiC1IARIDES--SYNTHESI: XANTHAN GUM/GUMS/XANTHAN PRODUCTS/FOOD 4D 1 ~..%xLracC~~.-Lllar ~ 3 Am 1977 /ADDITIVES/CURDLA./ '.Z0'at~:~~ Paul A. Sandford, LDITOR Pol ~TsacclIarides A symposium co-sponsored by the Division of Carbohydrate Chemistry and the Division of Microbial and Biochemical Technology at the 172nd Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San F~anci,.co,i Cal~l '' (1 tl /ACS I S7 : U. S. Depart7nent o f!lgriculture ; Allen Laskin, EDITOR Exxon Research and Engineering Co. iL j S Y M P O S t UM S E R 1 E S' AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WASHINGTON. D. C. ;. .1 /U.Ii.i 1977 August 30-31, 1976
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QP PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IX/ 0DOl, V. X/ 50251 0282 360 P$YCHOLOGI(TIPHYS,IQLOGICALVIVIOI:-X/SENSESVA'VDISENSATIONDIyG THEORY, Ca TASTE, V:(,TII /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,V.I11/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV/PAIN V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE 6 LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVOkANTS--SENSOkY EVALUATION, V. X/ HA\Ul3OOK OF 1'F.RCEP77O1~'r EDITORS: Edward C. Cartcrette and lbforton P. Friedman Department of Psycholog}' ' es Volume 1: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 University of California, Los AnFel Los Angeles, California . Volume 11: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 tt/Volumc III: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 ` "'olume IV: Hearing. 1978 rVolume V: Seeing. 1975 ~ Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 rVolume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 t/Volume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 r Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 rVolume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 i/Volume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 a I~ o n 0 i 0S S 7 0
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~ QP 501 ~ An Bf.asynttiesis, v.40 Ak 50251 0313 35p~ ~ ta, Annual rcview 9f biuchmisLrv- v. 1-'Pj3.-3yj IV3M- 3( pt Ii-a J 373Y, 39(acIz/:; St;~.x~ord uaiaersitY. Ca1if., Anrssa2 revieas, inc. V. riiagrs. 23 cc,i. t1 '
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5icsyntnesis Ab 50251 0316 Grisebach, Hans. Biosynthetic patterns in microorganisms and higher plants lby, 1 H. Grisebach. Now York, Wiley 119671 xi, 110 p. illus. 20 cm. (E. Ii. Squibb lectures on chemistry of microbial products) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biosynthesis. 2. Plant physiology. 8. Diicro-organisms -- Physiology. i. Title. (Series) QD415.G78 574.1'929 67-22412 Library of Congress ~~ [71
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50251 0306 ....~.....~......... - - -- S(1.T XX MeF-F-IM-73 BIQSYNTHESIS/-E:vZYMES-=SYNTHESIS/ ]'Itf JouRvntL or VirAr.nxot.ocY IS, 131-;135 11972) '•. Ue~Telolzr~e:It of Specific I~~:i~c.•imenfal S~~stems for Fl,Lvino~;ene~is Using I\~oli-Gro«-iilb "'Cell of srencotI>!eciuaiz-ccsjthIjii~ (j O 1i*JSATE)2U M1•J•S1:11A AND K1:\JI NAKAJI\IAs J,alxrnrlnry of .\'ulrilir n; l C!u uristrl, I•ircrJly nf Agritrdtrrrr, 1:1•otu (lnii•.•rsi1Y, .S.r:•yn•htr, 1:1•utu (1'nst No. G(1G) Cxperim:ntol systems using non-gr-owing cell of Eremot/iccium ashbyii to elucidate the mechunism of flavino3=rresis were established in this paper. 1. It was found ihat vacuum infiltrotion of purines for 2, 3 and 5 min and moderote shoking of non-growing cell brought about a good reproducibility of the stimulotory ctiects on flavinooenesis by purines and furthermore, a higher tlavirtogenesis. . ~! ~ `~ 0
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50251 0309 ., .,. : . -__:... .~.._...: ..__ , .... .._.._:.:..... DISSERTATIONS--UtiIVERSITY OF TJISCOI:SIN/BIOSYNTHESIS/ASPERGI&LL'S/ FLUORII•IETRY/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--THIN-LAYER CHROriATOGRAPIIY/ QP AFLATOXIN: ITS ANALYSIS, PRODUCTION, AND BIOSYNTHL•SIS 941Sh, $Y 1972 CHUN-NAN SHIH 2 C. A thesis submitted in partial fulfilimcnt of the PDDL rcnuircments for the degree of 1 C. DOCTOR OF P1IILOSOPlIY (Food Science-Bacteriology) at the UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN 1972 ~V'q , ' -.7,/ s.°: _x l7lr~ek J u .,,~ Ui ~ ~ ~ , R` .. . ... f~) ' : • ~ ~ .. - . ~ . ~ . . . ^. 717
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j& 50251 0304 / . .~. . ~ ~ }:JJ: c:i.~L :;0. }~n~ti'1'l.~ ~• 72 V]_ Ka Y I::.i'U T. ; ~.'c'ii1Ci(lUr~, ''I. }i. ; SULll~:i., T. ; }.].YI:}lc21d, . a: f.tfliv. 7.ATl. O:2 .O:2 01' i'':_...: ;. ~']. . I;1C)C:E'l'] (:-7..i i?l; S`':~;'l iIF:S):S OF 1~Oi...11a Fi;O.'•; .~ 0 C:hem. ]_ (No. y,, orus:~ levar,tcnc~l~~4: ,, ci~rrJ, consstitucnt:. r) 1 c a
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50251 0319 Biosynthesis, No. 29 A& Journal of Polymer Science, Pt. C n Po1yiner Sycspoeia, t~o. 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 19G5-G7 InterBciC'.ncC (14i1cy) :iew York ~ c.~.......,....,.._~ , ....... __. -. - ~.. . ... .._ _--~~-.,. "...t--.-..,........,~........-..
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A30251 0300 . Proc. ):. Soc. 13. :99, 321-233 (1971) TsinIcd ira CJrcal .. ..-y..........,,,,..w...+..,,n-.s..a.sa.~e '-. rj ~ili: C1C\'Cl ir )~)11-1CI7t of Ct)I1117;C1'CI,!i P1'OC(' .55^ Sf0]' i.fiC 1)'.'OCiUCi1011 of 13 S` T. ].Z.. C A r:l: l i: C:':i O\ 13?echala 1<<,.sc(ar(ai .'_.al orrrforit-.. CIa!'cntloll T0ar1, Iirorliii7tJ, . 711 (,1) 3 }iC. j' 1}1( (1L .^(1Ct'T. Y 6-:R1P!1 it11C1 t}1C1'ap' tiJ~Jli.}ii'1.1C ~?(It1:'1}}lIL; }i:i:i t:!'f!.iU(i. 1 ilC\:' lltit•I•llat)i,I17!1 .^,:1l?t)lO:?C: illC}1lstI'j. .'S.$ tho 77 I'ali' ti':'.I1SiOl':Il(.:d 1'"Si}I)il ii17 1:1:{i {
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50251 0305 c.r.'4~..:~~...ii.+.:.:.-~++s+ - ,....>a'a.~...,..x.ub..r....-a~w._...~_rr...Y...-~.....:.-.wa~r...-..~._ ~....._.._. _..._......._....~.~...+v..;.c...-..-_...._......,~.a~...~...«ti..ew_...,...-,...,.... BIOLOGICAL CIIEMISTRY1 CARBOIlYDRATES--BIOi,IiETIISTRY/ BIOSYNTHESIS/ENZY`IES--BIOCIIEMISTRY/LIPIDS--J3IOCtiEt4ISTRY/__ --NIICLEIC ACiDS--BIOCIIEnSTRY/VITA.~tINS--BYOCHEMISTZY/ PROTEINS--BIOSYNTHESIS/:•fETABOLISI`i--BIOCIIE*:ISTRY/ ~ . QP FATTY ACIDS--BIOSYNTHESIS/NUCL,EOTIDES/ 501 Le Short 4,.;m'R rs`.a' in 1973 2 C. BIo: ALBER'f L. LEIININGER THE ;O"\rc I-rnPL_Inic (,1NIVFPCITV . SCHOOL OF MEDICINE WORTH PUBLISHERS, INC. R 'I )C { U • ., . . . .- ' . , • . `,;. . f j ,
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50251 0303 .. .: ..F~. _.:..e.a . :~ _ _ - BZOSY2;THESIS/ ;CIiE2~~ISTRX, .ORGAhII.C--.CAEOTENOIDS/VITAMIN..~A/ : ;. ;. FOOD--COLORS/SYfiTHESIS, ORGANIC 141u'(! h IN U I -U S . Chemical Research Department F. HoRruann-f.a Roche & Co. Ltd., Basle, Switzerland Co-editors Hilco Gi.rT"Nia,rriv aiid Ui:xtCH SoLH;: Chemical Research Department F. HofTmann=La Roche & CC. Ltd., Bas1e, SwitzPrland"' , -$IR(;HAUSER Vi;RLAG BASZ i CHEMISCNE REIHE Edited by BAND 23 "OTTOISLER I a .......... .......~.,-.r-...,e_.........,.,.+~.na.:,.f.._.n..,.'..._y.,.w:..,~.,.~.,v~ -.,b.+.«..n.,vq.,i...r,.~:r,.... :..--......,;»•,,e.e..~n,c,._,,.~•...~>-- .- . . .....,o,t,::,";~c-.~'.' . . .. . - .
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50251 0307 , FOOD--SPOI ' SOY L A~/ YEASTS/ FER*SENTATION/BIOSYNTIIESIS/ Adv. • •Fd.. Res. 1_23-9~'1963) 79 II On / OSMOPNILIC VYCASTS By 11InOSI11 ONISIi[ Noda Institute for Sricntific ltcacarcA, 11'oda-shi, Chiba-kcn, lapan . I. Introduction ................ '.............................................. 53 Ii. liistorical Survey-Principally Distribution and Taxonomy of Osmophilic ycasls .......................... ................................. 5{ . ... A. Yeasts Found in Substrates ~cilh a Iligh Sugar Contenl ............. 54 I3. Yeasts in Brinee ...........................................:...... bS C. Sov Yeasts and Nfiso Yeasts ...... .:...........:................. :. 56 111. Char:icteristic Phenomen: in Sugar and Salt Tolerance of Osmophilic Yea,is .......................:.................................,..... 58 A. 1'hysiological Adaptation and Training .............................. 59 13. Limiting O~motic Prewre for the Cro.cth of Yeasts .:.........:..... 62 C. Dit7erence in Sugar aud Salt Tolcrance within the Same Species of , Yeasts .........................:.......::..:...................... 63 D. I3ehacior toward Various Salts ..................................... 64 F.. Changes in Permeability of Cell Membranes of the 0-mophilic Yeasts, and Vaint••nance of Their Viability in Saline Media ............... 6! IV. Sprcicd A,lx-,•ts in Clrowlh and Fermentation of Osmophilic Yeasts ...... 69 . r. .r. .. _ _ r .-:. .. - - ~ . .. . _ .. .. . . .. . •.- .. . . _. _ ...
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QF. 84 Bi 2c. Biosvnthesi.s i Biosyntl:esis of zn!ibiotics. v. 1- 50251 0314 New 1 ork, Acadeinic Press, 19G6- c. 24 cm. a Editor: 19~'~6-- J. F. Snell. 1. Antibiotics. 2. Blosynthesis. x. Snell, Junlus Fielding, 1921- ed. QPS01.A63B5 __ 615'.829 CG ~9J9~ lJr Library of Congress ` .. (81 I
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50251 0297 I - ~ ~ ..-- 7.. Le:Lcnsm. Untcre;.-]'or~ch. 1514, (1975) (1975) Tlcrtinia!ut, U!in( : !cn 7j ~ ,~L1jl 1. . YYtl1~5~"Ww-''Arem - . iikroorganis><ne><i k};~.,T3ildttn~ ~ori .'~'yt~cciy~rLmutcu dut•c1i So:ecAzt'rtJ+in.ycc.4 ccrevisiut* n Peter Scltrcier, Fricdrich Draiccrt uttcl Albrocl,t Junker Institut fut• Lebenstuittcltechttolo,,ic und .lniilytischc Chcntic der TU .lliinchen. l.clu•stuhl fiir Chemisch•technischc Analyse und elten!isc•he 1.ebcnsmitteltccl!nolooio, 1?rei~in~•11 eihenstephan (B1tD) I:ingcgannen am 29. Januar 1975 ~~Thc Biosynthesis of Aroma Compounds by llicrooraaui:ms I. Formation of 1V-AcctyI•aluincs by Succhru•o!uyces eercz•isiac Summary. Only primary ainines were tr:tnsformed to secondary aeetamicles by Sncc.irnrontyccs eerct;isiae in anaerobic model fcrmentations. Secoudary aminc•s and t: amiuo acids don't• form 1~'•aeetyl•amines. \laxi!nal rates of aeet}•lation were obtained -with 2- and 3-methyl•but.•Iamine as acccptors of the postulatcd aminacctt,lace-t•cr.ctiott. The ratc of ucetylation of _°•phenylcthylaminc antountt,dd to 12%; n•hupt}•I- and n•oc•tylamine u•ere transformed only in trac•c•s. At the example of 2-methyl•butylamine thc kinetics of the reaction and the influence of the p11-.•alue, of difFc•rcnt N•sources and diQerent concentrations of °.-t-dinitrophenol on the i:1te of acetylution have bccn examined. The identification and the determination of the microbiolo -ically formed volatile compounds have been realisod by mcans of the gaschromatography, concerning the qualitatit-c experiments under mass-spectrontetrical control. C1 I0 0 f'1 Ci
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.t iii 50251 0318 . ' 421 , Ir. : ., Biosynthesis Ir.terastioae~, Uai.oat o€ P'ura and Applied Chemi.stzyo of Ort.ax:iC CYcaaistry r.ad The Swadish tir2 ianal t;;,^:"IIttaa i:ar Oh cz1 stiq US W~~~11Si,~~..~' Gf 2U"-Ui.:'..L PRarriJt::TS, VOL. 4 1967 213 PagRa Bu+t torWorths London . . ii w~ t n n n
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50251 0322 TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE/ ALKALOIDS/ TOBACCO-.T,CHEMI STRY/ PLANT CELLS & TISSUES--CULiiIRE/BIOSYNTHESIS/ QK 725 St 1980 Plant Tissue Culture as a Source of V iochemicals ~ Ed itor CRC Press, lnc. Boca Raton, Florida Id E. John Staba, Ph.D. Professor of Pharmacognosy College of Pharmacy Universiiy of Minnesota Minneapolis, Minnesota eQ' C C K )
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. `~ w j<5 u1~LYt~.qes~i. i 50251 0323 Tedd, Sir Alexander R 1907- ed. Perspectives in organic chemistry. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1955. x, 527 p, col- pcrt, 24 un. Published on the occasian of the 70th birthday of Sir Robert Robirsen, September 13p 1956. Ineludes bibliegraph)4s. Conteits- See Main Entry. nFS.as.•.~~ .,.~ ~•r.. f) n rl (1::
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~ QR ~ 41 ~ Cu 2c. Biosynthesis, v. 3. 4' 50251 0317 Gumqalus, Tn~iri Clyde, 1912- ad. The bacteria; r. treatir,e on structure and function, edited by I. C. Gunsalus landj Roger Y. Stanier. New York, Academic Press,-19ti8. 1 y 6~~ ~S y 7... lllua, dlagra. 24 cm. Inclrdes blbllograpaiea. CoR tcxra.-r. 1: Strnctu, e t~ ,3, ~ 1. Bactetiology. L Stanler, Roger Y., joint ed. QR41.G78 589.9 59-13531 Library of Congresa i6303j
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50251 0320 { Biosynthesis i ` I SP, Kosower, Edward ~I 1lvlecular biocheunistry. :1ew York, McGraw-11i11, 1aC2). 304 p. tllus. 24 cm. (McGraw-Hill series in advanced chemistry) 1. Biological chemistry. 2. Chemical reactions. r. Title. QP521.K58 574.192 G1-187?8 ; ~ .~ Ltbrary.o! Congress jG3f"aI t) ~ t1 0 €1
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50251 0296 ~?U1t ~T~~: ~E DER ALY.AMIi)r.. 04, .SPRUg VatV:.N IcarIA ~:Ax: cLAUcA-- R.-. -GRnx.~ -- 1rio-t.hE; .-t I': ~ T •~.~..~-~., E~. -'~ AL~AZa: ~L 3'd sr ?G,3 t•0 uLlZ L:~:::~~-.,s..x~:~ 1ISGCfI'31:.M:UGA F:,, CIt:s., o:' fn `c:.o SeVO.S"r- (uFY'G;7 -U) LC.a' JfI-coti.:ro. Fi!LuCu Ra C-:: iT,e 3t k'i No Mo?r;2C5 f.:i i 14 Va ;.^..i:Civv. o F"aotoa.a~ f'wm: &-r:h, Faar`~.. 93,1Q2 (19,6:t) .w..' f; ~~ 1 ~ n ti i~13 7 1
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50251 0311 i SYhrTHESIS, ORCtLldlC/FERMENTATION/BIOSYNTHESIS/ENZYMES/TERPENES--HYDROXYLATION/ STEROIDS--HYDZOXYLATION/ALAKLOIDS--IIYDROXYLATION/ F illETHODEN llEP ENOLE ORGANISCHEN CIIETAIIE ENDIOLE (REDUKTONE) . (IIOUBEN'.NN'EYL) BIQSYNTIIESE 1'O~tT. , VIERTE,VOLLIGTEUGF.STALTETEAUFI,ACE ~ICi/ '~ ,'[1 T~(1\T~j.\~(7I;~i~B'r'~TT>U~T/^try-~r~T a[OirXniT \•ON \'~'`1nT.S /F,1~IlT(1I,S ~(~2jEfDilJ`C1`'njNSF•S.i1 RIjnjSjYIT~TIijE,1S\TSjJ(~F/111\~'~!l,!Zr1~~ClY f;omnM?xITIc EUCEN MCLLER t UND OTTO 13AYER LsrclccaN TXTLC 1ClOXD1AtR LITKIRIONO YOX IS.SIt:ERtl'EI.\t • IC.ZIEGLEPt 1 BAND VI/Id £NOLF, ENIPIOLE (R}:DiiRTONE) it1OSYN'PIl1:SF: VON IIYDROXY•1'EIt1tINDCNGEN BEAEBLITET VON 11. IIARTON • J. BEII:II • F. DRA\C}:RT 7REISINO rREISINO TREI6INO G. HESSE ERLANOEN 19 i~iSl`SS ?0 O B~IACi/:~/YqqIL%L!'VAYDEj HEINRNROrY XAxsCaO GEOItG '1'1I I1:M1: 1'E R LAC STU'1"l'Galt7' e
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QD 421 Mo r +-1 $1ps", ehesis aof ' Alksloid$- . ; i 50251 0325 .<ct;hes, K. ET.OSY2TT1IESis DER ALI:.AIAIDE cf by !!.. (l. iC. Jc•`.1R\Llli es l96g 730 Pr'~ :"13 haat~.chcr Ver1n; Iierl3n d:--r k'icsensc.haften tR) 0
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QR i 84 jBi ~ 2c. i 50251 0329 RjOMIbA*#,4Atitibiot,IVW" ~ I•. 1- ATe.w 1 ork, Academic Press, 19fi6- v. 24 em. e Editor: 19G6- J. F. Snell. ed1. Antibiotics. 2. Biosynthesis. r. Snell, Junlus Flelding, 1921- . QP801.A63B5 f~ 615'.329 Library of Congress _ _ [ 1 66-29994 ,....•-,.._,. U~ t 7 f? t~ (} ~~~ ~ i 3
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. 0 i 50251 0310 ANTIBIOTICS--BIOSYNTHESIS/BIOSYNTHESIS/FUNGICIAES/PHYTOTOXINS/ METHANE, BIGGENr.SlS/METABOLISM/0I1. SPILLS/PETROLEUM MICROf3I&)LOGY/ FLAGELLA, BACTERIAL/WATER--POLLUTION/BIOLUMINESCENCE, BACTERIAL/ • QR ANNUAL REVIEW Of, 1 ~/~ VOL UME .~1 • An 1977 I~~ICROBIOLOG-Y > MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California, Davis JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor University of California, Davis A. BALOWS, Associate Editor 1977 ANNUAL REVIEWS INC 4139 EL CAMINO WAY PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA 94306 a
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~ 1 $~ c13Y.~1 t Ei, : 123 " li N'= A ~!~HLUt il5: Z N 1 iTk: • Y LA N i:9 . . 50251 0326 :~~Ia5 a r 3 I•%can.. C,, L., . ^r^:J ~.~1 +~acr :~ ~ 2 , s d-w U~..•.~.la:. .... ..~ G: ~~.-~:.~ r L•::I.~.. Ce 1+y f' L.u i:a a'. i'L:Q vC n:;E';i: fl"Cn: .Yc s^]- o ZTQ1i3,,a 1ln_, p0 22:,-23: {n)>8) 0 ~...._..~..~ U I r') fa n
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50251 0308 i BIOSYNTHESIS/CHF.MISTRY, ORGANIC--BIOSYNTIiESIS/ ORGANIC SYNTEIESIS/ SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ ~ , 34Q5 in Biosynthesis Ra PpD~,. The Synthetic Chemist's Challenge Volume I Darshan Ranganathan Subramania Ranganafhan Department of Chemistry Indian Ir« titute of 1'echnology Ksnpur Foreword by D.H.R. Barton Imaeriat College, London fACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1976 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, PuNislrers • ~k L~~tl(,~fi. `ctr ~~ ~ ~~
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50251 0312 A e a~_ ..... ..,wr..-...,....~.~.a..:+a.v:.~.r, - - -`..••"~.,:....-......«i...:..~.....,.....:vs.+.,...:.r:......•-.•_~....- - ....,rara:.~...-. ~ ---+.~w:icc.'.a.ww+.~t+~.,.w..~...a.r:~._.c.. ENZYtIES/ENZYMES--SYNTHESIS/liIOSYNT1ikSIS/AMINO ACIDS--BIOSYNTRESIS/ MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL/PATEN.S/ QR 53 Va 1973 ! . i BACTERIA GENETICS OF INDUSTRIAL Edited by: ZDEiNhO YA\U INIICROORGAN IS.MS ZDEi\LK HOSULEI: Volume Y~.217 : JOSEF CUDLLN . I Ir.sfltute of Microbiology 1 Czechoslovak Academy of Sciencrs ~ Prague ELSEYIER PUBLISHING COMPANY Yi nuterdam - Lonuon -`e« York 1973 t G,1, S~ ~ : ~ P~, - Z ' I
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50251 0302 CELLS--CULTURE/TISSUES--CULTURF/PLANT CELLS & TISSttS--CULTUF.E/ M1':DICINAL PLANTS/ ESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS-•-PLANTS/I-IENTHA/TEP.PENOIDS/--BIOSY:VTIIESIS/ BIOSYNTIIESIS/SYivT11ESIS, ORGANIC/ Gesellschaft fur Strahien- und Umweltforschung mbH Munchen E Bereich Projekttragerschaften ~ .~`' /~. A g° =y p~• ~ ~ ~ n , ~ o~ ~.;~ ~ , ~t~, ~p~+ ~,r~ !t ~~' : ~ ~ ~C ~l~ ~ i 45 ~r~ , , J tl~~~~~~~ ` ~ ~ : 4,~ ,b i6 a ~ai i 4 i~'t~. N tb~~r @. E..ai 7 In ~ i ~ 1978 , b Y c4..o ii u'-.o putit r e m a L Ll 0 US i A Proceedings of an, tnternationa!„Syrnposium on plant cc:l1 culture f Miii1chen 1978 ' n 1 ~l n fi n i i Edited by A.411.AIfcrmann and E.Reinhard wSpot)sorqd by The Federal h1inistery for Research and Tochnulo9y
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50251 0324 . .~....~.~..~ Curr. Top. Plant Sci. 1969, 24-25(1969) 76 II Re2-76 Aromatic Biosynthesis in Plants* S.P. Leonard H. Weinslein and HPnry J. Laurencol, Jr. Studies on the chemical changes associated with aging in cut roses re- ~ s '--VEaTeti tnai tne aommant nonvolatile organic acid of petal and leaf tissues !; was quinic acid and that it constituted as much as 10% of the dry weight of young leaves (1Veinstein el al., 1958). This massive accumulation, which was greater than that reported for any other plant, naturally led to ~ speculations about its metabolic role in this species. The level of quinic ~, acid was found to increase in the developing rose until the bloom was at , about half-maturity, after which it decreased (Weinstein et al., 19S9a). This result suggested that quinic acid was rnetabolized in the rose. Similar `~ results were also obtained in rose stem tissue cultures at various ages (Weinstein et al., 1962). „ l d d I ~ sh~h~mtc act , were Randomly C-iabeled qutn.c acid, and the re ate biosvnthetizea bv sunnlvin^ voune rote Oants in the a
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50251 0337 , Qp 701 ~ Re ~t$.:BI0amFS.1S :,QF :D1:OXYR7I~OS~`., r Reich::rd, Peter, ; 925- The biosynthesis of deoxyribose. New York, Wiley, 1967 1°19G8, viii, 77, p. illus. 19 cm. (Ciba lectures in microbial biochemistry, 3007) SBN 471-714V~" Includes biblioeraphies. 1. heospribose synthesis. r. Title. (Series) QP701.1%"36 ~ 574.1'9294 Library of Con„ress ~ I5i 63-S9.i3 t) ~ l) (1 t)
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. . 50251 0301 ,.i, . . . . ; ~ ..: ALnExYnP.s--rTACTIONSJ p~OSXNTIiESIS/ . ` ~--.......«..,......_....., -- ~- . . . 1 :- 74 II l2:i1 ~ Rull. lnst. CSicm. Rcs., Kyoto Univ. Vol. 50, No. 3, 1972 Leaf Alcohol 1XIO: I'hotochemical and Tll:rlflal Isatllcrt`zatiotl' Ee IP alnollb_I,eaf E1,ldeilyde and Its Isomers Akikazu HATANAt:A# + Rtceivcd May 2. 1972 Irradiati~~n of a 0.1 rt solution of R-hac-2-cn-l-al in cth:.r with a 100 \V high-pressure mcrcury lamp under nitroern yielded a photostationary mixture of E hcs-2-cn-l-al, Z-hcx-2-cn- 1-al and Z-hcx-3-cn-l-al (25:15:60). The mcchanism of isomcri7ation of E-hcx-2-cn-l-al to Z- hcx-2-cn•lal via Z-hex-3-cn-l-al H•a5 sugScst^d. • INT/tODUCi'ION Leaf alcohol, Z-hcx-3-cn-l-ol, and h:.tf aldchydc, E-hcx-2-cn-l-al (1), which are L ' , responsible for a characteristic fresh green Icaf odor, arc widely distributed in green .-1(C"'~w S..of- .`•hcv K4'yitc-.-asd._..ws.ot..3.Y,w~,.,....-.•...v.~..-s..+--
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50251 0321 QD ~ 321 Biosynthesis. ` Pi ~:. G . ."q.~.'` t A'ti~D ~i-Di `i .iZ.. . Ward 2`i^.nn a:7d DeT-ek I::i:. tn,-t. rt..•.~ 19:13 _ 469 naa::::Ac rYSris h'ew York a -..~._.. . • ..-..+.-., r ,.. ~ I ~ 0 t1 (! -,10:, 9 6
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50251 0336 ;i.csyn}h"tsis> `6hd -degrradgion-of-r_3cotirrr. ~ en F.P.•: dLSgrafiQ'i1Ga Oi nicct?:l3. ) , ; J^..58 +A Pi)l:i.:, . ~• :'1 , Cc.:..j.3t6'~9 ..t ~-,,-,•'~. ~ ~', . Ss.l~,i.....,..~2 Lr::"il ~.,, I-At'3C:.. O 0
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50251 0330 ENZYMES--RIOSYNTMESISl Imik AROMATIC CO*iPOUNDS--SYNTHESIS,CHE.~.ISTRY, t1RGANIC•--RIOSYNTHESIS/ + V STEROIDS AT D STER~LS-~RIOSYNTRESIS/CAROTENOIDS/TERPENOIDS/ VITAMINS/ CO'.PMARIN--RIOSYNTHESIS/ .ENZYMES/ , CHLOROGENIC ACID--BIOLYNTHESIS/FLAVOYOIDS--BIOSYNTHESIS/ 1 QD 262 We 1980 . ~ T.HES.IS.:t.'i ~+p F~AaO iCj~ ~~c~N~POU1~DS ~ ULRICH WEISS National Institutes of Health Bethesda. Maryland J. MICHAEL EDWARDS Tbe University of Connecticut. Storrs A Wiley-Interscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS. New York • Chiei7ester • Brisbane • Toronto , ~...~ , , S ., a a
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50251 0343 # ab NICOTINE--METABOLISM--MAMMALIAN SYSTEMS/ " 81 X P1 RJR CIA SS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Pi Pilotti, A. (Univ. Stockholm, Dep. Org. Chem., Arrhenius Lab., Stockholm, Swed.) =BIOSYNTHESIS AND MAMMALIAN METABOLISM OF NICOTINE. Acta Physiol. Scand. Suppl. 479, 13-17 (1980) (in English) The major metabolite of nicotine in most species, and also the first mammalian metabolite of nicotine to be isolated, is cotinine.... ~ ~ f; n -n Cl 1
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11 , 50251 033?w AIOSYNTUSIS..wQY, AROMATI.CAO"AiwW4 Eiilek, G. (Ed.. ) BidJli7iSiLV<.7 Q:' Ci.uO.'1FaYC LJ_.d-~lVl:~lS (Federation o, L•'uxapean I3ioCnexicAS. Socie`i.Ns, '?.nd tIecti:.g, Vicnms, 21-24 April 1965, Voi, 3) 1966 142 Pre3Qs Pergamon Press Or.to=°d ~
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50251 0338 ~ iQR 84 R Bioz:;-n thos3s in 1:sciiFrichia Studi2s of biosynthesis in Eschericlifa coli Ibyl Richard B. Robcrts jan.d othersj Washington, Carnegie Institution of Wnshington, 1355. xlv, 521 p. 311us., diagrs., tables. 26 cm. (Carnegie Institution of Washington. Publication 607) Bibliography : p. 453-521. 1. Bacillus coll communts. i. Roberts, Richard Brooke, 1910- it. Title: Biosynthesis in Escherichta colt. (Series) k QR8~3~65 589.953 55-2886 rev - Copy 3. ~ AS32.A5 no. 607 Library of Congress jr55q15j ,n n r~ i:~ t~ ~:~
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50251 0340 ;2F1E1HISTRY LF.TTG[ZS, pp. 1093-1096, 1972. Published by the Ghemical•Society Z"'4 THE, SIOSYNT1iESI$_:AF..GERANIO,I+, IN, GERANIUM,-,v : S.P, Takayuki SUGA and Tsuyoshi SHISHIBORI Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Hiroshima University J~apa~~ . ~ y Higashisenda-machi, Hiroshima ~11- The labelling pattern in geraniol biosynthesized from [2-14C1- mevalonic acid in leaves of Pelargonium roseum Bourbon was consistent with the pathway shown in the scheme. The radioactivities at C-4 and C-8 (and/or C-10) were unbalanced, in opposition to the results observed for geraniol biosynthesized in flowers of the rose. ~ 1 r~ 0•n O'E ~ ;a
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50251 0335 i *' CI.'.3T~~!1C ifOSY'NTS?FSISv'A'~fD?DUpRA'Dt4*IO*Y 6 ACTA'- 'U• iiIGItr)OItGLNISMS*-~!2FLATING 7O THI~O SOY SAUC~ BR,~tJiNGj Kuxoshima~ izauuYe At'.l.I) 'tl L/1~: VAL/.pa(y.t. lILAU r+:.' • Soy by p:uro::ii;^s, ~o;;i.i-r._ r. wc, l;clel,Oaru ?;ar.atoc, 4n il' -•-~ nil (19i;9) .ic,r. F'era. icch;:o1. 4 (h'c,. 1.) 6R3-?^3 C) a~On n nn E;~ ~ t n
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i 50251 0334 ~ 76 VI Ba $TOBACCO~ 1 ' . RADIOISOTOPES-=TOBACCO PLANTS--LABELLING/TOBACCO--LABELLED C14PLANTS 1 RJR CLASS NO. PAMFHLET 76 VI Ba Bass, R. T.; Jenkins, R. W., Jr.; Newell, u. C., Jr.; Osdene, T. S. (Philip.Piorris.. Res. Cent., Richmond, Va., U. S.) ~~CH~MSR rS,X.S.TxEK,.FOR. THE• PRODUCTIOIJ;OF;: ISOTOPICAL-LY LABBi: *Note affiliation* *Keywords:* 14C02, tobacoc, additive. • Int. Jour. Appl. Radiat. Isotopes 26, 753-57 (1975) (in English) This paper describes the design, fabrication, and opcration of a special plant grow th chambcr ; system utilized in the biosynthctic production of carbon-14 labeled tobacco plant material. The eontrollcd environmental factors of the systcni were rclativc hunniciity, tcmpcrature, carbon dioxide, nutrients and auxiliary lighting. Four plants of Xrco[iana eubacum L. cv. Coker 254 wcre grown for five weeks in the 1'M atmospherc of the growth chamber. 7•hc four-plant material with an average spccific activity of G14 nC:if inS oi carbon. harvest produced a total dry weight yield of 420 ~ of uniG,rmly labeled "C-tobacco plant C? I n (1 n n i
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50251 0341 Journal of Labelkd Compounds - Ouober-December - Vo1jL No. 4 III Me-81 S. P. 1 Isotopically-labeled natural products. L ,(B1bspa#~iesfs and isotation of .1-=menthol: "C _V~ F/... GAGFx, Jr., M. T. CoE~ R. T. BASS and R. W. JENKrNs, Jr. M'ip Morris Rcxarc5 Cmur, Richmood. V-irQ,9nia. Roodved June 9, 1969. SULfIr[ARY Tlu bios)nthests by and the isolation of 1-menthol-ISC from Mentha arvensis grown In "CO= are described. Crystals (18 mg; 3.2 mCi/g) were obtained aJter column chromatographic purffica- tion of the steam distillate of the kaves. Purity of greater than 99s % was established by gas-liquid radiochromatography. 0 r t rt o n (') iS <) 1 t3 *
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50251 0328 BId37LIMMSff17F JtiIJABA4I~:E ~~:D#F, I~IC)UTIYik, : 12YA=ISED, RAQT,CiTLTURFS -OF=-NICrY1tIS?IA' ,Gi~RUGs ~ . tai.. '.. 7 d J i.: -..:C! ° ^. ~ O .r:..•r. !~ ~ tl 0 r1 (I*,i :i
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75 XII AIJABASINE--BIOSY1dTIlESIS/ i 50251 0350 TOBACCO--ALKALOII)S--BIOSYNTIIy9 c'IS/TOFiACCO--NICOTINE--BIOSYNTIIESIS/ TOIiACCO--BIOSYNTHESIS 1d.ITI1 C4 /NICOTINE--ANABASIt;7, FORMATION OF/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 XII Lo Lovkova, M. Y. •(A. N. Bakh Inst. Biochem., Acad. Sci., USSR, Moscow, USSR) $IOSYNI'HrSIS aF `TIIE'NICOTINE CROUP ALKALOIDS': ' Iffii. Akad. Nauk. SSR, Ser. Khim. 1974 (No. 6) 821-34 (1974) (in Russian with English summary) *197_5, No. 3, W 498* *d* Tobacco chemistry: 1 a t'l o n (1 I`) ks a~i
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d&50251 0339 i i Novembcr, 19731 DULLEIIN of T11R cttranCAt SOCIETY OP JAPAN, voL. 46, 3545-3548 (1973) 354: ~ !' f6,~ g The-Biosynthesis of Geraniol and (;itronellol. in Pelarvonium - ;~ B ur o ~~ .... ~ o n ogeum s . r Takayuki SUGA and Tsuyoshi Sxisttleottt Depor6nmt of Clumislr,y, Faeulty of Science, Hiroshima Unit•ersily, Higashirenda-maehi, Hiroshima 730 2 tbe formation of geraniol prior to citronellol both in the intact plant and in the cell-free extract. Bourbon. The degradation of the radioactive specimens revealed that the major radioactivity (70-80%) was located at C-4 in the skeleton derived presumably from isopentenyl pyrophosphate and the rest of.the activity at C-8 (and/or C•10) in the moiety from 3,3-dimethylallyl pyrophosphate. The unbalance of labeling was distinct from the result observed for the monoterpenes biosynthcsized from the same labeled precursor by the flowers of the rose. A discussion is given on factors causing such a discrepancy in the labeling pattern owing to the ciif- faence of the plant and/or the organ. Time-course experiments with the use of [2 1'Cjmevalonic acid indicated Geraniol and ci:~onellol were biosynthesized from [2-t'C]mevalonic acid by the leaves of Pelargoniunt roseum I (Received June 22, 1973) ~ . •M
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76 II Lo Ab 50251 03uu .__..._____._.__-......-_..._.... . ._ ' _ _~...a~I A_ . r to'` ° BIOCHEMISTRY/ TERPENOIDS-- Terpenoids Plants, Proc., Aberystwyth 1966, 59-82(1966) ; Biosyntiiesis and Metabolism of Monotcrpenes. . . _ _ >G W. D. LOOrtIS Science Research Institute, Oregon State University, Corvallis, Oregon, U.S.A.' t I. Introductten . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . B. Itteorp oration of Labelled Precursors . . . . . . . . . . . 63 ~ C. Apparent Isolation of the Site of Synthesis ......... 65 D. Relationship of Terpcne Biosynthesis to Leaf Development . ... 66 = E. Morphology of Sc:retory Structures . . . . . . . . . . . 67 III. Metabolism of Monoterpencs . . . . . . . . . . . . . 70 A. Evidence for Dynamic Metabolism of Monoterpenes . . .... 70 B. Mctabolic Intcrconvcrsions of Monotcrpcncs. . . . . . . . . 74 IV. Irregular htonotcrpcnes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79 ! V. Conclusion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 !E0 References . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 80 . ~. II.' Biosynthesis of Monotcrp~•ncs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 "" A. Stcreochcmistry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62 R- . a
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50251 0346 ~ TORACCO--AT.KALOIDS--BIOSYNT}}PS IS/ 77 X Ni RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 77 X Ni Leete, E. *(no affil.)* BIOSYNTHESIS OF THE r~NOL*.K5L IpD~S O~QTOI2ACCOi Nicotine Tdorkshop, Stom, Swed., paper, 22 p. (Nov. 1974) English) (Previous reference - abstr. only - complete paper available now) ~It is generally agreed that nornicotine is formed in the tobacco plant by the demethylation of-nicotine. Almost 30 years ago Dausonl showed that' Inicotine translocated from the roots of Vicotiana tahacum r.,as de:r.ethylated ito nornicotine irn an aerial graft of N. olauca. H;, also sho-eed2 that the deinethylation aias non-specific. -Thus the leaves of N. glutinosa t•rere ca- pable of converting b;th (-) and (4)-nicotine, and i•1-ethylnornicotine to nornicotine. }1- methylanahasine and P;-ethylanabasine riere also dealky- I 'lated to anabasiLe/, 011 li.ono 8 (in e
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50251 0352 , 2240 Y i r`3i*aylitheais:" of-_niccitine=:and.,its: }ara••iars~*~;; ~ G. Ti jin. Scit>ntif `_.^. :bi~lcco . ~ .. . ...: +TJ r1U. *:Ciiej C`~i~ G :%,:>..- j i 11 ^zLrn: 58ca°~ j n ~~ {~ 5 _, ... ~. ~ 1~..=ti4 •.~ '~{ ~~ s~ .~ ' ~7
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LISS!;;'.TA'fIC"i5--u~'.lVl:!'.tiTTY OF "tTP:,+I:S()TAC(`TT':F.--I,IOSYNT1il:fiIS--TO I;:% CCU/ '1'OI;A~O--NICV7' ^./ rI,COTINI:,L~,.LLL,Ia (C1`' 1 . TS ' 2 240 • RJR CI.ASS NO. TL,l"1'BOOK TS 2240 Li 1972 Li Liy,• Y.Y. 1972 (liniv. ,'•Sii:nosoia, MinneaPolis, 1•1inn.; U. S.) $IOSYIQTiaES1S ANl) METABOLISM OF NICOTiNF IN TOBACCO PLANT. Univ. Aiinnc.sot:a, i•linncapoli s, Mi nn. , Ph. li. 5'lwsi_r, 88 p. (1972) (Ji; r'ngl lsh) ~- It }as taen dc:~or_stratcd that nicotine is not an inc•rt ~ ~ corstiti:cnt Sn tobacco plant , but can be torrvertcd to other plant raterials , Ilyerrt--a founi that nlcotinlc acid ~ containcd a sidnific: nt qu::ntity of C-14 after fceditr; [114 C I i , i 0 Inicotino ( 50 % of its radioactivo carbon xas in the pyridine rinr, ) to tho tot•acco rlant at different i.nter- ~ ' va13 , However , the sn<.71 anot-nt of nicotir,ic acid iso- I ~ latcd precliricd the TdcL-,rawation to fini out the labelling ' 0
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r di60251 0331 Z. Lclwnsm. Untcre.-hor4ch. 153, :1:;1--3((Q (1975) U / 'lt3Vy~:~I':-7:crbu---ulnn, .lliinoTicnTJ7~ 171)cr die Biosynihcsc von Arolllilstoffclt durcll 11i1:1'ooi'ga111s111C11 I. J3ilduno von N-Acetyl-aminen durch Saccharo~nyces cercvi,siae* Peter Sclu•cier, Friedrich Dra,Nccrt und Albrecht Junker Institut fur Lebcnsmittcltccluiolo;;ic und .lnalytischc Cheniic der TU \fiinchc•n. Leltrstuhl fiir Chctnisch-tccltnischc Analyse uud chemische l.cbensrnitteltechnolooic, I rcisin~-1Ycihcnstcphan (llttll) Eingcganf;en am 29. Januar 1975 ~~'Phti'I3io rlti~c(sis'of~jnma Com oonrifii ~~~ f ...~I~,T~or~at:oeuoi•~,i~1c~t~.i:.,~ipn..~R~r~~oei:" Summary. Only primary atnincs were transformed to secondary ncct3mides by Saccharontyccs oeresisfae in anaerobic modcl fermentations. Sccondary aminrs and i,•;unino acids don't• fonn N-accty1-amines..llaxim,tl rates of acetylation were obtained with 2- and 3-mcthvl-butvlamine as acceptors of the postulated aminacetylase-rer,ction. The rate of acetylation of 2-pLenylethylatnine amounted to 12°,0; n-hepty1- and n-octylaminc were transfortned only in traces. At the example of 2-methyl-butvlamine the kinctics of the reaction and the influence of the p11-valuc, of diifcrent. N-sources and diflerent concentrations of °.4-dinitrophenol on the rate of acetylation have been examined. The identification and the determination of thc microbiologically formed volatile compounds have been realised by mcans of the gaschromatography, concerning the qualitative experiments under mass-spcctrontetrical control. a ~ I rZ 0 n 0 1 ar f) 7 n
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50251 0351 TS 240 S`s,8s.w:.R}~ffs}m~~;ft6th *1 at i't>a..4 1"i i Ktizin, A. hi. Biosynthesi s of r.icotine labeled carbon-14 and the processes of trans- metriylaticn ir, tobacco leaves, by A. ir:. Kuzir and V. I. t':er•enova. From: Mkl. Akad. I;suk. SSS1; 85: z493-95 (19Z). - - Try.nslation. _... ~._.--..,.:-_.-_ .,..-,-~..~,...~......._..-p.-.,...,~.-~.,c,».~. c
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50251 0327 VI 1'O 5 Bioa;yn~hes3A";:.of Ea1o2~s.:_in.~h~ .~ec~lin~ gIo•~h~~F I:. 2L'R B?4~'2yT:':^JE D.M. AL.t'sAI:OIDE33i S'rtiG'p Va1 If IC(?I' iJ'ti:iS t'i-111:I1CA IIQ Git..~'.h'v 3ic~^~vz .2:a~ rua of h~.'..:zv:.c:s in 4~Ta Seed1Sru SYz~u'v') 4° Ii3cati;.:ia g3auca R. CraI2. )jo by K. t:ot,ac3 and II9 Bo 5:r.rovc:. FhatoaLat x^ro-AS 1°.xch. Fit(La 0?r?1 (9.:::1.) --- -„ : . , . . .__s.e . ,,. •.. . - ,:. U { . () (} r1 0 0 2
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50251 0348 = ' T5 ' ' 2240 ~. , ! D i BIOSYIMWI8:.t1F~MCUTIM-;AT.KALOIDSI Iawson# fi. F.. 4:(ffSYN9'MIS OF NICOTIANA ALKALt3:[D5, Frc._)s:L-,rsrico-n (Septc~,'c~r . a ~J 1~~ 0 n 0 1 J ~ ~.~
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/ ~: vc 1 t lU U 'U 1 0 0 6L Z9E0 LSZOS
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50251 0363 . i~Z9~; ~,'~~~~xk4Fw_TRIT~Fr3~S ~:7~b; STESCLS~ :. , ir... ;• ~, : ~ s .-i.`Y. .. t'1 l/'JLLLif; ...o s•ix y1' / xry \~ ,~
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~ 50251 0359 f ~ ;AID Snak-3]'.W~ «+oLZLyay.,,~ yay . / u I. 1. •t `1
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50251 0349 =BI0.S)J4'Fs~S;&M' k'X.VICOTXZ ~ACInt~'~HEtwZCA>~ ~23D- RADTOCHL3u'7CAI. YTEJ~S, s Dawson:,, P.:. P:+ 'I'HE' BIOSYNTH~SI.S 0~'NICO~F~NE FROM--NICOTINIC ACIDs CHEMICAL AND RADIOCHEMICAL YIELDS,by.'k. F.•Dawson, ~ .h. _R.. Chrikstman, •M. L% Solt and As P: Wolfs Reptirit' £rom:° Archives o£-'Biocheinistry: arid Biophysics 91 .(Na, .1) 1,44-150 (•November 1960) a ! :i
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50251 0366 . QD BIOSYN'fIIETIC PA'I'Iih'AYS_:IEN'HIGH&PLANTS ; 341 ~ P Fri,dSrm,,, J. B. l:;35}ad'xlL~'i'iC PAT:?'w~yS IId •U ' :~ :1 . Ay..6• :t :Ci T. J: B =dc: i9uS 212 page3 r,cad~:>;.~ 1'rece Lor.don r,~r•.-...~.~.~•....,•,.. n + 1:, ('t
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50251 0360 ~ VI ~ Be2 .:. ~ .RIpS'f°PTHRSIS; .aF. ,TBRPENES;..AND. S:'BROLS. INI , LNjG4?Tj1NA'. TABACUM. . Ab rerrlard, ?,. 3. BIGSFMI-iESIS G„ TERPL'iF.S /!,':l STi rOi..S Iib I•iICGTIAt?A lABACiIIi, by M. 3. Lzrr,qrci; P.. G. NLchos.].:; -;nd W. `n'. Feid. Australjun Biocihcm. Soc., Mectir:g, PuPer, A'ug`:jr 1965 - separate. 0 _,.-._..,...,,....,_.~,..._ ~ . (l f f; n n {1 I ~~~ x c;
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._._._ ._ ...... ----- , __._... ._.. _,.- .__-._..,_ ..__.._...._ _.,... .a 50251 0353 , 7OI,AGGO--COUTIARINS/ I'.JR CLASS `1M. PA:•iPIILET 72 VI I-Ii Fritig, B. ; l:i.rth, T.. (Institut Bota-aiqLe Strasbourg, Fr.) . t '~1~ttliiBj+Afi13'qGO~~I~riiE',+iS '1;c,T';aYv.~:iit'GC13:U..,TO: iGCO i LEAVES AQ%'D . ~ I Acta Phytopathol. 6(No. 1-4) 21-29 (1971) (;n English) *Y.ey,aords:* chlorogenic acid, green, constituent; ur:belliferone, green, cor.stitucr.t; scopoletin, green, crnsti.tuer.t;. c ~ ~ ~ T ` ~ *I972, No. 19, W. 8582* ~<d* ~ Tobacco chemistry: t1 o fn ei i
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. ~ . • w • 50251 0315 ;. V.1-G: CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ VOL. 1: IIYDROCARL'ONS/.. " "/IfALOGEN CO?•fP0U:i0S/ALCOIIOLS/PIIENOLS/I;TIIERS1 PEROXII)ES/ALDJ:}IYDES/I:ETONES/OUINONES/ ARO'1ATICITY/CARBANIOPIS/CARROCATIONS/ VOL. 2 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/PHOSPHOROUS COMPOUIdDS/NITRITES/;1TTROSAI4INES/I'1INES/NIT};ONES NITRILES/ISOCYANIDES/Ai•tINES/A'.•tINO ACIDS/: VOL. 3: SELI:NIUi•f/:'. - •.:/ORGA:dO?IETALLIC C.0'.•iPOU\DS/SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORC:ANIC/ VOL ORGANOSILICOiJ C0.'rIPOUNDS/BO:ZON--ORC:AP+IC CHE'•tISTP.Y/SILICON ORGANIC CI1't'OUii 1S/ SF.LENIU'~t ORGANIC C0:•iPOUNDS/TELLURIUi} ORGANIC CO`tPOUNDS/ . 4 : AZIN::S; -'VR T DINES/A7.OLES/?YRII)INI:S/QL'IP:OLIr:c.S/NITROGISN•-•-IIT:'"EPG:;YCLIC COXI'OUtri); OXYGEN-HF.TEi,OCYCLI:, COIIPOI:'3DS/SULFL'R---iIT:TI:ROCYCLIC . CO"-:POUIn'S/ISOQUIItOLIIqES/ VOL. 5: NUCLEIC ACIDS/PROTEINS/A"fQNO ACIDS/PEPTID}•:S/CAR?30IIYDRATES--CP,}:'dISiRY/ LIPIDS---CI}E'1ISTRY/LIPIDS--F;IOCIIENTSTRY/IiIOSYNT}iESIS/ALI'ALOIDS--RIoSYI~THESx S/ VITA;tIt: B 2/TERPENOIDS--BIOSYNTHPSIS/,CAROTE;dOIDS-•-BIOSYIlTIIESIS/VITA'fIN A/ ,~CF ANTIBIOTI~S/NUCLIASIDES/ F0: P.iYRIN/SHIKI`tIC ACID :•fi:TADOLITIS/ i OD Volume 1 JStereochemistry, fiydrocarbons, fdircd by 1. F. STODDART f 251 COMP ~EC ~~~Iv'v~ Halo Compounds, Oxygen Conipoundt UNIVtRS:TY Or f1/FIrn:Lb GO Volume x Nitrogen Col,lpounds, Carboxylic Acids, F.difed by 1. O. SlTf11LRLAIU W. DAV1D O..LIS. I .[..5. 1979 and Volume ~ Sulphur, Sclenium, Silicon, Boron, The Synthesis anU Reactions of Organic Organometallic Compounds Compounds Phosphorus Compounds Volume ¢ Neterocyclic Compounds CBAIkL4AN AI:I) DFPI'll' CIfAIR7dAY OF TIn. EDrTORIAI. BOARD SIR Dt:REK BARTON. F.R.S. Volumek [3iologicrd Compounds '~ `~ i f •' (~ t)Voli'~;ie 6' Formula, Subject, Author, r ORCAN(C CHEP0ESTRY Iteaction, nnd Itcagent Indexos utintzsm or Ln crrrooL Fdircd by J). t:EVILLC JONLS / tnw1 vsrrr or snrr IrLo tdnrd by P. G. SANtAtES / Tru: CnY LT.r.2vfnY. Lo.ToOn F.dde1 by L. IlASL.\,%! : un1.Tksnv or wrnrrLn Edited by C. 1. DRAYfON .~
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w --~.` ,41HEDtISTRY LEf'CL[2S, pp. 243-246, 1975. ;. Published by the Chomical Society of Jal~<ui ~ / ~f~ ~ ~z -7I JIOSYNTHE$IS,. OF' ID• F~OAMINO ACID IN' HIGHER PLANT.`~• * 5 P'• INCORPORATIQN ••O~_;L-LEUCINE AND -t-VALIIvE INTO GERAt3IOLAND CITRONELhOL ..n. .- . Takayuki SUGA, Toshifumi HIRATA, and Keiji TANGE Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Hiroshima University 14 Higashiser.da-ianchi, Hiroshima 730 U-(U- C]Leucine and L-[U- C]valine were incorporated into qeraniol (II) and citronellol (III) in Pelargonium roseum Bourbon. '!2e labeling pattern demonstrated that in the higher plant some of the 3,3-dimethylallyl pyrophosphates originate from leucine and valine, not via the mevalonoid pathway, but by some alternate route. Recently we proposed the possibility of a non-mevalonoid route for the bio- -:.sVathesis of ]irt.ilnnl (T1 frnm aminn x..:.i.. e....1. s.. ~......:.... ~., a..-.:-~ __ .`x-a _.__ . . i.~ 6 I ~ !s I~) (1 n o
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50251 0367 ~ QD1 8xosyAiTKi~.fC .TAT~~~S,::~DI:_MICROOR ti S.*ls[„usn`::~1r.0~'x~ { Oa tPI.ADiTS ' Grisebach, Hans. Iiiosynthetic patterns in microorganisms and higher plants ibyl 11. Grisebach. New York, j'Viley i19671 xl, 110 p. illus. 20 cm. (E. It. Squibb lectures on cbemistry of microbial products) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biosynthesis. 2. Plant physiology. 3. Diicro-organisms - Physiology. i. Title. (Series) I 1fg,D 415.G78 574.1'929 Library of Congress ~ 171 67-22412 - - • e (? ~ 0 0 n `~ r.1 I ~
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BIOSYSTEMATIC SiPECIES CONMLPT. 50251 0368 iuti43, h1e IC ~ 1 y t1 j , ~.4c•i i.. ~~: t=~:1o 1% ~. ~J 0 ; "~'.--...~.•a........-.,.. . . . . -.... _ , _ . . . _ . '
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50251' 0358 vi Be2 BIQSyNT ,.~'~~~ ~~~~, STER~ y~'~ . RTi~:RP:ETI~S~ 'N`':1~xC-~..;' . 2I~A?3~1~i3M F_RC~1K~~,. _ C~F~4EVAL4XAT~~, kETHICIATIIdEi{•'> L'H3)=l1ND:.T'tIEBFFEGT:,4P_INFIIBITOF.S_:ezc RNfd, S7. W. C:` SiI:ULS f:'vD 7RITrnFL:::;S Iti ~ 0L.1h.Y' ii.i,llCiJ'i I'P,O M,OM t? ,1.4;L) 'l-OtTALP .'"E r'':al "T T:T~'urr~~n S^ !} r:.li~ .1 a.. i i-.va by W. W. ~.efa z;na Ma"Its"Erio.t .7: Be(`ilni4. AustraiiLn filot-'hem. Soc., P`.eeting, Paper, 27 (Mi.7 23-26, ~ il () ()
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' 50251 0355 A DISSERZ'AT?O:~S--UNIVERSITY (1F i`1It~'i~I;SnTA/idICOTINL'--RItISY?dTl?I SIS--TOBACCO/ TS RJR CLASS NO. TI:XT}iDOI: TS ?2~0 f.:i ; <'6: 2240 Gi 11wrtson, 7'. J. ~ Gi 1967 (Univ. '•'inn., `'.i;r.~earoJi~ ~?•`•inn., U. S-.) mTIIR~ BIOSYNTHrSIS OF T]iE'~'YRP,OLIDINE RINC OF NICOTINE. Univ. Minn., Ph. 1). Thesi_s, 55 p. (Oct. 1967) (in English) .i y D7-0rnithinc-J:R -lsJi •.'iCl e.nd D7,-o.nithln^-1~5-15JJ•?C1 i were synthecized, nncl fed to stcrile root cultures of 3 J'icotin ;~ t=nl1--cun. 1;icotine iro.^, i::olnted nnd deornded. ~ The 115.-tir.:lno troup ti;us found to be the precursor of the ~ nitrogen oi' the pyrrolidine ring of nicotine. Pousib]e 3 bios~nthci.ic zvzthi:ni•s 1:cre discus sed. i C~ ! ~ i (1 ~1 C) f a ~~ :~ (l
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416 50251 0373 TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE/PLANT CELLS & TISSSUES--CULTURE/ pNA/ GENETIC ENGINEERING/GENETICS--PLANTS/GENETICS & MICROORGANISMS/. BIOTECHNOLOGY/FERMENTATION/PATENTS--MICROBIOLOGY/ U. S. CONGRESS, OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT/ QH 431 Un 1981 Impacts of Applied Genetics Micro-Organisms, Plants, and Animals OTA Reports are the principal documentation of formal assessment projects. These projects are approved in advance by the Technology Assessment Board. At the conclusion of a project, the Board has the opportunity to review the report but itp~relt~se dpes npt n~es~rily/mply endorsement of the results by the Board or its i~idivi8 al ~embers.
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II Bi5 50251 0374 ai. 1968 ,._.. lof.e ch_r~o lo~-:aad,:<B_ ~.oen~~~~~z~Effq ~~ 7 O:~i BaV t.r.':blin.7y. Bh~. Y:~ '`Mj• C"aa.. { i, t +~o 'rr ~ A.1 ~ A ct! C1 I 6 6 4 8
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50251 0372 FLAVOP.ANTS--BIOGI:NESIS/NEd PRODUCTS(FOOn), DEVELOP`tENT OF/ ! PLAhTS---I;TETAP,OLTS"1/ rRUITS/V1:TETAT1LES/LE(.U"iES/ PLANTS- -r IOCHE)ASTRY/ CEREAL GRAINS/SOYrEAN/PJ.ANTS--NOR*t01+IrS/1'RUIT--RTPr:VT1'G/ TP 370 flu 1978 0 POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY ~ AND t~3IOT'ECHNOLOGY ~ ' Edited by Herbert O. Hultin, Ph.D. UNIVERSITY OF MASSACHUSET9S DEPARTMENT OF FOOI) SCIENCE AND NUTRITION AAIHERST, MASSACIJUSF:TTS 01003 ~ Max Milner, Ph.D. I , MASSACFIUSE7TS INSTITUTF:OF TECHNOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIENCE CAMBRIDGE. MASSACHUSETTS 02139 FOOD & NUTRITION PRESS, INC. ,O\.WESTPOILT, CONNECTICUT 06880 USA ~. ;.~. . e ALo O•n 01~64b
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50251 0364 THE: $ZOSYNrHiaTs-'OF VI'frWIdS =A4vb-F.ELAxFD ' ALCOFYOllNDS . Goodwin, Trevor Walworth. The bios3•nthesis of ritamins and relr.ted comrouncls. London, -New York, Acadeinic Fre,;,3, 19G3. iz, 3Gti p. Illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. ~ 1. Vitamin metabolism. i. Title. QP801.VuG59 1.163 G1?.399 6.",-1-1041 Library of Congress ~' 151 e ~~ ~ tl (1 t1 '{1 1 6 () X 9
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50251 0375 i '///~'E R~'~3~s~~~®~ f~(•-lG~~~ SrC.~fl~l~S ~~il ~ ~}-S7~ D jJ~-~ Biofochnology and Bioengineering Symposiu* zNo:7`S'-.': BIOLOGICAL WASTE TREATMENT Presented before the Division of Microbial Chemistry and Tech- nolo; y at the 160th Natirmnl i\icetintc of the Atnerican Chemical Society, Chicago, lliinois, Jc1iLetnbcr 16, 1970 EDITOR: RAYMOND I'. CANALE ~ \ The University of Michigan 0 0 Cl ! fi b q 9 a
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r I .Y. ' .... ~._.. ..~.....r~...1J.u.1^:t.~.~..aS a . • i.; 50251 0365 •" Planta Med. 25 (4)366-372 (1974) 73 XV Re-74 BIOSYI3MESIS'-OF iVC?I;A'TILE-~OII:S"IN~SALVI&SCI:AREff."" ~:.'3i~I;''I'H8` G'~~RSEr t~lt'Cl~RhslNATION:;. ~ . ~ Part I . . I By G. VERZAR-PETRt and M. THEN 1Ve have studied the incorporation of 2-C" Na-acetate into the volatile oil components during germination of the Salvia sclarea seed. We observed the • d~anges in volatile oil composition and in activity by »teans of contact arrtoradio- graphy, thin layer ciiromatography and gas chromatography. It was f outrd that the radioactivity of nrarked i\la-acetate is incorporated into volatile oil. The two first ewrnpoursds of the biosynthesis - thujone and tinalyl acetate - show very high ' aetivity, whZe the activity of pinene is hardly evaltrable. Activity is gradually ex- .tending also to the other components. . • . . .; The dcvelopment and formation of volatile oils, their biochetuical course in the vegetable organism, are not yet clarified; their connection with the chief metabolic ' ~1 fl C) ' I <) 7
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I 1 A 1 qn 321 Ga 1976 50251 0379 i / J.N7.Y"'fES--INnUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS CF.LLULOSI:--F.N?.YMATIC T)ECRAPATION/ Symposium Proceedings, held at Newton and Natick, 1lassa- chusetts, September 8-10, 1075, under the auspices of the Ad- visory Board on Military Personnel Supplies, Nationul ftosearch Council; and the U.S. Army Natick Research and Development Command EDITORS: Elmer L. Gaden, Jr. University of Vermont Mary lI. Mandels Elwyn 7'. Reese Leo A.Spano BbLdwwloQy tamf E/oenqln•.rlnp Srmposlum _ ~ /Enzymatic Conversion of Cellulosic Materials: Techno!o0v and Applications 1 U.S. Army Natick Development Center 1970: an Interscience's:Publication published in cocperation with the National Academy of Sciences ~ byJohn Wiley & Sons NEW YORK • LONDON • SYDNEY • TORONTO 3 7~~71iw -7c ~ a
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f C1:I,?,Ci.l~yL/ L7CNII.'i i 50251 0378 anU V'~.ni;:."f~?'~r Ct~i"UC? - ~ Cellulose Co;,f"erence I'roecedi»"s, ]ield :~ndcr i.hc auspic:ea of the National Science Foundation ai t.L thlive;sity of Cal; fornia at Bcrkelcy, Jiu:c; 20 _27, 1974 LDITOR: C. R. %Viike 7)eparlnzont ,,f ('ircmical Enhrneerin(,f University of California Iierkeley, CaliJornia 1975: an lnteisCieriCe-*) PubliCa]iGn published by John Wiley & Sons NEW YORK • LONDON • SYDNEY * TO(tONiO 4 U i n Q(1 tl 16 6-- 5 2
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QP 801 As Biotin, 3rd. ed. /b . a 4 ~..."'..Ji. °. 2:Zll ed. A (1 I ~~ i ) o (1, 3.?Gw ints::v:i.E:nce h»<a Yosv
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i.:,S.1':SS> ~S tyN'; 'I1~F~. Y3rCQ1'I,~,°~idA;TAT;A('CP-! FRnM 2•.14C'l~ FVALnNfG..Iil:It3. z.-,~-~:°.CACErATE; Bernardt !•.crge-ret FiIbSS:.'fiL:SIS 07 Ti.R°...T'2dES Ai:D ST:?'s:JLS T..td Nla.OT11T:1. 3AnACUii %CV:7.~~'eV1SC ACID JW*fl 2-1't. E.r::.l.'1TL, by N,art aret Bc-mard, C. VdYer.tin-., 4^ci W. 41. aeic;. Tobacco Reser:ch Canrerer.ce 1964, Dept. I'1cnt Lnduatry, C.S.:..°..~J., Canbc,!r.:z, Austcnlia, paper, separat.c, 27 pp. (July 1964) - Manuscript.
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t! 6hlaehn0legt'eda 8foenginreNng Sympbsftim teo: 6'% QC 73 Sc 1979 /Energy Prod.ucticn andConservation i Proceedi al;s of the FirstOymposium on Biotechnolw- fn l-,nergy Production and Conservation Held at atlinburg, Tennefssr:e,l~~lay 10-12, 1J78 Sponsore~~bv the Department of Energy and thet0ak Ridge National Laboratory F.ditor Charles D. Scott Oak Ridge National Laboratory an IntcrscicnccO Publication published by John \Vilcy & Sons 0 o n n I ~~~~ Bcotcchnolom;/ in . i a
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i 50251 0376 ae, G . LUCOSF/k;'.ah:;x: ;iY/ 't'?IiL`'i`;,::i rHP,Q,S:~TGGFA,"IIIC A*;:~LYSI5 - :`7,';:,4,^ J~ L "~ I?.Y~ii,S--'::I;C'E:i:OLOGY/EV7.YTrpS--'MT,'U'i0L'IS~4/rNZYsES--Z:OD)}:?:CLATtJRii/ CNZY*fES--rr?DUSTRIAL APPLICATI0:1/Ftr'LYMES--BI05YNT-rIESIS/ ENZY;•i7:S--PL1RIFIC.1TIOtd/EN7.YrES--PREPARATZON AND ASSAY/ Bicstechnofogy ond Bioengineering Symposium : No., z , r- ;r• % T~'~rt~ Papers in part from the Engineering Foundation Cenfcrenee on "7:nm•me Enginccrinm,"Augu,t 9-13, 1971. lfetenil:er, New H.u-apshire, and the G-Itlt annual meeting of the .1tt7erican In- stitute of Chemical l:nbincers, Deccnibur 1, 1971, Saa Francisco, California. £DITOR: Lemucl B. Wingard Jr.~ Unit•crsifrl of Piffsbtcrnh and Stalc: Unicersily of Neto York- at Buffalo 1972: Interscience Pubtishers a division of JOf.\ 1Ci LE i~~- SO\'S NEW YORI:• LONDON • SYD\LY • TORO\TO ,.,~,... ~ •o 1 tl 0 n t.l 1 6 6 S 0
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50251 XX 21cF-Y-54*-7 3 ~ 0357 5,45- ' Ay L. .t. Mulhcirn ; SHELL RESEARCH LTD., MILSTEAD LABORATORY OF CHEMICAL., ENZYMOLOGY, SITTINGBOURKE, I:ENT . . . :. w • .. :' ~ .. -•.;. P. nQ nQ t'. J. iZamm° DYSON PEt:RINS LABORATORY, SOUTH PAR}:S ROAD, OY.tORD OXI 3QY • . i Introduction ne discovery of the intermediates and the stereochcmistry of the en--yntic processes by which squalene is biosynthesized from mevalonic acid has been described in a previous Quarterly Review' and in other reviews.=.' Application , of these results to studies of the later stages of triterpene-and sterol biosynthesis has proceeded rapidly over the past six years and, together with improved methods of enzyme isolation and chemical synthesis, is providing a detailed ~ picture of the complex reactions involved. This review dcscribc~s the main are~~s of rccent investigation, with particular reference to the mechanistic and stcreo- chemical results which have been obtained. Some properties of the enrymes mediating various stages of the biosynthetic sequence are also outlincd. Ai though many investigations have been concerned with cholesterol biosynthesis in animals, parallel studies on other organisms have also r..en repoited. Some __interesting_variations~of reaction sequence and mechanism are observed in {) ! t~ (1 tl f ) • ~ a
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1 Si 1973 ' i?,.''s Part i):c- Proceedings of the Ist International Symposium on "Ad- vances in Microbial Engineering", Marinnske Lazne, • Czechoslovakia, August 28-September 1, 1972 EDITORS: B. Sil;yta, A. Prokop, and M. Novak Department of Tcchnicm' Microbiology I nstitute of Microbiology Czechoslouak Academy of Sciences Prague 4, Czechoslovakia 1973: an lnterscience© Publication p~ublished by JOHN WILEY & SONS NEW YORK • LONDON • SYDNEY • TORONTO _ - 50251 0377 . ~ S1~sl'OSIr^.-_rRO,` I:IiUI;iGS/:ST.CF.OF.Tai.~i,~ i r IC; I'ATInN ---PzICI.OY,IU1:0( ; I CAJ. ~_ N~4tif~7hho~ogy anc!`~tnginee.~n,r, Sympo,t~'"' oe »PINFa4+ :~------ -- - Advances in Micr©bial Engineering . .- - - - r
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50251 0388 ai OD 1 Ad 1977 ~ STEROL SIDE CHAINS, MICROBIAt. CTJ?AVAGF, OF/MYCOTOXINS/ ;BIOTIN, MICROBIAL PRODUCTION OF/ANTIBOTICS, POLYETHER/OIL SPILLS/ PROTEIN PROCESS, SINGLE-CFLL, TECHNICAL & ECONOMIC ASPECTS 01'/ E ADVANCES IN pptied ~1 Mkroboogy Ediied by D. PERLMAN VOLUME 22 1977 ACADEMIC PRESS, New York Son Francisco London A Subsidiary ot Harcourt F3iace Jovanovich, Publishers : I
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50251 601 Co 1979 Volume 62 0384 ASCORBIC ACID/VITAMIN C/TH7AIqINF./LIP6IC AC ID & DERIV%TIVES/ PANTOTHENIC ACID/COEN7.Yk;E A (& derivatives)/BIOTIN/ PYRTDOXINE, PYRIDO};AMINE, 6 PYRIDOXAL:ANALOGS & DERIVATIVES/ QP Mcthocls ii1 F1t,-)'ni0ln9)' Vitamins and Coenzymes ~ ~ Part D EDITED BY Donald B. McCormick and Lemucl D. Wright , THF SI:ClIC1N OF filOCI1LMISTRY. h1OLECULAK AND CELL BIOLOGY CORNELL UNIVLRSITY DIVISION OF NUTRIIIONAI. SCILNCI.S AND I ITHACA, Nr.N' YORK ACADEMIC P1:ESS. Ne\\• York San Francisco l.ondou 1979 A Subsidiary of Narcowt Bracc Jci%ano% ich. Puhli.hers .o i n 0 n n i 1
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50251 0380 i SYMPOSIA/ PROTEINS-BIOSYNTHESIS/ 8lotechnotopy and Bloenglnecring Symposium XX MeD-77 Single Cell*Protein from S.P. Reeabled Nbl nw anonrenewae Resources No. 7 Proceedings of the Symposium on Single Cell Protein Substrates pre5enxed at the First Chemical Congress of the North American Continent, Mexico City, Mexico, November 30-December 5, 1975 i Editors: Arthur E. Humphrey University o/Pennsyluania Elmer L. Caden, Jr. U-iiuersity of Vermont 1977: an Interscience~~) Publication published by John Wiley & Sons NEW YORK • LONDON • SYDNEY • TORONTO 0 4 a
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, TS 2240 50251 0354 i ~ D f'`~,' .'r: Tc+.:i1i 0F 1.'. . ....5. . . . ~ 0 ~~ r, nn
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l/ Diotechnotogy and Bioenglneering Symposium 50251 0383 ~ 140.0 QC 73 Sc 1979 Bto,0chnolornr~in~. _.~.., E ner~Y`~''~~4i~i`~~i1~i _C4nset-vationu ;~. .. in.~f''1i i I) Proceedi gs of the Tr'irstvKymposium on BiotechiioloR in Energy Production and Conservation Held aqGatlinburg, `I'ennes ee, May 10-12, 1978 Sponsore y the ryi Department of Energy and the ak Ridge National Laboratory h:ditor Charles D. Scott Oak Ridge National Laboratory an lntcrscicnceO Publication published by John Wilcy & Sons . t. 0 1 tl 0 n 0 1 b t~ :,v .
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QD Bipher_ylene 305 Ca Alb 50251 0391 Cada, M. P. CFCLOBUTAAII:N;: AYD F.EUTBD C0?9P0;,'NDS (Organic Chemictry, A Seriea of ;;flneArapnn. Vol. 10), by M. P. Cava, and M. J. tiitchcll 1967 503 PaEas Academic Prese Mcw York ..-.,-..,.,.~ ;,~..,.-..~.,..s.~...~, ,,,..,-.,~..~ .~.~ Q I t~ f1 t~ f~ 10' 6 6 S
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50251 0356 416 R ~~L,~ KYE~s`Y:a'f~?~S~S 4CF ::S`1~~;C~tfS;":•rFRPR,~ES_,. ~1NQ.'ACET0(; F,NI N S s Ricnnrds, John H. 2'uE BIOSOF S~2~IDS, 1't'.?PF:!ti S, AND JA.CETtXMUfiS, by Jc+h-r- H. P,ichzrds t~n;i Jaai^s R. Hendrick.5on. Frontiers in Che,a is*_ry. 1964 416 p. W. A. BPn,jamiz, Inc. New York - ~.~: ; .•-- - ~,-.~.-r.. ....- ~~~ f ~ i i1 0 i 1 ~i ~,' ~ •.~ ~? .5 ~
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. 50251 0392 1977 (~~ ~ .~. t17~l.Eero''ca11~p_uler Te a ELECTRIC ENGINEERINC--HANDI30C1KS, MANUALS, F.TC./ t The Enqineeriny Staff of QA TEXAS INSTRUMENTS INCORPORATE[: 76 Semiconductor Groun ~ar 4.' . .~r'r.... ' pn ~; Cbfrbnnts .k UatabOOK, r ~ for w: Desigtj,. Engineers !1 (1 n n ni z' ),'ir't Edition IEXAS)NISTRUiNE'NTS INCURPOi2ATED i . : . ~
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. .... - --- .~ ..~_.~.. - i 50251.0387. A:+711I:A2yILA'II: ,r,`;'NT]IETAS: ; C]II:O`tATIIi/T;tl. i;SC:LUTA'", IN ASI:S/ TKi']dIDYLeiTi: S5:?;7~ii:T.'~S1:jI;I011'a:i;ICi:Ia1ES1S? tiiAliSP~1kT•l.idD '.i:I1:I:: _I:Ehiilr~'i ION% i:fSINT; Tff:TAC01,ISM BY CLOSTRI7IA/_ 6o_~.QD Ad f~,1_~ Y~i:\T~:1'aS Tl~ ~!1~i ~JY1\%1Ih.V~r~z,Yr A 1 1973 AND REL:I7Y:DARi:AS O'r'.4fOLl:'CULAR: lOLOGY I'bunded by F:.;'. NOiID I:dilcd by Al:]'0\ MIlaS'T?:)Z CORRI7LI. U\IVEKSITY t,f::UICAL COLLEGE, i.Et'; YOktK VOLUAII: 38 1C173 AN 1NfFJiSCIC\Ck: ~ Yl'kSL!CATIOti JOHN N7. ILM• & SONS Ne'.v York • London • Sydney • Toronto ~ c~ ~ n o n n 1 5 6 6 1
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50251 0398 RJR CLASS h!q. TE:XTDUqK RC 327 R o 198? Rockstrah,B. ;E] bert,T. ;~i~tt'"- 1~~. ;Lutzenberger,W. ; ~t....a SLOW BRAIN POTENTIALS ANI) BEHAVIUR. Urban & Schwarzenberg.Br71la.Mare, MA.E32. (IN : ENG. ) I S h! = 1561 0 1 o 0 n 0 I:S ti 7 ;'.
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50251 0395 ' a ~inrridi. e-3ri tobacco smoieo. MZ:i: nl=: D^S O~rI+:~°: ~ .. mlS ZIGAr; (! ~Io rrn ;3.r,aD G; , :;:L:~nnt, otho: j: la ~a s of' i3. ~.qY, „ e.L.ot:~. ) ~ b7 f"uxf:i~rs I,.rrI Sc.xi '~ ~ ~ Cj: tt ~ ~ ~ v ;ad F OiJ~rt z'i 7494,2 f+ ~ f1 ~ r t i ~ :Z r~ 1.
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Biotin--Biosynthesis. Ab 50251 0385 GC3fiCf-.ik!'I.- of . .. i. .:.? .. ~ 24 n V. ~ ~ n n n ~ n 1 5 b
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(i` QR 151 In 1978 0 I ,0 • ; 50251 0382 CHF.MISTRY- -CO':~IPUTERS/ ; w O j C mpnter Applications in rmnntafion TechnoiogY ~ Proceedings of the Second lnternational Conference on Computer Applications in rermentmion Technology Held at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, August 28-30, 1978 Sponsored by The Nationnl Science Foundation • and the University of Pennsylvania Editor an Intcrscicncc` Publication William I3. Armigcr published by John \\'ilcy d: Sons BioChem Technology. Inc. . U''f 6 6:~ ~ 6 I, • .f.. ~ , i I
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50251 0396 76 II Rei 76 S.P. ~ . ~ y- -' P/antfd Cell Phrriol. 15: 341-349 (19741 N.1 Zieslin, I. (Biran 7 d A. H. f Halevy The effect of growth regulators on the growth and pigmentation of "OBaccara" rose flower Department of Ornamental Horticulture, The Hebrew University of Jerusaletn, Rehovot, Israel "Baccara" rose buds were treated with various growth regulators during late ftages of bud developmcnt. The effect of these substances on growth and pigmentation were determined. Growth regulators were applied by spray or injection or'as a lanolin paste, also in the nutrient media on which petals were cultured in vitro. Injection of GA into the base of the receptacle caused elongation of the bud whereas IAA, K, ABA, AMO-1618, CCC, and SADH had little or no eRect. CCC and NIcCI-F did not reduce the elongation caused by GA. GA treatments aiso enhanced flower weight and petal pigmentation and MeCI-F decreased the gibberellin effect on pigmentation. GA treatments of intact flowers and excised petals cultured in vitro, were only effective at low temperatures. Gibberellin treatments increased the size of petals, the receptacle and the pedicel Treatments at lower positions on the flower- . 4 I f} . n. R~t ~ h 7 n .,,
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50251 0389 On"~ TH&6-i F3f~ti~° Reqiairemen't Of, ;Ar throbacter~ Olobiformis. Cna.y, u. C, S. ...• ; ,,.,. .w L•y :. -.. („ .. . ~'. ~ ~ t:~....:: ..~.. ,, .?ian cad 1. L. . S ~Av ~Yla ~•iY. l'n~nt~'! rr~ .~ntt`£. kt:~!'ob; t3? . g, 1..=}^._~1~ ~SS': 21 l<~ go "r. to - 6 -M .-*, c 0 0 tv () I :~ ~~ ~t: ~J t 3
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50251 0390 ~• Ancsthc•inlogy v42. nuJ. N.,: 1'RS 'T 3a',S-3_5'l Laboratory ~ie~ort !i1 Du2.- 7s' ,z61 ,~QL~I~CII ~ . 1' ]4~_~ ~Q,.t~:x~s ~-~~~t:r~r.t-d~~~~__ . ~ -~': ,, _ .~~~~ ~~'~ i~~~ .rz ~ ~;~~~-~~r= Gertrud W. Mergner, M.D.,' David A. Blake, Ph.D.,t Martin Nelrich, M.D.$ a ~? $ ! ~ fl ~ (1 1 a i~ ~~ ~?
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t t CoA (1970) 50251 0400 BirchIIravid :I:. - a THE Ec:UNOrlTC FUTUF:E fl? CITY IM SUBURB. (Co:x~iL.cc for EconomIc Development, Supplemmntary Paper No. 30) 1970 44 pages Comm:ttec for Economic Ne,W York Devalopment 0 , .... ~... ,. t) (1 f: (z ! '~ i~ -? !
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50251 0347 i 73 XV Re-78 S ~ P~ AtCMVE9 Ol% bt0CHEM197RY AND BIOPffYSIC9 179, 257-~65 (1977) • ~ ;; Biosvrith.esis of PAonoterpenes: Partial Pdrificatior and Characterization of 9,8-Cineo(e Synthetase from Salvfa officinalis' r RODNEY CROTFAU! AND FRANK KARP Dcpzrtment nfAc.,riculturat Chen,_ist7- an,! P-r3ram in Biochentis!ry and &upl:;;sirs, tT'as?:er.gto n S:ate ' Uniucrsity, Pullman, Washington 99163 Ileceived July 23, 1976 tterocyclic monoterpene 1,E-cir.eole is one of the major components of the volatilc+ ~.i~ by sage .(Salvia officinalis), and soluble enzyme extracts preparcd frorn age leaves cataly7ed the anaerobic conversion of the acyclic precursor neryl rsphat.e to 1,8-cineoie. 1 his enaymatic activity was partially purified by a combi- !~S ~ )f ammonium sulfate. precipltuition ar,d chromatop,rap!iy on hydrozylapatite, and k of the competing activities. including phosphatases, were removed from the ation. Cincole synthctase activity had a pIl optimtun at 6.1. The rate of I,R- ~. formation was lincar up tc, I h, a,id up to a protein concentration of 450 µgimi. A ,nt cation was requircd for catalysis, and maximum activity was obtained with (I tnt-t). ZnCIJ w•as nt~arly as c4lcctivc as ti1nCl2, and 'Mt;Clz could suhstitute for ', only at tcnfuld higl:er concentrations. I'he apparentli,,, and V of the enzyme wete ,A a.rrd 5.6 nrnol/h-me-ml, respectively. Inhibition of activity was observed at nrryl ~e~ `q P~~r ~ ihhb ~r t ti • U• 2 x 10 ' P: l l h h G7dih d a oncen ove e c a ero ?ispons a nt.,ate,,-ro- ncly p osp y 1 pyrophosplrote, citro:.ellyl pyrapho.;hhate, and 3,7 dilncth} loct} l p.r7ophosphale C~r i~ractiif as ~ubst)tte ~A,r 1,R•cineo!e biosynthesis. indicating that the pyrophos- l.) I ia.c and both duublcl>oads of nctyl pyrophcs;ih;:te w•cre required for catalysis. Gcranyl p}•rcnhcsnhri!c s.ud linaloyl P}•ruphu!~phate wcr~, cunvcrtcd to l,i?•cu ~ul at ouly 9 ~)trd / i .rr.
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50251 0397 ...M..% Journal of Experimental I3otany, Vol. 25, .Vo. 87, pp. GJ2-7. Auouet 1978 Ir- ~---------- ~ Journal of Erperimcntal Botany, Vol. 25, No. 87, pp. G2,t-31, Au9uat 1974 .... 's,~ ~1-76 Factors Determiuling Petal Colour of Baccara Roses ,.~~ ~ . II. THE EFFECT OF PIO.l1ENT CONCENTRATION III. EFFECT OF THE RATIO BETIVEEJY CYANIN AND PELAROONIN •I. BIRAN, Di. ROBINSON, AND A. H. HALEVY Department of Ornamental Horticulture, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Rehovot, Israel ABSTRACT , `Blueing' in young and senescing petals was compared in the red rose cv. Baccara. The `blueing' of senescing flowers is accompanied by a bathochromic shift in the light reflectance curve, a rise in the pH value and a decrease in the malic acid concentration of the petal tissue. These factors indicate that a complex with a co-pigment is produced. Similar changes were not found in the `blueing' of young flowers, where a decrease was found in pigment concentra- tion per unit weight as well as per unit area of petal. A similar 'blueing' was achieved by diluting a solution of crystalline cyanin. The phenomenon of 'blueing' by dilution is discussed in the light of Bougeur's law. . 7 ~,r ~~ 'l
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~ 50251 0405 F0nn--Sr*1SnP.7 F.!FAT.TIATTr)1,'/Fnnn--TFRTITpF/Fnnn--T^'rRr.,nTFr)TS/ Fnnn--rnl,r)nS/*fFAT/FTSH/f;n;~'FFrTTONFRY--TFyT1TRr/Fnnn, 1.Tn1!Tn/ MnNi:T.1:IN/STdF.F.TF*IFRS /FT.AVnRAVTS--FnnT)/PRnTF.TNS---S[IFF.TF*iFRS/ a np 456 1Ii 1977 .`1 ~.. r, , , SENSORY P1R0~'ERTIES OF FOODS Edited by G:~G: :BIRGH, J. G. BRENNAN and K. J. PARKER APPLIED SCIENCE PUBLISHERS LTD LONDON U; i; t) n C~ 1 :~ h y ,IU/C2=e/
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i 0393 -/PIiYTOTOXINS/ RICE/ RADIOISOTOPES/ RADIGISOTOPES-BIOLGGICAL APPLICAtr0NS/ QP 941 Fr 1974 PDDL ta)d Mcchariical College, Ph.D., 1974 Agriculturc, plant patholcgy SCbm Pm'1:RI'IES OF A 7101I~ I'fb1XK33) BY DISEASED B1F10~IARIVS f.iZI"1.AE. .~, FRFDfRICK, Larry Joseph, 1935- 77ie Lo.risiam State Univcrsity ar.d .~v,ricultvral ~ ~ n n nn I .5 6 6 7 a I
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I 0L6I )I2IO.C r11:IM - NOCI N0"I - LNVQ 1t:11-SP1V CI:LLIL`IZ ~C[~I~dG~IO~ JI~l[E-[S["[~ICId 2I3[~1~IS'la 001 l,ady 1s(Z uo fYo/orrr~.~,~/ Mnv J.urxdS, pooj ~o J~ntrlS+/1' UUIlUi,)O,t's'U tlJ f.~Olor/lIJJ/ I)pp,/ J'o JyJNo; /ras~ra~~'ro rmrrs•oJru.is rro~ivl,~Jo-o~ .f~rsa~ NoSr[noD fl 'D PtIL NJauD 'J Tq PJj!ha S7.LN2ICrA1I0fi?1V,7 CI LLt~'[:[2I C1KV S C l 1 1 CI ! 1.7 ~- SOD1 L rA w.! / S('1V'I--S3A LL IQQV--Q00:I EOhO 1SZ05 ..: 'IQ(Id 0161 Tu TZ£ Q()
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QD 421 Bipyri_dir.e -B 50251ft394 B*Sto Iiane.Z ERG-'•S::;a:;E IwR AIFJ:LCID •• C'su :T.~.' BIS 190,00 Wvcr Ieemndti'ror :~cre:ulceichUpucIC der Fbr1.tla ch..~-3.tto svIt 1Q,.C0. IC)61 : Cr p. Akadea.tc- Ver2ag I3grlin 0
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*251 0410 SMOKING HABITS--PSYCHOLCGY/ , . TOfiACCO--SMOKING--RELINQUISPi1G/ . ?3XLi2 c;J: CLASS Nn. PAy'?HLF T 7-, X Lil s,~s:.. ..._, r. P. . ._. ::`.. .:.'t A T i Is. , i..:D ._: .: I ;ill1:. .":..:CS.:,C) :: JIF1: !1::~.. . ,- ~..t~c.'.... . ......: TOR. Jo•,a. Consult. Clin. rsy ao1. 40 (::,o. 1) 92-1,5 (1973) (in A I C ~:• ~{'~r:) ..~1 ~,l~:a}~ ° • ic. , _:o ;na1v•;iS. ~ i
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50251 0411 [i E~ C1 ~i .; QH 541 An :Bir~ch;'~.. C.,' jt• aut. do A•au L3! StT.f,l/V 1.S`317 A•1D tX77iT..,i:. i •.=T C:%5...l-Vi7,J, by H. G. I.rdr~~.•a~tY~a,r~~.•a~tY~a, -nd I.. C, °i.veh Univa_°sii:y o!' -..,.-.~~..-.-.~-.....a.,....,.....-a..,- .. ..~~.~,^..-_.~,..~...,..e. . . . -- .
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' Corbohydratr Researc,,h~. 87 (1990) :6? -~72 / ~ ~ 50251 0 sfer cfeniTc~ubtishing Company, Amsterdam - Printkd in The Netherlantls /'~~tiif--C ~ U01 ~ ~b' ~'~'- / ~ , A'o rp 78 III Py-$1 /)THERMAL ANALYSIS OF 1-DEOXY-I-GLYCrNO /'RUCTOSE AND 1-& S. P, I ALANINO-I-DEOXY-D-FRUCTOSE/ : 0 0 0 ~ S RjWWARt) T.'BIRCN, JOHN LELIEVRE, AND EDWARD L. RICHARDS Ittt d T h l M U' 'r 01 1 N h(N ~ Z ! i d F D f eparlmeiu, assty ntvtrsr y, a mers on or tK ea a f n oo ec no ogy (Received December 14th, 1978; accepted for publication in revised form, October IOth, 1979) ABS'IRACr . Aspects of the pyrolysis of 1-deoxy-l-glycino-D-fructose and I-fi-alanino-l- deoxy-D-fructose are reported. Thermal analysis and parallel chemical investigations demonstrate that formation of these Amadori compounds provides a low-energy route to the thermal degradation of their amino acid and sugar moieties. Furthermore, the pathway leads to the production of increased quantities of various aroma com- pounds as compared with controls. Pyrolysis of the 1-amino-l-deoxyketoses also produces the toxic compound protoanemonin; a degradation pathway leading to its formation is proposed._ _ --- fl i r7 n (t fl I ') 6 7 r
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vi P04 50251 0416 p:1:: tor ,r C m 7C a BAC: J ;~°_ i ~ :,. .-,...... : R7 V, j'ar'ti.nr ~.-..r.. a 0 I l~ ~~1 tl I iS t~ ~~ 0
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A,r6 :rrnl fllul Vol N4 pp. 461 1n. // p 7gJ a{amon f'rca Ud 197Y. Pnntcd in Grcal Bnluin XX MeF- -316-80 50251 0408 SHORT COMMUNICATION TASTE ACUITY AND COMPOSITION OWSALIVA IN MAN 1i:'G : SiRCtt and A. RAY National College of Food Technology, University of Reading, St George's Avenue, W:ybridge, Surrey KT13 ODG, England (o4 S~ ~ Lj ' 1 Summnry-Ingestion of lOg glucose (50ml of 20 per cent solution) neither increased the concentration of glucose significantly in saliva nor changed the threshold values of either glucose (sweet) or quinine sulphate (bitter) 30 min after ingestion. Ingestion of 50 g of glucose (250m1 of 20 per cent solution) significantly raised the glucose of saliva but did not alter the threshold values after 30 min or even after 5 min. This suggests that a suprathreshold level of glucose does not in(luence the threshold of bitter or sweet tastes and establishes that existing threshold procedures, employing successive tastings of increasing concentrations and a short water rinse between each tasting, arc adequate in experiments designed to determine taste eG:,cts after alterations in composition of saliva. . . . ~- -
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~ V1 50251 Ol115 I i Po6 jt. aut.~ Porter, h. [C. R.;SIlIMTZ(3ii !*zD Rt;isrIR;.'I'ION BT TOBACCO LEAF 7~ISSZr. A Q:~,~.~rzT; T1vj: Sl~'DY US?t~G CI4, by R. &. Porter and i, p, Kfrd. Photostat frsn.: Indlan Jour. Plant Fhysiol. 5 (No. 1/2) 5-32 (1962) .y ' , ,. {~ ~ i; 0 ~?:: (1 1 ~ 6 0. 9
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50251 0417 1 141'~ ~_...,,.-_.... ,T3Af .3'oseph G.`, ~t. sutror'+ DiuSsQr, Ruth D Dfodcrii pharmacology arid therapeutics iby) Ruth n. 3Susser tandl Joseph G. Bird. New 1 ork, A A. iaclnillan, 195S. 824 p. lllus. 22 cm. 1. Pharmacolo,"y. 2. Therapeutics. x, Bird, Joseph Gordon, 1915- joint author. R111013187 ~ j 615 57-5044 j Library of Congress L5Sq101 a : nn . (] i a ti ~) I
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50251 0420 . k_~~•qs~, ~n. ECOilJi^iCL' Dl.-7. r ~ . .~ S;U• ~f ~ ! l~l~i .1. s•i j . U. S. E.2pt. : ;r:.c. k'aahtfi-tan 0 I :,
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73 II ::m PDDL A";:t Tt1'r, t:! t i/itd titl: 1'O:;Cr'.. Atile;'1ci111 CRt2L^.iCit! CQ:;].f?('y rle10 scr.:c:S, JFlpn No. 561, ;.idg 'j "°~.en ~:nr; `43i(!ct:les" ' CI t i? 0 re rf I 7 3 50251 0399
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50251 0370 i XXI Me-79 ON EIOTPCIII"OIACICAL RFSPAP.CH OF TI:R PRODUCTION OF GLUCOSR- S,p, FRUCTOSE SYI:UPS. PART. 3. KINETIC INV)'sSTIGATIONS ON IT`i;'SOBOLIZI:D 'i GLUCOAAtYLA S N, . I . Iti'~/~) ell !~- L ~_~~, ~ L-1~~ ; , ~ _ S = i i Ur~tersuqhungen imr~cbil';~' rfcr,p41 ,~ ~~s~'Y' ~X W~ ~ ~~r~, Von J. Hollo, A. Hoschl:n und E. Laszlo, Budapest J I3cschrieben w•ird di: Flerstcliung %,on immobilisiertcr Giucoamylase. Iti,her iiblichc Methoden werden erl;iutcrt, bett•ertct und cincr verF;lcichbaren L'ctrachtung untcr7ogcn.ll'citerhin «,crdcn cine neue hicthodc der (mmoSJisicrunc und die ch,trakteristischen Eigcn- schaftcrn dcr entsteF::r.den Produkte vorecstellt. Die Kinetik der irnmobilisierten Glu:oamylase wurde untcr vcrschicdcnen Bcdin- FunEcn in Rilhrbchzltern. Durch0uf3riihrbchaltcrn und Saulenreak- toren bestimmt. Zudem ticird die Entteicklung einer optimalen Nutzbarmachung dieser Methodc und ihre Anwendung bqi der }icrstellungvow lucpse-WctalSt Sifrn"skuicrt. a b 4 On liiotechnological Research of the i'roduction of Glucose-Fructose Syrups. I'art 3.l:inctic Intestigations on tmmohilized Glucoarn%iase. 7 he production of immobilized glucoam}•lase is descrihed as uell as methods used so far, which are commentcd. compared vnd c%aluated. Furthermore, a netit• method of immobilization aad the characteristic properties of the product arc prescntcd. D.termination of thc kinetics of immobilized glucoamylasc was carried out in batch, stirred-tank. continuous flow stirred-tank and column reactors. Jn addition to that, devclopmcnt of an optimum method of utilization in the 4technology of glucose-fructose-syrup production and its application arc discussed. . rt-.
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50251 0404 & F0OD- :CF./]"":OTI:INS1?I TI!'i: Vl1Lt7E/}.1'A')7ING TOXl.CANTS--FOOD/F00?)--TOXICANTS/IiEAi.Ttl hQOllS/EO(ND--LAId AM). LLGItiLATION/. LAW--r00D/PTET---IdUTitTT1:ON/ /FOOI)--I1TI:TF.'1'IC/ NUTRYTION/NATIONAL COLLI:GE-'OI` FOOD TECHNOLOGY/NATLIR7:L' FCOr~S/ .. I ~ T A ~ .~, ~`~ NT_ ~ j 1. J ~_~ An lr,dustrv-1!ntvcrs:fy co-oc,,?ratio : S~::pcsiu~~ orF,ani;r^,I under thc auspices off the Nation.:1 (:ollci;e of Foed Techno].o;;y, lluivcrsity of Reading, on 27th and 28th March, 1972. F. GRIa:N, ttnd L. G. I'Lf1Sf:C;TT ~ A IlALS7LD )'K!.`;S itOUf: ~ J011N 1VILL1' & SONS ~ YkT Newor-oronto /77/_ i i ~ i o n () 1 '.'3 !? 7 Ci
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50251 Oy06 QD 321 Sh 1975 /SUGAR t4I:TABOLISM/ M1;DICINE/ FOOD-.-SUGAPS/ FERM'riATION/ /ENZYMES/ BROWNING RI:ACTION/ HYDROLYTi.C ENZYMES/ . . SUGAR CHEMISTRY by R. S. SHALLENBERGER lrofeaor of Biochemistry, New Yor1 State A.ricultcra! Lapoiment Snofion, Cornef! Uninreify, Ctnew, New YorA, !lnited Stater of AmcrKa and `G. G. BIRCH Geetunrr, Nat(ona! Collere of Food Technology, Feoding Uniocrsity, U'ry6rid(e, Srrrey, United 1:in.dom WESTPORT,CONNECTICUT THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 1975 a U I no n
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50251 0411 S DESIGNING 'A FREEZE-DRYING PLANT : SOME ECONOMIC CONSIDERATIONS. . 1964, 8 p. U. S. Department of Agriculture.,Diviaion of Information.'.OMS _ Washington . 0 C~ f~ n ri. o
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50251 0333 81 II Ca A* . By LVIGI CANONICA, hAOLA CiItAMATICA, PAOLO MANITTO,• an(1 1)IEGU MONTI Jour. Chem. Soc. ') 1073--1075 (1979) POLYPHENOLS/ Biosyntbesis of affeic Acid in Ocimum Basilicum L. =f. .. , .......y (Islitulo di Cldrnica Organica della Facolla di Sciensi, Universit(I di 111ilano, e Centro per lo Studio delle Sostanze Olisanicler. Naturali del CNR, Via Saldini 50, 20133, Alilano, Italy) Suntinary During the transformation of L-phenylalanine It was suggested that the cartx)n atum exchanrir• r<,ulcl into caffeic acid, a precursor of eugenol in O. basilicum, result frenn tlie deulrL<rsylatiun uf an o.N•timnatr•<1 < inn;uni, a partial Cl exchange of the carboxy carbon with that of aciil (3)-(S) with sinnrllaneuus or 1.Ner incurpuratiun ~if :tn a CI donor occurs. 'extra' CI -unit to rebuild tlle phenylprup,rnuid skch•t1,n y Our observations were cl:rinie<1 tu be incorrect by Kli.<a1i<I el al.4 since they observed no chany;e of tlrr 31{: '1(: rati-, THE biosynthesis of allylphenols in plants is still a matter of frum precursor to eut;enul when ['+CO,11; O('11t311'i:;lu- controver,y, in that results from precursor incorporation cuferulic acid, ['4CH=OH; OCIIx'H]-, <iml ('a(''ll<<)11 - experimcnts have been interpreted in a cuntr.rQictury glucoconiferyl alcohol wcre arlniini.tcreQ tu 0. Ausilirluu manner. \1'e first reported that the synthesis of eugenol '(:cmrcese'. More recently, hum.rver, Scn:rnayal«• rt al.c (8) and methyleuqenol (9) in Ocinturn basilicurn strain found that the methyl (if inethiunine is iur4rrp1rit(•J 'Genovese' [and of chavicol (10) and estral;olc (11) in O. specifically into the terniinal lKNition uf the cIllyl tii(IC basilicuin strain 'Napoletano') prtweeYts from pheuyl- chclin of eugeuul in Cinnamonruur seadruricran, a n•.ult .elii( Ii alanine'-I via (1:)-cinnamic acid (2)' and involves an agrees with our previous findings. We rc•lHirt herr .oui<• exchange of the y-carbon, in the basic C,-C„-('W-CY results which might reconcile all experimental oLs<'rvati„ru skeleton, with that from a donor molecule (e.g. methioninc).r su far reported on allylphenulh biusynthe,is. --- r) 0 rl (l I~ ti t7 t;
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1 ' ief. 50251 0423 ~ Z ` 5331 rti Birds. i iliiuc, i.orua `,N0!'iT;3 API:"..^.iCe;td '.3I'iI'.3, by l.orue 1`:iinL und 1'.aY?ez°y rlilne. 196il s4t) f.~agaD PrenE:fee-RD11, Inc. Eizgl.e::cad C1± f.!, , X. J, 0 •--. ~ _:., ~ ~...<......... C) i i ~ n (1 9 7
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QD 411 BZ a 50251 0413 Transition metal itrtermediates in organic synthesis, by C. 11'. Bird. London, Lohos P.; New York, London, Aca- demic P. t19671. vii, 2S0 p. tables. 221 c-m. GO/- Bi~rd: CI~~•e'WiY r Includes bib!io;;raphies. (B67-2245^) 1. Or-nnoroctailic rnmIaunds, 2. ChFniistry, Organi(--S3-nthecis. 3. Transition nietal co-npuunds. i. Title. QD411.B5 f.--. 547'.45 Library of Conbress t ,---~ ,G8h5 - G7-214 71 a U I i; J fl f): 0 1 i 6 A 7
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50251 0414 i 9 P.ychopharmaoologia (Berl.) 9, 81-9.`', (1966) , 80111 Ey-80 OriQinat Inaeatiyations • Oripinatsr6edteN • Traoauz ortyinaws S.P, A Double-Blind Outpatient Study of Diazepam (Valium) and Placebo • RALFH GC\DLACII, DAVID hi. E\GELHARDT, LEON- IIANKOPF, HERBERT PALEY, LEO-N RL'DORFER, and E1TA BIRD4 Psychiatric Service, Kings County Hospital Center and Deparlnient of }'sychiatry, State University of New York, Downstate ),fodical Center, Brooklyn, New York Received April 30,190 The establishment of chlordiazepoxide (Librium) as an important psychopharmacological agent in the treatment of anxiety and related symptoms has led to the exploration of the class of compounds of which chlordiazepoxide is a member, the benzodiazepine compounds. One that has received considerable and sometimes glowing attention is diazepam (Valium). A re.zew of the literature indicates that while there are careful studies on inpatients there is an absence of controlled, double•blind ~tu a of diazepam .vith utpatientn, who may constitute a quite 'diff-Tint poptilatiorh for i'rea~ment purposes.
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:~C MeF-C-2n --1 3 "Me ~tarkct ~25 (3) •3fs-i()0 (1.9i3) a3P~ . • egrEe of G.-,l2lijJllSltEor, of 11-;~~~ket ~~~ket~ Rice .py 6tr.(A 01-eh'and R. ). Priestiny, Wzybrid'ge, Surrey (Erg?and) ft251 0402 ,_ ....1 .... • i( metl°a+: for determining droree of oelatinaatinn of rice starch or rdct ;icur, !,•asei on the ••r» y- ' loselior:nr blur +..~a!u.e aner desperc:on in al~e!i, has been orv:!oped. 7vr rru:i,od can i-e u;ed tc . follour tne course of cooking o;" rice u^aer dq;erent con.l:::ons, and has neen diisicri rgs:ait a novel ir.frared trcknique Jor relating degree of gclati::isa:ion to t'r••e Fbe:romenon of hya.ogrn bor.ding. (Zasar,+menfassung siear St::e 100; Resurre d la p.rgc 100) a d,'rs sw';v ntrcduction . a u: desire:! tcmp_^: a'tJrL' fvr dttTe:cnt peY]od~, then draiir ~ ing, rinsing once with coid water (2 ml/g of rice.) thci drain- n s:uc;ies `onctrned a•ith the devclopment of quick cooking ing and drying as above. i,:t p.odu:ts in ths laboratory it became necessa.ry tc assess For determination of tl:e anvlose/iodine blu,_ valae 0.2 Q, uf he rz,ent of processing of intact rice grains by one or ground dried rice star::: or flacr Were addvl ro 9S mI ^•.ter, tiu d,anms kac;wn to t:;k;; p,iac:e during cooking. 2 n .rcated with . ral 1., N;.,_KnFi solutic a^a ~ - 11Lti....~-....•.- ~ - 7 7 m o {} i i ? n n () i 1
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BiYd; Alvin N:; Jr. (Jt. Athor) xhva"c, Alners: L., Jr. A PJRTFi:I)LE P:a)".'L:;I:ii: ti~`iD ?'AR'!'_Ci:E SLZE ANAi.YZER, by A1beY: . Ti........z, .. ~ ' tr • Alc.in ~D.' i•.4rr1., Tr: ~ .a ~..~...w Robert R. Co11ir2 aiid nresiUa C. itir.e 3r.etrument Soc. Amer. Jour. 8(;<o. 7) 52--36 (1961) 0 , f1 11 (? 0 1 • i 11 - t i li
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50251 0426 A~ Microfilm I)T.:+.RT.11'IOtdS--1iVIVhkSITY OF DE:~'1~FR')ICTIO:d/ 197 . To1;ficCO--52;Oi:ItiG -FSYCti0LOG5'/ & Lft2I -~EitSITY 0I see OF UEP:i1iF:, Thesis t4 - AN M'F:STIGATION OF T1:E ttaster 1 ( . I ; i (1 n ~1 ! pSiCHOL0GLC4L FACTORS OF TOBACCO ADDICI'IO'J. (June 5, 2954) 4,4pp. by: Patvin- r'r Bir~andi~~ ~• of Arts Thesis, Universi ty of Denver,
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50251 0409 1 lEHAv10R THERkPY 6. 475-487 (190) A Behavioral Analysis of Problem Solving in Distressed and Nondistressed Married 80 II Ey-81 S.P. and Stranger Dyads JOHN P. VINCENT Universir)• ojHoraron ROBERT L. WEISS Universin• ojOreRon AND Unirersiry ojCalifornia Medical School, and V. A. Hospiral, San Diego The present study compared the problem solving behavior of dktressed and nondistressed married couples, and explored the "state" vs. "trait" nature of problem solving behavior through comparison of married and stranger dyads. Behavioral codings obtained from spouse and stranger interactions ar.•und a stand- ard conflict eliciting task provided the measure of problem sol%tr.g behavior. Distressed married couples, relative to nondistressed rnarried courles. emitted a seigniGcantly greater proportion of negative problem solving behavior. and a signif- icantly smaller proportion of positive problem solving behavior. As compared with stranger dyads. the problem solving behavior of nondistressed marital dyads tended to be more negative and more positive. whereas distressed marital dyads were morc pegative and less positive. The implications of these findings for mari- n ~al t4erapXind research were discussed. t
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50251 0433 ~ x ~ Ful 8irk'heac~, Newton,.C., jt. aut. i•- ta~.i ityv C i.. ~ • . •tjw• ... ....... - t~ ~ n n h 0 1 ;~ 7 il 7
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b 1-: ~y;~(Jt. Author) 50251 0M~2 tiirschfelder, J. 0. MOLECUI.A.It 'i'fiEDRY OF GASES AND LIQUIDS, by J. 0. llirnazfelder, C. F. Curtisu uad R. D. Lird 1964 ) 195`I (,;)c) 1249 P-agcs John-Wiley & 5ona, Inc. New York !~ ~ n f 1 ~ () I ~
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Q 210 ba 1975 3APAtdESE LAt;GllAGL/SCI)rA'TIT'IC 41R.LTINC,' COMPREHENDING TECHNICAL JAPANESE EDIVARD E. DAUB Colle~;e of Engineering University of 11'isconsin, Madison, Wisconsin Collcs,~c of En;;ineering University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin NOBUO INOUE Fac"lty of Lnglnecrjng Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo TI1LUNIVIaRSITI' OF Nh'ISC;ONS:~\~ I'RT'~SS UNIVLRSI `I'Y OF TOKYO }'RESS stsl 0421 0 oIinnnnr ~n:~~;
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50251 0436 (~i S X-ray s.pectrochemicnl an^lysis. New York, Inters::ience Publishers, 195J. 137 p. illus. 2,1 cm. (Chemtcal analysis, T.11) Includes bibliography. 1. Srnctrochemtstry. 2. X-rays. i. Title. ; QD95.135 ~1 644.6 59-15341 Library of Congress ~ ~ 1251 ...~ ~..~...~ v.y..n.r..,.,..~ c
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~ 50251 0437 ELEcT'i;.G.v P, 0vE MXCP.eANAS.YSZs 3.963 Tntexscienca PCoa.ishera n ri n 1:) 7 1 1 253 ptgcn lIeca Yor?: v
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76 XI Re-81 S. P. TOBACCO--CONSUMPTION--GREAT BRITAIN/CIGARETTES--TAR LOW/ I a`$~°qlll 'myd&"Post011 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Re-81 s.p. f LOW TAR COWBOYS - PRO AND CON COMMENTS ON THE CONSUMPTION OF "LOW f, CIGARETTES IN GREAT BRITAIN. , 4 Birmingham Post, p. 1 (July 10, 1981) (in English) TAR" With another 3p on the price of a packet of cigarettes, more smokers may try to kick the habit. Those who cannot may try to smoke less, or switch to low tar brands.... U 1« n no 16 '7 1 * 4
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50251 0439 RA 576 Mi 1954 I /DONORA/ PITTSBi1hGlI/ CINC7NNAT)./ CHICA^ DrTIiOIT/ /NASIiV1LLE/ BMINGIiAM/ ATLAfdTA/ LOS ANGr:LF.S/ MI?XICO C7 :' AIR PO LLU'~I _1% IO N AND CO M M U N r'rY HrA LTH CLARENCE A. MILLS, M.D., Ph.D. Professor of TxPcri»rr•uta1 117edtClNC, University of Ci»cin»ati THE CIIRISTOPIirR PUBLISHING•HOUSB BOSTON, U. S. A. ~~~1 () n tj I ~ i? 9:;
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50251 0427 i . .._____~-~.__...___....__.._._... .~.. _._____......._...__._.__~._,..._...._._..,._ _.._.:.~._.__:__..._._~_.__~......~~.~._...__..,, s..~ ....._... _... - ...~.._:...y.:_....a..~_..___. .. :...: . ... _ ,. j~ TOBACCU--S `tUi:ING-"=~SYCIIOtOG:' /S~10KIItiGs 11AT3ITS--PSYCHOLnGY/_....._.. .. _..~. . : DISST.RTATIOivS--U23IVERSITY OF DEtiV-R/TOBACCO--S?S~J.'Ii~G--1•:ELI1tiQUltiit?tiG/ F:Jt? CLr.SS i~n. t'~~'nuLE:' i3.Y{ 5i (University .^•enver, Dep. Ps••chcl., De.nver, Colo., L'.S.) ~' A RCRSCI:ACH STUDY OF PSYC1lOA:A:,i:'Ii, PROi'OSALS 01' CTrt?RET':F, Univ. Denver, Dep. Psvcl~ol., Denver, io?o., Ph.D. Thesis, 85^P, loose]ecl, ~ ( A 1955) Elin) up. - (Innt,s ' *:t dte* Noea. r *1973, No. 12, W 5346* *jt* Tobacco medicine• a ~4~ ....,....~..-w.•.w.T-~•-.-• ...-w: ~._.-.....-,.r-eJ.+....~..-s-n-..-.e ~.,~...
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C~DIRl'I~`seer~~~TERNATIONAI~.:,,BJREAU FOR THE PROxECTION OF I2dnUSTR,~4L,,pROPEi~T~~ -..`t..._....n. S~-3M1~•.:i..i~ . ::BFa.:y;•.Ut•',.V4.t.:c:...._... . . ..,: 1 I i.~ 1 t1 f1 (1 f7 ! ~~ f;? (~
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50251 0418 EiTQ; Ke?nit" AN APPRAISAL OF SOME xO4D PROCESSING hE'fHODS OF THE Pt7TURE. ]9GL? 17 p. U. S. Dept. Agric., Econ. Res. Serv., Marketing Bcon. Div. tLlashingtoa
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50251 0424 ..::.dsr- --.._:..~w:.-.~......w.___~......~......,........-_~.~.. ~.....~,.,,.. -•,, . ....-._72• VII Bi---.- TOfi 1CC0=`EN7.Y1dES/ ,r,jF CLt,S,; N0. PA`iPi:LFT 72 VII Bi A ~~' . . tun : : j I _ . ~ . , s ~s 1~, L. .; f g7 8p- cc'4~.a,}~ H.;` 5:, •' Hav.~n C0r~n., U. S.~ (Y11e Univ., Ue~`_'. t~f0~.., '."Chnr ~ 'TrT n ~ ~ I` T0. ~CCO Y_ ... ~L THEI.. Ai.T'r.1:.~TIO~ i.1:.~TIO~i I'i~LL7:dI~dG t ~ i 76) 655-656 (3972) (in Fn,,li.sh) ~ ~ Bot. c - ti ti•ent ~ • ~ : i i ~ ~ ~ ~ .~ r : € i ; i ~ .. _ ,:•: ..._. a o i i) n tl f) i ~ ti r) i;
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50251 0428 i ENGINEERING, ELECTRI Q1L/ COMPUTERS~ 78 I Bi GENERh.L METUMDS TO Er;l:Bd.EtODIIOTS VJT'I'11 V%SFO1t TO ACQi16'cE, OL.FI~rdT AND 'I' RANSa'OlItT VIOiit'~::PEEGi:5 FOURTH RE^O;;T ' (Covering Period 1977 August 15 to 1978 July 15) BY 17'j~g)Rit, R. KELLEY, L. WILSGN, V. 6ADAMI, T. BRO~NNELL, N. CHrN, D. DUNCAN, J. HALL, H. MARTINS, R. SILVA AND R. TELLA GRANT APR74-13935 PREPARED FOR UNIVERSITY OF RHODE ISLAND KINGSTON, RHODE ISLAND 02881 NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION WASHINGTON, D.C. 20550 DR. BERNARD CIIERN PRODUCTION f:ESEAnCH AND TECHNOLOGY APPLIED SCIENCE AND RESEARCH AP^LICATIONS f7 I L) n nn t;~ 0 2
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50251 o4Ua ~ Bi l. ... •. .+9 p'.
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50251 0434 i S"t[1KTNG }IABTTS--u,S,l SMOKING HABITS--PHYSICIANS/ SMOKING HABITS--GRF.AT BRITAIN/ - . ,.. , . ., . .. 78 X Bi RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 X Bi -,BiTkhra't ; 'F-: 'R. ; Kunze, M. (New York Univ. Sch. Med., Berg. Inst. Exp. Physiol.., Surg. Pathol., New York, N. Y., U. S.: Univ. Vienna, Inst. Hvg., Vienna Austr.)' SMOKING PATTERNS AT A BRITISII AND AT AN AMERICAN MEDICAL SCHOOL. Med. Educ. 12, 128-132 (1978) (in English) '-Cit;arettc smoking among medical studcnts at the- i University of Bristol (Bristol) and the Ncu, York, ~ Univcrsity School of Medicine (l.)'U) was in- i vcstigated and diffcrenccs were subjected to statistical ~ analysis. At Bristol 34•G% and at NYU 14•3% of tc- ~ srondcnts classified themselves as rebular smokers. t I t --- ~~-~--~---#~i ---~--~>----~-- -t'~--- \~ , /lmonr students in tlic prc-clinical phxsc ot tiaininF the difference bctwcen the numbcr of smokers at { Bristol and at NYU was not significant. At both' , schook more clinical studcnts smoked than pre-, clinical studcnts, but only at Bristol did the dif-. furcncc between the number of smokcrs in the t-o Eradc levels rcach statistical s;bnificance. a
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50251 0425 a TECHNICAL REPORT /tl..r mt /..wrnau o. 04 lrre..rr 1. Pl1ONT NO. PA-600/7-80-084 1 AlCIr1eNT1 ACC.u101+NO. ZTITLA AND fU41TITL! /If~O11T OATs Exposure to Pollutants from Domestic Combustion A ril 1980 Sources: A Preliminary Assessment VlNPORY1NOO110ANItAT1ONC006 . AU N { 1 EdWard T. Brookman and ~on ~ireasvig~` M11fOAY1N0 0/10AN12ATION /Ig"PO11T NO. ..L/LO/IYiNO OROAN12ATION NAYa AND ADO/llf{ , O A , TRC - Environmental Consultants, Inc. IIdE623 125 Silaa Deane Highway NO. Wethersfield, Connecticut 06109 68-02-3II5, Task 112 1i VONfONINO AOINCV NAY! AND AD0/10M 1&TVI{ OP /1/PO/IT NO /1 O COVIOID -~ ~ EPA, Office of Research and Development Task Final; 8179 1 0 Industrial Environmentsl Research Laboratory "''pOMt°p"NO''O`N`y COD1 Research Triangle Park, NC Z7711 EPA/600/13 IL SU"L""NTA"'' "OT'• lERL-RTP project officer Is John 0. Milliken, Mail Drop 63, 919 541-2745. Tbe report gives results of a preliminary assessment exposure to po - lutants from domestic combustion sources, some of which emit airborne particulate matter (PM), CO, and polycyclic organic matter (POM) near human receptors. Transient ambient concentrations of these pollutants at the receptor (and the cor- responding time-averaged exposures) have been determined for the following domes- tic combustion sources: lawn mowiag, chain sawing, charcoal cooking, indoor gas cooking, and indoor side-stream smoke. An experimental test program utilizing 5 0 I t1 ~ ~1 0 1 a6 9 9
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73 11 Am PDDL ..._. ._..... _. .: 50251 0+351 AMT:(?ICAN CHEh:TCAI. Dje.ragsi, Carl. America;-, C}temical SpcietV radio series, Y.apc No. 557, Side l, "A4ern and Melecuies" t~ i r ~ (1 tl (t 1:~ ?~ r
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50251 0371 A XXI Me-79 89A44"~~p cA~'; ~J.UCOS~= 1~•MOBOI.ISED "` ~ f S.P. FR~JrT4SE;~iTP '"~ ART~-4-,tA1.NfjT~QN~~YkS7~~Gl~~ON,S.(j~( j - _ . . .._ . . , , X_ .. ; ~~ .~~ . ~. . . .. eua ~-_- - ~ ~ .;' lcr ~' ~~ G~ ' `~ ' * e d ~ ~~ su ~~c.)~Wuw0 v141~.Ur t~~~~~ ~~Cy~ r •' Tell 3. Kinetische Untersuchungen immobilisierter Glucaamylase" Von J. Hollo, A. Hoschfce und E. Laszlo, Budapest :. Besc!triebcn wird die N:rstcllung von inunobilisicrtcr Glucoamylase. )lishrr ubliche %lethoden %%,erden erliiutcrt, bewcrtet und eincr verp,lcichbaren I3etr:chtun, unterzo,cn. Weitcrhin H,erden cine neue Methode der Immo,aisierunc und dic charakteristischen Ligen- schaften der entste;:e.^.den Nroduktc vorecstellt. Die Kinetik der irnmobilisiertcn Glucoam•lase «'urdc unter vcrschicdcncn Redin- gungcn in Riihrb.h~itern, llurch(lutiriihrbchaltcrn und Saulenreak- toren bestimmt. Zud:m wird die Fintwicklung einer optimalen A'utzbarmachy ~~ di -er McthQ~c u~ ih~q An}-cndtipg dc~ Iicrstcllung sot~Gluose-F'fuctbs'e Sitdpen diskutiert. ~ Ou Itiotechnological Rrsearch of the Production of Clucose-Fnictose Sirups. I'ar( 3.l:inctic Imcstigations on Intnwbiliicd Glucoam%lase. The production of immobilized glucoam) lase is described as ssell as methods uscdso far, whicharccommcntcd,comparcd and ctialuated. Furthermore, a new nicthod of immobilization a nd the characteristic properticsofthcproduct arcprescnted. Determination of the kinotics of immobilized Slucoamylase was carried out in batch, stirred-tank. continuous flow stirrcd-tank and column reactors. In addition to ~ that, development of an optimum method of utilization in the technology of glucosc-fructosc-syrup production and its application arc discussed. ~ ' rT
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50251 0u 35i III Du -77 S.P. Jour. Chem. Physics 65(12)5181-5(1976) Sfi,ldEC2s of reaci:Eons or importance in the stratosphere. I. Reaction of nitric o;.ide Ewla~ oLoria Jotin W. Birks, 13rian Shoemaker, Thomas J. Leck, and Dcborah M. Hinton Department of Chemistry, School of Chemical Sciences. University of Illinois at Urbana•Clmmpaign, Urbana. lllinois 61801 (Received 6 Augutil 1976) The rate comtaut for thc reaction NO+Oj-NOr+Oi has bcen measured by thc fast flow mcthod over the temperature range 203-361 K. Loss of ozone in a large excess of nitric oxide was detccted by molecular bcam sampling into the electron impact ion source of a quadrupole mass spectrometer. The resulting Arrhenius expression is k=2.34f0.23X10''2exp(-1450t50/T) cm'n1olecule-'s-' %:hich predicts kTas = 1.S0X t0-" cros molecule-' s'' in excellent agreement %cith previous determinations. Our results suggcst a slit;ht curvature in the Arnccnius plot, the activition energy increasing with increasing temperature. !. INTRODUCTION This Is the first of a series of papers describing the experimental results obtained for rates of chemical re- actions important in regulating ozone in lhe strzto- . sphere. We d~~cril}e her:e t~c exRri>iientall moPhodl ",) used for these studies and report our results for the re- -a4tion crease in this region (12-35 krn) of the stratosphere, partially offsetting the ozone depletion by C1Or at high- er altitudes. Thus, studies of Reaction (1) are equally relevant to the proposed ozone depletion due to chloro- fluorocarbon emissions." Reaction (4) has been studied by our group and will be the subject of a subsequent Paper•
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50251 0442 TS 2240 Bi .1975 DISSERTATIONS--SOUTIIERN ILLINOIS UNIVERSITY/TOiIACCO--SMOKING--PSYCI10L0GY/ SMOKING IJABITS--RELINQUISRING/ ~~~~ ~~ SMOKERS DIFFERENTIAL RESPONSE TO AN ENRICHED TREATMENT PROCEDURE AS A (SthnIll. Univ., Carbo, I11., U. S.) ouer FUNCTION OF MOTIVATION FOR SIMOKING.. ;' Southern I11._Univ., Ph. D. Thesis, 151 p. (1975) (in English)' .~ -'Jhls study compared the effectiveness of an enriched treat- , enent program for smokers with that of an unenriched group ] procedure, a relaxation training active placebo group and an t /, Yntreated control group. The enriched treatment consisted o ,( lJ ' seven group discussion sessions involving monitoring of smok-' 1~ tr4 behavior, goal setting and monetary penalties for unme `t gaals. The group procedure required a dcpostt but it wau au- ~ tomatlcally returned at end of treatment. Otherwise, it was identical to the enriched procedure.,
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7 t. /~ Ci I 50 251 0441 ~~/ .. .. .....- --_ 1 U l ~ t E~ L. ; C. i Si (~ ~1, C1 - - ~ ~ Y.t'.?Wr:,-t ()\ J%lh A1:.IC-..11, 1971 .,, \7.1".iP:: J:'iIRT•' sunrtuq. 1971 !'I:OCt'[ :v`Y;> OF TII? (i>:r-nAY SYMPOSIUM COI7TYNTS 1 J.c G.d,r<y• Of.f:k"71Cl:U PY - 7lIF Cf:Alll:•.:i: S!C.Sf()': Oi' fli~ . 1
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s~it~,`^•L:::M.~ (Jt. Autthor) ah~ 50251 0448 "~r~: ~r,~~•_ :,1. i:a. L'i.tv:.:c.tl~~.~~~•~ ~« i~i~j.. 1.~...Ci:~if~ j~ i~yr r.?~ i• . { i~ •.a• . - . ~') ~°• _ ~ . . _ . _ ... _ _ . _ .._._ 1.~U0 ..t:J~:i~ -ti~~.i/~ l~ S"vi.3 i~y~c ~.-rn._..-...---. z~~.~ ~•.•-.
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50251 0452 ~ TS Birth contral pills. Ab 2240 Si Simmons, liaro3d E. YOUR PSYC}iE, TfiE CTGARETTE AND THE PI3.L, :iie I'L~ychogar.?c Theory of Disease 5.969 260 Pages Gene,:a1 Weliare Pub3.ications Caliioraia Lw+.-t. T'. w . ~ . Il n `n n
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i:cta physio). scandn i974. 9?.. 28:1-3f)t 50251 From the F:ing Gustaf V:th Rrscarch institutc :uni Dcrnartvtent a: ittternal 11: udd i. ~ge III Du -75 uddi.~ge ilos/oital, Swcdcra . . ~. S.P.2 _ ~. Synthesis of Serum Alhumiz: in FSol.atea.Rat Liver 1?er.iuGed by a Synthetic Medium with Fluorocarbon rC--F0, Erxii2.I5ioa fia G':~:ygen Carrier Y;Y Vt:aA Rovi.t:ovn, G. $tatts aud L-O. Pt.AaTIat Received 18 Fcbruary 1974 hTovAFOVA, V., G. Btai;E and L.-O. Pt..tiNTt-S. Synthcsis of scru+n albunzin in isolated rat liver pcr(uscd by a synthetic mcdiunt xis1: jluciocarbon FC-8J cmulsion as ozygcn carrier. Acta plt; siol. scand. 1974. 92. 2LJ-302. A fluorocarbon emulsion FC-80 has been used as altubstitete for erythrocytes in a synthctie nutrition mc•diutn in irt vitro 1>crftuions of isolatrd rat lit•en. 71:c r,tte of albuntin syn:hc;is was estimated. After the fir.,t hr.ur alt,iunin was !.ynthesiccd at a constaUt rncr of 0.5'L±0.1 i mg/h per 100 g of the body Writ;ltt of tLe livcr dono:. t~C-1>sinc was incoi;:oratcd intu tltc circulating l:rutcins lincatly aftrr the fir.t hour. Utitcr I.+r;uncters tcar.d v:crc: ir.cl, ni eir- culating protctns, urca nitroern, clucc,~r. :-~ot uctic-t.~rn•r.c trau atnina c, r>:_rer.cm o` hilc, weight chanres of tft~ li.•er, and Ie%•cl oi c;!:co~er. in li:er tissue perfusion. 11t.toloq;cal cxaminat:ons wcre ako pcrfuttucd. Tite fatnctaot, vi the Jiver t.•as cotnparable with thc of otl:er int•cstii-;ators s%ho u.cd v;holc: hlvc,d as the perfusate. As far .cs we are wa•ar_• ti-is i; the first time that a rat livcr Itaa been mainutiacd iit good functional condition for occr 6 huttts . . . ._ . . .~... ._.~ __' .--- - -_~_.._..-_ _..~........_ z~._ 0429 I 7 1 :i
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50251 0432 'i Bi i^_' Cr M-:"TAZ S-J't`,?tYi3 Lr?• .Tw:.*."s3 W. EL-iCilE£.d e,._a:. ;~1.'~~ .~•n.~• rp u. S,, l,cp?;a h~.° 1!,-;x'i.cul.tirro, rcrniaa Agricv1 totwa F'.opart i:aa 111;i. 66 pe oatGbnr 1958 Uo S. Ih3p'G. i)+ A~iC'~i.1t.iY ~1t.iY~ UI~i.3~z1~,^t+0i~~ De C. (1 t~'~ (? ;n Cl t~~ 1 i~
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50251 0458 ORGAN C LTURE/CELLS--CULTURE/ABNORMALITIES/ SMOKING & HEALT / EMBRYOL~GY/TERATOGENS/BIRTH DEFECTS/TISSUE CULTURE (animal~j' RJ 250 Ne 1981 Culture Techniques Applicability for Studies on Prenatal Differentiation and Toxicity Fifth Symposium on Prenatal aevelopment May, 1981, Berlin Edited by D. Neubert and H.-J. Merker With the assistance of J. Klein-Friedrich and R. Kreft Walter de G ruyter • Berlin • New York 1981 0 1 t) (l n (1. 1 .') 7 p h
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50251 0463 1 OLLI P. HEINONEN, M.D., M.Sc. DENNIS SLONE, M.D. SAMUEL SHAPIRO, F.R.C.P. Drug Epidemiology Unit Boston University Medical Center 1 EMBRYOGEN£SIS/F£TUS/TOXICOLOGY/TERA'POGENS/SMOKING AND HEALTII/ TOBACCO--SMOKINCr-IIEALTH EFFECT/ RM 300 He 1977 r t3 t n n n rt I~ 7~:r ? ,. ,n4th _?
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50251 0449 & PROGRESS IN CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEAP,CH, VOLU~T, 24 B/ " BIRTH, MULTIPLE/S?fOKINQ 1-L'1BITS--T[4IAIS/ ;E:VETICS--DISEASE/O' ANTITRYPSIN/ voP ~} B C' ^ s' a;. -+. 3 e y•F..r4• .4 7 3 /- ~' EDITOR R 850 ~ Proceedings of the Second;International Pr Congress on Twin Studies 1978 August 29-September 1, 1977 Washington, DC Part B / . and EplldmoIogy ED, E 0 1k, i o h 0 1 :') 7111 .1 WALTER E NANCE Chairman, Department of Human Genetics Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College of Virginia Richmond. Virginia ASSOCIATE EDITORS GORDON ALLEN National Institute of Mental Health Rockville, Maryland and PAOLO PARISI Gregor Mendel Institute Rome, I taly ALAN R LISS. INC • NEW YORK • 1978 . ~
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Bi, 50251 0430 • ~~`~`~'~~""~~' poog- cmqi c."s ia DL?r'ns, al TG~3AC.'.'.0 P. I': E. ,r.....r.,..~-„ • c 17 vo Ca Ag T3G. Ust?to of ' ;Z'`sCas I'lA^-,11;in(~, `rr9ui) D. Co E,2 p~ 4f::,17 0 r~ 1~1 ~1 ~ fi t a. 1 c! t?
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-- r. / 50251 0443 STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ . PROBABILITY AND MATHF:MATICAL STATISTIC$, A SERIES OF *if)NOCRAPHS & TEXTBOOKS/ AA 276 Ma 1979 2 C. PDDL 1 C, 0 i Edited by4p;I.c," MULTIVARIATE IATE ~"'tdf¢& E . , ANALYSIS K. V. MARDIA Department of Statistics, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K. J. T. KENT Department of Statistics, University of Leeds, Leeds, U.K. J.M.BIBBY Faculty of Mathematics, The Open University, Wton KCyt:^!, t' K. 1979 / ACADEMIC PRESS ~ ~y b London • New York • Toronto • Sydney Subsidi ary ojHa icoury Brace Jovanovich, Publishers • San Francisco
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50251 0445 ~ "<24, 0 Biron, R. A., ~i'FU, ',u+• {: . I CGlJRuL OF TG3..CCQ P.S'S I'+ TFE iJ. S. 1* (!n Eriglish1 t j ; by F. k. Fletcher and R. A. 6iran. International'Scientific-Tobacco Congres5; ' I , First INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC.TO$ACCO,CONCRESS.far: FIRST (Ptemier*congres Sceintifique International du Tabac.) ` IN.TWO VOLUMES..~ . . 0 • ! . 6 1955 LXXX plus 803 pages. In French and in English. S. E. I. T. A. - P;aris - Bergerac ~_"~)~ ..,...,~~....~.~, , a ` ~ ~ n .4n ( i ~
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" PSYCHIATRY/HIGH RISK POPULATIONS/BIRTH OFECTS/ TWINS/ 50251 0456 SMOKING AND HEALTH/ I RC 483. Me 1081 Prospective Longitudinal Research ~r{Empirical Basis for the Primary Prevention of VPsychosocial Disorders ~ ~ Edited by SARNOFF A. MEDNICK, Ph.D., Dr. Mad. Professor. University of Southern California Director, Psykotogisk Institut, Kommunehospkalet, Copenhagen ~ Consultant in Mental Health to the WHO Regional Offiice for Europe and ANDRt E. BAERT, IA.D. Regionaf Officer tor Mental Heatth, WHO Regional Office for Europe Assistant Editor BARBARA PHILLIPS BACHMANN, 61.A. Social Science Research Institute, Universrty of Souttrem California P.yMshed on behall or ttw y4VOrid Nea1m Orpanizaoon Regionai Othoe lor Europe Oidord Ne% Voah Toronto MelDOUma OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1981 7 " in . ~ I rt n t1 0 1
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50251 0467 i POPULATION/LIFE EXPECTANCY/BIRTHRATE--WORLD/ 81 I Un4 U. S. News & World Report WORLD HEAD COUNT: 4.5 BILLION AND CLIMBING. U. S. News & World Rept. 1981, 54-55 (July 27, 1981) 6"7 4 1
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50251 0461 United States Environmental Protection Agency XXII MeB9-82 S. P. Research and Development Health Efifect~Research ~ Laboratory ~~ Research Triangle Park NC 27711 ~ EPA-600/S1-g1-057 Sept. 198 l Association BetweenAirth Defects and Exposure o Ambient Vinyl Chloride Project Summary Gilles P. Theriault, Hilda Iturra, and Suzanne Ginqras To better define the association between exposure to vinyl chloride monomer (VCM) and the occurrence of birth defects, this epidemiological study was made In Shawinigan, Quebec, Canada, where a vinyl chloride polymerization plant has operated since 1943. Birth-defect rates in Shawinigan during the last 15 years Shawinigan had an excess of birth defects which fluctuated seasonally in a way that could correspond to changes in VCM concentration in the environment. Mothers who gave birth to malformed children were younger on average in Shawinigan than in the comparison communities. However, there was no excess of stillbirths in ...._...~.,, u.. a 0 1 n 0 n [i 1 >5 7 :3 -9
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50251 0462 GENETICS--CANCFR/NEOPLASMS--FAMILIAL AND CENETIC--CONCRESSES/ CEINCER--ETIOLOGY/ The National Foundation - March of Dimes 'Birth Defects: Original Article Series Volume XII, Number 1, 1976 RC 262 Be 1976 CANCER AdeD ("XENEnCS The 1975 BIRTH DEFECTS CONFERENCE Held at Kansas City, Missouri Sponsored by the University of Kansas Medical Center • College of Health Sciences and Hospital and The National Foundation - March of Dimes Editor: Daniel I3ergsma, M.D., Vice President for Professional Education, The National Foundation Associate Editors: R. Neil Schimke, M.D., Departments of Medicine and Pediatrics, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, Kansas Robert L. Summitt, IN1.D., Department of Pediatrics, ~;nn : University of Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee ~ David J. Harris, M.D., Department of Pediatrics, Ctdldren's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri Assistant Editor: Natalie Paul, The National Foundation ALAN R. LISS, INC., NEW YORK, N. Y.
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50251 0455 i SMOKING & HEALTH/ BIRTH DEFECTS/NICOTINE--PHARMC0L0GY/ Chemical Hazards RB 155 to Human 11 /Reproductiori 98 ,- PREPARED BY CLEMENT ASSOCIATES, INC. FOR THE COUNCIL ON ENVIRONMENTAL QUALIT` 9 JANUARY 198I
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, 50251 0460 Ab . .r \ j. f PROGRESS iN CLINICAL AND BIOLOGICAL/RESEARCH, V. 36/ PREGNANCYJ ALCOHOL EFFECTS ON FETUS/ - BIRT1H DEFECTS/TERATOGENIC AGENTS/MILK(HUMAN)/ INF*TS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ I ~ RM '300 ' Sc :1980 DRUG AND CHEMICAL ~ RISKS TO THE JFETUS AND NEWBORN Pnsented by the State University of New York, Downstate Medical Center Sponsored by the National Foundation-March of Dimes Editors Proceedmgs of a Symposium Held in New York City, May 1979 RICHARD H. SCHWARZ, MD Professor and Chairman, Department of Obstetrics/Gynecoloqy State Un versity of New York Downstate Medical Center Brooklyn, New York and SUMNER J. YAFFE, MD University of Pennsylvania School of Medic;ne Director, Division of Clinica/ Pharmacoingy Children's Hosprtal Philadelphia, Pennsylvania ALAN R. LISS, INC., NEW YORK 7 .~ 4 ) a
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. 50251 0453 i I HALLUCINOGENS/SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO-SMOKING -HEALTH I TOXICOLOGY/ PREGNANCY/ , ANTIMICROBIAL DRUGS /BIRTH DETECTS/ Monagraphs on Drugs Vol 2 EFFECTX SERIES EDITOR Graeme S. Avery, Auckland - H.Tuchmann-Dupfe33is AV ~. , 1g7 ~j ~~ ~,'~ I' ~, ~~~ ~~, Laboratoire d'Embryologie, Faculte de Mcdecine ~ ~d .J de Paris et Biologiste des Hopitaux de Paris - Chef de Service 300 , Drucj ~h..d il'*AW *.i, *`.~ ..+' ~ A Survey of the Mechanisms and Effects of Drugs on':Embryogenesis and Fetogenesis ISBN 0-9599827-4-4 (ADIS Press) ISBN t}88416-121-8 (Publishing Sciences Group) ~ ADIS Press, Sydney 1975 ~ Publishing Sciences Group Inc, Acton 1975 0 t1 C~ ~ 1 a 7;? 7 , . __ . .
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50251 o470A6 i RTH WEIGHT/SMOKING & HEALTH/FETUS/ 51 Size at Birth 1974 Ciba Foundation Symposium 27 (new series) 1 1 1974 Elsevier • Excerpta Medica • North-Holland Associated Scientific Publishers • Amsterdam • Oxford • New York 0 I o t1 n o I :) 7.1 4-1
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Ah 50251 0438 .-~11X11 ~,~Q9~Sl~ DIDl1UGRAPHIC DATA SHEET 1. Kt!,,. ,,. NSF-RA-E-73-1°6 {. l ttl. ar.d Subtitle - - S. Repon U.te The Physiological and Toxicological Asnects of Smoke Produced Septe~ber 24, 1973 During the Combustion of Polyireric Naterials e. ). Amfiu,(sl ' t. 1'at4orn.np C•rp~na.,,ne hr~ t. I.N. Einhorn, M.k. Bir,.kv, M. L. Grunnet et al. `°• UTEC 13-1,51 7, 1'rt(orr.,,nR lt,~;.n,ra,tor, ti,.n,e .n.'. Ad~lrr.s niversity of Utah ~~an:nability Research Crnter Salt Lake City. Utah S4112 12. tipta,wn,~ Jrr..n .v,.,r tian, nd dJdscss ~!~ escareh Applied to National Needs (RANN) ?7ational Science Foondntion ti'ashington, D. C. 20550 . ' 16. Abausru t 10. I•tulec,/ ra.. •+.•a l n.r \o. t 1. C .,•. G133650 IIS. 11Sr .•I Atr~tt A 1'<tto.! 1912-19)3 R;k^rt 1~- 1)• /:el 4crd..nt Gu:~.: •Smoke Fumes Coclbu st i on Polyvinyl Chlori': Douglas Fir 6'ooe Urethanes A study was undertaken at the Flaomability Research Center of the University of Utah to determine the physioloqical ard toxicological effects of s-.oke. Four classes of nWterials were selected for study: cellulosics, urethanes, polvviryl chlorides, and Douglas fir. Sc•oke. cha~:b(,rs anl anieai exposure ch)~lbers -were ~ deve:oped for th•r aealysis of smuke ar,d its ce.^.?a^;nts an; t'lu observation of effects c. of cembustion products on animals. The effects of ca^I.,:stiDn products on survival ./. resporr e in rats were u,easured, and toxicoiogical studies of rats unjer expo"re to smoke were made, The effects of co^bustion on tF.e eyes of the aninals are the subject of continuing experioentation. S~~all-scale laboratory fire experiments are being correlated with full-scale fire tests conducted at the Nation3l Cureau of Star,dards. Selected case histories of fire injuries are being studied to deternine the medical history of victims until recovery. Hational Tecf.nical information Scrvice ). u. l.. ltcurirwu ~ t~~S. ~ i3i ~ / / •~r OF C~n w t~ :. Pl:a ~ ~,;Ec, t ,".'.,,~EHCE 5285 Por t ftoya! Road, Sprir; ficld va 991 ;1 -
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~ Rr 46 { Tt. Eaitor) ~ Lo ~-,~) c. ,& 50251 0447 $tE',:'~C .•ot'.I: ° • . LCC!+s' aUi:'I;R'S PIU!.s.S~S Or Ti;: NQS-, 3 . r . n%r .•a11 G~ _ u~o 584 Pe"ge:c ..
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50251 0471 MANGANESE--TOXICOLOGY/COAL/SMOKING & HEALTH/BIRTHWEILOAT/ ; CANCER--GASTRIC/COAL/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ZINC--METABOLISM/ ~ RADIATION, IONIZING(fn drinking water)/DRINKING WATER QUALITY/ I MAGNESIUM/CADMIUM/COPPER/GALLIUM/MAGNESIUM/• ! CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/MERCURY/ARSENICAL HERBICIDE/PERSONAL MONITORS/ NITROGEN OXIDES/ METALS--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ RA TRACE SUBSTANCES IN 4He ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-XV ~ 1981 Proceedings of Univer*ity of Missouri's 15th Annual Conference on Trace Substances in Environmental Health Sponsored by University of Missouri Environmental Trace Substances Research Center and Extension Division I Edited by Delbert D. Hemphill Held at Memorial Union University of Missouri-Columbia Columbia, Missouri June 1,2.3, and 4, 1981
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f 50251 0459 !TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ ; ABNORMALITIES, HUMAN--ETIOLOGY/BIRTH BEFECTS/ t CANCER--CAUSATION/EIdVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ BIRTH WEIGHT/t RADIATION--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ i , ,~ AT „80 FIIGI--IEST .. ISK BY CHRISTOPHER NORWOOD Environmental Hazards to Young, and Unborn Children McGRAW-HILL BOOK COMPANY \EO' YURK ST. LOUiS SAN FRAXUSCO st! XICO Ol'»ELI)ORF TOROXTO C) n , L e
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i 50251 0457 a CANCER--CAU~lTION/SMOKING & HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFE 81 X Mu Birth Defects 12(1) 99-111 (1976) . Genetic Factors in Pulmonary Neoplasms John J. Mulvihill, MD The epidemic of lung cancer continues. In 1970, about 80,000 people devel- oped lung cancer in the United States.' Conventional approaches to understanding the etiology of lung cancer have with profit focused on environmental agents.2 Efforts to identify and control human carcinogens have been most successful with respect to the hazards of occupational inhalants associated with radioactive ores, mustard gas, asbestos, nickel, chromates, arsenic, and certain petrochemicals. In contrast, the common• est human carcinogen in the general population, tobacco smoke, is poorly charac- terized regarding carcinogenic mechanisms and poorly controlled through public education. Pending development of less hazardous cigarettes and advances in motivational research, it is timely to identify host factors that alter susceptibility to known respiratory carcinogens. An appreciation of genetic factors may help occu ational healthW° rkets toyidentify individuals at high risk and may contribute ~!~ fu~Aber ~tnowedgdof caicinogenesis.
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^ 50251 0474 TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ RIRT![ iIEIGIiT/NLWCASTLE SURVEY OF CHILD DEYELOPMENT/ RA 407 Ne 1976 +Clinics in Developmental Medicine No. 61 : J Born Too Soon G. A. NELIGAN : . Or t. KOLVIN Born Too Small t o~nnnn A FOLLOW-UP STUDY TO SEVEN YEARS OF AGE 1976 Spastics International Medical Publications LONDON: William Heinemann Medical Books Ltd. PHILADELPHIA: J. B. Lippincott Co. D. Mcl. SCOTT R. F. GARSIDE I a - ,- ,
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PSYCHOSOMATIC M BEHAVIORAL SCIE BIOFEEDBACK/ RC 49 Ch 1931 0, 1 o n - n xi i :) 7 . i 50251 0U69 V ICINE/MEDICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/ E/BIRTH 4JEIGHT/EMOTION/ANXIETY/STRESS/ h Foundations of Psychosomatics 6dlnd by Professor Margaret J. Christie SrAoo/ oJ Sru&er oi Pr,ve6olot y Unirertify ojBeodford dd Dr Peter G. Mellett Honon Horpirol, Epiom JOHN WILEY & SONS "l Chicheater . New Yprt • Brisbane • Toronto i a
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. `. i 50251 0064 PREGNANCY, COMPLICATIONS OF/FETUS/INFANTS, MORTALITY/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ TOBACCO--S'_4IOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/BIRTH WEIGFiT/ALCOHOLISm/CAFFFINE; / ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY GENETIC FACTORS/ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES/CARDIOVASCULAR MALFORMATIONS/GENETICS--DISF.ASES/T)IET/ c`81RTH OEFEr jS,Ih1ST17UTg:5YA1POS/A\ finest 8. //ook, Dwight T. /onerich, and Ion H. Porter, editorx• BIRTH DEFECTS Risks and Consequences Edited by Satly Kelly Ernest B. Hook Proceedings of a Symposium on4?irth Defects: Riskr and Consequences Sponsorcd b y thc •6irth Dcfects Institute of the rNew York State Department of Health t Held in Albany, New York, November 7-ti, 1974 Dwight T. Janerich Academic Press, Inc. N.w Yo.k S,n fr.ncuco London Ian H. Porter A Subsidisry or H.rooawt 9r.ce,b v.no.:ob, PubtbA.rl d'vth Oet.cn /nsNrut. New York Scate 1kNhn~enr of N.,lrA Absny, Akw York 1976 Ji 1
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50251 0468 46 TOBACCO--S'fOKING--FIEALTFi ErT'ECT/LUNGS--CANCER--CENETICS/ RLOOD/ ENVIRON1dliNTAL HI:LATIi /tfUTAGF.NESIS/BIRTIF llEFrCTS/VINYl. CIiLORInI:/A"iES TYPE TESTI?:G/ GENETICS--DISEASE/tdrTABOLIS*F, INBORN ERRORS OF/CIlRO~:OS(YME AuEI:RATIONS/ BIRTH IaEIGFiT/TERATOGENESIS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY GENI;TJC FACTORS/ CANCER--CAUSATION--BY F.NVIRON'4F.NTAL FACTO RS/ C.,::CL :--VZROLOGY/ , GENETIC DAMAGE IN MAN CAUSED BY E dired by ENVIRONMENTAL ARE BEF G K RB 155 Be 1979 c AGENTS Professor uf Medicine Director, Institute of Medical Genetics, University of Os(o, Dircctor, Department of Medical Genetics. Cin• of Usln, NorWay flCfcC~Oir-'x J ARRANGED BY THE NORWEGIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND LETTERS and NORSK HYDRO A/S in collaboration with THE ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES of DENMARK, FINLAND, ICELAND, and SWEDEN, ~ ~ o n If0 D~SK KULT1112FOND ORGANIZING COMMITTEE C. Ovcrgaard Nielscn. Denmark Diter von {Vettstcin. Denmark Albert de la Chapcllc, Finland Esko Sunnmlaincn, Finland Kdre Berg. Norway Anton RrJRgcr, Norway Jan Roscnhcrg, Norway Arne Seinh-Joltunsen, Norway
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50251 047&-!P . !TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ ' ; ABNORMALITIES, HUMAN--ETIOLOGY/BIRTH BEFECTS/ CANCER--CAUSATION/ENVIRONAtENTAL HEALTH/ BIRTH WEIGHT/~ $ADIATION--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ t ~ AT 5 19Nb 8~0 i ~~ t. •1 ISK BY CHRISTOPHER NORWOOD Environmental Hazards to Youn~ and Unborn Children NtcGRAw-HILL BOOK COMPANY Nf0• YORK ST. LOVIS SAN FRAXCISCO Y/i aiCO DL'>aELTORF TORONTO (3 1 Cl. Cf f1 n tia, 7 4 9 E
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INFANTS(PRDfATURE)--CONGRESSF.S/. -. 50251 0476 FETUS/BIRTH k'EIGHTITOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ RJ 250 Re 1977 Vkc/' ~'cl~i:6enmn~Il~~~ of V~)~~~ ~~~. ~ ~Mr~~~_ . .car PROCEEDINGS OF A:aORKING aNFERENCE HELD AT NICHD/NIH, Bethesda, Maryland, November 8-9, 1976/. U. S. NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF CHILD HEALTH AND WMA~1T DEVELOPMENTO Edited by Dwayne M. Reed, M.D., M.P.H., Ph.D. and Fiona J. Stanley, M.B., B.S., M.Sc., M.F.C.M. Urban &Sch,*varzcnbcrg • Baltimore-Munich 1977 o I o n n n 15 75 0
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50251 0481 • -~ea.y----•-- - - - • QD 421 Ma 1977 TROPANE ALKALOIDS/NUPHAR ALKALOIDbr/CELESTRACEAE ALKALOIDS/ BISBENZYLISOQUINOLINE ALKALOIDS/HASUBA,'~'AN ALKALOIDS/ MONOTERPENE ALKALOIDS / W,'c o54we.,/ i THE ALKALOIDS Chemistry and Physiology Edited by R. H. F. MANSKE VOLUME XVI 1977 AACADEMIC PRI.SS . NEW YORK . SAN FRANCISCO . LONDON A Subsidiary of Ilarcourt Brace Juvaiiovich, Publishers 0 t c3 0, tl i:.tl I S 7 9 5 f a
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50251 0492 POLI SH LANGI1AGB---TRANSI.ATO1:S / Bi-ses3; :Phi1 (wlfe - Helene) - F:ngs.neering Dept. - Ext. 2370 or 2.338 Polish and/or German translating. 11/12/74 0 i n n n n 1 3 7A b
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50251 0486 Ab 4a. A@i~- :~.:i:2i : yr:rus! L'.til;M)l h Pi2TiE!? Ti i';t:T•i ii n r.- i~N,tii . , ? r1 0
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50251 0478 HEART--DISEASESY CORONARY HEART DISEASE/CAItItC)VASCUL.AR DISEASE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ HEALTH EDUCATION/PHYSICAL FITNESS/health care/ORAL DISEASES/ DENTAL CA.t2IES/CA:VCER--PREVE'.QTION/BIRTH idEIGiTT/'trNTAL HEALTH/ ~ HEALTHY PEOPLE i RA 445 Un 1979 TheSurgeon General's Report On Health Promotion Andvbisease Prevention Background Papers 1979 Repo to thMSurgeon General on Vealth Promotion andsease Prevention by The Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences Division of Health Promotion and Disease Preveation ELENA O. NIGHTINGALE, M.D., Ph. D., Director Vlcl;f KALMAR, MPIi, Prnjrct Coordinator U.S. DEPAFfTAfE'1VTTiF , , AfiE--- Public Health Service I Oft~e of'the_Asspant Secretary for Health and Surgeon General U i r ~ t Cl jR 0 DHEW (PHS) Publication No. 79•55071A 0 e
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4~0251 0485 RJR CLASS NO. PAPiYHLET 75 XI h'ol -'7S -ATMU, ~'~"w' (Cebruder I:ulenkampff, $rernen, Ger.) TtiE OUTLOOK FOR BURLEY. ,.. ldorld Tobacco Syiup. , paper, London, Ct. Brit. , 2 p (May 7-9, 1975)''' (in English) *1975, No. lri, ld /iG2G%~ kd* Toyacco economics (af;riculture); 0 1 0 0 00 1 J 7 :~ 9 , 7
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' 50251 Ou73 PREGNANCY, COMPLICATIONS OF/FETUS/INFANTS, MORTALITY/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/AIRTH WEIGHT/ALCOHOLISH/(:AFFEINE;/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/CHROMOSOMF. AAERRATIO?dS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY GENETIC FACTORS/ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES/CARDIOgASCULAR MALFORMATI(1NS/GENETTCS --DISF.ASES/DIET/ BIRTH DEFECTS INSTITUTE SYMPOSIA bnest B. f/ook, Dwight T. /onerich, and Ion H. Porter, edito%s: BIRTH DEFECTS Risks and Consequences E- lkth Derects lnstiture Ahw York Sarre Derortnant of HatN Ilfiany, Ncw York Proceedings of a Symposium on4'irth Defects: Risks and Cortsequences S I Dwight T. Janerich Ian H. Porter Edited by Sally Kelly Ernest 8. Hook ponsored by r1ic•BirNi Dcfects Institute of the }'New York State nepartment of Health Held in Alhany, Netiv York, Novrntber 7-S, 1974 Academic Press. Inc. A'nv York S,yn franciuo London ASrbsid(aryo/Haroowt8race 4nnorioh,IuM(ahen 1976 ,,,p. / 0 1 n n n 0 1 0' 7 4
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POLISH LAtiGUAGE--TfiANSLATOhS/ 50251 0491 Bive;ii, Phil (wife - Wene) - Engineering Dept. - Ext. 2370 or 2338 Polish and/or German translating. 11/12/74
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50251 0454 TOBACCO--S'1OF;ING--IIEALTH EFFECT/LU~1GS--CANCER--GENETICS/ RLMD/ ENVIRONMENTAL III.LATII /:.fUTAGFNESIS/J;IRTH DEFT:CTS/VINYi. CHT,ORInE/A'iI:S TYPE TESTING/ GENETICS--DISP:ASE/;irTAP,OLISM, INBORN ERRORS OF/CIIRO;-tOSO`iL' ABERRATIO;dS/ BIRTH iaEIGHT/T1iRATOGENESIS/CAIdCER--CAUSATION BY GENETIC FACTORS/ CANCF.R--CAUSATIOIQ--BY ENVIRONI•1ENTAL FACTORS/ C.Ci.^.--V I RnLOGY / , GENETIC DAMAGE IN MAN CAUSED BY Edited by EI~I`TIRQIXIMENTAL KRF BERC A RB 155 Be 1979 . 7 AGENTS Profes.cor of Medicine Director, Institute of Medical Geretics, Uniwrsity of Oslo. Director, Department of blcAical Genetics, City of O.cln. Norway j~ n i IICC1,GOt-.aaC 1(C'':~ 5 ARRANGED l3Y THE NORWEGIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND LETTERS and NORSK HYDRO A/S in collaboration with THE ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES of DENMARK, FINLAND, ICELAND, and SWEDEN, b r) y on red also , r n an¢ ;? 0 NORDI~K I~UL'['i~RFOND~ ORGANIZING COMMITTEE C. C'ivcrSaard Nielsen, Denmark Direr von Wettstcin. Denmark Albert dc• !a Chapcllc, Finland Esko Suwnalainen, Finland Kdre Berg, Norway Anton BrOggcr, No:way Jan Roscnbcrg, Norway _Arne Scmh-Jolhorucn. Norway e
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50251 0472 2 ~ F •. . , Herbert C. Miller, M.D. Yrnfrs.nr of }'vdiatrir. Uni%e•r.ih nf I:anse, %tedical Centrr, Cullcer of fliaitii Scieurc•" and Fln,pital l:an.a. Cit.. f:ama, T. Allen Merritt, M.D. ,q..i,teut I'rufe•„nr ;)f f'c'di.ttril, ancd nf, (llMctric, and (:) urc•nL+>;y l'tii.,'t•r.ity of }tncl t•.tc•r 5clioul ~.I \irdiciruc aiid I)•uti,try }iti(hestcr, \c-%% Ynrf. YEAR BOOK MEDICAL PUBLISHERS, INC. CHICAGO • LONDON / J . I O ;INFANTS/BIRTH WEIGHT/PREGNANCY/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ ;TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ RJ Fetal Growth f 250 in Humans 1979 0 1 n 0 tl 0 1 5 7
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50251 0477 74 X Ru2 rFFF.GT/SMOKYt;G -A,*IP RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X:;u2 P.ush, D. - (Coiumbia Univ. Sch. Pub. Health, Div. Epidemiol., N. Y., N. Y., U, S.) LOWER VEIGIIR GAIN A."SONG SMOKERS EXPLAINS MOST OF THE EFFECT OF SMOKING ON,$ i.Tli~1F,~IGHW) , <! W Fediat. Res. ti (No. 4) 45U (J.y /4) (1n Enblish) *1974, No. 17, W 7047* *d* Tobacco medicine: v. .. . . ~i '+ee^`? - ,~ ,_, _ . .~; •~-.. . . . ~: ~• . . ` .. . t ~ . i . -0 i i
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i , 50251 0488 p:r 370 Biscuits--Recipes. Su & . Sultact, 1di21iam a. Re f . I'A;.CTICAI. SAKx2.%. TP 370 1363 477 pages Su Avi PubllShi.nB Co., Yaa. Westport, Conn. --.~~ .,,._-,..~..Y.~ .... . - , .
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50251 0482 Bi~ibyy' Guy. ~t3~chPxd, 18v"'~',-195g,. C..ICLntl~ Z~5. Aa I)ZGT I0,7ARY OF THS CV1:J.CP ~' G{ C. I:.aa..„..C:3:C.'-~i/• .r/~~~3 Gttii `)r.i ~ . , Taf3Ldy SCw'`a: +~~• I ~ ~~.~ 0 ` t? 0 1 j 7 !i 6
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'ef 50251 0u66 Birth 150 Un United Nations Statistical Office Dept. ofEconomic and Social Affairs DEMOGRAPHIC YEARBOOK 19'65 17th edition 1966 808 pages. United Natiotisn.- New York: Q ! o c1 :-n o ! :; - 7 A 0
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50251 0489 ..S. ' Cal-l"iZ.^.AI: G3MF•C~S!'i'ICV 0? TAMS Y. n..r rv.nn r..•: j• r-:.iT S •: Y• ... r,~.>. 4 b.! :i. ~JCar~C"3i2 V. N. Trudy T:st. T,eBok~hu,. P.rab1. f khs^s. \•: .,..•.,. 9f• SSM.\ I. V 3.17-23. (1962) Sn Fwas:a.a ~ 0
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QD 50251 0494r. 341 Bisf2avonES. bJ, Johnson, vc!atr,r SYaiPOSIElM G'v BI:OC:I~41ST?i' tlF PLANT r-liU?ti01.T1: SUBSTA,~iCFS, AaL;US'i' 31 - SI-;_^izi atiI 1, 19161, by Gestux Johslson and T. A. L^•e:.ss:nan. 19G1 169 p. Colorado Stctc: U:ziv. rort Collins, Colorado .. ~ ~ n n'n n ~ 6 7 e) A -
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50251 O479 VITAL AND HEALTH STATISTICS, SERIES 21,.No. 37/ t 80 aI Data from the NATIONAL VITAL STATISTICS SYSTEM UN4 FuCfe AssQCEuted With EOtl ~~! Iu~et;1~t United States, 10,76 Series 21 Number 37 DHEW Publication No. (PHS) 80•1915 U.S. Df:PAf3d:ME 9"4[3-Wf+~fiE Public Health Service Office of Health Research, Statistics, and Technology National Center for Health Statistics Hyattsville, Md. April 1980 An analytic study of demographic, socioeconomic, and health fac- tors associated with low birth weight and a review of recent trends in low birth %%,eight incidence, based on data reported on birth eer- tificatcs. t
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50251 0483 : I ; Bisbs;:.Gup' ltichard. 188J- An intru,_luction to the ta sonou1r vnrl no!ilenclsture of Fun-i. r<nd ed,I:emv, Surre3•, bj:MXyd Mycolo,gical ] n- stit.ute, ~953 • Co:.raonueUth. vii. 117 p. 19 cin. "I:eferences" : p. 10S-110. 1. Fungi. z. '1`itle. California. Univ. LibrF for Library of Congress ' G 7 A 4S-80S1* (54ell
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50251 04806 D7.Sa1:f:1A'tI0:1S--liIvl`J!a',~7'FY OF CAt,1rOP,N1A/T'I;TUSJClF.P,Oa'~IIAFI:Ut~I•URIIi/LOS Ai: ;EiI:4 j CA1LF:i)i1 ItOiiC~'1;ia)T:--PULLUTI(?ll/'i'013ACC0--S?4UKIi~G-••Ct.);T3O1V 2•fON7aIDI: COI.'TLN;.' 017 BLOOD/ SAtOY.,IIG l.NU HP.A1,T11/ AIP.--P ~ OLLUT70N' 75-25,194 F .i RA tiIU_UJ;S, tr,aise Anne, 1442- ~ 5%6 ~'i TItE EFFECT OF AIR PO!_LUTION CU II:1MA.`l Si',Rl•h . ' 1975 lkfiversity of California, Los Angeles, F'h.D., 1975 IJ~throFylogy XoCCYx UI)h'crf-Ity MlCfUiillf7o, AnnArt,or,Micrdlcn 1,81,13 I 0 o i Cjtlcltl 1 6 71-) 4 ! I a . . •~
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4 II Me -77 S.P. t • 5 Contract No. 68-01-0162 Project 11010 EYM Program Element 1BB043 Project Officer i Bennett Dolloff F. Bishop Advanced Waste Treatment Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 EPA-670/2-75-008 April 1975 , Q ! 0 (l ' 50251 0499 i SYSTEM ALTERNATIVES IN OXYGEN ACTIVATED SLUDGE By John B. Stamberg, Dolloff.,F. Bishop, Stephen M. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and Alan B. Hais Department of Environmental. Services Government of the District of Columbia NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTER OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONN:ENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY CINCINNATI, OHIO 45268 e
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~ - .. j , • A - W 0251 0465 ~ PREGNANCY, CO?'PLICATIONS OF/FETUS/INFANTS, MORTALITY/SMOKING AND HEALTH/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/BIRTH FIEIGHT/ALCOHOLIS-'[/CAFFEINE; / ENVIRON_%fENTAL HEALTH/CHROMOSOME ABERRATInNS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY GENETIC FACTORS/ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES/CARDIOVASCULAR MALFORMATIONS/GENETICS--DISF.ASES/nIET/ BIRTN DEFECTS INSTITUTE SYMPOSIA bnest 8. /look, Dwight Z ionerkh, and lon H. Porter, editors: ~N1~~~EFE`CTS: BIRT %~RJsk~S:g~~~°K~S~rt tConsequences:;ri dirth Orfecn trotirutr New York Srsrr Drp.remrnt of Nratth AAony, New York Proceedings of a Symposium onn7irth Dclects: Risks and Consequences Edited by Sponsored by the•6irth Defects Institute of the Sally Kelly t'New York State Deµartment of Health Ernest B Hook t Held in Alhvny, New York, Novernber 7-8, 1974 . DDwight T. Janerich Ian H. Porter n f1 t u . 9 Academic Press. Inc. Nhw York Sin Fr.ncluw London A Subsidtrry of Hir4ourt 8racr Jbmnorith, Iub/rthnr 1976 ,.•
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50251 0490 C7.-;ra 1~~.e:•. P+Jiu lZ LSETi r1L~;! !~ Vi/ ..,..,r.:•~ Y ..1j .. ..i.~.\:.iN ^Sad b:i.olCRaL4l ' ~^ . Ci1.3G11:8:1.~ :3o)D Z; a~.C:: Ci~',V F21d rE2'iaS'~:. D:.`14-t~.,. 3hctcstat C;;ncaxo3.oUa.o ~(IIc, 2) 63ti'?'1 0 937)
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50251 ~ne ~Sishchoff, Kenneth B. (Jt. Autftr) ~ (1968) 7 0495 Dedrick, Rc3urt L. itiC A.tZPICIAI. t:?.D=, Edited by RobGr: L. Dadrick, L;e:anctEa B. Bishchoff, and P.:ivcrd F. Lcorurd (CuFasi.c.c1 Eug3na:.•t•ieg Prograsu SympoeiLLCII 53ries 64 (No. 84) 1968) 1968 123 PeBes taacricocn Inctituta oi` Cheaicul EaBin"rs Naa York c) . ~•
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XXII MeB9 S.P. o r non~ ... i_ = ...~ .. :._ ._... ._. - i 50251 0493 PHTHALATES (TOXICITY). A Collection of Matewal (Bis(2-ethythexyl'Phthalate) a
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i 50251 0484 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ASBESTOS/VINYL CHjOR/BISCHLOROMETHCLEER/BENZE:IE/ ' ` ,:/ACRYLONITRILE/SACCHARIN/.6ER ORMONES;FEMALE/,I~ED,~YES 02 i ~ 40/ "/FOOD--DYES/SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO =SMOKING--HEALTH EFFEC CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/CA.'JCER--CAgSATION BY HORMONES/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY NITROSAMINES/CANCER--CAUSATION BY FOOD ADDITIVES & COLOR/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY DIET/CANCER--CAUSATION BY PESTICIBES/ RC 268 Ep 1978 . ~~t~' PO~~~ICS Samuel S. Epsteln, 1VLD. Sierra Club Books / San Francisco of Cancer
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50251 0502 i { SCIENCE AS A PROFESSION/ i Q 295 An 1965~ TIIE EXCITEMENT AND FASCINATION OF SCIENC]C A Collection of Autoliograpbical and Philosophical Lssays 13v -,.. ~,,., ;etcCt tl: 3tsNOr~ RAal NAnJ CuorHA, \;'.M. \tANst:lsr.n CI.AUFC. Reprinted from the Annuol Rcrine of I;irKhrmisfry, the Anr.uaA kerirw of 1'harma- tolory, the Annuo! Rricw of Physirol Chrmishy, and the A uuua! l:n•ir,u of Physiology. AKKUAL 1NEYIEWS, lt<C. 231 GRArT AYE. PALO ALTO,CALIFOR\IA E ~~o o no tf6 7 7 A .
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n II Me -77 CARBON, NITROGEN, AND PHOSPHORUS REMOVAL IN STAGED S.P, 5 NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION TREATTtENT By James A. Haidman, Dolloff F. Bishop,s and John B. Stamberg EPA-DC Pilot Plant Washington, D.C. 20032 Program Element No. 1BB043 Project Officer Dolloff F. Bishop Advanced Waste Treatment Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 i (t I APA-67Q,~2-]5-052 , 'June 1975 (~ NATIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH CENTER OF'FICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT T jU. S. FNVIRONatENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (:INCTNNATI, OHTO 45268 (
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1 '. i II Me -77 S.P. S 50251 0499' SINGLE STAGE NITRIFICATION-DENITRIFICATION By Dolloff F.,Bishop`; James A. Heidman, and John B. Stamberg EPA-DC Pilot Plant Washington, D.C. 20032 Program Element No. 1BB043 Project Officer Dolloff F. Bishop Advanced Waste Treatment Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 ,NAT,TOH~L ENVIROIN';SENTAL RESEARCH CENTER `-~ OFFI E aF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY - *^* _nuTn __ /.5^F,4 E
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50251 0515 9 COMPUTERS/MOTOROLA SERIES IN SOLID-STATE ELtCTKONICS/ QA 76 Mo 1979 Basic Microprocessors and the 6800 . a 10 ~~i~4_w M.n".r, TeoAnkd Training Motorola Semiconducfor Group PAo.n/r, Ari:ona 0 1 C) t? p t~ I5 7 79 HAYDEN BOOK COMPANY, INC. Rochelle Park, Alrw Jsr.ey /G~~-f ?~•;+/
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. ITT nu --1'i S.P.2 50251 0501 . 2. 3. RECIPiE ACCESSIONNO. EPA -560/12-79-003 i. TiTLE AND SUBTITLE 5. REPORT DATE Report on the Pro ress of Re ulations to g g Protect Stratospheric Ozone 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7. AuTMORiSI . .PERFOEiMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO 9. PERFORASING ORGANIZATION NAA1E AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Office of Toxic Substances 02LS811 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency 1. ONTRACT/ RANT N. 401 M St., S.W. Washin ton D.C. 20460 N/A 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Office of Toxic Substances rnual 1978-79 U. S. Environmental Protection Agency 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE 401 M St., S.W. - Washin ton D.C. 20460 15. SUPPLEUENTARY NOTES This Report to Congress is required annually by the Ozone Protection Sections of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1977. 16. ABSTRACT This report reviews the progress made by EPA from March 1978 to August 1979 in regulating ozone depleting substances. In March 1978 EPA along with Food and Drug Administration (FDA) issued final rules prohibiting the manufacturing and processing of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) for non- essential aerosol propellant uses. EPA continues its investigation of nonaerosol and miscellaneous CFC uses, including use as refrigerants, S t) (~ n ..f1 ! ~ 7 7 G ~. , a
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a 50251 0504 ' :,7y n"~• • ' •.~ Olia L.L;':: L-.ss :.L'":. ?4L~i ~~.ri, ' y^71 51 7 7 ~~
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50251 0500 Ab qD INCICATORS Ai+D TEST PAPERS/COL0R'IMETRY/TITRATT0NS/ 77 Bi INTERNATIO NAL SERIF,S OF il1ONOGRAPHS IN 1972 41 ANALYTICAL CHEIMISTRY. Uej, S/ . GENERAL EDITORS: R. BELCHER AND I-I. FRIESER INDICATORS ~ EDITED BY Dcpartment of Chemistry, Unir.ersfty of Exeter PERGAMON PRESS Oxford • New York • Toronto Sydney • Braunschweig I SI -IT---tl . . _ti-..-yT- ---(5-.7_,,.T-_ A
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i 50251 0503 III ReA -72 POLLUTION--WATER/WATER--TREATMENT/ S.P. ' USE OF IMPROVFD MEMBRANES IN TERTIARY TREAT- MENT BY REVERSE OSMOSIS McDonnell McDonnell Douglas Astronautics Company Newport Branch, California December 1970 Water Quality Office I NATI0,'~.4L TECN'alCAL lhFO°"ATION SERVICE .~:. • .. , Environcental Protection Agency i , .-.<,-,. -_ __.....r--._._ _ .-,.,_,~.-....._ : ,..._..-.~....-~~--...... . n
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>~ ..._ t:~:.s._.__..... . ~..w_ L. _ -- 50251 0uei . __.. _..._ ~.~_..~v~ .,.._ ~ DOUGH PI:ODU,CTS/L'KI:All/I3AKIhG/PAS i'RIES/I'LOUR/FOOI)---INTIUSTRY/ 1 C. `.. ! r Bf--.S C U y~' 'R'r~ . MANTJFAGPJRE fundamentals of in-line production by PL'1'ER R. WHITELEY DIP. F.E., F.Inst. B.C. Read ojthc Dcpartntent ojBak.ing, Rush Grccn Tcchnicaf Cc!lcge, Romjord, Essex ELSEVIER PUBLISHING COMPANY LTD LONDON-ANlSTERllAA1 1971 _1
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1QD i 400 50251 0517 We Bismuth F_•t`dQr3ck Geor^A :~lir t;i:T ErcC. ::Y::LiC D:::!?t'~.s f~!:S UF 't'iii:+SPi;(:kU:, ni:,3EidTC, A.tiT17''i0.1.1Y R'.eI) (t':C`.i(`rt7 `in.f i±rl ' J. . .t_ %: ^ ~4::77SiJ ~, , V. 1) .. ~... ..J {: J~ of 716 Pa;;e-- s3i1ey-Tnterac:.ciice _ *tev York ,0-1 1 t"1 0" n f ~~7 9 1
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50251 0506 . . . :~'%----- tECHNOMETRICS U, VOL. 20, NO. 4, NOVEMBER 1978 7$ III Re2-79, • , /af~. ~19-30 Exact Analysis of Variance with Unequal Variances: ~ Test Procedures and Tables . Edward J. Dudewics 8ottelle Columbus loboratories Deportment of Statistia 505 Kine Av. The Ohio Stote University ' Columbus, OH 43201 Columbus, OH 43210 The level and power of the usuai T-'-test for the r-way layout in analysis of variance (Af;OVA) Lre vitiatcd when the assumption of equality of error variances is violatcd. w'e prexnt procedures, with tables and approximations necdcd for implementation, which give cxact tests with powcr and level complctkV independent of thc unknown variances. Thus, the assumption of equal variances may be dropped. . • KEY WORDS (IjANO:VA ~ ~ ~ ~• ., Unequal varian rceE' Tan_esn..amntin. . . an equal variance context. The procedures below are based on two-stagc sarnpling.) ' In fact, even when the error variances are equal, .L_ 7
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50251 0507 i 6 ~% = Ay-e, I J. Chem. Teeh. Biotechnol. 1981, 31, 327-332((P) 8018 LS909 P 327 Kt3LA J CHEM TECHNOL 1:3IOT Effect of Ammonia on the Thermal Decomposition of Ammonium Nitrate Andrzej Kolaczkowskir-Aw"Impski-and Jerzy Schroeder ~'/ Z/ - .,r/ Institute of Inorganic Technology and Fertilizers, Technical University of Wroclaw, Poland (Paper received 26 February 1980, revised ?S July 1980 and accepted 4 September 1980) '0 I The effect of the partial pressure of gaseous ammonia on diftcrential thermal analysis and thermogravimetric curves of ammonium nitrate has been determined. Observed variations of the ther al effecta~ d decomqosition rate constitute a basis for consider- ~ng /}te f~jtor~vhici detarmide the'decbmposition and equilibrium of exa and endothermic processes.
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>0251 0509 F.EF CERIIA'.dILTXt/TIN/LEAD/NITROGEI~/I'HOSPHOROL'S/:.I:SENIC/ANT7.1`fONY/F>ZSI`A1TR/0XYGE"I/ QD SULI'UR/SF.LENIUM/TF.LLURILWPOLONItTM/FLliORINE/CIILORINF./BfiOMINE/IOD7NE/ 151 Sn ASTATINE/ CaMPRE H.`~j~' NSIV/' Volume ^A 1973 INORGANIC C111-11'JAUSTR~.' N ~''As'Sb,Bi 0, S, Se, Te, Po Volume 2. Ge, Su, Pb, Group Vf3, Group VIII, Group VIIB F,Cl+ Br, I, At EDITORIAL IsOARD Pubtishcrd b3- J. C. IIr1ILAR JR., L'rba?:a PERGANION PRESS H. J. EMELIrL S, F.xs., Carnl)ridge 1J73 SIR RONALD NYHOL.M, F.RS., London F-F-°'re ds:riburc+rs in tf.e Tf u~orn IJerR~pnere A. F. TROT\fAN-D1Ct:L-NSO-N-, Cardi!f COVPE\DIL\I PLBLISHEF.S (£t ecuti re f._li'itor) ~ : i hj_..,A~_ ~_ ,
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50251 0508 TRACE T?T.P'ti'"+T S- .'i"AT YSTS/:1Tr)`iT^ AT'•Sn"•nTT')`7 znPf Tnn"iT'TnU \ T.1T?tTN (T"i/ CHRMTSTRY, ANAT.YTTC--ATOP?TC APSORPTInN, SPFCTRO'iT'TRY/ A\'T1^inNY/:1'T.'SEtiTC/RWRTL"'/nT?RYT.T.Tir!/R W'TI','/npPYT,T.P„'t/^•TS"tTTTTI/R!1P,(1rI/(:AT)"tTTT• C11R~'4IL"t/C~R:1T.T/C~rPET?/!;O1.n/IR~~'/T.P'1~/LTT'li?^t/`in~;~A~IF.^F/"iT?R~ITnV/ "tnLYR~F.`ai't/~;ICKEL/PAl.T.A~Ti~"t/PLATT` (ri/SrT.T ."'Ti'`T/~TLT~C^'/STT.~'T:P./TI~:/ TET.LiTRI[t"T/T'iALLllr.i/TIT:I:;TU`?/VA::AHIL^t/7.T~;r•/ 7.IRCn`:TTr'/ METALS--ANALYSIS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/BghEfFi{3*?~' Y/ ,,,,....~...~.... . -- - - -- -- { RA 1231 ~ Be ~ 1980 I l HEYDEN INTERNATIONAL TOPICS IN fflCJLU__.1l___I~0I 0[g Editor: L. C. Thomas TOxrc -M-ETALS AND ~~yN ~ TI-IEIR ANALYSIS LONDON • PHILADELPHIA • RHEINE ~ ~ 1 ff n n' Q I ., ELEANOR BERMAN Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois . ,--
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i50251 0516 y L `i i~Y.__. - ARSENIC/ANTIMONY/RISMUTA/ METALLORG~INISCIIE METHODEN DER VERBINDUNGEN ORGANISCHEN CHEMIE REF QD (I-IOUBE;N-WEYL) 251 MeV1ERl'C,VZ)LLIG NfU GESTALIGI'F. AUFLAGE• 1.978 NERAUf(i1:GESFN VON As, Sb, Bi BEARREITET VON EUGEN NSOLLERt SAWR SAAfMN MAINZ UNTER SESONUEBLR 411Tw'IRAUNO VON OTtO tIAVLR 19 \v-11W" 7 LlV1:RAlISEN 17. t,tE.LKWPIN} • K. ZI[GI.I:RI • GIiORG TIIIliME VERLAG STUTTGART BAN D a111/8 METALL.ORGANISCIIE VE.RttINItUNGIiN As, Sb, Hi `11/RA;V.OfOi 1) N Vn ) 11 I:I N'l. i: k O 1' 1' I ~ IIALIYURO f? .C.A !'7L."
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. 50251 0515 • V ~ i Y :~ ~v s'v ~ QD TRE~.TiSL Qi~'~.~1~ AI~~' z`~~~i.:,t ~~;r1II.~~ i RT 81 fio 1 . 1963 Edited by I. 11i. I:OLTIIOFF PART II School of Chemistry, L'niucrsity oj JI irausota hNALYI'IC/>LL CTJ- rMI STRY and PPILIP J. rL1'I\G OF TIII, EL1;RiEN":'S Dep4rimenl of Ch.emistr,y, Unfrersity of Atichignn "ta the assista"Ce of rR\ EST 13. SA1 DI:LL SEt'TION A School of Cleemistry, Ziniccraily of dlinncsota Systematic Aualyticai Chemistry of the Elements RARF. EARTH P1T:7'ALS/ ~ YOLUiti:~L'~ 8 TIIF, itAICL I;~',R'fi1S ~. ']3IS\iUi'I;. ~ t'1'IlE ~rANAlliUA1 .:-CHRO: ~IIC1~1 ALI;IIOIZS OF VOLUME 8 W1,A'1'I \ U D 1 n 1 E'i'A L S .AatFS h. } RITZ EUGEN}7 A. H1ilS)1:1\ ~ - x. It. l:HApY TIIOIUAS J. \1'A4SII I\TEP.SCIia'CI? PIiBL1SIIERS HAY 11. IIAItIaS biAltK l,1. WOVSKI vIN'~ww It. I:Ar.T}•olll, a din;sion oJJolrn If'ilcIl & Scnx, New Yorl:-L.^ndo;: CN
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50251 0511 J" S I Ll'~:P./PIiOSPHOrOL'S /IiRS::A'I C/l1i,TI; f01JY/F ISi iii'Ti1/ G m e ~ ~ n F1 a ri O'b ut ch DEGRUNDET VON Leopold Gt~lClin . .. ~~ a I~Q~i"c~f~i~~,h '~ Cherre Achte vollil; ne;r bca-b^itete Auflage Teila4 • ~ Verbindungen mit Phosphor, Arsen, Antimon. ~ HAUPTREDAKTEUR Wisnlut und I,~,etailen DIESER LIEFERUNG Rudolf Keim Rt'DAKTEURE DIESER LIEFERUNG Anna Eohne-veubsr, f3rlcJitlc Hcibe', IngeL•org Hinz, Konrad Holzapfcl, Rudolf K.eim, Ernst Koch, Ludwig Roth, Fttilipp StieQ WISSENSCHAFTUCHE MITARDEITER fngeborg Hinz, Lorc Iwan-Hilterhaus, Dietrich Schneider, Phi;ipp ~ St;eR; Ursu(a Trobisch-R:russendorf t Systen tdummer 61 ~ Springer-Verlag , Beriin • lieidelberg . New York 1974 S> I .....•.-y•~ `.,~ C
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- ~ I 50251 0518 i l 0 i ! 7 t : ] J.3 SILICON C1iE*fISTRY /DRGhSIO'v'ETALLIC COPiPOUNDS--RFACTI OuS / POLYI4ERS AND POLY*iF;RIZATIO*t--REACTIONS/ARSF.NIC/ANTI*"ONY/I3IS;fI1TFi/ 1 B0 1 rJ1NF.S/ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES ~ ; 1 ~ i ~ VOLUME 159, ART. 1 PAGES 1-334 ~ June 12,1969 Editorial Director Editor-in-Chiej ~ PETF.R D. ALBERTSON MARC KRAUSS ~ i Associate Ed itor Production Editor ~ I i MARJORIE A. MUSIL KAREN SUSSELL I ; QD REDISTRIBUTION} EACTIONS IN CHEIIIISTRY• 241 Ne Conference Cochairmen KURT MOEDRITZER AND WILLIAAt J. CONSIDINE I 3 5 .. . .. .. n ....... - ._. .1.. n..__.:_..... -e ca:....., u.. nnv.r n r? lVcvcnt. T q, :) ' CONTENTS Introductory Remarks. By KURT A10EDftIT7.ER . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Principles of Redistribution Reactions and Equilibria. I3y JoRN R. VAN WAZER ....................................
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50251 0513 i /r)iosPI',or.uS/ ARs>•:rrzc;/ AtrrrMo:,Y/ /)3ISt;JTII/ REF. QD 1.51 Gm 1975 L,m eflin H'arldbuch der Anorqanischen. Chemce Erganzungswerk zur achten Auflage Band 24 New Suppiement Series Perf luorEiaiogenoe•gano-VeE°bEnduncf en ~'`~ ~ c~er ~-~a up~:aruppene(ecnerite Teil 3 Vcrbindungen von Phosphor, Arsen, Antimon und Wismut Springer-Verlag Berlin • Ileidelberg • Now York 1975 a oi t') n n Cl 1 6 7 i; 7
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Ref. Bisn:ulu--r., System No. 19 suloplement QD 151 .. ... _ ....~.,~. ~a. ~c.~..a..... i _tii~ ir ~ l.n}•i:r c J, . '32w, 0 S . . . -. ~rt%7
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..i 50251 0520 TORA.CCO--SMOKE---ANALYSIS /T 013ACC0•--S'fOV I:--ARSENT r, /TORACCO--SMnKE--BI S.ML7Tti / TORACCO--SMOKF.--SELENIUi•1/TOP,ACCO--SMOKE--TFLT.IIRIIT,,/TORP,CCQ--SMOY.E--ANT IMONY/ f VI Tp-Tb RJR CLASS N0. PAtri~'HLET VI To-76 s.p. S,P, ' .. S incer, D. = I 1C mperial Tobacco L~ d., Bristol, Gt. R~ it.) ~ ~ THE ESTIMATION OF 1ANTIt•IONY, (.kRSEi~IC, •+'3ISt~1UTH, ~S~ENIUM, AND •7ELLURIUII IN TOBACCO AND CIGARETTE SMOKE, 14 p: : Tobacco Chetn. Res. Conf., 30th, paper,/riashville, Tenn. (Oct. 18-20, (in English) antic~ony, cured, constituent; antimony, smoke, constituent; arsenic, cured, constituent; arsenic, smoke, constituent; bismuth, cured, constituent; bismuth, smoke, constituent; selenium, cured,constituent; aelenium, smoke, constituent; tellurium, cured, constituent; tellurium, smoke, constituent. 0 1 ~i n n ri I~ 7~ n .1 1971 0
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50251 0526 n L' STEREOCHEMISTRY AND BIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY/DRUGS--METABOLISM/ DRUGS--BIOLOGICAL RECEPTORS/ENZYME INHIBITION/DRUG DESIGN/ SULFANILAMIDES & OTHER p-AMINOBENZOIC ACID ANTAGONISTS/ ANTIBIOTICS/,B-LACTAM AlNTIBIOTICS/ANTIMYCOBACTERI.AL AGENTS/ ANTIMALARIALS/ - /-ANTIiELMINTIC7S/ANT-IFUNIG!1I:'AGE'r°fSf ARSENICALS,/ANTIMONIALS/BISMUTHIALS/ANTISEPTICS/I)ISINFECTANTS '/ ANTIVIRAL SUBSTANCES/NEOPLASTIC.DISEASES, DRUGS FOR/ IMMUNE RESPONSE, DRUGS AFFECTING/ ANTItixU;BIC ~G"' S/ RS 403 B .f~ ~'1 ~ u 1970 C~~Elt~i ~~~]CI~y THIRD Ml77ON PART I EDITED DY ALFRED I3URGER NROFESSOR OF CIILMISTRY, UNIY4RSIfY OF VIRGINIA. 0IARLOTTESYILLE, VIRGINIA :'I:RSCII'sNCI: ~a 1 IV1[.I:Y•IN'1'I:RSCII'sNCI ) e
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I CtA ~00 W Bi'.W.zi,h coi:ir4uT;t'ts. 50251 0*21 Mann, Frederick George. The heterocyclic derivations of phosphorus, arsenic, anti- niony, bismuth, and silicon. New York, Interscience Pvb- lishers,1950. iz, 180 p. 24 cm. (The Chemistry of heterocyclic compounda z eeries of monographs) IliDliobraphical footnotes. 1. Organometallic compounds. 2. Sllicon organic compounds. I. Title. QD411.IN137 547.9 Library of Congress 154z1I 50-GG51, ~ ' ..r F-' . ~M.r-r. .- •, a 1 0 ~ ~ (~ 1 0 7
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50251 0525 REF QD 1'5,1 Gm 1977 . , B-ISrSUTJ1, ORGANIC C0;1J'(:UNIDS/ ..F G rnt,.A:l~ f VeF~~.~~.. ~ Leopold Gmelin/ . ~ t~.,-~.,'c^ I°-~=~. I 0 r r ~ ~ I ZI-11 ch a Ett;Snzunqsv.rerl< zr!r achten nuflage New Supplement S^ries l3and 47 f-~ r ~t " ~~f a m i C--,~ a .~. ~ r l.o ~ ~, r `yr, a~J 'q q~rt~r• `... .~a E~.L~~. ~ r t ~.~ ~.: ~j C$ ~a~ii•EC ~ 0 n ~ S'pi inger-Verlap ~' Berlin • Neidelberc,; • New York 1977 t; ~5~~~ i' 9 k
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. . 0 . _.~ .. _ : yaluminum,antimony,~arsenic,-barium,-beryllium,'bismuth,.cadmium,-chromium,.cobalt, r•copper, ~germani um, •i ndi um, ~ 1 ead ,. mercurry,-molybdenum, js i 1 ver, ~tel l uri um, ,t;ial l i um, k,t.in;..titanium,.tungsten,•uranium, and.zinc. .T 55 Fr 977 RESEARCH SERIES I EPA-600/1-77-022 / '''-''~ETALS--TOXICOLOGY/ . 4. TITLE AND SUUTI TLE S. REPORT DATE LY- 1977 TOXI COLOGY OF METALS - Vol ume I I . G• PERFORMING ORGAN12ATIDN cODE 7. AUTHOR(S) 3. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT I" Lars Friberg, Chairman • • 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM EIEMENT NO. Subcommittee on the ToxicoJogy of Metals P i ' 11•cONT1lac:ra NT Ns ermanent CoTr7nission and~,i nternational Assoc ation of Occupational Health ~ 68-02-12$7 : 11. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF 1iF•PORT AND PERIOD COYERE Health Effects Research Laborator HERL RTP y , . , Ofi'ice of Research and Development 14.SPONSONI?IQ AGENCY CODO U.S. Environmental Protection Agency . RAse~ 'i 2r 1 ni1 . 18. SUPPL~ yM6N} AR~x NO~E5 n n ' 7 s'~ ~ ) l ) ' ~ ` i ) ~ 1 , l l Prepa r ed coo p in erata:o n w th the i ,.Swedish :Env.aronmantaa Protection i3oard, and the _Karol' insla_,Ins~i,~u~.e -- - - ----- • Y;ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EFFECTS i 50251 0510 ~! ~ a
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50251 0537 i RJR CLASS NO. (ed,); Coppi,R. TEXTBOOK RA 407 Bi (ed,); 1981 PERSPECTIVES IN MEDICAL STATXSTICS. European SyMposiuM on Medical Stati.stir_s, Proceedings,RoMe, Italy,1980. AcadeMi.c Press.NY,81, (IN : ENG, ) ISN = 642 0 Iin n n (l 1 6 t3 i i
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S 50251 0527 a Bii~e`~; Ke>ntte,tb-Altundct:±+ Bncterin, by I:. A. Bisset, assisted by F. W. Moore. Ediu- burtih, E. cC S. Livin;stone.,1952. vllt, 123 p. lllus. 25 cm. Bibl:ography : p. 1L?. 1. Bacteria. Q.R41.1355 ~: 589.95 A 53-2545 Washington (Stzte) / IIntv. Library for Library of Congress ' ~3)t a ~. (n r) ! i~ i; tl
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50251 0496 i 72 'VI Re-76 TOBACCO GEF At1 / ~ -- .M Y RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. •. s'~' Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Wissenschaftliche Abteilung, Hamburg, Ger. RESULTS TO DATE OF A PRELIYlI:;ARY STUDY OF ARSENIC, LEAD, CADt•SIUM, AND MERCURY IN FOUR UVIDENTIFIED GEFu•SAN CIGARETTE liRANDS. ~ • *(BIshert8e-Rrgcb.ns;~se~,,.caer~ 5~fach-Bestiinmungeri"an' ~i Cigarettenmarl~en i '~ac'fi Prufung' auf -Reste"vori A~'rsen, B1ei-;` Cadtnioro Ib nd • f?uecksilberq') * ~ Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Wissenschaftliche Abteilung, Hambur, Ger., ' Confidential manuscript, 1 p. (May 20, 1976) (in German) ~ ._ *Keywords:* arsenic, cured, constituent; : lead, cured, constituent; , cadmium, cured, constituent; : mercury,_cu:ed, constituent. :_ : ^ . Abstr: y Results are given of the data obtained_by four { ~different German commercial laboratories based on five d t i '~ , ~ e erm nations for each,../F or arsenic; for lead,results from one laboratory only are available; for cadmium, two laboratories; for mercury, 3 laboratories,"f'nere lis a rather wide discrepancy of results. a ( 0 ~ t~ f1 n ( i ~:~ I 7 n
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50251 0523 78 III Sc~ $92 Zoitechrift fiir anorganiecbc und nllyn•mpinc (•hrmic. 9 :~ . I n o n o I ' Uber t3ismutate _..~ Itnnd 247. 1911 ~~ .o Von R. Scrrot.nrat und II. STUnne') 11tiD I Abbildung ini Text Bei kritischer Sichtuno der Literatur ergibt sich, daLi bi.v vor kurzcr Zeit nur cino einz4,e wohl definierte, rein anurf;anischi ~',r- bindung mit 5-w•ertisem Bi sichergestellt war, narnlich da; von 0. RuFF z) beschriebeno Kalium-\Vismut(V)-oxyfluorid I3i0F3• K l'. Im vergnngenen Jahr sind zwei neuo 13i(V)-Vcrbindungvn hinzn- gekommen: BiF6, d1s II. v. WAfTeNnIaua) aus 13iF., und Fz dar- stellcn konnte, und 1\az13i0,,, das E. ZrxTt, und IC. Sc:uerxF:0) aus 13i203, 1\Ta20 und 02 thernmisch bvi 'I'crnpernturen bis G5(In Spnthv- tisicrt.en. . In zahlreichen fruheren Arbeitons) wnr sc.hon vvrsuchf• wnnls•n. in H•uarigem Dfediuni Alknli,.Llzc der hypothvtischen 1Vi~ruut(V)-S:inre unter Anwendung der verschiedeusten O.ydatiunsmetluoden her- , sr stcj~n,~ rc An~nbcn sind .~•idcrs)~r~•chc•nd; iiltcre I:rt;cbnissc wrnl~•u ~fic)fni~lr Jor: junf;cren Autoren nicht bext;iliRt. I)io hvrgesl:•llten ~ - .'i: .. I1
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i 50251 0528 s : g ~ ~isset, Kenneth Alexander. B The cctolorv and life-l~istory of bacteria. Baltimore, ~ `Villiams & «~1ik111s, 1950. ~ :it, 13G p. tllus. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Bacteria. i. Title. [QIZ75.B5] 589.95 54-1327 8 [U. S. Army IIed. Libr.: 1. Bacterla. QW51 B=c 1950] I ~~ Library of Congress ia53h1, ~..~._~...,..- ~~ C' ~3 Cj t~~ 0 ~
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50251 053e 0 0 0 ENZYMES--HISTOCHEMISTRY/BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--PREPARATIONS/ CELLS--CHEMICAL COAiPOSITION/ A GUIDE TO PRACTICAL HISTOCHEMISTRY J. CffAYEN LUGCLLE'BI?Elv7SSKX~ lkA Ph.D., D.Sc., Head ojlhe DJriJion 11f.B., B.Ch., Ph.D., M.C.Path. Head ofthe Loboratory of Afedicof Hirtochemurry R. G. IiUTCHER L. W. POULTER J. B. LIPPINCOTT COMPANY ~ ~7 ~ PHILADELPHIA a i ti~ 1 n b t fl fl fl o
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.. ~. ~.: ... 50251 051 t& 7S ~>> fLtz.- y~ . . IZ~t~>'it:I I~ctcrt>,ii>i>I~ttiou of Lead and kl~iSluuttl in ~.lulltilllitiil Alloys Either Scp~u•atcly or ilac Z'resciicc of `~ acT tl><cr Usiii~' Atolliic AbSOI'pLlou s~?CCLrQj)liotoillctry By S. E. LIc>.•snon, L.R.I.C. and~R.»J. Ilcnnis ' 4 Research Division, N1gh Duty Alloys, Ltd., Slough A iuethod is descrihed by which the lead and hisntuth 'cuntents in alunriniurn-hase alloys are detcrnuned directly in a dilute aciel.%oturiun by mcuns of utumic ahsurptiun spectrophutornrtry. The proccdure is of particular value for the rapid deternrinatiun of these elentcnts at the 0-5 to 1-Sio level in the free tnacl,ining uluminiunr alloys but it can also be employed for impruiry levels down to 0•03^Jo. IN our laboratories the original method for the deter- mination of lead in aluminium alloys involvcd using the timc-consuming lead sulphate separation pro- ccJure followcd by gravimetric finish as lead molybdate, and for the determination of bismuth, use of preliminary separation as sulphide followcd by gravimcinc finish as bismuth oaychlorrde. In the course of time these con- vcntional "wet" chemical analysis procedurcs were 0 1 ci 0.0 r~ ! maximum auxiliary air supply was neccssary with the multi-slot burner. The free machining aluminium alloys tinder considera- tion were of two main types: one being a general pur-. pose aluminium-5-5Cjc copper alloy containing about 0•5rln cach of lead and bismuth (HidumatiC` conforming to B.S.G.E. 43UU/5, FC.I), and the other a corrosion resistant aluminium-marnrSrtlm <ilirui~ t
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50251. 0541 l " da Management by exception; systEmatizing and simplifying the managerial job tbyl Lester R. Bittel. With a foreword by H. B. Maynard. New York, McGraw-Hill t19Gx11 820 p. illus. 22 cm. Includes bibliographies. l. Industrial n:anagement. r. Title. IID31.B5 ' 658 64-21-2950 Library of Congress
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1 i. 3 %. s. .~...L. ~i.+...a.'.~:.e. .J.~ 37.)" ~ XX MeF-&4~-74 Bull. Bimestriel Inacol. 24(3-4)Mar.-Apr.,1973,SS-110. EFFECT OF ADDITION OF TIN ON COLOR OF CONDITIONED :VEPETABLES IN VARNISHED BOXES; A NEW DEVELOPMENT: TIt: PIGMENTED VARNISH. C~ ~ . L~ l EFFET DE LIAUDITIO?i DIET4IN SUR LA COUL..'UR DES LEGIILES !., . CO2~ITIONNES Ei1 BOITES VEF2ZIE5' -'l'_Z z3 ' 7SC ' E ~II~- NOIIVE~III DEVELOPPEi.E.iT 1 LE VERNIS PIG1'~TE A LI ETe~IN /Z pax R, BISTON ~ & J. GIIERRIER** I - INTRODUCTION t Pour des raisons resultantt dlune part, de taodii'ications ~ de la techpologieTdu fer-blanc (p4ssuge du fer-bl?n c etaqe a chaud --~-i---.,----~ .- . - -- • - -- , r --- - I
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~251 0534 ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS, VOL. 4/ATPI0tPHERE/ UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME /AIR--POLLUTION/STRATOSPHERE/ QC 879 Un 1979 ~C. THE OZONE LAYER proceedings of the Meeting of Experts Designated by Governments, Intergovernmental and Nongovernmental Organizations on the Ozone Layer Organized by the United Nations Environment Progratnme in Washington DC, 1-9 March 1977 Fdit or r/1.4IT3~ BISWAS~; *~ Dfrector, Birwas and Auociates, Oltau,a. Canada Publi.hcd for the UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME by PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD • NEW YORK • TORONTO - SYDNEY - PARIS • FRANKFURT I i ) ) ~ ` q 1((Z 6 n t4 ti~:~ 8
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50251.0535 Proc. AiRer. Soc. Hort. Sci..82, 490-493(1963) Effects of Gibberellic Acid on Size and Quality of / Inflorescence in Geranium, Pelargonium hortoruml By `l~';1~1F3'~XS;+~'Ttrskcrce Instrttttc, Alabama, and Nl. N. RooFRs, Univcrsity o/ Mlssouri, Columbia, Missouri MANY RF.PORTS (2, 5, G,) indicate that gibberellic acid (GA) stitnu- ~- lates the growth, cte.•elol>ment and flowering of many orna- • mental crops. Marth et al. (•l) reported an increased stem elongation of 50-300~fv for geraniums after GA treatments. Davis et nl. (1) increased geranium flower size on the varieties Olympic Red and White Wonder with GA. Linclstroni and tvittwcr (3) reported increased inflorescence sizc oC the -cranimn varieties Spartan Whitc and Brick I:ecl Irene, and concluded that this was due to increase in petal and pedicel length. Interest in the use of GA in commercial production of (loricul- tural crops led us to investigate its use on geranium with respect to increasing flower size and improving keeping quality. e
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50251 0519 . Bisnut'r:, V. 5. As Ref. Sneed, Mayce Cannon,18p6- ed. ~ QD Compreliensice inorganic chemistry ~edited byi M. Cannon 151 Sneed, J. Lewis Maynard 1:-ndl Robert C. Brasted. New ~ S York, Van Nostrand 11353- v. lllus. 24 cm. Bibliographical footnotes. CoNTFNra.--v. 1. Frinclphs of atomic and molecular structare, by W. N. Lipscomb. Theoretical and applied nuclear chemist:v, by Y. R. O'Connor. The actinide series, by O. T. Seaborg. 1. Chemistry, Inorganic 2. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. i. Title. QD151.S69 546 53-5775 Library of Congress t56j,101 . - - .. , . - . . - . - . . •Y:
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; -a 1 Di 50251 0530 i ~ 1 : Y~-s.....j.... .~....J ..J. ~.a. ~a/ :•....~VS....j:~:.G w:.:+...iV~.~ 0 S 1l 0 0 '• 0 1 a Ill ~ ' 4
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.. 50251 0522 ---- B],SMU?'H, ORGA?dIC C0;•fPOUVIJS/ P.R F QD 15.1 Gm 1977 G im e. It i E--t I ~~.,rri d., b u c h i Leopold Grnelin/ Cilr)emie Er9.5nzungsweric zur achtcn Auflago Nev,r Supplement Scrics l3Hnd 47 , F ~ ~ f E~6`l(tut-0 G"~;~~~"`is.~ce", e '~ - T vfC L" IaL k kU U.11 4ST ~,..'~' II L Springcr•Vorlag • .~ Rerlin Nciciclbcrg • Ncw York 1977 n I If I
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. . , • . . ~i 50251 0539 70; 1 `ta--W 12-86-79 INVERSE OPTIMIZATION: AN APPLICATION TO THE CAPACITATED PLANT' LOCATION PROBLEM Dorothy E.'Sempola.nski, and Jeremy F. Shapiro Operations Research Center ~ ~ rT I-NdnJUSTRUAL LIAISON PROGIU~'~~1 ..~ '/. .:1 / ~ ~. ~A ' ~ P~ . I
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50251 P32 INDUSTRIAL PREPARATION OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF AK1fONIUM 75 VIII Rel NITRITE IN THE LIG11T OF ti'ORY. SAFETY. P. t. . ., . .,S 2 PrzemysJ:. Chem. 37, 774-7 (1958) ~.. ,.... t Dy: Stefan Pawlikowski and Stata,t:;a~w,;<,8j.AtXoq,.; The development of production of,E-caprolactam, an intermediate in the production of synthetic fibers, hing,es on the development of a suitable method for the production of hydroxylamine used in the reaction. Most nethods for the production of hydroxylamine are based on the reaction betc.een nitrites and sulfites. The most common methodsfor the pioduction of hydroxyl- amine are based on the reaction of .sodium.nitrite•.with sodium t,inulfite to-f.orm n CZ 1 ~ Po n ~`
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50251 0543 1 ~" 2 45 Bitt©r subs+u?nc:,::, V. 'I F Fortschritii uer i;i.e.nie orl;aniscl.er :\aturcio{}'r., Pro *re=s in the chemistry of organic natural products. 1'rogres dsns la chimie des substances organiques naturelles. 1.- Bd. Wien, Springer-Verlag tetc.] 1938- 11" Go v. :Ilus. 2-1 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L. Zechmeister. () I tj 0 0 ^ 1. Chemistry, Organic-Period. i. Zechmeister, LAszhS, 1889- ed. QD241.FG A C 39-1015 rev* Minnesota. Univ. Ltbr for Library of Congress ir54plIt e
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50251 0540 I QH 611 B i Ce11 p1i. Washington, Butterworths, 1964. vill, 128 p. iUus. 19 cm. (EU Molecular biology and medicino series) Includes blbliographtes. 1. Hydrogefl-1on eoncentration. 2. -Hietochemistry. r. Title. ~,1.H611.B 53 .~ ~ 574.87 Llbrary of Congress . . .-r-,...-t.--esTT'.,.. ~.. 64-12632 ~ i
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TIT D112-7R S.p. Cleveland, Ohio NASA Technical' Paper 1192 i50251 0548 Effect of Nitric Oxide on Photochemical Ozone Formation in Mixtures of Air With National Aeronautics and Space Administratic 1~o1ecular Chlorine and Sclentitic and Technic: With Trichlorofluoromethane Information o(tice 1978 U&jd-d.',-%Bitrkcrt and Edgar L. Wong Lewis Research Center 0 in n n n" 2 ~~`r ~/~' ~ t '~
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50251 0538 , A itaiaitl~-: J.", . author i •r ~. s:.. ., :, r.. .. ._ _.... _... . J! 1• ..i . _......y J• ..~a.....,... ..... CVA. T_.r ~! f.l7~J'~1.~:) CAJ~~~r 0 ....~..~-
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tlD 50251 0553 69 Bi 1975 Archer Checklists for General Afanagers JOHN- BITTLESTON JOHN `VILEY & SONS New York - Toronto ~ I no n rt 1 ;3 8 ' 2 7
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50251 0547 e i 11 r+, . .. ~, rtcFtr,.c:!. c.. r i;. ::nV:, ('O! ll_I1 tUt1 "Y;.i'CL?S , : 'A !, .. %: Q ~ o 0 l1 lt A 6 A i), '
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i 50251 0533 i 1.iAW\ .!'M 7T!Y i'1i l/ 1;3f~;cr[E.r ._._....... r...~....,... ...w. f. w ........_._.. ...... . ~._~......~.. vUi'lZtl C3rVLLlP, [.. 57 • ,...., 'Jm Nx, }:o1, 266' ~~it~lit a u/~t~ 6' IL/ "Ct-~) . ."cu ~,., ~ ~. A00537f Conversion of aqueous solutioas of ammonium nitrite ~ in a foam cohmin. I-'13i3E"toqj;'Wiaislai"(Politech. Gliwice, Gli- wicc, Poland). Lesz. Nauk. /'olilccJr:'.57ask., Clicm. 1969, No. b0, 22£-32 (Pol). \ffi\Ot ts•1s oxidized to ,\'1i,\O3 by 50% )1NUj at 20° in a foam column undcr various loads of a plate with otriclr.ich a- -^.n6:•r ' air, variable compn. of air, concu. of nitritc to be convcslcd, ratio P of rcaf;cnts, and time the soin. rests on the plate. The amt. of air had no e1faM on the conversion degree, but its increase in. !~- %nC:.`iClt:z:-CS17c'j Y/ ~ r'rac..l th. N.-•Ir ^irnr' of the proce~-s. IUe erc~~r nf (1 rn'irn. in ...~..r.a s .s . . .~ . m, . ., . v a. . .. .« O, 0 ^O2 ~~:T:1a (~ ~'l Cl 1 0 1:i ~~ l1 ?
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50251 0545 '~ i . iII nu2-77 S.P. Bff e-ct of Pollutant Gases on Ozone Padiation ' ' ' 1 Production by Simuldtea Solar ; ~ . ; National Aeronautics and Space Administration. Lexis Nesearch Center, Cleveland, Ohio. . AUTHOR: Wo:.g, E. L., 8ittker, D. A: C3643r4 FLD: 4A, 55A STAR1219 : , 1974 30p REPT NO: ZJASA-i M-X-71573, E-8013 40t7 1TO R: 18 .Conf-Prese:.ted at 2D Intern, Conf, on the Environ. =mpact of Acrospaca ; Operations in the Uigh Atmosphere, San Dieg6, Calif ., 8-10 Jul. 197 4 Sponsored by Ari. N;eteorol. Soc. And the Aiaa. . ~ ABSTRACT: Experiments using simulated solar radiation in a chamber, with a controlled atmospheric pressure near 1 atmosphere, were . Gonducted to evaluate 03 production. The effects of, CO and H24 , were analyzed to determine if the Co and H20 addition could reduce NO destruction of 03. The results show that ;l0 is ds-stroy2d while destr oying 03. , n I :~
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50251 0546 i (Jt. Author) e a I brokaso, fii.chasd S. i;.A.P',:.'0N :'Jt;CYIDS CvII; :TION r.i!,TES CO':c'L1i:D I%tZR M-AN1Fi:Lv' I'.~:•.':GT..^.R Ct7i•iJxia7.;S, by nJ..t.~...w C nw.._..... ...-! ~~....A.. . vlvAt..... •..~.r..~~Ir 1970 19 Pa-es :iatioaal Apxonautt.c;? Washf.rw- :on, D. C. ~~ SpMcc !d_inistzat3oa ~ 1~1 o 0 o I~ft ? n
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t HD Xerox,, Corporation 69 ilIt' (Xerox Learni ng Systems ) 2e Vol. 1, No. 3 (Summer 1980) 1980 .
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(Jt. Auth&) 50251 0551 ~ 2741 Ju C. t10L It / C-1 ,tux•icyc, P.obwrt r,. P.LS?.ARCH aND DEVLLO'-'tT,ST El'FEC!'2P.a•.ESS PECGIZAt4 3.9<59 0.12 69), A Y.ycs-gament Tool to A.ilUcarc the Rv.dget oz a &esearcin C+ugr..uiz-ation, by F:cbcrB: R. Jurick aati Jr"ncs F. Bittle, IY. 1968 131 Pages U. S. Dept. of Ge^•mmesr.g D. C. 0 5
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50251 055A 1.`?r7.`i1~in ",•.l1Ns ~.:l~. ~ ' 1J ~~ S~iva. E1,};t ~ ~I~J 6S 1 3 ~ F.~:,:.. E~. `..~. . I a n~(t f1 n n i~~?_ ~
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50251 0524 78 III Sc~ i $92 7.ri(achrifL fiir anorgeniscbc und nlly;rinrinc C'hrudc. Itnnd 247. 1!1/1 - - -------------------------- ~Uber E3ismutate Von R. Scrrot.nr:a und II. S•runnsr) Mit I Abbildung im Trxt Bei kritischer Sichtung der Literatur ergibt sich, d.rt3 l;iv vor kurzer Zeit nur cino cinzi-e woh1 definierte, rein rtnurt;anische Ver- bindtuig mit 5-worti6em Bi sichergestellt Nt•ar, niimlich da., vun 0. RuFF:) beschriebeno Kalium-1Vismut(V)-oxyfluorid BiOF3•1:I. . Im verl;nngenen Jahr sind zwei neuo l3i(N')-Vcrbindrmgcn LiiIzu gekomi0m: Bih'6, das 11. v. WAn't't;NnEu0') aus ljir, und Fz dar- stcllen komntc, und Na,I3iQ„ das 15'. ZiNT1, und K. Sc:ii}axtac') aaa 13is0„ Na20 und 02 lherniivclt boi 'I'empernturen bis G.',t1n s~ nt lu•- Lisierten. ]n zahircichen friihrrcn Arbcilvnb) w,rr srhon wrsucht word.-n. in N•aRrigcm Medium Alkulisulze dcr hypolhwtisnhi•n «'isniuf (V) ~:iun• unter Armenduns der verNchiedcustcn Oxydatiunsuicl lurdt•n bi r- .w~islijlpn.jhio Angaben Find widersprea•lu•nd;:illcre l:r{;cbnissr, wr-rdmn 4ic11aFh von jiinf;ercn Autoren nicht. bi-.tdiligt. I)iu ltc•rt;c.AoIlten a
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50251 0529 ~BeA ~ (1g68) ~ 8IAAett;~O:.-W: (Jt. qrchor) 111•%: xy , R. E. Y~i P.vUa YC1RT1:'ICATZOId A`M ST0MV~E 07 'j7Oi,i4-W'.T LUZ-:£~^.":'y:I:~~ T CRYSTt1S.S, by R. E. Bara'y, 0. W. E:•r.:.cat azd C. J. Wagnor, Jr. Proc. Fla. State Hort. Soc. 79, 330-3ij, (1965) ~ ,:
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~ 50251 0544 ~ • .. . . ~ NZTROSAMINE RISK VI Re9-80 S.P, 0 / • r -- Chem. TecF'i." 31.(10) 547 (1979) IN THE CHEMICAL INDUS'TRY (fAST GERMANY), _ ~ ~ .~. ~,~_c~.f~ rr. • ~T, fi(Grwdil und Il. Arl,rrrr, Arhrit.liygicuiwchrA %~•ntrnnr fur ~ ~IMAAsiluufie IwLi,trir, l.cumt Zunt litrosaseinrisilo in der rheomischen Industrie V ` . F.ke-In. Tu4. r,r~~ rr~ ~,~o v3 -- l. 3z G~.17~t Li ~t.• f{~Yv~~YY tlJ A~»~ ~~i~~ ./=.L G~-Yrt-t~ t t-sarl ~J t^v ~i ~ ~ C.i piwvtYs~j' L~r~~Gtl•r~11 ~i/ttlri r C I fi (°~ +~ C f~ Ri ! f
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;Z 50251 0557 ~ Bi 2 -ADDING vPLANT NUTRIENT SULPHUR- TO FLUID FERTIhIZERS,, by Bixby, David W. and. Be.lpert. L. Rucker. (The Sulphur Institute Technical Bulletin --Number _11) May 1965 16 p. The-Sulphur.Institute Wahhington,.D. C. 0 0 1 fl 0 n 0 1 -08 3 1
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; I 80 II Ey-81 $.P. vo1. 1:, ho • hinmed in USA _$I go.=l g- S O~~ Cardiovasculal#- and Neurophysiologic Correlates of Sensory Intake and Rejection. II. Interview 4.,31P Behavior MONTE S. BUCHSBAUM, REDFORD B. WILLIAMS, JR., AND , LYMAN C. WYNNE Adult PiycAialry Bronch and Laboratory oJGinical Psychobiology, Nationollnstitute ojMsntal Health, BetAada ABSTRACT As part of a three task study of the influence of attentional style on cardiovascular response, 19 oormal volunteers were given a 15-min interview during which systolic and diastolic blood pressure, digital pulse volume, heart rate, and forearm blood flow were recorded. At the same time two observers independently assessed five elements of the subjects' interview bebavior; arousal, eye contact with the interviewer, self-revelation of interview center, attentiveness to the interviewer, and overall transac- tional engagement in the interview task. When subjects were divided into groups of interview attenders and nonattenders on the basis of interviewer ratings, attenders had a mean decrease in forearm blood flow and nonattenders a mean increase. These group differences extended across a word identification Q I r) (1 n p 1 aF) ?, j a
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- bU251 0563 TOBACCO--LAW--NORWAY/ 11 XI ToB2-78 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI 0L2-"l8 s.p. +t$~1at~I:~~~K1• (Statens Skjermbildefotografering, Oslo, Norway) NORWEGIAN TOBACCO ACT. INTRODUCTION. Scand. Jour' Resp. Dis. 1978 (S102) 142-6 (1978) (in English) r 1 ~~I am quite aware that these figures on ~ reduced smolcing, althourh promising, do not prove any causal rclatic,nship to the ~ introduction of the Tob:icco Act. Only an- ~ alysis of lonf;tcrm trends will make it hossi- ~ ble to judge .1bout this difficult quc•stion. ~~ 18 :; 7 .
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U d,4* u c ! 0 u U t O ~i i , uopr&ol soged LZ 'tl •Q Aq t *An-3T2wJy srRdP1S aRI OLoZ IIQaU:PR 'Q 'r puv A4xTg Q;^J SaTw L3nCjd ~ 3 ~ i 4 i . 'd'S 9SS0 ISZOS 9v-ag IX TL ~ ~ ~
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50251 0566 aut. ~ In ~ (1967) ROllcY, It. . .., ... 1 ., 1 at~ ~ WL ti.r ~t-* ..~J.~~ ., 1 :i >E by tl. r'. DCs7..-.~t3. Liftc Ssi. L), 0 1 r. n n r~ i~~> f, n
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50251 0558 aut. ~ (1969)ii~-r, ieq, L. L. FOR Dt 5: ±.iiY~1~I^ii Fi i I,y ~ _ r.'~.lJ.^, } f• C4 of n~ Pxo;x•ess :.•:Port t3o. 2;:,L.) 1967 92 pn•ac U. S. D^pt. of tHa I*.:t .,ior . . - - . :+ . .. - . U 1 n nn o iIS 8 X 2
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(Statens SkjermbildeXotografering, Oslo, Norway) THE TOBACCO LAW IN NORWAY: EXPERIENCES FROM ITS ENFORCEMENT. Nordisk Medicin 91, 224-26 (1976) (Unedited translation from Norwegian) '._.. .. ku c TOBACCO--NORWAY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMYIiLET XI ToB2-77 77 Prohibitions against tobacco advertising and the marVing of pack- ages with the health risks from cigarette smoking are now in force in many of the Scandinavian countries. In Norway, a law with such restrictive clauses came into force on July 1, 1975. The contents ~ 50251 0564 << ! of the law and the more detailed specifications which were formulated by the Department of Social Welfare and the problems and reactions in ~ connection with the enforcement of the law are reported;ald the effects of the• ~laW_as_measured b_interview~. -i-n-vestiga_tions are d_i_s_cuss_ed. No,te Datel ~ i- .,,
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50251 0575 BLOOD PRESSURE/ Ysiolo CardiovascularAAYcho ph _ 9Y RC 681 current issues in Ob response mechanisms, 1974 vt,iofeedback, and methodology ALDINE PUBLISHING COMPANY/chicago , A I edited by Paul A. Obrist ~ aa H:-Black~ Jasper Brener Leo V. DiCara I I - 0 "' t_ G 6 0_ ft 1 6 8 4 9 .
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'i 50251 0569 PROXY HETIIODS At.D CaMPO'JtiDS FOk F.'U.°.Y.PIkCE FAN'170R1t~,G OFAPd0L'YNUCLEIR ARaaATlC HYDrOCX.480IS• a s.p- R. B. Gar.mage and A,;;;.lljersetha. Health and Safety P.esearch Division Oak Ridge tlational Laboratory Oal: Ridge, Tennessee 37830 •Research sponsored by the Office of Health and Environ-ental Researcn, U.S. Department of Energy under contract !;-1:CU=-crg-26 with the Union Carbide Corporation. a Battelle Columbus Laboratories, Colu,rbus; Ohio 43201 Running Title: Proxy Hethods for k'orkplace Fbnitoring. ,i c o ~;~oRo
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50251 0560 i T)E LA v`" ^ 1 l~.: E•]:dl Ch. ~~2 ~!1° [::'''t? ~ 1 OS 2y2• d b C~3:3 sr-i *_]i cot:.nr3 J~~'~~ C{'v N ~ ll~'JJj .fi..`3j72(3 .,.~.~„ OlOe 6) r.) 0 1 o n
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.v ,..- -. . . . ~ .. . _,. . . ,,. ::,. . . . . . •.,, . . . • t ....~.~~_.-~a-J-..,' ~ . 50251 0554 ~ BiuZ.~ Ge:itri~i :ey~*Le~.;;.Afzeac. 'Lytbuioweja 1S63 Ciro. i:2-97 (1963) .~»,.w. i>vf-i.:~~ ~.. n:. . ~..? «.~iv".~•~~~S.Sc: ;..~Si~~y3-ti.i4 w ~N~7.,`r~y..~. a -`•..- _':-' ~'I ~>,..i:.i;'~:~~ .r~.ii a.~~• ~=-~ .. . .... .. . y ~~'.`.~. ~ <a , ~.iY:.1 ~a~..~.f.r t.rl,'.~Et.~•.L::~'r ~' ~: .%~ .. . , 0 1 (I (1 fl ~~ I ~'.*) ~ 1 2 A
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50251 0552 L°iIv` OUF1Pv.C..3 EEI PiZT.DcN IN GEGMX:d'r'.R:' .'0M °c1LMUH- i ~1iM~ClF`:. o.'r 01.c&;.na sit lli.id Tr-.-m)er.nkuxe „ Cou~iri:.~s i:1 c±~e PYSSSncs~ a~ ~ rU11adiic:n Gomicic: e^i , i3y K. B.tC1er,N. V. i:utepwa, P. t:eu5auer aud tf. : ngev. Chem. £0 (No. 9) ,_ SS3-z5r, (E:~y 7, 1965) w U I in n
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50251 056B -~~_..._--- • ~'~~•l9.-S RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 261 Ca i980 Dennis,A,J.; POLYNUCLEAR AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS: CHEMISTRY ANI) BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS. International SyroposiuM on Polynuclear Ar•onatic: Hydrocarbons. 4th,Esattelle ColuMbua Laboratories, Co].uMbus, f.1H,79, Battelle Press,ColuMbus, QH,80, (IN : E:NG, ) ISN =: 3778 i 0! c~ p n p !~ Y~?
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50251 0579 - -78. XI Ad-80-- ....__._._..__...__ _._.... ~_~......._~_ ~:i.._.z_.:.~..: . . .....U.~.. . ._. ....~~..... _._ s.P. ~ RJR CLASS P'0. PAPPHLET 78 XI Ad-80 SP t•.. ~Pobson, J. G. (R~yal Postqrad. t'ed. Sch., Dep. Anaesthetics, London, Enqland) CIGARETTE P,DVEFTISIi+G - LETTER TO TF!E EDITCR OF LONDON TIhIES. Times 1980, n.p. (Feb. 5, 1980) - in English . 0 t fI 0 ~ 0 I~~~~
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50251 0565 ; II AS ~ ln MR"rk r 2 61S5.,~,t. aut. ~ (1967) e Icollex It. '""`^'I'C: T- i pW'"FCD: O" (E~rnT r .~. r^) , }~ tS, ~L.f)S AV ~~+~...,, a ~ ~: ... L V~l1Z 1.a~1.Alvii 1•y1.J 1~ h iV ~. T ,IU.. A... y J. S. Jour. inscct Phpsiel. 11, 1155-01y t:S,`•5)' 4 f (_ !.1 ! i tJ 1 i) 8 .; 9
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50251 0578 /. ' . • L. s. ,;. ADVERTISING TOBACCO A STUDY OF EXP:.:NDIT: iES AND CF TRENDS I\ SAL: S PROMOTION, WITH AASEDICAL APPEND:X. FOREWORD BY .t 0 CYRIL BLACK, J. P, , D. L. , M. P. -- ......_<. ,_ .... - , :_.._ . , APRIL 1962 PUBLISHED BY TiiE A'D.Vr R::;:NG :NQ:iIRY COUNCIL :..T.'7. r... :.ONDON t9 CRESS1rF.L:.. PLACE, S. W. Iu. (FRE 6508) ~ 1 t) n fl {) 1 6 8 5 2
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III Du2-78 S.P. 50251 0549 1. Report No. Govrrnmrnt Aecessron No. PIASA TP-1093 L 4. TiUe and Subtrtle EFFECI' OF TR1CIiLOROFLUORO:1'lET1IANi? AND 14IOL1•:CULAR CIILORINI: ON OZONI: FORMATION I3Y SIMULATI:D SOLAR RAI)IATION 7. Author(s) 10' ."Vitl riM'Y"1ikWand Edgar L. Wong 9. Performing Organi:ation Name and Address National Aeronalttics anct Space Administration Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio 44135 12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address National Aeronautics and Space Administration WashinUton, D. C. 20546 15. Supplementary Notes IL 3. Recip ent's C.itato.j ca. 5. Report D.+tc tlovember 1977 fi. Perturnung Org,rwatr. n Code 8. PerlorrningOrqam;at.on Report No. E-9078 10. lVurk Unit No. 198-10 11. Contract or Grant ':o. 13. Tytv of Report a^d Period Covered Technical Paper 14. Sponsoring Agency Gx1e Ii e 16. Abstract Mixtures of air with cither Cll or CFC13 were photolyzed in a reaction chuniber by SitAltlated folim rajl'~atiffi. P~ont [ot.jlat(t~n n'~s t~thorlrily inhibited by C1., and perm.anently inhibited
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50251 0562 r r i Ab _.:~r._... _..`._~ _. . TOBACCO--LAW--NORTdAY / XI ToB -77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMI'I;LLT i,I ToR,-77 • s. r. S.P. 2 ~.,.,~. l (.~ort;et;ian Nat. Counc. SrnokinS Health, Norway) fllt. t;ORld}?G1AN TOE:ICCO ACT. Health l:duc. Jour. 36 (No. 1) 3-10 (1977) (in English) 1J1}: histul)• of 'lltc 'ortcctiian Toh:+cco Act .~hut%s cJc:~rl)' ihat thc ptt;iaration and i i irnplcrncuta(ion of a statutc is a comprcllcnsitc :1nd (inic-cuntiulninb }iroccss. "I'his Act t { 1t'as )troltoscd in a rcpnrt in 19u7, i~ltcn an inlcn'isciplin:u-)~ commit!cc, at file rc•rlucs! ~ i of (Lc 1)ircctue Ct•ncr:tl ot Ilcalth Scr~iccs, pri•"cn(cd :t rcport uu nh:a nrc:tsures could ~ be (a1:cn to cotrtb:rt file stuul;ind :urd lic:l(h Irrnhlcm.r Accurdin~; 1o Ilris cotntnittcc, ! ~ file s(ratcl;), N%as to he b:u,rd on a cumt,in:-1tion uf infurttr:rtion, restri:•titc mcasures ~ antl ccss:rtiun actititics.'1hc cifcct of this /rililr I~ruhr.:nr1nc ~tould be dccrc:.•_d iftl:crc ( Wt•rc:t lacl: uf I~alancc l;c(ttccn file tltrcc comliunciits. i i n n n i c) 8 .j 6.
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50251 0574 C;;yh'L:3JUN:_V: i2>711F!~ A~:n 1•i-rE: ACAL;.-IMIC G•S x~rr-I() Uili r. r ritly Terrlclrcrs in Me Br%tish Isles i11 Arts, L:d1!(YIt1C%Jl l111d Social ,,~~,e;C)lCCs AD:A'Ni - 8: ",C -j; -Mu.~ F,4 I3 i:ACI"i • i. O N I) O N IJist.ributed in the Ilr.it,-ri Staies by R. R. ItowJ:er Company, Nc~,v York • .. . .,.. ... . -,^: n-^~.-._+: e . ~ t i 1 ~ ... -'~e. ... .. ~. .-.~.~.. ..~.. . ~..T..--.......•~.. a. .-~ . ~.•vT..n+a...-....... •... `J ~~1 0 0 t) t;~ 8 11 fl
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50251 0567 a Rc 2E1 ; L m Yversen. Olav fillrilar. I:itietics of ehidvrinal reaction to carcinoleaS; a cybernetic model anal ysis, 1,Y Olav Hilruar Iversen mnd Rolfi Iijerklles. Copenha;.Yeti,lhuiks-aard,1963. 74 p. il'us. (1 col.) dia,rs. 2.5 cm. (Acta pathologlea et micro- blologica Scandinavica. Suppiemeatini M) Biblio;raphy: p. i2-i4. 1. Carcinogens. 2. Epidermis. 8. Electronic data proce:,s[ng-Btul- ogy. i. Bjerl.•nes, Itotf, joint author. u. Title. (Serles) Chicago. IIniv. Libr. for Library of Congress A C4-S?1 ~- ~ \ -~ 131 a C: I f ; l ! n n / :? e, /i '
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2 695 Ma 1972 -50251 0582 INFORMATION STOitAGE AND RETRIEVAL/ LIBRARIES--AUIOMATIOh/ i GUEDEi.lNES 6°QR lEDR~'~RY AUTMIATiON A Hund~ooh for' , • Eedc-ral and Other Libraries bY Barbara Evans f,iarkuson Judith l'langer . Sharon Schatz ~.. r.~.. SYSTEM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION SANTA MONiCA, CALIFORNIA FALLS CHURCN, VIRGINIA . - .. ---- • --- - - •- - -- ,--~------ ' fi ~ t q Io Q fl n I ~~~~ '
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50251 0583 i i_'1SG0-1;t:,7. Blnck's ],,,.\r dic- tionaty ... (Card 2) tetus, .uul a t,tb1e of alj1,re\•iatiotl~z. by Ileur~• C':tntl~l~eli I;;~trl: yM e~l.. by the lbli~lte~r'~ t-clitc~ri,tl staff. St. Paul. : Sinn., Wr,t puhli'lting, Co.. I9S / ' ~3 vii, !{t 1-t=pf -_'6 c•ni• 1'ir,4 ed.. 15191. liwz title: A iliction:n•y of law. 1 340.03, 1.ibrary of Cuugr<<" !0. t'nnL rt. '1'itl 0 1 n (1 n(1 I o•8, ; 7
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50251 0576 , ~...~s .~ ~ 1973 i AN ANNUAL BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARY ONE HUNDRED ANi) TWLNTY-FIFTiH YEAR OF ISSUE -,ADA-M° A N D"C i I ARZ'E'S `B r,Nt-IC"" LONDON ...,. . . . .pi . . . ~ -,.•~., o i o" s :;
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50251 0585 ~ 123 B .: .Flacli, Henry Caml;beil. i.~C0-1927. Black's ]tin' 4:c- tionaty ... (Card l) tE'Jt,, nnd u t,ti,le of aLLceviutiuus,1iy IIenry ('wul)hell 1',lack `f~"~ ec1., bti' the 1)ul~li~ltc!'': e~litcu'ial statl'. ~t.. Ptt~.il. \Ii~in., }~ PSt ')U~111s11111~ c0.. j Y ~'li, F'it-'t e:l., iSM, tha: title: A di:•tio»iat',' uf la"'. t. West tnihlisti!n_ ru.. st. I'onl. ii. Titie. "3 340.03 Librc)t•y of Conrrt'S.: 0 I . 0 ~ t1 t? 1 ~ 8 q 9 a , . r
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50251 0589 Ab TJ 2 30 $1 1luchine design. 1:t ed. Yew Fork, 4irGra%N•-:Iill liuu;: Co., 1918. vii, 357 p. Ii:r;S., diagrs. 24 cul. Bibliograph[cal f~votnctea. 1. MacY:!aerg-Des:gn. TzT230:B558- ~- -~ 021.8 Library of Congress (49L31 48-46-15'" ' ~ 1(l 0 n n 1~€~ z;
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' _.._ _ .. ..__~ 50251 0572 Ann. OccJ'p. Jlyy. Vol. 13. pp. 273-282. PcrFemon Press 197:. hinled in Grtal tiritain STUDIES ON TI3E ABSORPTION OF HALOGENATED IIYDROCAI:BONS AI\'D TI-ILIR EXCRETION IN BREATH 11. USiNG 33.CI TRACER TI:CIiNIQUES A.. MOP.GAN; ,A: gWXmand D. R. $ELCIIER Ncaltlt Physics and %4cdic-r.l M•ision. A.G1:.F. 3iar.t•cll. Rrrkc6c- TI V Absfract-'rirc usc of 3`-C:1 tracer rticthods is d,•scritsd in rne•+surcmcnts of (a) the partition cocflicicnts of a number of chlorinatcd and fluorinatcd aliphatic hydrocarbons in the olivc oilJ garnnd scran>,r,,.as systems, (b) the rate of absorlnion of the same compounds from ah•colar uir durin;: breath holdin,,- and (c) thc rctecnior: of the sar,ie compoan:is fo:lowing sin, lc brcatlt administration. '1'Iic iiuyortauce of 1i; id s0lubility in drlenuininfi the relative toxicity of this . rangc of eonipounds is discussed. ~ . . INTRODUCTION . . . i lvxntN chlorine is irradiated with thermal neutrons in a reactor it undergoes a (n, y) ~ .rr.action .to,gi\e 3,CI. 'T1lis is a/1y clnittcr -xvith a'half life of 3'I minutes r.nu sotnc t ; relevant physical data arc gi\•en in Table 1. This reaction may ho used to prePare »ure i. 3SCl-lahcllccl chlorinated hydrocarbons and thc usu- of these compounds to study the . ~ 1 ~~~n 0 1 ~ti4 6
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~~j 50251 0591• 11 113 ~1$~~''~r~ E ~ P•oltz, I:avid Pcrs',ioa.,d, 1918- ed. Co"orunetric deternnination of nonnietals. Anthors :Sr r::h Black iand othersj \ e« 1 ork, Lrterscience Pt;bl iilters, 372 p. lllus. 24 cm. (Chemical analysis, v. 8) Includes bibliography. 1. Colorimetrf. r. Title. QD113.L'G 545.8 5S-G~~1 Y ~ Library of Congress
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50251 0592 X,r)c!_UVIiL Y'OI:UIdIM4 ANA RADX!':.:f.D ~1`:~: ~YSIS. litnUth Lh; s1co 7, 87-91 (1961) i ~~ i i ~ o n
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1 ,~ i 50251 0593 ~ff31~''Rf:~[iL4C~Analyst of tobacco stocks, Drexel Burnham Lambert)/ LOUIS ;fiUKEYSER/ TOBACCO--ECO"ONfICS/ 76 XI Wa-79 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Wa-79 s.p. . . S.P, Wall Street Week "TOBACCO: PUFFED PROFITS?" Wall St. Iti'eek: television show transcript, 1979, p, 9-17 (Feb. 2, 1979) ------------------..__..__.._~_ _ _ --_ (in English) ~Attached is 'the transcript for the- ~` ~television show "Wall Street Week" featuring ;Louis Rukeyser and Susan Black. Ms. Black, of Drexel Burnham Lambert, is an analyst • ~of tobacco stocks. ' i The program appeared on February 2, 1979 iand was titled: "Tobacco:- Puffed Profits?" ~ 0 1(1 0 f1 n 16 8 1a y .r
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50251 05*3 1 t . III Du2-73 S.Y. I 0 1 iy ~ n 06 I121iALAT?0"7/ AE3;OSOi.."•/ BLC. JOUK. RADIOL. 45 (536) (1972) 630 STtJnIrC 0N Tllr AIISOftrTloN OF 1N11.aLl:n arnN PROF.:I L rIXT V {rottt:S U511'IJ uorCC • t . . . . ~ ( ( L'3), ~CZ TK% CER TLCIi\1QL'FS~ I3y ~A. :.Iorgan, A. T31aci;, \f. Walsh and ' D. R. 13clchcr l,cn=r~i la'ru't uni~ .l ~:.r~al n_ 1fo„ ~ nIr(t1 71r ~~r ~ r3`:~ c , :!nrtt'rll. "..dcorrJ~..r1;~r ~ / I'ressurrcec~bro:tci;o:l::~:;nl; :c u~ols uscd rn tlrc trcat~rnt of astLrn.t crnntmn a rnrxturc o( t;uorocarhon propc};.tnts. Currcntly, ti,c:c is some et,ncrrrn rr;~.!rcJinr: t!ic cjrcliac toxicity of thc=c eonr;,ound,. ac all thc comntooly used ptol.cllants cnctain ciaturnc to in :rcltlitiort liuorinr, it is possihlc to Lrlrrl tlu•m atth a'('I artd to ucc tr:r.•cr methods to srudy tLvir at,,or;ni,i:r :md r\crctrnn in I,cc.-tft. '1 i:e con.)x,uncla iu\csul;.rtt•t7 rnclut'cd Iluorocarbon-I1, -12, -113 arul -11-i. f'ullotcini• sinttlc Urcath sdmitristratinn. trtuch of thc in}halicl auo:nr.rL:n c: , ur r. cxirAt"! %%rtlrout h rrtt; :t!)- sorlff:tl. "1'hia is I1cc.tu~c th: Ibroroc.trhoni I ucc a lot\ ' lipid suluhilin• :rnc1 rrc onl: c+umts' air„irlrcc'" (ront altcol::r air. ALsntlricl ni.rtrrr.rl iti c\,rctrcl in brc•ttlr, hut tlrc czctcuun tnt%: (.r) is qrutc r.yrtlly :rnd .rttc•r ?/) w rnut••s tltc bo l' V (orrtc•nt is orr!)• tcdu.cJ sluwlv. .1t Ilus rintc, Oic fracuon of ad- nt t.rritd from an at'e•r.-;•r• o( 11) prr ! ~ ct~.i 1„r10Wn/r. r!W,,-' I t in ?3 /.c•r c,rrt ( r„'",`•.. !i„r.-i I.
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0 1 ^50251 0580 RJR CLASS NO. PAAtP1ILET 78 XI Ad1-80 s. p. ~~;~; Robson, J. G. (Conference Medical Royal Colleges, Great P.ritain) CIGARETTE ADIR:RTISIING IN GREAT L'RI_TAIN. Conf. Med. P.oyal Colleges, (Black, D.; Robson, J. G,) News Felease, Great Britain (1980) - in English. *Abstr. in: Smoking Health, 1980, p, not given (Feb. 5, 1980)* ~A letier Srom Sir Uouql~ts~~131<<r.lc ~~nd Profes::or J.lG:' P_oll :cciil, xespectivc-]y Ch:cirr.:aii and lic>i~or:cry Secretary of the Gonlerener of Medical Itoyal Coll.ecles and th,~i.r Faculties in the UK, says ~ that during the three years of the present voluntary cicl;crcttc ~ advertising .aorcclncnfi sotac 7.50,000 iucn and women arc c;timatcd ' ly the Department of llcal.th to have diect prematurely as a 'esult of cigarette smol;inq. At this rate, at ]cast a million more wil] di.c similarly bc:Core the end of the century unless 14 ci.garetie sales are somehotv controllcd, especially tunonq I children• ... . . . .....-.•....-...--,.. .....~-..Q-....,.,.--..._..;. - .. - . . . `M..wr. ~...~.r-r~.OJr•..+.Y.a~.-.',....,..•-..'.[. ....J.:.,.l..r\~..wraN~...~r ....,. ~ i.~w...... .ult...~..L...~~A.V..V:.... .'.Y YA•r~ ~ 1 ti n n n 1 68 5 4
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50251 0577 • i 4 76 7II Re1--76 S.r. TNY )OURNAL OF CHEHICAL PHYSSCS r VOLUM! 16. NUIIBER Frick Chemirof l.r.boralury, Priuatou Cni:rrsrty, Prinreton, New !erJry , -(Rectived February 12, 1948) 1 ~ Tre Solubility of-.Water in Hydrocarbons ~ ~~+a<~z ' ? ~~LLS.'L' 1tLAeK.,* C60RGf. C. JORJS,** AND ffCGn S. TAYLOR s MAY. 19411 The method in which tritiunt ocide acts as a tracer in the determination of water solubility in Irydroearbons has lxen used for the rncaaurement cf the solubi:ity of watrr in a number cf paraffinic, oleGnic, and diolrGnic hydrocarbnn.. The effect oi ttntperature, pressure, size of Lydrocarbon molecule, and the constitutive factors hace been studied. Solubilities were deter- mined in the temperature range from 5' to 30°C at pres>ure; from I to 6 atrnospheres. "rHE method wbich is based upon the use of x tritiunt oxide as a tracer in the determina- tion of minute amounts of water has previously been tested in tlte measurement of the solubility of v:atcr in benzene.' The s3nte metl:od has now been further applied to the determination of the solubility of water in a' series of parzffinic, olefinic, and diolefinic hydrocarbons. EXPERIMENTAL PROCEDURE 1. Radioactive Water ~ . 0 I[l 0 n Cl 1 ~ For the lower hydrocarbons, a brass apparatt:s and a slightly different experimental technique were utilized. The all-metal system is shown in Fig. 1. The saturatcr C was charged by cooling it with liquid air while the chamber was connected to the hydrocarbon supply cylinder, H. Since the sample could not b.- observed during saturation, it was necessary to follow carefully the proved technique employed in the glass system. The sampling device in Fia. 1 cnncistt.l nf a rmall hrace rvt;nrlnr 4
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i , 50251 0581 II f1eA2-81 S.P. TECHNICAL REPORT DATA PEST I C I DES/ (Rau.rrf /..:n.: •~ua on ft.e re• ene arJoee tompledry/ t. REIOAT NO. Z. . RECIiIENTT ACCESSIOMNO. EPA-600/9-80-011 4 TITEE ANDEUETITLE TREATMENT OF HAZARDOUS WASTE .REIORT OATE March 1980 (Issuing Date) Proceedings of the Sixth Annual Research Symposium .IERFORMING ORGANIz.T.OHCODE l AUTwORIiI . IERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. . Edited by David Shultz ~l di t d b td 8}itk'k C eaching,Coilection, Hazardous Materials. Solid k na e y oor ey ispos al, Treatment Soiis Groundwat r H d IERFORNING ORGANIZA A .END ADDRE4 . , ollution, Maste Tre , , e atment azar o leachat Southwest Research Institute P.O. Box 28510, 6220 Culebra Road 11. AC / A . San Antonio, Texas 78284 R807121 17.lIOHSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRfES 17. TYPE OF RE10RT AND IERIOD COVERED Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory--Cin.,OH Final_10/79-9180 Office of Research and Development 14.EIONSORING A6ENCYCODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/14 Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 1E.EUIIIEMENTARY NOTEE Profect officer: Robert E. Landreth, 684-7876 lE. AE A The sixth annual SHh'RD research symposium on management of hazardous waste as held at the Conrad Hilton Hotel in Chicagot Illinois, on Narch 17-20, 1980. he purpose of the symposium was two-fold: (1 1 to provide a forum for a state- f-the-art review and discussion of ongoing and recently comoleted protects ealing with the managenent of hazardous wastes and (2) to bring together Deople oncerned with hazardous waste management who can benefit from an exchange of aste Manaoem us Naste, T i 0 i 0~ tt f1 ! 6 8 r~ e , ox c
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50251 0590 / _ _ _ •- r...,..d - v '~ f+, / r. F ^ I ,._..._._.¢'l~. :;0 . ' : . .. , )' 7:; CL.•'.SS ~ . Pt~'~~1 ili,l:T 72 AND UI:.':L CO:~; r Soc. ::ci. ':c:d. 5 ("Lyo. 6) 6:(,_'j5 (1971) ~ . (1:) EIlgZ:.'ai) ~ X~ ) .Q iy .': !1 i I . . ~ ~~~ ~ ~'
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50251 0595 i I ~ TP j 370 Ch ; 1977 i ~ 15 ~U r°&yiit ~Jtdeo} ~ ~ W ~rocessing• Te' ~01'0 by Dr. Vernon L. S. Charley t Consultant of Messrs. Beecham Products, U. K. Chertsey, Surrey (Crof3britannicn) 1st. Edition 1977 VF.RLAG Gt7NTI.R I-ILA4PL'L • BRAUNSCHWEIG o n - o i--- s, _- o t, c) •
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50251 0588 1. Trt/e ond Svbrirle unT/MTR/OFINO - 7 S/ 4 CHEMICALS--TOXICOLOGY/ lY)YIC POINT I1FTFR1"INATInN OF SF.LFCTED !OZ~ ~ ~ 11:1ZARDOIIS MATERIALS f t 0 December, 1975 6. Performing Orgoni:ation Code 8. Performing Orgoni:otion Report No. 1 7. Avrhods) r'~(#IZnC;17i"irt"f~1acY. ' I;:ichard A. Davis, Ralph N. Terpolilli , 9. Performing Orgoni:otion Name ond Address 10. Work Unit No. (TRAIS) 6570 Aerospace t4edical Research Laboratory Aerospace 1'.edical Division 11• Contract or Grant No. :1ir Force fiystem_ Command llOT-AS-40079/2 vri^ht-Patterson Air Force Pase Ohio 45433 13. TypeofReportondPeriodCovered I 11. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address Final Report ()epartment of Transportation September- November 1975 I'taterials Transportation Bureau I Office of Hazardous Materials Operations 14. Sponsoring Agency Code 1l:ashington, 1)C 20590 h(rru_i "Texic Point" is a term under consideration by the United Nations Group of itapporteurs on the Pacl.aRing of Dangerous Goods. It i.s defined as the ter,nerature at which the eaiiilibrium concentration off vanor of a (substance measured at 760 r.illirleters is equal. to the LC50 of the s ilbstar.ce. This is also referred. to as the "Ter:perature Thresi:old of ~Toxici ty " . D t - b 8 6 2 ---=-- ------------ • ~M
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50251 0570 AU ELECTRONIC DATA PROCESSING/MATHEMATICS--P;UMRICAL ANALYSI 297 Da f p~i1U M 2 [1 E CQL cEnmuND DAHLauIST 1974 Dcparfirent of Computcr Sciences ~+ u ~ 0 D ~ Royal Institute of TecGnolob'y, Stockhob» DAHLQUIST,GLpR4~'UN~SDI.. ~' AICE'E3JORCIC~'~ Numerical Methods. "An extcnded and updated translation of": Numcriska metodcr, by A. Bjorck and G. Dahlquist. . Departrl7ent ojMathen)nties Bibliography: p. Linn7/nJia Ziii'.'irSltj, .°.iPC«clt 1. F.lectronic data processing-Numerical anatysis. l. Bjorck. Ake, joint author. 11. Bjbrck, Ake, Translated by Numeriska metoder. I11. Title. QA297.D3313 1974 519.4 73-13570 ISBN 0-13-627315-7 NED ANDEtiSQN n 1974 by Prenticc-F:a11, Inc., Englcwood Cliffs, N.J. This edition was translated from Numeriska Metodcr by Ake BjSrck Depnrtnterrt ojCont1.uter Sciences and Germund Dahlquist, published by CWK Glccrup, Bokfoerlag, RoyalInstitutc ojTcchnology, StocklroGn P. O. Box 1205, Lund, Sweden, © 1969. 9 n ~s n r! t ~ ~ 0
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~ :P E1a4k wa.nUts, v. 2. ~ 370 ~ Wo Ah~ 50251 0604 c jlo^d~uof ~ j:a~r rn•r 01ay C~IO~S ~. ~ v~;:,:3. ~ p +C" ~ ~.r?7 ~+~ ~iCQ'~~%: ~: q ~eoailliA~• 6iy.WL1 L ~`a~~ j. ~~d~3 ls r.h+ •
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.r+.~.ap ~fo e ~ M t p .~•.~.r/F..,_~...... tL"m . . ._:_ai .~.L... _ i.'. Zw....~ij,Jc.~..... bj Yo ?ic t;i.ft 1956 Cd iit. pA4 ~ v w.ry i 4. ~ a't 1~:1.a UL.S ~SLaF+J •aia .
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TO B AC C O--G E r,vdiNY / 76 XI Ru Ruckert, U. *(no affil.)* ' 504&51 0603 RJR GLASS NO. PAM}.'HLET 76 XI Ru ABOUT TOBACCOS GROWN IN GERMANY IN THE BLACK FOREST REGION. *(Der neue Schwarzwald-Schlager: Tabak.)* Illustrierte Neue Revue 1976 (No. 3). 24-25 (Jan. 12, 1976) (in Gerraan) y . ,. Tobaccos are described and their use in so-called "black tobacco" is emphasized. , \ 0 1 n n n 0 *I •o it 7 7
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,~ 50251 0594 CANCER--RACIAL FACTOA6/ ~U. S. CONGRESS, 9Gth, House of Representatives, Comroittee on Interstate & Foreign Commerce, subcommitt ~ y 1th a d the Envi ronr~ent/ SMOKING HABITS--BLACK At1ER~c:A~I~S/S~K1P~G ~ HEALTH/ - -- -.~.. . 80 X UnA ~ • JUNE 14 IYTo `~ (/ YCAPICER MORTALITY Ah10NG BLACK AMERICANS Serial No. 96-22 ' • HEARING rrInteetortse,,,eaf the 1Lr0At3 TE(D Com.dttee op lntentar. and ForelRn Commerce . ~ luSU$C01I1iITiEE ON CA aovT.Rxxr.x•r rntA°n.o orr,Cr; I HEALTH AND TIIE EtiVIItO\','T W"""Y°T°':,." • _<,,., Gr TNL ' COUITTEE 0\' • ` 0TERSTATE AND FOREIGN COUEItCE . HOUSE OF REPI.ESENTATIVES .xI\F.'Py•til\'I'11 C(1mG1t1:s5 . VIRST SE'lSION , ON HIOH 3fORTALITY RATE FGR CA\CF.R AMONG BLACK •7iERICA\b AUXD LATF. DIAC-N0:9F:.Y 11'11E\ CANCY.It IIA:f REACHED AN I\CI:RABi.I: STATE 0 t . t1., (1 ; A . ~ ,; . e .
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. 50251 0584 i ~ ay rti.. Iilack's law dietirnlar}•, cantallllll~,r dchtlitions of tlte terilis tald phrase5 of .'ltuericalt anci En;.-lish jurisprndenc.e, ancient. and modern, and inclndinn the principal ternis of intelllR- tioll7ll. COIiStltZlllollnl. e.:cle3lattloill and collllllerclal Ifl\1'. 3:ilCl medical jnrispruclence. with a collection of li=:l ro^xims, nuulerous sclect titles from tLe P.olnalt. modern civii. S,-o•,cit, French, Spanish. an(i Mexican l«v;, and other forei_*l-L tConttnued on next card i a ~ 1(1 4 t1 i1 1 0' 8.6-8
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50251 0599 'f,1 ri /lV.-id 0.3 .. i-...... __.. SPECIFICATION FOR 33LACK -PEPPER.,A~TD WHI',ETEPPEI R' (WHOLE AND GROUND) BRITISH STANDAI:DS INSTITUTION Incorporated by Royal Chartcr British Standards Iiouse, 2 Park St., London W1Y 4AA Tclco!arns: Standards london WI Tclrpltonc: 01-629 90O 7 1 0 0 1 n () 1 6 t' 7 :;
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0 50251 0607 1TOl3ACC0--SMOKI NG=-PSYCHOLQGY/ U,UESTIONNAI RE~/TORACCO--St•iOKING--SURVEY/ ~ ' HEART--DISEIISES--STATISTI~AL ANALYSIS OF OCCURREP1CEj WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION M01dOGRAPH SERIES NO. 56/ ; r RC CARDIOVASCULAR I 681 r/SURVLY METHODS 1968 = I 1 1 I i J {~~ ~1 (l n • Cl I ) G. A. ROSE. D M., M.R.C.P. prpu.,ev.r o/ AlrAirul.Sror/aN n nnd fpiJrw,ioAqrl, fodon SrAwl n/ Iprir.r end Trarin.l Aa:n, ue, !ua/nn, fnQ6ud hC` RLACk14t1I:N;, nt.n. lahu.eiorl of PAnioL•;;Ir.l N rn• nr. S• A•nd,./ Y„Al/r Nro1rA, (Iji~n~itf n/ Almwrwra, A. inn.~p,.l:,, M.nn., L'SA WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION GENEVA 1%t G,U,tie_t~q ~ ., .
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50251 0596 , T1 ~ 497 Tr 91ock currant juicCs T_eanle.r, C<:.ctald )a.~t~y= i69~E~ i i f.UIT {',?vD VEGE'I't3,LE ,IUIi,c Pr°20t,i,aSIN~', TECPNO:.flGi'o by Losir.ld Ko Tro,nier snd M~'iy Ti.? r:2 s''y o .;cT slra. 1951 1028 p. Fvi I'ub. Co. V,cctpart, Conct, X,~~lu: ,rr.• b1 el ~cUrr.phy, ~ i c %6 n n n 1 5 8 7 0
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i 50251 0612 76 X V'i SH01:ING IIABITS--RELINQUISFiING/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMP1ILgT 76 X Ni . Winston-Sa1em, Journal Winston-Salemr Journal 1976, p. 11 1% C1 t Cl 0(1 t1 I 6 11 R6 Mar. 18, 1976) (in English) . .....
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ab 50251 0613 13]htjff Jiah; .r ffe Anaiytic studies in plnnt respiration. C:uabridt,e tEng.l University Press,1954. 231 p. 111us. 27 cm. 1. I'lants-RespirationI i. Title. QIiS91.B57 F--\ 581.12 54-3739 1 Library of Con;ress ~--' i5l 0 1 P n 0. 0 15 8 A- 7
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A 50251 0609 ~lac3cbxirn;:H.:1~::y jr. 1vt. ~ . I -] . (2969)Wejdozc, Y.. W. CO?~T03 AQLT:.7CEC by L. W. Weldon, R. D. Rir.c1.:bura cr.c: D. 5. Iiorrison. ; (U. S. D:,pL. of 1:c;Yivt!:ture, A.-ricultur-a I Handbor, : No. 352) 1.9G5 43 par,es U. S. Dcpt. of Atr;cultuxa WAshing::an, D.C.
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h?i.TER SliRS'itu'3CF:./Si~ETi.I?1•I'SiZ:aSir.--i)sSI'ItiG%FL~~VO,^,r.NTS--Gi1::.tIS~~Y; 50251 0542' 74 117. )3(-2 Zeitschrift ;iir Ernahrungswissenschaft, Rar.r+ 12, f:eft 3/°c%--f,i~ - J r I Au^ dem Institut fiEr Lebensmittelcher•11e der Tccltnischen Un:versa*.r.t uttd der Deutschen Ferschur_gsanstaIt fur Lebensmittc2chct1l.ic-- Aliinc'r~en Struktur und Gcschiuack siif;er und biitcrcr VcrbiudunUen STI:UCTUKI: ATJD TLSTE OF SldEET AND BITTER COPfi'UUN.DS. Von L'alitz b:it 2 Abbildlingen uad 9't'aLellen ' 42996. DELrfZ, Y.-D. ilnst. Lebensr.iit:rlchtm., Tech. C'niv. 4. Juni.1973) bluench., l:ctnst• 17, 8:'rJ `.1.•enc!ie(. 2, l6". G:r.) :tru::tur w;d Gesch- mack suesser and bitterer l:.rvcrcre : 'aste of , _ Siialt des :r Die sacct a:d hatcr 7, " -i, '.,1-TSO_ LCl>CDSI a iar.j--l':^t:: : CH,>•0ucs a GJ' Ni:hI'UIl~;s- ang!e fut(ta the reqa;rer.•ert; o( the proton dx1or-Frv..n recencor auinahl systern tc- cu•eet tir.tin4 c r.c,; n.15. ...:.taral c.:cut.•aru:e. :!uc!t Cln IUr CCn deviate (rnm t!;is ;a;:r 1R1 res.a~ tn c,!:ere::t dc~-!r-s c( lhl von vEr- VerzCh: sw•eetne!zs tn ac_•ars, acijs, dipcpcire c~:ers nnd d:hydro- ~ schiede: ehalcone teo`.esp,nduai s are di.cc:tssed. The rctat:onslup t:e:aeen ~-~1mac.:Sein- (IrUCi{e hydrophobi•:tty and side c.=:ns adcii causss rary:nti de,rees cd tter zurUck- bitterness in Fe,a:&s, d:gep;;des, sccarrpr.'tem ccmpt-~te,, citr:c fuhren. pavanor.e glyco;;dcs and (avlicne hest-:r,d)sides, ar^ also explored. zei!;'.,., feh;t `Vie .__ I . _ _ ._... _.. e I
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` ?Q 50251 0561 XX MeE3-78~ t S.P. I ToXko/BoVI cllPr,:, l t1rJ771 12z--1'i0 1 -- -- 2a 0 6lsevier/North-l lolland ISiom~J 1'rc.s ' j KINI:TICS OF NONOSOD1Uili GLUTAAIATD IN RELATION TO ITS NLUROTOX1Cf'I'Y1 I n, 4. 2, 4t' .~,ffiijst:. VF.NCRONI, M. SALMONA nnd S. GARATTINI /stifuto di Riccrche Fannacologichc "hlario Negri", Viu Erifrea, C2, 20157 Alilan (Italy) (Received June 27th, 1977) (Accepted July 13th, 1977) SU]<1NlARY Glutamic acid (GA) plasma levels were measured after oral administration of monosudium glutafnate (R4SG) to laboratory animals, in relation-to several variables. Adult mice and rats sho••r similar GA peak plasma levels, arca under the curve (AUC) and apparent half-life (Tl/ ), while in guinea pigs the values for all these kinct;c parameters arc higher. Newborn rats and, to a lesser extent, -newborn mice chr,w a larger AUC and TV, than the adtilts, while the opposite was observed in guinea pigs. 1Vithin a given aninial species the peal; level and AUC, but not the T'h, increa5e with the (lose of MSG and with the concentra- tion at which the dose is administered.. In human volunteers oral administration of MSG (60 mg/kt;) results in higher plasma peak levels and AUC when MSG is given at 8% as compared to 2% solution. . Mouse brain and guinea pig brain CA levels are not affected by oral MSG until the GA plasma level exceeds the basal plasma concentrations by a factor of about 20. These data are utilized to discuss the relevance for man of the neurotoxic I ' efI'ecti ind0ed jn rodent.c by MSG. _ 1( 9
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50251 0597 .11 ITri3 'black ~'at. . i Lai.'ced Stntea PVMi"H~{.\.1JL:~.-y~.:~.~L•..~e WOii,4.Y1 `1:~;;hCcQ ros G3.~A Ag-xic-i:`z:;~oa•: L <~, },Q 1q5g 23k Sl?p.rJi lTA ';::. GcZ;:c~, Vr, *fi::x:,IC?vi:: ?Ut S. .. LUV~'Z'i1~• I;ftsnt Q t t1 C? ~ t~ i a~, 7 1
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50251 0611 Ab tyZ"~orwer wo, 8ry, r i3:iiRS 0k LSD: 1'.IiE AC1PtiE!'sUJ", by K. 11. Blacker, Rcese T. Jores, GeirSe C. StoA3, a.ncit Lb1f PfcfterbA= Am. Jour. Pa;chiat. 121 (No. 3) 3'+1-356 (Sapt.,14G£) C) ~ ' nio
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50251 0601 IV-' " 1'a,r• 6 ~~i~[ANX~ R~S?STANCE~~it^Fit1~iICDREiS'{fiCN3/1C~~< ~ ry~ 1,01.r:v1.+J tJ CEt."' 17fiI 1'•t:~T~ c• •.~,~• .r<~... ,.,.. 1ci i ~~.(`, P. ~~pr~I.r t f, ~ l~~Os ~.~i 545-5C~ « n n t n 1 0' 8 7 rz '
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SPk:CTFtOSCOPY--BIRLIOGRAPHY/ 74 III E1 Etectron Spec troSmo p y i 50251 0586 MLM-2022 ~ for Chem`Cal Antalysis ('SCA) J,:Itl: Black~= J a n u a ry 3, 1974 AEC Research and Development Report MOUND LABORATORY Miamisburg, Ohio operated by Monsanto MONSANTO RESEARCH CORPORATION a subsidiary of Monsanto Company for the U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COWMSSION U. S. Government Contract No. AT-33-1-GEN-53 0 1. ~l 4 t~ fl ~~~3 « 0.
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D;0rftmk,t i turmseolozY, Vol. 18, pp 21<3-4151. t'er¢.mon Prcu. 1969. Yrfmc6 In Onat Brfata ' • . NODIFIC1tTZON Or_NICTINE.T.C?~ICITY BY • PIZ~~'~tEATMENT WITH DIFFERENT DRUGS . ,~V7 13. C. BARRAS.S, J;V .-, BLACKSURN, R. W. BR11,lDLECOMUE and P. RiCH 50251 .o6oa ~ • ., r Chemical Defence Experimental Establishment, Yorton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire, England ; . .. • ; • (Receircd 14 March 1969; aaccepted 22 April 1969) .^. „ Abstract-Sub-lethal doscs of nicotine have been shown to protect mice from the lethal effects of subsequently administered doses of the same drug. The evidenct sutgests that a metabolic product of nicotine is responsible for the protective action. In an attempt to identify this metabolite it was shown that cotinine had no protective action but that nicotine N-oxide and also the reduction nrnrttyrr -r e t~«:~~ n 0
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AMINO ACIDS--DFT`r.'l:'flt;,lTZOi~/ QD 431 +B1 1978 50251 0610 111,4NO A CD ~ET E ~~~I~~~TION Nfethods and Techniques SECOND EDITION, REVISED AND EXPANDED EDIroR Leeds, eng'and MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New Yotic and f3asel
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50251 0571 11! :.t:•.. • .~!':f t::~~'~.. .: i~t • .. ~ l- • , i'. . , : - 1• la.cnw.ti~-il Jo•naal r-I.\t~:iic.P l~.n~....,.~~., :,, 1.c1•.Irr:, 197?, \"r,. ):, pl'. ?f~-. 'I The It -)j'1-)il- l.0:~1 ! , ~. .:.r~ . f. . ! , . . ~.l. Yctia...a :'tc.;. Ptintcd in 1rcLtnd ~~~ ~... , _V_NtcLellf o~r ~ riI~«.It:cj • -,- t . -'• , s }~ ~• , ,_}'~.." ,J A. A';01:C.AN, A. -W.AC.K, M. 1\':11.Y] anr J.). R. )icaith )'il'; .ics ::l r! :~Ic~lif:t1 ])ki<in,-l, :1t:--:iic ]"u l:cscali•it :a!af,lis.;tt::cut, 13-Arr:,.!I, llic;ltrtt, ]. tla, ];ti, 1 tnd (Rt<(i,(d )5I).~rnt(<r 1~17)~ )Z:+dIUaCtICC tfnCCt' tfCl~li.~.lU(•:,wC•t'C ll`.fii 1(l ]lat'1!'ciC'Sl CUCfliC1C•17t5 prjollY hlft))I:1tlC 0 ~ t) 0 n (t 1 Jn .1 S
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50251 0600 a:+4 . I I ),itcraturc Cilccl 7S° lfll_ f .~~ ~+~ .....~ N'ol. 5'.1, No. 5- ^-1'1.:N'l .'' DI`~I•:~\!;): RI;I'l~ltl'Iat--~lsy Iil'i5~ -- 'Cill":r.1ICnl.,_CY>N'1•f;<)l, OF Tc)1;:1c•c•c) 13).AC-l; `;llANit IN c'oNNl;c"1•ICIJ'1• 7 l~. S. '1'aylor, 1'. A1. Miller, and J. l.. Alclntyre Dcptrrlincnt of Pl:rnl T' i(hulu„)', ']'Iiu Connccticut Al;riculltn-al T;xperiinent T r ' Slation, ~ Tt(t\•l'n Q( iJO•l. , ~t~ r C- 7- _ l'liailing acl.lres:;: first aulhur~~?~J~~>~'1R.~1t'inrlsc.l~~Ca:uu<rt:c+r! OGnr~~J JIKc'j1P2-D S-e-,r' ~^ y-/ ~ n13STRnCT P.O. l±ux 110% !:c•s s Growth of Ph}_tNrtho:•a {?arasitica var, nicotiann_c, the causal ort;.rniSm of wck shank cliscnsc of toh:~cco, ~:as inhihitcd in vitrohy soil fumif;anls only Mcn lhcl' co:?- taincu cl:lorohicrinorunc•thyl isotiliocyanatc. Inthcfic:c7, fall application rrt 30 f;allolls per acre ot ami>:turc of 1, 3-cfichlor•clprol,enc and 1,?•-(lichloropropanc a methyl ico- thiocyaaatc (DD-R91.\CSI, DD plus 15% rr :<f)'o clLorollicrin, 407, cthylcnc clib:•o;?iidc (I:D13) tllus 15°io chlorapicrin, and 3& 1;D13 plus 30`o chlorot,icl•in rec'.ucco the inci- a ~ 1 ct ~ n ~ i d~ fy ;r ~
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50251 Black's law dir- tqus, ;inti a tuhle of aLhreviation=, by Henry Campbell Y1ack ed., hy the lwhli-:her'~; etlitori,tl statl'. St. Paul. 'Mitu;., West 1)LlUllsltlng co.. 193-;, !%S / vii, 1Ai4p. "0) ctu. First ed., 1SM, h;i~; titlr: .\ uii•tionarc uf l:rn•. Black, :Ienry Campbell. 13G~1-1~?i. tionary ... (Card ?) 1. lanw-Dictin1 l;irie.r 0615 I Q ~ 123 t. 1Cc•st tnthli~l:?nc "i.. St. t'nnL u. 340.03 1.11wnry of Ca;,~rTR, e ~ ~ n~nn 1 .5 ti 8 -9 ..
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50251 0616 BY e WILLIAM A. R. THOMSON, M.D. ( 1Y{'F.NTY-NINTN EDITION, ,j0~%•L,I , ?'~sres! F{'ITfI 356 ILLUSTRATIONS IN TIIE TEXT AND 24 PLATES (FOUR IN COLOUR) U I a o n Il i 0
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50251 0618 COMPUTERS--PROGRAMMING/ QA 76 St 1980 TWIo.ik'sh u~~Covftiin tio' "" Seris~, ~~xfi~ ,. ~... Ho W to Program and Interface the 6 800 by Andrew C. Staugaard, Jr. Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. 4300 WEST 62ND ST. NDIANAPpUS, N1D{,WA 4&,W USA 0 I c~ 0 . ,~il~ ~ ~I j vC' I v . l C~ I j~g "I 9 2 (~~ ~' / C' .)
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i 50251 0617 by Ul Instruments, Inc., Derby, CT Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. 4300 WEST 62ND ST. MdDUWAPOLIS, ND/MIA 4626E uSA jj-'/ 0 1 n QA - 76 Ro 1979 '~ t~ n I0 COMPUTERS1 4ALMOMMUMOWT f00066!!' Serie^ Interfacing and Scientific Data V~ ommunications Experiments , Peter R. Rony David G. Larsen Jonathan A. Titus Christopher A. Titus Originally Published as Interfacing 3 Scientific Data Communications 6cperimentc e
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50251 061q _ 12 s e t c. B 1 Blark, llenr.• Camp:,eli, l;lack's law rlictinn,u•y, ront,:iuia,~ (IeGtlitions of t?lt: tvli,,-.~ an(1 p11CnSPS of illlt'1iti711'• iUlil 1•aw,llsh jUrlspr!(dc,ilce.'u1C1~Ii1- nnd tuu+lern,,wd inclu(lilif: the principal tcrm~ of ]nternn- tional, con~titiltiona1, ercles;.~=tical a~~(l comulercil!1 11lv, a:Idt nudic,il juu•:spru:ience. 'wittl :1 c„l1kwtioll of 11•,ral nl;lsilnc,, ntnuerous select titlea from tile Rolulin, modern civil, ,tie"tcll, French, Spanish, and Mexican law, ancd other fureig-i ~ ~ (Continued on next eard l e U I nO nn i 68
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46 50251 06 22 Infrared and R aman spectroscopy of carbohydrates. Paper V Normal coordinate analysis of cellulose,I ~ ~ J. J. Cael, K. H. Gardner, J. L. Koenig, and"_ ,o j- ad JQT~.W -C/ ~ l Deportment of Macromolecular Science, Case Western Reserve University. Cleveland. Ohio 44106 (Received 13 May 1974) A normal coordinate analysis of cellulose I has been performed for an isolated chain using a valence . force field and atomic coordinates from an x-ray refinement analysis. The calculated frequencies show good agreement with the observed infrared and Raman data, while the computed potential energy distribution is compatible with previous assignments, based on deuteration etc. The atomic displacements show that all the predicted modes in the region below 1500 cm"' result from complex motions of a number of atoms or groups, rather than from single group vibrations. Most of the modes above 1200 cm"' are localized within the residue and are very similar to those predicted for the monomer, /3-U -glucose. Below 1200 cm- ` inter-residue coupling becomes more appreciable. Negligible splitting is predicted between equivalent A and B modes which suggests that the observed spectral lines are due to superimposed A and B components. , 0 J o 0 n t) I a- t3 9 C) .•..
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50251 0620 81 II Lal 108 G~. sl,&48 (,2) .n8 at I yn) No Apparent Coagulopathies With Adequately TYansfused, Multi-system Trauma Patients With Severe Liver Injuries. C.k. LaMonica,'~.~sri'A oC R.B. Davson, P.R. Sohmer, B. Burns, J. Hoos, R A. Cowley. Maryland Institute for Emergency Medical Services Systems, 22 S. Greene Street, Baltimore, Maryland, 21201. Massively transfused multi-trauma patients vary as to their injuries and, further, their therapies vary to compound the problems of studying them in a meaningful way. Here, we have looked at coagulation data on 9 patients who had the common injury of liver contusion and laceration, and 8 of them had multi- system trauma (s3 organs involved). Coagulation data and transfusion requirements were evaluated over the first seven days. To evaluate the effects of transfusion, they were divided into 2 groups according to whether they received (during the first 24 hours) 10-29 units of packed red cells (PRC)-(4 patients, Group 1), or more than 30u PRC (S patients, Group 2). Group I patients received an average of 15u PRC, 8u platelets (p1at.), and 4u of Fresh Frozen Plasma (FFP). Group 2 patients received an average of 53u PRC, 29u plat., and 32u FFP. One patient in each group received cryoprecipitate transfusions to support fibrinogen levels less than 100mgZ with bleeding. As vith PRC trans- fusions, platelet and FFP were given by their usual criteria for need; that is, not prophylactically. Platelet counts and fibrinogen levels did not differ significantly between the ttilo groups. Three patients in each group became septic and included in these were the one patient in each group who received cryoprecipitate. These data suggest that adequately massively transfused, multi-system trauma patients with severe liver injuries may have no greater incidence of coagulopathies than similar patients without liver injuries. e ~ 1(l 0 fl U 1 0' 0 9 A
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50251 0605 8 LACF•BE P.RI E S/ J c v!3i:::1`.I ES / RASPBERRIES /Ii L?'EBERFI ES; CR.ANSERRIES 1CURP.ANTS / XIX HeF-C-224-73 ~ i bT John nI. bler.eY rnd W. T. Yeataer , I I- . 4 of GIAPES , ~. ..r#ND OTHER S?4lALL FRUITS UNI'i•ED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICL'LTUSE Agricultwai Rr.sParcb Sen-ice 83arScet Quality it-!se. rcb Ditii.iors 1.9 Vr November 1960 ~pptcse~ fer reprin_ertd aF-i! :?GS ~ I n it •n o t u 0 1 F!ii+T1'--nJSEAS :S AND Pt;STS--CM';F,~~L/ A.1,.D 1 TrCC`~•c / a..J,.J~ , s~rP,ACJKT;I'.!'.Z ~5; - 4griculFi:re L'•aru:boon :~''o. 1?9 .... ~'.1;1~~ ~ e
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50251 0602 ,f17 _j 'mw `:-m.v i=f(7ft1tx--3i~~ Po2 I'sve.1ltj N. ''. :I;B I~.:~.R C i~ :i~: ~li,.^s:3Cc1'i •-µ~~i T C J:~!T,L'.~C lid I~ fi~• CURED TORACV{?O fit',r/ Alv Te Povoll a.:d C. Jo hl2t3bwn, s tsarth Cnr~ °••~ StF,ta CQllec,,e TC'~acoo Pppjr:+~v Sar3.os N-:~. 89. ReprSn:ri :~--omi Fk-topnLhology ~ (rlloo '12) I a I nn n n ; 6 8 7 6
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50251 0632 i RC Blsddcr-Cance.:, V. 6 261 ~ N National Ca.r.cer Institute of Canada 1 Canadian cancer conference. Proceedings of ! the Canadian cancer reserarch conference. 1st- 1954- New York, Academic Press O
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50251 0630 ~ xc ~ 267 Rladder.,catice: , -r. 13. Ad ADVANcEs xt; 1- i*el; YC: r:p E:Ci.~ChZ.C N.-FS<:, 145j- +ta j ll.:3ft, 21, Cr!1. ~,1u~tLt riv b: v . I '^ .Tr• 'A' . (.'1.~«aai.t: lil~ tar i'.i.uttl'7 1 . ) 9 l~)
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50251 0623 BIOPOLXMERS VOL. 13, 1975-2001 (1974) ~G -0~,'Iw, - 76 The Structure of Native Cellulose• K. H. GARDNERt andTMt Department of Macromolecular Science, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, Ohio 44106 • Native cellulose has been shown to consist of a crystalline array of parallel chains, based on the X-ray diffraction data for specimens from the sea alga Valonia ventricosa. The unit cell is monoclinic with dimensions a= 16.34 I; b= 15.72 A, c= 10.38 A (fiber axis), and 6 = 97.0°. The space group is P21 and the cell contains disaccharide segments of eight chains. Models containing chains with the same sense (parallel) or alternating sense (antiparallel) were refined against the intensity data using rigid- body least squares procedures. The results show a preference for a parallel chain structure with specific chain polarity with respect to the c axis. The refinement places the -CH.OH side chains approximately 20° from the so-called 1,q conformation, with a result that an 02'-H... 00 intramolecular bond is forr.;ed. The structure also contains an 03-H. ..0i; intramolecular bond and an 0G-1i... 03 intermolecular bond along the a axis. All these bonds lie in the 020 planes, and the structure is an array of hydrogen- bonded sheets. A major consequence of this work is that regular chain folding can be ruled out and cellulose is seen as extended chain polymer single crystals. o I o o n 0 t 6~~ tl 7 .~.
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3 RC i ~ 261 3ladder-•-Cancer. 50251 06 33 ~ Ra TfzB, Yt0VEN'1Zi1a oF CA.NcEr., by rc. V. P..~we:e end P. J. C. ; ao (cdca.) tru7 397 pz;es I<<<tr,e_,rv-ortr°, Lcn&M, Er.;S.wtel -. ...,,,._,_._..-._.,....,~....~.._._-.t.,.....----- t1 1~1 t1 ~1 t~ 1 ~ a t l 7
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50251 0624 HF ~ 5~i15 " Ko 1972 ARCHER ` ~ E STRATC GICVMARKETI NG i Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. New York Chicago San Francisco Atlanta Dallas Montreal Toronto London Sydney i David T. Kollat Ro~©r tf: 'eiacl,ty~it~,;, James F. Robeson The Ohio State University ~.-,.*- - ~-77r'.' 11 A ~ I il o ~ ~
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i 50251 0638 RJR CLASS NO, TEXTBOOK RC 261 In 1981 Okrabanek,P, (ed, ); Wal<.ah,A, (ed, ); Q: ~•.,:, ,.,;.. , . •,~L.ADIS~F!`~CA~ICV A SERIES OF WORKSHOPa 0N THE BIOLOGY OF HUMAN CANCER REPORT NO. 13, UICC Technical Report Series, vol, 60, International Union Against Cancer.Geneva, Switxerland,81, (7:N ; ENG, ) 0 1 lo 0 n o 1 ~ 9 1 2
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50251 0628 CANCER--BLADDER/SWEETENERS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEktTH EFFECT/ r'K,- ' DIET AND DISE&SE/SACCHARIN/CYCLAMATES/ 261 Yrogress in 981 Cancer Research and Therapy Volume 18 p :~. Carcinoma of the Bladder Raven Press  New York Editor John G. Connolly Department of Surgerv (Urol, ; University of Toronto Toronto, Ontario, Cana. 0 1 () • () rt . n .1 S 9 f.l :?
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50251 0635 III Me -76 AMINES, AROMATIC/BLADDF,R--CANCER /R--CANCER/ "IUTAGENESIS/TERATOGE:dLSIS/ S,P. 9 CANCER--CAUSATION BY IIORrtONES/CAT;CF.R--CAUSATION BY CIIE*fICALS/ INHALATION/TOYICITY---CITEM.ICAL CU'lIPOI?NDS/ . SCDEEFLTflLOC `BPO[f1i. 1975 NQTi®NAL ,Crd TEP. FJR TaxiC010'efECAl fRCEsEaR^Ii JFFfERS7Nl ARh 1NSAS 77079 o i i i n 1 n i l i I ii IY 0 9
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50251 0619 `0. lI j~_1 ?~!_~` ------GFOPHYSJCAL ItGSCA1tC11 Lr7°nirs__. ---- N0t'l:~~l:i:(t 19'8 HIGH CORRE(.ATIONS BETr~G[:N VARTATJ.OSS lt: IfU?:Ti1LY AVCRACES 01' III Du2--79 SOLAR ACTIVITY AND TOTAL A1?10Si'lli:iti(: 0LOtiE N~, _ S.P. ZfCM01'~~~~nd R. 11. Tolson NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, Virginia 23665 Abstract. Estimates of the ozone total columnar contcnt, derived from Nimbus IV IRIS data, have been analyzed to esticate monthly averages of the total global atmospheric ozone. Over a 9-month interval, the variation in this monthly average is approximately an order of magnitude greater than its associated uncertainty, and has characteristics in co.:-mon with variations in the 10.7 ca solar.flux, the Zurich sunspot nur,ber,and the total solar Lyman a flux. The highest corre- lation, 0.94, exists between the variation in the total Lyman ct flux and the variation in the esti- tiated total atmospheric.ozone. Introduction 0 1 n n n~ i ~~d3 It has been theoretical y ealonstrated C.alis and Nealy, ~7SJ thac total ozone can be exp'ct'e(f to vary by a few pe:cent in response to reported columnar content constituted the basic ozone data used in this investigation. These data span the period of April 10, 1970, through January 31, 1971. [Prabhakara, unpublished data 1971J. ~ - Analysis Procedures The ozone columnar content data were parti- tioned into geographic cells (S° in latitude by 10° in longitude) and averaged over II month intervals, to obtain local averages. Assigned to each of these local averages was a standard deviation, calculated by assuming that the data in each cell are statistically independent and have a random noise of 6 percent of their value (estimated short term accuracy of the IRIS data). The resulting pointwise description of the global ozone distribution -as assumc-d to have a spherical harmonic expansion in the form-
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•! i TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--FAVORABLE LITERATURE/ 77 X B1 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 71 X.B1 .Blackwood~a Magazine- PASSING CLOUDS. Blackwood's Magazine 322 (No. ' ~ ~hatiit ~113ri>, -i;_:s "hro,~cd its"::iao:~c::ce,~ soci2Uility :utrl ~aluc to tltc husnsn racc ovzr ccvcral ccnturics sud dcr.lY , finds itself br.^c;:ctcd, in thc tcxlc of 1 antisocial activities, Nvitli n;ulc~tinL , little children, introducins rahid c;oss i into thc country ar.d stcalin ; the ~ v.zsbrn,r, frcr.t the tt^i; hbo:.us' ~ do'Jtcs-lincs. It_ wili aot b_ lonL 0 50251 0627 1941) p. 1-3 (July 1977) (in English) ti before, to the LaL•it without abucc fiom ;ar,atics, Nvc "b.^.ll 11avc ~ io tal;c a l:af out of the baok. of h;ylcs, ita C=outlccn's fricnd, : nd ~ lock cnirsclvcs in a lavatory~ in ~?c a lockcd dinin~~~c:,r, abandoacd in ; a tun.ncl on a dcscr,cd stretch .~i _ railvcay bcl,ind Lificy Junction.~ I 9
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50251 0621 'V6 ~,6 Reprinted from MACROMOLECULES. Vol. 9. Page 273, March-April 1976 Copyriqht 1976 by the American Chemical Society and reprinted by permission of the copyright owner Determination of the Structure of Cellulose II 45- I'. J. Kolpak and Department u/Macrmmolvrular Science, Case Western Resenw University. (.'G•vrland, Ohia-1 t1tNi. Received October 2.1975 - illi a5f Abstract: The structure of regenerated cellulose is shown by x-ray diffraction to he comprised of an array nf anti- parallet chain molecules. The determination was based on the intensity data from rayon fibers and utilized rigid- body lea•st-squares refinement techniques. The unit cell is monoclinic with space group Y2t and dimen,ion. a= 8.01 A, b = 9.04 A, c= 10.36 A (fiber axis), and y= 117.1 °. Models containing chains with the same sense (Itarallel/ or alternating sense (antiparallel) were refined against the intensity data. The only acceptable model cuntain. anti- parallel chains. The -CH.OH groups of the corner chain are oriented near to the gt position while those ul' the cen- ter chain are near to the tg position. Both chains possess an 0,i-H•••05' intramolecular hydrogen bond, and Ihi- ven- ter chain also has an 0'l'-H•••OFi intramolecular hond. Intermolecular h%•drut;en bonding (K•curs alun/; t he t)2n ItLane. ((NrH--02 Fxtnds for the curner chains and OG-H•••03 Iwnds for the center chuins) and al.u along Ihu I Iu Idant•s with a hydrogen Iwnd between the 02 -H nf the corner chain and the 02' of the center chain. '1'his renter corner chain hydrogen iHtndinK is a major difference between the native and regenerated structures and may account for the stability of the latter form. t~ ! n 0 n t) ! o~i 9 5 '
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i0251 0629 CANCER--COLLECTED TdORKS/CANCER--HEAD/CANCER--NECK/CANCER--ORAL/CANCER--PHARYNX/ CANCER--LARYNX/CANCER--NOSE/CANCER--KIDNEY/KIDNEY/CANCER--BLADDER/CANCER--BREAST/ CANCER--CERVIX/CANCER--TESTIS/CANCER--LIP/CANCER--PROST' /HODCKINS DISEASE/ BLADDER/BREAST CANCER/LARYNX--CANCER/CANCER--TREATMENT/ LUNGS--CANCER/ RC 261 Ru 1974 En yEdited by Philip Rubin, M.D. This book is a compilation of~Il the Current Cancer Concepts articles published as a series in thedournal of the American Medical Association from 1965 to 1973. 'i I/ PUBLISHED BY THE 06ERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION 535 NORTH DEARBORN STREET • CHICAGO, ILLINOIS 60610 ). 0 1 t) 0 n n .{ ~~ 9 n 3,
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TD 897 Mo 1978 ....crURT 140. EPA-600/2-78-004m 4. TITLE ANDSUOT/TLE © SOURCEASSESSMENT: WATER POLLUTANTS FROM XOAL STORAGE AREAS ). AUTNORIS) R. A. Wachter and ~~sl`Bi ~irr+kwooz 9. PERiORMING ORGANI2ATION NAME AND ADORE55 Monsanto Research Corporation 1515 Nicholas Road Dayton, Ohio 45407 I 12. SPON:ORINO AGENCY NAME AND AOORESS inoustrial Environmental Research Lab-Cinn., OH 0ffice of Research and uevelopment U.S. Environmental Protectium Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 J ~~_~~ J~~9 9r _ 15. SUPPLEMEN S ~,TARY NOTES ~, 6 4 /S'V y' fJ ~ J J~ ~~f CJ ~(/fJ 7 4~ IERL-Ci proj'ect leauer ror this report is John F. Marti PS -Q~S V~21 16. AssiaACT - Thiri rlpor,t jjespri,'taesj a,~tu~y R,f tj;ater pollution levels that result from coal. stockpiles maintained outdoors. A representative source was c?Pf;nnd tn rharar,tari zr± the no}1tt*i_on fli,r-nt- r?a+n was._~hl ~i_r~ 50251 0625 WATER--POLLU'PION/POLLUTION CONTROL/ i t i' U1 N 1rT2i2O_ , PORf DATE May 1978 issuing date 6. PERFORMINO ORGANIZATION CODE 0. PERPORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT I MRC-DA-748 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. IBB61 0 1T.CaNTRACf7ERANT NU. 68-02-1874 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVER' Task_Final, 1.1_/76-12/7; 14. SPONSORING AGENCY COOE EPA./G00/ 12
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50251 0636 s?.adc'er--CrmCer- -9 ibi:ograinny ..!- !X?.r. eP I:.t,r..~9FO ~..:.. . ~._..a_..:!'+... . -. f., i s1 n f1 fl I:I') L,? I f;
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50251 0631 i' RC 1 261 Eladcier-t:ancer i 6,M . S . Zi?iif.t'S! G :I:~SA .• c. SGr! -A•?Qri.Ci_a 1Y0/..>_~l:JtiJ V[zalL~Cl illUllF.:aLt. U1. Li:~ ~~• .~- aL1L/11< ifealYti J .G.. . j • ll V. i:L].i!:.. 24 Cl;t. C) _ .--..,-.-,a. . - . -•~•--•-'--~•---...-.-....~..,..~....-ro.•..,........._ li ! 0 0 n f 1 i a Y 0 r;
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i 50251 0642 ' ~6 1 Is'leinzel?itre I;ronchiallcarzin:;tnc, ron IlerLert I3lultn, F,clr-lar t`nr elteuer [llnd; Gerliard Ii„hla:;. Stutt,,art, G. Thie,ne, 1965. .~ p. illus. ?-4 cm. (Tuberkulose-I3iichcrid; 3[euo_rnphirn z1ir Monatsschrift "Fruzis der F•neumoloale" rereini~,t ntit "I)er Tubtr- kulosearzt") Bibliography : p. 51-52. 1. kronchi-Cancer. z. t;n;eheuer, Edear, jolp.t nuthor. it. Knhlnu, Gerhard, joint author. rrr. Title. (Series: TuberkuiosC- Bucherei ) RC260.1391W GG-8,3t;0 Library of Congress e ~I i i) tl rl R 1 6916
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. 50251 0626 . i 1. REPORT NO. ]. ~ ]. RECIPIENT'S ACCEiS1ON NO. LPA-600 2-79-210c 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE 5. REPORT DATE December 1979 issuing date Status Assessment of Toxic Chemicals: Asbestos ~ 6.PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7. AUTNORIS . PERFORMING OROANIZATION REPORT NO. S.R. Archer Y. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME ANO ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Monsanto Research Corp 1AB604 1515 Nichols Road 11.CONTRA / RAN N. Dayton, Ohio 45407 68-03-2550 12.SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF RCPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Ci O Task Final 11/77 - 12/77 nn, H Industrial Environmental Research Lab. - 14SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Office of Research and Development EpA/600/12 U.S. Environmental Protection Agency ,) 15.SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES IERL-Ci project leader for this report is Dr. Charles Frank, 513-684-4481. . 1E. ABSTRACT This report outlines the mining, milling, uses, and health effects of asbestos. Its major applications are in asbestos cement products, floor tiles, electrical equipment, brake linings, and f lame resistant compositions. Impa;red human health from industrial exposure to asbestos is well known. Additional information is needed on the effects o f low level asbestos concentrations in air and water. Present control technologies, regulations, ~ pnd mpjor.sources o,f pp~lution are reported and areas where information is nbede$ ar~e` indicat,e~ `. a
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5025* 06 34 LUNGS--CANCER/LARYNX--CANCER/BLADDER--CANCER/PANCREAS--CANCER/ CANCER--STATISTICS/ RC NATTONAL CANCER INSTITUTE MONOGRAPH 41 261 Un 1975 MARCH 1975 Third rNiat's®z=r Cancer Survey: dicidence ®atc] DHL•'1V I'ublication No. (NIIi) 7b-787 U.S. IJi:1'AP.TAiENT.-DF__.IIEALTII,-I;IIUCATION; AND-WELFARE PUBLIC HEALTH SERVICE NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE, DETNESDA, MARYLAND 20014 1...,....~s......~~ Prepared by: Biometry Branch, Division of Cancer Cause and Prevention, National Cancer Institute Edited by: Sidney J.j q, utlcr, Sc.D., and John L. Young, Jr., Dr.P,II. Y+'. r _-V _t > ~ - a <= J, ----;-`- ~~ '. ! 0 n o 15 9 n €>
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50251 0654 79 X Re, 80 S.P. Mother Jones 4 (No. 1) 31-40, 42 (Jan. 1979) (in English) ~-7 More sp . ecifically, according to Ur.~ ' minutes-rrccisely the time lag bctween RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79.X Re-80 s.p. WHY DICK CAN'T STOP SMOKING. : Psychiatry. London, it is the level o ; Hamilton Russell of the Institute o(' ~ nicotine in the brain that is crucial to the highly dependent smoker. Nicotine ~ reaches the brain within a few moments ~ after the first drag, hut within 20 to 30 o ~ f) 0 n(1 r 6 9 :> ri ~ cigarettes for most heavy smokcrs-the nicotine has dissipated to other orgains, ' and another fix is needed to countcr the ~ change in brain wave activity, as regis- j tcrcd in an EEG takcn at that time.r .
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50251 0658 Cf . 4-rd~-.c, Ancxthc%iolov. V 42. Nu 3, SLar I4^S Laboratory R'e~~o~•t3d5o~•t Iil DuZ- 7.5' s.P. 13i.otransformation and Elimination of "'C- .OTriclilorof uoromethane (FC-11) and 14C-Di,ch.lorodifluorometli.ane ~s. ~ (P-C-12) in. l(lan Gertrud W. Mergner, rL9.D.,'fbVltt-q.: Blaket : Ph.D.,t Martin Nelrich, M.D.$ a r' 10 Cl
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50251 0653 . ~ _~-~u1t~. ~OC N VI Re9-78 S.P. . THE UPTAKE OF DICHLORVOS DURING LONG-TERM D.E. Stevenson and Di;i;~~t13x} ~ l S. ..f~ P INHALATION STUDIES Shell Research Ltd., Tunstall Laboratory, Sittingbourne Research Centre, Sittingbourne, Kent, U.K. The purpose of this communication is to provide an example of a fact that is sometimes ignored, namely that exposures in experimental toxi- cology are often by multiple routes and not necessarily simply by the route mentioned in the name of a study. In some inhalation studies such a fact may be obvious; for example, in an inhalation study on dusts where whole body exposures are used and where at the end of dosing the animal may be covered all over with a thick layer of powder, most of which is of a particle size that could in any case never reach the lungs. Similarly, with aerosol or spray studies, if o:hole-body exposutes are used, the total skin exposure and the dose ingested by subsequent preening of the fur could indeed be large. With vapours, the potential significance of alternative routes of entry during inha- lational exposure may not be so fully realised. ~' I 0 0 n' n I t~ 9 ?_ 7
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50251 06 57 III `"~~g` ° i IPf $A" 4u~isQ~3'4; ~3, i ~.r1;~ ,~ jtj aut. (1969) Pf fufi, T. J. EV?rii": OF k"-.(?C71'Y J? SiP.r`.'~,4-Ai.' MLSTLT:'.,111'S f}•`d I'::^ ~::::1T'a?iG (=F CLASS CCIZt:'L1I-IllfiS, by I. J. Ps1uh tazd 3. L. BiAL;deT1. Mich. Stntc t)niv. l;:;pt. St;. Quart~ Bu21. 44 040. 2) 235-244 (1961) - ~ , . . ~.~.-...--.~..~,..», ..,.~. .. .r...-~.~~...~~___ ~. 1 J 7 w !~ ll 0 0
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. . 50251 0644 • . ,II Me -77 ~S.p. 5 , RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET II Me-77 s.p. ~ Woidich, H.; Pfannhauser, Id.; 101ai6et;';' G.;' Tiefenbacher, K. / (Forschun8si~ titut Erna run8swirtschaft, BlaasstraBe, 17ien, Austr.) i ANALYSIS 0Fb'f'OLYCYCLICI. ROt•SATIC HYDROCARBONS IN DRINKING A:dD UTILITY 1dATE: ~ *(Analyse polycyclischer aromatischer Kohlernoasserstoffe in Trink-und ; . ~ Nutzwasser.)* Lebensmittelchem. gerichtliche Chem. 30 (No. 8) 141-60 (Jan. 1976) (in German with English abstract) ` The arrount of nolycyclic arom~~tic hydrocarbons is an i^~oertant ~indicator for the quality of drin{-ina v!ater. The "in-situ" fluorescence method makes possi5le a substantially rore sensitive and rore accurate ~detcrmination of these substances. The ei~'.hod involvis the treatr;ent of a 750 nl. %iater samnle with lOr) ml. 85" chcsr'ioric acid in a l I senaration ~funnel and a three tir.u~s ectractinn %iith 100, 50, and 5~ -1. oentane. The corrhined ex:ract is dried over "a,,S01, cenc^ntrated to ahout ~ ml. and 4 purified on an aluidnun oxide anc'`silica cel column. The cnlr,mn s•:as eluted with 100 ml. nentane, the eluates conc.entratrd, treat(,d with 0.5 ml. ethanol, ~anain concentrated to ahout ().?-n.3 r,l. and trins1rerrr!d nuintitatively to DC-plates, using acetone-pyridine-meth.,nol-watcr develnping solution. The I ;individual en^irounds uere id,~ntified t~y fluorescenc•? sneetroscon.y, 0 I C~ p n 01 - 6 9~ t~ e
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` £.C i >0251 0637 146 ~G • Greca, 3oba I;axbcrt. Ai1 1ltr{l'J11cLiora to t:z:m:L-i , hysiolcgy. I.c-adc::, hcw Yorl:, ta:xord ITaiversitq t:.cr.s, 1~63. 1.53 F. i.?1vr., dlaz-rs., tab1ec. 24 c_,:. (Cm£ox•d macltcal puhlicaCioas) Zuclcdca bibliogrsphies. ~,... ._... ~.~..r... ._...,..,.... .....~ _ , o i n n nn 1 ja 9, 1 1
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13-73 . ,,. a * up c orP.~IFr•urF,F'?nI1:5: Si{!?CC:7LIJ , hs,S.:A,> l . LS i;~.t~ SP..OUTS~ C1.~~_~T.~+LP_:S/{ :it': ~ S/C ~1LIFL: 'L;aJ T ; BRUSSELS /r:~Tr~.Si:;:fi''.,~'.:I ~ ARDSICOI{v, Sr,rT:L'T1i-'.A~ii,F.i2.I~IES/P11'~DEi.In;~S L•.,LAI;~LE/ ..OL:. • .• CEGT:T:1nT.E FIL.-• : 'Jl o •.r:CTU.Y, ir....I.L r• ..i • . FIGS/F' \'D RLIT A. , T ~ ! ~ u LE'SOtSJi LTTL`C1'!LI`IES/I.1CticL S/'tUS11R00't~~l';L'S '.~rU i,?fiL i?5lCT:r2t",/PAPSz.C"/?':.: S"I^S/ PEACHF.S/rF..LZS/°I:12SIA'l "LDO`:SIPI:?}:APT''..?:S/}'I_i,~iS_t'Rii":ES/Pt'~:I'G~'.A`:. i ~SJF~1~I5='?'SJ 'dASPBF.F.T;IES/SHALLOTSJSPI:SACH/STI:.1Ld1iI;aP.'_hS/TAI!.r^LCS/;?ATc.a C'•••FiS/'..'ATF'.':ELO^'S/ ~ ~- _ .• .S , C ~ C C. Lr; • r .,•..C /C tt Lai .l• L. 1~'y t~ '1tL~ f: J '' ~aFET..^vra^yr j J 7 t ~ ' . ..r.. -~ .{~)t, I =.;~j rC.l.j..t. U FEiPE ^y•~ >'1~Rt,i''T ts±:t7 i?GrTA'.?LE FSCTS ~'~~ PC1::iEi'S/ ' 'f.^«..~f , , •• "~ By U~ilry'rL~ 1.:.GLTt,SL:.. . ~S
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73 XI Fol-79 S.P. r i RJR CLASS'N0. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fol-79 s.p. ~:'Ych, a Wy#,t *(no affil.)* • : ANTITRUST AND THE GERMAN TOBACCO INDUSTRY: *(Der Trustkampf. 1901-1915)*" ". - .. ,,..:. .. Scttriften Wirtschafts Sozialgeschichte, Vo1..24, 157 p.-(1975) (in Germ~n) 50251 0643 ~ n From the title of this monograph it might be supposed that it is a general discussio ~of eartcls in Germany in the early twentieth century. In fact Professor Blaich's study !deals only with the tobacco industry. In the middle of the ninetcenth century the ~ German tobacco industry had only small units of production and its output of cigars ~ and pipe tobacco v.as on a modest scale. The increasing popularity of cigatettes in ~ the 1880s and 1890s transformed the industry and large joint-stock companies were ~ established. Dresden, with a third of Germany's output in 1910, became the largest ~ ecntre for the manufacture orciearcttes / . 0 1 n i/ n n *Abstr. (Book review) in: European Studies Rev. 9(No. 3) 405-06 (1979)*. .
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50251 0649 i 73 VI 311 TOBACCO--PECTINS/ TOBACCO--CHEMI CAL COMPQS ITION--POS ITIO?I ON STALK/ RJR CL.1SS NO. PA?PEiLFT 73 VI B1I ~ ~$laim~~~Ct'; Szynal, J. (Institute Chem. & Technol., Dec. ASr., Lublin, Polan.d) PRELL*1INARY INVESTIGATIONS ON _; -1-CTINS IN THE LEAVF.S OF SOME PLP.tTS FROM :1TCOTIAtiA GEP:L'S. *(Wstepne badania nad pek-tynami lisci niektorych roslir. rodzaju :~'icntin.^.a- (~ Ann. Univ. Mariae Curie-Sklodowsl:a, Sect. E 25, 213-20 (1970) - in Polish wi t h A *Keyruurds:* Pectins, green, constituent. *1973, No. 11, W 5009* *,jt* Tobacco chemistry: ~•. _ . _ . . 5 9 2 .7
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~HD ± 38 1t31 50251 0663 i $Iake;'Rott~~rt Corporate e::cellence diagnosis ,bf, I:obert I{. rlake aiid Jame ST•~•bley AIo;itoli. Austin, Tec., Sc;e.:Lific :1Sctho?s 11968) ili, 441 p. forn:s. 24 cm. "'I'he PLase 6 instrument." 1. Industrial management. i. Mouton, Jane Srygley, joint au- thor. u. Title. 11D38.B575 ~. 658 68-55641 Library of Congress ` .. (31 a 0 1 E) (1 n () 1 6 9 3 7
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,,,1if/.^'t :4 LABOR RELATIONS/ H1) 69 R1 1976 ARCHER ~' ~ tl () R R 9 : ; 9 • /UNIONS/ i50251 0665 _ . ~ /MANACF.MI?NT/ Drr-S-Robcrf-"R: Blake' Dr. Jane Srygley Mouton
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JUAD46RsCAWf a~e `r ;"A+it~ricais~ 50251 0640 n r- r ~ : cR C_, "^ A . . . . ~'~ t. . .. -,a, J '_ ~ ' ~ r uorc~.. cabie: r:vi . i9b FSges xL`JUFslarift Co. • hizmi:.4,aa:~, , .C 1 tl 0 0 o
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• Szyrn.1, . J it.FR, CLASS NO. 1'A*,['11LI:T 75 Vi. Bi Tnst~~tut Chc:n. 'J'echnol. Ro].nej, 7.akland liiochem. A1-md. holnic:za, I,ul,l.tnic' CilEtiZCA1r A\ALYSIS OF TJIl: St1J,S~c.,CES I/7 T-.,. TU13A(;GO ,IiL:1,VJ:5. A(Cl,ea-nicinz charnkterystyl:a substanc,ji pel:rynowych %a lisci;ici; tyt'cr.iu.)* Acta Agr<fbotanica 27 (::o. ]) 29--37 (1974) (in Po" ish ~Ti Yh English abstrnct) *Keyn~,ords: ` pectin su;;stances, cured, constituent; pectins, water soluble, cured, consti tuent; pectic acids, cured, constituent; protohectins, cured, constitucnt; Salacturoni.c acid, cured, constituent; falactose, cured, const.i.tuent; glucose, cured, const:itucnt; arabinose, cured, constitu^nt; rhamnose, cured, constituent; xylo::c, cured, constitucnt:; ribose, cured, constituent. *1975, No. ].2, ,J 4065-A Kd* Tobacco cliemistry: 0 1~) 0 n 0 I~~;? ~
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138 50251 0666 ! F.1 ; ~ Ab E'CY w` b e, .15.. _.-: ~` 7HE MANAt3ER.1:AL OR1D,t Ray OrlQntatfons Achieving Production Through Peopie, by D33ke and J. S. Houtpn 96~ 0 3 1 i Pages 4 for R. R. Gulf.' Publtish4ng Company Houstonj Texag ~ n !1 n ! ~i 9
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50251 0662 ~: Corporat© Darwinism; .u! e~ olutionaz3 ,rF+cypecti ~ i. on or- ganizing work in thP dynantic curpoa-utiol; (hy j Euheri R. Blako. WarrPn E. !.vis jand, .Tnne S. Mouton. Tex., Gulf Pub. Co. ,196t;, Tfouston, a ziti,139 p. 24rm. Bibliography : p. 122-126. 1. Industriul organization. i. Ari.. Warren E., joint author. II. Moutotl, Jane Srfgley, joint nuthor. R[. Title. HD31.B52 658 6G-29,u6 Library of Conare.,s 411 . - . - .+^:,- ....y.T~.,.- :,i r
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50251 0660 Conductimetric anr.lysis at radio-frequency; a ne:; #~ n;(Iue for titrutiou (inc:;~dinh a chapter ol: n-~oistUrf; 17INtfJ's) With a fore.~-ord by O. I~, t'onwiller. 1Iondon] Cl npr._n ~C Ilr.ll. M0. sr, 109 p. Illus. 23 cm. Zliblioereph3•: p. c5.3--1003. 1. Conductometric analysis. x. Title. QD115.B55 ~ 545.3 51-5fi:'P ~y l Library of Congress i51h5j . o i c, n ~ ~~ t .i 9 :~, o, -
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Arch. Toxicol. 35, 281-294 (1976) . .. ArcAw.e ol i 50251 0651 ~ ,..... , ~_ • TOXItCOLO: Y VII Re 6 76 S,P © by Sprinbcr-Vcrlag 1976 . Dichtorvos - A 2-Year Inhaiation CnrcinoUenesis Stt.tdy in Rats gp,"~IHti~; K. M. Dix, P. F. 1-iunt, L•. Thorpe, D. E. Stevenson*, and A. I. T. Walker Shc1I Rcsearch Ltd., Tunsta:: Laboratory, Siltinobourne, Kent, ME9 SAG, England Sunlmary. To determine the effects of dichlorvos vapour on the tumour inci- dence in rats, 5 week o'.d Carworth Farm E strain rats weighing between 94 and 150 g were exposed to 0, 0.05, 0.5 and 5.0 Ill&/t113 in a 2-year inhalation study. The growth rate of all trcateJ rats was depressed, particularly in the males. There was increased surrival of thc rats cxpos~d to 5 mg/m'. 7'hcrc wcrc no consistcnt differences in food intakes, organ wci;;hts, haenlatological or blood chenl:Stry Cctin.ntionc, C\cCl?t in cholinesterace i•.ctiviticS, Atllnnc~',St tI1C various groups of rats. No compouncl-rcl: t; a c''!l'cr;nces \t•ere seen in aeetylcholine and choline esti- mations carried out on a small number of female rats' brain tissues after two Q ( ~~ 0 %arO c4osuri. "I`l;crc%,el~c~ no gross or microscopical comlxtund-rclatcd changcs in thco rtts' tissues. Ultrastructural examination of the reshir;ttrny tissucs -- - -- ---- -..r.~. . _ .. r. ~ -t L ----'----_--.. -
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50251 0664 i I i V"b:S'1:1i1T•~ i.a.C::,lal~l:LiC.~',. ~1tiAVbsiL Va:ZJd hEt'F7.OFtMNTp by FollwrC L. El&ke s:ad .aane Srygley Pfostcm 1968 375 Fe$ea GuH Fubliahirra Co. -1 r~,A tlau..tsm. Tcxats t~ ~n n t? C i 1 0' 9 : ?t
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50251 0652 VlI?C -13 Toxikol. 33,1-7 (1972) ' C by Sprin~cr-Veaao 1972 , S.P, : An Inhalational Toxicity Stud3, hith 1)iclaorvos* 1 i A. L T. ZT'alher. I): i3lair; D. E. Stcvcnson, and P. L. Chambers** ShoU Research Ltd. Tuanstall Is,bnratnrF, Sittin.^,o; une, Kcnt, England !i°rRlv!'d rLT 1. Z9';2 ~ ASstracl. Dogs, cats and rabhits cers eontinuously esp>sed for e:`ht weeks to dichlnrcos atmosFheres grnerated from impre^nxted polsciarl chlurido strips. Concentratioru of dichlorros in air n•e:e prcduced in the ran;e 0.05 to 0.3µbr1. No eflects wcro fowd on 6e enncral health, bel.aviour, plasna and crythrocyte cholinesterase a^tir-ities and eioctroence-..+halo;7raph;c p3tte:ns of the animals. hey uard,-t: Dic`:aorrua - Inhal'otional Toaicit?. Infrocnciion Dichlorvas (DDj'P, 0,0-~linicth~ ::' '-dicl~;orociuYl 1•phosphate) is a volatile orcanophospLatte insecticide nhich, -,v:--,en incorporated into a matcrial such as polyvinyl chloride (PVC), i; slowly released, thus providing a niethod of ^_ontinuous control over a period of about three months (_lttfield and Webster, 1OGG). The toa-ico?o gy, of dichlorvos by both o°al andn inhal<{tion *oetes of cxr:nsur-- h.ac i•, en rrrir.n•r-i /FAfl! .. i U t r~ 0 n () i 0' 9 2 E.
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i 50251 0659 III Du -77 S.P. , , Effect df Photochemical Models on Calculated Fquilibria and Cooling a Rates in the Stratosphere Florida State Univ., Tallahassee. (139 850) ' ' AUTHOR: B1»a`ke-;'"'Dbrina.1 Lindzer., Richard S. C260533 FLD: 4Bt 55B, 86M USGRDR7410 14 May 73 21p , ~ GRANT: NGR-14-001-193 GONITOp: NOAA-74013108-1 Prepared in cooperation vith Harvard Univ., Cambridge, t3ass. Revision of report dated 24 Nov 72. included in Monthly Weather Review, v101, n11 p783-802 Nov 73, C0M-73-50496-11. ABSTRACT: Simplified models are developed for radiative heating and cooling and for ozone photochemistry in the region 22-61 km. The latter permit the inclusion of nitrogen and hydrogen reactions irn addition to simple oxygen reactions. The simplicity of the schAme facilitates the use of a wide variety of cooling and reaction rates. Also considered is the determination of temperature and composition as a jdint process. (Modified author abstract) U I () o no 1 6 y:~ :i •.
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IV (-s c' I U U U t~ i 0 I svxar, 'u_.,3Enc2 Acm6t-*oo ftTclamtnd iTng co'ezd OTZ 6951 sY •rl jaGw:.r.3 Aq d7.•1a.T,_ti1iTRiL 1 w71ti},iAqog:~~~n~e14l.~ w L990 ISZOS T''L7r.• .
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III 50251 066f B11 1968. TMA ~"min wo Tl-lE ACTTON or SOLUf3-II, fSt1Na AGEN't'S DN THE SQ:LUA:I:L-AT.Y pE' XANTN I NE DCRJ.VAT?VES IN 1JATER, 1, 714E AQPL-ICAT,]aN OF PART:1.7fON STUOa Es TO THEAPNY.( L INE AND CAFFC.INE C0MB.I.NATa:OUS, by M-actin. W3ke sncl Loyd C~. 1ia r r.i.s •7ou.r, Am, Phar.m, Assoct 41, 527-523 t19~2:~ 1 f? ~ t1 on n fi i
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of RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAL--*iANACEMFNT/INNOVATION/ T 175 I31 1978 2 C. 50251 0671 MANlliGlING FOR RESPONSIV= - RESE ACdCH A11,1°D DEVELOPMEENT w. H. Freeman and Company San Francisco DR. TEAGUE- 1 C, desk copy . . , . .. ;~.~,.R-.~,.-~.~-~-..,....,,T,,.~...~.-..~ ...-,...,,.s,~. -__.. ...~...... . . _ ~. r,- -....._~_ _.... ~~ .
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50251 0676 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QR 351 ES1 ^1981 (ed. ); MICROBIAL ECOLOGY OF THE PHYLLOPLANE. Third,International SyMposiuM on the Microbiology of Leaf Surfaces, Aberdeen, Sept. 1-5, 1980 AcadeMic Press.New York, NY.f31.(IN ; ENG.) ISN = 3515 e oi0 o0 0 iUgS 0
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50251 0677 ~37`3~e'nbyeu~k; N. " tUl55 7RANSFER IIY M4D7.C M]CROBTAL SYSUMS. n !? c~ ~ t3 ~ ~ ~' =~ ~
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50251 0670 : ~.. :+,h i .. ., ... Geographical puide to i floms oi tl,r world ... (Card 2) ~ # Auytralia, -North :~utertce; South-AtUetiee; a:A -islnn lz +if tit. :>,tlant3c,-I'acific; nnd-Tndinn ocetns, b,; B. F.-Iaat:e ~ yeer3 Aiier G. At%youtl. i ~'L,-`e~..~-~~ 1.2. Botany-Geographical distrlbution-L'ibl. ~l. Botnny-Geo; raPhy, ~2. I:otany-Fibl., 3. Botanists. i. Atwood, Alice Cary. 1SiC>- joint author. it. Title. iu. Title: rloras of the vvorld. Z5358.A12B5 016.5619 Agr 42-353 - - itt;ef ~nt~ti~,:a~t U. S. Dept. of Arr. L(br.( , 1AzS4:~I no. 401 for Library of Congress J iC,1r13c'31t r ~s t t) () f1 o ;.~ ~~ 4~ f'
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~ TP i 50251 0672 ~156 ? 3; ~.v ~tT. t~"^ L~O...T.~~Y ~ ....«......:RS..+a+. wr.1 dfaC~Z:1 l.a.CYi ZAt:~.A , Nr, 10 Ad~a..tii: V, ?!::~7L~g 1'.cade~:~ic Pa•o:~w, 7~:!C:OA 0 1 non~j ~ ~9 q6
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50251 0650 73 I It1 . , !`.erlirjtlf' SCiCnr~ f• rl~::L~w 13 (3)211-15.(1973) r.. .-..-. . . . . . . MEDICAL Vojc~ll 11LAtR: qSSk:SSStENT OF DOCTOR AS FORENSIC WITNESS ~.umtur 3 I;'' G r`+ Cd rw ;:.. .` n ~ y~! n fRi~ uur •L~I1l1rl!,r~1s~~~ ~.~0 {Jb t:jii;-;'ical llrufcssioil hi, hccn blessed in rccr;lt ycscrs, or sorne might say cursccl, \.•ith ,. a P r r,~..•,l C,'~r es a rcl lo7r :on o- . ~ ^ , saw thc Lirth of the yount;c;t mcnabcr of this falnily, tlrc Royal Collcgc of I'sychia- trisls. IIow vvill lawycrs and other cmincnt layrn,•n, uniuitia:ccl in the intric;rcics of mcclicel c'valuatiur,s nuwadays, irtterl;ret the variouc. letters which a doctor can legally apycwl to his surna nuc•? Ducs tllcir nu:nhcr dircctly rcflcct the sl.ill, cxhcricncc, and cflic•icury of the doctor conccrncd? llo they ~ .,.,., .. 1.1.A., ALll., Y,.Ch., F.K.C.Psyc't., those obtainable from the Royal Collcgcs. Entrance to a Collcgc is gained Ly a doctor with ample specific experience in lt'is specialty who p.css^s requisite cxarninations. Onc(. this is achieved, lie will in the instanec. of the Royal Colleges of Physicians, Obstetricians and Gyn:rccolonists, Pathologists, and Psyclri- atrists hccomc a A1en,bcr 1\•I.R.C:.O.G., NI.IC.C.I'ath., and M.IZ.C. Psych.) but the Royal Collcl;c of Stn•Lcons lie will hcconnc a Fcllo«• (I'.R.C.S.). A Pcllow:hilt of any othcr Co'.Ic•gc is bc<totrc•d by its 1'residcnt and Council or: a\Icrnbcr of srt•v•ral ycars sts;nding as a rcco^nitinn rd C~ ~ i ) C? !T (1 / -.a ~l'
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50251 0686 QA 276 Na 1975 pplied ultivariate Analysis and Xxperimental Designs 0~ o 0 n n 1 b y& n i N. KRISHNAN NAMBOODIRI Depa.rnrer o/anebb,Y Uiacrrilry of NanA C.olwo LEWIS F. CARTER Drpamnenr of Sosiolnpy warldvWn Srar UAUe.dry r_. fI[lsl3~~' ~YY. I~L~LOCR. JR. DsDmmn+ of SoNchvr u+iurrsiry of warAl^pron I
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50251 obtj a1. Wlskaslee,lwaiba~::R. METNDD, 6.E' :fNDUG1NG DOUr31.lNG OF CHROM050ME5 YN P[,ANT9 pY TREArMENC WITH CoLCHYCINE) by Albert F. 13.1akeslee and Amos or. Rvery, Photogtat from: J, of Her.ecti{.y 28 (No~ 72) 393=41.1 (1937) 1 ~ y~~ n n n n
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50251 0641 I f~`({o.tt, X 0 III Du?-79 USE OF FREONS AS SOLVENTS. By E. N. Marchenko & O,A. Blagodarn .11:& S.P, anR5'CejW4y G.K's NOTE: THE PIZOBLEM or OZONE IS NOT MENTIONED. THE REPLACEMENT OF SOLVENTS MENTIONED IN THE ABSTRACT BY FREONS, SUCH AS CH2C12 ~0 z6 ~~,L~(,°2~LF~ ~i-Co & ~ is RECO2L~iENDED BECAUSr OF THE LOk.Fft TOXIGITY, z 2y / b9:1,5t22.• U,co(khl.id.ns(Frcunaacc..l ... _ :.~. r ~' 7; ~urne}'a lr. A. ll~~~;la. .Sfn.ciiinn.fr~ilci~l'l7s, (Ij J2-<l (I:u sl. K61.vLm; rFrc"nsl arc rccorr.rcrcndA a.; tcplarcrncnt. (or C:f1,C-I,. lY'h. Cl1('1, \! Oll. cnc6r.c ;l)-cu! (maz. pcn:u•tiiblc conrn. r\Il'C)", In rn;;!tn'r ur Pn\h., x0cr,c, T1c Cl) (\II'C ~U 2J) rn /u !1. Ml'C r•f n u,t 1'rcens ii lU(„) Strn, d - 0 1 n(1 n n 1 6 9 1 S w
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50251 06 85 DICTIONARIES, MEDICAL/PiF~iCINE--DICTIO:irZ ~iCINE--DICTIO:irZ~ 0 4 q 1 n 0I0 n 1 6 9:5 9 J . (q~ :6 I«A,u4- ,NIGraw•HiII QooCompor.y New York SI. Louis Son Froncisco Aucklond Boyoi6 Dusseldor( Johannesburg London Modred Mexico Monlrcol New DeN Ponomo Poris Sco Poulo Singopore Sydney Tokyo Toronto Fourth Edition ,..~t...'i l.tA.{./-
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50251 0678 ~ RA i 576 j N o i North Carolina. L'oard of Ilcaitk Cleaner nir for North C-rolina, a report of a cooperntire survey lby the North Carolina State Board of fleaitL e 'nd the U. S. Public Health Service, byI L'il13 C. lilaken.ey and biarrin D. Hi~h. Ralei~3l,19,i9. G2 p. illus. 28 cm. Includes bibliobraphy. 1. Air-Follution-\crth C:u•olina. i. L'lakeney, Billy C. ri. U. S. Public IIealth Service. iii. Title. ,-.., G28.509756 60--6011-1u; 4 Library of Congress . - jC1b1i TDSS00.N' c 0 1 ~~ 0 ~~ 1 v~1 :.~ 2
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HD 69 B1 1978 50251 0668 MANAGEMENT/ STRESS/ W". U i3.~...1~..~ ~~~~ w:~~ Strategic new insights Jane Svyglej/ ~~~~au~er into a' proven system for v "" increasing organization productivity and individual ef fectiveness- plus a revealing examination of how your n ? 21~ t~ ~le'`3 2 7 man~age~ria sty ---r---- _
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.a. 76 II Re -76 S.P. 1 C. R. Seances Acad. Agric.,.61, (3), pages 12S 136 (1975) LAVENDER REQUIMIENTS OF PiAJOR AND MINOR idUTRJENT ELEMENTS 50251 W8 [Article by~a -~ Paul Bellenand- Mayeur, HubertMoulini.er and Raymond Gras; report presented by ri. S. Nenin] k a 1 j
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50251 0679 5 70 B1 i MIaW-1A2fi*d: A 19? S- I'iiotonruplqy for scientific puulict:t.ioa : u handhoo4 ibyj Alftvcl A. Iilai:cr. :;zn Francisco, Z1'. H. Freeman (19651 xli, 158 p. Illus. (part col.) 25 cm. BcLliography : p. ~153i :f,f;. 1. Yhoto;raphy-$cientifiC applications. 2. CcI2nttflc illustrntlon. L Title. TR 7 05.B5 Library of Coneress l 135G9 3 • 65 778 - . ~ IC3141 -.-~,.........,~,.~...~~~~-
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{ 'tif. 50251 06'69 ; 28, 1 ~B 1 Ab ... Geograpltical ; uide to floras of the world, an finno- tated list with speci: l reference to uscful plants and common plant names ... '1'ashingtoi., IT. S. Govt~ print. oif.,-19-~?= '4(/ / v. 24 cm. (i'. S. Dept. of agriculture. Miscellaneous j:ubl:: cation no.+O# j)) Joint contribution frc,m Bureau of plant industry and U. S. Dept. of agriculture library. Running title: Floras of the world. Author index inchides birth and death dates. (Continued on next crcrd ) i61 rI303it Agr 42,353 Brief catalogiue
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50251 0673 i 1 L a +0"`.:, 001`4- " ~ ~ 1 i ,, GLUCOSE ISOMERASE/ CATALYSIS/ENZYMES--INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONSI POLYMER-ATTACHED HOMOGENEOUS CATALYSIS/ QP ENZYMIC AND p01 NON-ENZ1'MIC CATALYSIS 1980 *0 a 1n I6 9 4_, 7 Edited by PETER DUNNILL Department of Chemical and Biochemical Engineering, University College London ALAN WISEMAN Biochemistry Division, Department of Biochemistry, University of Surtey, Guildford ~NC1R11IATl`S1;i1KEDRoUGR # National College of Food Technology, Weybridge Published for the by SOCIETY OF CHEMICAL ELLIS HORWOOD LTD., INDUSTRY, London Publishers, Chichester . ~ -. . ,.~ _ . E
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50251 0691 i S ~ 591 B1 ~ 1970 PDDL ' This manual provides for fourteen laboratory sessions of four hours each, divided into three units: I. The Soil, II. Components of the Soil, and III. Chemistry of the Soil. The manual was prepared by: #&1iitV4~o.;$1a,nchar', Earl M. Kroth, William J. Upchurch, George H. Wagner, and C. M. Woodruff. V U. Lucas Brothers Publishers Columbia, Missouri t~ { n Cl n t3 , ~Z'ce : y A.~ • I August 1970 Columbia, Missouri e
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50251 0684 .YwL.._w..war..Y"~...L+..~i:~J.~..1• ='.W.•.a. . ~....r.w ......•.... a w...a•~.._ .•...•. _. __.d...........a..-~...._ri...\...Y.....,..A..... Y.•n..._....rs.w.-._..~.r.~+•~a....._,•••.....-.~. , • REg DICTIONARIES; MEDTCAL/ Q 123 B1 1972 (3n,1c,f, 'M3kiston's• 14-7y ~u GOtJLD"`. M L-DICAL• e- DICTIOI~AR'~::. =LL ~~ . Chairman o,!'the Editorial Board nird Edition . Arthur Osol, Ph•D. - • A modem comprehensive dictionary of the terms used in . &Il branches of medicine and allied scier•ces; with illustrations and tables %- " McCraw-Nill Book Company 1 A.Blakiston Publication Neov York St. Locis San Francisco D"usaeldorf Johannesburg Kuala Lumpur London Mecico Monveal New Delhi ~ Parama Rio de Janeiro Sinaapore Sydney Toronw I
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50251 0689 i ~ 76 IIIReI-81 WEED CONTROL IN YOUNG PLANTATIONS OF LAVENDER AND LAVANDIN. S.P. „ - ~.e d~sherbage des jeunes plantations de lavandins et de lavandes fines. .,, , ~,. ~ .~ar J.=P, BASSINO et ~J~3a ~RfG; ' Association de Coordination Technique Agricole (A.C.T.A.) (•) En 1970, dans Ie no 142 de la prdsente Revue, nous avons dresse Ie btlan d'une btude qui a abouti » l'utilisation de la chlortiamide et du dichlo- b6n(I dans les cultures de lavandins et de lavandes fines, a partir de la deuxi6me annee de plantation. "e comptes rendu dftail)e des travaux a dtb prisentd au Comitb de 0 1 ~(~ n~utte cont?e lea Mainralses Herbes (COLUMA) en decembre 1969.
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50251 0647 . i 07. ?::;,'.;O:?,A vilil.rzOrp.Y W 2'C`r FGGtepy I,,.au'.c LNlnt Ws; ch 4 (t:o. 2) tI:~2) p In ~,Ollsli O
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50251 0690 r XX MeC -81 GLUCOSE/SUGARS--BIOSYNTHESIS/ 7 • 1 Cha i•I cs R. h i 1 Ke l F.CO\OS11CS 01- Slk:aR PRODUCTIUX WITII TRK`Ilc :I,U1 RI:I:Sl:1 RUTGl:Rti c:-30• itart•r,vW ;'-Rlaflcf< LAItiRI:NCf•. Bf:RKEI.F•Y LABORATORY / and DIiPARTM[NT 01' CIil1fICA1, ENGINEERING UNIVGRSITY OF CALIP0ILNIA BERKELEY, CALIFORNIA 9,1720 •This paper was presented at the Second Chemical Congress of Continent, Las Vegas, Nevada, 8/25-27/80. i I.1i1.-11•fS!) thc North American This work is supported by the Department of Energy, Office of Basic Energy Sciences, contract OW-740S-ENG-48, and Office•of Solar Energy and Conservation under agreement with Midwest Research Institute which operates Solar Energy Research Institute,xont~act EGAt 0 0 77-C-01-4042. o n n ~ `i t~ .;y a
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50251 0656 llownal oJG<nrral AlirrobioloV• (t976). 97. t9-=7 ! J' priwted ia Grrat !lritoin 7.1 r.1aI Effects of Inhibitors of Protein, RNA and DNA Synthesis on Heat-injured Salmonella typhimurium LT2 •• , ± lkpartment oj 11'urrition and Food Science. ;/assachuseits Institute oI Tichitologp, ( Cambridgc, Alassochuserts 02139, U.S.A. i (Receired t .1larch 1976) By R. F. GOh1EZ. A. HERRERO Axn A. J. SINSKEY SUNNARY The role of protein. RNA and DNA synthais in the repair of thermal injury in Salmonella ttphi.nt,rirun was inve;ticat:Q. Thermal injury was asscsuYl by the 'minimal mcdium r.co%rry' %v.tcm: alicr heat treatment. hi-!hcr .iabk counts >are obtaincd on minimal-mediuni aLar than on comrlex-mcdrum a_ar, and the ability of heated bacteria to Iiorm colonies on comrlcx-rnedium acar is recoi.ered when they arc incubatcd in liquid minimal medium. 7-hi; rccoven• is inhibited by ritampin and chloramphcnirol. but not by nalidixtc acid. In addition. n(:rmpin causes a loss in viability. AIkalinc x•dimcntation anat..cs of radioactiscl.• lahc4led DNA sho%%cd that h%ilrr%%urca and rnl:unpin. unlike chhoramphcmcoi and nali- dycic ~idA tausiUl~f1 h~dk~i hcatc.i bacteria. 'I'ho rc>ults indicate tJ~at rifampin t'4~e11{!{ to1hcaEr'd h.rtc~ ai}d that chloramphenicol, thouFh not fethal, pre.ents repaii . ~ thermal damarc. ` _. ...,.,~.~s~.
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50251 0675 a .._.~._...y...........,_....,...... >.-_.~•`:..._.~:...-...._._.~: e 7Gt rteF-F-W-73 \ FR rA !n c;.: (:-%, a F o By'J. Rt ERUNNCR, !J. w.!,,F1N[EY Liquid breakfast maal ond_[. AlAKEIr-- anc3 an inliialic3n milk tjse . . ~ . . whey as i f~e prir-ierpal ~ngrec' rent ~ P.ECACCt: Ut= TH}, SIGNIFICANT \UTI:ITI\'E: VALUE 017 AO,cti, rakn: of ic .houid '+-,~ usc,l in pritnary prc:Iacts for }:cr.t: r. cor:~u:~, tic;n. Way-Mil contains two-four per cent fat, one-1.5 pcr cent protein, four-five per cent lactose, ca. 0.7 ash, th: water soluble vitamins native to milk- and added oi!- soluhlc vitamins. vitamin C and iron, ir desired. Tt:c product has a b':and flavor and can be fizvorccl «'ith chocolate or fruit flavors. Its appearar:ce is sirnilar to homo~-cnizcd cow's milk. The fat and pro:cia r- : ion rem::in pt1}sicaliy stable for as lor.g as tare~ or UIcCi:s. WatCr so!ublC carragcnins (~ or A nuxtures) , .- U I n o n n 1J 9 4 9
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50251 0696 i i HD 69 He ~-9» - ARCHER , ; Third Edirion Management of organizationaly ~ehavior: Utilizing Human Resources Paul Hersey OMo Univcrsily Kenneth H. Blanchard , U»iversit y of 111assachusetts PRENTICE-IIALL, INC., ENCLE\VOOD CLIFFS, NEW JERSEY 07632 ' ,;<< r-1 0 1 o '0 (~ ~i I 6 9 7 (l ~: ~.. . -.. ... .._ . .. . .. ___ . ~..~
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i 50251 0687 a- 41 III Du2 77 S.P. U1tra-violet and Visible Solar Flux Mea surements on Board Concorde Centre National de la Recherche SciQntifique, verrieres-Le-Buisson (Frac.ce). Service d'Aeron omie.*Department. of Transportation, itashinqton, D.C. (478 725) Final rept. AUTHOR: Pommereau, C5861G2 FLD: C4A, 13B, 68A, 55E Jun 75 68p CONTRACT: DOT-AS-20n23 MONITOR: DOT/TST-75-130 J. P. , Sou=h on, G. GRA?7605 ABSTRACT: The objectivA of the experiment was to provide an absolute measurement of the visible and UV solar flux at the aircraft cruising altitude; these measurements are necessary to help interpretation of other simultaneous measurements made on the aircraft. Subsequently, analysis of the- collected data showed thZt it was possible to enlarge the scope of tlie experimect by computing the absorption due to aerosols a d, most importar.tly, to determine the local concentration of No2. 0~` n nn n ~~ y 6 1 ___s~_Q~rv7n~rnnc. *c~r~Tncnh~ra. *CttbPTSOn~f tT~tn~nnrfa. *FVtiai~ct c7~nnG~~. _ .'
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50251 0695 dcl. fffgn ' W "'0 i+# hu:.;i1) ~ i (1969; ~ tt:r&:.;:, ~.•. .i.:. ,7,y{':i1 p [ by l.jaA C:nG%Yop &,Id i~~'.jy~,.r:~ii YlLGI+i.&b~.` 66 T =`iOe 6) LW.'I-f,sls,r (3junfFy »iUij 0 0 0 0 1 ~9 Is 9
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50251 0698 j (1969) p . • W-z1. 1969) C) a ci 1 :") 9 7 ?
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r., ~... . . ~ ~~.~.. ..~~..._.. ~.~ ~-~. ~,_._.. _- ..~ : ._ v ._ .,... ... . ,_ _. . . ,~ .~ti 50251 0655 ~-- X:Z Tlel?-C-203-73 - Florida State llorticultural' Soaiety,E5 192-203 (1972) : t SO:,I[- MER°1! l'-,i•3ALYTi~,h.~ ,,h.~, iivDICl-lib62S O,"- pROC[:SSrD C);a`-,,f\GE MCE Qlfl1L[1'Y, 1971-72' Jon:; A. ArrAWAY, RoaGl:r, W. BAn1:;.!1,wd>Ww%..G. -43fa11Ry 13ELA S..BUSf.]C. RnRSRT i). (`auTrR. 'tSAR- t[tAi.l. It. 1':.'~ .!iC}Cff, 1 'l.. LJ. Z: .._..5, .{A1:! s I''. FlSI1I:R, I:LMER C. 111LL, li1CIIARU L. IIUGGART, 11tATTIII:1'l 1). i,SnKAULJA, L`ONALD R. rF,TRUS, ANA S. V. '1'irG Florida Dcpartl(ICltl of Citrus J.akc Alfrcd and ALYIN rI. rIOUSE A.0r ie" ltlcral Research and Education Cc)ltcr.. Lakc Alfred ~1.. ~ .. .~ ~: ... ~~ , i.: . .S ' . , 20 processing plants in Florida during the 1970- ;?{.'i,;( . 71 enpcnn v'n- . ~1....n.] . . .... ^O TriD ~~,n.~.~rnl + 1lTai j•L.S SaA: i 1.a j St$. hYCr.:j;v, ii..ut.^.. ::. f:... maximum values of cach analysis are presented. A multiple regression analysis of the data re- sultcd in apn'cdiction equation :for flavor that used Gvariabies and gave a correlation coe?icient. (r = .909). Distinwishino anay-tical chlracteristics are demonstrated between orange concentrate evapo- rator pumpout and orange pulp wash conccntratc. Data are sunim<<rizcti-1 by pres^ntint; avernf'c, mininium and maximum values from the 30 JllP analyses on each of the 25 samples of ' o'ran,r,c cOP('(71.'t:ate 11?c? !"l ....`dPS f•T !• ,.rr. +. , 1
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50251 0699 TP 370 F,a 1974 PDDL ~o'TEiIll Ufo 'rEs "-n°Nant Ir!ot-GaS IT ~'' s; .L' ~l. LC, rJ : :. S Environmental Protection Technology Series' .~_ ~ Dr. Jack W. Ral].s Mr. Walter A. Mercer Project Officer Mr. Harold W. Thompson Pacific Northwest. Environmental Research Laboratory National Environmental Research Center Corvallis, Oregon 97330 Naticnal rnviror.mental Rtsearch Ccrter Ofhee cf P.aearch and Develupr:ent U.S. hc'uunmenlal Protection F zncy Corvallis, Oreg.n S7330 December 1974 0 1 F) 11) n c1 1 ~~'9 -1-1 3
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i 50251 0706 CvNSU;4ER AFFAIRS/ 79 I B by Wa~ren tBlanding, Leslie Hansen Harps and William R. Henry, Jr. 133 WAYS TO HANDLE CUSTO:•1ER •COMPLAIh'TS ~ Marketing Publications Inc., Washington, D. C.
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1650251 0705 76 X B1 TOBACCO--.SMOKING--PSYCIIOLOGY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 X B1 Bewley, B. R.; Day, I. (St. Thoma's Ilosp Med. Sch., Dep. Community Med., London, Gt. Brit.) PRIMARY SCHOOLBOYS: IMAGE OF SELF AND SMOKER. Brit. Jour. Prev. Soc. Med. 29, 262-66 (1975) (in English) .0 1 t1 A n 0 1 a 9 7 9
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i 50251 0694 AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH/INFORMATION SOURCES/AGRICULTURE--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ U. S. NATIONAL AGRICULTURAL LIBRARY/ BIOLOGY--BIBLIOGRAPHIES/ Guide to Sources for Agricultural and Biological Research EDITED BY ,.C#A,Rq'AND LOIS FARRELL Sponsored by the United States National Agricultural Library, United States Department of Agriculture, Beltsville, Maryland n 0 NN~YE~SIJY~PFSA,,4IFORNIA PRESS ~ ---.-.---. -, . : - r-.. Berkeley • Los AnQeles • London
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50251 0700 xx i ~ Mer m"Walb ~ (1970) S. P. R. 3. R,ayetolds Tobsccci Cd, a krs+earch grid ~ Pr.oduCt DevelopMent Depar.tmerr'Ls, Sclenca ~ Informbtion Uivi:saon pROCE3S1:A10 NETEiODS AND EQUJPI!'JEN:f. P 53.5. 6LANCEt1.N0, by R.. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co,, Resear.ch ensl Product Aevelopment Aepar.i:ment8, 5cience 1r.£ormation Dav3.s7.fla. anG X.eRay Meet, 1970 A wllection of nostgxia1 WI_ngton-Sa7.em,. N. C.
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370 Lo 1971 '~'tOOD--SA.'~ITATIO?3t , 50251 0680 $aiutary iTechniques * . in ~t{cod ~Telvice l~arla Longree, Ph.D. Professor of histitution- Rfanagcmrnt, Emeritus Cornell University, Ithaca, New York and -.:Cea-trude• G,- ,Blaker, Ph.D. Associatc Profcssor of Food Scic?ice and Nutrition Colorado State University, Fort Collins, Colorado . John Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York • London • Sydney • Toronto i e
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0251 0693 12 UE L 1 J.t:TPLTT arfisTIIOD FOR TTCT; haODUCTIU1T OF TiQ1.'iOG: N3;OUS fE " DROPS DOWN TO 1 ~.'a::CP.Q:i IL1lNUS x. m,.a~.~Y• ~ 1,,1 Q %(.) J ~f DW2c;tl1,Cr-Ylatichard 11',norls 11o!c occ'nzogrrcpl,ic Ici."titutiurt, licccircd april28, 195.#'; rcriscd .lfay °8, 1-954 11,lt57•xAc r . . . .. . .., . . . •. • ... .: •. siitlplc 'uicthod for t1uc proFttict'snri, t.)f ,hotmnt*,coixcius watet'dlops ilo+i ti'to 2 j~- ~el+~r is'tlc'riiliccl:VIrcn l~nhl>L : uf agivcn sizc l,ur,t at an air-water intcrflce, rull ;>>:e uf the bubble cavity hrocluc•es an cilmc+rd moving jet which quic•kly dis- ~;ratcs into sevcrsl small clrop;. i•;ach of these clrop:', not <<cccssarily :Ill the samv , riscs to a height which IS rCntarl:al>ly const;int from one bubble to the next.'fhe I sizc ctt each of thesc heights was founcl to }>C eyually constant. hotc;;r:cphs nre shown of the c'.rops produced anci their remnrkal,le uniformity in The size of the drohs is a function of the bubble size. r~'rl'M~t r rrnv .; . , 1 1
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lY i g.a3 €$)a'"'Yf~2i8L"t5'~5"jt' aut. ) i Ab 50251 0697 iti,p :,.'~a J.:: ,lN).i rJt2! UTlt•....'j ri Y T.CO1r.= l4S P c :D:I:'O I :._ ... : .''.; ;. j • ~. e<< r: ~,;,;..:r,.ard ',~•. _ : al• Wma, l\n.x Wi.. M.Cl~~..1~ 2 i2otd arC,T.. Ai.;a ai o 1.eG.c :'Cj n 237, t:`v'j•.92 (1959) -A t-- 0 -49 1 ~ ~ n~! J9 7 1
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251 06 92 CIiEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE : ELEAtEWTS--DETER`riINATJQN/ c . 1 U `77-`-_ a ~ ' '-~`~"`ardB.Sc. and S. H. I~arrison. ' Ph. D. ' ``';~ i ~ ~' .c n.r. 79 III B~. Trace Element Profil4and Ratios Determined by j ~ ~ 1 ~ ~ i j ~ Instrumental neutron activation analysis (IN11A) has been applied to virtually every type of e%identiary matcrial for forensic purposes, including glass. rubber, narcotics. soil, and paper [I-S]. Literature to date on sample identification of fine paper (book or bond-type writing papers) by INAA has not emphasized the value of trace element con- centration eentration profiles or elemental ratios. It is to this area of sample idcltiftcation that this investigation was directed. Some assets of INAA that make it suitable for forensic analysis are (1) the often nondestructive nature of the technique, which is valuable in many legal situations; (2) extremely high sensitivity, allowing small samples of evidentiary material to be used when mutilation is permitted; and (3) the ability to analyze for many elements in a single sample. The forensic significance of determining if separate pieces of fine papers have the same rx-- . ~t o i n n n n 1 5 9 4 6 ' . ' • Instrumental heutronJActivation Analysis for Fine I ~ ~ ~ Paper Identification I
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1 , . 504151 0639 rROCLtcnlKCS oP7t1l: Avsfl:Al.lAN ASSCWIATtoN of NCUROt.OCtS'l•S, 1974, It IIr D"2'" NEUROLOGICAL FEATURES IN FREON S<P< FREAKOUT a t: .. J. R. MOON and P.-i'. t31 ApI1`I'' In recent t'ears the so-called "drug subculture" has produced many innovations in its persistent search for escape through the world of chemistty.l he list of tt;etltods used is frighteninbly extensive and one has long since ceasetl to be surprised by reports of newer additions to it. A rather bizarre innovation is here presented concernint; the use of a commodity which is so easily acquired as to constitute a commonplacc in many homes: the propellant used in aerosol cans. Search of the literature reveals little recorded in Australia on this subject and indeed evidence in world literature is scanty. Yet is is clear that for psychiatrists and neurologists this subject may present a problem in diagnosis, and a problem whiclt may have forensic overtones. CASE R);PORT A 32 )'ear old fentale presented after an 8 weeks inpatient stay at two private hospitals where she had been treated for a long-standing chronic an%dety state and more recently for overindulgence in alcohol. She had been noted to have a lotic grade peripheral neuropathy and a mild diitutbance of liver function tests, but the lntter had been quickly corrected with ablation of alcohol and institution of a balanced diet and vitamins. The former had :Jso subsided lea~~n~ no symptoms but residual depttssion of ankle jerks and some diminution of knee jerks. There was also a slight difficult)' in gait. However, she was freely mobile, hzd responded well to medical and psychotherapcutic support but had at times exhibited anxiety. On some occasions at both private hospitals she had shown episodes of bizarre bch3viour, the aetiology of which had been unexplained but in which drug abuse had been suspected though not proven. At the second hocpital she had settled extremely well and was much happicr, regaininf confidence and spirit until a short time before admission to the Austin Hospital when a family upsct had caused a sudden downturn in her progress. Three days before adntiWon to the Austin Hospital she vras found in her room one morning standing beside her bed, flushed, incoherent, 2t3xic, salivating excessively and quite disorientated and excited. Shew3s put to bed but rapidly deteriorated. The onset of bilateral otocis. dVvrthria. dv.nhaei»- n-1ratvdc nf ..~+o ~~.~t•., .,.~....+...< -a ... t•.... ..e _..a. _._.._~. __, Q i ti n n fi 10' 9 1 3
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A , 50251 0704 ~ 74 X Be SMOKING HACITS--SC1100L C1iILT)REN/TC,RACCO--S*:Oi:Iyr--PSi' c.1t0j, r,y/ ' 2 TOBACCO--Sf•iQiC7NG--StTRVFY/ F.JR CLASS NO. Pli:~i'iiL1:7 ~4 X Rr2 ~ u(~wley, B. R. ltarris, R. j (St. Thomas's Hosp. Iied. Sch., Dep. Clin. Epidemiol. Soc. Med., 1; London, Gt. )Irit.) I I'ACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH THF_ STARTING OF CIGAR.I:TTE S,SOKIhG T3Y PRIKARY SCHOOL CHILDRI:N. Brit. Jour. Prev: Soc. Aied. 1974 (No. 28) 37-44 (1974) (in I:nglist:) *1974, No. 12, w 4817* *d* Tobacco analysis (medicine): i _ _ _, . ,...- ~....-.__...~,,._:..~,~....-__..,.-..._ ..r._ . _ _ ._ _. . < . _ . , -_.. _.... __ _... . ~_V..__ ......,~...-......,.,... . ....- - !1 ~ i1 `tl f) f!
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50251 0683 ~ 76 III B1 CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS/COMPUTERS/ A FORTRAN Programme to Aid in the Detectiori ol Flavour Changes ~° ~rG~;_ltwtoft Btakcsle~:-~~*°' National Food Research Institute. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, P.O. Box 395, Pretoria (South Africa) Leben.m.•K'i., , u. •Tahnul. A, ~_ :6S ;hh ( 147t( , Received March 7, 1975; Accepted April 5. 1975; !wt 334) A computer progrmnme in FORTR.f N has been prepared to aid in locating those aeras ojtotal ion gc/ms c-lvorimatograms M•here dfferences occur in the gc patterns. This method is very suitableJor detecting chemical differences between the f7avour af one sample and another. Introduction A recurring problem in our laboratory is the determination of the chemical differences between the flavour of one sample and another. -fhis problem ariccs in many ways. For exantpac, a food product has developed an off-flavour due to con- tamination. Or, one is interested in the flavour changes during ripening, proces.ing or storage of a food. The normal solution to these problcm. is to prepare an extract of the contaminated 3 The total ion data for each gc run. On most computeri7ed gc/ms systems, it is possible to have a list of total ion data from a periodically scanned gc run placed onto paper tape. magnetic tape or disc. If the input formats are prupcrly matched, this can be used directly as data input for the prog,ramme. 4 An attenuation factor. Higher numbers for this factor vield a smoother basclinc for output data in options Iii1 or (iii) bclow, but also give a lowcr sen~itivitv for detecune I 0 1 111 0 0 0 1 0" 9 ~ 7
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50251 0702 _._ . _ .. _._:.._. 77 X Be2 SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ TOBACCO--GREAT BRITAIN/ _ RJR CLASS NO. PAZ•SPIiLET 77 X Be2 Bewley, B. R.; Bland;``"J.*H..* (St. Thomas's Ilosp. Med. Sch., Dep. Corn. Med., Gt. Brit.) ACADEMIC PF.RFORMLrLN'CE AND SOCIAL FACTORS J'.ELATED TO CIGARETTE S1:OI:ING BY (BRITISH) SCHOOLCHILDREN. Brit. Jour. Prev. Soc. Med. 31, 18-24 (1977) (in English) ~SUrtMAttY Factors which may influence boys and girls aged betwcen' 10 and 121 years to start ~ smoking were studied. Information Nvas obtained from 491 schoolchildren, their parents, and jhcadteachers. In their own view and that of their headteachers children who did not smoke \\ere academically better than smokers. Children who smoked were more likely than non-smokers to ~ havc a parent and siblings of the same sex %%l;o smoked. No association was found bet%%cen the 1 child's own smoking and that of parents and siblings of thc opposite sex. Smokers \%,cre more likely ~ to have friends mho smoked. INiost children did not think smoking was enjoyable or desirable and '~ many thought it bad for health, irrespective of their own smoking habits. The majority thought t lfhikd peope o ter own age smoe to show off. 0 _I`._ n._.n..._n-D 16 9 7 b . -
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50251 0713 , rnnn PnLYS:1C/ 1I:1? T7J:S/STAFr:? -V-"7'4w")TPrv/STAnt;" -- nrrPAnA'''T#(enzvr,(,) PF•rTTC r~~y~'S/~1T"iTCF.T,T.?iL,1S? ~/S'":'1?r1( -f;rT.,1TT"•Z7.n.TTn\1/STA°r1?...-r1nT1/ KA',\'TITAV & T.rMST.ATT0?T-• T1, c Polysaccharides in Food J.W„Y; J3I•;&NSiARI), T:A, FIFST J.R.141ITCHELL, BSc, PhD, AIFST School ojAgriculturc, University ojA'ottiuglurm BLTI'TERWORTHS LONDON-BOSTON Sydney - Wellington • Durban - Toronto G • i n 0; n Ci 1 5 5' 8 `7 ., i i
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50251 0714 # (190~)) I -c-g~.. ;~2~ '2.ft b':P'v*tw. PERTiANCNT STANDARDS FOR. CHEMI.CAL TEST FOR. PUNGENCY ]N PEPPERg, by L. 0. van alaT3c.csm and J. A. Mertfn p:oc. p-,t. ScrC. Hoa•t. Sci. 50, c^97w2S8 (ZS'e7) 4 'a ~ f1 (li il ~1 N :i 9 ~ ~i
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50251 0711 BEHAVIO BF 30 Ad 19?9 ML SCIENCE/EMOTIONS/ A ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF COMMUNICATION AND AFFECT Volume 5 PERCEPTION OF EMOTION IN SELF AND OTHERS r" \ Edited by Patricia Pliner, KirkR-:$lanksteitrand Irwin M.Spigel Erindale Conr[n Universiry oJToronto Mississauta, Onta.io, Canada p1 ENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON
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.,......_ . IX Re -78 S.P. 2 (~ ~ n S. C. PACKHAM, R. B. JEPPSEN, J. B. MCCANDLESS, ';~ND J. I-I. PETAJAN . Flammability Research Center and Department of Neurology, College of Medicine University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah 8r1112 fp THEf TOXICOLOGICAL CONTRIBUTION OF CARBON MONOXIDEJAS A COMPONENT OF WOOD SMOKE/ Original manuscript received August 5, 1977 Revised manuscript received November 12, 1977 INTRODUCTION T E PROBLEM OF determining toxicological impact of combustion products has precipitated two major international symposia in the last three years (1, 21, ~~ along with ff(equSnt psoposed solutions, methodologies, and protocols (3, 4, 5, G, 71. TeclinicLl diftictrftie, have presented thernsrlves to every scientific discipline involved in the resParch. Obstacles associated with defining the "dose" in a typical tI.nnrntir-aI_cPt havn__iwPn rii,.ruccrrl hv fJACf'arlanrf 181 . ThQrrlldl___,_
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80 II Ey-81 S.P. Journal or Pettonality and Social Psychology 1981. Vol. 40. No. 6. 1095-1101 50251 0716 CopyryAt 1911 by the American Psy lalogiat Assaciation, Inc. Oo22•cJS1./61/4006-1o9sfoo.7s Empirical Assessment of Visceral Self-Perception: Individual and Sex Differences in the Acquisition of Heartbeat Discrimination Edward S. Katkin and1int'BlMoovicWi . t State University of New York at Buffalo Steve Goldband University of Western Ontario This study had two aims: (a) to test precisely the degree to which subjects can learn to discriminate their own heartbeats and (b) to pursue preliminary data suggesting that males and females differ in their ability to learn such discrim- inations. A new methodology, based on the theory of signal detection, was em- ployed to evaluate objectively and quantitatively the performance of nine male and nine female subjects. The results confirmed the validity of the new meth- odology for assessing heartbeat detection and also confirmed earlier observations that males are able to learn to detect their own heartbeats but females are not. The results are discussed with particular reference to implications for viscerally based theories of emotion. t1 1 tl n n n 1 5 9 9 n
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t. 50251 0719.i MAIZ:fNG CZGARM5~ AOS TELI. THE TRUTH, Narper's Maga-Ai ne, August 195$ (Cta1..l.ey Praaf G °Py) Cin
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RJR TRANSLATION i 50251 0715 TOBACCO--SMORING--PSYCHOLOGY/ De Bla4Moreno~=J~:-L.,w - *(no aff il.)* Ab RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION ~ 1JHY DO YOU SMOKE? ~(Por Que Fuma Vd?)* 1/Actualidad Tabaquera, p. 27-28 (1971) (in Spanish - complete English translation available) ~,You are~searching for a stimulant in tobacco.,. - ---~... ~ You smoke for the pleasure that the small objects that form ' ~ ---~ - -- - ~. -- _ ~' part of the rite give youy iTobacco tranquilizes you. j/When you need a remedy for your anxiety, for the tension of --------- 1your daily life, you turn to cigarettes. l n nn n i :) ~ E
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50251 0712 1 I w i BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/STRESS/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/ PERSONALITY/ BF ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF 30 COMMUNICATION AND AFFECT Ad Volume 6 1980 ASSESSMENT AND MODIFICATION OF EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOR Edited by -Kidt R Slankstein;; Patricia Pliner, and Janet Polivy fiinmk Co1lerr Unnniiry oJTmcnro alauo.q.. Anrato. Cw.d. PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON - ., ! 0 1 0 o In fl4 1 &L}9 6 ) '
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Ab 50251 0717 ° C -C YYtri~ " G •; t-C,41/ / ., ,, . ~~.n~(I~Apcriliiciital Cf~ulrcr li1ful•nlatioll Service U.Sict" • . fwl-• b - ~ AIla)L.lRS Sc'uc<•% Auah•s1 ~ . ~ CnKrn.i. J S~uc~, Rc 1: rcvtcr Lihruriutt . ~ ' 1 r, ;r ~Icactl; l.id,irti ? /.
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)251 0701 - ~ 570 Wo 1950 , . , Pd1JL : . i . _ ~ .........-.,-. ~:.., TRITIONAL DATA HAROLTJ A. NVOOSTER,. JR. and ^i"FR.ED C. BLANCK :..: : . HEINZ NUTRITIONAL R.ESEARCH DIVISION 1VIELLON JI:ST*T_'T.JTF , • PI:TSBURGI' NNNSYLVANIA P4cblithrd and dittributcd gratit by H. J. HEINZ COMPANY P. O. BOX 57 PENNSYLVANIA PIITSBURGH ,,...,.....-....,--•--.~-~t _.r.. .-.. .._. . . t~~ 7~ o t t7 O n n
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I 4 P, 50251 0723 i CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--CAS C}1ROMATOGRAPHY/ TOBACCO---SMO1:E--ANALYSIS,/t ION-PAIR CHROMATOGRAPIIY/ CHROMATOGRAPIiIC ANAT.YSIS--TORAC SMOi; E/ . REF Handbook o~~erivatives 4 for Chromatography 123 . Bi 1978 . } f23 l. L;dited by _KAR4 BLAU ahd GRAHAM S. KING ez, , ::, . . . Rrrnluvd Raron h/emorinl ResearcR L.alwratnries, Quem Qialattr tAlaterniry!lospioal, Londoa, tt'6OXG. . iAGEYL.,d EN London - Phlladelphia, PA. • Rheine 1 7.. 1irl. a
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•I f 50251 0703 SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/SMOKING IIABITS--STUDENTS/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PERFORMANC)":(mental)/ 77 X Be3 RJR CLASS N0. PA`fPHLET 77 X Be3 Bewley, B. R. ; -_Bl.and::i°J'• M: ` (St Thomas's }losp. Med..Sch., Dep. Community Med., London, Gt. Brit.) ACADE fIC PIERFOILMAhCE AND SOCIAL FACTORS RELATED TO CIGARF°CTE SNOKI\G BY SC1100LCH7LDRF.N. Brit. Jour. Prevent. Soc. Med. 31_, 18-24 (1977) (in P.n8lish) Factors which m:+y influcncc boys r.nd l;iris a,cd hctn•ccn 10 and 121 yc,irs to shrt ' smo}ang %%'cre sludicd. Infotmation 1+,as obtained Lorn 491 schoolchildren, their parcnts, and ~ hcrultcaclrcrs. 1n Ihcir own vicw and that of thcin ccacltc:rchcrs chilclrcn who did nol srnokc ucrc acarlcniic:rlly bc•(tcr th:rn •mol;c•rs. Children who snrokcd wcrc morc Iil;cly than non•sniokcrs lo lhavc a parc•nt :rnd siblings of the s:imc scx who smoLcd, No association was found L•cts•.cen Ihc ; cirild's om'n smol:int, wtd that of Ixrrcnts :nrd siblin;~s cd thc opposite scx. SntoV.crs w,rc niotc likely to lravc fricnds who smokctl. hf ust chilclrcn clid nut tlrink srnol;ini was cnjoyal,lc or desirable trnd I nu1ny thou;7hl it bad for ccalth, irrcshcctivc uf thcir own smol:inF habits. The majority thouLh }t ' j'coplc of thcir o%\n agc smoked to show ofr____._~T_----- --- -- --- -- - ~ 1 t7 f~ ~ C~ 1 u 9 7 7
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78 V Bi An Aid to Statistical Evaluations of Organoleptic Panel Results TASTE--TESTING--STATISTICAL MET1iODS/ -.,.x..:• i ;: C Newton Blakesley.r l.alKn.m.•N'iu, u..TecAn,d. In~~:) (10777 National Food Rescarch Institilte, South African Council for Scientific and Industrial Rescarch, P.O. Box 395, Pretoria, 0001 (South Africa) (Received Alay 6, 1976; rAccepted Augrrsr 9, 1976; lx'r 412) A eon7puter programme in I•'OItTRA N is described to aid in the statistical evahration nforganoleptic panel results. The programm perlorms an onalysis based on the nonparametric Fricdmmn rlpe rank statisrics jar a hvo•rray cla.csification. lfan ocern!1 rlifferrno is establ'islud Jor nurUiple samples af the chosen /evel oJ signifrcance, the prn,Sranune perfor7ns a serics of Fiicdir.un rcr,s u'it! sample pairs to deternrirte x'lrich samples arc stntistically diJfrrent. The Friedman rank statistic rnethod is more npplicablt fo the analysis ojdata jrom most organoleptic panel tests/or diJJerenee thon rhe nrure eornuronly u.ced parametric anaosis of rariane• methods. Introduction This paper describcs a computcr programnu in FORTRA' prepared to analysc organolcpticc panel resulu usino t~ Sensory evaluation by con.umer and/or laboratory pancls is Friedman rank statistic mcihod. an important and n•idcsprcad practice in both food researcl ,f~ d• 1 P •Ie I 1 d d st m t t ry, ane are com on y emp oye o e ermme an mc u the acceptability of a new product or the effect of a pruccs; r+^~ chan ,c. Such chan,^cs could include addi~on of a new t`1 0 t1 tl 1-6 9~ 6 .. . . . , • -- - Progralmne hcscrip!ion and LoAe 50251 0682 e
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.t 50251 0710 Ab 11I nuT-77 S.P. * Pt10TOCHElSICAL HODEL FOR THE SPACE-TIME VAPIATIGNS OF THE OXYGEN ALLOTROPES IN THE 20 TO 100 KM LF:YER ' International Meteorological Inst Stockholm (Sweden) (000.000) AUTIIOR : 1865L1 DSGRDR6518 1965 2p Acailable copy will not permit fully legible reproduction. Reproduction will be made if requested by users of DDC. Copy is available for public sale. ABSTRACT: A time dependent model atmosphere is developed which will provide the height distribution of ozone as a function of location, time of year, time of day and meteorological conditions in the absence of transport and diffusion. The resulting distributions are then compared to the photocheQical equilibrium distribution as obtaired from the infinite-day approximations, i.e. those stationary solutions obtained by assuming that time goes to infinite with the radiation remaining constant. It • ;:
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50251 0727 i XI MeI-78 S.P. Handelsblatt abstract) _ .. .. . . . . , ti . RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Mel-78 s.p. CIGARETTE PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION FIGURES FOR 1976. Handeslblatt, 197~, p. not given (Feb. 27, 1978) (in German with g A presentation of annual cigarette production number of cigarette smokers, per capita consumption and annual expenditures for cigarettes in West Germany, England, Italy and France. English e
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i 50251 0722 W 0 ',RQ$9RT`CBA Wft~",' and SAMUEL R. STIVERS* -/x4 78 XI Adl-79 ,1S• P• If advertising by public transportation companies is to be useful,cn effective method of advertising evaluation must be available. This paper presents such a method, based on a mathematical modeling approach, and the results of its application to a transit advertising campaign. A Statistical Evaluation of Transit Promotion THE STUDY This study was part of a U.S. Department of Housing and Urbar] Dc%-clapmcr4 gynt k to 1he q'ittspurp Port Authority' Yransit System to test and evaluate ....~.. . • . r _~......~.... .n•%cc trnn~zit Cnn... ..0 words, shoppers are more affected by added informatio than are those who ride (or might ride) the bus to wor4. THE MODEL
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A251 0721 78 XI Adl-79 S.P. . i Ma.rl:et Segments a nd St®chastic Bra nd Choice MadelS -ROE3ERT-,C-:''C3L:A1'Tt3ERG and SUf1RA7A K. SEN* J~unnnl rrf Alnrkrling l:r..,vurh Vol. XIII (Fyhruary 1'176), .1.1_At A.. The modeling of buyer behavior by siocliastic brand choice models has typically involved the use of a single model to represent the behavior of all eonwmers though consumer heterogeneity is recognizod by, allowing the 1110 ~ model's parameters to vary ucross the population. However, anulysis of panel data for several frequently purchusecl products indicates the existence of several distinct consumer segments which ure difficult to represent l,y a single model. It is shown, instead, that in order to describe adequately the behavior of these segments, it is necessary to use several different models while alloviing eonsumers within a segment to have different model parameters. It is further shown that simple heterogeneous multinomiul and Markov rnodels.appeor to be adequate to reprrsent the behavior of most of the segments. C~ tt Ii ~ ~ Ei 1LS 9 9S
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50251 0725 _ .7~LAq'S~;~uN~-EIN~'RUle?~61ESCHIEH'tlt.'D1~ _ ' *It1-C, R 9 -WS:" ' Base, G eorg. ~ In1 Llaueii I)un_t: cine hulturoeschichte des Pmuciiens. Stuttgart, Deutsche Verlao -Rnstalt i19571 a 258 p. Illus. '-ACm. 1. Smoking-Hist. i. Title. GT3C30.B59 53-20S6i j Library of Congrecs Ole) ~ i o 0 n t~ 1)~9 9•
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50251 0709 i 73 II Bl Dl'I`iA-MrC \I1_CII:1N1{'Ai_ PR(iPEIRTIr-S AND 1fICitC)STRC'CTL`I'.E OF rr SOME kr00D-DEORAI:ATIONJ ' gAYiBO\I%CI) 11c1BDII'OODsr Wood & Fiber %+(3)2a•2•-24(1Gi)) MICRICOPE AND MICROSCOPY--a'i.AldiSi Senool of Fore.t Rr~uu:: rs and Mc.terial Sciellct, liepar+Jncat, the Y?nnsylvania Sta!c: :.`nil•elsity, Ur`.iversity 1'a::c, Yenusylvania 1f5(L G. A1. Jenkins Lepartnteut of Metallurgy, Univcrsity Co!lege of Swansea, Clammorgan, `A'ales, U.K. and • . . , D. E. I:iine Material Sciences nepartntent, the Pennsy'h•acia State University, Uniceriity Park. t'cnlnylcania 1w02 At3S:TlACT ~ L`)r•amic mecllallical ,r•,rero'rt::'s (I?\tPl from 100 to 4t>t` K hace lx:en tiot,rn>-iurd fr. ~ black chrrr.•, carbot:i7ed at trlnt)rr.thlru, frurn S<<3 th 1, 73 K i-1 a); inr.rt atrn.r ri:~r?. 'C!,r _ e1aSlic niOa0Qs of a st%cCiltp•n Cs,rfK!!)17C!1 at J;i3. RsIlm\'s a Illa.'F:Cd d:'rren'.c K'itn 1'_cat treatnMra, 1)ut this trClKl to bC as tiC C.'tflK)ni%atl:~n~IC'Ill~)i'ratilfl` I~ incrcased. lntcrllal Srictl0n %t?Ia stl;'•L`:a I~IClCm att' ~C.atl~'~`ly' !On1~~J\ CL'13C]!1:/^S lAf 811 sp,.^.ir.tens. SC:L!lnlT! { r,1CCtron 111 CfOl'f3t?li.ti i: r carlh`I117e(1 Uiflc;' Ci~•R7;J, 1`IrC:) :ISC onl. an.- ple';,•ntl•cl. Ti,• :tr,:.xatt ..: c:liltl.lr ir.:•,•r;tv til.)t r'i,)a'ns nt>•• ~.~- ~.~ n._..~ . .~ ~._ . ~ . ~ ~ ~. .,~ „ _ ._ ... . . . . .
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50251 0734* I Ref. i Q?3 Bleaching. Br PDDL ~`. . ~ t t 1i~ OF YL -, P PAP..., .:.:. 'S7U te1wr~ f10Ffm::3U ^cin":alci C~•psr~t ,......,... _ !?3 Pa~~ cs York t 0 1 c7 o n o 1 7 o r, €3
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+i 50251 0718 Bl.ast Furnaces, System 59, '&.t.j ?,V3 Cme:.3n, Le:op,~i,dt Z', &s-1.853 : az 1.7ru ^C3' vOi! R. J. 2: Y3Y'. t1lat:r lqC:1GGte:zd?a uia~lb's': i11+~ vAn F:a.::: Pc.t,~ra ~ ...hcd.n~ig-Fe:hn, VO:.~?2g Ch:mie S.ra.5.h., a.,zc- "7/ /prvs CLLl~yZa. 26 J./!. '(m. . 1 -~- . -....,_-_. ..._..-_ . . .~...~,..v.-r,.,..s....., 0 1 t 1 ~~(; 1 :) 9 9 2
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50251 0724 79 XI Ha . TORACCO--GErxT11"dy/ . P.1R CT.ASS NC, pA,xn~TTT.ET 79 XI Ha Hamb. Rhendb]..ztt A T:T']E1' ::ISrO^y or S"'..'Iri! SPECIAL t:I:rT .rl;*"CF, TO (:I'P„~!~`Iy, (na'~~`T]<='tic~ 11t;rtst) It.mh. FThendhlatt, ].979, !II'P•, (1'.Zv I2v 1cT79);: ,- in Ccrriln, n o ! • J 9 ./,' ~ } ..~:..., r...~..:.~.,.,. .~:.. ..,• . , . ~_ _ ... - - •- ~
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50251 0138 TS i 1109 1100 d27 Z`e Technical Associat-1o0 of the Pu1y and Paper lndustry, TaPPt MONQGRaPH SERtLg, Nos, New york, v. 23 cm. Gonte nts : See shelf 1.; s r. ca.rd, 11- •-~+T--+T'°e-~" . .~~ . .,. .~...-~..,-~•--... .. . • .~-•-•-y; -- .--~ _ . . . . ~....~...--.. _ .. I I a 0 1 oon() 1 7012
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50251 0674 . _.....-._.:...... ~ I 71 IT Rc-73 S I Can. Jour. 13iochetn. 47, 1021-25 (1969) • .l,' I'ur . flcation alld Fropertics of aP-hexosidase from Spol'obololllyces sinsularisi A.-BCrMrcY AND S. L. MACKt:;.ztE National fieseorch Cottncil of Cmtoda, Prairie Regional Laborator)•, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan Rcceived May 22, 1969 - - . . • . . • J $tJCO:ELY, J. %.., AND MACKE\7IE, S. L. Purificstion arid properties of a~-hczosidasc from Sporobolo- ~j ntycts singularis. Can. J. F3iochcn. 47, 1021-1025 (1969). Af3-hcxosida~c has been isolated from Spnrobolonryces singularis by conventional techniques involving anirr..or.ium sul;alc precipitation and ehromato^rapny on columns of Sct+hadcx G-20'J and llEAE- S:p`.adex A-50. Flectrophoresis on po:}'a:rylar,iidc _r.el was taed as the final preparative stcf~. The sedirr.c•ntatinn co:,~ icicnt (s°ZO..) of th_ enr.~•l~e was 7.6 and its moiccular ~~~ei;he was in the ratlge 1S00Du -145 00:1. Altcourh the fs-hcxosiaa se pcrform.d the functions of a(i•a-£alactosidc galacto- hydrolase ((:-ralaao.i~ase), it also c.aai%•zed the h.'drolytic function r.ormaliy Nrfonned by a fs-D- gluco:,idr £lucot:ydla!ase; both the;e functions appear to reside in thce same molecule. Introducticn synthetic substrate o-nitrophenyl (i•D-ralactopyranoside (O?:YG), essc.^.taaUy?s described by Lederl-crv (6). Assay P-Galactosidascs (EC 3.2.1.23)(1)from various conditions v:crc: 250 }tl of 25 m,j! o?:YG incubated at sourccs arrd in p: rticular frorn I:schcricltia eoli . 30 `C for 10 ntin with 875 µl of bl ier (0.05 M citric } r•s' I ' ti t'1 1"i' 11 a:id - sodium citrate, pii 4.0, containing 0.01 ~tf :~f ^=' ). ~ . , t . AM ftcr ad.jition of sUrll of c,vyn~c <.olu;ic,n .. .. _ _. ._ .,. . •... . ,... __ . . . _- ~, . ,.. . _..;...., . . , •
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4~eacliina~ i 50251 0736 Lesser, Aliaon A -Ifodern llorland Co.eiierr,:cal '4hecillties. \e~ York. \lac `:r~ir_ 514 p, 111113. 24 :m. lucluaL,, t.,iblloarapLies. i ~ 1. Cleaning compounds, 2. yolishes. TP990.L47 /--N 668.1 Library of Congress ~' --) 15°i3J 3. Ilienching, t. T1tle. 51-12;i9.: , .. .. ._,~.-,. . . . ~ . . .... ~••^7l1~.q.r.q. C 1 t't 0~ t~ ~ 7~ i(~
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0 U 0 ; ~ i .: 2.1a-eN •AA PlOuaV pu na 2n,e. ~ " ~ . I~:::~~1?'_.~now4o!8:r.; . . . u 0 1..18d ' . L 1 • S I j I ~, ' V i ....:.:: " 0= I ~ 9ZL0 ISZOS
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50251 0737 , t 'AZEOTROPE-AZEOTROPEIC SEPARATION/BENZp.LDEHYDE/BENZENFdBERYLLIUM/ BIOCHEMICAL ENGINELRI,NG/ENGINEERING--BIOCHEMICAL/BLEAC2IING/ BLENDING/ . ~F ~ E~ GCy~.~r~„t~~~.e~4+~(~ of ~~~ . M~ ~ Chemic~~l Process~ ~ . 1977 a6 r,~q~ ~' ~,~±asia~g ~ e EXECUTIVE EDITOR John J. McKetta I ASSOCIATE EDITOR William A. Cunningham inms. ln.. Asphatt Emulsion to t3lending ; MARCEL DEKKER, INC. NEW YORK AND BASEL 1~ U 1 1 fJ 1 n n n 0
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~ x 50251 0748 a t.fi 2 itoeCkar,11=gds s'L.' ?. 73 r ~-r12LA.s: I n n (1 ~1 ~ ~ f~ ~~ ~
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50251 0735 TS 1109 Ha 1975 2c. NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge, New Jersey London, England 1975 M.G. Halpern PULP MILL PROC E SSES Pulphag, Blcaching, Recycling Qe ~+s,e 4 Chemical Technology Review No. 41 lp 0 1 n ~ In 0 1 .7 0 0 9
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g§0251 0740 - ` 10. 1 TS lechnica7 A9socia4ion c94' the Pulp and Paper ~ 1109 Industry, T TA['P! Mono8raph Ser i es, Nos , 8'I 6 New York, 195p S6 ~y. 23 em, ~ Coni*entss No, 8. Mechiner,y for- Paper ~ Coating. No. 9. Protein and Synthetic Ad- + hegive9 for Paper Coatinp, tJo.. ).0. The ~ C) (see cara 2) o r f~ a c~ o i7 0 1 4
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„,,, F, 502 CANCER--CAUSATION BY I'o0u ADl)ITi. L-~ COLORS/ 51 FOOD--ADDITI VI.S---CARCINOGI:NS/ U. S. DEPT. 11EALTH, 1;DL':;. , AND h'P'LI'ARL:, FOOD & DRUG ADMINISS'RATIOiv/ FEDERAL RI:GULATIONS/FOOD---P.EGULAI'IO1dS-•-U . S . / ...! ,.;. ~ , `:75 r. ChatlesH: B1ank~ ,: Calif . Lnw Review 62(4) 1084-1120 •(1974) The Delaney Clause: Technical Naivete and Scientific Advocacy in The Formulation of Public Health Policies Irrrxonucnor On April 26, 1973, newspaper storiesi announced that the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) had banned further use of dictLyIstil- cattle. In another time this detail of fed- bestrol (DES) in fattening cral food technolo;y rc~ulation might have languished unheralded in the Federal Register, but on that Thursday the press not only re- ported the new rule but gave it front-page treatment. What made the reculation so newsworthy was its enactment only afte a national bovcott callcd to vrotest the hith cost of a few el_s ' , _- , () - -n.- ~--- 1- ~~ ~ ~. I
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50251 0745 Ai ~.~ Ci2Y'fr.bO_lZd Z:11i'.toff uyd P:,aldr 1958 (:'*0 3) 76-7i (1950) s I U/;1 ~ t~ i) 1 7 0 1 9
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50251 0726 Q n n •-a A'1 RT AUR: ~Y'~IEe~4r71t: kwar: ~J Ze ' E F 1TJ:'m r.r.rliLlSi^l•a~. w ~ • ,. ,~ J ~l~~ .fl croxc~o C . ! C'~1 t:`U~I::~k`}: !tj iia^o {}19 v{'r~~y()~~ t~f.A ~ ~ t PS'.,aa~ ~ . ,}~ lrs~,., , ~ csti,~ a fc:r p~ c-aucer:~ .a i. LC:i.G~1u C:'.s.itG,(p 14 ' ~-~^e 2at4 lAJ z s ;""~ 2."`- I ~i c~~`- . -t~ . .~fa.t.C'.,I4 V r si °.~ on,
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50251 0732 , i VI Reg-78 S.P. Pollut. Atmos. 75, 295-9(1977) BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF NITRIC OXIDE, NITROGEN DIOXIDE, SULFUR DIOXIDE, AND THEIR COMBINATIONS. ACUTE ACTION IN HUMAN BLOOD AND RAT BLOOD IN VITRO, CHRONIC ACTION AT POLLUTING CONCENTRATION ON THE LUNG AND BLOOD OF THE RAT. Efffets blologiques 't de leurs assocxatpons : de ~I0, I~®2, S02 e action aigue in'-Yitr-u~s,uL--"ic.szjLjL-g-buniain et le sang-du rat. Action chronique A des concentrations polluantes : ,. . sur le poumQn et, le, sang du rat • parvZ. AZOULA Y (') L. LACNIAetaif:k&BL.,4 YO(tv• A la dc'mande dcs autc•urs, lq communicatiat prrsentre au Congrl:c de Tokyo sous le titre a Ejjc'Is de NO, NO •, S0; c•t de leurs associatiuns srcr le transport de 1"oxvgine par le sani; chez le rat )) a eW remplacce par un article qui !ralte du meme sujet en tev+anu compte des restrltuts acquis depuis la rrdac•tion de la commrrnication, et qui est la suite de I'article ~; a~tudq~dcs~lrets fe NC~, Nf~., S~1; ct~ Ic~i}s a~3ocialions sur lc rat ), paru dans notre t I t j numrro Drcc cJcnt. ~~• I
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72 IX We TOBACCO--SMOKF:--LEAD/ 50251 0750 }LlR CLASS N0. 1':.:.: :" ET 72 T_?: Weber, K. ° (h'issc•w-chaftlichc ForschunE. Verband Zignrettenind., f:amburg, i:.-st Ger.; 1,F:?J) I:: 'f0:3.1CC0 S':OKE. *(~1 .. :)* "Eiei und Uta•delt", Ko:::aission Ur.!weltgefrihr.nn dcs Bundes:;est:n3ineitsazCcs, Arbeitsfiruppe Blci, Berlin, 1972, p. 62-63 (1972) (in Ge?cnan) *Kcywor.',s:* lead, cured, constituent; lead, c.wuke, celistituent. L *l972, IJo. 14, F: S84S* *d* TObaccO_ccO cheTlist1'y: 0 1 0 0 n o 1 7 0 ?. 4
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50251 0741 icard 2) b'teaching o{' pulp. No. 71.= Preparation of paper coating oolors. No., 12. Inspection of digegters, No. ]3. uet s'trength fn papEr- board, No< 14, Fln8l.omy ai' comwoq north ,4meracen pulpwood harkS. No. 15. 1Zicio- biology of pulp and paper. No. 16. Deinki..ng a£ wa 91 e pa pe r! , ~' i t) n(1 (l ! I t7 1
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50251 07149 e VI Re9-81 S.P. The Difficulty of Reducing Nitrogen Oxides in the Presence of Oxygen - .P J. Chem. Tech. Bioleehnol. 1980, 30, 467-47. ~irncr~,rl~W;dZii B1eek and Pieter J. van den Berg Laboratory ojChentical Technology, Deljt Unirersity oJTechnologi•, Julianalaan 136, 2628 BL DeIJ~, The Netherlands (Paper received 30 April 1979 and accepted 20 April 1980) ~ o n o~ 7 0 ?~ A hypothesis is made, based on the literature, which makes it very unlikely that NO can be selectively reduced by any reducing agent other than ammonia. The hypothesis is based upon the very fast reduction of NOs, even in the presence of oxygen, and an easy reoxidation of NO to N02 which are both preferential to NO reduction in the presence of oxygen. The particular feature of ammonia originates from the fact that in parallel with this reaction, both reactants, under limiting conditions (defined by temperature), participate in a second scheme which leads to the formation of surface complexes dissociating into N2 and/or N20. These surface complexes are most probably NH,NOs and NH4NO3. In the presence of oxygen only this second scheme leads to the for- mation of N2 and or N20 and is even accelerated by the re-oxidation of NO to NO_. /
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50251 0744 ,.,.. ~.~..~. .-~„' ..~ Z) 7,, .,,.: ,,~A i= NI • U 5:Z GVF:R L0\ jc:~iarczy=k ; c:t a1, July 1:)69 ~ ;......._....~_:~:~.. ~t,.... . .....`_', ~ tl C J. J 0 , L .. • ,..:, . P13 185 949 .- / . 3- ¢4 . ,-; ~,~aI . N,•s -.-aA b .y ,. - -- U.S. DePARYt;EN7 OF C0:7),ERCE/Nationai .::_~..__-__...._`_..._ .''_.-. • .. .. .~___--.....~ Cureau of Stanciards•- a i
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i 50251 0751 72 X Ha TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFx.CT/ -- TOBACCO--SMOKE-=AIR 7rJCLCTIOVJ_ ~~ ~•---- ~ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PE.?ft'f:LET_ 72 Ha, Hnr4:e, H. i'.: (Fcrschungsi itut C:b3rettenind., Hac~.burg, Ger.; Univ. Ha~rburg, Physiol. Inst., Hamburg, Ger. ) - P: ~.~t;LEM OF ~- :~1t'E S::J :: :C. ProS:t : :1cs Pas: ivr:uchens.)* Int. F.rch. I.'c'i: itsmed. 2~? (No. 4) 312-22 (1972) (in German with English V `JI:..Nary) ~ 1!3 0 0 ~~ ! 7 0 ?. r;
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I1C 'Bl i 50251 0729 ' . -~ _ , . + . I~ w : :{V,~ 7:,ii:r 1,"!''i T ItiRJl 7 n... ~Q~t. t.~ .'.11+a. J A -•_ r i, . _i . (Thrs prrrl nn-a cf tt±o ci:ftci or a:, cr..~ 9-a1J..n. Jtinf3 Rio 1). 'i'iiOsIs U~.ivoY u3.-,3r or (?cr_Mmr I&ical FactL.tV, (C-~,ritcGrlwr.d)- ThEsis iso. 2209 1953 16 Fio lwpri.:^.orie Uonnvois4 G©ucva,, St-rit7eriazet , . . , . . . , . . . i~~T. rn l . . > v ~ ~ o ~o 1 7 0 0 3.
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50251'*0755 a 1 3C't I C'1' 1 1UI11C'S ciI1d G,,--irdeI1S , ~ .~_<..,. ~ . .4 • . -_,.~.. r,~..~...t ..0 Tr.._{?__ T ._ 0 .2-- 9-- .. ...:.
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. 50251 0731 ~"~s~=- Oy 7 THE ABSENCE OF LUNG DAMAGE IN RATS AFTER CHRONIC ..j VI Re9-79 EXPOSURE TO 2 ppm NITROGEN DIOXIDE ° S.P • ABSENCE D'EFFETS RESPIRATOIRES CHEZ LE RAT APRES UNE EXPOSITION CHRONIQUE A 2 ppm DE DIOXIDE D'AZOTE E. Azoulay`, P. Soler'•,~"~.`~:=BlayoIN I 13tr11. ew'op. Plty.cioz:atlr. rc•sp., 1978, 14, 311-325. , ABSTRACT ~ , x a~ Two-month-old Wistar rats wcrc cxposcd for time periods lasting one day to six weeks to a roiyture of 2 pf~m niuu)cn .iiorirlc (;:0:) and unthicnt air. The bronchiolar epithcliunt w:Is sludicd with the uannini; clcctron micro,copy (S1:11) and transmis%iun electron mi- 4 croscory (I'Cint) to detect a possible loss (if ciLia. The ah•col:tr walls wcrc in%c.tic:tted tinder ~ Fght nticro:cithy and *I'l;1t after each week of c>;po+nrc. Uxyhacmot;lobin .ii,soci.uion curve j (UllC'), crylhrocytie variablcs, mcthacnw,r,lobin 01ctl-Ih) concentration were Jctertninccl ~ weekly. J~ No striking ,~han es were observed in Ihc lunc sU urturrs of the r:tts. Only sli;;ht Q ( ~~ n {t~tl'!r f'*ue1t~,u. u:!i3;tti,/i#: NI'iyc found unilcr light micruscopy. No NO:•inJucc.l alterat- ;r tion% wcrr touaJ nm cr Il.~t. Undcr SFN1, titc hronrhiolv- cllithelium a!,prare.l nornr:tlly f ci!ialed. Thc hartuu_;!t~hin uffinity was nut mu;iifietl. 'FLtc blood %ariah!c, of the exhuse•d i :tat; v:t•te rt:; diffcti•nt Il(+nt th-:e of thc rontrnls, h,tlticu!atl% ?,3-1)I'(i. Irt
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50251 0757 . AZEOTROPE-AZEOTROPEIC SEPARATION/BF.NZALDEHYDE/BENZENr4BERYLLIUM/ ' BIOCHEMICAL ENGINEERING/ENGINEERING--BIOCHEMICAL/BLEACHING/ BLENDING/ ~ ~F I . ~ E6Zc~'cr~~~~~~a of . M~ ~ CF~emic~; ~~ vracessong 1977 ~ andDsn a kbtf-, EXEC EDITOR John J. McKetta ~ ASSOCIATE EDITOR William A. Cunningham Asphalt Emulsion to t3lending :nem. ln: ~ ~ MARCEL DEKKEFh, INC. NEW YORK AND BASEL 0 1 ct ~ n 0 17 0 3 I
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& 50251 0759 AUTOMOTIVE EXHAUST GAS/CARBON `i0N0XIDr/ 73 III B11 !'1l; H. Blenkand R. G. E. Franks E. i. du Pont de hemouss & Co. (Inc.) SOCIL'TY OF AL'T0`tOTIV'r. ENGIN;:L''P.S , INC. Mrd-aear Pieetiny,, riont:eal, Que., Can. June7-1L,1971 7 105 07 I f 0 1(1 (~ ~ CI I? 0 3 3
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41 50251 0753 i SWEETENER REVIEW J. Toxicol. Environ. Hea]l i 2_(2)429-439(Nov. XX MeC -78 S.P. ' XDf,i1NISTRATION OF-ASPARTAME IN f NON-INSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETICS Sol B. Stern i () I t~ n c~ New Orleans, Louisiana 4icic ~ `~/'~' °.' ~`-'~:i~ ~'1er,IA. Flores, G. Gomlws, D. Recitas, J. Shu Jewish Hospital and Medical Center of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York Department of Medicine, Tulane University School of Medicine, , seenrs to be well tolerated by non-insulin-drpendent diabetlcs. A study was designed to determine the effect of the eonswnption of the nutntJve sweetener ospartame on non-insulin-dependent diabetics. Forty-three adult diabet/es between the ages of 21 and 70 completed a 90-day study; o/l were diabetics whose conditions were managed by diet and/or hypoglycemlc agents. Partlclponts In the blind study were instructed to continue their usual diet and to take two capsules of on assigned prepcrotion three times djily with meals, either the asportame or the placebo. The 1.8g of ospartame edministered Is approximately three times the expected dally consumption of aspcrtame If used as a sweetener to reploce sugor. T roughout the study subjects were examined for (1) symptoms of Intolerance, (2) fasting plasma phenytoienine levcli exceeding 4 rrig/IC0 nil, and (3) deterlnrotion of diabetic control. At the conclusion of the study subjecrs exhibited no symptoms t.bt cor~d bt-l tra~~ to.ihe administration of aspartame or the placebo, and d!abetk e~ntrol ~Stn udaffeckd by the chronic edminlstrat/on of these substances. Aspartnme
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50251 0762 .i ~ SOl ~liCker~faf~; 'Ro}scrt T'. (Jt. Au tt.or) i IIa .~ a-Cc i iSaad, Harry E. ES, , by OF y E. Hadd ar_d Robert T. i:? ackevstaL: tyuy Academic P--e8v 366 Yages New York () 1 o 0 t1 f) 1 7 0 :7. fi
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50251 0720 6n 262 I 0 '? t A~- LMAT M1~i Xarc#iit, ' 1903- ~ ed. Oiganic syntl~e~~~s; collecti~•z ~•oltu;ie t-•~ bein~ a re~•ised etlition of nnnuul ~•olumes i/ix- XXX"/X,txf'~ ... 2ci ed. ... New York, .;. Wiley ~ sons, inc.; London, ChaPman & I fall, l,tnited, 1941- *.'3. 1), ( 4 v. Illu9. 233 cm. "Flditorlat honrd tv. 1- ) Henry Gilman, edttor-In-chief, I'.nCer Adams tand ortherst ... Second edition V. 1- ed(ted by A. H. Iilatt." ltiblingruphlcal foot-notes. 1. (;heiulstry, Ur);unic-Syntheals, i. Gilman, Henry, 1Rn- e3. It. )tlatt, A3hert llaruld, 1:03- ed. QU2G2.0722, 545.9 r~ . Llhrary of Con„reas t53w1) 42-5730 o f t7 0 n r i I~~ 9 9 4
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50251 0746 77 X B11 . S . ... . . . . .... . . ' RJR CLASS NO. PAr:PHLET 77 X B1 ,_1 , s$led8,`,:P.: R~ Sandman, P. H. Ab TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCIIOLOGY/ (U. S. Army Res. Inst., Arlington, V3., U. S.) IN SMOKE'S WAY: SOCIOEMOTIONAL REACTIONS TO ANOTHER'S SMOKING. Jour. Appl. Psychol. 62 (No. 4) 452-58 (1977) (in English) ~ The immediate impact of second-hand cigarette smoke on interpersonal attrae-~ tion and personal feelings was assessed experimentally. Enlisted men (n = 75) ~ who were either nonsmokers or smokers and who either refrained or indulged+ during the session intcracted with a stranger who.either did not smoke, smoke Id 1 courteously, or smoked discourteously. Following the encounter, subjects ratedl ~ the other person on-se.•eral evaluative dimensions and also rated their ow•nl I affective state. Nonsmoking subjects made more favorable evaluations and re-` i ported a more pleasant affective experience after interacting with a nonsmokin Ig ~ stranger as compared to either a courteous or a discourteous smoker. Smoking ~ subjects who refrained made their most positive ratings in the presence of a courteous smoking other and their most negative ratings in the company of a ~ discourteous one. In contrast to both nonsmokers and smokers who refrained, ~ smokers who indulged during the session made the most favorable ratings when• ; exposed to an indiscriminant smoking stranger. ____.,,__.._,..__- oRn I . . e
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50251 0761 QA ~ 901 ~ j;S,liCk:;;E3ward F. (Jt. Author) Yr.:-::cr, ~~rctl.c! I). rOYr''i TO 1":.LIID K.,tCili4:!11.CC aA!ti~ ~r ttrn x~r•~tt ,~~sre ~tiati e:^ ~^ ~ r~M~C~r.~ _... .. ._.._.~...... ...... .... » ..... . ... .~ ,Y~•i - TiU., y .~E.. ~ld ll• Par~:cr J.ld~a V.pa_ , ti. L;.~~,s ~:.nd Ecvrarc' F. Bl.ick Co. Iidr. { D , 9 612 Ppt-lcs ?.41,.rcen-weslc:y Pab13.zhini; t-Ilaalo F'artt, Cra?.5.C. , 0 1 (1 rk) o o 1 7 G:~ !-,
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50251 0756 Ab .4 r ,ypCRS~f~uT~,ERI EtICYClOPEDIA DF F06D TECHNOLOGY AND FOOD SCIENCE SERIES • VDIUME 1/GQ()D ,~A Q ~504 ~ ~. clo~ e~.~a ; Ency~ ~ f o f - F-40®d Engineering n I o n rt n 1 7 0 :; n t CARL W. HALL A. W. I':1RRALL A. L. RIPPF;N a I]
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\ . . \ . .. . . ~ X~~ B 7C ~ ~~~, _ J '.5.:.: ~~ "OSEPH M. SCHWARC2, ~MM. M. MALONE ANDSAUL BLiNDEEJ~, . Fire ! dc Fla~~rmabilit V l 6 O i 50251 0766 y, o . ( ctober 1975) p SS4: , . r- .Industrial Chemicals Division NL Industries, Inc. High ts to wn, Ne w Jersey 08520 RATE OF SMOKE EVOLUTION FROM QURNING POLYMERIC MATERIALS Manuscript received March 8, 1975 Revised manuscript received September 15, 1975 7/7- - 0 1 0 0 n n 1 . 7 0A .n . ,
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EyJeSChing.~. v, l~_ i Ul7mana. Fritz, 1875- P.~. Y,).3 •$ ' l~.ncy'slo_~udia der teclinisclien Chernie.4 3., roliig neu ge- staltote Aufi. in Uenneittscliart mit S. BulLe iet al.t hrsg. von Wilhelm F oerht. rSiinchen, Urban & Sehwarzenberg, 1n51-;jj rw. illus., diagrs. 28 Cm. CO\TESTS.--i. Bd. Ctiemischer Apparatebau nnd VertabrFnstechnit:. L..,.z..~- -1> 1. Chemistry, Technical-Dictionaries-German. z Foerst, Wil- IIeim, 1833- ed. u. Title. TP9.UG14 ~ '~ 52-2537G `~ ,1- Library of Congress j51g2r :3 L~ 1 (I o n o 1 ~0 .1
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50251 0758 a VIII : ~ Res e .. .~ ._,,..., ._, ... . ~~..... ~.-~ :,, .._ _ _ _ _ 1 0 0 n 0 1 7 0 3 ?.
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TAS'PE--TESTING--TOBACCO SMOKE/ 50251 0764 Ab VI Ta3-78 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VI Ta3-78 Moller, N. (Fabriques Tabacs Rennies, Neuchatel, Switz.) - "BLIN'fl-'PRODUCT'TESTS''- f'OR°CIGARETTES IN THE RESEARCH DEPARTTtFrNTr-fiF::PHIL'IH4 14ORRIS~'(?ABkIAUE3xTABAGS:=RUU3ISS,)- EURAPE IN- NEUCHATEL;` SWITZERLANDA *(Cigaretten - Produkttest.)* . Quester Tabak-Kolloquium, 20th, paper, 1 p. Orleans, Fr. (May 1978) (in German) - Abstract only.available. Discusses the blind product test used by Philip Morris in testing-new cigarettea • in comparison with one or more competitive brands. In the tests, the brand names ~ of the cigarettes are covered with a broad strip of paper so as not to influence the test panneT.
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50251 0768 { SB. j 951 ~G i . j t eu Gunther, F rancis A Analysis of insecticides and acaricides: a treatise on snm- pling, isolation, and detcrmination, includilig residue meth- ods [byl Francis A. Gunther and Roger 0. Blinn. New York, Interscience Publishers (1955, 696 p. illus. 24 cm. (Chemical analysis, a series of monographs on annlytical chemistry and Its application, v. 6) Includes blblio;raphy. 1. Insectic:des. z. Bllnn, Roger C., Joint author. n. Title. SI3951.G85 0 632.951 54-7993 ~ Library of Congress A . _ . . -.,~.-. ....-..-,.._._._.. ~- y ,_ _---~-.~---~ ....~._..,~.,....~......~.,.....w a v I r) C1 ~ i ~ I 7 0 A, 2
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50251 0743 ---__._~---------~------_---._ __----___......_ ~ FOREST PRODUCTS LABORATORY 1Madisou, Wis.~S770St . FOREST SERVtCF., U.S. nF:PARTMF-PCT OF AGRICULTURE Approved Technical Article 745 A C S I;Teeting N. Y. April 4-9, 1976 Preparation and microbial decomposition of synthetic [14C]iignins Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA Vol. 72, No. 7, pp. 2515-2519. July 1975 Biochemistry (IiAnin biodegradation/w;%od dccay/dchydrobenative polymerizate) ~ T. K. KIRK,* W. J. CONNORS,t R: _D.'BI.lEAMt`;~ W. F. HAClci:rrt, AND J. C. ZEII:USt •Fo.ert Products l.4horatory, U.S.D.A., Madison, W isconsin 53705; and t Department of Bacteriology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisc. 53706 Communicated bu Ellis B. Cowling, March 28, 1975 ABSTRACT A definitive assay for microbiological and biochemical research on the biorlc,Gradati:in of lignin was de- veloped using radioactive svnlhetic lignins specifically Ia- beled in the side chains, aromatic rines or in the methoxyl groups. The 1t`CIli;cnins were prepare.i bv oxidative polymer• ization with pcroxidasc and I1.O, o(specificailv labeled eon- iferyl alcohol (•1•h)-droay-3-methoxycinnamyl alcohol). The synthetic polymers were shown by spectroscopic and chemi• cal methods to contain the same intcrmonomer linkages found in.natural lignins. Incubation of the Ii'CIPgnins with known lignin-degrading fungi and with a forest soil resuaed in t'CO=evolution. Lignin is a major structural component of vascular plants and-makes up a large fraction of the carbon in tht biosphere. nurine the D.'•st ZQ vears the drnrhirP an.l hincvnit oc c rf. Coniferaldehyde was reduced to conifervl alcohol (Ia) at room temperature with Na13Hy in 50% (v:v) aqueous etha- nol. Extraction and work-up gave a crystalline product in quantitative yield, the purity of which %.•as established by thin-layer chromatography, gas chromatography, and PMR. Recrystallization from 1,2-dichioroethane provided white needles of melting point 74.5-75° (corrected); (ref. 10. :a- 6°). Analysis: calculated OCH3, 17.25"r; found, 17.1"'°. The PIs4R spectrum agreed with publishfd data (11). Ultraviolet (UV) spec•truut in rJ3"o ethanol 292 r.rtt, c- 5.55 X 103; 262 nm,E=1.95X104. Coniferyl alcohol 11.7 g(tJ.45 mmol)l and 80 mg of perox- idase (EC 1.11.1.7, Type il, Sigma, St. Louis, Mo.) were dis- _.entvFd . in diHl mi nf rtoonct.x1 e.v4-.n nr•ncnn+l.._l+nffar rnllL_.__~. a e c~Ir~~n n.i~ol~
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50251 0765 i lvwxat of Ab.a.net Prycbolo[r 1965, Vol. 70. No. 4, 270-280 80 II Ey-81 LOOKING, RECALLING, AND GSR AS A S. P. FUNCTION OF DEFENSE I LESTER LUBORSKY, BARTOti `BLIhDER School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania AND JEAN SCHIMEK Downstate Medical Center, State University of New York 10 pictures were viewed for 10 seconds each, during which the eye fixations were photographed and GSR was recorded. An independent assessment was made for each of 16 Ss of the defenses of isolation and repression. We discovered that the defense of isolation was strikingly associated with venturing to look around more, and the defense of repression with looking around less: in contrast to repressors, isolators looked at the "ground" as well as the figure; they scattered their fixations and they made bigger jumps from I fixation to the next. Isolation was better than repression for the recall of sexual content. No strong trends emerged from correlations of GSR and defense ratings. Some looking measures correlated significantly with standard Rorschach scores. The findings seem con- sistent with results for cognitive styles as well as with •clinical understanding of the defenses. Not much is known about whether defenses is not the locus of defense, but rather I entail altered sense organ reception of cxternal form of presentation into awareness. If stimulation, although there is much consensus could get adequate measures of defenses a n thg delenseyin,@ve;~hatQed awareness of measures of sensory operations, we could lc internal stimuli, i.e., thoufthts and feelincs. A into this auestion.
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!.at~"+GG~ ' 1 "CVwa.a.c.ui IR3 ~~ ~ JOURNAL OF THE !RRlGATlON AND DRAINAGE D1V1S10N io/(3) tt/s 7 L/ Me~7ss.p. FATC OF•IMASTFIVATER 42,FIiORL'S IN cOII '~ f Carl G. Enfirld l anoert'~.3led4;i. 7 The fate of applied phosphorus is one factor ..•hich must bC con`idered when designing or operating a land application w,lstc"ater treatment system. It is essential that the phosphorus concentration entering surface waters be sufficiently low to avoid degradation of aquatic systems and to avoid causing an accelerated eutrophication rate. Two facets of the ovcrall phosphorus problem must be considered. First. without considering the addition of phctsphorus by wastewater wnr.l; roti..n t. t.at r.•ci.~nat nitn:nf~ftrttC rnn^rntr.lrinn Wl1Uld /lrH: ilntJCtnJtC IA o n o I 7 0 2 1 a f
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. 8ungarian Journal of Industrial Chemistry Veszprgm Vol. 4. Suppl. pp. 73-78 (1976) COMPUTER ALGORITHM FOR THE DETERMINATION OF THE STRUCTURE OF CHEMICAL COMPOUNDS .M;" ;,~~~CIU.~R£ and B. NOVAK** :~,• ' (*Research Institute for Technical Chemistry of the Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Veszpr6m **VeszprEm University of Chemical Engineering, Veszpr6m) The compounds increases number of possible structural formulae of containing a given number of atoms usually to a large extent with the increased number of atoms and methods becomes thus their increasingly determination by manual difficult. '_ An algorithm developed for the construction of structural formulae by computer is shown. The main procedures of a computer algorithm are then discussed and following an analysis of the results, the possibi- lities of application and further development are also ts , ~~ ~ n (,out~ined. ^ X, 7
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i QP 1893- ~~ Tiis statistics of bioassay, with special raference to the B vitamins. New York, Academic Yress,1952. 445--t328 p. Illus. 24 cm. "Repr[rted, with additions. frnm Vitamin methods, volume u:" Includes bibliograpby. ^ 1. Vitamins. 2. Biological assay. z. Title. -RS190. v-&B55 ~- 612.015072 Library of Congress 131 !.a~MaJIlRr•1r/~tr' f a 0 4 4'
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50251 0771 A 1 X 1~ Kn 4Utl101' r YwPpe P~tcr 11. /1i?D'r0Tt ~~ IF: lLPAIA° G:.CF.FC'!'TL 5MZ.:?':~11, by Petce Charles ?i=.c,lsel Blias ar4 H21YrsE2C W;'.7 lt3o •y:~0 v0 a~.~i+~ra~.'2L4txy 1.191 Ob. 10) 9.:v42 tE=pgi1 o I n n n n 1 7 7- o 5
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50251 0776 46 --- _.._- _. ___.._______.....-_:............_ TOBACCO--ADVERTISINGf RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 XI B1 *(no aff9.1.)* ~ , EFFECTS OF ADVERTISING ON CIGARETTE AA'D AhCOHOLIC BEVERAGE CONSU.iPTIO;~. Med. Jour, Aust. 2 (No. 12) 493-94, (1975Y''(in English).. i *1975, No. 22, W . 8021* *d* Tobacco economics: .n n n i o~ n
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~ Bll 50251 o'I6Qi QSt~3`.~~,iJ. ii ] (1967) ~~[1.lJI1A.~.~J~\j'~j.~. ~S~ f~f ~:F 1~VlTL~~.IM~T'w~FiA ,~i'YIM ~W] SFIMiBLT.iJsi IN Tfili RAT E,:p. Cell Res, 46 (iia. 1) h4--s11- (1967) ! 0 3 q '
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50251 0782 i 81 II Mo Mount Sinai Jour, of Medicine 48(3) 274--276 (Iq81) RADIOLOGIC NOTES BY SItOCH"AND DECK (Case histories~Lung diseases) 6
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TISSUES--•CLTLTUI`.E f. _ Proc. W. Va. Acad. Sci 45(2)163 (1973) . - t 75 M B1. . Nicotlana g/auca in Ttssue Culture -coa,-1d-F: sraydes , fo- i Department of Biology, West Virginia University Morgantown, West Virginia 26506 Abstract Previous work from this laboratory resulted in a medium suitable for the culture of Nicotiana glauca. Subsrquent study also showed that a cytokinin, in this case kinetin, was not required for eontinuous culture but that an auxin was. The medium used for stock cultures is Afiller's 1965 modified lti'hite's medium minus kinctin. The medium contains (mg/1):K112PO4, 300; 1:.\O3, 1000; N11aNOj, 1000; Ca(N03).41120, 500; A1gSO4:71120, 71.5: KCL, 65; \1nSO4.411:0, 14.0; H3B03, 1.6; Cu(NO3).81120, 0.35; , (NH4)6%1070:4.4Ii20, 0.10; mcso-inositol, 100; nicotinic acid. 0.5; pyridoxine•11CL, 0.1; • thiamine 1ICL, 0.1; ruphthalencacetie acid, 2.0; sucrose, 30,000; Bactoag-.tr, 10,000. Miller observed certain different effects of the various auxins on tissue eultures. In the present study we compared growth of .4'icotinana glauca on the four auxins 2.4 dichloro- phenoxyacetie acid, napthalene acetie acid, indoleacetie acid and indole-butyrie acid. Napthalcneacetic acid and 2,4 dichlorophenoxyacctic acid produced more growth of the tiuue culture according to fresh weight cstimatec of the growth of the culture. No growth occurred on medium containing either indule acetic acid or indulebutyrie acid. A eompari- t+on of a series of concentrations of 2,4 dichluroNhenoxyacctie acid showed that the maxi- mum growth occurs at a lower concentration of 2.4 dichlurophcnoxyacetie acid than of napthalcne acetic acid. •Supported in put by American Cancet Sotietv Inal4utional Gru.t... 0 1 r) 0 n (0) 1 7 0 0 Al
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50251 0777 - . i 7R Yt nd 78 S.P. ,, .`. 1- RJR CLASS NO. P:~.SPiiLET 78 `.I_Adl-78 s.;.. *(no affil.)* PRIME PROSPECT PROFILE OF READERSIiIP OF AUSTP.ALTAN NEWSPAPER AND MnGAZ'.'•FS (1973-1978), Mc\air, Anderson) Australias Tnternal Report (1978) (in Lnp,lish) *Abstr. in: Med. Jour. Aust, 2(ro, 1) 30, 32 (July 1, 1978)* Special reference to smoking and health controversy. Prohibition of cigarette advertising on Australian T.V. and radio and concomitant increase of cigarette advertising in Australian print media. ~ I~(~ n o 1 7 0~ I
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50251 0733 i Vz Re -77 S,y, 9. )NITRIC OXIDE EFFECTS ON LUNG STRUCTURE AND RLOOD OXYGEN AFFINITY IN RATS/ ACTION DU NO SUR LE TISSU PULMONAIRE t , ET SUR L'AFFINITC DU SANG POUR L'OXYGENE CHEZ LE RAT E. Azoulay', P. Soler . "; NI.C~B1ayo.'', F. Qasset" /3ull. curop. Plfysinpalh. resp., 1977, 13, G29-` 4,. ABSTRACT ..:~, I'NO tnonth-ohl \Vimar rnt% wcrr cxfws_d co,ttinuou~ly for six tr,:rl.t• rithcr to 2.0 = 0.1 ppm nitri.: uxid: INO1 mixctt humu::rn.uu,ly ttith air (or trsl.• or Iu umhirnl ;iit (or luntrols. Ox)Itimutluhin .li%.o:i;ilion :tirvr (Ot)(')• ctythrocylic %arijhlr., ntcthcmu,rluhin t IAIc111h) conrcntraliun antl tun ,auctur~, patlicubrl)• through clrrtrun mirtoscopy .uittirs, / ' %r"c im'cait:atrtl c:uh wcr{. of capo.urc. 'fbc; hcnto_,Iohin affinity for uxvptn was not moJifirtl, proh;ihly a. ;t result of hoth p!i • stnJ ?.1•ttipho,phod)'t'crUr 1'-.l UI'Ci) ,tahility. Atorco%cr \Iclllb torm:ition tt'a% not (wintl in t:taIctl r:uti. I hr fett tihi;ttitructwal aIt.•ratittns fowvJ itntler c1rcUon microsrup) may not ~ prot•c NO•intluietl .inr;.- they wcrc fuwtJ sintilarly in buth ctoup.. SliEht rtnpliy.cn ,itott. clran):cs wrtr (tni;ttl unly in I I4n1-thicl .crlion% uf I1mg% Irum NO-Uralctl rtt%. Air pollnlit,n ; hluutl u.t_t;t•cn cuf/inily ; hatg hislalugy ; nitric o.cidc• ; rul.c. () () . 0'; i~ I 0 `l~ 0 Cl 7
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50251 0775 i 14343 FEBRUARY 1979 EE1 II Me5-79 S.P. JOURNAL OF . THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERfNG DIV{SION MONITORING AREAWIDE RURAL WATER QUALIT'Y ny Lariy F. BUveni'Frank J. Humenik,2 M. ASCE. Fred A. Koehler; and Michael R. Overcash' IrrtnoournoN Assessment and regulation of sources impacting water quality over an entire river basin are complex problems. Major components that contribute to an understanding of the physical system include: (1) Relative contribution of point sources and nonpoint sources; (2) impact of land-use activities; (3) effectiveness of best management practices; and (4) cause and effect relationships between measurable water quality parameters and subsequent biological impact. River basins often have a large number of rural nonpoint inputs, i.e., subbasins, so complete spatial and temporal coverage of streams draining these sources is impractical. Fortunately, statistical theo provides valid techniques to estimate the m~n agi va~.nce`.fron3randonly~ele~d measurements. Statistical sampling designs for nonpoint sources that account for both the spatial and temporal variations require: (l) A sampling _unit_definition with_a li.uinr c,f all nn«oht. 0 c
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e ~' BrTNI~''RqA` '°AXD 'tVIUSCLE" TENSION ~ 80 II Ey-81 S.P. By I RENE MARTIN ; Institute of Ps},chialr},, London THE present paper will deal with eye blink frequency and its relationship to scores on "personality" questionnaires and to frontalis and right forearm ~ muscle tension measured electromyographically. This analysis forms part of a larger experiment with the main aim of investigating levels of muscle tension in four groups-{i) introverted neurotics, (ii) extraverted neurotics, (ilf) extra- ~ rerted normals and (iv) introverted normals-Auring relaxation and while responding to a series of questions about neurotic symptoms. Two problems are involved. First, it is a common clinical impression that ~ a high blink rate is present in states of anxiety. Meyer (12) suggests that blink , rste is facilitated in anxious subjects by their characteristically widespread muscular activity. In fact, there is no direct experimental evidence on this point. Meyer, BabricJc and Fitts (13) obtained no significant correlation ~ bet~e nf~ aornial kilequfncy~pf nkiqg a d the Taylor Manifest Anxiety Scale (using ~ bjeCts). / ~ •'t ~
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50251 0778 78 XI Adl-78 S.P. .~. x.. * no ~ i`i 2'; * Pi;IN~T READERS}iIP ANA Med. Jour. Austr. 2, SIk: H.i.ru•c (if thc phe.in_- out of r.idin I and Iclciii.run .idwrtianc rf cic.ucttcs. print I mcdia mdwru•inc rf cir.urttc% hn% crn.c- >cyurntI) rncrr.i.ed it, rrl.iu%c ad.crtivng intpottancc. It :ihr.•.u!, h;rLin.•nt thrr.Gar ~ tc+ ci,aminc •omc rrlmunu.hih, hcn~i.n print , RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 70 XI Ad1-78 s. CIGARETT:: USAGE. - Letter, 30, 32 (Julv 1,, 1978) (in English) mcdia rcjdcr.hip and cirarette u.aEc mcr l Ihc fxriod From 1973 tto 147K. Onh u..iEc I ncvnu%jgc (not intcn,ity of u..i,rc or hrand' u.aFc) is di.cu.xd here. Rcrrc.cntati% c +amplcs of ahout 10000 Au.tralian> aced 1 3 ; .caro and nvcr (cxcludinF the `:nrthcrn i Tcrritnry) .+crc madc avJlLahlc hy Alchair Andcnnn frorn their Prime Prcn~ct Profile j for txaminaticm for cach of the fi%c \car. 1 ;;? Cl I~ n n t1 17 0
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M 50251 0788 . 10rganosulfur Compounds F A ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Ilarcourt Brace fovanoviclt, Publishers oi nn nn CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--REACTION rf:C}IANISMS/ SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC--REACTIONS/ This is Volume 37 of VORGANIC CHEMISTRY A series of monographs/ k Editors: ALFRED T LOMQUIST and HARRY I-LttiVASSERMAN ~4~eaclions Dapnrtrarnt of Chemistry University of Missouri-St. Louis St. Louis. Missouri of 1 e
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U:' Q!, 1 U U U U i~, _ _ _----- o I • ddnSl ~t 'to~ewa~ud 1.66-1~8 t o ,r •Q x~oLQ d ,~., 3iiT59bNV •~.auux3 •H 'S `?~ C~us 51~ cl AA 8 Su'lonN,L21YA3 3Ny ~~ 4 NL3W 3~idwIS V 'lY04I ,~0 N011.YS1'1 98L0 LSZOS ~ (G°Ibl)£T3 ~ II ~:
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. sn2Si n777 . INSECTS--C4NTR'CL/ ,rOf /JUr,uo>.~ .~i~Ant e ~~~~~ Si2 - Sis-'~C~Gr+¢ ~s 7y) ~. - • Damaging Populations ofvlllisaus leucopterus hirtust The Use of Temperature Accumulntions,nnd Semtential Sarnpling in Predictii 79' II Lf / / 9-Z/- oC~ H. ). LIU AND F. L. McEWEN artmcnt of Environm iv 1lk t l Bi l U it f G d h G l h O i C ,~. O p en a o ogy, n ers y o u p , ue p , ntar o, anada NIG 2W1 \~x~ ~ ABSTRACT ~ Environ. Entixnol.8: 312-513(t979) au v ost-dia e d l t i Bli l p p s c c opmcn n ssus eucopterus hirius was marked by oogencsis in overwintered females. Its temperature threshold was established as 7°C. Scqucn- tial sampling and chemical applications were timed from a knowledge of day degrees accu- mulated above this threshold to the peak in numbers of 3rd-instar nymphs. The sequential sampling scheme was developed to identify injurious infestations of B. I. hirtus and to rec- ommend or advise against chemical treatment. It was based on the size of the population of 3rd-instar nymphs, sampled at their peak, in relation to 2 critical densities. This stage of the insect conforms to a negative binomial distribution with a common k of 0.401. The system proved effective, both in timing and accuracy of prediction, when put into practice on 33 lawns in Guelph, Ontario. The hairy chinch bug, Blissus leucopterus hirtus with the threshold for initiation of post-diapause devel- Montandon, has caused severe damage to sod farms, opmeot. Oogenesis in overwintered adults marked this golf cot~ s, and homeowner wnsshroughout southern point (Liu 1978). I On~arion tn rec~ent ty ears ~(Got~e 19~1, 1972,t"McEwen The rate of development and its lower thermal thresh- 1973). The insecticides diazinon, carbaryl and chlorpyr- old were determined by examining the ovaries of female a t
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50251 075 The Gomznon Origin of Precordial Vibrations 80 II Ey-80 S.P. * CLARENCE M. AGRESS, M.D., F.A.C.C., STANLEY %'VEGNER, -DANI&3. Bt.EIFER, )t.D., ALFRED LtNDSEY, JOHN VAN HOUTEN, KENNETH SCHROYER and HARLEY M. ESTRIN, M.D. Los Angeles . c 10 W ILLIA&t HARVEY' in 1628 was the first to recognize the systolic origin of the apex beat, but it was not until. 1839 that James Hope- providcd the first expcrimental proof that the apex beat was caused by the transmission of cardiac forces to the chest wall. In 1878 the first graphic registration was made by the Marey capsule' HISTORICAL DEVELOPMENT These initial and all subsequent efforts to record precordial movements have had three primary aims: (1) To afford visual representation of audible h,:art sounds for accurate timing and documentatio.i of stethoscopic findings. (2) To recerd mbaud:ble rre• quencies (below 30 c.p.s.) where the clinician has only his tactile sense for perccption. (3) To develop a method for evaluating the Einction of the heKt. ' Du4ingr1tt-esa^65 1(2tars bf inyectig~ttion`,~'vectnajor ... Amer. Jour. Cardiology 13 226-31 (1964) constrictive pcricarditis, bundlc branch block and cardiac aneurysm. Recently, Bcnchimol and Dimond" studied the apcxcardiogram after a double two-step exercise test. The a wave was found to double in amplitude in patients with coronary artery disease but changed little or not at all in normal subjects. The large a wave is due to atrial contraction and reflects an in- creased left ventricular resistance to filling. The ap- pearance of this wave was fclt to be definite evidence of coronary disease. In 1953 Eddleman et al.6 described the kineto- cardiogram, a method which recorded low frequency (0 to 30 c.p.s.) precordial movements by means of a mctal rod air-coupled to a piezo-elrctric transducer. Lot•, frequency tracings had also been recorded by Johnston and Overyi7 in 1951 with a Sanborn electromanomcter and in the same year by Luisada and Aiagri.w Eddlcman et ai.tthavc made many usc- ful observations with this technic and have sum-
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50251 0791 :>e Alcol,oiism, iis faccts andd phrssa tby] Marvin A. B1oc1;, ~ J V ~ T ~ -' R evc Yi.rs, Jonr. Day Co. E1965i 82D y. 22 cm. Bibliooraphical Poatnotes. ! i RA ~ 776 Blocic; 1Vht.~tin=A, I 1. Temperance. 2. Alcvholism. z. Tltlo. HV5035.B63 ~, 613.8 65---18751 ~. ) Library of Congress ~. J I65Q7I -. . . -...,..,... ~.. -.-• . ~~ ...~-.. •- , () I n 0 n0 1 / 0 4 5
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50251 0780 -j'c"'w~''-~~w ~ : :. + r• ^ ~ •.. _ d: .i. . t'.L'.~i.P.r~':r..~ -...~. ••p L~Kale/ele/ 1~3~ 2t0xSr.:r, .i::Ym ::.°:asa:z, a;.d Davxd ~~ijf;:,t:rs. (RL'3!; r~• CnttSed out c~ t':e:: ror .; July 1967 ~ . Itidgaflnld, 0f_...: ~ I n t1 n c) 1 7 D :!7-1 4.
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50251 0792 TAlS~~~~r~ uchatd::~it5sc p~+s 19. It- ~,~gsig,i r 'I'lic nmiito ')ci'l cwillx,,itirni of proteit,s ancl fou<I,; Mieal r:zetlio;l: aw! results, by RieLurcl .i. Iiloc•?c aud I)i:u!.i i I3ollin(r. °d ed. sl,rin-fielcl, 7;1., '1'ltomtts 11:)5l1 ~x~~3t1, ~~(3 p. illus., group port. 2; cm. F:It,lio$r1j)t,y: p. 502-570. 1. Ar.lino acids. °. Proteins. i. Bollfng, Diana, Ir,int author. 51-93i1:, QI)I-JLIIi i, h:i1 641.12 Library of Con, ress \~ 15^x7l 0 1 0 0 f1 0 1 7 0 A 6
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50251 0800 101) ?81 Jo Block Copoly:aerE, No. 26 i Journal of Pnl)rxer Scicace, °t. C Polyucr Syripoiia, No. 2, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, I`1) 1A65-67)(-b' a0 1 Z i) a-.x (~r,~- ),~3(Pr+- ),.2 4~ :3,a[, Iuter3c± ence (Wf iey) Neu Yo: k 0 f o I n n n o 1 7 07 4
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~~.16 „ 50251 0785 __. . ~,,.,_.,..>._ ~ _.. _...... .. ...._. .,~^ VI Ta 73 TOBACC0--M0lSTLTP•I:/ TOBACCO--ll?:Y7?;G/ ; 3- . F.3}; CLASS NO. VI T<;,3--73 . ~ (Wi.J.h. Q: cnstt•r, :;4~ chine.r.tabri4c, Colc,z t e, Ccr.) ~ UU'•! t:: Bn~ •CCO) CJ..t ~ •~ , , ,..kl.i~•G DIFI: .rF.;'.~:'T EV: ~•. ,(:Ui:?'iO:I .,a~c. L G OF TO ~ i SYSTE.•iS. i 4•(Aic von l'_bal•: nit Vcrschi^denen Bv:>!,vatior.r-Syste:.cn. J { Tabak-l:c1lo,uiUt., XV, i'aper, 1i p., Co1o~.ne, Ger. (~:.y 21-25, 1.973) (f:~ j Gerc:an) ~ i i i *1973, .:^. 13, 5_3u7}: *i.n* __ , i Tcbr•.c_^~-, facti,re: ~ Q ~ t~-ono
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50251 0781 74 ITI Re . ' • ' :opa~rLL OF CAT.tiLYBIS 13, 235--2G0 (1rG9) S.P. On the State of Ammonia in the Adsorbed Phase ~.; V. I. IiVLIVID'GE,* R. A. 'I3P, ANITS,t V. F. KISSELEV,* A\D r ^ i From the *Stale L%nirersily of iloscou~, Fncully of Physios, Moscow, U.S.S.R., and the tlnslitute of General and Inorganic Chemistry, Rulgr.riou Acadtmy of Scienccs, Sofia, Bulgaria Received NIarch 19, 1068; revised September 10, 19ci8 The 'NMIt spectra of ammonia adsorbed on silica gel treated at 200° and 700°C and on zeolite (\a\) heated at 77-300°K have been studied. The dependence of the line width and the second raomcnt on coverage has been measured. It has been shown that the sur- face of silica gel i, inhomogeneoucand ammonia adsorption proceeds on difrerent t)pcs of centers. The phase transition with melting has been observed on \lh adsorbed on zeolite at Ta-- 145°K (i.e., below the melting point of ammonia). The causes for the decrease in the melting point are considered. INTRODUCTION tions of the zeolite-1rater nnd silica gel- ....G..1~..._ -- ~_Tt~ , ~ r G I n f> n ~ 17 0
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;. .__ 50251 0798 i #g Studies of the aging of flue-ci:red cigarette leaf tobacco. State College, Fa., 1942. Thesis (Ph.D.) 1942. Iv;icrofilm. 0 0 1 0 .1 ~ t~ #~ 0 7 2.`
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50251 0794 A-St* r~c1~5~~r~~ ~J~~ I310rJ~ i~t+*t;~rd"`J'A~e~h; $906- The deicrtnin::tion of ihe amino acids. by Ri.chard J. I3iac'; ... and :?i..ns I?ollinb ... IIPv. cd. \Iinnenpolis, 1lfinn.,l3urgess publishinb co., c1910. I p. 1., xl, 53 nur7li. 1. incl. 2 taL. ~ 1 fold.) plates. 21J cm. Reproduced froas type-written copy. Bihliograph,r• at end of chapters i-ie; cbapter x, ".Miscellaneous references on uwino acids" : leaves 5t;-53. 4 1. Amino aeids. i. Bolling, Diana, joint author. u. Title. ~ QD271~L58 -19-10 543.8 Library of Congress 152n1l .~..,..._..~-,......,.-....,... .._ ._..~-.._._.-._._.___- ,> . ._..~-_ .., _ 41-11F58 0 1 7 0 6 P,
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A 50251 0795 r-D i" #~ichartl `Jbseph;' 19UG- a manual of paper cln•oinatog:•arhy nnLl paper electro- phoresis tby, 1 Richard J. Block, Emmett L. I)urruni ,sndl Gunter'Gweir, with the cooperatioa of l.ayiuond Le Str:up', I V, instol: 11. Win-erd, ^nd liathr,rn IV. «"eiss. [?d ed.l Se•s 1 ork, Academic PresS, 19.55) 4-"-" 4&f p. illus. 2-4 cm. Yu,nbltshed In 1952 under title: Paper chromatogruphy. Bibliobraphy : p. d1('L441. 1. Cltrontatogr;iphic analysis. 1. Title: Paper chron:atogral'hy and paper electrophoresis. ii. Z1itle: Paper electroF'.:ore.is. QD271.B59 1955 ~ 544.9 54-1`?7'S Library of Congre.Gs 0 ! n 0 nn 1 7 0eo) 9
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1!, PR0D;"L~r'.ICS/ . CLt.btTLOS1: ACETATE F'.E'tT3hArdI?S/T~),~TTTi:~lT~ES/ 74 III Fr . THE PROPERTIES OF ~r't;TrR Iit CAPILLARY SYS7'c:::S M. A. Frc:nner, PS. Shporer, E. Loebel, and~'R~:Bloch <d September, 1970 H Y~'~~ Frs , E,'we"; research in f7yd-rou',lilamics i 50251 0784 HYD?;OCtAU'I'ICS, Incorpcratec: TECHiiICAL REPOaT 7001-I Prepared for Office of ;1a•ra1 Research Washington, 1). C. Under Contract ho. :i00C`14-70-C-001Q yR 051-503 ~.a.a.rw .. NATIONAL 1ECHNICAL INFC+RMATION SE.tVICE I 0 • t;esezrch, c,nsoltilr, vd In ti;e fie'-ds et rl1N,S[ as6 1'rIDUSIr?ihs O;fices VJ lahr,;iorp in t1e 15'ashiqlou, D. C. arca: Pia"rIl S:hocl r',a4 6r+sard Caosty. Lurcl, Mi i {': ,-- :....~-~.vo t-*,'N I
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III Du2-79 S.P. SUMMARY 50251 0767.h Research Program on „ EFFECT OF I?LUOROCAR.IiONS ON ".TIJ? 11'I-1•41oSPJJI:RL: Sponsored by: The I'luorocarbon Industry Prepared by: T'rank A. I3ox;Yer Hillel miagid J. Richard Soulen Richard B. Ward Distributed by: Manufacturing Chemists Association 1825 Conneci;icut Avenue, N. W. Washington, D. C. 20009 (Originally Issued: September 26, 1975) ~ Revision No. 7: July 31, 1977 ffe `t7 ~ ~ t (a0 n'0 ! 7 or~ t
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50251 0793-34h QD 431 B 13lo+ck; Mtlv*-rdzJasF-ith, 190G-- Aniino acid hawlLook; methods and re,ult., of protein analysis. With the cooperation of Kathryn IV. «'ciss. With contributions by IIermnn J. Almquist t:?i:d others; Springfield, lll., Thomas I19;,G1 3£G p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliooraphy. 1, Proteins. 2. Amino acids. i. Title. tiD431.B733 1950 547.8 5G-9101 i Llbrary of Congress ~ 1A o s t1 ~ R0 1 7 0 6 7
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50251 0801 I Wi- 72 S.P. i :._.~_ . - - .:~..~:~ - - ...._~ .~;...,...:. - ..:.._._. ~....r......~_::..:.a:~... --,~.~,. _ ~ .. 1970 SUS OP HOUSING ssued September 1971 Statistics .-WINSTON=SAtEN1;'"ro.'+0:"-URBANfZEO-•AREA-, --- ' i . GONTENTS : I TABLES List of HC(3) Block Statistics Reports Introduction :Facsimites of Questionna;ne Page and Respondent Instructiona 1 Characterlstics of Housing Units and Population, for Places of 2,500 InhabRants or More: 1970 2 Characteristics of Housing Units and Population, by Blocks: 1970 Maps identifying the blocks covered herein are inNuded in or accompany this report. _ ----"-----..~~ . ~~. _r,..,,,......,..~...,..-t--.~.L3..,....f...~ ~y-°.-.•,h--_ ...,. .,.; _ . U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE BURUIU OF THE CENSUS a
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TP 50251 0797 ~ 990 Author) La P D D~- DI ,It'IVD::TIO:+, STERILY ZATI0:3, A_Ib °iti:SEhv :TT0:d, by C. A. 2..scrmca, ind S. S. EYock ZGSS 003 Pabes Lca rzud F::aiEcr PhlIf:delphA& Qi r1 n n il 1 7 0Y {
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50251 0804 A ~'J3k~ltne~da2.:~a~`~ f Zone 'elecLropho!rsis in blocks and colunias. .1.msterdam, New York, E1srv:er Pub. G>.; [sole disrributors for the U. S.: American Elsevier Pub. Co., iiew Ycrkl 1J(i3. 210 p. t11us. -10 cm. (Eis;~cier mouograpi;s, 28. Chemistry sec- tton ) Inciudes bibiiogrspLy. 1. Zone electrophorests. QDSGLBG.". Library of Conrreis 547.137 151 6 3-8402 j ~ 9 0 1 c~ 0 0 0 1 y 0 7V
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50251 0811 , i . HoN marry taste foste.i`s? Communi._at~orrs 169 173~-78 L]955a• Phetost8t from: 1Ja7. erstac~r. kahora ' ~ tl A (I a 1 7 0 R S• . a
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50251 0814 OLYVINYL CHLORIDE/. ./Al,K1Lll. et~.~u, av.......•+.....~..•. OLYVINYL ETHERS/RESINS, SYNTHETIC/ i ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. 29, Editors: Alfred T. Blomq4sq ~ & Harry H. Wasserman QD ; 281 Sa 1977 .~ • . , Volume II Stanley R. Sandler PENNWALT CORPORATION KING OF PRUSSIA. PENNSYLVANIA Wolf Karo HUNTINGDON VALLEY. PENNSYLVANIA ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary ojHarcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers • . . .. 0 ~ [) Q n o I ~ 0'f} 1977 C
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50251 0810 RC 261 A Akademfta nieditsinskikh nauk SSSR, Moscow. Insiitut eksperinn.cntal'noi patologii i terapii rak-a. Problems of etiology ... (Card 2) Institutes of Health, Library, Russian Scientific Translation Program, 1959~ a-c, 372 p. Illus., diagrs., tables. 26 cm. Includes bibiiobraphical references. 1. Tlmofeevskii, Alekszndr Dmitrlevich, 1&S7- 2. Cancer---Col• lected works-Translations from Itussian. i. Blokhin, Nikoiai Nikolaecich, ed. u. 1'oposianfs, E. E., ed. ni. Title. IiC2G1A14 1959 "' 616.994 60-602G4 Library of Congress U t5t e 0 1In r) n. o i 1 0 ;11 4-
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s0n1 0773 _,~...~.._....-~.,o.__._.~.o._. _ ......__ .... Y. , ~._.....~__.___~__._.__._.__._._._,..._~...,.._....._.._.......__._..~~..,._.,~.... ,__ - XX Y•eF-li-710-=73 . . . packaqinn. The important area of unit packaging in . Packaging P.cviek, England 92(12) 4G,4S,50-S1(1972) ~ As a packaging medium for pharmaceuticufs, blister packs have in recent years been gaining steady momen- tum. However, they are still not z-.s w:dely used as they could be by any means. This article tak-:~s a look at sofne of tite characteristics and techniques of blister . : institutions is examined. able. The use of blister packaSing simprifies stock taAine ar.d reduccs srace requirements to a tciativciy low volume of ra:.teral storage aod a set of machine change parts. Other res:ating eumo- mics ir.: uze thc eiimination of storag,° orsccor.dary eor,!.:incs in pharntacirs, thc countin;, of pruduc•ts frotn bulk and the lahGng , of sc•cnnJary containers. rsiutcr racks can be fabricated either automatically ty form- . Si.!-scal+n~ ffonl two wcbs uv u.t: rnachu.e, or by serti-aoto:natic equip::!cnt with recl or shcct fcd hliitcrs arid a scparate hGd;r•.e +:nit. 1 t,rr: arc various ty;-,c of b!ictcr packa:tin; c:ac`;irv_s. aithou.:f' they all work on b.:ntc hai!c prin:it tc ol ::::c p:r:as an liniI f,lm to soften it so that it ean he moulJed. Some maci,ir~s er::p:c.y ~s*~ ~ n n 1 70 A 7 INCR.f 1S \O NltA Vrr: A Alr1: IXrpot,ur11V\ to an arti:lc ahout a pzcl.agin; m<•ur+-m v. tit: h o: :rs 2s m: ;~ n.,: rit: as blutcr peckag:ng. ExUcnury Rrkai rr,otccuon pro,ert~ci, cconomy of praJuction, vhx a;.pcal ar.J c„i.cnicnce for th: user arc juu sorn; of the aJsant.Se: of the bl:a,r pack. 11.1; ;mm.lc dcals s;ti:rr.cailY +,i.h tht t!•stcr p:tcl:.-'r. ;.ir pharmaccutc::.!i, an area w•Frre fr, duct and pu: tbuiy Fo rn tand" e•:.! u::c whictr is raru:ularly eacitin^, since Crcre h room for a fuw;c c,.pansion of arp!,(atrons in t.e FU.F:. In cm is the s, v: unrt duic a ecrtamly ba,come %irruzlty uoiwrs:.l in )cara to comc in our hos- a
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50251 0817 RJR CLASS NO. TCXTE~Ot]K OD 476 Wi i973 TrGihanovsky,W,S. (ed. ); (ed. ); ktasserMan,H. (ed.); OXIDATION IN pRGAiVIC CHEMISTRY. PART. Et. Organic Cheroistry, A Series of Monoqrapha,Vol. 5. AcadeMic Press.New York, NY.7:3. (TN s E:NG. ) ISN = 4468 0 I n o n o 1 7 o 9 1
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50251 0769 ....• .. _ . .,. • . .. ...... _-,~.•u:•. . ...:r:.:... . •-..: V :' ' r c~~i , I' . F. i 2Li? CL1,S:, .;G. I'1;`t: iit.11:T 7~ V7 31 Y(llo ~i~i-i..~~ , C:>A..,.1C;'_ iJ; TTCF, OF ,..;' E1rtiI T1': i'.FFC,. ''Tz~tf:'.`:FSS Or )T5 •~ 3), `: ~ ' . : ~c•'r~" , A ~. . Ft`C):•t Ti:c• :'.P: 'i it':C AI ii !Ji' fif: , i': 1.1 i:i6 L , r Gis. Tr. Vrof. Zabol. 15 (:,o. 4) 2,--31- (J.971) (ir, Russi.2rn with En~lisn Sumtnary Uata cirrivclt tronl an analysis o( the composition. t:I1ci5• stfllctl1r:11 7ltllt Illo'pIIU!Ur!Ic: ! tP:,tllrCi : lilt Jpc`itrllra ol the (jC:s:, alt0^gy wltll the }t\'i ICn:C ;1<jt'>1111Cnt UI t ll' E tll'~i11'Cllt'i: p( , tllt in9 units ~r~d }~neunlatic. o( thr Iraf and cut tobacco are reported. L973, i~o., l, Sd 3&^ ^d' Tobacco :::-111:>,.r.actorc (:a^dicir,e; : .~ -„ 5 a `? 0 n
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~...,...v.-....~..~_,_.. i_..._ ...... . . . _ _ . 50251 0796 .-..~:..A6 ~ I~1SS~nq_ ; QD -j ~ 271 1'aper chro:uato-t aphy, a laLoratory mariual, by Richard B) J. Bloe.i;, l.ay-nlt,l:d j.a Siranra, ^nd Guater Zweig. \er ~ York, Academic :'re:s,1:95?. ~~ C- 195 p. illus. 2-1 cm. Inciudes bibliography. i a Jc.~ 1. Chrumatoe •aphic analSsis. i. Title. QD2 i 1M2 544.9 52-9358 t ~ Library of Congress 1531210, ..._.~,~........~,.~.,~..., ,.,.:. i 3 1 0 n n 0 1 70 7 0'
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~ 50251 0783 : " ...v1.,~1:._,. __.__..-.. ._.a.4.....-_v.:.:.._...J...a~.,.n...dw_.. _,_..,__i.. i~_.:.o.a~.._-~~... .. . _. _ .. _ ...._.~~~....._..,.r....,., ~._...-...z . XX "teF-11-731-7G* . 2Ectals & Materials 6 (2)9O-4>iO2-3(197') Meek for nunnint;ton The continuous easting of strip has aroused Caster type A. which produces noa- particular interest in the alun:inium coilable strip of approximately 20 nun industry, principally on account of the thicl:ness. u'ithout interrnediate cooling prosptcts it offers of reduced fabrication the strip is hot formed irnmediately after cost for sheet and foil. In spite of this, casting, normallv down to 6-7 mm at hou•ever not much is known about the which gauge it can be coiled. Typical economics of strip-casting processes s•i:-a- examples of this system are the strip rir those of the conventional hot rolling casters of Hazclett, Hunter-Douglas, and process. The objective of this paper is to Swiss Aluminium Ltd. (.aiisuisse Caster examine two types of strip casting process II). The moulds of the Iiazclctt Caster applicable to aluminium foil ar.d sheet are formed by steel b:lts, those of the production; to compare them with the Hur.ter-Douglas caster and Alusuisse conventional production route, and to ex- Caster II bv se-mented tracks. One of the Flaia thcir advantagcs and disadvantages. Alusuisse Casters is shown in Fig. 1. Th: two basic types of continuous Caster type B. This ;}•pe produces casting process suitable for aluminium directly coalablc strip of approximatcly 6-7 , y. _~. ..T -hrl~l'~IAR._arl,. ~~-._~~ e~~~._rlllil-SI11Ci;nCSS..~Q(71131~~.I1`_:.e?St_SiIlQ-SS . . . . ....._.-_ +--~.....__~.-. ~._.•~ ~ D n1Q, uGQen~ G n~~d[ J-1, ; o~ , re 10 ,Z ~a~rr~aMM 061ED QCGQ ~L G120COU CWTY- CEIVOIDOLIf by E.- A. -f3loch~ and G. Thym with conventional cquipmcnt. T••pical examples of such casting machir.cs c.. those of Hantcr-F.ngincering, Coqt:i::ard. Harvey, and Sµ•iss' Aluminium I:; . (Alusuisse Caster I). The moulds cf ::Il o: these four easters are rotatirg roI's: the feeding direction of the liquid aluminic::-t. however, is dificrcr,t. Figure 2 shows a q•pical exampie of caster type B. Tl:L particular machine shown there, which his horizontallv-fed casting rolls, was aisc developed by Svriss Alum;nium Ltd. :t ik one of the two machines which l.nrc recently been installed at the ncw rcJu~ti: r. plant of Lcichunetall-Gcsclls,haft ra"-ii at Essen Gcrman . . . ~ . y . . _ a 0! o o n o 1 i o~ 7 F
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i 50251 0812 e THR SIS RESEARCH 21; 493-502. 198t 0049-3848/81/040493-10$02.00/0 r nice in t e USA. All rights reserved. Copyright (c) 1981 Pergamon Press Ltd HEPARIN AEROSOL - EFFECT ON BLOOD COAGULATION AND PULMONARY FUNCTION 81 II He s Margareta Hellgren, Kerstin HBgnevik and 'P{l~galeti''ifttir"'6ffio1t, Departments of Blood Coagulation Disorders, Clinical Thoracic Physiology and Anaesthe- siology, Karolinska Hospital, 104 01 Stockholm, Sweden. (Received 10.9.1980; in revised form 11,12.1980. Accepted by Editor U. Abildgaard. Received in final form by Executive Editorial Offire 16.3.1981) Heparin was administrated as an aerosol in amounts of 700, 1 300 . and 2 000 IU per kg body weight to 16 volunteers on 24 occasions. The concentration of heparin was registered with a chromogenic sub- strate method. An absorption of heparin via the lung was noted and the concentration of heparin was increased ( > 0.02 IU/ml) for 2-3 weeks after 15 inhalations. There was a wide variability in response with regard to concentration of heparin, thrombin time and activated partial thromboplastin time, No dose-response relation- ship was found. The level of antithrombin and platelet count were n O n ~~ai~1y ch}t18eQ' N6untoward effects or changes in pulmonary fune- io we e s~~n `7.
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~ 50251 0799 i CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--METALS/TERATOG~NICITY/ COPPER/MOLYBDENUM/MERCURY/CADMIU'~t/ VETERINARY TOXICOLOGY/ ./b1ETALS--TOXICOIAGY/LEAD--TOXICITY/SELENIUM--TOXICITY/ HAZARDOUS AND I-OXIC SUBSTANCES, A SERIES OF REFERENCE BOOKS & TER2F300KS / ,~ Series ed itor : .seyrtoux,S:~ ;B1ocR* 1 ~ ~ ~1231 ~ x u ~BY ~i~~ ~.~-. ~~j ~ oe ~~ ~ j~L"Il~ A` . J:~ llr ~J' 1978 ~1 IN TH'"E ENVIR®NMENT IN TWO PARTS Part 1 'ParLt 21 EDf TED B Y Frederick W. Oehjne Comparative Toxicology Laboratory Kansas State University Manhattan, Kansas MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Base! o to n no I!0 73
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50251 0813 i tJ CIiROMATOGP.APTIIC. A"IALvSIS--T0RACCO Sl'ox:E/ CITROrtATOGRAPTTIC ArIALYSIc--GAS CITP0MAT0(;RAPHY/ TORACCO + --S? .OY.F--A1dALYSIS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLi:T 77 VI B1 Blombe'rg; .L. '" (Univ. Stockholm, Dep. Anal. Chera.t Stockholm, Swed.)k GLASS CAPILLARY COLIMS FOR GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY. Univ. Stockholm, Ph. D. Thests, 36 p. (1976) (in English) Mentions tobncco^smoke. I This survey reports some improvements of the glass capillary ~eolumn technique. especially regarding inertness and stability ,of columns when applied to GC-analysis of sensitive organic' i compounds. Preparation of capillary columns are dealt with as well as instrumental aspects of the injection and detection systems. e
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ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A S;:RIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. < QP 801 Cr 1977 Prostaglandin Research EDITED BY Pierre Crabbe 50251 0815 14 36 Editors: Alfred T:; Blor~quis~'i amd Jarry H. Wasserman 1 Laboratoire de Chimie Organique UniversiM Scientifique et Mddica/e C E. R.M.O. Grenoble, France ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1977 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers a 0 I ~ Q ~~) 1 1 0 8 9
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50251 080j I T. :C-~•t A~ih:~c~;ion {2) t,19?' ?t: :,:) F•rri*•^•t' OF SUk:' ACE Lf.."::1tS CY„ E.ia,SfI C' 'IH-, Ci~i:I?;G OF {:OiL`O :T.N•1 AT)il:.SIXi'.S, nlr~.ru: ~ u•, r ctr,i!:.: or ~ ~ c.Yw•~a~ rl Otltr/~y~ R.le'+ISJC /~. J I„ r{.~ lartll /lal !,t ra . e,at.bell.U J e ~ Q ~ u,Jtr-rLr r c ct.!t..r ..r . i it:: rc.; it. . • . .. . . . r. .. .• _.. •, •.. . . . _1, . . . . ...~ •r.n _ •.~C- ./' 1 ~.. ~ ~...~r t i!t F1C~ ~ eo .n ~.>y Ctrt ! ~r~j \I i a 0 1 n n n; t 1 7 0 7 7
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1gTok~.~ri; "1\tikola~' I~ikolaev~chrF zu. Al.aclemiPa i,tcdits:nskikh nauk SSSIt, Moscow. fnstrtur, eksperi:ner.ta:'r.oi pato?ogii i teraprii rcu,a.,,a. Problems of etiology and pathogenesis of tu.ntory; syr.i- po-3lllnl i-ri the oi,,~ttSloll of tlw /vill anniversary of the u-rtii unci tl:e 45th winiversary of the scient.ific, peda; ogicrd, ar.d public activities of T:ofes=or A. P. Timofeycvsl:iy- ... Edited by `. .\T. 1ilol(lti'l 8!1d Ye. Ye. Pogovlirits. tl'r':r5- lated from tae i:ussian b y tlio U. S. Joint Publicati~i)r ReseRrch Service. i3ethe~,ua, Md., U. S. Dept. of Iicr.itli, Educr.t.ion, and Welfare, Public Health Service, Nutional (Cont:nued on next card'. Cca-co:ao a t~ 0 n~ o t'l d a:~~
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......~..a.~...• ~ VIII ~ An i Bloemfontein Prcczss.. i An;lo-American Tobacco Corp. THE BLOEMFONTEIN PROCESS FOR TREATING UN-CURED TOBACCO WITH "SHORT WAVES" FOR THE PURPOSE OF P,F.llUCING NICOTINE AND TARS AND IkfPRQVING FLAVO?i- HISTORY AND OTHER I^;FOR`*A- TIO:V 0:1 THE ANGLO-AMI:RICAs. TOBACCO CORPORATION. 1966 3 p. Anglo-American Tobacco Corp. Louisville, Y.y. . . . 0 1 () ~(~ ~ i 7 0 7 9
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4 50251 0816 a HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS--NITROGEN CONTAINING/ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS, VOL. 34 Editors: Alfred Uomquist .and Harry Hasserman ~ 40~ he Ch~~~~~~~.~ ~ ~ Jo ~ , 1977 "" of/yrro1es P R. ALAN JONES School of Chemical Sciences Uc 'versity of Eas! Anglia Norivich, England and GERRITT P. BEAN ACADEMIC PRESS London • New York • San Francisco O ' n n n tri 1 JVuQdiaQ of Ilai•courl Brace Jovanovich, P«blishers
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- A A6 50251 0774 TOBACCO--SMOKING-~-PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING HABITS--RELYNQUISIi.ING/ 79 'X B1 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 X B1 ZW~ ,Goldbert, J. ; Aierbaus, M. (IIar-I1an Ilniv. ; Univ. Haifa, Israel) COGNITIVF. SCLF-COyTROL FACTORS IN THE REDUCTION OF SMOKING RIaiAVIOR, Behavior Therapy 9, 553-61 (1978) (in English) ~ This stndy invc-.ti":c!cJ the thcrarcutic fc:csihility of col;nitive scif contrut-ma- ~ nihufation of smnl.ing hchnvior. I1 was prcdic:rtcJ that n thcrapcutic aprm:rch,• ~ j aLich cmrh:r%izc.:, cuLnilivc .t:sgc that c,l:rhli,hcs nnd reinfurccs a sc)f-cuntrol 1 hclicf syacm c+nJ :rltio inclucles u Irrrrninb stal.c in spccifie -,clf-eontrol proccdures j(stimulus eontrol)• will hc more cffcctivc in m:iint:iininF a rrduction in smAing t than a lrcatmcnt :tpprcrrch %olcly conccrncd %%ith trainiog in stimulus control. The ~ study consiacd uf three bruup% with IR.muS.rrs in cich (kihhrrtz mcml-crs). The : 1 groups %+-cre initi:rlly m:rrchcJ on rclevant vuriAbles. In one grcwp, exrcct:rtion for i hi i ; nncr control a l ty was created prior tt Ihc csccution of the actual pcrformnnce 1 of sclf-cuntrol hch:rviur. The ,ccond g:oup undcmcnt the U:rining in the actual j p crfurm:mcc uf .c)f•contnd behavior. Thc thirJ V~roup scrvcd :w a control £roup. 7'he rctult shows that the Cobnitive Srlf-Cuntrol group was significahtly more ;cffcctive in m:rint:cining a rcductiun in .rnukinF in almost all of the fctllow•up rpcrioJs and. ahrr 14 monlhti. .v:,t unyuestion:,bly yupcrior to the Stimulus- : ~ 1 nn n~ci t y^p r~ . ,t
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. CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--REACTION Ai:CHANISMS/ SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC--RT:ACTIONS/ This is Volume 37 of _ : ~._._...._.~. N Qn. - 412 R1 1978 VORGANJC CHEMISTRY A series of monographs Editors: A;4~K,~4 ~3Y;~~QVl~~:,and HARRY H.KVASSERMAN vReactions of lOrganosulfur Compounds 1978 50251 0820 _P ACADEMIC PRESS A'ew York San Francuco London A SuGsidiaty of Harcourt Brace fova»ovich, PuGlishers d 1 r~ t~ n fa I (,~~) .!'iN~ E9 Z0IOCh pt~rtrntnt of Chemistry University of Alissouri-St. Louis St. t.ouis, Missouri
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50251 0790 i 79 X $11 DRUG ABUSE/TOgACCO---ALCOHOL--RELATIOD]SHIP/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ ~ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 79 X B11 ; Good~nan, (Hofstra Univ., Inst. Res. Evaluation, Hempstead, N. Y.,: St. Univ. N Y.,~ ; Stony Brook, N, Y. , U. S: ) ;.. .- . : ~~ ILLICIT DRUG USE AND CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND 0VER-THE-COUNTF.R ~-. _ . MEDICINE AMONG ADOLESCENTS. ' - Int. Jour: Addict. 13 (No. 6) 933-46 (1978)(in English) O%cr 9,000 junior and scnior hi~li schol siudcns in 79 schools in 10 cities completed an anonymous qucstionnaire concerning use licit drurs-alcohol, tobacco, and over-thc-countcr medications. Thc user is more likEly than the nondrug uscr to be a"tricr;' if ~ variatc analyscs indicated strong and statistically significant re- ~ lationships between the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, and ~ over-the-counter medicines and experience with illicit drugs. Also, the user of illicit drugs is also a rclati%,cl), frequent user of of and attitudes toward licit and illicit druSs. Single and m:rlti- ~ . . ~ . . . -~ . . . . •+. , . . , . _~T. _•.._ n o n n i I oA 4 a
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I . . -i i 50251 0819 i qn 331 Ma s Volumc 35 or is i ORGANIC CHEAtISTRY A scries of monographs ti ~ Editors: ALFRED T LOMQUIS~ anJ HARRY FlVwASSERMAN Edited by Alan P archand Roland E./Lehr I Dc partment of Chemistry ~ University of Oklahoma ~ A'onnan, Oklahoma 1) n ACac~em}c Presl:j Nqw YpFrk San Francisco London 1977 ~ ~~ . A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers CYCLIC C0"TOUNnS/CilE1+ISTRY, CARP,ENES/CARRANIONS/_ . 1977 nRGANIC--REACTION MECFIANISMS/ Pericyclic Reactions Volume I
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50251 0822 /SULFUR COI1YOU1dDS/ SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ /REARRANGEMENTS (CHE"fISTRY ) / CARBOIvYL COtifPOUNDS / QD 305 Tr 1975 Sulfur'I'll-des .k~;t Fmerging Synthetic Intermediates Barly M. Trost Lacirrcncc S. 111c1 vin, Jr. Univrrsiry of Wisconsin Madison, Wisconsin ACOdCRI iC PrCSS Ner York San Frurciwro l.ondca 1975 A SaMld'wry q/Xmeva+r E.en lorcnerl.A, IrbL'~A~i This is Volume 31 of StGAN!C CHEMISTRY A series of monogropty. n~. ~. ,.=. ., Editors: N;.fRED T. BLO61QUiSrb i_ and HARRY H. WASSERMAN n ~ 7 C) ~~ ~i ~} t7 o n
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50251 0806 An . TK,,,QLOEMFi)iJ'1 BIN PRMS5°FOAW''t`fM-411r~- ll~i~~>I~fI~at~~=~~4C<'n J?OK: MiE`3 :: e [ c . knglo-A:T:erican ^'ubscco Corp. TIIE LLOL2•!T'Otii'?IN PROCESS FOR TRE.kTIN^ LRi-CTJRETi TOuAC CO WLTII "Sia0,^.T WAVPS` FOR iHE PtJruOSf: or R•^:L"iCi;;G NICOTIi':: AND TARS ,>ii`J II•fPROVINC Y.:.WCR; HISTORY I`_;dD Oi"HER IP7Fl3r„'iA- TIOiN' ON T[IE iuiCLO-A,uT•.RICP.It TOBACCO CORM:ATIO?J. 19G6 3 p. Anglo-American Tobacco Corp. Louisville, Ky. doln ii l 0 1 r1 n n t, 1 7 0 f, 0 *
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QH 345 S 'q1 i50251 0808 Symposium on Free l,pdical: in 13:1ioin~tcZi Sys2ems. +Stan- ford llnivcrsity, 1930. Free rauics)s in biological sti•stems: 1>roceedir+-s of a symposium be?d ^t Staftford University, \iarch 1960. Fdi- tors: M. S. Illois, Jr. tand otaer,; ' ev.- York, .\ca+lemic Yres.s, zcili, ::87 n. illus., port., diugrs., tables. 24 cu. Includes bib':iogrnPhies. 1. Iilolotiical chemistry-Con ;res~es. 2. Radicals Congresses. i. I3lois, M. S., ed. it. Title. (Chemish•y)- Q1I345.S3S 1960 .--., 57-1.10 Gl)-1G~S~ Library of Con.-ress 125) a ~ 1 tl t1 f' G i i~;?.
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QD 1100 ]']. 1973 50251 0821 _v.. .. _,.. ... _. . ORGAPdIC C11E'MIST1:Y, A SERLI,S OF i10NOCRAP1iS, NO. 27, \'ol.. II. F.DITORS • ~At.MRt3 +rtaBLtaMQU1ST HAFlRY WASSERMAN C.- /~ nif, Cst ~.1 HeerocycFes t~' Volume 2 I H. C. VAfvI DER PLAS LandbouwhoclcSChool, !:<>g~nin~en, Thc Ncthcrlands 1973 ACADEnVC PRESS Lonclon <:nd New York ~~ A Subsidiary of Ilarcourt 6race Javanovich, Publishers 1_1>>~~~~Y 0 I n n n n 4 9ts
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50251 0818 I Volume I Olefinic Cornpounds Philip S. Bailey 1)cpartnncnt c f Clie,nist,y The Unirvrsily ojTexas at Austin Austin, Tc.rcrs OZONE/OLEFINS/ C}IT:MISTRY, ORf;ANIC/ " ORGANIC CHEMISTRY, A SF.RSF.S OF MnNnGRAPHS, VOLUMF. 39-I/ Editors: ®Z~''1~~~~~~.1~1~ V~~~.1~1~V ~l ~ }~a~ ~n I~~„'s~r~m nty and 305 ~11~e.~tTr1"~~l`~11i.~ ~,IiJl~i~Il~:.t131r~, " ~L Ba 1978 Editorial Achvisor: WALTL'IZ T RAHANOVSh'Y Iowa State University ojScicnce and Technology Ames. lowa O' ~ ~ n~ AFA1~ Ill ( 1'j~ES, New York San Francisco London 1978 ' ` ~. A uhs Jiary f IIarCOtU IiICCC /Ol'RnOVJCII. Publishers ---:. TF-.
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50251 0807 ....... - __._- STRF.SS/PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/HF.ART--OISEASES--STRESS/ RC 669 Medizin im "Mandel Herzkrank durch Sc I3eitra e zu einct neuen Theorie dc M di i 1977 3 C g r e z n psychosozialen StreI3 , -- Ilerausgeber: ~ . i ;. Prof. Dr. Maria Blolunke Prof. Dr. Wolfgang Jacob Dr. Albert Rotzler Prof. Dr. Hans Schaefer ~ I-Ians Schlefcr und ;~aria,Blohrnka t . Prof. Dr. Heinrich Schipperges . unter Mitarbeit von Bernd Koschorrcck . }lclmut Lang Ilorst Schcrg und Otmar Stclzcr ~ 0 1(I n n. cl. I ' Mit 39 Abbildungen und 29 Tabellen a ~l.-L]r _.,.•• ., • ,-1
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I 4 50251 08216 PIPE StiOP,ING/TOBACCO--HISTORY--W0RLD/CIGAR~/TOBACCO--tLANUFACTURl's & TRADE/ TOBACCO, THE BOOK OF SMOKE AND ITS CONDENSATE. • LE TABAC. , ~ -~ ? ~` ~ ~~ ~~.11~ ~ ~~' ~ Le L~.~T~~ ~ ~.,:~ ET DES P1:ISEURS / I'rWn.c duAtM'on USCAR nf: \\':1'1'Tl>\'ll.l.}: / 113' 11.LUSTKATIONS llL•' G. Frz.aIro;.T UOV7 lli UO)t5 7CS7 C I:\ COU).):LT)t5 )`AR I n n f1 fr !7 I l;' i, Id S H1;\ltl l.Al'ltl:\fi, 1`.l~l'i'I;l'it / 1
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173 50251 0829 .b Bi 1D7.ood,~.,,JecoMe.,N. - (ad . ) UTILIZING R & D K3Y-PROPUCTS, 1967 1127 pa2es Ameri.can'1anagement Associations Inc.. New York I C~ I o n n o 1 7 1 o 3 -
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50251 0789 IX...... • ; 1Re2 1(1968) 0-? ~.Ji3ru:i fl»iD: tu T:S ..~\ ^~} J~~} j•~LCt}V~~ ri4.:-~4 ~ r± t r ~f1 ryIL4~I+i J ~:..-i _. j~J ~.•/1.1~'-.~~~.~ \ 4,! Cj"l I.lll\:JA~.{iJ, si MV' ',e,.ftsc:'u..». Rl.soL-tror:h;,.u. 64, 9'si -°2I (1g~5)---xa Go.~~u with En;lish Abstr~,s:t ~--_<,..-..., -„~-~.. -.:.-•,,.._.~ ! I Q i:; C' 1 t~ n0 0
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~ ~ 50251 0WR8 QP t1raak.-,H.~8lcbd~ ~ 41 ~ A D'Amur, Y_ed E. M4..Ci1.0d:ii:iY 'Jq S' Cid E. n'AS•a:.'s2r, a:..^wK .~. B10.^.dy wid Uon A. Peldrn, Jr. 2.565 :yrd ad. ycv. tYsiS.verwAty of Chic;aga Presc Chitago Ol D 6o
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+BlodadleQ 'Gob and bffiothetibriai i'd ~'.r~W_ M.T. Lin and A. Chandra Experientia 37 (1y81). Birkhauser Verlag. Bacel (Sctiw e~~ , A(4) OPG - PY _ 8,2= X _-I! Ob 50251 0802 ,.• .. . 1 9~ 1 J : 4-. . ! . . ...-. . .. _•: ~ .... .- . . :..f{-p ,. . . •.- , i> r~ Ia br~tn wd-tubocurnr~.qe , pdue~sV dej ~eas~ mefA o~ist~t,,cutApeous rstysod~l ~/~ / LI[-~,30'70469595-E118 Department ojPhysiology and Biophysics ational Defense Medical Center, Taipei (TaiK•an), 23 A ugust 1980 Summary. Direct administration of d' ubocurarine into the lateral cerebral ventricle of conscious rats produced decrease, metabolism, cutaneous vasodilatation and hypothermia at ambient temperatures of 8-22 °C. Also, pretreatment with d tubocurarine antagonized the arecoline-induced hypothermia. t / I It has been repeatedly documented that intracranial admin- istration of cholinomimetic drugs produces hypothermia in the rat2-7. This hypothermia can be antagonized by block- ade of central muscarinic receptors with atropine sulfate'. The present study assessed the effects of blockade of central nicotinic receptors with d-tubocurarine on thermo- regulatory responses and on the hypothermia induced by the cholinomimetic drug arecoline. Materials and methods. Adult male Sprague-Dawley rats, weighing between 250 and 300 g, were used. The ex- periments were performed on unanesthetized animals re- strained in rat stocks between 9.00 a.m. and 5.00 p.m. Between experiments the animals were housed individually in wire-mesh cages in a room at 25± 1.0°C with a 12-h light-dark cycle. The animals were given free access to tap water and granular chicken feed. For the intracerPhr-vi-n- tricular (i.c.v.) injection, a cerebrovent'ricular cannula wa implanted in each animal under general anesthesia (sodiun pentobarbital. 6 mg/.100 g. i.p.). the tip being located at tht DeGroote coordinates: AP, 7.0; L. 1.0; and 0.1 mm. A 27 gauge needle was connected via PE 10 tubing to a 50-N Hamilton syringe. During the surgery the correct position ing of each guide tube was verified bv the rapid flow o saline into the lateral cerebral ventricle under gravity. A period of 2 weeks was allowed to permit the animals t( recover from the operation. The effects of d-tubocurarint (Sigma. 0.5-2.0 pg) and arecoline (Sigma. 50-200 pg) or metabolic, respiratory and vasomotorr functions as well a~ body temperatures were assessed in a small animal parti tional calorimeter'-9-11. Metabolic rate (M) was calculatec from the animal's oxygen consumption and expressed a! wattc/kp bndv weieht. Respiratory evaporative heat los~ I 0 1 ~ 0 r~ n 1 7 0 7 t~
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i 50251 0841 Il MFMRRANF. PROTEINS/PLAS'4A "TMRRANF.S/GLYCOPROTFINS/ ALOOA/ PR0TETNS--PLASMA/CnLT.ACF.'4/ OP 88 Ne 97b FI BROBLAST SURFACE PROTLI N Edited by Antti Vaheri. Erkki Ruoslahti, and Deane F. Mosher The New York Academy of Sciences New York. New York 1978 ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume312 (1-ysG) i`I 1~1 5 nin6.n 1l
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50251 0832 i MtiTABOLT.Sri-I',IOLOGY--.lit~*:DBOOK/la iltI1I05--B].OLOGIC:AL IIANT1BU0K/BLOOTa RESPIItATIONWBOnY FLUIPS/CTRCUI:ArORY SYSTEM/ K&N Q 123 Al 1974 ~ Data D 1. 0.10 g.~. .~. Second Edition VO LUME III COMDILED AND EDITED BY Philip L. Airman and Dororh;~ S. Dittmcr Fcdcration of Aracrican Socictics for Expcrimcntal Iliolod}• arrsca., .caTC.um
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50251 0823 STEROIDS/CEIEMISTRY, ORGANIC--SYNTkiF.SIS/ T ~ ~(~ ~~ I'his is Volume 30 of ' 0~~~ `+~~ ~~~D~C~s~~p1 ORGANIC CHEMISTRY ~'" "++ A s of mono rn hs enc g ROI3ERT T. BLICKENSTAFF Alcdiad licxcarch Iwd~om~tory Vetemnt AdministnAiom Itospi(.d a,w/ Departrncnt oj 8inchernistry InllUlnn Vni0YIA7ttJ S['t1/N/t of Aln/ictne Indianatnotis, Indiana p s Editors:?~L} REU'.~". ~$LOI~'.F~GI"a`I''~ and HARRY WASSERMAN ACADF:\IIC PRESS New York and London 1974 A Sr6rvl.cry nJ IJarrronf Frarc Jns'annrir)t, PubLJacr. ANIL C: CIIOSII Sluchnn Institutc und Slrarps Associates (SISA) CannGrirlFr•, ANusnclnusNts CORDON C. WOLF Aledtcal Research LoGorotrry Veterans Adnitniatration Nospital Indtmapolit, Irufians ""1. ' / - • r ~ , F.~ ~ •1 1 l l ! ` n 1 I ~iJ 9
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(~~ TkA'~SFfRASf:S/ *iETiIYLTXAICSi'f;RArF.Si~;•-C'.~:L1,CTC}S1D11Si;S ~' GLYCOSi;;ASM~ ALLONOLACT(1Y1:S/SiJCC7_NYL COEt:ZYM!: A SY*~TR;?i'~,SE/SY;dTil%1'AST / Col Pd I ,4-DIAafIfiOFSL'TANI;/SPERMINE . tg7?.., ADVANCEST-N EN' Ti%[OLOGY AND T.LL!fT1;D :SR:',3S OP 11107.l;:;L'L:11; TtIOLOGI' Founded by li. F. NOi:D Edited by ALTON MEIS'i'ER CORN}:LL L',I\'}:I:SITY !11•7llIC'AI. COLLF.GF., I:E\Y 1ORI: vOLUAiI; 36 1972 INTLRSCIIJI\CI; PUBLISI-IF,RS n Division of JOHN `,VJI:I;1' & SONS "New York • London • Sydney • Toronto L-~1JY~ YV ~ 0 M m 0 V_ kn N 0 ~ 01 1 0 0 0 0 1 7 !() ill
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50251 0840 ORNL-TIRC-73-4 Compiled by: Ne18a Gcrstner 1•iarch 1973 TOXICOLOGY INFOI'sfATION RESPONSE CENTER ' Work supported by the Toxicology Information Program, National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health, Department of Health, Education, and Welfare under AZri Interagency Agreement No. 40-274-71 OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY Oak Ridge,'Tennessee. 37830 operated by UNION CARBIDE COPTORATION III Me9-74 TRACE ELEMENT PROFILE ON HUi~iAN ~SLOOI34 A BIBLIOGRh.PHY S.P. for the U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY CO:DIISSION 370 . Abstract , , 11is bibliography of 117 selected references on trace elements in human n n n n t I E~~ i
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50251 0As VIII Me9-76 TOBACCO--SMOKING--BLOOD/ RJR CLASS NO. PA.*iPHLET . S.P. Einbrodt, H. J.; Rosmanith, J.; Prasjsnar, D. (Technischen Hochschule Aachen, Abt: Ilyg. Arbeitsmed.) CADMIUM CONTENT IN BLOOD AND SPiOKING HABITS. *(Der Cadmiumgehaltvim B1ut und Rauchgewohnheiten.)* Naturwissenschaften 63, 148 (1976) (in German) *Keywords:* cadmium, cured, constituent; cadmium, smoke, constituent. < f~ ~ 1 7 t 0.1 0 n _-1 ---
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50251 0834 •- ,. ,: 4 L 9 +tii. .,`- TECi-iNii;!`,L R[POR1~ I)l:rA ~ y p- _'] 7 e_ (Plcase tcad l:+struciions on 1he rcrctsc he/ore completing) 1. IzEPORT NO. ?. 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOfrNO. EPA-600/1-77-0 32 _ ~ _ 4. TITLE AND SU[3TITLE 5. REPORT DATE EffECTS OF LOIJ LEVEL CARBON f41ONOXIDE EXPOSURE June 1977 ~Wood Lipids and (:oagulation Parameters S.PERFOHMINGORGANILATIONCOL 7. AUTHORIS) 6. PERFURMING ORGANIZATION REr K. M. Brinkhouse, M.D. , 9• PERFORMINC+ ORGANIZAI ION NAML AND ADDRESS 10. PROGHAM ELEMENT NO. Department of Pathology l_10 1 University of North Carolina 11.CUNTliACTiGRANTNO. Chapel Hill, N.C. 27514 68-02-1281 ?2. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADORESS 13. T1'PE PF REPORT AND PERIOD C, Nealth Effects Research Laboratory. RTP NC , Office of Research and Devel OplTlent 14. SPCINSORING AGENCY GUDE U. S.1 ErIMi rftimeRtall PrbtcVti dn Qeney EPP, 600/ i 1 Research 1 riongle f'ark, N.(:.^ 27711 _ _
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50251 0831 Ab op at` 1941, i97! : L?ri A FiL'f'riJ? Ti,n lvl f1'm 4~ r~ ~~~ ~ 0 0 I ~ t n n Ct (i 1 7 1 C) c;
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j sozsi ossu 1 RB r 40 Blood, v.3 ~ Ad ADVANCES 'IN CLINICAL CHEMlSTRY, VOL. i, edited by Warry Sobotka znd C.. P. Stewart, 1965 336 p . Acacfemic Press New yotk .T: 1 n(1
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50251 0839 ~ INI"Le1;t~iATln'3/1'1tACOCY'fOSI::/1:;:'iTCi)Ln1'?;D )TIIF.LIAL S"5'STI ht/L"Y";P}IOCY"TT:S/ RL001)/IIFt•tCfR'n:I1iGI: AND S1t0(9:/ta): tA/PI;L'I:P./.1TIILROSCILI;F()SIS/C 11CI:};- A°1I1t/1i,5/ !~'~'T1~CDIES/IIL`ill,";uLOGY/ I:ADIA1'IC*i--IjIOIAGICAL EFFECT/Ai7TIGEhS AND TUBl:RCULOSIS ./VII:USLS/I'ATlIOLOGY, 11PTi/:?I/CAhCr.}t--t;PI1)I;MIOLOGY/ Cr1i\ CI: R--P A1'l I0 LO GY / 3 G Rl l G1..1 N.h l' ~ AL PATHOLO"r ~ ,~ 1970 _ ~ EI)ITGD BY . ~ .LORD FLOREY Pmost of ?'hc Qt,-ccn's CcJlcac • ' Clnivcrsi~ o 0. forcf Fourth F.dition W. 13. SAUNDERS CO"A'IPANY }'F111.ADELP111A At.D LO\J)ON ~ 1970 0 1 n 0 n n I / -3
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50251 0856 ' ~ 03 B1ood Ba ~ .i ~ 1 I i Ltc;v,r:~~;Vy ~;. `•: ~«...-'z''p <ie M. p Vf.tt a(1d 375 t ts~ s:ac .fohlt 5:,mr :iet: ~~zw 0 o n n o I / !X o
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50251 0836i r SOL.rFNTS-.-.SAFETY HAtARDS/RADIATION' +' IONI~I3 TEIu1TOGENS/ 'NiLT1i~S--TOXICOLOGY/AIR--POLLUTIUN--IiFALTII r:FFE!;T/ CANCER--CAI.ISATION BY CIIEh'ICALS/PESTICIDES----TO;;ICOLOGY/ SMOKING AND HEAi,1'Ii/TOLACCO--SMOKING--HEALTII POISONS--9'OKTCOI.OGY/ PLASTICS--TOXICOLOGY/ 55 Ca 1975 rI 0 1 r~ 0 n 0 ~t . (; ,: 411I ~,.1 ~+' .Slo -1 'lle I_J'~ u sicScience of Po rsvl"ls ~~ 1: D I TED 13 Y Maclr..illllll PUl)i1S111I1g Co., Inc Xcu' York Louis J. Casarett, Ph.D. l.ntc Trofnsnr rf 1'harrnacolocy, 1LO111Cr IV(aclllil17111 Canad1, I-ttl. University of Il:rwaii Schaol of NSa~icine, Tnron.to 1lur,olulu, Ilawaii John DO«ll, JMD., Ph.D. Ymfcccor nf I4ra.:ma:olnry r,d 11". icnlnRy, Univc.sity of laur.a. School 0 l McJicinc, ~ 7 'I<tuu:F. Cit*ti}:an<as Iiaillierc T'indall !-ondon
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1973 CANCER--GE:VETI CS /NDCLEI C ACI DS / D:v'A! CaRO*".OS OMES / BLOOD/ T'rTINS / c RB 155 Th a I genetics in 9 o 50251 0853 C C~,'[Cl~1~'~.. JAMES S. THOr:IPSON, M.D. second edition Dcpartmcnt of Anatoniy. Cnicenity of Toronto MARGARET W. THOMPSON, Ph.D. Dcpartmcnts of htcJical Genetics and Pacdiatrics. Uniccrsity of Turomo and The Hospital for Sick Children. Toronto - W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY 1973 Philadelphia • London • 'Ibronto . .. . . .. . w . .., ~.. ~ _«- .•. . ..r-, . ....~_ . ~...~ . .. __~.-_ ~ ~_ ~ _. ..-- ...-- -- t t) 0 n t, f! I 'If' 7 I
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i 50251 0852 a QD CIIEMISTRY, !1.*;ALYTIC/'`lILI:---APdALY'SIS/~1ILK----BACT1iRI0]AGY f SErOLOCY/BLOOD/ i. I 131. Tc 1973 ffl .1.. V- k .-, , ~ '~UU1 ; Molume 7 Food, Dairy, and Abriculture 1972 TechniconUeterinary Prof iling . International Conaress,~.~ 1973, Itifediad ]ncorporated, P.O. Box 41larrytown, New York 10591 , rard ~ G,~y . . .0 1 0 0 rl o 1 7 - I ~?
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50251 0850 i J. I3I 0,11F"f). A1 /lT la i. K I:S. VQJ.. fl, PP. 479-485 (1975) a Dctcriuination of l~lao>~c>,HtrrL )ii in 13foc,d T. Y. STEIN, WINSTON K. ROI313I\S, I-ILI.I:NI, B. BROOKS, and III:IMER'1' 1V. NALLACr, Ihpartmenlt of F;urgcry, University ojPOntsylrania School of llleclicinc,l'Milarlclphia, l'en.nsylVania 19104, and I;xxon Rescarclr and Engineering Co»tpany, Linden, New Jersey 0703E Summary A Iiecaus-e fluorocarbons can dissolve relatively large cluantities of oxypen and carbon dioxide, thete is cousideral;le interc;t in utilizing Ihcm to develop new methods of eztracorporael circulation, artificial red blucKl ccfla, and liquid breath- ing techniques. A meiliod for the aa:uy of fluorocarbon in blood is prusented. Tht: fluorocarbon is extracted frrnu the blood witl: toluene, and fhwride is relcrved ~ . _. .. . .., _ ~~. . . ~ _...._ r ~ ~(l t/•~ ~~ 1 7 #~ 4
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, i 50251 0827 TOBACCO--S'101;ING--HEALTH EFFECT/LUNGS--CANCER--GT:NI:TICS/ BLOOD/ ENVIRONMENTAL 11T:LATII /?1UTAGI:NESIS/P,IRTII DEFECTS/VINYL CIILORInE/A`iP.S TYPE TrSTINC/ GENETICS--DISEASE/'iI:TAT3OLISM, INBORN ERRORS OF/C11ROy0S0`.E ABERRATIO:IS/ BIRTH ?dEICHT/T1:RATOGENESIS/CANCI:R--CAUSATION BY GENI:TIC FACTORS/ CANCER--CAUSATIO"I--BY ENVIR0:1*tENTAL FACTORS/ Ci,:;C;..^.--VZROLOGY/ , GENETIC DAMAGE IN MAN CAUSED BY Edited by ENVIRONMENTAL A K D ~ BERG RB 155 Be 1979 AGENTS ProJcs.cnr of Medicine Director, lnstitute of Medical Genetics. Unirersity ojOslo. Director. Department of Medical Genetics, City oJOslo, Nor„•ay _ ACC.C.C~Q iJ-t~ 1 ~s+5 ARRANGED BY THE NORWEGIAN ACADEMY OF SCIENCE AND LETTERS and NORSK HYDRO A/S in collaboration with THE ACADEMIES OF SCIENCES of DENMARK, FINLAND, ICELAND, and SWEDEN, i n n ,~ and spnsored ayo bK ~, IJdRIj15K KtJLT~fjRF(/ND" ' ORGANIZING COMMITTEE C. Overgaard Nielsen, Denmark Diter voat Iti'ettstein, Denmark Albert de la Chapelle, Finland Esko Suntnalaincn, Finland Kilre Berg. Norway Anton Brogger, Norway Jan Rosenberg, Norway Arn~~n; h-Jnliansen_'dorwa).
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a 74 X Sc ."'7.Cf1TTN]'--A.RSMT;?'TTOT?/`+TC:7TIldI'- n"T,rAT.ti9ACCIt--•;•{!)<:i;~i?'dUT.ATI(tN COTI'3T'=='T1TP.ZItN]: " .,TC.11: "I FTl'T'T/'"C~;~*.C`Cf+-.-~~.n,,,,~.~ ri1?`TT:-1 f'nY' Y'F:~..,~ .. r, l•. 50251 0846 P.,1F. CLASS `ti0. P:A`P?II:ET 74 ScI .~ ~ : Schievelbein, II.; Eberhardt, R:; Loschenkohl, K.; °ahl.fs, V.; Bedall, F. K. , (Univ. Munchen, Inst. Iain. Chem. Klin. Bioche:~., ~Iunchen, Ger.; Inst. llatenanalyse Versuchsplanung, :•funchen, Ger.) ABSORPTION OF i:ICOTi::E Ti? ROLGH THE 0.~^~1L ?fL'CUSA. I. `WASLiRE:•Iv.`;T OF ::ICOTI:: : I CO:;CEaT?.ATIO2i IN TElEs03jaWAF:E?'i :.PPLICATION OF ::ICOTI`.:E %'•;D TOTAL PAF..i7CL'LATE :v:TTE::. ; Agents Actions 3(::o. 4) 254-58 (1973) (in English) *Key-oords:* nicotine, smol;e, constituent. I *1974, No. 6, I•] 1962* *d* Tobacco medicine: a 0 ' 1 tn n fl Cl 1 7 1?O
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-1~+.._~....~..~~--..~_~......._.:.w>..........:... . ' - .. ...~.-ti_... .-. ._...r..........,..~..--...'. ........_....~._...••.._ ..._..... :....._.'_....._. . _......... ._.._. ........ ..... .....s..RJR TRANSLATION NICOTINE--DETE1tASIT•iATION/TOBAl.CO-ICOTINE/ i 50251 0848 CItROriATOGRhPHIC AP,ALYSIS--Nic.oTiNE/ . - R7IL•-tLAS S NO. TRAtISL :T ION Schievelbein, U.; Grundke, K. (Univ. Munchen, Klini.sch-Chem. Inst., Ghirurgischen Klin., Ger.) METHOD FOR THE ESTIMATION OF NICOTINE IN 4}yWD:-AND TISSU::S BY GAS--L1q+,;,D '•" CHROMATOGI'.AI'HY. it(Gas-chromatographische Methode zur Bestimmung von Nicotin in Blut und CeWeben.)* Zeitschr. Anal. Chem. 237,'1-8 (1968) (in CermAn - complete EnBlisti ~~ translation available) -"i t ~~ • .. *1974, No.21, W 8079* *d* Tobacco chemistry (medicine) : o ~ (.. . . ~~._-.-:...~...... ~~.~_.......,.~ _ -.-.;~:._:~ n lJ /'
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sozst oe.s (~, ~? . ~ • . . • . • .- .. . -1 . . .. . . ~ _ _ 7S THE PIIOTOaiETRIC IIICROt)I;T}•:R1IlNflTIO\ OF 1010MV CLIICOSF: WIT11 CLL'CUSE OXll)ASE AIIIiAl1A3t SAIPER, 'U.S., AND S:IIRLFM CiF:kS7? \rELD, I;.S, ~ BROoKLYx, N. Y. T HE determination of "glucose" in blood, and in other hio:ogic fluids, is undoubtedly the most frequently performed procedure in the clinical laboratory. It is, thcrefolr, uufortunate that for the sake of expediency such . analyses bre being hcrformcd m•ith procedures which are relatively nonspecific for glucosc.' The most widclr used and recolnmcnded methods for "glucosc" ot "reducing sugars" are those based either on ferricyanide--' or cupric ion'-, . . . . .. .. 0 1 0 o n 0 1 7 1 1 9
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50251 0824 oRCANOrfrTALLT C CorTonrms / SYNT]IESIS, OKGANIC/C1U:MISTRY, OP.GANIC--SYN19I1•:STS/ This is 4'Ulumc 33 of ~!Oi:Ci.A;]IC: CIIENi;SfIZY A ~crict, of mlmo.~Ir<<phs I:ditclrs: WAL-0J..1'sLOMQ.UIS7` and Ii!\IZItY lI. \VASSLfaM:1N QD U 262 Al 1976 \i \. ~ e: ~ Ij \!, h L ry 6l ~- A., [{ (`P+! CR ~ J t- . r - !~ ~y 1~R:: ' i iil \ ~ 1 t, s~ }1 l`'.j l f: li { m, rd~ 'ta ~s' C~ 1 r n n o i / t) ta I vo° : n u 1: k~ ~ _ d :: LDIl'EG BY I-tovi.irc; I)cr:uuncnt of Clunustry Uni,.•crsity of OtLn~a (1Y,s~;n. Ontnrir, Canada ---"-----,_._. .,_ VranCt[.rO ~.O'i(IJa 1976
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~. . ..s....•.....~s:~:r..:...:..:.~..._ :.~ __.....:_.r--~___.....~...~.~.. . __ TP 370 B1 1971 , OPERATING COST STRUCTURE OF FlRMS IN THE RETAfL FOOD - . . , y ~ Gaiea-C.-Diomster:. ,. INDUS 1 1`Y ..-..~. ... • ..,.t ' ...~- e .,= 1971 " Erie C. Oesterle* , tURDUE UNIVERSITY, LAFAYETTE, INDIANA '~ the Transportation and facilities ~ fa tooperation with Research Division, aqrtcuitural Research Service, 50251 0825 .. ... .,.-.. . :.t • ..~- ".1•a. .,.f,...~..-:. -..~ • . .--. . . - ., . . . . .~ •.. ~- .. ... . . , . .. . . . . . . ' . ' .• . / . ' Fp0D--MAhAGEMENT'/ R5~~4 ; PC0:JOMICS--INDUSTRY/RETAILI2vG/ ~ ~. vn2sea atates oepartment of Ayriculture lk~ 0 `%' 9
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50251 0857 Ploou C) Carlsen, ElizaLe*_h T":1t: FJ1Tl.' GF UP'P?M CF Vt,W`.d Mt}NO:SID?: l.2a NITRIC 0:•'I1:u BY NOc.-ftL 11U:W+ c.r"C':'7'IZhCC`iTDS : :"_1 BY i..KPERIKKaLLY• PI;ti%UC::D SPaMMES (L'nivernitX of Pennsylvania, Ph. D. Thesis) 1957 152 Pnges Jsi;_versity Nelof11.Ms, Inc. A!.in Lr'Qr ' 0 I I I () (1 fl I / 1, ;~ 1
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~RC ~46 h Blood 50251 0860 i Inglis, John Kenneth. A textbook of human biology, by J.K. Inglis. ~lst ed.I Oxford, New York, Pergamon Press 1 1968~ xiv, 212p. illus. 20 cm. .1 : i n(1 n i 7 1 7 1 .4 4
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50251 080 i. ' ~J~(" (9)1s3g-.~~ /,ZT) ~~ Fluorocarbon Aerosol Propellants VI: Interspecies Differences in SZIu17i"lis`in d and Plasma and ~ Their Possible Implications in Toxicity St.udiel~' ~ ~ ~ 03 SARFARAZ NIAZI and WIN L.. CIIIOU x ''~ 7 r` Abstract O Solubilities of the three most commonly used fluoro- carbon aerosol propellants were determined in the blood and plas-' ma of humans, monkeys, dogs, rats, and mice. Differences as large as -fourfold in blood and more than 33-fold in plasma were found in different species. The partitioning of fluorocarbons between blood cells and plasma showed even greater differences between species. An indirect method was suggested for the calculation of plasma concentrations from total blood concentrations. A compar- ative evaluation was reported for the nonprotein bound fractions of fluorocarbons in the blood sample's of various speries. A correla- tion was drawn for the pharmacokinetic properties of the Auoro- carbons within and between species, and a rationale was provided for the extrapolation of toxicity data from animals to humans. Keyphrases o Fluorocarbon aerosol propel lants-i nt erspecies the gaseous phase at the equilibrium state (13, :. Such a ratio is, in fact, identical t.o the partition c( ficient, P, between the two phases, as used con•.•c . tionally for nonvolatile compounds bet%ti-een orr:-.. and aqueous phases. The purpose of this paper i,' report the results of a study on the solubilities uf t three most commonly used fluorocarbon prupell:t-n in the blood and plasma of various specie.;.'l'hc: j:,:; .. ble correlation between the solubilities and thc pii macokinetic properties and a rationale for extr,il>.- tion of animal toxicity data to humans also «•itf discussed. o 1 n n n i1 1 7 1 1 7
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t QP 601 Co 1981 Volume 76 e1)10g10blIZS EDITED BY Eraldo Anlonini Luigi Rossi-Bernardi CNR CENTER OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISTRY INSTiTUTES OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY UNIVERSITY OF MILAN FACULTY OF MEDICINE. UNIVERSITY OF ROME MILAN. FTALY ROME. rTALY BLOOD/ Methods in Enzymology Emilia Chiancone CNR CENTER OF MOLECULAR BIOLOGY INSTITUTES OF CHEMISTRY AND BIOCHEMISTRY FACULTY OF MEDICINE. UNIVERSITY OF ROME ROME.frALY 1981 ACADEMIC PRESS A Subtidiary oJHarcour! Brace Jovanovirh, Publirhnt New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco 2, 9 0 1 50251 0855 '~at'i:~, , f, Y .~ l-~ ' S•f I
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/A*lATOMY/ BI.OOll/ PI,ASt'~A./ SI:IIl/ TISSUBS/ TrETH% 50251 0849 /BONES/ CAF2ll1LVASCULAIi SYSTBM/ RESPIP.ATORY tJRGAiQS/ /PHYSIOLOGY/ REF. Q 123 Sn 1975 Report of the Task Group on Reference Man A kLPORT PkF.PARCO DY A TASIC GROUP 01' COMMITTCE 2 OG Tfik lNTCRNATIONAL COMMISSION ON (LADIOLOGICAL PROTCCTION ADOPTED UY TIIF, COSVI11SS1t/N IN OCTOtICR, 1974 \'V. S. Snydcr Chnirnrait M. J. Coolc E. S. Nasset L. R. Karhauscn G. Parry Hon•clls I. H. Tipton INTL'ItNATIONAL COMMISSION ON RAt)ICLOGICAL PROTCCTION SO No. 23 PI:RGANfON I'I;P.SS OXrOY.D • N£w YORK • TOr,ONTO FYUNEY • 1LRAl1NSCUMIi:IG 0 1 n 0 n 0 11 1 ,? 3 a
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T: ~ ' 1 ;aooa, v.2. ~ g { k . Mc 50251 0801 MCi, RAi.'-tlILL r +C1CLCYPIEDxq t,F SCIi;'SC:: AtJD Vol. 1-15, 3Ub jcc:: Guia:. ; ::c,:C:.:s Gu id e 1971 17 Vo1s. i`1cGrak*-iii.12 ;;~1: Co. ::ew lork a c~ ~ r,nn cz
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. i..:.:..._.,....~ _° ~. <;_,.:_......_. : _..~:':- w..: 50251 0835 ;T~7Lt i Grih,~I~;i ~ 3:3:, CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 X F;tt Lu.tts, 12. C.; Kuetincrjan, M.; Wi.c:cl:~wsott, C. rf. ~ (Institut 3icalth Res., San Fr3i2C25c0, Cal if ., U. S.) 14.~'iT0?f11TED PfEY i0D FOR DETEfi.`~tIi~I~;C ; I:L'`f Tf'.TOCI'AI:~iTr, TO ' F::O:~t :,O::SiSOIE?'•S. ` Clin. Ci:c-m. 20 (No. 10) 1344-4f3 (1974) (in En-l.ish) 1~1974, tio. 25, W 9303 ` *d* 1'obacco medic:ne: ])ISTItdCtiISH S:,O}:iiF.". i I r0i ro n o 1. 7 1 0
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, 77 II Ne i ~. 50251 0863 BLQQD/ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES VOLUME 136, ARTICLE 25 PAGES 779-822 Editor-in-Chiet EDWARD M. WEYER Managing Editor HURD HUTCHINS Associate Editor MARJORIE A. -MUSIL STUDIES OFyLEUKOCYTE PHYSIOLOGY'' Prefpce. By ALBERT S. GORDON ............................................. 781 Studies of the Humoral Regulation of Leukocytes. By FREDERIC C. LUDRtIG, MARY E. SMOKE AND JOHN S. WELLINGTON.....•.... 784 Studies on the Response of Rat Lymphocytes to Phytohemagglutinin. By L. IONE JOHNSON, PATRICIA A. SULLIVAN, PO-CHUEN CHAN. JOSEPH LOI3UE, FRANCIS C. MONETTE AND ALBERT S. t n 0
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50251 0866 ~'y i 11 BLOOD/PROTEINS--LIPID/ I/ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 348 ~, /-~13G 75P LIPOPROTEIN Ne STRUCTURE 1930 Edited by Angelo,M. Scanu and Frank R. Landsberger ~ The Xew York Academy of Sciences ~ New York, New York 1980 t. d ~ n n n~~ I ~~ n
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Rt?R TRANSLAMN Zschr. psychosom. ed., 26:246-258, 1980 i 50251 0837 CONDITIONING OF TRESS-INDUCED BLOOD GLUCOSE AND,,BLOOD LIPID CHANGES R. Cervinka, M. Koller,and M. Haider From the Institute for Environmental Hygiene, Vienna University (Head: Prof. Dr. M. Haider) Summary Conditioning of Stress Induced Blood Glucose and Blood Lipid Changes The evidence for acute metabolic changes following intensive stress arises from a number of experimental studies. In our investigations we could differentiate these re- sults, as we demonstrated that there exist pronounced differences in the metaboiic changes after single, multiple and repeated stress and that furthermore neutral signal stimuli - after a series of simultaneous presentations with the stressor stimuli (= condi- tioning phase) may induce conditioned changes in blood glucose and some blood lipid fractions. According to our hypothesis these learned ("conditioned") stress reactions may play an important role in the development and maintainancc of various psychoso- matic disturbancies. " CT ,~11 lh t! t)\ ( / 1 1 *)
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EI,OOD/_ y u:. 50251 04A2 ,. .~_. ..,........,.tW..~. _ _ _. _ ...,.......,_._,... .. ~,.•_ i nNNAYS OF TIiL NEW Yol:t: ACADEMY OF SC1E•'•+CCES • ~ Vot.vrtiiL 241 45 D;e Novt~mbcr 29. 1974 HEl1fOGLOBlNS: C(-SII'.V: ATI4'E \tULGCULATt B[OLOGY ~I~ I):i~S 1974 FOR THE srC:i)z~ OF I~ISi•:,~sr; • . ! R Advisory 'Committee ' I). MURRAY ANGEVINE, SAMUEL H. BOYER, MARJORIE CATES, JULES S. CASS, MA}{LON V. R. FREEMAN, HYRAm KITCt1EN, Lt0 M. MEYER, GF.O::r,i: ?~11G1}a, AND ROBLRT F. MURRAt' • .{ • ~ ' . .:A Pnrt J. The Hemoglobin Genes S 6 - ~,r.,r,r_~~,^..~.$~=5~4 KS:..^1:.7,~.I ~ lnl ~ ~ ~' ~' ~P..llS'•` `1ce_~.^~S'.""~'*w~ct"1'~7s.e'4'~Y• • i Y o n ~ ),~.~r-,I~P~~I._••L.~.J.:~= I~~: ~li~~n.. ..~..l~~ .~....~~wrnw..J.--.~..,..,~.•. . ~ -. ; . .. y " . -. . . _ . . ~ . Editors HYRAM KiTCHEN AND SAMUEL' H. BOYI:R Published by the hEid YORt: ACADL*iY OF SCIE:~C}:S. CONTENTS Prefatory Note. Ivtes S. CASS AND Ltio M. MEYER . . .. .. .. .. .. . . . ... . . .. . Introduction. By Roi.AND B. Scorr ................................... o•i n n.nn ~ 7 t ~~
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. i - 6 , i 50251 0862 - ? = . ! ' ! aal + CT:NPTICS--DISEASE/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CF.T1F..TIC FACTOPS/ ~ BLOOD/ ~ ~. , ANNALS OF THE NEW YO OF SCIENCES ` r { VOLUME 155, ART. 3 PAGES 657-1031 i Dcccmbcr 30,1968 Editorial Director Editor-in-ChieJ PETER D. ALrtERTSON MARc KRAUSS Associate Editor ~ t~ + BILL MORGAN BOLAND t r PR ~~ 155 LEUKOCYTE CIiEAIIS~'AY{Y A,Z'D :110RPIiOLOGY ~ ~ Ne CORRELATED WITIMIIItO1110S0:11E AN011ALICS* ~ 1968 F Con.sulting Editors and Conference Cochairmen ARNOLD R. KAPLAN AND MARGARET A. KtiLSALT. ~ ~ n ~ ' ~, CONTENTS ~ ~ n ~ ~ _._-.. ,~_ _ ._ By ARNOL 'I:APL:N Ihtroduhion R G59 I __ _ ....._... ..... __ . - t :
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i~i' 50251 0864 ~Pa Blood ; ! gassr,:ore, R. A G•'.:ui:±j,.^',,,f 1o t2LjC.rY. Aua:c,•.~;, Pts;~s:wlcgJ' aud Fa].ited Sub,;ocZs, Edit~.~d by f:. l'auzmrrc.. and J. S. P.obar,n 1968 47.5 PQCS DlackweG11 Scicutifi.c Publ:cationcc n y U!~3 () n o
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50251 0833 4 GAS CHROMATOGRAPHIC MF,THOD FOR THE DETER1MINAT10N OF NICOTINE IN #1,1ILK AND 78 XII Ka RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XII Ka Bluthgen, A.; Nijhuis, H.; Hamann, J.; Heeschen, W. (Institut Hyg. Bundesanstalt Milchforschung, Kiel, Ger.) LOOD.' *(Gaschromatogr.aphiscthe Methode zur Bestimmung von Ni.kotin in Milch und Blut.)* Afilchwissenschaft 33 (No. 3) 137-41 (1978) (in German with English abstr f Looking for .,Itcrnative prodncls e,s substilutes for chlor inated ''and_ mass slreclrocLraph1',_ i l he melriod .s as tested in an experimc nt vh ith four lactatir i hydrocarbons «hich .rro torlnclclen for the use un Iann nninr ils, in- II I secticides of hl,nl oticlin are of sltr•ciol interest. Il thc•re•.fote seem- I cows %,-ith a re•yistc•red, cetntme•rcial preparation eontdininy 0.04 , ednpcc•s.ar] loclcwelupaclclcrmii,ation mc•thuclfor Iheoxlremely i nicotine in .in rnerl support. t puisonnus alknhurl nuulinc, ennblrnrl thr clr•lcnnin,rlir,n of inilk i The retiults shu« that Ihe aphlicalion of 50 to 225 mrl uicntit f bocly wc t~tht) causes resirlues m mr 1 hygienic re)ev.rnce of nicotine residues atter amtrol of ecturarasi- I per.,nimil (0.1 :tr 11.45 my; k( ` tes. up to 0.0135 rurl/l. \1'ith the n,r•thocl clescribod the milk uf the troate•d.,nitnal is de- ~ These resutts indicate that insecticides of l,lant origin are n I fatted, the inr,tvin is l,rocipilaclocl ccith TCr\ nnd, .rft,•r aul,ling cau- I without food hyqienic risk. It must however, be ernplrasi7-rd tf: slic sohriiun, Ihc• suhcrnat,tnt iz Irc•.,tc•cl with orqnnic sr,lvevit. An j the tria] ~cas riot appropriate to c)c•monstrate the sI>ectfic pharn~ intermc•diate c1r•.utup witl, clilulc•el hychuchluric ac•iel, Ir.tnsrc•rrinJ ~ co-kinetics (rc•sorlrlion, distrtbution r,ncf elimination (rur) lire t the nicotine iutu the Lycirol,hilic phasr•, removc•s thc• main lacrt of I' (1,rnism), as thc• active suhslancc for reasons of depot e•ffect w ~ eo-eatracled inlertcring suhstances. A11etwarcls the uicc,tine is i masked by a support difficult to attack. ,lransformecl into a free Wse, extracted with organic solvent and I 'delermined b~•_cl.uchrontaloyraphy, thin-layer chrornatugraphy j I o f, c~ n n n • I I 1 Cl 7 ,.. a i t
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50251 0868 6 II Un \ LITERATURE SEARCH N0.76-II ADVERSE EFFEC r S OF 0_Dal CO~~TRAC~.PTIVES AS RELATED TQ'~~ r'~!. ~COACDL~~Ti06~ ~. January 1974 through December 1975 147 Citations Prenared bu John A. Broadwi,n ' U.S. Public Health Service National ,I.ibr r.y of Medicine National Institutes of Health ~ _ „~ NLM a~u.. ~ ~,a . ~~~. ....,.r~~~. i aLed Dioiiographies produced the Library's Medical Literature Analysis and Retrieval System (MEDLARS). ection of topics is made on the basis of significant current interest in subject matter. Each Literature Search has been given a descriptive le and may include a brief explanation of the specific point of view of search. 0wl 00 110 1 1142
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Blood--Carbon M^noxide Content Ulf5'~.^..'..}3s"I, i.. . Jr. CiG~ii~YJ Zw:i~iN~L1L : ha=to3.. Rev. 324-354 (1950) ~..... .~ .r ~ i 50251 0876 V a Uu i~ 0 n n !! 1 4~ n
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i 50251 0869 46 ' RL ;~ 31 Blood. ~ Wo I Wolsten!tolme, G. M,:. W. }1ASS TRANSf'i:Iit:.', A Lii)n : Cuftdati.on 5y,.; hy G. E. ,~. y~C~tS~L'ililt~l.^.e~. di:C1 JLl37.a^. t~.11~~t1i 3.11153 310 t'agca Litt1o, 3xown aitd Czo. L'o^to. ~~ Ji ~ ~ ~
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. . • i 50251 0847 :a7COTIVr--l~ESO??PTIO~I/."!ICOTI?:I:--~1wll".~,LS/Tt F,--};I^LCi,^,T(.",L TOPACCO--S."f(ll:E--Ii:I:ALATIO?:/':IC(!TIN Ti--}'fIYSInLOGICI'.?. r.F'F7;CT/ ~ 74 X Sc . . . -. . . - . . ~ T RJR CLASS NO. 74 X Scl ~ Schievelbein, H.; ::berhardt, R.; Rahl.Es, V.; Bedall, F. K. (Univ. Munctien. Inst. Klin. Chem., Klin. $ioche.m., :.unchen, Ger. ; Inst. Datenanalyse Versuctisplanun7, ::u;:chen. Ger. ) AESO!L°TIOti OF ::ICOTI::E Tt'.ROUGH T_iE ORUI. MI[,jCOSA. II. MEASuRF.:fEtiT OFaF7dLCOllI. PRESSURE: AFTER ILPPLIC:MO:; OF :IICOTI::F. TOT,%J.+ PZ1:'.TICUL-%TE :•:a.TT::R. Agents Actions 3 (::o. 4) 259-64 (1973) (in English) *Feyworc:s:* nicotine, smoke, constituent. *1974, No. 6, W 1963* *d* Tobacco taec?icine: . _, _ ..... . ___ _ ... ._ . , .. ~.._..-~~..-_. . ~ . . ... .... . . _ ..._._. _.-T.-.. .~ ~ _ _~ . -J'__"..-~~ .....~.,...~-.-.-.-..r.+w. e ~ 1 n n n n 1 7j :? I
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f IX Re2 75 BLOOD-CARBON MONOXIDE/ i , R.TR CLASS ?~0. Ya.1iPi11,ET IX Re 75 s.p. Klimisch, H. J.; MeiBner, K.; Wernicke, H. (ForschunFsinst. Cigaretter.ind., Hanburg, Cer.) QUANTITATIVE DETER.~IINATI0N OF CARBO,i MONOXIDE IN BLOOD BY GAS CHROaATOGMPHY. Zeitschr. Ta in. Chem. Klin. Biochem.11974 (No. 12) 535-38 (19?4) +! ~ (in English) ~ *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. I ~ } . ..... I smoking. ~ *1975, No. 3, W 490* *d* Tobacco chemistry (vedicine) 4..........._._........~.c..;...+~+.'.i'.J...~.rw~i~i-i' - - -- "-.a......~..+.~rr~.w..~r.w.lOsalr._,.rb.~.:r --r..MwiZ;G...w...a~~.....::.w....,.2-.: , 0 I~l ~ n n 1 7 14 7
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50251 0871 re:,: 2slvod--Ar,a3ysis---Literature Se4§~ 11- C'• 1'. -.~..'•1^.jnr i.~~. . . .. - _ ..... , ... .... . . ..~ ~ .a:... ;. ~.. . f .. e ?Jr '! ::r~Tlx'i r c, V'i:.'%=.f'i.i~ 0 i 0! r~ ri n ri 1 7 1 4 5=
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50251 0875 VF;REAND DER CIG.'RETTENI"1DUSTRIF., !2ISSENSCHEiI•'TLICHE FORSCIiOPNGSSTELLE/ 75 X K1 _ALOOD--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT/. • - ..... RJR CLASS NO. PMti'HLET 75 X 1:1 l:htdsch, ll. J. ; Chevalier, H. J. ; Harke, H. P. ; Dontcnwill, GJ. (Forschungsinstitut CiEarettenind., Ha:nhurS, ^ver.) UPTAKE OF Ce~1R_80DE I,M N liLO-OF MINATURE PIGS AND OTHER :tA*L-iALS, Toxicol. 3, 301-310 (175) (in English) *1975, No. 5, W 1380* *d* Tobacco medicine: 0 1[) o ft f?. I 7 1 4 9
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50251 0867 i 7 Q. illus., dlagrs. 28 cm. ConTeNrs.-1. Bd. (,'hemtschQr Apparatebau und PerfahrenStechnik. Ll:ood, v.4. i c Ullmann. Fritz, 1875- ed. EncykloPii3ie der technisclsen Chemi~,~ 3., viillib neu g~- stsltete Au(l. in Ge.moinschafi mit S. Balke tet al.i hrsg. von Wilhelm Poerst. Afunchen, Urban & SchwarzenbcrU, 19i 1;57. i L Chemistry, Technical-Dictionaries-German. L Foerst, Wtl- belm, 1S'98-- ed. n. Title. TP9.IIG14 52-25376 Llbrary of Congres3 tS1g2l ~r}..•...v.r..w..xe~ • a ~? I 0 0 0 0
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50251 0779 f 78 XZ Adl-l9 Medical Jour of Australia 1(8)344(]A79) S,p, PRINT READERSHIP AA°D CIGARL•'TTE USAGE by f ~/l'(t1tJT Ii[AUEtt ;Inr ANp / / CIGAttEITC USAGE/ SIR TWO wrntCrs fruru the flcp,nlnrr/• ~t o/ StansNC•.. Unrvw-rtidy nt \'V;ruriuo, Canaua/t.1 [ Thonrfr;nn , nrl 1V. f Forbes, havc tuur.hr•d m forne p':rhnen( ponds (Joutual• F clrtuary 1F11~ n resporrsS to sr.mr cirtrcr resul(s I pu6h;Ycd Cmrctrr.mry s•n ;/:rng. Faoure on my pnrl to rcply could make them thing thry had Lrcn sub(r.ctcd to a snow jr)b by a Chiard. Cnnwtp,cntly, I 5hou1tl hy to clear the Iir about smu1,tncj as rnuch trs possrblt:. Of nccessrty ttht• poinls lhornpson ancl Forbes rarsed eannot b: Oseussed in cornp/eie detad hrrc because of strate Irrnrtahonl, In thc event that my eomnrents do not supply sulfrcicnl d^tail, lan 1.1cNa,r. Cl:aunwn uf Urrr,cturs- of MCNarr Anclerson Jlssocrates (Ihe people whn drd the market rr•so•arch) has inchratreJ he v:al supply further detarls should 1hompson and FOrbes wnh to hinr directly. Thompson ar.d Fortics first raise the puint eOncermn3 s.'rnt•Img errur lhrs pprrl I Clearly' trcor~nircd and tno* account of by us+ny Su-lr. phtJSCS Bs 'app;ucrrt rncunctctcncrc~:' ancl !mi:nt' 1UrthCr e4\nlrnoli0n". lhcy cJrry oui SCinie simple Calcut:,tions on Ih- has , of at,oul r.nn ccadcrs t l Weelly about 2`rUU. Thompson and F orbes made a second point about vnder•reporting. It is pcrlrncrd to mrntron that the.survcy on crgaretle smoking vr,s parf Of a larqcr strn'ey on a vancty Of producls. 'nd it wouhf 2ppcar thnt no undue emphasrs wa5 {riaeed on sninkinct trehaviour alone, nor wcre sanctions aptrtred it a resuondcnt did smot.e. Geyond that I eoutd not comment lurther at this time_ The third point made by Thompson and Forbcs may tbe vahrl. Nowet•er, to e.am nc ti:rt 1 poin( in depth (apart fronr adluctinq for clc•(no 1 graphic varnablca suct, as i9o, se: and arlucauon) account would have tn b_ taken of p:nd advertrs j• ing. unt•aid advwtic.mq and htcvytc rnessm tcs appearmg in publrcalronS. At thrs Um<: I a:n not stvc.re of ar,yonc who has disentanplcd such variables succcsslutly. Thc tinal point mad^, by lhornpson end Forbcs is one I dtcd not toueh upon bet.ause such data, as far as I I:now, arc not avarlable. Fpr Shose people who are mtcrestrd in yntOl.ml( lrt•nds' cspecially of the younc~. I Conclut!c by an•rnq a fcw relev;mt st.msncs (torn thc 1978 10 1919 R1tNair Andrrsnn strrvcy (sirmptc size 11313). lht•sn s(nhstrrs .ppcar to im1',aN: that thr pcrCentaqes o/ crr,.irvur rr" Uar•rc n...~.... ••.. ti p 1 t1 n tt (1 1 l t~ ~~
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,i'JI IKo Blood---Carbon Moncxide Content i 50251 0874 C;aria. u; E:azat;eth TY.E >O's? 4p +`,1rjq.n- ?: FiN;:` ~CIa~ A, :1 PlrTfiiC O:i ti;3w i?Y ~. ,.., .. . r11tJ Y,} I'i;3ky.'C£Z) Srii: E::;~°s aS (L'niversity oi Pennsylva;ija, Ph. D. Ti+.csi3) 3951 1.2 l'xgas ::a:.veraity Aan Ar::,tt 's. :...:.N_ ~ 1~ 0 ct ~l ~7 t~~=
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VOL. 1: CARDIOVASCUI.A K aL0l- l:re./ cu.eu.~--,~~.,:.,,~. ~, ,.,.,,, "I -...-, ...,.. ...._.. ... .. W VLl\.IGASTROENTEROLOGY/IIE,'4ATOLOGY/LEUI:E'.•tIA/3LOOD/I?L`tU:10LOCY/A:4TIGL'';& & ANTI13ODIES/ VOL. 2: DISEASES, II.FECTIVE AND PAP.ASITIC/+iEUROLO(;Y/ONCOLOGY/CAt1CER--C(IL•"•10T1IrRAPY/ HODKINS DISEASE/CANCER--CLIivICAL ASPECTS/" -.I•'LUNGS--CANCER/PSYCIIIATF.Y/ ALCOHOLISM/RESPIRATORY TRACT--IDISEASES/ASTII1rIA/BR0:ICHIAL DISEASI:/ KIDNEY/ ~~ 1 SCIL ENX, IT11. C .~ :~.~.IC~ ~~ D ~ I VOLU"IE 1 and 2. Edward Rubenstein, M.D., r.A.c.P. Associate Dean for Postgraduate Medical Education and Professor of Clinical fl-ledicin: Stanford University School of Medicine EDITOR IN CHIEF Daniel D. Federman, M.D., F.A.c.P. Professor of Medicine and Dean for Students and Harvard Medical School EDITOR O ! l) l1 tA tl 1 I i i C1 Scientific American, New Yor I
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' 50251 087U AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/C}IEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--QUANTITATIVE/ CHEMISTRY, ORGAIDIC--ANALYTIC/BIOLOGICAL CHEtiISTRY--ANALYSIS/URIA'E--ANALYSIS/ BLOOD--ANALYSIS/ QD 117 Un 1977 N10SH"" MANUAL F zC, ANALYTICAL lYd12", TE'dOD5 SECOND EDITION .; I'a~'t I NI`Q~I- II Moaiitori«g Methods ,`/a Part II Standards L'oiiipletion Program Validated Methods Part II Standards Completion Program Validated Methods ~ld ~• 3 c.~ ~ ~Ca David G. Taylor, Ph.D. Manual Coordinator ' U.S. DI:PARTI1fI.N't' OF IiEAI;I•II, EDUCATION, AND 1`'ELhARE ~~ Public Hcalth Sc:vicc ~ fl ~ ~ 7 ' Ccnter for llise;tse Control rtia:i:.~>L]+tutitAitr far C1: r_jjielt~n _n15-A•tv inrl 1 irnlth
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_ _ - - . MONOX-- - - BLOOD•--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT/TOfiACCO--SrtOKI1JG---CARBON. - -- IDF, CONTENUOF BLOOD/ CARBON MONOXIDE--BLOOD/ ; _ ..~ >-~-- aD e- m', 2240 St RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 St 1973 °~ 1973 Stewart, R. D.; Baretta, E. D.; Platte, L. R.; Stewart, E. B.; Dodd, H. C.• Donohoo, K. K.• Graff • S. A. . • Kalbfleisch. J. H. . • Hake, C. L.• Yserloo, B. V.; Rimm, A. A.; Newton, P. E. (Medical Coll. Wisc., Dep. Environ. Med., Milwaukee, Wisc., U. S . ) "NORldAL" rARBOXYHE*IOGLO8IN LEVELS OF BLOOD DONORS IN THE UNITED STATES. Envir. ;Sed. MCW CRC-COtib-73-1, report. variously paged (May 1973) (in English) i4974, No. 10, W 3985* 3kds` Tobacco ried;.L:inc: ; .. .. . -•n~- .-.•.-,_..-.-.....-.,,.-.-.~.-...~...........~., ...,....~ . . C1 i n no r~ 1 7 1S ,'~
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B1ood--Coagulatioa, .v.8 i 50251 0879 +~-i`'i.~.Iry~f` y~N •vL'J 1 t 4..i..'...ri - i [:S.V Edli:c.Q 5j 1:...:y S^biJtka FSlIC: C. P. 19G5 ?=, r• ~lI~C.l:~.~:, ' ^ r.L~i14 ?+~LY ~V~•' L. ~ 7 ~ ; :~ 0 / ~j f~ n 0
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. k 7,zoX naN ~ sa3v3 6ZaT : t ~ I U u 'oo ^0'.xTiildjTqna .t;;'FnaST:I 696Y 1.:LtUYTal Pt!u Cx...cliJ4~f\/ `aai.I~CI~yV~3 Z960 LSZOS w aS ~ •ua}z~Zn~~o~--pooxa Z69 ~ OS ~
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9 Ko Blooa-- -£iocne:;ii s~ry 50251 08U Y•.avs3sl:is "E. 17.11/V•";~:I" w y f'tn• ~' 5~~~ ~ 1Gas:+~. • Colloa.uiu~. ;-,ld c-~ Orc r-31aa oP tr4 tbird r;~ctin3 of :Fhe Fcdtxnti.on oi° European Lio- chcmiCal icC:.OtiCu., tlo~~:+it'.~ by tF33 Pol1.^-.'Cl Si.o,:hcmiCz~i. uo-ciety., Varszawaj, April kd7r,965 edited by E. &nd S. hi.eNiurows?c9.. 1957 193- rp• Academ.to PF^ess London t ,.,~..._.__.'..,...._r, '0 1 n n, n n 1 7 1.1 6
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50251 0877 >~ Se r B1s~cr3--~Csrhon iscr_axi~ e con~n~. $eifp,rt, P. DER PHYS.IOLOGISCHE,KOHLENOXYDGEHALT~.DES" •, BLUTES. _ ( The physiolohical carbon.monoxide content of tio11d.0.... ._: _._.,: ,_. ,... ... Dtsch. Med. Wschr,, 76.. (N.O.. 43) 134.4-,45 .. (OctQbe,r. 26,: 1951)_ - Photostat" ' - . , . .. .. . .. . ~ . . .~ ~ . ~ ~. s. I c a 0 1 r~ n n o 1 1 i; i
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. ..:.:.a::.~-...~:..._. _..a.x.... _.a... ..~_..___..r.. 50251 0881 1 i QP 501 Bload--Coagalatiaci, v. 4. C, h.`s'!"r"e1 CaIPARATiYC BTWHEj1.3•S11:Ya edited hq 3'r1- cp-, I'1.oz•kin aall s:cwar:i So i:asoa, of o lrti~- ~:ct:~~:~aa ~aag i:3W Ccnto~;~e, ~- :. lp 2e 31 York .. c . - ~: :4t11na f fG~I~I.S dr ~~{~ . f f. a '0 1 Ct 0 t1 n I? I 5
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~ 645 Iiiood--_Di;;eases 50251 088& ~ Di y I pE N, R. GCrLUG~NDC7 ftEL7. ~.: SXS:rL'~~ _....•;l'::~:_.f:i.P+- a .. ' .,-. . Symposivm on AthE rveOtc.:re-- ~ . •,i ~f• t ~• y ~,. 'ICS jr. «. ~ ~ . T,.vlc~'rs} 'r'uJ. 3.) ~ P2.-rn.v:r Preis c 516 Prt~£a X'ark . o i n~ n ri I 7I :-- 7
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50251 0W0 ,G01 B1ooa-•-Goaguiation, V. 30 d t;d.vacc.ee in enzytioingy a.nd relatAd enbjccts,,,.vo1.1- 1.94!.- Newr Yari:, Intarscience pebj in'r_cri: , 3ec.,I941- v. '?lun.,*_~~~.c~ ,_~~~.c~, diabrc. 23 Z!? cn. ::.:acrrs: 1941- F. F. t:ord, C. F.. Wex°lman Bibliogrephq at end of each imonagrnph. a n fl Cl i t~ S, S 7
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r oD co 0 74 X Rul TOIiACCC!--S11rri:T~~i~--CAkI:OTT T•KlNn):7})F CCi7Tri:'I- 0?' RI.O i?i/ C~' :11? 'IBACCO/ . . -._. TOI'~ACCO-'SA101:&--GARTiON MONC)XID~?,/CAR}30V }tO;iUt:IT ?,--TiLO..'`;5/ }:lR CLASS NO. PA;R'}IT.T:T 74 X Rul ltussell, M. A. }i. (institute Psychiatry, London, Ct. };rit.) -}iL00D CaRBOXYiIAX.MCGLOEIN- C1IANGES T)t'}tTNG T0}3ACCO St-AKING. e Po st8rad. I}ed. Jour. 1.973 (No. 49) G84-87 (Oct. 1973) (in English) A-1974, No. 12, W 4810* *d* Tobacco medicine: ---r--~ , . .. . . .; ; . s ` -7
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Ab 50251 0895 RC 71 Ro 1979 LUNGS--DISEASES--DIAGNOSIS/BIOENGINEERING/ HEART--DISEASES--DIAGNOSIS/tDORBRDCNRB ELECTRICAL PEDANCE/ BLOOD FLOW /PLETHYSMOGRAPHY/BLOOD PRESSURE/DIAGNOVS/ V/IVIEDICAL PHYSICS SERIES NON-INVASIVE J'HYSIOLOGICAL ' MEASUREMENTS Edited by Peter Rolfe VOLUME 1 1979 Bioengineering Unit, Department of Academic Press University of Oxford,,~ohn Radclifj' Oxford, England London • New York • San Francisco 0 1 ji u n of }c o~i B~ ~.r Ir•
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50251 0896 i Blood Flow, v.3 i+.n..i.ttZp r;. tian rr,~ka '19fi4 459 Yagus knnur? i:rvt.ews, 'AvM_. Pa:o Al¢:?j Oalir.• C) ~ 0 I ~~ ~ n t7 ! 7 1 7 0
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. 50251 0891 PROTEASES, CYSTEINE, titration of/CASEIN SUBSTRATES, proteolytic . .i _._,.._...__ ~ PROTEASES from Gametes and Developing Embryos/PEPTIDASES/ activi ties on/BLOOD C1.OTTINC I:NZYAirS/KALI.IKREINS/ : QP ' A1 c~l~ .o~lsr~~z ~r~ro~ ~b~ tr ~ (Sidney P. Coloc,•ick, 601 Co c~l~.o~ls i~z T editor) 1976 ~ i P Volume XLV, ~ ~/.~'~~t~hol ~t~ic y:~l7,z~~71z.cs .~ ~,. . Pu.rc B EDITED 13Y Lrrszlo,Zc»•a.nd i nf-.,LrMl:Nr oF• 1 9 cnl:Ml•T1li' Avn „wj.()c,Y t)\(H01111TNTI7RV I'V1Cl'RsITY eVANSTnx, !i.i.ixal.
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~ 0251 0885 RB Blood--Hydrogen ion content i ~ 40 Ad , t'~YTyt~p•k:~~f Ii! OV!tr({ Uf {laA7 4VJU1.ha criN C. 1956- 336 p 9 r, E n o o
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50251 oas9 RB 45 La S 1934 ; ~ , B L-Q flXD• + C RE j•I TS•T R~~.T~ .I.. 4jISj H1-4 ~,T~DBOOK, Containir:g up-lo-da!c iEsorn:ation ori sirupli,itd mcthods and ,aflparatus /or Llood ti:ar.islry as re•.cruircd in , Au routine pradiu t oI mcdicira i I \ . rVTiust[ED sY :KY R.LSEAI:CH LAF.Oft•1-50kIF.S oJlAm LA'MorrE ClrrMucAf. PRof•.UCrs COMPANY DiYIS1OX OF FLOCG CIlE\tISTc--'a .SPPAAATUS • . McCutmicl BuitAir.g Baftimore, llarylaud, V. S. A. , All tricss strljecd to ckmzg.r ~~h.nnt notice GDT4u riH iy !.e Vst'a CAn.icJ P.~Irt4 Csl~= ~ti.ws. Jll.. U. S. A. . lrir'.f i. U. S.l- iy 11'.cr:y P.os.7c.,14.~~~.e... Yl., V. S. A. 1 ? ! ~:, : n
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50251 0858 ~ 1'' Ix Fslood Grael '.s l:crnpnyt R. S. TMi.1liv,a.:10:I L`:: h`f~I.lTTI!;r3:,i:Itit3 i A DE Y D r'4 PAP:;L DL CULZLUS T,t•: (:T\,AM1 ILZ+OS (Jetermin.:tion of A and t's Argiutinogem in C3.F;afettQ-I3u[t I'aper), by R. S. Craalls Kxmpny and i1. 11. A;>prea .k% Anoc. Quim. Arront. 59 (No. 1) 59-61 (1971) In Spanish iith Engliah Su=ary 7r-...,_ ' ., . _77N~`.- . (~ 1(1 fJi n
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6 81 II Da 50251 0859 AIL.r I 981. Rfi, 129-133 _ Activatio of ~ lood Coagulation during nh;~lation Challenge Tests ~ R. D-mHI. and P. Vkx(a: Ab Gnitrnilt 1h•Irinmrnt of \Ittilidur and HrrmatuloTt, Aarhu. (:.Klnn Hu+piud. Aarhu.. !)rnulerL, and I)rpl. uf Clinita' Chrnnurt .uid Luny; \laliilnr. t•nicrrsith ol t'ppwla. 5wrtlrn k Nrunthial ch.dlrn/;r tr.rc wrrr 1N11111111r/I in I/i aahmrtit wbjrcn.. F.il;hi /Ir\'rI/11NtiI au immrtlirlr and right a tlu.d a.thluatw rrslKlusr In all p.nirut. .rn.d hltrkl uunlllr. writ• analurJ lul plaanlr lrt:Jlililatiuu timr and Fanul XII amaliOnl ra1r. In :dl ina.uHr• I pluhnlnd ~hUllrnlllg ill Ihr rrSJk7/NJIN/11 11111r Ma. 1uund. INU onlh ill pelirm. with a 1111.11 rra.ulx• u,uld dll I1/rrrdwYl :kcthation r.ur of Fattnl XII IK• drutirJ A L,.iiitr aulir- I.ItMql• JIIIIUugh Kr.7L• Mdf Iu(/II/I IN'IKrI'll thr 1111H• Iul nmmmuml .hniirning ill rl.rkelna- I ii m tiwr "d tlir tinlt• 401 unay ul tlir Lur rr.KtiInl. ') he 1.11141% .u}gr.t. a 1 t•I.uP nn.hill IK•- INtYMI :N71\.IIMIII /II IIkMKI r/al;ul.uiun /,w tut. and Iht• ltlw• ill a.1hnlaii. I1'.IM/II%r l'IH Ill•/I ahrl thallrngr It•sl. An r..I, ~ Al,.r.l n~~Ja~~Mi: t.r.nrhtat acthnu: F.rux \II. inh.laMm rhatkuRr 1ra: plJalll., /M1/tt IfNAtMNI rtin,e' ..t? • . .. .... . (
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50251 0851 ~ ' !i ~ THE EhFEC.L'S OF VERY LOW DU Sisr c.ll \'F,r;il>l,IZf'D :iAI,INI:, AND 1'iN~.~'~1~Yrrl:i~?+;T.~J `~~'~1~Yrrl:i~?+;T.~J`~ Z6)OPIR,3'I`:?1•:r~1'1~I1:" f1'~ GASES IN h~3~.TIjsi~1'd',~i ~t'1:'!' IIf;l;Ia~3I'~'IC: Yl:iZO~`~.-~I'~'€S1 ~.: I?ANIEL J. STONB, CALIXTO ZALDIVAI;., ANn IIA1tOLL` h1;L'1'7: SUAiAfi'RI ;__* A study w::4 desigued to determine the effects on ventilztion, blood ga~a, and forced e:: pirr;to:y vo?ume in subjects wrt.h bronchitis of 10 pg of isoproterenol administered intra- ver.ously and by nebulization and to compare the effects with tliossa of intr,-,,venous and nehulizc:d saline. Intravenous isoproterenol increased ve,:til.ztion and heart rate. but had a vArirble cffeet on blood oxygen tension. Nebulized isoprotcrcnol produced an increase in arterial oxygen tension 30 minutes after nebulization, ;vithout any systernic eiiect or im- provement in forced expiratory volume in one second. Nebulization of mline resulted in a ciecrease in both arterial oxygen and carbon dioxide tensions. It was concluded that smnll doses of i.soproterenol idrninist.ered by neblilization favorably affected arterial otygen tension by imp rovi.n;; ventila.tion-perfusion rela.tionslips Fnd that this occurred independently of its li I a bronchodilating effect. 0o o n n (1 1 7 1 i r
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I 77 III Po . 50251 0865 • " i CHRO`tATOGRAP1?IC ANALYSIS-- AS CHRO~!ATOr,RApliy/Fo . nY FLL'IPS/tJRIr:F--ANALYSIS/ Use of Gas Chromatography and~ ass Spectrometry rLOOn4~UrKtj/ to Analyze Underivatized Volatile Human or Animal Constituents of Clinical Interest I CIIN.eHEM.22/11, t»s=t7salts7sl i leva R. Politzer, Betty J. Dowty, and John L. Laseterl The study of vo!atilizable components in human and animal samples by gas chromatography and mass spectrometry is reviewed for the years 1970-1975. Only naturally vol- atile, underivatized compounds are considered, from sources such as body fluids, tissues, and breath. Where possible, the clinical samples are discussed in terms of normal profiling, aberrations associa!ed with disease states, and specific compound analyses. A brief descrip- live technical section is included, stressing types ol sample preparation c+~fr enly b?~g ned.n o ( r or aninial origin. Furthermore, only GC-MS-CONMP analysis techniques are discussed, used separately or in combina tion. The review is organized to first present a section on technolol;y that is subdivided to include di: cussions of general CC-\1S usage and preparative methods of sample analysis. '1'he results ubt;,ine;l by usinb these teclmiques Will be clisctis~ed in the followin;; sections. A short section of concluding ret;i.~rks describes in £%cral lerms the state of the art as well as ful•.trc po- tential. t
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50251 09ft BLOOD-PRESSURE/ Cardiovascular~;~sychop hysiolo ~. gy RC ~ 681 current issues in Ob response mechanisms, 1974 v6iofeedback, and methodology ALDINE PUBLISHING COMPANY/chicago ~ CC . . 0A n V n..n 17 1 A... 9, ., I edited by Paul A. Obrist A. H. Black Jasper Brener Leo V. DiCara I , . . . I
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50251 -0884 ~~ ~, 12 i B 1S1.Gfid --Ftui'_C:b C::?•:. Ab AlLruan, Yhilin L comp. 131cxhi and other bcxly fluids. Anziysis and compilst.on by Philip L. Altrnln. Edited by Dorothy S. Dittmer. 1're- pared under the auzpices of the Committee on L;i6lot ical Handbooks. «"nsniT;nton, `r'ederatior. of Amer;can. Societ.ies for haperime%tnl Bioloa t19G11 zvtt, 540 p. illuy. (part col.) dtaga., tablea. 29 cm. (B[otogical handbooks) Includes bibllographles. 1. Blood. 2. Body fluida L Dittmer, Dorothy S., ed. n. Title. QYJ1.A515 612.11082 61-12371 Idbrary of Congress J 1eP,3fil 0 1 n () n n 1 7 !:; A
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_-.....~ - ._.._..~: 50251 0894 =::.:::.~...~:,._... _~ ._._...~.~ ~_. _.,.__ ~- . ..... L.._. i •74 X -Lu, _- TOBACCO--SIIOI:ING---CIRCULATION, : EFFFCT ON/ ... . ' TOBACCO-~-STIOKING--IIF,ART, FFFFCT ON/ Ludbrool;, J.; Vincent, A. li.; Walsh, J. A. (Univ. Adelaide, Dep. SurB., Adelaide, S. A»st., Aust.) THE EFFECTS OF SHAM SrfOKIi:G AND TOBACCO SM-O:,ING ON IIAND ; RJR C:LASS 140. PAI•iPI1LI:T X Lul Ajebak 52 (Pt. 2) 285-90 (1974) (in English) *1974, No. 17, W 7178* *d* Tobacco riedicine: = ...T. . ' , __~,,,... . , .... , nP 1 4
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ri 50251 0910 , HYPERTENSION/ HEART--DISEASES/ RC 685 So 1981 Bio~c hemical Regulation of,~lood Pressure i / edited by 0 '; JOHN WILEY & SONS , RICHARD L. SOFFER Cornell University Medical College, New York i A Wiley-Interscience Publication :n NM Yprk7• thidhestgr - Brisbane - Toronto a
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50251 0906 IIEARTBEATS,lBL00D PRESSURE/BRAIN WAVES/' PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY/` . %FEEDBACK/r1USCLES/ .• . - ` . . ! BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ B 319 Br NEW IVIIND 1974 ~ $ARBARA B. BROWN. PE.D. -2 C• NEW BODY ! : : .ko-Feedback: New Directions for the Mind wp ? ' . ; SARPER & ROW, PUBLISHERS ; I 0 Aw.7aIS EoanBOn, Sae F.enct.co Lo.dao Im S 1817 i Z i i
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50251 0903 Q 123 Fi B.""..t!"- ~i~,.:~J!'~±~+?Sh::j('{VLi~~~.i LAf.iSl~i`.~ Altua!, Philip L co;,~x. • Blood and other body fluids. Analysis and compilation by Pliilip L. 11itman. Edited by Dorothy S. Dittmer. Pre- pared under the auspices of tho Committee on Liolohiczl Handbooks. 11'ashington, Federation of American Societic~s for I:xperiineiital Biology 119E11 xrii, 540 p. lana. (part col.) dlagrs., tables. 29 cm. (Biolobical handbooks) Includes bibllograpbicg. 1. I31ood. 2. Body fluids. i. Dittmer, Dorothy S., ed. n. Title. I QP91. A515 012.11082 G1-12371 Library of Congress jafi3fi*I 7 7
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50251 0907 art Sidney P. Colowick Nathan 0. Kaplan a QP 601 Co 1981 EDITED BY Laszlo Lorand i BLOOD CLOTTING ENZYMES/BLOOD PRESSURE/ Methods in Enzymology Volume 80 Proteolytic Enzymes P C EDITORS-IN-CHIEF DEPARTMENT OF BIOCHEMISrRY, MOLECULAR AND CELL BIOLOGY NORTHWESTERN UNIVERSITY BVANSTON, H.LINOIS ACADEMIC PRESS b N a h l h S d J P 1981 racr ovanowc a ar o.corrn , u nt A rary oJ w n o t 7 1 R ' New York London Paris San Diego San Francisco Sao Paulo Sydney Tokyo Toronto
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50251 0904 • RC 681 Be 1980 I O i HYPERTENSION/CHILDREN/ATHEROSCLEROSIS IN CHILDREN/DIET AND DISEASE/ BLOOD PRESSURE/ ~ /BOGALUSA HEART STUDY/ ~.. . .. . Cardiovascular Ri s k Facto rs in Children The Early Natural History of Atherosclerosis and Essential Hypertension GERALD S. BERENSON, M.D. and C. A. McMahan, Ph.D. Antonie W. Voors, M.D., Dr.P.H. Larry S. Webber, Ph.D. Sathanur R. Srinivasan, Ph.D. Gail C. Frank, R.D., M.P.H. Theda A. Foster, M.S. Caroline V. Blonde, M.D., M.P.H. With the editorial assistance of Caroline Andrews, B.A. and Helen E. Hester, M.A. Louislana State University New York Oxford OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1980
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. 01 TOBACCO-- S?tOKINC'~--BLOOD/ 77 X Ni Armitage, A. K. ? 50251 0902 : COTININE/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--BIOLOGICAL TESTIAC/ RJR CLASS NO. PA.*iP1iLET 77 X Ni . *(no affil.)* BLOOD,:LkV9,LS;'OF NICOTINE: ANDi OTININE~,AT.TAINED DURING SMOKINGa' Nicotine Workshop; Stockholm, Swed., paper, 24 p.*(Nov. 1974) (in English) (Previous reference - abstr. only - complete paper available now) ~~~~~ J~No~•r that methods for measurir.g these levels are ava.il- '~ able COHb, nicotine and nicotine metabolites should be reasured routinely. i I have not answered the question whether non-irihol-ing cigar smo.ker's i=eally ! are smoking for nicotine. I think that if you inhale your cigarette smoke , it is such an efficient way of self-administering nicotine that it must ;be one of the reasons for smoking. One of our subjects clearly was a 1 noV ..non-inhaling cigar smoker and we couldIneasure any_nicot.ine_or any_coti nine in his blood. } .. ~ i~ _._. . _.: . _ ... - e
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50251 0913 ~RC 2b1 ~ xO Blood SliBar i ; a Rodrll.e, J. I. JiAPPY P1:0;'Li: iUt,RELY C :~T CANCER 1970 212 Par-)as Rodale Prega, Iite. Er.traus, Pis, ~ ,~..~..~e.. . -n n rt n 1 71 A 7
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50251 0899 e. 'T . s P- A• . ... . Ab DISEASES--CAUSES AND THEORIES OF CAUSATION/ ' LUNCS--CANCER/S!IOF:INC AND HEALTH/TOiSACCO--SMOKINC--REALTH EFPECT/ &/OXFORD MONOGRAFNS ON MEDICAL GENETICS lss ~B~~~~Z C~UPS;"~-1~`X,DISEA,SEA Mo • 1978 A STUDY OF ASSOCIATIONS OF DISEASES WITH BLOOD GROUPS AND OTHER POLYMORPHISMS / A. E MOURANT i, e n.C.. o Y. (ouwA)6 rJ Cl (ln.M.C r.R.f..AIM.. r...7. A*M4 O..,w. Mnp, r A.rvr. Cr.J L..~.RU M L.rW... fw,r~ir, tMwa.... l.+L. A...6 F/..Mnn, b..r L, . x.......,.. ~, ..,*.4.v., N..y..W. 1..... , Ar..rlJ /4.rc_. V/1 CC i'.W Gw.y. A.kn+.. 4A.n/.r.. /...i.. i.r.rr rw.t "wr 4S,nbll. C.4.d.. t'....wl - w t'Ny y.V.. r..t ADA C. KOPEC . b r lu.t.) Mr.b.fr,i,ririw. M.R f S~.Cr.d Pq..y,.n fn.r,r, LNw.xrl. L..A. A/.My f/i/YTMl X4/11 /1.N/ 4,.r C,.IL. t-lt. KAZIMIERA nOAtANI(:WSKA-SODCZAK Y na. (.aw~ A,L.A. Erwrb Libvr.. M R.C Jw.b~.l IM..4n.. G~,1.M•.r..~. L.,.t+ IrwMl Ld..ra AyMM iwJ 4,.p Cwr.. I~Jn. 7 3 WITH AX APPENniX 9T LARS P. RYDER AND ARNESYFFOAARD OXFORD OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS NEW YOtR IORONIO
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i 50251 0909 RC 71 Ro 1979 0 LUNGS--DISEASES--DIAGNOSIS/BIOENGINEERING/ HEART--DISEASES--DIAGNOSIS/tNRKNRDOgg ELECTRICAL VWPEDANCE/ BLOOD FLOW /PLETHYSMOGRAPHY/BLOOD PRESSURE/DIAGNOSIS/ ,A1EDICAL PHYSICS SERIES NON-INVASIVE v~'~-IYSIOLOGICAL _, Editrd d y MEASUREMENTS Peter Rolfe VOLUME 1 1979 Academic Press London • New York • San Francisco A Subridiary of Narc rl B~ t cJr'~Publulurr n ~ {'~` :t °~ ~`t'° Bioengineering Unit, Department of University of Oxford, )1ohn Radclif j` Oxford, England
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RL 31 50251 0915 i B1ood vessels. {Jolstenholnme, G. E. Wa (ed,, CI:RCULATORY AND RESP1RA7ORY MA9S TRANSPOR1~`, A Ciba FoundatiQn Syrnposf.um, Ecl;tea by a, E. u. Wol.slenho2iae and 3uli.e Kni$ht 1969 310 Pages Little, f3roara an.d Co. pr,ato-fi ~l 9 n(~ n ct 4~~~~
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JTK 7370 B1 ]J\'~ e11Dl- 50251 0917 I;f,S h~',wir S (Gniee-mf.ty of C,;liforala, Berkeley, Letters snd Science ExLensicn Series) 1968 172 Pages Z;~ile.-~ y New York I r ) I n n n o 1 1 1 9 I
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IX Re - S.P.2 (2- ) 117 (y7~J SocieW Francaise de l3iologic Clinique Communications scientifiques 1Y'{JyroR~ ' N..j„ UL-©0@ . ~~~~9~'~!~~1! ~?SS!!C 0~(YGE1i11T~0~1-~ "f=C OttNARA'fiV E'-"5'fiUt~t?`~fF~`5?1G~;~"'itS~ A71~: t10~~ 4~t~aY,E:RS. ` rI g1g ~ StANCE DU 12JANVIER 1979 Oxycarbonr.mie et oxygGnation tissulaire. Etude com- "' parative chez les fumeurs et non-fumeurs, par P. Hari- chaux, M. Freville (Amiens). Le pr6sent travail porte sur I'etude 'de l'influence du tabagisme chronique sur I'oxygenation du sang et sur son aptitude 6 oxyg6ner les milieux tissulaires. Chez 81 fumeurs et 77 non-fumeurs vrais. hommes et femmes, tous sujets sains, c'age moyen (28.5 + 4,1 ans) et d'activite (de type sedentaire) cornparables, nous avons donc mesur6 sur sang veineux peripherique : Hb„CO, pH. P„ COz, P„ 02, Hb~ Oz. Hb, hematocrite, 2-3-DPG et calculb S„02f ainsi que P 50 par deux m6- thodes. L'ensemble de nos resultats montre que Ie taba tsme Q~adu~ Iesffpe()ussftis flivanjes :7 I I', ~ -('oxycarbon6mie moyenne est nettement plus elev6e chez les furneurs (5,1 % en HbCO) quo chez les non- i 50251 0886 r---- ~. 2 77 sf . imp6ratif est I'emploi de solvants lourds (solvants chlo- rEs) dont Ia polaritc peut etre modifiee a volonte par I'addition de solvants plus polaires (acetate d'cthyle) ou moins polaires (ether de petrole). Los rendements d'ex- traction ont ete determines sur des echantillons d'urine hydrolyses additionnes de traceurs radioactifs. Ces ren- dements, etablis sur au moins 10 essais, sont reportes dans le tableau suivant : Steroide Solvent Rendement d'extraction on 120 s (moyenne + SI OHA Trichlorf~thylene 93 + 5.6 Cortisol Chloroforme 90 14,0 Estrone Chloroforme 80 72,5 ± 7,0 Estrad~ol AcEtate d'bthyle 20 95,376.6 Estriol 81,074.5 a
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50251 0916 3t 131ood Vesse3s and Cir, culazisA v.2 ~ Ad } ' v. 7 .~ f a:t1'MES IN FsIn"X UR s::~a, ool, 1-7, P~4ecMf~g~t ox S;nmposia on th.: i{!:o?ogy o~ Skin ;.eld at The Urdvcxaity of Ceeg: n r:edicpl School 1960-•66 7 Volls. :' fl ~ Pergamon Pzeso Oxiord t s r :0 1 0 n n 0 1 1 1 9 n.
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i DERMATOLOGIC DISEASES/DISEASES, INFECTIOUS/ENDOCRINE DISEASES/ IM~iUNOLOGY/LUNGS--CANCER/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ BLOOD DISEASES/ALLERGIC DISEASES/GASTROINTESTINAL DISEASES/LIVER/ HEART--DISEASES/LUNGS--DISEASES/F:IDNEY--DISF.ASES/ RA 638 Fu 1978 1 I 0. ~'•~'`~..•-er~`~., .. - H. Hugh Fudenberg, MD Joseph L. Caldwell, MD Edited by ~ Professor and Chairman Assistant Professor of Medicine Department of Basic and Clinical Immunol University of California, San Francisco and Medical University of South Carolina, Char Fort Miley Veterans Administration Hospital, San Francisco Daniel P. Stites, MD J. Vivian Wclls, MD, FFiACP, FRCPA Associate Professor of Laboratory Medicini Senior Staff Specialist in Clinical lmmunolcgy Director, Immunology Laboratory Kolling Institute of Medical Research University of California, San Francisco Royal North Shore Hospital, Sydney AI\ E Jf dical Pu~~jcat~ns Los Altus, California 94022 dllnftca ~~ ~ rszk- EDITION • nrKmOoy e
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50251 0901 III Da9--73 .!~ ,r.,„ 11 . C Amer. Iad. llig. As.=ri^. Jour. 34(3) ].C12-9(1573) A. f.7;AR. ;`;.D., :1. J. TRC)CH:MOti1'IC%, Sc.D., J. 13. TERA.IL.L, Ph.I)., ~ anr.1 L. S. \f~;iJ_lti F'. i_ dtt Pccr de A'rt:rours artJ Co nrrart}, Ilas.{tIl Labcrarury fctr Toxirolvgp atrd 1crlu.['ria! Veait•ine, {G'iirrtirr, tcrr, Delaware 19898 Urtor,cstl,rriztd be:+:;ie dn;s [+erc etipo:eJ !o concetUrstions [A fi,rorocarbou.-U aurl flunroc:•rt,.:n-I 2 stiLirh h: d.-ccti rtpurtcd to producc cardiac s^resiriia.iot,. llurin3; nt!d sttcr l/tc c.pn.urr. artcriaf :;r.d icucws bloc•d s:munirs sccrc oLt:tirsed for fiuu- roc:ubuu aaatysi5. '1l;c bluoci etns;riitrativu ro•c• :::'idi}• durin;, (he firsi fe« ur:r.utes of thc 1P•riirt.ulc cxlto,urc :r -,tf rur;r, sio%%lv Ihcrcaffcr. 11hcn ilte rNaro<;-rr i••:t; icrud- Itaitu, ihc.e v~;ts a r:ri,iu initi:1l fali iu Ihc i,iw:d concreti atio,r fuilnmcd by a hror0 prolutrt,,cd ; ccliu^•. A dcfinite s.[tc:ia!-~rnotr. uiffcrettcr v.:4s tu:tucl. i).,('ac a tct:.`ola ttiifrrc+t•:e tit tl:c in5pirc:l c0ncct.;ratiun o( ri;e Oso cotopou:+•d%, tLc bluod cot:..utra- tion5 :tsso6mt•d %%ith c:irdi:tc i%irc similar for both Ti:e :trrr:,};e !:)nttd cottc, ut[.tti(rt kg/n,!) :•tSeciatt(S v ittt e.wOvure tc 1_vc!s 1, 1 to[sr[ 1v ScI t,i(ir.c tlrz Lcaf!: F.:ort artcri^_1 ar.J 1'J.7 icnous for fiuu:ccarbrr)-11; .rnf: 35.3 :)rte;i:tt :,r,t 22.5 stttor:s for fturu; trbo~t•i).. ' i 7 ~ ) 1 0 Cl ~ (1 1 / _. I
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° i 50251 0919 QP 361 Co 1978 f The SdY Inrtitute {/t Seo Uiep. Glirurnie ~ ~ i ROBERT H. ROTH, P6.D. Proituor or Ph.mucobgy .na Psyehiavy Y.k Uolrasi.y School or Aledicioe New• Yodc OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1978 ACETYLCHOLINE/CATECHOLAMINE/SEROTONIN/HYDROXYTRYPTAMINE/ PROSTAGLANDINS/HISTAMINE/NEUROPHARMACOLOGY/PSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY/ KRYQUS MTEM/D9Mv-NERYOUS S1(STEM/MEMORY/LEARNING/ The Biochemical Basis JACK R. COOPER, Ph.D. RoFawr or Ph,rm.cob Y.k Univeesiry School or Medie'me of Neuropharmacology M.D. , Dircctor, Arthur Vining D.vis Ceeter TH1RD EDITION 1 for &ti-IN--aodf9 a 0 ~ f~ 0 nn 1 7 .I 9 3
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50251 0911 r rC nA'.i) ^,r?11~~I~ai"'tATN/^,r,I;~~r}{/~n1S~1.1; ArTT1IT''Y .1'~'.T) M';T.1VTn^/ __ 1(I?!1..T AnTTVTTY & T?Fr(AVTnR/'tt,0nT) PRr.SSITnr,RT,nr1-) VnT,U`n; A"dD ?trm'ditl^/ rlnF.r,R~r,1r;~C/ . nn 360 'An 198n "Tn1n~~TG.h' ni7lTr.: ~ n•'. . /rSYC. tlnI.n.^,Y Pl?Y . i•TnTiAL SCTE ~t•.F.('3T'IIA~~I . , ~~ syco~~~.~' , ~ol ~ ~~ y Human Beha ,rior and"Pllysiolonical Response John L. Anc!reassi Department of Psycholooy Barach College City University of New York , ~J ' 1 n 0l !1 fs ! 7 1 A'r New York Oxford Oxford University Press 1980 ., J% -
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~ 50251 0929 LIBRARY SCIENCE TEXT SERIES $ ~R1~-~.S/~~4SS~/z/E /~~.+'itS/F/Es3T/dy--lTOdfl/~EP/OV/l~t~ Introduction toz,~of, Technicai Services for , Library Technicians . MaRrY-MooMBERG10 0 1 c~ o n n o I 7 2 0 3 G. EVj\'v`APD rvAivS
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i i 50251 0933 QP ~~r~~~Yalk~~Itay, 1677- t 751 Biochem.i5try of the fatty acids and their compounds, tLt+ B lipids, by 1ti'. R. Bloor ... New York, l:einl:old publishing rl corporat.ion,1943. xl, 397 p. dtagrs. 23} cm. (American chemical society. Afouo- graph series. ~No. 931) Bibliooraph}• at end ot each chapter. e 1. Llpoids. QP751.I1C,3 ~ ~ 612.01514 43-15+1+)3 Library of Con.-ress jawls2l ~i +.) 1.' ~i 1 7 2 n 7
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50251 0930 i CHEMISTRY AND THE- LIVlNG -ORGANISM - SECOND EDITION fi~';11171, µli~01 _.. _ _ ..._.---_...__...~__....:,~.~ John Wiley & Sons New York • Chichester • Brisbane • Toronto 09). /ll,1 f BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY/ ~ ~ U i n 'n n• n 17 2~C3 4 ~
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50251 0931 i ~ I33aocsfi~i~ ; V< lr+a:cihi•~','1'7L$ t%: •.~ nJv..u.~'~r*)."....-tn• a•J..Ea...a.....at:.. .L r w.)c:....~~.. 1fo 0. l:rsly-"i r+t7'.~s ia• i., VS:n j:u;).b.lnac E :-- S ; "I ~'S7i ~, ., ;. . . , c>
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i ' 50251 0922 e 73,11 Re-81~s.p. Microscope 8, 47- (1980) ~.~i, - Hexametaposplate Pretreatment of Insulation Samples for Microscopical Identification of Fibrous t Constituents D. H. Taylor and ,; :`B oom~ Division ojLa6oratorics and Rcscarch. Nea+~York Sta•te Department ojHealth, Albany, New York 12201 - ^ Abstract ~) 1 t j Q O n ~ V6 fa~ilitat't idBntiGcation of fibers in insulating materials by optical microscopy, plaster and other cementitious agents can be removed by _ . .. .. 7:. ..nhnch~•nfo enIlItinn.
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_ ..r...ec~.-,.~.....,.~...w+::.. - ,...... s.~...~ ....n~a.:.-V.:u..~.r....~ .._~.. ~ .~ ~ ..sJ.. . .. `~i ~.~ ~ t. .. ...~ a. IZI Du2-7k 50251 0897 ° • S.Pa Can. 'Med. Assoc. Jour. 1], (1)3R-4?_(197<<) f 1 O!~ing.-QS f.dJ f010aEmSQ1S ~. ' G. hiarierj D.sc., H. 14acFarland,$ PH.D., 0. S. Wiberg, $ PFf.D., H. $uchwald,$ P1;t.D. and P. Dussault, ' PH.D., Pointe Claire, Que. and Ottawa, Ont. ;:ucsvnary: Measurement of blood tlu-oroearbon levels was carried out in subjects exposed to a number of household aerosol products containing fluorocarbon gases propellants. All aeroso!s were according to manufacturers' as used tccommendations. The general purpose of the study was to determine whether with normal routine exposure to a svide yariety of household aerosol proc'ucts fluorocarbon could be found in the blood and if so, to check the de cette etude qui avait pour but d'etablir quetles concentrations sanguines pouvaient etre trowees lors de 1'usage d'acrosois a des fins domestiqucs et de relier ces concentrations 6 des manifestations possibles de toxicitc imputables aux fluorocarbones. L'emploi quotidien des aerosols selon le regimo do 1'etude a durc quatre semaines. Cette periode akte precedeo et suivie do deux semaines d'abstention. A la (in do chacune de ccs trois periodes, t'otentlll toxicity of the lovels reach^d. a procedc A un e)ramen medical, ..-._ . . . ....... ...•.. ., ..._ _...• -.r .. , Mi--.r ...s--...-._ .t.. _«,+.... on Freons have been generally regarded as inert gases.'' However, a number of papers have recently been publi~hed in medical and scientific jourr.als that appear to contradict this belief." Bass was one of the first medical scientists to draw attention to the possible link between what was called SSD (sudden sniffing death) and some solvents or aerosol propellants.' He reported more than 110 SSDs in the United States in the 1960s, 59 of which resulted from sniffing fluorocarbons from aerosols. Harris and co-workers from the Uni- ~•~ 4 : - rj 0 .il : t3 1 7 1 7 ' 1
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50251 0905 RC • 465 Br . 1975 BIOFEEDBACK I SYLLABUS I A HANDBOOK FOR THE PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGIC STUDY OF W BIOFEEDBACK -A BARBARA B. BROWN, Ph.D. Ciuef, Experiential Phyriolocy Yeteront Administration !(o:pital S:putrcda, Calijornia Lafarer, Department of Prychiatry UCLA Medicri! Center Los Angclu, California CHARLES C THOMAS • PUBLISHER Sp>•ingfitld • Iilinois • p.S,4, rvTiT '7t"e-y F.diced by j CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM/BLOOD PRESSURE/NEUROPHYSIOLOGY/NERVOUS S STEM/ ~ HEARTBEATS/ANXIETY/STRESS ANALYSIS/ MEDICINE, PSYCHOMATIC/ ~ PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/ SaLICATION/ . e
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i 50251 0924 e XI ToB2-81 S.P. B -81 LET XI T P J 2 o s.p• R CLASS N0. PAM H ,~..~.. R m; r 2~I. . K- obacco Merchants Assoc., New York, N. Y., U. S.) RESTRICTIONS ON SMOKING; OBSERVATIONS ON THEIR IMPACT. Tobacco Workers' Conf., 28th, paper, 7+ p. (Jan. 18, 1979) (in English) I am focussing in this paper on a particular type of legislation, which has it-ostensible objective the segregation of smokers and non-smokers or the outright prohibition of smoking in certain places. You are all familiar with state and local laws that have been in effect for years and years, deisgned to prevent fire pr pYotect woodlands. I will not be discussing these. -1_-11 0 n._0_ __11. .7 1 -9 #, -
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SW ,NUMAIW/-89AWSvC tti't~:~ T v3.A.rr hy 7)SiVr,,D 1-C,S+.?JL.iy, Ao:).tia, .w... A.~"D S':~"1~_Z I;::Ms . , .... .,.._. ...,,j~rA: .l~ l~, ^V.,` ~:-.a~:u l.~c~~ r~r~. M, 4M~-',`,S9 by Lidne,y Pell and C. A. i)'Alarm,:o. . L,oY 1., < < o) ~,;~Qs.. ~, o (Oa•c5hor !RI?A4v- . ,. . t; ~(1 fl ~? t) I 1' I~^ Ea~
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~:.._.. .~,_....._,_. _: TOI}ACCO--M:.1:L'F!-.C7:i1I:i: Atill ._.. ~-. 73 VII Re-73 CICAI?Ej"fF.S--COt~SIfiIPTI(;i~;---STil~TISTIf:S/ i 50251 0925 " ` ' ~ S :I ~. 4 RJR CLASS NO. PJUR'HLF.T 73 VII Re S.P. f (Tob4cco Merchr:nts Associ_r;tLor., Nrw York, N. Y., U. S.) STATISI'ICS OF CIGARETTE CONSLiIMPTIG::: SOURCES Ai:D PP.OBLE~iS. Toi>acco 4'orkcrs' Conf.; 25th, Paper, Ilamilton, Or.t., Can., 21 p. (in English) , (Aug. 7-9, a ~ ~~ c~ 0 0 C~ I i t~ 9
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50251 0935 _. Swssi,: C3A,ide'V.",' Jto aLt. Ab Lindeman, Robert D. P(1;MONARY SYMPTOMS AtQP, FUNCT'(OW TN 4,922 SOUTREASTERW OFIAROMANS: by Robert D. L,ind,-Opnan. RUsse11 F., Shau, and Claude M. 41os5, Jr. Jour• Oklahoma 5tate Med. Assoc. .5?, 331--335 (1964) e C~ 1 to n n n I l2 t)9'
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.,....~..w..w.....v...:.u..n.>as.~~....._......o.........._...•..: . . ...__..•._. .. _ TY 370 Bl 1972 _. 50251 0920 i INDUSTRIAL MANAGEMENT/atANAGEr1ENT--PLA.NNING/FOOD--IhDUSTItY e~VD TRADE/ MARKETING £.ESEARCH/ a PRODUCTIVITY IN THE FOOD INDUSTRY: PROBLEMS AND POTENTIAL . . - , r -Gordon= F. ~,loom.. ., I - --='~ ....- _--•---- - - Z'ne MIT Press Cambridge, Massachusetts, and London, England
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50251 0926 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ 4. ~~ , R.ior Rn s TAnrpr. vo1 19. pp tV) ro -`00. 1991 ) /1. 0005-7967 tlI 070I91-0bS0:0. . Pnnitd rn Grta Bnl.m All nrh4 riwn-7_ ~~ A Cop)nXht (, Ivl1 Pay.mon Pref. t~ 81 X N e I -4 ~ ?. `'lSELF-CONTROL OF SNIOKING~ EFFECTS OF CUE •~f' SALIENCE AND SOURCE OF DELAY I;APOSITION ON THE EFFECTIVENESS OF TRAINING" UNDER INCREASING DELA~* J •GALEXAT:DER NEWMANt 871d7lilt*h4St.00A1 Department of Psychology. Huntcr Collegc of the City Uni.crsity of New• York, 695 Park A%enuc, NY 10021. U.S.A. (Receired 27 December 1978) 61~ 14y3c~5~-EH¢3 Summar}-Imposed increasing delay of cigarette puffs has been shown to facilitate smoking inhibition. H)pothetical mechanisms in%ol.ed (frustration extinction or rehearsal of coping re• sponses) imply that increased temptation cue salience and decreased degree of external control in inacasing delay training should facilitate smoking inhibition. After three pre-test delay tolcranee Itials, all subjects Nere cued to pace their smoking in an increasing sequence of delaN. During treatment the cigarette temptation cues were either visible or hidden. Delays were either self- imposed but cued by the eitpcrimenter or the dcla)s w•cre ph)sically imposed by the experimenter. 4 O I~1 O o ~ 1 T? 0 0
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'i50251 0900 II7 Uu.2-75 The Lancet, Septetnber 11, 1971 , S.P. .. • ~ .. : "~3L4t0~-L~'VI~1~,S, ~ .R_#~'T~VORIi~1~! a~t9 _Hk`DROC.41W 2~N 5.~ lyST'1att4:A~LC `~?A'1~F2F I`s~ X'IE~`>r~ 7.1~~ihl.f,T1O;`1 OF . _ . r;•xEssurisED tX-Roso cnd Rrs,nirarory Fhyriolory Unir, Dravrtmau qi( Medicine, Inuiturc o/Disccucs of the Chcst, Brompron Hospital, Londmr 5.W.J : : j. CP. ParERsox • N1. F. St.vrAVV S. R. CtPazxrx ' Anhma RrscarcJs Caunci! Cli.-iccl Plutr»us;.ology Unrt ' 565-568 B1oo-i-lcvds cf trichlaro^u ;r~ tc~h:kc ~ . (P.uor~sbon••11, `Prcon-1:', 'Arcton- 91') tvere mcasu:cd in twclve astarnatic patients ene thrcce hca3thy controls. In tcn ast}:rr.atics who h:.d bcen ehronitAlly ovcnsing pressuriscd aerosols o: adrenerpc bronchodilator drugs, contnining ::uor•o- eRrbons, f:uorocarbon-11 was not detectcd. After txe puffs of a pressuriscd aerosol, no iluorocarbnn-11 µ•as seen in the blood 5 rninutn later in thcst chronic heavy uscrs, nor in two furthcr tasthrr.sti=s and three controls who had not previously used an ae;osol. The peak blood-levels of fluor=rbcm-11 'u, nine subjects (seven asthmatics r.nd two cont.ro's) ranged frora 0•13 to 2•60 pg. per tnl. aftci two inh:Ja.tiuns fsvra onc ` inhaler. The blood haLC life of Auorocarton-11 in six subjccts (five tisthrnatics e.nd one cant.ro!) zarq,cd from 0•3 to 1•5 trunutcs. 7'he peak bload-1rJel not relatedto lung function, but probably to di`fercnces .us inl,a)ation tcchnic;ue. It i.c fe;t tlttt---at loa:t for . fluorocarbon 11--blcx,d-levcls in eh.tonic ovcn:sca-s of , pressuriscd aerosols :•.ree no: lihc'.y to bc high enough • to suuitise the hezrt to xdrenergic con7pouudr. ; e
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTft00K RA 407 Un 1987 Mason,T.J,;FrauMeni,J.F.;Hoover,R.3,$~L~ 50251 0939 AN ATLAS OF MORTALITY FROM SELECTED DIBEASES, NIH Publication No. 81-2397. May 1981 U.S. Public Health Service, National Institutes o•f Hea].th, Washington, DC.81.(IN : ENr.) ]: 5N = 1548 o ~ n o n n 1 7 ?. 1 3
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"' 50251 0927 II*tes 72 ~'~ATER POLLUTION CONTROL P.ESEl.F,CE3 SERIES -~ ~~ TDVYinmm,," oF T)A w smmc, ~' cD~ ~ -ur ~z CA . , , ~ . C. F3. fbpl:ins W. J. Weber, Jr. for the .~ 'i pFZD.170500AL05/70 kM Corporation . I'rinmton, New Jersey 08540 . - . FMg2AL I+U`Ir^l. 2 Q,~LIV ADMZNIS'I'IZ ~TIGN tt. S , DMARZiM*r OF TIE II~'T£~IOR Program t17050 IAL Contract #14-12-459 FV~)A Project Ofiicer, Dr. C. A. Bi.unnpr Advancxd Waste TreatRrent Research Lakmratory C.incinnati., Oaio May, 1970 . n iIn n n n i% 20 1
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50251 0932 1 r i 2'J_ fY4:JLC;~'T VZr-,?JS,7,t,,9 by V. ; K. E. L r:~ }lv1~;: imd iI. 0. I:a'x tt>ra Blopol;rwara 5, 1.•'.•9-159 (1967) 7 2 0 6
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,0251 0928 ! 'ftkxiM, Will'+atn; 19n- A textbook of histology. £tl: ed. (P.y) Williani. Bla-nn tnndi I)on 1l'. Fun-cett. I'Itiladelpltia, Saunders, 1962. 720 p. ttlus, _Ei em. f'revio,ts evlitiun:: by :l. A. 11,ixiimow and «'. ftloow. lncludes bi;iliobraphy. 1. 11i~toboggy. r. b`nwcett. Don «'nt'ne, 1917- it. Muzf:new, Alexander A., 1874-1928. A textbook of histology. Q.11551.I356 1962 611.018 62-13580 t Library of C:oug-reas - iWorfi3nj1 _~~.. --•.......,.~..,....y
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50251 0892 ; I II Du 2- 74 R~~CytS "TR4T!t?NS LN hSf1N Ujo ~ S . P . j~Lj(9~INA~T~'ITYi~IZGt:r1T:ZD0~~i )1V. i .~ ~ i Sumnrr.~~ c: mcnt of zsthma co:aact a tnt.a_.,c c, fluorinatcd •analotucs of mcth:,r.c :,nd cthanc :. ;II~I)t~Alv~'~C)N U~?':~'~t~`S~I{ls>E~i] f1riK{)&C)I,$',~t~teslaho h,oe inh le:I tlusrsfluercxarix~c~tr~avJ ri . C.''. Doul'sY G. Ii. )1sAt?Ar: suddc[Ly. Thc flttorocarbons in thc D. S. DAVIES I'AITH M. WJLLLSSSS the Icss volatile IrCl:lotOCuoromet!:^ac, :•pAr: r in t M. Is. Co;:OLLY 11•fidical Rcrcarch Cn,m~l Clinic: 1 I'i:arm.arolo~y kcscardt Group, Dcp.^.rrrr.cnt oJCliniccl l'h.c-mccolc,rv, Ro.yal 1'ortgraa'uarc hfcd:cal Sckrol, London 1:'.12 t21rRODVCTtoDt ~j SOS!Q young pcoplc in the United States inhale ~ aerosols which incorporate fluorinatcd hydrocarbons as ~ rropcll:.nts, as a mcthod of hcco~ii^~ railc'.ly stin:u!ated j and intoxicated. 13iss ' cotlected recor.s of 110 dcaths ! that had resulttd from this pr: cticc cr f:o:n the rclatcd ~ sols•ent-sr.it'.sg habit. Ile concluded t'rKtt these deaths ; probably happened as a rciult cf eardiac arrhythmias : caused by the sensitising effect of the halor,enated ; hydrocarbons to circulatin5 catccholarnincs. It has also beer. su^gested that this rni^ht exh!:::t the incrcase in ~ death-rate from asthma in the Uriitcd Kin,~dorn and ~ some other countr:cs durin, the F'4Ck, b:•caa,c the J pressuriscd acrusol dispcnscr~ v.scd in trcatmcnt re: ~ fluorinatcd hydrocarbctus as propcl!ants. Short-chain fiuorinated hydrotarbons are svi arterial and vct:uus blooa of mnrt aitc- u:c_ of t'.: inhalcr. Thc pcak conccntration 1•7 µE. I)cr ml. 1-iowecer, volur.tccrs er.• dose every 10 rninutcs for 6 hours diti nat l:a%•c : progressive rise in the blc~od conccr:tra:ion. work is ncedcd to csrablish the if the blood concentrations in rclation to cItcc!:olti induced arrh;:hrnias. ^ volatile at tltis tcmpcrature and proric:c t'.e gas propcllant. Thcse compounds are eloself relatcd in struct::re to halo;cr•.ated hydraarbons uscd in _r,cn•_r:+l nn-:s:':cs:a, such as cl:!orefer:n and ha!othane. Since t::c rr in the Unitcd States t!:ere has been con<ic.'crable cer:ccrn al=t the pountial toxicity of thcse subs::~nccs ia t. an. 'We repert l:cre hreiintinary t::c.l;urcmc::rs ot 1!-nd conccr.trat;orr. of fluorinated hydroc:rbor:s in and ver•.ous t,loud in rn3it t: cir from a nlaccbo ir.halcr wh:rh docs not c:..t.'in on 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 7 i; A
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50251 0936 /u{1~~~i.+d/~/~/uMNMMNIfIR1~11/1/1/.WR•MNMIWI(M ~111//11///~:://KWIM1/111M1tIN{I4111'MO/PIC4IYLI/IYNIMI/IIIMIIIM1111/1 MYWNYW/M/~G~ " A u d L a irz d ] urlis~e s a I ~y!lSSSb[i!;: $tVSSER• and EBEN L. OWENS 1 ~.
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50251 0943 ~ xx1I i 1~low-ro-Jlding, 'il 6 1(1969) Wilson, C. A. R. MULTIMOULD BLOW-MOULDTNG, PARTS I and II.. Plastics 31, 898-900, 1007-1008 (1966) t I 0, 1 D 0 n n 1 7 2 1 7
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, VII Re6-77 S.P. ~ 50251 0890 !L .~. . ,~aC, . ~(i~ a l (/y65 ~ A.,, .62,0 ~ r .i FI, .11 9 n Mitchell R. Znvon, MD l"'~11ie inhibition of cholinesterase (ChE) activity ~ by the organic phosphate insecticides provides a sensitive indicator of absorption of these com- pounds. In order to interpret the laboratory results of the ChE activity, one must consider several fac- tors, including the accuracy of the determination. Unless the laboratory personnel are accustomed to performing the analysis (Michel method), a dupli- cate sample should be sent to a laboratory where the test is commonly done for comparison. Blood is collected in a heparinized capillary tube, and the plasma and red blood cells (RBC) are separated as soon as possible. The test may be performed with as little as~).021m1 p~f h~ar~ize~blolnd.' '~nn ..~~,..~. lb 4ineP thnrA ;c n ., ., a method of analysis.' The normal range of values is shown in the Table. A gradual depletion of ChE activity apparently is better tolerated than an abrupt depression. Thus, a prolonged low-level exposure to a ChE in- hibitor does not usually cause clinical illness until the RBC ChE activity decreases to 20~'o to 2i; o of the individual's preexposure level, but a single ex- posure that causes a decrease of RBC ChE activity to this same level, or even a somewhat higher level, can result in clinical illness. A single overwhelming exposure may result in clinical illness without noticeably decreasin,-, the ChE activity until some ime after the onset of illness, but this is uncommon. L# .... . ,,... , . ., .
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0251 0937 NI:OPLASMS/ CAhCER--•U.S./ CANCF.R--riORTALITI'/ CAANCER--MORBIDITY STATISTICS/ /110DGKII:S DISI:ASE/ LEUKEMIA/ CANCER--STOMACII/ CANCER--RECTUAi/ CAivCER--BLADD'c.R/ /CANCER--BREAST/ CANCER--SKIN/ , ~tl ATLAS OF CANCER AI01{TALITY FOR U. S. CO Ul1TIES: 276 Un 1975 1950-19G0 by Thornas J. Mason, Ph.D. Frank W. McKay Robert Hoover, M.D. ~ : William4. Blat, Ph.D. Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., M.D. Epidemiology Branch National Cancer Institute DHEW Publication No. (NIH) 75-780 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE Public Health Service National Institutes of Health t1 I.rt r) n r t 1 7 ?. 1
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i 50251 0938 - CANCER--RACIAL FACTORS/NEGRO/CANCER--STATISTICS/CANCER--SEX DIFFERENCES/ CANCER--MORTALITY/CANCER--U. S.1 CANCER--GEOGRAPHI:CAL/ LUNGS-y CANCER--MORTALITY--STATISTICS/ ATLAS OF CANCER 5i01tTALITY AMOIIG U. S. N0NWIIITES: 1.950-1969 by Thomas J. Mason, Ph.D. RC Frank W. McKay 276 Robert Hoover, M.D. Un Willi~"tn""J: Blot; Ph.D. 1976 Joseph F. Fraumeni, Jr., M.D. Environmental Epidemiology Branch National Cancer Institute L(,S.DIIEIV Publication No. (NIH) 76-1204 -- )'ublic IIe,ilth Service National Institutes of Health . For uto by tho Sulxrintendent ot ttauments. U.S. Aoventwent 1'dntln¢ URlco, Wosldngton, P.C.20472 r h ~ ~ ? ~ ~ fl ! n ~ n
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nXI'L G1 (1969) Blow r+cilc':in'g. ~ 50251 0941 ^l,yec, B. S. atitiD TFrbIK ~?~~d 8 ~::~ P:ODi~G7 P,,o?~::r,~'sLS, PRnsLics Innt. 'a'rme. JGar. 34, 183-185 (Aup. I.966) . . . _ ..~,.a.p...,...~,~-,...,.,,,.,,,.........,,.,r.,.-_,. I 0 r 1 fl i 12
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L*,. S .S:GGRyPHY--DICTIbNARIES/ j RRF ,(BIOGF.AFHIES--I3ICTIGNARIES/ t+^.?C,S 50251 GREAT liS'fRALIA/IRELA2tiDj A NEW ZEALZaD/ Leaders of the English-Speaiiing World CANADA--BIOGRAPHIES--DIRECTORIES/ 1 97 1 -72 St. Martin's Press _ _ New York t C1 ! ~ n n f )
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50251 0945 Xx PNSI I ab, Y O:.Y1__._. _. ae B9 4~~: -(196S)~hf.Z11pe, 0. P. bLOw rio:T~DIhr: OP t~zc~ LZ~•sI, Y taLSc i~r1~~ Pla,tice 30, ,6-53 (Oc:~. 1965) a _ . . t . -.-.<~,. )
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50251 0942 Biow molding. i he (1969) RcE.c:rtsr,, MI.r V:At' ` S M-:~ "3TL:P2 FG?: BLQ:J VIQLDir?G, : Pr:og. rl.aat. i(rio. i) 23-» (iycv) . 0 1 i) 0 0 0 1 7 2 (
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~ ~`" S1u:~-Muiding. i 50251 0944 •~ Ma~' ; (1970) S.P. rihv:\t'•1T41ti1i .~ L . •,e r•.. ..y .~. .,.. . .o.. +. •j~ _.• .:. .. ,......i ..... _._.._., .... , ...., ti. ........ i..Iin lwal..:Tla".:. Y3-.. ~.Jea+. .r.'.- :i ~ .. 1..,. ~../ ~. 0 ~ • 1970 .A co33.cc`iaa cf V9.ngten-Saiem, N. C. 0 ~:l 0 t~ ~~ l 2 !~' .
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i 50251 0934 VII Reb 77 S. P. • %. Lahat:m. (j ntrrs.-t'or+ch. 164. 17 - 24) (1971) Zur Iicstimtntuig von Cltlorl:ohlct:«•usserstoff-Pesticiclriickstatitlcn mitfcls Capillar-f>«acllroli~atobra;~,lie . Klaus Ranfft tmd G4intcr.)31bs 13aycr. Ftaupwrsuciuansta!t fiir Landnittschaii• U-SU501'rcisint-Wcihcnstcphan To titc Dctcrmination of Chlorinated F-lydrocarbon Pcsticidc Residues itiitlt Capilla rc Cltromatobrap!ty Suuunary..1 proccdure for determit,.ting chlorinated hydrocarbon pesticide residues by caschromato- graphy with capillary colunnns in feeds is described. With the capillary column (OV G 1) used a pood reso- lution of all testrd 15 pesticides was possible. Recov- ery and reproducibility were chccked, detection IllnltS are Llven. Cl t1 t) 1 7 2n r) , . 4 _cn;tnntcn l:chl;r untcr (3cihcha!tun allcrandcrcn Vort' c!iromatographiscl;rn l ntcr> •;h~n_,m~thodik. «i~ t. ;, Irit odcr., crin,cr.\nceitsaufi% and. ciiminicrt ttcrdcu ko: \'oncrsuchen --- h:•o;idcr: iatcn<i% t\urde die \Ictho" stef!um; %un Cpillan,:iu!rn m•st d,r fiir das hc>rhrieh; ; optima!rn station:ircn Phaseatidi.n -- crvah.ich di: n:i hc,chrcbcncn \iciho;tr. die am Rci>pirl dcr L'nwn: Futtcrmittctn :wf;~irict aird. Fiir j•_dec andcrc l:ntct,l. , Wial ist das \"crfuhrrn, v;_f. nach Al%'ii;dcrun_ de: I• scixittc>. in c!cichcr \\'ci,e aw rndisr. So rnii!ac z. R. ! dai'.lalcrial mit I)iin!;\I:itl•..r waccrictl oder fur die t:t, von \tilch odcr \;i!chixodultcn das Frtt mit Diatit~f.ith•:. wcrdcn. .
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50251 0923 TOBACCO--ADVERTISItiG/CO"iSU,iF'tIOkv---CIt;aitEs'"i:ESfLIGAt.tETTES--TRt.,Dr/ TOBACCO--M111dUFACTURE AND T. F:E,.Dr / -j ~ ~' J~e . '~io~q~~;31(~ 1C~ ~F L•t~.,..,.~ .w. ?:+'~' `° „ t• ,, PAMPHLET 7 3VI I Rc-i5 (Tobacco Merchants Assoc. ; U. S., New York,. N. Y. , U. S.) 1SARKET7itG ENVIRON*~:NTS AND THE ~ M~1ND FOR TOBACCO PRODUCTS. Tobacco Workers Conf., 26th, pa%r, Charleston, S. C. (Jan. 27-30, 1975) (in English) *1975, No. 5, W 1642* *d* Tobacco economics: 1 n 0 n `i 1 4 J ~ --~ -- /-~ .
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50251 0921 CICARETTES--FILTERS--PLASTICIZER/ I' ~ `e a V I p VI To-79 S,P. (Celanese Fi CONTF:OL OF (in English) In reeent years ttiere hac been a growing concern throughout the cigarette industry over the long term variability of plasticizer addition during rod making. Studies have shown this varisbility can be substantial. A.system was +developed which controlled the long tern addition of plasticizer without perio- , ~~die operator adjustment. The conventional brush spray booth was redesigned enabling plasticizer not applied to the tow to be returned to the rotating brush the ; ' a steady-state condition can bc maintained where Thus lied and rea , . pp `. lamount of plasticizer metered into the spray booth by a positive displacement ~ igear pump was equal to the amount applied to the tow. Metering pu:rp output was . Ia preselected function of filtet rod production rate and was fixed during ~ ~ 1 finitial maehine set-up. Trials monitoring pertormance of rod weights, equilib- : 1 trium time, eontrol of addition and rod firmness v-re perfotmed. percent p as- iticizer, determined by the wet/dry method, and ptedicted using pump flow rate agreed to within !0.5x. Rod weight data indicated average plasticizer weight i was automatically maintained even if the average tor band width changed during production. Rod firmness and firmness variability ohtained using the controller were equivalent to those obtained using conventional Applicators at comparable plasticizer levels. These observations suggest that the use of the plasticizer controller vill greatly reduce long tcrm plasticizer addition variability. Q i o 0 n n 1 7 1 9 r i RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VI To 79 s. p, rs ;iar.3:eting Co., Charlotte, \'. C., U. S.) e : L&STICIZ;.;t ADDITION TO CELLULOSE ACETATE TO,' nII1.IPdC R00N1.i;I::' 9bbacco Chen. res. Conf., 33rd, taPe, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-3_1_., 1979) - a
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,.U e. i; ! I () u U ~ 1 Q (i457 'I'EU) Z%-g.T C£ •stL`:4'tL~::f~~ °3 •a •a :it~ 9cdI ~ L^.::Iti •It •D
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50251 0956 1 Mi a1tie:.-Ri.dre:Jar]:Tr:av.a ~ U. 5,I. National Park Serwice. Blne Rid ;o Parkway, Vir~inin-North Carolina. i~'ash- ington, U. S. Govt. Print. OfT.,1J471 rev. 1961 2114 p. illus., maps. 24 cm. 1. Blue P.tdhe Parkway. F217.BGL'5 1947 ~~ 917.55 47--464G1* Idbrary of Congress t48c1j . a ~ Q / F' n ` 7 l 1 7 2 3 l' -
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AS 50251 0951 ~ ;Pt-mp::let MI ed. Ctlic!i,o, !No. X--. 1;ducat=or.al Screen, Inc., 1953. f 13 k 135 p. 23 cm. i .~.:..., ._.,,,,...,_,...,.,..,,,._.__.......~.,..~ cl r~ (l ~ 7 P. ?
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i 50251 0940 LX Re2.80 S.Q. Z~ti-~x~~~-ccr. ~9~/3s~ /~tL'3~BURE ~3~4 P THE SMOKING FETUS: A STUDY OF THE CARBON MONOXIDE LEVEL IN PRE NANTcWOMEN AND~THE cA^ AND THEIR NEWBORN. Foetus, fumeur involontaire: M. A. Bureau, J. Monette, C. Park, J. Lit J.•L. Mathieu, D. Blouin, Y. Berthiaume, etude du monoxyde de carbone K. Bkgin et D. Shapcott chez les femmes enceintes There was no difference in the percrnta2e of women who smokcd a et les nouveau-nes "~ the b`~""`"` "°%'• and " the end t~f9F) ot pres;nancy. Amon$ tbc ln this audy, carried out at the smoken, one in three continued to Centre Ho+pitalicr Univen'ta're dc *r^~e during labour. The mean HDCO Sherbrookc. our obieclive was the mea• levels were ).0% at first visit. 29% at turcment o( the urbosyhemotrlobin bmission and 3.0% at OeLvery for (HbCO) kvel in blood from pre~nam those who smoked during labour, but and their xewborn. In 1S6 ~ falkn 10 0.95a in the women who women women, the HbCO kvtl was determined ~ atopped arnokinj a/ the Wn Of oe the routine sampk collected at Ihc labour. The mcan HbCO wa% 97% in tirst prenatal visit. SuMcquently, the the newborn of mothcrs who amoAed pme analysis was pcrtormcd on this during labour. The newborn HDCO level routine blood sampte from 241 women is Ihus much higher than the maternal admitted for delivery. The analysis was k`zl• thcn repeated at thr lime of detivcry, We conclude that current pub- was also performed on cord blood ~7cy against tmoling does not suffi- and their newborn- ciemly identify preEnam women a+ a from high risk group since Ihey continue to emoke during prepanc, and lahouw. a U I Ci Cl n n 1 !2, 1 4
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50251 0914 . ~ a ;. ~ (1969) ~ EH3c,od.qrans:f.usia,~~tNi~ii-is~ai~'sa~t~;g.~x`rrsev~} . f~alr* 3~~t~ rt:#~at,~t!~ar~lCxsY~"~s.~dl~.'4t1<~ii_Z) ~ rOR AaA !.?.uvjCILi\i <7:T eF~a4:.fiX ~:..v~W L`~\LJ BL17OD PFOD-Xw a y 8y ~i1:.~. :~ f, . J. :. ~.n'~'1, H . S^.'` : B-+ t+~.... t. `, at ~d ~~ ~ _ . T ~ - ~, .r e : L ° (Elc~cd '"r.. ±sf~.: iGZi ,h.~..l~f~~s U. ", ' t~sxiical i'..;r ~arcf: L::~cratol:y F:tr,a€t t.e. 762) 1968 16 pnSa3 Blcaad T:bs2fu..:or, D:,viai0a, WaAaY :gton, D. G. U. S. Ar,27 I'-ii31r&I Leoecarch LslwrAtaty 0 1 n n n n 1 7 1 s s:
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50251 0949 /L'. S. BIUCIZAI'iIY•---DIC1'10:9ARiI:S/ !;i(>GIZ1P':1iS--1)T CT?OXA',?.1 FS/ /b,1fi0'S 1.'I10/ C;f.EAT IiRIT/1IN/ A1iSTI.ALIAi I;I:LAN1;/ /nEW ZEAI.AND/ CANADA/ REF. -j-U Q 151 Ma ]975 Leaders of the Ensl;s(i-Speaking Vlorld 1975 ST. MARTIN'S PRESS NGW YORK
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*t0251 0888 = -a• VI Re9-77 xentralbl. Arbeitsmed. Arbeitsschutz 25(7)208-9(1975) S .P . 'A $T.Af)M+CHli>F1G'?-S*AFM•"PROLOl3GP.D. R$POS,=;,x1}': NXTROI3S :•.GASES . By Von H. Zorn n ~ CY" /C. ,4~ J!. r 1/ . . • •'' r ~ r' J2v( ui y .:. . 1:11J~.:1 :Ia:, a ~::io:,iiSc:~C: li0St .:ii~ 1 Li0i1 C),C IlitrO;;C":2 v: sen %'un 1:. %okx In:tcrh.t!b L?rr 'r.al;Lvic!:c:t Unu.sudnm;c:t zur Facl.';un.; der S.atrca;tttvcr.e i!cr Mlaxima!ca Ar- bcitsi '.atr-lionze:tt:atio:t wie der Maxitr.a!cn im- , missicus-Konz:•atration da ._`,' (NO, i\G_) wurde r.udt v:rsc!ti~dcnen Paramc:crn des Biutbi~dcs cine wescntliche BcdcL::un- zugemessen Gruncs::z- lidt ist die Bcurtciiun, auch iib:: !iin;crc Zcit auf acsundc Pcrsoncn cinwirk-endcr _`' (NO, NO:) Koa- zcntratiortcn wcic;tt!idt schwicrigcr als bci gcs::nd-,_ hcit%cfa!irdendcn Stof.`cn, d:ren pat!topl;ysio'o;i- sdu \Yirkun, ubcrwicgcnd nur durdi cincn P: ktor, wic z. B. bci Kohicnntonoxid vcru:saJ)t wird. Die @/irk4ng \fo}t : •'('OfVO4)Conjc::t:Wiorct cntsp:. 2 3 bis 10 ppnt \O, sctzt cinerscits r.f!clctorisu't im ICInC e 0+: tWa \'O : VIi;......,.;:2 SJW :C : t \Jrci: ::;c:: sture:t Pcospit:,tas:, ac: ,:a,:: dcr \;alat:..'hydro- ;c .zsc .,r.ea vo:: c.r N.7: ::a:tzct:.r: ticr: : bh: n- a:~e , ci:-.. , ce: L'n dicscn auGc:a:rr, iol;cttdc , Gri>:'ca -j^.,:su::.. n:ada-vcnoicr S: . .: s:... ucd CO:-Par::: !.aruc;, Er)'t-:Jz)'tc1resl'a.:tz, G- 6-P-DH im Lr}•t:.razy::,, i:n n:utro- p,tilca Lcukozycc;:, : i~r..a;lcoi,:;cnz•.ttr1CIJ:1, LDH, GLDH, Sxa:t-JH, S_:cir:a;-DH, SGOT, SGPT, AP, }•-GT, Ci ::, S-G-6-p-DH u::d Z: i:! J r --- e
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50251 0954 78 VII Ag-81 S.P. i SOIv ~D CROP SCIENCE SOCIETY OF FLORIDA ~/qlp- j(/ q~o, ~~ Blue Moid Incidence in Tobacco as: Affectedby Nifrogen Fertilizatio~t'r~ W. D. SMITH, E. B. XVHITT1', AND T. A. KUCHAREKz ABSTRACT In a 1979 fertilizer experiment, conducted near Gainesville, Florida, differences in blue mold incidence in tobacco (1Vicotiana tabacum L.) were observed be- tween three levels (84, 168, and 252 kg/ha) of nitrogen. A high linear correlation (r=.96) was obtained, with a definite increase in severity of the disease occurring with increased rates of nitrogen. This relationship was attributed to certain physical and physiological factors. Physically, the larger leaves produced by higher nitrogen rates provided shaded conditions which would be a favorable environment for disease development. Physiologically, the plant was rendered more susceptable to infection by high water content and thin cell walls, which are characteristic of young, rapidly growing, succulent leaves produced with high levels of nitrogen. Additional Index Words: Peronospora tabacina Adam, Nicotiana tabacum L. p i n o nn t 7 2~~ purpose of this study was to gain additional inform~ tion regarding the relationship between blue mold ir cidence and nitrogen fertilization in the field. MATERIALS AND METHODS A field test with a S x 5 factorial arrangement in : randomized complete block design was conducted t, study the effects of three rates of nitrogen (84, 168, an( 252 kgh /ha) on tobacco yield and quality. Each rat was applied in one, two, three, four, and five sid dressings. This gave a total of 15 treatments replicate~ four times. Cultivar 'Speight G-28' was used through out the experiment. Observations were made for possi ble differences in blue mold incidence for the 20 plot which received each rate of nitrogen. A visual diseas, assessment system from 0-10 was used with 0 being n( damage and 10 being a total loss. The two center row of each 4-row plot were observed and the average rat ings for the 20 plots in each treatment were analyzed using simple linear regression. e
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50251 0959 COBACCO--SUBSTITUTI•:S/TOBACCO---S':dOKI;vC--I'Si CIlOLOG,/ CICARI:TTF~ib-GRl'AT 1:I'.ITAI\/ s- -- 6REl:'f ~Pi~IT~:It.~- -TnAtiCCO/_S?101:?I:G I1Ed3ITS--PJ:LINQUISHING/ ~ 73 X Ku R.)R CL.1SS NO. I'A'SPIiL?:T 73 X Iat , Kukowski, K. II. ; Lenhard, 11. W. ; Slienri.ch, El. D. ' *(no affil.)* t-`iT S-fED, T31A I3:ZITISIi -diEAL'I'1l• CIGARI,'I''C};: Picturc on Sunday, TV Program, London/Ilamburf;, (Nov. 11, 1973) (in Cerman - Co=uplete English translation available) 1 *3.973, No. 22, W 9034* Tohacco iaedici.ne (analys?-s) • 0 1 n 0 n '() 1 1 ?_ :~ 3
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5 ~(1968) CREMXOA.G RFLEASERS OF RQCIAL eEHAViAUR.. Vt. ?IdC RELATION pF STRUCTURE TO AC.T1:V lTY OF KkTONES AS RE•LEA9E[2S OF ALA.RM FGft IRADQMYRMFX PR.U1:M0SU5 (ROGtR); by Murray S. Ii2um, Stcuart L. Warter, and Jarnes G. Tr.ayn.ham Jour. Insect Physi.ol.. 3"„2, 419-427 C1966j
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50251 0964 , k,% i 445 Bl t:0:a'KO(. OF CM:.O1JXC DYSEASE3 IN ?iAa9 by 11, L, Ll4m G. 3S. E:wrtueri. i(A6 192 pegr.:: bnt~-rlc::a Yub.ic Feal.Lh AxHccinticz, : c. N&t v loTk :_.~~-----;.---~,--•,,- a 7 2 3 11
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50251 0960 BY.ACi:BEEtF.lE.S /UE'"°,t EZ:FtiES / RASPB'Er":F.IES /&LL'EBERTtIES / CP.ANBERRIES /QURRANTS / XQC MeF-C-224-73 f , FFUIT--DISEASES AND Tjf.STS•--,^TRC1i,1 11.eui1J""~iSL+AJLS t~ieni a'G.~iTv~ •f g r'uu t tu re IIo rutb ook :Vo. l B9 N+r.Y b7 Joha bi. IIarreY aud W. T. peotsee of GRAPES .~ ~`.AND OTHER SMALL I'RUITS UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICCLTiPRE Agricultural Research Service D1arLet Quality Research Division Z-a VN November 1960 Approredjrcr reFrintino :!pri! 1966 5°'RA?d3EF_KIES /
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' 50251 0963 • i POLISH JOURNAL OF CFIEMISTRY (TOItMF.RLY ROCZNIKI CIIF:MII) / 53. 617 (3979) f y ~ 1 79 III Bel 0 MASS STUDY ON DIAZAPHENANTHRENES ~ by Baratollah BEHJATI, Fereidoun RAZMARA, Nora AFTANDILIANS, and Thdi'wtc' "ri'BLUfiMF,,s t Deyartment of Chemistry, Nationat University of Iran, Teheran, Iran (B. B., F. R. and N. A.) Institute of Physical Chemistry, University, Dusseldorf, West Germany (T. B.) and benzylidenaminopyridine'>. Mass spectra of diazaphenanthrenes 1') and 2') have been investigated. To complete this investigation we have prepared six new diazaphenan- threnes (DAP) 3 (a-f) by photocyclodehydrogenation of pyridinalaniline T a M-3 7 ,. . . . , .
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50251 0947 . ') n n C , ~ . , f ....~.f ,., ~ . ... ., ;r..-•_..~- .. .; s. .•.r.•r•~'..-.^ .... .:•~... ~t ,7-Z"~s. This standard is onc oi more than 4000 approved as either a USA Standard or as an American Standard. lr became an Arn^iican Natienal Standard in Uclober 1969 when the Institute changed its name to :.merr,an National Standards Instiluto. Inc. ANSI, 1430 Qroadway, New York. N.Y. 10018 ~~ATIONAL FIRE PROTrCTION ASSOCiAT;ON "" Intcrnational _ 60 Batlerymarch Street, Boston, Mass. 02110 C ---•--•-----•-~ I
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i 50251 0962 76 III Ri SYNTHESIS. OP.GANIC RJR CLASS NO. PA.*iPHLET Young, H. .~T.:.~.;~' [dendelboe, F. N. ; Lcf fingwell, .l. C. (R. J. Reyr;olds Tobacco Co., ldinston-Salern, N. C., U. S.) OXIDATION OF AMINES AND IMINES. SYNTHESES OF 5-:lETiBERED NITROGEN HETEROCYCLES. 0" "~`' MeetinR-In_riinature, paper, N. C. State Univ., Raleigh, N. C. (Apr. 22, 1976) (in English) *Note author and affiliation* 0 1 :l 0 0 0 1- / 2: i 0 1
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.-i 50251 0950 vl9C XX MeV-Q0;F0 P U2 'D . /G• - .. -.. .. .CC't4 S'i:K' TS ~ ' e ~ ~ ,r~~ y:y.altr.~"1~Msc,#. ; S+ r"~..Y'~ ~~ ~!•~~.ti i~ph~.~ l~yp e s~ .. es of Mink ............................................................ l41:~:i.t~~ ' 6 PUELISHED BY U. S. FUR RANCHER M'Z 1972 EDITiON l-he only annual reference ni2dium for the mink ranching industri, providirg Euidance and leadnrship in breeding, housing, feeding, healtn, and marketing of mink pelts. Rancher Organizations ................................. . .....20 hlousing & I'quipmcnt ................................................27. ;dutrition & Feeding ............................ :.......... ........... 2 8 Breeding tfie Herd ......................................................52 What Happened in Ranching ....................................5G ~ ^ Publisher Bruce W. Smith ~ ~ Sanitation & Health .................................................. 5 9 President Advertising Manager Business Manager Spencer M. Dean James F. Hollahan E. P. Erickson : Pelting Process ..........................................................77 i fiashions in Min} : ..................................................:.....81 Circulation Manager S. L. Bruder Index to Advertisers ........................Ir.side Caek Covcr BLUE ©OOK OF FUR FARMING is owned and publis!hed annually in NovemSe• by Communications MarketinE, Inc., 5100 Edina Indust~ial Blvd.. Edina, ffinn. 55435. Telephone (612) 94!•5599. Adve::isinn offices at Edin:, and at P.U. Box R1, ~~ . U~ rl n~ EI 1 72
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50251 0918 •.\ Neurons containing fl-endorphin in rat brain e:ist separately from those containing enkephalin: Immunocytochemical studies (pcptidcs/hypnlhalarnus/thalamus/pituitary) Prac. Nafl. Arad. Sci. USA Vol. 75, No. 3, pp. 15y1-15'ji. March 1978 IlRajljj~Wt E. 13ATTENBEftG*, J. ROSs1I:R*, N. 1-.INGt, AND 11. GUILLI:M1Nt NuroTn obY • The Arthur Vining Davis Cc•ntc•r G,r Behavioral Nrurobiulugy, and t Nrurolmdocriuolol;y Lalwatory of ThcSalk Institule, la Jolla, Califurnia 92437 Contrtburcd !,y Floyd E. ltbrim, Dccembcr 23, J977 AILSTRACT \\'ell-characlerizecl antisera to porcine fl-cn- tlorplliu \vcrc used to luc•:+lirc ilululurorcac•livc.itc•s in cryostat scctions of forntaldch\•dc-fixcd rat brain bv indircct iluntuno- Ilistoc•llcmistry. Spccificity .cac eaablichcd b)• absorlltion of immunc sera with s\•nthctic peplide frall;incuts. Specific int- nlrulorcartivih• \vas Incali7cd to nc•lu•c/n:ll jici il.arya in tllc basal tuhcra) II)•poth:llaulu\, and to % aricose nerve fibers which \\•crc tlistribtltc•d to tnidlinc nuclcar arcas lllroul;Loul lhc clicnc•ct/6- xlon alnd antcrior t,ons. Thesc pattl•rns of rcacti\•itv were tlna(- fcclcd h)• prcabsurptirnl of (lie ilunluuc• sl•ra \\ ith ulilliluolar concentrations of Mct5-or Lcu'ankcl•Ilalin or n-cndorpllin.'1•hc Prndnrpllin iulnnulnmac•ti\e struclures \vcrr ntorpliulnwically sc•paratc• froru Ihosc cells c+nd libl•rs rcttortcd to rcacl \\•ilh an- liccra to tllc t•nkc116alins. One anii-0-cnllorlt6in .crtun gave acldilional irnml~yIrcai,ti\ it\ .% il~ ntyc•linatl~d axr)ns iu, Inlll'c cortical r.oncs: w'lii•n al1%nrod \.[i1h p IiifirMr:lt rllw•Ijfl ba.lc protl•in, only thc sprc•ific patlcrni of iluulunorcactivily rc- nlaincd. Thua, di.crclr ti~ndor)~hin cunlainins nl•urmlal circ•uits riATrIU ALS ANl) M1:TI IODS . Antiscruln Preparation and Ch:rac•tcrizalion. As clescrihcd - in greater clctail e•Icc\vhc•rh (12, 13) anlisera were raised in rabl,its to synthetic h-cndnrpllin that had hc•c•n crnul,lc•cl to Lo- vinc serunt all,utnin \cillt his-cliazotirell Ix•nziclinc. Tltc antisura ttscd hcre for cellular localization of f3-entlurpllitl inttnwto- rcacti\•ity \vere thonc used by us for the radioimntunoassap liroct•clures already tll•scrilmll (12, 13, 15). The majority of inununnc•ylochcrrtical rr.ults rrtwrttYf here were obtained with antiscruut HR 100-10/27; lllis anliu•rum rl•c•op ,nizc a sc f lnl nt of t}t(- CUOI1-tcnninal ltortion uf'1-cnclc,rlthin between as- paraf;irn-20 and Jlisticlint•-37 (12). 1111 1(1(1-10,,'37 does nut tloo));nizc either cnkrpll:llin tx•ntatwptirlc or (r- or )-cnclnrllhin, hil it shows paralll•I conllx-titiun flx llinlling of u\•inc• I ancl ii-cuclort,hin. tiinliLulN•• Ihis anti>t•runl also sllrncs lr.trallv.l 9 - -' 1 I n,lnwi~ ~II~ tll\'~II~_lll • l~ll• flnlll _jhC ~111t9]LOr Wlkllllg Of E)•t'IKlorl)I1111 \\itll Ill(` Iim'IfU•(I
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50251 0970 Ab '8.;..,jt. author l 4 `+34~'i ~i3soio,r_.•'3ciC:oi1 b}1?W:; j.I'. ond G ,'~ ^:-eA ~ . ,;v 1 J .1l.J'.:'3 • j;-"0 ::I= rr~'c ~S, :.~.'Cs'~^X'~.S ~ (Iti3rl~ -- _ i .0 1 ~ ~ .rt o I / P. ,i .4:
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L 4ria. and occasionally xti rcti.:ulum. In ouc cas liorna, a :irnilar rcactic ~ . ,. _._ r........... 50251 laanburrtt.. • - - -i, the {x~st of at- - " ff lPic results ~ - /f b d h / .~ J . ,~, , ~ - -.i • Ftt vitro; a population crncrt;cd and destroyed i.a.? We propose that iyi in the process of an it have a sclective ad, ot:t-growth in ci:i;ur other non-corr.mittcd 3r"2' Flt od= si i s aad '""`:'°"'" - ~ l ~ ca o t . ,':.,Acrosols , by K.M. Nh;he Sttt.-Like Dr. T. T. Chapman (29 \o- vcmbcr, p. 557) I too have just compl_ted a trial of the effect of Aicdihalcr-duo (320µ_r,. isoprcnalinc h}'drochloridc plus 480 Go. phcnylephrine bitartratc) on blood gas tcn- sions. Twc?vc paticras undergoing treatrncnc for cmphysema 4vith sli~-.ht rcvcrs:biliry of ainvay obstruction foilo«•ing bronchodilator treatment were tested. F.ight oi these pa- ticnts were also investigated following the inhalation of 200 pg. of salbutamol (Vcnto- lin). Some very interesting char.ges in blood- gas tensions were observed, which I hasten to report because of their potential signifi- cance. The Atcdihalcr-duo tests were carried out during the first wcck of the trial r.nd thc Vcntolin tesis during the xcond wcck. Each paient, after 15 minvtcs' rest, had . hlc~od pressure and pulse rates recorded. Pollowinr tLis the 3r'erial ..r.•n- ......:.... ... oar of t t c I rcfutcd the mditiuni were tvc been done )yalty towards rncudations of y%ician should 'his was hotly tan%resncnt of I only to give of authority. upcrinrcndcnts whccl the "col is popular if it c., Ei.t. BARTON. ~ . roFktnR P.nty on nk i•, Florp,:ali, i' 'crnia 0698 -M,n:e:,: ,1),1Ak.. L 14 r•u.t-a;rl •rra;n;fi;"-" Stx,-1°or training in first-aid (or all citi:~cns I suggest that it would be an advan- tagc to have for gcneral iauc a wcathcr-prr;nf pwcY.ct-foldcr on the principlcs of acci.cnt rnana};c:ncnt an•1 basic cnurgency firtit-aid, khi,h Sur{;con Rcar Admiral Stanley .tililcs irrtplies (22 Novcmbcr, p. 485) may be taught in a mattcr of hour, using visual aids and the handling of anatnmical modcls, as stieil as practisc of mouth-to-mouth and mouth- to-nose artificial respiration and external catdiae massage on ltcsusci-Anne. In training it must never be forgotten that to hcar is to forget, to see is to understand, and to do is to remember. The entrapped patient must he expertly extricated, anJ all the while a clear airway must be maintaincd. The order of the day must be to kccp the patient breathing, stop him blceding, and by eareful handling and positioning not to make him worse. Any la,man suitably and briefly trained can do all of these thines. A doctor is of special value only when he has the necessary equipment to exploit his special skills. Let us get down to the realities of what n 7 a
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j 681 ~ B1 i 50251 0974 ISM"isiM;; ArthowcY ; I:eart attack : aee you a cand'edste>? Ncw Yorl;, L-r?k~--on 119641 xv, 31.4 p. titua ?4 cm. Blblicgraphy: p. 342~a7. "Recornrceraed rendloe": p. 3C8370. 1. Cora-ary heRrt dlr.~.~ase. r. Tltle. '• RC685.C6B58 616.12 64-1?749 Library ot Congress j7-11 ~ I t1 ~ fl fl I 0;~
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50251 0976 Light Metal Age, October, 1973, pp.11-12. 74 XXIII Re-74 U.S. ALUMINUM OUTLOOK. By
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50251 0952 ~ ~..~~.... ~.:!. `.,...._< XX T1eF-BAM-74 t . Printed in the United States of America. Copyright 1973 by the Blue Crocs Association. Second printing. 6Registered service marks of the Blue Cross Association. Plans in the United States of America. ~ Editorial Office: 940 North Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60u11 ' 131ue Cross Association, the national organization of the Blue Cross ( FOOD & FITNESS. BLUE PRINT'FOR HEALTH.Vo1.24,No.1. VOLUME XXIV NUMBER 1 Blue Print for Hcalthg is pubBshcd by the ., .~..~w.. ~..- ...S.R..• ~ •r ~~.. ._ .. . . .. ~:~fiaY".. ....y,.. -.)~ „ _. . ~ I `. { f ?
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IX Re -7 S,p, Chest 75(2) 136-140(1979) Effects2of Smoking and Inhalai-ton of Carbon sozs~ 0967 Monoxide on Systolic Time Intervals and Blood Pressure* Differences between Two Types of Cigarettes and a Cigar Ernst A. Racdcr, Df.D.; Dieter 13urckIrurdt,111.D.; Andr6 Pcrruchoud D1.D.; -s t/sj3~ifii, ~f.D.; Rautnn Anueir:, .1f.D. and Heinrich Ilerzo~, rf.D., I~ .C.C.P. -The effects of smoking and inhalatiou of carbon monoz- ide on the systolic time intcn•als and blood pressure were examincd in ten healthy smokers with a mean age of 24.3 years. h:ach subject smoked a low-nicotine cigarette with a ventilated filter (0.1 ma. nicotine, 1.1 vol percent CO), and a high-nicotine plain cigarette (2.6 mg nicotine, 4.5 vol percent CO), as well as a ci.-ar in random sequence and in a'standardized way. Cigar smoke was not inhaled. The product heart rate X blood pressure was increased and the left ventricular ejection tinre index (LYET•) pro- longed following smoking the high-nicotine cigarette, K•hereas changes after smoking (hc low-nicotine ci; arette and ~hc ci~ar rerc rgt a~ro~~uncrd. 7 Nese~.fianAes aie ._,a ~ y 63c. ~-~..... .. presumably caused by nicotine-induced catecholamine re- lease. Inhalation of CO did not affect cardiac performance acutely as shown by unchanged systolic time intervals. When a high-nicotine cigarette was smoked after the sub- ject received a beta blocker. a significant prolongation of the pre-ejection period index (PEI'.) occurred as a result of the increased afterload. Thus, the effects of catechola- mines on parameters of m}ocardial contractility (YEP., PT.I'/Lti'E7') were presumably offset by the increased afterload. W'e conclude that the acute hemodvnamic changes of smoking in healthy subjcch depend upon the amount of nicotine absorbed. ~r
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50251 0978 1712 --/ 7 S, /J. 1. RRT NO. ~ EPA-450/3-74-061 _ i TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Plcase rcaQ Inuructiuns on ihc rcrcrse bc%rc comnl.r(nv) 2. -1 4. TITLE AND SUOTITLE Determination of the Feasibility of the Long-Range Transport of Ozone or Ozone Precursors j. AUTHOR(S) Dzjy:~-:B1uriherttha2, W. H. White, R. L. Peace, ~nsi T. B. Smith 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND AODHESS I Meteorology Research, Inc. Box 637, 464 W. Woodbury Road Altadena, Calif. 91001 (A subsidiary of Cohu, Inc. ) # 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air and Waste Management Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, N. C. 27711 16. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES This report was prepared with the co Califo~'~u Air Resources Board, Sacramento, Califor i 1 ~ r~ n In /"{ ! PB 241 159 6. REPORT DATE November 1974 6. PERFORMING~ORGANIZATION CODE ©. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NC 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 11. CONTRACT%GRANT NO. 68-02-1462 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVEREE Final 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE operation of the i a. 7 16. ABSTRACT ~ ... ...w t . . .-~.7..-4..~ ~.....n-....w
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50251 0989 e J. hort. Sci. (r963) 38, 3zo-2o _ Y GERMINATION IN 80SA By G. A. D(jACKSON and J. B'. •BLUNDEL~'" l 4 University College of North Wales, Bangor SUMMARY It has been confirmed that immaturity in the embryo is not the cause of dormancy in Rosa: nor do the testa and pericarp in R. arvensis prevent • access of water. In addition to the mechanical restriction which is imposed on the expansion of the embryo by the massive pericarp, the achene contains growth and germination inhibitors. The effect, on the germination of embryos, of these non-toxic substances extracted from achenes of R. rugosa and R. canina has been examined. Dormancy in the seeds of R. arvensis maybe largely broken by 6-benzyl- aminopurine or gibberellic acid, and one possible function of the inhibitors may be so to affect the balance between endogenous growth promoters and inhibitors that germination is prevented until the protective pericarp has been weakened by decay. o o
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I ` Cereal Foods World 20(2). Feb.. 1975, p.104- 106 Occurrence of lue-Eye Condition 80 11 Po in Commercial Popcornl- L. B. Bullerman Department of Food Science and Technology University of Nebraska Lincoln 68503 Et.ven brands.ach of yenow and whit, popoorn were surveyed /n 1971. 1972. and 19731or the condihon knorrn.s "blue-eye" diseased kernels and other damaged kernels The estant o/ thh blue-eye condrtron ran,ed Irom none 10 19.6% of the kernels esamm.dmthevarrousbrarWs Moldswerersolated/romtheblue. M popcorn kernels and found to be mainly Ponicipiunr apecres. with PP m.rtensii Broutpe predominatrnp ScrNnm, o/ the mold rolates for myeotoun preductron revealM that 61 4% of the Mnrnahum isolates were eaD.ble of producing the mycotoem penKdlrc acd, and 39 5% of these s..r, to.rc toeMc.en embryos. No other myeotoams were detected in the cuMures .npt for ocMato.rn A. whreh was produced Nmunan.ously with p.nitilhc aad W awo ol the rsolat.s No p.ninlhc ac.o wa tlaect.d in blue. aye popcorn kernels One of t 1 samples oa popcorn kernels that ware .urlace-sterdized. crackedd and incubated for 10 days at 26'C contanW a detectable Ouantey of p.mctlhc acid N umerous reports have appeared concerning a mold- induced deterioration of stored yellow dent corn ! blui l r o uonofth hi h if t d b i s Rg .v ~ man y een u e c e a ..;;._ ~,~:... _~!__I oncorn. Studies by KunzmanandCiegler(6)andCiegler and Kurtzman (i) have shown that during storage of high-moisture yellow dent corn at I°C. for 6 months. P. martcnsU predominated Since this organism has the ability to produce rather large amounts of penicdlic acid. its growth on grain resulting in the blue-eye disease condition represents a potential mycotoxin hazard to humans and animals. Popcorn is susceptible to man% of thc same diuases as dent corn including invasion b)' molds whcn moisture and temperature conditions are (avorablc (10.11).On several occasions prior to the summer of 1971. the author had noted what appeared to bc bluet)'e diseased kernels in certain retail samples of pnpcorr.. This incar.gaticn :vas initiated to determine the estent of the cnndilinn in retail popcorn. and if the condition were comparable to blue- eve disease nf dent corn in terms of invol.ement of potential penicillic acid-producing molds. Materials and Methods Poprorn Somp/n. Eleven brands of ycllow popcorn 1
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50251 0988 TS 2'~h0 1976 TORACCO--SMOKING--PASS IVE/TOP,ACC0--S"*.(1KI"'G--HEALTH fiFFF•.CT/ SMOKING AND .HEALTH/nCC1TPATTONAL SAFETY ANI) HEALTH/F.P7VIRON"ii:NTAL IIEALTIi/ COURT PROCEF.DINGS/LAVS AND LEGISLATION/ IIOW TO PR(1TErT YOITR HEALTH AT T•'ORF: Printed in the United States by New Jersey Appellate Printing Company South Plainfield, N.J. Graphic Illustration and Cover Design by Sina Patricia Kurmau Library of Congress Catalog Card No. 76-55542 ISBN No. 0-918284 Copyright 1976 by Donna M. Shimp, Alfred W. , Blumrosen; ' and Stuart B. Finifter Published by Environmental Improvement Associates Salem, New Jersey Dis;ributed in the Un?ted States by . ational Interagency Council on Smoking and IIealth 419 Park Avenue South, New York, N.Y. 10016 n o t/ 7. :7 2 LIMITED FIRST EDITION a
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TP 370 Fi . 1938 2 C. PDDL2C. I ft 50251 0986 FOOD MANUFACTURE FUI:~f~LAS ~.~D TESTING DR. F. FIB~F F,ood litaairch CJ~nnist AND .._._......l.a. _..._ ,. ~ . ,.....~ ;~i : ABRIDGED EDITION M : SAUL Bl,IiAZEN'I'IIAh,. 8.5. CotuaUirg F"l Chemist and Direclor of SIIIRLEY LABOHATORIL:S a-aw Tonr c11z Corrr.ioErr. 1933 CI 'MICdL PUBLISIIING CO. OF N. Y., INC. ~~..... ......,._._ _.~.,,_..~.-,- , .~,.,..,_..-......,'.. _,. -._.._.........~.~. . ..,s-- ~:..-_,..,.. _...~.. . ..,... _ ~,~_,..
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.UALUuLUt;Y--EXPERPiE*1TAIIFOOD---ADDITIVF.S--TOXICOLf)GY / i 50251 uyri l POZSONS--TOXICOLOGY/CA':CER--CAUSATION RY ENIVIRONMEIVTAL FACT(1rS/ RA 1199 Me {69~~ 1979 TOBACCO= S'etOKING--HF.ALTH EFFECT/ CANCER--GEOGRAPHICAI./CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHF."tICALS/NITROSA.'~INES/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/DRU.G A13USE/?VITRITES/NITRATES/ ,,,,..,,,~,tETALS--TOXICOLOGY,/C~5111_C,~R.~,GAji~tllj.Q~'~Y„~~`.11:T.,S.l.$:;;qF;L,4C,A`~tD S?F.AT Tjj~,~, Advances in Modern 'I'oxicoloby VOLUME 1 NEW CONCEPTS ~AEETY EVALUATION ~ Part 2 EDITED BY MYRON A. T1LfiLMAN MEDICAL DEPARTMENT, DtODIL OIL CORPORATION RAYMOND E. SHAPIRo NATIONAL INSTITUTE OF ENVIItONr1liNTAL IIGALTII SCIENCES FOOD AND DRUG*ADMIN1STRATION o n'o - t 7 2 S HEMISPHERE PU13L1SHING CORPORATION Washington I New York Londo A HALSTI::) PRrSS BOOK JOHN W7 LEl' & SONS 'urk +Chichcstcr 13risU1ne e
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i 50251 0991 , ._ . .. . . _ . ..._.. _.r.1~ V 77 X Di TOIiACCO--SrrOxING--RLOOD/ RJR CLASS NO. PAi•iP11LET 77 X Di Dintenfass, L. , (Sidney Ilosp., lied. P.es., nep. liaemorpheoloEy, liiorheology, Sidney,Aii!~.t.) DIFFEfiIE?1CES IN PJ1F,ULOGICAL BLOOD PROPF.RTIES BETWEEN S]iOKERS AND :+0::- S,10KERS, AS WELL AS IdITHIN DIFFERI:NT BLOOD GROUPS WITHIN TIiE T;:O S::OKING CATEGORI!'S. *(Wer Blutgruppe o hat, darf erst recht nicht.)*, Int. Congr. Rheology, 7th, paper, Dec. 1976 (in German - German and English summaries only available) ;An article'draa•s attention to a report made by Dr. Leopold .'Di.ntenfass, director of the Haenorheology and Biorheology iDepartment,'Sydney Hospital, Australia, at the Seventh Inter- ~national Congress on Rheology. He had investigated the influ2nce ,of cigarette snoY,e on blood rheology keeping the origin of cardio-vascular diseases and the netastasis of cancer in nir.d. .Tests were carried out on 125 healthy, policemen aged between ,±5 and 55, who were approximatelv,the~same`size, of the'sa.:_e ~_ ~ ! r) 0 f) () 12t).`~l
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The Growing Plague i By the same author , Hypnotism: Its Power and Practice St-hlartirl's Ptcss Ncw York S
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1 ,~. 2 a r ur rtil~ti f c~ clrtil~tifc nni .. Lt~rt rvn, (;Ir,clc) c l 1~hR1 1~1~~ 307 ~N ~.. . 3. r : t, e•~~, ~ ~. r ~~+~--- 4. lr if Snhtt I tt .t :lt~ v 5~ `Ilr~turr I~atc pETERidTN11TION OF THE FEASInILITY OF OZONE FORMATION ' November 1976 IN THE POWER PLANT I LUM -79 ~~~c l J c Gt,~ r~.ta 7. Authot(s) 8. F'cr(orrning Urganization I(c,: J.J1. Oc~renl "t~a1*, W.N Whit:e No. 9. {'ctforming OrganizTtion Namc and Addtrss 10. Projcct/TasY./~1'ork Unir :.o. Meteorology Research, Inc Systems Applications, Project 572-1 P. O. Box 639 and Inc. 1 t. Lontruct/Grant No. Altadena, CA 91001 950 Northgate Drive San Raiael, CA 94903 12. Sponsoring O,Fani>.ntion Namt• nrid AdJtcss 13. Typc of hcport rt F'criod Electr~-c Power Research Institute co~•ered volume 1 3412 Hillview Avenue Executive SummarN Palo Alto, CA 94304 14. 15. SuppIcmcntary Notcs 16. Ahstr.ct. Meteorology Research, Inc. , Systems ~~pplications, Inc. and the University oi•~~Iashington Cloud Physics Group have conducted investiga- _ . . . _ . . . . . .. . _ . , r ~ ! r~ n n ~) 1 1 ?. ~ ~ ~ - ~
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50251 0971 0 . . • i i •.a... ..........~.....Mrww.vM..~1.^...~LYM.~..• -. III Du2 S.P. il (:IINICAI I(I I'(111T DATA 117.dM'r.V.I INII/ .•'LN.\.n/ /4• ....r.. l•. I•ur..Nlq•l.llnrl . ..I..I.i/ .... 1 I I'.,'(!./(1/3 -±J-V0(l '111r (h(.f•Lt i11n ot Ii:)loc:(rhonti ' a"1"`"''a J. I'. ilrlcklr(t, F:. Sanhuex:), l. C. lti::atsunc, F. K. M. J•LV.(nt\•, R. tilr.•onalt!s, L. A. Pull, l'. W. 11Iun.s . .)n.1 F: :•1•(t11ia: _ ) VL N1 JIIki.N,i 0640 NN/1•11FUh r.Alll l.•.U •WU11t 5S Crntr r Cur AI r F:nvirunnl;nt Stu.lies 226 1*(MliiCC 1 ll). 1fi1• 1'1'nn::y1..11iLn St:(tr llnlver::lty _l'nlv.'r:altv P.Ir::,_I'•t.. 1'iSO2 1.', S/'/1%~A)I/lh(i AI:LNI:Y NAW ANU AUUIILSS E(lvironml'nt:11 Protectian Arrncy krc:(r~h ~rill.)l'ar~:, ~ C~, ~7711' !. 1~o. s1•.•.•:.1 .+1:.1.,11V N,,:/ ti /. 1/1 E.IV/) NI :. 1E;I;Li+1(l11NO. ,-iirroi/t Dnir ld•)y 1975 (d:tta of :Ippr(Iv:)l) f., /1 /lf f1nMIN1: O11f.AN1•LAI ION COOL 1. 1'EHfU11MINl: OIIGANIlAIION /11./'Olli NO. 10. P/101;11AM I Ll/•ILfJI NO. laIUUK, kUA1' :bA:111-20 1/. CON ((IACK G/1ANT NU. Crant No. 800949 13. 1 YYE Or /IrPOfli AND PEHIUD CI)vLIHr(1 I~- E'In_:(1 ttl•'urt-G/1/72-5/31/74 11~•ri~ON::U111tM..\GtNCY COUCT-.J•_ ar ~_..1 ~ 1 r1 ~ trx:--t6acr.ican_ClIt"liLa: $J.'.:E:t: w
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50251 0973 DK 002.009.7 : 651.8.002.2 T I"jd'"s' "" ?SS.P. . "- ... ..•~.- Zur Einrichfung einer Benutzerkurfiei in der Literaturdokurnentation* -~yon DCdb`BTOCt=ORli tind Gudrun Weiland, Berlin Summary Es wi~-:d iiber die Erstellung einer Benutzerkartci am Dokumcntationsschwerptnikr Pfla»1.-nkrankheiten und Pflanzenschutz berichtet. Als gceignutste Kartenart anuruL: die Randlochkarte (Kerblochkarte) verwendet. Int Verscliliissclunosptan wurden so- wohl personliche Daten als auch anfragebezogene Kritcrien beriicksichtigt. Die Kartci dient zur schnellen Orientierung bei der Anfrogenbeantwortung sou•ie zur Erstcllun'- von Benutzerstatistiken: Within the works of the Documentation Centre for F'lant Pathology and Plant Protec- tion, the registration of user structure and usage behaviour is hcuidlcd with help of c -file of user cards. The edge-punched card was preferred as an i,istrument for different purposes. The file is being used now for a quick orientation at the beginning of aa;.l 0 1 n n n n 1 7 2--4 7
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50251 0995 HF 5547 ~ytti,wJohn: W:~~ Jo Jbhncon, Robert G. PERT (Pi (K+.M EVhL'JIiTI0j1 MaD %ErZ?W TEC4RaIQUE) P0R NtiAGkaRS: A Pragrr.wd Xnatruation Couzoe, by Rabart G. Johnsou, tr,,ri John N. BIyth 1968 131 Pagas Argyle Publiebing Corp. Nav Yori ~ t tl Ct n tl
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`11) 271 Ma 1975 ~---------- 1. REPOaT NUMBEf4 50251 0987 Wt+oI-75-22 2. vUV / n~,~......v. • TITLE (end SuDttr! f / POLYCYCLICOt~tATIC HYDRO~iAPBOt1S: OCCURRENCE AND ANALYSIS - A PARTIAL~BIBLIOGRAPHY AD /-A-023 544 5. TYPE OF REPORT A PERi00 COVEREO Technical 6. P AU T NOR(+) Ann Martin and%8A":3VffiY-r' 9PERFORMING ORGANIZATION N AME ANO ADORESS Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Woods Hole, hA 02543 11 COVTROLLING OFFICE NAME ANO ADDRESS Office of Naval Research Code 480 1. Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons 2. Occurrence 3. Analysis 6. CONTRACT OR G9AVT NUµdER!.j ERFOR MING ORG. REPORT NVMOER Id00014-74-C0262; NSF Grant GA-35646 and ' NSF Grant CES 74-227 31 10. PROGRAM ELEVE'1'.PPJJf=T. TASK AREA 6 rJORK UNIT NUMBERS NR 083-004 12. REPOR T DATE January 1975 13. NUMBER OF PAGES - -- - ~~ I .1 REPRODUCED BY ~ NATIONAL TECHNICAL '. ; 1NFORMATION SERVICE U.S. DEPARTh1E`IT 0F C0.`.L`1ERCE SFRINGFIELD, VA. 221cI 2.1 .e._.n.r. .r.....-.. .... ..... .. .Ir'. If ..r...~^V ard IC.ntdty Dr O7OCx numD.r) ` 0 ( I i o n t (1 i 1 2 'l I , %Sr r t f f q t
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1 TP • 370 B1 1947 . J ; I I'OOD PPODUC'TS lp T.od T.chnolopi+t iad Ga~ullant, ~• 50251 0985 :6irlcy Laborat.r..a f•.11.r. Amrricao Imtitut. .f Cbemirb 1 ; l 1947 ~ CHEMICAL PUBLISHING CO., INC. BROOf:Ll"1 .,. . i.:.... s - N. Y. by t:.SAUL.:13LL.1TEn?'tIA1.. " . ` LONDON Food Trade Press Ltd. ! f1 I t) 0 r1 t} ~ 7 ?-~ `a
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50251 1002 , t. 11 i. i ~ - . . ~ . . ~ BfIDp SAMPLER'.' QA :. 76 Mary Ann Hi11 Un 1979 C ,d /h.Qe Technical Report #53> PDDL BMDP Statistical Software Department of Biomathematics University of California, Los Angeles 1979 Supported by National Institutes of Health, Division of Research Resources Contract No. NO1-RR-8-2107 ~~ ,/7 r~~~ ~(, n G t 1? 7(a
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50251 0999 i Qn 1511 St 1969 PURIFICATION/CIIEMISTRY, INORGANIC--PURIFICATION/ADSORPTIOti/C??R011AT0GRAPIiIC ANALYSIS/ ION EXCHANGE/DIFFUSION/CRYSTALLIZATION/.ZONE t4ELTING/RECTIFICATION/CIIEMII;ALS--STbitAGE, ~ UDC: 54-482 METHODS OF PRODUCING SUPERPURE INORGANIC SUBSTANCES Complete translation of Russian-language book by. B. D. Stepin, I. G. .Gorshteyn, .lyum, G• M. Kurdyumov, and I. •P. Ogloblina; Leningrad, Metod Piiicheniya Osoho Chistykh Neor ganicheskikh Veshchestv, 9b ', ~0 pages U.S. Dept. Coirumerce, Nat. Tech. Inform. Serv. CONTENTS JPRS 53256 1 June 1971 PAGE PREFACE . .............................................................. It4PORTANT DEFINITIONS ................ ......... ....•••..... ••••....... •• INTF.ODUCTION..........................:................................ 1 3 5 CHAPTER I Classification of Compounds. Superpure Compounds....... 13 I CHAP'iER bI. f .~ffff t ~f .F,ore~gn~Co ~ am)nants. on .Superpurification . : I¢ 2R rocesses. •~ .
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QA 76 Un 1981 9e 50251 1004 Dixon,W.J. (ed.); ~ I 1r~~MDf~. T CAt'''~~~~~~~ See also QA 76 Di This is an update to the 1979 Manual,Sac. University of California Press.Berkeley, GA.B1.(IN : ENG.) TSN=292:3- 35/~/ 0 1 / 2 7 8
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V" + -TECNPlICAL REPORT DATA 78 X Re -7 9 S. P. (Plcase read /Nitruclions on the )eve.se before complcrin•e) i 50251 0980 1. REPORT NO. 12. 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOfMNO• EPAz60013 14_._._ __ 4. TITLE AND SUBTI )LE 5. REPORT OATE ~ At[DWf:ST INTERSTATE SULFUR TRANSFORMATION AND TItANSPORT November 1976 PROJECT: Aerial Measurements of Urban and Power Plant 6•PERFORMINGORGANIZATIONCODE Plumes, Summer 1974 ). AUTHOHISj 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPOP W.H. White, J•A, Anderson, W.R. Knuth,"11:#::=$T{fiRenthAl,' J.C. Hsiung, and R.B. Husar. 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Meteorology Research, Inc. 1AA603 db 464 W W R d est oo ury oa • 11• CONTRACT/GRANT NO• Box 637 Altadena, CA 9