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I*%". .:• _ 50257 2506. i i !7f VI Ba TOBACCO--TERPEh~S/ TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL METftODS/ ` 1 R3R CLASS .PA. PA2'SPHLET 76 VI Bal (Federal Polytech. Sch., Zurich, Switz.) TERPENES IN TOBACCO: EXTRACTION AND IDENTIFICATION. *(Les Terpenes dans le Tabac: Extraction et Identification.)* Fed. Polytech. Sch., Ph. D. Thesis, Zurich, Switz., 49 p. (1973) (in French) - English translation of Table contents, conclusions and sumnary available. f *Keywords:* a-pinene, cured, constituent; 6-pinene, cured, constituent; A-carene, cured, constitucnt; i : limonene, cured, constituent; linalol, cured, constituent; santenol, cured, constituent; cedrene, cured, constituent; a-terpincol, cured, constituent; farnesene, cured, constituent; sabinol, cured, constituent; 0 1 n o n 0 t 1 7 9 8
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. , . •, 50257 -2501 . f _. ~ .•~.s,..rL .i.a RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 XII Ba 77 f"~/Babak, ' S.' -F. ~ Kondrashov, I. .; Strelkova, A. *G. • *(no affil.)* ' METHOD OF PREPARATION OF `dAIlASINE BASE. ,14hur. Prikladnoi Ktlimii 49 (No. 6) 1328-1330 (June 1976) (in Russian) *Translation in: Jour. Appl. Chem. 49 (No. 6) 1356-8 (1976)*(in English simplify production of anabasine base from crude anabasine sulfate, we have devised (2) an essea- J.tially new and entirely different simple, cheap, and rapid process for isolating chromatooraphically pure anabasine base directly from crude anabasine sulfate. The crude anaba.ane sulfate is treated with cobalt sul fate solution to form the crystalline complex salt cobalt anabasine sulfate of the composition Co904(CL,Ht4N) H2904 -11H=O, which is separated from the mother liquor on a BUchner funnel under vacuum and recrystal- _k.aft pure 3nabasine base is obtained by vacuum distillation from the residue/ 0 lized from water. An aqueous solution of this salt is neutralized to an allcaline reaction and the free anabasi ~ base Is extracted into benzene. The benzene extract is dried, the benzene is distilled off, and chromatograpi ` 0~0 n 7 9~3 ,-...-~.
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•'. 50257 2508 Ha~~er; ~S: ;~ 3 t. autbor. Frey -'v1ysslinb, A. EIC`C,t:,,IN,`.IST~Y CF GFIEN:•`CUSr. ^QBACC4O by A. Frey 1•+ysslinG and S. 9abler, Repr5nt and translation from: Exper.~.entia 39*f-~>^~ (1957). r. n. 0 1 tl p n tl I r - t; to o 13 r ~
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1l. .•-, , .~ 50257 2515 RJR CLASS NO. PAM2HLET 71 XI He Hendrickson, P. J. *(no affil.)',~ "BACGER"-CO(,.:TRY. T1dE-SAGA OF-T?iE MZGaTf°I.EAP IS PLAYED OUT BY B?.CF:`nAMJy' ' -FARli3Sy FOLi:Sy-;.LiCTIO.ii.:-::P.S; : A:7D"DOt:v'-l1Q~IE TYCOONS. ; Holiday aagazine 1971, 50-54, 77, 80 (Dec. 2971) (in English) -, *1971, No. 24, W 10801* *1:n* Tobacco agriculture: -0 -1. n o n Q I 1~-0 7
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50257 2519 4 AIR--PhLLUTION--LAWS/AIR--POLLUTI0N- iIE.V.TH EFFECT/ 1975 1 Qr 123 Ba HANDBOOK -OF AIR QUALITY IN T11E UNITED STAT..EjS with • ' ANDERS DANIELS University of Hawaii THE ORIENTAL PUBLISHING COMPANY Honolulu, 1975 I - o.t on n o t 8
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50257 2517 . ice Criteria and Special Stud~es 0f U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Health Effects Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27711 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH LABORATORY ~ 7~n c `. ~RESURC~ TRIANGLE PARK, N. C. 27711 . YSOCIOEC0N0.4IC ENVIRONMENTAL STUDIES -ERIES/ II MeA1-77 S.P. - Contract No. 68-01-0427 Project Officer HEALTH COSTS OF AIR POLLUTION DAMAGES A Study of Hospitalization`Costs _: by Ben H. Carpenter, D.A. LeSqurd, James R. Chromy, and ~fa~fer Ds"BaCh'~ Research Triangle Institute P.O. Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, N.C.' 27709 EPA-600/5-77-006 February 1977 , Donald G. Gillette ~~ f 0
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50257 2507 TOBACCO--SMO:CING--PASSIVE/ ' ,. English) ;.1977)* 'Crying blbics arc r.iarc likely to irritate trcGucnt airlin- .passcngers than cigarette smoficrs, according to a new .. ..... : .~.. . t• ~. . r ssr rey. / - - i . . ; .. 76 XI Wa-77~ S.P.' ^ RJR CLASS NO. PA,VIiLET 76 XI Wa-77 s.p. Airline Passengers Association, Washington, D. C., J. S. . BABI::S "IF.RITATE AI R' PASSENGERS . Airline Passengers Assoc., News Release, Washington, D. C. (1977) (in *Abstr. in: Winston-Salem Sentinel (City Edition) .1977, P• 2 (June 27,
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50257 2516 1 . T 76 II Re-77 S.P. Clin. Cheaa. 17(8)789-94(1971)l Gas ChYoffiaiUgfa;:iZ-i11aSS Sys' crn fer Ca~-cc:an and licn al;~c-,t;cn of Abrcc,mal M,aiaLc;lc 1'rcducw in r<<;iSiclaj1;5,lcal Fluids Ferenc tlutterer, John Roho2, Laszlo Sarkozi, Alexander Ruhig, and Paolo Sacchin# A gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer-computer system was developed to rapidly separate and identity metabolic products of low molecular weight in microliter quantities of physiological fluids. For sample preparation, the silyl derivative extraction method was used, in which extraction, derivative formation, and concentration are achieved in a single step, and ccmponents vrith widely diiferent chemica structures can be analyzed in a single run. Gas-chromato--raphic peaks were identified• by the computer output of high-resolution mass measurements or low-resolution fragmentation pat- terns. Application is illustrated by a case of inborn inetaboiic error. The system appears well suited for screening for metabolic disorders. Additional Keyplaras3s silyl deriratires • deriratire aitrcction • n 0 se"n tJ eh inltorn q,rors.Q/ mylpbolj~jin 1 .1 ~ tj [7i . . alaaune iA
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no~affil:)* RJR CLASS NO. CALIFANO,FILE CALIFANO AND CIGARETTES: ALL SMOKE AND NO FIRE. Washington Monthly 1978, p. 33-36 (July-Aug. 1978) (in English) •/Thc story of llc:rhh, Cducation, and ; fcw 'othcr ~oliticians can msn:~gthc ~ ' ~Vclfare Secretary Joseph• Califano's ; sound and the fur Le can, nc.e r;tind ~ t much toutcd anti-•mokirrt c:rrnraign is ; y ~ full of Icccons an bow this insider and Producingresults. Sothepresstooktlu !•his city work. With this, as with many' anti smoking camp :ipn ccriously, as if ` otherCulifanoerus:idcc,tlieSeerctar) s; it were ahat it pretended to be. Stories 1 al P~ ro,ch is lil,e that of a man who1 ' cither ehecred a dcs; er:+tely needed( l:iiier, or bc~~•:~iicd ' 1.•attempts to fight a forest fire .~•ith a attack on a deadly thc tcrrors of a ncw fcderal in~•asion o`f squirt gun. liis nwck Leroics are tal.cn ~hcrcalmof rivatc~•icesandlibcrties- scriously only because the Secrctary ~ P ~ , putsailthefamousC:rlifanocncrbyintoll btrt :'p shared thc assumption that the( 1 m_a1:iqAthcmlookgood,andbecat,scso,~ ~ogram would affeet our li~•es. '_ ~y , 0 t ~.n n 0 _ 1 !-. 8 0 6 . ,
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. i- ACS Syrip,. Ser, 17, 174-186(1975) 50257 2516 • zii i'tt2-76I-Iigh Ozone Concentrations in Nonurbaa S.P. Atmospheres LYMAN A. RIPPERTO:V, jOSEPH E. SICI74;t:S, AV.,,C4RY EATON, CLIFFORD E. DECKER, and ~~ALZ£F~'b:'BACH j Research Triangle Institute, Research Triangle Parl:, N. C. T" 1 . . /~ .Y~. The National Ambient Air Quality Standard for photochemical I oxidant(1) was set in 1971 as < 0.08 ppm hourly average, not to be exceeded more than once a year. Until the mid-1960's, non- urban ozone (03) concentrations near the surface of the earth were considered to be in the 0.00 to 0.06 parts per million (ppm) range, with the average close to 0.02 ppm.(2) Since th,! mid- 1960's, a rapidly growing list of reports cites 01 c.oncentrations ~ ~ of 0.08 ppm or above in small towns and in rural locations.U Considerable difference of opinion exists re£ardir.g the origin of these high concentrations of 03 in rural and scaai-rural areas. Basically, the explanations advanced for the phenomenon are: 1. The 03 has descended from the stratosphere to the earth's surface. 2. The 03 has been synthesized in the troposphere from only natural precursors in photoche.mical primary and secondary ~ a n ff aclioni, g 1 11 3. The 03 has beer: synthesized in urban enviroiis and has been trar.sported to rural a2eas without further significant chc?a- ira7 r.•arrin.+ I ~'.
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1 i 5025? 2522 7 adY„bxiui,:itin~~ -1 8b-4., ~~_ _ .,.. _ . . e:. '1'lte Dispen&atorv of the United States of America. l1st;- i• QSO ed. Pl:iladelphi:t, Gt•ir~,:, E11iot, and co. tetc.l ih:3,;--3:9; .T. 11. Liphincott company tetc.; >.>1-1J° a c. ` illins., diagrs. 23-27 cm. On Fpine: Uni.Fii 'Sta!es disponsatory. Editors: lst-l-Yth, ]~:::1-77. G. B. Wood (with F'rankiin Itncl:e. 1M4- :w4• }Z. C. wuml, 1S7i)-1:ith--10th. 1SS3-1:N17. 11. C. Wood. J. I'. Iiecninzten, S. I'. 14acttter and othE•rs.-_'Oth, 1•'l]F4, J. P. I;^:nir,_ton, If. C. Wood. jr. and othot•s. =1st- 1`r_G- If. C. Wood ;r. (with C. 111. La Wall and others, 1J'_tr37 ;.lrthur O.~ul and others. 7')-43- ) The 19tii ei1. baszed upon the United States pharmacnprnix: 20th upon the United Stntes phurur.u•opceia uud rhe. British t;,2i-1Sc'131 o t n n n n 1 1, 81 4 7-313? 7
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. 50257 2513 . 75 VIII Qe -30 S.P. U.S. DEPT. os COMM. 1. PUBLICATION Oit REPORT N0. 2.GoYL Aeees3)on No. 1. ReupwnCs Aeeessioo No. B1BL10GRAPHIC DATA VBS Tech Note 1103 SHEET 4. (ITLE AND SUBT)TLE S. Publication Date A~st 1979 FULL-SCALE BUR.*1ING BEHAVIOR OF UPHOLSTERED CHAIRS e. PeAonwee Or)"saUat Coda 7. AU T HOR(S) 1. Pertormint OrQan.. Neport No. . '~'~`Vyienls Babiauskaa' ""'" !. PERFORta1NG CRCANS::AT10N NAME AND ADDRESS 1Q ProJact/Tayc/rfoth 1)nit No, NATIONAL BURCAU OF STANDARDS 11. CanUxVGrant No DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE MASHINGTON, DC 20234 12. SPONSORING ORGC.NIZATIOY NAME AND COMPLETE ADURESS(srn.r, C4y, su.., slr) 13 13. Type of Repo.t & Pcr,od CovenM Sponsored in part by: Veterans Administration f f a ense Df p rtment o De ins Ag.ncy Code Safety Commission ~onsumer Product [] Document describes a compoter program; SF-185, FIPS Software Summary, is attached. 16. ABSTRACT (A 2oo+.-a « I... rca..t --o .r -.I .rrrr+s.M .na...rron. rr row...wr i.a.d... ..rrns.e. .ra~a~.ss « Nr.r.aa..rmF. w.etiw. rt t..w.) A test program was conducted to determine the fire behavior of a variety of upholstered chairs subjected to a flaming ignition. Major variables were materials and construction of chairs, room veatilation, and type of ignition sourccs. A total of 16 types of traditional and modern design chairs were tested in a full-scale, otherwise unfurnished room. A folded up newspaper at fy / 'the~f eac~ r~t was used as the standard ignition source. ~~ , • Rooid teiJbi=y criteria were based on smoke, concentra- y . - -J Lw..r F1.... j
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50257 2529 ~~ RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 261 Ba 1981 CANCER MAFIA, INTRIGUES AND A MULTIMILLION BUSINESS IN ONE DISEASE. ( Die KrebsMafia. Intrigen und Millionengeschafte Mit einer Krankheit. ) with English suMMary R. St. ToMek.Casabianca, Monaco.312 p..81.(IN : GER.) ISN = 3752 ~ ~ n 0 t1 Q! I' 8 2 1
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;. 50257..•2526 ?.;, TOBACCO--SMOY.IVG--PSYCHOLOGY/S:•tOF:ING HAvITS--U. S./DRUG A3tiSE/ ^OCAINE/ ~ ALCOHOLISM/`SARIHUANA/HALLUCItiOGEhS/HEROIN/STIMULAA"fS/TRAXQUILI.7.ERS/ ' 79 II IIn3 DRUG USE AMONG AMERlCAN . HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS 1975-1977 by Lloya D. Johnston, Ph.D. Jer,oIcf,(.;r,$achrnarx Ph.D. Patrick M. O'Malley, Ph.D. Institute for Social Research The University of Michigan DHEW Publication 0. (ADM)78-619 Printed 1977 Reprinted 1978 National Institute on Drug Abuse Division of Research 5600 Fishers Lane - Rockville, Maryland 20857 0 1 WIS. BEP1MTQEI`* Ok HLIALAi, &UCATION, AND WELFARE Public Health Service 1Ur.nhnl nnin AhiFCCS anri Montal Waalth orlmin(ctraNnn
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50257 2520 . t xI MeAi (g.P.! 1, Pc~oAT NO. ` - " EPA-450_/3-74049 AUTO`'tOB LE F.XiiAUSE TAS/ 4. TITL: ANO SvLE Carbon Monoxide 14easurFR,ents in the Vicinity of Sports Stadiums :x f+EC'P•EVTs ACCESS:OrNNO, 5. REPORT OATE July_ 1973 !. 1.41VT?7Oeif10 f Each, k'.D:, B.W. Crissi:an, C.E. Decker,. J.W. Minear, P.P. Rasberry and J.8. 'ian-Praahl - 4. PERFORMING ORGANiZATtOY CODE 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION HEPORT v( ~ 4. T_P.FGRWaNCi OR''avIZAPibN NAME ANO AOORESS • . TO. PRC.GRAM ELEMENT NO. Research Triangle Institute 2AC 129 Research Trianvl e Pdrk, N.C. 27711 1{1. CONTRACT/.:fiANT NA 12. SoO.•VSORoNG AGENCY NAME ANO AOORESS TJ. TYPE OF REPORT ANO PERIOOCOVERE[' U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Final JunA-Julv 1973 Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards . 14.sPONSOR9NG A3eNCY COOE Monitorir.o and Cata Analysis Division Research Triangle Park, N.C. 27711 ~ Monitoring studies of ambient CO concentrations in the vicinity of major league ~ baseball stadiums in Pittsburgh and Atlanta were conducted for approximately I week in each location. Wind speed and direction were also recorded on the site. Traffic was monitored for 1-hour periods before and after games.. Grab samples of CO were also obtained during the one hour periods before and after games. No violations of the 1-hour National Ambient Air Quality Standard for CO were observed. Highest concentration occurred iryr,2diately after the games. Traffic was observed to clear out within about 30 minutes after a game. Some of the dati suggest that a less (Jfiqien~j s terr)of($rar(fic1co~1roi~ m~,y result in violations of the 1-hour National Ambient. Air~uaT"ity Standard iti cet'tai~ locations. : . . . . , I • . .
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; SMOKING HABITS--U. S./DRUG ABUSE/MARIJUANA/ALCOHOLISM/ ~ 50257 .2527 • ` SMOKING HABITS--STU,DENTS/ ' RC 566 Un ; 1980 . The University of Michigan i o~no 1975-198O by Lloyd D. Johnston, Ph.D. %Ph.D Patrick M. U'Ma!ley, Ph.D. Institute for Social Research Nauona! Inatnute on O" AOusN DivfSion of iNfOarcP %OD FiSREfi LaIN " Rock.UlU. t+taryian0 20057 u:& /puDlic N.a1tn 54fVrq _; iiicofwt. D.up ADuae. and 6tantal Msnn AomiNUsuatWw , . _. . , i ~ r l - ` `Highlights,From - STUDENT DRUG USE ' IN AMERICA
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50257 2505 &47tJ- /~.2-411 ,. , 76 III Re3 77 FLUIDIZED BED DRYERS (Review with 44 references.- A review of all kinds of fluidized bed dryers used for drying various types of granulated materials, such as coal, lime, and inorganic and organic salts as well as fi::brous materials, pastes, suspensions and liquids) . II. f. POMAHKOB, H. S. PAll1KObCKAj, B. E. BAbEHKO. A. ,lj. I'OJIbL,'IfKEP M , ~ . eT01 nCCBit00)Ki1'.KettHH' C1f0A 3CPHHCTbIX M3TCpHa- HO 6O:IbulaSt HepaBHONiepHOCTb CyIlIXH, TaK KaK B pe- TOB. no:iyqttBtuH,i pacnpocrpaHexlte B Hacroas!ee 3ynbrare XaOTH4eCKOrO ABHiKCHHA yacrttu npH nHTell- BpeMA, n03B01ReT pe3K0 HHTCHCH4)HuHpO3aTb MHOrHe CItBHOtit a3p02HHaNtH4eCK0-,t nepeMenlHB3HHH BpCAfA npe- Texao:IorHttecKHe npoueccw, B TOM qHene H npoucce 6rlBaiiHfl OTj1CJ1bHbIX tIaCTi:u B CaOe 3HaRHTP.1bxO oT;ltt- cymKH. O;lHaxo Ao nocne,ZHero BpeateHH R ncenAooacH- qaeTCSt or cpeaHero BpCNteHlt npe6wsatttla ncero r,tarepxa- xceuHOat caoe BwCytllttBa7HCb ToabKO CbtnyqHe MaTe- Jla. O.1Hauo B Tex c;lyuaslx, Koraa yCTaltOBKa AoJiit<Ha pttanw: yrOYb. H3BeCTlifiK, mHitepa:11bHble H oprauH14e- Gblrb iie.ri0por0a, npOCTOH H 06naAaTb BbICOKHMH 3K0- cKHe coatt HApyrite Beluecraa. He,taBHO 3ror >,terO.1 HoatHVecxtV-tH noxa3areJiRatH, a HepaBito%tepHOCrb cytu- y11a,iocb pacnpocrpaHHTb iia Cyu1Ky BO:IOKHHCTb:x tt Ktt He HMCCT G3J3b(110r0 3HatieHHA, npti:.teHAlor oAHO- nacTOO¢pa3ttax MarepHaaoa, a TaKA<e Ha cytnKy Be- KauerHbie cytuttnKH.. . - ukecTB, Haxo,1RUil1xcR ti Btute pacrBOpoB It.Cycr:eltsliit. HaH6oaee AaaflHKH H caMbl~tH pacnpocrpaxeHHwl.ttt Tah Kax npaKTHPtecl:oc ocyluecrBlexxe 3TOro npo- s npONtbnuneHttoCTH Cyt1IH:IK: r.tH AnR oGpaGorKH 3ep- uec+ca it ero 346,eKTItBHOCTb 3aBHCAT B 3HaLlHTC:IbH01t . IiHCTbIX `daTCpHa110B 51B:I'110TCR OAHOKamCpHble 4HJ1HHJj- eTeneHtr or KOilcrpyKUHH cywHAKx, uCZecoo6pa3HO pltvecxHe cytuHllKH. K 3TOli rpynne OTHOCHTCR no~ly- CHCTe-NIaTH3Hp0BaTb 1t paCCSiOTpeTb H'.teioultecsl KOH- QitBliiaB TIIHpOKOC pacnpocrpaHeHite lfenpeptaauoaeif- crpyKUnH~qyul noI~• n~Ba,e~ Kt~ estljwNt ~.zoe~ T~.-It~ crsyiou,aa cyulKnKa CHCrelaw rFluo-Solidsa (CllIA)1'a Cyt1tH.,K1t `f en1ept~ttor'd AexcTB'1#s ~O pa3aefiil•ib (ptsc. 1). ja nepByro oqepeub iia oaHOKaNtep)ible (una o;Xttocexutsoll- CyulHrixH 3TOU CHCTer.tbl, xax npasttno, pa6oTalor c Hwe) It MHOrOKaMCpIiUE• (t1:IH LStiOroCeK!,::OHHhfe). 33- NPRt:Cf1Kt~~tN rnnalfu r..arnnwonn i^nn Anll ....% ..... I
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t 0 50257 2533 DISSERTATI01`IS--U1'IIVERSITY 0F- WISCONSIN/ FOOD--POISONIhG/ - . -,. 76-6,086 MicrorU~d by Uni.- of t•i.. YAatogapAr-cintma GIATZ, Bonita Ann. 1948- PHYSIOIAGY OF C~ILLUS CEFEUS f..~MR[7POXIN PROWCPION The Dniversity of flisconsin-Ptadison, Ph.D., 1975 Bacteriology ; i A ` Unirersity \ficroC~Ims. Ann Asbor`rMichitan ~ ~ (This title card prepared by The University of ~Visconsio-radison) ' (1 ~l% jz ~''
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; 50257,': 2528 : r . RC 1 483. Me ' 1981 ~ l ~ i 1 1 i 4 PSYCHIATRY/HIGH RISK POPULATIONS/BIRTH DEFECTS/ TWINS/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/ , Prospective Longitudinal Research ' ~~Empirica! Basis for the Primary Prevention of ~/Psychosocial Disorders ;- I Ed'ited by SARNOFF A. MEDNICK, Ph.D., Dr. Med. Professor, University of Southern California Director. Psykologisk Institut, Korrwnunehospitalet, Copenhagen ConsuKant in Merual Health to the WHO Regional Office tor Euops and ANDRt E. BAERT, M.D. Regional Officer for Mental Health, WHO Regiatal Office /or Europe Assistant Editor ~A~~A. Social S~ience Research bustitute. Universrty af Southern Cafifomia ~shsd on D.MN d ft aA0Hwn Ory.rrz.oon R.piorW Ollks /a Eaap. O:brd Naw York Toronw /r4bourr OXFORD UNNERSiTY PRESS 1981 o I o o n 0 1 1' 8 a. 0
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'Vk, - _.•-- 50257 2536 Studies of biosynthesis in Esch,erichia coli (byl Richard B. Roberts iand others) Washingtor., Carnegie Institution of Washington, 1955. ziv, 521 p. Illus., diagra., tables. 26 cm. (Carnegie Institution of Washington. Publication 607) Bibliography : p. 453-b.?1. L Bacillus coH communis. z Roberts, Richard Brooke, 1D10- u. Titt,l~e~#3iosynthesis in Escherichia coli. (Series) QRZ92fflQ9$8:' 589.953 55-2886 rev -- Copy 3. ~ AS32.A5 no. 607 Library of Congress (r55Q1G1
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, . S0,257 2532 . Voi. 31, No. 2, 1968 BiOCH'_'MICAL AND BfOPFiYSICA1 RESEARCH COMMUNICATIONS -----~_ •;rf1 ~J?,a -7fS./~• ON THE CENE CONTI?6L LINC THE RATE OF AMYLASE PItGDUCTION I1d InrTLL'~S' SUB T I LI S '""" '•", ~_ The auther (Yuki, 19b7- ) prevaously reported of the intrn-strairn transformation of amylase gene in Bacilluc subtilis. In that study, it was noticed that different strains of the bacteria had different rates of a;aylnse production, and that when an ar•, ' mutant of a strain was trana- formed to LmZ+_by DNA of another strain producing amylase at a higher rate than the former, there occurred two types of amylase producers, one produced amylase at the rate similar to that of the donor strain and the 0 I tl 0 tl 0 1 1 8 2 4 . ~-..~.,~..~ >
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50257 2530, Removing nitrogen, phosphorus, and other nutrients concE design engineel s ar, d water" and wastewater offici this special issue of W&WE answers the orilemma of Waste & Waste Eng. 13(2)'•4-'6(19 ' II Mes76 S.P. The answer depends on lake cl3ssificatiori conditions, such as input of phosphorus frcrn natural sources, these authors say. also has been done uninte ~ where treated or untreated effluents h3ve been introda lakes. In many instances. thi su'Red in a rapid acceleratic evtrophication piocass, marked deterioration in water Dy RagW-WoBaebrit8rm-and John R. Jones Eutrophicaiion can be re ~ There is concern about wY be done to pravent arti!;cal - , o ~ o'on o r t, s~~ 0
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A. ` 50257 ; 25q0„ , . : BACILLUS POPILLIAE /MICROBIAL POLYSACCIiARIT)ES /POLYSACCHARIDF.S--BIOSYNTHE! ARTHROBArTF.R POLYSACCHARIDF.S/t'ADMTUM --TOYICITY/ - :/WATER--BACTERIA/ POLYETHYLENE GLYCOLS, BIODEGRADATION OF/YEASTS ANU MnLD/ " STRAW, MICROBIAL UTILIZATION OF (A review)/ QR Ad 1978 Applied Microbi&ogy VoLUMEZ3 Edifed by D. PERLMAN 1978 n 0 1 1~~ 2 V ACADEMIC PRESS, New York Son Francisco London ADVANCES IN - A Subsidiary of Narcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers _ _ - _. _,_7
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. Bacillus'±thur ingiersis ;: _ •* ,.u.~. .~ Annual review of microbialo~y. v. Stanford, Calif., Annual Reviews, /7v. illus. 23 cm.
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.BacS;2lvs.;tuberCulosis= Stodcla, Frank Harold, 1J05- Chemical transformations by microorfianisms. Wiley 11958) 134 p. illus. 20 cm. (E. R. Squibb lectures on microbial products) Includes bibliograpby. \ ew York, chemistry of 1. Microbiology. Z. Biological chemistry. 3. Bacillus tuberculosis. y X ---~-.~----- . i. Title. QR84.S83 Library of Congress '576 589.95 000210, i 58-134G9 $ ' ~ ~
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50257 2542 oe`Z - 9 I tlg`iS) , 0 f by J. ReIss MikroLiologischcs LaLoratorium CraGamhaus Stuclt K.G. 655 Bad I:reuznacls, li'est Gcrmany SUMMARY The inhibition of the germination of Bacillus subtilis spores by patulin provides a sensitive and simple technique for the microbiological detection of this mycotoxin. The paper disc assay procedure is performed in standardized plastic plates containing agar and spores. Significant inhibition was obtained with as little as 1pg patulin. , "I
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r © .I 50257 2546 ; w: i.ZGkEETTE L' 3ETLE AS A i ZS i'. t: Y Csiiv3~ SL• r^~ tMAL Photo from: Jour. Ecaa. Entcn-oi. 739-749 (Dzc:-ber 1339) >?
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- 50257 ; 254.1,. ~ / INl3DCTI0N OF STRM'iO:fT1-MI-DEP1.717MMIT ge-Zhoag, Tong by Tong Ke-Zho*sg, Li Ming-Veng, No Hsin-ChuSa and Siang Wan-Nian ACID, DIETIIFL SULPHATE, AT) ULTF.AVIDLBT LiGM= MTATION IN BACILLUS SUBTILIS fF~.T?I FIITROUS Sciantia Sinica XD (No. 4) 562-69 (1966) 0iQ'aa0 1 i~33 ~ ;
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"I i i ? 1 I I P.c S.P. 50257 2537 BIOC•IfI~IIC.~ ET BI(i?'iii S?i.:: : CTA •~~~%- 23 (1957) PROPERTiES AND I\Dt:CTiO:: OF N-r AL:ICTOSIllASE 01~'O E. LANDMAN Dcflarlmtnl of 13at!triolo~,*y, Z: nircrsi!v of Illinois, Urbana Ill. (U.S.A.) For several years past, the enz}me fl-ga}actosidase has been a focus of intcrest in er,- zy,nc biosynthcsis studicsl--; and, to some e.x'Lelrt, in studies dealing with the moci^ of enzyme,actions. This popularity is due- not so much to the intrinsic importance of this enzynne but rather to thc availability o; a fast and accurate assaymetliod. Furthcr, f-balactosidasc is generally inducible and is formed in ahuu:dant amounts in microl~;a? cells in response to an array of inducing substancca'•i. \\'IWn \t'EIIS[;LL's reportC of protoulast formation in Bacillus nzc;a'criunx offered .: proITtis'.T?a avenue of attack on the problem of enzyme biosynthesis M a subcclii:'.:r systen',, the enzyme of choice in ih:s l:tiioI'2ioTV' and Clsell'ilCreg \1'as, of coL::6e, ~ f;a}aCtoslC aSe. _ ©~ o O f1 t) 1 i 8 2 9
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;50257 2538; + , rot. . . ' - Itolanical Laboralory, T're $::zle U~tiuersily of U1rceF.1, . Ulreeh: (The \'e1F•rrlar:ds) • - i . SUMMARY ~ . • '~ x. ~3-ualactosidse (~-D-galactoside balactohydrolase, EC 3.2.i.23) was isolated ~ from Bacillz-s sublilis and partially purified. _ ~ 2. \\Iten the ineasuremcnts were made at saturating or r,c;arly saturati:!g cor.- ~ eentrations of substrate there -was a linear relationship betw•een the quantity of .I 1 T, l.c-73 ~ '''~ I'' 11'I17:' :~L SCi:1if: i i:C}Y'E ~~.' ,.1-. (;,,. .,. .. .~_~ . t-..J C). T t~L 71 L,~ ^ .L.^.CTC)=:ll:~SE nr R gig `~•' j3' 1 it:• viof enzyme azad the amount of product formed, and a linear formation of product wztl-i i :ii;ie. The en-r,yniic activity „-as iiot influenced by ions. 3. The optimum pH for hydrolytic acthity was 6.5. ~. The optimum temherature for hydrol}•sis was 50°. The t:nzy:ne w.s relatively hcat-stable- The enzyme was not inactirated durin; i h 4t 50°. At 5J° the inactivation was x5 io after 3o min of exposure. nSa!1'initv cons+a::t for la_ctose ~::u'.: • --o--2. The constln:s*for the comi.Lon . 0 1 o n n o i 1' 63 0
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I (cf•si) ttTZ rsgtX (9/ •CR) T9 •uv:) -28d8d 4".;Ylc; Tmn.TVA 2sa"In Tmo NI "'IrsI'mzssollo-o ln': WWraX 6bSZ [SZOS - 0
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50257-:2534;• ~ J~ . .•-=BI-lC4LLV.J0-1CE f \EUS,*. FC7OD*PMSONfNG~. , ,>~, rnz,7,4 1,,ac -7G C0,4) 7~7 ~o cs7y) • By S. A. Eade, D.M.A. F.R.S.H., Chief Public Health Inspecto of Walton and Weybridge Urban District. i •f"he recent reference in Food Epidemiology Notes to food T " ~ poisoning caused by Bacillus cercus in rice prompts me to forward so:ne observations and information on ex- • periences within the Walton and Weybridge District. Two suspected outbreaks have occurred. In the first, two persons purchased similar 'take-away' meals from a Chinese restaurant at about 12•30 hrs. The meals which comprised ehicken and mushroom with fried rice were consumed at about 13•00 hrs., and at about 13•30 hrs., both persons lett ill with abdominal pains, headache and nausea; One vomited at 13.45 hrs., and the other at 14.00 hrs. The piastic containers in which the food was sold and which contained a few grains of rice, were recovered but, after discussing }~ 2he mat®r w h t Dftctc ot~h e bcal~Pu}M. H alt:O -•-...1...._ ~V=.. .~ _. Pork curry, mixed vegetables, crispy meat balls- No pathogens isolated. Fried rice-Bacillus cereus isolated. Colony count 2•5 x 101, per Sram. The rice used in the restaurar.t v.•as American Lon Grain. The procedure was to bcit sufficient rice ezc morning to last throughout the day and this was done in large container. It was impossible to obtain any accurat information as to the length of time the rice was boiled bL it appeared to be a reiatively short period. Following ba linc the rice was kept at the back of the cooking range where served as the source of rice for all meals prepared Curin, the day, small quantities being fried in oil as required. K; - direct heat was applied to the container whilst it ren-ain-e i
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•. \ ` !v~- - ' • y-' ~- . ~ . ~ f .. . .. . r r.', 50257 2531 i w~ 824Go ~ 1te Genus ~t~~'~-~~y uth E. Gordon, professor. 1973 x. Institute of ~Iicrobiology, Rutgers Uni. ers N Bil NJ ewrunswc: ,.. William C. Haynes, principal bacteriologi: Ao icultural Rcscarch Scrvice Northern Regional Research Laboratou Uh'ITED STA'fES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE . A^riculturc Handbook No. 42 o / 7 Peoria, 111. research assistlnt Nay Yang C. Hor- , , washinston, D.C. y~sued October 1973 . Institute of ~licrobiology, l:utgers Univer. I~Tew Brunswick, N.J. Tror rak 41 the Superinten.lent of T)ocumenta, U.S. Government Printing ORiee. , . wasLi.xton. D.C. 'to4o . rrire: 3~ 0.: f paper eovcr) / L f^' r Q r Y ~ Stock Num4cr O100-.60 t9 {.~,_ '+tl:y'~`.,'TP.V'.. .v`1•M nyC.
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.50257.2535 SOILS--MICROOI;CANIS'iS/NITRITES IN AtEP.T PRODUCTS/ FISII FARMl?D,TiACTE'tIAL DIS::ASES OF/OILS, t(ICRORTAL DEGRADATION OF(in the Sea PETROCHEMICALS TN TIiE SEA, "+ICP.O?3IAL DMRADATION OF /,SILACE !tAY,INC/ FOOD--;4ICROBIOLOGY/*!EAT=-EACTE?:IOLOCY/n1iIRY PRODUCTS/l3ACILI:US" CEREU3 POQ2g.TZ_r,/CLOSTRIDIL'M IiOTUZItIiTi•t/ ROTLYLIS:1/,1YCOTOXI.*:S IN FOOD/ THE SOCIETY FOR APPLIED BACTERIOLOGY SYMPOSIUM SERIES NO.4 QR •115 Sk 1976 PDDL . , . , MICR4BIOL4GY IN AGRICULTURE, FISHERIES AND FOOD Edtted by F. A. SKINNER AND 1 e 0 ~ ~0 n o lE,l' 8 2 7 ~ ~ - J. G. CARR 1976 ACADEMIC PRESS LONDON • N: W YORK • SAN FRANCISCO I
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~ ~ 50257 2545. .:. _., .~...,.o.. 2l¢w apP=ca.brs to pcsC control and eradicztion; t: sy~aosiccn spo:zsor~d by ttaa ftsti,ci2es Subdiv'_si---a of t•rb-- Livision of Agricui*_t:ral aad r^o,)d C:-sm.c-:.`y at t}:e 1N2ad w.2L'::?v, of Lttp- Amtir`1C911 L,:,.^-i t.al Society, Atlar.:.ic City, N. J., Se2tr--..&yr Zi, StanIey A, Hall, sJ-o.2asiu:a caairmaa. Amecican CY~,~cal Socia :y, I:53e xi, 74 p. 24 cm. (Advanoes in chesnistry . series, 41) Incicu.~es bibl.iograp--k-js.
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. . , _ . 50257 .. 2550 • . ~ 77 III Du iiv ~' T ~1`'~'L~~,~Ui+r~:tOt~ AND ~-Ic~if: ~~ Bf:/~ A ~ 2 S.P. -. MRL-TR-7a.139 ~-~Z OF ETHARD lV. VAN STEE. MAlOR, USAF. VC KENNETH C: ..RACK. Ph.D. ' FEBRUARY 1971 AEROSPACE 1•iL-DICAI. RE:SEA'.tCli LABORATORY AEROSI'ACF A1L•i)ICAC. DIVISION / AIR FORCE SYSTEMS COMMAND 1~ `VRtG1iT-PATRiRSON A1R FORCE 3ASC, 01110 tetTO...M t.• NATIONAL TFCHNICAL INFOR~h:.TION SERVICE s...wo.. v. I.ui o i o o n 8 4 9.
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~.... _... r... .. _ . ~ -~:,: ~:. ~.,. ~. ,. . 50257 2560 Kunowski, H. Back-Trocken-Eisaromen. Garrrisch- 1 Partenkirchen Fachliteratur-Ermittlungs und t berichtsdienst fur Industrie und Forschung, 1 42 p. 28 cm. r T
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Ilk, - - .-- , .~ I I I lhi2-76 ® S.P. Y'i ' 1*" .F 50257 2552 l. THE EFFECT OF BRO;.4OTRIFL'JOiiOti".ETHANE ON OPERANT BEIIAVIOR IN MONKEYS Vernon L. Carter, Jr., Major, USAF, VC KtwewC'.~ack; _ 31I:1.T. Aerospace Mcdical Research Laboratory Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio and Donald N. Farrer, Ph. D. 6571st -Aero:nedical Research Laboratory Holloman Air Force Base, New Mexico t AMRL-TR-69-130 PAPER NO. 5 D D C_ I- 2-0 ao T7 f; i~ M1 r% ~ AUG 19 1970 d I INTRODC CTION O The Apollo and School of Aerospace Medicine fires in January of 1967 have stimu- ]ated a great deal of int;~-est by the U.S. Air Force in the search for -:-.at is factory fire suppression agents for use in oxygen rich atmospheres. Agents, inc,uc:ing water and various haloalkancs, have been evaluaced for effectiveness in these atmosoheres (Botteri and Manheim, 1969). Of the agents for which some fire fighting zxpericnce ~rsos, ~ly ~atena; ~bl.rq:not~-ifl~ro~ettAne (CBrF,) potentially fulfilled the estab- Tished requirements, With CBrF, being the most effective on a pound for pound basis.
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. .....i..a...~.r - - .._._~1..~ f..~ia 300 50257 2557. Ba , 2 I''r1AR:4hCOLOGY OF }10RNMO:'..4L ?OLYPEPTZDES AbTD PROIEZ::S, edi[ed by 23athae Back, Luciano Martini, and Rodolfo PBoletti. (Advances in ExvPrlmants,l Modicln4 ana Eio1cay, V. 2.) 1968 660 pages P2anann Prass New York, N. Y.
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50257 2553 AMRL-~ 11:-70-101 Vernon t_. Carter, Major, USAF, VC ; PAPER I1O. 20 -T-------- I National Aeronau*_ics and Space Administration 'ciousto:I, T: has ~ James D. MacEwec, Ph. D. ~ . EFfFEC1S OF 1tiNALATiON CF F21:ON 113 ON LABO :ATORY ANINIALS :Paul M. Chikos, M. D. j Syste;:/Led Corporation . 14355 33th Street, N. E. i Wrisht-Pattersoo Air Force Base, Ohio Seattle, Washington ~ and ~ Ken:jetk-C:-'Back; Ph. D. ? i -. '... i. : } i 1. Aerospac~.~-Medical ?tesunrc;t Laboratory ( 1 r- :. Wr. ight-Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio -"' -' -------•. ~:_ ~_ ---------------- :ciy t.'.E~ ot t..e i.~t r T':"'._. Cc :.er V ll +•-' ~~ Ll 1 ' ... <.:: ce c.-. ~..\-.... ...iJ..~.... . _ ~ - ~~. J `% ~ ~.... ~' 6 C:i.. L~.vV~C..:J:. ~.'. _.. .. . ~.t. ' . .. ~ ~ .,~• ~~ .. ..~ -. . . ,. . (._ _ . ...... ., .~ ... ... L'.• .~.~.. ~c'~ .......-.. ~ . .li. ~
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~-- --- - -," FLAV0?:&%'TS--F00n/ 50257 2558- . .99 305 TF-c)" cr i / -' 7V ~ i 1974 eOlTlhGE`PC I30aI-~ ~ oF , v5GRB3 HND ,3I?ICE3 Z~ erAIrzE r,oEWcrn~M: n;~D . ,~.~ MR1WF.7t LITTLE, BROiVN AND COMPANY BOSTON TORONTO 1 t 8 -q -e1
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.. ~ 50257 2565 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 1449 Ba 1976 4~"`,a.c`~'c4'.;,~Tesoro,G. C.;Toong,T. Y.;Moussa,N. A.; ; TEXTILE FABRIC FLAMMABILITY. Since our coMpany is a MeMber of the Industrial Liaison PrograM, we are entitled to a 40'/% discount. MIT Press.CaMbridge, MA..76. ISN = 5096 t 4 i A 0 0 0 1 1 8 5 7
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P1".uL7)C ,. . 50257 2551• CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS OF BROMOTRIFLUOROMETHANE Paul M. Chii:os, Jr., Captain, USAF, MC Ethard \V. Van Stee, Major, USAF, VC ' D n C an lJd Kenneth C. • Back, Ph. D. O ' : -~ ~ f, ~-, 7~ .~.L~ Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory A~„ ; 21 1S s0 + \Vright-i atterson Air Force Base, Ohio INTRODUCTION -r- --t ~, J V l:~ :~ C - The purpose of this study was to investigate the cen:ral nervous system effects of bronsotrifluoron;etha nc (CIirF,) using clcctroph~•siolo.ical methods and to compare these results with expo,-ure to h:tlo;hane, a close chemical congener and general anes- thetic agcnt. Carter (1969) demonstrated performance decrements in monkels trained on continuous and di-~~Crete avoidancc performance tasks when exposed to 20-25; CBrF3 in oxyi;en. \'ctn Stec and Back (1969) i emonstrated that dcMs exhibitcd excitement and tremors at concentrations as low as 20;,) Cl3rF, in oxygen and convulsions at concentra- tious j)f S(;~, GI1rF, an,l hirher. 'I'hese convulsions were hlox:ked by thiopcntal a[1c~Sthe- ai~ ~ncn rt~} ( ~c C~S)~urt~ier r,eho~-tcd~that at cc~ncentrations of 10~~ CE3r1', in air, ht,ln:ttt'lc~lMitr~`~s o~~•~.i d0creNicn'E~ iitj)crformancc. 0
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50257 2564 I III nu~-78 S.P. CLINICAL TOXICOLOGY 12 (1), pp. G9-75 (1978) Gas Chromatography-N", ass Spectromotry of Fluorocarbons 11 and 12 in Biologic Specimens © ~tpDjAt-Q-GgF3AleKEII; Ph.D., and RAUL V. PLSANO, :A.D. Office of the Chief Medical Examiner State of 1Vest Virginia South Charleston, Wcst Virginia 25309 t 4 l r~ 0 n o 1 1 8 5 6
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VII UnA (1969) ByQrs, George B. IT PAYS TO PEM AND CUT BURLEY TOBACCO EIPE, by George B. Byars, CharlQa E. Bortasr tnd Williaa B. Back (3nivoraity of ICmntucky, College of Ao,ricultiara aud Home Ecouomics, Agricultural Extension Bivisioa Circular 483) 1950 8 Pagea Uuivorsity of Kentucky Loxiagton, Kentucky ~ ~. y
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50257 2548 PYROLYSISf 74 III No S.V. Papperstidn. 76 (16) 609-610 (1973) % Not-e on n1olten cellulose produced in a iase:- beam ,~... SOREN B. NORDIN. JAN O. NYRC-N and-ERAS7`I:.`"BACf~pSwcdish Forest Products Rcscarch Laboratory. Stockholm,Swcdcn Dr. Ernst Back, head of the Fibre Building Board l Department at the S.vcdish Forest Products Re- search Laboratory, has submitted the brief sum- ntary below of an intcresting investigation urricd' out by him and co-Workcrs. The full text of the article has been submitted to the Textile Research Journal for publication but in the meantime our rcadcrs might enjoy this summary. ~ KEYWORDS: Cellulose, Alelting, Lasers, Crystallinity, Pyrolysis. The possibility of melting crystalline cellulose has hith- erto been givcn little consideration. This is due to l/ / t~ tI`bv',/f~l~yla/A ~ L S V'- r'~.'iJY 4, t- Fia. 7 Scanning electron micrographs at two different magnifications of a cotton lintcr oarcr. uhich has passed the laser beam. Note that the formed bubbles partially have lost their fibriilar s:rvcture- 0 o na-.•, ~ 1 8 4 a0 i
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50257 25,61 75 VIII Re-76 -. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 VIII.Re-76 s.p. S.P. Knoepfler, N. B.; Neumeyerp J. P.; Koenig,.P. A. (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Southern Reg. Cent., New Orleans, La. U• S.) ., . " «~«. gACKCOATED~`1SATTRESSq' TICKINGS 'AS.r1~• -rACTORr:IN-IMETINC'MATTRESS::•FLA,X"tABIUI1~ STANOARD"FF"'4=72: 7 Consumer Prod. Flamability 2 (No. 1) 70-83 (1975)(in English) *Keywords:* cigarettes. i f t j ~ t ~ ABSTRACT: The effectiveness of backcoatings foi mattress iickings in ~ preventing the ignition of mattresses by cigarettes is described. Thermo- ~ plastie resins as backcoatings function by interfering with heat transfer : s ` from the mattress surface to the undertying cotton batting filling. Polymer backcoatings can be rated good, fair, or poor, based upon their effectiveness in preventing cigarette ignition of mini-mattresses containing ~- : Imarginalty flame and glow resistant cotton batting. The most effective i polymer found was an acrylic resin which at an add-on tevet of 7.9% by ` 1 - weight of the ticking prevented cigaret;e ignition of mattresses. Air per- i f ineability of the backcoated ticking is an important factor in the resistance , . ~of the mattress to ignition. ' 0 i 0 0 n o f! 8 S 3 0
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50257 2555 V A a..r...c r..•I..tr•1r..l..r.wwl - " ' .. III Duz-77 Aerospace l..ec:ical Research Laboratory '. UNCLFtiSSIFICD S.P. Acroapacc \Scdicai Division, Air Force Sys:crns Cori- .'~ m.ind. t~,_rt1ht-P<~t`.ersonr 1_orce~.isc+., Ohto 45433 N/A wc.•owt ....• t Hl'POTF.':SION DU^J,:G PROhSOTRI: LUOitOMET1i11.Vi EXPOSURE Fin~l . wV Ethard \V. Van St+:e. Maj, USAF, VG 1iQlirioth3C.r 8 si~: 11h'.D," i . Nf0-OMT D.t( r... ro~.~. •-o. os ••.acs +f 20 i1. w0. O• wE•1 August 1971 •. SVwv16[..fqtap. wtl[f •. aas.w.c I 1:. SiQY]•J-.•.1C W(../~NY •C111.T. Aerospace Medical Research Laboratery Aerospace Medical Div, Air Force Systems i;o nr. an:i Vrric;~L-P.~trerson F5. OH 45433 b Cardiac output and mean a:terial blcad pressure measurements were performed on ar.esthc.tized dogs during exposurr to bio:^c:riflusro:nethane. Left ver.tricular end diasto:ic pressu:e was rcccrdec?,iron ar.est'i,ctized o;>en-chestcd 4ogs and monkeys d~::ng exposure to CBrF3. A sf5nifica:.t d.:crnase in total peri;.«-a1 ,,res stance and rryocarc'.ial cc•r.t:lc*ility ~.ere shown to :ombine to produce a re- veibl0h•: ~teio:8du4g it-posurc to C3rF3 .
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1: --- - . Sq7 - - , ' . Gu.in.. W w.- r....~......... . Zr. l.trgaoc • tult t6A • 19 ! • 74 III Ba3 C~ELLULOSE AT .3IGN TEtFF.YATT3RES, A iOCROSSLIIvZCINGs GLASTP.ANLTT0;1 A.'3D ?9-::.TING IN C0z ?ASER RhYS. By ""'-7L'.Le`BACK"Y"'.-~yp , tI - Cetlutose bei hohen Temperaturen: ;:)etbstvernetzung S + . Y (Clasumwanci;ung und Setimelzen unter Einwirkung von E.asers:rz-.h!en von E L Bacic Celtutose at high temperatures, autocross(inwinq, gJastrantti- qb5ic{ft m;t diesem Rererat ist es. d;e wichtigsten Ghe- t(oo and melting in C•O, laser rays miscf:en und phystkahst~en Erscheinunyen in Ce1lu- Modei experimenta in tha tcmceratures up to 3E0° C show r (ose und Ze!lstc:f t:et erhbhten Temoerat.tren zusam,- 4' at dehydrating• autocross;inking of adjoin;r.g chatns is the menzufassen. Hierbei benutzte 6e:sp:e!e scammen at.s most imporiant react on in a scnd cetiu:osc paise. lust as qrbeiten• die an der Faserplattenabteitung des Schwe- M other potymers it prccu.ea rig:c,ty and a s.vecAnq hinder. S dischen Hoizforschungsinstitut5 in enter Reihe von h h w u means that a prcduces wet stren3:ns as well. ,:, proc• ' fahren durctegefuttrt wurden. ess for tha p.•od ution of ve!suff corrugater board by heat ' tneat.•n-nt is rererred. l - ' . ~ . Cef:vlose has a number cf secondary t~aasiNOn terrperaturea • Chemische Hauptre3ktionen t d c an a giastransrt:on at 230 C. On heating to 30C= C the ' Chetaistdt e.ehen gibt es rHei Ha:c^t: eal;tioncn in g " i anxtrp.`o a cc!tulosp aciten su'ncent!y td.o.rmit the moutd- -- der festen Celiulcsephase, namtich te:ls eine dehy- sn!_._•. __ . .. _. .__... ~. . ~- .~«._ ~.. ~.. ......a Cn•Jl.r.r. -. _ 01 a'Qn b I f 839 ,
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Ilkl'•`-- 50257 2556 _ - .. I . .__._ _. -- - -------- - . TAXICnL(X I 'iY ANI) APPt.{FD P1IARMACOUI(:v 15. 164-174 (t7G7) t III Du2-76 Short-Term Inhalation txposut•e.to f3rotnotrifuoromethanet S.P. ~' ETtiAKn W. VAN SrrF +rD K&-"-rn,.C.: BAcxi ' Toxic lfa.onlc Dirhic,n, 6S7or1r Arrc,.cpace Medical Research LaMoratorie.c, Patterwn Air Forct t1u.u Wrigh!- Ohio 45433 . • Rectirca' September 26. 1968 . Shcrt-Tcrm Inhalation Exposure to Bromotrifluoromcthanc. VAN STet:, ETHARU N1t., and BACK. KFti.~L•TtI C. (19G9). Tuxicul. ilp,)l. Pliarntac•a1. 15, 164-174. Exposure of dos and monkeys to 10-50°; bromotri(luoromcth- ane (CBrF,) caused cardiovascularand ccntral ncrvoussystcm ctTccts which increased in scvctitywith increasing CBrF, concentration. An initial fall in mean arterial blood pr:ssure of 10-20 m:n Hg at the lower CBrF., concen- trations and 40-60 mm lig at thc higher CBrF} concentrations was observed. Most animals developed spontancous cardiac arrhythm;as within 1-3 min of exposure to 40 % or more ('BrF,. Arrhythmias could be produccd in those animals not developing arrhythmias spontancously by the intravenous injection of a pressor dose of epinephrinc. Larger doses of cpincparinc (5-101cg;kg) caused ventricular fib.-illa;ir.n %.ith cardiac arrest in dogs and, commc-tll, spontaneous dctibriilation in monkeys. Epitcpti- tom) com•ulsions..•cre seen in about 50°0 of th: dogs exposcd to 50-R0°; CBrF3 while conscious. Conscious monkcys, on the other hand, became 1coarg", anp r.okon4sio& w8e seen. I3romotrifluorontclhanc'- (CnrF;l is of interest to the United States Air Forc-. as a f .
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4•c%:ra•: Cl...:h-..-s'• .......•..... .~~~a . - .• 5.0257 2554 DOCL: :Ei.T C0:! : t:0:. UI.TA • R & U (Cr(.:.(ry, f/.r.il:r.:iort e( !iJr• l.dr al nS.•rn-t nr., n.'rrall rrrrorf N rl.+srlllyd) • . .S• I ~ FLUOROCHRBONS CN HEXGB?;RBI'TAL SLELPING J+ND ZOXAZOLA,'.9INE PARALYSIS ~r , . 6 0 f•O•t/LrraAilr.v &CTIVrTV(.:rrp.•rfr~artncr) . • ISw,.t:L'OriTSEC•~f.rT• CLA351.tC41/4N ~ UnclUssiiic3 Acrospacc i\•ledicril Research Lal:.c:atory, Aerospace 1~9edi•cal Division, /::r Force Systc-as Command, l%Trigh:-'-~• ~~o-° r, t~rson nir ~r•r•c C~nio 4S=-33. 1 N/11 OCJ~RBC;JS AND DRUG i.4ETABOL:S,v1 :v1: TIiE EFFECT OF ^ 'Hhl~•Gii\~~ED I-i1'D , TL~,ES IN a• p[fC/rlnT/vC wOTCS(7)p. aafrportandintlu/ire lo1e.) f Keincth C. Back, F'h. D. James P. F. Murphy . S• a41••Oh Frr.ir•.:ce evt!d/e 'Ethard'~l~ V~:' Var2 5tee, •:.•;ajar, 'u5XF, VC '• '' 6-NL/•ONT LA1C T)s±cen•.h-r 1 Q7 1 •.- a.• To ; Kcy words: Continuous exposure Pathology To>:icological screening Gas chro:natogra,.w Electron microscopy Propc!llar•t toxicity ~ 1jitsOc:pftt %fts (j'~rc:-+.nt4cl aa thd PAceec:inas o, the 2r.ci Annual Conierence on Environmcntal Toxicc]ogy, sponsored by the S•,•stc:.'ied Corporation and held in l'a~irborn, Chio on 31 J+L:?ust, ) amd: 2 Sel)tCtS;ber 1971. ?.,ajor tcchnical a:'cas
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111XI•-v-, 50257 2563 HEART--DISEASES/ r ` `y The Belgian multifactor preventive trial in CVD*(I).'*-. ! Y Decanb,er 1977 Hart BuDetin 8, 143-146 a~ - - - ~ - r ~ -,EffWW. M. KO1K,-SfRER•••, G 'MLLLY' and .. . Design and methodology 01 II 8 - 1 : Summary ~ Thc Btlgian mulrifactor preventi.•e trial in cardio- vascular discasc (C~'D} is a controlled cpidcmiulogic , study of the influane of a'preventivc l+nogrammc on • cardiovascvlar risk factor levels. In the (oxgitudinal part of ihc trial, the influcncc of changes in risk factor o t a Q•. n a 8 S S k.ds on cardiovascular morbidity and mortality is studicd. In this paper are subscqucntly presented: the study population, the general design of the study, standardization procedures of mcthuds and screening ezamination. the intervention programme and the follow-up systcm. - -
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_...._.._ .x.:r.....::.~.....:.. ._..~>;n _ ~' -`' - 50257 .2567 Ge l (1969) Cederlof, Ri:ne cr © BACICG°OtJIdD dF "fiNGINA PECTO:IS", Relationship Between Sraokin,g and Other Social end Eavirorsmental Factors, by Rf.rss (`-ndAr1 oi , L_w_ a F_.t hs o e-n.i Zi1 enA% Brl2bec Paper presented at the First in*_ernationel Syaposiiua on Twin Studies, Rome 1969 n o
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50257 2539 , j• ~ •.r r~.... _..a......y..:r.~...~.,_...~..~~+r.~.- - - :_~._..~ - .a...~+,. ..~._ ..J .....-.._....... ._ °., Bacii.lus--Nicotine dagrtcdingr At, I•i._r:°obia1 d^-du+ifln of r.icotins cr.3 ~t CV V~ .r..r V V+r V `~a V ~ V TJV, J ViVIL C'A, LIJ`t.V {.iLLy _i.~.__~r~~ •~ r _. 1. _ _.~..~L !~ _r.w.. a:.d p;vsinlogical propert.iase s- Chem, ?84 . ., .. In Japanese with Bng1Ui~ sinnaa-rjy. 0 nnc~.w:~ i
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50257 2573 . 73 XI To TOBACCO--ECONOMzCS/ R.11 CL':SS `.0. PF-V-PaLET 73 XI To To'•acco . lic:, (in Tobzcco f I 0! ~ 0 E1 0 1 1 8~i 5 -- -
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.. Pk.:' -'' , 50257 2572 ;~BACKGROUND INFORMATIOI411 ; ON- HAZAP.DOUS`-:WASTE--MATERIALS -, - ~ PREPARED FOR THE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY INSTITUTE STATE WORKSHOPS ON HAZARDOUS WASTE MANAGEMENT BY THE ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY INSTITUTE WASHINGTON, D.C. 19 DECEMBER 1975 Environmental Policy Instiffite 200 Third :trect, 5.t:. W.ishington, D.C. 20003 . 1 202 /5a4-8200 0 1 ~ 0 ~ 0 i i$
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~clo~nan: ,~t~Ie~ COMPETITION IN TiIE Ci&AICAL It1DUSTRYo 1964 90 po Manufctcturtng Ch2ut3sts' Associat2or., Inc. Washington n 0 I
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\ .aaN I•pa ISI, f; : ,0` ": r..:a: uu. p J" .f~ r..uis•1 T'I8L ~ L'vSt2f['i'tri::'IIV ti~-~NN: 'd :dyd~s.t~o!l4!:1 'G9GI' nOVI,,4 'AI '.ll '`I•1' :C •3iSmtt 3o Suuijr.ritmo; li:or1sno.n: .)iI T. '~4oL.`.~P~1~~? ~ I ~
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, ~ - --, i:zi c ¢, fF _ JI s, ~ 50257 2568 , I ii 11-le, A-, - _ I3t~~~~ f4llL~~~nCLtII2f'Il~iitioi~~ol~~ 4valuation,of,-e::.:. ~c~cut~a~.icr~~al~~x~osi~~.~,:~os_A~irLvr•ilc,~Asbcstos . mom Ioint ACGltl-AIHA Aerosol IlctZarrLs Evaluation Comntittee a" . Wv.:r.,.d. Ny~. - ,o-.,., . .%W, ft7~f, Q4+•'e. Tt.is review prescn9l background information and literature documentation to supl+lecrtiela tbe "Rcc•ou'mcuded Proc:•dures for Samplin;; and C'ountin;; Asbestos Fi- b.r.: !'rocedures for Oic i;valuation of Occupational l:xpomurc to Airbornc Asbcstos" prcpaeed by lhc joint A( GIIi-AIIIA Aerosol }lazards Evaluation Comsnittcc. It resica-s llie nature of thc inhalation hazard :usociatcd with asbcstos fibers, tlie sanzp?iati and ana!}lic methods ahich have been used, :m.d a rationale for the sciectiou of thc tnemhranc filter samptinb-optical phase microscope iJcotification and ussay methodolos;y which is recommended. 0~ n 0[1 Q f 1 3 si 0 i
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/ Mct~ROUP]D ''~'~:R Ho:'L - A r =1=a =' iR--F3CG~',~V Arxricsn Ca. cer Society, Public I.-formation Co:-m-ittee. F3AC1G3CUtD FOR FAOPE - A r1 r-'TEE`i YEA?Z PP.O'...`RL~'ZS REPORT CF THE AMft,iCQ CEi:3CER SCCiETI'. h'ew York Tiraes, Section 10 (March 27, 1960) 16 pages New York Tir,ss 1960 If W
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50257 2571: 4~aGlC~ :~A~IA~O~+fi' ~CONCEItN~NG`.~ TFiI~` • : . sauTE. -,r -CAT~TFOBt4~A` AND..~~~CYO~OIfX~O"RIVER -AQtEDUCfs Uct':'' 1961" I(y~:'' typewiitten -
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• . ~ ~. Ilk, r - _ 50257 2569 CEiEMISTitY, rEDICAL A.~iD ?ItAZ1ACE=JTICaL,` ; ' DRL'GS--BIJ:.OGICAL RE.t;EPTORS/ DRU. GS--8I0CHE;IISTRY/*iICOTI?iE--PHAP.XACOi }~~ DRUGS---~SOLECU'..t:R I;dTEMCTIO?d/EI3ZYcjr.S--IN'dIEITORS/ , .J . •\J E.•?..: 7~7 \hTM S--SLBSTRATE_R&1CiT.(l'.iSY PHAT~~EICCI,.OGY j ?'SQE.r.CU'I:AR/ a 0 L.: J 1. lV 1 1 L1 L J 1J [' , n17 ,.PDDL ~ . • . ..Bad x wr.Desigt~ ANDREJUS KOROLKOVAS Doctor ir< Pharmacy and Biochemistry Assistant I'cofc.%sor of :'h:.:mactutical Chcmistry , University of S3o Paulo, Slo Paulo, Brazil ; WILEY-INTEP.SCIENCE a Divisioa ujloiut ff ,1lcy & Soiu, Ltc. NLW YORK • LONDO:: • SYDNEY - TORONTO O ' . MOLECLTALAR PHARM.ACOLOGY . .. ' . • - . .
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' _. .. ._ ... . TS -3wcon, ... C ~•, • Chemicql x A ' Aa-&ol.ca.7 Cr6rnical Society. Davisicr Agricul tural and Food Chomi stryp Ch©mdstry of Tobacco, rz symrosi,:::, prosflntod at the A. C. S. Di2ma*_:d :i- : i. .;~ meeting. 2240 during-Flue-curir.&. From: Ind. and Eng. Che:n. 44: 26 5-30-C-) '. _c
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~ ~. ~ r 50257 2581 Y Boron, copperp mangan©acr and :inc rea,uirL- ments tests of tobacco, by C. W. 33ccn, W. R. Leighty, nnd J. F. BuZloc'•c. Bew Savrn, Gon.^sc- ticut Agricultural Experiment St!itionp 1950. 'ft:con "'C:. 27 p. . 23 cm. (Technical. Bulletin 'No. 1009) _.~
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v, ' . ti'- - ,. - xx MeF 50257 2578. . . (1970) - I S.P. R. J. h.eynolda Tobacco Co., Fteseerch rr.3 Product Developmeht Deyartu,Eacs~; Sc,~c:.ce IAfozmaticn Divia }oa l+DDiTI4'EJ, iINGia:yIALZviS, IN:ZDI:+G ~}'it~FCTDAR~F ~``1WC'~Th'IIFW'riQ wtSil f._Ti7R7, 71 t/17SiYi'"nc.TZC Fi&GG-"N-TS, rLAv0R SirJi:MSsS, ETC., by R. 3. R.^ynoYdo Tcbacc.o Ca., Researzh and Product Dsvelcgwnt Departmsatg, Scienca Infarmatica Div:Eicn, =d Lc ;cy :.aelk. 1970 A collection of matezial W;us ton-Sa1em, N. C.
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r aa •Q 9 57 QO:L2LYTLj£um _~~ r330 2~a-;?uTwj !~uuwssvi45 'S 'II 'd L£ '[~(jj +an2t1g •~--~o~rtg .,~ se',wsr p;~B ac"uc~ `~:~~?o ~jll?.K auGw~~ =uoGU~ 'h '0 fR .R ^ ,. r.l, ~t7 SS r~~ry`` c • RNr`T• •SL JrJ1..-i. ::.'.'.4~II !~ VJ.l11.'1• •: ~+ 1'4. .JI`l J1;.7 L ~ av'tJ •l?•I:1 09SZ LSZOS , .. r
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` - .. -- - ~ .,~ We' . _._; ~ p2 50257 2582 "~ Eacon:"-QipXZew* TS Garner, ~Vibhtman «'eIL~, 1575- ~ ' 2240 Tobacco curing (by W. ZF. Garner; rev. by James E. Mc- ; G Murtrey, Jr., and C. Z1'. Bacon. Rev. Oct. 1947. lti nshina ton, U. S. Govt. Print. Off.,19471 j ~ ; 22 p. Sllus. 24 cm. (U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Farmers' bulle- ~ ~ tin, no. 5~) -:i Contribution from Bureau of Plant Industry Soils and Agricultural I S21.A6 rev. no.523 Engineering. , , t ~ l. Tobaccor-Curing, i. Mc-%furtres, James Edward, 18J3- ed. a. Bacon, Charles Walter, 1856- joint ed. in. Series. t 633.71 Agr 47-355* i U. S. Dept. of Agr. Libr. j.) lAa&4F no. 523 rev. 1947 for Library of Congress E71•t n cj I ,
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NBSIR 78-1438 ' ~1~16f= x' ~~GARETTE~ C L~ ~O F U PH Q LST~R E a"FU R N ITU R E; ~~"., i9m Center for Fire Research National Ensineerinq Laboratory National Bureau of Standards Washington, D.C. 20234 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE. Juanita M. Kreps. Secretary Dr. SidneY Harnnan. Under Secretaiy Jordan J. Bansch. Assistant Secnt.ry for Sdence and 7edrnology NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS. Ernest Ambler. Dinctoi This report brings together data, information, and reports generated by the Center for Fire Research (CFR) at the National Bureau of Standards (NBS) and by others during four years of work on the development of the test method. All of this information was used in the preparation of a recommended Proposed Standard for the Flabbability (Cigarette Ignition Resistance) of Upholstered Furniture, PFF 6-76....' Ml% 75 VIII Re-80 50257 2576 's. P. fWACK=UP'~EPORT~Fb*R
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Radicbiology S-;mposia, 195/- New York, Academic Press, 1955. I v. 23 cm. 0 1 ~ A n0 1 1 6 8 A 50257 2592 ,
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•~---r- ' ..,-.x.:_: ~.,.,~.c_:,..:.•~...~ .b r..:...,...~~.:+..... ~.:.`.~ .~ -- ~ s .f " 50257 2583. - " _ Ii-ZV PRODL'CTS ~ RE;EARIM , i::DUSiRIAL--Iv~'r1 _ s~?ODU~S/ I InB3 73 Y~L e bv Planned innovation -. . ~[Tiff Jbcs(viate Professor of Nlla• rketing Michigan State University and - Thomas W. Fiutler, Jr. ~ Professor oi E:ectric:a•anu Computer Engineering 3 The University of Michigan i . ~ i A Dynainic; App: oach for Selectinv, Evaluat:n g, and Guiciing, S uccessful Development of New Products Industrial D_velopmeat rJiv;sion The Universav of M:chiz::n Institute of Science and Technology $ 7 S ll l.l t, ') 1
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50257 2566 L#, . - ~ ~t r y ~~J(O~' 1 , 9 ('6 )!/ y-7) ,-V o/-i/ VOL. 9, PP. 401-4I 1(1971) Il e ,Z L_2 1k POLYMER LETTERS PROPOSED RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR GEL PERIMEATiON CIIROIIATOGP.APHY TERN1S AND RE• LATIONSI-IIPS* Gel Permeation Chromatography (GPC) began as gel filtration chromato- graphy which is attributed to Porath and Flodin (1). The division between , GPC and gel filtrition chromatography came with the invention of new col- umn pacl:ings for org3nic-solvent phase wor'r-, by Moore (2). Since ;1•toore's paper a dual literature has developed. Gel Filtration Chromatography separ- ates molecules according to their size in solution. It employs aqueous sol- v:~nts an lr), ~''rop iirc~{ ~lusi h~kings. It is usually perforrned by a bio- ~: n n ch`Atisll~nd'.~•ne,lly ~r'vufves n::t;:ral product scl>arations. Gcl 1'ermeminn s-
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50257 2584 xx BACDy RT:+JD; '°CHICK'ENc`S~IN;; A..'1ID`-PIG 'SKI:1 SALVAGE rtPC FOR FOOD=-A-COI:LECiIO;t OF"'INFflRM TIO:d t : 9 R.J.Rayaolds Zbbacco Co., P~Aearch ( and Product L~^avolouweut Dapsrtments, I' Scionc3'Znfca=ation Division, 8!?G-ON RI2tD, CHICKMY SKIN, AND PIG : Kj2d SALVAG3 !~UR ; COD--A COLUCTiON OP Mlb:IMKbION, by R.J.::vynolc3s Tobacco Co., 2iasearch sud Procuct Davelopment Dap$rtnents, science In- formation Division, and Roy Me©k. ~. ~ ~ifa ton-~16~, X. C. ~ tl n n 1 1 8 7 6 Y
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~~:i Lt' ~' -- - ~ . I 50257 2591 ~~. ;.~ia' cot 4iiet~cd::;..'_M~ ~^~.. - ~° Mikhailev, M. K. 0 METODE WILKINSON'A, PflILLIPS;A I, BACOT'A DLYA OPREDELENIYA KHLOROGENOVOI- KISLOTY V TABAKE. .' ( On•the Wilkiason, Phillips and...Bacot.Method of Determining Chloro.geni~ Acid in Tobacco.~ Comptes Rend. Acad. 8ulg@Lre Sci. 12 (No. 6) i525-28 (Nov.,,Dec.`1959)
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50257 2593 TOGBACCO--ANALYTICAL MEgfiODS/ _ ... , . . - 72 VI Re-77 . RJR CLASS N0 MPHL PA _ . . - S•P• iBacso, '*'J. f Kalinka, G. 7 '(Atomki Debrecen, Hung.) _._ _.i:u I ANALYSIS OF TOBACCO AND ITS BURNING PRODUCTS BYvX-RAY E."IISSION SPECT}.Oc-, Or vv-•- Atomki Kozlemenyek 18, 565-75 (1976) (in Hungarian with English abstrr,ct) *Constituents to numerous to list* ~ Cigarette tobacco c I c~aret-te pisper,-"ash; butt`and-smoke--1 ihave been analysed for inorganic components by X-ray " emission anaiysis• 28 elements were determined - quantitatively In each sample, covering the 400 000 - 10,06 ppm' range. We examined the way of these elements ,from cigarette Into smoke, determined the eff-iclency of the f I I ter, and est imated the~ tox*ic / ty of some ~ eiem_ents for smokers. - 0 1 cl 0: n-bn i t 8 - R f; 'i
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1 . QW.ow 50257 2585 Gr6wr 1971. Vo1.9. pp. 3:1-3:5. Pergamon Prea. Pmued in (:reel+riciin 40.. ELECTRON MICI:OSCOPE STUDY OF TIHE ~~1ICROS''1a.; CI'UP.E OF CARBON AND GRAYIIITE FIP)ERS FI:OM A RAYON 1'ItLCURSOR=` I ''~`iROC~R-iA~01~"and A. F. SILVAGGI Union Catbide Corporation. 1'arma Technical Center, Parma, Ohio 44130 (f:erciued I Seplanbcr 1970) Abstract-The micrrlsut:cture of carbon and graphite fibers (including high modulus graphite fibers) made froct a rayon j>rccursor has been studied by both transmission and surface replica electron microsrop}'. On the ultrafine scale, high modulus graphite fibers cotuain a horn:Ncosub of axialiti• oriented micropores, - 60A apart, separated by long, ribbon-like tayct packets of ul~bostratic graphite. On a largcr scale, the ,raphite fibers con;ist of bundlcs of fibrils each ~- 500A in diameter. Failure of the bonds between O t ~ 0 t~se~rilstis bc~ic.( ~to1~ re.~onsible for the gr, iny appearance of fracture surfaces a f the~ ten~jenc ,f ,,15e fiXers to spiit long, ituc.inallv. The fibrils apparently have a {i1wt s PrC{larcd_ at 1 lOWCr heat treatnlent temperature, '~. 19. d ~
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. 11XI. ..- , 0 401 e C ot0 50257 2586 AROUSAL AND THE Ra1GE OF CUE -UTILIZA4IO:~' 80 II Ey-80 .S.P. ~S~`EPl`~'$AE~O'Ji#~~1 etsl l~cid.a Isdiawa Uxirertirr 19~•, Ca. t02. Aa t. The present experiment explores the effeets of arousnl on the range of stimulus responsiveness in terms of sensitivity and response criterion changes, the amount of attention initially focused on the stimulus, and the locus of etfect of arousal. The Ss simultaneously performed a pursuit-rotor tracking task and an auditory signal detection task under differcnt levels of arou:al, temporal locus of effect conditions, and dcgrecs of attention being focused on the auditory cue. Results indicate that arounal narrows the range of cues processed by systematically reducing responsiveness to those aspects of the situation which initially attract a lesser degree of attentional focus. This stimulus loss under arousal reprerents, independently: of any response criterion changes, an actual diminution in the Ss' sensitivity. In addition, it seems that arousal mediates its effect not so much by impeding the initial sensory impression as by affecting the capacity limitations and atpentional control processes operating within short-term memory. - Discussions of the effects of em3tional arousal on the breadth of attention are assuming an increasingly promincnt role in accounts of the experiential and , be- havioral consequences of arousal (Easter- brook, 1959' l: rchi~ , 1~ 64' %%'acl~itel, {~96~'} Xl~te, ~971~. "F.fte lfisiAheoret.ical formulation is provided by Eastcrhrook, ously performing a central pursuit-meter tracking task and a peripheral visual de- tection task, aroused Ss evidence consid- erable decrement in responding to the visual stimuli. Perhaps the primary question that can be put to the arottsal-reduced cue-utiliza- tion formulation concerns the nature of~ i
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50257 2587 4 g&MrSPOIViCr=X""COLLECTIQY" 0F"`I1~"PORMATIaf1 R.J.Rayno2ds Tobacro Co., RcEearr,h and Product L-ave3.apraont D~ipwrtwsnts, Scienco Info: ~..3tiea D3.vision, DACON E.~''2i g!.rG:,°,--li G4*L=Z'it}ft OF I?iFmr.~~ia iGN, by H. J. i?.cynald.; Tebacco Co. y Raz-aarch and Prcduct ~'*daiopmsnt t3.^gartrsoats, C-ci2ncQ infor=ai:ion Diviaican, and Boy Ex;ak. ~968 it`1I38 tOri^-F.wa1Q9, N. E`i. 0 -..~..•~~ . 0 1n;n n n t 1 8 7 9 w
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• Ji1'COF;ACTEi IA/ICOCARbIAE/ 50257 2594 ..,.._....POLLUiTIOU/PESTICIDES= -r~tICROBIOLOGY/AIr'TIitIGTICSz-BIOCFicMISTRY/giCq'-F;;;T.li% ~~ QR ADYANCES !N ~ ~..r., r. __:.....~....,.M.~ ~ • YOLUFi1E 18 . . Aa. ~U U ~ 1974 • • ' ~+ll~cro~~ology :. (~~) 197a Edited by D. PERLMAN Schoof of fharmacy Tho University of Wisconsin 7Aodisoe, W;sconsin ACADEMiC PRESS, New York San Francisco London A Subsidiory of Horcourt Brace Jovanovich, Pubiishers
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I TS 50257 2589 : 2240 D 1 .B a co£NubF~•.:.;:~ ..: ',~.ai ~ r`.t Phfilip::3 2bs Tt~ CFEC2GCAL C('.I:PDSIn TC?J Or MFdcSEIrLi- TI4L' GP,AMS OF THI: 10,51 0D 1552 CROPS 0F BUIUM TCjAL'CO 3NCL'uDiM CM iTC!'L 2•EF"i tODSp by rbx Phillips and lu; r ov 14, E~tcot. U. S. Sapar2TMeni: of Agricultvrep Tscbaica1 Bulletin Ha. 1186. 9.4lagoa 1958 D. S. Depsrtme3ltt of Agri m1•tzu'ei idash. p Da C o
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50257 2596 , TP FISHING INDUSTRY/SALMONF.LLA/SANITATION/AFLATOXINS/ . 370 Cn DISEASES--MICROORGANISMS/TOXICANTS--FOOD/MICROBIOLOGY/ - 1973 NHCRoOMAL SAFETY ~sa~=BACTERIA t- I QF F1SH7.--.['Z"Y PRODUCTS ! EditedbY I'IShSp=-DISEASE50AtiD PFS?'S/ . O. CHiCHESTER prporfinent of Food Scio-nea and Reaource Chani;try i'aircnaily of Rhode Island ' liingston, Rhode Island . .1973 FOOD, FROZEN--MICROBIOLOGY/ H. D. GRAHAM Departmsr,t of Dairy and Food Stienu Unirersity of Sasxalchctran Saakatoon, Sasha:cheu•an, Cana,ia ACADEMIC PRESS New York and London n . ~ . 1 :d- 8 . A . . g_ . _ .. - --------
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lik,. ..- _ . ~ - ~.~..-~ . TI% ) ti ,V- 9 ssp 50257 2595 ~,~JJ~ vesl? NOTES Comparison of the effects of threeflaorocarbons on certain bicteria! ~ O. W. VAN AUKEN AND J. HEALY Departn:ent of Physical and Biological Sciences, Southwest Research lnstitute, P.O. Drawer 28510. San Antortio, Texas 78284 AND A. J. KAUFMANN Department of Life Sciences, St. ,tifary's Universitc, San .I ntonio, Texas 78228 Accepted September 24, 1974 VAN AUKEN, O. W., J. HEM.t', and A. J. KAuFUArK. 1975. Comparison of the effects of three fluorocarbons on certain bacteria. Can. J. Dticrobiol. 21: 221-226. Three fluerocarbons were tested to determine theireffect on bacterial ¢rowth. Freon 11 and 21 I 0 I no na I t raa 7
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lqt V -.5A25,7 2574 REPORT DOCUMENTATION •1,,.sePORr rw• s s~.aw~rs ~..~.. ra E PAGE 7379-2 4. TkN .nA IritltN '1 O.po.t OK. Sumanasy Report of the NCAQ Atmospt-zric Dispersion• Nbdeling March 1980 Panel - W1uae 2: Hadcground'.& Supparting i43teraal$ R a. A~wNCAQ Project Officer: Jaanes E. r"'airobent a P.dwn"a o.g.nd8.ei.. R.x w •s. P.wemwf o.a.c,.n« N.a...e As3.«. A.E. Nugent, G.S. HoopeS, ja Proi.wr..riw..r Unit w. J. Mikula, ard J.J. Fkaomian rames & Hbore 7101 W1Scon.4in Avenue 33. Cont..ct(C) « 6r.ee(G) fiM. : Bethesda, MID 20014 cQ " • . ~ 1L i0eww.ML oR.wlastlen N.me and AAA.... L7. Tnw d R.Yat 6 Iv/N Cov..M National CYRCiSs]An on Air Quality 499 South Capitol St., S.W., 2nd F1oor Washington, D.C. 20003 . : ~•. . , A sroa.wwwaa N«« F'iaal Repart _ of Panel Meet-ing Eeld in liestai, Virginia, Wveober 13-16, 1979. • u Asst..cc (Lin~it 200 .«ua~ This is a tsao=volune rePort of r. 22-menber Attm~ic Dispersion l~bdel ' Panel ~J oonvened by the National Catm,ission on Air Quality to provide guidance on: 1) uses and limitations of currently ~~^',.~able moaels .!or sir quality managenent: and. 2) appropriate dispersion andels. and,'or technir,-' approaches to be coasidered in the Catmission's sive regional studies (Zos Angeles evaluation of the Clesn Air Act through five canprehen are3. New York/Hartford, Ct. area, and the }d'act}~ci~r VQlWfsca Lausvs~.~e•'~o/pincPa ' 1 , N N 1 'qq + -IR i% .
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50257 2588. TiiS CW•ffCAL Cw=+Ta;'L: 07 GRIl1TJ:'S 07 iTS ZL'52 a:?3 3.': 51, . G;le::iS Gn r tr`;: -. CURED TOBaCCO U, S. W-partzanL cf lse7ieult::r°ea VPxketing Scridce? .eol-.ac:3 Bu33.etin i:a. "s225. 1960 3.26 u,. ['~ U. S. Dept. of Wa;.hingtang D, C. ~ 1 wn n(1 ~ t S R u r I I
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STOCHASTIC Tl:ERMAL PROCESS EVALUATION / I O C AND DECISIOy-!'AKING FOR COUOUCTION-NEATEO FOODS A Dissertation Presented ~ . 0 I o 0 n o! 1 1 8 9~S
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50257 2606, Piastics/ Films, Plastic/ Packaging material--Degradation/ "::Bacteria/ 72 III Rel R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product S. P. Development Departments, Science Information Division $IODEGRADABLE PLASTICS, A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division and John Whalen 1972 Winston-Salem, N. C. 4 C S 9 .8
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50257 2598 y!'WfTr,~/!'w , P. /~~.:~~-rds~jl . £ l~~~~Gl~¢ ~/ L~vyZC-,YTR AT s",4 RA;-»~l~BJp'GTIS=RiA~ . ~l R t~'SES` !6l./~ t ITy ed~'.~TRj~/ /'c' j~,~S TI _-A6 Te R ~sy/.N'isI T~ ~ Ra /c /Ls i~/ iSR r~'iP /1A~t:rs'i . a rr',~ t~ ~ . wve-t TS R -- Pmj?j Fi«rrTDk 47 7 a W2ter," nd Water Pollution Handbook VOLUME 1 • 01- (in focrr volumes) Edited by LEONARD L. CIACCIO GTE LABORATORIES INCORPORATED BAYSIDE.1riEW YORK o 1 n n n a 1 i 8 9[)
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ISZ . 50257• .2601 BIOCFIIMICA ET BIOPFiYSICA ACTA . • /, ISOLATION AND PROPERTIES OF BACTERIA CAPABLE OF HIGH ' RATES'- OF fl-GALACTOSIDASE S~Yk..~NTHESIS • . . , . . . • .' . ' A procedure is described for the isolation of bacteria able to make unusually large* quantities of Q-galactosidase. A number of such hyper strains, as they arc called, have been isolated and some have been found to make protein containing as much as 25 % fl-galactosidase. This enzyme in these strains 'appears to be identical with that in normal strains with respect to I4iic1l: elis eonsfant,' heat sensitivity, sedimentation 0 f t? 0 C? 0 11 3 9 3 TADAO HORIUCHI', JUN-ICHI TO;viIZAWA" AND AARON NOVICK Instituts of Molecular Biology, Univkrsity of Oragon, Eugans, Orap. (U.S.A.)• ~ (Iieceived May z¢h, 1961) .~ ! ~ d SUMMARY . .• - . .... . .. . . .. _ A .--V- --- : t ~ i
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50257 2599 79 II St . a n .1.our. Hygiene 49, 220-246(1951) _ THE SURVIVAI. OI+'y~AG"TERIA DUP~I\TG AND AFTER ~ ''DRYING' BY R. 31. FRY, 1LR.C.S. .t.w R. I. N. GRE AVES, M.D. (CAxT 1B.) Public Health Laboratory Service, Cwnbridge and Department of Patliology, University of Cambridge .' (With fl rioryures in the Text) CO\'TENTS , I. Introduction . . . . . . . . II. Technique . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . (a) Preparation of suspensions (L) .lIethods used for viable counts . . . . . . . . (c) Drying technique IIT. The effect of the suspending fluid on the survival rate (a) The effect of glucose added to the suspending fluid (L•) The effect of carbohydrates other than glucose . (c) The effect of changes in the protective colloiu IV. The effect of aoo of culture on survival . . . . V. The effect of cell concentration on survival . . . . V1. Tl:e time of ma%imum killing during drying ffIL1 Thqeffej3 of 9cctive dryinos . , . . : . VIII. The effect of changing the tcst organism . • . . . IN. Discussion . . . . . . . . . . . 220 . 221 . 221 ' . 221 .. . 222 .' . 222 . 224 . 225 . 223 - 229 . . 229 , 230
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r~ ..L. _ . 50257 2597 C;± vSTI't iD 1-VJPf 6vrK -44.'"A9 Fo d D-- S#ft As.~l I3~c Tc~ 4P lA~ F$01>- - Q19c Tc2 -*A ~'O~D i~ ®iS'tit~i.~+ ~Ti~~ w®d • --~9ieRO9ioL O fy ,~ ~ r~ 0 d© -- /~l'/ o~.~ F v v D-- TO x ic a'3~/ 1`S oja by A. B. Christre ,~ F 4 Q DT-TY G I ENF TP3,7Q /0 A .TIOUS DISEASES ND CAMPING IN GREECE DEMIOLOGY AND CLINICAL PRACTICE : and S. Livingstone Ltd.) 0 t n o n c, I . AND FOOD HAZARDS 11771 for all who handle food • A. B. CHRISTIE, M.A., M.D., D.P.H., D.C.H. Hcad of Department of Infectious Diseases, Universi!y of Liverpool Consultant Physician, Fazakerley Hospital, Liverpool and MARY C. CHRISTIE National Diploma, Hotel and Catering Institute I ~ R 9 With ilinstrations by
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~ .- --- - ~~f 310 pa 50257 2605 t A; , : . Fra6L~'.... ~Tp,.,'~~RPS/PouLTKy1l'`~~ew - . _~ _ .. , . . . SYMPOSIUM ON ~ C~ ~ ~~ MICROBIOLOGICAL STANDARDS FOR 0 1~l 0n 4 1 1 8 9 7 POULTRY PP.ODUCTS
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TD .0rJrR,, BI OLOCI CAL PROBLEM S ill XAIER POLLUTION Transactions o"~~f a Seminar on 8iolopical Proole¢s In Water Pollution held at the Robert A. Taft Sanitary Er.pineerinp Center Cincinnati. Ohio Aprii 23 - 27. 1950 Cosplled and Edited by n ~ n n I i 8 9 9 CIAREXCf M. 7ARZWELL &-:: $.. OEPARTN.Et1T OF HEAITIi, EDJCATl011, AND HELFARE Public Health Service Bureau of State Services Division o! Sanitary Engineering Services Robcrt A. Taft Sanitary Engiceerins Center i957
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50257_2540 Wilkinson, Frank B.; F:hillips, ?ar.; Bacet, Aubrey 4t.: The chemical ccmpcsition cf..... VI uL,*d ccu Rescarcn (.onferenc~. To Tobacco fhFmists ' .rz,e3Qarch ConferoncA. No. 10, Wa shi^ ;ton, D. C. ?~~ot-^r ~: T 295 b s > expended nbstracts, o t n o n cj ~~~~ 2
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! xx kbfai-! 2/i ~ 71A'1TC2:,/ baC`PS i,it 3A/ ' ' - - ' . S0257 2608 APPZ.ICATIONS OF AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY . ~1 IN INDUSTRY A TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER PROFILE ~'ONTAMINATION CONTROL - Prepared for - : ~. The Technology Utilization Office (Code KT) National Aeronaiaics and Space Administration ,ell Q# ~ n n n i 1 9 t1 n Contract I`SR-0/ -004-06"s - Prepared by - v University of Denver Zu2y 1971 G)Denvcr Research Institutc Industrial I:conomi cs Division
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.50257 2614 . i ,Bacteriil A f Alexander, Hartin. INTROIXJCTICN TO SOIL NSCROBIOLOGY. 1961 472 p. Wiloy New York o ~ ~ 0 n a 1 1 9 0 6
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50257 2612 QR I 8acteria, `'v id= M A ADVANCES IN APPLIED MICROBIOLOGY. v. 1So2- NeW Yvrk, Academic Press. v. 24 cn. In A 01 0 0 0 0 1 1 9 0 4
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50257 2613 H r_ t Advances in food research. v. 1- 1$ hev York, Academic Press, 1948-54-9f G3- C,"cj 6~t~,%'!0 /~ v. 24 cm. ac-Y, 3, ~~~ 1S 3 e- v. t3 M .4. 0 1 o b nn 1 1 9 0S 4
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50257 2615 I Ann=l review of biochemistry, ti. 1-aq., 3,~ -3'1, JSr-rij,2 A23Z, ;34.j;t: I Sta<- ord University, Calif., Anneia2 revievs, inc. Latc. ~ 1932- locjG3-(S, v. diagrs. 23 cm. > 0 1 Ca~ n o 1 ! 90 7
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50257 2616, . Bacteri8.v':j:`= ~--- ~. Annual review of microbiology. v. 1- Stunford, Calif., Annual Revie«-s,1947- .. . illus. 23 cm. Editor: v.1- C. F.. Clifton. l. 3licro-organfsms--Tearboulcs. r. Clifton, CLarlrs F:ruIt. 1:041- ed. QRl.A5 ~ 58J.J505S ~~--432' ~ Library of Congress i5?ah , 0 t«t~ no 1 1 90 $
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50257 2609 ume o - ;. ENZYMES/ENZYMES---SYNTfiESIS/BIOSYNTHESIS/AMINO ACIDS--BIOSYNTIiESIS/ MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL/PATEN'3'S/ QR GENETICS OF INDUSTRIAL Edited by: ZDE,-KO vaNEs 53 Va IMICLOORG:INIS~~IS ZDELAr. HOSTXLEIi 1973 I JOSEF CUDLN. l Y Institute of Nlicrobiolo~y f 1 _. _._. ~_ . ----- - . . ... . EISEYIER PUBLISHING COMPANY Amsterdam - London - Ne:v York 1973 r ~ 1~ f? n n 1 1 t~6~.~ -7 Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences s Prague
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L'isset, Kenneth Alexander. The cytology and life-history of bacteria. Williams & 11'ilkins,1950. z[t,13G p. illus. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Bactcrla. L Title. [QR75.B5] 589.95 50-13?78 [U S. Army Med. Ltbr.: 1. Bacteria. QW51 B623c 19301 ~ Library of Congress ja5,.~b1, I 0. 1 c~ ~ n o t 1 9ri 9
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. llkl'- `- - ~ 50257 2619 TP 370 "Bacteria:" Eo F.?DL. Eo:-9LYG~~.., Coorg (ca.) rlCa AS FCOD. Vol. 1, 1961 Ezz.dcmic P'.ew Yar:: f I ~ 0~ o o n a I i 9 1 1
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t •- so2s7 2600 ) . p,~,Q~tG- /1./ Ca)</97/, ~~ A. Mathematical Model for Aerosol Diffusion ~r . ' .. A ' and DC~~QSIt10Y1 llcnnis R. Ilctdtn:ui Ciaj Z/j~ a `/ / / . ~i ~/ ~ v 1~1EAfUEn ASAIi a.r.r.h.a...N.•.rt+rY..n1..K ~.-...... ' r 17ZOL of air-Ix)nic contarnina- C O\ lion in foocLproccsxins plants or similar cncloseci sp.lce may be accclnl- p)ishcc) in se+cral ways. Probably thc most positive approach is to remove or control 11e source of the airborne contarniuant. In mo.t enclosed sllaces and espccialiy in food processing pl;lnts, tlls is rrnt prac~} al ue M th~lucl~of kno%vdedge ahout 111 sourccs. A sec- onsl approac'r is to prc%lcnt transllort «nld/or diffos;on of the coldan:in.lnt r ~ ca.r 1)11 ). ~c ~,, / EIWFACC OF O:'POSiTqN PIG. 1 Schcnlatic illustrations o( aerosol ()disttr.:io4 an8 clc}9sitl.k. point source in an airstrcani and (b) N = D c1C . . . . . . . . . [3] dx .vhere D = molecular diffusion cocllicicnt z = hcight above surface of depo- sition. Equation [3] call be integrated to ob- tsirl the clcposition rate in tcrnls of the ac:osol couccntration (C g) at the thickncss of the lcrodynamic boundary t-.ti•nr f S.~
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...:.,.~~.........._........-._._._ ..,._.._.... - 11 Mes 75 Water & Waste Treat>zent,17(4)21(Apri1 1974) ; S P J/"`D1P-STICKr' TEST FOR SACTLRIa'"'#% The ne Tota/-Count Water Tester' is basically a"dip-stick°. One simply dips the Totaf-Count Into the water to be tested and . piace It In an incubator. Twenty-four hours later It (s taken out and the colonies that have - developed Counted. This is a simple way to . monitor supply water, distilled wnter, deionized water, rinse water, process water or any watet ' where you need to know the estent ot bacterial ! Contamination. • The Total-Count Water Tester relies on the aarne type of MiUipore membrane filter to trap bacteria as the standard MF method which is used all over the world to analyze drinking water for bacteria content. It's presterilized and disposabte-there'a nothing to prepare. ~ for erae defaUs quote W P/E24l1 ~ . . . . ~ i~ 0 i n o n p i 1~9 0 2
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Braun, Werner, 1914- 1 Bacterial genetics. Philadelphia, Saunders, 1953. 238 p. illus. 25 cm. Iacludes bibliography. n7 . _ `.. y . .
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50257 2611 k/!? TEh s~C Gr vG E`iff h' 4 rfoev`jo~l-d T/F i/o~ rR,0 7-f o~ w~ Sr~ 7,4r4r-AfjcAle ~ PoA I. jt;r low --omrjeR) •~''`~~~~ rAlP a f TX ~!~~i'OP/~ Rs~ r~sAi OSIs/ow~'~" . i WATER POLLUTION DISPOSAL AND REUSE (in two volumes) Volume 1 Aw-P 2..._ _._,. by J. E. ZAJIC 0 1 0 1 Univ,e.~j';ity of Western Ontario o (~ ~~ 1 i 9 0 i.obdon, Ontario. Canada
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. Q Braun, Armin C. A cora-parati•re study of °acterium Tabac-,p Wolf and Foster and Bacteritrz AnM'Latum Fromne and I•:urra . Frcar_: Ph3rto2atholop-w7:za3 304 (1937). 1
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6F: Bisset, Kenneth Alexander. 41 Bacteria, by L". A. Bisset, assisted by F. W. DSoore. F.dir.- B burgh, E. &- S. Livingstone, 1952. v1ii,123 p. lllus. 25 cm. Bibliography : p. 112. 1. Bacte: ia. QR41.B55 Washington (Stnte) for Library of Congress ~ 589.95 Univ. Library 13„ C3 i t~ 0 t1 t~ 1 1 9{ ~
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Canadian Cor.rmittee on Culture Collections of Diicroorganisms. Directory and catalogue of collections of nicroorganisms maintained in C2nada. Otta-wa, . ~ ~ i t 1 i ~ ~ i r ~ National Research Council, 1y51- Looseleaf. .26 cm. 0 ~ ~ ~
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GJnH 'S '111i e 6A d61b3" U U :,,,>r4,~ ~ U t 0 1131V1EIO}I3W\J 3al/7 J° N®uonHis~~ 0' 7ocr~ -.>e i P/~.~~ ~~ ~ U~ NOI~..ISI~--~~~~ 1 I/~/ t ~ . /vf .0! O6/f; 3rif d~V r7.~17~/l~~k~.fXQv~"~iff/.~0/1~3~~lS/(`j~~rv/1~~G~~~ ~lrIYI~O~ /f A /10//}'/1/srJ! S'/tr'w -1 w -f wl ar oS vvr, Jl / ,„1ow
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n..we"„7' FYobisher, Martin, 1896- Fundamentals of microbiology. 5th ed. Philadelphia, Saunders, 1953. 633 p. illus. 25 cm. Previous editions published under title: Fundamentals of bacteri- ology. Includes bibliography. L Bacteriology. QR46.F76 1953 Library of Cone ess 9 / 7 589.95 i54r53p5l 52-12874 :
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11=0j e~.~H s=aqsTTW Mg 9 aadxrA sesud t°tY 89Gt oaf `Foely Ais"cfi ' F1 Pu•% 3"qGUTS 'S PT_o-IVH `ussT.g 'X ucrosaR `o30a4tr.Q oa-ju-Sg `uTdrr0 'Q Ptsv.=ag SR °;L-a3-jOYgMZLi 'a pjv=oS `aTAwQ £Z9Z LSZOS :VT~a2asg .. t-
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Bacteria:- 50257 2627 Cuasalus, Irwia Clyde, 1912- ed. The bacteria; a treatisg on strzcture aud fuactioa, edited by I. C. Cunsziua r•nd Rcgcr Y. SteOicr. t:Ew York, Academic Pre^e, ;Z v. illua., diagrs. 24 ca. Includes bibliographiea. v, 3, ~ i
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., 1~~.-:', ,•'Bac'rieZ'ia .r I. QR Gale, Ernest Frederick. 84 The chemical activities of bacteria. i3d ed.l London, Uni- G versity Tutorial Press (1951, 213 p. Illus. 19 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1 Bacteria. r [QBS4.G I ,~"~~, A 52-f,999 Minnesota. Univ. Ltbr.~`~...:~ for Library of Congress Ll .,
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.._._._..__ -- 1 Bacteria."~ Engler, Adolf, 1844-1930. •50257 2624. Svllabus der Pfl.inzenfamilien, mit besonderer Berucb- sichtib ng der Nutzpflanzen nebst einer Qersicht iiber die Florenreiche und Florengebiete der Erde. 12., vollig neu- gestaltete Aufl. von Hans 1lfelchior und Erich Werdermann. Berlin-Nikolassee, Gebr. Borntraeger,1954- / v. iilus. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies, CoxTe.rrs: L Bd. Allgemeiner Teil : Bakterien bis Gymnospermen. 1. Botany--Classiflcation. Fuli name: Heinrich Gustav Adolf Engler. QICJ7.E593 , Library of Congress [55c1j 6 5" 3Q"Y3 f I
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v 50257 2629 Javets, Fsnest 2~.`'~IIEI-' oF MBDICAi. :IICROBIQh('~I, Sth eci.. by FYnes: Jm;etz, Joseph L. Meln:Lck snd gcwfir? A. AdeS.berg 10,68 502 Pages L.L:ge !?ediznl Publ.icatioaa LCs r'lltor•, Ca? y::ornia
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J rr3 ~' T- ~ MICRCORGANISMS/ --BAC'rE$I!C/ FUYGI /Ai,GAE /PROTOZOA/VI RUS ES / 12 3' r 3 MICROSCOPE AND MICROSCOPY--TECHINTIQUE/ 197~ HAND ~-)OX 4MICROfflOLOGY Volume I • ~ :a ~ir ~1!'1.r141b.1LlIC()r.7T ~ EDt'fO2S • ~ AGea i. i.askin, Ph.D. Esso Rescarch ar:Q Engineerir.g Cua:pany Lindea, New Jersey ~ . . Hvbert A. [xche.afier. Ph.D. lttttitate of S1icrobiology Rutgers University New &unswick, New Jerxy tt n I I. 8 9 6.. • OIVIf1OM OF ...a CI•lIES11CAL RU131iE-7Ft c 1pG1 Cryn.we 7sAwqr • C:...1.n4 CSt 44111 ' ,
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,50257 2631, .- .- , .,.r,~.. - =...........~..~ Bacteria:';,%, QR Knaysi, Georges Abdallah, 1898- 75 Elements of bacterial cytology. 2d ed. g Comstock Pub. Co.,1J51. ' Ithaca, \. T., ~ ~ I zviii, 375 p. Ulus. 25 cm. Bibliography: p. 1345i~.'60. 1. Bacteria. 2. Cells. r. Title: R:uterial cytolo;s . QRi5.b~8 l9:ri j"~ 559.95 51-5°_1 I Library uf Congress :01 `
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a-' Bacteria: '- 5025T 2630 J¢rgensen, Alfred Peter Carlslund, 1848-1925. Micro-organisms and fermentation. Fienritten by Albert Hansen. (Translated from the Danish by ~Liel Andersen] London, C. GriiT'in,1948. 550 p. illus. 23 cm. Errata slips inserted. Bibliography: p. L5333-540. 1 Fermentation. 2. Yeast. i. HanRn, Albert, 18S8- ed. QR151.JCr1 1948 589.95 50-2•?31 Library of Congress , i:,2d2l t I
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L _ Baateria.- Larnanna, CarL 50257 2632 Basic bacteriology, its biological and chemical backaround gby] Carl Lamanna jnndl.:1i. Frank Dtallette. Baltimore, 'Williams & Willdns,1953. 877 p. 'ilFus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Bacteria. 2. Bacteriology. i. Uallette, Manney Frank, 1917 joint author. a. Title. 0 t Q,R.410 ~ 589.95 Library of Congress 1151 , . • -• 53-9852 t
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Bactsria, ` v. 2 5025~ 2634. T tassmore, R. ^ `~.,T..TT~.ie- .c" ~ tr.,p•T/. ~r ,S~L•JI+.:.t'.~ ~, vo+.. i, 2 .a v~u ttl~~ .~ al .'a...Jl\sr\s~ ,:,PCcws, R: oci:c.n:.st ; , PryZiclogy and -'~.:~aied SubJaccs. Editcd by R. PassMore .. :d 3. S. i.obso'n ;;or'g, 47.5 Pape3 D2a_k:.-11 Sc1ec:tific Pub3.ications 0 ..,,....~..._.~- 0 i t1 A~ tl 1 1 9 2 6
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Ilk, -~' - ~ 34 Bacteria, V. 2 i Ro 50257 2636 I,--se, A. H. (ed.) anu!.'~rFC M'T t'II!CR4371'.L, Pa?3ir.;LG~,"'Y, A. K. Rose aed J. l'. 4MZkjnsorc. •,T. 7,. `p67_ Ac-.x;:c;zic Fre~~ New York 0 1 i1 Q n Ct 1 1 9 28
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~ifsC vi:ri8. . 50257 2639 C-R Jchulz, Adoif . 139 Atlr:.s "er Riit:•ot6n cea brotes. tizi stlws of S tr ead micrcbes. ' : tiir-s aes r,.icroorg4--iism; cj:u pain. StuLt~~.rt, VuGo i-it,ttY~~aes, i75w. 96 p. . :r.:~. cL.. Written in German, Englsih and Frenc'r,. vl- 9 3
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Bacteria 50257 2640 ~IWAba' Ly^,,:~rd l. i::.f::aT`l.M.nitua. 11s.h eLI., by David T , Nornsa F. L'on.~.~s aad I:i3.da ?cpe wi23eLt,ects. 1.i4U 1282 N.:,-,?2c:Oa-Cr.a"u:y-Crafto New York I I 0~ t) 0 n 0 1 t 9 3?. 0
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Ivx4 - . v. - 50257 2635 Prescott, Sanauel Cate, 1872- Inclustri.ai rn:crobiolo;,ry, by Sa:r.uel Cnte Prescott and Cecil Gordon Dunn. Sd ed. New Yori:, 'McGrRw-Hil1,194`3, zii, 023 p. fllus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies.. 1. D11cro-organ[au+.s. 2. Fermentation. $. Yersat. 4 Ba.cteri... 5. Molds (Botany) 6. Chemistry, TecrnicaL x. Dunn, Cecil GordoE, 1904- joint author. ic. Title. ~ QR15l..P? 1949 589.95866 i Library of Congress 0 t[t ~ R t~ 1 1~ 2 7 c33.13I 49--49184'
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50257 2641 Society cf American Bacteriologists. (.omm.itteo, on .I;ar- terio7ug:ccl Technic. \I.uiual of I12Ier(i})!oIU!;:caI methods. New York, -\IcGr.<<.- xill,ls;;7. 315 p. tilus. 24 cm. "Takes the piace of the loose-leaf nublicativn issued during the pzriod cf 1:;':;-19.,G under the name of 'Jlanual of methods for pure culture study of bacteria,"' 1. Bacteriology-Technique. Qi.ti5.SG 195i ~~ aS9.950i? 5i-SGl9 j Library of Congress ' 1:i,4x-,,OJ 0 i tl 0 n 0 1 1 9:3 :; ,
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~ . . S QR1.S623.3 589.95052 v 50257 2642 ~ Each voL has also a distinctive title: 1st. The nature of the baa ~ terlal scrface. 2d, The nature of virus multiplicatior..-3d, Adapta-: tl0n In mlCro-organlsins.---1t21, .lntotrophic micro-organisms. 1 biicro-organisms-Collected a orL-s Library of Congress "~ [36r55j21a Jr-iIJJV _. _.-.,... :...,...- .,.•..,r ---------r-~-~.,.. ~..~.,....-.T~......~..... o t o 0 0 o t t 9• .3 4 Society for General Microbiology. Synipos;um. i1sti-L/ Apr.1949- 5 Cambrid;e iEng., etc.l ~ v. Illus. 23-26 cm.
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IvkI •-•'-, 1 I Dextrans, Bacterial Polysacchsrides, Bacterial 0 1 o Q t1 ~l I 1 9 3 9 ~ +
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50257 2643 ~ Sactoric.. ~ Stephenson, Marjorf. r ~ QR ~ Bacterial metabolimn. i18#9~ • ~ 3d ed. London, Longmans, Green . S =is, 898 p. illaa. 23 mi. : 31 E1bIlography: p. g21~82. L Bacteria. 2. MeLabolism. ~ [6ZR84.S 1 .,..,, 589.95 A49 --- M' ~ Iowa. Siate CoIL LILr. C for Library of Congress z49d2l n 0•n a i1935
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F,acto: iLa. 50257 2646 ? T'Ycr..maa, C,:esicr HalnUn, 1b9'~-- ed. QR w Bacteria; Physioingy, edited by C. H. W erbman and P. ZS". Zl'i?s-oIi. °,'ew York, Aeadeniic Press, 1951. 707 p. II]ns. 24 cm. 1. BacterLA. i. Title. ; QR841V-5A r-.l 589.95 51-S141 L:brarp of Congress - ' 1201 0~ n n n a 1 1 9 3 R
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Zr= 50257 2645 Vaa 3act:ei°ia. -' - (1970) _ 7a4csu?:z-,ru, u., c ~ .~.:.~~..rI..1 Fi.~! J.i.M us:.sa ~,-.~ i (~ 7.,,.. 4. • ~~. .. ~:JL"LYLf iiI Ft:.L:Z~71:. rata~: a::it1 :.i.u a:Zac~+`. t7: lhz='2 5t.1t3 Ga Vat"i:13 . ,.: Amsic:?e S2imsC t;-niv. "A.I. Cu.;a" IASI S~tct. 18 Eho:. 2) 523-1i (YSu) o t n n-n o 1 1 9 3 7
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r 50257 2656 ~ QH International r2 : ie« cf cy'.o'ory. v. 1- ; 573 New Yo:Academic,Press,1052- ~ I v. ill:us. 24 cm. Editors : v.1- G. lI. Bourne, J. F. Danielli. I 1. Cells-Period. L Br,urne, Geoffrey, 1909- ed. Q,H540.1: 5 574.805 52-52'03 Librury of Cona ess ~) L15• i qmw.ru., © 1!) ~ ~n 1 1 9 4 8
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50257 2655 ~ Bacter, ia--Cytoloar. - v Bisset, Kenneth Alexander. The cytology and life-history of bacteria. Baltimore, 'j illiama ,S'.S'ill:ins,m-)0. xii, 136 p~ illus. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Bacteria. i. Title. [QRi 5:B5] 589.95 50-13?78 [U. S. Army .l1ed. Libr.: 1. Bacteria. QW51 BC2sc 29503 Library of Congress ja.ri,3h1t 0 1 o o n n 1 1 9 4 7
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~ ~ 6 Bacteria--Cstalog. 50257 2648 ' ~ Gr :~ jcr _ Torr3' '"" ~ °~1 Ga..,•,.i^~•o,CI~! s_^Ga :S a; Z`w: . nC:n ~'.J J•T.l ~Ti j a n~eC~. r C'...•..'_9i~u J( ?JV LL!'/Ai•.~i.ivt0 1 1950, 19 P::,;t3 0! n n n o 1! 9 4 0 I 7
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I Q 123 J Bacteria: _" 50257 2628. .•t Jacobs, Morris Boris, 1905- Dictionary of microbiology by, 3lorris B. Jacobs, 'NIaurice J. Gerstein (andi William G. Walter. Princet.on,N. J., Van Nostrand 11957j 276 p. illns. 24 cm. QTi9.J18 Ubrary of Congress 1. Diicrobiology-Dictionaries • 7 5 6.03 589.9503 56-12482 .r* . e..~^r-.--.~•s-~-r -^--- -_ ---r^t--- ^-- ., .~.~-..~- -- - .~,-.... ~ Q 0 0
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i QR 50257 2658 141 ~j Sa ~ iBacteria--cytoiogy vYl•1et `w. J. °RMLIP>•ES OF BE:CTE3IOIN:.Y. 6Za eG. 1S5y 822 c'c3ea ;icC:s•a-Hiil Book Co. Kcw Yock 0 P: _ '~'T.-...... .-. r- . . . ~.:.~..wr 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 1 94_; 0
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50257 26a9 Bmc te: aa'--Ca't,alog, : •. :.'rla i :3't..jL :~~,v Cra L'::y { , ~ ~ J` V I J O 51 ~• 1,:-LCi. G~1 4~ a n n 0 1 1 9 4 1 I ~ f
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50257 2660 BACTERIA--ECOLOGY/ENZYMES/ QR 41 Do 1973 2 C. 41 . Introdractaon to Bacteria and Their Ecobiology l9~'a R. N. Doetsch and T. M. Cook University Park Press Baltimore •• London • Tokyo / 0 tn onn 1 1 9 5 2,
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x ,. . 50257 2654 Probres s in in+3astarial microhiolo ;y. L+nedon, Herwood. W69, G7 (a Or' 3 v. l11us., diagrs. 26 cm. EdUor: 1J:~9- I`. J. D. $o:.lcnLu1L lt~Clitdcs hiGtiae uphj. 1. Industrial microbiology. r. Hoeicenhull, D. J. P.. ed. QR53.PT ~ ~ 660.26-149 Library ot Co=res= •'03gJt 9 4 6 VIJ~-siJ
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k I Bacteria--cytology , 50257 2657 ,b: _ ..tz, Er :,ti5 C anjEW Oil MV} C:.1. Mi(~~'.',ORi?i.KYs u. :. M, bY t.r'r. .. a }w : F. :L:. .....:c.::C~. J~, 3.. _`.~~ .:C ~t.t)`7 ls .:.-..." 't. • . . Wt;: aqY 1753 JCL laim ._. ;a ._eCiC..`_:). Fii`J~~CECfLi:.9 Lc;;S A__Lny; WI...,.,:r^ 0~ s) n n n i! 9-.4 9
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A., ;QR f41 ;Zi ., 1 Bacteria-Cytology = 50257 2659. Smith, B=..id T. ZL':SS£:'. NICi o3I4LQCY. 14th ed., by David T. Sm3th, :o~mAn F. Cow:nt an3 Ri1da Pope 6?ilzett,ens. 19010- 1281 Pages Appleton-Ccaitury-Croits New York 0 4
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~-Y If / tSCHIt11T0}:I!1 S/ C i:L?,S --GL1LT13RL¢~&TBR~-~v~5~'FIMOCT3UN /ACTINO:rfYCI?'S / 50257 2652 ~.1,\-T•;BIOTTCS/ Qx F. I hDVANCES IN . .~~ ~ 0 i : Appi ied. Microbiofogy Edited by D. PERLMAN School of Pharmacy The University of Wisconsin fAadison, Wisconsin .n o n o i 9 4 4 Y01UME 16))'/ ` 1973~ 1 ~1714 F ~:~nC~.SlC PRESS, New York and Londor s"•'•'s-Y of Horcourt Eirace lovanovich, Publishers --~.,.... I
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~~......_ ~..---~-. :- 50257 2653 . = ~ 81 So ° ' 1974. .-, . \\\\ \ 0! n 0 n t~ i 1 9 4 5 QR81.B4i 1974 589.9'001'2 73-20173 ISBAN 0-683-01117-0. L,16 . . . . I'C~h ~/ . .. . Bergey's manua of determinative bacteriology. Ftrst-7th ed. are entered under: Americafi Society ~p~*•v~aaa.t IKai.r:+1.~1af~ forMicrobioloRy. SOc:atl Biblicigraphy: p.96? 1. Bacteriology-Classitication. 2. Schizomycetes. ' L Bergey. David Hendricks. 1860-1937. II. Buchanan. Robert Earle. 183:3-1973 ed. Ill. Gibbons. Norman Edwin. 1906- ed. IV. American Society for Microbiology. Bergey's manual of determinative bacteriology. V. Title: Manual of determinative - bacteriology. IDNLM: 1. I3acteria=-Classification:v 2. Bacteriology-Terminolog>•. QW4 B921b 19741 . t. n
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50257 2662 QR 41 Sa Bt+cteri&--EcQlaay ~ ~ Yawia , H. J. F~ ~nr~L~iT.4~ PRL'v'CI?LFS OP BACT:.P.IC:.t'.:,`Y. V i j ev. ? : :7 822 Pz4cs %o .~k Ca. :::.-r York 0 o t n ~nri 1 1 4- .1; 4
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iQK 41 Ja ' • . .~ 50257 2661: Jp~ci.z, iiii.ast , hZC :d3:.CU'..'GY, Eth c.d., by ~x~:^r4 3E..~;ad, 'Io: epb L. ::elatics. Zaa•ard e.1iE3xCl~rt3 A, ir-6 g 502 Pa3es Lri:~e Kedicu3, r'eblicatians Los Al•tcs, Califor.:ia c 0t.nn•nnlt9-,; :~
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Eacteria--EcoZoRq , ~ 502,57 2664. S.:.itc, David T ;. ..d T. 14th el . = by D;:-j< S~^ith, :+O:~~ P• CG~nant t,~nd i:iidg pcna `illatt.eds. 1458 1281 Pegee Nev Yark l,pplatoa-Canturq-Crofts 9?~b O i n 0n tl t
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Bacteria-Gene tics - 50257 2667 ;uasca, G'illi~ TH~ Gr- 17- TICS J? BA^.TERI Ck k:•+D T;IM I? t'IF:L'S71S, Siudica in Basic Gscatic3 aZd Moa_cular Biol:.-;s 1g;'.a 925 ?aFas 3ohu 6iiley 6 Soo9, Inc. NeW York c 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 1 9.S 9
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I3a cterfa--ecolo~y. . r 50257 2665 Soc:ety for ur.neral uici•ouioloay. Symposium. i1stl; ~ G, 7 Apr. 1949-57- Cambridre (Enn., etc., d v. Illus. 23-2s cm. Each vol. has also a distinctive title: 1st, The nature of the bac- terial surface.-: d, The nature of virus multipiication.-3d, Ada.)ta- tion In micro-organism.s.--4th, Autotrophic micro-organisms. 1. 3iicro-organisms-Collected works. Library ot Congress L5: r3o%cr151 QRLSG233 . 589.95082 54 -3916 `.~ o= 0 o no t 1 9-.S 7
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50257 2651 i `~~ 6 i .. Ba cttr ia --:•ats 3 o;;ue al.u tCA . ~ E~ j.S JLjy 3:y 0 t~1 0 ~ Q ! 1 9 4-1
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R. 50257 2666 Bac: eria-Elflctraphoresis. Bier, Milan, cx. B1ect rop;:orNsis : tl:eary, methods, and applications. tNew York] Academic Press,1959. 5&3 p. 111~as. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. lulectrophoresis. QD561.B55 Library of Conv ess 547.137 59-7676 j E~ 1301 - - --~.- .-~-,.-~-.-t, . 0 1 0 O, n 0 1 1 95 8
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50257 2668 {84 : ~ 2c, R.: '~.:cteria--"veneti.cs ;;and,!~1stcx, Joe1. :i 1,F: Y QF B1'.Ca:.3IAL Ci f1:3TX, by ::, ^1 A olszr a azd K. I:cQ.iillen S'-`'t~ 3 540 PaSes ;,'c"n W11$y & Sona, Inc. New York 0 1 n o n n 1 1 9 6 0
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50257 2672 l. Bacteria--GrasrG:h. . : Bisset, lienneth Alexander. The cytology and life-history of bacteria. Baltimore, Wi;liams & 11 ilkins,1950. zii,136 p. ilius. 25 cm. Inc:udes biblioe aphles. ~ ~ ~ a 1. Bacteria. i. Title. [QRi5.B5] 589.95 50-is27s ~. (U. S. Army Med. Libr.: 1. Bacteria. QW51 B623c 1950] lLibrary of Con;resa ta53h1l I n 0 1 1 4.~~ q
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50257 2669 QD Bacteria--G2yr.r,liPi~s, v. 16. :~ Advances in carbohydrate chemistry. v. 2-- 11'ew York, N. Y., Academic press inc.,1045-- v. dtagrs. 23; cm. annual. Editors: 1315- W. W. Figman, M. L. Rolfrom. 1 9 , , i t 1. Carbohy drates-Tearbooks. i. Pteman, 1Villiam tVard, 1910- ~ ed. u. «'olfrom, .`.felvUle Ln«•rence, 1!)00- ed. ; i 1 QD321.:i2 547.3 Library of Congress 1b911) 4ir-11351
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50257 2663 i ~ Sphaerotilvs, Its Nature and Fcor,o;ric Si~nil^&,cance' - - II ?4e5-73 ;/ ---BACTRRIA=-ECO:.OGY/_. µ • S P ~ in A l ~pl@Q :acrobiologp 77-107(1961) C. Doa-Dr~o ~ . ~ . DPpartment of Sanitation, Rutbers University, New Bruruwick, New Jerse+7 L Introduction ....................................................... IL Technological Problems ............................................. A. Orientation and Nomenclztu;e ................................... B. Infestation of Streams ...................... .................. C. Pipe Clogging and Corrosion . . . . . . . .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. .. _.. D. IIulS:ing of Activated Sludge ........... ...................... E. Miscellaneous Problems ............... ....................... III. Idcntincation anri Taxoncmy ........................................ A. Stream Sl:mes, Cross and Microscopic Eximi:-iation; Activated Sludge, MicroscoPic tu'ccaification .......................................... 0 B. Cu;tivZtiorn ancl Isolation .........................:............. ~{ cli l i Cb:1r:c^~'e ri ticS{ . .. ..................... i~~ .rratic:cs ...................................... Tl 78 78 79 Ko 8t 02 E2
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4II ISw Bacteria--Growth ~ (1967~,janson, C. h, J 50257 2678 i~L'_:.•::;L 1':~~t°<::,5 .. 0 ~ . . . , . ~ ~ . ~ . 0! n o n c~ t! 9 7 0
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lk, - .ti• , 50257 2671 ~ilR •E4 ~Ad a bacte:ia--%Gjrowth_`Vol. 1 r,ru~.;yrS IN I"ICRaLI"RL Pa'iSZV:.Ca?. VOL. :. rlited by A. H. P.o3a end J. P. Wi1k4.nEOn 275 Fagza Ptass LorAoa ~.~.I .. , -.. . . . , 0 1 tl tl o 0 1 f 9 0:~
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Qn 41 Jy BaCiCri3"=CZOw't~: . ` 50257 2673 L r 1 zaJ:~i,C, L.+aCa ~,r1 r„~{~ S:+'. '~.^tIl ~;~1 C;1 :..jllLLriAIa 1~:1v:.. r. ~~!~~~.bes?, 502 Yg.9cy ._.~ L_::gc ried.Cr.3. Pub"Cailaus La3 4l ton, Gailzar'a_a a o o•n n 1{ 96 S
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50257 2677 Racteria--Grovth .,.._..." a.~:. , I4th ~~ c~ •, • , b~ ' ~-:2371t 1281 Psges ~7f A* A•~~t~n-Cnr.tur -C y XO I Me'a York .,: n t I 9 ~ 9
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,~.~. - -----------, ~ 84 'a Isacterla--GroWLh=-Biocnemist'cy:-:k 0257 2679 1 kfande3sts.m, Jacl G30UT 4 d, by Jo~ ! :~r.da-latam aad K. ::cQuil2en 15~is 540 ^ages John Nil :•y a So:.a, Inc. New Yo: k n, 0 1 n 0 n n 1 1 9 7 1
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I QR 182 : 1 R 50257 2680 .Bacteria--I~dantification-v~~.:~xdr; ty. 3. t«a.:..J:~ .:...,t.Zi....'s.C. ~L:~.i .a ......i.....~ ~.'r R. Pz`:nirds end L7. :i. R:7x.=? 1962 258 Ps?;>_s Biar2csa Publishing Co. ?._::::?r?~~1s, •irr 0! ~ 0 t1 ~ 1 1 9. 7 2
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50257 267Q , TP37o 6n, ~ .`... r ~ / l% 72=0 M:vor.u~oa sy U.... of K... C.a~tnyM .t vno.ora.,hy i 1 i 70-20,841 CADDI, Antoncita Livanast, 1943- GP.U.dIH AAD AC:IVIIY OF WTIC ACID Iti1CTERIA IN SOlT1I LI: Sl1c Univcrsity of >'"isconsia. Ph.D., 1970 Food.Technoloby O ' n University Kicrotilms, Inc., Ann xsbor, Hichigan l' 0.n o _ t 9A 2. ('fh:s iiilc carS prcSo.rcd Ly The Univcrsiiy o[ Wiscur.~in)
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1.4 4L• 50257 267S 0 ~ ^-- Eacteria--Grcwth-,v. 1. ~ TP 370 ra 4 c Nat?onal Cr ;nezs k:ai ci~tion kex~af~ & L$awzatorias r*••~ir~.S A2.0 I«~.:~3:ZAT V i~X :U ~'•3AL F:3. F:JCD .. ~:.. .. .-r c Fe f . PF.OCESSOI;:, :ol. 1_..;;C?so3IGLLG1 t.:;il PF'.i!~:a.•1Nv. TP ~ 2-A.'v~ti.1SIS, S~l.'ZITl.TICa~ t+:•~ STATISTICS 370 •fll• ~ Na 2 Vols. 1968 Av:. Publiuhiceg Co. yiTestport. Cona. 1,G, n ~ n ~ 1 1 9 6 7
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Bacteria--IctentIffcation 50257 2683 ' S.,.Z:.a, A. ?. :30 :qa, 41 Sa ~ MIli iKU: TN. ?P32iCIPLi:S aP SAC; :R.InLCGY. b-,.h ed. 1SG7 &21 Pc ;ea :•1Xrav-F3i11 Bock Co. Naw York ~ I n n -n o 1 1 9 7 5 i
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. 1~• - .•- - 50257 2681. BacteTia--T-dcrtff_-cation. '` F..- uffmann, Fxi~s. The t,actoric-lohy of En:,erobacteriaceae; collected studie; of the author and his co-workers, by F. Kauffmann. Balti- more, Williams & Nilkins,1966. 400 p. 25 cm. Includes bib:ioEraphies. L Enterobactertaceae. z. Title. QR82.E6K32 589.95 Library of Congress .wj 131 I 0• 1 0 O-n 0 1 1 9 73 664735•
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-_ ~ TP Bacteria--Identifiration, v.' 1. .50257 2682 j 370 tHa hatScuai Cmnars Associattoa Aezearzh & t:ALGLie3 Ref. UBO..ATORY I~it~`.~~JiL FOP, F()a'.) C.'..'"~ RRS fi% TP PPCk".rSSO:. Ycl: 1-riZ CROSIL;.;rY RNJ P: C'C£SSZ:'~c, y 370 'io2. Z-1.N.T.YSIS;, SA:+i:r:TIL'tJ, STAiLSTICS Na ~G 2908 2 1:c2s. A.i Publ.iahioa Co. k'c4tport, Conn. 0 I t1 n t:1 U 1 1 9.17 4
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50257 2684 ~ QR ~ 115 Bacteria--ldentif ication..; ::° :, Sh i , riETi ^v^S F03 T:.E .•;;.i,7v1?GLOSXCtiL GF POGDS. J. *i. (ed.) • 2:d c.d.u Lli5 pc^c:s . yw O ' lI lJ / I `.I f • 917 6
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,%Ixl '.v _ 50257 2685 r . ~C{~'T'at--ldCfa.li~~C&~:CTf.«..,`'. Society of American Bacter'o?ogists. Committee on Tac- terio?ogica? Technic. Manual of microbiological methods. 'Ne«• Toric, J.IcGraw- I-Ii11,1937. 3:5 p. Illus. 24 cm. "Takes the place of the :oosc•leaf puhTicat;on issued durin; the period of 1923-1:~:,G under the name of 'Manual of ineti:ods for pure culture study of bacteria."' 1. Bacteriology-Technique. -7 a 4 Q$65 56 1957 -" 589 95072 i . Library of Cone ess 1 . L33s20i 5i S620 ± --•~..-..,-.... ~ i n 0 n n ~ 1 9 7 7
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- -,..I_-r... Bacteriz--yhrtritimi, 'v. 11. 50257 2690 Annual review of microbiology. v. 1- Stanford, Calif., Lnnunl Reviews,1947- v. tllus. 23 cm. Editor: v.1- C. E. Clifton, I 1. Dlicro•organtsms-Tearbooks. L Clifton, Charles Egolf, 1904, •l ed. QR1.A5 ~~ 589.95058 Library of Congress 1 158d=11 49-432'' ...~....<...~,....-. 0 1 c~o nn t t~8 2
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~ `' - 50257 2689 . ~ntarr~tlonal- "cx±e. Internntipua;l. Commi.ttee.on Bacteriological . . . Yf.J ~-,w.. . - 13omen~al,tugg, Editor~l Board (ed.) ~ ~ .-I-~T=A~.IOkAL.~ CODFt )'OF NOMENCLk'rURE.- OF ._..., z~eyl. 8 ,-186p. T~pY1;ke,T9Fgss,, :Qn~ao-, ,1L,Iowa .' a ~ ~ .. s his-,.~-~.e-1
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! r. .. ~-Fe J''. 4 ~03 50257 2698. j 1: IIorecker, licrnard Leonai:d, 1314- ~ v.. 1'cntose mctabolisra in bacteria. New 1 ork, Wiley, 1ll.ri2 ~°i9C31 ~ 1U) p. iilus. 20 cm. (CIBA lectures in microbial biochemistry, Ii)r2) 1. F.acteria-Physiology. 2. °entose icetaboi:sm. r. Title QI'801.P3 i H6 1063 589.9 63-11436 j Library of Cungres-, 0 I ~ 0 n~ t f 9 9 a
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50257 2701 1QR 141 ~' Sa Baetez•ia-Fhysiology Sr.l2o. A. J. PLND3H.``~i'iAL P;aZaL"TPLES OF F.bCiSRIGLOGY. 5th ed. 1:57 ~22 I'r.,Ua Co. York i 0 I ..-~, --~, .-e-'.• ---.-., ..~~ Q t n n n o 1 1.99 3
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;84 'Bacteria=-l~notosyr.thesis, V. 2' 50257 2697 , . -jRo : f.:ze, A. H. ('e{.) A)'AA.*:C :S IK u.YCi043IAL PHYSI'OLi3GY, eGiteG by A. H. Rose .:ra3 J. F. Wilkinson. l:e3i York i 0 0 1 t1 o n 0 1 1 9 a 9
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. 50257 2688 ' ''BACTERIA--NO~WCLATURF-=INTERNATIONAL'7 Cf'iI?r %` ~ QR TAXONOMY PLAt:TS--TER'tIPTOT, ~CY / 1~ I d N 11 InL e1l~a Ion~ o e c~~ UM erc~wLure 1 In ! 1975 of BaCter!d arid i Published for the Intcrnational Assoctation of MiesobioIog ical Societies by the on Systematic Eacteriology . Anrerian Society for Microbiology and Washington. D.C. Im5 ~,. Statutes of the 8acte: iology Section ~ of ThefInternational Association of ll7icrobiolc,gical Societ;es CTERIOLOGICAL CJDE 1976 Revision fipproved by the Judicial Commission of the Internctio>>al Comrnittc.: on Sptcinalic Btici'riolugry, the Intcrnativnrl Committee on Systemati: r3acleriology, the International dssociation of Microb:obtieal Societics, and Slie Plenuvy Srssion of the 1st International Cor:gress of Bacteriolol,v, Jerusalen:, Israel, Scptembcr 1973 0 t 9 RO ~ C4.;1.,.( F.dit.d 1)} S. P. L.'.:T:#GE, P. N. A. S1 c:#TIi, L. :. 1 r3S~a„ %' V. It. ;1. SfiL'R1fiN, :I. ". It. S'rL'Llr_;EI:.Llr_;EI:. and :r. ~3. ..~,:.KK Statutes of the International Committee I
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1 r ,~...._ . Q l . 50257 2686, 78 II Th BACTERIA--InP":'rTFTCATTn*'/ - ' .Tottr. Clin. Pathol. 3n(f,)sn5-5nQf)477) The API ZYM system in the identification of G ram-negative anaerobes D. TIIARAGONNI:T, P. R. SISSON, C. M. ROXBY, 11. R. INGHAM, AND J. tl. Sl:l_KON From !bc Deparlmrnl nj Aficrahiolv,cr, Nd-K•castle General 1,l:spilaJ, Ncn•ca.sllc upon Tyne . , sUMntnrtv Thc API ZYM rcactions of type species of Gram-ncgativc anacrohcs rcprescntati.•c of those cncctuntcrcd in hum;rn infections and of 56 clinical icolatcs of such orFanisms, idcntificd by con.•entional tcchnielucs, were invc%tiratccl. The Al'I 7.YN1 test clearly di:tingui;hcd between the dillcrcnt gcncra and •hccic. cxaminctt and appears to provide a simplc, rcliablc method for thc idcntilicatian of this f:roup ur organisms. Intprcn•cm.nt% in cultural tcchniyucs have rcmltctl I in(in inrcafl in(Vic qcyu iry i~f i.9atiq frum clinrcal a•r.imcm of anacn„i- urt:a niau., rarticu- larly Gram-nc..:Hi.c imt•illi. Ilithcrto idcntilicatiun of these org:tni.ms h::. Ikcn Primarily ba.cd on _ --~~ ,~....:....I a .... t _. 1. ., hrmir:~l ch :ractcristics (API Laboratory Products). This is a srmiquanti- tatn•c micromcthod which wac originally dcsit;ncd to dctcct cn-rymatic activities in a varicty of sPcci- t:uns, for cxamplc, tissues, ccll., biological fluids, r•nct bacteria. It allows the sy.tcmatic and rapid ::;u:ly of cnzym:uic reactions using very small r ~
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50257 2705 BacCeria--Sporulat:on,.:v. 6. e - y va i.'. _ . a.:. f .'. .i R . J ~ ~ ~~/a t 1 ~..rti1. i , . J s .;.TS~!..!I 1 0 1 o 0 n n 1 t9 9 7
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'41 ~ ; ~Zi ,Bacteria--Ph}s~.c~t~agy. ~ 50257 27,02 .........o. ~ . .. r.G: b n by D-na~lic: T. C:oa"Z arAi Ul.da v3pa '~~R Z .is ~RZ ~. 4..~,..,. ~iqP1::tca-, --crcoto New Tzsd ~ .. - . ~~~• . - .. . . • ~ _ , 0 1~ o n n t t 9 9 4
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r., 50257 2687 Bacteria --INYi cotine deUrradi nh '^?,',~:I?n'Z. M= i ~-e w c•" ..~'!: " lb ~ ~ I I,-i vspan7--o with Fbfd1::a sm-:igr_vn ~ p 1 0 0 n 0 1 i 9 7 9 r
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a E:.cteria--:~xo?:cr*y . 50257 2709 Bisset, KeitltCtu A;eiander. Bncteria, by Iti. A., Iiisset, assisted by F. ZV.1~ioore. Edili- burgh, R. S. S. Li` in~stone,1952. viii,123 p. illus. 25 cm. Bibiiograipby: p. 112. ~ ~ 1. Bacte:-ta. 1, QR41.1355 I Washington ( Stat?) ~ Univ. Library for Library of Congress , t3l3 589.95 A 53--254; ~! ~ ~ 0 0 1 .? 0 iJ 1
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-~ _ xk, 341 iJa a ,. Bacteria--Sporulation , 50257 2706 Sth Cd, t ti-.: 3 502 Pa;r.aa =~-~zC NeaicRl Publications Loa Altcs, Cai;iorrmia 0 1 n o.n 0 1 1 998 , 1
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50257 2704 , i ., s 3 7 .~ J1+i,YV.'' RL11:l31Rd, W2;:?elnt; is 7 g- C-1. Handbuch der PflanzenphysioloJie, l:rsg. von IV. RuhlaLd in C'zemeinschaft mit E. Ashby iet a1.1 Berli.n, SpringF:x, 1D55-4a J. y Sdt. /*? b 7) >; 1/ 12 doi. 1 / 3 v. illus. 2;t cm. Contributtons in German or English; added t. p.: DacyclopMld of plant pbysio:ory. Includes btbito-rapLies. Cor-rsxTS.-fid. 1. Genetiscbe Grundlagen pLysiologischer Vor- g8nge. EonsUtution der PSanzenzelie. Bearb. von D. 0. G:tcLeside, et al. ; redigiert von I,. Ullrich und i3. J. Bugen. Bd. 3. PHanze und Wasser. Bearb. von bt J. Adrlsnt, et ai.; redigiert von O. Stocker. 1. Plant physiology. L TiUe. u. Title: Encyclopedia 'of plant physiology. QK711.R83 ~ 56-3135 rar Library of Congress jr57g1j - .r r.. 0 1 0 0 s1 0 1 t 9 9 6 I
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50257 2708 41 ~ S , 13'.tc -LOdr-ia--5:triaces. Society for General DIicrobiology. Sy'mposium. ilstl-, Apr.1919- 1 Cambrid,gle iEn.g., etc.l Y. Illua. 23-2C cm. Each vol. has also a distinct:ve title: 1st. The nature of the baa tertal surface.-2d, The nature of virus muitiplication.--3d, Adapta- tion in micro-organisms.-4th, Autotrophic micro-organisms. 1. Tficro•organisms-Collected works. QR1.S6233 589.95082 M-3996 Library of Congress t54r55w=15t lo t) o ll l/
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50257 2714 BaLter3a;"Aerobic' ~ SallQ, A. J. jn.T.~D,A"':...''.iTAL 5th ed. 1957 822 Pr.aaa P.ock Co. tcaw York O r 0 I ~ 0 n 0 1 ~ 0 0 6
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_.., 50257 t3.NN-CJAL TREP VIEW OF voLU,rE 28 MICROMOLOGN ~ MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor 197; : " " University of California r " t . , Tf1NW T. TNC`TR ANAM sGccnrinta F.riitnr ' f ~ --.--7*j; :. Univcrsity of California ~ a A- ' ~',•,.. y-- ,~. . 1 ~ _ SIDNEY RAFFEL, Associate Editor S~ 0 ' ~ Stanford Univcrsity_ ` _ L INNUAL REVtEwS II;C sl)9 ELCA1trKO WAY PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA 4s3J6 .. . .. . ...... . .., . . - . 171 _ .~ -7- ' . . . . . . . _ . . ~ . . +I BACTERIOPiiAe:E,°i/BACTF.RIA, !'tiUD1IN(;/ . ;1d>.^,:.r ViRL;S(in. ~space)/VIROIPS/EAGTERIA--PHIITQ''ZN'iTiESTSJVTnTTs"13 1SEASES/ ~ h O:ii!>.1TiQN, 13IOLOrICALIFL <GA_L- CELL. k'AT.f. ,(:L:YCOPRCTEi vatGTiYC0.°_FC17z- z{TiS/ ~ ~ SPRACE `+ICi:4BIQLOGY /ENZYMES--t1CTIVI TY %LFISHPtAP1I,AjG:"iETICS ,-3AC1.ErIaL/ ~ : ~ , , ~ y
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C, n 81 Bacteria-•-.Taxaunmyc.r;R In 2c. _A 50257 2710 rrI•JEX BETtCEY.d.kiA, Ai1i. Ah?IOTt.iED Af: 'ii?.BEi TC ILZcTZItiC OF i:AMES OF MrE TAXA OF iN.E BaCTEEIl'., ediied by R. E. i.ucr,aucn. 1966 1472 g. itilli,=s & Wilkins Co. Baltimora, P.d. 2 0 1~ 0 n u I 2 0 0
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50257 2715 fimith,'.`atl:an Ra3mond,188S-- Aerooic sporeform.in;; bacteria [by] :~:ztllan R. Smith: Ruth E. Gordon landl Francis E. Clark: Washin;tor., LT. S. Uo. t. Print. Utl'.,195?. ~ 148 p. illus. '.4 cm. (U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Agriculture moncbraph no. 10) ~ "Literature cited": p.13-1-144. 1. Bacteria, Sporeforming. 2. Bacteria, Aerobic. (Series) [HD1 i 51.A918 no. 16] Agr 52-434 ~ U. S. Dept. of Agr. Libc' ~ j 1Ag34Am no.16 for Library of Congress -' t53f3l otoon0 1 2 0 o7
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&ictes°ia, Aerobi.r,--2dicotine' cegradina r VI Ta Ili~^.r ~~Tl±f!'. P.^'L~~. ~77)'f ~.w t: ~)!=1 L7(a? ~~1' Ti:~J.i'~rN 5ti~ J.: Agr,: Chem, SUcv.. 7apac~; 0 1 ~0 ~t7 1 2 U0$
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, 41 ~ Ja Baceeria, -Ar.aerar.ir ;: .~ 50257 2717 ~itn.T.C~.L .`arur:ZCl.:)Gi, S~ti C~., Oy K 8n3 :. , . r. : + 502 Pa.:;es i'edic:al Fub3.tcatioaa Los A'sCos, Caiiforuix 0 1 n 0 n©!2 0 0 9
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w 0 50257 2720 Saita, A. .7. f"v'tiD.MINTAL P?JliCIPLES G1F BACTEUZC:.OG,"T. 6th ed. 1957 822 P&3es :4czrav-Hi12 Baak Co. hev York e (l 0- ti o 1 2 0 t 2
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50257 2723 i ~ 3uct3r,ia, aatctrop~3.c. ~ 1 ! p~ I,ecc, Norvaxd. ~f 84 I3iochen:istry of autotrophic bacteria. London, Butter- L L worths Scientific Publicztious, 1955. i11 112 p. Illus. : 3 cw. 1. Bacteria, Autotrol,hic. i. Title. QRS4.L3,) f-^+. 5G-i fr4 j Library of Congress j3I ~ f t1 l/ n (1 1 2 a 1 5
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r ~xo'oic--r?ib"uoF,xap.'~y~ Bacteria, McCoy, Elizabeth, 1903- The anaerobic bacteria and their activities in nature nnd disease; a subject bibliog;nrhy ... iby, Elizabeth 3ieC(k... and L. S. McClung ... I3erkeley, University of Cali:oraia press,1939. 2Y. 29}z221 cm. Photoprinted CoN-rc'qze.-v. L Chronological author indez-Y. 2. Subject :ndes. K%aattnued •o a 'aexY card ) 39-20EH Ia51r42o1I ,"".":.-. 4 t. '-S
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7p Bacteria, Anaerobic, v. 1. 50257 2719 . ~ 370 j Na ~& C' t~ationr.2. Can:.=rs AssociAtion R:-sG.rch I:.koratarie3 ' Ref. I,~,bGRhTJ:tY !'.%~:+~JA1. FOR FC~CD Ct~^NERS bliD ^^T,.^ TP pi:^ so1~.. ~a0 Vol. 2-A:•i.'l1LYS.S, SA:iiTr:iil::~, t~t3 ST~:T.LSTICS Ay1 publi.shir.3 Co. ac. , ..-....- ..~.~...._.. ,,.-w-.....,., 2 V,-lrs. Westport, Ccnu. ~ 1 ~ ~ n 0 1 2 0 1 1
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.. ,Vkl. ..- , 50257 2721 I Bacteria2 . anaerobic:' Socicty of A1scr;c.an Eacteriologis.s. Comr.aitted vr: terioloqical Tcchnic. ,- ~ianttal of microbiological methods. \e~' York, ~1lcGraw- Hill, 1957. 315 p. illus. 24 cm. "Takes the place of the loose-leaf publication Issued during the period of 19"3-14.,c; under the name of 'Manual of methods for pure culture study of bacteria."' 1. Bacteriolos-Technique. 0 589.95072 5i-8629 4 4 Library of Congress ' (;;3s`'01 ' QRGS.SG 19-07 ~ 1 tJ iJ -n l' 1 2 'LJ 1 .1
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50257 2729 I Bacterz.a, ,se© Photobacteria !• ::. / 0 1 t1 4 c1 0 1 7_ 0 2
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$dcteria, Cellu:eolytic. - , 50257 2726 urnaliey, N:uriel .. AbAmcts on funii erld bLcterif.. L.ffectija6 v•.ri- oLS L:ateriF.ls. Utt4a::, IJaticnnl i:esesxcu Gouncil, 1944. . 2228 p. 26 cm. ~{ 0 0(1 (3 1 2 0 tA
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. IVkI'..'-- ~ TOXICOLOGY/TOXINS/POISONING/WATER--POLLUTION/. FOOD--ADDITIVES--,TOXICOLOGY/FOOD--POISONING/ PLANTS, POISONOUS/BACTERIA,PATHOGENIC/MARINE,,TOXINS/ RA 1230 Tu 1982 . ~ Survey of _ Contemporary Toxicology .f Volums I EtXtAd Dy ANTHONY T. TU nepenmsrn a erocnsnrsny Caorsdo Sao viXvera/ty 50257 2729 . • , A WILEY-~NTERSGENCE PUBUCATION JOHN WILEY 8 SONS N.w York • pycMq.r• Brhbww• Tororwo - o i ~0oo.1"zo?.o
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qR 75 Le 1974 PDDL /tSf,l:li:rCla, AGAVriIt./ beiL.lswE~n~ e~tw~nv~s~./ rw~~,s~ /PARASITES/ VIRUSES/ MANUAL OF QSip 0 10 uM-L 0 •~~ ~0 ;0 Second Edition EDITED BY , EDWIN 11. LENNETTE CAtrf. Y6al aed RkA,u.ial Aii.asr LoAonrorP, CdJ ..i. Drpanmreto/ Nra6A, BnLrky, Calif. _ EARLE }1. SPAULDING Orp..1m: wr o/ Afi. iobudupp .mJ lmmr.wloty, ScAwd u/ AJrOCirtr. Trmp/r Uslrrnny Nrdd Srkwrr Ciw.rr, P4~lo~lr:pA:n. Po. JOSL•'PI-I 1'. TRUANT Diirnar o/AtirroAio%r../wuwwnlaFr. ACvw.*f XeJiraf oeJ RarqcA C.rRUr, Pop/lar. A/:r4. / 50257 2718 o t o o n o i 2 o I 0 AMERICAN SOC1:iTY FOR MICROitlOL.OGY Wa.A;neton, D.C. i97<
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. 50257 2727 Society for Lsperimentai Bia:ogy (<.t. L'rit.) Symposia. r.o. 1-/,' Cambridce, Ultiver:ty Piessi 19-t7 jT %ar. tm>s. 26 ciu. 1. B[ology-Collected works. i1. Biology, Experimnntall Q1I303.5E~. , lied •17-2319 U. S. ArnicKl Forcet; Medical Libr. (w1S03~i3SJ for Library of CungrcKy ...y.~.-•.~- 0 1 il Q R Q f 2 El 9
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aco-F. ~ououto 0 'rj eA ~7 1 Qi3E' i,.~1::113 ZZos °<1l °S -i ;.,0Z.Lvo ZELZ LSZOS T;aS.`sf~0'4*eg.
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1%k.•-`-- QR 351 E Baoter:A, EIIio tt, Charlotte, 1SS3- Dlanual oi bzc`erial•plant pathoa ns. 2d, entirely rev. ed. Waltham, 3Iass., Ciironica Botanica Co., 1951. viii, 190 p. illua. 2'I cm. (Annalea cryrptogamici et phytopatholoa gIcl, v. 10) Includes "Literature." l Bacteria, Phytopathogenic. 2. Plant diseases. L Title: Bacr terial plant pathogens. (Series) QR351.E4 1W'I- 589.9;i b1-13i 5 i Library of Congress •J 1151 0-1 o s n o n R t2 0 2 2 ~-
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50257 2736 Bucteriu, o0U. r..: Wah.s;rtan, Sellnnn Abrahan:, 1.%8- Soil microbiology.,• New York, Wiley 119521 35(3 p. ilius. 24 cm. Based on the author's two previous voiumes, Principles of soil microbiology and The soil and the microbe. Includes bibliography. ,;. L Soil micro-oreanisms. z. Title. Qrlll.1v19 0 631.4G 52-JJCb ; . Library of Congress L53q10) ...-v..y.,,.....,.~ o s nv ~c~ 1 zozg
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Bactcraa, S~i.3; ; S.t.ttt, Aavisl T. :. ZIf:SSF::i a:Cr~'}vIOL(3GY. 14th ed., by David Saith, hcrrs<:u r. Cona.tit anct H1iCa Pope Willett,eda. 12$_ Pa;,e9 Appietoa-Ceatcrry-Croits New York 0 c=-
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. ,Vk.•_.-- STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE (Laboratory diagnosis, serology and epedemiology of)/ vBACTERIA; SFItOTYPING nN/BACTERIA,TAXO:IOMY/VIBRIO CHOLERAE/STAP'dYLOCOCCUS/ YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA/ QR 41 No 1978 METi~0DS in yolun~e MICROBIOLOG% E dited by T. BERGAN ~ ims ACADEMIC PRESS L A •N Y 1, • ' ~ Department of Microbiology, 011 011 CW OY Institute of Pharmacy and Dcpartmcnt of Dlicrobi• A Subsidiary of Ilarcourt Brace,7iruanoria Aker Hospital, Ihuvers:ty of Oslo, Os1o,lVorroay J. R. NORRIS / Agricultural Research Couiuil, ' Bfeat Research hutitute, Bristol, England 0~t'0I/2 02 3 V C rs a:•s,. ~C- ,
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;50257 2739 ~41 ~ Sa ~acrexia;-4S.por~farmir..g''`:' " , Ss1lu, A. J. TLI'5WIKE'iTAY, PI'.XItcIPLrS OF BA:.'r"~~LOc.'Y .~LOc.'Y. Gth ed. 1957 - E22 F:sa ::z~=b°u-8ii1 hooL• Co. Ne.r Zor+c ,. 0 i Q 0 tl 0 1 2 0 3 i
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50257 2 25 - 7 _ t3ACTER20PHACES/BACft:,aIA ;"ai,+ MOSAIC V(9i,'S(in. ~ +space)/VIROIDS/BACTE rkIA--PaOTOSXN'fIIE"sIS7V: :i15--i)ISEA:;:~S/ OYIDA;IQt1,_ fs10Lf1(;ICAL%~TtiG CELL jdAT.7, (=3YCOPRnT4;7:'S./(*LYC7i?~?[?':'~'.Ii'd,":/ ~L_ .. _ . . _ SP,ACE-1`TICROBIOLOGY/ENZY'tES--ACTItTITY/L-r'.ISH`tANIAJGi::1F. T IGS ,3 <.tiCTE:P: tiiL/ ~.. _ .- ~ Q1 ANNUAL RE~/ ~.+'~uI 1V O~ voL crt fE Zs 1974 MICROBIOLOGY ~ . MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of Catifornia ` JOHN L. INGRAHAM, ~lssociate 'Editor University of California .11Ir- Q,, -""1Sf^. SIDNEY RAFFEL, 4ssociate Edrtor,,-,A a f: Stanford University 197; AMfUAL REYIx%'S ii:C 439 EL CAA(INO WAY PALO ALTO. CALIFOI! NIR "3.15 ~ _.
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~f/(Z . ~. j41 50257 27 38 , Ja •Saetezia, ..porefoz~i-~;o a~ , C. ,,... ~ 'C":L :: ZGt'.o_iYnT..~:s ~i)~cS.~.11 E~. ~ ..~._. C , :~'^_ . r L. ;:elnt _k and L•'dti.-4.d fr.C9 JOL . .J Ga3_A.fazx:.r~. 0 io 0-no 1 2 o3 0
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. 1R"%.- - `- , P" -~----~-s•-;-~--*-- ---..~•---- .~_...-..,.,..~.,~,r.- 50257 2737 Halvorson, Halvor Orin, 1897- Spores; a s.mhosiuir, held at _111r ,oli Park, Illinc.is, 1 Dctober 11-13; 1956 ut:der the auspices of the Universuy of I1linois and with the support of the Oi:ice of 1 avsl I Research. Washington, Ar.ierican Institute of Biolog ical Sciences, 1~!D1 1`19JSI x, 164 p. lllus., diaers., tables. 25 cm. (Americar Institute ot Biological Sciences. Publication no. 5) Includes bibliographies. 1. Bactertology-Coneresses. 2. Bacteria, S(+ore:orming. 3. Spores (Botany) (:Series) QR1.H3 1956 57-14449 ~ Library of Con,-ress 2 0 2 9
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, rk, . ..- , 50257 2724 Lees, Howard. Biochemistry of autotrophic bacteria. Loiidon, Butter- worths Scicntit:c Pubticatioiis,1955. 112 p. illus. :n cw. 1. BacterIa, Autotrophic. i. Title. QI184.L39 Library of CongiL-.s '.- - ' 131 0 1 n 0 n o 1 2 0 1 6' ~ ; , 4 , ; 5fi-i 64 + x ~-
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141 4Ja 3acteY~ia, Soii. ~., f r'. _ V - r.ih Cd. , by }Y J =:rrt~, ,.Sa~e~tt L. " 1^;B 502 PEUeL L:::: JC r.~uical ~ub1?.catioas Lcs :iLcs, C:iifaxaia I ~ ~ 5 0 i ~ 4 ~ t~ 1 2 0
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4 50257 2741 Smith, Nathan Raymonca, 18S8- Aerobic sporeforminpg bacteria cbyi 'Natlzan 1'. Smith, Ruth E. Gordon innd; Francis E. Clark. Washinnton, U. S. i Govt. Print. O:F., i952. 148 p. iltus. 24 cm. (LT. S. Dept. o. Agriculture. Agriciacure monnEraph no. 16) "Literature cited" : p.13-I-144. 1. I:acteria, Sporefor.ning. 2. Bacteria, Aerobic. (Series) [HD1751.A918 no.1d] Agr 52-534 U. S. Dept. of A;r. Libi -"~ lAgfslAm no.18 for Library of Cono ess ~ J ~F3f3j 0• 1 n t1 n l1 1 2 0 3 .)
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Ilkl' ' `` ' ,. 50257 2740 i--• - ,-, jQR i Zf :,Bacterfa, Sporpfor-min8 A , j r_21:iSSwi'~ trlCc:~I3It3LA's~-'. 3.ht~l ; d. ,~~~ .^.F, d T. 1 i::.lrs Ycp~ t;i~lletL,eds. Goa;..at c4~. 1363 1281 paftei Crof tQ Now York A; pieton-Ceat'sty- n 7 0! ~ O n o 1 2-0 3?.
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50257 2745 YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARS/HOT SPRING ECOLOGY/MICROORGANISMS--THERMOPHYLIC/ SPRINGER SERIES IN MICROBIOLOGY/*'IICROBIAL ECOLOGY/ ECOLOGY/ BACTERIOLOGY/ ~ BACTERZA::,'rTHER,,'KOp=TC/; , ! . Thornas D. Brock , ~-.~....-- Thermoph-ific Microorganisms and Life at High Temperatures Springer-Ver[ag New York Heidelberg Berlin 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 2 0 3 7 •
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1Vx1 - ..-, STREPTOCOCCUS PNEUMONIAE (Laboratory diagnosis, serology and epedemiology of)/ BACTERIA, SEROTYPING OF/BACTERIA,TAXONOMY/VIBRIO CHOLERAE/STAPHYLOCOCCUS/ YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA/ ; ` MET~~ODS. in" 41 12 No 1978 : MICI~.OBIOLOGY . ,r 1978 , ~ E dited by : ACADEMIC PRESS . . r 4 t 0 ' T. BERGAN Department of Microbiology, London • New York * Institute of P.liarnnacy and Department of 1tlicrobi• A Subsidiary of Ilarcourt Brace,yovanovic Aker Hospital, Univcrsity of Oslo, Oslo, Norway .' J. R. NORRIS / Agricultural Rcseardi Council, ' Meat Researck Iustitute, Bristol, England 1 , 2 003 4
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- - - ---- i ~~ 50257 2748 ' 41 y c;u ~ 2c. ~ 1Siii." r'r4~~`aI';'"`.~".• .~._ G=;i;ws, ;rw:n Clyde, 19i2-- ul. The bacteria; a trcltisc on structure and function, edited by 7. C. Gu:isa1L; lsnd, Rcpar Y. Stanier. New Yor}:, Academic Press,-k~BF'+O-- /46a, 196 y ;.v illa&, dtagra. 24 cm. Includes b:blfobrap^iea. Coszz=s. U. 3. l Bacteriology. z. Stanler, noger Y., Jotnt ed. I QR41.G78 ~ ~ 589.9 59-13831 Ltbrary of Congress , tGidt3j o s o Q n l! 1 2 0 Q A
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Ilk, - - V. _ Bacteri.al Cell Wall, v. 23 50257 2753 A:!ra=21 7.'eviE:7 of '.^_icrJb{^l_tgl. v. Z--f~~/~~i's, Stanford, Calif., A:inua1. P_ciews, r/6 / ? v. 11iM:J . 'L3 cs. I. o . •--..---~ ~-^-- 0 1 a o. n tt 1 2.0 45 ,
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i. Bactcrisl a%etorrj, 6th ,!tTif~o2im ! 50257 2750 i Society for General 'Hicrobiotogy. - symposixun. tlstl- y ~ r! Apr.1949-~7. Cainbridae lEnn., etc.l 4v. lllns. 23-26 cm. Each vol. has also a distinctive title: 1st. The nature of the bao terlal surface.-2d, The natu:e of virus mu?tiplication.-vd, Adapta- tion In micraornanisms.-4th, Autotrophic micro-organisrns. Q~ ~ 41 S ~ 1 1. DSicro-organisms-Collected works. T.2"~3-589.95082 ~ % Library of Congress ~" t56r5 5JT1(h 0! n o n o t 2 .-Q 4?.
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50257 2755 ! qI( 84 Bacterial cells--Structure -'~~`= "' Ma , R:anda18tam, Joel FiIOV1:E.'4IST?.Y OF TACTSRIAL G?OVI"S, by .:o.l Manac1s[sm and K. IxQa*_11an 544 PE-es ; ~l.a :?i:cy iz SL :a, Zr.c. r. ~ 1 0 0 n 0 1 2-.0 4 7
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50257 2749 3 81 ; Pr Pritnt, Andri Ro:nain. 1894-- Dinniill fo: the classification and deterlninatien of the anaerobic bacteria lby]' Andre R. Prevot. 1st American ed. Translated by V. Fredette. Philadelphia, Lea & Febisc:r, 1966 t°19;i i j 402 p. 24 cm. (Monograph of the Pasteur Inatitute) •'Based upon the third French edition which appeared In Bibl iography : R 390-39ti. 1. Bacteria, Anaeroblc. 2 Bacteriology--Clasal8cation. i. Title. i rt Title: Classi8cation and determination of thP anaerobic bacteria. ~ (Serles: Paria lnetitut Pasteur. Dlonographies) QR81.P713 1966 589.9 66 -16624 Library of Congress 181 0. 1 n o n 0 1 2 0 4 1
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f. Oi- 50257• 2756 jnn .141 ;$1 Bacterial:ccT2s--S`.ructure.r / . .. , ,nNfi,4.:~Y..aI, '. FRIaCI?:.~: ~S~S OF S~:CTEF~.'3LGGY. 6m ed. 1957 822 Pa,ez ::z.; razr-H1.1.1 "T'0ak Cc. NCw Y3rk ~ o ~ n 0 n t) 1 z o.4 8 I
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I QR 50257 2757 I , An gacteri3l-Conjsgation,-v. 23 kn:wav rn-d•iew of mi.cro:+iclcoy. v. I- Stan?ord, Calii., Lari_a:i e.,:vicas, 1.3>>7-~p',G3,GyG3Gl , 174 0! t~ 0 n 0 1?.-. 0 4 9
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1k, -•'-- : ~i~! Gt~• ~ Y dS, drwlS .0 +r~ '7. ~ : , ~d _ ~ ,~- - -- - - ~~/2~C. . c' t.o~, - C ~le-ev ~~ ~~ ~1 - ~ 117 ; l'- / l• rlt c ._ .~ ~a . . 1971 . THIRTY-EIGHTH CONFERENCE 6' - 137 ..•,.«.~:...~.: r:..,,.+,...,o..•~.. TStCT.d-OI:E;ANISN4S IN FIELD AND MILL-A PRLLII;INARY SUILVEY ~ 13y D. J3EVAN and J. BOND Sugar R: scarch Institute. tlfackay Swrm.ary Eccause of the relative scarcity of. data concerning the iype and prcvalcncc of micro-organisms in both canc fields and mills in Quczns- land, a microbiolulgical survcy was commenced late in 1969, and is still continuing. Many species of bacteria, yeasts and inoulds have been col!ered drd isolated, and a start has been made on the taxonomy of thca orEanisms. e tahab~ on~ rati nal 7de~f :~ •'' ~ept the oreanisms isolated , ,_,..:. I fC ~r. .!~. . .. ~ ~---•--------
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/~+n~.a:uls~•t~C.AUL'LL./ /rHLlr,ritA, AIiGtLUb.L4L/ 1'lrtYliL/ /PARASITES/ VIRi1SIES/ QR 75 Le 1974 PDDL 50257 2713 PV I A N U A L G' F ~L I C~0 6C ~!' -4, L "X~0~L 0 C3"ey'l '' Second ~::.dlflQn EDITED dY EDWIN H. LENNETTE Ck4/, Yird oa~ Ri.Lirc.id !)uroi~ Lukoro~wP, Ca/iJnrwie Deyanmewo/!!n/:k. Rir.elq, Calif. _ EARLE H. SI'AULDING dyortw~: wI o/dle.-k:i.'npp nwJ 1mc:rw1~Y, Srkdo! u/AJeditiw4 TruyN Vwi~rniry :Jrolpl Srlcw.v CreNr, PA!adrip! iu, Pa. ~ Din•ciwrofllicroAinlc,~r•/mw..wMnRr, ' AO.vwrt 1/rJrcd o40 /lnra!ak Crtwar, Poiior, Alirk. JOSEPH I'. TRUANT Ati1ERlCAN SC)C!(:TY FOR Iv1ICROi31OLOGY WrsAin;ton, D.C. 1974 o to n n o 1 2 0 0 5
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11 50257 2?52 ! ,......~_~._ ?a.J ff- 14 ./4HZCGo - - RJ`t CLASS ':0. F'A"~•IILET 72 VII :Io Hoitink, H. A. .I. ; Rr::•.'•fute, 0. 1:. ~Ohin ar,r. -::es. .)cv. ?):r., Plvnt Pathol., Ohio, U. S.) t. s . c~Srb rTrs± V..1*. ~Olmo Rc•p. Rcs. D:.v. 5r, (":o. 5) 7°-79 (1971) (in F•nUlish) *F:cywords:X Pseudomonas t•zbnci, tobacco, additive. *1972, No. 4, W 1336* *d* Tobacco a,griculture: -.......--.-~...-..•..- - .~ 2_ 0_. *4-. 4
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&.ct-e:-i;..1 c.vtaloy . a 50257 2761 ~ 84 Bisset, iten;te?h Alexander. ~ B ~ The cytology and life-history of bacteria. WilliamsS. Wilkins,1:+:,0. zii, 136 p. Ii1as. ZJ cm. Baltimore, ~ Includes bibliographies. 1. Bacteria. i. Title. [QP75.135] 589.95 50-132+E [U. S. Army Med. L[br.: 1. Bacteria. QW51 BG:.3c 13,i0] I Library of Congress ja 53h1j ~ t 0 l7 n 0 1 2- 0 S-?C I
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50257 2754. 0: aactPrfai 2G. 601 A Advar.ces ;n ! en7ymology and related suLjects of biochem- istry. v.1-- IVecv York, 3ritei~,cien~a Publisl2ers,1941- v. iilus. 21 cm. Title varlex: v. 1-2, Advances in enzymology and related subjects. Editors: v: 1- F. F. Nord (with C. 8 Weri;man, r. 1-5) Beglnnina with v. 2, each volume includos index camLlaUro Lrom v.1. .. .L Enzymes. z Nord, Friedrich Franz,1889- ed. QPfi01.A1A3 ~~ 41-9213' Library of Congress ~a64r57a=j, o j n ona 1 2 0 4 6
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50257 2758 1 (1969) Fllfr,tt, R. Paux ` . . 7 Mi i191w{iCJI L 6lili7 i-a(..niJ.p..Ai Li:J SYlSi:..l7J • . Jour. Hcalth 3t) (aa. 5) 510-515 (195s) 0 ,• otoo~or2 0 5 0
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Bacteria.2 cvtology. 50257 2763 QQR hnaysi, Geo:oea tlbciaii:z1:, 1598-- 75 L•'Icincnts of bacterial c.vtologg3. °d ed. Ithaca, \. Y.. g Cozn_toc; Pub. Co., 1951. zVii[, 37a p. illus. 23 cm. Bibliography: p. L343j 3C0. 1. Bacteria. 2. Cells. i. Title: Bacterial cytology . QR75.Ii58 1951 r'~ 3Q9.9~ Library uf Congress ~ i201 0 1 t~ ~ n c~ t 2- o s S ,
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,Vkl- -V- ' 50257 2764 BacCerf aha C:ytfliog7--Cultural"cund i*_iocis .Y-:.atc, Eruect . 3.t: t:i~~erg 502 Pa3cs :.a::gt: i:eair.ai PuSlicationo i.os &Itor,, Cs3.iior: ia , 0 i(l 0 n t; 12 0 S 6
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50257 2762 - ~ - ~ a . -~ - ~ i1aC'[.Crl"' c'f'toiti+-.':`,- cellula ospite. Interaction of cirsses and cells. Internation.iil Congress of Microbiology, oih, h'ome, 1953. Sy-mposium. . RonnS, Foudazione Lm;inuele I'aterno, ilJ:,~- 4v. i11us., plates, diagrs. ^5 cm. Arttcles In English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. '•Supplement.> ai I',;ndiconti dell'lstituto superiore di sanit;t:' Includes bibliographies. CoZNxENrs.-i1j Citolosia batterica. Bacterial cytoIogy.-t21 :ileta- bolismo microbico. Microbial metabolism.-i3t Nutrizione e fattorl di crescita. Nutrition and growth factors.- t5t Actinomy cetales : morfologia, biologia e siatematica. Actinoroyctita- les: morphology, biology and sssteuiatics.-i61 Rapportt tra vlrus e 1. BacteriologS•-Con- gresses. i. Italy. Istituto superi- ore dI sanit;l. Rendi- conti. Supplement. Q,P.I.I6 1953 ~ 5-1-21751 Library of Congress 0 1 oonflszoS a i
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50257 2770 QR 41 Sa Bacterial diseases--Microorgauisms~ / Se.Li., A. .:. I'J:vDA-1.^Ur:AL PRL'dCiPUS Qr ESCTEF.iO=. 6th a3. 1M . Z« if-Hill LCr:L •Co. ::: a Ycz:Z I U 1 :a 0 n c} 12- 0 62
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, QR 41 Ja BacL`erial 'diseases - 2C • , 50257.2767. E'hlunt Jr:aetz, Jose2h L. ?'.einic .a^.d Ectu'rsrd . ~u.?i'vCTjj 502 pw..`.~ni Iital.ca i F~ibLicatiUr.s Los A: tcs, Ceixfo^:'.a 0 0 1 nttn.cs t :~059
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50257 2766 ~ . , , . ~ tmCY.elih3. Qe.YmrE:.']Sy v.8. Fortschritte der Chemie oraatischer ~ntnrstoii'e. Progir,<, in the chemistry of organic natnrll prodncts. Prot •cs dan; la chir.iie des substancas organiques naturelles. 1.-4.wZ"clid. Wien, Springer-Verlaa Eetc.l 1938-d@ZL v. ilius. 24 cm. Lp 245 F Founded and for some years edited by L. Zechmeister. For holdings, see >rain entry. 1. Chemistry, Organic-Period. i. Zechmelster, Lisz16, 18S9- ,i i ed. T . QD2-I1.F6 Minnesota. IIniv. Libr~ for Library of Congress i54rn4q2i t AC39-1015• 11 1 n 0 n tj 1 ? 0S 8
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. 50257 2768 ~ BACTERIAL DISF.ASES/MYCOTOY.Ii.S/F,XOTOXINS/CE Lj•.S-B IOIAGY/" ' ! MICR00RGAt:IS"S/ - QR 41 Sc 1975 PDDL , lAnsericau Society for 3licroLiulogy E1ZITEIZ 113Y DAVID SuEILESSING-EPAR 1975 I jj rlra9- I "if ~n (I P r . ,0L r t 2. 0 0 0 ,_c...- a.
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Ilk,'-•-, ,04 .)ootooooII~/ ` 1 `.'r....., -I-rl - 0 .5 50257 27a6 ~ .. ~ - . ~J . Rein r- ~;~.. ~' Tlrc 6,(Jecl of 13aclcrial Corelanlitcution ('port (hc F,fficicrtcy of lhc Alcoholic F'ern+en[alion o f It1urL•slrup By I)r. TT•illiant.l..~l1rcit e Cow.rhir.' l/ea.r:nl.y,id .1..a. r. u. rr1l. a•-um. J t!.rt .•n.• (er r. (. nu.•utabl. IJ,•nui.".I. r. 6.nr ~ -r.. n•~;~.Lf• a In thr f.. n u( rr-ull• . ....r.,~ ...a..... ../ ~t.. .. ~!.. .. „I t6~ n ..t u,l• .1., .r.n- ..( tl.i. .u!...~.1. .n•.I tL. (nuhah/r to w•arrant rap•u-ivr• rr.r••.rch. Prt- hap. thr mu•t taiid cuun tu~i..n n•}erding the n.h• pl.y.d Iry mi.rul.ial /anlaminant- in impairin4 t6.• yi. tJ, u( akohul (rnnl mn1.1~4', nl.l-II.•• 1• tllrt rt nIJY IN• Mltllln rm.• nf Iwu .*rb•p..ri.--. %ii.. I I t in lltc prn• Jw9iun nl inhibit..ry •uL-t.nr.•- in 1h.• m•• la•-c. ihrl(. whilr Ih.• {att.•r i, in -turri:c anJ .xIw.-.J tv Ilt.• Jtluting cli-l u( raiu. ur 12f tlh.• in th.• rn•.Ln-r, u( n,r- tain .t»•.i.•. ..1 l.rrtrrir .hi.il ha.r th.• aMlay t.•.1.•.r~l..p rrl•i•lly it, a.:•ILfn-J ma-hr, wln t.• 1Lry r..ml-l.wi(b y..1-t (or thr ut tf.c •ub-tretr. Un t6.• Lr-i, u( Ilu. ~.n.•rr!ly •rrrpbJ Lct..qlu~-i.. ••-1u4. ;rh Luu•~ulrh..u-.• •r.• r:lriLut.•J tu lln•
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50257 2759 / ~rt~.:.. _ _._ . ' .. ..~.t..r..,_--._ . W . ~__.. ~... .+~ ~ .~.. " n t X Me10^73 S.P. • . . . . S 156•6Arch Intern bied/Vol 131, Jan 1973 g.uterial Contamination/Picrce & Sanford Alan K. Pierce, MD, and Jay P. Sanford, \iD, Daaaa . 7 0 1 4 0 n 0•1 2 0 5 !.. i I knhatation therapy equipment may poten- tially act as a vector of hospital•acquired pneumonia due to gram-negative bacilli. The major mecharism by which bacteria are dis- seminated is aerosolization of organisms in particle sizes that are sufficiently smalhto be deposited in terminal lung units. Ventilators •erid humiCifiers are•refative:y innocuous in this reEsrd, and srnali•volume Venturi nebu- /izers (m^dications nebulizers) are not fre- quently incriminated in nosocomial epider:n- . ~ ics. l-arge-volume nebulizers of all designs ~ (Venturi, spinning disk, or ultrasonic) are • ! the primary source of aerosolized bacteria. - % The method of decontamination differs with i nebulizer design,'sut any system of decon- t tamination must be carried out at least once every 24 hours while the equipment is in use. No hospital can consider its procedure I I of decontaminatioa satisfactory unless it has a continuing monitoring program to demon- i strate that the degree cf contamination does , not exceed that of hosoital air.
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50257 2775 1 , ENZYtAES--PRODUCTIONtBACTERIAL'ENZYMES/FUNGAL ENZYMES/YEAST--ENZYMES/ MICRQBIOLOGY,INDUSTRIAL/ • QP 601 Cis 1974 . ~ . . . - ~ • _4 CmQCAL TECSNOLOGY REVIEW !30. 2S. * Ei~TZYIIE ENZYME ~ PRODUCTION NOYES DATA CORPORATION hAt RWo.. ILw Jos.r LoodnN. Eepb-d W4 . ~- ., I k Sidney J. Gutcho .
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50257 2780 ~~3.er~ezieL'SCS.~+ Braun, Wenner, 1914- Bacterial heiretics.' Philadelphia, Saunders, 1953. 2:i8 p. illus. 25 cm. Includes bibl:ooraphy. 1 Bacter ia. 2. Genetics. i. Title. QR81.B? ~ Library of Congress r-~ a .~ Full name: 7oachim Werner Braun. 589.95 53--6639 Y E54uTj 0~ 0 0n 0 1 2 0 7 2
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.= 50257 2776 Fuhn, Hugo. ISiocherai3 der Garun~;r.rr unter besor.derer Beruclsichti- gun.- de: Hefo, fiir Studierencie der catarv~ i5:=cus^h~ftea und der Giirangsgezserle, T.chniker, Ganm,.,~bioionen ra,d Chemiker. Ileriin, W. da GmS zer,1352. 433 p. L'lus. :S cm. p , 1. Fermentation. r. ZYtle;. QP601.H2 u2-3624 + Library of Congress ~21 'A, 0 i ti 0 cl tl 1 2 06 8
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rkl. -V• _ 0 41 50257 2777. Anesthesiology 54:364-368, 1981 81 I I Ga Failure ~f&ctericzl:Filte-r-s to Reduce the Incidence of . ~ .., Richard A. Garibaldi, M.D.,* Michael R. Britt, M.D.,t Carolyn Webster, R.N.,$ Nathan L. Pace, M.D.§ The authors prospectively studied 520 patients undergoing inhalation anesthesia to evaluate the efficacy of low resistance 0.22-micron bacterial filters in preventing postoperative pneumonias. Patients undergoing elective thoracic, upper abdominal and lower abdominal surgeries were randomly assigned preopera- tively to filtered and nonfiltered anesthesia circuits by a study nurse. A second study nurse, who was unaware of patient assign- ments, followed each patient for five postoperative days to Identify possible pulmonary complications. Both groups of patients were similar in age, sex distribution, smoking history, prior pulmonary disease, types and duration of surgery, ASA physical status classification, and reiceipt of i tno rat' e antib~ics. v _ ;'. .. " neumonia after Inhalation Anesthesia monias?-' Cultures of anesthesia equipment ha, revealed bacterial contamination in virtually a components of the circle system including Y pie.:, tubing, rebreathing bag, and valve apparatusess.8-'g well as inhaled gases." Reports of postoperati~ pneumonia have implicated contaminated anesthes equipment as probable sources of infection."•'s The~ observations have prompted the introduction < stringent disinfection procedures for anesthes equipment," the use of disposable supplies,'g•" an the introduction of in-line bacteria] filters ft an4sthesia circuits.'a1° _
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50257 2783 WATER--BACTERIA/WATER--M;ICROBIOLOGY/WATER--POLLUTION/ TD 897 Am 1977 PD~ L !A-RE)Sli A symposium sponsored by ASTRI Committee D-19 on I AMERICAN SOCIE7 TESTING AND MAl' Chicago, III., 28-29 • ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 635 A. W. Hoadley, Georgia lnstitute of Technology. ' and B. J. Dutka, Canada Centre for Inland Waters, editors List price $34.75 04-635000-16 MERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS ' 1916 Race Street. Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 o~naA 0 1 2 o7 5
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50257 2768 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Gh 1964 Gherna,R.L.; Doctoral dissertation. University of Southern California. 1964 Univ. MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.93 p..b4.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 6087 0 1 0 0 0 0 1.2 0 8 0 0 ~
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. IVOL, ' -.- , 50257 2786 ~1949~ Stephenson, Marjory. Bacterial metabolism. 3d ed. London, Longmans, Green; , ziv, 398 p. illu+s. 23 cm. IIibitography : p. 821,882. L Bacterla. 2 Metabolisra. [QR84.S ] f 589.95 A 49-5609` Iowa. State Coll. Libr. ~ j for Library of Congreaa f t49d2j x 2.Q78
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h :~ QK 41 Sa 0 0 1(1 t~ ~ a 1 2-. 0 8 A 50257 2792. Sacterial pathogenicity-•-Detecticen ~"~_ SnUe; A. J. FU:7DJiai M.%L rRIYVILIx"..S 17l7 BACTD~.~O~.r~• 0 Lil ~."3. 1~~7 81-2 Pagsa Co• :;~,;, -4 .'r;:k
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c Ilk, _v , ~ -- - - ~ , 50257 2791,. I ~-+2 Ja Bacterial patilagen3city ;- ::aIniCk snd icih'a:--d :.. h!f S~ bCl$ :a14 ? 532 : azes i..c!-ge Medic.rsl Yublicatioas Los Altos, California 0! 0 0 0 0 12 0 83
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50257 2794 '; Bacter;all physio,'.o&v. j? iirciiiniui4 CiieStei Hs1i.~iln, 159.~~- i.d. ~ I3acteri,wl physio;ogy, edited by C. H. "'erkman and P. W. ~+ Wilson. 1Tcw York, Ac::deniic Press, 1951. w ?07 p. 1lllvs. 24 c:n. 1 Bacteria. i. TitIe._ QR84.1ti'58 F~ 589.95 51-5141 ; Library of Congress j201 o I 0 Q n o 1 z•.0 8 6
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`i"I'_V- - 50257 2793- Society of American t>acteriologists. (,"nmmiitee on Bac- teriological '1'echnic. . ilanull of microbiological methods., \e.r Torlc, ~icGra.r- Hi11,1957. 31S p. illus. °-1 cm. •'Tahes the place of the loose•leaf publication issned daring the period of 15Y"~3-1b:,d under the name of 'Manual of inedw6s for ;,ure culture study of bacteria."' 1. Bacterlol sy-Technique. W'.G3.S6 1957 -"N 559.93072 57-8629 Z , Librarf of Con^ress -+^ --- - „' _ - 0! Ll p ct ~~ 2 0 8 S 1 t L38s_'oJ
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11sx, • _.•-, , , 50257 2789 Richardson,S.H.; RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ri 1960 Doctoral dissertation. University of Southern California. 1960 : Univ. MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.123 p..60.(IN ENG.> ISN = 6086 0~4ooo1 xog1
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t 50257 2795 +i . ! _ .. ~ I QR 351 E P.aCte:ial plaat' uath,o8cns. E1l;ott. Charlotte, 1883-- Mannal of bacterial plant pathogens. 2d, entirely rev. e:l. Waltham, Chionica Botanica Co., 1951. viii, 186 R illus. 27 cm. (Annales c.ryptogamict et Pbytopathulo- gic1, i'.10) - Inciudes °Ltterature." 1. Bacteria, Pbytopathogenic. :. Plant diseases. z. Title: I3ac- terial plant pathogens. (Series) QR351.E4 1951 ~~ 589.95 51-13i5i Library of Congress 0 n 0 na 12. 0 8 7
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50257 2781 . - _ _ _ _ ._ 6tK J'M4 r -7s s~ .'.CCUI:ITY CLA:SIFICATION OF TNIS PAG1: (K):+t D.t. .F•nterwM / r :- , ,- .- ~ REPQIt ~~.t~CUinE~~ 1 A'E"1u~1 PhGc s}-An mS: RUC-:1 er-FOr.E Cc;.:9r_ .Ti.'r-. F'):ui . RCPG!.T NUUbER GOVT ACCESSION NO. 3. RECIPIENT'S CATALOG NUMb1ER . i 4. TITLE (cnd Sv5ttUa) S. TYPE OF REPORT Q PERIOO COVEREO ~ 9M Co; X"auter S..:u1 ation of 1?ucirg Food-''roceas:nga 6. PERFORMIING ORG. REPORT NUIw9E.Z-~ 7. AUTHO.Z(a) 8. CONTRACT OR GRANT %U4/6cR(.) ' ' 2,,,N ATIONAL TECHNICAL Jr. E~aaz~~ W. Itoss ~ ~ INFORMATION SEe VlCE ~JS p.pahn.nl 01 Cor..meK~ I iti~+Sprinp(i.1d. VA. 2:151 ~ # 11. PERFOit1UNG ORGAN{2ATICN NIJME AliD ADt7kESS 10- PitOGRA/•t CLLtAENT, FS:Gl" ~:. TA.SK AREA 6 WORK UNIT NUiiLt.%S Office of the Ter'ih71iCal ~'._i''vCtOr y II.S. 1'.•rwy 21ati:: 'Lacaratorin;; ~ \'atic:s Fw~nsnzuusette - Gl?cA .. .....•.+... . ....- ^e...-r .•.uc•un •nnacee - 12. REPORT OATB / 0 1 t1 0 n o i 2 0 73
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hk, '.v-, I I .%rr:r.t, K. J. & ltoxx, II. E. (l9f,a). J. Rpp1. Ikrct. 26 ('i).,B7n-1;.i. (Symposium on the Sun•ivul of Bacteria: Rapor VIII) ~ 79 II Ct I Survival oftr-reeze Driedv8acterlal'Culaures,~, r K. J. STEEL AhD HELE; E. ROSs National Collection of T fpe Cultures, Colindale Avenue. London t\'.1I'.41 SCDtl1AA1. The aurvival of 100 strains of bacteria, rcpre,enting 15 6enerx, on frewr.o drying and during storage in the freozo dried state for 10 years has bern asse.ised. Grain-positive organisms tonded to survive better than Grain-nogative. 1'iabla organisma were recovered from all bnt ono of the culturos. THE PRESERVATION of micro-orcanisms is one of the major interests of those concerned with culture collections and such people are in an excellent lx,sition to study the practical, as distinct from the theoretical, aspccts of freeze dlyin1g. Unfortunatel; little published work has come from the collections in this country. Apart from the classic paper by Proom & Helmnons (1049) of the «'cllconie Collection, only the ATational Collection of Yeast Cultul•es (Brady, 1960) and the National Collection of Marine Bacteria (Floodgate & Ha}•es, 1961) hhave reported their experiences of freaze dr}•ino. Our contribution to this Symposium is concerned ~!t~he ~rv 1~4l11 Oi.rC~ ll~ol.t v~olt c~/~ ai i.uitu:C:, 1.`.^.•::d InC.°.surcd in terms "• • r ~ I of viable count, rather tlian stabilitv in the wider sense. x t
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~ ___ .-_-~-----'--~ Bocteri.Z' spores,,v. 17 50257 2799. ., [~wVIE'.~ OF ~:<~ „C :'~„Y l . : r Z •~.J ~ a .. . . :ar cc:2tetl'!s n'!. card 0 .. ~ ~ ' . . . . . . - 9• o ~ n o n o: z o 9 1
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. 50257 2784 . . L£6'.l~ML.S 1NDfA--~"-~ ~ . ~ • . . ~ : P. N. PArEt: ~%b J. K. JtxDAL (A ccepted jor publicatian December 3, 1972) ' IN-TROntxstox : Mum, bean or ~reen ~ram (Phaseolus oureus Roxb.) is an impartant s:ed 1c;umc (Pulse) in Ic:dia. It is grown in 1.94 miilion hectares cach vear and iorms one of the main source o: protein in cereal based di:t of ihe pcopie. Scyeral viral and fungal, but no bzcterlal. dlseas2s arc described on this crop from this country. During the survets carried !. out jn 1963 ard 1969 to eatlter informatton on th: distrib4tion and se.erit% of bactcrial diseases on seed !c~u:nes, %se encountered two new diseases on • muna bean (Patcl and Jindal, 1970). They are referred here as leaf saot . and halo 0)1ght. •' Leaf spot due to l'anrhonronas nhasroli (Smith) Dowson on mun; was first reported from Chir.a (Fang ci a!.. 1964). In India, its occurrence our surCe\•s it was o1'.strv:d at C!_!.Jt lOJaIWf1s In. .] Q7~)..,,.. ti~.....-.... -- : .,,., ;. ... . - . nw/`V!,1 r . . . ' . . has b~cn noted but no dctailed imestisations hs%e yct he:st publish.d. In X~C MeC10-74 Yndian,Phytopathol. 25(4) 517-25(1972) S•P• ,_ BACTfsRtAL~LF.:aF,SrO'tr"A\D'Ii*:1C2S`IILTCIIT DISE:aSES•OF• ~1U,`r.;B~`s(F1iASL• OLL'S-.1L'RECS) AND OTHER~`~- 0 1 a o n a t 2 0 7 b.
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50257 2801 . anrsfali, ,Tarnes GcrdDn, 1905- ed. Plant gatnoloaa; an zciv,lnced treatise, editcd by J. G. 3Iorsiall and A. E. Dimond. \ew York, Academic Press, 19;,1'+- v. tilus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 'k I 1. Plant dLseases. L Dimond, Albert E;:gene, 1314- joint ed. 5944684 j SB721.H5i3 l:% 581.2 Library of Cone css fN'j E201 0 1 0 0 n fl i 2 0 9 3
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-Dsc-oe~tiai.Sporea•i..axol. :,1i lvkl• - V- , . 50257 2803, Ncrris, :icna t:oaert M;:i:1G5S Z~ ti:eCi.o:i:0110,;: ,lodit2d by J. ~:. Nflr±.'frs n.^_d D. W. iSG: Aca---:eTnic r-aw Ynrk 0 ~ 1 n ~ n U i 2 0 9 5
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41 ~ Sa `Bacterial spores " 50257 2804 ~ . , Sal!.s, w. 3. ~ FUi+D:IME:1TAL PP3t.LIPhas Cfe EACTERICLCV"Y. 6th rQ. 1967 322 Pe;os Co. 7a::k ;:. 0 ! 0 0 0 a 12 -.0 96
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. . 1k, '-`'- - - _ ; QK 50257 2800 ~ 662 S Bacterial spores= = .,. Haivorson, Halvor Orin, 1a97- Spores; a symposittm held at Allerton Park, Illinois October 11-1?, 1956 under the auspices of the Unirersit~l of Illinois and with the support of the Office of Nava Research. Washington, American Institute of Biologica: Sciences, 1937 t°1958] x, 164 p. illus., diaers., tables. 25 em. (American Institute oa Biological Sciences. Publication no. 5) Includes bibliographies. 1. Bacteriology-Congresses. 2. Bacteria, Sporeforming. 3. Spore: (Botany) (Series) QR1.H3 1956 E~ 589.9 57-1Y~; Library of Cone ess - (59i5] ~,,.~-.~..,~....,.. t 0 i 0 0- n o 1 2-: 0 9 2
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. 1%k1...-.. 0 50257 2796 II Me -78 BAcrERIAL RELATIONSHIPS IN STORMWATERS' ~ S.P. 5 WATER RESOURCES BULLETIN VOL. 13, NO. S AMERICAN WATER RESOURCES ASSOCIATION OC. )iIER 1977 E. M. Dayis, D. ]l•f. Casserly and J. D.1iloore= ABSTRACT: Data wcre developed within a three-ycar period for indicator bacteria and three species of bacterial patho,-cns following rural storm event hydrographs. The first flush con- cept was confirmed in all hydrographs. Bacterial density peaking occurred at or before the hydrograph peaks. . FC and FS valucs were higher in more developed arcas than the primary rural test site and their numerical ratios followed similar trends. Chlorine demand of storm waters varied between 8 and 16 mg/I and, the ozone requirement was greater than 32 mg/I in the same waters. Aftergrowth of total co:iform bacteria occurred following chlorine and ozone doses of 16 mg/1 and .32 mg/1 respectively. Fecal coliform, fecal strcotococci, SuGnonella sp., and Pscudomonas sp. all were reduced to near detectable limits by the disinfectants up to 8 days. Staphylococcus sp. demonstrated a propensity to rcestablish their popalations. biulti- plc regression analysis of the bacterial groups and species in storm waters sugt;csted the fecal streptococci to have been the most useful group in evaluating Lacteri:.l storm water quality, with staphylocci having been closely related insofar as their statistical significance was cun: erned. (KEY TERMS: eoliform;storm water disiniection;urbanization;land use;water quality.) 0 I 0 0 D_0 1 7. 0 8 8
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_ ' QD 50257 2806 ; 281 ~ Jo ~ BacteriP7l synthzsi:., I`o. 29 Jour:zsl of rclymer Scie»ce, Pt. C PA?y-4:er .Ciy-.:!poIILJ, N0. -1, 9, 1D, 11,, 12, 13, 1965-G7 Interr.cience (::i1ey) *:ev Yor-', -...-~,.~-~,.,..-.-..,.. 0 1~ 0 n t~ i2.•• 0 9 8
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rX, •-.'-, 0 .• Tns Joox.ut or I:Ior.ocrC/a CIIcMistwY, rol. SI:. I~o. 23, Is,u~ of Ikern,LK 10, pP. I9:: NTCnTINE--nRInATI(1'd/ ,--:~ . ,. 78 RII Ho POINGMA lam mat°nat "i°y ~ i ..e yrotraete,i by C4pyright Law (TiUe 17 U. S. Codej. Th , -w,G",C4 VnT:;SFNTIITSIS QI? 3,3,G TRIIIYDR01-YPI'RIDI-NE A-.\-D :1CCUJIIILATIO\'.A.-ND Pa'.TLIL CIIAR:RC 1Z'RI'/.•1TI0_`N~ OF TIiF Y1tODLTCT OF "2,G-DIIII DI:OSYPYRIDINN E~OYIDATIO\- - • PAUL E.'HOL\IES+ xmD STD?IEY C. RdTTF\BEItG , ' From the Deparhnent of Bacteriology, Zlnu'ersily of California, Los Angeles, California 90024_ $AN S-3O;C H IaI IL\ ACILMIISS From the Inslittd fur llikrobiologi• . :.'~ .. .... .. . .. - . SUMMARY . I The'synthesis of 2,3,6-trihydro.rypyridiae is described. The Os labile product of the 2,6-dihydroxypyridine oxidase- catalyzed oxidation of 2,6-dihydroxypyridine was accurnu- lated by ma::ing O= concentration rate-limiting in the reac- .• tion: Under these conditions a.precursor-product relation • was shown for the enzyme product and "nicotine blue pig- ment " The product of the enzyme reaction was degraded ~ by cleavage enzyme derived from 0 n 0 t z08 2 I , s F. [. r
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i , 76~ 4% - 50257 2805- .j350 ! 8acterial` Synthesis! Co ; Cohen, Seymour Stanley, 1J;7- Virus-incluced enzymes ;b}, Seymour S. Cohen. `Netr i York, Columbi;i University Press, 1068. ; ufi, 315 p, i11;Lq. 23 cm. (Columbia biological series) $11.50 : Bibliography : p. j2C1,-:.xJ2. ~ 1 .1 1. :%iruses. 2. Enzymes. i. Title. (Series) Q,R3GO.C59 ~ 5 i 6'.G4 Library of Congress '~ ,b1 0 i~l o n (1 t 2 0 9 7 68-55418
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11 . 50257 2787 J.our: Agri:`Res_:17(1~115-119(1974) -~- • .• ' - ' Effect o€ . water on ~A #erira~~iaa~t~~~..~ca~~Q; : . 75 zr- Yo . - - ~_ ~ . .. BY J M Youxa .--~. ~: .. Plant Discascs Division, DSIR, Auckland, New Zealand _'•' '.' . (Recelved 27 November 1973) ADJiM\.•. - When pathogenic and non-pathogenic bacteria were inoculated into bean leaves which ': ''-" arn then kept saturated with water, those bacteria which arc normally li,•nitcd in grow•th ~, i.-i.-reased in numbers. Pathogens in heterologous relationships w-ith bcar.s (Pscudomoaas ' lariirymcas and Ps. s;rin¢ae) multiplied at a rate eoual to the homologue Ps. phaseolicola, : and to higher stationary-phase populations than developed under normal conditions of plant t h.: - wth. Non-pathogenie bacteria (Ps. fluorescens, Ps. putida, and Erwinia l:erbicela). brro w raaused ia numbers, but their stationary-phase populations were lower than those of the f.. patb.ogcas. • • ! : Peptone added as a bac:erial nutrient to the inoculum of Ps. flaroreseens d:d not affect the =roaih of tne non-pathogen ia bcan leaves 1 - J The availability of nutrients and water to bacteria in the intercallular spaces of leaf - e,lunc:ion..of~ztrs~v.a.,r L'ssue may be impot•tant parameters re,eulatingrtF.eir dc^elopn:ent r_Th ~....~.r-..•-.. _ .,,... _ .~.,. • . . . • ---- r - ~ . - 0 1 oon'a ~ 20 7:9
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50257 2810, Tne~tarf a~= '~ . _ '~ y"1'seiiclas~asr~o~~ ~ SB 734 Ile bsct.,-rial ui2 L c:°acp3 ~uy K Se .Fr3_cear_tt-~Q ~alei~:~, !I, C.~ Ag:•iculturai. Sxperirxez;L S~~tion, 19i3a 194 p. 23 =• I ..9-,:.,n,.:-.. ,._, . 0 Ia n n n 1 2-. 1 0 2
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, OA :Lquial:do ia=ayo, l:nLo:z{o LAS EAC'hi:i:1AS EN LA F-ZM:•!E~ L zt'IO + i.'y:. rii a biN:?'G'_iiftll in : hR FPr.r.wr,t,c?ina nF -Cbscco), by Antonio .zqu,ezc:o Ta vnyo, -;Ie~andro 2~ie3eizoa Al~rarez and Rccrigo C:ota Ga1sa _Icrobiol. Esp,:n. 11 243-25k (1958) 0 ~ il 0() 0 1 2 1 0 ' 3 S
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Ivk._'`-' rcr:F. Q 123 Sa 1975 50.257 28.,17 Glossary of Baderiob-9r9ked ~'eravs P. SAMSON, F.I.M.L.T. Chief Technician, Clinical Laboratory, Branpton Hospital (Frimley 13ranch), Frimley, Surrey BUTTERWORTNS LONDON and BOSTON oioon 0. 1 2 1 0 9
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SORBIC ACID/BACTERIOCIDES/FUflg7oCIDF,/ ~ DISSERTATIO:vS--UhIVERSITY OF CALIFOMNIA/ 50257 2816 QR 84 Yo 1960. Studies on the Inhibition of Microbes by Sorbic Acid By GEORGE KEN.'ETH yOFK II A.B. (Stanford University) 1950 DISSERTATION Submitted in partial satisfaction of the requirements for the degree of ' DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY in 13 3 .; ~ ~3 Microbiology .~ in the GRADUATE DIVISION Q g. of the fT1TTTIL•DCTTV Ar, /4AT TL`MAITA
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,-SO2s7 2814 Bacter3Z3des--Urganoasetal lic i:orpouud;; iiarwood, .3ohn Hoi ley Industrial applications of the organa*netallic cospounds, a literature survey. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp., 1963. 451 p. 23 cm. Includes bibliography .V 0 y.. ~ 1 0 0 n () 1 2 ! 0 6
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I n R S5 ~ t n'n n a 1 2 Society for iTer.eral :acrobiolo?y - Saecial report. Constituents of bacteriological cultare nedia. A revieW of inl°or.:.a tion av3ilable on :^--Lhods of m.anufacture pre;.,ared by the standardiZfltio:i sub- co=ittee of the Society of General :a.crobioioD. 1956 c o~,er 32 pp. :L
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50257 2818 ,,.,.._..~-.,~-~ . .. . . ..~.~~ <<.-... At'.'MLYTiCAL . ~ ~. ~ -~- U. Si r..._~..'~~ I i c. (lS7B) PzcCecc: rs saa Eu:•irc=crtcZ ?::~ 41.th Scz:°ize, i<<^^d _'?r.r1 1}';-`a, T+jc.'•.ri0e m W,l. ElA~,~ER.T 0's.CCICAL brld We}.La:'d or' 1969 WascTiingtau, D. C.. U. S. B:pt. i'.ealth, Education, ~.. ~ I ~ Q ~ t~ i 2 t i 0
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, ~ I I i ~ 50257 .2823 ~ ~ QR MrEwen, NVattace W w ~ 65 Bactdriola,-:ca1 technique; a guide for medical laboratory ~ M technicians. With a foreword by Sir Alexander F:emhip. Brooklyn, Chemical Pub. Co.,1J50. f viii, ~~fKi p. illus. 22 cm. L Bacteriology-Technique. QR65.11I24 Libraryof Congress 0 1 ~ A 0o 1 2 1 1. S i. Title. 616.075 50-8163 c1=I
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28 24 YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARS/HOT SPRING ECOLOGY/MICROORGAIlISMS--THERMOPHYLIC/ 50257 SPRINGER SERIES IN MICROBIOLOGY/MICROBIAL ECOLOGY/ ECOLOGY/ _ ~BACTERIOLOGY/ BACTERIA, THERMOPHYLIC/ QR 107 , Br 1978 Thomas D. Brock - Thermophilic Microorganisms and Life at High Temperatures Springer-Verlag New York Heidelberg Berlin `;~, ` t ~;u:,~- . • .~ 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 2 1 1 6
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S02S? 2813 . J / U 7-1.,3. << -• 0,~/ %,/'t-U~' 8crfpta medlca• t. », L!-3. IYeb .»wm rctikuiSr- ZrptSeno I2SX. I mnyni prachem tt pra3nj# azUk. rnimi clcmenty ;cno SGOX. m+Ym prachcm niho voziva ve Zrik3eno 125X. r.nym prachern ivz ve ztlulM- : GFimoriho. nnyn prachcm 11Y.'TIV-L3). Vy- {'lj.h 6cptech. ft.,vr R.-.--- rne Department of Iiyglene and F.p(demloingy of the Medical Faculty of the Purkynd Univcrsity in I3rno i Thc head of the Department: Professor MUDr. et RNDr. Karel Halalka I K. BRAZDOVA, J. NEZVAL AND R. VELECK'Q . I , . ~ . ~ . : f . . , -- . . .gACCERICIIIAL-EFFECT OF SPONTANEOUSLY EVAPORATED b i Q PERACETIC ACID ON PS:"AERUGINOSA, ST. PYOGENES, \
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I 50257 28 25 _ DISSERTATIONS--HARVARD UhIVERSITY/ BAC':F.RIOLOGYICOLLOIDS/ 1 _.~...r...._....,,. pARVaBD UNIVERSITY--DISSERTATIONS see DISSERTATIOES- IiARVARD UNIVERSITY/ .1 3~u 1966 _ CSEMICAL I14TERACTIONS IN THE AGGREGATION OF BACTERIA . A thosis proaontod . by - Paul Louis I2uach Sanitary Engineering WASTE TREATMENT/ to the Division of Engineering and Applied Physics in partial of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Harvard University Cambridge, Massachusetts June, 1966 : fulfillment the subject of ~ i 0 1 0 0 n 0 1 2 1 1 7
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•0 c+7xQ F':= i%o,--g Pu2 =aa}:,2ar.*,3 t4"TaWR 30 3-,7Sm2=d--~Q •s n s03aa OC " 6Srt ..~ :/. a •9 •8 `=2 uTuTal •A •Fe t.~• ..~. t...~~,nn~ T~'•..nf ~• ...... ...... v' 1J ~ S.L.v..s:+=.c•~ \sv{.v l1:^...:VVviatll Ao IL~A~~~,1jSC LZi oi .Foq4iyzx3: -j v •.'i` ` •i( •7, tuor@T.%q$ z 0u UU I-0 ~.__ . ~. T~S; ZZBZ LSZOS xxI
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I _.._- .... _. _.._~ - .. TP - 370 Un 1972 , PDDL 3 C. I . •` 50257 2820 FOOD--BACTERIOLOGY/FOOD--A.';ALYSIS/ ~ BACTERIOLGGICAI:-~Ai~iALYT2CAL._MANL'AI.JOIt„FflODS , Prepared by U.S. Department of Health, Education, and Welfare, Food and Drug Administa.-tion, Division of Microbilogy/ Plans are underway to update the asani:al about once a year. Order as follows: "Bacteriological•Analytical Manual for Foods" Stock Number 1712 00162 Price $2.00 I qIlo h,0.t:xj , P DAL 3e. Address order as follows: Superintendent of Documents :,ukt U.S. Government Printing Office foWashington, D.C. 20402 y. O6+-21u , E~d , *4 6 _ ~ ~.. , a ~ a e U " U I Z PDO/.-~2 , . ~.... ~~._..._~.,., .__.__.-. -
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I 50257 2815- TOBACCO--TURKISH--USESrOTHF:R THAN SMOKING/FtJti'GICIDES/BACTER`IQCIDESV VIII'Me~-79 _ • S.P. : -. --- _ -.--- ""' ~RIJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VIII Me4-79 s.p. ' . Toleva, P._ D. ; Georgiev, E: (Higher Inst. Food Ind., Dep. Technol. Fatty Essential Oils,•Plovdiv,~Bu1 '' ON THE POSSIBILITIES FOR PRODUCTION OF AROMATIC PRODUCTS FROM TOBACCO LEF ~I AFTER THE HARVESTING. '' Rivista Italiana .Essente'Profumi.,Piante Officinali 60 (No. ~5) 314-18 (19 i (in-English). - , ; i The eoncrete obtairred ~ror:m separate paits of orrental tobacco (Jloscules, leaves and stems ) left af ter harvestirrl ~ j was studied. The yields of concrete varied from 0,174o to 0,36°4 for tvlrole plants, 0,30°•b-0,80% for leaves anc 0,37-0,46:o for floscules. The basic physico-chemical indices of the products were established. The aroma wa~ ~ ~ finest m concretes from ffoscciles - with flowerly, honey, dense and adhesive character. Tlre epicutaneous sample~ were negative. The bactericide and fungicide action of the concrete against dern:al saprophyi land pathogcrru ~ t microorganisms was investigated. A moderate retention of their growth was established - , . - .. .. . - .. ... .. .
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. 50257 2807 tartf:ri..i- t-m=.caraY, v . iS . Anncal review of lnicrobio:ohy. v. 1- Stanrord„ Calif., :Lnnu.~i Reviews, i9i7- : r. fiUUs. 23 cui. Editor: c. 1- C. P., ('i:ftoa. 1. 311cro-orqanisni,--Tearboolca. T. Clifton, Charles Egol', 1J04- ed. QR1.A3 589.95058 49---132• Library of Coagrecs 0 1 t? 0 n n 1 2 0 9 9 i
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B&C vCZ'ZoaAgy. 50257 2834 QR 1?2 E tat.;:icr nc:r•.u~; tz:I : ~:;t~r~LY:Q:,i:eiie:~ 'tY:emg.'LO. t"ol. 0 27 - Borlin, S-:rS n~;erT 1y2- . vo 25 cm.
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561 t3L;cterioLc ;J. 50257 2831, • C Ca?vin Calmon d - ` 1 + ~ , , e . Ion esc.::.nr:ers in ortanic and biooheiaistry ; Calvin C.c:- o: i mon and T. I"L. R hres-inan, editors. New YorL, Inter- scienca Pnblishers,19;i7. 761 p. 111us. 24 cm. Incl¢Qes bibliography. 1. Ion exchange. 2. Chemistry, Organic. 3. Biologicnl chemistrs. i. Kreasman, T. It. E., joint ed. ii. Title. f ~ ''541.373 57-6110 ~ J 1:,7dz131 • ! Qp561.C?`?. Lil.rary of Congress 2 1 23
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I 50257 2832 ~ QR 41 Bacteriology C1 2c. Clark, P. H. and H. 0. ITAIvorEoa L.4PORAiORY G4ri1.I-NE FOR C-I::EW-1L rACTraYQLCCY. , ., 1967 83 P:~-e¢ '••-'•'~ P:j ~ :~z:a. ~;P:~1L.,...~.~ C~. r,~ct~c ~ s, t c) i~ tt d 1 2~ i?, 4
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50257 2819 . . .~. ,. .~.. „ DR s I : . .' :E ..~~.A ..,... I ; ACTERIA--NOlt'NCLATiI.^-•.E--I;ITERNATI01'AI. C(1DE/ TAXOP°0`fil F'L! °T~-- i£r-Vi'iTdT n^Y i , 1 i~ mfemau n la AV 1975 of Ba.eter~~ PuLlis}iFd for the ?nternauonal A.sociatSoa o[ Miaobiological Societiea by the Amtrican Socic[y for Microbiology Wash:no on, D.C. 1975 . ,, Statutes of the Sacteriotogy Sectim and . Statutes of the lslter,Eational Cornmittea on Systecnatic i3acterio!oay and ~ ,/ of TheUnternational Associatioa of Mitrobiolcgica[ Societles ~ Q IPR IO.,L~'t.GLiC.4t.:.-COD.E r:.. 1975 Revision Approved by the Jt:dicusl Com:nission of the Interruu:onal Comr:ittee oa'tiyslcrratu L'ac t<<e h~tcr)rational Commi?tre vii Sys!r.mat:c Eacttri:ao4y, the Inlcrr.riional Assuciation oj Microviolosir,c.? Soc:ciies, and the Plcn;:rr ~i:rssio~t cj tl:,r 1st 1nte.•?national Coriwess of I3actrrioio,,}', Jerusdcrn, lsrcc•?, Sc pt em brr 1973 z Editcd,iiy S. 1'. IAYAGI:. t'. iI. A. S\FATFI, E. F. LESS!iL, V. ;t Il '.i. i'. i:.. SI;1'.L7C>E!i, ard IE'. A. CLA2ti: 0 ~.. .•.,..r.,, ~
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;_ ._._ . _ _ . _... _ _ . . . . ----- ~ TD 50257 2830 1380 Bacteriology Am tna-rlcau '.-ai:Iic l.Ca1tf1 :'Essociation :1JF.1.J '•'S.-~r.iVt1` 1'Vl L.i:. ....i:1..'•.f T ..+ t y.' •...C . ..P.Si . ~.:..a, rh ~.4. , •} .; : ~T£2 R:.'D 3.: P.• . lilYiL`21i•t UliJ,.iL: i'o? 3utiou Coiaro: ','c..! ei: ,~tien °a;ea ;?Z 374 : -ec•rican Fubiic i:"e: lth tJea Yor'.. ~ssociation ~-~ --•-- --- ~. - ~---o- -- .- --. _ . . .-~ -- --~ - a-- ,m .,._ . . ~ - ~ . 0 I n n n o 1 2 1 ~, 2
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1 I 1 iw Bwr,terir,1.og`l 50257 2833 I3avis, Besnaxd 7. *iI=3IGZ.CoY, by Bwaard D. DayiE, Faaa4o L-slbccca, hs=an N. Eisaa, Harold S. Girn:3berg a:d W. Barry Wc.;rd, Jr. 1968 1464 Pagea L=per & Rqcr I'ublisherra Nav Ycrk
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---= 50257 2829 .,..,.-M.. TP 370 Th 1968 FOOD--BACTERIOLOGY/FOOD--MICROORGANISMS/BACTERIOLOGY/ ~ SALr.ONELLA/MICROBIOLOGY--TECFNIQUE/FOOD--POISONING/ BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--ANAL'.'SIS/ 7HATCHER, F.S. t MICRO- ORGANISMS IN FOODS: - their significance : andtnethods of enumeration Sponsored by thcatmmational Committee on Mtcmbiological Specifications fcr Foods, a sLZadmg commirtee of the~tcrnational Association of briaobiological Socicties CompiTtd and tdirrd by R S. TAatcher, Chaisinan, rCMSP . D. S Car:, Scczctary-Tressur^r, tcsrsp • . Unherstty o!..Tormuo Pres,r 4"qi.- .. ''. }"K.n' ~e.:...~.w.+ -~. • ~ w«~,. _ - ..•.--.. ...~....... ...~. .~.n ..
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i • ~ i ~ ~ ~ I 1 I ( I 50257 2826 .t. . ' ~ . . . - '. . . . 4 . . • .. . . UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE Aari • 1Vashington, D.C. ~ued October 1973 Peoria, Ill. ~. Hor-Nay Pang, research assistant, Insti+tnte of Microbiology, Rutgers L'nivers New Brunswick, N.J. For ule LY tke Superintcn.lent of Ikocument... U.S. Covernment Printitt OQrce. t Wasbi.Yton. D.C. 'L040. Prire: iS.O:. /paper eocer) (•1 fb rClr y f Stock i~lumLcr Ot00-:e09 Qg_ r~~ .__ 1...., 82 Co Y A3.~..' Genus .~~•a'~~~~r' `bY~iuth E. Gordon, professor. 1973 ~ Ins`a'tute of ~Iicrobiology, Rutgers Univers New Brunswick, N.J. William C. Haynes, principal bactcriologi: Northern Regional Research Laboratory ~ Agricultural Research Service culturc Handbook No. 427
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iY 370 S -- F~~~U--':r!F.r ~;:: rRC~'::SSIi:G!: C~+:U -~ ;GTERIflLCGY/ _ 50257 .~ECfi?;OLGGY , A Series of Mor.o~r2pta 1..- 1973 2 C. PDDL 1 C. '~ cnCE A:"D `-, [UkfS ~-, `~, ~~ ,1 1\~V j / rrKyy~~ ~ ~._......,._._..._~_ _ . _ ,_ Tlwrmobacteriologyt -in ~ t i0c~ ~1^oacssnZ. C. R. S TJi,'~D O Department of Food Srience Univerri!V of ~1.assachte, etts Amsilmst, ~fessachuaetts SEC:ONID LDITIO\ /il.tlt/GM,1C FRESS 1 New York and Conc:.r, ; A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovonovich, Publishers y'e,,' i ~ . ~ : ~= :.. _.. . ~,._, ... . . - -,•~',-•--•-~-----.••....._..~..f._......_.._.p..t...._..~..~... ; . n ,, ,\ 1973 2828 and TecAnolopY 0=1 ~ ~ n n i 2 1 ?.
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50257 2838 Bacteriolegy. G.uua7us, Irwin Ci; dc, 1C-:r- ed. Tha bacteria; a treatise on structure and function, edited by 1. C. Gunsalus iand] Rcger Y. St; r.ier. \ew Yor::, y Academic Yrvss, 3$60- / 9 loa, 1, 2.. v. illus., diagrs. 24 cm. Includea bibliographles. CoxTcNre.- ;-i 1 Bacteriology. L Stanier, Roger Y., joint ed. QR41.G78 ~~ -- 589.9 59-138a1 Ltbrary of Congresa ~ ~ i63dI3, o ~ n 0 c~ n 1 2 13, A 'N
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50257 2840 ~QR 41 Ja 2c. Bacieriolcg;r o t n 0 n t~ ! 2 1~ 2
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. Fx:_-t~ric1oa . 50257 2836 A I , J GaP.ovsay, Leslie Dcublas. Applied mycolony and bacteriolog y-, by L. D. GallowaS ... and R. Iiuroes_~ ... London, L. IIi,I limited I19101 viii, 1C5, (l) p. illus., plateg, dia;r. 22 cm. (FLal/-titic: ... Tice modern chemical industries series) Imprint covered by luhel: New York, N. Y., Distributed by Chemi- cal pubUshing company, inc. "A second printing has afforded the opportunity of reeisiug the text and references, and aiso of aadina to the illustrations."-p. ci. "References" at end of each chapter. 1. Bacteriolo;y, 2. Fungi. 3. I:acteriology-Technique. i. Bur. gess, Itobert, ,/oint author. tt. Title: 'Mycology and bacteriology. QR 41 G QR-t:1.G?5 1-04C1 589.95 40-3UJV i Library of Con~ress i.'s3e}j• ~+. . 0 t Q 0 n n 1 2" 1
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. A V~- 1 50257 2841 iCahifeid, Fr. B--k terioli:.che n~.hrbo;;en-tecuruk. 6., Ver bes;:erte Huf)_. bremen, GfriSt, 1948. 0 0 n c't ! 2 t 3 3 4
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50257 2839 r Bacla=rio.Loty. . Hewitt, L eslic Frani:. O:.izlation-rcduction hotciit:als in bacturioloty and bio- chemistry. Gth ed. It: itimarc, ~1"iii:aru, :incl 1Z'11~2ll=, 1J.:~Q. cit:. 215 p. inus. 25 c:r:. Bibliography: n. rTI:j-201. 1. Riolopical chem!stry. 2. Buctertology. i. Title. Ql1345.1I46 1950 61_,~.01511 50-916ti [L'. S. Army ateu. Lihr.: 1. Ba.-teriolo•,y Technique. 2 T3:ochem- istry-Technique. 3. Usidutiou-re.luction reactiou. Qti_3IS1,02J~j I Library of Congress - ti1J2i:Jj n"0 n 0 1 2
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ttacte=ioiogy 50257 2837 Gibbs, Brian Montague, ed. - _ Iclen!ification tuethods for microbiolo;;ists, edited by 113. Df. Gyit,6; and F. A. Skinner. London, Now York, Academic Pre-s, 196f~- v. tCus. 24 cm. (Socic•ty for AppiitKI B.neteriology. Tech. nical series, uo. 1 Manual remnlting fror.i a demonstration tneeting held on _ith flvt. 1:1d4, by the Society for Applied Racteriology and the Mierobial Sya- ten:atica Group of the Society for General Mtcrobtology. Includes bibliographies. 1. Bacteriolo~-y-Laborntory manuals. t. Skinner. Frederick Arthur, Joint ed. it. Society for Apptfeil Hacterinl.Cy. rtt. SAri.•tc ?Rr General Microbiology. Microbiul Systematics Group. iv. i'itle. ( Series) QR8 i.G3 i.ihrary of Congreas 576.028 66-20871 ,~,
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, Bacteriolocy. 50257 2842 _. ------- :.: ma:tn:., Cr.rl. Basic bacteriology, it3 bioloti cftl and chemical backb ound ,byl Carl Lamanr.a jnr.dl rI. Frank Diallc!te. Baltimore, Williams & Wi.kins.1953. 677 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. B.^.cteria. 2. Ractariology. z. Dlallette, Jtwnuey Frank, V-17- joint author, iz. Title. QR41.L3 () 589.95 53-9852 ; Library of Congress 1151 ."' . , . . .. .- , , O , n 0 l• o ~ 1 2 ~ 3 4 ~
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50257 2827 7-P vwe ~-~. ~/ l ~ • -r~ ~ C ~ ~~ ~~^~~~M~~ ~ -- . , ~ Jr, ~ . .: f r.~~ c, .r ~C.LcG.CLfK%tC~37mf.. lJ -ZG,- -C~ - -•I6 .l.4Cdl..LcL(.CJIY10 d •j.7~ Tp r7-a.4~ - _ jr~ 3 ~c) Aiea /971 ?dA z- Y.E.ST, Y.orris Cicn, 19R0- r ` ^ ~ ll:Ft.G. ::CF. G: T .:E GF:Omid Oi :F. YC}i?OPNILIC . ;CY.00} .I.h:IIS':5S ON T}iE FLIi.'07/.ND SELECT: rJ tiiERICE.I. J:;E};iS 0: C}iICY.a; MEhT. ; ,hC e:,to Sc. ;c iry, ,ail. I t•«.+ Tr t.~. .,~~ y 0 1 ~ o n A 1 2 U:;iverci: Ann ' .
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ldacterioloey. 50257 2848, QR iJei:.Y~, E,.C . ---- ------ -- ,[1 tinLlytictu methocis for bacteriel fermentation: N Sa:.katoon, N4tiora-, i"ese~ Icii Council, Pr4irie 69 p. 15 f ie s. 26 ca. 0 \ 0 1 \I \I 1/ \.,J 1 2• `I 6
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I 1 41 F Ba:t .te,c•1 c•Frobisher, :,~artin, 189n-- Fundamentals of mic:v biology. 5trh ed. Philadelphia, Saunders, 1953. 633p. illys. 25 cm. Frevious editions pablished under title.: Fundamentals of bacteriology. Includes bibliograpiiy. . . . . ~,...
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50257 2843 1War.ki-, Themas tenes, 1£S8- - Handboo'..- oi practical bacteriology, a guide to bacteriologi- cal latir.ca: ory work, by T. J. 3fackie ... and J. E. McCartney ... Fifth edition. Edinbnrgh, E. & S. Livingstone, 1938. 2 p. j.. v1i-zi, 588 p., 11. 11ias., tables (1 fold.) dlagrs. 19-. i~. L Bacterlology. i. McCartney, James Elvina, 1891- joint author. IL Title. U. S. Surg: gen. off. Ltbr. for Library of Congress ;~ QR41.M215 1938 ta4Od2i SG38-4 ; 89.J.5 i) n(1 Q 1 2 1 T5
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i aCi:fT1G~Gj',~ , 50257 2847 ; 41 ; Society of American Bacteriologists. Conimittee on l3ac- teriological ?'ccti n ic. Manual of microhio.otiical mcthods. Xew York, llcGr ;R - Hili,1957. 315 p. illus. 24 cm. "Takes the place oC the loose-leaf publication issued during the period of 1D23-1J56 under the nume of 'Jianual of methods Ar pu,e culture study of bacteria.' " 1. Bacteriology-Technique. QR65.S6 1957 Library of Congress -~ 559.,7J072 J taSx:,'01 57-5"v29 j Q 1~ 4 n o 1 2 1 3 9
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50257 2850 ; ~c~crio2c~--Atlases. Low, 'Robert Crar.stua, zSi3- 3t;ss oi 5acterioiory, by R. Crnrston Low ... and T. C. Dodds ... Edinburgh, E. & S. Liv-ingstcne, 1947. 1Y. illuu. (pari col.l 25 cm. IIni;aSed. 1. Bacteriology-Atlesea QR41.5.L'PN U. S. Army Medical Llbr. . for J.tSrary of Congress x. Dodds, T. C., joint author. 559.95084 Med 47-3204 [QW17L912a 19471 t:,lflit -z~1;rr lm 0 I to 0 n o 1 2 1 4 ?.
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50257 2846 iQR +41 .~ IZi Bacteriology ~ ,..r........~ ' T. .~ ., y=:5::n R'r;iCr 33IOL(3GY. 1kth ed., by David T. F. Ct3nzs;t e:3 L'i1d: °~r~ :•?iZ?~L~,eds. .;• "" 2.2ii1 p^ i> Nv ~-'-369 ca;iPestL^aZ-cz-'1$t4Ly-ct'Of t13 u@'d YoTK ' ^-_---•--,^-- ~ ~.-~---~ ~ I 7 fl ~ ii 1 2 13 8
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Bactertology--Clas--fftcaticu. 50257 2852 1;7ZEK AN Ah'I`!'.;'ATED tfTf~`. '\Y n~. 1.13 i:v Va'iiy^+:i :J:i:J G:' LZi~a .. i1~.\.t..3 ar 1L;L' :?:L~..i.r'.a~.LQ, . .d cuzted LZ'; Z. E. 1966 1472 p. tdilliama b t•,ilkilis Co. Ba1ti.more, Y3.
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50 257 2848 ~_ _. - ------ -- ____. i i QR 1 46 I T 1 Bacteriolom.. Topley, Wiltiarn Whiteman Cariton, 1886- Topley and Wilson's Principles of bacteriology and iznmu- nity. 3d ed. Rev. by G. S. Wilson and A. A. Miles. Bal- timore, Williams and Wilkins, 1946. 2 v. (2034 p.) 111us., ports., diagrs. 24 cm. Includes biblioe aphies. 1. Bacteriology. 2. Immunity. i. Wilson, Graham Selby, 1%5-- joint author. u.Miles, Arnold Ashley, 1904- [QR46.T 1 ; ' ~ 616.01 North Carolina. Univ. Library for Library of Congress i51cZ71 A 48-736;i` ,...~.....~.-. a 1~~ 0 n~ t 2 1 4 0
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- - -- - - 50257 2849 ERIODICAL Conprchcnsive ,1~isseY ia~.i~~ cx10061-1972 Volume 12 Volume 13 BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES -BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES ~' AnatoIny, P~,iysiology, L3otany, I\~Iicrobioloby ~ °~ r and Bac. ter.iology..~, :. 7 and Genctics ' _W Volume 14 HEALTH and ENVIRONIME\'TAL SCIENCES 'A . Xerox UnTversity Microfilms Ann Arbor. Michigan 1973 o t n Q n o *2 1 4 1 I
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50257 2851 ~ f Bergey's manu4l r+f determinative bacteriolopr- FJC Ed• QD .. . 81 SO Fint-7th ed. are entered under: Arnelicaii Society forhlicrohiology. 1974 Bibliography: p.96? 1. bacterioloj*~-Claasitication: 2. Schizomycetes. • L Bergey. David Hendricks. 1860-1937. 11. Buchanan. Robert Earle. 193:3-1973 ed. 111. Gibbons. Norman Edwin. 1906- ed. IV. American Society for Microbiology. Bervey's manual of determinative bacteriology. V. Title: Manual of determinative bacteriology. (D\ LM: 1. Bacteria-Classitication. 2 Bacteriology-Terminology. QW4 B921b 19741 QR8LB471974 589.9'001'2 73-20173 w;y1SBti 0-ss3-0u1T-0, A-* 4Drm a- / 0. 1 tl 0 n Q 1 2 ! Q3
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50257 2854 i3ac tcrioloM•-- "O1.ass if ication. . Skerihan, V R P A ~ uicie to the identification of the rgenera of bacteria. with methods and dine5ts of -eneric characteristics. Based on data given in the 7th ed. of Berhey's llanual of determi- native bacteriology and on original papers. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins, 1959. 217 p. illus. 23 cm. 1. Bacteriology-Classification. QP.81.S55 . ~ `_ * ) 589.9012 5J-1373G ; ~ L t ibrary o Congress [GO.t10, -~-~...-...,.._...... . , ~~.-, 0~ nQno 1 2 1 46
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50257 2860 I Bacteriaiogy--Culrure~;znd Culture Media C`,TU:a: ~ 3.'1V j L PQ'z~.':~_.~~~rsity Az: At::.r, hicr.igczz ~.1 cl ~n 0 t 2
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l. a ~. ':3 cttaCl0 gy--Lassr i~icstjo: Privot, Amirc; Romain, 1894- Manut,l for the clzssificatiorn and determination of the anaerohic bacteria tbyj And:e R. Prevot. 1st American ed. Translated by V. Fredette. Philadelphia, Lea & Febiger, 1906 ;°1~~i 1 402 p. 24 cm. (Monograph of the Paisteur Institute) "Based upoa the third French edition which appeared in 183T.° Bibiiography ; p. 330-3U5. 1. Bacteria, Anaerobic. 2. Bacteriolosyy-Classiflcat:on. r. Title. a. Title: Classification and determination of the anaerobic bacteria. (Series: Paris. Instttut Pasteur. Monographles) QR81.P713 1966 -~ 589.9 66-16624 4 Library of Congress 0 1 n A n n 1 2 1 4 5
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50257 2861 QR 65 j Ma 0 1 Bacteriology--Cultures and culture meaia.. A.STJ r^••~-,j c::I? 1 al IJ~J .. - ~.• .., ~ f. .. J: Zc `s <,55 - ~.r.,..~-.. ..... - -..- . . - - ~ __...-+.+.~-,.~~~.~.... . ~.- , a i t1 n n o i 2 1 ~:;
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50257 2859 ~' Ea,cteriolo~r--Cuiturea and cul 'ttire xec1i.R.. _ ) 2 1 ? C-~ Ilal?mann, L ott-.ax, / 65 Bakteriolo';ische Niihrboden, ausgen•:ihlte \ ahrbo:lenre- ~ N zepturen fiir das medizinisch-bahteriolo,-,ische Laboratoriurn_ Stuttnart, G. Thienie,1953. 252 p. illus. 22 cm. 1. Bacteriology-Cultures and culture media. Dledical. r. Title. 2. Dacteriolo ,. QR66.H33 ~ ~ 61G.01 53-38536 1 Library of Congress ` tll st . i 2 1 5 0,! tl n n n
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50257 29 5 ~ i s4~ Di 1935 i REAGci,4i S fIFTH EDITION l i s s ~ . Rerised ~ ! DIFCO LASORATOR'ES IA'COBPORATED 1 ~ Atroit, Mithigan, U: S. A• f t t . . ~ I' . • Pratad :n U. S. -.~•..Qr- gAC~RIOLOG'~L--CULTLRE AND CULTURE 'MEDIA/ MANUAL ~ I . ; i DCHYDIRZATED - CutL7UIRIE MEDf A ; nd i ` cf i
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50257 2865 ~ qR Eacteriology--Cultures and culture media. 155 1 Pe I1ic;; 909 pahe.s f c:tc:a;,i.:: Yrcas :•:,,c; r orK 0 0 1 t~ 0 n o 1 21 S?
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{ 50257 2856 ~ 662 is I Bactariclo~-,*---Cor.o eqses Ha.vo:s;.n, ::a::•or C:zn, 1537- Spores; a s3•nii>o.';iunl held at Allerton Parl:, I1linois, October 11-1?, l !). Ultder the auspices of the University of Illinois and with the support of the Office of Naval Research. «'ashington, American Institute of Biolo~ical Sciences, 1957 (1958, x, 16r1 p. illus., diagrs., tables. 25 cm. (American Instltute of Biological Sciences. Publication no. 5) Includes bibliographies. 1. Bacteriology-Congresses. 2. Bacteria, Sporeforming. 3. Spores (Botany) (Series) QR 1.H3 1956 r '~ 589.3 57-14449 : , J Library of Congress 15Ji3 i 0 1 n t1 r1o t'2 1.48 ,
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50257.2863 QR Bacteriolo&y--Cultures a.-ld Culture Media, vo1. 2 41 No Ncrrisp Joh-A ::Oacri CG:4 E.1•:C: D'y' J . :.. : -nd .~i a .. ~ . ~;'': .. .. ~ . 0 .~....~..-..-.--.~+...w-~,r~r r •n n t~ { 2! ~ 5 .
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50257 28 55 j EacLer3 ola ;r~ Cl.a: sii'ic~t' cn. ~ Society ofAmEric..n Bacterielogists. ~ g hc•rrey's ni:ti:uu: of ~leterminsti~e b:~cteriolo~ry, by Robert S. Breed, E. G. I). Murray tanai A. Parker Ilitchens assisted ~ S by Gl) contributors. Gth ed. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins ~ Co., 1948. zxvi, 1:52) p. 24 cm. First ed. "arranged by a comniittee of the Society of Amer:can Bacteriologists. David H. Reri;ey, chliruu:a'• ; 2d to 4th editions "by David FI. Iteraey, assisted by a comwittee of the Society." 7.. Bacteriolovy--Classification. 2 Srhizotnycetes. i. Bergey, David Hendricks, 1SW~-1J37. u. Breed, Robert Stanley, 1S77- QRS1.SFt -1938. f-, 589.95012 Med 43-1135 ~ Library of Congress - t53y=31 0 1 0 0 n. 0 1 2 1 4 7
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.50257 2862 , i jCG1° by '~ i:v - :cL:1 !'PIhd L F~ub,, C::. ~,~ 1£8 p. SZ2u~. 1 ;. c::.. a 0 R 0 1 21 y4 4
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50257 2857 QR International Congress of llicrofuioloby, 6[4, Rome, ISO. Symposiuta. l:oma, t'ondazione Enianucle P,tterli4, l'.:':,3- b v. illus., plates, diagra. 23 cm. lrticles in English, French, German, Italian or Spanish. "Supplewento si Brudiconti doll'Istituto superiore di san'.Q," Include•s bibliographies. L'oYTS.~1TS.-(1j Citolo.-ia batterica. Bacterial cytolog3r.-i2; lileta- bolismo microbico. Microbial ntetabolism.-13, Nutrizione e fattort di .crescita. Nutrition and growth factors.- t51 Actinomyce tales: morfolob a, biologia e sisteinatica. bctinumyceta- les: morphology, biology and systematics.-i6j Rapporti tra virus e cellula ospite. Interaction cf s iruses and ceils. 1. Bacteriology-Con- gresses. r. Italy. Istituto superi. ore di sanit:l. ltendi- ;' "1 contt. Supplement. Q~i1.I6 19:~~i '~ Library of Coneresi t;r; 0 0 0 0 12 1 4 9
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9.. BacterioloE;y 50257 2845 :::~.1e, A. J. Prj-N~`.L21.z°r OF 8AL"T"RIa=Y. vth ed. I957 E22 Psgeo :icurav-Hill Book Co. Now Yozk 0 0 1 0 0 f,) u ~~ 1 3 7
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~ QR Bacter.ology--Cultures and Culture Media 50257 2868 •j 84 -- ~ Ro Rose, Anthony H. Chemical microbiology [by] Anthony H. Rose. Washington, Butterworths, 1965?aNd-ed.-l9bx 4,aC) viii, 247 p. illus. 22 cm.
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r; 50257 2867 Bac:terio?ogy--Cu2tures and cutture mcaia kbodes, A2an PtZi:ICIPLES 0F INDiiS'TRZAL MICROSIOLOCY, by Alan RSoses and uerek L. Plctc:eer- 1956 320 Pages Pergaasn Prese New York 0 0 0 0 12 1 5 9
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I x, , 50257 2866 , BACTERIOLOGY--CIjLTURES & CULTURE MEDIA/TISSUES-=CULTURE/ MICROBIOLOGY--CULTURES & CULTURE MEDIA/ CRC Handbook Series Q 123 • Re 1 n Autrition and Food Miloslav Rechcigl, Jr-r Editor-in-Chief Wtr;e;an Aa„a« a4a atwo< , mterregional Raaearcn start W, ~ y for Intemauonal Ikvelopment U.S. Department of State ~ ' Section G: 4)iets; Culture Media, ` Food Supplements ; Volume III VCulture'Media or Aicr-qoorg8anisins and Plants f w-
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sacteri.ol cgy--O-ultures ::n3 cuiiure s:edin . 50257 2870 ~ 41 ! 5 Society of Arierican Bceter:oIosi:;ts. Ce ommittee on Bac- ~ terioc'oJic:ai Technic. .1L•inu.zl ol microbiolo;~ca1 methods. Iiill 1957 \ew York, \IcGran- ,.'"' j , . illus 315 p 24 cm . . . i "Takes the place of the loose-leaf publication issued during the period of 1323-19:,G under the name of '3lanual of methods for pure culture study of bacteria.' ' 1. Bacteriology-Technique. QI.G5.SG 1957 f~ 589795072 5,-8G3J t Library of Congress 13Ss201 01 0 -0 n 0 t`2 I 6 2
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50257 2869 ~ ~. ., . , r• ,. . ,.+ri" -ar.". •cnlture- med_ a. idR `rFli :1iCTIGvL03ii.~L iX;Oi:iATiGa OF 1 Oi:DS. ed. 205 p%:,:a ...•.Z-icc ~ Y:.51LC a?e3ILle i v~vwvw~ A 3a ~i ..w • .. . . . . . . . , ~-+-,...w.T:~ • . . . . .
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I : ~ ~a~'~aricio;,t--::ultaras 3na c~i~u~~:~ m~~za. 50257 2871 l ~ 05 ropor t, s Si:.cit3l {,t-n 5+,( i.~.a 5 ^1, ....r .,• C,~' •.. 1.•~.•-. _.\.~ i ...~ b..T'G A re•r1au ol :: .3i!<<bya ca matrjc.~~s of msr.nf3ctura :-c;:are;w ;y taa Etcr.d- a. ~l.:.&tlon sub ;4L-mitt33 of the aociety of ~~nyrel „icrobfrlo~ . 2 t b 3 .- :, r'I ~, ...
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I Ractqs*:~l~r}•--3 iC`•ionar ies.. Jacobs. Morris Boris, 1905- Dictionary of microbiology (by, _`,forris B. Jacobs, Maurice J. Gerstein (and2 William G. Walter. Princeton, N. J., Van Nostrand (1957, 276 p. illus. 24 cm. L 'ASicrobiolosy-Dictionaries. QIi9.J18 *576.03 589.9503 56-12452 Library of Conb ess 0 1 0 0 ~1 f~ !~ i 6 9
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qr•. 1 Bacteriolo~'--Labora[ory uznual~ a 41. 50257 2881 CLa:k, Ii. 0. tialvat'FOa 0?. v . :•"tv C ~..:i:'.1 -. fi:.viL +i T "•'t~ivi:.`''::1 G'iii,Y:iE :Z {~: ;;Ca 19,57 8^4 Bi:r$esa FiiSlictl{•uC,' Co. ?:1ir.L2e".rfllia, MiAa. 0 LJ , l1 1~ t/ l) 1 ~ ~ ~ ~
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, '50257 2875 ~ QR 6 Bacterioiogy--•CuItures ana ciilture mcdxa-- a cstaiogue. a•1.: -Wpan...Tiv ftia.^.ra..l= 05 L1rst= C1a.IC.CtlOTi:I M+ ~ 02 1962, 1:.i,i, s+uLi~.v4.r.Ir 4tiLasv.~, L70O• ! 962,- 1966 : {3n)+o 0 . ,- ....-.2••:--•~•...-~,-.-..+..r.-....,...r.c,.,.;.n.o...+....~,n..n;~q+.. 0o t~ 0 n 0 1 2 1 6 7 .'~
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I 50257 2880 Bacterio~o~y--i,~bor4 ~ :r~ L 2aiu~is . 1iaiCterlUiJgisCrieS Tn~:Cileubucll. Beurb. von 36. verb. Auti. Leipzig, J. A. Barth,M4. ?oJ p. 16 ciu. '' norst iiajl:;. 1. Bacteriology-Technique. t. Habs, Horst, 1902- ed. QR65.B3 1954 ,• 54-2G35-1 Y Library of Congress ~ ~ 'al . 0 rnono 1 2i7 z
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50257 2878 ~ 123 ~ S .~ ~ Snell, Walter ,rienry,1889- :1 AgIoss;us of ry yco.ogy tbyi Wulter H. Snell &- Esther A. i Dick. With illus. by Henry 2" C. Jackson. Cambridge, Ha,rvzrd University Press, 1957. ari, 371 D. t.lus. 23 cm. LMycolo£y-Dictionaries. x. Dick, Esther A., Joint author. u. Tttte. QIi603.S53 Library of Congress 589.203 5C~,5063 _1 t7l o~ R Q n n~ 2 1 7 0
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50257 2882 , BacterioloeY-•-Laboratory Manuals G, ibus, ht::irra ~:nnrazt:e, t, d . IcLr.~i; i: ~.: eL<<..., :;;r r_i~ro~i.~lor is ts , e Gi1 i)?J ai. v. 0 _ .....-c.•-.--+~+....- OV ~ ~ tl 0 !-2 1 7 4
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. 0 . 0 i 50257 2876 RNA/PROTEINS,. BACTERIAL PRODUCTION OF/NEUROSPOR.A/LACTOBACILLI/ MYCOPLAS:titAS IN HUMAN DISEASE, ROLE OF/" /DISEASES;INFECTIOUS/ BACTERIOLOGY--DATA HANDLING,AUTOMATED/_ GENETICS AND MICROORGANISmS,' DENITRIFICATION/ GLYCEROL DISSIMILATION AND ITS REGULATION IN BACTERIA/COMPUTERS--BACTERIOLOC;Y/i QR 1 An 1976 ANNUAL REV IEW Or, lYl IC~~1.~1~1-iO k.T 1 MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor University of California SIDNEY RAFFEL, Associate Editor Stanford University t~ 0 o n,l a 12 ~ ba VOLUME 30 1976
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i ~ 50257 2883 ~ , , • Lord, Tnouas P:. . ~ !,1 Deterr.dnative bacteriolo6y laboratory r.,bnu&!. ' L Burr;ess Publ. Co., 1951. Minn. Minneapoiis ~ , , 63 p. 27 cm. Looseler:f. ----.....,_..,.~ ..,K; t1 0n 0 1 2 1 7 S
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B>::ctericicE,y--Lnboratory Ir.nuu>r.s.. 50257 2884` { 4R # 65 { ri ~ D'IcEwen, ZVs1-ice w BacterioloCical technique; a a ide for medical 1<<borztor w technici .ns. With a foreword by Sir Alexander F:e:uu:.g. Brooklyn, Chemical Pub. Co.,1950. viii, 293 p. illus. 22 cm. L Bacterioloby-Technique. x. Title. QR651i24 616.0i5 50-51G:: ~ Libraryof Congress X'I ~~ ca n n o 1" 22t 7 6
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50257 2879 BACTERIOLOGY--TECHNIQUE/MICROBIOLOGY--TECHNIQUE/ AMES test/ MICROSCOPE & MICROSCOPY/BACTERIOLOGY--LABORATORY MANUALS/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS/PkljwoA,,Ga~ ,,o/P,~~~s Ls,, QR 65 Am 1981 Manual of Methods for General I PHILIPP GERHARDT, Editor-in-Chief Department of Microbiology and Public Health Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824 R. G. E. MURRAY, Editor, l. Morphology Department of Microbiology and Immunotogy Baeteriology University of Western Ontario London, Ont., Canada N6A 5C1 NOEL R. KRIEG, Editor, V. S_vstematics RALPH N. COSTILOW, Editor,ll. Growth Biology Department Department of Microbiology and Public Health Virginia Polytechnic Institute Michigan State University Blacksburg, VA 24061 East Lansing, MI 48824 G. BRIGGS PHILLIPS, Editor, VI. Laboratory Safety EUGENE W. NESTER, Editor, III. Genetics Health Industry Manufacturers Association Department of Microbiology 1030'15th Street, N.W., University of Washington hington, DC 20005 Seattle, WA 98195 T'1'~~MI(QRO~IO~OCY WILLIS A. WOOD, Editor, IV. Metabolism ERJCAT S~CI  ~ 2 006 I9 ~ 0 ashington, D 81
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;c, I 50257 2890 j ~~ Bacter io1ogy--:•ndia. - -- --- - -- 41 - ~ ~ K KahlPold, ~~. Bakteriologische P?airboden-TQchnik. 6., Verbasserte Aufl. F're:nen, Greeis t, 1948. 227 p. 22 cm. I. 0!a n t1 0f 2 1 R?.
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50257 2885 r 65 S Society of American bucteriotogists. Cammittee on bac.te- riolooical tP.cj11F2c. Manual of inethcds for pure culture study of bacteria, edited by the Comniittee on bacteriological technic of the Society of American bacteriologists. Geneva, N. Y., The Society, °1936- / v. tilus., fold. chart, dtagr. °-ic". Loose-leaf. Inclndes "References". 1. Bacteriology-Technique. z Title. 8-18ai4 Library of Congress QB85.S8 1938 - C 2 opy . Copyright A 924S9 •.._i E31 5S3.95 ~.----• , , n no t 2 1 7 7
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0 - . . 50257 2889 FOOD,FR ZEN--MICROBIOLOGY/FOOD--*!ICRnBIOLOGY/FOOD--BACTERIOLOGY/ CLOSTRI ILTMI BOTULIh'UPt/BnTU1.ISM/BACTERI(1L0rY--PtEDIA/ THEICAMPDEN FOOD PRESERVATION RESEARCH ASSOCIATION CHIPPING CAMPDEN, GLOUCESTERSHIRE QR A Manual o r Methods for the .115 19~5 Bacteriological Examination PDDL of Frozen Foods. ' L. P. HALL CHIPPING CAMPDEN • GLOUCESTERSHIR£ Second edition 1975 1 o ~ o o n a t 2 1 R t .
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50257 2886 Bacteriology--Laboratory m3nuals - .t'YGc=Cit'.:2 a.:.f: ::f~ <lCA S.2ZYi^.e, Fori:: 2And 1:.11- u1v: --iOA of ..~..~....r..s~~ ; j BAC'IMi'iCLGCi.^.I;L r: :.}.:.Y".'3ue:I. YXIIU:.L Gnd k*ilfaia 1ja 9 tJashington, D. C. U. S. Deat. Haaltn, Ed::catlon, - -~ - . ..,--~-~, --, ----.~ ~! o ~ n n t 2 i 7 8
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I 50257 2897 { QR ~ 81 5acteri:,logy--Taxonomy. T n 2c. Th'IIEX BERvEvANI>S, AN a17NNJTATED AL?'F?:BETIC LISTI::;, OF NT:.~MS OF T1IE TAXA OF THE BACTERIA, edited by R. E. Buchan.:n. 1966 1472 p. Nillian.s & Wilkina Co. Baltimore, Md. n n n0 ! 2 1 8 9
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S 1 ~ 1 1 ( ( 50257 2896 ~ Pakter:otonisrhe~ TaseLenbuclt. Bearb. von Horst IIabw 02 Verb 1954 Lci zi Barth At<1l J A ~ . p -, . , . . . . ~ i 19 &Z, 2t7~J p. 16 cm. 1. Bacteriology-Technique. z. Hab9,,Uorst 1903- ed. (,1,RE5.B3 195-1 Library of Coneress ) c3i 54-26354 1 ~.,r...~,~.....~.r.,.,~.,,A.,...~ 0 I f~ tl ~1 0 I:~ t R R
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Bactarioioi~Y--Stb.tiSti.°ai ProblE.c:s. ! 50257 2895 ~ QA Rempthorne; Oscar., ed. ~ 27b Statistics and rnldhematics ir, biology, edited by Oscar K Iiempthorne [and otbersj Ames, Iowa State College Press 11954, / iz, 632 p. i11us. 24 cm. Papers presented at the hiostatistics conference held at Iowa State College In June and July, 1032. Biblioaraphy : p. 373-614. 1l blathematical statistics. 2. Biology. i. Title. QA27 6.10 LiLibrary. of Cor gress ~ j (] 54-9376 a...c.,+,+..o. ~ , wr....-,+... 0 1 o 0 n 0 1 2 t R 7
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' r 1. Bacteriology-Techniqne. QRGS.SG 1957 580.95072 Library of Congress / f:,Ss_OL 57-5623 X ~ ' 4'1 50257 2892 S i .; Society of American Bacteriologists. Committce on Sac- teri ol6q ical 2'ccTc n:c. _lllinlal of microbiolonic: l methods. New Yorl:, McGr.nw- Iii11,1957. ~ 315 p. illus. 2-4 cm. .~ "Takes the place of tae loose-leaf publIc:ttion issued during tha period of 1S;_3-1:x;6 unde: tbe nau,e of 'Jlanual of inethods for pure ~ culture study of bacteria: " .~ 3 ~
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, w M r BACTERIOLOCY--MEDIA% !. Inst. Brew., Novcmhcr Decemhcr, Vol. 82, pp.343-34(, 77 -II BO .. .,. . • SUCROSE AGAR-A GROWTl1 MEDIUM FOR SPOILAGE ORGANiSMS By JuDrTH BoATWRIGIiT AND B. 14. KtRsor (Brewing Research Foundation, NuUfielcl, Redhill, Surrey) Reeeived -17 May 1976 Sucrose agar is a relatively simple and inexpensive medium which gives good growth of a wide range of culturos of the Lactobacilli and Pediococci encountered in breweries and also of representa- tive strains of other spoilage organisms. It may be used either for general purposes or, when modified to contain specific infttibitors, as a selective medium. • ~ Key words: confamination, Prdic,coccus. Laclobacil/rrs nicrlirm) . 50257 2888 TABLE 1. Growth of Selected Lactic Acid Bacteria on Modified , Sucrose Agar. INTROI)UCTION ~~ Anumt+~ofg~ncr1[purRoscd tiYcme iaaraccur~,r~~cntly uscd in t~wcr •s fc thcliLtcc t n mic~nhi• ontlmit tot(a• thcsc may incorpor:uc r{ I indicators and/t.r chalk, so provid- " ' : ••• - , hir-h nrr nrrct•nt. -Rni. Colony diametcr (mm) No Indicator nromocreaol Purple Chalk Chalk_- ~x I o]':I osx o•/, I°) =i0.3% Hromocresol Grcen Chalk oi 1 o-i~: ios"s
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50257 2899 1 I',akterioiorisci:es TaSchenbuch. liexrL. von Ilorst Habs. 3C. : er1,. :1ztf1. I.cipzi-, J. A. I;arth, 195-t. 1 , ~ ; i .:~..~ - _.. , 209 p. 16 em. 1. Bacteriology-Technique. z. Haba, Horst, 190:.'- ed. ' QR65.B3 193-1 54-`?63:i4 ± Library nf Congress cil .~..~,.~.~. 0 I n ^n n-r) 12 1 9
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I Bac'-e: ic,Ic-jy_-;•sE:dia. 50257 2891, Merch.:r.ts 1x:;r.ald Jo~~:;:hl 19'j1- vAttd:.o::;c os ce12 CLtltur,:, by [," ~ 9ao~~; ~~ n r~.r~r C7 r.a,:~ ca1. ~r . . i., ....c~<<Cs ~~..y,........i .o _......~ :~~.d .Y. ~ ~ :~ ~ .dkiSI!. = GifPS i:<1Y;,`'Pf3 , Fu!). CO. ~ 1 Ju C3 0
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] 50257 2894 I tsu c;.ari a ~.c? 4 --r~M3c::ic.r,is--?ibl~~~~rapzy. U. S. L:Grarp of C'crigrass. Sc~ence D:;visian. I;ioln,ical sciencw serial publications; a norld list, 1050- 1054. iC':;n:i ileci by John Henry l:ichter and Charles P. Daly of the ~ienCe Bibliog7itphic Sectionl Prepared un3er the sPonsorship of the \ ational Science Foundatiou. Phi:a- delphia, Biological _lbstracts,1055. 2EJ p. 2-4 Cm. 1. Biology-Period.-BibL i. Title. ,A--* 016.5740:i 55-60031 - Copy 3. Z6c33..1.B5 Library of Conbress 1151 .~.~..~~.,.~...-~..,.~.-'9 t) ll ,1 ll i ~ 1 8 C7 0
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p QR I 65 i Co + 1976 i . j PDDL ' 50257 2900 FOOD--MICROT:IOLOGY/MICROSCOPE & MICROSCOPY/AGGLUTIiv'ATION TF.STS/ FOOL--POISONING/:•:ATER--MICP,OBIOLOGY/SANITATION CONTROL/ LABORATORY TECHNIQUE SERIES/BACTERIOLOGY--TECHNI(IUF./MICROBIOLOGY--TECHNIOUE/ 1 L'UTTIatWORTHS LONDON - BOSTON - Djrban - Toronto Sydney - Wellington 0!~ 0 n o 1 2 i l MICPOEIOLOGICAL METHODS C. Ii. COLLINS M.B.E., M.I.Biol., F.I.M.L.S. Senior Tecbnical Officer. Public Ilcaltb Laboratory Service. Duluii.cb, London PAfRICIA M. LYNE M.1.Bio1., F.I.M.L.S. f . i f-
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50257 2898 J OACTERIOLOGYR-TECHNIQUE/MICROBIOLOGY--TECHNIQUE/ AMES test/ MICROSCOPE & MICROSCOPY/BACTERIOLOGY--LABORATORY MANUALS/ CHROMATOGRAP lIC ANALYSIS/S<.¢jvw%e~ ,/W, ~A ks,, QR 65 Am 1981 Manual of Methods for General Bacteriology NOEL R. KRIEG, Editor, V. Systematics Biology Department Virginia Polytechnic Institute Blacksburg, VA 24061 I PHILIPP GERHARDT, Editor-in-Chief Department of Microbiology and Public Health Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824 R. G. E. MURRAY, Editor, I. Morphology Department of Microbiology and Immunology University of Western Ontario ,London, Ont., Canada N6A 5C1 RALPH N. COSTILOW, Editor, IL Growth Department of Microbiology and Public Health Michigan State University East Lansing, MI 48824 G. BRIGGS PHILLIPS, Editor, VI. Laboratory Safety EUGENE W. NESTER, Editor, III. Genetics Health Industry Manufacturers Association Department of Microbiology 103 15th Street, N.W., University of Washington hington, DC 20005 Seattle, WA 98195 E C~~r~i S~CI~y ~'OIJ MI~lRO~IQ+O~, WILLIS A. WOOD, Editor, IV. Metabolism ashin~gto n D 20006~T - j~ •
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I 50257 290S Bacter; oioay--tsc:3n3q;:L.• s.d, Fr. itahlfc Brals+•eriolo~ische .'vaarboden= ecnnik. 6., Verbasserte Aa£1. 2remen, Gzist, 1948. ~ 227 p. 22 ^.. i K `~..r -. ~-„_, ,-.- ~ - ----~-- . -,~--- : -. . r ~- o t c~" ~ n o 1 2 1 9' 7
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50257 2901 QR 41 G BBGt.c1':iG2 o gr--Te c'r.nia ue . a::llowcy, I:Slic Dauglr.:;. ,ppliea mycology and bacteriolo,y, by L. I). Gallon ay ... and R. Btcrgcss ... Lundon, L. IIill limited 11940j viii, 185, tli p. illus., plates, diagr. 22 cm. (Half-title: ... The modern chernical industries series) Imprint covered by label: New York, N. Y., Distributed by Chemi- cal publishing company, inc. "A secv)ud printing has afforded the opportunity of revising the text and references, and also of adding to the illustrutions."-p. vi. "References" at eud of each chapter. 1. IIacteriology. 2. FunsI. 3. Isacteriology-Technique. i. Bur- gess, Robert, joint author. tt. Title: ,llycology and bacteriology. QR41.G?5 1940 5S9.95 4(}-33501 brary of Congress ` LI br r y~) .7,3eh a o i o o~~ ~~ 1 2 1 93.
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50257 2903 IIcsitt, a.eslie Frank. Ox?r<atioii-reductiotn potentials in Lucteriolory and bio- chemistry. Gth ed. I3alti,nore,lti illian:` :u!d cins,l;1,;0. ciii, 215 p. Illus. 25 Cm. Bibliography : p. 1. Biolooical chemiatry. 2. Bacteriology. z. Title. QN335.II43 1:150 G12.01:,11 5G-91i;G jT'i. S. Army Med. Ltbc.: 1. Bac:eriology-Ti-chnicua. 2. ItiochPm- istry-Technique. 3. Oxidation-reduction reaction. QLT25L8d70 I0:,OI Library of Congress - [n i°01 -+•r~-~-- - . ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 2 1 9'S
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Bucteriolo~y--iecbnic.ue. 50257 2904 Jprger.sen, Alfred Peter Carlslund, 1S48-1925. Micro-organisms and fermentation. 1;e«•ritt,en by Albert Hansen. (Transtated from the Danish by .L.iel tliideiscn! London, C. Griffin, 1948. 5W p. illns. 23 cm. Errata slips inserted. Bibliograpby: p. (Si01-540. 8 ed. 1 Fermentatton. 2. Teast, z. Hansen, Albert, 185- QR151..i fi4 Library of Con, ess ;5:d2i t 4 1 C3 ~ n 0 I 7_ 1 9 6
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50257 2902 ~ 41 Gi ~ 2 c. I 4 I ~.~.•.. • ~ 8acte~in:egy-•~2~c.zni ,ua~ Gibbs. itrian `bLr.iaguc, Identificati:,n nutiiods for niicrobiolo~i;ts, edited by B. I11. GiL{,; aml F. _t. Skinner. London, \esc York, Academic :'re-s, v. titus. 24 cm. {Sncirty for Applled Bacteriologc. Tech- nical series, no. 1 Manual re-ultiny; from a denionstration meeting held on 217th Oct. 19a,", by the Society for Applied Bacteriolo;y and the Alicrobial 5y4- teniatics Group of the Society for General Microbiology. Includes bibliobraphies. 1. Bactertolog,7-Lsborator,r minnals. t. Skinner, Frederick Arthur, joint ed. tt. Societ•r for Applied Hucteriolncy. rtt. Snr•iot.- fcn• General Microbiology. Microbial Systematics Group. iv. Title. (Series) QR81.Ga 376.0-2s 6C-208T1 i.ihrary of Congre4s _l 151 ~ lJ tl t~ 1 2 1 9 4
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i i ~ / 1 ~ ~ 11 ~ . 50257 2906 ~ ~ _ _ _- ---a ! I Bscte,. io1oa----Tec_hnique. D1cD; wen, ?11I«hacz W CJ Bactoriolog ical technique; agmide for medical laborator v technicians. With a fcrcword by Sir Mexander Flemitsn. Brooklyn, Chemical Pub. Co., 1950. viii, 293 p. illus. 22 cm. 1. Bacterioloey-Tect.niQue. i. Tit1e. Q.R65.Jf24 '~ 616.075 50-S1C3 ~ ~ -....-..~....,. Libraryo! Congress " 0~ t1 0 0 0 1 2 t 9 8
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50257 2907 $act,erloloby--Techaicse. R;;y Miers, James Arthur, 1909- ed: :1lic_-urbical and neriii-free techniques, their application to experimental biology and medicine; a symposium, edited by James A. Reyniers ... Springfield. TIl., Baltimore, ;id., C. C. Thomas,1J13. xiv, 274 p., 1 1L illas., diagrs. 23 cm. "First edition." Iccludes b:bliographtea 1. Bacteriolosy-Technique. 2. Micrurgy. QRG5.R45 ; ~ 616.01 43-7278 ,..J~ Ltb:arp of Congresa L3_qlj / Q t.ti, n n n i2 1 9 9
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, ~ , ! ~ 1 Bnc'%,eriuloty---TFc.=icue . 50257 2908 Society of American bacteriologists. Camm,itfee on bacte- riOlo.pical tech n ic. Manual of methods for pure culture study of bacteria, edited by the Committee on bacterioloaical technic of the Society of American bacteriologists. Geneva, N. Y., The Society, °1936- I v. illus., fold. chart, diagr. :4°`. Loose-leaf. Includes "References". 1. Bacteriology-Technique. r. Title. 6-16344 Library of Congress QR85.S6 1036 -- C 2 opy . Copyright A 924S9 E31 5Sa.95 C 1 0 0~ 0 i 2?. tl (l
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50257 2909 Society of American Bacteriologists. Gomriittee on Eac- terioiogical Technic. .llr,nua1 of microbiological methods. \rr Torl:, McGran- I-Iill, 1957. 315 p. illus. 2-i cm. 'Takes the place of ihe loose-leaf publication issued during the period of 1:)23-1J56 under the name of 'JIanual of methods for pure culture study of bacteria.' ' 1. Bacteriology-Technique. QT.65.S6 1957 589.950'.2 57-s60-9 $ Library of Congress ` ~ iaSs"0, rr 0 1 0 ~ n n 1 2 ? 0 1
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I 'a cterieLc gy-= 'edia . 50257 2893 G:a .',:ciety ~cz• rr;n~rsl ?~Icrob_a1G;rf _ 65 ropor l". S . CC':c."~'.it;'::2:5 Gi b ;4 C 7 . i ~ G:a , ~ rCtirjrw cf Ct Ol . ,p ': Or) -S / 0!~3 ~ t1 t~ f-2 1 A 5
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50257,2914 Bacterioja&y._I*-dlCal, v. 17 v. I- (:I ti Ca:4 t, , =Or ConCEa!s Lre Taln sard -7-.,....,,,-r--.7-- ~ . r .
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Bactvriolca, '•ielUca1. 50257 2915 Hallmann, Lothar. I3ukteriolonixLe \ ahrboden, ausgewiihlte \'ahrbodeure- zepturen fiir das rnedicinisch-bulcteriologische Laboratorium. Stutt~art, G. Thieme,1J53. 252 p. Inus. 2.2 cm. 1. BacterIology-CuItures and culture media. 2 Bacteriology, Medical. z. Title. QR66.H33 t ) 616.01 53-3S536 ; Library of Congress \ ~h O 1 CJ ~ Ll o i 2 2 0 / ~
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I 50257 2913 FOOD---ANTIMICROBIRL PRES7 RVATIVES/FOOD--I3ACTERI0L0GY/BACTERI0L0GY,. IM'JSTBAIL/ )-~(Chemical, radiation, gases, freeze-drying, MICROIIIGLOGY,INDUSTRAIL/STERILIZATIO- hydrostatic pressure,etc.)/ T1IE OCIETY FOR APPLIED BACTERIOLOGY :::7-- SYMPOSIUM SERIES NO. 5 QR 115 Sk 1976 INHIBI"I"ION AND INACTIVATION OF VEGETATIVE MICROBES Edired by o F. A. SKINNER 1976 AND w. B. xUCO ACADEMIC PRESS Q I Cl 0 n C1 12LO~no~ 5EW YORK . SAN FRANCISCO A Sul,si.fi;,ry of llarcouit 13:.tcc Jovailoviih, l'ubGclicrs
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50257 2911 ~ . ~ t . Bergey'a manurl of determinative bacteriology. Veit• Cd. QD . .. 81 $O First-7th ed. are entered under: AtneFicaii Society for Microbiology. 1974 Bibliography: p.967 1. Bacteriolog.-Classitication. 2. Schizomycetes. L Bergey. David Nendricks. 1860-1937. II. Buchanan. Robert Earle. 18.`i:3-1973 ed. 1I1. Gibbons. Norman ~ ! Edwin. 1906- ed. IV. American Society for Microbiology. Ber-.ey's manual of determinative bacteriology. V. Title: Manual of determinative bacteriolog%•. JD\LM: 1. Bacteria-Classitication. 2. Bacteriology-Terminolop-. QW4 B921b 19741 QRSI.Bi71974 589.9'001'2 73-20173 .Y,;,,- ISBIX 0-ss3-01117-0. , ~ ~ A-#40rar 0 t ~ 0 n 0 1 2 2 0 3
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BacCecic3ogy, Medical S025'1 2916 .1 Ecs. , :y : ;J C'r' ;S: ::r7CAL MI1C :Lia~.T:.`?:~: , D:h Jd'.52:z, JN.,°.epCl L. ~^ Q 5C2 PBaes :r~ _be lie-Acsi PLbl.c.:tio=a Lcs AIc<ss, Cdlifcr:,ia ~
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_ icro~iirs 50257 2921 '1i83 ..„~. ..:~....r, . . rtott:. D:lii j7 vei. UM) (I~o. 2) a3-I60, 0 1 nn n n 1 2 2 •t 3
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Bacteriology,.Modicsl.- 50257 2918 ~ Low, Robert Cransto«, 1870- - - At1as of bacteriology, by R. Cranston Low ... and T. C. Dod,is ... Edinburgh, E. & S. Livingstone, 1947. 1 v. lllus. (part col. ) 25 cm. Unpaged. 1. Bacteriology-Atlases. x. Dodds, T. C., Jolnt author. QR41.5.L7 ~-~ 5890508.1 1 Med 47-32t34 U. S. Armed Forces ' ) ~ Dledicsl Llbr. (QW17L81°_a 1947; for Ltbrary of Coneress ia.'rJgjjt ~ •'~a o i a o ~ c~ t2 2 1
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`Bacterio2ogq, Medical 50257 2920 sZtllh, !i. J. ?L':3nt.H:r dTs,3. PMC:PLF.S OF BAC1'BP30IACY. Gdl: 2d. 1S57 822 Pages :f_ f-my-Hi3.1 Bock Co. hew York 0 -.- a,..>.-..~._ 0 1 ~ t~ n ~ t2 2 1?.
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. ._a , _ ~ . ' . . % - 50257 2917 . PNEUMONIA/BACTERIOLOGY, MEDICAL/ QR ll ~ 11 41 LEG1O~1~UAIRES - 19;9 the disease, the bacterium 2 C. and methodology F.JurJ br (:Wa L.1.Mm. Bactetiulusy Tr.umnp Ur,.n:h Laburatory Tra.wq and C.mIuluu.m Iltvntwt . ~ G. Ann Nebert ImnrnWllw reWrn:e Sc.tt.m AnalpuAl &wten.d.h.~ Bran.h 6wten.d..t~ [A.uwun %14. 1 `t-9 Li.$. pepvtmea trf Hraltb. Edu:atwn. and Nel(anr Pubh: 11eilih Sn.uc Arl.Mu.l..+w:u 3U)1)
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I l. ~'e4r 50257 2922 XX Garey, John C.; Edwin M. Foster and William C. Frazier MeF THE. BACTERIOiAGY..OF,.:ZPIC~C :.JiEESE.~.x.~;L,:FsL`k'TJ .AND ACTIVZTX. ~ C-245 OF STARTER BACTERIA •DiiRiNG M.ANiIFACTIJRE.. __ add Jour. Dairy Sci. 24, IC15-25 (1941) 71 0 1 n 0 n o 12 2 1 4
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50257 2919 3IcE :ren, NVa 2lace W W Baeteriolo.~,- i.ca1 technique; wguide for medical laboratory techniciar.s With a foreword by Sir Alexander Fleming. Brooklyn, Chemical Pub. Co.,1950. v7it, 293 Ia tiIus. 22 cm. 1. BacterioIogy-Technique. i. Title. QP.65.2L4 616.075 5?-81G3 Libraryof ConLress (121 0~ 0 0 0 0 i 2 2!
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50257 2923 ~ 82 .~ r.a ~ ' ERQB_AC*ERXAGEP.~:;~ Fstsuffmanny Fritz. The bacterioiory of Entcrodacteriaceae; collected studies of the author and his co-workers, by F. Kauffmann. Balti- more, Williams & i:'ilo-ins, 23E6. 400 p. 25 cm. Includea bibliographies. 1. Enterobacterlaceae. L Tttle. I QR82.E6K3? 589.95 6G-5735 f Library of Congress i31 0! tT ~ R 0 1 2 2 1 9
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QR 50257 2928 1 _ Bacteriophage, v. 17 ------ -- A ANaUAI. OF t-iSC,03I0'.A.;Y. vo I- Szanfosd, Ca:if.:, Aanua1 F:ea+ewz, 1947- For conter.;3 --e-!: card. a I ~ 0 ~ c~ I 2 2 ?, 0
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. <..~ ia~......_.~__ I i:.....~...~...:+..:..... _...;:.~.~.....•_:.....~... S Q 2 5 7 Z 9 2 5 CARBOIIYtJ?ZATES--METABOLIS21/RArTFk.-TOPHRGFS/ QR 1 An 1973 ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY VoL ,,.,,E„ MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California . JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Edrtor. University of California SIDNEY RAFFEL, Associate Editor Stanford University 1973 ANNUAL REVIEWS INC. 4139 EL CAMINO WAY PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA 94306 1 0 t n n n c~ • i 2 2~ 7
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TP 482 ah ~ l;I-- Bacteriopaage3 50257 2930 I?ariBe J. G. cY'.:'=v ii:lj. i a&F+SXC TEMY.OI~'f, 1965 463 F, J. & A. Churchill Ltd. L*adan 0 0 1 ~on~a 1 2222
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Bactpexriopsage~ _v.6 Sa257 2932 internatiar,aO review of cytolc.gy. v. 1- New York, A:-sdemic Press,19a`3- v. illus. 24 cm. Editors: v.1- G. FT. Bourne, J. F. Danielli. 1: Cytology-Period. i. Bourne, Geoffrey Eicward, .f3lyJ- ed. QH573.1 5 574.805 52-5203 Library of Congress j57t1j 0~~ n n o 1 2 29. 4
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-- - - t~- ~_ 50257 2887 ----- ------ , FISH/MEAT--BACTERIOLOGY/POULTRY/BACTERIOLOGY--MEDIA/ FOOD--SPOILAGE/ FOOD--MICROBIOLOGY/ CLOSTRIDIUM BO'Y[TLINUM/BOTULISM/MYCOTOXINS/ American Public Health Assoc., Intersociety/Agency Committee on Methods for the Microbiological Exasination of Foods Compendium c~~~~~~~~~~~~~ for the Uav Examnaton .~. ~=' - 0 1 ~.~~uz) n 0 t 7_ 1 Prepared by the APHA 7 Krobiological tersociery/Ac~ency Co,nmirree c, on Merhods for Foods
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~ 41 50257 2931 1 :ia Bac4eciophavOeS Iiayts, williz.: :. 11L. GE?Y-TS'ri:S lZi I+-ACs: RD. ."+::D i1i:.:R YINUSES, Studies iu Bazir G.nstic3 au3 Mwlecu2ar Bio2:;•V 1968 925 Pagee John wil6y & Sons, I=. Nov York ~ 0 i~ tl Q R fi 1 2. P. :;
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50257 2936 E.osa, A. H. %'--J.) bD1ATYCES IN w3C=3LA,L MYSZC7.OG1', e3ited by A. U. Rosa an.G J. F. Wiikinson. v. Y967- C~y Acadcmic Preas 'rle,i ?o-ic 0 0 1~~ o n o 1 2 2 2R
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~ ~rs ~41 Pr .....~. , Sact,c:rfoghages 50257 2935 ~ pX'h$YP.g9 in iL`id'.1;iC1'i:1l :»e:.-ldb1 olGC j. 'V. a" Lnndon, uL.rwOdds i9S9-- / V. i?2.us.,dlcg:a. 26 cm. SGitos • ? 959- D.: . D. hocke.nhc:31 Tncludas bib3io;:aphy. O ' yll l.l I) 0 1 2 2 / 7
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. ;1 ' 50257 2938 Bsc teriophr.c;es--C;:y,.alcgua. - ' " ~' ~r/ : Do vo
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Y.acte:iop:lage~ ,. 50257 2934 Northr.;l., John Howard, '_S91- Cr.,stailiae enzymes, by John H. \orthrop, lloses hunitz and RJU^i:r 11. Herriott. ?d ed., rcv. and en:. \eK• 1 ork, Columbia Univ. Press,1^4S. xxi, 332 p. illus. 24 cm. (Columbia biological series, no. 12) "Literature":p.L3151-3#0. 4 1. Enzymes. 2. Pepsin. 3. Trypsin. 4. Bacteriophage. i. Ku- nitz, Moses, 1887- joint author. a. Herriott, Roger 1:i0s- joiat author. Iti. Title. (Series: Columbia tinIversity bi(pL,,iiai series, no. 12) QPfid1.NG7 1948 ~ fi1°2.0151 45-GvI•_" ~~ Library of Congress `' j52c231 - 0 I c~n no 1 222 6
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B-B5-B0 50257 2950 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 76 I Ma-80 , StJRF"ACE MODIFICATION OF LOW DENSI:YVPOLYETHYLENE IN A FLUORINE GAS 2LASNA M. Anand, R.E. Cohen, and lI:F; BaddOur~< Department of Chemical Engineering INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM t M. Anand, R.E. Cohen, and R.F. Baddour DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE I MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED.
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50257 2948 III 11u2-77 S.P. The Role of Solid-Gas Interactions in Air Pollution Aerospace Corp., El Segundo, Ca].if.*Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, D.C, offic© of Research and Developnent. (009 500) Pin al rept. 1 Jul 71-31 Oct 73 AUTt10R: Siegel, S., Judeihis, H. S., Badcock, C. C. C5322F,1 FLD: 04A, G£3A, 48E, 55E UsGRDR7523 Aug 711 86p REPT NO: AT R-75 (7 441) -1 GRANT: EPA-801340 •. PROJECT: EP A-ROAP-21 AJX .~ . lSOt2ITOR: EPA/650/3-74/007 ABSTRACT: This study was undertaken to evaluate, the potential inportance of gas-solid interactions in polluted atcospheres. tiodel calculations that employed collision theory, transition state theory, and data from the catalysis literature aere used to determine the conditions under which the heterogeneous processes could compete with homogeneous gas phase reactions knoun to be important. Laboratory Cl '1 i~- + , . ~ 11i
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50257 2953 XX MeCS-81 S.P. Cereal Food World 26(6)281--285(1981) NATURAL FLAVORING MATERIALS by Pamo;Bader` Vice-President Technical Director Naarden International, Inc. +4 5
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ltr. J. Psychol. (1972), 63. 4, pp. b37-b46 Prinkd in Grccu nc4m 50257 2949 SELECTIVE ATTENTION AND PERFORMANCE IN 80 II Ey-80 DANGEROUS ENVIROI'111E\'TS* S.P. By Laboratory of Experimental Psychology, University of Sussex Evidence on human performance in dangerous environments is reviewed and suggests that danger reduces eAicioncy, except in the case of experienced subjects. Perceptual narrowing is ahosrn to be one source of decrement. It is suggested that danger increases the subject's arouaal level which influences performance by producing a narrowing of attention. The nature of the performance decrement and of adaptation to danger are discussed in this context. The present review n•as stimulated by a series of experiments on the performance of divers at depth in the open sea. The original aim of these experiments m-as to study the effects on diver performance of nitrogen narcosis, the intoxication which occurs when air is breathed at high pressure. Discrepancies between open sea results and pressure chamber simulation occurred (Baddeley, 1966; Baddeley$ Flemming,19G7), and it subsequently became apparent that degree of danger was a crucial variable (Baddeley, 1967, 1971; Baddeley et al., 1968). 11'hat follows attempts to review the literature on performance in danger and to suggest one way in which a subject's information processing capacity may be impaired by fear. ~. ~~ 0 t(:? i
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; TtL 2 6-1 ! 50257 2955 Badger, GeeP:rey ;L9A1rLlIn. The c1,clilica1 lrisi, of cal'c1llO-eIll!' activity. Sl)Iill("ficlcl, C. C. '1'hom,1s 1]'iG2; 72 p. illus. 24 cnm. (American lecture series, no. 4:0) American lectures in living chemistry. Iucludes b;bliography. 1. Carctnogella. i. Title. ]lC?G?.I33 ; ,, G1G.~1~J1 62-SG41 + I,ibrary of Coi.gress ~.>., . ... ., ,_ ~. , _. ,.... - •. ~.,-> .. . aJ ~ 0 n n ( i ~ 2 f24 7
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' VI 50257 2946 ~ Krl ~ RA~AIdIG .ST1ZkIKr1'~i .' T LF f'k+~SC? ROZT~3L.<<"a, i: a, Lf:PKOSC tIKV.".)OW MIti5t,.'.1•A.illvil:(7k'YCti.+•NIi:O%Yia- 1, NT.KOTYN,%*--THYLOc"THYiUa'lOiy, x rr.. L;~->rL: -. y.i'L ZaSco::lt- E:'~:w f.iiY"a;c'4"L':t? of t7o.te:. Fnci ribcot!ne-r:;ai,z ?,V8T:YL~y ~~ . t j 2S l0 ~) n F:a F • ~: 0 j i; n n, o ! :: 2 3~
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50257 2954 U. S.--ECONOMIC POLICY/NORTH f.AROLINA--TOBACCO--HISTORY/ TOBACCO--NORTH'CAROLINA HISTORY/ TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE & 1~tADE--NORTH CAROLINA/ TS 2240 Ba 1980 ~ •_ The University of North Catolina Press Chapel Hill Prosperify Road The New Deal, Tobacco, and Nodh Carolin by Yl Bad~er .,; tiY 0 qw P,71_11111~1 N i5A_~, .\\\5
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50257 2956 ,tl.l cy . v ~ `r! ~ ~ t ~ ~ Allen, Chnrle, Fr<:ncis Ilitchcock, 1895- Sis-meinbered lieterocyclic nit-cot;Ln cem-Po;in.ls with thrco con,lensed rings tb3•l C. F. II. Mlen, in collaboration «•:th G. M. Badger tznd others) New York, Interscienco Yub- lisliers, 1958. C,2E p. ilius. 24 cm. (The ChemIst.y of heterocyclic cotapound~;, v,12 ) Includes bibliography. L Nitrogen compounds. 2. Ileterocycltc cowpounds. r. TitlP QD401.A43 ( .- -:) 5,17.533 59-12437 t Ltbrary of Congress % 125, Q 1 t' 0 () 11) 1 :~ 2 -1 t3
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50257 2952 ,.G P..J~S c~t~r~-l f.'tir Ww~w f oYS G ~6 ('J-P' S C HM GH RFORSCH C Z NATU iG?-6 7l}( nif) I? ~Dependence of Photorespiration and Photosynthetic Unit Sizes f~ Sc on 0 Interd7endent Nuclear Gene Factors in Tobacc ~/ y 2 a e~org )~ . Sc~h~O,'KlItis Pt ~ader', Richard Gerster, Christian Triantaphylides, Centre d'Etudes Nucl6aires de Cadarache, Dtpartement de Biologie, Service de Radioagronomie, BP N° 1, 13115 Saint-Paul-Lez-Durance, France Z Naturforsch. 36 c, 662-671 (1981); received March 23, 1981 Dedicated to Prof. Dr. Josef Straub at the Occasion ojNis 70th Birthday Photorespiration, Mass Spectrometry, Photosynthetic Units, Tobecco Mutants A new set of tobacco mutants was obtained by selfing a single variegated plant which emerged in a seed lot of Nicotiana tabacum var. Consolation. The seeds obtained from this mutant give rise to four phenotypes: variegated, yellow, yellow-green, and green seedlings. The green, yellow-green and yellow characters are due to two interdependent nuclear gene factors. The yellow-green phenotype is the homozygous (aabb) true breeding condition, whereas the green and the yellow phenotype are heterozygous (AaBb) with respect to both nuclear factors, the difference in the yellow and green phenotype being the addition of a labile gene factor pair, Cc, in the yellow condition. . - . 0 1(~ 0 r) (1 1{~ ~~1 4
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XXII Meli-79 50257 2945 .c p 9 , . ~ UU1: Y.XVI11 1'IlAC'F: C10Y I47ft'--•--•--------------.._~7.Ct7.l'T 9ri /ILF:KSA.'dltH/l 1CNYN:;ICA, AIl1LGO(t'L/17'/1 F'OSNIAK, %1'CAftIN'l' G1zA1.iOW:ilC/ 614.021,4:678,02 I'li.lN'{"hnl~;''Y'~1rlTlt'.~'fiA'7-P~"."t'ST`4`FII(OtiVANr~Q; ~. =T'.OI;~C~~T.OItTiU \VIi~TI'i,U ` ; ~ C~-l" n-(-Li,x (]/teC?.r o o ~ T !~) ~ ~ 'LaklaB Chemii I'rzc•myslov:cj Kierownil: Zakladu - A. Ser.!ck MiQdzyzakledowa Pracownia Porr:iar6w I Obliczen Kierownik I'racownl - S. Zc:aadzki Opisano b?dania skladu produkt6a• lotnych emito•x•anych przy przc- lwl)rstwie plastyil}:o\L'Q ncgo polichleri:u wlnylu w procesie produncji kal,li oraz oznaczanie ]iczbowych wsi:ainik6w emisji, tj. ilofti substan- cji wydzielanych z urzqdzai produkcyjnych, przypadajacej na jedno- s-tk,- r2.<1stJ i jcrinn;t}_~ .+,r7.er<bi£IrSC'-g!?--S~~rnwCa. -- \V wyniku badali ustalono, ie Gi6•.vnyrn skladnikicm cmitowanycii }Sfodo~t6v1, jesti plas`tyfil4ilorj- ltalan dwuolctylowy, ~:'ydziclany w i:o- Sciach 0,03-0,1 'g na ]l;r; surowca. Poza tym w emitowanych produk- tach wystehujzi slady benzenu, tolucnu i ksylenu, natomiast chlorowodur i chlorek winylu praktacznie nie wyd7ielajc} sie y'ynilci badan wska- 7
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50257 2947 STUDTI:S ON SUSPRNSTON AEROSOLS II. INFLUT:NCE OF CONT.iTNT;R MA9'EP.IALS ON AGGRP:GATTON OF APROSOI. PARTICLT;S. ACTA 1'OLON. PIlAItM. XXXV, Nr 1, 1978 P, pI_J~ ~ r a. . '.•~ y ~r~ll^. A. I'iclu Yc~Ic t• ie w l;tita r z.y iis k~i: tiludics on tusncn-' r I ~ sioir acrokal Iflf ~mu)nucncc o containcr mulcrials on siL,t;rci;ation of acro= s,ol tr1rliclc/ 8I "~l /1 1D'7 I~' ~ 7uI c s0, ' Ursyula /iatar•~7 riska 7 u rz w l w _ ~ c, ,c.ls , 72 III Rc,-7£t n.ICa u u ..~~. r3A1)ANlF• 7.AWIf,,SlrqQWYCii :PP,1rT'lYTt/1TUti'4r ArI1G~~z:OtivYc 71. " l1ADANJA` I'ROCf:S ACRIfi11t 7. Zalcladu I'armacji Stosowanej Instytulu Idauki o Leku Akadcmii Medycznej w \Varszawie Kicrownik: doc. dr hab. Z. 'Lakrzewski I3adnno wpllfw tzvorzttrva pojcnrnil:Gw ocrozolowych, nn proces agre- gacji czqslek w aeroxoincR zawiesinowych. Stwierdzono, ze rodzaj opa- kowania w S,5°/o cIetermixuje zmianlt w wielkosciach aflreqalow i czq- stosci ich wllslr,powania. 'l,awicsiny w pojenmikach aerozolowych stanowh-4 zlozony ukdad fizylco- cherniczny, w ktorym czcZstki tworz,1c fazc stall mogj 1.4czyc si<< w wic;lsze = zespoly tzw. agregaty. Proces ten zachodzic moze %v ezasie przechowywa- nia preparat()w (Q i1~zateiniony jest w duzyrni stopniu od vvielko~ci cz1- slek 1 i stt~pnia dysp~Jsji ul;laciu, doboru q,ih,i:,nn; .~ ~. 4
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50257 2962 .1 .. . l... 1. p A ~. t` . ~ . ~" - 't.L':`i .- :Ct7~ --%'-- 0 . .~<. "`.+'" . . 0 1 ;1 Ca :'. ' 7 '; A!
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50257 2960 zY had-ger, Watter Lucius, l8u}(' /- ... ~',1P•.Yi~11t3 0+ c~li1t11C: ~ Cll;~itii.a'rlli5(; }11' ~~t tl1tF1' I_, i~:l~1;~1 r ... Alid 11 MCC11l)e ... '.Clth:lIl t1 C1'Gtil:Ct.tO:i by :,1'tha2' D. Little. 2d ed. \e;v Yor~ Rn~: Londo l, 3fcG1.~~•--liili book colnpany, inc., N:1G. zvil, Et;t) p. il:us., diugrot. (1 foid.) 2P.j cm. (Chemicnl eng:u(er- ing seriea) 1. Chemical engiueerine. c. JlcCabe, Warren I.ee, 1&`3a- jolnt author. TP155.1i~ 49,36 GGO 3G---3,f120 Library o: Con;;res3 t5fitll
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50257 2963. 7 3 VI Ma TODACCO-^nUALI"TY/TOBACCO--AnnIT'IVF.S/;; nr~OGr d Prr.o}:znl:/ ...~ ., ...__ _,....~ ., _ .... __._,~.~ ~ RJR CI:?`,SS N0. PI'M':ILI;T 73 VI M3 i T,ano).e, G. ; Consta ntinescu, T. ;?farinescu, P. ;;Sihailovici, I. ; CO:;TI:I:~;?1'10~ T0 Tli?; I:i3';.0~'1:`ti::; OF 1'0:;~.CCO QUIILITY. t(Contt:hutii I'riv:nd I:..buI:,'tatirea Calitatii Unor Tutunuri.)* Lucr. lr.st:. ,,.:.rcet. ?'roj>ct. A1i:::ent. 1.0, 243-5G (1972) (in Rc:aanian- ^ cOii~llC:tC'. Ln°1ici!1 . trai:slA~'].p:'n ilVEtl.1.i.~JI C t)..~JICt) ^ M•,.~;or<'..<;: %~ }}• ~ drugui 1 , , , ci-oxide, tobacco, . .~udi Civc. ~! 2 ()
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50257 2964 VI 1% si~± UPi:.it ?i „ , ,.: [ .d ~,..a....i... ~~, r.. .f. ^ ....~.• on thr: color znd g.=.r,li,t; c: ;r£cn F~•.1r::rieT.,ung Taft„,'~. e1t 191b-~i~{9 , ;._: ;E+ (I9~q) C:) ri t~~ 2 2
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~__~ _ _ .....+..uua.._W....1_.u..,a .r. .....,._.........Y.....~ _ ...-.... .. c~a.... ~... '~.~-w.~s.~w.L..~......rLlwi.f.~4aLa.d~T-'JU.i'«3r..... .. Y~r..~laf~[. ,SYNT'~iESxS, ORGANIC/CFiI~`~ISTRY, _.;. ORGANIC-I-~IlCC1'IqN MFCHA;;ISriS/ 50257 2958 ~T 74 III Fr2 latrahedron Letter• Ico. 5, pp 429 - 4;?, 1974. Pertvwn Praas. Prlnte3 in~.(Ye.t Pzltcin.a,: j PYRALYSIS OF N,N,N-TRINU;THYLADAMA.tiTYL.11•':.`:ONIiSt; HYDFOXIDES. ~ ~ UNUSU?.L S:F.VENS 'RFARftA"7GEttrNTS Jemes L. Fry,a Mervyn G. Adlingtc+n, Robert C. Hadger; and Steven X. McCullough Departr.,ent of Chemistry, The University of 'roledo, Ohio 43606 Toledo (Received ia USA 25 Seytesber 1973; received in UK for publice-tion 23 December 1913) Fytolysis of alkyl quaternary ammonium hydroxides to effect Aofmann elin- ination has•often been used very successfully to synthesize a variety of highly strained Lridgehead olefins.1'2 By way of cor.trast, we wish to report that ue bave not found any evidence to Indicate that the pyrolysis of either N,N,:?-tri- aaethyl-l-adamantylarsnonium hydroxide, Zti, or N,N,N-trir~ethyl-2-adamantyla wnon- ium hydroxide, 2a, yields the long sought olefin adamantene,3 ,3~, as a prndvct.j
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.__._.. .,.~..._.....:...:~... ...~.. ..__. _~..... _L_.,~,..,.....,..____.... ._"...... t; ~ CHEMiSTaT, ORGANIC=:ACTIbN'riT:C[iA~?IS~SS/ 3+ Sy;:±~;i:I:SJ &, ORGANI C/ Tctrnh.dron Lettcra I:o. 5, pp 429 - S32 1$)S. Prr +nos Pteae. 74 1:II Lrr IV PYROLYSIS 05' N, N, N-TRI~:I:TfiYLADAMF1171'YIJkM"fONIUM and Stc!ven T:. McCullough Departm.ent of Cheriistiy, The University of Toledo, Ohio 43606 ....,_ .._ .... ._ . .. . 3 50257 2959 j / Printed in'.G~-eat LY:tci n.y. .1.~: \~ `](l f HYDROXIDES. UNUSUAL SlI'EVENS RF.ARIZF.''.,'GEFdf:NTS l; -." a r James L. Fry,i Merwyn G. P.dlington, , Robi:k~t'C±' ~4~~geY; Toledo (Reecived In VSA 25 Septe:ber 1973; received in 10: for ruLlicatiea 23 lkceaibrr I 1973) ; Pyrolysis of alkyl quaternary am.nonium hydroxides to effect fiofmann elim- { inati.on has often been uscd very successfully t.o synthesi7.e a variety of highly ttr.ainod bridgehead olcfins.l'2 By way of contrast, rre vish to report t.hat we I
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50257 2957 Badmar, GroffrFy :17alcaltr,. The stractiires & reactions of ilie aromatic compound=. Cltnbridne [I.n.g.j UniversitNPress, 1954. 450p. illus. 23 cm. 1. Aromntic compounds. i. Title. QD331.B2 547.25 54-3317 ~ ~_ Library of Congress ) - 1101 , • ., C. i ; (; '- 9
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U t :~ . '~' I ~~ • c~ C; pylT141 TAM Wl t1 ^A- t? uI (0L.6't) F€3S-dq,S (OY"6 °°fd) £Z °z[A °=z4d °UuV ~r~:aTr~nJ '~I Pao z7YVIb 'V `zmnn •0 aLl'".L-'2W"J °r 11C3i"-j;i *,j •r :]SVPti K.e L'Vd w~ITS::':)iEi vI iia °d .T. ~act~0 (aoil:Ini.~' ' af) '2I `0xprg 896Z LSZOS
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50257 2965 CIGARETTGS--VEI\iDING 1 ACfiZNI;S/ TOBACCO---GER;fA.'YY/ 73 XI Pol~-79 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 XI ro1-79 s.p. ,jW d1?ia~,.ur RFrCh~lt~tt~dl~' i;mbH?.COtit4r,Lahr, Ger.: Reemtsma Cig'~~i~`flrla¢~"`r~~~'~~i~btfi;'Tt~rtt5isr~; Cer, - A SUBSIDIARY OF GEIu,tANY'S LARGEST CIGARF.TTE MAtiUFACTURP.R DI:VI?1.OPS A CIGARETTE VLNDING MACHINE W1iICH, FOR 'f13E NQUIVALI?NT'1'OF ABOUT $1.50 SELLS A PACK OF CIGARETTr:S CO:~iFi-INL•'D IJI'rll A POCKE'rB00K Dr:i'F:CTIVt. STORY, ~ *1 * '11r•r.te fordern Stopp der 'Tabakwerbung. Verfassiingsklaf;e anKekundigt.)* ' Badi.sche Tabakmanufaktur Roth-liandel Gmbli Co., Lahr, Cer. ;"'i:eemtsma Cigarettenfabriken CmbN, News Release, Namburg,-Ger. ]. p. (1978) (in German) *Abstr. in: Express 1978 (No. 232) 1 p. (Oct. 17, 1978)* n n rt () 1 2 2 ';
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Sadre,, R. (Jt. Author) ~ "zl i 50257 2969 bJJ.,w1:-..i...V'aa.a .. i .E n Yw~ •::'^a C%.Y 14~CQ~:. . ~Jf9 t>:.:8 I! . ~ r t f • . ''A, !•• n l'`r~' _ q 1 rt Ty,otrj ~~ n n fi ! 2 2 ?') 1
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50257 2976 bashla:~ C., jt. rtLE E':T f;' LA F_? _ T;T?. .Z_I ~~cTtIYIE'.. J<id. .. !'3tarter'l ier tne Fen,,antaii a:)f Tobaec,) ;In Frene';l , K. ~^ob an:. 3. ua:.::ler. International 6cieritific Tbbacco Corigress, First ~ 4. . Internati'onal"6ciontifYc~Tobarco Congress,,, First (Premier Congres Scientifique Interna- tional du Tabac.), . IN T[JO VOLUMES.,, . . ; . .. <•~ 1955 LXXXp1us 803 pages. In French and in English. S. E. I. T. S. - Paris f=)ergerac 0 1 • f! 0 n o 1 2 2 f, fl;
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50257 2972 IX Re2-81 Rev. Med. Nov. 14 237-250 (1959) S.P. A METHOD FOR THE EVALUATION OF CARBOXYHEMOGLOBIN IN BLOOD STARTING FROM CARBON MONOXIDE CONCENTRATION DETERMINATION IN ALVEOLAR AIR. SUR UNE 1fETH0DE D'F1'ALC'.1TIOti )>•: L'U1Y(:AR130\E111E .1 1'.1RTIR DES CONCENTRATIONS C P~ MM. R. Guu.t.rnx, R,;B;was, J. Dupoux, !tt. Ponsin et B. Coun '~RBO\E 1 D E . D (1~ UE IIESUREES D.1\S L'A1R .1L1'EULAIRE ,DECA TECH\IQCES \UCVELLESi 0 I t) 0 no 1 2 L'tttude de l'intoxication par l'oxyde de carbone a donne lieu depuis -pris d'un siede A un nombre considerable de recherches et de pubii- cations. Depuis les decouvertes fondamentales sur le m6canisme de l'intoxication ozycarbonique, auxquelies sont iies ies noms de Cl. Bernard (1857), Grehant (1873), Haldane (1895), Nicioux (1900), de nombreux travaux ont ke effectues, pnecisant le mode d'action de l'oxyde de carbone au stade „de la respiration cellulaire, son 6limination, ies variations du coefficient d'intoxication, ia pathologie et le traitement de l'oxycarbonisme et i'exis- .bnce d'uB oxycarbonisme chronique encore discut6. / ~,
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'~ ~p 5025 7 2977 , { (1958) j .~ :~ ~rry LT ~.7 :~ ~wi G~rIf.:.,~ri~;::i '_ia ~ Orion 13 (::o. 10) 828--$29 (Octcb :r, 3.:'5E;) CI ~ f~ n r~ t) ~:~ . f t7
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50257 2979 or r.c. ..z.~;:.T ...z.~;:.^. Jaur. Socitta. kf3y4ho2. Ci;, 65-/8 (196 ;} ~ ; ;
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.~ - • 50257 2971 Prcf evement sur p6ge MeA -76 P I et anaIvse C+11romat®grGalphtqu e .frutlusis 197 y3 no •~......~, ]p. 34 ~A 38 -V-4 des palEuants organigues 1~gers de i'a~c~as~a6~~-~rP M. }3OURDIN, R:: B/1DR$, C. DUMAS . li•iGSSd Trapping and chrotnatogrsiphic analysis of; vol,,lilc organic pollutants in the xtntcsphcre. i3nurrlin,.\7y;' 13atlrc, R; Uumas, C. (Ccnt. Etud. Rcct,. 'I'cch. Sous-~tar.,, Toulon, Fr.). A tcchnique is' described for enrichmen and an,tl. of org. gaseuus pollut :nts, characlcrislizcd by Yuropal- Q trap adsorption and 2-stage dcsorption in a chrurnnto.vrnph. A lst column allowed a scpn. of polar from apolar cuml,ds., a 2nd colurnn seps. the npolar products, and another scps. polar cornpds. such as EtOll and ethanol. The (oncns. of vulati;e org. pollutants can be enriched •,LY a factor of 100. Volatilc org. pollutants of cuncns. <1 pptn i thus he detd. F. J. Pollok ,. . . ..._. . . . . v r n * n r) () i. 2 2 6 . . .. . _ ,.__:.... t t f;
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~ ' . . . .. .1 . . . .. . 4 76 V1 '.)u P:'T CUTI.;"F---}:XCI:rTIOid,' URIt ,Y~?S/ 50257 2966 ro, )~.CC:o--_Sr1oI:l Nr--•tl1;z;1;: 1::XC'>zETIO";/. .. . ' ~ RJR .^.LLSS IyQ, f:1,dPIIr.rT 76 V): Dul . , p (Centre Et.udes i(ecfierches 't'echniquc•sF Fr.; L4h. Toxicol. generlle ,,*iotoxi.ro ~ittmas C. ' j)nrand, 3. P. ; ViaYa, .:. ; tiuiLler:r..', I:. _..- - . ,. , - .. . ~:.~..:,..~.. : . . . - . col..,FaG. Pharm., rl3rseil.le, F17.) THE uLTI:P.i-fIPlAT:.O;I OF JIICOT1.rIE AND COTT':71'~: I IN liRTI3'r;S OF S1:OhE?tS. ~ ?(1)eterraiantion de la n9.,-°_ine et de la c:otinint. dans 1'uritxe. Kesuitats obtenus chez un £umet:r r,to}•et't.)*~ : : h i h E ' i ' .s rt' t ,i_ W Toxicol. 8 (t:o. 3) 1,:2-151 r;l•975) (in Frenc "an jour 3:uro . i i y i hc dctermination of nicotinc and cotinine in ur incs of smu`.ccrs ~ czrricd uut by Faschromatography on a column filld with -c ` % elcnli:ii±ed Ucon•Polar SO 116 2CKK1. The tcchniquc for extraction ar.d clrromr,togruphrc nnalysis is dcvclopcd. Thc resulta show that thE'lxcrction into urine is rapid for nicotine p.nd slow for eotinine, and exhibit a correlationn bctwccn the urinzry liaw Rn'i• ~ 0 tlre climinated umounts of both thesc r.rbstsnccs. , . .. . .. . . . . .
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50257 2970 . NI COTINE--~iF.TABOLI S"t--Ili?i`f:1I1 BODY/ 76 X Du NICOTINE--E}iCRETION/NICOTINE--,DETERMINATION/. . . -2.. . _ _,,. . ....__. - .... , ._. 1tJR CLASS 110. PAMPHLET 76 X Du2 Dumas, C.; 13,adre, R,; Viala, A.; Cat , J. P.; Guillerta,, R. 1fICR0I),.Tl;;: SI:;ATIU.d OF NICOTINE .1:-ID COTININr I:7 PLASMu1 AND URINE BY GAS PHASL•' Ci1R0'•f.17'OC;RAI'IIY. P?:SUL'tS Of3TA1NIEI) ON VARIOUS SMOKERS. *(riicromet.hode de determination de la nicotine et de la cotinine dans le sang et l'urine par chromatographie en phase gazeuse. REsultats obtenus chez civers fu7eurs.)7e European Jour. Toxicol. 8(lso. 5) 280-86 (Sept.-Oct. 1976) (in r French with English suuunary) 1 r 1 The dctcrmination of nicotinc and cotinin: in plasma and , urincs of smokers is carricd out by ttas-chrumatoFraphy with tn l)con-Polar 50 Iili 2000 alkatini),cd colurnn and a spccilic N dclcetor, usinG diplrcnylarnine as internal standard. Ihe tcch• niquc for cxtraction and chrornatographic analysis is dcvclopcd. The limit valucs for a correct dctcrniinition arc : 0.2 ng for nicotutc and I ng for cotininc. The results show that the transit of nicotinc and cotininc into thc blood is very frst. lhcy cnnfirm the rnpidity of the urinary ezcrction of nicotrne, the slowness of that of eotinine, and the relation tKtwecn the eliminated amounts and the urinary Ilow. r, ~ . ._._._... . _ ...... -......,,_. ,.._ , .. , .. l
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50257 2973 .___...__.`._.........,..........~...,.,..~...., .r,.r._,.~,,. ~. The Pakistan Journal of Forestry 29 ( 3)188-194 (1979) 76 II Re-81 r l S.P. July; 1979 ~ DISI:ASl-S nl: S\\'LI:T 13nS1I.- 0 RFVI[:\\' C D 1 --~ / / Ur:lud '; akaullah" r S%\cet basil Cocimunr Ganilicrrrrr , a member of La.hi:uae, is proh;chly a natise of India and Afric~•.. It is NcZll-kno\+n for its aromatic quo.lities and use in condim:nts. The seed yielus golden yellow essentia! oil ~xhich is emplo\ecl in pcrfumcry and various beverages. Cultivation of the crop is being tricd za PcsI,awar. The litcr;.ture on the diseases of the crop %%as, thercfore, reviewed. Kvarts Kh,~.va (195i+) carried out stuc9ies on the irrfcctious \sil;in- (Fusariosis) in basil. The plants in the nursery %\ere found severely attaci:ed by a species of Fusurirrn, causing longitudinal stripes on the stern and chlorotic spots on lea~:es srhicJt ssilt and fa'.l (') prefiaturrclyj Tl}e',pa{hogd» ss~3 found to inv:eda the p!was through injurca roots. Kant dehris, infcctcd youn; transplantiw-i rnatei i.a an~ seeds servcci ,s source of irfcction. 7 hc pctthog.n prosed spccitic to Ociuurn: snP_
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ZIY t~i _ 7 ~ 2 S.i). ~ ~111na~.CS :') Zlll<:C. iA(t5 3,t35){L-1i~i(19UO) 50257 2967 UI' :;Ill.C1ia~'r'Lii0R0:!I,J')iA;~f:S Orl GIhII11':Y 1\C"1'I1TiTY U;' 'i+ii; I YTTIa:LLL'ii. j'r'C~[C+ ; rXZ'. l'kt;l?G:? i: a^ ci:ft-, 411: Gi'(7-)~'~L'.i!; , r ~r „ , ~ ;S , .`3tl't 1:f+ od4'3tG' UC ~'C~2tltr t2~II22 7C ?' par ;.FIE£. R. Cu.L!.1:IL1T," ~1. BAaRdil G. DcrrIt.Antox ct 1',. Vrcraorv (°). . Y.r.s ch?oro-ftuoro-rnctharres sont ; cpuis plusieut:: anirCes utilisc.:; • ^,ommc agents pulseiirs en raison Je Icurs aaracteri:.t:ques physiqucs, et dc leur non ir;l1atlitnabi)itC. Comme iis sont pratitiuc.-mulrt d6pourr'us •. d'ocieur et de t.nxicit6- ~ene~rale, ils sont. rie plus er. Ii;us employFs cn £~harmacie et en cosmtitolobie 11) pour ndlruliEcr des ilrcduits tr~'s variCs - pansenrents spEciaux, dcsirlfectants, antisudc•raux, m:`:dica- tnents ; on ce:nr:zence i£ Jes uti)iser pour nebuliser Jes solutions desti- : n6es au traiternent des affections rhino-p'harj'nbCes, vasi^,-cons!.rict.eurs C) err particulier. ~ . . G'est pourcp.ioi il purt,issait intetressant c, contrbler qu'ils n'ont pk,s d'aciion xtocive sur 1•activit6 ciliaire do. 1'6pithMiuni respiratoire, c,-, '. ciui sz;roit uL~o c'.::altrc-i:adicatior: ItI<^.jeurc i. lcur ernploi. : . ... . .~ _ . . .. . .,. . _ , ,...._ .. _ ~. . ;, _ : . . . _.. .. . .. ,_:.._, ----_..~. ....,.,.._ . . _ .. . _ .. .. . . . ...... . , .
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50257 2974 t 11 ...-..-._ `_ ... _._..... ,. ... ------ -._ ._._...:. . . J . . . ...._ .............. ~~~~,3.1r.;Cf1---..•!'r..~iC.1.. .a~,~ 5'l'iT(~,..~'. "/ k.;t; (; j /15 y S 73 'V"IIi 6a (Kor can 2fc=no:,., rcntra:. '' ~: r A CC:'D r::iF. £' .;5i1'!: v ;!JI'iY 0:. T1I:! FORCED :iG?Nr tJ: F~.;...-( LU1) . TUi: (.C7 I ::: r, : `~ '` . . ' ; Chi tc.-;tii '. 3 (::o 1~ 1-27 . . . ~ .1 ( • (i:Z b:orean with t:r.0i;:>> 'FI.C" ' i 't 1. OrC s: hansenula }'C?a.°it, tohicc.7, additiVr,_; ~ 3U ? t! d: v ~ acci; ic :d • . coaSt_ tuent; ; , alkaloids, cured, constitucnt; i .~ r a-amvIase, curcc+, -constitue ntl 4 • ' { 6-a>rylase c~ire j , . , const:tuant; ' n-butyric acid, cured, ccinstituent; ~ caffcir_ -cid, cur4d, co.istituenr_; ~ i Ca i pr y C .1::1(3, cured, CO11SLltacni:; l cE,rC1Z(,+ni''.8, cUrC-a?, co[:sL.l`:uE:nf:; F ci.tal:2sf3, cl.lie:?, consticuent; i chloroGenic ~:cid, curcd Co' nstit , ueItt; ~ chlorophyll, cured, c-,ns:: tuent; t _ ....r .~.~ , .. ..: ... . ~ , .~ 1, 1 . "i f) n {) 'I 2 2 i) - 6
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3:~ BEer, William i:. , v.6 .;; T 50257 2987 VOi... 4, l..: bv Eaw.`~.n N. D2vIs tl/:.rtlAl .il`11P t->Z 1964, ,/ . `.':FTIi3n1 Press Ne17 York ,a ; ; n r~ r 7 ~ 2 . •? 7 9
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50257 2992 III Du2"rSULCAL A MODEL OF SULFU.R CHEMISTRY IN A PLUME F. Baes, et a U.S. i PA-Ua';rsff Or l.ii:i,'.:Eivr, ft'atima! Tecliricu! !r~'rorm3,i;;;n ::.,,rv3ca L ORNL/NSF /riA T C- 2' Cak Ridge National Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tenne: see ..April 19176 . 0
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50257 2984 . 81 V Wr E3018 L0718 P 8aSIJs,1. kklG AL /q8/ AM J CLIN NUTF2Ig(S) Cp Experimental viinc depletion and altered perception for NaCI in young adult males" ex,V,..k~ s~.,,~_..,.: ...,.. . . Ann Larsen Wrighl,3 JGfS., Jane1 C. King,' Ph.D.,'Afpr(pp,:~`aylor 3 M&, Ph:D., and L. Jav Cilron,s Ph.F. ABSTRACT Taste perception for saltiness and bitterness was tested in five young men while , fed a basal (15 mg Zn/day) and zinc depletion (0.25 mg Zn/day) diet and in three young men during zinc repletion. The perceived intensity of five NaCI solutions ranging from 0 to 600 mAf and five urea solutions also ranging from 0 to 600 mM were rated on a 1 7-point scale. The intensity ratings for the 75 and 150 mM NaCI solutions were significantly lower (p < 0.05) during depletion than during the basal period; intensity ratings for 300 and 600 mM NaCI solutions did not change significantly. Bitterness perception was not altered with zinc depletion. The changes in perceived intensity that occurred were not related to parotid salivary zinc concentration, percentage change 0 n ~ tn ~~asm~ztnc wtth dpjleti~ii, or(the length of time required for deplction. The results suggest that . .~ ztnc depictton may alter the taste perception of some moderately salty solutions. Am. J. Chn. Nuir. 34: 848-852, 1981.
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50257 2993 1 ~ I I Q i 253 M 13acyer Villluer oxxdaGion. D.u3 o, 1'aal de, ed. .llolecuiar rearrangenients. New York, Intcrscie,nca ?'ub- lishers i19ii3-G-4i 2 v. (ali, 124.1 p.) diaSrs., tables. 24 cm. Bibliographical Pootnotes. 1. Rearrangements (Cheinistry) Q,D258.A I3 547.139 63-43 3Q : ev Library of Conpress ~ jrC-4i51 (,h, I ' i 1 n 11 0, 1 2 P, , I t"a
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: }::( , ; Shl £ner, t. i'. (Jt. Author) , 4 (?.9' 5°) 50257 2981 ; ~ st,cJtt:c::., Y,. r.. , Jr. C:?, ~ , ?:~`, or :~JC. . s by II a, T. ~ '~ .. ~`~t.4Ztvn y Jr. y ~ 11. . • w. ~;-II.O1.`t, .J. B. }{)IC%e:.•": c^y73y tiT?u }i. KZ'amf.`r Ipr:`• r_ J 'O b itig~.'a ~. S. Pei):;i~u`kC:.^..t of ut.:<l,Zii, E;i13..'".?sti,~`.IZ, a'S11C1 :i'0 .~t:lCE p i::)ad . Ttd Wc3?liiL:-tC'ny v. C. ^~ ~ •-~.-.. '- . . ,. . _ . yr-~y-,-....-.".~i..'p T"~....~•."+m.x,.......T.+...,.«... c` i, n n
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50257 2990 RC r 483 Me 1981 ' PSYCHIATRY/HIGH RISK POPULATIONS/BIRTH DEFECTS/ TWINS/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/ Prospective Longitudinal Research Ari Empirical Basis for the Primary Prevention of t/Psychosocial Disorders Edited by SARNOFF A. MEDNICK, Ph.D., Dr. Med. Professor, University of Southern California Director, Psykotogisk Institut, Kommunehospitatet, Copenhagen Consultant in Mental Health to the WHO Regional Oftice for Europe P and a. ;ANu^Rt e.BrAERT; M.D. Regional Ofiicer for Mental Health, WHO Regional Office for Europe Assistant Editor BARBARA PHILLIPS BACHMANN, M.A. Social Science Research Institute, University of Southern California orsd Health Organization Reg7onal Office for Europe shed on behalf of tlte Oxford New York Toronto Melbourne OXFORD UNIVERSITY PRESS 1981 2
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50257 2995 PAPERMAKINC AND TMnE--P,IP,I.IOCRAPIIY/ TS 1080 In 1970 THE IPISTITUTE OF PAPER CIIi,1I,iISTRY Appleton, Wisconsi_n PULPING OFVL'AGh.SSE AP2A OTHER PAPEIUrIAKIIdG FIBERS ::~ An Annotated Bib1 iot;re.pliy llecember, 1970
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50257 2994 .7.? : :.:.s::. Swc:i.s*-Xcv:, !{„ ... IStM?j;~~l;`tii :(!1Y iiw41H Via~.'•~.,t:.;-: T..iIGr:ii.Ci T!. G Z,.,3 :::AAi10l•3 vt:JaT.:aGhi!]g Sit?7Cj?. Ncv ....,~,.~,.., . 0? 1 t? 0 f = -t ) t ": 2 ~"l A
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~ 77 TII Ba 2 . 50257 2978 - AIAA JOUIaNAt. /'d1. 13 9,f - /Vo SL _voL ls, N: P0iy'x'c",4'yToiysis over a ~`~lide Range of Fluting r".'ates ../ °_A: D.13acr,' J. H. Ncdf;cs,j J. la. Scadcr,' K. M. Jayakar,f and L. H. Wojcik$ 7hc UnluersJly of Utah, Salt Lake City, U1ah s I:xperirucnlal +scil;ht luss data are presented for Ihe pyrolNsis of three rcinforccd polyrncric materials Ihal were hcalcd in nitrogcn to tcmpcratures as high as 700'C at conslanl hcaling ralcs from 10"C/min to 4200"C/min. Tests al lo+t' hcaling ralcs wcrc conduclctt wilh a Mclllcr 7 hcrmorrnalyzcr. A Ihin•fitm technique +sas used to obtain hip'h hcating ralc rtata. Kxtrapul:rlion nf low hcatinl; ratc results to high hc:rlin{ rate condilions is nol reliaLlc. lio+vcvcr, ttat:r for each malcrial ovcr a+%idc range of hcatiup r.rtcs are corrciatcd quitc satisfactorily by a single kinctic cquation, Hlicrcin lhe kinctic paramclcrs arc dclcrmincd b) Ihc quasitincariialiott tcchniquc. Introtluction 1 . i A LTIIOUCII tfic various laboratory tltcrmal analysis techniques, ctiffcrcntinl thcnnal analysis (I)IA), diffctcntial scanninl; calorintc(ry (UtiC), tlt~nnol.ravimctric analysis (TGA), etc., arc basically qu:nttitalivc tcclmiqucs, test fcsults for many rnatcrials arc oftcu only qualit:ttivcly " I n C! 4 c; n n () 1 IA plication of these materials was at a Ilcating rate proximately 10,000"C:Imin. 13y use of results from t! tyl+cs of tests, ru} cvaluation of Various cxtraf proccclures could be made. Although several matcri: evaluated during this Nvork, only three ahlativc in clcsignatcd as A, 13, and C are considered hcre, sin n-h6h;r-I ~11 rhn ivnrc nf hrhnvir,r nntrrl Tahlr I nr,
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50257 2999 76 1 Ma-81 12-56-80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ALTERNATIVES TO CANONICAL CORRELATION ANALYSIS A STRUCTURAL EQUATION APPROACH . ?A ftyri Alfred P. Sloan School Of Management IN M9ARKETING RESEARCH: INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM ~~ © Richard P. Bagozzi, Johny K. Johansson, and Jagdish N. Sheth , _ ... / DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE BY MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. ~. G~ r~ n n r j
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50257 3000 ASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY 76 I-Ma-81 INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM A HOLISTIC METHODOLOGY FOR MODELING YCONSUMER RESPONSE TOI,~OVATION ,,~~ti~:.; N, ~ago~zi,, ,. ~~- Sloan School of Management 1-80-81 © R. BaBozzl 0 1 fo n 0 . CI 1 2 ?. ~3 ?
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50257 2986 80 II Po -7 -r~~-~-:•;t.'f -`c~~~ i ~ ~ ~The Ufecfi of Expansion S ~:,/A-----#i~sruFfrs, M,r f6, f4s4 ~ ~ ~ . f- - s,Y-Z5 ; r _ ;~r 6y Maurice A.LWilliatns and• Sheldan Cereal Grains,-'Vil" Seeds l X: p . . , Many people h a v e asked the ., ' qucstions "R'hat is expansion?" and •"What does expansion do to cereal grains?" For practical purposes, expansion could be descrihcd as a method of in- flating a material or causing it to '' swcll 1. the casc of rains an v t able matter, this is donc by subjecting -the material to heat, pressure and t~-~; hiqh-shcar mixing treatment, while in- ; troducing and blending with supcr- hcatcd water. The material, at an ~ c)cvatcd tamhcraturc, is churned in- - ---• EDITbR'S NOTE: The authors, Mr. Willianls and Mr. Baer, are with the V. P. Anderson Co., Cleveland, Ohio, maket of the Anderson Ex- pand et. . ` to a toft : dough-like mass r,r.d then discharged from the expander so that the sudden decrease in pressure allows the supet-heated water to vaporize in- stantly. This causes the material to swell, inflate or expand. _T
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50257 3001 A'A!:1C;A'I c't'.1:'•iiM ';Oc,r';'Yf U Bagshawe, Xempeth . 73 IYAKUWR;,'1'. Ar! P'!PL .,•..^ri.c<<n "_.;:::va? ,<;ncic; . rWo scxie, Tape No. G17 Sicie . 't~.~:~ll iii:a 'i(1~.(cl~l(•R~~ f f f,', I i? (1 rt i) i :-! 2 c) ;;
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50257 2988 CIGARETTE LENGTHS/CIGARETTES--SIZE/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCIIOLOGY/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PUFF RATL-5 f NICOTINE--PFtAR1rfACOLOGY/ 78 X Ja RJR CLASS NO. PA*:PHLET 78 X Ja Jarvik, M. E.; Popek. P.; Schneider, N. G.; Baer-Weiss, vr; Gritz, E. R. ,(Veterans Adm. Hosp. Brentwood, Los Angeles, Calif.; Univ. Callf., Dep. Psych., Dep, PAarmztcol., Dep;~ Psychol., Los Angeles, Calif., U. S.) CAN CIGARETTE SIZE AND NIC0TL:NE. CONTENT INFLUENCE SMOKING AND PUFFING RATES? Psychopharmacology 58, 303-306 (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine, smoke, constituent, ---_ Abstract. The stimuli controlling the rate at cli`~ ; d~~ctions in sizc. Satisfaction ~~~as directly rclated to + people,smoke ci-prettes have not been clearly defined. ~ On the hypothesis that smoking is basically nicotine- seeking behavior. nicotine available to the subject was ~ experimentally manipulated through controlling ci-a- ~ rette size and nicotine content. In Experiment I, subjects ~ given their own cigarettes in .vhole, half, quarter, and eighth lengths, increased the number of cigarettes ~ smoked and number of puffs to compensate for re- cigarette lenbth. In Experiment 11. subjects given spe- ~ cial cigarettes dclkri ing 0.2 or 2.0 mo !ticotinc;'cigarcttc smoked significantlN- more of the low than of the high 4 nicotine cigarettes and took significantly more puffs. , As in E-xperimcntl. significantl)• more quarter length than full lenoth ciprettes %~ere smoked, but total tnumber of puffs did not differ. These results support the ~hypothesis that nicotine controls smoking behavior. --'-
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. 11•:k4: '1'ItANST(`I7O\S ON ('(»II'11•1•4:Itti, I Mes 77 S.P. I•. t'.YS. NO. 12, t1F:c•F:n1ItF:lt 1Jili /ln /02 7/- / ~ Multiprocessing Systems ~l ';.114',AN-LOUP FiAI:R, Absfracl-This paper surv(•ys the state of the art in the design and evaluation of rnulliproressin/; .~.Icros. fllultiprucussor arc hi- tcctures of the 51\II) and AII\ll) type arc reviewed and further classified dcpcndint; on lhcir lil'hl or luost• couplin/; :,nd !hi•ir ho- mogcnt•ity. Thc addiliunal (•umplrxity of the.uftwar(• for cuntrol, flynchroni2atiun, efficivnl utilization, and pr•rforman(•e monilorint; of multiplc proccssors is cn,phasizecl• 50257 2983 amt)le, svnchronizetion, task splitting, and scheduling are areas where the presence of more than one prt,ce,sinh unit increases lhe supervisor's complexity. I'erl'(>nnance niunittu'int- ;Int1 evaluation is ,llscl more c'{lmplex lhan in asin; lc machine environment. tn the mure st>ecial purtlose S)'stelns, basic (•ti.,cclmpiler,), and 1t)t)IIc7lllt/11 suf111'are t\Q t 1 1) l lllut'C(1 t(~ th f• hl ) ' e l tl n fl ( e st Ct 1 IC III.lC tle r lZil U . C a ` Index ~"crms-Arra~• proce.sors, (•onlrol, multiproceaors, pipeline computers,.ynchronizatiuu of concurrent prue•esses, ti~;ht Section Ill ~rill hc~ a tli,cussi(tn of some of the problems and lonsc couplin/;. :It 1~J11~_tl~_! Il{ 4( ~tl~!ati;al~. ~.Jn this survey we shall reference only seminal and/or U• I f) ._11 t'I t7 1 ~ ^ 7 ,.,.~..,_,.~..~.~ t; ..~....... ,.:t.(:...._~.,t :_~ _~..1.. ,_....a ...
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50257 2997 TOT3ACC0--VOKE--PARTICLE SIZE I)T:TERAIINATIOTI/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAI•SPHLET VI To-76 s.p. English) Morie, G. P.; Uggett-Ji. S. ' (Tennessee Eastman Co., Res. Lab., Kingsport, Tenn., U. S.) OBSERVATIONS ON THE DISTRIBUTION OF CERTAIN TOBACCO SPSOKE CO:dPONF.NTS. Tobacco Chem,,Resa Conf., 30th, paper, 25 p. (Oct. 18-20, 1976) (in *KeyWOrds:* TPM, smoke, constituent; • nicotine,.* smoke,•constituent; ` indole, smoke, constituent; 'diethyl phthalate, smoke, constituent;' norphytene, smoke, constituent; neophytadiene, smoke, constituent; copper, smoke, constituent. : compounds and the total particulate matter (TPH) of smoke. The cascade lmpactor, which is based on the principle that particles in a moving airstream Smpact on a slide placed in.their path !f their momentum.ls sufficient to overcome the drag exerted by the a1r- stream, separated smoke particles into four fractions of 0.25, 0.50, 0.75. and 1.00 u !n dlameter. One_or two 35-m1/2-sec puffs vere drawn from a cigarette through the cas- A cascade impactor vas used to determine the particle size distribution of flve.orgaqle ~ ~ r) 0 n0 1 2 21 A g 0
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50257 2982 D1E.' Si tuat1.011 XX 11-{Ar-74 in der S'p' 5 Von F. Bar und F. Griepentrog , • en ~;esundlxeitll.cl~ e.l Beurteilun,: Aus dem Bundcsresundheitsamt, der Arolnatlsiertriigsmittel ~~ iA f I A Ij r/il Max von I'ettcnkofer-Institut, Berlin-Dah ffih LetiensMitW-1 if~'c~urarin~ c;,i Oi" Ilf.fd :(11 fi;1MRDs or I i.;I ,~ I,.:rcl:ii~:! ~i~ Fc i; ~ --- _... - - ! ~ F. Griepent:rog IIFD. f=RN:'1HR, 8, 244-251 (1g67) Org::nic colrpou,,.cls of i:i:;1 series of alcohols, aldehycies and acetals, ketones, E,h;:nuls and ~;olyphc n~~ls, acids and es-ItI-crs, lactor;es, hydrocarbons, etc. pli±.y a signific-atl1, rolc. in flavoring of food products (9), such as' bakery Jeilics, crei.':w - prod!lct.ri, s19:?f'j:s, s;•r4et; SOG7s, sugar prc,a:,!;',s, ch~'JCOI i-~i:e, fi 11 -i wys of chocol i~t^ prociuc ts, cl;e;1i n9 qt! ;t, i ce crE'a11i, a!-; jarti fi c 1 a I honey, rGi_,at prUducts, f I sn proclucts, preserved ver,etablis, lable fat, :;oups, alcoholic and non-alcol1'Jllc bovErages, effe.rvescc!i;c-:: powroers, tobacco, etc. The stilrt.llating effect of these oompouy~s 6, ~ e tt,eqou f)syatett~ o4; the consumer produces a special value of enjoy.,c~rtt on n,any -(ood pro:;ticts and beverages. The flavoring materials are appl ieci i n the form of preparati ons or co.nposi ti ons ( speci al ni xtures . ' : _ . . __~_------ -- - - ..~.. .d-._4..~...__ ~. r__._r.-'~ • •.•. •.'._ • • _ lti.:[:c---111.C.CAII.'t'.l
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4- 50257 3002 78 III Re2-$o' SOME LIMIT TI 1EORL:MS S.P. . By 1 n S T1T I S T I C S (Univ. Chicago ) „ Conference Board of the Mathematical Sciences Regional Conference Series in Applied Mathematics R. }3. 13A1-IAUUri The University of Chicago SOCIETY for INDUSTRIAL and APPLIED MATHEMATICS Supported by National Science Foundation PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 19103 0 t;N n 22 9
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1 50257 2998 '111L Ia;CU:rE'USi.'IICN C~F A;•;MIUNZ7LM ,11ihIT1: ;.Y WAT:.R t'AI'OR. %SVIII Re J. s.h. a!n'y s?.. Chera. -i3-, 338--41 (1:57) . Ry : S. I'awiit:owskiu and .i•i ' Tt1g ius ka .. In the curr.rnf_• metiicd of nroduction of tlylor, 0, a paly.ner. ai E:-- tr~ino-- cap:•oLactam, so.?ittm~ nitrite is used forr the rrr.pxration of r.qiieo:.an sa:tt-t:ion:: of hy.jroxyJ.am{.tie, which is ttaedcd for the p,<.j~zt-vl.ion oi. cyclahe};~+no~e oxi;:e, The :+odiUid f:uiifit:e fci'ried in the> re.-a::i:iorr of Y!S itll ut.sui.tLble by-product which m.kes the process r,iore cc•ripli.r.atc:d tznd :lore cxpraF.i.ve. SIShSI:it-a%L:iott of .riOeiUf1 Ii3.t;.'i1ae by a4wmot1.'LuiT1 nitrit:e ri14. I:Yo.^.e:fi Fitllj prod;lces ..rcc!ania,.; t,ul:'ate, w;ti.cti can h:: useu as rc ni.t:roF~'c:7 I12 2 9 n
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/ , ; 50257 2989 ?ITCOTINE--EXCRETION/NICOTIi\T--nPTI:R'`fTNATION--LTRTNE/ TOBACCO--Si•tOKING--iIICOTINE/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 X Gr 76 X Gr6 6 Gritz, E. R. ; Baer-Weiss, V. ; Jarvik, 1'i. E. ' . (Veterans Admin. IIosp. I3renttaood, Univ. Calif., Dep. Psychiatry, Los Angeles, Calif. II, S.) TITRATION OF NICOTINE INTAKE WITH FULL-LENGTH A11D HALF-LENGTH CIGARF.TTI:S, Clin. Pliarmacol. Therapeutics 20 (No. 5) 552-56 (Nov. 1976) (in EnRlish) ~_._... _- ._ .. _ ." _ ..__... .. ;TilrcUio», !hc sc•!J•rr1•+rluliu» rf »ic'uli»c inlnkc•. tc•us sl»rlirrl i+c 12 smnkr•rs !,r gns rlirnnrr»n~rrcl,l+ rtccrrt.c rf lll'illr7rl' »i('u11lIC levels. Rrsull.c rlr'rnru+.th'rNrrl 1hrN r.rcrcliu» rf ~,urinru_r nic'r,li»c in the prn.rin+r+l r•nnrlilirut (brrlJriSarr•tlc ch,srr tu 1br• frNr•rJ dirl »nl • ' difJcr sig»ific r+»!l~ Jrr,m the crhulc r•igrrrcvlC c•u»diliu+t; hnn•cc•r•r, lc•.cs nic•ntinc• t+•us •, ~ • 1riShrsl rnlinb • Jnl/nirr'd G}• prn.timr+l and 1hc» rli.tlal cigurC!!c•s! u rrled i» 1hC diclu rurndilin (hrlJ rirllc f7/•r J'm 1/e fh e..lnryucu,ucorcrrcur.c o a rod ) /u'ccJ ' Jillrafiur+ cfTc•cY. Subjects r.vruc lrrl pr(,l,r riiu,u»r r, n,ort „ir r»i„c Ji'Urq the l+uf !/,nn Ji'unt the +rhnle r•isurc•tlrs; tilrulinn (rr+.c ry,prn.tinu»clt' !he sr+mC i» hn!l+ hrrlJ-c'iSru-rlle t'u»Jitions. On .crr+lcs rJslrr•n3•lb ond .w1i.~Jcu•liun, firll-l(v+glh cisrrrr•!h•s were bircn the
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50257 3003 7.r I>> 5 ~ ~ WSS/CI Paper 69-28 7~<'-Ii 13j2,3 THE BURNING OF CAREOI•!ACf_OUS MATERIALS ti~-art,qauasu'r".MCx~iw: ~anb.'Mt7+i AS A DESTRUCTIVE DISTILLATION PROCESS .,.r.'+3n. «ass M.v. .C7ilbert S:-l3ahit` ° The Marquardt Company CCI Acro:pace Corporation Van Nuys, California 1969 FaII fvleeting Western States Section The Combustion Institute Hol iclay Inn La Jolla, California 27-28 October 1909 C: 1 fl n n () j ~! 2 9 !;
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PDDL THEIR C TS . t SOURCE, CHE1!1tISTRY. A~TD USE 8Y BAILEYF-PN. D. PROFFSSOR OY Cki.+ati5TRY AND D:86CCO9, CHB)fICAI. LABORATORIES. V\f%'F.RSITY OF xA\SAS AUTHOR OF "A SY'STFJ( OF QVA6ITAT[VE a\ALYSI4.-, .'SA\ITARY AND APY'LIF:D CtiEMISTRti," ETC. 1'OOD 1'PODU , SECOND REVISED EDITION PHILADELP,i±A P.. BLAKISTON'S S0IN & CO. • 1012 WALNUT STREET , _ _.. _ ._......- - ~ / 2 2,
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. . ....:..__.. ,. ........ . .:., .:.. 50257 3006 ~ s N'T ;ta P,J?t CLASS I~O. PAMPIiLi:T Ilailey; J. A. ; Vincent, G. G. ; Ltur(len, T'.. S. (ldye CoJ.l., A.R.C. Plant Growth SLbctancc. SysteMic I'iio4i.c:idc~ Unit, :'yc, Asl:ford, k:r.•nt, Ct. P,rit.) D1TPI:1'I:aEc Fito'_•t NNI:COTYANA CLUT1NoS11,fLtil) THEIR EFFECT ON i'U:r'GAL GRO:•~Tei. Jour. Gen. ;ii.crobiol. 85, 57-64 (1974) (in EnSl.i.sh) *F:ey4lords:* sclarc~ol, t;rcen,, constituent:; 13-epi-•sclarew., green, consti tuent; sclareol, non-lcaf, constituent. *1975_ (*;o. 1, !7 35~ *d* Tot)3Cco C[1CIIi1Sti'Y: ~ l 0 n ") 0 ' 1 2 1
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50257 3007 ~, Emc~cicf c~~a C~ 1~~~ .~ ~ , Labeling Meat And Poultry Products 2 9 n 4 ,1 n ~ By j. W. l3AIr,I,Y~.l)V-Si
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50257 3004 _r y1 Re -81 S.P.~ (Jc )' ~l? ^ ~~A 94 SCRa Abslncls ~ . . 5) Nitrite in liuman :'aliva •C.ji.~ahner„` cT.W. Pattertwn, P.J. Cook, T.A. Johnson, ~ ~ S. Mittal, b.J. Mrver, D.H. Olive,'C. Saunders, Y. J.L. Sollender, M. .^..Ya1a, and S. West. Carson Nevman Co11eRe, Jrff.rsnn City, TN 37T60 and Eluefield ColleRe, Bluefield, VA 24605. If nitrite in saliva can contribute to the production of cancer, the level of nitrite in youths of high school and college age is ia- ) portant. A mean concentration of 3.8 ppm (as HaNO2) in 123 aamples taken 3 hours after ( lunch from 13 students at Maynardville High School fell between the 3+ ppm for 78 individ- ~ uala at Valters State Cormunity College and 64 for 20 high school etudents at Carson-Hevmen College in 1978 who gave sanples an hour after ~ lunch. In 1979, a group of 33 high school ~ students from 18 states and Puerto Pico who ate at the Carson-Nevmnn Colleve cafeteria gave samples before and after lunch and dinner ~ ~ on two successive daya. The average of the eight samples per person was 6.6 ppm, while j the median before-meal readinv vas only 4.4 !f ppw. Of 312 samples, all 34 that conteined less than 1 ppa were taken before meals and !f/ all 13 that contained 20 rFm or .+ore vere taken after .x als. tlitrite in rreen veve- tables was a susrectb reason er er- o !!1 nn f) I:~. a 9 h
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50257 3012 i ~ z ' 71.0 I3aglev,.Wi3}hm A}Sre.I. I^1^ - i Ba Facts and iiom to tina then,; u€;U1(}o to tiOitrCl's of 7nfoilll;s- J 1964 tioii and to the metli4xl of systematic rc=;rarch % 7~:}~ ed. trev. 1 ancl re}n•inteai Lonc}un, I'itnuan ~lSY~3: ~;. t< 13:i p. 19 cm. 1. Heference Nx,l:g. 2. Heve;irch. [. Title. '1.1035.I31-1 1958 028.7 31 -348 j 7.ibrnry of Congress ~tt3c}i 0 ' S `. l
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` 76 I Ma-$1 ON THE i%E1µ~DE! OOFTATTITUDETk CY-l'ALU: 50257 3015 ~.1 ~ . . 7.. ~ rj -y.' ~ R{ChL Y'd "P. Ba9022 V :•. Nassachusetts 1nstStute of Technology Sloan School of Hanagement E53-339 Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 June 1980 Running Title: Validity of Expectancy-Value Attitude
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.-.a'~aPila:.a;a~i w r ,•- JQlili:~4':i.~i3•L1~•.~ ~~ w~J.:•~i~J~(:r~ Yl;nl?~•~ •~/ r.• ~. ..ii i '. . 1 i i.v .. J : . Q 1 ._~ S .. . ~ .... i ~ r «2 r s'r"+ISI#Ttq€iR=: C1 u u ~~
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50257 3013 ]'];hCAIfON TT:XTS IN I.NORCANIC CHEMISTRY, VOL. 10 Rt;r The Cumistry of QD THE ACTINIDES 151 Sn 1973 S. t! hrland, K: .W. 13al;nr,i1, D. Brown, R. M. Dell, S. I-I. Eberle, C. I:c!)c•r, J. A. Lec, J. O. Liljcllzin, P. G.11-1; rJon, J. A. C. Marhlcs, G. W. C. 1l2iluer, G. Phillips, I'. E. Poticr, J. RydLc•rR Chaptcr 45 of Comprehensive Jnorganic Chemistry ~ J. C. PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD SYDNEY NE\V YORK PARIS . . TORONTO DRAUNSCfI1VEIG I3aI1ar, Jr. ~? I() (l fl t! 1 i~(7 r
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50257 2985 TOI;ACCO---SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING :HABITS--RELINQUISHING/ RJR CLASS NO. P1ISPIILET 77 X Ba3 Foreyt, J. P.; Wright, S. SI•iOKERS. (Baylor Coll.. ISed.; };PRC-TV, Houston, Tex., U. S.) SELF-DIRECTED TE2"tINATION OF EXCESSIVE CIGARETTE USE 10':ONG USTPEATF.D Jour. Behavior. Ther; Exp. Psychiat. $(No. 1) 71-74 (1977) (in English) ~ Slllllfllaf)'- F-1ft)' UIIC ICIICr1 fl uu furmcrl)• hJns•ICrnl SC'\'CrCI\' CICIIC'nCll'nt CIF;arCttC smokers \tCrC 1 anal)'icd for faiturs antl pn'cdures they thoughl to have been cffccliac for tcrntination of sntu1.ing. All rc+punArnls had +tuppcd smoF.ing without prufcticiun:J help. Most respondcnts ; uscd muUiplc tcrhni(lurs, bul thcrc ~ ac nu s)'~icmalic cluslcrinb ul thcsc mclhuds. C l:+` tl (l n 0 .
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11i9c Ba 1973 ARCli1,R 1:.t-S- j~EA-~ 73-0,ki`/--1:' --9 ~ l.SSE'SS`:I:N'1' OF POLYVINYL CIJLOI? IL)I; AS A PACKAGING M13.',CERIAL FOIZ DI:i'a'IhJ,I:f) SPIRI'I'S lZichar dh. G:,, I3a f lie; et aZ U. S . TFI:ASUF,1' DF.PART:11:?dT II`iTER'• : ; ~ ~* *~~ ~ , L }I ~Ir.,l,., ,,1?PVICI;,I3UPJ:AU OF I~~1:C01IOL, TOBACCO ~L'v'1) 1~'CI:F;:4IZ"•iS t;,~SiIINGTO';, D. C. JanuF3ry 17, 1973 Distributed by: U.S. Department of Col;unercc, National Technical Inforr.;a:ion Service 5285 Port Royal Poad, Springfield, Va. _ . . . . ....,,~ - -.-. __-
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50257 3018 Bat,tsen, ilans, 1901- Das '1N'a~s:r: Letrachhtngen iiber -ze.inca V"envenciur.':i,r- hiiusliclzo und indrnstrielto '/.wecke. lliincher, R. Ct1•.ii-c;- bourcy, 1952 (i. e. 1951, 143 p. llluy. 25 cm. 1. Water. ; TD330.B17 52--11033 Library of Congress -... e . . .... .•-_ T.~ -. _...- . . _ . . . . r•...-r-wr...r-~. ~ . _ ~ 1 f 1 0 () 0 1 2 21 1 ()
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50257 3010 _. .._.. .. CHFt0u.rlTOGfZAPitIC ANALYSIS--.TOL'ACCO. S?fOKI:/. _-_<.._....._ _.... -----. ~ ,.......... i~ 72 IX Te-73 TOBA:.CO--StSOR.F:--GAS CHROrlATOG?tAT'IIY/ : R1R CLASS :i0. 1'A.~fPIiL1:T 72 IX Te-73 -8agget"tW-S. ; "Sorie, G. P. (Tennessee E3stman Co., Re.s. Lab., Kingsport, Tenn., U. S.) PRI:PAPJ'iTIO:v OF WALL-COATED tL:D SU1'l'0 ;T-COATL•'D CLASS CAPILLARY COLMIS FOR CAS CHI'~O:Iu;TOGIu~'IiY. Tenn. Eastman Co., Kingsport, Tenn., FTR-18, 5 p. (1973) (in English) Analysis of cigarette smoke components. , *1973, No. 4, ld 1179* '`1m* Tobacco cher.dstry: . ..Y.,- . ...- . . ~.>,.~-a,-~.~ . . n 1 nf? no :~,
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50257 3019 LC S. C;ol cn.% nee Trcacer Reference Section, Science and Technology Division ',.". Library of Congress, 10 First Street, S.E., Washinjeton. D.C. 20540 ISSN 0090-5232 • ADMINISTRATION AND AtANAGENtENT OF SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL LIBRARIES I MeB -78 Compiled by Catherine Bahn: S.P.1 TB 76-1 March 1976 SCOPE: Administration and management literature relating to scientific and technical libraries--confined principally to the years 1970-1975. An introduction to the topic appears in: Strauss, Lucille Jackson, Irene M. S}:reve, and Alberta L. Brown. Sq~ent'fi apd technical libraries: their organiza- ~t ~rtion~ and admih~st(ation. 2d ed. New York, Becker and Hayes, 1972. 450 p. Z675.T3S8 1972* I ~ L_
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I1 Me 82 4'L1't=toP;,Et~T /1tlD ItPPLICAT1!),y OF' TERRESTP,I/1l_ FODD CIf~1IN S . P. 5- ~:ilus'~S TJ ASSESS HE_l1LTf1 RISf :S T0 h111N AND RELEASES 50257 2991 , OF POLLUTAt(TS 10 'lrE EfdVIROf1h1ENT* Research sponsored by the U. S. Department of Energy under contract W-7405-eng-26 with the Union Carbide Corporation. Stephen V. Y.aye, F. Owen Ifoffman, Laura M. McDowel l-Boyer, and..C~:'°'.Fre'd_ SAt=':: " :. Health and Safet Pesearch Divi io ' y s IAEA-Sfd-254/63 /63 n (•Ch~ ~/(~t; ~. Oak Ridge tJational Laboratory Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 This paper res•ie::s the development and application of mathematieal models used to predict the terrestrial food chain transport of pollrrt>nts of potential ir:portance to human health. A distinction is made between mooals developed specifically for assessment applications and models which may function as research tools. Differentiation is also made bet:•:een models whose structure is based on steady-state relationships among food chain co:r- partments and dynamic models developed to simulate food chain and pollutant kinetics. The -;tren3ths and weaknesses of these models are related to the , needs of the model user, the availability of relE•v,int data for parameter ~ quantification, and the feasibility for model validation. For assessmon". purposes, an optimum level of structural eanple>;ity will he achieved when ail parameters are readily n,easurable and predictive error due to unforeseen cor- relations among par--n:eters is small. The optiruum level of sia,plification, 0 1( J 0 n j#' 2 ?. fn* 3
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i' U V L) j () 0 • n`•zBtl:iit3 1. ? ~~? Ti U~ e s vi:^ i^-••?a:1l~i 2{~i~) ha~t~ F~ a~ P 1$ - (+,qsi'3 A7Ufi11J«UX •ild S LA ( . lZOE LSZOS
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50257 3020 80 II Ey-81 CANCER--CAUSATION BY PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS/STRESSR ERSONALITY/ S.P. Stress and cancer: The state of the Part 2 art .. CLAUS BANNir BAHNSON. Ph.D. c . (3) ao~- 9 c19PIJ ~' . .?l3 ABSTRACT: This paper reviews the evidence for specific personal- ity and ego-defensive characteristics of cancer patients. The stress of loss and depression when combined with these personality fac- tors seems to increase vulnerability to clinical cancer. A blind statistical sorting of cancer patients versus matched control pa- tients on psychological items alone yielded results that bear promise for future psychological screening procedures. Three possible psyehosomatic interveni_n_g p_rcttes_se .c__se_ are reviewed in orderAo provide su gestions for mor4 spc~ific re ~~arch into the effects of pers~~alit~ aria thf~ stress o'depression•fin vulnerability to cancer: relevant neurologic, endocrine, and imniunologic data . . . ~ . ,tI7.. -,zo physiologic processes (neurolog- ic; endocrine; and immunologic). Personality patterns The personality studies of cancer patients focus mainly on repres- sion, denial, "poor emotional out- let," and a characteristic lack of self-communication. It should be noted at once that several investi- gators who have emphasized the role of depression and loss in these
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I I 50257 3014 YrRCAMAON T::1:TS IN INOP.GlNIC CHI:MISTRY, VOL. 15 RRI' D1C Chemistry of ' QD 151 1973S ri SULPHUR M. Schmidt and V6'. Siebert Sj'EjLE-qNlUM, rr'F-jI:LURlUM AND POL ONI UM I K.YV~: ~~~nail } Chapters 23 and 24 of --Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry J. C. Bai] ar , Jr. PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD . NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS . BRAUNSCHWEIG \/, 7 IJ ~:~/%t crLLt~'G~ ~%'~r Ci t~'rh1 f.~ G! ~ZAJ ~- }Y.;Y`Ii+,¢~~^n!.. JC t~ 1O r1 n Cl l~,~ ~~
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50257 3021t QD " 'Railar, John Christi:an, 1sN~1-- ed. 471 Il jie chealistT)• of the coor(1iv;1t10I'i cotill)oli::(i`. D!A1' y1i. I f. ~ Busch, edito:ial aEsistant. New Yoriic, ?.cinholci Pub. Corp., 1056. x, 8`t•i p. itius. 24 cm. (American Cl:emical cociety. Jlonograpn series, no. 131) Bibliographical footnotes. 1. Coordination compounds. (Series) QD-471.B23 5-11.39 56-5686 Library of Congress ~ L57dz1Qt 0 1 () n o -() tP.3 1 6
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p.1ecoph. Vol. 116 (1978), llirkhiiuscr Vcrlag, Basel 50257 3017 Measurement of O(' D) Formation by Ozone Photolysis in the TII nttz-7s s,P, Troposphere 'PP '.6:3 7-~ * L By~~yG and U. SCIIURAT)t' i•. r ~lbstrocr-An actinontctric niethod to determine the rate constant k,r, of O('D) formation by ozone photolysis in the troposphere and at higher altitudes is presented. N20 is used as a scavenger gas fot o(ID), and the molecular nitrogen rrodu;-t measured after gas ehroniatograrhic separation. First results nf the method for ground lcvel and for 26.km altitudc are,reported and compared with theoretical estimates of k,,, for these le~•els. The attention of scientists has recently been focussed on the possibility of ozonc reduction in the up her stratosphere by anthropoeenic halocarbons, specifically bN freons (Raa•LAr;D and MOt.tt.A, 1975). The consequences of such a reduction would be increased UV radiation between 290 and 320 nrn (the UV-B region) at the earth's surface. It is reasonably well established that this would enhanue the probability of skin cancer formation (Com+rrrrLt: ON IMPACTS OF STRAZOSPtttaur• CHANGE, 1976). Other consequences for the bioshhere are less well established. The relative cffect of sunlight in the UV-B range on bioloFical syslem~ ^^-'
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50257 2996 Technical Assoc. Papers Series XXIV,/114-8(1941) j iLl- Weproduction of v~~IV f ~o~~. -~~~ ,'~`t~~~~~~ Elements ®f vSug ar CanevBap--,asse" By S. X). Wolla' anc3 Ion,~ph E. Atchison' • Abotract !t is rossible to scparatc the yitlt cclfs Jront tlst lbroffs clctricttts of stlq(tr caflc hagassc ly rtteatts of a prclirnittary rod-rnill Ircatutcnt 76111 h hot sodiwn hy- droside, falrtri,cd by a scree,ti,tn orcrotiort otl a gyra- tory scrtert. The o/4imutrt cottdition.c for the t•od- tttill trcattncslt are: 151,"v cottsistc,rcy, 9°fo of sodium hydroxidc on thc basis of tltc tltoisttrre-frcc bagasse, otsd a duration of ?0 trtiruttcs at 95 to 97 deg. C. 77te f brous /ortiort ntoy be cooked by the soda or kraft process, gi:~irt girtg abotlt 24°,"0 of Llcacltcd pulr.suit- oblP for use in high-grade book or borrd papers. Tlte ritlt may be mt.red zvitlt kraft rulp to trodtace a porerboard with all the slrettgth prote)•ties (c.rccrt tearing resistance) sltoiu:rtq att tutprnvement or1cr those of a krtiff t~Qcr~rorb /)rantt,rclt a~c 70 "o /itlft utay bc usrd. ` 7'ltc f~r}sctt o f'tlte ~~itlt acttlarly frr- ereascs tltc sti17rtess of tltc ta fcrGoard aud iraprovcs :i. ..AAnn.•n..~. .nu.1 M anr.rrnlif . and are suitable for manufacture into high grade pulp and paper. Ilowever, in a.idition to the fibers, there is an apl)reciaLle amount of short, nonfibruus celis or pithy material NN•hich has a* very low felting power. If left in the pulp, these cells render it u)ore difficult to bleach, tend to sloW tll) the beaten stock excessively, decrease the strengtl) properties greatly, and make the product unsuitable for conversion into high-f;rade paper.' llil;estion of the pithy mnterial consumes much more of the chemical than does the liller, yet it yicids but little chcmical pulp. Olt the othcr hand, if the hith is removed and discarded, the yield of PttlP from hat;asse is entirely too loNt' to 1)erntit ccrniomic productiolt. 11any investif;ators have advocated sel)a- ratiott of tlte fibrcms clements from the pith, (1, 2) bul tto~tc have attentirtctl to lxlt such a 1)rucess into conr t4 tuc.itial opcration hecause there was no use fur the pith. I1s a result of this, many mills have failcd itt their atteml)t to 1)rotluce a salahle paper frorn :
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50257 3023 /CnNCER--U. S./ LuNCS--CANC r•.F/ cnNCf:r.--prc.,ST r.vr 1 RnC: / /CANCER--PhARYNX/ CANCrR--STO:1ACj1/ CAtvt;1:R--P,P.1:AST/ cAtic1•:1Z--cr,RVIX/ RC ~ 276 Ba ~f1 ° 1,.1 F! `~.] \`Z: 7 1'J611 rJohn C; Bailar, itl, M.D. Haitung King, Ph. D. !'+Rarie Joy Mason, M.D. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH, EDUCATION, AND WELFARE Public Health Service National Institutes of Health t (j ! () n n () I
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" 50257 3008 XX t4.er'-C-220-75 C.:lif. . AFr. 28(9) 18-19(1'J7ri NAA &P~'c,~U~i.~ H~~T~~~~~I T H 0 N SIEOtwtr, bL 0HVCs, P®rrieg1•anates, prunes, ,~~luats, and walnuts J. It. LARUE • G. S. SIBBETT • fs1:"S. BAILEY L. B. FITCIi • J. T. YEAGER • Di. GERDTS S tTEnAL FRUIT CROPS grown in Cal- ifornia's San Joaquin and Sacra- ntento \''alicys have annual proLlctns of profuse sprout and sticker ~rowth from the trunk, cro~an, and roots close to the tree base. Thcse sprouts become very eontpetitice arld ecentually disrupt growth and tree shape. Sprouts inter• fere with cultural and harvest opcra- lions and thus reduce yields and fruit quality. To prc%cnt these problems fruit brurv- ers currcntiy remove sprouts either by hand ruh6Ln, or pruning at Irast once cach year. Thr operation is di0ic•ult and exurnsicc. In addition. prunine near or Aaplication of an ethyl ester formulation of N,4A to tree sprouts and suckers at rates of .5°; to 1% solution resulted in grov:th sup• pression on olives, pontegranates, prunes, plums and walnuts. Root<tork sprouting, is also a prob. Icm in nursery operations. Again, re• mmal of unwanted, competitive oro%,th is cxpc•nsive and tirne consuming, and a faster, simpler and less costly method i+ dc<ircd. Rrccnt invt•stic•atinns and rrnnrts have area. In 1973,-;i"utarP County and U.C. l),tcis tc-sds wcrc conducted to cvaluatc NAA on r`litc, pomc,ranatc, plu;u and prunc (lfarianna 2G21 rootshocl:) in orchard situations and black walnut (/uGlans hindsii) root~tock in the nur- scry. The two forrnulation,; c,erc com- parcd as a spray trcatmrnt at 50 gals per acre and as a hand "paint-on" ap- pliration, with 50rl'<; l.Itcx paint addcd to the solution. Sprout h'ngth at applica• tion timc varied with the crnp. At Dncis, applications v:erc made to root sprouts cut back to two inchcs. In unc 7'ulare County plnnl tcst, sprouts werr rnt hnrk rn Itlr• trpr hnar or nrnunrl I n ti
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81 X WaI 50257 3029 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ CIGARETTES--AIR DILUTION/ SMOKING HABITS--MEN/TOBACCO--SMOKING--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD, RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Wal Wald, N. J. ; Idle, M. ; Boreham; J. ; !,* (ICRF Cancer Epidemiol. Clin. Trials Unit, Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford; BUPA Med. Cent., London, Gt. Brit. INHALING HABITS AMONG SMOKERS OF DIFFERENT TYPES OF CIGARTTE. Thorax 35, 925-928 (1980) (in English) Inhaling habits were studied in 1316 men who freely smoked their usual brands of cigarette. An index of inhaling was-calculated for each person by dividing the estimated increase in carboxyhaemoglobin level from a standard number of cigarettes by the carbon monoxide yield of the cigartte smoked. Smokers of ventilated filter cigarettes inhaled 82Z more than smokers of plain cigarettes, and those who smoked unventilated filter cigarettes inhaled 36% more. Cigarette consumption was similar among smokers of each type of cigarette. Assuming that the intake of tar and nicotine is proportional to Ct i^0 n n 1 ?. 3 2 1
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50257 3030 ! -~ Il~eiley, Ciyua T{azo;d., 1n37- 'I'he constituents of n•heat and wheat products, by C. II. Bailey ... New 1 ork, Reinhold publishin ; corpor .tion, 1L7 ? r. 332 p. !ilua., d!ngrs. 233°. (American chemical society. Monograph series. t:Io. 960 filbliographlcal foot-notes. L SVheat. ' 44-4478 Library of Congress ~ TC3r,6.S"~ g133 Q___ ' 1201 ~3S.J37 . '~ r ~ ~ ~ ~n C~ ~i) ~t~ ~i ~~, ~~.~ .~
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~ VI 50257 30 31 ~ `O19o8 D. G. X J-)l::t Y.rii Cu:i't:f; Of r.•r_v . r Gi:v +(~. by ~ D. /~ v iV77 U• Bai.le;d, J. 11. ^•lsz:1 ~>tc t`.. 7. S: il~par-; :.. l
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50257 3026 Thnrax. 1981. 36, 366- ,, , 'IX Re2-81 s.p. Carbon monoxide in breath in relation to smoking and carboxyhaemoglobin levels NICHOLAS J\4'ALD, MARIANNE IDLE, JILLIAN BOREHAAt, ANDALA~.is1 BAILEY' From ICRF Cancer Epidemiology and Clinical Trials Unit, RadclilJe ln/~innary, Ox/ord, and BUPA Medical Cenrre, London ABSTRACr Carboxyhacmoglobin (COI1b) levels were studied in 11 249 men. The distributioc among the 2613 men who smoked cigarettes was well separated from that in 6641 non-smoker: (including ex-smokers). The distribution for 2005 cigar and pipe smokers was intermediate. though sonie of the highest COFIb levels occurred in cigar smokers. Using a COEib cut-ofi level of 2%, 81 % of cigarette smokers, 35% of cigar and pipe smokers, and 1•0% of non-smoker~ had raised COHb levels. In a subsidiary experiment alveolar air samples were collected from 16: smokers and 25 non-smokers using a simple breath sampling technique. Carbon monoxide cor centrations in alveolar breath were highly correlated with COl lb levels (r=0•97) indicating th COHb levels can be estimated reliably by measuring the concentration of carbon monoxid: breath. Alveolar carbon monoxide me~.suremcnt is thus a simple method of estimating whe: a person is likely to be a smoker. 0 1 0 0 () 0 1 2 3 1 A
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50257 3034 Neurath, H1[ts, 160^- ed. Tbe proteins: chemistry, biolo:,ricll activity, and methods; edited by lIans Neurath (and, Eennetn Bailey. New York, Academic Press, 1953-Sy a v. !n 3 illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Proteins. t. Bailey, Kenneth Claude. 1806- joint ed. u. Title. QD431.N45 Library of Congress *547.92 547.8 52-133G6 153k10~ n 0 n o 1 2. 3 2 Cl
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T~. 50257 3032 ~ I3a4 ~1(1968) . ...... n,. 3) {:~~~eu~ Sf;v~'~ c~ ~? ! 0 0 () -il 1 2 :
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50257 3025 fCIIEDtISTP.Y, INORGANIC-Vols. 1-24; 26-27 t;tll'CC:RrAI, BUAi2D v( 0;11O('CIlCi1S11'C IIlOI',~anic C11cnlistiy -Aii JR., UrGun, ~ ~.~P1:P,G,,TION T>.:?~TS IN INORGANIC ClIrPfISTRY, Vols. 1-24; ;26-27 ~... REF QD 151 Sn 1973 NON" ~.} .t '..J ICHI® TVIETRT't... ft COMPOUNDS D. J. 11I. Rovzn TUNGSTEN BRONZES, VANADIUM BRONZES AND ~ RELATED -COMPOUNDS / P. Tlagemmillcr Chapters 49 and 50 of Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS BRAUNSCf-1\t'EIG r
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50257 3038 AMERICAN ENTERPRISE INSTITUTE FOR PUBLIC POLI.CY RESEARCH SERIES/ ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ MORBIDITY/ECONOMICS, MEDICAL/MORTALITY/ HEALTH/ RA 410 Ba 1980 Reducing Risks to Life Measurement of the Benef its STDIES IN GOVERNMENT REGULATION ~ ~~ailey 3~~'. 0 ` i~ 0 ~-~ rj ~ ArrReric,In Elterpfise Institute for Public Policy Research ~ Washington, D.C.
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50257 3037 ~ '3'ho. L. H. pailey Hc~,t.c'a•i.Lm 14.1 S4 ..;....'~G'. , .... ~.,. 4.,: ...;v.1 .~ti~ig > t ~SC: n. Y ~i. r o n tj 1 2 3 :?
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; f_) ~ f .; 50257 3035 `1v?3 B i 1 I3~~;iley, Liberty f[yde, ~,(j. 'Thi' stan(l;ll•(1 c.•('1;>hsli;( of hl,rtil•llltury; a lii:=cuWm:, f.,;• , tlle i:11lQ:tel1:', %ill(1 the I1l'(lles.i1o11;i1 ;lllll C(>IlJtll( 1'l.'I;I I rl'n1('('1 c,F t11ee lilfalc;, C'11;1i;1Cte1'Iht:l'S and ltletlltl(lti of Ctlltll';ItJI)Il of tN Sl)eCieS of l)l;lliti g1'1ml la tJte T('rlon5 of tl!P j JlJted StAm, II,1(2 C;UI;t(l;l for OP11tiTliPlit, tn;' tl'iil('\', foI' fl'lllt %iR(1 fot• QehJtADhsj Ath 1:Pys to tlle Ilat?IC;Il f7:111111C's and in'Jtt'i't!, descriptions of the !.~.r~i uilnl;~1 cahalliliries ef tlle A:1teS wi provinces encl dependent. isl,in(ls, ,z!ui sketche:; of enlil:ol,r llorticulturists, b~• L. TL i~;lili ~•. 111n~tr;lt(~(l ~~ ith ~~nlel'~-I1 `)) (Continued on next cant) .. ~ • (sC3d~1 ~:~ 7 ncl n tt 1 2
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I 50257 3039 ELECTRODES/RLT:CTROCT1f:11ICAL ANALYST.S/1 S53 Ba 1976 ANALYS IS WITH bNS-SELE C TsVE _ ~ ELECTRODES .,; PETER L: "BAILEY~ Electronic Instruments Limited Richmond, Surrey 2 :4 I 0 I () 0r1 Cj f LONDON • NEW YORK • RHEI'iVE
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50257 3042 QD 305 Ba 1982 OZONATION IN ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Volume II Nonolefinic Compounds or) 1982 7,11_.,._ 'Phlh F' ~ y~'Bt~rlQ~~~i~ ACADEMIC PRESS Department of Chemistry A Subsidiarv of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers The University of Texas at Ausl 0 Aus{ip, Texas~ New York London Paris San Diego San Francisco Sao Paulo I
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50257 3040 OZ0N1:/OLEFINS/ CHEMISTRY, ORC;ANIC/ OR(;ANIC CHF.*tISTRY, A SERZFS OF MONOGRAPHS, VOLUME 3a-I/ Fdttors • QD O~(l`~~f~.T~~ ~~j ~~,T Z fLIL Jl j`V .{ ? j;~~ Alfred T. Rdomquist and ,LJ.` Harry I{. Idlsserman 305 r Ba 1978 O~~.rL~~r`~1EC ~;H~ ~~1~~~~~S ~ ~rw~ VOIUD1C I UICf IlIC COI-Dj)O(.lI1dS I J) ~ . n ~ .PITi111~ -~';. ,13uilcy Urparnncrtt of C'hcnlistry The Univc>rsity of Tc-xn.c at Austin Austin, Texus Editorial Advisor: bYALTL7Z TRA11iiNOVSKY Iowa State University of Science and Technology Ames, Iowa (iACtA.DF.1 '-l}PR7 ,~11c~L•'SS%-.Nru, Ya-k San Prcuccisco nclott 78 A SubsiJiaiy of ltarcotut Brace Joranovich, Publishers
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;1Jf"- 1lfF C:r^I - 75 VIT. Col 50257 3050 BULK liAT1,ZNGt OI' 'FC!3l,Ci..G. Collecti.c;n of mzsceilancou: u:atc:y'i_a1. =S<'r-..,.f . 0, 1 n o - i 1 n 1 2, S t ! 2
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50257 3048 17;Th t:.I_A:3G N0 ,-TLXTkt(:1(:iI< HU 6{r' Hu 1982 Hu1 s:l(1ghl,X) , (E?(:I,) j BaIldS1,V:' (t•'4:1 ,) j MAKT.Nta PUL..L..tJT1:CIN PREVC=.NT1ClN PAY; ECOLOGY WITH ECONOMY AS Pa i_. :c c: Y, . . .. ~~ ij ~J (:? r' "_•i ~~ r' (:.' 4ii f.? Il t(?f:~ <3 t <:1 !i:y f'1 ~7 p S:i :1. u M ~'1f?.~.(:~ 1. Il ~~5~a fl'.:i t0 f l.....:) i].~(:.' Pl , N,C, May 2C, 2"I, 1902 F' er• c_a <3 M O r1 P r• ess, New Y or• k, NY, t:3 2,(XN ; I::: NG,) IGN ^ 7273 4 I i 1 n(1 f.1 1 2 .S 4 (l
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50257 3044 / IY/1 321. B .;~ L Bailey.li W Olir;osacvharides; a comprelhensive accouritt of all known sugars of the oli7osaccii;iricle cl:,ss of coMhouIlcls, by I;. <<". 1i.tiiley. llst ecl.l Oxford, \e«• York, Yer' ganion Pre>•5; idistributed in the Western IfeniispLere by the AI:icmillan Company, \ew York, °l0G51 vii, 17,10 p. 2-4 cm. (International series of monographs on pure and appl:ed bioloay. Division: Biochemistry, v. 4) Includes bibliographical references. 1.Oligosaccharldes. (ceries) QD321.B17 1965 -~ 547.7815 Gt-23GSJ Library of Congress ~ t14-11
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50257 3027 Tf)BACCn--SMOKTNf;--C4RBO~T M0NnXTDF CONTENT nF THF R1Or)n/ SMOKING & HEAT,TFI/TnRACCO--SMCKING--HEAT.TH EFFECT/ 78 X Wa RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 X Wa Wald, N. ; Idle, M. (Radcliffe Infirmary, DHSS Cancer Epidemiol. Clin. Trials Univ., Dep. Reguius Prof. Med., Oxford; BUPA Med. Cent., London, Gt. Brit.) CARBOXYHAEMOGLOBIN LEVELS AND INHALING HABITS IN CIGARETTE SMOKERS. Thorax 33, 201-206 (1978) (in English) ; *Keywords'•* carbon monoxide, smokez. -consti.tuen_ t._.-_-___ ~ ~ -- - - -- -- In 520 men N%-hu currently .mnkcd only J cigarcltcs, cilrlto\yllacniu;•luhin (CO111i) Icvcl. wcrc nlrasurcd ae ai nlcthud of caimatinr thc {} cxtcnl to which cil~arcltc ~mokc was inh;iletl;~nd thr•rc.ull. ~~•cro comp.u'~•tl with the .nwkcrs' own nsscs.mcnl of their inhalin^ hnhits. Ttlc mean ('011b lct•cl aftcr stundardising for Ihc ~ ntimbcr of cipnrctlcs smol :d hcforc the blood Ic,,t on thc day of tile test was 4•0 % in il sclf-dcvcribcd non•inhudcrs. Thi% vvas nluch hiehcr than tlic nlran Icvcl uf U•7'/, in 1891 similar non-smokers, but not vcry tlifTcrcnt fronl thc stanclardi.cd mcan lrvcl, of 52'/., i and 5•6% 111 mcn \0ho .ald tllcy inhalcd ai;•htly. rno; cnitcly, or deeply. rcapcctivcly.'1-hc t incrcasin,+; Ucncl in thc C011b l.•.vrk of nlrn in the fuur sclf-dr.cribed inlr.din.- catc.prics (nil to + ducp) was small but stativtic:,lly hi0ily sil;nilici+nt.'fhe data from this tilutly may hclp to cxplain j sonlc of the amumalotu cpiilcmiolu,;ical results tr'-,nrdins tile n•latiunship hclwcctl i sclf•tlcscrihcd iulialin hahit.arnl tile tlcvekof+mcnl of cliscatics ncsociatcd with smoking, such ns coronary hcarl discavc and lung canccr_ 0" 1,Q, 0 n o 1 23 1'00
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fii+I;F'y ~.z~OIL ANi3 FAT- Pi;l'~llL'crS. 3.c,. .~::. 50257 3049 .aac:`i:) D^.nlaa. Sc,d-) ~ .:: : Cl.ty«u~ ~~?z':~:'S OIL h1~ ~' x a?~ 3 r d 1,D;.. T ; 3.964 1s:03~a1.~.J11V1 J (Sv1.h~y} haw Xork Int rs .J.c=~~~ O - - ~ . ~ . .. .. ~., .~ ..,... ,,..~. . , i . i? 0 () () I ~'. :~ E~ I
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50257 3046 HD 69 Ba 1978 PDDL CREATIVE THINKING/ENGINF,ERINGjMM~AGEMENT--PI,ANNING/ .~l~.~. ~ ~.iJ. by DE ~to I Ye r tw,,-*Yf.aB a i i e y, ~ Associate Professor ''"`] ~~ °~~ Tro Department of Electrical En ineering ®~'y~ "- ~'~ ~ `ili' ~''~ ~'~'~ ~ University of Florida, Gainesville ~ ANN ARBOR SCl ENCE PUBLISHERS INC . P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR, MICH. 48106 ~ L./ t I fl 0 t
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50257 3051 I hH~y~.icai]~ v. . 1962 1A'~ S I,. Fcr.3<r.FS . y •. ,. ,
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VI y ; tin Ba~lov~ D.. jt. Aa~. 50257 3052 C.' 3.l n s F ZAl
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50257 3036 Paile-v,.Libez'iy. Hyde, c1l. I"hl: stctntl;ird cyclo- p<<lia nf hu;•t:c,iltttt•v ... (Card •?) plates, fottr thmnwanil in the test, ;tnrl ninet.N--SiX full-pa ~,e cuts ... 1'P.w Yol'I:.7'Iic \[,icmill.ut compnr~•, 3 v. col. fronts.. llluy. (incl. porta., maps) platey Ipart cot.) 27 cm. Paged continuously. "Yotnilar edition, publisht,t Octntwr. 1935: Koceniher, 103-); Oc- tober, 1037." First puhllslied tmder title: Cyclnpedta of Amerlcan hnrticulture. "Horticulture, Literature of" • v. 2, p. Li'4-15P;L. 1. Gardening-Dictionaries. t. Title. SB-l5.T?17 1937 G',0.3 39-2 17G Library of Cvndm: ~ l ,ia~i3d}~ . ~
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. 50257 3047 ,aQc ,311 ,. ;;da ~ x,(Jt. Author) t: a;,~aa , D. L . SF.LI:CTu.J VAa.GZS O? (;':?~ a'.'_Gr?YL''A::IC ,~ " V:.4PLZn'I"S P:~'"T Y Ta o. '.^'Z R„x~ ~''ia.~~ .. . . ~. . ...:,,:.r ~ .: ~: d ~... .~ . C".? b; • D. D, Y' ' :;7 Ho S C t2unaiil 'L..;. llepartment of Co:-t_,•rce, ;Iat-c:nat. Bu,:c;lu vr Stand.ards, Tt-Nc::nict.x Nc*e 270-37 ) ~'7o-Y- T--;'UIcS 35'S3 j i7u5jG'/)!9 124 pages U.S. Denatitne;ax of GaTM``~~^~, ivational Bursau of Standurds, h'as:~,_,/.:on, 0. C. S I 0 ! I ieA 1 E9 ~15.'.1 9
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TS 2240 B 50257 3055 , , - i~TO rllltlll):?A b; ' Ue 5.i{ lOV r a:Cl 1'l. fiQf~O';r 5D £f : - ;fa?.,~•.~i~:., prMpAxed) c.a,3.ic'tc uarlarh U~isbls c, ~j f~ ~ tl 1 2 :.~ ~~ 7
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50257 3057 ~« I =0 fff RJ'It CLASS NO, TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ba 1901 aSELECTED WORKS ON T(lE+A(::Cq. Bulgarian Acadc:!My of ar_ienc:ea,aofia, E+ul.qaria,423 p. ,i31 ,(:CN ; RUS.) ISN = 5007 () I () () n n i ;o 3 ll 9
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50257 3058 ' TOI3ACC0--IIISTORY/TORACCO--S'tOKING--FAVORAP,LE LITERATURE/ 'TS 2240 Ba 1953 TOB"ACCO in •/Sol?g alld Sto7y J3y'JOHN BAIN, Jr. Ncw York Tbc New York Public Libraiy 1953 . ~, U 4 t7 f) n() 12 z =; n , i
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78 III Re2-79 50257 3043 /a ~ Identification of effcct.s, and confounding patterns ~ j~MSnefril:a (L377)~64~ 2e_PP:~47--54 printsd in Grea1 1Tritain BY It. A. IiAIL .,~F. II. L. GILCHRIST ~ g Department of Sedtistic~, Ilniversity of EdinLurgh .eiti-n II. D. PATTuP.SOV f Agricultural Research i;ouncYd Unit of Statistics, ~ D'ntiveraidy of EdinLurgh F SUMMZRY \ 0 "tl method is developed for identifying effects and confounding patterns in factoris,l designs generatFd by Patterson's (1976) Dsrax al;orithm. The method is an extension of that com- monly nsedd for symmetricai designs n-ith prime nu_mimr of levels. 8ome )•,ey +Dorda: A)insing; Asymmetrical fr,ctori3l dmigm; Confounding; DeAign genorutiun; Fructional tcpiic~atioii; Symmotrical fuotoiinl desiga; 7_`,eat:mant effeet. 1! . h2:TI:UDIICITON ~ dc KisbP~~ (1~0),•;fsosa ;1,~~7) e.nd Ir'.crnpthorno (1947) described tho construction of '•~ ~ •~A ~-) r_- r•.T in factorial designs ~„
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I 50257 3053 p_q 14 tXC•:! C>.ti" i,2c .l.eiaL't?:Ja)n ty Po aa rri if.o ~ t ,.~.~..., r f?.;i~fY'OS.Ca't"'.:'Fi. C+C13"~?~i'Jw Y'~.?2d'J.23 f~.J :_`~C~l~~°~',8/ Ct11.f?c^.t`~3 CiCs'3 Ii:J~j .. In QDY«."ize Itt r r, k l., . kJ. ..) t.. 1 R.~ . ~.. d
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50257 3045 lliornchi/:,, (tn77), Gt, a Gs7-On3 Tiinlyd i„ Urrnl Itrilain - Pat:tcI'Ils of confounding ir.- factorial designs ]3Y R: AI"3117LEM Dcpartmort of Slalislics, UnizersifJ of ZalinLzirgh SUbIMA1tY A method is clevelolled for i(lentifyint; confouil(lecl effects in faciurial dc;;it;ne, tVhet}lcr nynlmctricrll or asynllnetrlcal, arranged in uliy of tlio simhlo bloc:k tltrncttlres dcscribed b}- NClclcr (1t1Gli).'J.'lle dual )lrocess 1;ivcs a methocl of c:onstructing factorizl designs with specifiN llatterns of confowulI3o111 mcthocls are cx tensions of tlloso conlmonly uf,ccl for sy minetrica'. factoriill lleslg118 \57t1t 11r1I11C nU111bGr of levels and a Elll& bloclc enteE;ory. Somc kcy urorda: Alins; AHymniota-ic+ll factorial dcsi~l; 731oc1c r.trlcturo; Collfooncli-ng; DeBrring conirnst; l)cniF;n lcey; Fractional rci>licato; 83innletric:al factorial '!'rontrnent eSfect. 1 t l. IN ~ itol1C1C7'1 oN 13:(ilc)', Gilcl;rist &• Patt(:1':'clll (1977) described a nletllod of dividing tlle facatnlent dcglr.e, of f,•ceclonl for, ny factr~r;,ll clcsiUn into Lolno;eucous ort,;ogonal subsets. This generalizes thc: ln0 lloJ 1lf We119 411 nlxl IQ lllis orne (1 9 -t7) for cylnnlctrical c',cbns NN, ith hrime nllmb cr ol tn~L lr`.v('lt.Tllo lil;t; two al)(11(1Pf; ilc~t`.!1 tii,i/n rrr•rn»n/r;no 1n rnlnl.n 1.11A P(lllfllull(lltw 1)1tt(:1'11 r ~ i:
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_....__ ~ _ 50257 3066 MEASUREME;:T OF CIGARETTE SMOKE DEPOSITED IN DOGS BY A METHOD SIMULATING HU~iAN SMOKING, To The Council for Tobacco Research, New York (Nov. 1967) by A. P. Wehner; W. J. Ba..iT; J. F. Park; W. A. Haller and A. C. Case-(BattelZe Memorial Institute, Pacific Northwest Laboratories, Richland, Wash.) see FGC f iles F;
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50257 3067 x E aA„ `ia. C.J ?~:1 . TilnZ•.Cl. ;::Tt1 i:'t':'!"iEP.r,i, Sa.pz:?S;:CL' CCll.4t)t:?' 1, 12 0 ! 1 o i 2 3
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50257 3065 1221 ' t,~ 3a~r~ellc ~(orfi~,w~s~ ~ ~ PLUTOIiIlJt1 II1tIr1l.l1TlOti STLIDIES' ' LECTURE 1 7GCIIIdOLQGY USED_Iti PLUTQ'alUl4 Iti6'.AtATIOtLSTUDIES* Princa:pal In1;ssttiJators: J. F. Paa';-, B. 0. Stuart, D. 11. iliLlard, W.. J. Bair ; 1.1 t~ 3 1.. ~ R .7 I t~ r
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.'; ":r.,o- 75 ``.1'. 50257 3064 ~~ 'h:'-~~T'HL. r.T :~ ,~'.elo- s.,?. CLASS ~ : •<G. F . t•;ch:-:er_, A. P. i?aller, lV. A. ; C<isc., A. C. (l',att:el ]e, }'< .xi ic :'t,r.tiiwest: I,c,b., Y•iol. D: p. , Rj.cttl2.nc:, i'Jash., U. S. ) ')'_:~'i)STt •_`IO•, •' OF ~•:~~"".~~ ~;);:-L.A.'.;I:T I;U CIG~,I.G': Tf; S"Mi"?;:fi I": DC1L S. . :,~~,~... Jc;ur. A; pl. i'h:-A:ol. 37 (No. 1>) 6;30--33 (Oct. 1974) (in English) >::;cywordS: tabnCCO, a;iditive; a.~ ~--~:;yoninn, tobacco, acllitive; 1r'sGriicrr:, tc,;,acco, additive. :,n74) in. 243 93"5" 'cl': _ . '~? J Tobacco raeciic.ine :
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RJR CLASS NO. I'AMF'}{LI:T 75 VII My . 50257 3069 Myers, J. M. ;'Bafrd;' C. ll: ; Clark, F. (Institute Food Agr. Sci., Univ. Fla., Gainesville, I'la., U. S.) I3ULIC ~URING T013ACC0 I~I.TH RANDOM LEAF ORIENTATION. 5oi1. Crop Scff. Soc. Fla. 1972 (No. 31) 19-21 (1972) (in English) I !,? 3 R l I
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50257 3070 Aaird;"C. D. (Jt. Authcr) '.•Y~r•., ~,s. ' . ,f . :=i, t „ F ~Y .~ C. O n1 !`i
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50257 3077 SUGARCANE/CITRUS IND[.ISTRY/' ,/CDITFT:/STRASJR?:RRY P1.AN'1'S/ CF.REALS /PLMiTS--1iRLrDING/ PLANT CELLS AND TISSUE---CULTURE/ Applied and F undamental Aspects of QK 725 Re 1977 .0 I 'c ) 0 'n i r i Plant Cell, Tissue, and Organ Culture Edited by J Reinert an&:Y..P:S.` B'ajhlj°`=~' Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York 1977 i
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, 77 111 r<c-'77 I 50257 3075 ANNALS OF THEihQEW YORK I ~ ACAAFMY O c ..CII;NCES VOLUME 147, ART. 16 PAGES 3-625 July 21, 1969 NEW CIiEMICAL PROCESSES OF~. fON011GRS IN TIiE UNITED STATES AND JAPAN Consu(ting Pditor YOSI IIYUKI O1W10T0 AUTI IORS M.M. BAIZER, C.I. FUJIMOTO, J. IIAPPEL, Y. ITO, L. KRALfER, S. MATSUDA, R.H. WILEY F,'diloria! Director Editor-in-Chief PI;TER D. ALBERTSON MARC KRAUSS NEW YORK PUBLISHED BY THE ACADEMY July 21, 1969 ~ I v ;
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~ - 50257 3061 VOL. 6, N0. 11 CEOPHYSICAL RESEARCN LETTERS III Du2-80 S.P. ,Y-j -7 --/ 0 NOVEMISER 1979 fci HIGtt RESOLUTION ABSORPTION COEFFICIENTS FOR FREON-12". J. M. Hoell,'W,'Fli:`gair, C. Harward*, and B. Willivns NASA Langley Research Center, Hampton, VA 23665 *Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA 25508 Abstract. Ultra high resolution absoprtion coefficients of the Q-branch of Freon-12 (CC.12F2) have been obtained using tunable diode laser spectroscopy. Continuous spectra are pre- sented from 1155 cm-1 to 1163 cm-1 with a spec- tral resolution 'L .001 cm'1. Absolute wavelength calibration was obtained using S02 spectra as a standard and a 5 cm Ge etalon for relative cali- bration between S02 lines. The relative accuracy of the Freon-12 line positions was 1- .0005 cm 1. The Freon-12 data, obtained at a pressure of .05 Torr, exhibited a rich and highly structured spectra. However, with the exception of three isolated features at 1158.2, 1159, and 1161 cm-1, collisional broadening reduces the spectra to a structureless continuum for nitrogen pressu.fes greater Than RJ Torr.('~ThqlspqqtraJat k161ej~m 1~ continue'to e"Y.hibi~t s~_'ructure at atmospheric pressure. absorption region than that at 923 cm-1 and is relatively free from interference from water vapor. The purpose of the work reported here is to provide new high resolution spectroscopic data on Freon-12 around ths: 1161 cm-1 branch. The spectroscopic data presented here were obtai.ned using two compositionally turred Pbl_xSnxSe semiconductor lasers each having a spectral bandwidth less than .001 cm'1. Low pressure Freon-12 absorption coefficients cover- ing the continuous spectral range from 1155 to 1163 cm-1 will be presented along with nitrogen broadening effects around the domtnant spectral Q-branch at 1161 cm-1. The current Freon data obtained at .05 Torr exhibited rich and highly ~ structured spectra; however, with the exception .) of isolated Q-branch features at 1158.2, 1159, and 1161 cm'1, collisional broadering reduces these spectra to a structur..less •nnrrnimm r'nr
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50257 3073 a , &ai ty, Hermsn Glen7, 1895- G^;•er, 3ol:r Ch arlcs. 1:1QS- Testile waste treatment and recovery; a survey of present knowledge cor.cerning the treatlnent ai:d disi)osu1 of «-u.te waters proitued irt the textile industries, by John C. Geyer and William A. Perry; undertaken at the direction of thc Testile foundation, inc., «'nsliington, D. C., with tLe co- operation of the University of North Carolina, and in coan- cil with Dr. H. G. Baity, dean of en-ineerin;;, and t,:e Advisory committee on textile waste treatment. I Washing- ton, The Textile foundation, inc., °1936, 118p. diagrs, 28z21icm. 0 ~"~'~ (Cvntinued on next cnrd) ("` --- ~J 36-12ir1-1 t50mj] ~;: ~ ; Z n n o 1 2 3 ,{> >
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50257 3062 IIT Au` S.Pe 0 .^, 7 i. - : - S. 1 VP I! Of RE -GRT 6 P C R- !. 11TLL (en~ SubNlly -77 ELE~;L2~T,•.1:Y REACTIO::S OF TIiE UPPER AT?IOS1'l1EfiF: Fina1 6. PERfORMIYG ORG, REnJf'T r;~V~_K ). AV 1 HOR(aJ B• CO-•1RACT OR GRAhT •JMBEr.•f) r -_ Edh:~rd J: $air y % Pt-AFOSR-70-1903 9. PERio(iVING GI`GANI:A71)4 NAMC AND ADDf•CSS "cGRAII . !J T.r'=-!:~ , . 10. fr' AREA 6 KJ%~< urlT. //LMCC/ s Dep:+rt^~E~nt of Ct,e~,istry 9538-02, 61102F, 6S1303 lndiana Universit~' Tlloo~ninl;tc,n, Tnclia•la 47401 ' 11. CONIRGLLUIG Of I -ICC NAaE AhU AUGRESS 12. REPORT DATE AF Office of Scientific [:esearch/t:C 1974 1400 ldi 1 son P,ou l evard 13. Nu~+aER Gf a•AGES ' ~ '09 _ . Arlinr`roni Va. 2' 19. KLY MORGS (Continu* on revereo alda rl rneeacaery and Idenefly by bloc/. nua:ber) 'Vhotochemical decom?..~sit: Ozone or LoMarna NATIONAL TECHNICAL 1•techani.ms hydrozoic acid INFORMATION SERVICE us c.,.~ .. .1 c.. . r• r 20. AEISTRAC1 (Conlfnuo on roveNv ride it neceaaary xd ldcnNly by bloeAnumb.r) ~ cl1a4snys of phpjochFmic.'ll d.ecomposition of ozone and h~•drozoic acid }- ~ " l d r~ ~u Y IlIblications resulting from this research , 4 lt?;t b mmiz ize a e s is included.
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4 50257 3063 " . . _ ...._ ~. .. . Volume 5. oumbcr 6 CHEMICAL P11YS1CS LETTERS III Dui--77 S.P. /,~ _I--atay_ 199Q THE O(ID) + 1120 REACTION• D. BIEDENKAPP •-, LYNN G. IiARTS1IORN I and EDWARD J.•.I)AJR :#. Chentislry Dejwrhnenl. Indiana Unirersi[y. Bloomington. Indiana 47401. USA Received 9 March 1970 The rate constant for the reaction of Ol1D/ N•ith 1120 %:1por is found b}• mcasuremenl of the inter- mcdiate Quantum ~~ield following flash photol~~sis to be 1.8 t 0.8 x 1010 Iimolc Fec. Under the con- ditions of the experiment OH relaxes to its ground vibrational state and does not significantly enhance the ozone quantum 3•ietd. The reaction of 0(ID) with 11:,)0 vapor is an imporlant process in the chemistry of the atmos- phere. In the experiment to be described the rate constant for this process aas determined by measuring the quantum yield immedialely follow- ing flash photolysis of a series of OM^1IZ0mix- fures.lOzc]t1}e ultr,zviQlpt piiotol#,~is iw~j corn-nlic.iE- id by the formation ofoxyl;cn atoms and mo)e- •cules im.metastablee elcctrenic states. Tbe O(3D) formed by primary photu;ysis rcZCts with ozorc,_ large concentrations of 1120 (or better still, N2, which deactivates O(1D) effectively and can be introduced in higher concentration). Helium is added to keep the reaction isothermal. The dctails of the apparatus and procedure have been described previously [1]. The actual analysis of the results applies corrections for incornpletc reaction of 0(11)) at 100 µscc and (or other minor reactions usinf; the rate const~tnls t~ uotcd in table 1 Thesc minor rc~~ctions .^.c- ' "~-
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50257 3074 R.l R CLAS S NO. PA";PIiLL•'T 7 5 VI 1ia1 Constant.i ne.scu, T. *(no af. f i? . ) ~. . 1'Ri;PAI:ATIVI; A1'i'l.]CAT).OtiS !:ZI1 IN SITU TIiINJAY}?R CNi;ll:; ;;'QCPAI`?tI.C i;1;AC7:700 oF S(1NE NA'1'UI;%tl. ?-Pl'R11)IN1; DERIVATIVI;S, AII•tE1) A'1'" 1'iZCI?UC'1•N( S'1'A1pARDS 4;']7'?i lN1) ;JJ''Nt)i,T ~ CAI'!'.U' .v-].4*(AP].i.czt i i rt cpai ative si r.cacti.i "in si.t u" prin cromatografie pe strat: subtire in dorar:ni.u] unor cle.r.i.vati IZ--hiridinici naturali, in vecler.ea obtianerii sui>stantelor standard cu si f.1ra 14C.)* Rev. Cltim. 25 (No. 12) 102G-30 (1974) (in Romanian with English ahst.raCt) l No. J.l., 14 3S16* *d* '1'obzcco chemistry: ~;~ 1;) 0 n 0 1~3 -) ta
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50257 3060 \ ..tita:alr.Ji_~. _ ...~aaw.......:..,...+uwtr++:..Y.w+sc.a:is~ls_~ur:.~.c.~.....,r.-.n.bixtiAn:s / C 1 i 78 IY Ne /'. Mrnor, Af. Spn.<nc:cl;l, :A~'llriiitotw -/Clranlcs oi omc Microsowat Liver l:nz)•nres In Ka/s l:xposcd 1a thc Joinl Action of 4Acclonc +rnd IcuDul dr~r,r Sunrrnary. The cffcct of acetone and alcoltol, altrnc or in comUinition, o:t the liult cf hcxab.rrbital nnrcosis and the lcvcl of tnicrosotnal liver cytoclirnmcs (P•15O and ti••) in ra!s v:as czpcrimrnlall; stctic•d. Acute oral toxicity of cilhcr compr,unrl u•u; dctcrmincll in . nirnals prcvionsly treated with subacrrtc acetonc ~:nd alcohnl doses. It was shoc.• llr:rl prctrcc:trtctit with I/10 f)f..,,, acctonc fot 6 days potcnlisrtes r:cute alkohol toxicitv, wticrca• frretrc::tment with alcolrol under the srna conditions produces cross acelone tolerance. Th•- ir•int ::clic>n of the two compotntds for ti days potenti,+ted acetone dell ression at the Ic-vr•I uf thc nicrusomal Irrotcin and the two livcr cytochromcs 1'-150 and br,. '1•Ircre was also , mnrc cnnspicuous (lliart with acetone alone) prolon;;ation of the plrannacr,lo,ic effect oi hcr04rbit:+l•soditim ,{nd a lower plasma level of tltc latlct, whcn thc effect of this nnrt•- tic a;cnt was over. Xrin:,•ea rr :+1tpn ucona:+r.anc -- XX, 1977, Kr 4 I1nCrt.unma -- s•I/vapu 1'r%: 11 I zdra vcopazvanc - XX, 1977, No 1 Reeci~c I-- J, nuary I'--77 I G 1 i t 0 o to __$:___ 1 i
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50257 3079 TOBACCO--LAW--CZECHOSLOVAKIA/ XI ToB2-78 S.P. P,JR CLASS NO. PA.;`PHLET KI ToB2-78 s..p. Kozak, J.; Rajati;`A:; Kubik, A.; Kolar, J.; }:rivanek, J.; Strnad, M. (Chest C1in,, Kutna Hora, Czech.) ANTI-SMOKING LEGISLATION AND THE FIGHT IN CZECHOSLOVAKIA. Scand Jour. Resp. Dis. 1978 (S102) 157-8 (1978) (in EnPlish) ~) At present there is'no law in Czechoslo I ~~ 1'he campaisn against smol:ing is j lvakia which would cornprehensively solve regarded as a serious social and ecur.r.,mic' I all of the aspects of •the prol5lem of smok - , problcrn. For this reason, it is intended that ~ ~ ing, and its effects upon the people's hea th /. the efforts made so far will be' cotrtinuedJ " with greater intensitY- #-------- - ----- --- -- j ----- --- ~! I t) 0 n 0 1~ 7 7
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50257 3081 (,C Bak, Ildige Nielsen, 1912- 1*51 Elementary introduction to molcc.•ul<ir shectra. _\inZter- B dam, \orth-lloiland Pub. Co.; New York, Literscience 1'i;:- lishers, 1954. x, 125 p. diagrs., tablcs. 22 cm. 1. Spectrum analysis. 2. AIolecules. r. Title: Molecular specrra. 535.51 A 51-SS71 /~_. Rochester. Univ. Libr., ~ QC451.B3 for Library of Congress (13, 1 r(1 {1 1 j • 7 ~. ~ c 1 :~ .5~ f 3
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50257 3082 QD 39 Ba 1967 CHEMISTRY--MATHEMATICS, V.1,2,3/MATHEMATICS, V. 1,2,3 MATHEMATICS, FOR SCIE TISTS, VOL. 1,2,3 by ` Uniar.i(y oJ Copenhayen 0 /onas Lichte b r . Vol. 1: 4ECTORS,~ ENSORS, AND GROUPS (19 7,R0Ya«nuh Cl,W ojEducation VOL. 2: FUNCTIONS ONE AND SEVERAL ARIABLES (1967) VOL. 3: SERIES, ERENTIAL EQUATIONS, AND COMPLEX FUNCTIONS (1967) IFF R'. A. Benjomin, Inc. New Yor4 Amrlerdam 1967 ~ I r) 1 :) r) ''s ff~
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; I X 50257 3080 ~ Ba8 .~ 4• R+rtr• S•~•~l ~~y'^j ti»~ lw C. Jw.~ ~.7+J _ A ~`l~Y.b'~'.~ M / * j'.~aYSVii Woa a) (I`sZ&`Gi1 .oiS64) n 0, 1 1) 0 n .P 1" 2.. 3 7 :2
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'i _ 50257 3083 r.__....._. - -- - .;...~..........,-- _ __. . _ .-. FUND RAISING/TOBACCO INDUSTRY/ 48 Ba 1979 91. C HARlYT'Y U.S. A. An I»vcstigntioli into the Hiddejt World of thc Multi-billion Dollar Charity Indcrstry, .i 'z. ~4 Elliniee BOOKS ~' !~ 0 1 n o. t1 ('j i.
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50257 3085 ' TP G ' 370 BAM GOODS PRflllUC TYCN aROCESSisa ~969 . ~ Gu Ziilton. ~- Baked goods product-loa processes, 1969. # Park Rids,le, N. 3. , rioyes Development Corp., 1969. JJJ P. Lla.lts. 28 C!U. C> .,~~....H ~...c •..~...... ,... ;i ~ i? ~~ ~ s~ 3 ~ f
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50257 3071 1 BF 30 Ba 1978 ,~ G. PDBL / C_ . PSYCHOMETRICS/TASTE/S:d1?LL/PERCEPTION/ STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ FU N DAMENTALS OF WILEY SERIES IN BEHAVIOR SCAL I N G KENNETH MAcCORQUODALE, Editor • Un' sit f ~1inn •sola rvcr o I AND y t l;,PSYCHOPHYSICS ~ ~ . A N•1LEY-INTERSCIL\CE AUUI.rr'.AT1UN 1011% 1YILEY & SO.N5, New Yurk . Chichester . Bnst jOriiv°~.:isAiRDv; Uv v. Dartmouth College Hanover. New Hamoshire Es' ELLIOT NOMA Univcrsity of Michigan Ann Arbor, Michigan f: I If 1 0 (' 0 1 2, 3 fi 3
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50257 3078 PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES--CULTURE/ PlSM~cience Letters, 20 (1981) 343-345 ~01 ° sevier ort o an cienti ic u is ers Ltd. 81 II Ba f~ ! ;`! (~ ~~ (l REGENERATION OF PLANTS FROM CALLUS CULTURES OF NAPIER GRASS (PENNISETUM PURPUREUM) BAJAJ and M.S. DHANJU Tissue Culture Laboratory, Punjab Agricultural University, Ludhiana (India) (Received July 1st, 1980) (Revision received September 8th, 1980) (Accepted September 25th, 1980) Callus cultures raised from the immature seeds and segments of the young inflorescences of a forage, napier grass (Pennisetum purpureum), have been induced to differentiate entire plants.
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.~ ? 50257 3089 ; T Baker, Cfitir,rd. ~ } ~•1 Tec.hnic.~l rub?ications, tlieir purpose, preparation, and ~ i, production. -New York, Wiley, 1955. i 802 p. iliutt 23 crn. 1. Technical writing. 2. Publishers and publishing. i. Title. T11.B3 1955a '808.0G 029.6 55-12631 ~ Library of Congress l30~
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Ilaker, Rcrnard Randall, 1~4a- Desi,nn of aCt1ve-s1m-Qirectelt irrever~iii)le ettn-tne tors; the oraanic chetuistry of the enz.vtnic active-site tbYt B. P. Baker. New York,Wilcy (1967, atii, 325 p. illus. 21 cm. Bibliographical footnotevz. 1. Enzyme inhibitors. r. Title. QP601.1319 67-1i Library of Congre-5, r.TJ i) n o !
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50257 3076 STUDY OF I'1-f:aSOLIC COfti`STI:UEIr'I•5 OF RFSISTAN•P AN17.::US• CI:PTlCLE i'AR1i:TIES OF CY.II.LIES (Capaicum frutcscena Lina) IN " RI::L/'.'RON TO ANTI-IRACNOSE DiSE11SE Jour. It>vt. Cnem„ Cal.cutta 197?(43)1't.5, 209--212(1973) ~~ , .. . . . • Y~ L. S. Btteru, B.S. I3Hu•;.r.1.:' f+ND X. L. FAIAJ,> . DeQarivrtnt of Cheutiulry and 1?iochenrislry PKnjab .4gri:nllura1 University, Ludhiana, : (Keceiven for Publication 1-9-72) . , ~. Cuilli (Capsicum frufesccns 1,iuu) is an inipurtant condiment crop. r%-7th- rleno=e (l;olletotriclrutn ca; sici t3yd.) ) Ilutler and 3isby contiuues to irz its r.tost serious dixa:< an3 is very tvidc-c, rcad in lnc'.ia. The disea<e a1~w3rs in tlie fonn of sunkeri spots on green on :ipeningg fruits reducing t'•i~:ir nmar- k.Ft value. Twelve to thirty two ;:(-r cent of fruits are ;frcctcd by tL2 di e~se (Chowe'J3ery, 1957)'. \fauy varictir of crops sL•ow a natural resistauce to lougal disca-,ic.. Jlaoy workers ti'.uc ct a!. tQ;,fi,' Clauss, t9.ri1`) have correlated tue n:sis- tance of various crops n;aius: different pstlzogeus due to presence of plUCnols. Production, liberatiu:z and formation of ph.:nol; after infection is an iinpottant fac!or in d,*__•ace res:stance. Presc2 t stcdie, tvc.e undert. "ceu to revcal a yua- r.r.
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50257 3087 iiU 1 Baker, Bruce N att intruductiolt to PI?R1'-CI'JI tby; I3aI;er ,tlut Ia'is. tl1otueNrontL I11.1 P. 1). Irticiu 119G-11 Y, 85 p, tltslgn+. 28 ctu. C:uver title. 13ihliography : p, 8.i. 1. Crtticnt Iwth anniyses. i. T•Ir!s, Ren~ L, joint author. u. Tttl^. I-ID69.YTI3'? Library of Cutt,rns; > .-,. - . .~ .._ . _. _ 658.5018 64-9 i 03 , 0 1 -t 0 n - 0 1 2 - ; 7 9
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50257 3099 Q0 Baker. Hc-t:3 Dean. ''`7' ''emperattire i,.easurernent in enaincering tby 1 II. I)eaa B Baker, E. A. Ryder jancl, \. II. Baker. New York, Wiley ~ tle~3- ~ / v. illus. 24 cm. ~ Includes blb;iography. 3 ~ ~ 1. F.nbim~ring lnstruments. 2. Thermouieters and thermoinctry. ' i. Title. ~ TA165.B3 ~ 620.78 53-115C5 ~ ~ Library of ConCress [54s15l (! 1 ? 3 ~
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50257 3092 c 80 II Ey-81 S.P. i -J<tL NONINVASIVE ULTRASONIC FLC) WMETRY ABSTRACT "Do`nald W. Baker3nd Ronald E. Daigle The development of /luantltatUve techniyucs for tlle mcs-,urement of blood flow nnninvaaivcly is a dttficult engineering, ph5siolotac, and clinira{ pruhlem. A ngor+ru•, ahhroach trquucti the m_a-irernect of the t+rirnar,v variables of flow velocity, ve,srl arca, and souncl hranl align- ment in real time and in a practical manner applrrablc in a clini-ll situation. Flow disturhance, analogous to turbuler,cc, whi"h Inay he prr,duced by anatornie defcilti in the cardiovascular systent, ,te,crvr sl>ecial trcathncnt. Instn,nient mrlhods that arr hrin}; rlevrlopcd to Incet this need includr Ical-tlme imaging aud pultir Uop{,ler 11owmcters, all designed to wr>rk slrnultaneous'y in an Intc~rated fashion to measure the primary variahh-s. Computer-basrd s\"t,•ms will evolve to cope with the large amounts of data produced. Many engi- neerinti and nudical ccmtiidk•ratir>ns are inv„lvrd in iru{rlrlncnling these Wcas into a clinically useful systcm. Upl,urtunltUr, and mec,han,•ms for clt,sr c~,llahuratiun hetwcen mcrl,cine and engineering trtutit he estah- lislted to develop these cuncepts. ~ 1 t~ (1 t1 t; 1
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^.~I 231 ~ 50257 3104 I:aker, .iohn Randal, 1fOG- 1'rinciples of biological niicrote-chniquc; a study of fix::- tior. and d~-ei.nn. London, _11etLuen; \eti,r ~"ork, Ij'iley i195Sj 337 p. 111us. ^3 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. llicroscope and wicroscopy-Techuique. I. Title: YioIooicai microtet•huique. QII231.B32 578 5S-2743 j Lihrary of Cou;ress ~ ' i5f)xl01 (11 1 1 - 11) C1 n "1 1 2 3 19 6
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TASTF.--TE.ciT i'(•.••-•Tk.CIHiVT_Qi~:/ 7 3 v,~r l.~\D 3~ITTEI~'~LS~Ct~XrL'SIOa~S OVER ~ 50257 OF Tt~S"i~E ~iTDGE.IIE:vTS , ~ ~ /~ O~QLE1C~ S . Sr. J. Prychol. (!97"s). 6; , 1 ~ Prinr•rin Grcat Brit::i» ~ I3~. A. ~;: GP~EGSO\ n;\n'a~.'H_. BAKER. _,.. CL I- 11~~kr>>i:enl of P.~~lchoh9y, Uniz rsiiy of Canter'our";khris±church•, New Zealand 1 ---7j / Corsusions bet•.ceen Littcrneas and acidity in tho percept on of three taste stuuuli -qu?nine i d h h ld h ' • ne over t e near-t res lato--~c.era exam o :\ -guant ~ nu.phatc, citric acid and disodium-5 range in 45 subjucts, uing an oxtendecl escenpin~,, sories procedu-e and intensity ratio estima- tions. jndivid•.ial difforencos. r:::d tho etfeots of ref~•rence in.`orrnntion, were marked. The results are interpr.:ted in torn-,3 of a cosino model of quaiitatiti•e confusions. It has been noted, hoth anecdotal.ly and in controlled experiments, that substances which preclominantly elicit sour sensations may frequently be described as 'bitter', and that substances wuich are typically bitter, such as quinine or caffeine compounds, may also soroctir.ies be perceived as `sour'. This situation is brieflv called acid-bitter confusion; it can be most rc<tdily demonstrated by using solutions in the r,ear- threshold conccntration ranac and is found in any lar~e quasi-random sample t~f , human tasters. The confusion is relative in the sense that there is not. such a hiryli Trobabilil.ti• of pairwao cotsfa;ion betv.reen other ta,ste qt:alities over the same ;,..,~..._ ,. . _, -., ~. ... _ - .,,_. . .,. .,. . ~ .- .~. ..._._- . . ~._• __._.__._ 3086 I I : 1 (1 0 r) 0 1 2 :4 7fl
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50257 3106 ; QD Baker, John !t%illi^m. ~ 476 II~ypercoaju;^tion. C::fvrd, Claren<lon Press, 1J52. 1B vi, IuS p. 23 ciu. 1 ; iiibliographical footnotes. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. ;.•Chemistrr, Organic. r. itle. r QD 17fi.I3"t F 1 541.2 52-1088' Library of Congress / 1;,:.'k10, . .,. -• -. -. ,- .... .. . , , ...-. . ... ; ...,..--~,-aa..-.-~.,~.-.7.~,._,.•.... . o i - t -) o n n 1 2 u 1-1 9
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~1 731 Baker, Kenneth F., jt. ed. 50257 3107 ~ t' ~ AILIUAL Iw.~LEt• 0~., VDI,S i- cc'lt.cd by Jiu1yr. G, ba;cer liarc:i&11 axid Kenneth Fo 19639 459 p. Acuuaal R~~viv4s, Inc, Palo Alto, !'aa !.f+arnie 0 y: . ') 6 E: 0 n -() 1 :? ' .~ ~! 9 I
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50257 3098 . IX Re2--78 S.P. Effects of Carbon Monoxide on Insects ®craidrne M.'E9fiY.'er and E. A. Wright Department of Morbid llnaton/y Y,ing't College llospita/ hfedical School Denmark Hill, London, S.E.5 null.lin ol F.n.it.mmrul.`C11nut' iVt,ly.~ ^ M'r\nt d1 \'ul, li, l~u. l 19i7 ~y This investieation resulted from an interest in the possibility that pro]onned exposure to sublethal concentrations of carbon r:,onoxide (CO) would kill the hypoxic cells in tumours. The distance between the capillaries and the necrotic regions would thereby be reduced and this should render the.tumours more susceptibJe to subsequent X-irradiation in high pressure oxygen (02)• Our experiments have shown that exposure of mice to low levels of CO stops or retards the growth of tumours carried by the Animalsl h'c have found, moreover, that at least in some tur^ours the proportion of necrosed tissue is increased by CO treatment. Since it is known that CO conbines with haem-cont.aininr, pirnents besides haemoglobin ()ib), amonF them the ctost common terminal oxidases of the respirntory cliain;-cytocFirone oxidase (CiV.:7£u et ~. }p70p ana r-,~s5o•~Cl~:S'ES'~.IS1;K et al. 1970), the possihility that mi~ht ~exeit Shr.~e`diro~t bxic effect on the tissues becaml. of interest. Such effects have been claimed by some authors. The visual 7n•nn1rr•.-nr o.....-. _... -- . • . •
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50257 3101 VII Re-76 RJR CLASS NO. PAI"tPHLET VII Re-76 s.p. S.li. E. (N. C. State Coll., Dep. Bot., Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) A STUDY OF TIIE ACTI0:1 OF :LALEIC IIYDRAZIDE ON PROCESSES OF TOBACCO .'u~D OTIIER PLANTS. Physiologia Plantarun 14, 76-88 (1961) (in i:nglish) *Ke A~ords:*_maleic hydrazide, tobacco, additive. ~his study showed that JIEi at conicciitrations o£0.01.11:a nd above inhibited .~oxyben uptake b~~ tobacco tissues to varyinb deorees, depending on the pH ~lof lhe solution bathina the tissues. At pIi values near 7.0, an inhibition of, 10-20 °/o occurred durina the first hour after vacuum infiltration of the~ tissues by solutions containing ~IH, while at pH -1.0 the inhibition incre:~sed," to 30-50 percent. Althou~h the effect is quite apart from the action of 1he~ compound on mitosis at ver~• low concentrations, it nevertheless crnild, assume importance when applied in heavy dosage as in tobacco sucker! ~ ~ 1 control. Q 1;1, o- n o i 2 3 9 :3
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50257 3110 PTI:DICAI. I:LECTRCyICS/F.LECTRONI(:S--*TEDICAI./BID"? DICAI. I:NhINF.EP.INC/ QD ].17 Ge 1975 • • T1~STP.T?`tEr'TS--ELI:CTRO??TCS/ 1'rlnclpl es o TRArISDUCFr•.S/ ,tii PPLIED BIOMEDI C'~ L INSTR UMENTA TI O N SECOND EDITION L. A. GEDDES Purdue Uni%•crsity L. E.: I3AKER` 1~ The University of Texas at Austin ~' & SONS, New Yok 0 Lo~t donl •fSydney 2 TdrontD 2 WlLEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION i I I : r;
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50257 3112 SMOKING HABITS--SOUTH AFRICA/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ NEGRO/ 78 X Ba2 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 X Ba 2Ra1~ei~;ti+M:-"D: ; Johnsston, J. R. ; Turner, D. M. (Haggie Rand Ltd „ Johannesburg, S. Afr.) '- SMOKING HABITS OF BLACKS IN INDUSTRY IN SOUTH AFRICA, South Afr. Med. Jour. 54 (No. 2) 67-9 (July 8, 1978) (in A number of Black workers from a factory near lohannes• 'I burg were questioned about their smoking habits. Com- i pared with an earlier study,' a significantly greater number ~ of younger workers now smoke - and mainly cigarettes. The roles played by the strong tobacco lobby and that of , the Department of Health are considered. i 2 English) ~ C t r~ n~ r~ c~ i J.4 0
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50257 3109 ,e,J' 01-1 80 II Ey 81 S %P , THE MEASUREMENT OF CARDIAC OUTPUT BY MEANS OF ELECTRICAL IMPEDANCE "L CBAer', Ph.D., W. V. Judy, Ph.D., L. E. Geddes,Ph.D., F. M. Langley, D.V.M., and D. W. Hill, Ph.D. Department of Physiology, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, Texas, and Research Department of Anaesthetics, Royal College of Sur- geons of England, London, England. The current emphasis on the acquisition of physiological data by non- invasive means for mass medical screening and patient monitoring has in- creased interest in the use of electrical impedance for the measurement of physiological events. The technique has gained some degree of acceptance for monitoring respiration,l and much interest has been displayed recently in use of the technique to measure cardiac output.z.3. 4, °. e Investigations by our group at Baylor College of Medicine of the use of electrical impedance to assess cardiac function include: 1) Human studies comparing values of cardiac output obtained from impedance measurements to those obtained by radioisotope and dye dilution, 2) comparison of impedance and electro- magnetic flowmeter measurements of cardiac output in the dog, 3) record- ing of thoracic impedance changes accompanying cardiac activity during surgical procrdures in man, and 4) comparison of values of stroke volume calculated from impedance changes with those derived from the area under O~ I n te) no 12 4 n t
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' QC 50257 3114 ' 271 Baker, N. H. jt. author ; ; B Baker, 'rieiuy Dean. ~ Temperature measurement in enhineerin~; iby, I-I. Dc .n j Baker, E. A. Ryder fandj \. II. Baker. New York, Wiley jt t1953- j / v. illus. 24 cm. ~ Includes bibliography. 1. Engineering instruments. 2. Thermometers and thermometry. r. Title. TA165.B3 ~~ 620.78 53-11"i65 ~ Library of Congress " (5-lx151 - . .r ..., ~,..:,.-. .. .,...,.<,.~ ~ s- . , . . .. () t. s a 0 n o 1 2, 4 to t.
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50257 3103 ; I ~ B C}'tolonical technimae; ±he 1>riiicipies and pt•uctice of methods used to determine the structure of tlie i.eta•r.oan cell. 13d ed.i London, Jlethuen; New 1'orl., .T. Wiley t19"Q1 vit, 211 p. tllus. 17 cm. (Methuen's monograpiis on btological subjects) Bibiiography : p. 1D8-'2Q4, .,L aTl,:ruscope and microscopy-Technique. ~?,.Cells. j..Title. [C-?IT?y;1.I3 1 578.9 A 51--81uG Illinois. Univ. Library` ~ for Library of Congress 1131 ~yV.. . . .-.., r . Baker, John It;t,ndaI, 19Oa- 231 3 9 S'
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50257 3111 ~ 80" I I Ey-$IL,S. P. '! C jh.,• ('niversi~y of H'esrern Ontario ' 136 _- I1` 'I'he Psychophysiology of Affective Verbal and ~~ ~ `'isual Information Processing in Dysphoria ;~ uartun A. Jessup' %j+karrheuun Nospital j r.-lated, visual imaging. Depressive stimuli were rated more vivid and Skin resistance, corrugator muscle tension, and self-report were used to asse•ss the effect of visually and verbally processing depressive, neutral, and pteasant scenes in 10 dysphoric and 10 nondysphoric college students. The d,w-sphoric students scored above 10 on the Beck Depression Inventory (HDI). Datq were analyzed in a 2 x 2 x 3 (dysphoria group x type of processing x scene affect) analysis of variance design. Verbal processing in- (-reased autonornic and skeletal arousal nrore than did visual imaging. t'erbal processing was rated more depressing than, and generated more ~ I n tl ~? f~ !2 4 (1 3
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tlcl:3-/-~ S.P. , i 1t+0 (3) (].97~) S3u-41 50257 3097 i ionosoclitem Glutams+tc: l;lTect on 1'lslsnta atld Rrcast Mi14 :lniino ..ci;! Levels in Lactating Wonicn' (3ri53) LF\C1S ]i). STr:(:1\1:, L. J. F1LEit, iR.. A:CL, Ci..L. IiATCER . (Introduced by J. T. L'radhury) " 1)cpart+nc,cts of 1'rdintrirs ond liioclicniisln•, Tkt UerivtrsitV of lolva 1owa Citp, Iowa 52240 l n 1957, Lucas and Newhouse (1) denlon- ctrated that suckling tnice injected with mon- osodium glutamatc (~15G) at 2.2 fi/kg body weight daily for 14 days clevelirpecl ret- inal 1c:ions. Since that timc a]lumher of inresti.;ators have confirmed the findings that suclainr mice and rats injected with _lI$G or ayrartate at thc.~e levels develop acute and incvrrsit,lc retinal lesions (2--b). Adult mice werc nluch more resistant to Outainate than net':horn aninlals, and Plutanute injection of pre; nant mice Ilroduced no ob_ervable t+bnor- nlalities in the oiisl)ring (11, t)liu•y (7) and Col(rge of bledieint, This rellort describes the effect of the oral administration of 1ISG on free ailllllo acid levels in plasma and breast milk. Alctlrods and Materials. A total of 10 wom- en with well-estaLlkheu lactatiun patterns of 30 to 90 da ys duration "were stuclied.=' :lfter an overni0ht fast the subjects received a 6 C- load of \ISG or lacto_e at OS00 hr contained in twelve 0.,5 o cal,sulrs. This alll;roximatcs a dose equal to 0.1 g Locly weiz~ht, antl rehre>ents considetahly more than would ile in.-,csted with a meal. It is also a quantity sufficient to cause the svnlj)toPls Jf the 0 ; ~) 0 10 () I :? ;4 Kl 1)
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: V 80 IX Dr 50257 3125 TOQACCO--SMOKE--FILTRATION/ CIGARETTES--PAPER--DIFFUSION OF GASES/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 IX Dr \ Drake, D. C.; Riley, D. S.;'Bak&r;" R: R.; Kilburn, K. D. (Univ. of Southhampton,'Dept. of Mathematics;i•gritish-American Tobacco Co. Ltd., Group Res. Develop. Cent., Southampton, Gt. Brit.) ON A CELL TO MEASURE~ISIFFUSION COEFFICIENTS OF GASES THROUGH CIGARETTE PAPERS - Int. Jour. Heat Mass Transfer 23, p. 127-134 (1980) (in English) t i~ ~ 1 7 n o
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50257 3122 73 111 Pel-76. ~ RJR C1.ASJ :10. PA~ tTI11,E?' 73 III BaKer, R. B. '(1?riti. h-1+merican Tobacco Co., 1,td., Group Res. Det•c~lop. :iollth-tT:1F)toil, Cst. 'Irlt'.) ~ T1tE KINII:TICS oY To:3A,_•c0 I'1I:O1.YSis. Thcrroclij.rt. Acta 17, 29-63 (1976) (in F.nglish) iKeykords;~ c<zi'bonldtoxide, snokc:, constituent; carbom ;nonoxide, si:ioke, constituent; ethnne, rr,:ol:e, cons tituent; hydroZcn, smol;e, con ,t ituent; prop: ne, srioke, con:~t! tuent. rez-7G s.p. Cent., ~~ ~ t~ 0
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50257 3108 '80 I I Ey-80 ,3'ournal of Family Therapy (1980) 2: 333-338 S.P. a Book reviews Salvador Minuchin, Bernice L. Rosman and Lester Baker, Psychosomatic 1 Families: Anorexia Nervosa in Context. Cambridge, Mass. Harvard .1 University Press. 1978. 351 pp. Price: Z10.50. This book has within its 351 pages all that is best in the family therapy movement as well as some of its major defects. It is a brilliantly written concise formulation of a most important recent integration of family systems theory. As such, the key concepts of enmesh- ment, over-protectiveness, rigidity and conflict avoidance are useful in understanding the structure of families who come to us for treatment of their quandaries. The authors painstakingly describe the development of their thinking from the linear to the open systems model of disease. The social context of disease has long been recognized as an important factor in the control of the disease process, so that it is difficult to fault their presen- tation of a reasonable proposition. It is also clear from careful reading that no dogmatic claim is advanced for the cause of psychosomatic illnesses as being solely rooted in family organization and functioning. Minuchin and his colleagues are careful to avoid such a clear and overt statement. ~ t ~ ~ 0 0 0 1 2 A 0 0
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5Q25? 3123 Baker, R. C. {Jt. Author) Vadehra, D. V. SP~L,tY7`~uUA ~~ s~+."TTo;i Gy C'IUCUO BGCS, D. V, Vsdshs:s, R. C. I3akn,r nnr! H. 3. Naylor k'ou1t:.p SLi, '~~ (Iio. 3) 954-957 (r:Ay, 1969) C Cl~ f it n n -o 1 2. 4 ! 5
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78 XI Ad1--79 S.P. 50257 3113 J. Adv1~I'Res. 1,2(3)3•-8(,Tune, 1972) During the GM strike, its competitors changed tlrcir promotional budget diflcrcntly on 20 di jf crcnt models, thus revealing ... `AUt~~ EFFECTIVENESS 0 F . AUTOMOLE ~~ ADVERTISING L Robert D. BuzzeJ l and IViidlitiel7: Baker.w i Sales of the company's overall product line, which accounted for around 45 per cent of total domestic registrations during the first nine months of 1970, declined to 40 per cent in October, 20 per cent in November. and 29 per (Ward's it itturnotirc Reports). Other automobile manu- facturers responded to GNt's -- --- - --------- --- - In the fall of 1970, a strike by the United Auto NVorkcrs stopped production of General Motors automobiles. During the 11 weeks of the strike, rKn,,,» nrfifnr_ reduced their advertising and ,, ...., other promotional efforts substantially, apparently fk in!ord~•t tP, con's2rvcf teso~ rcc~'forAre ftnet4vhen GM would return to the conitmtitive fray. Did these c+ith:icks in womotion: l cffort have. any measurable cent in i:ecember
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:c 50257 31 20 --:.,.,.. :., not smolang'; it`4bcsn't ofrendj ~ me in the Icast. I ccrtainly a wouldn't bully theni-and try ~ to make i.hem fetl nbsolutel,Y ~ terrible about not taking 'up ~ the habiY. • .- 75 X Baj . T0L'.ACC6---Sl•101:7NC=-I'ASSI-~'1;/ TOI;ACC-0---9%101:INC-=t•-PSYCIIOI.OC1 / - . . . . . . • , : • . . _._ .. ...._ .___._ ._. , ...._ ,. RJR CL~.SS 2v0. PhliPliLirT 76 X Ba~ *(no af:fil.)f . ' ' . . ". New York Tir:i`n 1taLazi-ne Section 1976, •p. .9 (liay 2, 1976) (in English) NO NO SM10KING.
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50257 3128 RJR CLASS NO. PA;d.PHLET .'_' ;.Ii :;e,- i3s.p. S.P• Baker;; R:`8:.; (British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., Group Res. Develop. Cent., Southampton, Gt. Brit.) THE FORPtATION OF THE OXIGES OF CARBON BY TiIE PYROLYSIS OF TOBACCD. Beitr. Tabakforsch. 7 (No. 6)"Preprint" (1)ec. 1974) (in Engiish) *Keywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. *1975, No. 1, W 153* *d* Tobacco chemistry:
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, DIANAC)1:\LENT sCII:NCF: Vol. 21, No. 10, June 1U7L f f ~'-Prie1iJ in t7.S:A. -- 50257 3115 I MeR~-78 S.P. . t RECENT ADVANCES IN IifiD BENEFIT R111,hSUROMF.NT ANI) PTtOJi?.CT S1;LLC'I'IUN METIIODS* 'r rNORDi,fti±j; I3111CIaa4 ANO JAIM1:S FRLT:LANDq The purpose of thia paper is to provide a current nsse5sment of the literature nddres-ed to quantitative models of the It und 1) project selection and resource allocation decision. In order to facilitate the critique and assessment the literature is r;omcwhnt arbitrarily divided into benefit measurement nnd resource allocation nlethods. The strengths and limitntions of existing knowledge nre identified with an emphasis on ctnpirical investiga- tions. Several research areas are identified and briefly described. Introduction The research and development (It and D) project selection and resource allocatiol decision problem arises whenever funding pattern policies are to be established anc the new and on-going projects have resource requirements which exceed those avail- able. The reason for the establlRhlnent of tutlCllnh pattern policies may be an Inttla project allocation or a, periodic update caused by changing priorities, e.g., project: costs going "out of control," etc. The It & D manager must then decide which ncv proposals should be se.lected for funding, which exis~ing projects should be continuecd and which resource levels should bc assoc:ated Nvith each selected or continued project f iAltboug$ tha-.Il:. (Ipd f project selection and resource allocation decision has much i! common with other sel^ction and allocation decisions, it is sufficiently unique to hav, been studied in detail by numerous researchers. _ ~_ --_----- -
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50257 3131 :... I TOBACCO--PYROLYSIS/TOBACCO--SMOKE--CHEMICAL S P COMPOSITIC ' 73 IX Re2-81 ,,. ~ RJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 IX Re2-81 s.p. ritish American Tobacco Co., Ltd., Grp. Res. Dev. Southampton, Gt. Brit.) PRODUCT FOR14ATION MECHANISMS INSIDE A BURNING CIGARETTE. Prog. Energy Combust. Sci. 7, 135-53 (1981) (in Eng) Constituents too numerous to list. It is probably an impossible task to determine the mechanisms by which each individual component is generated. However, it is possible to unravel a generated. However, it is possible to unravel a generalised qualitative picture of how some of the major smoke components are formed.... U 1 7 o rl n 1 2, 4 2 3 0
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t. . RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 IN Re. •-79 '31akef`,==R'i^,~ R.`N, 50257 3127 `. 1 J.'(Briti,sh-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., Group Rc•s. Develop. Ceilt., So:tthisn tcn Gt B it ) p ,.. r Et7VIRONMENTAI. CONDITIONS INSIDE A BURNING CIGARETTE. ~ Ana1..Calorini. !a, 193-202 (1977 _ ) (inF.nglish) : . ' *}:eywords: * carbon monoaide, smoke, constituent; carbon dioxide, smoke, constituent; hydrogen, snioke, constituent._• . _ physico-chemical features of tobacco and tobacco smoke ~J d j ge have been stuied sice the turn of the century and our knowle dn, has expanded rapidly in about the last twenty years. Inside a iburning cigarette, a natural product containing hundreds of chemical constituents is exposed to temperatures up to about lODUoC in the presence of varying amounts of oxygen. The combustion of even simple organic substances such as butane leads to a complex range of products and effects. Consequently, tobacco combustion produces ~ ; an almost inexhaustible supply of problems. ~ -----•----- ~.._:_a .<.... ..•~. . ...~ _ ,.-.:_ _ . ...._..: .• ...
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T'-)DT, *1,'1Z '.~ nT'nf;pcCT•,r/^'.''ATTSI'T(:,1T, A"',^TvI;T>/ I f q `-ti (.' 1 50257 3124 , , ..- ~ R C E~C ~ • t ,rn n ~ r `i ' 1-i ~~~ (•~'.~'r;l. •F€ 1.,:•: [ll E~VV:i~ };A1,UT.4 by j#,h VAeR a n d J. A. 17S LDE R (Rothamsted Er.perimental Station, Harpenden, Herts, Sng2and) U and the late R.W.l3. h'eddorburn. • GLIM is a project sponsoreti by the tlorking Party on Statistical Computiny of the koyal Statistical Society and developed by R.J. Baker, M.R.B. Clarkc• aiid J.A. Nelder; contrs.huting prograrn7ers also ii,clude J.D. Bes,slcy, Valerie Coulson, I.li. Hill, C.E. Rogers, S.D. Springer This manual is printed and O 1978 distributed by the 1•Iumerical The contents of this Algorithns Group, publication are the Ojf.or&X2 O7N copyright of the Royal ~~ n Bat~burt)}togg Statistical Society. 0
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50257 3126 . TOBACCO--SMOKE--CARBON 210NOXIDE/CARBON MONOXIDE--TOBACCO SMOKE/ VI To-77 S. P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI To-76 s. p. Ba~kef, R. R.; Crellin, R. A. ~(~British-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., Southampton, Gt. Brit.) THE DIFFUSION OF CARBON MONOXIDE OUT OF CIG:IRLTTESa Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 30th, paper, Nashville, Tenn. (Oct. 1976) (in English) *Keywords:* carbon nonoxide, sr7oke, constituent. - - -- ------_____. -•_-------- ------ -.._ _ Published llterature describing the diffusion of carbon monoxide through cigarette paper is tevieved briefly. The effect can be considerable; in some cigarette designs, ' dlffusfon is more important than air dilution Sn controlling carbon monoxide m..instream ~ delivery. Diffusion of carbon wnoxide can be described by a oce-dimenslonal Pfcks Law. A more detailed expression of the lav Sa presented which lncludes terms governing diffusion through the tobacco bed :.nd away from the outer surface of the paper, as vell as a term • governing diffusion through the paper. A diffuslon cell vas designed and constructed which permlts determination of diffusion coefficients through the paper. Results are presented for model systems in which carbon monoxide/air (or nitrogen) . eixtures are drawn through unlit cigarettes. These experiments validate the equation and Sllustrate a number of cigarette design features which can affect the extent to .. vhleh diffusion occurs. Thus the need to consider diffusion in relation to`carbon _ monoxide deliveries ls demonatrated. ^-.._.Jr . . Z1 I s
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50257 3134 Baker'; R.`S., jt. author i.. li, OF 1.E1:.LL C)jJtiN~•J..~T~.;:i ~: , r? A I ~..~. ~...i..~.n T.., £UCr,?:';.t,, b^~~~:.•, .^.< ~.; :'. i~~ R, ~. ~7^I1 F.rn'1~:, Pio ~'i1 .4 r ^. ?i. G . .CLn e.'.L~ n Jov;., :'Zi-o?, 1(r:o. 6) I:;,W-l.?,15 (Dac.. 1:';" , f 1 0 0 A ~ ~i
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TOT3ACC0--SMQKF--ANALYTICAL METHCDS/ TOBACCO--TAR 50257.31.02 •- • -- , RJR CLASS ti0. .~: PAr'.F'IIL1:T VI To 79 s. p. • Chamberlain, td. J.; R.1ke`t°;t'`.i. L.; Chortyk, 0. T. VI To-79 (l1. S. n(,r. A!~r. , SI:A-AR, Tobacco Health Lah., Atiicns, Ga., 11, S. ) CIIAPACI::ItIZA'fIU:1 OF AN 0:;VCI:`:ATI:I) :I1:U1'1',AL FRACTIC1d OF CIf:.1R1;T'f1•: S'il1':C S. P. DEaSA1•E. Tobacco Chen. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) (i n En g1 i sil) A neutral fraction-containing oxygenated-conpounds vas isolated from neutrals of cigarette smoke condensate (CSC) by a sequence of silicic acid and gel chromato-, ~ graphic steps. CSC neutrals were separated on silicic acid by elution with i increasingly polar solvent systems. The oxygenated fraction was eluted with 1 diethyl ether to give the so-called ether-soluble-neutrals (ES"7). A second silicic acid column separated ESN into four subfractions (A-D). Each of these ~ lwas chromatographed on a Bio-Beads'SX-12 column to separate aromatic from 'aliphatic compounds. The gel fractions were further separated on Sephadex LH-20 1vith chloroform-methanol. As required, components of individual gel fractions ~ Ivere isolated by preparative gc and characterized from uv and ms spectral data. ( ffflSolanone was the najor component of fraction A(1.1X of ESN). Fraction B, re- presenting 19% of ESN, consisted of a complex nixture of alkylated phenols, ! quinones, acetophenone, and fluorenones. Fraction C represented the majority of: the weight in ES:I (64%) and contained the ste-:ols among other components. Fraction D(15X of ESN) was the most polar fraction eluted from the silicic acid; with 1007% diethyl ether. The analytical separation and ldentification methods ;v111 be discussed. , _ ~ 6-0C c:- a _ - &-Y~ - - Ta (!z; C C ~ I t ) () (1 n ~
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50257 3133 i ulsACCO--SMOKE--FORMAT I ON/ TOQACCO--SP,iOKE--CNEMICAL COMPOSITION, 6URNING PROPERTIES, EFFECT ON/ CIGARETTES--BURiJTNG PROPERTIES/TOBACCO--SMOKE--GAS PHASE/ 80 IX Ba RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 IX Ba ritish-American Tobacco Co., Ltd., Group Res. Develop. C,ent., Southampton Ct. Brit. ) VARIATION OF THE GAS FORMATION REGIONS WTIHIN A CICARF.TTF. COMBUSTION COAL DURING THG SMOKING CYCLE. Beitrage Tabakforsch. Confidential Manuscript, 31+ p. (1980) (in English) *Ke}-words:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; hydrogen, smoke, constituentl propane, smoke., constituent; oxygen, smoke, constituent. Internal contour distributions for gas temperatures and for the concentrations off carbon monoxide, carbon dioxide, hydrogen, propane and oxygen have been determined at successive times before, during and after a puff of a burning cigarette. The cigarette was smoked in 0 j t3 0 r, ,l I ~ .
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50257 3130 73 IX Re2-78 S,p,/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPNLET 73 IX Re2-78 s.p. ? ~~z;^~~,,,: ~(~i3ritish-Atnerican Tobacco Co. Ltd., Group REs. Develop. Cent., Southampton, Ct. Brit.) KINETIC PARAMETERS FROM THE NON-ISOTHERMAL DECOMPOSITION OF A MULTI-C0:•1P0- NEhT SOLID. Thermochimica Acta 23, 201-212 (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* hydrogen, smoke, constituent; methane, smoke, constituent; ethane, smoke, constituent. t Thc litcrrturc on the aPhlication of isothennal hrniiop.cncous gas or Iiqiiid I phase kinctic cqu:+lions to thc non•i,,utlicrm;rl decomposition of solids is briefly rcvic%Nrd. lt is cuncludcd that thc 4;rivinp of kinetic lriramctcrs for solid-statc i dccompo:ition reactions in tcrns of 1rrh.•uius rrc-cxponcnti:rl factor, activation cncrgy and re;iction order is cmPirically n.cful, but the thcorctical signifirincc that these parameters have for gas and licluict phase reactions cannot be cxtcndccf to the solid hhasc. A ntcthod is {,rescntcd %%hcrcby these kinctic parainctcrs can bc dcrivcd Hhcn a mulli-comhonrnl solid clcconiposrs nun-isothcrmally into scvcral pruducts.
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5025 7 313.5 • 4D. w7 Sidgwick, Ncvil Vincent, 1S7:3- TI:L G`.'r(alllc Clli•nll:itry of niiro~,en, by N'. V. tiid,_wic-k ... New editiou, revised anci rewritten by T. 1V. J. '1'av:ur .., and Wlknl Baker ... (;-ford, The Cltlrendou prea;,.i9'17. xia, 500 p., 11. iliaWs. 251 cra. First edition, 1910. Bibiiographical foot-notes. "Errata" : 1 leaf Inserted after p. viti. 1. Nitrogen. 2. Chemistry. Ortranic. i. Taylor, Thomas «'estna Johns, 1816- it. Baker, Wilson. 1ti. Tttle. 1 QD181.N 1S5 1J","_i 547.8 37---14711 ~.~ Library of Con~res5 t:i1k221 -- - -, - -~- - -+- ----
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'73 Ir, Re -79 50257 3129 AT P11LET 73 IR I -79 2 :c2 s.p. 'f RJR CLASS 1i0. P S?' . A ` , ..,, . ~ . . ritish-•Aineri.can Tobacco Co., I;td., Group REs. Develop. Cent.,Ct. Brit.) KINETIC MRCNAidISi•1 OF TIiL' TII1;ltMAI. DECG:•iPOSI'1'ION OF TOBACCO. Therzr.ochimica Ac_ta 28, 45-57_ (1579) (in English) 4 Equations havc hcen dcrived to describe the chemical kinetic factors ihat aflcct( i the rate of formation of products when a rnixture of solid comhonents (tob:icco) I ,decomposes on heating. Usins these equations, a computer model of tobacco pyrolysi fffs I ~has been constructcd wLic1i can calcul: tc thc !,as formation ralcfIcmPerature profile ~ from a Siven set of rcaction parametcrs. By comparing the predictions of ihe model 1With capcrimental results at 1jcatinr, rates between 0.8 and 25 deg C s r, a,eneraliscd ' kinetic mechanism for the thermal decomposition of tobacco has becn dcvclopcd• For ~ carbon monoxide and otlher low molecular wciglht gases, the inechanism is an in- dependent formation of each gas from one solid tobacco component in cach tempcra- i turc rciion. Pyrolysis of some indi:•idual tobacco components in other studics su!':-csts ~ ~ that each gas is actually produced from many componcnts in each tcmpcrature rc;ion. ~ Shis more complex mechanism is kinetically equivalent to the deducril mechnnis;n of ~ mdependent formation from one component. _--r-- ~ ! r~ (1 n n 1 :? 13 9. 1
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} h I D7.SrASES--CONTROL/ 74 X Co4 • Canad.• Pk~d. Assoc. Jotnr. 110(6)679-81(Mar. 16,1974) • • • • f • '~~~e use of {~».orf:alzty- ~~~.ta xn seti:~ng prlorrties for t~asease Prevermon 50257 3117 N. N. Colburn, r`t.n.• and,P: M. Bakcr,t Ottawa, Ont. - " t.... . Stmvaary. The cxamination of speeifre disease mortality by five-ycar age grocns he!ps identify health problems as problems of people and how they 6ve. 7raditional methods of cxanuning data in broad clossifications tend to obscure etiological factors and the importance of bchaviour. Violence, a major cause of death in younn adults, gives way to so-eallcd diseases of indulgence in middle ane, espcciai!y among men who have a much t;ighcr dcath rate than wocun. dont la mortaCitb est d6jb tri<s supcricurc 3 eclle des lemmes. Depuis (cs 40 dernicres ann6es I'espcrance de vie des homntes de 40 ans n'a gucre auymentc. It faut envisagcr le cornportement dc I'homme A 1'6gard de sa sante d'une manit~re global,e, dans un cadre r:cologique eomplct. car on sait que Ies diffcrences de mi!icu. au point de vuc social, eulturel ct physique, et des facteurs st,iclement personne!s inf!uencent le mode c!e vie• La responsabi!ite Y, , ~)1 T+AaIn la~,cror.rt,ncv ~t n~ q 40 C ~ : (' i) n o might be considered discascs of indu] - gcnce. }lcart attacks, luno cancer, ciri rhosis of the liver and strokc join motor vehicle accidents and suicide to reduce the chances of individuals reaching and enjoying rctircrnent. T"•o of the major smo4:ing-rclatcd disc2ses• heart attack and Iting cancer, arc now first and second causes of ma!e d^_aths and remain so between 45 and 64. The other leading discases in!7ucnccd by smokino, chronic bronchisis and cmhhyscma, mo%•c quicl:ly u;+ thc r.4n?:s de-! _~revcntion re~.~sc con..rbicn 1
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' TP Rakery--Techtzoioby 1 370 + Gu . , I I . ` ` ;,t:tt evson, Milton. ~ 50257 3144 ~' Rv.a.ed goods prcdu:t:!on procass:.~, 1Sb9. Park Riage, N. ,T, , Hoyes Develogment Corp., 1969. ;~3 P. z1]ua. 280 ecu.
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50257 31 38 TF PaST 715 F.3 CC(7::u0C:K5 / I91'2 2 C. PDDL 1 C. . ~ ~ ~ ~ e't ^ ~ : f k ; r ~ , $,-.x 1 ~ FOR*zQUAN1111i-Y- B A I ~I N1 G A N D~PAST H`f '1tift1U,I ~? N G Revised Third Edition -1 JOSEPH AMENDOLA The Culinarylnst%cute o! America, Jnc. A4-dRENS PUBLISHtNG COMPANY, INC., NEW YORK
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50257 3145 I t. c. Ref. TP 370 Ma IC-1 Bakery--1; ;,Einolo.,-,y D.*ati. C:LIriTIC: A Ed. 13akery; technology and enp-lineerinr , prepared by a~ro,a> of Slsecioili;ts. 11'estnort, Conn.,:\VI Pub. Co, 1960. Gt;9 p. 1llus. 2•1 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Buking. i. Tltlr. TX7G,.1[.;3 66-1.762 60-60517 1 LtLrary of Congress 12) I 01 1 f ) 0 r) [i I .~ 4 •i 7
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Udkz>ry 50257 3139 ~~rs.i'o~..~3 a©sac*y En,Anyc•.xs 5^Cd:;:`Y. C? Ft-'_:M 30th, a.jri.1-43ri :..J54y 1957-67 12 11'oIs • ;_~q.;:S.ccn Society of Bnso:y E:..,i^szra C:hicwryo, T..l.X.i,rso{ G .. i
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.I p 370 Ba::ary---I:r.gine2 rin~; 50257 31 43 '`a t15:Shery; t('C111.olo(~y and en;;lil_mn,7., prepared liy :l Y!iOtil> Y G~ of speciali:ts. 1t'estport. Conn., AVI Pub. Co., 1960. Re f. C6J p. aus. ^ 1 cm. TP Includas bib;io;;raphy. 370 Ma Matz. A ed. ICc j 1. Baking. i. Title. TX7h ',.1I;33 () 664.752 Library of Con;ross ~ ~ i2j GO-J0J17 '. c; I .~ t~ n
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50257 3142 NORTH DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY--DISSERTATI01\TS see ~DISSERTATIONS--NORTH DAKATA STATF 'U*IIVFVQT'TY/ BAKERY/ QUALITY CONTf'kI,--FOODS/ 77-13,795 TP 370 Gr 1977 f C. GRAYE' ; Nary, 1951- IHEAR P(;OGW'NIt1G TECHNIQUE TO OPTIMIZE READ QUAI.ITY. Rorth Dakota State University, Ph.D., 1976 Food Technology Xerox University Microfiints,_MnArnor.Micf,ipan48108 nf; cQ_ 1977 ir 1
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50257 3140 4 EAKERY/PATENTS---FOOD/BREAD/PASTRIES/LrAVENII<G AGENTS/SIiORTENING. EPIULSIFIERS/PRESERVATIVES/ ' FOOD TECHN()LOGY REVIMT NO. 26. TP 370 De 1975. PllDL DkOUGRIS AN'" BAIKk?' l')` chemical, Air,• and No-qN~~~eavene~,~ D.J. Do Rcnzo .. . NOYES DATA CORPORATION Ptrk Ridge. New Jarsoy London. Enyland 1075 t r } ., l. •w-- ..r () 11 0 0 n ii 1 :'
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50257 3132 CIGARETTRS--'iFMPEP.ATtiRE i'ROFILF/CI(',ARF'CTT:S--PUR?1IN(; PROPERTIFS/ ~ RJR C1.ASS 110. PAMYI1LET 77 IX iIa 77 IX' Ii,z ~ Ba er, R. R.' i T Uacco Co Ltd. Group Res. Develop., Gt. Lrit.) A i h ~ mer can o •, I r.it - s TL•'TiP1;RATURE VARIATION 1dITIIIN A CIGARETTE C0:S15USTIO;I COAL DURING THE . SMOKING CYCLE. High Temperature Sci. 7, 236-47 (1975) (in English) ~l hc v:tti;ttion.c tif tile Icnthcraiurc dislrihutinnti of hulh tile vus :iitil ..,~li~l t,h;tcc~ tt•ilhin Ihe c(~mhueli(in co;tl rtf'a hurnittgcic:uctlc hjvc hccn tlctcnttincd• ,1a tile Itulf )ntl tmoul4cr.l,ct ioxlc lti I ,ercts. •fhe meaturemeitls wcie m:tdc ucinl~ a Ihcrnlocoullle and an inG;t-rctl (r;tncinillinp lihrc tthlic. ~ 1)ntintt tile inlcrt,ulf ~mnulilcr l,crintl, nc;tt' Ihcrm;tl Cyuilihriniti hclttccn tile It,•U + Ith;tu~ i: all;iinctl Ihntuchnul tile ctrol. fhc hil;hcsI Icml,ct nunc. (7sl) 7)t) ] C) o«ur in tile ccntrc t,f tile co;t). I It,,,cvcr, tlnriitt, Ihc 1,uII tile I"u hha.c% It;t% c tcry tlill•cicnt tcml,crtltirc clictrihuti„it" ncur tile siirGicc of (hc cml, allhnul;h lhcy vc.imilnr in lhc ccnlral rcgionc (;tt -8SII (')• Thc highc~.t wlitl Ith;i<e Icmpctatuir (-9lil) (•) itccur. al thc ct+al hcrihhcty, Ju.l in fmnl t+f tltc h,thcr hurn line, lxcsiimah)v whcrc tile air- ~ influr into tile coal is grc;ttcsl. Thc 0cit Icmlurattitc in the tamc rc~ittit is rcl;ttivcly co<+I (%aryinl: hct,rcctt 60.5 aittl 770 C as tile n,ilr pri,l-rcc.cs). Aflcr tile t,utf h;tt eiulCt). tile 1,%o I,ha.cs IltrttuFItnul tile ctctl ;tttaitt qu;t.ithcrmal ctluilibrium %.ithin r 49 0 I'' () , '.1 2. 1 . l 2 ~
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50257 3137 Proc. R_Soc. ).or,d. A. 338, "; 1-375 (1974) ~ ~ r yrintt,d in Gr(ot .~. _..... ~........,. n . . ~ `~Ii~ ?3AKF.RIA~I ~LCTURI;; 1972 74 III Iio~ ~Xnsulin, 4-s"chemistry and biochemistry .~ ~ )3Y DoROTuY CI;oAVrool' Honaxlx, 0.:1Z., La.Loralory of llolccular I:i:ohlcysics, Untizersity of Orford (l:cctztre delivercd 1.5 June 1J72-J1SS. rcccized G 11'ovcnthcY 1973) x\TRO1)UCTIOI7 It is fifty years, this year, since insulin was successfully used to treat paticnts suffering frona diabetes. It is thirty years since A. C. Chibnall gave the L'al•-.cria.ll lecture on `Amino acid analysis and the structure of proteins', (lgfr2), including insulin, and ten years since F. G. Young gave the Croonian lect-urc on 'Insulin and its action' (1962). It is difTicult not to feel that this is a particularly a,pprol.-,riate moment at which to discuss, once again, insulin, its chemistry and biochemistry, its structure and function. `r . .I Chibnall did, of course, «-arn us in : O.t2 to beware of the 'hypnotic pov: c•r of Q i f1 n n: n 12. -4, ~) 9
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50257 3148 . MILK PRODUCTS/DAIRY PRODUCTS/YEAST/FEEDS/BE,I:ERY PRODUCTS/ CONFECTIONERY/CHEESE/ MOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEtd NO. 19 - POLLUTION TECiINOLOGY REVIEW NO. 15. ..M.. 370 ci WH[EY PROCESSING 1974 AND UTILIZATIO N M. T. Giilies Economic and Technical Aspects rvv Y ES ^vATA CORg£3,9AT1.^.I`1- ~ ~ Iult Ridy.. N.w J.rs.y London. Enyl.nd 1974 ,C. 4r_,;4a 1
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50257 3149 FLAVORANTS•-FOOD/MF,AT/Prn11.TRY/FISH/BAKERY PROrT1CTS/BEVIa:RAGES/ FODll--FLAVORANTS/,ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ TP 958 lie 1978 2 c. PDDL 1 c. .L LL 1 V OR rl ECH1 V OLLJ 1.7Y. PROFILTS, PRODUCTS, APPLICATIONS Henry B. Heath, M.B.E., B. Pharrn. m ;)' 4 Z, (London ). Bush I3oake Allen, Ltd., A Division of Albright & Wilson, Ltd., London, England AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC., Westport, Connecticut ~(Jpr~ l /~ J ('n,`N ( t/ ' ~l~ J ~1 •~.., ! l 1 t. ~~_
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50257 3147 Sh'I:FTENF.RS/SYP:'!'IIETIC SZdP:I:'I'FNP.RS/GLYCYPRIITZIN/StiCCIIf~RIN/ I)P.SSI'RTS/I,AI;~~ItY PR(lI)UCTS/13I:~~1?I:MS/P'I;UITS/I)TI:T/JI.LLIISa/ CIiALCONES /ARTICH(II;I;S / TP 370 Da 1973 2 C. PDDL 1 C. FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVII:Id NO. 5 SUGAR SUBSTITUTES AND ENHANCERS Roger Daniels NO ;'ES DATA COCi?ORA1 ION Pact; Ridqo, tJew Jersey London, England 1973 a • % C Cf~zx.ry. .. .kj ... ...... i i~-,.l I~_.. . i.~ f t _.,R~ . .~_. -~ ~-. .. .. ._
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50257 3150 EGGS/DAIRY PRODUCTS/MEATS/rISH/POULTRY/FRJITS/VI:GI;TABLES/ TP / 370 EXPER I M E.1ti1TAL t. FOODS ~ Mc F00D«aPRESI:RVATION/FATS/SI1.S/f3AKERY PRODUQTS/PAS'i'RY/ 1977 LABORATORY MANUAL By Margaret McWilliams, Ph.D. Cali(ornia State University, Los Angeles PLYCON PRESS 1916 North Gilbert, Fulterton, CA 92633 r. .: .. ~' t f
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50257 3152 MIRACULIN/GLYCYRRHIZIN/ARTICIIOKI; SWi:ETENI:RS/MONELLIN/JrRUSALT `S ARTICHOKE DIPEPTIDESCHALCONES/MALTOLS/SACCIIARIN COMBINATIONS & SPECIAL FORMULATIONS BEVEP.AGES/DESSERTS/BAKEP.Y/PRODUCTS/JELLIT:S/FRUITS/Clila•1ING GUM/ FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 40/ SWEETENERS 370 1977 AND ENHANCERS Nicholas D. Pintauro 6 '4NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge, New Jersey, U.S.A. 1977 ~ t ~ ~ €~ t~ n 0 1 2 41 .
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50257 3155 )n BARFRY PRODGCTS/DAIRY PRODUCTS/FORMULARIES/CEREAL/ AVI FOOD PRODUCTS FORMUI.ARY SERIES/ FOOD" PU. IR" ~DUCTS- F071"ZIMULAHY VOLUME 2 CEREALS, BAKED GOODS, DAIRY ; ANDrE GG PRODUCTS by DONALD K. TRESSLER, Ph.D., Presidcnt and General Manager, T1ie;Avil1'ubJtllziilyConlpany, lYcstporl, Connecticut
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AtT O2l fI "I NO SVV ~ :joqlne 9/ 7~~~ VVf SQood Jo O4bl bfg A /I/ s,,~ DNrDVNDVJ aZuIx919 HTb' Yel/7v,rz~ .girill V/,Vv I'o' 'ed N s~oo~ 1>12 ~r~' ~s~ 9:7 r 49.9 V+q ~'~/
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50257 3156 • MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/INDUSTRY--INFOR'NATION S(IURCES/ALUMINTR4/ FOOD--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/CiirldINC: TOBACCO / TOI3ACC0--INl)USTRY/ CIGAR TOBACCO--MANUFACTUE AND TRADE--U. S,/SPTOKING TO'.'.:'.CCO/ TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE--U. S./SOFT DRINKS/J3EVERACES/ LABOR PRODUCTIVITY/BAKERY PRODUCTS/CONFECTIONERY/ 76 I Uns U. S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics PRODUCTIVITY INDEXES FOR SELECTED INDUST:RIES,, •1975 EDITION (U.S. Dept. Labor Bulletin No. 1890) ' (t,,, c,l.9J U.S. Department of Labor John T. Duniop, Secretary E3ureau of Labor Statistics Jullus Shiskin, Commissioner 1976
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50257 ~~ 370 ~ak•ery products. 3157 i We . , .1 ~ Veb's, Lyron ki. Bt'pR;7:).1:'f5 17014 KILF:, edited by Byron H. Webb and : aile 0. FaiittAer. 1^70 2r.d ed. 428 pages AlII PubIl.shins Co., Inc. Hestpnrfi, Ccna. c). I tj 0 ri () 1 2 4 .1 La
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DAIRY PRODUCTS/*1EAT/FISH/BAKERY PRODUCTS/BEVERAGF.S/EGGS/ DESSERTS/GARNISIIES AND CONDIMENTS/FOOD, FROZEN/FODD, DRIED/FOOD, CAN'NED/ FOOD--LAW AND LF.GISLATION/FOOD--LABELING/ SIiELF-LIFE/I • _. FOOD--•SHELF-LIFE/ 50257 31 53 TP 370 Ru 1971 FOOD STA3ILITY SURVEY 1'o 1. I I Rutgers University The State Uni vers i ty of Plet•l Jersey Dcpartment of Food Science for the State of Ilew Jersey Department of f1L-ALTH in cooperation with the U. S. Dept. Agr., Economic Research Service 1. : .:.w~+v.a_~--r.aw~ovvvssvsratsa.c-r...na.ncaw~vuanc,uxrussrv+re s+=-s-~: i• . . ~~. ..w r0.'.a_
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50257 3162 Led.) ~t ff •T>r'."a.l r :~rcncr, 1~J0~:5 & Clavc: Isi::gl0a I,.td. L ccicion
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. ;, -; 370 50257 3160 ; ~tz -:~ { I #AKLP.Y''fiRCHN(it,0(`.Y' AN11 E:a.INI:r.RING . -Matz, Sar;iuci A ed. 13al:ery; technolony and enrinccrin.g. prepared by nc,ruiip of specialists. 1llestnort, Conn., AVI Pub. Co., 1960. Gd0 p. tltus. 21 cm. Includes biblioeelphy. t (~. . Ref. TP 370 Ma IC, ~ 1. ]takin;. i. Title. TX i t;,;. ~1 I" J'k3 Library of Congress GG-i,.7a2 G0--50J 1/ *, 12) ~) 1 r) n r) Ci 1 2 <1 E ; ,)
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50257 3158 PREST:RVATIVES/FLOUR/SNACK FOODS/ FOOD TECHNOLOGY F:T:VIF,Iq r0. 20/PATENTS;--FOOn/BREAD/ EMULSIFIERS/ TP 370 De ~M_ 1975 PDDL R ~Ja C.J c ~.1t` s D.J. De Renzo NOYE-S DATA CORPORATION Park ftidge, New Jersey London, England 1975 .- / 1 r, , ! ~f,~^, ~ : I , ;'Vc (1;~_j:A ~^. ..~..^..,,..__.....,...........~.......~.,~-~ .." „~ra~wx.~ew II ._. _ __ _ __ _ ~~~ - -- r~ n ry~i ; N.~ Cl I ,
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~ III BC: 5025? 3164 i . T?; r~~ ~ ~'ili: c'. ,..r~r,T; ~:, !~t .,ir:`i^^ra ^1'C•~ ~.: ^L•.r w.,~..` . . . .. . .. . i . .. ..... ., , i d . " . !Lr 14. CLl.cicv 0, ....~,...i.~.J~~. I.Z I 0 ' 4 ?`i f)
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',kh, N. A. 50257 3163 ~ o:, ~ ;e ~ ' .. . , . ;.,s .. ... . . 'I %/ J.. _...:?'.. .. .... ,., r J%. _ ; 1j r~
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50257 3154 I)1C1I0,5A:?IES--C1iFPtiCAL/ClIEP1ISTRY, ANAf,Y'fIt'--CALLEC'lED 3d0;2I:S/AII;--A~ALYSIS,J.i/ T,ISTRU`SE:+TS tlID I.N:iTRL;••i! i:T:,TiO:v, V.1,."•_,3/ALKAI,OIDS--llEM: RrSINATIO?;,V.4,LU,19/ ALi;;fLNUct,'v.5/iiAKER`! PRODUCTS, V.6/.'OI3ACC0--C:iE`tISTi:Y,V.10/ TGI3ACC0--It:~A1•YTICAL ?`t.iTli(IDS,V. 10, 1S'/T(.`.n,ACC:O--S*'0fa;--ANALYSIS-•-LABO::ATORY METIIODS,V. 1G! ri.U0c(1CAP.BONS,V.13/IO:J CXC?i~~: Gi: RESINS,V.15/SI;,*iSl:S A:1D Sf::dSATION,V.17/ T?1STE-•-TESTING--' Mu , ,TI!ODOLCIGY,V. 17/PYRIDINE AND DERIVATIVES, V. 17/StTGARS--ANALY;IS, ',`.13/ ' '.1ATER--ANaLYSIS,V.19/YEAST,V.19/PT3STICIDES--DETERMINATION,V. 19/ REF TP 9 5n EYCYCLOPEUIF. OF INDL';,TRIALµg^i;;r".rCAL F.NALYSIS. Vnls. 1-20(including index) Edited by Foster i)ee`'Snell nnd Cl~ffor'd"Y.: 1lilton 1966-1974 Interscience Publishers New York A division of Jchn Wile;,r & Sons, Inc.
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ND INr J: t1:.~'~ Ol~ SOUIi::ES-~S'JB~ ~C''- COj.LE C:I01iS/ 50257 31 61 b'3 FJs BI$LT OC'tr~i\?'aY-~i~I L'L7 ~1Ri~ti~iYES~ 1070 'm Mr'~NAG::3" ;l~I--LITr.,H4,UFiF : ~-~0 V V T 0 F :t0 U"r A Gr , ~ - ; F~~=~O ~~CTWHY ; t 2nd Cdi!ion 1 . ` ~ A Guide to Sources of lnformotion arranged ~ according to the Universal Decimal Cla--si; cation ~ - ~ n K. G. B. GA4CEWE:Lt_, F.L.A.,A.r-A.e.I.M. Senior Lecturer, Liverpool College of Commerce PERGAMON PRESS .nndon . Edinhurgh . PJew York ~ " ~~ Toronto . Sydney . f'aris . t3raunschv.•rij ~e.m *.
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50257 3151 Pi 1978 IIEVERA(;ES/JAI'tY PRnni1CTS/'~tF:AT/PntILTRY/SEAFn(lt)/PA::IT.Y PRnr)ifCTS/FnUITS/ FOOD TECHNOLOGY RT:VEhd NO. 47/ PACKA(;T";r,--FOODS/PATI:NTS--FOOD PACI::1GLdr: COFFEE/i.ES/ 370 ,++ '°`~`l~ ~ t b'"~ " ~ Nich olas D. Pintauro NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park RidQe, New Jersey, U.S.A. 1978 ~ ~ ~. )c ~ Ca - k ) Q I (n n n 1, , 1 2 4 41 31
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50257 3165 . LUNGS/PULNONARY CIRCULATION/ 4 SEASE., VOLUME 4/ Claude Lenfant, editor Sertky LUNG BIOLOGY IN HEALTH AND DI RC 756 Le 1977 _ MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and E3asel ~ ~ C"IF THE LUNG Edited by Y:&'Takhies Institute of Basic Medical Sciences Royal College of Surgeons of England London, England John R. Vane I Cl 1~ s n n o i~? VJellcome Research Laboratories Langley Court Beckenham, Kent, England _- --- - I ~
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50257 3169 Tp ~ 3 ?D 4 BAKI.YG/ ENZY1 MES f STARCF/SiJGARS r''1?TA.rUI1'S / FCOA--ANALYSIS /'ri.CllZ---aNALYSIS/CEREAL/ APPROVED METHODS of the ~ AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ! ~ CEREAL CHEMISTS Vo f" e...~ J ~. Compiled by ) C., , s i 4 Approved Methods Committee American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc. Wilbur C. Schaefer Chairman Revised and reprinted October, 1969 Published by ~ AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL CHEMISTS, INC. 1821 University Avenue St. Paul, Minnesota 55104 U.S.A. o it. ) n o t ) i ;•-i i1 '
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50257 3166 3s ~~f - p y ~GAfRUSTl0,1' Ah'D fLA,SfL, 17, 383-359 (1971) 383 Dependence oi i?t.l"t"r11p01- Rpzte on ox3(}izc- SY~':~ ' a>_. lns::!utt of Chtrnical Physics, Acad-:ny of Scitncrs, Voroh; c% ii.:,; e chawste :y Nlc,;cow, V.33•f, USSR
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50257 3170 TP 370 Ch 1970 -ow .0p elm. ~ 1 C. Dr SSFRTS /BAI:ING/3?;r^.AD/BRcWItiTG/?iI,T.K PRODUC 1 S f.•IEAT/ RRUIT/VEGrTABLES/GrLS/ HELEN CHARLEY Oregon Siote Unive»ihy , THE RONALD PRESS COMPANY • NEW YORK , Li'Mil!:' 0 1 1) 0 0 0 1 '>, .4
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TI' 370 Ha 1914 .. i PDDL f ZG. r q t Milk _Powder BY; : RICHARD N. HART, B. & EASTON, PA.: .. THE CHEN~IICAL PUBLISHING Cfl. 1914 EONpON, [hGUhD: WILUAMS 6. kOAGATE 14 MENPIETTA tTAEET, COVChT fJWFDEN, W. C. 31 72 ..~. _ ._ .., . .,. a+-."- .e._..._- . ~~ _ ~ _• .._~ .. -.- . . . ... C~ ~ 1 ) ~ n n I ~> sAt;Yxc/ .t LL1C~ Y L+-1 tiI1 V~.~ ~~"Z~J~~~(~~.) 50257 LEAVE Yeast, Leaven, Salt-Rising Fernlentatior), Baking Po`ti-der, r erated Bread,
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50257 3175 DOUGIi PRODUCTS/]31ZT:AD/ ;IA~.7.i\t;/1'.'iSThIIa/FLGUR/I'OOP---TI;DUSTI:Y/ BIS'CUIT MANUFACTURE fundamentals of in-line production by PCI'I?R R. WIIITELGY DIP. F.E., F.Inst. E3.B. Nead of the Depcrtment of /3aking, Riah Green Tlchndra! Q)Nrge, Romford. Essex ELSEVIER PUBLIS1iING CUAlPANY LTD LONDON-A.4ISTERD.AM 1971 ~~ ~ `3 0 ( I o 7
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50257 3173 _, ~~i7~~C..ERODIICtS/I)AIRF...:PRflIlEfCT3f~SAK'IivG*r- a-• _ ._... i FOOD-- PROCFSSING/ ERRL Publ. No. 37:9 .~ TP 370 Un 1973 ftl~ ffm 1 C. Proceedings WHEY PRODUCTS CONFERENCE r e EASTERf4 REGIONAL : _ RESfARCHLA60RATORY held at Chicago, Illinois I June 14-15, 1972' (~~AGRICULTURAL RESEARCH SERVICE Ct U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE j (§ i f t () i t f.! 2. 0
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50257 3181 Baking. ~:SZYG, JJw3a;~:~ tts 1970 388 p,gea A,vI I'ub21shing Ca., Xrc. J,'er;vt)O;:t , Conn. C) ~l t ~ 1 (1 n t t ! 2 4 7 3
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IP 50257 31 76 ' 370 i . ' d BaKicl, ~,: :~ 3csn 5uricev oa ~"".:3~:!:.7~:u~ Cr;. 2~:~TL•':S 4,:1'HE .'7 I•....,,,,, r ~>-t,, 33.rd-43rd . ~•(=. Li~ 2 ,J~il i: ~l ~, 1957-67 12 Voh. a~;y:.;Ar:~n 5ociz.y a~ Bn!~.:yu E.^K,'..:azr3 { .0 1 f i n 0 0 1 2 4
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50257 3177 OP ~? iC3,T1 J . Ancierson, ,jCllii Ansel, 19,?13- ed. Enzymes and their role in wheat technology, edited hc J. Ansel Anderson ... New York, Pub. for the American eiation of cereal cheinists by Lnterscience publishers, inc., 19-I6. ix, 371 p. Ilius., d!atirs. 23k cm. (American association of ceren: chemists. Monograph series, vol. c) Bibliography at end of each chapter. 1. Enzymes. 2. Flour. 3. Baking. r. Title: Wheat technology. 1t^. , 3''2't9' A 5 ,- G 11.631 4G--11S3 :1 Ltbrary of Congre.s ~ -~ i51k1i (! ! r i n n (! e I: 4 +l
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50257 3168 __.----~-. 7P3 70 Ao - /~w P L) (`, L .• 'iFA -~ti t' iF- A1~~~~~'t.~,?~,._ Josrl'It ANUNuot.A l,oNAl.l) L. L u;:nlsFIZG Julc It'ilkinson C! ~ ;i .t). , n l3 ! Tony f'ronoitis Itook Editor Att Director Ul\1;LR5! l',NUING BA}:1\G is a tradcrnark of ldcdc+li.t 1'ta licnt,on.• Inc., s.+A. of ;nc• lnc. i.r p:r•C, (h.reof ll~t,y noI t+: t!.Lf~.+;~t~:c`,I 11~ ;:t:': orf)l vritlr.+ut I:.nnir-tcr, of tl:.- l+,:hl.tiittr. ---~------------ -
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TP 50257 3180 1``Si t.T.. Samuel A fiu. . , PLOk-- P ckec t h l d -i i c , f c' . y; ec ogy an no ing necr n~, prepnred by a of stmcialists. i~'estnort Conn. :1 VI Pub Co 19~;0 . i , , . . ., . , ~ R.e i. i%f%9p. W us. 24 cm. i TP Includes bibliography. 370 ., Ma , VC, ~ ~ 10 1 rl n n rj 1. liaking. z. Title. T\7G:;.3[33 Ltbrary of Congress G6-.t.752 60-5051 7 ; c-°,
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50257 3182 I ~P 370 Y Fukino. Pyter, Ernst John, 1913- Ba':inn scionco and iec:hnology, by E. J. Pyler in collabora- tioz with the staff of tha Siptx;l Institut,o of TFx;hnolog.. Chicago, Siebel Pub. Co., 1952. 2 v. 111us. 24 cm. 1. Baking. c Title. TX763.P98 '~ •6E4.75 e41.831 52-1481 j Library ot Coogresa c21 0 - d r! (1 t1 ti I ;~ 4 /- ii
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50257 3171 ~ i Tif T d R S~f1 L s~M iNHa~/i~.a~>"i ® xiDA~TS~~ S~pri ~. P~ D A~C i SL-' S~~ i0lE'~A/G~ ~,~.wD~ R s/ hw rrE R -,~R y~~t/G,/ fd.C i47" r/t' ~f'/.'/ P/I cKAFr iit/6/PC it ENCYCLOPEDIA OF FOOD TECHNOLOGY AND FOOD SCIENCE SERIES • VOLUtdE 1/~~(~d FOOD yYld~tiiN~ry/, f~yd9G~Rf°il~~'~?y~ ~ Q 3Fo at® * ~ edia Ency~ o f Food Y"I 0 0 ~'~ngineerlng a I CARL W. IL'11_I. A. \V. 1'ARRALL A. L. RIPPEN
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50257 3187 Ref Baking--Buyers Gu.tcle Q c !.: ~; i IT - 0 0 C) 1 2. 2'1 7 9
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. 50257 3186 I i?~lattJ~ :~. ~. Ullnt,-,nrt, Fritz, 1875- ed. l:,layk:opadie der technischen Cher nie. 3., vollig neu pr.. sta:ltete Aufl. in Gemeinzchttft mit S. I3alke let al.l von Wilhelm Foerst. Jturchen, Urban & uchR-srzenEero, 1: Vi- v. Illus., dteFrs. 23 cm. Coare-,rs.-1. Bd. Cherolocher Appacatebaa und Ferfahrenstecbn!i;. 1. Chemistry, Techntcsl--Dtctlonartes--Gertr-anh i. Foerst, lfiti• helm, 1898- ed. it. Titie. TP9.U614 52-25376 ..- ,: Llbrau•y of Congres3 t54g2t -'i 0 0 !/ 1 2 r# 7 A
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1 ~ MBa I3a.%-inr--S37itation--: tanuards. 50257 3189 I FLAF'~sf : :SA?11fiA;,1C:1 GWT`1> PdWi k:oa. ].a23- 14onc3.eaf Ba.Yin~;, lia:i~cstry S•~~ail~at~o~ 5trndaxds Ulc:=ittes Ziew York O q ~? ~ a t' - { t' i C..)) o :~a ' 1 2 ~
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Ba'r.ing--Techrtiques 50257 3191 Gv.i.ter.son, Milton. Z.akec1 goods pro::uction processes, 1969. Ps.rk Itidge, N. J., Noyea Development Corp., 1.459. JJJ p. LS1WJ• 2V ew• ) ,.•
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-(I ! i. [~ ~'~ t t T~ saKin;--':ecnnicues. 3'l0 ;Su .S. i tZC t. k x~i~.~rrdca At"aian,-- %s. TP 1 370 1965 477 ptlg-:~z 50257 3192 ~ Su AVZ Vibti ach4ug Co., xTte. HcatpoTi:. Ct»n. ^., .; ,~
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SUG/+R Ii;DUSTRY/FATS/OILS/RAKEI;Y/SOYBI:AN/ 50257 3141 FRUIT--iI:OZEt~/~'E~=ETATILI:S/FI;I;DS--*V~ill'Ft~CTI.' r.;;'Cp I:~--'',~' r.J;SS7 T'r'~ ir00D--IP:DUSTP.Y AND INDUSTRIAL I.1iF?;fY STUDY OF SELI:CT-F.I) FOOD INDUSTRIES. T~~ 9. Per(orminp t4t.~mz.uon Kame and AdJress . • 1 i , UEVELOPMENT PLANNING AND RESEARCH ASSOCIATES INC, ~~'/C~ !)c'_ ""'P. 0. Box 727 j ' 'anhattan, Yansas ~ ~t/ 17. Sponsonn6 Ortaniruwn Aame nd AJJress fl?+lioilal Tt•C1;7ica1 InFormation Suviwe ,( UEPARTMENT OF THE I NTER I OR (J, S. pE('t~Rj(~El,j OF GUr.iI ~E1;CE f EDERAL LNE RGY H1)MI N I STRAT I ON °•'°" This study is one of a series conducted in an effort to provide inforwatior. on the basic structure and characteristics of selected food industries. Po;•ticulr emphasis is placcd on fuel use by c,ajor type and production process as well as exploring the possibilities for fuel substitutibility and conservation measures. Fuel/Energy Use animal and raarir.e fats and cils meat packing m3nufactured rice sausages and other prpared meats bread, cake and related pro~ucts fluid nilk soy bean oi1 mills canned frutis and vegetables frozen fruits and vegetables r.niral feeds wet corn milling cane sugar malt beverages • pE'4CLS Sl!B1CCT TO Cii:. • 1)6.1dcnci(iers/Oycn•Gnd<dTerms . Y..produ<.d by NATlONA(. TECHNICAL U4FOR(:SATION SERVICE 01~1 .~y 3 / ~e •'~ a~
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Ref Q 14`1 $ !J, Bakiu€-•-1'rade Names 50257 3193 ;'....;ia 0 I . .., .. . '. _. . .. . . _ •..+~, ~ w•.......T..~.~~~..-I'+r-r _ . .~ .r•Y~'. ..- . . J 2 4 il
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Bakicg--Techr.iques 50257 3190 C:j IJdI&A-RI-'0 I tI FOw D Z: 0G LCSl., G (~..'tlrLAiCS1l 111w vZCr-^.GtS9 A9bS~ 0.2 r3^0Q3 Y,EOrbnrd lli1l Londaa I ,`T:-T.. ' ... . . ~'.i~[. '. i ~
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. 50257 3184 TP 715 Sp Baking. Sr~: i(~ r1,~ 1t~ Vr~,.. ~~.`~. i~~..,. ~ r.2' '/. 1969 b~4.-- _aJ, / ~•.w. .~J~. .. • .11c• 2~;~....., ~ ..~i.... a~C'i YVL'K ;i ~ n i~ (i 1 2 4 7
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50257 3198 hi7i:'J^I~G"i~ f3'_~ it~ ~ECT:t.Cu T; ~'r'N Tx;Cbfi:7:.:~v~ ~~;h7 ~52 p~~;aa JGil?7 W."e.eq b Saac, Inc. ttew Yor:
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Bakker, C. A. 2. - jt. aut. 50257 3200 ' ;.~ _.. ... ~': r, v. ~ ,~. i._. .. 1. . ~ ~ . . .......... _ _ i ~~.. ~ ~. . ......- . _ . ~ ... .. ~~ (.'::' . ...' .. :....._ . _.w. .,. . ; f: ".:; n } . . _ . ~ . . : e ..... ... - ....°i i'.'7.~.5 ~.. 1~• l~• L..o.....-1-. ( . li-:.,1. .-... i .....,.._.....:15.. : '......~.e l ~ t.. ...
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t 50257 3196 LUM~'iF .IML.~'I`.' S1`.MATION SI'lsW~Mr Looseleaf YzL%,ln` S7dus~zy Sanit,:~tion Staud:3sds Com:nittea Td,w Yr.rk 0 C? ! ~~ fl rt (; I ~) ~ ~~ s$
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I .. ' 50257 3167 >~ 3-J Die lcbensntittcl-Industric 24 (1977) 11. 11 /),p 76 TI Rez-78 STTTI)IT?S ON T1TE C,1IANGE OF AROMITIC CnAfPnNT.NTS Or CORTAN1)FR BY _ S.P. IIT:AT A'.vl) SURl,7MATrON T)RYI'vG. ~tY~~'GStlC.[iC~ft~1f°~ ~(1: ~;~C!~(':+^1C~C~~'ESti~'fJ ~"GC c.'iC:.Gt C;:;s [Y.C:ri, ~~0 ~{G•' cles [.©r [l fs~ae;~~ ccllt-r•ch c:[0 fstI(I .~/,. !;• L'/cJo vn rif.C.. lJ..r~d<`~ak/t,lla4l~?~[ r Prof. Dr. Sch. lC. Tscllopotnadse und 1).11T. Nacltfrtdsc, (Stttatlic)tc Urtivarsit;it 7'bilissi/Ut1SSR, Lellrstuhl iur Warenkunde Zusntnmcnfassung Mit lillfe der Gvschrornatogrnphle wurde cr- fnltlclt, dall )aa/and-:r bel dcr W~inm•truGc- nunl, betra~.lttltche Ulenltcn nn litheriacLen tllen vcrlicit und ncuc G.•:cchntrci:s- und At'utn:clcompuncutcu getvhtnt. 1)lese ~'eststel- lun(/ land nuch Uelnt orGunoleptlscLcn Vcr- f;lclcih von frlscLctn und ltetroc•t:notcm Kurl- tindcr Ihrc Ilc,tlitlgunP. Int Cvl;cnsatz dnzu Yer4ndcrl die Subllmatlonslrnc]:ntuc( die ortianotcptischcn Iabcnscltalten nut• unwe- scntllch. I'c3rotae ]IY'rcra npnttcuemtx rasoxportarorpatltcnt Gt.t- 1 ~ ~ j -~~ _ - 2 e essentlal o11s durln!, heat drying nnd rets new flavour eutrl nroma componcnts. '1'Lls statemcnt was proved nlso by orl;anoleptlc cuniparlson uf fresh and dried cor)culder. On the contary the orfunoleptte prupcrtics wcre chanl;ed only uncisentlally by sub;I- roution drying. Bel der warenkundlichen l3ewertung von '1'rocl;emvurze wevden del' Ge- schntatck, das Aroma und die T'arUe t;e- wohlilich ort;anoleptisch errnittelt. heim qualitativen Verglcich von. Trocken- ~ S " . tis~chcn Stofic sehr labil und trennen sich nicht nur bei ltiiheren Tontperatu- ren, sondern auch bei t;ew6hlilichen Llt- F;erunl;sbedingungen lcic'ht vom Pro- dukt. Es handelt sich d;lbei uln Al- dchydc, Ketone, Ester, hii'lere Ali;ohole, or6miische Siiuren, Azetale, Terpene und andere Verbindunl;cn. Zahlreiche T'orsclter untersuchten be- reils (lie 7.uscutuncnh:inl;e xwischen dem Arorrla und dcr cltentlschen Slruklur filnrf.• /a 5 R/ ltnrl b- - r ~. t , t. . t1 ~ t) ~l t` f1 2 4
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j 41 50257 3206 K ~ -- - . . i ~~~4:~rbodenKTeahnik.- Iiahl *_' e l ci, F.' . Bakteriolo ;i. sche P•;ahrbod©n--Technik. Verbasserte Aufl. 3remen, Geist, 1948. 227 p. 22cm. t~ ~ o n n n 1 2 4 9n
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TF 3:0D3 3927 PDDL FooD---ADnITIVF.s/ ComnilciI Ly JUANITA 2-:. l?.1itY.Ali A. 3t• 191s, 31. S. 191; i'e:i:•c,-sity of 1llinots. A. .Lr. ISi7 •(o.'•rrnl.v: ('r•irr+sirv. Fr71ow at Johus IJuylcina C'~ii;erany, Jchaul of F'ublic llealth, 1930- ! 931. h'o-.^rrrt .!x.~ciatc Pro/r.•xnr, /o;tror .,.1 /n•/ustrinr .4rta, !>rr.fun, 7r.r.cs• nnd tntrr 1'rnJ~aanr u+rrt ICt- scarch Sprciu7iat, tto•'iJu Stutc C'ol:r,uc fur 14br+.in. Avlhor of [he.Frrinr! t:dition "]'orn- C'hildren's Foori." Tlisiributtt; L'y l:~e Rcr;.•~rch ].rrt•: rUner+: o! CALUML'T 1tAKiNG 1•ONVD'~Y. COMPANY Chk. i:o. ]11{nuls 1927 Thc Conunot,~ccaltL I'res>, 7tte. Chtca; o. 11t!noia. L'. S. A. 50257 3195 M.ociern ~ 'I e -TIN ~ ~~ . ... ... -, lucluding The occurrence of almllinam compounds in f6cds and their efi7ect en health. i .I 4~...._.i.......a.L. . il . L!. 0
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50257 31 99 O'G c . „ ,-Jz~-~', C , '-7 J ! 13c~ ~ i~c ! G ~ ~} COMMERCE: DE:PAR'fML=NT PRRSI'I:CTIVL:: RE?SEARCI-I ANI) DEVELOPMENT CONSORTI,-T'~"" .. witli foretlioushr and proper safeguards research and development consor- !ia con be designed and operated at low risk of antitnist challenge." It is a pleasure to participate with you in this forum on the antitrust aspects of current economic, ecological and tcchnolo-ical issues. In recent years, these issues have rlSCjl to a role of paramount importance Cl i .1 (l q n 1 2 4 9 1
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50257 3205 r.R Hallmana, Lct;tar. 65 I3ak±ei:ok?;;ische \iiiirbiiden, al.s~e~~•iililte \iihrboflenre- li zopturei: fiir das medizinisch-b: kteriolo,-,ische Laboratorium. Stutt ;art, G. Tnieme,1Ds~:3. 252 p. Illus. 22 cm. 1. Blctertolo,,y-Cultures and culture media. 2. Bactertolo;p, bledical. r. Tttle. QR66.1I33 Library of Congress -;~-< - - - , .. .L ~ 616.01 53-35536 j l 1 0 0 t) 0 1 2 .4 ~ 91 - 7
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50257 3204 Bakt,, 1 , :~ Pamph- Dempter, Xar'i. ;;,, ~let Bakterion und Tabakforrosenta-li.ana :.~ VI De t=r~m+ NatWr~ti ssengo h3-rfli;,cj'ien Rurtc~5cheu j 1918:17I--73 t~.`Rq8 _^ 0 1 Ei - n n o 1 2 4 9 6
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50257 3207 ~'K liakterjofat*~c~h~s 'i'x~rhenbuch. Iicarb. von llorst Ilab_:. 3G. ti•crb. :1utl. Lcipiih,.J. li. I3r~rth,19:,I. ~ ~'~ =JJ p. 1` ctu. 1. BaclerIology-Technique. i. Habs, Horst. 1902- ced. QRG5.R3 1951 . _~ 54-2G.^,;,4 ; Library of Congress << ~ cIi -. -. . -- - -r~ . . ,0 ! o 14 9 r
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~ ~.r.zic . 50257 3214 `iac:ivevir,, Thc; ttn::ly ti(a) Lalance, its cau•e and use. Sandusky, Ohio, HAnllb0i)iC ]'ill/i;ri1('l•s, ~;,I, Go p. 21 on. 1. I:alance. t. Title. Q .C107..N 542.32 51--]0St) Library of (2un~,ress ~ ..~ t) ^y:iI o i ;i n n
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Balancc 50257 3216 3Wa4 (1968) ~ tti4r::cm, h. L. :.r Td.H ~ Phil. 2•,ag. ~4, .35Sw3~6 (3.9L7) 0 1, i 0 t) rE 1 's'_ -~0 Ps
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50257 3209 Agri. Res. J. Kcrula, 1974: 12 ;,'->) 113--116 r 76 I I l:e1 -7 f, S•1'• ~'ARIH:TAL REACTIONS OF GINGER (Zingif~er orficlnale R.) r . : TOWARDS SOI'T ROT CAUSED BY Pythtum ophonrdermowm (EDSON) FETZ C. BALAGCSFAI., S. BEIAVANI DEVI, G, INDRASENAN and K. 1. WILSON• Horticultural Research Station, Ambalavayal Rhizome rot or'soft rot of ginger is known to occur in almost all the areas where this crop is grown and cften heavy lessess occur in different localities. A number of species of Pythium, viz, Pythium aphanidermatian, P. myriotylicm; P a.rocile and P. butleri have been reported to be isolated from rotting tissues. But the parasitism of only P. apl:anidermatum, P. myriotylum have so far been tested and proved. Chemical control of this seed borne/soil borne disease has very often failed in the field. Studies were therefore undertaken at the Horticultural Re- search Station, Ambalavayal to screen resistant, moderately resistant, moderately sus- ceptible and susceptible varieties of ginger against soft rot. \-laterial nnd Methods ~l ~ il o ~ . n i i~. !'3 • n I
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~`(lti l i .. "5' . .. ~7i11i.amson, P.E. : r.. W. Okey, P.:;. 'SaAl"t; Oi' '1[TE; Ai:T Y.Ms:w' ON SI)JD,0E I'iCi;CTI:t'E by Y.esource Engineeri.n- Associ.ates ; FJilton, Conncc:ta.cut 06897 f or t:he FEDERAL VIAItiK QUALITY ADMINISTI:ATIOy U.5. D)'sPAF:liMENT OF Tlit. INTERIOR Pr.oF;r.am C17070 DIV Contract ; 1ri-12-499 Fh'QA Pr.o ject: Officer, }3, V. Salotto bdva,.ced Waste Treatment hesearch l.abor.r.tnry Ci.minnati, Ohio 'l:pril, 3.970 2 1.j n ~ c .• 5025'l 3211
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50257 3202 r -.T ~sc1~i~x~alixctl''6'heor ~ of Sor;)ri~~~E in r-la7}Oglc:a"i 1ti ~ ~ +,,.' ~•~~?Z'Es .S ~~~'i.Le ~ ~.)I\f,., jll.o<i 1'-1I,.1x ~~~~ - . :'•.~z~~el"1.~1~5.~~~,~'t ~ '~_T .~~.°- t~~.i~..Ya'on ~ ~ . . r, T~, : r J1" 1 ~a1.5 J f. of ti~e ~'o~,~er j,a~v ~ ysj~; l.~~- ~.~IG1ogica~• ~,~:ai:cr.t 2nt3~:~'~'~*: t::B~G~i ~11bi1S~tltc~ P. 0. ASSOC. F:E:.IFiER TS£r:Y.El~ - . ASAE - .. ASd-E ~ ^S n r - S C t id • d a }l l' f ll ~ iO O ur ace C clln eiS. \ apot eon enz;aeeC :a .v c r: is^r F i1 th ithm equa c:Uci ~+an ofesoer•,ie A.. tion derived in the f?rst papcr of Smaller pores have bcen fi;led in the :orbate thir scries (Npo<ldti• and Bal-l-er-Arkerna, p:cceedi:i~ step, wi:ile ii~ Iat,,et Dotes 7~1:•~~s, asstrm:ng :; eyii.~:..lrical reo-nctrt iS7a) ~•:as the assntneri po~ er 1aw distri- thr thi;~:ncss of t;oc ddsorb~~;i ld%'et Gr) fC+r pur70:PS Uf• si-aolicitti•" tr c, t~r:i.. _.. _ ,_ .. . _ .. --••- {j M i/ 0 / f i 0 l 1 12 `'~ 9 41.
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50257 3210 0- r 80 x I 1111111. <7cnrt. 53, .1Ji-zJ5 (1979) d I 0 by tiprint;cr-VcrlaG 1979 k ~ ,rrcqucncy of Sister Chromaticl I:xchana;cs in Cigarette Smol:crs f . n ; ~ ~-~/ . . I' R,tl.l',Krt.hp,t IN turtthy 11, t 1luman Grnrtir. l'nit. \ational Inaitutr of Nuritiun. Inriian Council of Mrdic;tl Rr,rarch. It%drrahad - itN11111'• A.I'.. In.iia I I ~~,/~// y2~~~~o~f _,,~,; 6) tiumtuarv.'fh.• rll'rrt r,t'ii~-,:trrltC .ntul.inc.Ni t)tr frrklurncy of si,trrchrutnatid rxch:ur,rs (SCL.) was iti~r,ti;~atr~l in a ;:r~ruh of aclult mrn. It ~~as observed th:tt thcrr aa. a si;_nifirant incrra•c in the mean SCE I•rrc)urnc% per rrll in smokers. (3oth thr duration uf,ttiokinzi, arkd the number t,l'ri-arrttrs smoked per day appeared to intlucncr SCE frequency.
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50257 3208 Paper given at 72nd Annu. Meeting of the Air Pollution Contr6-41 Assoc., June 25-29, 1979, Cincinatti, Ohio ~'he.~acsztri:~ cs.2. Redo4o: PeZi„~s auvQ Cor.~o 11 MeAl-79 _ S.P, fox, :~ataoti:•; Lt=0'?has0 frm Po:.lu:nea. Br,>'.t3$q I12.t1. 0 IIr.hur 4..a &.?30 . ha1,c+`hov Ya=y LIc~..a.rd.rJVitic!x . Chioze naln Adtd nistrat4oa °ow 3?m1wmQ :t cad ~'.r=- P• emot aaa C.toar,3.z-, I'yc;ui,,nwzu AkS 5 I ~ BroBaky rurr .'oioko2aovitoa - Hoad ot tho t c<~ dc?artm=tj Azuoaiate :.a 'T~,•chr.ioA Saio=o_, StAtQ Keaeercah Lwr;4.U;uIw,*o u° IsAnstFi.a]l md Smlta,.~r Gas C2acuAre 8clrur.ut T;cn= Lb3uc*srV-#c3i .• woad ar dopart-ao=t GVsta~instit-~~o goJ: Gab ilux-iSiaat.laa ~ tt r r~quijpmsilt Doaisn
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50257 3201 73 111 N- 41 J !1 ' a '~-~/~~ t c .:.r.::..>_..-._:.._:_....:...=-~ 1~ 'Fi1:A~ry of cQ~'~)i.iJ31 ~'I~~:;.iioa~lc~j.2~a x..~1 34A J;;cal 1 ~ ! ~Part 1Y~. - ./~C~SC3:.' ~~~.iUll' '~~~.iUll ~.,0I111'11'essio11 on SU1 vlnc, I ~ ~+ BiC1i0~l1 `c•'.j 1~~~t~i~.G'1"ti.l?S ~:'~i t..IGJ.~.SI~.~~ A' UT1GfI~t)]1 . U SrUr;~7E'.(~ ~1Tc~~~~' i'. J. Ngo:fdy at~;3'~: V1/;1 `~T iCcr=At:rE~nla Y . A5S0;;. N+bF•tUER +iFl7nF.Ft ASAE ASAE: Nthe fi.st of the series of papers on (034) pve R lclatio:cship between the so.•, •_io[: phcnomcaa in ,utolu6ical spr.cific co:npressiorn o, watcr, tll: intu- :erizlt, the :uthors (INt,col•.'•y and tt:l or intr'snsic i res.ur; eLar f_e a:td the t;r;-Arkeraa, 197U) &;;ved wit :~n cx:crnally applic:3 press:irs: of agueot;s ~ ±ra.mca•ork of a F.n.:+alizcd uieoty, sc,lutioas of ce;tain :u a[.ts. S:3mm ~ w~t?~er~•; rdtcationic,~~t.unini~a c;~si rli~:~S) c~°ri.°c~ a d;nsit}x rejytion wai,h,i,h .^ip~>Grlr1:^t. ~~.1[1:0U^i'. ; i'.n51L~ iCla- C.`(p.`CssCs 8(iSorl)ate (:Cn~lty in tCt.^.'s of t _... <, , ... .;r.....,. ... 7 ehemir;l potenti~! :,vcrage t;:ici:r•.css of a s:~ylA Iz~cr of ldsorbed molecul.-s, I`. In tl:c last s-verai }-e ars x rteat ccal of sci:ntific effort has Lee1 cx:: 3?.L.^Ti:Yitlr]v to nlUdel [Itathen:atlcai'.:'tttc °da+.lC~ l/s :~,_ ,;
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50257 3221 , a ''',J£IICE'^ 32ai. V. 1 , pt. 2. L::~UCii U:::? .•:I;~;C1i.'::::ISC:+' ,~ hrs~.-. vcn -riedr.J.c'ri ::echt u;:ci i:ict_ael K. i.^ca:.rl. ,•:ien ' v. in i.].ivs. 25 cm. Includes biblio{;raphies. Contents - See main entries. ,
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50257 3218 ~71 xx 4.G BA"GA..NCE"'SI'f.?ETS, IL'COI",!? STATEi•IFtiTS AND FINANCIAL` (IPERATING F.ATIOS FOIt THE FOOD ;' FKOCESSIN(;7rNIDUSTRY 1965-66 Gxciv, V. Smi't:l S:~<CE SftzCT.S, J?T:O;tE .ii(a'1'r?•"V'iiTS AND T`IaAt:CIAh O, E:?.ATityG c;.ATX0S ;'CiZ T17C FAO:1 'r~mtrr.r~;~„~ •n/C it . ~v .. ... .....•v~.w .,.:ur-w.• A.JVJ"b'v (l.;riaslturul Gconorzics Rcpost .+o. 117) 1968 61 PAgea t4±chiz;Yai StatA Uaive.roity Cast Lansing, ~. _ 0 1 't n n 0 .. 1 2 S 1 0 r4ich.
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; 11 ~ Sc Balassa, Joseph J. , It. author 50257 3226 ti (1966) ~ j ; G: Sc'oroc&r, IZonry A. .iut(:B 2.iat1J.5 IN MM-i: I:FSI-.ZIC, by Sc.hrw^v'2r, Henry A. r.nd Joseph J. P,a3.ESs:+. l izc~to f.l~~M: Jour. Chron. Uts. 19, (Ito. 1) f;;•-10~ (1S~6) ~) a<1 f1 ft t) 125
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50257 3223 73 XI Fo~-76 S.p. TOBACCO --NETIIERLANDS/ -. wr. ~n'. . . r.... . ...:.«: ~ -.... . ~.« .-•.,.-. z--. ' ,.. ~, . _ y...... - ~... ..- , .-. ,--..-. n~--.,. . , , r-r-.T., - . , . ~ ,...... .,r~ w \ ; RJR CL1tSS '•l0. PAh1PHLET 73 XI Fo --76 s. p. ~ Laurens, E., B.V., Sigarettenfahriek, The Netherlands 1 + F1NANCIAL REPORT FOR THE YLAR E!;DIIIG 1IARCN 31 , 1975. ~ *(f3alans per 31 mart 1975. )* ~ Laurens, F., Q.V., Sigarettenfabriek, Fin. Rept., 14 p., The P;Ctherlands i (1975) - in Dutch i ' 1:1 I ;I n n () 5 S
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. '`$AhAt3CE `"bl+' THE i ROPO.".PHERIC 020;'1R' AhID ITSI RELATl0!I TO STRATOSPHEft1C TIITRUS-IOi1S II•:DICATi:D' t`3Y" I II llu2-79 =COS l40GEI1IC' }2AD1.OI:UCL7DE; U~~cun<<.:; L 1Ir, , CU~j_ J1~?~_ 1; , S.P. , 7.'echni cal ProLrc•ss Report ,i R. Reiter, Ii.-J. Kanter, R. Sladkovic, H. Xiger, and' H. hiill cr ; Xnstitut Sur Atmospharische UmweltSorschund--4 der.Fraunhofer-Gesellsc.haft zur Forderung D-F3100 Garmisch-Partenkirchen, FRG 1 November 1977 - 30 June 1978 der anSewandten Forschung Kreuzcckbahnstrassc 19 50257 3219 I j PREP^r.ED F4P, THL US DEPARTrIENIT OF ENERGY UNDER CONTRACT a EY-76-C-02-3425.A001 1! . .~ I 1~~ 1 1 n n n . ' A f.0 r -1
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Z T ", 1•ie ~-- /2 ..~ S.P. ' 50257 3222 C1IY.OX.TU~ItA?'i11C P\1ALYSIS OF MIXTiTRF:S OF STFREOZSO.',ERIC Ai::._Il®LS AND MMHO:vES. By Godutiova, L. F. ; E. I. Klabunovskii, and A. A. Balandin ; Izv. Akad. Nauk SSSR, }:him, Ser. 1967 (No. 5) 7,013-16 (1967) The analysis of mixture products (i..ome.ric menthoZs, menthones, menthenes, thymol) resulting from the catalytic conversion of menthol is extremely difficult. Only recently was it possible to analyze partially such a mixture by gas-liquid and adsorption chromatoaraphy. We attempt to examine sou-te of the data concerning the ser aration and isolation of inenthols and menthones from r.aturall and synthetic nixtures by adso4ption chromat.ozr.aphy and their analysis by_ g,as-l:i_qui_.u..cbr.omat.o-_ . U 1;z o n o 1 %:S tA
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4 TOBACCO--NI,TIIE RLARbS/ 50257 3224 ~ U RJR CLASS rlO. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fo1 - 76 ~ Niemeyer, T., B.V., Knninkl i jke [iedri jven, Groningen, The Netherlands FINANCIAL REPORT FOR THE YEAR ENDIPiG SEPTEMRER 29, 1974. A, *'(Ga?ans per 29 september 1974.' Toelichting op de balans per 29 september 1974.)* t Niemeyer, T., a.'J., Koninklijke Qedrijven, Ann. Rept., 6 p., Gtiioningen, The Netherl ands (1974) - i n Dutch•, . ' !~ a ~ ft ~ I2 ~ t f,
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.~ : .. , i.aliforni a Rcor:50257 3225 tticd. 11, 1974 9:25 a.m. iU 11 bth Int. Congr. Es::entia? Oils, San Francisco, 1974 ~ r.e~ - 76 .~Tt1llc IES (1N' TH.:~~i.(~: {",~ , rn~)~rTTTON U. , E'" 1 ROSE 0_T! ~TRA(:TI'.I) FROM T;lL' FL^iVl;l( i Itd DIFfr.RF.NT STAGES CF T'.lf:Ifi Dr'vI;LC!"Mt-r'T. hY: V. Staikov, R. Detcheva, A..,jBjjnsinov;i;-Tzvetkova The oli fiinous Rose flower of Kazanlik which has only one blooming a year, around the end of May and the befiinni_ng of ,;une, produces afid stores essentiall oil in the -(petal.s, calyx, stamen ar.d pistil) Stail:ov, Zolivitch 1957. In refernce to the researchs already achievcd, we can see that the quantity of rose oil increases as long as the floral bud i•s increasing. The rose does I ft n n c: 1 2- S 1 7
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50257 3213 .:a rC .~~~~~ rJUVaA• a 0 11 11 1 0 n (i 1 2 S f 3 1~
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50257 3228 _Clinico Chimira Acto, 110 (1981 )] 69-176, U Elsevicr/Nurth-Hulland Biumedical Press 76 II Re-81 S.P. CCA 1651 THE CHARACTERIZATION OF A THERMOSTABLE ACTIVATOR OF P-D-GLUCOSIDASE IN NORMAL HUMAN SALIVA REBECCA CHERIAN and A.S: BALASUBRAb1ANIA0 Neurochemistry Laboratory, Department of Neurological Sciences, Christian 1tledicol College and Hospital, Vellore-632004, Tarnil Nodu (India) . (Received June 6th, 1980) The existence of thermostable activators of P-D-glucosidase (EC 3.2.1.21) in Gaucher tissues is known. We demonstrate the presence of a thermostable fac- tor in normal human saliva which activates the Q-D-glucosidase of saliva. The activator is specific for Q-glucosidase. It is dialysable and susceptible to pronase digestion. Sephadex;,G-25 gel filtration indicates that the activator is of low molecular weight, and polyacrylamide gel electrophoresis shows the low molec- ular weight fraction to migrate as two closely moving protein bands. A major propprtion of!the,~actiyatfr does not bind to concanavalin A-Sepharose. The activa~tor appears to act by binding to or modifying the salivary P-glucosidase in a time-dependent manner.
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50257 3230 m~laz'`,' Endre A., it. ed. Jea«loz, Roner W ed. T!ie :imino sugars; the chemistry and biology of coni- pounds containin^ aniino sugars, edited by Roger IV. Jean- loz and Endre :1. Balazs. rNew York, Academic Press, -- ; v. In j [llus. 24 cm. Includes blbliographies. COSTE\T8.- V. IA. Che;nistry of Ar,.ino Sue.ars. v. 2A. Distribution and biological role. 1. Amtno sugars. t. I3alam, Endre A., Jolnt ed. Ql? i 01.J4 G i 4.19294 G2-13092 Library of Corgre°:3 --' c4-1j 01 j nl' 0 n (i I .~ 5 ' 2
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50257 3234 ~ r1.5 I ~ 214C BuJ:aar, J,.. 1'i:9 9 L:12OI'au11C° of i.tOa iC~ v:1F~ lntena t"I 2rc1~ Cirus.. ._ . PRpCt:EVIuGs 9 C IE N 7" I FIC 7"P ( Puhl; shed t' :,;'; „ • _I I 0 1 ; ) n In () t 2 S 2 t,
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50257 3233 ~ TV i ?,:40 dP~~u~J~~7~. ; TOBL.CCO TYP,-f IP: CZECr,:3lCU,',CUIa £naI ish .'..'. Rc> nsr.t .
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50257 3239 ~ 978 Baldauf, G. H., ~t. author ; Na :1 A,. ~. 0 0 f1 2 S : i
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IX Re2-78 S•:P. 50257 3231 _ ~ . Acta. Med. Les;.• Soc. 79, 1R7-7Rq (19Fi6) CItANGES 1N CAR[30N hiONOX IDE BLOOD LEVELS tiJITtI A ' VARIETY OF IND IV IDUAL AI;D ENV I(;ON11EtJTAL COND ITIOI;S. PRELII4INARY INVESTIGATIONS. • By V. Marucci., and G. Umani Ronchi Acta t1ed. Leg. Soc. l Li~ge_/ 19:1E37-g, Apr./Jun. 1966. ~+ fro:n French by h1FD ICAL UOCU<<EIITATIGH SLRV ICE 'onty•'sccond Street, Philc•dcll)f;ia 3) Pa. In order to t. , out the carbon monxide blood levels under a variety of individual and environmental conditions, we measured them in ~ 148iiind,~vin al~ o wre,~b.e~ g,3exposed to the prolonged toxic action of CO becalulse of their occupationJ. and in 251 individuals who were not
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50257 3236 BaZd.raixn, N''Fr.hs,lan T. : lfi~T5 :i: ,^.i. `::: i: i~:;D ; t:~F~irJ:'hr: i i Ai w: ~ ~t iiVS.r7 y AL 1966 E0 U. S. 4 r.: 0 1 ;)
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SMOKING AND HEALTH/ REF Q 123 Un 1980 ORNL/EIS-163/V1-P1 ORNL/EIS-163/Vl-P2 CHEMICALS IDENTIFIED INICUMAN BIOLOGICAL MEDIA, A DATA BASE First Annual Report, October 1979 Volume I, Part 1 Records 1-1580 50257 3240 .is effort was accomplished under the aegiE of the Interagency Collaborative Group on Environmental Carcinogenesis, National Cance Institute, National Institutes of Health Chairperson, Dr. Herman F. Kraybill. Date Published - March 1980 Compiled by ,, ;•,,l~x~ .,..~ . ~,•_;,:., ~,,: M. Virginia Cone;'l(srgare F. $aldauf; Cindy Stroup, Project Officer Fay M. Martin, and John T. Ensminger Design and Development Branch Survey and Analysis Division Health and Environmental Studies Program Office of Program Integration and Information Information Center Complex/Information Division OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY Tennessee 37830 Oak Ridge Office of Pesticides and Toxic Substances Environmental Protection Agency , operated by 401 M Street SW (TS-793) UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION Washington, D.C. 20460 for the . DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY Contract No..W-7405-eng-26 r7~ ~'-J/ j 0 f ~~ n no i`~ ~ a,'~
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50257 3232 Tr'~,",~r'. ~ F;f,`0}:Tr,G om P<LuTF RJR CLASS NO. PA.*THLET 72 X Rol , ?ou;,, R. S. d.; Kastl, L. H.; Balbus, L. ~ (Cn:'sversity San Francisco, Inst. Chem. Biol., San Francisco, Ca1if.., U.S.)1, .SCi:TS : Fr:-.CTS OF :-?:1RIHU.%Na S_•:OKE ON MICE. Froc. ;aest. Phalmacol. Soc. 15, 21-24 (1972) (in English) Results compared with.smake fro^: tobacco c::Sarettes. o i o n n o 1 «? Zs2 4i
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50257 3?y2 ~ II `Baldes; Edward J. (Jt. Author) ~ Mc ~ T... . ::tic,:.bj R . . .. .::',~,1.~'. ....:i .~.•. .. .~~..'l:: .._.._•..;r .~.:r:...: 7 o n
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50257 3244 { SOLUTIONS ~ ; RJR CLASS NO. PAHi'HLET 75 XII :ii Nih.lilov, ri. (Bulgarian Acad. Sci. , 1'oJ ymer Lab. , 13u1g. ) TEt•it'ERATURE DEPENDENCE OF OPTICAL ACTIVITY OF DILUTED ETHYLEIZE-CLYCOLIC OF NICOTINE SALTS OF POLYMETIIACRYLIC ACIDS. Coinpt. Rend. Acad. Buls. Sci. 28 (No. 5) 655-58 (1975) (in English) *1975, No. 22, W 7873* *d* Tobacco chemistry: ..- - - ---•- ~,-... , _ .,.. ._..,. . - ...... . _ . 0 ! ~ ) C1 ~ (} 1 2 S 3 6
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50257 3243 { 71 :~ XII `.taldjieva, R. (Jt. Aithor) ~ Fal i D~~-:lo 23 +"~o• J) 795-% V.M) e! I i 'l 0 n 0 1 2 7 i 15
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.,.....w.. 50257 3238 jf~T~~o e y SEP.[ES ~~ y,s7 Pd Mass Spectrometry of ~ Editots ; UC COMPOUNDS Heterocyclic Compounds Q. N. PORTER 'e' Unicersity of Melbourne > ; J. BALDAS ;; . y Unine~Vt~,r e e nur _ ,.- ..R.-R'.,.:..'t,v`...~._~... ......~L_... -.~.14io..' .. ......Y.~ ..~.i:...., ... ... . ,.:- ..~~.. ..~J. .. .. n~:'~.'".aTJ,C{...."?..°.~.~~"~1_........ ... _. .39L::~^__. . .. . - ~.. .. . .. ..... ~ . ~.... ..: ,.~.~ ..A f~.. .... .. . .~ • ... .. ..,:. __.-._...~ . a ~ ~ .
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~ 50257 3229 ~Gcwer.zn,,c:11t Acc:essicil, h'o.3. Itccipient's Cr.ttalct;~No-~ ~~ 4.7'itle and Suhtiflc U1' 1\I0?.IOiIS G:^fiES Oh l'I".EFORi19 A NCT; 7. t1i ~liai (s) i~as iJ. ii.,clci~'cll, Jiol~e~ t L. \t ick, Jr _., and , r. ~ A2t, 9. Performing Organization 1\'ame and Address The Ohio State University, SS'stems Research Group 1)ept. of Industrial & Systems I.ngineering Columbus, Ohio 93210 12. Sponsoring Agenc,y Name and Address: National Iii~•h- way '1'raffic Safety Admin. , I)ept. of Transportation 400 Seventh Street, S.W. ,Wasl-,ini;ton, 1). C. , 20590 ~ I)0'1' l1t:-301 235 G. Pcrforming Organization Cocie _ F). Perfortn ing Organization Report No. RI:'-3734 10. Work Unit No. _I)OT-IIS-].L5- 3-772 _ _ 13. Type of Repoi t and Period Covered- P'ir.al 'L'echmcal Re.-; 1?ort., June 1973-August 1J7-1. 1.4. . Sponsoring Agency Code a i n n rl n1 2- Z'-)* 2 1
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50257 3237 6018 BCNA EUR J t ,, ~ A6 / LN810 p ~~ N NUCL MED W u)e' ~Q91 rn .. g7neldart', ~!1~Cerrito,J4'y' /1„cceri,itt..li_mi~,~ro Lunq scanrn ng by use of smsll nehulized particles permits to obtain different pat terns of deposition in chronic obstructi ve lung disease.Using not short-life ra dionuclides,elliar activity remotion thro ugh the major bronchi allows to obtain de layed images of the deposftion in the a1 veolar regions.SO patients have been exs mined after inhalation of 1-1,5 mCi Au- 198 aerosol by ultrasonic nebulizer.Scin tigrams were carried out coon efter the nebultzation and until IB hours after.the results obtained permit the following ob- servations.l)In normal subjects irregular breathing during aerosol can bring to an excess of particles in the upper airways. Scintigraphic neps become normal in later controls for the eltmination, by mucus elesrence, of the particles contained in the bronchi.2)ln subjects with high bron chisl resistancee a prevalent central de position of the particles is observed.De layed scans permlt the evaluation of el- veolar deposltion that is always inhomoge neous.Nevertheless, in subjects with ma jor bronchial obstruction and cilinr acti vity compromisslon delayed images are qui te unchenged.J)In subiects with periphc AEROSOL 5CANS BY AV-19e-COLLOI~~7 IN C/IRO'1 NOBSTRUCTLVE LUNG D~SEASF1,R: nnnno
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METALS--TOXICOLOGY/PESTICIDES--TOXICOLOGY/BIOLOGICAL DATA/ 50257 3241 REF Q 123 Un 1979 TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Plcasc irud /nstn i nons ur: dic tcressc btL tc co/nplctrnel 1. REPORT NO. 7. 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSION NO. EPA 560/13-79-011 ORNL/EIS-163/V1/Pland P2 4. TITLE ANDSUBT/TLE 5 REPORT DATE Chemicals Identified in Human Biological Media, A Data Base, First Annual Report (October 1979) 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 0 7. AUTtiORISI B. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. M. Virginia Cone, Fay M. Martin, and John T. Ensminger 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Health and Environmental Studies Program Information Center Complex/Information Division 11.CONTRACT/GRANTNO. Oak Ridge National Laboratory , EPA IAG Ao. 78-D-X383 Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Annual Report 9/78-9/79 Of f ice of Toxic Substances 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Survey and Analysis Division/OPII 401 M Street SW, Washington, D.C. 20460 16 ABSTRACT A comprehensive data base of chemicals identified i n human biological media (tissues and body fluids) has been established under the direction of the Environ- mental Protection Agency's Office of Toxic Substances Su rvey and Analysis Division. This centralized resource of body-burden information was inspired by the concern of government scientists over continuing reports of toxic c hemicals in human tissues and body fluids.  s t I - I ") `~, . 1
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50257 3249 50257 32U8 = Baldwir., Ernesk. .Dynamic aspects of biochemistry. 2d ed. Canibridr e tLn~.t University Pt•ess,1952. xx, 543 p. diagrs. 22 cm. I3ibliography : p. ~195j199. 1. I:iolopical chemistry. 1. Title. Full namc: I:rnest IIubert Francis I3aildwin. QIi345.r3~3~ ~a3 f~ 57 4.19 52-1(1i 33 Library of Congress I15J . ,..,,.,., : ~,,.r...,.,..~,.._....n..r..u~.....__, .. ~) ; ' 1 (1 tl (l ~ :~ ~a r tn
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RC 261 Ba 1978 _. ~._....__. ..,.-' -a..e. CANCER--METASTISIS/CA*;CER--CIIEMOTIIERAPY/ Secozldary Spread of Callccr Editcd by 19 78 ~.~ ACADEMIC PRESS Loildoil • New York • San Francisco A Subsidiary of Harcoi+rt 13natc Jovanovich, Publishers I t i () t1 o 0 12 aA 2 50257 3251
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.r 50257 3250 261 Cr i Baldw'Ln, R. Wt {Jt. Author) ?;G7 Lv, s: tur`}a'tlrtt:9 321 I'e.r.ea . Loa&)D J. . •
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50257 3253 III Du2-79 S.P. FLUOROCARBONS An Industrial Hygiene Survey of Worker Exposure in Four Facilities Contract No. 210-75-0064 Consultant Tracor Jitco, In;.. Rockville, Maryland 20852 iG. U. S. Public Health Service Center for Disease Control National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations, and Field Studies Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 October 1978 , ~ ~ ~1 tl r f ~ ~ %~ ? ~ ~
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_t +microf.ilm '1191 50257 3256 l.~aD 1U`~ ,4n.aI..2~t/, «A I ) ) ~ ~ ;~ 0 n ~a 1 .~ S 4 7
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50257 3252 •.a .. 1~..::_:~ ....... ~1~.' . . NICOTINE--SALTS/ • . .. . . . . ... 77 XII Mi RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 XII Mi Mihailov, M.; Baldzhieva; R. (Bulgarian Acad. Sci., Inst. Org. Chem., Sofia, Bulg.) TEMPERATURE DEPENDENCE OF THE OPTICAL ACTIVITY OF NICOTINE SALTS OF POLY(IMETIIACRYLIC ACID) IN DILUTE AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS. Jbur. Polymer Sci., Pt. C, 1972 (No. 39) 265-72 (1972) (in English) The influcncc of temperature on the optical acti,6ity of dilutc aqueous solutions of ~ nicotine salts of poly(.•neth,crylic acid) as tkr11 as of nicotine and the rtcotine salt of pivalie acid has been studied. It was found that the Icmperatu:e delendence of Ihe optical acti~ity , is nonlincar, and reflects chan.-cs in structure and protcotytic cquilibiia in solutions. lhe I variation of the temperature coefficient of optical actiiity of (lre solutions and its I dependence on concentration and wavelength are discussed. '-./ ~ , i) l 1 n ~ l f S!,".'"1'; I'l
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~:P >1> 50257 3263 v.? . ~ Pa11) E. G. ed. ~ Biocherr,ical pre_:;:rations. v.1- idew Yo~-kj J. Wile;f (1949- v. 24 cm. Editcrst 191,9-57 E. E. C: r±.e^ ana others. 0 () I i ; n r, (1 ± 11 11-~
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50257 3254 NI COTINE--PHARP•1ACOLO/Y gy/ / Effects of chronic nicotine administration on plasma corticosterone and brain . 5-hydroxyindoles in stressed rats J , ~~ `" D:J.K: VALFOUR & M.E.M. BENWELL DepartmenrojPharmacologyand Therapeutics, University oJDundee 4 /Ll~[ YG~G~y '! j [~l~4^ Previous studies (E3~enwelh& Balfour 1979,.1980) h'ave shown that the chronic administration of nicotine to unstressed rats causes a reduction in the levels and rate of synthesis of 5-hydroxytryptannne (5-HT) in COPYRIGHT 81 MACMILLAN JOURNALS LTD LONDON WC2R EN / the hippocampal formation, changes which have been related, tentatively, to the rebound increase in plasma conicoaerone levels observed when the nicotine is withdrawn. However, behavioural studies indicate that nicotine-dependence is best demonstrated in stressful situations (Morrison 1974) and, therefore, in the present study, the effects of chronic nicotine administration in a stressful situation have been investigated. Rats were treated chronically with nicotine (0.4 mg/kg/day s.c.) or saline (controls) for 39 days as described previously (Benwell & Balfour 1979). On day 40, half the nicotine-treated rats received their I 0 1 0 0 0 0 1 1' 1' 3 1 •'1 F;
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76 III Ja 50257 3264 Jacobscn, Murray FOOD/ Explosibility of agricultural dusts, by Murray Jacobson, John Nogy, Austin R. Cooper, and Frank J. Ball. [Washing- ton) U. S. Dept. of ihe Interior, Burcau oi PYiines [19G1I i:~ ~3 p. illus., tables. 27 cm. (U. S. Bureau of Mines. Report of investigations, 5753) Iiibliopraphical footnotes. 1. Dust explosions. 1. Title. Il. Title: Agricultural dusts, Ex- plosibility of (Series) [TN23.U7 no.5753] 622.06173 . U. S. Dept. of the Int. Library . 0 ~ f ~) n f f 1 7 ~:-', r . . •..
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It } 1 U () ( ol ` il (S9u,r ` •l=u) Oy9-6r9 i~~ '~h~ 17 tr";r='aycr.?t poo~i a,.Tla ~.C..,.w ~.c ~1ct l•Y•r .•c.u% Z9ZE LSZ4S U,y-a,_ .*;). (sy61) ' ~~~. E
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50257 3247 TOIiACCO--SMOKING--BLOOD ANALYSIS/ 78 X Re ° .. RJR CLASS NO. PA`•fYHLET 78 X Be Benfari, R. C. Mclntyre, K. ; Benfari, M. J. ; L'aldwin•s -At ; Ockene, J. (Ilarvard Sch Pub. Ilea] th, Cambridpe, Afass. , U:``S:~'°"' ~ THE USE OF~ 'HIOCIANATE I)ETERMINATIO\ FOR INAICATION OF CIGARETTE SMOKING STATUS. --~ Eva]uation Quart. 1 (No. 4) 629-38 (1977) (in English) . .....__, ..._..__.~.__----:_.........~.. ___._.._., _ The prrsrnt sturll• M•os carrird out rn drfinr tlir powrr ond rJfirirntY vJ thior-ranatt os o ctiscrirninarur for snrukinr stnrus, onrl tu upJrll• sumr principlrs f f dreisiun and ~ . ' IHi1ily anulysis to uid in the utili:uriun uJtlrr dingnuslirlrst in on inrrn•rntiun/:ru~,•runt. "Uota frum 6S2purtirironls in the .lfuhiJrlr RisA fortor Jntrrs•rntiun Triul (.SfJRf1T) n rrr usrd tn rlrriw thr sr ruirivit,r und sprrif+citp c f the tlriurYonatr test. PrrdicNivr ; rnlurs krrr compurrJ hasrd upun nr•n• prrvolrnrr rsritnntrs in orrlrr to drtrrntinr thr ; prt•Jictik•r• vnlirlitynJthr trst in rrniuus sqmplrs uf smu.lrrs. Thr srrund pcrr ufthr poprr im•rstiyorrd tlrr import uJ vuriuus cvsts of Nfors of diagnosis upon an inrm•rntiun i prugrum using rhiuc) onotr os a rlucrirninntur s•uriohlr. Irnpliratiuns Jur thr usr in intrr- i rrntiun prr,J:rons oJthioclanutr os oJil>usrd ro srrrrning ~rucrdrnrs arr discussrd. a ia
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50257 3261 72 'X I:rl TOF3ACCfi--S"f01:IhG--.CAfiDIOVASCULAF, EFFECTS/ S`tOKING AND HEALTH/ ,.... __._... ~_. _.. . ~. . y__,. ~..- . . . _. _ _.__.._.. ._.._., a _ _ _. _ __.. / RJR CLASS NO. PAMPIILFT 72 X Kri Krone, R. J. ; Gol dbarC, A. *N. ; Bslkoura,- :•f.z ; Schuessler, R. ; R$-:Isne',ov, (t'ntversity Chica;o, Pritzker Sch. Med., Dep. Med., Sect. Cardi.ol., ;f Chi r_=?gn, I l l., L'. S.) t EFFECTS OF CIGI'.fiT:TTE S:•IOKING AT REST AND DURING E?;I:RCISE. Ii. P.0Lfi OF ~ V£SOUS Ri:T L'P..\ . Jour. Appl. Physiol. 32 (No. 6) 745-748 (1972) (in English) L.
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-1 50257 3258 Ca] i fornia Room Wed. 11, ] 974 9:45 a.m. 76 II Re2-76 6th International Congress of Essential Oils, San ].974 ROSF FL0ti9rR STORAGI: CONDTTIONS AND TM;11: INF:,UIiNU ON 'I'HE QUANTITY AND THE QUALITY OF ROSl: OIL . by: V. Stait ;,v, A:: 8alinov.a,. ~wv~tT;dv; ; R Dextcheva and Tv. Kalaidj iev. ~,~`1 The oleaginous rose of Kazanli}: (rosa damascena Mill) starts its blooming ., neriod at the end of Aiav or the vecinnin2 of June and },eens its fioration ~~: - - - - F s.%s-CIL, /1, ~u%~~+bnly `or 20 days. Tae ~•~ict;;»~ of this flower has to taka place during n,orning hour:,, between 5 and eleven a.m.. These flowers are extremely fragil, the ~ +%,U rose tnncounters ce-a•tain difficulties in storing. Also the harvest of the 0 1 ;) 0 0 t, 1 2 =)' .1 9
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50257 3246 , 6-~~-' 7~ ~!. ~~~ L"J AUflfl• `F L ~~~~ ,. ~~ .-V1 4t C3S7 ~`~ fd ~ IIY J. 13AI.DR1', J. DOUGAN, w. 5..71\TTIII.WS, J. NAI31rY, G. R. I'1C'Klazl\G j A\ll F. V. 12OtIitiSOti', TROPIC:iII, PRODUCTS INS"1'ITUTl;, GRAY'S INN RO.11), LONDON WC2, l;AGI,AND e cl+nilN.Cltioll of tuilmcx' c,ils of difj'crenl raplricnl nrig%n hurc bc•err inresli,olyd nnrl n•oen- u.cscssncenl mucle of the e.csemiccl• of onc `F.nct' aul c:ne `(4`c.+l' lnclicnt r,^g in rcdatic,a lo apccific• cltc'min,l liltrc'rrls. 1/ sra.ti eortclcrdccl Ilrrct t/cc geo- hicnl sennc•e of tlie nulnu~ ir+flncnc•es the pnsitinu vf the nil.c tmcl th.ru their cuni- tintr can Ge° rehriecl to the /lurotrr. Snnre *omuponcvlt.c were dc'tccfcd in the oil cuul the rlity of 29 of thesc was eslcrblis l,: rl, 6 of the uiJied can,pu,renls u~{ 1 lrrn•iug previnnsh, r repOrtecl prc•scnt Ilf the fes.ce,,r`rktl qtiA of n i~ J b b MV? :_f 4:1 ., QSW-~_ . . 11 .
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50257 3267 74 X Co TOT3ACC0--SMOKING--IiEAL1'N EFFEC7'/S'MOKING IIAI;ITS--C'.IANCES/ , . • , .. . . . -t- RJI: CLASS i:0. FA:IPIILET 74 X Co ~ Co;aie, J.; IIa13., K. I'K; Sillett, R. W. (Central t3iddlese:c Hosp. , London, Gt. ; rit. ) Cit<LNGI::G TO C•IGtL: S?.0}:J NG . Postgrad. Med. Jour. 49, 707-710 (Oct. 1973) (in 4nGlish) *1974, P;o. 1, i•1 1O3* *d* Tobacco medicine: .......... r) n
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50257 3269 ; t30z Wllancej i'~?~1 S. ~ Jt. ed. f i i . . ;.{ . ;~7~ ~..;.'J ~' ... ... . ., F.YI!7 3.-V+V :,~ + L1 t:r ' 1 Li; . ?.`.~ So G]~ ~G 1~: O r2 3 to (a n Cl !..' 5 .P) 0
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50257 3268 QN,THE $ALL`FLOW:dETEit"AND THE FAI.L VISCOSZltE'TPP,: .. .. . . . . L. 9 s. ....... .~ ... ~~~ n6 ~ ~ Ya~~v (3.5~~3)
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50257 3249 50257 3248 ~• 3l~5 B Baldwin, Ernest. Dynamic aspects of biocheniistry. 2d ed. Cambridge tLn~.l University 1'ress,1952. xx, 513 p. diagrs. 22 cm. Bibliography: p. 1-19:i1--tp9. 1. Biological cheroistry. r. Title. Full name: I:rnest Flubert Francis Baldwin. QI I315. B-k 574.19 52-10 i ~:3 Library of Congress . ~.~.2~';'^'„~'I- ~ • T t ~ +'.!~- .i t . .. _ .- t..+~+..^~..s.-~~~.ww . . .. m.~ . . ~ ~ tJ ~ ~ ') n n o
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1 - - -- - ... .+ .. ~ IXII - Baidjiecrx, ft: (Jt. Author) 50257 3245 ~ Fa I a US;L '' _ y :.~'. l:ai~': , .,r. . aJ ~J !A•.4 E.5_,c~L...~ f:'y S. F:Ji:.iE'O'`.', I). siLz:id, li.f%Ca.l ~,.?.~is , 0 J~l,) ,() i1'1 ~3 7
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50257 3259 NICOTINE--SPECTROSCOPY/RAMAN SPECTP.A/INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY--TOBACCO/ = 76 VI As RJR CLASS NO. PAME'HLET 76 VI As ~ Aslanian, D. ; Lautie, A. ; Mankai, C. ; Balkatt4ki•~';X.°?.•+ (CNRS Univ. Paris., Lab. Phys. Solides, Paris, Fr.) RAIdAN AND INFRARED SPECTM OF NICOTINE. RELATIONSHIP BETidEEN ACETYLCHO- LINE AND NICOTINE. `~ ` *(Spectres Raman et Infrarouges de la Nicotine.)* ~ Jour. Chim. Phys. 72 (No. 9)1052-58 (1975) (in French with English ~ f abstracti The interprclation of the Itaman and infrared spectra of nicotine and its r.rono- and dilnotonaled dr!rivativcs enat,led us to identify a grcat nunrher of characteristic vibrations anrl to attrihute tl:cm cpecifcall}• to each of the two rinos: p~•ridine and pyrrolidine. The sul,starrtial sficctral varialions obscrs•ed l,ctsreen the nicotine and its rno:roclilorhvJrate, uhich is the most arlive hiological form in aqncout solution, conccrn tnainly tire vibra- tions of the pyrrolirfine ring. The electrronic clicct of the proto- nation of this ring ruighl be responsible for the high biological activity. The coml,arivon bet%ceen the spectra of n:vnoProtorratcd nicotinr, anrl that of acctylcholinc sho%%s th:tt f!r In1th molc- culcs. the part %%hich Lr•art the positive nitru;!cn in the most sensible one to the chans;es in (trc ph.\sical st:rle: the elcclrordc rli,lriDutinn of the prutunatcd nitrogens w.uld be of the sarue order for both cases. 0o l) f1 f1 (1
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' ' 50257 3257 ' ._. ~ ~ 1 . t• Aot01. C%A M. C. 11t1IN11ITPO13A, T. 7, Eiblfl 4, 1974, MUNN (Ii0111'APt;Si) ~ C. R. AC11D..,AGRICG c,. Dtn1ITROV, VOL. 7, No 4, 1974, SOFIA (f3UL(i:11:11) A - 1 76 1I R 7 6 .e 2- 1 :S. P. /nstitatc for Oil-bcarbrg Roses, Aranatic and Medicinal Plants -- Ka:anlik C ~ i ) r S C L I E~ I ,.~1 METI-IOD rOR DETI:RNIINA I ION O~- RO 'COMPOSITION IN A SINGLE FLOWER OF THE KAZANLIK ROSE, T 2 j .• C/ ,4 ~rastasii~::73rlliliot~a-?sietl:oin; Yulia lllihailora, Rositsa .4tanassora (Presetttcd by Corresponding Member Y. ltfilkot•.ck), on April 24, 1974) Direct methods for determination of thc~,Cssentiali, oil comro:ition in minimal quantities of fresh plant material are used ever more in recent years. These methods differ depending on the place of accumulation, the quantity and the properties of the essential oil under stuclv [3, 4, 10, 11, 12, 13, 16. 17J. The purpose of this study was to cstablish the possibilities for determining ~ the essential-oil comhosition in a sin;;le flower of the Kaianlik rose.The micromcthod ' ii hc cx- ~ p~ccl ~~ l;~r;(I] ~cqu~es ~-I0jj flc~-crs with a mrtn weight of '.0 to 2.5 g. "1 rcrimcnts were bnscit cin clata conccrninR the quantity of oil in the flowers [9J, I some of its nroncrtirs (S. 61 ancl the lit:ht- and clcctron-microscol)ic invcstii,ations 11 f
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50257 3271 RJR CLASS NQ. Ti::X'T£t(7f.1K RC :'56 Ba 1901 'fsaa 1 a n t v n e, B , l( eci , ) ; (:; chw abe, P, 1-I , ( e(:I , ) ; RESt']:RA'TL7F2Y P(.'l:)TI:::CTa:C1N, F'RlN(::7:F'LN:;:i ANlf) APF'L..:LCA'T:CONt:i, f.;hapMan & tlaaa, Loncaon , E::nclaand.:l9(iA . I Gi4 = 3783 ~ ~ (1 n n (i i w) s i ~
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50257 3270 TORACCf1--SMOKE--HEALTH EPF1;r;T/ T(1BACCn--SMOKE--CTLTA?tY RFFT'CT/Sht0}:TNG F, }1EA1,Ti','/TOBArC0--SiJF3STTTf1TES/ IN}iALATIO?1/TOXICOLOGY/TI;PATniAGY/CARCINnGI:'ITCITY/ C~r ~~ ~~c~'~ App c~~~~c~~ ~~~ RA 1195 .R 1 1977 B n Edited by ~, g R'~A~I~~~-BALLA NT:Y(V E{t~wl::;Fl.lo BSc, MD, PiiD, MRCPath, FlBiol Senior Medical Officer (Research), Ministry of Defence JOHN WRIGHT & SONS LIMITED BRISTOL 1977 0 ,! 0 0 D () 1
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' 50257 3266 ~~ s ~ ~~acu<t 2,1 k-'/ ('I) , J- 0- -`l) 111 1532 The application and operati®n of quadrup®Eev6nass- ": spectrometers invVacuum technology r.. Century £leclronics, Croydon, Surrey • -7O ii? ,. The general application of quadrupole mass spectrometers to vacuum problems and instrumentation will be discussed with special regard to, operation at elevated temperatures, process control, and residual gas analysis. Some new developments in this area of mass spectrometry will be reviewed particularly certain aspects of instrumentation and automatic control. The theory of operation of this type of mass spectrometer will not be treated in detail except where it applies to an appropriate instrumental technique. The use of radio frequency masm srcctrometers, partirulurly quadrupolc mass spectrometers, in varuum technology and other imPortant lickl, is nuw rumnwnrLa re. They are no longer dcvires of rurinsity hut very valuablc and Ilcxihle touls. Some tircas of application for cmamplc arc: /li Pw~hj cc r1/rna /n r 1 1 11 S ~7 7 I 1 . IJIJ '.~
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1 46 I3a11antyra, John C. C.ir.. 50257 3272 1 i si Stmppv.,, Jf,hn F. A 0'? by Jaiir, F. siaivnon, i'nn G. Robin, John C. Ballaa;tyna, John Groves, Chazlm-3 i'. . r,;;r.ar"1s czc: David no1."~. to2L 1967 536 Pnges John Wright & Sons Ltd. iiri6tol .I r
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! S}•nthesisjof Some 2,~Dilt}droP}rar.ilies. L TII Rez-7f3 ~'~lrai,incs "'iperazines ;.r. ~ - *;V4v•3.tit'tTXtt* R: li. 1'A7:UTAkA)AN 1%cpartmcnt of Cl,cmistry, Annan)alai Univcrsity Annamalaina;;ar tiUS101 Reeeivcd £ May 1977; nccepred 25 Jin,c 1977 M Condensation of Lcnzil with suhstituted 1,2-ethanc- dlamincs;furniAes 2,3-iliByilroiiyrazines (1). The dihy- dropyrazines on heating with a solution of sodium nntq•late in a+nyl alcuhol under};o dehydrogen;Ition to f!Ivc the correspondini; I,yra•r.ittes (11). 2,5,G-'J'rit,hcn,rl- 2,3-ctihydroiiyrazinc, on reduction witL soilium and iso- anryi alcohol, fiives two lsonteric hiper.izWes. •Prescnl address: \'ice-Ciianccllor, NaCmjuna Nagarjunanagar 522510. , 50257 3255 ~ ..: .? , ~~ M 11NY 2.,3-dihydroht-razines lmve L•cc•n syn- thcsizcd by conclciisint; ],2-diamincs with 1,2- ~ cliruLon}1 coml>our,<]s1 =. Iii this conintt:r:icatioll mvc rchort the s}•nthcsis of some tctrasuhstitutccl 2,3-dih}'clrolt•razincs (1) hy colulrnsirf; Iien•r.il wit11 suitably SuhStltute(1 l,2 cthanccliatnincs. 7hc di- amincs trcrc preparcd accorclini; to 13a1i,,h and ccm•orlcers3. Three of these clili}'drop}iaiines (S) Nos. 2, 3 and 5 in Tal,lc 1) c•xhibit fluolcscc•r•ce. ))chydrogcnation of 5,G dil~hcn}1 2,3 clih~clloptra- zine mas effected cithcr hy heating it above its nlclting poilit' or distilling 0 or by hcating it with alcoholic potassium ht'droxides. We have found Univc•rsity,, that thc dch}•drogcnation can be carried out smootlily in good yield by heating the dihydropyrazincs in ani}'1 alcoho] in the presetice of sodium amylate. The reaction clid not occur in the absence of soclium amylate. The IR spectra of the dehyctro;enation products did not show peak in tlte NI1-stmtching region indirtting that they are not the tautonicric l,4-clilhvdronvrazines. The clc•tails about the di- j?. I i 1 () M ;1
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OPTICS/ 50257 3275 ~ LE Y4C Lln ar t LEY SERIES IN PURE AND APPLIED OPTIC: S s e ems, 451y Ga Advisory Editor i 978 ourier Transforms, . S4>~I4%: Ballard, University of Florida , and Optics JACK D. GASKILL Protes+or o/ Optk.1 Scksoa optical Sdemra CeNer U.ireniq W Atim.. John Wiley & Sons, New York/Chichesler/Brisbanel Toronto 14 fi7 rr '1' ,. 0 ~ C) 0 () i1 1 2. ' S' ~,~ 6
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50257 3277 'w1a1n,%w: , jof t,'1 .z..COb .. . DxSE1:SES OF THE NOSE, THF.QAT hUII EAR, 11ch ad. 1969 948 PaFes Lea & PebiEer Philadelphia ~I { !) (~ Cl f E ~ ~' ', i . r=~ r.3
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!I'i.!~S1'T(t~ -{:111' ISTF:i / C0X,3US"fl0t{ f'l;OOUCTS OF t1ITF:?GEtt COiil~'sII;I„G PO!_Y , GwW. MUc+lyn•8al}-~n,. E. .;. t3oeLtncr pcpartnpmt of Environc.entai and In•:fuatrial H---alth School of F'ublic Health, The l'nivcrsity of ~P104 , y A'i chi an Ann r rbor t'i chi an 50257 3265 , ., , Amer. Chr.rn. Soc., D:v. OrP,. CoatiTi,, s Piast. Che.m. 33(1) 431.--37 (1973r)trod.4ction (! eil ities from manufacturers in their area. There are two basic environrental concerns involving plastics. The first has to do wi th thei r disG,osal , and the second wi th the toxi ci ty of their products of combustion when burned (either intentionally for disposal or accidentally as in home fires). The emount of solid waste disposed of by burning is continually increasing, and as a result there is interest in de- signing incinerators to in3prove their cfficiency, to use the heat energy de- veloped, and to do as much as possible to eli,oinate them as secondary pol- luters of air and water. It is thus necessary for the desiqner to knc•,r nore about the.materi3l he is trying to burn. This is especialiy true of plastics. Plastics currently account for approximately two percent of the total pack- aging solid r:aste. They are projected to account for eicht percent of the packaqirig solid waste by 1976 and 2.8 percent of the total solid waste by 1950.1,2 P:odern Plastics magazine speculated that a two-billion pound per year market for acrylonitrile-based plastics could result if plastic bottles n6r being test-n~arkcted are accc:p_ed for only two major• brands of soft drinks.s Plastics for disposal are received in bulk by many municipal fa- I n n ~ ... '' i ) R r- .-~ :) :; 6
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O gTI;rit3PuTr4d sa`'u.j S9e x•~ 3v:qa3 's' ~aZ t75GY xa;3L3T'jQN •(' cr.7or ma 2>oe~;~ C=~ S3~It?lI3 p»~~:^_H Sq s ::0 v::Sr-43 9CZE LSZOS ...
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0257 3260 - ~' ,.L'Cl - ~ t - ~, __ C,.,-`y l 7< hndrr, .nd Cl.r.[ hl~crnLv.ln Ks1 A ' _ t -rs-b or Ih[ he.rn.wc nr Ara•r iwu --`~---~ XX 1"/ _ 74 i>Enr•)'/ ~ / -r-1- li=/ '_~ -'l/- J. [.! Microbioloaic,al Asnects of the Preservation of Apple Juice, Factors Influencin` il;c :i-,eat and Radiation Sensitivity . . ..._. }. _ .. _. .._. . . .. __ I..J. ;'chndcr' AInA A•Ai.Bau(ay', ' - t:issJ ~.n~t I.U. Cl: rkes r(nstitute of [kolH~y, Rcactor Center, Seirersdorf iAustri U (Rlc'ccmcd JulY 27, 1170, iwt 106) .~~ "`I' o .f `Saccharon ,1}rc` s c;ercvisiae , and the Effect of Coi]lblm-e:Ci TI'L1t~.:"11C,?lt, Lt tl/e fint part ojtl:is report a dcscr:ption is given of tl:e ir,flurnce ojscv~ral fcctor; such as mcdium. pHaraf stnrage, on )-cast subrrtittcd to heat or.radiation 1rc:rtrncnt. Cells trcatcd K•ith heat crc ntore resistcnt in buffer than in app:e juice, while irrudiation i: rnore efjcctive ht bufjer than in arplc juicc. At a pll of 3.6. cells are more resis tan t to hca t and irrad ia: io n.'ior. at pN 70. Sro: ege up to Z or ,? montiu at 4°Cenhanced dre ncat atd r rdW tion trnsitivitv ojthc yeast adttrrCs 17tc seeor:d la:rt of this report i-•c>trcet s a eombu:ccJ i;e-v cr_i re.diarnn treatrr•.ent. The infuence ojaddiiior:ol treet- n;crnts - heat surpicn:cnta v to rca:-r:or: and ruc:arl:nn J:.7:;:i::rnentary to heat - on yeast eel:s is sntdicd. No s::,r,i rc_nt uijjcrcn:c, k•itlr one cxccp+lon, was towu! bet..'ccrt p•c cr,i posl ilcat trcat:ncnts. lrradot:on supcrint?or-rd cu,:on hrat t1 t~ I'• {} I
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u U iJ (? 1 0 0 QYudTanvTTyd saSYqod 9 Va i dat1Qd S(,)4 . h56t aa2uaTTvq •r uyor uu~ a?2uIIt"rvq cm•c.iutla plxtroH Xq :iiol '?j'fit:vi, V •ar,L •a! `-r uqt:r `xaSuajivg; BLZE LSZOS
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50257 3280 I A DICTIONARY OF NAMED EF FECTS AND LAWS IN CHEMISTRY. PHYSICS AND MATHEMATICS U.. W. G. BALLENTYNE BSc. Ph.D. F.Inst.P. - D.R.LOVETT l.Sc. A.R.CS. D.I.C. PS.D. NS.Lut.P. CHAPMAN AND HALL and SCIENCE PAPERBACKS . . ~~.w ~ ._. r, 1 0 0
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50257 3279 Balientyne,_ lleni3 William George. A dictionar)• of ;iatne,l efl'octs ;uul laWs in c1lit:;i-rrv, ph3'siCS. alld rnatllematics !b}•, I1. W. G. B;tllentp:e al:;l 1.. ;:. Q. 1Y:llce;. New I'ork, Macmillan, bY+IX2=y 2d ed.' v, 205 p. lllus. 23 cm. 1. Cheruistry-Dictionaries. 2. Yhystcs-Dictionaries: 3. Jlatt~~~- matirs-Diction,iries. i. Walker, Louis E,i«•a:J. Quintro-11, i, i..; pL}s?.~, :u,•! author. u. Title: \amed effects and ]amvs in chemistry, mathematics. Q123.I33 1059 ~ 503 5J IC;,J Library of Congress `""f tf0!
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50257 3274 80 I I Ey-80 S. P. sr.Y trotr:. 1'oc 6. No. s.19S0 ~.. ~.: Sex Differences in Information Processin~ Y v ~ 'Alan S. Brown, Mary Q. Larsen, Susan A. Rankin, and R: A1ari Ballard k Sout/fervi ltrdiodist C4lircrsitY /- I iJ) If U'XoC~ Sex differences in cognitire activitv were investigatecl. Using a list containing worcls itith masculine, feminine, and neutral comlotations, Fxperirnent I re- realed that nrasculine words were better recalled hv male college students (n = 16) while fentinine words were better recalled by jemale college students (n = 16). This difference was reduced on a recognition test. F.xperimcnt 2 denton- strated that the phenornenon was not due to a difference in the way males (n = 20) and females (n = 20) interpreted the rncaning of the words. 1•inaiiy, in f:z- pcriment 3, the nremorial selectirily was shown to exist in the same manner for h'lutc midcllc-class clcnlcntary school (n =32) mtcl high school (n =,i'2) students. l,eanung ancl repression interpretations of the effect were proposed. S'orne practical implications of the data were suggested. ni1~~s
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~ ~ xx Ballinger, Roy A., jt- author -J L'nJ? 50257 3285 i i 3 3. ..«._,. ... , ~ ... ..:Je . , . ~ . ~.'.. . ..:. " .:S .;, ~.. _ , ,r-.--.-:,.-.,-..-.T....-......a..-._._.-.~....,.~....-~,..~--~ (I
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50257 3289 RJR CLASS NO. 1'A*WNL1;T 75 XI We1•_rj3 (Koch Schel_terat. V. V. , ROLS:e-rdam, Netherlands) THE OUTLOOK FOI: lll,Ry: AIr,-CURI,a 'l(?'.3l',C:.O. tdorld Tobacco' SYmp. , paper, Loncioii, Gc. Fsrit. , 2 p. (Pfay 7-9, 1975) --(in English) I i i ~ x197_5, tdo. 14, w 4627* *d* ; Tobacco economics (agricuJ.ture) : j
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80 III Bu-80 Applied Optics, V.17, No. 2, Jan. 15, 1978 High sensiiivify pollution detection employing fiunahle diode iasef•s J. Reid, J. Shewchun, B. K. Garside, and C:.A: Ballik:4= 50257 3282 A laser absorption spectrometer is described which employs a wavelength-b.roable Pbl_,Sn,Se diode in con- junetion with a multipass White cell and which is capable of ineasuring S02 concentrations in the low ppl, range. 1Ve describe in some detail the modulation techniques used in si„na1 detection which enable us t:, measure absorption coefficients as low as 10-7 m-t. In addition, calibration of the instrumentation usin; small sample cells is described, and the question of interference from unwanted molecular species is dis- cussed. The instrumentation allows the measurement, basically at the sarne time, of a large number of other atmospheric gases which are of sionificance in pollution studies. For example, the present diode operatc- over 1050-1150 cm-r and can measure SO2, 01, N20, C02. HzO, NH3, and YAN. The addition of a secont: diode to the system will allow most gases of any atmospheric importance to be monitored. In general, thesr Cases have much stronger ir absorption bands than S02 and hence can be detected at concentrations rouci. less than I ppb. n .,(i ~ ~r? ,
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M 50257 3294 i.`. 8a):rn~r (1u::': ~.C;in i;-,ch, 1•ci:+..'rv ;;o) op'na, Ita }'Niai:i;:'1 LC FU\N?:I. SY;.t:17: f) Io nn fl ! 2. S) il S
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f ~• HYDROCOL2.OIDS/ 50257 3291 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOCY, INnT1STRi3L LIAISON PRnc;RAM PAPER N0. 70-877 4 r. .1 . 5.39.149 , 17.6 I Na-80 RHEOLOGICAT, PROPERTIES OF FOOD BINDERS ~--~~ I by l• ~.... • ~~ . ~ C tf •Est6l~''Balmacedl, ChoKyun Rha, Frank Huang, Respectively Graduate Research Assistant Assistant Professor, and Graduate Research Assistant Food & Agricultural Engineering Department University of Massachusetts Amherst, Mass. For Presentation at the 1970 Winter Meeting AMERICAN SOCIETY OF AGRICULTURAL ENGINEERS • Sherman House Chicago, Illinois o i nnnn~ :~~¢~`~ December 8-11, 1970
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50257 3290 t. i 1 ,a'1 T h -DII1J.CU, F. V. (vt.. ~,ut..or) , ..r ~. ~. ~i~i l'~.~YD ~. C'~J 0 t' (. ..1.~-.0) T I Tl i, ~ i1?• . ~:`r:] ld!'Ca .ic*,n in Gsmr. oqr,i.n.:nt hCITP1rn1 pI I x: " Y%nlIflf, ah.1 ... ._ . .. _ ~ i • ..a .. a .....- ~.....•, -.. . ., .~.~...._.. ~ ...-,.. Ir. h. I`ul~;3i:dC 1.:65 49 »ages Loc?:heed Mi(33{ les & Space Gunnyvala, : 11if . C~;,:.puny ~ ~ r) n
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50257 3288 ( 1. keport No. 12. Government Accession ~ NASA TN D-8281 ~ ` e it e onTnu tit(e i A Balloon Ozone Measurement Utilizing an Optical 5~~r Absorption Cell and an Ejector Air Sampler 7. Author(s) Ernest Ililsenrath and Thomas E. Ashenfelter 9. Performing Organization Name and Address Goddard Space Flight Center Greenbelt, Maryland 20771 0 12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Address 3. Recipient's Cotalog No. ~ 5. Report Date July 1976 , 6. Performing Organization Code ! ~ 912 8. Per(orming organi:otion Report No. i G-7698 ~ I to. w176 Unit 11. Controct or Grant No. 13. Type of Report and Period Covered Technical Note 14. Sponsoring Agency Code Stratospheric ozone was measured, in situ, from a balloon utilizing an ultraviolet absorption cell. The instrument was carried to a 38-km float altitude from Holloman Air Force Base, Albuquerque, New Mexico on June 27, 1974. The ambient air was sampled by means of an aspirator attached to the output end of the optical cell. A nominal ozone distribution was obtained from 16 km to the float altitude of National Aeronautics and Space Administration WashinUton, D.C. 20546 3~ kriZ. . I <} fl. 7 '1 3 I
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50257 3297 RJR CLAS;.•i N0 , TI_:X'T'B(1(71< QI: '! An 1982 Starr,M,P, (ed,); h.alnws;A. (ed,); Sr_hmidt,;l,M, (ed,); ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICRC1Bl:OL.[IGY. VCIL., 36. Annual Keviews, :I:nc.,Na].a Alto, (rA.£34', (IN : CN(:;, ) ISN =^ 5462 0 I () 0 n () 1 2 -1-, 8 P,
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t i 1 sI.CLIRIIY CLAS_.I/ICAlIOrI OI 1/111/'AGf (1'T.n l-.re /:nlertir ~ t III Du s.rp r[_i'0;; r r,t, ::Ufl1tTA1 IG:! [';,cL CC0;1-5[ ;'~ ~~ ~ l~c~i~TnL( (•+d:ubuu.J 50257 3273 I;}:A1~ I?~STI:UC'7~IC~11t !'f:Fl)Hf: r(".•1'1.ICTia; } i ~ L / / 7a nci /c ) 5. I T f C oP f1YPORT 4 PL1:10R [:.OVuRL'U ' t f~ I.S1[J+IOSHiCRIC CC.1[lOSI71C[! L~,LLCCf,-[,URr;C CXPC[ I!;FNT ' L3-LU J;_I' I LP LLI< I ..---^' RE[ ,7echnical f~c~~~/ ~ ~-- u C• CUHTRI,CI OR GIIAHT RL'4UCfq.) v~^; 4 a;~`L31.`:t~ ~ i'ar,k ~'. /ludson j S. (•L/li(11,141/<~.O1tisA/111.A11(i/: /IA/IL I1/1U ADpF1E5S ~• Atmospher•ic Sciences Lahoratory '% 4lhite Sanus [•iissile 1,411190, New hfexico i3B002 11. CO/(TIIOLl.IHO OFFICE HAMC LRO /.UGHLSS US Army flectroniCs Con;nand Fort Fionruouth, New Jersey 07703 10.~ I'nOGlUU fI.CA'fNl,/•fcOJECT. TA'+~- AREA G NQ'A"U.~Y/T /:UI1liCftS ~ DA Task !lu; jL1G11j~2~~L53~;n2 Oct T- 1.:.'77 ~ L S 11. FtOHIIORI/:(: A~LNGY IIA4L A~/.UD/as5[If JllJ.r.nl /~nol Cnnllnllln~ Ol(1[.) (11 rp 53 r \ \. 127 _ I5. SECURITY CLASS. (ol Ud- r.polp Ur_CLnsSIr-IM Is.. [rLEll.5.IC1CAl1ON0Otr1iGRAO:HG ~ iCHLOULE 1 _ 1.
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n'; 50257 3284 (U. ~..'L'C?IIoj.('. l:~nPi :C•1 C4tflber 1966 Ptz;-ta 296-328 U. So uept. Ag:iculCur® WaAhingtan, D. C. 1 0 1 !i 9 7
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50257 3296 MMUN,QI,QGY (vaccines)/yIROLOGY/TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS PROTEIN/INFLUENZA/ FUEL PRODUCTION BY ANAEROBIC BACTERIA/STAPHYLOCOCCUS/ MYCOTOXINS(Mutagenicity carcinogenicity)/YEAST(virus-like particles of)/FUNGI/'6-LACTAM ANTIBIOTICS/ ANTIBIOTICS/MUTAGENS/VIBRIO DISEASES/MICROBIOLOGY/ENERGY RESOURCES/ QR ANNUAL REVIEW OF 3s 1 MICROBIOLOGY VOLUME34) ~ An 11980 1980-s1 MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor University of California, Davis I JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor University of California, Davis r.. ; .. ALBgft~'~$A'LC~WS~, Associate Editor Center for Disease Control, Atlanta ANMIAL aEVI8iV5 INC_ 4139 EL CAWNO WAY ~l l l.l fl C1 C1~ 1 ~2 S) h PMA ALTO. CAUtVRMA 91)06
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4. 71TLE (.nd 3uDr11f.) _ // ~ ~ /'~ ' "::c.,B.~LL00tt AND GROUND 1SOidIT0:1?iG OF . "~ AT'.10.5FMRIC OZONE AIM IONIZ:~TYO;1 3hF'nF2G C0;7FLE'F7:~1G FOFzf.1 R OR NU1/~c R 2. OOVT ACC[13ION NO 3. R[CIPICNT'3 CATALOG HUMtlCH t10oo1~ - 67-A-0113 - 0028 i. TYP[ Oft RCF'ORT ~ rCRtOO COVCRB; , Final Report 12-1-71, throu~h 12-31-75. 0. rQI(1ORMINO ONO. R!F;OF(T HU:11)cN . AU1'HOfi(.) Y. ON RAG Oft IiANT NUMBCR(S) John L. usoAning Keng Hung Leong N00014-67-A-0113-0028 University of '.ar.nesot a,.nesota, Duluth, ll.i.nnesota 558 !. F'ERFORRIIHG ORGANIZATION NA:IE AND ADOF:IC:S ., . PROOftAM ea,ICd;:NT,PROJECT, TAS~ AREA e wOFiK UNIT NUMQ[R3 University of `.iinnesota liinneapolis, lia.nnesota .55455 ~ 11. CONTROLLINO OrIICi NI.ME AND ADDF:CiS 1P. RErORT DAT[t Office of Naval Research Decea.ber 31, 1975 Arlington, Virginia 22217 ti. NURI6HR OF' PAGEE 332 • MONITOFIHO AGi:NCY NAMZ 6 AODH[SS((f dIJ(..~ail ltoa. Cmuo/ilna Oltlo.) 18. iLCURITY CLASS (e( tAlf r:qori) Office of Naval pesearch Q a ~~~ n n t l 50257 3286 3 '
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50257 3283 Reprinted frorn Optical Engingcrinq E) 1976 Society of Photo-Optical Instrumentation Engineers, Bcllingh;un, Washington 98225 USA iq Point Monitoring of Allibtellt C011cellt"at1011S of Atmospheric Gases 80 III Bu 14 Using Tuilat;ie,,Lasers 1. Reid J. Shewchun B. K. Garside h;134lik'; . Departm;.nt of Engineering Physics and Air Pollution Laboratory, McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, L8S 41N11 Abstract A laser absorption spectrometer (LAS) is described which em- ploys a wavelength tunabie 1'bl_xSnxSe laser diode in conjunc- tion with a mtilti-pass White cell. Absorption coefficients as low as 3 x 10-6 tn-t can be measured as a result of using a laser wavelength modulation technique to suppress noise in the detec- tion system. This constitutes an improvement of several orders of magnitude in sensitivity compared with earlier reported appli- cations of the direct absorption technique employing tunable diode lasers. The performance of the LAS is illustrated by de- scribing the measurement of three gases commonly found in the atmosphere: S02 and N20 with sensitivities of 1 ppb, and NI13 withra segsitivA.y o~ bet~r tl~pn 0,1 ppp. The 1(at~:arity of re- sponse antl calibrat~an eif~tha knstr~tme+t'( areralsddisdtSssed in some detail. alent to that attained by the best acousto-optical sy An absorption coefficient of 3 x 10-8 m-t cotrespcc centrations of I part per billion (ppb) of a weakl molecule such as S02 (vt band), or 3 x 10-3 ppb c absorbing molecule such as CO. This sensitivity, coi the wavelength tunability of diode lasers, permits tr. of almost any gaseous molecular species to be mc• example, the specific diode laser we have employek: ent work has the capability of detecting ambient lr• gases commonly found in the atmosphere, such a, H2O, CO,, NIi3 and 03. Furthermore, our techni( suffer from interferences from unwanted moleculai can be easily calibrated even at the ppb concentrati use of the LAS is illustrated by applying it to mea three gases: S02 and N20 with a sensitivity of 1 p ...-... . . .. . .. . ., n . . 1-1. ~ t`.. . . _. . . _ 1.: __
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50257 3293 , ~ r J, 1 Rheol. Acta 19, 365-374 (1980L C 1 80 Dr. Dietrich Steinkopff Verlag, Darmstadt ISSN 0035-4511 / ASTM-Coden: RHEAAK Rheologt l.ahoratorv, Collcge of Engineering and Applied Science, The C'nirrrsitr of N'isconsin-.1filiraukee 76 II Re-80 A study of the shear viscosity of human whole saliva S. p. Daina Briedis, M. F. Moutrie, and'$; J:.~A1i.iier1 With 4 figures and 6 tables (Received May 4, 1979; in revised form November 5, 1979) I 1. Introduction Virtually all bio(luidsare water based solutions containing varying amounts of large molecular weight solutes. The natural entropy driven configurational resistance of these solvated macromolecules to conditions of deformation and flow can be characterized by rheological studies. The rheological behavior of a solution is a sensitive measure of the jnternal r~tacro- tlillecMar cbnQ-1iration 2nd 2he use d(' rheo- lnoi~al I11Pa¢nrmm~.+~r ...~ - ~' multiglandular secretion, it can be argued that its dependence on physiological conditions is typical of similar glands (in particular those producing sputum and bronchial mucus) whose secretions are much less accessable. Therefore, considerable information regarding the function- ing of glands can be learned from the study of the salivary system. 2. Whole human saliva
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50257 3299 Balter, Raymond R. (Jt. Author) To Y. - . ~~J. s. .. ... -s'.s.:.,.... ~ ..: )S ,.+:a w`l: 6'va~ iirr 4 O f~ i t.~.~ ~ F t `~~C.~. /~ \l~ c1~1:J ..~...~.y.1..~.-.. . +.c.....~i^ j .- ....y-•. . . . . . w ... ...;.t.- .. : . J i o, (1 n ti i ;~. :; 9 (1
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50257 3298 ,-~D r 271 BO, ~ . fYll ~~yl~~~,_ Ralstdn, Julln Noel, 1914 - A gmi:i© to filter paper and cellulosc~ powder chromcttu;;r ~- phy, compiled by J. N. Balston ar-d B. I:.1'::lbot; euitefi by Tudor S. G. Joness. London, If. P. An(rel, 01952. 145 p. lllus. 21 cm. 1. Chromatogrnphic ana:ysis. r. Title: Filter paper and cellulose powder chromatography. j QD271.B2'r 544.9 52-3132 rov, Library of Conbress fra3g10!
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eprinted lrom Jw.nol of Food Scienc• 7echnologiin ) 1773 by Inrritvte of Food 50257 3292 MASSACU9HETTS ISSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY, INDUATRIAL LIAIS(1N PROGRA.;t 76 I Ma..80 RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF }f-iYDROCOLLOlDS ~ i IYDROCOLLOIDS are used to generally nprove or manipulate the tcxture of ood products because of their ability to etard flow, modify getting charac- eristies, and preserve emul;ion and sus- xnsions. I:hcological properties are the nost important factors governing these ~esired properties of hydrocoltoids Glicksman, 1969). In this study, the rheoto~ical proper- ies of natural and syntltctic hydrocol- aids from different sources, rcawceds, ellulose and plant seeds, were investi- atcd. One sampklfrotn q3h q th¢!es co Food & Agriculturaf Engineering Dept., University of Mjssacnusettr. Amherst, MA 01002 © V',>~'i Mii4IXt~.'MrtCEDA, CHOKYUN RHA and FRANK HUANG ----! =._ l- / s9 - 7s-- 6. After three revolutions, a rcading .vas taken for every rcvolution until the readings ap- proached a constant value. 7. Motor was turned off and tcadinss were taken after 1, 2 and 3 min to obtzin the equiiitr ' rium yield value. S. Each cet of readings was taken by plae- ing the spindle into a fresh sample and follow- ing the above steps. RESULTS At¢ . AN EXAMPLE of the exper'mental data eOC obtained is presented in Table 1. The general power law equation with yield stress,
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~'AMB00 see also CIGARRTTES--PAPF.R--SUBSTITUTES 50257 3311 U ! ~, ` r) n fj t '>. ~~) n ?
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--.----t-----~-------------~ _.~. _ W ,~ (bitte frsilassan) en): (Vortragenden treichen)-unaittel- lgende 2 - 3 Zeilen ut bav. Firtit u. Ort des Vortrages: ro9buchstaben) azoi le U --ZUSAMMENFAS-SUNG 79 III Ot raBe des 17.Juni 135, 1000 BERLIN 12 R.Otto, K.Franke,_'W:Ha1Ees~ Institut fdr Lebensmittelchemie TU Berlin ./MODELLREAKTIONEN ZUR MAILLARD-REAKTION Y Als -- - 50257 3301 -. CHE*SISTRY, ORGA'rTIC--REACTION '.YSECHANISMS/ Mode11fa11'f0r die Maillard-Reaktion-hat sich die Umsetzung von_D-Glucose mit p-Chloranilin als auSer- ordentlich nutz-lich erwiesen. Nach Einsetzen unterschied- licher Aminme_nqen werden die P.eaktic?nswege verfolgt,_ (1 n f1 tl I ~ ~ ~ ~
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50257 3309 Balcer, Ro!xrt Lawrer:ce. Adventures in Nvirie; le' -ends, history, recipes. Edited by Ann:L _ll: rie Petersnn. Pho,*os. by the author. iLos _lnne- lesj Ij'. Ritchie Press [19G'J, x, 114 p. col. illus. 28 cm. 7.f?3 1. Wine and wine mZkina. 2. Cookery (Wine) r. Title. TP548.B25 6-11. 76-8ST31 MARC 7.tbrnry"ot Congress Go 131
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50257 3306 78 VII Ag-~j9 S.P. , Untersuchungen'iiber den EinfluCs der endotrophen hlycorrhiza4 auf die Chlamydosporenbildung von ?'hiela7,iopsis bo,sicola in Tabakwurzcln Von Phytopath. 7._74, 353-±G.t J1972) ~ 1~172 Verlagl'aul Parc}•, tierlin und Hambur Influence of the Endotrophic Mycorrhiza on the Chlamydospore 'Production o Thielavioprir Garicola in '1'o!>acco Roots WJM-F'tltl~d F. SCf {O,NBECK Less ch!amydospores of Thielaviopsis basicola were produced on tob;:. I roots infected with mycorrhiza compared to roots free of mycorrhiza. Cl,:., mydospore production showcd a negative correlation with the amount o mycorrhizal fungus present. Tests i n v i t ro on malt extract medium with the extract f rom my corrhizal roots showed an inhibition (80-100 ~J ) of dhlamydospore productioi in comparison with the controls. .
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L. 50257 3303 TOBACCO--FLAVOR AND OMR / F00D--I'LAVORANTS / RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET ~ MeG .. . _ , . ~~ ~ -79 -s. p. ~: ' Bal'ttE 4= W ~S4 . . ; ; (Tnstitut Lebensmittelchemie Tech. Univ., Berlin) A REV1Eld ~ ROAST AROTIAS . ~ . ~ ,_ ~ ;. ~lxostar.omen.)n ~ Deut. Lebensm. Rundschau 75 (Na 1).'2•-7 (1979) (in German - complete . , English translation available.) , , . . _ .. ~ A.comprehensive review ofOroma substances formed in roast:ed coffee, V meat and other food products involving -1-he'•Miaillard-reaction between reduced sugars 4 and amines and the more widespread StreckerYaldehyde degradation reaction between i amino acids and a dicarbonyl compounds, r~uch progress has been made in recent years 'f on the identification of numerous aroma compounds resulting from roasting of food ~: products, including pyrazines, pyidines, pyrro]es, oxazoles, quinoxalines, thiophenes, t_trithianes, furans, mercaptans, aldehydes and may other heterocycli.c compounds ..... 0 4 0 () r? () 1 ;1'_ :)* 9 41 6 !
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50257 3310 QD 400 w Barnhas. Lituis L - Fic•e-nlembered hetciuca•clic compounds N%ith nitro"en rnd sulfur or nitrogen, sulfur, and oxygen (except thiazole). New York, Interscienee Publishers,19;i2. 403 p. illus. 24 em. (The Chemistry of I:eterocycIic compounds, a series of monographs, v. 4) Includes bibliography. 1,,Hetcrocyclle compounds. 2.. Nitrogen compounds. 3„_Sulpbur organic compounds. z. Title. ' Vti .11 ~ 1n4Q0,I3$ *547.s 52-6f4o t ~ Library of Congress 120j (! n n of 10
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~zi ~ I'i H 5 50257 3307 ~ (1968) -`^I ^ .~ . .. .... . _ « . ...Lv.'..I 7 ~l T nr !~~.1.I G , f ;i.. ~. , 5) 456-4i3 (1°5b)--Tn ,^:;;Jiish o 1 (1 f3 !1 E1 I :,~'. ; 9 ft
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- w ~~ - 50257 3304 ZUSAMMENFASSUNG 10 "0 . (t'S:!e frsilass.n) ;qn): (Vortracird.n :t-!{ch5n) un c!;q.%J1 2 - 3 Z.f1e-1 tut 5iv. F;m1 u, Ott ~cs Varir~;es: •;9:,~_hstt'.~n) ~r':atle 79 III Ot Paper p resented at the Deutscher Lebenstr,ittelchemikertag, AMIN0 ACIDS--REACTI'ON WITH WBONYL COMP .. ~ I ~ M.Piloty u.iSO:`Ba2tes 1978 Institut fdr Lebensmittelchemie TU Berlin Sf ra$e des 17.Juni 135,'1000 Berlin 12 .. » !P STUDIEN ZUR REAKTYON VON AMINOSAUREN MIT 1.2.DICARBONYL- VERBINDUNGEN Die Entstehung wirksamer Aromakomponenten, wie Aldehyde und Reterocyclen (vor allem Pyrazine) bei Hersiellung bzw.Zubereitung von Lebensmitteln macht die Bedeutung der Reaktion aus, die allgemein unter dem etwas spezielleren Begriff "Streckerabbau" bekannt ist. Nur wenig weiB man; n---r - j ._.c ..
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50257 3318 RJR Cl.Af3S NO, TEXTBOOK RC: 261 ft~.7 1981 Yk11"+T'tV•'X•C4 . SS e d New ber r y , B, H , ( e d , ) ; STRESS ANI) CANC;ER, Hogref'e, C:,J',, Inc. Toronto, C:an, ,£31 .(:[N ; L"::NG, ) :C i N = 3514 o ~ n 0 0 0 12 6 0 9
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50257 3317 :3a:aiorth, A W Iudustrinl crystallization lby, A. 1V. Balniorth. \en- York, ASacmillzn,1966 t°19651 zalr, 3(31 p. llIus. 22 cm. Includes biblio;raphical references. 1. Crystallizntion. r. Tftle. TP156,C7B3 1966 660.284298 66-17213 Library of Con^ress ~ ~ I14-1I 0 1 i'll 0 f` 0 1 :? ;a t1 $1
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50257 3315 POLYMERS AND POLY~ERI?.ATION--DEGRADATION/POLYVINYL CIiLORIDE/ QD 281 Ba 1975, C®MPREHENU IVE CHEMICAL KIN EMCS CDITLD RY Q;N: BAMFORD :..:< ._ M.A., Ph.l>., Sc.D. (Canjab.), F.R.S. Camphrll•Brown ProJi•isor of /ndustrial Chemistry. University of L(verpool AND C. F.H. TIPT•ER Ph.D. cUdsloU, D.Sc. (Ldinborgh) Senior Lecturer in Physical Chemis>ry, University of l.iverpool VOLUME 14 DEGRADATION OF POLYhiGRS ELSf`.VII:R SCIEhTIfIC PUULISIIING COMPANY .A%ISTI RI)A%1 -OaI ORI)- M1I'%' YOR/: 1973 0!~~ n n n 1 2 6 0 6
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FLAVORANTS--CII1s tISTRY/T'LIVORANTS--SrNSORY FVALUATIO~J/ 79 III Ba I rl~(~VUt~1V1j-•'ut1J l.~u~~.ui:VV:u,a~::Zr Z. Lebensm. Untcrs. Forsch. 169, 9-16 (1979) Niedermolekulare 1nhaltsstoffe von Raucharoma-Praparaten Werner' Raftes'und Ingeborg Sochtig - ~; ",-,7 - n J AAr1C-c4 Institut fur l.ebensmittelchemie dcr Technischen Univcrsitat Berlin, Mullcr-Breslau-Str. 10, D-1000 Berlin 12 , 50257 3302 -~---~-~-- tt.1~-hn Low Molecular Ingredients ofVSmokc Flavour den heute vorwicgend in ostcuropaischen Landern und 1'reparations den USA zurn Aromatisieren u.a. von Wurstwaren Summary. The composition of 12 smoke flavour prep- arations from different manufacturers was analysed by gaschroniatography on glass capillary columns. 70 compounds were identified by mass spectrometry and the most important representatives of the phenolic fraction were determined quantitatively. Sensory qual- ities of some characteristic compounds are described. angcwandt. Da die toxikolorische Gesamtsituation noch nicht geklart ist, hat die BRD bisher nicht nach- gezogen. Ausnahmen bilden lediglich Muchersalze und -dcxtrosen und auch Rauchcrschinkenaroma, die vom Gesetzgebcr als gerauchertc Lebensmittel be- trachtet und nicht als Rauchkondensate (RAK) aufge- fal3t werden. , Da aufgrund der lebensmittelrechtlichen Bestim- ' s im Lcbensmittel Zusammenfasstuig. 12 Raucharoma-Praparate ver- mungen die Anwendung von RAK schicdencr Hersteller wurden mit Hilfe der Glascapil- analytisch nachweisbar und eine sichere Unterschei- largaschromatographie auf die 7_usammensetzunl; ih- dung zur konventionellen Raucheruns moalich sein rer fliichtigcn Inhaltsstoffe untersucht. D^r •:nu[3, beschaftigen wir uns seit geraurner Zeit mit der 70 Kompor.cnten ditrEh Pop~te;~~ ~ ~~~~~.. l'`titcrsuchung solcher Produkte [1]. Wie wir hierbei spektromeirie identifiziert und dic • feststellten,enthaltcn RAK's eine Anzahl verschiedcner
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50257 3321 ~... .___.__.. - 76 XI Re-79 S.P. RJf? CLASS NQ. PN~^}iLET 70 XI Pe-79 S.P. British Co1u,,bia, GCVern,;,ent Gv,p1oyees' Union Grit. Co]::r,.ia Govt. Lmployees' Union, nev;s release, Gritish Columbia, Canada (1•1ar. 1979) - in Inn1 ish *Abstr. in: Kar,iloops "Jews 1979, n.p. (liar. 5, 1979)* t: C) I tl .0 0 () 1 2 t~ 1 2.
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1~ ~- 50257 3314 i V~XIDATI:ON OF /YDROGEN F: K;<ARBON MONOXIDF,/NITRn(;D? OXIDF.S h}iYDROGEA/ OXTDATION/ ALn1:11Y[)T'sS; - 0XTD:ITION/HYnROC11RTI0NS---OXInATION/I1LC01IOLS----CO^IRUSTIONiCO'•i[;L'ST7()N/ KET01r'F,S---OXTDATION/KI:TI,:N1?S/ESTI:[cS/\TI1'1:OGEN CO~i['O1J2,:DS--CO?fVUSTION/IIAI;OGI;N COlll'UNnS/ PE);OXIPES---OX II)ATION/ FLiJOROCAR}30NS / COA 4PRE.Jr_.lENOQIV E CHEM_ICAL KINETICS) QD 281 Ba 1477 X VOLUAik:17 IIASI: COMBUSTION F.DiTED BY URi) ~~4r.i t~tffii1~P13~lAiF b1.A.,1'h.D., Sc.D. (Cantah.l. P.It.I.C., I°.RS. (hrn~ 6rlhfunw•n /fofrss,)r of biJustriat Chrniistry, University of lJvrrjaol r%.) 1 o n nn i;Z *0 (1 C. F. 11. TIPPER 1'h.D. (Brisiol), D.Sc. (LdinburFhl &•nior l.rrtwrr in Physicn! Chcrnisrry, Univrrsiry of l.ivnpon! EI SEVIIiIt SCII:NI lflC 1'L'III.ISIIING ('OM1'ANY AMS) -F.RDA11 - OXIORU - NL11• YOR{; 1977 t S , ~'l c2'~ C?11 _ _
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50257 3327 AVOCADO/PINEAPPLE/MANGO/BANANAS/PLLANTAIN/GUAVA/PASSION FRUIT/ PAPAYA/ACEROLA/PERSIMMON/FIGS/DATES/MACADAMIA/LOQUAT/LYCHEE/ 3io TROPICAL AND Na SUBTROPICAL FRUITS 11980 COMPOSITION, PROPERTIES AND USES Steven Nagy, Ph.D. Research Scientist Florida Department of Citru~ Lake Alfred, Florida Philip E. Shaw, Ph.D. Research Leadel U.S. Citrus and Subtropical Products Laboratorl Winter Haven, Floride • avi 0,Y.tp~- I AVI PUBUSHING. INC Westport. Connecticut 0 1 0 n n 0 1 2 6 !8
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. _ `- -• 50257 3320 . TO13ACCO--AnVFTTISIVGf XI ToBz-77 S,p, F'.JR CLASS 110. YA!THLF.T XI :bF32-77 s.p, Financial Times, Lottdon BAN ON.CIGARE'fTE ADVERTISING UF.GED BY BRITISFi PiPS. Financial Tiraes, 1977, p not given (Apr, 5, 1977) (In English) ke , '~A'BAN on cioarette adver1ising ezcept at !:ales nutlets is amono lecomrnendations made y'ester- ~.day by an' a11-party Cnmmons •-committee on Preventive ~ m : edicine. • • _:_:J The comcnittee %~ould also li :to see coupons abolished, vend- ' ing mach'ir•.es placed where `ehildien cannot reach them and an annual increase in t_he tax on : cigarettes, suf3icient to dissuade ~•young pe ple from tal:ing yu J '_smoF:ing,~
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' ~ t;cl 2 24-73 50257 3322 FkUIT/ l;,,zl•jT-,D NATIC1):`S 1'(10I) aNll l+Gl:1Cl;LTUI:I. 012;;A\I'LATION corr"#-:n1 al?I T "Y. B uL L E, T I N S rR I E S SU, I 1:C\31; 1971 CCnrv t'c.o f,z.. : t r
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M . 50257 3324 . HERBICIDES/INSECTS-- NTROL/PESTICIDES--VIRAL/LIGNINS/FLAVORANTS--FOFL%tATION k'ASTEWATER/:4ATER--P RIFICATION/~trTALS/ FERTILI7.EF.S/TISSUES _-CULTURE/ ti0ROTF.INS--SOURCF.S (3anana wastes) / A Publication of the Society for Industrial hlicrobiology QR 151 De 1979 ~~TMTTE)T;~1t~~~.c~~ ~~ I Volum e 20 Proceedings of the Thirty-Fifth General Meeting of the Society for Industrial Microbiology Held at Houston, Texas August 14-18,1978 ARLINGTON, VIRGINIA 1979 / MICROJWILOLOGY t ~ 11JEVELOPMEI IN , o 1 ij t) n I o 12 6
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: Z~~ ~tt• S 1~.I 1(,~,'l:C~~~; /i'..n.^'l.,:~:.,/\:,~ll,l.r; 1(n:;ifl • /1i^L;P,IC ~ C11);1).A'1;:GJ:I;/ . ,. • QI:' 495 '. Pu 7.9 70, 197.2 2 C. : PDDL i c. T R 0 IL-11 I .A -1.., C R 0 P S 50257 3328 Monocot~dcdons 1-- ~c, lq7a. .2-:E,C, iu-z, J. W. PURSEGLOVE Halsted Press Division JOIIN WILEY & SONS, INC. New York 9
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50257 3323 VEGETABLES/FISH/FOOD--COMPOSITION/PF.ANUTS/C0C0NUT/SOYBEAN--PROTEIN/ GRAIN/WHEAT/AVOCADO/BANANA PRODUCTS/CORN/ IT I'ROPICAL EOODS: 370 In 1979 1 I i CHEMISTRY AND/MJTRITION r Proceedings o~an Inte•rnational Con(erence on Tro dcal Foods• Chemistry and Nutrition Held in Honolulu, Hamaii, March 28-30, l97 GEORGE E. INGLETT U.S. Lh7urtmed n( AEri(vlturt Srirncta.uf Filucntvn Admi,tistmfva NorUirrn Regiaul Rnareh Cnttn Fmria• IlUnds GEORGE CHARALAMBOUS Agricultural a.-td Fad Chrniizny Diriston o/ tht Amtrican Chemical Society St. Louis. Missouri 4 . S T. / ' j. 4t ~ ACADEMIC I'KEtiS New YOfK San FPaniist:, i.o.'10.^. A SuFsuhary of Narcourt Braa /vnnauh. PuFlishrn V. . 1979 C~ 0 10 0.(; 1 - 1 6 1 14 •
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78 III Py-78 OnRT30I1YDRATES--PY1tOLYSIS/ 50257 3300 1-locl)Rc(luenipyrolysc al>Isgciviil)Itcr Kol)Icnhydratc* ;\ CJ1 ;Wcfor,l3~iltcs. und I~tns-I+,ef Schmnhl :v.,; >~,..r.. . _ In,titut f.ir I.rh~n,n+nt~Irh:tni; CIrr lrL'hni,L hrn I'ni% rr•il;it lirrlin Ntiillrr-Iirc:Lut-Str. 111. 1)-I111N1 Ilcrlin 12 l~I1i„ht Frequency 1'yrolysis of Sclcctcd Gtrboh)tlratcti I Stnnmany. GIuct»cj amylusc, amylopcctin, ccllulosc, fructo.r. inulin. sitcclI;urosc, cclIutt,sracrtatc ancl n1cthyl-ccllul0sr wr:rr trcated h) IIiRh Ijcyucncy I'yn,l).i. IC'tni~ I'uittt I'ynol~si:) at 7(1l) C. Volatilr compounds funnrcl by this process "-cre scharatccl by g:ts chruntatograhhy aacl Ihc sIructures: Jctrtmi:uci by- (iC' I4S. T.usamnlcnfa..un;;. GItlcosc. Amylasc, Amylohcktin, C'cllulti.c. I:ructosC. Inulin, Sacch,truse .uwie C'cllult>>racctat und Mcth)lrcllulo.c "iurdcn tlcr I lOchfrc(lucnrh~ ruly,e tC'urit:-Punkt-I'yruly ,e) bci 700 C untemorfrn. Die entstandcncn Iliichticcn Vrrhindun.gcn Wur(lrn caschromatoerurlrisch ectrcnnt un~~ (Itt-rh t~iC~1tiC~.Ii~~iu~hiiri~cn :~StriJkttl~cn Z11~!~111 t111C1. 0 '7.. I_ctxn,rn. (Intrn. I orsch. 167.01 77t1')7,x/ pctragcn und diner in cinctzt hc.chfrcquc;;;ctt \Vcch:;cl- feld inncrhalh \crn 20 31)m:rc clurch rlttstchencic \1'inceltitriimc his zum Cw-ichunkt crhitit, wo das '1•riigcrm,ucriol seine I'rrmma ytirtischr I:icctischaft cinhiil.it untl h,u-aniapnctisch tcird. Nach kuricr Ah- kiihltni,'rrh;ilt clt:rA'r:i,-,cr wirclrr.oihrn fcrrumagncti- .chcn Zustand ztnriick und %% irtl, ,ulan+_c der I Iochfrc- tlucra.-Gcncrator in l3ctrich i:t, tit;il;,tig %ti.tlcr his ztmi C'urichunkt crhitvt. So sind I'yrolysczeitrn n%i,chcn t-)?-- Ill.rr rinat•Ilh;tr. I)cr ('uricpunl.t stellt clahei cinc 19atcrialkt,n.tuntc des Triigcr> tlarr untl ~%irJ durch clc,.rn '/.u>;tmmen>eti.unv wrau:!)rstimmt. su dal36nc Itcihe On I1•m0,cteml,erattucn cxakt vorgc- mThlt "•crtlrlt kknnrn. AbbitdunW Ia icigt im Aufrill drn an cintn Gasrhrumatoera- C'uric~untt-P)n+l~,rrinhrit rhin angehruchten I'~n+l).ck+ypf cmo •rach I i.chrr I 11. +I+e nach rlrn Anvahrn \ on Siman Iyehaur N•urJr. I)rr in cinc I'~ml}•cLanunrr au. Ot:ari cincchraihtc I'crru- tnacncti.ncc l.ritrr nrit dcr I'n+L+cit.uhuani +\irti .u in ~I+:n I'\n+ksc-
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' A 4 ,~,-'~FM ~ '~ ..~..,_.....~_.~..~~._.-...,~- a ,, 7 i ropical Products Inst;tute ~~ W `°~ F"~' L} r • '~.•+~' ~' I ~ ~ Con'Fre rence on l t~'~~(;~kcal and sub-1ropccal fruit-s 2 Held at the London School of Pharmacy, Brunswick Square, London 'i:.'.h - 19th September, 1969 6 ? n ` _ ~.~a~
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50257 3333 (Z. 866 V b.ina:?RS-'^u? 33as-~$ Li n!1 Von Loesecke, Harry Wiiltird, ] KK5 - I3.Ulatlasj chemistry, tP0h1U)ir)L'1. :)(1 :l'1'. (•il. New 1 orI., Intetscience Yublishcr::, 1950. si, M) p. lllua. (part col.) map. 22 cm, (Economl,: ;rop a, r. 1) Bibliographical footnotes. 1. Banana-Diseases and pests. 2. I'ruit-Ripening. (Scric~) Sri37J.I32 VG 1950 631.772 51-65 4 Library of Congress A ~ r n ! ~ .~ l.r, ~, 01.
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' 50257 3331 CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHE'ItICALS/GENETICS--TECHNIQUES/ GENETICS--DISEASE/HU"LAN GENETICS/ ETHYLENE OXIDE/AMES TYPE TESTING/ 1 I MUTAGENICITY/U. S. E,NNIRONKENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY, OFFICE OF TOXIC CHROMOSOME ABERRATIONS/ SUBSTANCES/ Qti 465 Mc 1979 ~ ASS r[E-S" 6 CN G CHERI::wAL MUTAGENS: ; OLBDSPRINGHARBORLABORATORY 'phe Risk t i J~~J `~ q• to H~rr'i~i6~~~ 2 .~-..s, Edited by VICTOR K. McELHENY Banbury Center i SEYMOURABRAHAMSON University of Wisconsin
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50257 3334 .. ., , . . , _. `YaiJl~= - `rOI1 LoP.se:.k2, 1fiarry Wiflard. 118:'v w =y Bmlflllas; chemistt•y, physiolo-y, , tcchnology. 2d rer. ed. .Ne.w York, Interscienc2 I'ubl:slu?r-., 1950. sxi, 1SJ p. illus. (part col.) map. Bibliographical footnotes. 22 cm. (Economic crops, v. =) 1. Banana-Diseases and pests. 2. Fruit--Ripening. (Series) SB3 i9.B2VG 1950 634.772 51-G5 Library of Congress ~./ --- .. _ ....~.~,.4a....,....~....~......~.-..._....,n.~,•~ c Iknn n t1 IP ? 15 2 5)
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50257 3332 RICE/SCRGI?UM/ASILLBT/MIZB/RLANS/VL'GLTAJ3LI:S/CASSAVA/SI''rrT POTATO/YA?•1S/TARO/ TONu~TOES/PFPPBRS/BANANAS/PfANGOS/ORA.;GI:`CITRUS i'KUITS/ t;OCONUT/COI~ FEE/CACAO/ TFA/COTTON/JUTL/KENA'r /SPICES/SUGARCANVIIUERI:I:/VANILLA/CARI)APiOt•I/PEPI'I:I:S / SB 111 Un 1974 r Bdited by J. Lr:6N Plant Production and Protection Division FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION O1' TIIf; UiJITL'D NATIONS ROME 1974 / UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, Rome, 1974 Ff10 Agricultural Studies No. 93 11,/`~NDBG:GK OF PLANT .r.NTIiODUCTI014 I IN TR`,~P1tCAL CROPS l3 1 ~i o n Rf 1 2 0 2 3
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BAPlARe4S;°:`.FOR `A-TleE12=i: y''CI:r.AA.~V C.AVQIi,w. 50257 3335 ~ Cus;rc:>zT, CiiSiord w. I~.4.iiA:~AS: IOR A '1'.:`3:VP. ICE CPZ,~..'';'a FL?16'L'z?% hm. TJ~fry P.ev. 31. (i<a.5) 16-17 (1.409) ...;..'-p~~.._ ...._,C....r..i".,-.:..{..~-.:
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. a 50257 3326 jr! / _ ~, ~ 7 -- ~L .~ t r /. r~~I. L :f. kJtA1C r. i. $corr t vo:r sycrnv .... __ --. _ : &i;«dby A. C. iIUMl: A.R.C. Food Fcscarch Invitutc, Nonvich, En.land : • VOLUMI? 2 197I • ~ rt j . ~.~ ~ :~~~ ~:x~ll ~ .~~ a i i FOOD SCIENCE AND TEC1 tNOLOG l I ACfa r-..'iUC Pn-'SS London and New York - Editcrial .^,oud noon ! 2617
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~. {I7;`. ! Y1c.r~,~ y ~1R1'~.l l~t ~[lVNTT„ Li%Jf 50257 3313 ~~ aGSCRIP'FI4:d, CULTURE; 'AND :;II'Z..I~A'C; a f - ~r ~...::~.~r..r.w '~ ~s G "ioxt .~~ ~ . ~ 1i.• BA-;39s) iff L^dT:iP, STA'[TS: C-'SC:.IP7iaa, by ?Uo S. Tt'ap:• oi r:.~o-,~c ::--G+."'..11'ctl T1{~~1n{.^.tt l~e+~ei~.,lr~.,-,.1 Jaan.rnF. ~n.-..tnn. _. _ -. -_--- .___... _. ..~..... .._,.,..~-. e4LxicVl. t.d1G: ~IaGIIQGCJo:G Ijo. 19.13 I951 74 pe~es U. S. D-,2t. of .ricultu:e '~t~;zi~btca, D. C. el ~ ~ t~ n n (~ ~ ~ '~
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50257 3336 TOBACCO--PHARMACOLOGY/ SMOKING & HEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ SMOKING HABITS/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--INHALATIO"!%T0B'ACCO--ItANUFACTURE~ & TRADt--U. S./ 'BANBURY REPORT # 3~",, TS 2240 Go 1980 ~2b C. A SAFE CIGARETTE? Edited by GIO B. GORI National Cancer Institute FRED G. BOCK Ros7ell Park Memorial Institute OLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY 1980 P g•, The Banbury Conference on Less Hazardous Cigarettes, whose proceedir are contained in this volume, was planned and held dluring a period of remarkabl rapid shift by American smokers towards low-tar cigarettes. This conference occured at an unusually appropriate time for summarizing what is now known abou the degree to which hazards have been reduced for continuing to smoke. o t nctno 1 1tS 2 7
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50257 3337 RC CANCER--GEOGRAPHIC~CANCER--EPIDEMIOLOGY/LIFESTYLES/ 261 CANCER--GENETICS/LEUKEMIA/DIET AND DISEASE/MORMONS/ADVENTIS1 Ca GENETICS--DISEASE/ RADIATION--BIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ 1980 ...'~.,=.F r t s. r CANCER INCIDENCE IN DEFINED POPULATIONS Edited by JOHN CAIRNS Imperial Cancer Research Fund JOSEPH L. LYON University of Utah Medical Center MARK SKOLNICK LDS Hospital 1 COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY 1980 0 I n n n o I ? ~~ :? P) . ~~. --- ---- -- -- =-
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SMOKING & HEALTH/ASBESTOS/OCCUPATIONAL DISEASES/RADIATION, IONIZING/ CARCINOGENS/CANCER--U. S./EPIDEMIOLOGY/LEUKEMIA/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/ CANCER--CAUSATION-- BY ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS/ QUANTIFICATION OF Edited by ~OCCUPATIONAL RICHARD PETO University of Oxford ~ CA ER MARVIN SCHNEIDERMAN COLD SPRING HARBOR LABORATORY 1981 Clement Associates () 1 7() 0 0 1 01,0' t~ :4 (1
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: 5-73 ., ~.t,~ Chc:r;icrti I'xocessir~' ]4 (£3jG;r G; 0973) 50257 3316 {a, t9. -t~ ~, ~ ~_ L ~ l'^." c ~~ ' j 11°~~ ~'ar'r~. - C~ li ~~ , f'U ~L^': `CCXTlYdS••:w_..:An:IS.:.ilY-l2LL'r'J'..:CtitL~tiS-LS~..C/1[~if.Ut[T.Jf'10~.32'iSs.i;~,'7Y3N[KAl1 tSf:lL9.~.:Y.Y2IIiYJ!tis!.~TCL^~ .. . F9!~S+SiT6l.S4Y.Sara7GiGC'~fG'!Y:da:'ULd Thc first-time user has a multi- iude of alternatives f 1"olll which to choose CHOOSING i11D 1\;PLEASIaNTING the components of a eomputer-b4sed system includes an assessment of a number of frtctors over and above those of particular machir.e and software characteristics. Growth in the range of computing methods open to a prospective customer has never been grcatcr and it is increasing continuously. Thc ad••cnt of the s*nall cotnpt:ter and miniconrputcr and the giant reductions in cost and size have made it possible to im}•rove the efticiency of a control systetn or production e\'erb.^.fore. ^ A business contact's good or bad experience with a particular computer or supplicr should not be taken as leconunendation or condemnation by itself %cithout kno:Z inZ all the facts or conipa.rino all the srecial features of titc applications- The time necessary to install a system and get i t opcratingcf.i:.iently is easily underestimated by the inexperienced. Nunwrotu a:cpects of interfacing instrtunentation and devcloping the reduired soft- ware play an important role. Suf!icie.nt planning and preparation are essential. Pe.rforma nce ob;ectives should be set to assess system evaluation after installation. The import:lnce of adequate software aids, engineering support and service should not b.- underestimated. The new systen; must be seen to bc bcneficial by all affected parts of the orrani~^.tion. ]ntcrnal antaronisnis within an orFanization should be id:atified and reso!s-cd tefore any system is installed. \i'hatever the app:ication five key rules of computer selection apply. 7hey are: r, ~ y ) i•tt t, ~
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50257 3338 RA 422 Mo 1980 ACCHARIN/RISK BENEFIT RATZO/CARCINOGENS/ LABELING/' ' ,_' ~_;.:/HEALTH EDUCATION/CONSUMER PROTECTION/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--S0CIAL ACCEPTABILITY/ Edited by LOUIS A. MORRIS Food and Drug Administration MICHAEL B. MAZIS The American University IVAN BAROFSKY " The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions COLD SPRING HARPOR L~ ORATORY 198 p~`/\/l;_10 l Product Labeling and 0 ' (1 ~d~Ith i~i~k's 9 8CSH8 ~
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50257 3325 . 76 III Du ~7qGG/ i .. ~~ .~ . 01 ?'s~CI. A deux reprises successives, en avril 1970 et juillet 1971, dans cette revue, nous avons tente do faire Ic point sur. les travaux ayant pour objet 1'etude de la composition des aromes de la banane (notre article de 1970 n'a et6 publie dans une revue italienne qu'en 1972, c'est•a-dire bien tard). En effet, pendant longtemps peu de chercheurs se sont int6resses A ce fruit, car l'odeur de banane, ou I'arome-bana- ne, pouvaient etre produits par des melanges artificiels a peu de frais, rendant moins urgente la connaissance scienti- fique do la composition des matiores volatiles naturelles. Ce n'est quo tout recemment, a partir des annees 60, qua 1'on sait quo I'arome naturel est bien diffcrent des mclanges classiques du comme.:e, et surtout a partir des anlldcs 70 quo les consommateurs, constatant la difference, disent Ieur preference pour les extraits naturels non renforces artificiellement. Bien entendu, il y a une part d'exagcration dans cette exigence du pruduit naturel : je pense avoir deja montre quo le mot rcnatureln devrait etre proscrit, tout au moins pp~Ir Ie~ fruits cu~'tives (c'est d'aylleuri la pp sitio~ du Servlce det la Hepreislon as Ftsaude, en/Irarick), At F'ruita - vol. 30, n°12, 1975 P/0, V3_ 9f 9 32~ ~ ~ R JDUPt'dIV N'!y Pour eviter fa confusion, au lieu do citer ces articles par ordre alphabetique suivant le nom du premier auteur, ou par ordre chronologique de publication, nous allons les examiner par equipe do chercheurs. CommenSons donc par les travaux franSais, peu nom- breux, rnais qui nous apportent cependant des conclusions interessa ntes. Le laboratoire de Physiologic des Organes vegetaux apres recolte, qui se trouve voisin do la Station experirnenta- le du Froid a Mcudon est bien connu de nos lecteurs car ses chercheurs ont publie souvent des articles sur la physiologie et la maturation des fruits dans notre revue. Apres avoir efudie surtout les fruits a pepins des zones ternpc:rres et entrepris des travaux qui font autorite dans le monde, sous Ia direction du Professeu. ULRICFi, il s'est interesse aussi aux bananes ot a leur maturation naturelle ou controlee. Nous avions dejA cite en 1971 Ie norn de Nicole PAIL- LARD, appartenant a cc laboratoire ot a celui de Physiolo- gie vi-getale appliquoe de I'Univelsite do Paris VI, qui avait 6 .,,, -. ..,,,.,,• ., ,,- c IiCTrllll IC n1 f. AAATTCI In. 1n.L...:_
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50257 3342 `',BAI4D;QV~;l3Qt7t,I;SNf:,t;I('.A.'~:311!C}iT';^~'TYP~ tilt~: y Y.:,1jns Diachine Cwap.,ny TQB!',CCO T'riilLS;CitY ','.:CIE":'.iE4Y 1'L.ZERS, ETc.. Two Vo1u::? . Nolins Machine Co;rpFny Londun O , , .. ., _..,~,-_......~.,;r. ~. , ~.- - r. ..,.~.,..,.,.,,-.. ~. ~ ~ n o X 3
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0 . 50257 3346 -~--............,...,~....~.....~.,:~,.._~.,,,,..,,,5.+..,........i:'~ ~.....,...r..,..~........~..... ~.., ....:.......... LANGUAGE/COMMONICATION/ gF Neuro -Linguistic . o° Prograjnrning: 1980 Volume I The Study of the Structure of Subjective Experience Limited - First Edition Number\ 9977 Robert Dilts John Grinder Ric.h.ard Bandler Judith DeLozier / 1
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50257 3340 o;; .r!-i:(!- -SI•;C?:71'- - t 'S`. C: OL^Gi I C)v SCiUTii MOM/ 73 X I;a ? 7 '{ T:n2 I:JP Ci, ~I' ~I vP-TviIl'Oity SCULIi 1):ii;. y U. S. ) : .'I:'~., ' ' •:D :' t~Y~i.:;:;i`'.;IO:...•;;.C:.L.~t~Y~i.:;:;i`'.;IO:...•;;.C:.L. T~.~Y~J:~S?:S TO ......~•~., ..SS. ~ •~~'` • ~ •,._..•. c`;1,: . rw •, - . . . I:fti '1i -i(: ,: • . . . . . .. .,. :t }i...i;. lsif'::l>, :•fj , vC:'-illi0;., South D?F:. (:`',.i .',(:5E) K.. .".il; _.. ..'~ 7•... : IJ G .`. : i' . 101 4. . t-A V . 0i 1.:: . .. LClaw ;' i r; n n t~
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50257 3347 ! i ___ __.._.._~.,..... __.....~_ .....,y. ~:.:e....~.............~..,........ e Y o u ie } Structure of Subjective Experience ' , ..,,. ._,..~..~~.r.,.._.__.~...>.:~__.~...,...,.,..,._ LANGUAGE/COMMpNICATION/ BF Neuro -Linguistic Robert Dilts 30 John Grinder o; Programming: 1980 Ricfiard Bandle~' ~ ; Yolume I Leslie C. Bandlel TI Judith DeLozier ' i th d St ' Limited - First Edition ~~~T ~. Number~ 9977 /
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. .. , _ .:. • 50257 3341 ~c~anr_~,.r~,+~rrdJNl tNnd„~„r:~.pC::~_::•r ~ BAND IviODEL-'CALCUI:ATfONS FOR. CFCt, IN I I I Du2-80 <<;' THE~ R-12 Nm REGI.ON S.P. PETER M. SILVACGIOt and ROfIERT W. BOESE NASA-Ames Research Cent<r, Atottett Field, CA 94035, U.S.A. and ROGER NANESt ! Department of Physics, California State University, Fullcrton, CA 92634, U.S.A. (Receieed 6 Junt 1979) Abstract-A Goody random band model with a Voigt line profile is used to calculate the band absorption of CFCI3 at various pressures at room and stratospheric (2t6'K) tcmperatu:cs. Absorption coefficients and line spacings are computed. 1. 1NTRODUCTION The vibration-rotation bands of freon 11 (CFCl3) have been studied in the past.t's This heavy symmetric top molecule with very small rotational constants has a multitude of rotational lines in the bands near 10 µm, •which should explain thf• lack of any discernable rotational structure at modest resolution. Thus, the spee(H abserpti,)n ^_-e!ficients for trichloro-fiaoromethane should be a slowly varying function of was,e!ength, making it an ideal candidate for a band model analysis. n n .,0
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50257 3348 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCt/ALCOHOLIS"t/PSYCHOLOGY/ 1 , BF 30 Ba 1969 . sTA..-oen v.1%T-urnr HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON, INC. Newl'ork • Chicago • San Francisco • Atlanta Dallas • Montreal • Toronto • London • Sydney (U) ~ .; ~-'
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50257 3353 1 1 ) LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT/WOMEN/HOUSEHOLD AND FAMILY STRUCTURE, TREW 8-3-80 76 1 Ma-80 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY THE NATION'S FAMILIES 1960-1990 George Masnick and Na~y'J1i'$ane" Joint Center for Urban Studies of MIT and Harvard University INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM Joint Center for Urban Studies of MIT and Harvard University DISTRIBUTED FOR INTERNAL USE B1 MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. MAY NOT BE REPRODUCED. 0 1 0
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50257 3287 VOL 82. NO. 9 JOURN1L OF GFOPI IYSIC 11 RLF iRLt1 P MARC'ft 20. 1977 S, b Balfioon'°Ubservations•of the Time Developnient of the Stratospheric / Aerosol Event of 1974-1975 D. J. HOFMA\N AND i. M. ROSEV Depornuenr nJPhrsit.t and Axrrnnnnn•, l/nitrecilr of {Yi•nming, Larmnir, WronrinA 82071 Approximately monthly balloon soundings, at mid-latitude using an aerosol particle countcr, are utilized in a study of the time development of an order of magnitude increase in the stratospheric aerosol level which began in late 1974. A substantial rcduction, by a fa:tor of 5. as observed in the total number of stratospheric particles with r 2 0.15 vm from the peak observed in February 1975 to the minimum observed in October 1975. The ch3racteristic dccay time for the peak particle mtxine ratio was about I year. Aerosol vaporization nieasurements show that all the new aerosol hasing r>_ U.15 um was sulatlle 3-4 months after the increase beean. a result suFgecting a relativcls rapid gas-to-parUCle cumersion process. If the gas involved was volcanic SO2, then an injection of about 0.7 `tt would be required to explain the aerosol increase. ll ' IN'TRODUCTION From 1971 to 1975, as a part of the Climatic Impact Assess- ment Program (CIAP), the University of \t'%oming atmos- phcric physics group conducted a program of monthly balloon soundings of the stratosnheric aerosol la\cr from Laramie, Wyoming (41°1), and less frequent soundings from other stations. Measurements from the start of the procram up to the suntmer of 1974 have been reported previousl\ [ilnJmann ol.. 1`75; f~utce•rn er,al.. 197~Sa). Since te~minet,ion of the CIAP 0ografii' in 4Uly 1975, mo.nthly"3oundingsrat Laramie have been continued. f:-r.maia (14 .5°N. for particles with r 2 0.15 pm. The next sounding, on October 8, 1974, also shown in Figure 1, observed a new particle layer at about 14 km with a peak concentration of about 4 cm-'. This sounding was conducted 2 da}s prior to the beginning of the Fuceo eruption period (October 10-23) and thus cannot be attributed to this source. This precursor was detected by olhcr investigators of this event [Fegler and Flli.c. 1975: A. L. Lazrus. private communication, 1975: Rent.cberQ and.\'nrdrar.r. 1975a[. Similar unidentified increises are probably not uncommon and may be associated with undetected small solcanic ernp- tions. The previous such event occurred in O:toher 1971, an event which has been discussed in the literature [lioy~mnn rr
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50257 3356 VI Chi BanerS i,. Partha ( j t. author) F;;.u:^s K1`i3hi14. *',vt.~~..~. i,C~,i..~:~:i.~-,i..~:~E~~i OF . Ti~u~~ LCO~ ~LCO ~.~ i l. t~ u,un~il by nsmN Kr..sh;sa, 1'1 . N. G1117o1! RnCI JVa D. rillil..l .P2r jC'.C iirsi'.e, j, Dti ~Pr. i'.-l• , CltJ.CL:tL:1, :~~i~.• ,,~~_+ .c~.. Zs, uip- ) Sci, Cult.zro (Indic) 3,l (;•So, 4) ZiL'-89 (1955) 0 ri 1 .1 o o, o 1 2. 5 A, 7
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, ~7•i j ,. Hanerji; Samir K. (Jt. Author) iUu 50257 3357 1 A (1968; h-~ L il',[}eAll+1ll'L1.! fler `7..~.. / l.~ .~.~ ' A~alt.1['.a ~:.Va ~1• LyY.i•LlC1.1\ Q .. P11, ~. !) •t..f S-~ ~ J ..i Vt..~:.5 F.. 11! ~1J •IJ111i.1~ V YC1~L1JLItV ]~ iy ti...y~t Br nox•j i t. Bu11. Aced. PoZoD... Sci. Ser. Sci. Cht: z. 15 (Ya. 6) 299-303. (3.963) Y 1 0 1 Cl n r C, - ! 2
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ii: ~ur1eT3lee."~'"iC'.' YC., ;3" . euthul: B a6 (1969)ik::nru, G. V. 50257 3355 .`,iY`.C I::e'N.".iiGi:iZC•,. QdF TFiE 0XTDjkT1(}?J OF E~:1;Z:'I, :..'., °"~:-L Ei Ca, .~i:IC t~Cx~i, b~ G. V. k+elc0re, K. K. P.c+narjuz c.cYd RcMa ShFraker Ze.+twchr. Phydik. Craen. (Fr: atc!u;t) jS (NQ;,. 3-fx) 129-35 (i965) r `(S 1 11 1 Cl f~ ~j i;' f) ..~
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50257 3345 Amer. Dairy Res. 34(11)22,48-51 (1972) TL}; MeF-Tj9;22'~`i-73 TOTAL TEMT.'ERATUR'r'. CONTROL. RY t):'K: LAt.'aLE'R. Life begins at 40-bacterial life, that is, begins at 40'F. And the only sure way to keep milk fxesh is to achieve ~"tt4W LONG SttOULt) MILK KEEP?" TfltS IS A FRE- quent qu::stion from both processors and consumers. Without a cor.:plcte analysis of the sitnation, there is only cn: honest way to answer that question --- "it deper~t'~." It depends on the initial quality; it depcnds on tlrc c.:c i: processing; and, above all, it dep,,:nds on the terr:perat:.rres of storage. If you want to predict the shelf life of Lour miik and milk products you have to tx; "tempcreture wise." Now, thcrc- is a com•enrcSlt way to risecl: on Ihis part of your operation. sufficient growth tor ttavor Ampriirment takes pla(Z in only 24 hours. As a general rule, every 5°F. rise in temperature above 4G'F. will reduce shelf life by 50 per cent. If you normally get a 14-day shelf life at 40'F., stora;e tem- peratures of 45`F. will reduce this to only seven days. Following this rule further, vou should expect about 3-1/3 days at 50°F: and no mcre than a daw at 60`F. It is obvious that thes-, clc-vate.d temPeratures must be avoided if we are to i;ecn our customer.; ~~ 0
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. 50257 3350 2. anorF. allg. Chcm. 419, 1S1-1S6 (1979) r - ~ J. A. Barth, Leipzig f~l<> '; .. Nitric Oxide Complexes of Molybdenum. Part I . VI• Re -80 9 ~....:.,.. •i.:...~..e,.,....... . r. S. P. By S. BIIA,°1'ACIIARYYA, BA~TDYOI',1DIIYAY, S. RAxslnr, and P. BA-NDYU1'ADIIYAY Calcutta (India), University College of Science Abstract. A new method of synthesis of nitrosyl-molybdenuui complexes involving nitroayla- tion of molybdenum in aqueous acidic medium is described. The isolated compounds arc of the types DIo(N0)sC12(IIZ0),. [lIo(\0)jCI~J=-, •1[o(\O):Clt\z (X = dipy, phen) and [JIo(\O).:(OI[)~l"'. They are stable in aqueous solution. Their properties have been described using u.v.•visible and i.r. spectra, magnetic moment, conductance measurements and pI{ titrations. Titrosylkomplexe von .l[olybdiin. I Inhaltsubersicht. In saurer, .viil3riger Losimg wurden durch Einwirkung von NO(g) Verbin- dnngen des Typs J[o(\0)ZCIr(1ij0)r, [\[o(\0)tC1jz-, ?tIo(\0)=CI$\z( X = dipy, plicn) und [~[o(\0)t(OII).iJ=- dargestelit un(I isoliert. Sie siud in saurer, waf3riger 1.oiung bestandig; ihre Eigen- achaften werden beschrieben. Until recently the chemistry of the nitiosyl molybdenum compounds a•ero very sparsely investioated. „ ~ ~ ~1 n (1 n i , ;). U ~,, i
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~ Z. anorg. all7.. Chcm. d 1!l, 181-18G (1979) r ~ J. A. 33arth, f.cipzig 50257 3351 Nitric Oxide Complexes of Molybdenum. Part I • VI Re -80 S. P. 9 By S. BJIArracilAnYYA, INT. N. BA\DYOPADIIYAY, S. RAKSIr1T, and Y:' B ~~ DYbrnnuYAY Calcutta (India), University College of Science Abstract. A new method of synthesis of nitrosyl-molybdenum complexes involving nitrosyla. tion of molybdenum in aqueous acidic medium is described. The isolated compound, are of the types DIo(N0)zClz(1i20)2, ['%to(\0)jCl1]=-, Mo(\0).C12\= (X = dipy, phen) and [JIo(\0)2(Oli),]=-. They are stable in aqueoug solution. Their properties have been described using u.v.-visible nnd i.r. spectra, magnetic moment, conductance measurements and pfI titrations. Ilitros}•lkomplexe von .l[olybdiut. I Inhaltsubersicht. In saurer,.vuf3riger Losung wurden durch Einwirkung von -N0(g) Verbin- dungen des Typs .l[o(\0)zCl3(1It0)t, [JIo(\0)zClj]z-, DIo(\0)2C1=Xz( Y= dipy, phen) und [,lfo(\0)2(0II),]=' dargestellt und isoliert. Sie sind in saurer, wal3riger Losung bestandio; ihre Eigen- schaften werden beschricben. Until recently the chemistry of the nitrosyl molybdenum compounds wero t. very sparsely investigated. • ry 0 I 0 0 0 C~ ! . 2 0 . ; ?
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50257 3359 PLRGMtON TEXTS IN INORGANIC CHE*fISTRY, VOL.. 12. REF The Chemistry of QD ALUMINIUM, GALLIUM, INDIUM AND 151 Sn 'I`I-IALLIUM 1973 ~ K. Wade and A: J:' .13anistcr- Ch2pter12of ^J. C. Bailar, Jr. Comprchcusivc Inorganic Chcmistry ~ V- ('. / PI:RCAP+ION PRESS OXFORD . NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS . BRAUNSCHWEIG r,-,) 'I-: ', e"._~-/ /! "l5 - i:.~L (l•,".~ t. ~. ~cF>: y ~ ~ t'l 0 n 0 1 2 0 ~; 0
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ks~.r;.c...w.,r3L Xw:,_~...:. sf i I f } p 'i ..n.t.S.i::.T7#j 50257 33u9 Ca:hohydrore Re.rrnrch, 36 (197-1) 1 -1). CgLlseWei 5cicntific P~bl~s iiny'Cciiiipzny, Amsterdam -]'rinted in 13elFiunt THE ISOLA•: fON OF D1-0;(J~DOLI ? ACI;TY.L) ttry'o INOSITOL A.TdD i'RI-O (1N1~GLI: 3 ACT"IYI_}-t,s~o INO~1"fOL FROM MATURE (Received October ]st, 1973; accepted in revised fotrn, March ]5th, 1914) KI:P.1•II:LS OP , :7_ca. mays* AXEL trstaANrr nrla: Department ojl3otany and Plant !'othology, d:ichisnn Slate Unircrsity, East Lansing, Jllichigan 48d'4 (C.S.;f.) /.13STRAGT Di-O-(indolc-3-ace. %•1)-m}'o-inositol and tri-O-(indo(c-3-a^ctyl)-nt)'o-inositol have becn isolated from l:crncls of "!_ea nt,r7;'s and identi;ted iw tcas--liauirj chrornnto- ~l ! f) (l n (1 1 2 () A 0
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50257 3343 1 NICOTIIv`L''---INTRAVrNOUS INJECTION/ NICOTIN1:--CARDIOVASCULAI2 N:FFEC'1S/ Basic Rcs. Cardiol. 71, G8-75 (1976) • Allye•uchtcs Kranke?ihaux 13arnnhek, llamburp, 1•'orschtrnysiiistitut der Cigaretteiiindustrie e. V., llamburtl f"~) Effect of ltib(t (loscs of nicotiuc ill lti"; ~•~ . L; CltanL;cs of the Clcc.troearrlio~;rant Effcl:tc Lolter Nilcotintloscn Itei 5c)t~% cittclt I. A.ttclcruttgctl tlcs Llcl:trukarcliu`~ranttti~ pi %•- N.:J: C.he.vatier,, C. fiult)tirk, 13.~B.a,ndilla•,:;;- : W. Dontettwiii, and J. Nrinel Pigs in which venous catheters «•cre positioned for long-terrn use were Injeclc•d i.v. with high doses of nicotine in physiol. saline. The L.ll,,,, was 2.656 mg'kg body weight. Clinical spmptoms w^re mainly: forced re:piriition. muscular tremor to tetanoid spastns, cyanosis of the skin, 'Saliv:ltion and sometimes vomitin;L. The degree and ciuration of s.•mptoms were close-delrondent. Ecg changes in anaesthe;ized pigs following inh•avenous nicot`.ne injections of 0.126 mg , kg and 0.378 mr-'kg at 15 nllnutes* Inter"al were in-,mediately commencing disturbances of the heert rale in form of bradycardia ancl asystoli:i. After 5 sec wo observed extrasystoles, tachycardia, sino-auricular block ;i:id AV-block of (irst and second degree as weil as a number of T- ancl 1'-Ohan:;cs. Changes of the ecfi were observed generally for 10 to l:i nun, howevcr, the . T-wave remained sometimcs negative or biphasic-pretertninal negative for some hours.
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CLARK UPlTVEF..SITY--DISSi:I:TATIO,\!S see DISSERTATIONS--CLARK UNIVERSITY/ 3360 C((L•'PtISTRY, ORGANIC--STEREOCIIF.MISTRY/CHE;tISTRY, ORGANIC--•OXIDAT10N REACTIONS/ A DISSERTATION submitted to the Faculty of Clark University, Worcester, Massachusetts, in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy ) ~ QD 481 Ba 1973 A DETAILED INVESTIGATION OF THE ,STIti.REOCIIE"tI,STRY OF SE'.ENIUM DIOXIDE OXIDATION OF 1-p-`iF_ITII;.U. :;~ .. F- :. ~.. . ~, .~ . ~ ._ By BANIUKIE'~1C~; Stanley Peter' Clark University Ph.D 1973 ~~~~ ., , Chemistry, Organic
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50257 3354 k?= MeC5- , S.P. 3 0 - • ~.`J.1•~.-i!</L~-`,l .. Ia:Sli:11aa1 AN;) 1NnCSrtt1•, L_:;o J Caz~iparatz ~~e Stuc~ies on t~i~. ~~rect of Preservatives and . Chemicals on Food Colours in Coloured Foods ~affs ~. ERM, T. V. ?f 1YT1IEW, A. K• JSliKIiERJI?L k • . S. N. :0ITRA Central rood Laborato:y, Ca'cutta l.fcr+r::eseripl rcuit•ed 1<<1:rgus[ 1969 The stability of various permitted food eiolours Is Influenced rnarl:edfy by tl:e oU:er factors present fn or add:rd to foodstufl's, such as acids, salts, reducing sut;ars, preservatives,. etc. The relative stabilities of 10 com.non food colours--Annarsn:L, Poncenu 4R, cr,r•throslne, corinoisine, tartrazine, Sunset ~'el1,3w, iPast Red E, tndil o carmine, IZhodamine I3 and Metanil yellow have been studied under ditferent conditio::s. Erythrosine and Ithodami'ine B have been found to be ~ tue inost stable dyes and Indit;o carrr:olr•e, the least stable one. ' HlE commonly used food colours- The aett!al chemical d}•eir:b does not tal;e t'oal tar dves-fall into 4 broad elasses plzce the food is artificiall;- co'.ourec?; according to their chctnical stru.c-,. rather t1'.ie food inatcciak bcconie stai:ica tj 4 rl 0 n
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50257 3362 /owsd •I PareR.ticy and Socla! PJycA.tory 1970, Vd. 14, No. 2, ltb-172 DIFFERENCES IN THE MOTIVAIONAL SIGNIFICANCE OF HEART RATE AND PALMAR CONDUCTANCE: 80 I I Ey-81 $. P. TWO TESTS OF A HYPOTHESIS' ROGERS ELLIOTTs BRENDA BANIURT, AND TERRY LIGHT . Dartrnoutk CoUege Tbe hypothesis states that palmar conductance (PC) is particularly sensitive to the coqative (arousing), while heart rate (HR) is particularly sensitive to the action-instigating (activating) properties of stimulus compounds. It was predicted, and confirmed, that on the Stroop Color-Word Interference Test HR would fall with increasing difficulty of task, while PC would concomitantly rise. It was predicted, and partially confirmed, that PC would rise while HR fell In anticipation of sbock. A recent paper concerning the motivational reports of stress or strong emotion) ; whereas significance of heart rate (HR) (Elliott, PC was oppositely responsive. Taylor and 1969) contained the suggestion that HR and Epstein (1967) reported data exemplifying o 1 .0 O n Cl
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50257 3364 TD Iy'I,TER POLLU'fION CONTROL RESEARCFI SERIES/ 897 Un , . 1971 ESTItb'+TI.7'G COSTS AND TL•WOh'ER REQUIREMENTS FOR PDDL CONVENTIO.N'AL k'AST?WATER TREATI`~ENT FACILITIES ~~ by W. L. Patterson ~ •IZZ~.¢~a'Y~~11"13G~x:SiHisr ~ b Black & Veatch Consulting EnEineers 3.500 Meadow Lake Par icway • Kansas City, Missouri 64114 for the Office of Research and Monitoring ENVIRONMENTAL PF.OTrCTION AGENCY Project #17090 DAN Contract 1i14--12-462 October 1971 l~~~ y h ~ 1n tl n n
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73 X Rel-91 DRUd'DtvEIApMF-NT C024mUNICATImS, 1(5), 471-477 (1974-1975) ___41 TISSUE IRRITATION EVALUATION OP POTENTIAL PARENTERAL VEHICLES Stanley L. Hea , David 1. Bright3M 'eYfi'Ui["s:W]4ankaim and John P. loguezzo zIadustrial and Physical Pharmacy Department School of Pharmacy and Pharmacal Sciences Purdue University West Lafayette, IN XxAnimal Science Department t. Coomercial Solvents Corp. ~ 1 Terra Haute, IB .. *( s ABSTRACT . ~ . Tventy-three potential nonaqueous parenteral vehicles were eval- uated for tissue irritation in chicken pectoral suscle. Benzyl ben- soate, 1,3-butylene glycol, ethyl oleate, glyceryl triacetate, sesame oil and sesaave oil:Denry1 benzoate (1:1) were found to cause inLsal tissue irritation. ,.._..,_.,.,.....,_,....,~..o.,... •..>_..,..-~,,._,,...t~..,. _.._,...__.. ._._T.. r......._,. _, -`.-~-~.... 5025? 3363 2 10 :-"`1
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50257 3369 I Gu Ref. Q 3ankin+;---Ltterature information. i50 t:.c-Sn, Gi11i)i ?'~ nu:,i:1: PJ'i i3IRECTOtRILS, 5Tl' i.Gl:l::;:, 2 t ;4 1~ ~ tl 0 0 (3 .! 2 ~) 0
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50257 3365 BUSINESS IIrThT.LIGI:rICE,V. I-IV/ ^.CCOUNTING, V. I/i4ARI:ErI_,iG, V. I./ ADVERTISINIG, V.I/COtrI"IF:P.CE,V.I/PA;vI;?NG,V.TT/INSURANCF.,V.I:I/ TRANSPORTATIOPJ,V.II/r1A?,IUFACTIJR': AND TP.ADI;,V.II/PP.0DUC'I'ION, V.II;IIT/ LAF,OR RI:LATIOP+S, V.17I /rIANAGF:rSI'.NT--PERSONI7RL, V. I I I/ Ml'.NAGLt•Il~.NT--PLANNING, V . III , IV. / IJB 75 IIa 1962 .7.,ZZE WORLD OF EDfTED WlT1f COAlAlENTARIES ANU NOTIiS 6Y T/ihF.E A1F.AlQE1:S OF T1IF. F.lCU7.TY OF T11E I-I A RVAR D BUSINESS SCHOOL A SELrCTED LIBRARY OF THE LITERATURE OF nuSINrSS FROM THE ACCOUNTING CODE OF HATdMURA[DI TO TlIE 20TH-CENTURY "AD\fiNISTRATOR'S PRAYER" EDWARD C. BURSK Edomr of Ne N-uf e.rncir R"irr DONALD T. CLARK Ubr+riaa of t6e B:Ict bhnry RALI'll 11'. 111 nY /siCor Swo. Ro(awr of Cmincef klietory Vol. I, II, III, IV SIA10N AND SCIIUSTI:Ii NEW YORK 1962 ~ ' rl 0 n i 1 ~ ~ jl cs
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50257 3371 ~ i -A Ref. Q T Ranks--Directories. iir,.,.A C,• ~~: 4...G7.,L"waAc.• :\!:... :.-. L.; : ;:I~, '~54 1552 p. ThUnFa r u5l$E;ainG Co. F~aw York 0
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50257 3370 Banking, f{nance, and insur~.vicr.. U. .$, V!'V21TtCient of C•Q:d:A.:T'c3, Lurec"..1 Of tille Gen3ua ~f .. ., h r 0.7 jtU'.1--~•'~.D~i.c'.Y.~ S~~~~T'I~~.~C~ vit 5='..'IES AND LOt:AI. AI:s'AS: A GUIUr TO .°i0'J`:\CRJ, 1Sj9. I970 673 pages Waahington, D. C. U U! t~ 0 n 0_, 1
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50257 3374 ~ ~ cc~'~n;'cal Rapers ~IeT OF'1'IIE BUREAU OF SPORT FISI-II:,RIES AND WILDLIrE ~.~ d 7/ 3 26. Tests of Vitamin Supplements and Formula Changes in tho Abernathy Salmon Diet, 1966-67 By Laurie G. Fowler and Joe-'L~.-=13anks- 27. lnfluenco of Corn Oil and i;cef Tallow on Growth of Channel Catfish By Harry K. Dupree (,' ~ 7 n fl n I~', E~ <~ ~
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50257 3375 ,w,uaciks, _ L . Jt. A;lttiUi) Hall, F. J. .ic5 ..tT .I. .•~~.~:.~r by F. s. li:11 and L. E; at;a ,xap. Sci. 7 (r:o. 1) 12-26 (19G5) . _, ,„__r~,..._.a.......,..~...-„ . ~ ~ .
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e REF liB ACRONY?4S/ABBRF,VIATIONS/U. S. RF.rtTLATORY AGENCIES/C`!.'tODITIF.S Y-\t2KET/ 1 MONEY AND FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS/BANK. & OTHER FINANCIAL INSTITUTIO:vS/ TAXEq/SdAGES--U. S./PRODUCTIVITY/PRICE DATA/T:CON'n'TIC INDICATOI?S/ _ -1979 NATIONAL PRnQ(X:f._ADiIl..I:~iCO.4k:/-~i.TF,RIVA?Ln:Jtt~Al1,SI`~ftSS-..5~?~tAi:~;IAI,-~~RAR~Fs03~ ADVEP.TIS 7idG /TOBACCO- -ADVERTIS ING/ ~'~~a 1 ~ c~ ~ vvv JOe'llW VC-1 , l~. ~ a ~x4' Er 'J a~ i ~v r.a.a ~+BS ~ri~ "'r.) ~L 1; ~ ~`~ JONE5_~~.`rjj~j Homewood, lllinois ~~ ~ `~ 60430 ~-l `~ ~ ~ . ~( (I, (1~';! Edited by SUi1INER N. LEVINE . . ~ State University of New York ..-.r..*+a.,...,.~.- -- *,..... . `.__.. _ ... . ,... ~ ~. at Stony Brook and Editor Financial Analyst's Nandbook Executive Editor Caroline Levine il 0 t? , 0
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50257 3368 .i Ret. ~ 150 ! Gu I I3anki.ng-Directories. n1 i tn, :±e:'~~3ru C:L'1D~ 'i~ ~L*Si 1;ICcu: DIKcCTO,>.,ZVS, iTl{ A2Q ~~. F'r: ;sr ica -t:a; l, Ir!:. New 3e :<<-.y C~ 0J o no ; 1 2
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50257 3373 i.,., Z•. , soc B:w:k-iy, L'. if".crObical.. 6, Fi;.c~,so 95--l3:,
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6 C• ~' ~ ! 0 t: U U Zr3C?i:3'i i'Li1:!`i1t:00i1 C3GU 0a'.ri;iili:3.U I:eJ,lill 11t Y.iCU.(v:: :1HaC?J'L6L"J°OJ $ 111' •-OIi 1:a s51:^::0;( mo(:',".aa 3ltlaM:i1!X• J°IhL'MA SI:GL''•1.. N1fI;3H1!'u0S'J SO Ja:1ilU -:pY. ImlCIlf7 1.3f'J1fHt1:OL'vC',il OS8fl0I(01(U ~ti i13.L00 Ci( r,a.4liiSC;iOdy :+nrxr~T, •y 'aoxoy •g _?.... .` . f. ~ ~ . Kd.!?:IIi(Hlii~~m a~Lt:,l~'dl:!:!~~I,.S~fi~~.fjl Yl.i dC6g0 '1 rr :i1;;4.ilfVi~ Q 1~I~J':1:iif: 1i11Zyi1~Jdtl lflf{ 'nifl05 -.1n1E!c+;!( aliI pCE panoj •+nuon anl •pa;n poLlaw jaco!lrii.euc : c;l 'cln::uo) ay: 'P!mod!ucu jo o:L~: vti; cmoys puz 'ua.+!s c: e+uo:e rijiaqdset ul D]Pr o) PJIS:IL'^P! Saunodl•JOJ 1;z jo r~ll iin}'d {ZLFi) i'R-E£Z ti,1 GI lsafuNlfSfiGOlr PsosnaA I eujalmr..)T: t a;I rn~ ,snj yc.r,1 •aso+.mJ ; u/lar.cy ~( r'?uln l /i . •`; •uir;,.1 :•.q 'n~IrE~ ( ruau ;dluo~ Pa~PInaP~ ]o Maj~a~ •I 6aa ,dss~ u! s.1mr.lcqns cvlui},+) ~ LtiLTf6 G F ~f ,' , ~L .23TF1'~Irilai : AA Yx1c~lry^ ~ ' _ an.~;t~ oL ' '-y-t0°r, 8S££ LSZOS
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50257 3377 38 Ba iyuZ:A r,: eauis-a; F%. (3t. •,utaor) G 1~ l G n r.i ~~~~ , ~~
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• F-404-80 H4 ~(& 50257 3344 -- . T`t„~- T~ . , .1 o v Flavor and chemical evaluatinns of fresh and aged market milk/ 1t. F. Shi,e*; C. F. Sa•nyk, R. A. LcJfurd,'=0. K."Enns:ler, and R. T. 4olff. Cornell Cniversity, fthnca, Vy. 7 A 50 rx'•+Aher cunsucu•r ~aStc panel and anG'cmhe•r trained panel <•valurtte•J sanples frnm :4 pastrurizini•, plants selccted randunly. ^anelists scort•d :;amhles from c•arh ptnnt with- iu 41 huurs after prucessin; (frt•.h) and aft.'r hnldinK until the "scll-bv" date T'te avc•d snmplrs were picl:cd up fraat ;;nti•rrv .tor.•s vh.•reas tl,: fresh v,tnple•s were nicL•c•1 up from t.he nl:tnts. .111 sctmple-t v.•re storcd at 6.7 C until te.tod. Thr ronsumor n.tne1 utirJ cta i point hedwnic scale with verh.tl t:atocnri.•s rsnninq from like cxtremc•lv to dis- "'.c earcuw!y. The tralm•J !iant•I uved tho AhtiA corint; svstr~t. A hi,~hlv siPmifirant :orr.•latlnn of .9!, was found betw.•.•n th.• :un:ua:.-r anJ lr.lin.•d p.tnrl nrnr.•s f..r all samult•r. '1'Ihv con.umvr p:tn.•1 •;av.• J is l ik.• r.it in,;. t.• I fr.•.h anJ 1 I n••rd ,amules. iralneJ pa n.•I dc:crlhcd thc uff-flavorf in th.•s. 1 tr.•sh s:tmpl.•v ,ts urtdizt•d (II•tht) or burnt. tinlf of the fresh samplcq wt•re •h•.crihvJ :tx cooked by thc trained pinel. Aut thoy •ier_• constderc•J acceptable by both taste panals. In the aeeJ .amples, 12 of thr 11 samplcs diaaliked by the convumer panel wore criticix.•d as beinv, frutty-fermented. rancid or buth by tlte trained panel. ':he other dislikeJ a•;cd sample was described as u::idiaed (I1.^,ht). Samples of the milhs u,•re r_•~•ted tu dt•tereine the :trid degree value (AI1V), tyro::lnc value (TV) juJ pyrervate cuntcnt (1'C). '1'It.• :wera.,;.• wtlues for the 1'1 disliked nneJ s:tmples were 1.3 for ADV, bri mg/1 for TV and °4 me/l for i'(:. Thc curre+petndinC av.ra;-.c fur th; ll likaJ a•;cJ samples were 1.3. »7 and 12. ity cumh;trisnn the• avt•raee` for the 24 fresh samplus vere 0.9, 13 and 6. Thc::c rr.:ults..haw th:u .nhst:mt ial e•h:rnnes had tnkcn plrtre by tht• seli •uy d.ite. The flavor Jet.'rl..r.ttiun of thr samples rctiseti e!uuxtlnns ::i,uut 'ihetlte•r tht• soll-by d.rtez arn• re:tlistlc. ! G IEYN'URUS, ;lilk, Flavor, Ltpolysis, tlicruhial I)etcrioratian, Stnracte Stahilitv n' ~ 1 2 6 3 r ..-, ..
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50257 3379 HF ganks, Seymour. > . ? I c.-;_• I:xperiTill'lltcition in marketina. ~, c19G5, `. aiii, 275 p• illuc, 23 cro. Bibliography : p. ::133-'60. a 1. 'Marketiug research. r. Title. IIF5•115.2.I33 ~ ~ 85S.S018 C 1-`'-}593 Library of Congres3 t ' (45i2~ _ . _..~ _~ -.....~ _. .~ . ~-.~.-% ~-, . ..w . C~ ~ ii n 0 0 . 1 2 0 7 0
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ENZYMI:S-r-CAI:I3OIEYDFJ:TES / I Starch and its Compollcats A HALSTED PRESS 13OOK BY Vd:DANKS PILD r... :.M: .. SENIOR PRINCIPAL SCIENTIFIC OFFICER IiANNAIl RESEARCH INSTITUTE, AY R AND C,T.GRF.F.NWOOD PILD, D.SC DIRECTOR~OF RGSEA£.C11 FLOUR MILLING AND BAKING RESEARCH ASSOCIATION CHORLEYIVOOD, HERTS JOHN WILEY AND SONS NEW YORK-TORONTO 4 Q tIn .n n n 1 26 7 50257 3380 r
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50257 3372 J .`.:i~ Cr~ aGJ Cl G~~, ~/ J_... ~--- Sci. 1'rwg., O.t-f. (1971) 59, 475-503. . . . ~~~~,~. a re~J~ ~~~~~,~ ®~ sorna,,; *;C~o 1. (C.-c-Lular as"O;C'Its I LG:~1~ 1311r~1c~~~r a 0 1 +-1 00 0 1 ~? 6 t, :3
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50257 3376 TD 897 Pa 1971 ARCItF.R U T I ~.I Z ~~5 ~D Ad OF W'STE This report (SIV-16c) was prepared for the Federal solid waste management prog?-am by h1.E. BANKS, iV.D. L USh; and R.S. OTTINGER TRW Systems Group, IZedondo Beach, California under Contract No. PH 86-68-206 U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY 1971 For sslo by the Superintendent of Docu ` mcnts, U.S. Vo+- ycrnrnent prlntlnr Otlice, , __ 4ay} ngton,,U.C. P~ Stock Number 5502-pUtt ~~Z I'rlw EL25 ~ ~ -~--.... ,,, I;) r) n Cj f, 7 0
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50257 3378 -~ ~t i ' ..)i 1.~_ .._ ; i,.' i.i i ; c. ~ A Revievv of th, : f..iter-tu;;; Publisficd Ci!!t'Ing I"jbg ut:d 1 0-7C , /`~I r~ ~"r~ / . . . .Sf'(110f flCj)oltCrs and f'.1ii11or$ .t=, i;arlfcs and f.l. G. Lc,~lot•2, )he C.I7eli?:slry ~~,~;>;rf~nent, ! Unh•er ,r7y of A/znches;cr Inslrl!:te of Science and 'I c.hno/ogy S13t.:f.51tG50sc ~a Copyrt;aht 1971 Thc Chctmical Society t3urlinc;ton House, L_onuon tr!t I1./ CBN tt ~ ~ (} E 2 ~~
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HD 69 Du Banking. 50257 3367 LI.:Lti S li'„~'c~+"1c.•'r„~'rao3: BuAnE'.:-s Ls.brcry A GUIDIS TO S t:Rltl:Ci:S 1963 260 P,-r;c:s 3honaa Y. Cwu~j^11 Co. ;JE:-a York ~ . -...s.-,~-..,..~.~.-..,,.,. o i nn~~~ ~ ~~>~ri
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50257 3386 , r 78 XI Ad -78 S.P. ~ = 1 RJR CLASS N0. Pf~~-'P;lLET 1B, l'c11 s.p. ' i.clLourne Age * I,P,."IIIIPaG CIGARETTE ADVEf'.TIStI1G ONF,USTRALIP,N TV AiID RADIO HAS fVOP REDUCEDr~CetISI;ItiPIrI 014 : -,tr f:elbourne Age 1977, N.P. (June 22, 1977) - in English ? 6 7 7 .1
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78 XI AdI-78 S.P. 50257 3352 • .. .. , ,. Tvans, R. RjR CI.~SS NO. PAMPHLET 78 :;I :1dI-78 s.p, M.. ?iitte]rtark, •'.• B.; HanGen !~'. R, r$~nes . N.-w i s (Univ. }}ouston, }l~a.,tor,, fex, , 1'. S, ) DETERRING THE ONSET OF S.'•1l~f:Ii'.N CIiTLDRL'N :N: }:\0!:}.}:?)C F. OF I:1.'i}?1)IA"f'I PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS AND COPING WITH Pf-:F.R PfrsSUfiE, MEDIA PRESSI'RE, AND PARI;NT MODELING. Jour. Appl. Soc. Psvchol, 8(No, 2) 126-135 (1978) (in English) TnlcrinF scvcnth Fradc, most childrcn bcli:tc Ihat smAinf, cnd::n,:crs thcir long•h•mn health. Nct'rrlhcless, three sourccs uf sucial lrressurc %t•;rc Gtund to often hat•c en c+r.vridini; influcncc lo Lcl-in smol inl;: pccr., rnudc•lc of snrokinl; parents, and mrtlia. Inmncntions wcrc dccchol".d to Irain children tu cohc with ' these hressures. Also stresscd werc irnrnrdictc rallicr than lon;-tcrm l,hysio- logical cffecls of smol•in,;. A dchcndcnt rncasurc was utili7cd tl,at gcncratcs inctcascd %.rlidity of sclf•rcpouts of smol.ina. A 10•wcck invcai,;atinn was ~ conthl.i,A uitl: 7_`.0 r:,!c ::nd fcm:!Ic• stud.•nk rn,crin- the seventh I1Jdc. Rates of onscl of smoking in Ucalmcnt groups tt•cre sit;nificantly lotccr than in a i prctcsl•.in,.lc lrosttrsi control l;ruup. - -- ---" 0 M'n o () n 1 2 6 A -i
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50257 33B3 C. PERRY I3ANKSTON,f EUGENE A. POWELL,_j µ ROBERT A. CASSANOVA,3 AND E3LN T. ZINN4 . School of Aerospace Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlan ta, Georgia 30332 XXII MeR -78Jf•ur. Fire Flam. 8(4)395-411(1977) S ,F. 8 DETAILED MEASUREMENTS OF THE PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SMOKE PARTICULATES NON-MEDICAL FIIj. GENERATED BY FLAMING MATERIALSS ~9J?- ! Original manuscript received May 6, 1977 Revised manuscript received June 20, 1977 t~ ~o n n n i;-~ 16 7 ABSTRACT: This paper describes results obtained in a series of small-scale tests investigating the properties of the combustion products generated during the burning of samples of wood, a rigid urethane foam and a rigid PVC plastic under Aaming conditions, in the ventilated Combustion Pro- ducts Test Chamber at Georgia Tech. Smoke particle size distributions, average particle diamoter, particulate mass concentration, and optical density measurements were taken utilizing sampling techniques and an in situ optical analysis system. Ventilation gas compositions were varied to simulate real-fire situatinns and results show that particulate characteristics are not significantly affected by changes in atmospheric composition for &Ahe materials tested. However, the measured properties of smoke particu- Ilates generated during flaming combustion were found to be both qualita- tively and quantitatively different from those observed under nonflaming eondi:ions._Smoke_,particle_ sizes_are generally smaller, and for wood and
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50257 339Q ~.75 n Bantharne, ll v ~ ~ai~:iinaki: n reaction.. lmster~Lrnf, \e« 1"ork, I:l:-evicr Yub. Co.. 1!?C:~. . ; • j ..[t, 215 p. 22 cm. (Reaction ruechan(sms in organic chemistry, j v. 2) ~ Bibliography: p. ]9G--211. f i ~ ; ~ ..h. i ~ 1. Chemical reactions. i. Title. (Sories) ~ Qll176.11-1 vol. 2 517.139 G 3-9 9 1`; ~ f > 1 Library of Con.-ress - r;ir
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50257 XXII rieB -7G S.P. 9 1NITIAL DATA ON THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SMOKE PRODUCED BY BURNING MATERIALS jmmFR niFFERENT CONDITIONS* Manuscript received uctoDer i,' lai5 Revised manuscript received November 20, 1975 , 3382 . ---~-=---~- ,.,;h~~~~>~t~:~ . Graduate Research Assistant ABSTRACT: This paper describes results obtained in a series of small- scale tests investigating the properties of the combustion products gener- ated during the burning of samples of wood, rigid urethane foam and f VC plastic under nonflaming conditions, in a recently-developed ventilated combustion products test chamber. Ventilation gas compositions and radi- ant heating levels were varied to simulate real-fire situations. Smoke part- icle-size distributions are determined through sampling techniques utilizing a Whitby aerosol analyzer and an Andersen sampler (i.e., a cascade impact• or). A particle Mass Monitor gives data on rrwss of particulate per unit volume of ventilation gas. Also, the weight loss of each sample is continu- ously measured during each test. Available results provide quantitative and qualitative data on the burning rates of the samples and properties of the particulate matter generated by burning the above-mentioned materials. Differences in smoke properties are evident as burning conditions vary. R. A. CASSANOVA Research Engineer E. A. POWELL Assistant Professor B. T. ZINN Regents' Professor School of Aerospace Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology A tlan ta, G eorgia 30332
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• : 50257 3396 ' X AG-80 ' S.P. RJR CLrtSS i~0. PAMPHLET X Ac-E0 S.P. ~ . ~> Eaniti~~f;°" J ~ y ~ (Gr.crge 1!as1lii:wton Univ., U:,shington, D.C.) 1!NTI-St'OY.IPlG itL'V'(?CnTE SUC3ES1S USIP;G LAII TO FIGHT TOCACCO FIDMIS. eanzhaf, J. (Ceo. tfashr.caton Univ.), ncws release, San Dieqo, Calif., (Feb. 1930) - in English *{Ibstr. in: t;ercury, San Jose, Calif. 1980, n.p. (Feb. 11, 1980)* ~.~..~ __. _..... .__, ~~~1 c~ n c~ i a c~ ; 7
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50257 3392 I 115 ~ QR BASIC F'OO ICROBIOLOGY ~ .wo-~ a Ba astov v*• °.,K,,,,1979 G6or~;e j:.I3anwarf,i ~ 0101" °"°" frofesscir of Micmhiolir,,y The Uhio Siati: University "MMff+ea~ AVf I'U[3LISfi1NG COh1PANY, ING 7/ Westport, Connecticut 7 i FOOD--MICROBmOLOGY/FOOD--SPOILAGr/FoOD--PRESE'tVATION/ T1uN 0 1 09 n n t)
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TOBF.CCO INSTITUTE, I:1C. /'I'OBACCO--S?•iCiKING--•PASSICFr./ TOBACCO--S`:0'r:I;;G--PSYt:HOLOC;'i / kA S?::DER, TOWBANZ:}AF, JO}IN/KLO}:PIRR, WIi:LIA}4/ I)R.AVLAI)7/'fAi"iL'}CIi~, .i0II1f rn ~ 74 X Na RJR CLASS NO. PA1-UPHLET 74XNa M { ~ d National er Brcadcasting Company and T.o:: Sny r ul (4 T011OitF:OW SIiOiJ : "S?tOc:ING". National Broadcasting Co., Tape, July 2, 1974 (in English) 0 W) *1974, No. 13, W 4497* *d~ Tobacco medicin2: :Q Includes discussion dealing mostly with passive smoking and why people smoke with John Banzhaf III of ASH, William Kloepfer off the Tobacco Institute, Dr. Aviado, University of Pennyslvania, and John Tamerin of the Silver 11111 Foundation. 0 ~ t i 0 0 0 E; $1
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P.JK CLASS N0. PAJII'ItLET X Ac-7S s. p. 50257 3398. Roper, J. E.. *(no affil.)* T1IE MAN BE11IidD TIiE Bt1N ON CIGARETTE CO*L`IERCIALS,~. Readers Digest 1971; 'p. 213`Y224216~2T$ (itar. 1971) (in English) *Note date* ~~ a I i 1 0 n C E 1 2 iI 41, 9
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British Journal ojInduslrial Afedichic, 1977, 34, 130-136 III Du -78 S.P. .• 2 0• 1 50257 3391 Effects of fluorocarbon propellants on respiratory flow and ECGI F. VALIC, ZDENKA SKURIC, ;~;;_B71N?IC?, M. RUDAR3, AND M. HECEP lFrom !he Andrija SImnpar School oJPublic Health, University ojZagrcb. 3Deparnnent of Medicine at the Mladcn Srojarrovic University Nospilal, and lhc 4Chronms-1>;atran-KaJri!in Chemical lf'orks, Zagreb, Yugoslavia A$STRACT Ten subjects were exposed to the propellants freon 11, freon 12, freon 114, to two mixtures of freon 11 and 12 and to a mixture of frcon 12 and 114. The Icn-th of exposure was 15, 45 or 60 seconds. Maximum expiratory flow-volume (MEF) curves and ECG were recorded before, and intermittently up to I hour after, exposure. Brcathing level concentrations of propel- lants during exposure were determined by gas chromatography. All freons induced biphasic reduc- tion of ventilatory capacity on inhalation. The f rst fall occurred within a few minutes of exposure while the second was dclayed 13-30 minutes after exposure. The e(fccts of mixtures were greater than those of individual freons. The relative fall in MEF 75; was more pronounced than that in MEF 50"/. No clear-cut pathological changes in ECG were found. Nevertheless, most subjects developed variations in heart rate exceeding those noted before cxposure. In a few cases inversion (t},:' tha T~Vave; hndpn o,ac csc atr-lovotricular block, were observed. -_ 1' .
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i 50257 3397 X Ac-77 S.P. L. TERRY/J. STI:L2IFELD/ RJR CLASS ::0. PluMP1iLET 76 XI 1'a-77 s.p. Ran7haf-, J. F.' III"' (Action Smol:in~; llcalth' Group) ~ CIGA1:i;T1T.--SALE RI:GIIL11TI0'.;S ASI:iED. Action Sr^o1:inS Ilealth Group (Ranzhaf, J. F. III) Re;:s Release (1977) (in I:nSlish) *Abstr.in: tdinston-Salem, Sentinel I.9_77, p. 6(May 26, 1977)* (Winston-Sa1em: Joutn2l 1977, p. 7(lfay 27, 1977) --AI number of organizations op- posed to cit;arcltc sinoling are ~ trying to forcc the Food and ) Drug Administration toi rcEulate the sale of cigareiles~ I as strictly as the agency plans! to rc6ulate saccharin. -1 - ---- --- -- _ ---- ~ - •----J {l n f 1 1~? c~ ~'; r~ ,
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50257 3399 DANZkiAF' r1ND. THE FCC' S.;,:"FAIKNESS. DOGTRINE", .,. &i:tj.ok: 6,, I., a ~7 c. t~ , . fa v • •ii.,..-. i:. ~ ~, ..~. %) rwii ~.6r ~I f-,.LraOrc.3}} P,i~ho 6. 119&9 10 pna I:^.' , t^ I:...:.:..:J.1.....+1 s ~ fj h. I a i ,1 o n o 1 2. zf c.. n
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/4A~-44 j~'r~•4 rdll~ 50257 34 01 72 Eowraan Gray School of `!Edicine Library I A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. Bo 1972 Winston-Salem, N. C.
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1 !- . 7b 'XXIII Re-74 Jour. of ?aetals 9.2050--51' t(M7) • . . . ._• . . _. • -731 • ° . • . Co`~~t ~sa~.~s C~a,~~Eng ~•~ r 50257 3387 A -c I a F . S~eels j G. E. Stock, . ~ s Porter U d W •~ byt::F;'Banrhordt . . on 01tT1i America•s first commercial continuous to prevent oxidation of metal and smoky combus- N steel casting machine is located at Atlas Steels tion of the rapeseed oil mold lubricant. Ltd., Welland, Ont. The machine is adjacent to the The molds are solid castings, 20 in. long, of elec- melt shop and ladles of molten metal are trans- trolytic copper, the walls being aproximately 6 in. ported to it by transfer car from the pouring pit thick. Vertical cooling ducts contain restrictor rods area, via a turntable. An 85-ton overhead crane which confine the cooling water to a 1/16 in. an- raises the ladle to the casting floor from the transfer nulus. Water flow varies up to 250 Epm, according to car. The casting floor, 31 ft above ground level, con- mold size. The n:old is mounted on a table which tains an oscillating mold of the Rossi-Junohans oscillates during.casting, about ?i in. downward at type, machine operation controls, water valve con- the rate of withdrawal of the bar, then upward at trols, and instruments to record machine speed, cast three times this rate. bar temperatures, water flow, and water tempera- A starting bar, supported by two sets of pinch turr.,. , rolls, forms a bottom for the mold. The Irrst mpfal Bottom pour ladles, fitted with harness and stop- cast freezes around one or more large startin_- bolts per rod, are now used, with cost of ladle bricking inserled in the top of the bar. The pinch rolls are lower and steel cleanliness better than with lip set in motion and withdraw the bar from the mold pour ladles. Ladles currently in use are of 30 to together with the newly formed casting. 35-ton and 10 to 12-ton capacities, for production Immediately below the mold, the casting, consist- and devc•lopment heats respectively. A spill-over ing of a thin shell with molten center, is subjected to cooling from mold sprays which etfectively mini- -, _ . ~.,.~..~.,....~,., ~~ , i , r~ n r) 1 2 7A :
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50257 3406 ~ :8 l ~ t iF Eararh; aivan Leroy, 1S»-- ed. I'ulm,mary ernphysema, edited by Alvan L. 13u i•ach ,ind ?ISlan A. L'icicerman. I3altimore, Williains &VVilkins, 1,056. 545 p. illas. 24 cm. 1. Emphysema, Pulmonary. t. Bickerman, f3ylan A., joint ed. it. Title. RC776.E5B3 616.248 56-10185 ; Library of Congress 158f51 -.,-~.- . ~.«,...:.....R~«,
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U U U t) t~1 YF%ibCil YI'J ~ ( r ;~ST vl`: .. UJt • OT~g ~ SOhE LSZOS X ~
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50257 3409 Bam", Lc•,4s C 1'.:cka~;inn en~iiieering. New York, Reinhold, 1051. 407 p. i:;us. 24 cm. l.. Packn;;ing. r. Title. 1II+5770.B3 658.7851 51-11030 ; . )~ Library of Congress , ~.,,,.. ... . 0
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50257 3389 78 III Ba 1 7SURFACE C1-IARACT :RSTICS ANI) SU)ZrACE ~ I31:1IA\'IOR Oh 1d'C)LYMLR C/J:IiONTS <!~-D A Codnn• /C)), VnL N, t p.=c).Y~.q pc,~,mon f~cs. Pi;mrJ in Ctcoi H,ij.ln ASSOC1h']'L'n OXYGEI+' ANI) IfYL`ROGEN / ~- /....,... .,. ..,-. .. ~J ~JZ'C:~lT1il.~JU:!~ Int1 T, t.. 1)ilAlat / I)r~ ilrnenr..( C Lctn ,tcy~P, nj:+h nh~fYttyJ('h;:n?! g:ui;llnJia ~~,/ and l t~ , S.qr PAt:knsll,, n1Y~Puc~Sci~n.~.erf)ivisic•ollfhctl:~l_cclarclt(l.iimon!v ./) t5ert:,/CsInada~ (/'en•ired 28 Junc 1976) ' Abstract-- I;Icvcn diffcrcnt cL;+rs prap,rccl Irom f vr pnlyrucr I-tic1 :cors viz. p.lyfur!: r;l ::Ict irn! (i n, polysinylidiat chlotidc (PVD'; ), p;ayvinyl cI :u-iG;: (?V(') and urca resiu (i1(') i;.c hcen :tu:lird for Ihc•it surLacc co:nplexcs by cv:l:unling to I2(!.i C in .1,![`s. Thc amnunt uf rzy,rcn .,a,f hydrol:,!o associ.itcd v:ith t. diffcrcnt c•h:•rs dcpcnd u;ron ILc u:,lurc of t;u, t,olyni_r t:cd rind Ih- hi,tur; of lt cir c:uhnrir 'fhc as.ocialcd ~ oxyp,en ancl hyJrogcn con,ti:ut:• dil(crcnl typc: of >ur(:.cc con,IOuuA u hicF: il,colt c I;:I diPetcr.l sitcs ' asoci;dccl v:ith v;uying cnctt;y Icvcl;.'Ihe lotal os!t•cn cvulvcJ as C(t,, C 0::c.d i(,C) cw.. •, onds to the caluc ' oLt, incd by ullimatc t: hilc tl:c lotnt hr,4nr : n ccolvcd : s t:.+lct t, ;, r an'i frcc u•-:'t_;0"'S "i ss ~ comp:urcl lu ultirn; te an:ily;is. 11, 1'1'1)C ctnd I'1'(' ch:lri oXy't;cn crrk'cd r.% ('O, i•-GO;' , of totel oxyr.'•n ' btd fa I'F>and UF clrus (!.) t•cu as:,ucbtcJ :.r. C•C) iwtas 16c rn; jm I,:at cf :o;al oxy');tn c•: .lents. • 0 1 1 c i l 1 , i n 1 1 2- 0' [ 3 0
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50257 3393 V CASES--ANALYSIS/ - Jour. Fnvironmental. Oual. b(3)363-366(1975) 76 ZIE-,~~ Identification of ~tllfur Casss Evofved from Animal Manures' . W. L. Banwart and J, M. Brcmner= 1 I , 4 ABSTRACT Evolution of volatile sulfur compounds from animal manures (beet cattle (Bos taurus), dairy cattle (Bos taurus), poultry (Gallus domesticus), sheep (Ovis aries), and swine (Sus scrola)1 v:as studied by gas chromatographic techniquei permitting detection and identi- ficationof trace (nanogram) amounts of sulfur gases in the preseneo of nonsulfur gases known to be released through microbial decom- position of organic materials. All manures studied released hydro- gen sulfide (H;S), methyl mercaptan (Ct1,SH), and dimethyl sul- fide (CH3SCH;) when incubated under anaerobic conditions, and some released dimethyl disulfide (CH3SSCH3), carbonyl sulfide (COS), and/or carbon disulfide (CS,). Only trace amounts of one sulfur gas (dimethyl sulfide) could be detected in the gaseous prod- uctsof decomposition of manures under aerobic conditions, and no evidence could be obtained that sulfur gases contribute to the odors of dried manures. Most of the sulfur volatilized when ma- nures were incubated under anaerobic conditions was in the form of hydrogen sulfide and methyl mercaptan, and the amount of sulfur volatilized in 1 month at 23C represented <1% of the tota! ra`.;.° in the nianure, studied. Additional Index Words: hydrogen' sulfide, methyl mercaptan, dimethyl sulfide. dimethvl disulfide. mrbonvl sulfide. rartum di- 0 techniques for direct identification of sulfur gases evolved from animal manures is that of Elliott and Travis (7) who rcported identification of hydrogen sulfide and carbonyl sulfide in the gascs emanating from a beef cattle manure and a composted mariure- MATERIALS AND METHODS ' The manures studied were samples of beef cattle (Bos taurw), dairy eattle (Bos taurus), swine (Sus scrofa), poultry (CattuY domesticus), and sheep (Ovis aries) manure obtained from ani- mal research farms at Iowa State University and from other farms in or near Ames. They were fresh (<:4 hours old) and con- tained little, if any, foreign material such as bedding or soil. The five samples of beef cattle manure used (Table 1) were from animals on different diets ranging from a high-grain finishing ratiorr to a silage ration for animal maintenance. Experiments were performed with the fresh manures and with homogenized and air-dry samples of :hcac ruatures. The homogentzed samples were obtained by treating a subsample of each fresh manure with sufficient water to obtain a thick slurry and by blending this slurry for 5 minutes with a Servall Omni-5fixer (Ivan Sonall•fnc.,Norvvalk,Conn.). The a'u- L1 a,'I 0 n() I;~. 6 F: 1
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50257 3408 79 X. Ba 2 TOBACCO--S'•10KING--PASSIVE/ Barad; < C. :.B. <~: • '': RTR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 X Ba2 (Soc3a1 Security Adm. Off. Human Res., Baltimore, Md., U. S.) .SMOKING ON THE JOB: THE CONTROVERSY hEAT~ UP. Occup. Health Safety 48,,(No. 1) 21-24 (1979) (in English) • jTlie worldro( work is being shaken by battles aimed at ~ resolving the conflict between smokers' needs and the : right of nonsmokers to work in a smoke-free climate. q!n n n o i ,t 6 9 9
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,. .,.,........, ....-._..~...:...,.... . _ _ ... _, ..:.,.~..__ : 50257 3402 , ~. . ~ : NICOTIPIL•'--?!ETT.I;O':'.IShi--lil'"`AN BOnY/. UItINE-~-~'1t~~lLY=~i5/ ' X 7l~ Ba2 TOI~ACCO--SI•~OI:IIvG--tJt:Iti;: ' , RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 74~ Ba2 a1{, ;, Fernando, L. ; Silb ` , Carvalho, D. D.;,Candido Preto, , irao e ib A •• ilina R os Cado M A e n LS OF N trica tocae VF . i;LE f espec em ro *(Identificacao e dosag WQ 'fumantes.)* 607-10 (1974) (in sf~t1`i 5~~ w~.th English Rev. Brasil. Med. 31 (No. 9) *d* *1974, No. 22, w 8624* Tobacco medicine (analis)~ , i L.; Alvesr ~scp, Guimaraes, ' (Faculdade Far:n. Odontol. Ribeirao re o, Sao Paulo, Brazil) icotina em urina de ICOTINE IN d o O 0 Q~? n n o
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50257 3403 76 III Ba C}}ROMATOGRAPIIIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID C}}ROl•fAT'OGRAPIIY/ PACKING OI' COLUMNS OF POROUS SILICA MICROPARTICLES FOR }IIG}I SPEED LIQUID C}iROMATOGRAP}iY/ Remplissage des ealonne5 Anuhcsis, 1976, v. 4, no 3, p. 108 a 114 de m9cd Qpartic1Jllea de sil3Ce poreuse destinees 6l !a cfiromatographie en phase 6iquide rapide ~; D.'<., . ~ _ DAR, M. CAUDE et R. ROSSET A precisc packing procedure for silica columns used in hii;h akcd liquid chroniatography is described. 7'hc mos( important parameter is the slurry consistency a% mccnurcd by the stationary phase weight/slurry solvent Laboratoire de Chiatie Un mode opc~rcNOire prccis pour le rempli.csnge des colaures de silicc uNlisees c,t chranalobraphic eit phasc lic/uide .~ , rcyuclc esi proposP j (j n r ny 0 f. ~) %olunu ratio. Optimum values for this ratio arc given for four commercial supports: Partisil 5 Ecm, Lichrosorb Si 00 5pm, Spherisorb 5/cm, Lichrospher 10 pm. Thc f.rct that this ratio is independent of (hc nature of (he slurry solvent allows the usc of thc mobile phase of the subsequent separation or of a low polarity solvent. The regeneration stage is thus not necessary. • - The proposed method results in over 80 % of successful columns. The influence of packing pressure, volume of compressed ~~ liquid and support sphericity is ilso discmsed.... ,,,~, ~~ _... . ...... , , , ~ . . .......... . .. .
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50257 3414 72 u! St oxcnNIC ncx:)S--T03nCCO/TOL'Acco--oi2cAw.TC ACIDS! LCA%': S. P tF CLASS NM PA.";PHLET 72 VI St Stepanova, A. *i.; B2c•anova,•.A. A. - (Lc:~i: :r.d St. Univ., Y.:ol. F.::,. USSF.) LF 1'.'CT OF L:G:lT O.`. : ir.:iC' IS}I OF 0i GnNIC ACI:iS IN Rl;.MP•B A.`;D TOC.':CCO 1aokl:ir.ii}•a 37 (:~o. 3) 520-26 (1972) (in vussian with English su::-•nr)•) *Key4ords:* 1sC-acet:.c acid, tnbacco, additive; 14C-succinic acid, tobaccc•, ariditive. Tox~~:cco cF,e,: istr~•: *1972, No. 17, W 758G* *d* f+ I i! r n n o ~ ~~ ~ ~
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50257 3413 0 I n o n rI i ; ,zartincy,..'d;= , AN .1PPLICI!:fI'Ja OF i' :~C'':;;SI':r: CC.`ia^OT. ~Y C():iP1T'Ci:,2 I:I :;L.r1^i:f~'r, 1'.4':'~i :Y, t*!n A~, n1!r1.Y_iclrl (it~ CoAt~Yol~~ Co+r:~zr.:,e fi_ .,.. . , d1tlll ri oceS'.s13a 1)aX C3' culai."..LI2' dans Industrrie des Ci.Slrette,), by .'d. 1;arancy and i3. Sass Autotnat:sise 16 (No. 3) 1.5A-15t3 ~Matc. 1971) fri I'.: cnch wi. -\ Enj;lieh 1Lacis?aLion : ~ r~ . f i ~.
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50257 3417 ~ J, . _ _. .-. ._ - .. ~ ~ r%z8 Be~mshkovaov N. ?.., jt. au•tnor ~ i 1.~:L1L" 0 q! c~ 0 n 0 i :? !0 A
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.:: ~ MeA, 50257 3404 i `' ~ Mr, a. , ^e~.,v•~ IO': .y~ ••~nT •,.v.,E~.i, A.. c(,+!y.^.',i i.iia i:: ~~ ~ .yP.OAA'i7.&A:ioN Lri::~c5 .o0'.3 ITrtiS, t)y ;'. Lar, ~ tz.?it i.nd. Ernaiirung 1! ~, 244-231 (1967)
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.;; Earatta, E. .3. ,.;'t. P.ut. 50257 3419 I i1. i.r ['.1.~,~...n~~r [a.~ ~~ .~.~. ~ sva. J ~ TXSS'J ~,. tZ. .7. ~{ao. Q, yQc : i"..V a r., 1 .9 1 A l4 l.t 1 /. -/.~. 1 Ll
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50257 3410 XXII riei3~-76 ~ ~ ~` ~ S.P. ~ Nutotion Rescarch, 40 (1976) 85-• r OElswie~ ~cientific Yublishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netlterlands ~ ~ EVALUATION OF TI[E GEtiI:TIC EFFFCTS INDUCED I3Y VINYL L CEILORIDE MONOMER (VCJI) UNDER MA.MM:ILIAN ME'IABOLIC ACTIVATION: STUDIES IN VITRO AND IN VIVO N: LOPRIENO„IV.~,BAItALE, S. BARONCELLI, C. BAUER, G. BRONZFTTI, A. CAMMELLINI, G. CERCIGNANI, C. CORSI, G. GERVASI, C. LEPORINI, R. NIERI, ANNA bi. ROSSI, G. STRETTI and G. TURCHI La6oratorio di .ti/utagenesi e Dijjerenziamcnto, CNR, and Istituto di Genetica, University, Piso (Italy) As part of a programme of investigations on the biological effects of the industrial compound vinyl chloride monomer ( i7CN9), the raw material for the production of polyvinyl chloride (PVC), analyses on the genetic effects by this compound have been done by experiments (in vitro) which have taken mam• malian metabolism into account. Vinyl chloride in the presence of purified microsomes (sedimented at 105,000 g) obtained fron: mouse liver was converted into an active metabolite(s) which produced gene mutations in the yeast Schizosaccharomyces pom6e (forward npFta~on), and, genq cojIver io.'~ in two loci of a diploid Saccharotnyces cere- vistae. Dldfeover, the comunt1 was active in the host-mediated assay, when mice were treated with an oral dose of 700 mglkg ------ ---------- - - , . ~ ~....~ -___ -.__-_ •• .._°_ ........-_.+4.....
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50257 3415 '•TFTIIAI`;O1,/ °.'rIIAINnT,/'. / °t?n„Y?. AT.(70u)L/ . ~ 76 III ne~ -g') .t ~:1y( D) 1,5 7- / V / (/;'~6 3) atcnt Lcat of vaporization in aqueous alcohol solutions. ~VN•W.>ii-a•r:6swvs'kii and A. Z. Colik (T. G. Shcvchcnko State Untv., Kiev). Ukr. Khim.Zh.29(?), 137-41(19G3)(in l:ussiun). Graphs arc given for the ruol. heat of vaporizntion of mists. of 1120 -witli McOf1, I:tOlI, and I'rO[I against conarrr. of liquid and vapor and for sp. hcat of vaporiurtion again.t wt. ;~ of 13u01{, I'rOll, EIClI1, and AlcOll in 11;0 at 40°. The curvaturc of the AicOll--IlrO giahhs is very slight, but there is a rnax. at mol. el~ DicOfl in the vapor. There arc niax. at 0.03 and 0.45 and at 0.03 and 0.()0 mol. "u P[011 : nd IaOII, resp., in thc liquid. These max. arC attributed to the heats of interaction of the .rics. with 11:0. Cltangcs in heats of vaporiration p.uallcl chanbcs iu f adiabatic cornpressibi!ity. John lluwc Scott
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L I I 1•te8 - 7 6 1'. ~(Medicsl file.) Atti. Assoc. Genet, Ital. 20, 3-5 (1975) ABSTRACT 111etodologics for the quantitative evaluation of genetic effects produced b}, chemical rrartagens biI;TODOLOGIE PER LA VALUTAZIONE QUANTITATIVA DEGLI EFFF.1"I'I GCNGTICI I'RODOTTI DA1 MUTAGLNI C!R,1ICi ~, k: 6ARALt:, S. BARONCb:L1.I, C. l3RONZL•'TTI, A. CAhfM1:LL.INI, C. CORSI C. Lt:POR1NI, N. LOPRIt'_NO, R. N1BR1, M. NOZZOl.1N1, A.t`l. ROSS1 ~. Laboratorio di Mutagcncsi e Differenziamcnto dcl C.N.R. Istituto -di Genctica dcll'Univcrsita, I'isa These metociolOgies have been employed on cvaluatiny, the possibic Lcnutussic activity of vin Ircliluridc ntrniomcr (V('M ), a chemical carcinuhe• nic compound widcly used by the plastic industries. VCM resa!ted mutat~enic inS. pombc with a mutation specific acti-rity = 2.36 X 10•s X lucus'1 X mM'.' ic; thc prescncc of activating raicrosomcs only. A possible conveitogenic activity of VCM in S. ccrc•viNiue has been tc- sled c!nployir.g as activatinb syste!ns liver microsornal extracts a4l pure micro• somes. The ciata show that V0S is corlver!O~C:UC in the Ore•:ence of rnainma• lian mctab sm ~)!,1yt Mlicd that n,re microsornes have rnoro rlliciency (about ~ ~ ~ ,~ ,, 4wicc) il~an nc:cre soni.cl cx aa 6n .: t4v:rtiht~ \'C,M. l i ~
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~ Bar3tta, 1.7j. J. (jt. author) 50257 3420 ;IX 't Fe ~ Fsryi, F. S. , ~~ SI':::',::5 G:d Fi)F.v::Ki~~t•-21C Iii lj AND G~.:?5 0? s; E:i~!!j:'~~ -.y z:. S. fierxi. acd P.. J. t3•^.xatt& (tT, . vopt. 1'aalth, 11.`'!d t}eC.l1.`il S^~Vc y 1'io:tSleCi: tE`A'n, !~''a' . . ~~«+-dl 't.Ssr2l-rh LF.i?. ) °ubl. IIr.aICh Itapt¢. 81 (:?o. 2) 121•.7 (1St,6) n n o
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` BARBECtJE~ ~AUC4; KE?'CHUF, ' CELATkN AND. PUDUI~~GS, - 50257 3425 a , , xx Be4 y C; v.J ~ t) n n r*j o
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50257 3416 TUN/:Gr:•iG\T--`SA:iMTT:~Gf MARY.ETING RTsSI:AkCH/ HR 5415 . ~ Ch ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t - 1977 V } '~ L .~, ~~_~_i~. itg _~_ a ~ r, ARC}lER `"".' " ~' " ,,~ j.iLiroioier1n L3:)c cachrane ( Clzme &7 'vh1l.tOn Bonk CC~ rnpc I1y • Badnor, I'cnnsylvania O --, 2-/ C ; Eciited by I;dmund Van Deusen qecond Edition ~ , (J \~ _ ~ _ - -----~__ _ 1 ), I ,
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SMOKING b HEALTH/CANCER--CAUSATION--BY ENVIRONfIENTAL FACTORS/ T06ACC0--Sh10KING--HEALTH EFFECT/ AMES-TYPE TESTING/ DR. SIDNEY S. LEE/NORTON NELSON/ RC 261 1981. 50257 3412 Richard I~yll'Oxford Lhri~tc'sitv ~,Richard 1~c•to, 01 f,-)rd Llrri;,crsi!v -1vJichael E3aram; Brackrrr and haninr, B0ston, ;11a Roy Albert, .~'~ ,, Xork Urrit•ersitL 111Mical S; i;.• t1'illiam7:olve, VIClernent Associates, Inc., l1't~slrrtr~tl~rr 1).C. CANCER RISKS FROM THE ENNTIRONMENT ASSESSMENT OF T ECHNOLOGIES FOR DETERMINING -R- ~`'}q~o~~..~)~...!rn.w It \t INtlI U. S. Office of Technology Assessment/ / OTA Repnrls arc thr pr+ncipal do:umrntatior,,d t~~rmal.+•<c~•^+rnt ~roicct•. T-hr.c pr,qrct• arr appn~~'cJ u+ a,l~nn, r t~~ th, 7,: hn.~l.•1 S Aw•.•mrn• fi,•anl A' thr cun. I clu.ion ot a proir•ct. lhc ti ard hn,thr i p.+rluni % h+ rr%ru t6t-rcp n but u• n- Ica<e dnc• tFr recuhs h.thr Hovdl r tl> mdi• vidual mr rnhers ~ 3 C) (l n f1 i f? '7 t i,7, Joyce C.'Lashof, Assistant Director, OTA Nealtlr and Life Scierrccs Dittisiorr Norton Nelson, Panel Clrairrnarr Nein YOrk U1rrZ'Q'rsity Medical School DeErartnrent of Errtrironrrrenhal Alcclicirre,
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TP 50257 3421 370 Kr 1975 PDDL by Barbara Kraus I-iARPI:R'S MAGAZINE PRESS Published in Association with Harper & Row New York THE-BAnRB;~ARA KRAUS DICTIONARX-..,--0F hRO TE~~~~~ Over 8,000 brand names and basic foods with their protein (and caloric) count. 4 o t o nn n ~> 1 s~
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:i Pr3 '`iiarbari, ti.r (it. Aut;ior) 4 (19Ge.) , y 50257 3424 ii~t`CtL, c. G~ .~ Hj. .,.rC::y... ~ `.. ., CtaYOLZt~.~ ~r _. •; i.. Yre.va:: mn~1 C. Barbati ;.E:r. F.:.nc. Cerps Gras 15 (PIa. 3) 157-165 ;F=sn.°ch, 1968) C~ 1 ~,~ f? t~ ~~
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50257 3400 v- Ke9-uu S.P. B.S.;~M~Fart JCo,65 YJMr Caddr Pl re No/1 wood C.! 9 m m 2- ~ ~ 90028. /- Q ~--~ VI OR It BAPTIS , Ph.D. and RICHARD BROWN J. Soc. Colmet. Chem., 31, 219-222 (July/August 1980) 7Nitrosamine determination by use of conventional equipment 0 0 j Rereived fanwary 11, 1980. Preferrted at the Annual Srientifu Meeting, Society of Cotmetir ChemiJU, Derember 6-7, 1979, New York, New York. Synopsis The determination of NITROSAMINES in consumer products has heretofore been hampered by the need for costly specialized equipment. An effective technique to analyze for total nonvolatile nitrosamines has been developed which utilizes only conventional equipment. The method is as specific as the thermal energy analyzer. We are able to achieve a sensitivity of better than one part per billion. Six to seven analyses can be completed each day by one technician. In addition, the technique is also adaptable to determining if NITRITES are present in raw materials. We have found the method successful in use on cosmetic products, grilled hot dogs, beer and cutting fluids. t ~ -i (i t1 n- n 1 J6 9 I ~ , - ,
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50257 3428 >t. l11i f 7 :1 l'I/l I ` ;Q A Barber, Eiervey Id.ubbarrl, ? t?` 5- qc3 Scmimicro qualitative an,ilvsis 1by1 IIervey II~.ii~t,,ici i i 3 ., ; B,\- Barber and T. Ivan Taylor. Rev. ed. -.Kew York, ITrzt•per 119531 404 p. tllus. 25 cm. (Harper's chemtstry series) 1. Chemistry, Analytta-Qualltative. 2. Chemistry, Inorganic. z. Taylor, Thomas Ivan, 1C0'J- joint author. tt. Title. Ltbrary of Congress QD98.B3 1953 ` 544 53-4,110 i r o to n t ± 7
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50257 3423 64lZicC cl/.) y, / ~ ~ 4 \ l l' , ilLl.~a .a~ . 0 / ~2 99,0 ~ (/r7 / ) II Me 78 S.P.5- Instrument for Determining the Treatability of Industrial Waste . EMIL J. GGNIiT1:LLI, Associate Professor Department of Environmental Sciences Rutgers-The State University New Brunswick, New Jersey NELSON L. NGNIEROIY Professor Department of Civil 1?nFineering Syracuse University Syracuse, New York KON~[;tJ P,AR0,;Vicc 1'residcnt 1'rinceton Aqua Science Princeton, New Jersey The producer of an industrill waste is confronted daily by requirements for improved effluent quality. Because of the ubiquity and practicality of biological waste treatment, lie is asking questions such as: 1) If we were to treat the waste at the industrial site, is it amenable to biologgicvtl treatment? 2) If we can discharge to a municipal system, will the waste have any advcrse cffcct upon the existing biological ~, ~... .~ , ~. ~~ ...... .. . .~ . U i r~ n n tr I2 . 7 i4
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50257 34 26 VI Req-7fi S.P. Nitrogen Dioxide-Induced Puf monary Disease Five *New Cases and a Review of the Literature . Edward P. Horvath, M.D.; Guillermo A. doPico, M.D.; Robert A..Barbee,<MA.r~:: and Helen A. Dickie, M.D. Twenty-three patients exposed to nitrogen dioxide in agriculture or industry were referred to the University of Wis- consin Medical Center. Eighteen experienced a transi ~nt upper respiratory tract syndrome; five developed pulmonary edema or bronchiolitis obliterans. This latter gr?up rfsponiled to sttrV roid therapy 6ut ail'demonstrated6evidence oi persistent pui- ttnonary dysfunction on follow-up studies._.. some are sufficiently severe as to result in pulmonary Pdema or bronchiolitis obliterans, or both.a 9 10 In this report we present the cumulative experience with NOr induced pulmonary disease at the University of Wisconsin. In addition, we review the literature on this topic with special em- phasis on the spectrum of clinical disease and the possibility of ___ irreversible_flidmnnar~ damaee _._
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, 1 80 I I, Ey-81 S, P. 50257 3429 U~r -B-,-,t-uh Journal oJPsycholog}• (1981), 72, 19-26 Printed in Great Britain 19 SociaVdesirability in the Eysenck Personality Inventory S, Dunnett, S. Koun and P: .1. Barber k To investigate the extent to which the social desirability of test items can bias Eysenck Personality Inventory (EPI) score profiles, a group of subjects was asked to rate the items of the EPI in terms of their social desirability. Three further groups were asked to complete the inventory honestly, or in such a way as to give a good or bad impression of themselves. Test items measuring extraversion were rated as socially undesirable, whereas those measuring neuroticism were rated as undesirable. Compared with subjects asked to respond honestly, subjects attempting to give a good impression tended to endorse items rated as socially desirable and hence to respond in the direction of stable extraversion. Similarly, subjects asked to give a bad impression tended to give socially undesirable responses and hence tended to appear as neurotic introverts. The lie scale did not effectively discriminate faking subjects from honest subjects. It is concluded that a social desirability response set can consistently bias subjects' scores on the EPI and this is not detected by the lie scale. A recurrent difficulty in the validation of all personality questionnaires lies in the operation of various response sets. These include the tendency, described by Edwards (1955, 1957) as t~ ! ~~s n rl r~ 1:? 1:? r i
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VATLR--POLLUTTON/ TD £i97 ' Wh 1977` THE DISTRIBUTION OFYTOXIALS IN MARINE ECOSYSTEMS i ; AS A RESULT OF EWAGE DISPOSAL ~ AND NATURAL PROCESSES by • . Patrick J. Whaling, Kichard `T. Barber, and Jacqueline C. Paul Duke University Marine Laboratory Beaufort, North Carolina 28516 (7-lWater Resources Research Institute of Thel niversity of North ICarolina and by Duke University. (I1 % ~ UNC-WRRI-77-123 Project No. B-071-NC Agreement No. 14-31-0001-411 The work upon which this publication is based was supported in part by funds provided by the Office of Water Research and Technology of the U.S. Department of the In erior, as authorized under the Water Resources Research Act of 1 64, as amended, the 0 I.o n r) o i: I
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SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISNING/T013ACC0--SM0}:I1`;G--•-PSYCHOLOGY/ 50257 3422 79 X Ba - RJR CLASS NO. PAMI'};LET 79 X Ba~ ~ ~ •Barbariw, 0: A.,Tz (Univ. I•1d., Co]lege I'k. Aid., U. S.) C02•;PAKISON OF SYAfBOLIC AND OVER'I' AVERSION IN THE SJ:LF-CONUI:OL OI' SMOKING. Jour. Consult. Clin. i'sycarul. 46 (No. 6) 15G9-7' (1978) (in F.nSli-zh) 2 TLia rrscarch (ornlrares r:rlrid smol;inF (ovcrl as•crsinn), tos•crl scnsilitaliun (~}m~ t bolic avcrsiun), and a comLination of thc two in a sclf•frunithn+cnt trrucrdurc for y rrtlucin}g and clirninalinl; ci;;arcttt• smol:ing. S:zlN ' adults (.t/ al;c - 40) ts•crc ran- 1 dumly ncs ,;nrd to one of Ihrrc cslrrrimrn!al } ruul s or lo the tonlrol t roup. 'r-cn ~ rrainint; u•.cions sccrt' slr:+ccd over a 1-munth Irrriod. 1•Lc csprrimrnt:rl I:roulrs smol•cd sifnific:+nllp 1+•ts than thc control t;roup :rt each follnw•up point. Thc us'rrl group ~ achics•cd si;,niGcantly grcattr rrductiun than thc s)mlrolic group, and thc cumLincd ~};roup did rrol differ siy;nifirantly froni cithcr of the sinl;lc Ircatmcnt {;ruup5. One )'car 1 aftcr Irratrnrnt, 6 of 15 l,crsons in the u~~crt a.•crsiun group ~ccrc com~~lctch abs!incnt, ~ as ounoscd to I in caclr of Ibc othrr esPcrimcntal );ruup5. 0
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V1 50257 3432 ; Ba4 Jt]7,a.'Lr30 : EjJ11,, j rivil :.~i:S 1,'j fr'iir•;l.iC:i-'A.:Cl Oj' . ~: ,.., t`ii ~ ~ Jo i',-3c n,^~•c; •:;i C~r~- `3) 273-77 t19, O I ..-. ~ 1 :• . .. . . ..
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50257 3436 PHARMACOLOGY--SCREENING METHODS/AMPHETAMINES/DRUG ADL'ICTIGN/ RM Peter I. Folb BARBITUATES/ 300 DRUGS--HARMFL'L EFFECTS,/ Fo 1980 The Safety Foreword by J.R. Trounce Springer-Verlag of 1v4iedic~;llleS Berlin Heidelberg New York 198~ Evaluation and Prediction 1 `~~ 7 2 7 (~ ~, i 1 (~ n ~. ! ~ :.
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50257 3418 III Du2-79 S.P. C. R. Acad. Sc. 1'aris, t. 288 (29 j.jnvier 1979) ~019. ~Scric Q- 89 STRATOSPHEP.IC OZONE CONCENTRATION "fEASU2E`.tEIQTS AT SUNRISE Ai1D SUtiSET. P.HYSIQl1E ATN1OSl'NE(tIQUE. - Mrsures de• kr curu'enlrution rn u:unc- (le• 1u strutu.vphc-re uu Ic-re"' et tiu coucher du Suh•il. Note (•) de Patrick Aintcdieu, Jean Baratm . Picrrc Rigaud, present~-e par Edmond A. Brun. ~ ~ Drs mesures in .riiu de conccntration dbzonc au moyen d'un oronumetre stratosphcriquc a chimilumi- ncsccnce en phaw gazruwc unt rcrmis d'obxrvrr ;i I`., pr'r. Ia .jriabiht'c du milieu. Aux nive;iux 1') et 5 nib (26 rt 36 km) nos mrhure, mrurnt en evidrncr unc slabilitc. A 2.5 mb (42 km). on note unr dccruiasancc rapidc d'cnviron S"„ au point du jour. In situ n_unr mrusurrnu•ntc wirh u.slrulu.sphrrir u:unumrrrr u.cin.u Xus phusr rhrmiluminrsrenrr prrnril munifuriligu/ thr rcn'iuhilin' u/ rGr mrclirun irilhbn I",,. Uur dulashrnr rhal u:unc i.s t'un.rtanr at ihe 19 and 5 nih /rvr/.s. At 2.5 mb rhrrr i.: .. rapid drup ef 'ubuur 5',:,, at aanrirr. L'etude in situ du transport stratosphcriquc turbulent au moyen de I'ozonom~trc dcveloppc par I'un dc nous [ I ] utilise Ia thcoric dc Kolmoeoroffet suppose en particulier que Ia concen- tration d'ozone est localcment stationnaire a I'echelle du temps de Ia mesure. Diverses rr.tctions photochimiques pouvant thcoriquement faire evoluer Icgi;rement k.~s concentrations d'ozone. nous avons cherchc a faire des mesures a I'aube et au crepuscule, moments les plus propices a de telles reactions. Cette Note apporte des Wments qui accrcditent I'hypothcse que I'ozone est un traceur passif de Ia basse stratosphcre a I'cchellc de temps du jour. Elle montre cependant que, dans Ies rcgions de production, on observe des variations rapidcs au lever du Soleil. f~ ~ n n no I...2. 7 0- 9
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50257 3u34 ~E F TS 2240 Ba 1861 TOBACCO--IIISTORY/ I.::.,. Ol•)p ~~....~ n E~ t 2 7 d
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510 TX Re -80 ABSTRACTS EUROP. SYMP. HEAiORIIEOLOGY & UISEASES 2 2.9. EFFECTS OF CICARET'PE-SMOKI::G ON BLOOD RHEOLOGY // 0., Drummond, M.M., Forbes, C.D.,;:Barben41:~J:C., Smith, S. S. P• Lowe, G.D _ Departments of Medicine and Biochemistry, Glasgo+r Royal Infirmary and Bio-engineerinR Unit,/ Uhiversit of 3trathclyde U.K. "" / ) y , We measured blood viscosity (shear rate 100 s-1) and its determinants (haematocrit and ~~ plasma fibrinogen) in 90 apparently healthy males, age 16 - 80 years. Cigarette-smokers had : higher levels fo blood viscosity, haematocrit and fibrinogen than non-smokers (p < O.OOI). ~ Blood viscosity was still higher in smokers after correction to a standard haematocrit (3 (p <0.02). Fibrinogen and corrected blood viscosity rose with age in nonsmokers, but were prematurely increased in young smokers and rose less with age. No significant acute increase in blood viscosity was observed after smoking 3 cigarettes, but a significant acute decrease in red cell deformability (measured by a filtration method) was seen (n m 23, p4 0.01). Red cell deformability correlated inversely with blood carboxyhaemoglobin levels (p < 0.O1) I 2.10. BLOOD AND PLASMA VISCOSITY IN PATIENTS AFFECTED BY MILD PRIMARY HYPERLIPOPROTEINAF.MIA (H.L.P.) Gaillard, S:*, Rousselie, D.°, Lambert, D.", Drouin, P°, Stoltz, J.F.1k *Groupe d'Hemorheologie - Centre de Transfusion Sanguine - Brabois - 54000 VANDOF.UVRE LES NAbICY - France °Departement de Nutrition et Groupe INSERM U.59 - 40, rue Lionnois - 54000 NANCY - France The authors studied viscosity in 45 patients affected by mild HLP (WHO nomenclature) : type IIa : n - 15, type IIb n= 15, type IV : n m 15. 71 subjects without blood lipids abnor- malities were used as controls. Rheological determinations were carried out using a couette type viscometer ani a capilla- ry automatic viscometer. Three shear rates were used : 0.232, 0.346 and 1.16 sec . For each patients Blood glycose, total cholesterol and triglycerides were determined.Blood viscosity was significantly higher in the HLP patients than in controls for the 3 shear -rates used (26.2 + 0.4, 21.9 + 0.3 and 14.4 + 0.3 cP VS 21.3 + 0.2, 17.6 + 0.2, 11.5 + 0.5 cP resoeqti- • ~ ...i,. .. ~~ .,,... ., . Vo1.16,No.G .` i•7-C =3l3 ~
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50257 3435 ~ b AMINO nCIr)S-rRI.nCTION jdITlt SUCARS/ 77 zTT cj. C/,.ti,-) . ~8(~, IIPllIllllrQ)a(;Id1 C 'I,1iCCllCY'I: ~'1~Q.:~;F'C ;~k~','C;~k~', Srflll~l FQEI'Il].1i7,l6)IDC (j.C1 ~)T'()Q~~Jt~.I ~)I'IlS2IlT'I SUMMARY Ciusa W., I3arbiroli G., Mazzaracchiu P. - RcaNiorrs arrtocrg cntrirru•acidi and sugars rescarc h orr Ihc irr/or- maliun of basic products. The optimal olx:ratinr conditions to obtain slablc 1-nmino-l-dcorv-2-kctosc derivatives of high purity and yclds, in the rcaction between aminc>acicls and sugv-s (hcxusrti and hcntoscs) have brcn investigatcd. I3y mcans of elcmental analysis, molecular wcic.ht, lit and NMR shcctra, svc could put into evidence tlic chemical structurc of thcsc c:vnipounds. Particularly it is not in a ncuU-al form, but in nce form of internal salt. ~ IS I ,A ~~
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50257 3446 ' T ~arbitu~tes--Chxo~nato~raphy, 6'oi. s 55 Pr Stolman, Abraham (editor) PROGRESS IN CHEMICAL TOXICOLOGY Volume 1- q 1963- 0, L`J Academic Press New York n n o 1 2. ~/ •4 7
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50257 3438 r 1972 fltLhZINES rl:::;.!'A"'I1i.:/: ,'c• T T r r~• ~. / t,•Y k:.~3:1,111 . ivt; Di?R~~ ~~TI ~..5; F,i,.i;L AND F'~::RLV:-.'i 483 Us PSYC:1GTr.OPIC LP.LCS ANI) F:'.:LATEI) C0:•iPf)L';;DS. SEt*j' Ofr'D CDlT10IN CAI:L L'S[):N, Ph.D. and DANIEL H. EFRGt!, ~' M.D., Ph.D. F:ycho=)harrY:aC3ioyY RE:,eCrCil ';ranch Division of Exiramural Research Programs S t Uc.emed DEFARTL,ENT OF HEAITH, EDUCATION, AND WUFARE Heaith Services and Prlental HeoEth Adr,;inistrut;on Nationol Institute of P,1Hntal Health 5600 Fisl;ers larie Rockville, hlaryland 20852 0 1 ;0 t' 0 1 4"". 7 1 9
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50257 3439 TS 2240 Br 1.972 The Consumers Union Rep'ort on Narcotics, Stimulants 7,epressants, Inhalants l 1 / M.g Haliucincoens, and Mari juana - ~ i8 ~f ~~ , ... ..G! • C:ONSUt.lEF.S UNION, AtOUNT VERN'UN, NE4V YORK (J i o [l n fi and the Editors of CONSU~ME1'. REPORTS • . . . .. . .. . . . : ~ , ;:iv.~LJ ~~..~ by EDWARD M. BRECHER ;.;. }'ASHISH/ t FREONS/ e 0 AEROS0I.S/ , IL'M/LSD/ MARIJLTANA/ . ALCOHOL/N~' RCOTICS/DEPRFSSEu\"TS/CAfiFEINE/iiT.COTINE=-AADICTION/ BARBITURATr.S/HF.ROIN/TOBACCO--SMOKING ~ ~ including Caffeine, Nicotine, and Alcohol ._._....._,.r-~.• ~.~.~....
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---- ---- - - -. _ . 1 _._ - - - ~ - ._ - - - - . ~ . . . . : , , ~ Attu.T1•lrcaosiotrx.r,Jrn.191J.p.?AI-:NsY ' 'Yol•77,:\0.1 ' ' 50257 3t3~~ C,ipytyht 0 19i3 Ar.uricnn ~V.ci.-tV t(•t \licr.hink,~y hinlfd in U.$A.' , -.`~~ ~ .. 1I17J3~L• rrt?11$ILo?11Gt£1•' -foT~ -~r~ICroli~i.ol0i;y. Laboratories ~ ~fix *seF-•~~t-7/+ ~'' I)' i ADA\IS BAR.l . A.v C1i .. `' d S i F D . . , , • . , ~ . , . . . r. ~ A densitometer comrx~sed of a tnicrn:cope nnd a colorimeter i 1 b d . c e der)srtometer comp3re fa.•orably. . • • - • • .. . •• ' 1}. , ... , . • . . • .. . . ' I?cnsitometcr tracin s•`or 'clrmmatoQfap})ic '. tipcn tothe phbtotube;th'e'micrtiscopc larrip j :i • ', aef,arations arc a perrnanent record ol'the chro- . adjusted to yi~•e. a 10~ transmittance: (`.`~T) t ' oo - c ente eDorrmcnt North Corolin Stt Uiit RliJ Nh Cli .,oaencersi•,orgr,ortarorw 27607 heceived for publication •i Septernl.er 19-3 t csu ts O)ta n le a)th t. e rnrcrnscope dens)tometer and a•rth a standard . 0 L r . i . .. , .~. I I. d.,;..h . . ...r. scn c . ~ .4 . I mato; raphic results.and can be uscd to quanti- spectto.{1hotumeter ,reading..he spectrop,:o-, i ., . . , ,-• s ~,, • ,•, - l3te tt)e results. J Jowet•er, in sp)te od ns Vatue a tumercr rtau 1JTt•. wuNr} ucen <ruJUatcv LU v.U a„ q a standard dens)tometer, the c.lestarned g el raerf : vnieroscol)e and a small colorimeter. mstru- stage vernier scale, and c•ach t)r^A Thn .. [~t•as inenis found in virtually all microbiology labo- recorded. So that the \tfD cot,l:! to . , ; ;w?c developed . a densitpmet.c•r rcrmr)sed of a. repcatedly ad~.•anced, by 0..3,5 t~m •.using- the .. iify its Z)nrchasc: Faced isith -such a situation, field; and the rcT was rc•corded: The•sl:,de was . densitomc•tcr n)ny. be used too-infrequentl}' or with the light p:)th closed.'1-he image of the gel _-~poradically in. tnicrobiolt±,gical research to>jus- ..sample slot was' centered :in the • microscoF.e,,. r)iicroscopc (I": Leitx, Inc.. It('c}:Ieiyh, N.J.) and" recorder syste'm (Photo.•olt Corp., N.Y.) usirig a The densitometer consrsts of a Le)tz O:tholux - was scanncd u•Jth a Phqtovolt.530 densuometer- . j - n Bausch and Lomb 3iU colurimeter modified red f lter : nd a 1- by 15-mm slit. ~• vrith an external phototube. Tbe phototube The results o!nained %vith the MD «'ere Vcry T)..~. wi7}i,,,,i.hC•...St.?T.!~•17r1..-., ~` 1 l) fl r! () 1.'r h9 i, ;
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, 50257 3437 t~~ A Generation ,~ 1978 . SMOKING APID'HEALTN/T08ACC0--St4OKING--PSYCNOLOGY NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY/PSYCHOTROPIC DRUGS DRUGS--PSYCHOTROPIC/AGINCi/OPIATES/MARIHUANA/ BARBITURATES/ALCOHOLISM/ANXIETY/MEMORY/DOPAMINE/ ~ RM Psychopharmacology:. ' 315 r t I Morris A. Lipton, M.D., Ph.D. ?Yeemi diolor4al Scienca Rnemch Gntn q/ the Child Dfxlapnav 1wutTA hrtitatr and J.uah Crohatn XrnaA Ao%uor.lhytMat7 Wfwrnlry o/Norrh Cato4na Soloal ydledfNna Qapl HilL NonA Cotolinr of Progress Fa;toR: Alberto DiMascio, Ph.D. dteceo. o/irycMVAannamlop dlamcAuxtn DVpartm.nr o/ Mi/ud Htalth and Ptal-w c/ Pr}ckiatry (prychcphra.Wo4p) Ta/h Unl.arr)y Srhool f Afdkina A=0t, MauatA.u.nt Reith F. Killam, Ph.D. Aiysnror awd Charmra* arya.nnen o/ PAarmacnloy OwArra4 ol Cafi/om:o-Qo.it SrAod o/.Nrditinr Xhr$ C.f(/o..la t 0 r p i, tl o n; 4.) R i Raven Press  New York .i clzL....F- 0 -,c
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50257 3uv0 nAr.]I11u]2ATI:S / ALCO]'.OL7.Si f/ DRUG Ar~UST;/]]AS]iIS]]/t•1ARIIIUANA/ r;ARCOTICS/Hr1LLCCINOr.rras / TORACCO--SM0I;INC--PHAR"1hCOLJ(-,ICAL EFFECT/ 1)I:FRI:SSANTS/ xM A , 06gpo~.~Lp:PcA~ oo~J EpIpu4 ~V p~ ~j ~ 300 Iio ~~-~G ~frr t~t~ F~~ ~t•a.°~~~~fi,Jt'~l 1975 The Fbrorrrec6irenP A:-irwets FREDE-RICK G. I-IOF;v•1ANN ProJcssor of 1'hnrmncoloFy and Associate 1)cnn, Columbia Unircrs:ry Collcgc oJ 1'hysicinns and Surgeons in collaboration with ADELE D. IiOFMANN Associate Pro;essor oJClinical Pcriiairics New York Ur•ii•crsiry School of Medicine; Director, Adolescent Medical Unit, Dcpnrimcnt of Ped;'arrics, Ilcllcvnc Ifospitnl NcwYork OXI'ORD UNIVERSITY PRESS London 7oronto 1975 U! c"; ~(1 f 1 !~% 4 t
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50257 3445 r Sr.lith, Ivor, ed. Giu•ort.ito~i::~,l~ic tec'.u:irlGCs: cli:~ica' :uui biocl~~:;~ic :' appl:cations. ~,o1lC~oIl, Jleiacn,ant~, 1`..1,3. ziii, 3Cr0 p. ilius., dia„rs., tai>les. 22 cm. ;ocluc:es h[bi;ographica 1. l:hromatographic aualysia. r. Title. t158.1) 7C'S Rochester. iTniv. Llbr. ' QD271 for L:brary of Cc ~ress ;5 . ,,,._... .,.., ..-..:.r fZ ~_ '.~i (l n n I
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50257 3441 A.*A'IIETAAiI NES / / I;ARBITURATES/OP IATES /TRANQUILIZEP.S /CANNAB I S/ HALLUCINOt;ENS / I DRUGS--HUMAN RF,SPONSL/ NEUROPSYCHOPHAMACOLOGY/ I RM 300 Iv 1975 i Luj ~' "',~ • r 1 Dj . . .~s~ „v ~ ~ ~ ~~~~ul L. Inma~~~~~ n DQpo I M?'' ~ O] New York and Oxfor d 0 n n (,) 1 ;? 7 2.
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50257 3449 81 VI Ba 1 ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION--TOBACCO/TOBACCO--NICOTINE FORMATI,0N1 ~ RJR CLA SS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI. BA1 Baztan, ; (Univ. Complutense, Fac. Farm., Madrid, Spain) j VARIATIONS IN NICOTINE CONTENT IN NICOTIANA RUSTICA L. IRRADIATED WITH NEAR AND FAR UV RADIATION. *(Variaciones en el contenido de nicotina en plantas de nicotiana rustica L. sometidas A. irradiaciones de ultravioleta lejano y dercano.)* ~, An,Edafol.Agrobiol. 39, No. 5-6, 1009-1'8 (1980) (in Spanish with English ; summary) *Keywords:* nicotine, green, constituent. In this_paper_ve__report__a_first3_among_the different_steps of the vegetal cycle on the Nicotiana rustica L., a close relationship between nicotinet sfontFntjan~ t~el eife ft o~zthe d#ffereAt daily doses of the far UV radiations.
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72 1 Re-74 50257 3447 S.1'. I.TkiAT ABOUT t~iF.TRIC? By Lc,uis -B. Barbro%r:_ . U. S. 'i)EYARTTiEm' OF COt-MEKC3:, NATIONAL T,URI:AU OF STANDARDS NATIONAL I3UItF,AU OF STA?ZDAY,DS CONSUMI:R 1NFORMATION SERIES 7. , Washington, D. C. CPO: 1973 0-523-717 ~ ! ;i (l R fl
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50257 3442 , RM 300 Le 1976 MORPHINI: AND MORPHINE SUBSTITUTF.S/OPIATES/13ARBITURATF.S/ ~ CAFFEINI:/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/'..: DRUG ABUSE/CANNABINOIDS/ COCAINE/*L1RI1-IUANA/LYSF:RGIC. ACID I)ILTIIYLAMIN~ DRUGS---P1iYSI0LOGICAL 1,FFF.CT/' ' ; DRUGS--METABOLISM/A1vfPHI:TA.*4INES/MESC~'~LINE/ Physobc ~u 3 0 ~ 11-A ~U S c," 1 1 Louis Lemberger, A1.L)., Ph.D. and Alan Rubin, A both of the Lilly l.aboratory for Clinical Research 11'ishard Memorial Hospital and _ Midialt~ U4'r~~ersi'~y S~:~1oof~f \1d;dici~ Indianapolis, Indiana ti P Books Division of SPF.CTRUhi PUBLICATIONS, INC. New York 1)istributed by. I lalsted Press A Division of John Wiley & Sons Ncw York Toronto London Svdnrv
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50257 3450 .~r4 C) !? ;' ( l Barclay, A. S. (it. Auzr.or) ~ ~ •, tt Ii&,:~CCa'.v. Gt~'.a1:,T', ~.. .. SEE: a R• K• E. =. ti.,kjar,cny }~', k, F,;):r2a C.lt<t A. S. 1970 q Pagers, Table & Suppl. U. S. llapt. of Agric?s.t-:uz:c
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78 Jour. Adv. Res. 1.964, 30-3 (March, 1964) 50257 The Semantic Differential as an XI'Ad -79 Index of Brand Attitude 1 V II,L Needham, Louis and Brorby, Inc. Users of two brands of a food product rated them more favorably than nonusers did, but the differences were small. TitE sFntmNrtc differential, originated by Osjood (1952), enjoys considerable usage in advertising research. Representative applications include deline- ation of brand and corporate images and copy test- ing, as exemplified by 'Mindak (1961) and Landon 3452 differential, they also point out that much remains to be done, predicting (correctly) that application would outstrip research on the device itself. The purpose of this paper is to report some evi- dence on the validity of the method as an indicator -- - . ~~• 0! C1 t) n'i l I~7 4 3 • ~~
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. ~5 ti'_ ~.:~ :IOf I(:C(i--ACiaC"J.T, I:E- l;?~LlLVTO','' C`'r~_- 50257 3446 i« Per~:~~ ', I3fl1C~'~Z15$` F.:~rrndes, Ai; RJi: i5 ll'Y.TI;u Alvahy(lo, I:. ;(;.<.~: iirjnc;o de C:+_s t,-o, A. ; C',ast:a ; .>~;i; aStiao 'I;3 h<i :.ZO, .%. Ag:.•i: ., Cent. iJacioaal. 1.11s1. 0 I°C:SC{U1 3a.: Agronou:.ic.:.-i SeRv. 1+acior, ~]. i'esc;uisas /:;;ro:-l(lmi.cas, Isist.. A; ron. Oestc, Brasil.) ):FI'rCT OF Viu:TOUS Fl':fII'IL12'.:Fi T:'.Ez~Tlti::ITS ON '1'U:iACC1 YI.I:L??S )_'ii TiIE FIELD I\ i.Iy?77i.. f;(Rcsultados I:xperimc::tais de Aduba.cao Fumo.)I, Lrazil :ta.nisterio Agr. , Ceat. IJacional !'rzsino Yesquisas Af;r.oaomic: G Serv. Nacicnal Pesquisas Al;reno.:icas InsL. Agron. Oc:cte, llrzsi.l, 1957, 19 I). (1957) ~ (4.-it Portuguese -- partial I:nS.lish translation availr.ble) ~~ *J97'_;, No. 1, tid 39* *d* Toha.cco a,ric.u].tu:.•e: 0 1>> n n c; !;~ ~:~ ~~
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50257 3456 : aAt3 8ard, P. (.;t. 1u*_hor) y (,1969) ! Aacm,-, L,ao=a F.t THE PG,?f.lS? TY J: F:K :-R TVO tjR, by LIEQma Rr P.Xgy tarA °. bZ:a Pulp Pap4s Can. .33 3.71-379 (1932) 0 ! lj o n , :11 1 2 7 4. 7
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50257 3461 QA 76 Ba 1977 COMPUTERS--PROGRAMMING/ How to Program MICROCOMPUTERS by Howard W. Sams & Co., Inc. 4300 WEST 62NO ST. MOVWAPOUS, NJDUINA 4626N USA 7
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FISH--FARMING/SHRIMP/ f t SN 135 Ba 1972 Aquacu it 50257 345a z',jo3i~i r~ ;c ~i;ii'iiwkzi~ I ure ~ Hawaii 1r :litufr of .Sirrrinr liioloi;t The/F arming and Husbandry i_ of Freshwater John H. Ryther I1'ourLc Hole Orrnuogrnphir In,tihui, and and,~i~-Zarine Organisms William O. McLarnc}• A N'ILEI'-IVTERSCIENC:6 PUBLICATION JOHN WILEY & SONS New York • Chichester • Brisbane • Toronto 'norlc Ilnlr OrranorinjJrir Iriclihrrin 0 1 o o n n 1 2 7 4 ~'J
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z'101965 50257 3457 ,Baxa., i3vymoua C. . `1'IiT:; iu:' % ?C3I FltOGitQd AT 'Im 'i'obacco Chcmists Rcsearci,z Conf'Grera.ce, 19t•h,, 1'apcr!. I:cutuc4,, 6 pp. (October 27, 15,55) 0 ,
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~iF~a :.=i v;~.r,: ~ s v. Y;,j ;,' I V !c t~ P.di tors: : . S. J. nf1~!c, Ph.D , Chief ,T 1 ~ Acw l'oAk St:rte 'tt ~. [7 ~ ~ ~ I\:rcotic Ad-+irtinn Control Corsmis<ion . ~ -.~~~ .l_~u~, ll 7eytiag and kcxarch Iabor.Atory s. ., ,. _ Br-klyn, hcw York licnry P,ri;l, 11.D., Director •.ES, ri I':I$Il.'1A St3te Ilosp;cal B d Bi olo'~ ~ ~al ~ Wtst re.uwood, :Jcw York p-bcrhea by: THE CHEMICAL RUCF3ER CO. 16801 Cr'Ah'NU00 VANK\YAY ClEVB1ANO . . OHiO 44128 +"1rl:i.rJ'/,i f/ ,. , d n n n 1 Ii: 11 ~ ~ ; ,`~ ~ ~ . ~~ A ~;S/ i . , ~ ~ t
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50257 3466 Pct.'a:_hi r.t (3c~ I 1~ Clai~e'r_ce. ` Zri~n•ovcd te--lin;c:ules for r1a:;s rearin;, of the ciTa--ette be-et?e and the tobacca by C.O. hare, J.r1. lenhet, and U.[J. Jru- balcer. Wa§liin-ton, ii.S.~.:~., _1~/r7. 11 P•. 26 c.;i., (U. S. D.:1. E`t'-21,.7) . U I ri (l n '0 1 - 2 7 ;; 7
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50257 3468 vzr 10 Bare) C.~O., ~t. aut. 1Jv / E ~ ! e `.sa' ~~ tl'4JLHc., La ~ q ~i
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50257 3454 Proc. NatL A cad. Sci. USA Vol. 78, No. 9, pp. 5817-5820, September 1981 80 I I Ey-82 $, p, 1mmunnlna Distinctive urinary odors governed by the major histocompatibilit, locus of the mouse (chemosensory identification/Y maze/transfer of training) M. YASlAGUCHI*, K. YAMAZAKI*, G. K. BEAUCHAMP*J.:,BARDt, L. THOMASt, AND E. A. BOYSEt •Monell Chemical Senses Center, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19104; and tMemorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York, New York 10021 Contributed by Edward Boyse, June 3, 1981 ABSTRACT It has been shown that major histocompatibility complex (MHC) types affect the mating choices of mice and that mice can be trained to distinguish arms of a Y maze scented by odors from 111HC-congeneic mice. It is now shown that sensory discrimination of MHC types by trained mice in the Y maze is equally effective with urine as the source of odors. Trained mice, male and female, successfully distinguished between urines of MHC-dissimilar Fp segregants of an :11HC-congeneic cross but not between urines of MHC-identical Fs segregants. In a control study with a transfer of training procedure, in which reward was with- held to eliminate any basis for new learning, the trained mice suc- cessfully distinguished between urines from panels of MHC-con- geneic inbred and F= segregant congeneic mice that had not previously been used as urine donors, Thu~ urina, wh'ch i~a source of c~i,}mosknsofj~ .iKClc in man't~hpecies, is nlso~ pote'~t source of the MHC-det. v mmrd wLm % tf-at distinguish individual mice. _ « MATERIALS AND METHODS Description and Use of the Y Maze. The Y maze is shown in Fig. 1 and has been described by Yamazaki et al. (6). Y-11f aze Training. Training of the four mice B6d rB, B6 4 rP B6drK, and B64rK (rB signifies reinforcement training for I 26 and rK signifies reinforcement training for H-2k) used in stu ies 1-3 (Table 1) and study 4 (Table 2) by water deprivation a- d reward is described in detail elsewhere (6) and in the leger to Fig. 1. In short, the three consecutive phases of training r, quired distinction of (i) juniper from cinnamon; (ii) B6 mice (h 2°) from AKR mice (H-2k), whose genomic backgrounds are unrelated; and (iii) B6 mice from B6-H-2k congeneic mice (H- 2k haplotype donor, AKR), whose genomic backgrounds are similar except~ for H-2. The three training phases for the addi- tlOrlal r ~
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50257 3470 ?':._._,HLi:. 7j X refo~ C !Car':.>,-,,:, ?"niv.; '.+' •:11 Ott TNE 0,' 0 C::n. 3~ar. i>ehz~ irr. Sci. .41 358-63 (1972) (in I:ngl.str) .
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3~al.C:i)) ll:)1`.' +MeA ~ (1969; ~ 50257 3464 A. tT." + . ..~ ~+ it. •~ L~a.lYl.ttN Oi 2, TZ:)s5 0" by A. J. SaiduhYi. ~ • at~4l4 W-•+f Rf *r'• VMfi.ty ?;953 54 hsgee ',i. S. Jvpt. Health, Uisr;afion Cincianzti, Ohio :.nd Ldc:2fara, Vn'•a1ie: Hcvlrh ',:esrvic s, Divivien of t•1aza: Supply card Follutic~k Co-* 0!;'? n t~ i.i I2 7 - X)
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50257 3467 TS 2240 T j t• tiu TPn!:e:, Jos^ptl vesbitt, t.S9;- CoIltI'ol of 1nSPcts sti):cJ and 1n'.llitllilctilre(I tOOtirco, by Jo~ieph \. Tenhet and C. 0. Bare. 11'ashin~;tolt (U. S. Govt. Print. Olt.l 1951 . 3`3 p. i:ius. 21 cm. (U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Circular no. 869) Caption title. "Supersedes U. S. Dept. of Agriculture C;rcular 633, Cor.tro? of Insects attackinr storeo2 tobacco and tobacco prodacts, by W. L. Iteed ar.d J. P. Vir.zant." "Suggestions for further reading" : p. 32. 1. Tobaceo(-Diseast- and, pests. 2. (Stored products-Pe.stsi r. t. I3eire, Clarence Owen, ISS:?- joint author. u. Reed, \Villiaiu Doyle, IS`.)7-- Control of insects attacking stored tobacco and to- baccopiroductso iu. Title. (aeries) SI3G0S:1iT45 633.71 Agr 51-334 --- Copy 2. ~ S'1LA43 no. 860 U. S. Dept. of A7.r. Libr.'. J 1~~ yS-10 no. 869 for l::brary of Conare~i t~ 1 i 01 1 () () ^ 01 01'. ~,~
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7'0 ~.' cwo r/Y1 o.r . ~L (t. rr a/ Bv~~•~.,.~;,~„ ~t~ A~-t Ha~~~~es/ sti.~k:.w ~~/t ~r:r~-- P PJR CLASS N0. PA.~IILET ~5 Sm r"f,5'X,Sy4 Smart, R, G. ; Whitehead, P. C. (Addictioii Research Foundation) THE PREVENTION OF DRUG ABUSE BY LOWERING PER CAPITA CO:VSU:fPTZON: DISTRIBUTIONS OF CONSUMPTION IN''SAMPLES OF CANADIAN ADULTS AND.BRITISfI L".ZIVERSITY %of UDEiv'TS . Bull. Narcotics 25 (No. 4) 49-55 (1973) (in English) *Keywords:* smoking. *1975, No. 5, W 1816* *d* Tobacco medicine: 0 n~ .2 7:s "n
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I - .a 50257 3460 /17 74 ~ 7 ; S 9 Clinical and bronchial provocation studies ~ in patients with meatwrappers' asthma Ruediger H. Andrasch, M.D., Emil J. Bar.dana, Jr., M.D., Frederick Kosfer, M.D., and Bernard Pirofsky, M.D. Porllrtud, Ore. .I" i s an oj er e n ope a mean Jo mcase oj t0 mm IIg ,,. n the r PaO ~ , ThouOA a hypersensitivity reaction to one or more components in I'VC or price label ( ._. . _ wAA....... ~~ .......... .. ...._ . . .. • . J'ieactioe ainrny disease has been observed in uratrrrapprrs empinyin0 polyvinyl rrJdoridr (I'V(') soft u•rnp film and thermally actirefed price lnLels. .Sirtynine percent of 06 rncatu•rappers rrsporuling to a mail survey brrd work•relatrrl respiratory, mucous membrane, or systernic complaints. Smokers developed more pronounced symptoms • than nonsmnkrrs. R'ork•simulatcd bronohial prorecntion tests were carried out in 14 •ymptomatio meatn•raptrers. Fnilntr•in0 a J•hr exposure to pnlyVinyl chloride fumes, J of 11 x•orkrrs decelnpcd a mean decrease of t5% in F'F,V, and 7 of 11 u'orkrrs dc• . velopttl a mean decrease of 13 mm II,o in their PaO,. Following a 30-sec to t0•min tsposure to price label adhesive fumes, 9 of 13 u•o.kere developed a mean decreasc of , 'V d It 1J d l Fl d l9~ i d i i a ~ i ~ n (Z ~ ] ~ i ~ `.-~ ~ I..
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50257 347'1 TOBACCO--NORTH CAROLINA/ TOBACCO--HISTORY/ F:Ji; cLASS NO. IS 2240 Fia ]y78 Ks TS .Bar~~o-ot. Fj-};~r~ 2240 ":(no afiil.)* Ba :•fGLi'.S &ME',;,"F:IES. A I'HOTO DOCI'~!E.NTr1RY OF THE 7OF3ACC0 FAi:~SER. 1978 Jn},n F. B]air, Pub]isi-,er, l:insion-Sn]em, N. C., ]27 p. (1978) (in This book portrays the tobacco farmer's life, its hardships arid its satisfactions. It shows how this life has departed from, yet in many ; ' ways carries on the form methods and values of the past. It alsoshcws; ' the necessity for further chonge which our technological age is rnak- ! ' ing on tobacco farming--o way of life as old as the country itself. J :~ ? C 6~ ~ r~ Ct ~? 7
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, -' J i.: 50257 3465 ~ .. 't::.Cl>,I .1;~Ai1JM11 H11ibrK i•iillilPYCKAft CC.:` :,: 6 IEr3 -- : _ TIT lle?-74 CO*iPOt!;II)S 01' 1111: 11 . S'i:;T1IIiS7S f1N D STU'"l DI' 1'fi01'i'.I:'1'?.I:S 01" o-- .'I: iIES . 13azyl'ct(iic, V.V. •itaXc'.yshr.v, '1.I. ; Ryabushkina,N.IMb y.TK Sf2S~t.1- aQI~JJ c . • ; 4 1 i i t;. l. r".I'i?b(~7bY~1K, 1f. 11. 6APt7,rj1111E11, N. Af. PSG,YIiIKN11A, N tl I'09SIh -- Lic r-.!; ~J r3c)'i..`;IIC : r.%t=. Ii. c)IITE ~.) • 11 113J~11 ~ C iN . .;;,." c,~: . 73, (G~, 7 11pey -tu.71yuue.e cooou;exwe [' •paHc-o-nteuretta-8 (1). 1-Ia rro~ cKOFicrs cSuc-e-aie}ire;ia-8 (II), c O-MeY?eNa-2' (V) 1•. , u~ f •~,'w`Ma L,t ( ~ ( V ~) ~. V ~ _ ~:1f. A ..~-.-..-.~-_.... .t .1,.,,...,.-~~.;.....L}',.\•: fl.Li..:.r.at...v.r....-._...;.~.~....1,V! n q r~ n ri o
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~ Kurze Mittcilungcn 77 111 P,al Z. Anal. Chem. 274, 207-208 (1975) - Q by Springer-Verlag 1975 50257 302 / A Simple Method for the Generation of:Hydrocyanic Acid,!Idyanogen Chloride and:Pfiosgene Atmospheres U A. W. Barendsz and G. van der Linden-Tak Chemical Laboratory, National Defence Research Organiza- tion TNO, Rijswijk, The Netherlands Received September 8, 1974 Einfaches Verfahren zur Erzeugung von Cyanwasserstoff-, Chlorcyan- und Phosgen-haltigen Atmosphdren Best. von Cyanwasserstoff, Chlorcyan, Phosgen in Luft; Herstellung von Vergleichsatmospharen In order to test the properties of detection equipment for hydrocyanic acid, cyanogen chloride and phosgene in air it is necessary to generate atmospheres in which a known concentration of the agent is present. Gener- ally accepted generation techntques tncl'»de the diffu_- sion from solutions or the release of pre-mixed 1voltt)rte3~of gases' ~n asr. Bdth j~chrijqut~ have their drawbacks. The concentration of the gas has to be Experimental A standard 30 mi neutral borosilicate glass serum filled with an appropriate amount of the liquid aQCn- acetoneJcarbon dioxide cooling mixture. The septuri the aluminium screw cap and the rim of the bottle i! by a disc of silicone rubber, Viton (hexafluoro~ vinylidene fluoride co-polymer), polyethylene (low ci Teflon (polytetrafluoroethylene). Between the po!, and the screw cap a stainless steel gauze must be 1 prevent deformation of the polymer disc. After t bottle has been tightly closed and checked for the z leakages the bottle is placed in a stream of air. Fro crease of the weight, which is regularly measured meation rate is calculated. Results and Discussion In Table I the permeation rates for the agen:s nC_tht- ____the various disc materials are given. Even
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50257 3459 XXII Me13g-76 Jour. Allergy Clin. Imn,unol. 130 pp. (55)"(2)1975 S.P. (rSedI.ca]. file) ,,.~i~9. f1teatwrappers' asthma--un appraisal of a new occupational synv'resrrtQ: ,- R. H. AnC7rasch, -M.n., P. Koster, M.D., W. II. Lawson, Jr., M.D., and L: J. PAardan8;_ Jr.,'ri.D., Port'and, Ore. Iteactive airway diaeP.se was recently reported as a frequent secluela of ineatwrapping. To evaluate the frequency of this industrial hazard, n questionnaire was sent to 165 meat- wrappers in the Portland metropolitan area. hinetysiz responded, of whom 75f0 were uonatopic: 25%, noted rhinorncea, sneezing, nnd i:asal congesiion; 57r/o reported p,lroSysnlB.l eough and 35% severe dyspnea rmd asthma followint; expos-ire to pyiolvsstcs of Folyvinyl chloridc (PVC) wrapping rilm and/or heat•activated price labely. Sinokers (53;0) developed tnor:. pronounccd syrnptoms than nonsmokers. A few individuals also noted frequent fronto- occipital headache, ntuscle cramps, peripheral neuritis, r)•+d I;aynnud's phenomenon. Fourteen meativrappers with o,xupation111y re'.ated obstructive airway discase manifastcrl by a mean I second forced exhiratory volume (rF.1`,) of G1r,"o of predicted were challenged under simulated worhini; conditions with fames of _YV(`,_film and/or price labcl;. Iaeven n2re exposed to PVC fumc•s for 3 hours. Ain:•a}• obstruction worsened in 3, :vitli •a rneai: decre:ise in FJ;V, of ::53 (150 tc, 7;,0) ml. ar.d a mcan increase in P(A•n)o, gra,3ier,t. of 18 (8 to 34) mm. ]]t;. Tliirtenn mre exposed to price laha fumcs from 30 sccor.d3 to 25 niinutc.s. Nino developed immedi .tr• h,cr.asc of airway obstruction with ;, mean decreaso in FEV, of GSti (50 to 1,650) nil. and a nrcln lnerews-e in 3'(A-a),,, gta,lienf. of 19 (6 to 26) min. Ht;. This study ir,clicatcs that ort;anic col:olymers in tilc fumcs of hc:rt-, ctivatcd price laL•e?d bre tho princilml rc:I>iratpry t il
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50257 3474 S o ie , u y o t . par c es , PJIASE CONTRAST MICROSCOPY/VICKERS M18 S: NTECRATING"'A ,_tICR01IFiISITOMETER/ t tt t d f NIPUS ti 1 / Recent Advances in the Application of Negative Staini.np Techniques Qll 211 Ba 1975 i . • Advances in SL'! iflp' OPTICAL and ELECTRON MICROSCOPY Vol crme 6 ACADEMIC PRESS • 1975 LONI)ON AND NEhV YORK A Subsidiary? of Ilnrcoicrt Brace Jotanovich, Publishers f:dited by AND 1'. E. COSSLETT 11e1Ntrhueut of Ilunzan. Biology and araatnmy, hFh,trtmeut of Pleysics, Uuiversily of Sheffield, F,nqland (;areirclisli Laboratory, University of Ca.mbridge, FJnglu tid © I I> I n 0 0 (1 ~j C;
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50257 3475 • AU7ANCES IN ATRAUICA'"IC RENA:.BLOOD PLOY ESTIILSTICN BY Ie-133-I21i/,LATION E.-^ ~ ' $aTeth.. %. Oerhard, H. r v t, and L~ c~z-Feuerhake In former studies in men and ar.imals it had been shown by Schmitz-Feuerhake, Pal- kerxeck-Herbst and coworkers that the re- nal cortex flow can be derived by Ie-133- inhalation for each kidr.ey separately. The arterial influx of Xe-133 and the tissue concentrations are measu;ed indi- rectly by external scintillation detec- tors. The method has now been applied to patients with several renal diseases. A digital coeputer prograrE was developed for deconvolution of the measured kidney curves. The kidney collimators were opti- mized for counting efficiency Localiza- tion of detectors above the kidneys ie done by injection of 10 pCi of J-131- hippuran, half an hour before the inhala- tion of Xe starts. One minute is chosen for the inhalation and 15 minutes for the total measurement. A model of 3 compartments is accepted for the interpretation of the kidney curves. The fastest component represents the cor- tex flow. For the analysis we used a mo- dified version of a computer program which was developed by Obrist and cowor- kers to estimate cerebral blood flow by 7.e-inhalation. Pirst clinical results are presented. Dept. of Physics, University of Bremen, Sufsteiner Str., D-2800 Bremen 0 n f} 1.2, Iki Fi E3029 ZN9lO P A22 MUSC EM EUR J NUCL MEU V(S) i
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. ............... • 50257 3455 I'ulp & Paper, Canada 33, 1.77-9 (1932.) JX 78 III Ar p OROSIT1' or pcrtnrability to air is a hi~,hly important property, which tnnst be accurately known for a number of ap- plicatiuns of paper specialties and similar products: insulating papcrs, condenser pa- pen, paprr fur the manufacturc of babs for 1imr, plaster, centent, fluur, etc., wrappings for pcrishahle goods, such as viscose, ccllo- phane or eclluhnr acetate sheets, ctc. llur- ing. the last few years the technology of papcr has been drvrloped with a view to obtainin~; either hiehly impcrvious papcrs (eondcnser and other insulating papers, impre,vnating papcrs) or highly porous pa- pers (such as arc used for very large bags). In the course (if a few trsts on impreg- natino pmpc•rs, which had been carried out toutlany 5pcci.-0care;";inJr'gn a isinggle) t s I. s.implt• of taeh papcr, withuut mnin, the BY : LHOMME RT ARGY ANDT:"13A1tU : This articlr, spcciatty transt: trd (or sn from J.a Pdpetrrie• Vul. 5-t, pl'• 1418- 1445, 1)cc. 111, 1931, by A. f'apincau- Cotrture, givcs tt.c resulcs of ecprrimrnts that (stabluh t6c accuracy of an instru• ment not gcncratly fautiliar to our read- ers. 50 rnm. of water (exceptionally, with high- ly imprrviuus samhlcs, such as condcnser paper, the tests were carried out under a head uf 100 mm. (if water). 7•hc inanunrnt compriscs a eounter• wci~ht.•d cYIindcr partly iuimcrsed in wa• tcr. 7'hc uip of the cylinder is closed b) the test piece, clampcd between two care• fully machined rings. The cylinder is st!N pcndcd by means of a perfectly flexihl: ribbon passing around a large pulley tvhicl ie mounted on very scn:itive ball bearings The counterweight at the uther end of th ribbon nut only balances the weight of th cylinder, but in adtlition can raise a eolunu of water uf a given predetermined hei;;!t inside the cylinder, thus producing insi.6 the cylinder a partial vacuum equivalent t thi; culumn of watcr. As air passe through the paper into the cylinder, th latter rises. Since the counterweight kecE the hci; ht of the culwun of liquid inside th cylinder constant, the hri;;ht through whic the latter rises cives an exact measure c hvt'rotnetrir cnnditions or allovvine the s:ui)-_ ._. - The Porosity.of VPaper to Air
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Y .., .._ . . . .. . _ . _ . ;_.: ., . ~ . . ,_ _ ._. ._.. _...... BL00li---CHRB0;1 MONOXIDE CONTENT/TOBACCO--SP+OKING--CARI30N r'ONOXIDI: CONTENT OF BLOOD/ CARBO;. ;t0N0}:IDE--BLOOD/ 2240 St RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 St 1973 1973 Stewart, R. D.; Baretta, E. D.; Platte, L. R.; Stewart, E. B.; 1)odd, 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. k'isc., Dep. Environ. Med.,Milwaukee, Iaise., U. S. ) "NORMAL" [:ARBOXYHE_`fOGLO&IIN LEVELS OF BLOOD DONORS IN THE UNITED STATE S. Envir. Med. *SCl! CRC-COtib--73-1, report. variously paged (May 1973) (in English) *1974, No. 10, W 3985f: *d* Tobacco r.icd-Jcine : .. " --+~'-^-- ,•..~... .. ._.... ~ . w. . . ,-.- .. o-..~ . . .... -~ .. , -.c ,.....,., . ~.., ,-~, .,-- ....... , ..,-,..~~ .. , ~ . . .. ~ ~ . : - ...
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50257 34 31 ;f ( Inu. AI~t7Clli8~i 15(3)101-103(]_976) ttv F 7~lII 13a,) r T ~T ~-rcrI'~~ ~~ ~.r.',~ t~ (!~~% w !.v `.v{~ t+ ~~ t~ ~L7.i C! s tl 4:~ {.r ~~  ` 77 ~'~' W L ~: Q M ~ l1 L iF. EFFECT OF pH Ot,! THE t(VIG.II,LA(iU REACTION. 7hdVLS'ilGkl"ION OF THE r'LA.CfOSE-GLYCiNE itAObEi. SYSTEM L`• stato compiuto uno studio cornparacivo di duattro sistcr)i lattoSio-2licina avrnti pH iniziali - 10, 8, 6, q non t:tnponati. Ilhbianio (onfrontato ]c vclocita re- iative di rearionc sulla bmsc di tre parametri ca.rmc- ristici c•hc sona consiclcrati indici dc1 t;raclo cli avanza- mcnto della r.azione in altrcttante muc fasi. llai ri~,ultati shcrimcn!;dli sono cmeIsi cici dati di sin- f".)l,:rita c di particobrc it:tcressc chc sono stati di- scussi c per la ~ionr; dci qu: li a>>hlanlo avenZato cldlc ipotcsi. dcnsita otticr+ a i,,,,,. = 285 nm cd a i• -_- 490 nm, sono conuunernente considerati indici del i rado di avanzamcnto dc:lla rca•r.ione rishettivamentc per i printi stadi, per cluelli interrncdi e per quclli iin:Iii dclla reazione di Nlaillard. Lo stadio iniziale de11a reazion;: prevedc infatti la condcnsazionc fra 1'aminonciclo e 10 zucch..ro con formazione d; osaminoacido avente cauattcristiche piu acide c con conse"ue.nte din:inuzionc (lci valo- ri di pH ;n soluzionc. Negli stadi intcrniccii della rcazione, invcce, in cui si forma11o, insicmc a t;umcrosissimi comhosti volntili c non, de11e sost;mze a nucleo etcroaroina- tico di tipo furanico, pirroiico, pirazinicu, ccc., si r.• i, 0 1 nn r) ~ j I:? / 2 2
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50257 3484 1ZJP r- 0 (• S ) ,••, - . . OMPY~~~r~~ (t,TOr1~i '~ol~~ co - I:dit-or) S1;LT,i\(: 'i'IlL SY I'1'131:;'li;, t-lorl<i 'tobacco` Sy,:1p., Paper, London, CG. ( Brit., 6 p. (tfay 7-9, igI5) iti E ~~lish) "119 75_, No. 14, W 46] 6%: >':ci* Tobacco manufacture (econo:Acs) : .4 0 i n o n
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50257 3479 ,% / L~ e- ~a, ~ V -"? 35(i9G~,) ~ `I 78 XI Adl - 81 S.P. From Abstract Promotional Theory to Rational Promotional Practice?` An Example of Optimization of the Advertising Budget and Optimal Division among Media By B0R6E'BARFOD~.* . 1. Below we present a hypothetical case, which for the sake of clarity is simplilicd to four media. The method may perhaps be classified as a simplified variant of linear programming, so simple indeed as to appear ralher trite. On the other hapd, the procedure should be easy to follow also for non-matho- matical readers. Next follows a short and somm%hat more theoretical sec.tion, which will attempt to demonstrate a certain relationship of the modcl of this article to the "classical" quantitative promotional theory as it developed - also through the instrumentality of 1)anish economists - in the 1930's ~ , and,40q~
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50257 3480 Translution ~ 5Sarfoad'; H.' ~ Etd?YMATIC METHODS FOR THE LIQUEFACTION OF STARCH. ~ Translation from: Staerke 19, 291-5 (1967) ) ~ I O ~ ) f~ '~ ~~ ! ~ f 1
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. 9-IV(1979) II PieA1-79 S.P. PESTICIDES--DETER.'•tINATION/ 50257 3473 . . / . . . . ~ Df'j~'t'I71111(1(.'lUll l.~l.' ~)['.ti'~ll'I(ltl~S' l'11 Ldlrl,'. .,Cl~)l(df:lUtl ('ll 1l11 (flf.S'UI'j1('!1i(.' S (>f111~U .)' 1111(.l~l.S~'l~~'~)Ur t;!'UltltdlU- Lr,rafili dc (;cmc3s 1llilizalldU clee-ector-es cspecff'icUs por X. Guardino, J. Bartuat y M"J"Qareri9uer: Departamento de Fiigiene. instituto Territorial de Higiene y S". uridad del Trabajo de Barcelona. C/ Dulcet, s/n. BAHCELONA-34 v7,-'s/imatiu:r uf pesticides in air. .t clsuryrtiun in a scrlirl arrd analysis by gas chromatugr•aphy using alrec•ifir clelrrturs. Ly X. (;unrrlinu..l. Itnrhral. and AI° J. ItrrenXurr. Ucrlcvminarir'r cle pesticides a I 'virc. Calriac•id rn un nclscrrbent sAlid i andlisi per cromatografia de gasos r.mprun! Jetec•turs rslrecifics, per X. Guardinu, J. ltartual : A1° J. lferengucr Recihiclr,: •1 - V• I r17A SUMMARY In the present work there are presented~the.results ob• tained in 4he sei-up'~of ,imeifiod f+or the estfmatidn d~` pesticidas in air, as applied to accupational environ• recursos naturales basados en Ia agricultura, as( como de la salud p6blica. Por otro lado, en cambio, las pro- piedades que los hacen utiles para estos cometidos se . . . . . . . -- ....- ,-
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TOBACCO--PRICES/TOBACCO--1'URI:ISH/ 50257 3483 r : RJR CLASS 140. PAMPHLET ?8 )~rl Wo• \ Brambati, P.; Patce', *(no affil-.)t :~ . SOCIAL PRESSURES ON PRICES OF ORIENTAL TOBACCO IN TRADITIONAL SUPPLIER ; . COUNTRIES. / - . . t "World Tobacco Symposium, Rome, Italy, paper,. 4p.,(Oct, ]4-17, 1977) (in rnglish) Includes discussions. . ... . r,k'hen we consldcr tobacco prices we must remember that a most Important person In the transaction is the farmer. To the buyers he sometimes looks greedy. Ne sometimes seems r,ot to understand the international milieu In which tobacco lbuyers must operate. But are these impressions correct? I think it might help all of us If ve•had a little clearer picture of who the typical tobacco ~t'armer is as a person, what is his economic status, what considerations he hes iin mind when he thinks about to•bacco prices. So, we have Dr. Pietro Brambati {and Prof. Lambro Patce to help us understand the farmers of their countries lbetLer and to look for a short time at the tobacco market In the way that-__ ' farmers themselves look at it, ~3 ~~~ t) rl (~ I a? 7 "1 61
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50257 3477 AEPti;7T CGCi;:.:EEtTATION .~~uzPORT No. F,9~E i 114/ •~~_~ `J n •i 1.~ 0 4. ittla .nd Subt-t3. f a.nut oa. ACUTE AND REPETITIVE HU`iAN EXPOSURE TO FLUOROTRICHLORO- • December 1, 1975 III nt)2-7AIETKA;'E ~ S P~ _____ _~- - - - --- - R.D. Stewart, 88retta; a.A. Herrmann, N.V. Forster, !. t'.rformina org.niz.hon RtDt. No. . Cr~s~o, P. E. ?~cwton_,_R. J. Soto A_S_S-C_TF_A_-M_C_OW-Eti_V*!-c 11-7 J.11 f. Iortorm~nS Or=.nlr.rbn N.n...nd Addr.fs -~ ~- 70. ProiM/T..k/1Yort Unit No. The Medical College of Wisconsin Department of Environmental r)edicine u) contr.ct(c) ot crcnt(c) No. 8700 West Wisccnsin Avenue ~ No formal contract or Milwaukee, WI 53226 grant number was as- _s_igned to this project I lZ. SpontxtnQ Org.ntz.lbn N.m..nd Addraf 13. Type of R.poA a P.rloe Corend^ The Cosmetic, Toiletry and Fragrance Association, Inc. I Suite 1200 v• ~, final report 1133 15th Strect, N.W. ~ u. Washin,t•,ton, D.(_ 20005 " ls. Supd.n+.nt.ry Nnta This investigal:ion was supported in part from funds collected by the Ad lloc Aerosol Comnitl:ee, representatives of major trade associations and industrial companies with interests-in aerosol safety. /{, AL/trM (UTIt 200.wrds) A total of 28 male and 18 female vol.unteers were exposed to f luoro- ~ ~ carbon-11 (F-1.1) in a controlled-environment char:ber for the purpose of utonitoring their physiolo;;ic resnonses to a series of vanor concentrati.ons ranp,ing from 250 to 1000 ppm. The response to exposure periods of 1 min, 2 mtn, 10 min, 1 hr, 2 hr, and 0 4hr Fe `e~ studicq. There b~in,•.po ~ijntoward responses to these acute fluorocarbon ~ exposures, 8 mzte volunEcers were exposed to F-11 at concentrations of 1000 ppm, S
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50257 3490 } 600 W F3arger, _. Gsrald L. Co-ed. + S ': .~.... 7 . 0 1 t` ~ 0 ~": ' f i 1 2 f : ~i
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50257 3492 CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--REACTION MECHANISMS CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS/SPECTRUM ANALYSIS/QUANTUM CHEMISTRY/DATA--PROCESSING/ PROCEEDINGS OF THE SYMPOSIUM ON COMPUTATIONAL METHODS IN CHEMISTRY, Neuehahar, Federal Republic Germany,Sept. 17-19, 1979/IBM RESEARCH SYMPOSIA SERIES/ QD 39 Ba Computational 1980 Methods in Chemistry Ecited by Joacnki~Ak ~ I!M A.s.IicA L.DOmfory S.n Jocl. PI.QJW PRESS • NEW YbFtK APO I.OPDON 0 ! ~l o ~ i t'~ ~ 2 7 f;> 3
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50257 3476 REFORr DO~U;•lENTATtON ! I:NEPORT NO. ~i. PRC_E _ I ~. title arW SutK~tl• I T i nt~ 7 g ACUTE At;D REPETITIVE 11U`3~'1I3 EXPOSURE TO DIFLUOP.O- S , p , 2' DICHLCROMETIIAlIE tLf)rf/'''JnI ~11t/ '`t~'/ L+. 1 Rtpvrt Oata ~' R.D. Stewart, A.A. tierrcaann, .; i'Aaretta. F.Y. Forster, L P'^O""'nt org'n't,"°^ Rapt. Na. .H.._Cras~o.-P.Z. -ttewton, R.J.- Soto lASS-CTFA-MC0W-E;iVM_F12_i !. i'sttaming OrII.nizstron .me and Address 10. iroj.ct/Tsss/Wotk Unit No. ' The Medical College of Wisconsin _ ~ Department of Envl.ronmental Medicine (}"~ li. cont..ce~ci o. c~,neec> Nt,. 8700 West Wisconsin Avenue ~ cn No formal contract or Milwaukee, WI 53226 grant number was as- _signed to _this_project _ _ I 1=. SponsatlnR Organltat/on Nama tnd Addraa• 11. trpa o( R.pott S Period Co:•ared I The Coenetie, Toiletry and Fragrance Associat:on, Inc. Suite 1200 final report __ 1133 15th Strcet, N.W. ~ _ Washington,~D, C. 200Q5 _____ - IS. fupplarnantary Notas . , This investigi:tion was supported in part from funds collected by the Ad Hoc Aerosol Committee, rcpresentatives of major trade associations and industrial companies with interest:: in aerosol safety. _ la Abecract (Lcmu: ioo,rd.d.) I.-A total of 22 male and 14 female volunteers were exposed to fluorc.- 1 Carbon-I2 (F-12) in a controlled-environment chamber for the purpose of monitoring their ~ physiologic response:: to a series of vapor concencrations ranging from 250 to 1000 ppa. Thfil response ~g expoe.ure perio,ds af 1, cziQ, , 2 ccin. , 10 e~in. , 1 hr. , 2 hr. , and 8 hr. , vc:re , studied. "fhere bein;;~ho ontowardiresponses to these acute fluorocarbon exposures, 8 male volunteera were expoc:ed to F-12 at concentrations of 1000 ppm, 8 hr. per day, 5 days per -- - •._ _ - .1.... --vnn¢LtSZS .. -- _ 1[.. _
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50257 3481 .-.CARbOxIYDP.ATFS--SYNT'NFSIS/ --.- ?4 IZI Ba CQrbohl-dr;;teReseareh ^/3 189 2 Elsevier Publishin, Comna nv. Ainsterdam ~ , ~ /- ~ Sftl \ ~ Pretimtnary communtcatton `' An improved synthesis of 4-dcoxy-4-f7uoro-D-;;lucose/ ~ A: D. $ARFORD, A. B. FOSTER*. and 1. H. WESTWOOD '% Chester Beart•) Reskrch Insr r}re3lr.rr~tute ojCaPicir Res arch, Rovt! Canc r Nosp ralt F-:hern RoeJ ; Londo~r>): R'-_~6rast13r"~ra+~+~r C ~, L tq f[ (Jteceived IJ Decesnber 15th. 1969) 4•Deoxy-4-fluoro-D-glucose has been synthesised by reaction sequences the key F stages of which involve the action of (1) potassium hydrogen fluoride-ethane-l,2-diol on 1,6•anhydro-4-O-toluene-p•sulphom•l-,3-D-glucopyranoset and (2) tetrabutylammonium ' fluoride-acetonitrile on methyl 4-O•rnesyl-3,3-di-O-methyl•6-O-trityl-a-D-calacto- pyranoside2 . For various reasons neither synthesis is convenient for the prepara:ion of 4-deoxy-4•fluoro-D•glucose on a scale adequate to permit a thorough biological evaluation. , We now describe a route that meets this requirement. 1,6:3,4-Dianhydro-'-O-toluene-p-sulphonyl• D•galactose; [ 1, m.p. 145--147.5°, [a] D -42° (chloroform)j is readily obtained (-18;b overall yield) from 1,6-anhydro-'("-D- ~ glucopyranose by conversion'into the ''.4-ditoluene-p-sulphonate followed by treatrnent with sodium methoxide in methanol-chloroform. Irradiation4 (quartz vessel, 450 wait medium-pressure H~,, lamp, 3 h, ^-35°) of a 0.317c n:ethanolic solution of I containing an ,,
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• ---- . .2 ...GARROFIYDPJ~TES--SY'dTIIFSISI ~- 74 III Ea CAR}301IYnRATE RESt ARt;;t iQ 49-61(1971) 50257 3482 FLUORINATED CARIIOHYDRATES! 1. /%'. 7 '`PdRf-i(fo-- tS-DEOXY-4-FLL'ORO-D-GLUCOSE: AN V-tPROVEC? SY:r"TF{l:SIi AND TI3i COSY ~~` FLUORIDE DERIVATIVES , ~ 1~ I A~ Uj BARFORD/ A~R FORFR/1/ HI wE57~'OOD ~ v - + ~ ~~ 'JChesrer Beanv Re.c arclt Ins;lrare, institute ojCaneer Rtsearch:R~l Caneer NosplraF,-"London ~ 3 (Great Britnin) U Lt ANU R. N lAHVSO\I ,~ H~ r-" Deparfinent of C•hem-istry,' Unirersity of Brituh Columbia, Vanoourer 8, B. C. (Canada) r ~ (Received January 26th, 1971 ; accepted for publication, February 22nd, 1971) 4-Deoxy-4-fluoro-D-glucose (5) has been synthesised by two routes. Treatment of 1,6-anhydro-4-O-tosyl-fl-D-glucopyranose (l) or 1,6:3,4-dianhydro-P-D-galacto- , pyrano'se (2) with potassium hydrogen fluoride in boiling ethane-l,2-diol affords 1,6-anhydro-4-dcoxy-4-fluoro-P-D-giucopyranose (3). Acid hydrolysis effects the ~ conversion 3-5. The dianhvdride 2 was readily obtained by photolysis of its 2-0- ~ tosyl derivative. N.m.r. data are given for 5 and the 3-fluoro analogue, and for 2,3,6- ~ tri•O-acetyl-4-deoxy-4-f3uoro-x- and -/3-D-glucopyranosyl fluoride. Numerous long- ~ range'(`J and SJ) F-1-I and F-F couplings were observed for these compounds. ; Treatment of the 2-toluene-p-sulphonate of 3 with base gave 1,6:2,3-dianhydro-4 ~
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50257 3500 SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/SMOKING NABITS--WOMEN/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOG` 81 X BaI No.1 PRIMARY SOCIALISATION AND SMOKING Project Director er;'BaridPh.D. ~..; .. . .. Department of Community Medicine University of Manchester ~ G 7 q The Health Education Gounci{ Monograph Series 0 1 ~,) n n C 1 4 ' 2 1 9 1
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50257 3496 _ .r 79 X Re-81 S.P. Health Edu~ ur 33(3)1979 Acquisition of the smoking habit ~-' L: Bi+'rid; PhO C. Fisher, BSc, MSc Department of Community Medicine University of Manchester THE STUDY reported here represents one of the first attempts to explore the process of acquiring the smoking habit through eramining the earliest childhood ex• periences with smoking, the awarcness of snwking as a'normal' form ol' adult behaviour and the acquisition of the m;rnipulative skills required for smoking. with children of six "or younger" without looking into the influences during the first few years of life, ic during the proKrss of primary socialisation. Health education efforts to prevent children from starling to smoke have been mostly concentrated on school children. E:. l.. Thompson (1978) reviews the 0~~) n4r I t) 1 ' 7 r; 7
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TOBACCO--TURI:ISH/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ 78 VI Vi *}:eywords: * 50257 3495 . 1, , . N0, PA.*iPHLET 78 VI Vi Handa, V. K. SYtiTHESIS OF (+)-3-1-1ETHYL-6-I SOPROPYL-9-OXODECA-2 (46) , 4 (E)-D''wOIC Indian Jour, Chem. 15B (No. 1) 89 (Jan. 1977) (in English) RJR CLASS Vig, 0. P.; Sharma, S. D.;'Rari; S. S:: (Panjab Univ,, Chem. Dep., ChandiF.arh) cured,constituent. 1 SI (+)-3-methyl-6-isopropvl-9-oxodeca-2 (E),4(E)-dienoic S,5-1iI h) lcncrlin.y-2•isnpn•lryl•hcv;nn:tl (11) on rnnrlifivJ \1'ittiy; rcarliun \rith ctlryl f-rriclL,r:-fronJ- 7-dirllr~llrlrm.lrhnnncrrrlnn:rlc fullrr.vcQ by rIcl:ctalir.~I tiun aRnt.ls cthyl (~.)'1-tncthyl-L-I.nlrtulryJ.9-n~o- t1.'C~-'(/:),1(l:)-rlicno:rlc (1\'), li,,lcr (IV) mt :rlkalirtc hytln~l~si. furni.Acs lhc liilo acid (1). ACID. acid,
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f ... «.. . .i. :.r ~ ~ b.f ~ ,~ ~ 7 ~: o vOLUIME ONE r-2 3 0 ~ y . ~~~~~~~. Medical ~ ~~~~alty terna~ ~~~~~~~~ t PATHOLOGY, CLINICAL CYTOLOGY, AND CLINICAL PATHOLOGY CLARA GENE YOUNG Retired Technical Editor and Writer (Medical), U.S. Civil Service; former Instructor, Medical Terminology, Good Samaritan EIospital, Phoenix, Arizona !l I t i n n t 1 I .f'
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50257 3502 Bar±e;~y,. tdaurice Les r-arcinornes bronchiques priMitifs, par Nlnllrice T3arinty ... Jacques Delarue ... Jean Paillas ... Roger Itulliere ... Paris, Masson et C'°, 1967. 612 p. illus., col. plates. 26 cm. 18Q F. (F...) Includes bibllographles. 1. Broncht-Cancer. r. Bari6ty, Maurice Jacques C16me.^.t, 1837- [RC2SO.B9] t<...~ G16.9'94'23 67-85357/S(" NLDi-Shared Cataloging for Library of Congress t2l :A) :~
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50257 3466 r RC 261 In 1979 CA27CER--COIdGRESSES, V. I, 11, 111, IV, X, XI/CA":CEI;--VII;OLOr,Y, V. I/Gti(-F;e'rrn, Y. L/ CANCER--CAUSATION GY ffi1UTATIO*:,V. I/CANCER--GREAST(fl.udroscopir~,),V.T/ ASBESTOS,~'.I/'1UTAGI:.'IICTTY,V.I/CA::CER-•-CAUSATTO;: !lY CIII;'ITCALS~' I/ ~~#fP,VS}'r? AYCER--C0::1'I;OL, V. II/C:1::(;l:R--P);l':Vl•::vTIOi: A?dl) CO:iTROi., V.II/CA?: .F`f: -CE34 TIi~ ~ANCER--DIAG::OS IS, V. I I/CA;:cI:R--BRrAS1E, V. I I/CA'.VCER--i:PIDE`iIOL(1CY, V. I I I/ CANCER--F.SOPiIAGUS,V.III/.,CANCER--CAUSATIOiI BY ))Ii:T,V.III/ ) CAl`ICER--CAUSATIO^i BY 2;ITROS',:II*I?:S,V.III/CANCEP.--CEOCP,APHICAL,V.ITI/CANCER--C('~: ASBESTOS,V.III/OCCUPATIOaAI. IIf;ALT!I,V.III/CA"7CER---CAUSAT10t1 B'•: ';E:IETIC FACTOF.S,V.t`_' CAtiCER-•-BIOLOGY,V.III/CANCI:It--CELLS,V. III/CA'dCEt --PO\E,V.X ./CA?'C?iR--SKIN,V.'C / CANC-•:Z--CHILDI:EN,V.X./C:1NCE!:--T!:I'ATX}aIT,-(;A:iCER,X /!.Ij?'rS---CA."iCI:R--?RG.' '-IE;1T,V.XT/CANCI:2--OGAL,V.XI/CANCEf:--PIi,YP.Y`dY,I/.XI/CA":CER-•-CEI; `t()'1'!?I!~,~P1,V.X,\1/ CAI:CER•--BLADDI•:R,V.:{I/CA"1C5 R---PROSTATE,V.`CI/S'fO:;ING & IIF_kLTH,V.II,XI/ TO3ACCO--S' lOI:I'r:G--HEALTkI 1:FFECT, V. I I, XI / '"ADVANCES IN MEDICAL ONCOLOGY, FESEARCII AND EDUCA'17ON VProceedings of the 12th {nternational Cancer Congress, VBuenos Aires, 1978 = General Editors: A. CANONICO.O. ESTEVF.Z, R. CHACON and S: OARd, Buenos Aires Volumes and Editon: i•,/ CARCINOGENESIS. Editor: G. P. Margison II / CANCER CONTROL. Editors: A. Smith and C. Alvarez i III V EPIDEh1)OLOGY. Editor: lillian M. Birch i IV Y 6IOLOGICAL BASIS FOR CANCER DIAGNOSIS. Editor: Margaret Fox XCLINICAL CANCER - PRINCIPAL SITES 1. Editor: S. Kumar XI ~ CLINICAL CANCER-PRINCIPAL SITES 2. Editor: P. M. Wilkinson C0 1=t'0 7 7 7 PERGAA40N PRESS r~7 -~'-vna5~___t~9 Y1Yl?RK TORO\TO • SYDNEY • PARIS • FRANKFURT
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50257 3499 y ..:. TOBACCO--SpfOKING--MOTIVATlON/SMOKING EABITS--S'!'iT IDENTS/ 76 X Ba RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XBs ac11 y .; Fi.sh~z; C. _-- . 1• anc tes -er Univ., Dep. Cotnrcunity Med.) : NORMS, ATTITUDES AND S1~i0KI~IG 1;E11AVIOUF. Al•iONGST MANCHESTER STUDENTS. Health Educ. 35 (No. l.) 142-1`,0 (1976) (in English) (:'j/1'li1S halicr reports on thc findinssi of a study on Smokin~; h:~bits, attitudcs, ),no;dcdvc and norms amongst studcnts at thc University of Man(hcstcr. lt represents a part of a)%idcr study into lltc j~roblcm arca of ci,,arcttc suiokinh ~ ; and thc hroccss of socialization, firi :iiccd 1 Uy thc 1 Jcalth Education Council. '; h`c I study rcprescnts an atlcrnpt to cxplorc I ~ tltc possibilities of mcasucing norms and t attitudes, finding out •tLout their trans- i mission and acyuisott and thrir ullimatc , ~ cffcct on smnkin ~_~ ~ - -- [1 n to i :~ / t7 tl
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50257 3493 SYNTIIESIS ORCANIC/ RJR CLASS N0: PAtiPIiLET VIII Me4-76 s.p. y iVIII Me 4-76 Vi&, 0. P'.. • Bar;4 Sa S. • Sood, 0. P. ; Sharma, S. D, ~ i S.P. (Panjab Univ., Chem. Dep., Chandigarh, India) ~ NER SYNTHESIS OF (±)-7-ISOPROPYL-2,10-DIi•fET}IYL-8-(e)-10=U'iDECADII;*I-4-0:IF. ~ Indian Jour. Chern. 148, 438-40 (June 1976) (in English) ~-~- t --_._. . __._. _ _ _ . ...---- - . . , ._...... .: __ ._. ,.._..... . :. __...._~__._.. ~_...... ._._._ : ~ t un:finbiaunur; synlhcs)s o~ r;nl:utone hydr:rlc(t), startinr frorrt cthyl 2-carlrcthrrxy-2-ts0- f t ,ro ~~t S ketohex:tno;rtc (If), is tlcscribed. The kctal-dlcstcr (111) o1,t:rineQ from il , on r icc;, ~ I l. • ' r- ! horylation, gives ethyl 5,5-ctLyleneeUoxy-2-fynlrrol,yl-liexanoute (IV) whtch on 1..111 rc,luctin,t F'C affords 5,5-etBylencrltoxy-2-Isul>ropyl-ficxnn-l-nl (V). Oxiilation of Y%.•ith clrrornlrun trtoxl,ice pyridine complex in rnethyIcne cltturide gives 5,5-etlrytcncdi oxy-2-Isop ~ rol,y I-hc~an-I-al (1'1) r E which on ruodificd 1Vittis rcaction using cthy1 tiictir l rhos honitn»acctatc ft i l y p a ort s cthyl 7,7- ~ i cthyienedioxy-•t-Isopropyl-lrrrrts-2-oc(eno1te (VII). VI1, on Crlt;nard reaction wtlh nrcth, 1- C ( ntagnesiwii bromide gt~-es the terl-alcolrol (VI11), whtett on deketalization wtt/t PTS ln aceturr¢ ~. ~ af[ords I. --.--,------- _
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. !_ , 50257 34913 SMOKING HABITS--Y,ELINQUISHING/TOBACC00-SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ 78 X Bal RJR CLASS NO. PA`•-I?'IILET 78 X Bul (L'niv.~xiancltester, Dep. ' • (',.. ) Ht:ALTH EDUCATION AND T)lE S`1(1):I;::: I! -ARI1'. Health Edttc. Jour. 37 (No. 1) 13'-"i (1978) 'I he mcthncls tct bc mcd arc ' based on a Soci;tl Intcr%cn- i tion Model (SiNl) \dhiclt I i havc hccrndcvcluwing, clrsi-vn- i ccl to cmph,tsitic prc\cntivc ~ n%l,r.•ts and con~cntr;ttc on a I ro>itivc ahlirimch, aressin, I the ri_c.hts of the non-s:nokcr~ instcad of the dutics of smo}.crs. This new conccp- tut+li~.tliun of thc smoking rtohlcnt will rcc;uirc hc;tlth .killcd in influcncing social norms and w,in;; the socictal al,hroach; and those uho ; have a rccogaiscJ profcs- I sional status and have the I skills of helping intlividus.Is I tu gi\c up this h;tbit and who will be involved in bchav- ioural Ucatmcnt on cm indi- \idual basis, undcr ahlxop- ri;ttc contractunl nrrctngc- ~ ments. In ionic c.,.cs tl,c two c:+tc~ories may ovcrlap. (in Englistt) 0 1 o o tl ( i i ;~ 7 i i =,)
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50257 3494 ~ .~ RJR CLASS N0. PA.*iPIiLET VIII Mc -76 s.p. : VIII Me4-76 ViBi 0. P.; Sood, 0. P.; 3ari, S. S.; Sharma, S. D., 4. j S'P' (Panjab Univ., Dep. Chem., Chandigarh, India) ~" SYNTHESIS •0F 8-iIYDROXY-5-ISOPROPYL-8-MET1iYL-NON-TRANS-6-EN-2-ONE t t(~OLANONE HYDRATC). Indian Jour. Chem. 14B, 436-37-(June 1976) (in English) ~ *Keywords:* 8-hydroxy-5-isopropyl-8-methyl-non-trans-6-en-2-one, i cured, const_ituen_t. ._--- A new syntliesis ot (i)-7-isolirnpy(-2,10•~ltmcthyl-8-(c)-JO-un~icca~Iicnc-l-onc (f), st~rtli~~+ ~froin ethyl 2-carhethoxy-5-forniyi-2-tsoprnt)yl-pentnnoate (Ii), Is drscriucd. 'rlic ketat-dicster ~ ~ I(IlI) ohinhncd from II on decarboxylatlon gives ethyl 5,5-cihytenc,Iioxy-2-isoprat~yl-p^ntanoate I (IV), whicit on LAII reduclion afforQs 5,5-ctliylenedloxy-2-fsnpropytj,cntart-l-ol (V). Oxi,la- I i tion of V using chromiu~n lrtotIcte-pyridine complex In inethyleiie chloride I;i~•es 5,5-etiiylene- •2-iso ' dtox 1- c ro t 1 \•I -l- i li lld •l h t d l 1S'i ti tt iti th ` h I th ! y p hy h n ( nn ~ ) ~~ y ei)e- jec e ~ rcac c s cn su o t on ~r t me a i ~ ' iriphcnyihhospl:arnne to give 8,3-ethyicnc,tioxy-5-isoprohyl-2-nlctGyl-1,3(c)-nct:ultcne (\'II). ! ' DckclallzatIon of VII ••~•ith PT5 In acetone, folto~ti'cd by Crignard reaction with fs~~huty m lagne- i ( stutn bromide alTords 9-tsnl,ropyt-2,10-dinicthyl-8-(e)-iindccacitcnc-9-ot (IX). Oxidation of ~ I IX with Joites'- rcagent affords I. o i a - o n ri I ? 1 f~ ~ ...,.,-Pt
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50257 3501 -A , n -~•nb~ ( O r lM,r16•295L80i1101-?9q t02.O(iD ntm -C ~b. s -81 ACTIVATION OF CORONARY ARTERIAL GUANYLATE CYCLASE BY NITRIC OXIDE, NITROPRUSSIDE, AND NITROSOGUANIDINEA ,,INHIBITION BY CALCIUM, LANTHANUM, AND OTHER CATIONS, ENHANCEMENT ~ Z BY THIOLS/ L a- DARLENE Y. GRUETTER, CARL A. GRUETTER, BARBARA K. BARRY"..WJLLIA}4 91 .~• 1,' ARICOS,ZALBERT L. HYMAt?; PHILIP I. KADOWITZ an~LOU1s,I. IGNARRO Departments of Pharmacology, Biochemistry and Surgery, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleans, LA 70112, U.S.A. A ~ ~ -s/ ySo9Sa(_p;. d 1 (Rrcerve 8 Dectmber 979, aeeepted 12 May 1980) .~/ ~ ySo~So j-d 2.~~-E 0 ac„ VSo9Sa/-p' Abstract-Alt ough reports t at certain vasodilate s activate soluble guanylate cyclase, especially in the presence of thiols, and elevate cyclic GMP levels in smooth muscle suggest that cyclic GMP is involved in vascular smooth muscle relaxation, earlier reports that Ca2+ activates guanylate cyclase and that Ca2'-dependent contractile agents elevate cyclic GMP levels are seemingly at odds with this hypothesis. The objective of this study was to examine the effects of Ca=', related cations, and thiols on bovine coronary arterial soluble guanylate cyclase. Guanylate cyclase activity was detected in the presence of Mg2' or Mn2' but not of other cations. Basal activity was greater in the presence of Mn2` than of Mg2'. Activity of guanylate cyclase stimulated by nitroprusside, nitric oxide, or nitrosoguanidine, however, was greater with Mg2', although the requirement of activated enzyme for MnZ` was reduced about 10-fold. Ca2',markedly inhibitc4 guanylate cyclase activation in the presence of Mg2' but not of r MnII'. L.a)' inhibited enzytne activation in the presence of Mg2+ or Mn". Neither Ca2' nor La)+ altered basal enzymatic activity. Results that were qualitatively similar to those indicated above were observed
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50257 3489 XI CO -81 S.P. 1 Management Advisoh (Special suppl) 2 (19) Oct. 16, 1981 RJR S PPORT OFvBIOMEDICAL RESEARCH ...../....,. .,~.. b....~. ........, .~.,.~ DR. FREDER~C K SEITZ.tITHONY~ERAMI, y6ROCKEFELLER UNIVERSITY/ GRANTS/ tTHGMA$ B.~'GLAR~CSQNt•rBQWMAN GRAY SCHOOL OF MEDICIN~ (WAKE FOREST UNIV.2 Rl1SSELLvffOSS;tUNIV. OF WASHINGTON/DR. STANLEY B.,.I~RUSINER, UE.IV. CALIF.(San Francisco)/ OUTHWES FOUND ION FOR RESEARCH & EBUCATION, SAN ANTONI / / KENNETHAER:yUNIV. CALVORNIA SAN DIEGO/DR. JOSEPHvpOST: EW YORK UNIV. MEDICAL SCHQ1 ~'•CLIFFORDvBARGP4t & EDGAR BER; RVARD UNIVERSITY MEDICAL SCHOOL/ / DB.DONALD,R ~/C00 R:/MEDICAL COLLEGE OF PENNSYLVANIA/ FRANZ~ATSCHINSKY THEODORE#0PUCK; LEANOR ROOSEVELT CANCER CENTER, DENVER 1NIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA MEDICAL SCHOOL Ed/tor'i Note: During the past five years, R.J. Reyn-• ' MaJor Af eas of SUpp01't olds lndustries, lnc. has contributed orcommitted more The group of major degenerative diseases bein9 than:22.8 million to 13 leading U.S. medical research Institutions In an effort to promote the understandiny ol investigated at present withm the grants program is as human degenerative diseases, fotlows ; The following report was presented Sept 18 to lhe .'. High blood pressure, particularly as inftuenced by Contributions Committee of the board of directors of thecomplex biochemical (hormonal) Interactions be- R.J. Reynolds Industries by Dr. Fr. ede~ick 4eitz former tween kidneys, heart and lungs.-__.~ president of The Rockefeller University an~lo~rsix years e Arteriosclerosis. president of the National Academy of Sciences. Dr. . Lung disease and necrosis Seitz, RJR's biomedical research consultant, explains • Cancer.' the scope and direction of the RJR proyramL e Immunological Irre9ula w ° rKI!• - - - . • Adult diabetes. = ~ ~ n 0 • The effects of diet and stress upon health. ~~ 4 tJ 0 Dela ed infectiousd'seas s of the d '
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J _.r i i'P rar~_t;;:a. 50257 3508 Ui.'iI,_E.ri'.':, i .i .•tz, 18,15- C•:. ., . „e~.]._ . der t.;,c!ini°.. C%:E..: 3., ~ nCll iv` ~-al" Ci;C :u-'i. n (:E•^.".ea-n5caai"u ^l-f.j; .S. r; ~_tCE (et ~1 " _rs . von t oerstt ur.c :e.:, :.:rrr,:: ~ Sc'm•:axzenhert;, 15.51- v. i'lu^., d3.aLrs. 2' cr. ~ i~ ^ ~:
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50257 3503 RA 1231 -na--y ~ •t.is4wa• / METALS--ANALYSIS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/6fiirFi?ift"~ TRACP. P•T.I?'fI:'.`;TS- A"'ALYSTS/1T0"7r :1"cn"n'r'Tn\ 7nFfTnn".rT°v/.1T.f1mT!Vrf*•1/ ('NRMTSTRY, A'K:AT,YTTI'--ATn"!Tr AI;SnRPTIn^: SrT?rT'tn"r'''RY/ AVT1 1n?;Y/:1'RSE~iTC/PARIT^`../+', T'.'i/n VnTTnI/n,FDYT.T.TI:'+/n.TC'nITtI /1;nRn*.?/r:1T1*f TTI' CTiRn'tIL'''/r7n^:1T.T/(,nrPl;'?/r,OT.r)/I°n`'/1.rA') /T.TT'TT?^r/'rAN'r.:1":F.('r /`rPnrfTRV/ '~nJ.YR~F.",T''t/`:I~KET./P11LL1~Tt'"!/T'T.ATi`.!'•.f/SELEI'T?"T/STLTrn•'/STT.VF,~;/TI\/ TELLURIU"T/TTiAT.LII1.`i/TIT:1NTf7"/t',l':A')IL'`f/?TI;r•/ 7.TRrn';Tt^'/ i Be ~ 1980 i LONDON • PHILADELPHIA • RHEINE . o ito o () 'n i- ;~ ~ ~ .~- . HEYDEN INTERNATIONAL TOPICS IN ~Jl~~_JL-Jl -;LJI_Jl u IL--7. Editor: L. C. Thomas TO)IC METALS AN.D TI~IR ANALYSIS ELEANOR BERMAN Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois . . '
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50257 3510 :~ Peters ~5~' Gmelin, Leopold, 1788-1853 Gmelins Handbuch der anorganischen chemie. 8. aufl. Hrsg. von der Deutschen chemischen gesellschaft, bearb. von R. J. Meyer, unter beratender mitwirkung vonFranz Leipzig-Berlin Verlag Chemie g. m. 1. h.: • 1924-71 i89 deagrs. 26 ]/2. cm.
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50257 3504 y,}:F QI) ]5]. Sn 3973 111'U,:OGT:N /HELIU;1 NNON /e1I:G0;' /I:Y.YPTON /::I:NO". / ]rADON/I,1 Till l"Mi Sni IT li;d/ POTASSTU?!/}:UL'i I)Tlrt/CE ;IU'•I/FI:.A*;CTti'd/ST?:OP?TiUc1/ItAkTU?t/I~4OTIJ;'t/ I"PT:1'LLTU.•t/i;1,G:`a:S) l:?S/CALCIUM/I;OF.Oh1/ALUAlI NU'•'/G/.LLIUM/INDIU."4/C:ARI30N/ TIIALLLI'"f/SILTCO'./ GASF:S/"II:TAI.S/ C4IL`iPRI,IIE, itSIVE ZIVOl•;.GANTC 1'olunic I. H, \oblc G:+scs, Group 1A, GrouP (1A, Group 1IIE3, C and Si 11 Nc, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xc, Rn 1..i,Na,K,Rb,Cs,Fr }3c, h; r, Ca, Sr, 13a, Ita l3, A1, Ga, In, Tl C, Si Editorial lioard: J.C. }1aiJa.r,Jr., Urbana; !].J, F.vir1eu::, Cambri.dge; Sir 3:omnId KyhoJm, London; A.F. Trotman-Dickenson, Cardiff. Fublished b.• P1;f:C:AM(1N T'}tF:SS /`l73 F.xclu::ive Distrihutora in the 4;estern ]lemisphere, CO*4'EtdUIL'M PUI3LISAERS
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50257 3506 Cti F.'1111.'~\1` f Clli;*;I. S•rl•.Y , Q't) 81 Ko ].r66 Air:;UTI!:..-{J7(it:;Ti'. 1l.Iii',l.`l.STR1.'y l.ii{)I\CNNIl."'-A%..1M.1/ OR:.AI4?.l.' e,N..Y.YT7.1./ Ar''rAj.y UrEit}.!", SM Sy Edited L-y Z. 1M. 1:CL'rIIOrt~, PI1T:,_rl (. ;~It~1i;G rT~ rI'~,,• ~ ~! P.i~'t7' II . ~'o1 : xNOZ.GANiC ANll 0;?CAi.'ii f.muGaS OI' \'()LiJAiL 4 cOi/I4 OU\Dv ERN3T AOLTI:R E.DSVa: I'. PR7.;'H}'LOWICZ 0. Il. b•ARRAU JdCon &FDL}ST NA9aANIFa. IiKR? . KA?2L X. TUR£Y.)AN 2f. L. MOSS CAaL Vt. 2.UFSiIf.1i}; vULTMIE 4: 1NTERSCIEIvC,'f; :i UELISI?ERS, 3 divis3.on of John Wiley & So:tsf New lovlc--Lon.c:on-Sydr.ey 4 S.:C'1'IOX A Sy tentif?<. ~.n?I,ytica; c;,tir':'.stry r,f rlis m•^lii.;}ts +• ~1 LF1RfIIVUM ;:{;,1LCiL': i ;-P.t.UO\-R.1DIU`J •; SIL VI;R ;. 'S'a(?NTIUi:i-)iARIC1i~i ;l 0 L, 1 0 0
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50257 3511 Y.ef. 1 iF ~g !u UI'm;tniz, Fritz, 18i 5-- ed. y'. ./ l:ncylaop:iclio dc: tetAini clicn Caemie.rf3., viiilii; neu ge- sf;.ltetcs .Lnfl. in Gemein,.cliait mit S. I:alic© ,ct a1., lirsn. von Wilhelm 1'oer:t. Niiinchrn, Urban & Schwarzenberg, ~v~ i11u3., diagrs. 2S cm. CONTENT3.-I. Bd. CheirAi ,clier Appnrateb:tu und VerfahrensteehuU;. 1. Chemistry, Technicll-Dictlonnric~e-Gernian. [. Foerst, R'il- helm, 1S9&- ed. ir.'i'itle. TP9.IIG14 ~ 52-25376 L!Lrary o! Conrrez~s J 1 i1 1,) 1~ Cl (4 lt ~. t:rls2j
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50257 3488 f N}:USE RIVER/NORTH CAROLINA--LdATER/ 1n 897 At 1.975 REPORT NO. 109 A BARGAINING APPROACH F R~ PRUGRAMNi 1 NG LEAST--COST L WASTE : TREATVtENT AL.oN~ A RIVER By LALITA D. AIRAN AND J. A. SEAGRAVES Department of Econornics and Business Agricultural Experiment Station School of Agricultural and Life Sciences North Corol:-io State University and DAMODAR S. AIRAN Deportment of Civil Engineering North Carolina State University August 1975 6-1 i riP-1 6 la l ~i)~" t ~~ fl ! 1P ~ ~ J \~~l ri fl l~ 1 ii1j +n Ic ' ~ (i ~. ~~~