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~t,ares.m;; Di,rectories. j„~ Kleir., Isemard CUIDE TO AMT:P.I('AN AIltECTORII:S, 5Ti1 EbITIOii.
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Ref. ' Q._~ -~ ~ ~ $tor.es---erature information... ..-~..Lit. ... 1~ 150 Cu t:lein, yernard GUIDE TO AMEJt1CrLN AIRECTORZP.S, 5TH r7TTIUY. 1962 428 p. PYentice-1ia11, Inc. New Jerr3ey
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r j 50272 5010 CD 271 ~~ .B Burchfield, Rarry Phineas. 2 e• Biochemical applications of gas chromatography ibsl H. P. Buichfield tand, Eleanor E. Storrs. Now York, Aca- demic PrexF, 1962. . 680 n. tlius. 24 am. Includes bibliography. 1. Gas chromatography. 2. Chemistry, OrganlG r. Storrs, Elea- ~ nor P:., jolut author. li. Title. QD2Y1.13S5 1062 ~ 547.3492 ._.....,~- 62-13flG3 t
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1% l .. ~ ..!-'. .._ U. S. Public Iiealth Sarvice, Bureau of Statc Servicea:: (Envixoru-antnl I{r:ai4h), Office of Pesticides •' GUIDE TO T'dE lLi1ALYSYS OF PESTICIDE RESIDUES, Vol. 1-& 2, prepared by H. P. Burchfieid, Doncld E. .Tchus:r., a^.d Esea^o: II. Storra 1965 , t•c_•icss3.y pNgr3 u. s. lu-,V4. ~aQ4Z4/1 SCIf. 1YRaSL«!y'LVlI .....~....~ca-' \
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0 L50272 5008 r• REPORT NO. 138 I I Me5-81 S. P• AN ~ALU ATION OF SMALL 4' SCALE DISPERS ED TECHNOLOGIES FOR MANAGING URBAN Ss~TORMWATER:~ 1 J .J. . UAL ~ . ,,.a ;.~ ~N~s~upc2s Resca~ch institute OF ~ CAROLIN
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1/ . Piosor, T.ouis F, TU Si."'iP.Y OF AN BX-SMOK: R. Rgeder' e Digest 88- (2vo. 528) 63-72 (April 1S66) i ...._s_......a- -.
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TS L~'Iani~al;an, Roy Catesby, 1897- '~ Tho story of Lucky strike, by Roy C. Flannagan ... t\e.w F Tork, °1J.381 3 p. 1., 94 p. Illus. 101 cm. On half-title: New York world's fair edition. 1. Cigarette ninnufacture and trade-U. S. 2. American tobacco cowpnny. r. Title. ir. Title: Lucky strike. A 40-32-13 Ohio State L'nir. Libf. for Library of Congress ,TS22(30.F ta50cl1
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)ip T)•1E POPCORN AAERCHANDiSER C d Cribs for popcorn are designed to facilitate rapid and uniform drying. They are narrower than ordinary corn cribs and built to prevent rain tl+om beating in. Cribs a to 4 ieet wide can be expected to provide wuflicknt ventilation. Ii wider cribs at+e _ -fi.ed;.- part[tions _- oe. airways ahould be built down the middle. 33aee popcorn! Is used entirely for bWman oonsumption, oonstructtoa wblcli will lceep, out mice and rats it particularly deskable. This can bW accomplished by the use of heavy icrcen wire on the floor and along te __aV t~e bp1toaa, with an 8 1 sbrQ oftalvanized sheet _ C~S~l7}~ eoarse mesh sacks such as are usedj for potatoes or onions, hung froa4 the rafters, are satisfactory. Stora~ ln an attic or spare room in t>% •house is sometimes advised, but ua-„r less well ventilated, the corn maydry too slowly and later in the = •on is likely to become too dq; especially if arti8ciall heat can the room. . e A FOR SALE . New Complete Popcorn Line - - Krispy Kist 10-1b. Dry Pop. per. 40-1b. Corn Seasoning . Machine. Two Corn Con- veyors & Hoppers. POP-YUM CO. Rogers, Texas ; - -•--- w I •3i
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~. r . • 50272 5004 , XXII MeB9-78 S.P. Jour. Occupat. Med. 20(No. 2) 116-117 (1978) S. A. Lcvy, M.D.; qlll@WMgWM.D.; and D. E. Phashko, Ph.D. A meat cutler who esperienced wheezing when working in the area where price Iihels werc heated, was challenged svith the inhalalion of the emissions of hcalcd price lahels and nebulized phthalic anhldride. Only eupnsurc to the emissions from the heated prite labels eroked a response. The spectrum of emissions from heatcd pricc Iibels, analyzed by gas chrnnta- tography and mass spcctronictry, was found to include phthalie anhldrrde, 2,S di-terl amyl quinune and dicxclo- t l hlh f t h : p a a _ e e.y It .. ~ . hut dc•mtd :nurkint; ant t• 197 i. ihr•n• was nn lxinr hi.tnry i rhr.mic crx~t;h c/xittun ixrMlut lxxt nr tr•t nrrrnl vlti••xit•) rif hrnr chiti.. or Ltntih ht.lorry nt •11h•t},y nr a.lhm.t Ilx• ir•I%t Inr1lx.d In' inry wac unrrm.tr{,.thk•. fiv• phq.t+.J orarrtin.itinn .s.tc rv<t•ntt•tl' wtlhin ntxm.ty hnritc t•xt t•1>t Inr rxamin,ttinn rrt llx• llxrrat TIx•t tv,t.. -yrnmr•trx.d /•rit.tn,rnn. hut t•xltiratirtn wac .li};hth• prnbtngt•t Ilrt•.rllt coirnrb tvr•n• %-t•.it ultr •md tlx•n• wt•rt• nrt arl.rnlit'ax wtund.. (ahr+r•drsry rl.rt•t inr Itulyd a k•ukrn vtr• tnunt rri It 51A1 wd linuts a nntnt•d thtlt•rt•nlr.tl. T I>t• t ht-a tt>rnly,v•nrq;rant .va• wdhm nnrnt
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: : {50272 5001 ;~. . _ . . BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO COMPANY/TOHACCO--'kSTORAGE--INSECT CONTROL/ . " _ VII CoA -78 TIFA, LTD. .- 2 ~~ Brochures describing Microsolt inechanical fog generator for exterminating, disinfecting..deodoriz3.ng , i or humidifying. Mentions. sAT(British American Tobacco Fs use of. the :;;* TIFA 100 E for insect protection at their hugep new processing facility in 0, the II.S.A. Also siefitions American Tobacco Co; P,Lorillard Tobacco Co ,; '' and R.'J. Reynolds Tobacco Cov as being users of TIFA?.Model 303 Series. . _~•... _ .~_...,..~-
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The Imporial Tobacco Co. (of Graat Britain cad Ireland) Ltd., Brictol, Englcnd THS STORY OF TUIE IMl'ERXI',L TOBACCO C6cf"' A.NY. The Im;erial Tobacco Co. (of Creat BritAin and Izcland) Ltd., Iat•o:=tica Brochure tle. x. 1967 20 pagca London, England
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r V + , . rin S IOn S i Clr SeCOn ~ p ~er efles y U ~~ n Chemical Physics, 1 o1. 9 Fafiaxs: V.1. Coldansl~i R. Gomcr F. P. Sch.fa J. P. Toennia 4Be IMass Spectrometry 1979 ~ V SIMS II r Procecdings of the Second International Confcrence on ~ Sccondary lon Mass Spcctromctry (SIMS li) • tanford University. Stanford, California, USA S { Augua 27 31, 1979 ;;'~ ~ ~ Editors . ~ ' A. Bemmnghoven C A Evans, h' - R. A. Powell i R. Shimizu i`. . . .. T4~#'!'.S -' ~ - Sprin,;er-Vcrlag Bcrbn Heidelbo A' g Soo Y I
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-4 ;:Yr _")L xi Me2 _- ~~3~£i.~a~FRO*~ POitafi, by Obi, Sachieru ~• • J. ::2yF:G.~. -:u :G;:.]CCt} l.J. , n~.'}32tf~Ci! Li1~Cj Ps~ods;c~ D~voa+~c~<r;nk Dx.fsian TOBarCO. C--A LZ TZ7vm:- R: J. j:yro2:_'a To5e:cco C.. , T'tiea~ arch ;~;d I' ~'y PrQduct Ce;,~eloga~;nt Dap`z., Science Z:.iortcseiaT: Dit•3~ica, ~rd S-:~Z;;ax W• . i~~ct:x. `
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50272 5036 TN t'i$>t`~~piifoi ~Bradlcyf I 578-= 673 l:n~inecring metallur~,~•, a textbook for users of inetnls, by St Bradley Stoubliton ... and Allison Butts ... 3d ed. New York nnd London, McGraw-Hill book company, inc., 1938. tx, 525 p. ]llus., diagrs. 23} cm. (lial/-titlc: ASetnllurgicnl tezts) "Literature" at end of most of the chapters. 1. Metallurgy. z. Butts, Allison, 18;)D- joint nuthor. it. Title. 38-4477 0 r ~ tl ~ C~ i 6 7 .9 9:-
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*tnNSA"JTO COMPANY/ • Th`~`'~ ~ ,.~ Y. .~ '` 'ir~'~ofY. OVl~o~~santo ]®an J. II-l'orrestal Simon and Schuster New York
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78 XI, Ad 81 . • - . - ; -• . . . p 1- RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 %I Ad1-81; s.p. S'$eynolds, R. J. Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C., D. S. ~ . .-._i ,,, . .•~, ~:: . Re nolds. R. J. Tobacco Co.. News Release. . Winston-Salem N. G. (1981) y ' . . (in English) ~ ins Marketing Media Decision," p. 66-67, • 164 (Sept. 1981)* •- ~ •g *Abstr. ; Newspapers' biggest advertiser hatches an idea that could start - newspapers' biggest controversy. / ; \ 50272 5013
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1?etia,ufn, R. V. FL0ta-13LTRANICROSCCPTC .k'wTFnn OF T;^TTRttIN- II3!: TE:2? Pii!'y:!~3R i2~3Ri2 CQNC;~'~I'RATIt1N l.tD Pl..^.t;CT..r- SIZw At3 r:LYS'!S CF A:'.ROSnLS A?M HYDaC+St)LS, by $, V. Berjaguin; G. in Vies^ako; A. I. ~ StoroxhiIovQ snd-N. M. P.udrjavsteaa J,o::rr of Co11oid Sei. 17, 6n5--62? ('S6z) _.._.,.-..
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QC 451 St 1972 SPECTROSCOPY--ORGANIC COMPOUNDS/NUCLEAR ME`.GNETIC !:ESONAttCE SF:.CTP,GSCOFY/ CarbQn-13 1®IM--R. Spectroscopy -jm.4AwST'1JTHEle'~S This is Volume 24 of . Dtpartmtnt ojChtmistry (lsirtrsitl oj N ittern Ontarfo rseries of Inonograplls Lpdon, Canada _ ORGANIC CHEMISTRY Editors: ALFRED T. BLOMQUIST and HARRY NASSEPWAI1 A Complete list of the books in this series appears at the end of the volume, A C A D E IvI I C P R E S S New York and London
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y::a jr 80 II Po 10 S.P. -- .` THE P PC4RN MERCHiSER_L C, ~~ '• . .. 1 , ! 6Th~Sfo~8~brid~~~onco~rn st 1AVn1o $MMR x.ast FLid s..d & Nursery co. EDrroB's NOTE: This Is !b. Soal fndallm.at of Ms. st.ur g ses fatseding stosy os Hybsid fopcorn as a Food ' The first requirement of any es- 'sential food Is a high caloric value. Fsw people realize a pound of pop- ooen contains aiDDroximatelsr twice the food eaerg& value as a pound of round steak. Two and one half times as much as a pound of eggs, and six ' adfilh sna as muc as poun o m. tih Popped popcorn contaius 1,825 heat energy units per pound. Tviio thous- and and two hundred and eighty one edi- bUi fop fte ated In the United States Department of Agriculture eircnLr 64l "Approximate Compo- . sltton of American Food Material." is high ia pr ;W;"! otein content, and it it helpful In maintaining good healtli. ! Factors D.t.rasin. Good Corn-,;,, ~ Early in our work with popcora: -, we accepted several factors as beiM extremely important in the produa tion of good popping corn: First, of course, there are the cultural metb= ~ ods followed by the farmers in grow. i ing popcorn. To the midwestera farmers in the Mis4.ouri Valley we ~ give the credit of being the bat_ corn growers in the country. They have learned the hard way and the lessons they have learned in grow- ing field corn are being applied to the production of better poppinj corn. We claim we have the best , corn farmers in the world. Another Important factor and probably the most important of sl1 Is seed. This Is where hybrids come in. Good farmers now refuse. to plant anything but hybrid seed. Five
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~ 50272 5038 ASFSf f !F RT--nISE \ . . . CARnI0L0~~CARDIOVASCULAK DISEASES--DIAGNOSIS/FUTLTROTAGY SEE FORECASTING/ JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York • Toronto ISRAEL UNIVERSITIES PRESS,Jen+salem l
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1f00M BOOKLETS:- ' C , S SMOKE OPE ~ No. THE ~MOK R~s TEXTBOOK , Liverpool, 1890 ErSM ER S GARLAND, PART I, Liverpool, 1890 S/PIPE SMOKING/TOBACCO--POETRY/TOBACCO--SMOKING--FAVORABLE LITERATURE/ VERTISING/TOBACCO--HISTORY--ENGLAND/ TOBACCO--MEDICINAL USES/ amer, . s Tobacco~ P1antI,DER ~E KER' S TEXTBOOK ~C C ope th Of f ice o t h d Liverpool, Publis ae (1889 TH No. 2;. contributions hi s No.. 3.:;; . James . o on: Selections from ~ , ~ ^ Plant ~.. PE1~i1LS •Liverpool 1890 viN l es No,' 4` Char Thom arlyle:~ "TAiBLE TALK, Liverpool, 1890 ~ No. 5.. wn_ 6 THE MOKERS GARLAND, PART II,,j.iverpool, 18891 No. 7.. . AMERICAN PIPESTPa t.I; 1895, Liverpoo n.nfn TTT ' . ALL ABOUT IT by J. G. addow, Liverpoo , R : P E' S MIXTURE SELECTED FROM HIS TOBACCO PLANT, wfIPES b MEERSCHAUM, ART Iil. , .,,.,,i 1 R96 ~7{1.~iJ[ll\Y ..••~ --- 6 No.11.. •..Y- aMU&rin 0 i ERSCHAUM•~ ;ART II ° ~ .t~ _~ W to Cope's Tobaccc 1892 Liverpool, 1893 w-"04 PI' t~~L 1 , 1,~~~LV~\vy _~ ~ -- GENERAL Liverpool, 1893 H. ' ~. ~
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50272 5034 t I e w ud S ubt i t Ic A Study of the Effects of Low levels of Ct;r,art M,onc.xide ztpon (-'umons Perforrt-lrtg Drivinn i'usks , r.~~fv 7. Ar,tl,nrf,> II.A. McFarland; Vd.H. Fcrbes; J. D. Dourl1:;rty; J. CLAY/ ~ l:~~iiw 9. ['cr:ortring Utt.anrxat,.un Name and Add:c~s Guggcnheim Center for Aerospace Heolth and Sc,fety 665 I I~tinf~ton Av Public ic iicalih y,,,NhT ONAL TECHNICAL y " !NI C'rWATIQN SER1, rCE Boston, Massachusetts 02115 / U-3 bapt.rtmant of Conimetrs 1?. Sponsoring Urganization Namc and Address Coordinating Research Council, Inc., 30 noc'cefeller Plaza, New York, N.Y. 10020 and Environmental Protection Agency, Durham; North Carol i na 27709 15. Supplementary Notes Not releasable to the public until July 1974. 16. Abstracts r,...~ r.... ._ .. ... .., ,.. . r<chort 1).,tc~------°--- _ __ ~~r ~ 1 .1973 6. 8. F'er(orn,inl; No. 10. l'ru)ccti-l-as4:/ltn:h t/nir ::u. Cf:C-A 1't? AC•-CAPl,A-9 11. Contract/Gtant No. 13. Type uf Report & Peri.r! Covered Final -• _6 15 70-9 1.5/72 14. .t+ TLS~ 41,,, ^MrfS nf 1r,%w 1RaV,o'S nf r:rwcTClrl mnnoXidH on human ner- Q5 n n n n rLS 7 9 7
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cr 0-7 50272 5014 Research r] '80 II Po I S pCORI~i~ - wr~.~+c..c:w~ ~. By DR. JOHN C.,&LDREDGE Dept. of AQronomy. Iowa State College. Ames. Iowa For hundreds of years people have eaten popcorn. But that was not be- cause It wiL4 good popcorn. It probably was used becalise most any popcorn was better than none at all. Even 20 years ago the popcorn consumer had to put up with a distinctly inferior product, measured by modern standards. •The popped kernel was coarse and lacking in flavor. It had a thick, rough hull which discouraged many people from catink it. It was Indeed a de- cidedly different product from the modern tender flufty flakes of today. Probabiy few popcorn consumers realize how much patient, painstak- ing research has gone into the devel- opment of the hybrid popcorn of to- day. This program of popcorn im- provemcnt was begun at Iowa State College about 22 years ago. rt 4;, Popcorn Improvement ' Theessaential steps used in this method of popcorn improvement are as follows. First, seed of the best available open-pollinated, varieties came from a single plant. As long as Inbreeding is continued these lines remain fixed or unchanged. Such characters as silk or tassel color, plant height, time of maturity, pop- ping volume, and the hundreds of other characters reproduce the same way from year to year. But during t~e five or six years that the pure lines were being developed by in- breeding many undesirable as well as desirable traits show up. The de- sirable lines, insofar as they could be recognized, were saved and the un- desirable ones were discarded. Only ,
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. .._..._..._._....r,~. Colloid ElectrQ-7opti% Electrically lnduced Optical Phenomena in Disperse Systems 150272 5048 ~ I\TERFACE SCIExCE vA\CES I\' COLLOID AND Elsevier Publishing Compan}•, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands - Ixstitute of Physical Chemistry, Bu'gariax Academy of Scienees. Sofia 13 (Bulgaria) (f 0:ff Eff S I . \
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~0_Z '`r! Z 50.7L._- ~..~e t , ' !,. . . Po.elgroJaole Alediral Juurnal (Novcmhcr 1973) SI, 790-79d. ~. ~ y*~ . IA. C. C»nnInt:RLnIN M.A., Sc.D. M. J. HCARD. . . r ~ 1• . ~ ' .... t a•. .a B.Sec.. . . • t .. . • '-NT. n.. CI~ I I W- B.Sc., Ph.D., F.R.I.C. W. S. CLOUC)r . L .• P.'NI:WTON ' B.Sc., .'M.Sc. 9 I- A. C. WELLS ~Fin•irnnn ~rla! aml A~nl S~iccs Dirision, A.ER.L~~ Ilnnrcll /`f 6~ CP YoM~ i: NeRGy.. Rcs ~t5T>l J5, ,,J~ L' ~- 3 'E-:/N G L,q,u~) e To asscss the contribution or Icad in motor 6hausc cnginc was warmcd up using normal Icadcd pctrol to the total uptake of lead it is ncccsary to know and then switchcd to thc petrol %%ith Iabcllcd TEL. the amount dcposited in the lungs, the uptakq Ihence The cngir.c was opcratcd without load at 4000 r.p.m.. to blood and other tissues, and the rate of excretion or undcr load at 5000 r.p.m. The burning of thc from the body. There are reports•of cxrcrinicnts in taggcd nctrol took about 10 min and nrnaleirrd at-la, 7Upakc tof inhalcd4ad from motor exhaust f ~
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QIP ~ 50272 5033 501 c Florkinp Marcel (ed.) Cam.~='Ii^~'..:w111E YIQ'.'mSsroY., VOL. 5, by FAxael F3.orkin and Elmzx H. Stotz. 1963 327 pF~ Elsevior PuU? ishing Company new York U. ~.... . .... 'da'Li:.1~~.-.
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L50272 5043 TO°er.rn--A"'Trn Ar.TnS/TnP•Ar.r.n--STrr.qRe/ TnR^Crn--rNF4TCAT, rn4nrslTTn•--ArRnNznMY--RF.T.A'*Tn%TST'TP/ INFLUENCE OF TIIE HIGHER CONCENTRATION OF CERTAIN IONS ; AND OF pH ON THE CONTENT OF PROLINE, OF FREE AMINO ACIDS, AND OF SUGARS IN PICKED TOBACCO LEAVES (Submitted by Coritsponding Menrber Y. Milkovski on Marc% 31, 1977) Beginning with the work done by K e m b 1 e a. M a c f e r s o n(1], and later on with that done by T a r c h e v s k i y(2], proline (P) has been increasingly the object of attention by research workers. Nevertheless, the mechanisni of its accumulation and the manner of its operation at the onset of unfavourable conditions has not been explained. What has been firmly established, however, is the positive correlation between drying [I-3• <<<•], the effect of negative tempe- ratures (+• <<<-j, and sali ization of the soil (-• •tc-], on the one hand, and the high concentration of free in the plant tissues, on the other. One result of the three unfavourable effects is the rise in the concentration of the various ions in the cell. In this cas6 it would be of interest to find out n,hether the plant would react in the same manner, i. e. whether there will be intensification of the formation of P when the concentration of only one type of ions is raised, and whether this reaction Is a specific one or a reaction that takes place at e ise lin Apn 8on~nt~tion regardless of their character. The aim of the ~ res nt study was to clarify these questions. In order to provide a fuller cha- tacteristic of the phenomenon studied, we investigated also the changes in the &--,2 minn eride
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Paraphlet P Fuu+ ~ ` 'r St4 The mechanism of toxic action of nicotine From: Farmako . i_ Toksiko. 18:23-26(1%5) ~
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~50272 5042 :' ~ .'' . 11avnan6t GorrNocr.oi'l aYawaas ~c~tx p tes rendns de 1'AcaUmle buigare des Sciences--_ Com , POSIT QrI.. t3ULGARII~N CLARY S1xGE 01l iQt CO , : f - ~....._ Tomc 22. N" a. Iyby • I - - ` u t .. cHrA ttL-~-=-~ 1 S. TC110T62dJlCY, D. IYanOY, V. IriaitnOV Cl~imie ~ aru ue r~~ g 4 - .:~: . (Submitled• on December 17. 1968). . •+ Clar ~ sage (Sal%in sclar-ea fam• Labialae) is a valuable aromaticplant " ) , : originatingin the Mediterranean region. Usually it is cultivated as a bien- nial or triennial. Its green part and, rn particular, its blossoms contain es- senfial oil which is isolated- by means of steam distillation. The oil has a~- .:. pleasant odour and is utilized in perfumery, medicine and the food industry~,<f ..~~ _. In the course of many years France was the sole producer of clary sage oil. 11f ter 1932 • the USSR appeared on the world• market as an import- - ;`. -•ant producer and exporter'of this oil.: :. :,>; ' • In Bulgaria this plant has been cultivated since about 1923, wheit !Iit• ' -=io194 id iIildl:lL was intoducen a private experimental -r ;near-aro-vo. `,p• -'0 - onlY a fe%r producers succeeded ' in obtaining minor quantities of this oil. Later its pzoduction was almost connpletely abandonea. ••- •. ~ : \ ~ ~ f \
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a Imperial Chemical Industries, ltd. tinalytical Che:nists' Committee. The deteriuination of toxic substances in air; a manual of I. C. I. practice. Edited by N. StrafPord, C. R. N. Stro,its, W. V. Stubbings. Cambizdgo tEng.l HeiPer I1956z 220 p. Illus. 'l3 cm. Includcs bibliography. 1. Air-Analysis. i. Strafford, Norman, ed. n. Tttle, rrs Title: Toxic substancea In air. ei 56-3007 t ..-...~.-.~...~„„eI I
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Parry, John Willfam, 1893- The stoiy of spices. New York, Chemical Pub. Co., 1953. 206 p. 23 cm. Jncludes bfbliogrnpby. , 664.5 53-3295
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~ 50272 5046 ' Coldfarb, Y. L.; Churplina, A. P.; Klimenko, V. G (Institute Org. Chem., Acad. Sci. USSR) STRENGTH-OF S0:lE BASES OF THE NICOTINE SERIES. ,. Izv. Akad. Nauk SSR, Ser. Khim. No. 8, 1883-5 (1970) (in Russian - complete English translation available) Note date. ~ been determined. The presence of intramolecular hydrogen bonds in ~ 2-aminonicotine has been/confirmed. The influence of structure of the molecule on the pIC of a ; nicotine and metanicotinie bases has been elucidated. • NICOTINE--DERIVATIVES/NICOTINE--CHEMISTRY/ 78 XYI ce RJR CLASS N0. • PAtdPHLEI' 78 XII Go
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50272 5052 Int.llrch.Occup.Environ.Hlth 38,121-127(1976) Mtsrnstiontl ArMws 01 /kc~~pnllonnl und Emitvnntvnhd ~ ~ .xsr-l~-G.~j-~1 3.p Acute Inhalation-Intoxication Ik•ullb .~ ~ z I ~', hy Springer•Verlag 1976 ! -- by Combustion of Polyvinyichloride ,DepartIDent of Pneumology (Head: Prof. Dr. H. van der Straeten), I and Th. VANPETEGHEM' F. COLARDYN' WW, H. LAMONT', Medical Service, N.V. Sidmar, Ghent, Belgium Akadeaiisch 2iekenhuis, University of Ghent, G6cnt, Belgium Z Initially each subject shoJed a syndrome of acute obstructive lung dis- Summary. The pulmonary effects of an acute intoxication by inhalation of gases produced by combustion of polyvinylchloride are studied in 20 persons. ease. After a follow-up period of 3 months residual injuries persist. J. . . . . . ' ' .. - - :'~,- ` .. _!)Cey words.;_ PolyvinyTchlo,ridQ \ seemed to : Combustion prpdvcts=P.ulmonart-inhalation_ -
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0 . - - . ,. ( 50272 5026 s.p. XI To3-79 S.P. ,. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI To3-79 Jamestown-Yorktown Foundation, Williamsburg, Va., U. S. amestown-Yorktown Found., Williamsburg;'Va. (1977) (in English) _ Three ycars aftcr Jamcstown was founded _ John _Rolfe, a youthful member of an old ' English famil rcachcd the scttlcmcnt That y, . ~ was in 1610. Rolfe had come a long way the ~ hard way and he arrived at Jamestown at an ~ unfortunate time_ But becausc nf this_ Rnlfc's ' arrival was to have a major-and unmcasur- i able-effect on the course of western civiliza- t i .
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Robert, Joseph Clarke, 1906-- Tlio story of tobacco in Amex•ica. 1st od. New York, A. A. Ii;nopf,1949. i;;~ ~~',' /~~., ~ f. •: f z11, 20(i, xxiv p. 111us., ports., map. 22 cm. "Btbltograpbical notes": p. 283-290. 1. Tobacco-U. S. P. Tobacco manufacture and trade--U. S. r. T(tle. I SB273.It58 ~ 338.476791371 49-85G2• Library of Congres~ 1510=10]
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50272 5040 II MeA2 77 S.P. Compost Sci. 18(1) 16-17(Jan./Feb. 1977) SOIL TESTING FOR SLUDGE DISPOSAL ARNAMawrrcc-nt Ph.D. graduate of the school, has hegun srork in strip mine land re•clamation with the USDA in Wc•st Virginia. Corning from a farming back- ground, Bill first got a degrc e in Agronomy. "Once there a-as only enrphasis oft crop production, but now we realize everything we do to the soil effects our total c•nviron- ment," says Bill. t llis mast recent work, in ovc•r fivc• years of graduate study. was the t j fect of the mncro-nutric•nts mag- nesium and potassium on plants and un the animals thut eat thc•m. Bill says, "Everything tvc• add to the soil affects the food chain. As human consunu•rs we should be sure we're doing the right things."
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4*Mt0YitbVic1vanova,.-P. Hadjieva, S. Popov (Submifled by Academician D. Ivanou on Nvvember 30. 1970) . ~~~jd0lfAinbl 1io11r2pcH0$ atraneaicsH eays r Comptes rendus de I'AcadEmie 6uloare des Sciences Sp• Tome 24. N' 6, 1971 COMPOSITION AND STRUCTURE OF POLYCYCLIC CO1,IPOU;JDS 1;1 TUE When subjecting ether and alcohol fractions, obtained by column chroma- tography of nonsaponitied wax from the concrete of the Bulgarian rose blossom (Rosa damascena Mill), to thin-layer chromatography, spots were obtained for substances whose Rf-value differs from that of the hitherto establish:d compo- nents of that wax : hydrocarbons (lJ, alcohols "--" primary and secondary (2j, acids ('j, ketones 1' J, all with an open carbon chain. A detailed study was made _of the composition of ale wax frnnt. Rie _rqCl...hlnccnm_ nn 4h.+ nno hsnA h._ FLOWERS OF THE BUi.GARtAN OIL-BEARING ROSE - . . . ... .r.~:.;.~ . . .... , C _P 7 ,
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50272 5055 ' Y.nteraatiortal Unxon of Pure ar.d 1!ppl,iat G~,ioldntr,y# pppli(A Cheaiutxy Sc,ction, Tc':~coloMr arbd 1r.3Uatrial I~rgllcrje Aiv3siUn =IiG,S FCnZ THE D.F'MMIIiATTe:d OF T07rC SIJE•. S'PAI:CES TN AIR. 1959 70 p, Butterk~orthn Sciontiflc Publicgtions Ic&3ou ~_._....._-
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I 50272 5050 ~- ...~.. : .. ~of Essential Oils C ~_ Peter- Froksch, and Paul-Gerhan4GGlzr Botanisches Institut der Ualversit8t zu K81n, Gyrhofstr.1S, D-S000 K6ln 41 Z Naturforsch. 35 e. 675-681 (1980); received June 20,1980 ''r. High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC), Essential Oi1s, Terpenes, Terpenoids, Cistus. Cistaceae A reversed phase high performance liquid chromatographic procedure for the separation of essential oils is described. Applying water acetomtrile elut,on systems on octyl and octadecyl- silane-bonded silica, complex mixtures of sequiterpenes and oxygenated volatile eonst,tuerits can be resolved, comparably to the quality of gas chromatographic analysis. Photometrical detection at different wavelengths can be an important parameter in optimizing the separation of essential oil eonstituents. 7happlication of the described method is demonstrated with naturally ` oavrring mixtures o erpcnes from leaves of Cistus lodan#rerj r . 3se ~ .., ~l 81 I I I St . . Reversed Phase High Performance Liquid Chromatography ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS-- HIGH PERFORMANCE LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY/ = 4
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~ 50272 5051 : ~ . --- - __ IKf.•Aich.Occup.Environ.Hlth 38,121-127(1976) XXII MeB9-77 S.P. 'P+..Y°! . r. -*7-Acute lnhalation-Intoxication_ by Combustion of Polyvinylchloride -~• InlernaUonalArcMves of (k-t-1ipaNtollnl 7/ z u1ut Iltiil(Ir.:: 1; !'j by Springcr•Vcrlag 1976 r' . L r~ ~! and Th. VAN PET H ' ' . lDepartment of Pneumology (Head: Prof. Dr. H. van der Straeten), Akademiscli Ziekenhuis, University of Ghent, Ghent, Belgium 2Medical Service, N.V. Sidmar, Ghent, Belgium F. COLAFtDYN' ', H. LAMONT•.', j:,; Suwamary. The pulmonary effects of an acute ir.toxication by inhalation of gases produced by combustion of polyvinylchloride are studied in 20 persons. Initially each subject showeq a syndrome of acute obstructive lung dis- ease. After a follow-up period of 3 months residual injuries.seemed to persist. Key words: Polyvinylchloride = Combustion products - Pulmonary inhalation_- : r
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'c rRAfsr~ rr~P~o aTas " ~ , vfj xo~. ~ry~ ~t~ tt~AR K~ D/i~Ti ©~, ARt~s s w :t~r /o ~,~,~ c TR 0 n~ ~ G s/ TR i~ w.t D w a E R~~~~ L Ols g R l~~ S~:• ,~~F C~'•~ 4R~'I C,~ A CGLrLORAT//l~~AGEAIIit~T~ ~ I¢N, l~/9L 0 WIj~./Qi4I,l,~' .~, ~E~/L'L/ A a , . v _ rK 7 9G 9 a ~~ Js..1';:;r1:1 -..~ ;i._.i ~/,'_ 17) h isr t~~ :a a Vo ~= t~ r 7/ 1r Si 'Qla +~w vf~ :1/r' i1 Y l~ tit '~`' VrJ HARRY N. NORTON \
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S 50272 5062 ~. -- - ~ - 3 , 1•~,~.~sr Po awe lCh Jn S.h'c c h a r c z y k, e t a 1. ~ July 1969 PD 185 949 ~ ....,~j: ~. . - - ~. ---_-• L FGR FELEF'Jl Sr-,Ev?:F,^ '\' 4/r- • o tl.S. nEPkR7L'ENT OF CO:S);ERCE/kationsl Iiureau of StanOardsO
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AoYaaam 6oarapcicoa akaAewNN napr Comptes rendus de 1'Acadtmie bulgare dcs -Sciences- Tome 24 MO 8 1971 %f~.a..~ ~ ~~') /DS71"1?7/ • . . . - . , •, .. -.... ...:> .f. Chimie orgariiqae CHiMIe CONVERSION OF FATTY ACIDS INTO PARAFFINS IN ROSE FLOWERS SOME DIALKYL KETONES AS POSSIBLE INTERMEDIATES IN THE L M. Mondesbky, N. L Marekov, . - at8'Ya; G. Zolotovitch (Submitted by Academician !). lvanav on febreary !0. 1971) Higher fatty acids are an intermediary.•stage in the biosynthesis of paraf•' fins, as tevealed by studies made in the past five. years. Paraffins are quite common in Nati+re_f mainlv ac. a_ cmmnnnent of-jhe. w:.:;v coatinLy_o( 1e9vec. __.., .~.. - --- ~
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~ 50272 sosg . . NUCLEAR INSTRUMENTS AND METHODS 163 (1979) 319•522; ; A NORTH•HOLLAND PUBLISHING CO. 7Ue subject of this paper Is the solution of the convolution (or folding) integral, which relates an observed energy spectrum to the true (or original) energy spectrum. The techniquc presented is neither of iterative naturcyrar does it nced Fourier,transforms of the observed spectrum. It . .,. ~.._ ~.. 1~ 1. Introduction .,/Gr) is deduced by the inverse Fourier transforma- E S10WOFT i/. C. f0rued lnsrftur. Copenhagen. Denmark .- Received 61uly 1978 and In revised form 25 January 1979 ' works directly on the observed data. The method therefore should be suitable to small computers. Tdy~i ~ tion It is well known that repeated measurements of a ~: '' fixed quantity results ih a distribution of ineasure- ; ~ F d 2 f ~ i 1 f xx) (a) x j A) J exp( x) _( J ments due to the inexactness of the measuring or• ~ is t e" tiot d ' t ib l i Y ` ~ ] u ~ s r t ~u~ g process 0Qgn t ~: .~ B defnition the foldin of two functions, if i mal" or ttk "~us§ian='disf~bt~on.l'~ ~~ ,L ' 8 `~ When'a great number of different quantities are ""', 13 LIM VAI"`''"""' ehl= tn he masured in the same experiment te resut : .
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f50272 5061 _ CHEMISTRY, PHYSICAL AND THEORETICAL/CHEMISTRY, OP,GANIC--PHYSICAL/ CYCLOPROPANE/CYCLOBUTANE/HYDROCARBONS, POLYCLCLIC/ :. QD 476 Gr 1978 " k This is Volume 38 of ' ORGANIC CHEMISTRY A scries of monographs I Editor: HARRY H. WASSL•RMA: JkQtqq*W~W Arthur: Greenberg`: : r i `) >s D,-partment of Chemical Engincering and Chemistry New Jcrsey institute of Technology .: Newark, New Jerry e t ~ ' . ~ San Francisco ~ London 1978 ACADEN1lC PRE:SS, . New York A Subsidiary of llarcourt Qricc Jo movich Publishers t~ .iebman . ., Joel F: I r . :,
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0 . III Du2-77 S.P. - 50272 5070 Y.INETICS AND THE HECHANISlf. OF. CERTAIN REACTIONS OF CONCEfiTRATED OZONE Foreign Technology Div Wrig AUTHOR: Emelyanova, G._I., ..- • _...~.~... _. w t-Patterson_ AFB Ohio (141600j 7323A3 FLD: 4A, 905 USGuDIt7007 4 Hov 69 30p I REPT 110: FTD-tiT-2 4-2 44-6 9 PROJECT: FTD-6040310 ._...:', Edited machine trans. of mono. Sovremennye Problemy Fizichosf:oi Khimii. Voprosy Kin53tiki IChipichpskikh ReaY.tsii (Current Problems of Physical Chemistry. Problems of the Kinetics of CheAical Reactions) tloscow, 1968 p149-171. ABSTRACT: The state of knotrleogg, of the kinetics and mechanism of reactions' of concentrated ozone, ~s revieuefd under the fo11o%1ing headings: (1) _, I:inetics. , and mechanism of ozone deco!ipositi on •in the gas phase; (2) kinetic stability of gaseous ozone; (3) kinetic stability of liquid ozone; (4) . catalytic decoc,pesition of gaseous ozone; (5) cataly':ic decomposition of liquid ozone; (6) chemical reaction~ q~ oz~ne• ~7) ~xi~at,~on, reactions in explosions of ozone' mixtures ri~'h ~th r~a s.~ Au hot) .
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996T '6.'. YxZdd a~£ 6191 Uj3}aag 'duS=00 (•PaJ aaxaJseEga V xa vaasrjaTsj:j su,3 So}'L yuzZuaa xo; -,unvq Sq a~~alttsa3s~~ ua xa A- 3s~t~t ua TFat!Ma.~.nn..~:!t ~ •I~r~ /r r~ vr«tu.aaw.:uauwv.ua a . 4..J i~'viaY V CLLU,i`[i7.~QCZ 1+:SLLi.1f3l 1L lL L' Cia:1S. ~ . i . , ~~Y '~ ~~,~7i;~~yYn~j,,.. ~.-y.w~~r ~'~~ ..-• --".'^ i7-l~l1!'c~~~s~k~.ii-•~til'~S:..S.?.llYfi1.1111JA1'l i . . . C1iLi7' '.:
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~50272 5064 tA tP0g Parker, Harry, 1887- 'SlMplified e,echanics and strength of xaterlals. Hew York, Wiler (1551) x1rt 275 p. diagrs. 21 ca.
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F.aves L. STR{1HM1;GSfiai'.SCnURNQ BE-311t T1'.}3AR. (A roviea r.tt reaoarch oy tho ofYooto of radiation on tobucco.) rilolrohtaY 11"oms TaUsia"'7tiC0 xQ (l'fa0 ,J5) 10 (AugtlBt 2E0 1960). n5ch7t'1f''utums^ po >-%
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so,^rAI, AND rsYCHO-pfcfSxouorZCnt CoItlt.s'LFiTES OF sMIN;Zra: tJxTllBBR:+AL 1 81-96 (Juno 1970) Soclsl Sci. fisart. Sl (i.o. 1)
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__._~..___y.___..~... ._.__...._~ . _ _._..__ ._ ..-._..._.~w_.._ .~. ..__.._ - - - t ~. 50272 5065 1.281 .., . Va Yarga, 0 H Stress-strain bellarior of elastic materials: selected prob- loms of large deformations, bv O. H. Varga. New 1 ork, Interscience Pttblishers ,19GG, :.~.- ,- x~-~_ hl_S~L n) . x, iJO p. Illus. 24 cm. (Polymer revle«s, v.15) itlhllnrrnnhv ! n_ 18T_ 1. Rubber--Testing. 2. Deformltions (Jtecbinlcs) 3. Strlins and stresses. L Title. , (Series) i 620.191 GG-13100 I :
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' M~ , ;1"WNT OF SOM-E rxNaTrcS ru~CI)r 'j'HECl1AY,nCTERISTICS OF S^:OY.k.'N.S ANA NOiiSl,10t:£P.S9,, by Aruce C. Strai.tr cnd Lee Sect:reaC. J. Consulting Psyct-•al. 27 (Db. 3) 2kU (19b3)
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Q 123 St r r. AN ILLusxr.~.'ZGUIDL TO MEDICAi, TERtiINaLOGY - 1ONg • 12.0 PeaEo Tha Wi111ms ead Will•,irs Co. Sts.1tLaore .Y..._..s--
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76 RI Re-78 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PA4PHLET 76 XI Re-7u s.p. (Sinqapore) HATE Cr1'•'Pt'.IGi1 CATCvI:;:i 0:! IN JPcPAi1. Straits Tines (Sinvawre) 1978, n.p. (June 20, 11073) - in Er.Igish
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,. - .DISSERTATIONS-=MICHIGAN STATE.UNIVERSITY/--': .' TOBACCO= Sp O C ; i ,:. . . ING--PSYCH0L0GY/SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISIiING/. = _ ; M I n,,' fOCSAL CO l Tl~NZ M1p CO . AL SETTLYC IN S2lOKINC ODNritOL ~ t~1%':.u.v: . .. ~~•'~•.. a . _ . J. .. . . . '.. '~ ~ . . . 416 THESIS tobmitted to KiNiaan State Oniver.ity `'' =O p i ast al fulfillment of the reQuirementi tos the degree of M/1S2E1t OF AR?S ., .;; Depastment of P.ychology , I\
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J N •A.ICd14Lt.r, tjT7T.t~`~,f:ia mvi LidGi.:C,D t1x . ~sr17T~ ~S'~/G . •Y~'iwt'L~ 'er1 oI{'~r~j •c~.cd 9L;J.~1 J-ur.utog •sriur=i; °0 p:zo tTr~~,~a:toi! •a 'snT •p lta i
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f iso272 5071. ~ ~i91s) fP ~ - . . - i- . . . . - - l Fa~.~aW ~ " a~.c +~ RED PEPPER PRODUCTIVITY IN RELATION TO IRRIGATIO*1, • Za the oonditioas ot sosth Slo.etla, additional irri• - tatiea ot red peppar is an atfacti.o intsositicatioa tactor .~iaoreasin= its prodaeti.itT, stabilisie= its yislda in elt• satiesllT loss fa.oierabio eiressstancee. The resnlts •t• . tar*• ysar's lisld exporinsnta•abe..d that the quantity ot • risld •es intloooood by irritation tbronZb diaiaishioS the aosber ot dwAtod oe dsotroto,t plants and•thraogh iaeras• : siru the totel soigst dt t`rnits and tbs . anaber ot traits pr . ds tbo easis et ealaneiet tbs esnrao et aoil eei.taro, tbo exp.risoot axacntad, ro daritod.tbo *alnos of tands• .. . , ~. . +- . . osatal Ideal precipitations for the culti.ation rsgios et N r • • • . _. . ~ . so ~tbo~ S~°•~ a,~' • '~pr. rlatsdnsos et abicb vas tsato`1 ~ ~.isf tbe~OeaoRi f'tiritlf p~5~'itiir~ rsauitg.... . ; - : _. :.r '• . ~.......~.~ - . I `
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0k.*i W.":0 Fi"TejT "• :; •0:1 C--m,awa qm,zd.;u a~aaqo~, Qo4:3T.10:) *r= .tcn .,il 01 i;i.,T-2 u=-Lou -,"I CIV O."TOilr Qu 461.17 .4l~''.~' ~.~cl C~ :13~tsc;1 YCJ7 :~am4;:~"`~al . .o qs ry ` 4~~;'.S. I.'..i.~ik: Y.LV ~:~:'lYJ:1 ~ltfCPt1SL9~`'CtSI+tA~f.ipwt~. ~~...,..~.e~+~...~..-~r~.......-..--.~ , . -....~.'.~...~..~......-.~~.~ .~t~~. . . ~
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Holt, Rinehart and Winston, Inc. New York Chicago San Francisco Atlanta Dallas Montreal Toronto London Sydney \ David T. Kollat Roger D. Blackweli James F. Robeson The Ohio State University
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(( 50272 50 77 'P1~iE C:GMICAI. COhC£NTP,ATIO:1 AND SLrCTROC:RAYHIC -DETCP.MIiS:1'L''LO:d OF CERTAIN -tilt.OR TZRACi? ME'LA1.S ZN PI1thT FSAZ'F:ItYAL, by A. StYSsheim and D,' J. Eve. PhoCostat fromt J, South African Chemv Lnst.-.- 4,'1•1S (1961) .
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ZT'i UK L~Zi . EI'FL'•ia' OF k':i ON 1.TERFAvF~~I, 1=ZI,"S SSS AtdD SZI: Ckt1DE OIL-1JATEP. L'c:ULSTOt:S. Jaur. Pctgol. Technology 2Q (3) 303-312 (t4ar.296a)
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18trateg tesmefa r-r! mpr:='ngL i'1eSeGimt`i%U t1fiZaIio•~ ' 76 T~Lt-7R u.T.T. T`.In(ISTRTAT. T.TATSnN wR11r,RA*t Much technically excellent research is never used. Careful research has uncovered a variety of strategies to overcome this problem. _ Edward B. Roberts M.I.T. I Alan L. Frohman Boston University .'. 50272 5086 Chart at left - The several possible paths of innovation do not work equally well. Some pathways (market information generation, for noed to be used continuously throughout the process. GsiLrs (solution through adoption or adaptation of existing technclccy) are highly effective in some innovation attempts, but irrelevant u c:ner cases. Omitted for the sake of simplicity are the numerous feedback loops from later to earlier stages; these reficct the true Iterative character of the innovation process. The original vsrs::.a pf this diagram appeared.in Myers and Marquis. Successlul Commerciallnnovations. We have added more detail to rcliect our . perception of the importance of market•related inputs to fffcccti.e productprocess change, while also indicabng the mulGose Interactions between the "world of technology" and a comoar,y s cr . governrnent agency's research and development effcrta.
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~502?2 5060 . C~. ~,.~. l f l l ' h ficienc f or the dia9nosis of ~in c , de y in man y. n air ysis o zinc eve s Ana ' WLUV11.L}: T. $TEAI)D[AN, CH.Uti.l:S A. LANli/1II, JR., WILLIAM 1'. BERLINER, und WALTER J. PORIES •,Bodtcstcr, N. Y., and 11'riyltt•Pattcrson Air Force Basc, Ohio Prcviovs {nvutiyations of animals and man have a)+o>cn that the tissue cnntcnt of various trace mctals enay corrclatC tcith the clcmcntnl content in thc hair. To dctcrminc wb..thcr hair sine levels reflect zinc drficicncy and sufflcicncy in man, studies ltaue bccn made of sinc•dc/lcicnt mate EyyptVan du;nrjs, bc/or.c and ojtcr oral thcrapy with zinc sul/atc, and of *ormal malcs residing in Cairo, liyypt. The avcraye zine content in the hair of the Sorttal Ispyptittni was 10f.8 ± 4.4 )xtrts pcr miltion (p.p.+n.), and in the untrcatcd dicar/i, ...- _ . dteor/s.t o 121.1 ± 4.8 1~.L.m. and clinical allr•fiAtion of thc zinc dch~ ctcnr9 • .yndrornc. Ilair - ' ~ __.. . ! S.S p.p.m. Oral zin sueerapy prodnccd an at+crayear znceve ine 541clfat th hii ll th 1 I\ .
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., ._ . . : . . .~. xs`...~ ...:~a~......a....c.:~:.e•.':u;.:'x~.-.L~i pt QD . Methoden der orgnnischen Cliemio (Houben-1Vey1) 4. vullin 251 neu gestaltete Aufl., hrsg. von I:u;;en ALiiller untcr beson- __ M derer Diit«irkung von O. Bayer, Ii. Dieerwein Lund, K. Ziegler. Stuttgart, G. Thicme,1J52- 1. Chemistry, Organic. r. Houben, Josef. 1375- ed. n. Nepl, Theodor, 1851-1913, ed. ui. I11Uller, L•'ugen, 1flU;r- etL QD258.1i44 , A 54-5G03 Georgia. Inst. of Tech. for Library of Congress \
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CANCER--CAUS ATION BY CHF.MICALS/ AMES-TYPE TESTING/ CHEti[ICAL INDUSTRY INSTITUTE OF TOXICOLOGY, WORKSHOP, PROCEEDINGS OF, Research' Tr~ingle Park, N. C. Aug. 11-12, 1977/CRC TOXIC OLOGY SERIES/MUTAGEVESIS/ E`rICS--DISEASE/ GENETICS--CHEMI CAL/CARCINOGENICITY/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHE,*ti ~ QH , 46S ><< ., ~ {. BU 1c.'+~t ' i ~' " I979 ~ i President Chemical Industry Institute of Toxicology :arch Triangle Park, North Carolina ' . Editor-in-Chief CRC Toxicology Series Leon Golberg
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0 Richard F. Vancil and Peter Lorange Reprinted /rom 0
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DorA, Rolaad T. STRATL'GY FOR PA'lEIST PROFITS 1967 133 Pages Noyes Developweant Corporatioa Park RidSe, ti. J, 0
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BUSINESS PL`ANNING/MANAGEMENT--PLANNING/U. S. GOVERNMSIQTS/. CORPORATION6--PLANS/._ : I CoA-79 ~ ~s0272 5082
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HD A 69 ~ Fu• a c. rurot, Si.dn3y f l GL TRS STR..TEGY OF CHAaCli Y•'OR L'USINESS SUCCESS edited by Furst, Siduey and Hilton Shemar: 1969 136 pt:~ea Clarkson M. Potter, ?'nc. t;2w York, N. Y.
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.. . ; XX ~ ~ ...,... , Procecdln;s o: a 50272. 5091 . ;~MeA Symposium Convened by the Rockefe?ler Focnunt?_on, ' niversity 1968, at the Kockef eller L (1968)Aaril 1-2 , Rockefeller Foundation STRATEGY BOR THE CONQUEST OF IWhCLR, Proceedings of a Symposiuan Convened by the Rockefeller Founcation -- Apri2 1-2, 1968, at the Rockefeller University. 1968 131 Pages RockefelXer roundation New York, riew York 11
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. .. . _ _._~.. 50272 5078 f .. 1 967 4 Adv. Res. a ( Jour 1967) T _ , _ . . tne, dvertising eight and the Keward ~ '8 XI Aa179 P . : S Value of the Brand -r Hts is 'rrts 'rHtxD in a series of papers repprting eriments on consumer ex ato t oE labo s , , p r ry e ~,, a the enmencs is all of the ex it i li I i h b . p n c mp or. av e image of a consitmer receiving a stream of, advertis•;i, ~ d `hen ;~ its m9,saF& dp~in ~on~ i~e(iod~E t~e malcinv a nurefi'ase c7eciston. It is assumedfat Yeal-X; -----o . ' life purchase decisions are detennined in: part bv r.. WILLIANI D. WELLS University of Chicago This laboratory sitnulation of advertising messages suggests that brand superiority combined with advertising dominance is the most effective way, to induce "purchase" and "brand loyalty.'•' vertising influences as prices, pacT:aging, displ; previous experiences with different brands, anc on. In the experiments, however, all the non-ad- tising influences are either controlled or elimina: and the effects of the advertising only are testec The early experiments in the series irere desig' to trct the influences of two fartnrs o'~ rh(1~ - lE_-i _~
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. Hunter, R. (Inde ende, 50272 5089 RJR CLASS NO. PA.*H'H].ET 76 X Hu-78 Mmokin Health) ~` British Thoracic Tuberculosis Soc.; Scottish Thoraic Soc., paper, Edinburg, 5 p. (July 1977) (in English) . could be scientifically unsafe to exolate the favourable evidence we I 1substitute in circumstances widely differcnt frotn those for the tests, it tutes and particular types of tobacco Ifmanufacturers w•ishrd to use the *Note_ date*_ ~~ This is not io say'th-at iny'Commitice is now prcpared to see t}te ~ unrestrictcd use of these substances. We have laid down a number of safeguards. \Ve believe that we should retain control to the extent that # manufacturers should state the precise proportion of inclusion of the 't substitute and the other sprciGcatic+ns of the cigarettes:vhich vl ill con- ' tain it. There are two reasons for this. Firstly, the scientific evidence l, relates only to particular proportions of tobacco with tobacco substi- ~ yy.....~ - L r
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FOOD---CREPfICAL COPiPOSITION/AROMA/PRUITS/VEGr'rA 13L'ES--BSSENCI:S AND ESSF7dTIAL OrT.SJ SP1CtiS/BRF.AD/1`tILK PRODUCTS/EGGS AND POULTRY/MEAT/FISII/BF:VY.RAGES/PINEAPPLESjP!!PAYA,1 PASSION FRUIT/CITRUS FRUITS/POPCORN/COCOA/110NEY/PEANUTSIIr'UTS/SOYI3EAN/ : CENTRAAL. INSTITUUT VOOR VOEDINGSONDERZOEI( Utrechtseweg 48 Zelst 4JLO CENTRAL INSTTTUTE FOR NUTRITION AND FOOD RESEARCH i INSTITUT CENTRAL DE LA NUTRITION ET GE L'ALIMENTATtON 1ENTRALINSTIM FOR ERNAHRUNGSFORSCHUNG RAPPORT NR. R 4030 r-.- LISTS OF ~jQla/1TILC COrU'OUNDS IN FOOD. ~ + ,Tune 1973 . . (third eSition) first edition 1963 Report R 1687 _ :a.cs Flora de `lrijer -1
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.- so27z• 5o7a-- -iw __' IGARLTTE.S--`tEAIGL.IIAI--J~^r~c~T~s _-nRUG ~*T NIS.T.I~.A{ zQ~l . . OBACCO--St~I3STITUTES AR , N '.v'.T013ACC0 PJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X Ha Hagers Handbuch Pharmazeutischen Praxis "MEDICIhAL" CIGARETTES. . •.. ., *(Zigarettcn.)* ` Hagers Handbuch Pharmazeutischen Praxis, 4th. ed. . Vol. 7, p. 1015 (1971)...(in German) :; . ..•;_*Keywords:* hpiladonna, miscellaneous, additive; ~ ramo miscella i m ? a dditi , , ne Q u us, a ve; Ah =-` u 1glLSlls, IDl:rcellaneous, aaalClve; ~ ~~mphor, miscellaneous, additive; ~thenthol, miscellaneous, additive. ~2 s .. ._ ~ : Abstract: Tobaccoless cigarettes which are or were available in Germany are `~ described. This includes,.for example, cigarettes made from medicinal plants such as belladonna, stramonium, and digitalis;-for use against asthma, as well as camphor cigarettes cotisisting of a paver tube containing grains of -'- camphor which are not Lighted, and menth9l cigarettes ~aving a paoer tube stuffed with filter paper which has been'imnregnated with a menthol solution.. 4:s r ~ ~ 0 ~~:S.S~'~. . . . . • . . L.Y+,~ .._ . .- \ .- . . . , ~I. ..!-1•~...'1' -. ~~.. .A:'.. . . . .- . . -. . ~ . . - 1
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5027.2--5092 Usk Rorce on Fe,vira=iental Health -sutd Related Problena . A STRATEGY FOR A LIOABLE EtiV3,FftI4'i~iBNT 1967 I U.~S. Dept. of Uealth, Educ.etion and T"41fnre 90 Ps.;ee Washi,ngtan ..ja"
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50272 5098 ,rournal of Family Therapy (1980) 2: 311-326 80 II Ey-80 Is there a'psychosomatogenic' familv?* S.P. Peter J. Loadert, Warren Kinstont and Review ot th~ litenture revealed twb family theories of psychosomatic illness: the 'enmeshed' family of Minuchin and the family with affect disturbances. We interviewed twelve families, each containing a child with eczema. Most, but not all, of the families do fit in with one or other or both of the proposed interactional patterns, but the theory of a single family type, the 'psychosomatogenic family', is not supported. This complements the studies of individuals where specificity hypoth. : ~es}mveArov~ oversimplified. : ~7 v ' . \
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( 50272 5094 ' CTFJIT['i(`_Y_.1~&~ _pRAf`~S` - Rudd, Dal.e P. STRATEGY OF PROCESS EtIvIHEEBUG, by Dalo P. Rudd aAd Cludr1e8 C. W&tSori 1968 466 PAgas Joba Wtlay & Sons, Inc. t7ena York I
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t Carnnaie lnstitute of :ec::: ology, Graduase 5choe1 of Induar_r;al Adr.inistraticn . A COLLECTION OF PA"i?HLIMS 1952- Plrt5'our&`e, Pa!:nspj•: * :j•; \ \
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QC 879 Wo 1982 U.S. National Aeronautics 6 Space Administration.U.S. Federal Aviation AdMinistration.U.S. National Oceanic & Atmospheric Administration. WMO Global Ozone Research & Monitoring Project, Report No. 11, collaboration with the United ations nV ronraen rogr M, World Meteorological Organization.Geneva, Switzerland.82 J. ~. I5N = 3996 '0 F N E i t P a ,A meeting of_experts on the state of the stratosphere held at HaMpton VirainiaUSA. 18-22 May 1981, organized in 0" ~. t ,
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/ION-iALECULE P.F.ACTIONS/ (~JANTt'M CY.C?aIiTRY/ J.IGtiT CCA?T:?Ri;1G/ /PICOSECOND SPrCiRO$COP`.'/ 111:1'iBRAi:ES/ vl.P,}:'TiC CoUt./ LIQIILnc/ /KINETICS/ PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY/ GAS P'IASI:/ ELEC'TfiOC'IiEi1iCAL INTEItPACrS/ I'OLLL'TI01v/ :_r.TIZ1ITOSPIiF.,'tE/ YI;i:LS/ W.YLEIGH I OPTICAL ACTIVITY/. RAAtAN OPTICAL ACTIVITY/ IzKEO;4S/ ANNUAL REVIEW OF PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY "• VOLUME 26 1,975 . H. EYRING, Editor ANNUAL REVIEWS INC 4139 El. CAMINO WAY 1 University of Utah PALO ALTO. CALIFORNIA S4W6 ` \
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~ 50272 5099 /OZONE/ FLUOROCARBOIZS/ FREONS/ AEROSOLS/ /CLIMATE/ CHLORINE/ BROMINE/ AEROSOLS--1'RUPLLLANTS/ III Duz-75 S. P. . ; T,rk Force Transcript of Proceed_ngs, Interaqency on Inadvertent 6lodification$of the j 6C. Coiincii7on Environmental Quality, 722 Jackson P1. 1I;W „ Washinlj~lton, D.C. 20006, and Federal Council , for Science and Technology, 1800 G St. N.W., . Washinaton. D.C. 20550 The Task Force was formed in response to concerns about effects of some fluorocarbons and other inert gaseous compounds uyed as the chief propellant in aerosol products and as coolants and foaming agents. The com:nittee meeting transcribed here is one vehicle for gathering information. The Task Force plans to produce a preliminary report by June on what is and is not known, ongoing and needed research, and federal programs. The Task Force is charged to look at all possiblo man-induced changes in the stratosphere. ~..»~...... NATIONAL TECHNICAt INfORMA1ION S[RVICE YS W....... M C....n. , . . . t ' f wM+r 4 JnH d.. \ ~
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.i 1969 1 Central Institute for Hutrition and Food ReseaTch 79 pages Netherlands TP.._. ... r . ~ 370 4le Woutmrut, C. 0 L LISTS OF VOLATILE COMYOU::DS wFQOD, 2nd !v _ 1C, ed., by C. Weutman and S. van Strateu.
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AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, DIVISION OF ORGANIC 174th meeting/ F NISHES AND COATINGS/ sr... odern r ontainer Coatings + TS. ' .r: . . , . ' " American Can Compan ' . y -. . RDITOR . PDDL COATINGS AND PLASTICS ' l L rE^'a4ISTRY, A symposium sponsored by the Division of Organic Coatings and Plastics Chemistry at th.-- 174th Meeting of, the American Chemical Society, Chicago, IL, August 29- September 2, '1977.
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50272---5106--_ - -_ _- _ __ __ - -•~-_ - _ - --- ----- r -- III DUl2 77 , Roport No. : - 2. Govornin.nt Accossion No:; S.P. DOT-TST-75-53 4. P.r/oneiny Or9anisetion Namo ond Addross Institute for Defense Analyses Science and Technology Division 400 Army-Navy Drive Arlington, Virginia 22202 12. Sponsoriny Aqoncy Norno ond Addroso Department of Transportation Climatic Impact Assessment Program Office of the Secretary of Transportation Washington, D.C. 20590 13. Supplomontory Noto. s/ , f • NA - 6. Por(orminy Oraonieoiion R.p .. r:.,.. ( ..,i. DOT-TST-75-53 10. Work Unit No. (TRAIS) NA' 11. Contract or Gront No. DOT-OS-30057 ' 13. Typo of Roport and P.riod C , \ f '
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' GA~:C~It-'=ii:$',--I'RO~RA."iSfCAwC~R--PRCVEid~YON AND CONTR6i./ -~ 50272 5081 . ~ • Natzonal ~ -_ Cance-r Program U.S. Department.of Health, Education, and Wclfare/ SPublic Health Service/ National Institutes of . Health • .~..d...~
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4 . ; III Du2-77 S.P. . ...~----- - - - g18L10GRAPHIC DATA SHEET-,=- , ' - • - -" .. :~.~....Ln.. ~... ~J~_. .. Report No. NC/1R/CQ-4+1975-ASP 1. • i (50272 5104 _y~..~ . .. . .. i1~ . ~ ... ...J.L- ... ~ _ ... 2.' 4. Title snd Subtitle q ~ 0-S) s 1y, AuthJoorhn H. E. Clark, Coordinator q. Ptrforming Organization Name and Address National Center for Atmospheric Research P. 0. Box 3000 Boulder, Colorado 80303 ly, Spoosoriog Organization Name and Address 3. .cipient's A ces ion No.-~53 ~7. Vol II. 7 14-18 .7 6. 8. Performing Organization Rept. No. 10. Pro'eet/Task/Work Unit No. A vancedl Study Prog.,NCAR 11. Contract/Grant No. NSF C-760 13. Type of Report & Period Covered National Science Foundation Final-Colloquium Notesl 1800 G Street 14. Washington, D. C. 20550 . ~ A nine-week colloquium involving a selection of scientists an graduate students was held at the National Center for Atmospheric Research in an attempt to assess the present sta s 4~ se~' cb, o th s at~s,p~ r and mesosphere and foresee future trends. The~colloq~uiu~l' consi~te~ oda3ly'le~ures by invited speakers who each par- ticip ted for two weeks, afternoon seminars by visitors, and a workshop on the use of J_ -L_ _r ...... ..,. ..r.....~.,t.~,.o ,1 ~ \ 51ft1°flanJ'P7/21-8%15/76
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+ STRATOSPHERE/OZONE/ AEROSOL i- -• . QC , F vl CI-ILOROI?LUOROC:1RliC)ivS 879 " ; INI1 TI-IF. LNX'IRO\'kILVT: SU •rt.,. A . , - 1980 a, & aa., A ,,....,~.,a .J%J aIt_JL... ~, „y f" "• ~ Et/IrOIt: T. M. SUGDEN. C.Ft.E.. F.R.S. Master of Trinity Hall University of CambNdte and T. F. WEST fotmer Editor-in-Chief Society of Chemiul Industry PubGshedfor!he by OCIETY OF CIiENICAL ELLIS f1ORN'OOD LID.. • INDUSffRY. London Pubtishers, Chichester i
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I "! . TELEMETRY/ III Du -77 2. S.P. ' 50272 511 0 _...._.......~ - - . , . .. : __ ._..._.._._ Theodore J. Pepin Principal Investigator Dept, of Physics and Astronomy University of lt'yoming r ;. December 1975 " rac tratospheric e Gas Measurements FINAL REPORT 0 N R Contract N00014-70-A-0266-0009 NR 21 -173 APP-2 • _....++... •.. ~.+~"' ~
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, (50272 51 03 III Du2?7s S.P.~ i . CT PATOC4)CPA lI a)P>:OIIb1 ' I ~- ~ • K. 11. 1i01IJUATLBB jJ. B. II03JI,Uf1i:OB Rond fafye t/ pozodya.c%iI . . . . . . Ya fiONDRATYEV n V K •' TOZD~IYAKOV -' • !' A Ie reviews prsented of possible consequences of freons Impacts on the' ozone layer -hieh show that the «cblorine* mechanism is the most powerful factor of antropogenio destruction of ozone. Oxygen, hydrogen, nitrogen and chlorine cycles are compared and • possibilities are discussed of spectroscopical determination in the atmosphere of the most.. significant minor gaseous components taking part in these cycles. The necessity is stres- ~' sed of the complex studies of tho chlorine mechanism In'the#conditions of the rdal at- `' '' mosphere and also of the laboratory studies of the reaction constants. .~ .~,.,, .. iDIZYecltoro p13pyluennsl caosi 030IIa CBCp\3ny1:OBOli aBlia1j11eII (C3A) olca3a- .~~lucj. IIpeyne.mtqenul.tallt, oc.ylqecTBaellue o5luupuoiu nporpaatslsz ouenxl>; Boa- .neilcTnlls na I::InxaT (110131t), 3Anep11111BA1e1icfl Ily6.llilianIIGt CepIIII n3 IIICCTII itouorplcjnlil [1), nol;a3ti:1o, nro oupeAe:renul.le a(D4)exTU Bo3jleilCTBlifi C3A 3inII 80IIlle IOIIpOl7.9eliL'BO.~CIICTB113!"II0(0301f R~(~)TOl)O.BOB (i~(~)peOIOBa~, HoTOpHO It 601blLnx 1:0:1119eCTnax Bbll)yCl:a10TCH B aT?foC(T)epy, II cBA3aIISOrO - ~ -_I" tf.nrrR nonf7lrnYA P'1nA ua 1 _ ' .~.~ -i r \ 6 e tt=llfL' -~Cj/~ijPj-gJrO7 l~ )
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ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES AND APPLICATIONS, VOL. 4/ATMOSPHERE/ ~SQ272 5102 UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME /AIR--POLLUTION/STRATOSPHERE/ J ; THE OZONE LAYER RoeeedioV of the Meetiaa of Fsperts De,ianated by Governments, iater=overamental and Nanaovernmeotal Organizations on the Ozone Layer Or`aniud by the United Natioo. Environment Programme in Washington DC. 1-9 March 1977 FlI1M .. .: ,..,: .r ASIT K. BISWAS I Dir.cte., du.w .w/ Anociau. Ott.w. Canada rnbiirhed toe tbe ` UNITED NATIONS ENVIRONMENT PROGRAMME r/ I 1 ` \
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1 50272 II Du -77 ~ 5119 S.p. 2 CHF.Z•tISTRY AND PHYSICS OF THE STRATOSPIIERE. reprinted from : P.eviews of , nys cs , .3, F. S. Rowland and M. J. Molinn T/,o.ll•Alorofluoromcthanes in the Environment 1-36 E. Bauer and F. R. Gilmore _ C!, y' . Effect of Atmospheric Nuclear Explosions on Total Ozone 451-458 , E. R. Reiter 1~ •C-H' b,gtratospheric-Tropospheric Exchange Processes 459-474 R. D. Cadlc and G. IV._Grams Y U. A'icolet", ti•a4A'1,Stratospheric Ozone: An Introduction to Its Study 593-636 IL S. Johnston - tti•r'-YGlobal Ozone Balance in the Natural Stratosphere 637-649 J. A. Ry no and N. R. Jtlukherjce ~~.81 1t,Sources of Stratospheric Gaseous Chlorine 650-658 ' i -T. Shimoraki and R. C. Whitten A Gomparirnn of One-Tli .npnsi!+nal Theeretical Diwiels of Stratospheric Minor Constituents r l.i ~,(+jltlichael B. AleElroy, James IV. Elkins, Stephen C. lVojsy, and Yuk Ling Yung _ ~:~rces and Sinks for Atmospheric N20 i33-150 ; ~ ' 'L. C. Andersoe0 S 0 Q 0 ~ 1. 6 g'.8 g6g•,Atmospheric Chemical Kinetics Data Survey 151-171 . ~ . -----__ . - -- t \ 1-12
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50272 5109 AIR--POLL11TI0:~/('ANCJ?R--CAUSATI(1N/NITROGEN nXIDES/ Environmental Ynpact of Stratospheric. {.L1MAlIG lMl'AGl GUMM171hb - - _ --Nfitional Research Council FlightNational Academy of Sciences National Academy of Engincering BIqLQ GICAL AND C~LIMATIC EEFECTS OF IRCRAFT EMISSIONS IN THE STRATOSPHERE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES WASHINGTON, D.C. 1975 t-.- b. ~--~ ~- -. --~-:= -~- -~- _ . °~ . w \~
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~l 0 1 6.ts, 7 U _. {~. . 10. Work Unit No. 11. Contract or Grant No. 13. Type of Report and Period Covered Sponsoring Ageney Name and Address Reference Publication Natiooal Aeronautics and Space Administration Rasbiagton, D.C. 20546 :_: ,:, ,.. ,114. Sponsoring Agency Code lUtfis document reports the conclusions of a Workshop held by the National Aeronautics and Space Adminis- - tration In June, 1979, to assess those aspects of our cuucA t knowledge that pertain to the modification of tbe stratosphere by anthropogenic activities which lead to the release of halocarbons, nitrous and nitric mtide, carbon dioodde, etc. Naturally occurring perturbations such as related to solar or volcanic activity . aseL'lcewise considered. The basis of model descriptionis given in terms of the laboratory data for rates , asd aoss sections and the types of models suitable for.arious purposes. Observed distributions of various . traoe species ate considered in terms of their sources and removal mechanisms and are compared to values ~ --~ ' \
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1 50272 5012 .~_ - ... . . , ,~_ ...,, T:.s : -t ~,• -.: `f, -r: ' ; •~. : -•. . HLET VJI Re-79 s.p. VII Re-79 S••~'• RJR CLASS N0. PA~iP • Ger ) Merker J• : Dresden h•~ ' , , • 1 Tabakkontor VEB iter p ~:' b e (Wissenschaftl:iche Mitar NG OF TOBACCO. • :•~ Y`;: CHIIiICAL SUCKER CONTROL_ POLLOWII~ TOPPI - r'v =~~Y• *(>an Beitrag zur cliemischenGeiztriebhemmung nach dem Kopf en des . Taba s. h _ (1977/78)(in German wit 24/25) 5 37 1977/78 (No. ,.• • ~ ; fi } . . .ti_ , , ; . , . . ~. ~ ~.. , • , Triat. Tabakfors~ 12 GY• -._English summary)` zri'';ttprt,a :olamine-maleidrazide tobacco, *Ke oras:~ ma46AU ~.. N,1t•1u•rroutrolnbry•ntt:cut'rirtlout[roin 1:1i1t^ 1971 u ^t~'tlt6 I ' ` Nll 1 Ltficldlrtlll`1\\'llllr, I l r,•ttitltx %ct•rv ul,t,tint+l: . ". , . ' ` ' . . ' ^f rl'~„ 40111 ..• ALtlzitl ~~. n 1p°u +t1pu"1nx ~•nNtd'; ^t' r•t... on tl ttt.nx. hax 1,rorr'1 t~ iN it 1;^oi[ 1 ~ lxr•n u~rl its Ihr 1:.1.lt. trt r. 1 i. .u... ....•..+h_ or r.vrtt Vr•rv {;,u>, tt~ ,t w„ . . ..- . _.. : . ~.,t~...•n culfurr•x ul Ihr rntc of i~ltit -to u. • In 197i~btlritl :ltl a,t• ty IMlryy ttr r • n;tt•r trq,~~inh: wit il 9L1[•r, :s •l l ; iatt . 1 i Iflut. ~f •- li(Ip 1~9,x ('-.~~'.'..~• rl~ra~'r,) iuuiur la, use in lub,trcu culti- un,t11N rini.++inu for •~tr ~I t ~ tut i I a•ill IM• t;ulir.t+ l uuatt r^uryx in t^ , V vn4iun wux };irt•n tn t u• t:.tI.tc.. - : ', ;. .. . . . -. , . difticult it r= in mt rlutnii,•tl tront tn~~~~ " Sinrr. liZ tx It K"it,it ni Lt r t uult•ul +t0t•nl 11-i•n• rttti: n^ r.. s .~......r -
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, i 50272 51. 17 .,. ~ _ OF THE ATMOSPHERIC •SCI.ENCES. 1G7(o> r1a i -n ~~iriffe + s ra FS . ~ ,. , Dtpartrnent of Physits& Astronomy, University of IYyourinj, Lararnit 81071 JEAN LABY t Department of Physicr R.4AF, University of Melbourne, lfdbou.ne, Australia (Manuscript received 9 June 1975, in revised form 1911fay 1976) above about 17 km is apharcnt. P hi i I ' Il t R l 7) ( pcriod in terms of large volcanic eruptions at stations ranging from 35°N to 90°_~ arc utilized in a study of the global spatial and temporal variations and for sulful budget and aerosol source considerations. Similar- ! Balloon-borne measurements of the stratospheric sulfate aerosol from late 1971 to mid-1973, a quiescent extvcted from a quasi-static natural exchange of tropospheric air.: .,,; . source. SO~ budgctary• considerations and model calculations favor a larger injection of SO, than would be ilics In the aerosol loading in the two hcmisphcres, both spatial and temporal, are evident. An apparcnt long-term decay in total aerosol appears to have occurred globally during thc'period suggesting a transient t . D. J, HOFMaYN, J, M. ROSEN AND ;j. M. KYERNAN , Q. ~.~ $•rPat't'I) As in the Laramic soundings, littlc ~~ariation !. Introduc~a 5 Q 0 Q ar . n t s scr cs o oscn e a .,9 o paixrs ( ~•s similar d:t a Fi~ 2 sho. ., .- . _ \
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D1CL10GRarti0- unt:. I•• " N(:,A1UCU-4+1975••nSY SMtET 1. 1 itlc aad Suhtie II1 Du2 l S.P:; ~ OPIP, 7. Authrr(al - Jc-In) ll.;_ I:., Clark, Coorclina tor 4. 1'ctinrwing (lryntnizatinn Namr and Addreas National Center for Atmospt:eric Research P. 0. Box 3000 Boulder, Colorado 80303 12. Sponsoring Organization Name and Address National Science Foundation 1800 G Street Washington, D. C. 20550 present status of research on the stratosphere and mesosphere and foresee future A nil;le-week colloquium involvin,g a se~,ection of scientists and graduate students heldJat.r~thP N~io~lQen}er (7f ox~iA4osPheric Research in an attempt to assess the 3. hcctpicnt'- Acc. ;u;; Pb• .1ZS 3 j l 11 Sl `~•:ind'•7 /21-1 % i Vol_...I-I. 7 1•5- JSr.~. I8. 1'a•r(urming 1111;.,ni: .tt it. t Na. 10. 1'rojrct/7•a. k!u•nrk t; t A vanced Study Prog. 11. Conuact/Graat No. NSF C-760 16. Abstcacta I• trends. The colloauium consisted nf dai lv 1 prr-ttrna }w invi tori Cnp~]rprc ..,}~n 50272 5105
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~50272 5113 ~_.. ... _ a Department of Physics and Astronomy, University of Wyoming, Laramie, Wyosiing 8: ;..~. the eruption of La Soufriere and less than l montb'' from a large equatorial eruption have! after the eruption of Sierra Negra. The aerosol was ~he injected material tends to start characterized by a very steep size 6istribution in ' toward higher latitudes only at the the 0 15 to 0 25 m radius range and contained a vinter in eacb of the respective hem! northern hemisphere commencing about 7 months after .'` Past observations of the spread of Abstract. Large disturbances were noted in the stratospheric aerosol content in the aidlatitude , volatile component._ Heasurements near the equator and Sicks, 1980). The essential sea o e n a a e s r ance thP1 idi t thtth dit b f 1 a -f'' d' h S t t th i i l e- e u e u n a c on pattern aF o o e genera c rcu at 11, s waa widespread. These observations were made before Newell (1971) and Danielson (1979) wc the May 18 eruption of Mt. St. Helena. ~ ,..~ ~ " . Intt;odsttiost -u21 RO~E JM GEOPHYS F • 7, NO. 9, PAGES 669-672, SEPTEMBER 1980 GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, VOL. V consistent with just this sort of bebF fore an increase in the stratospheric Laramie (41.2°N, 10S°W) from La Soufr' would not occur until November or Dec 04- Qf- lo.o.. ..nnf.A at a riw
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' OPERATIO• RESEARCH ErppT O~CVYENiAiqN !•~'~'~~~'- 770439 OAOE ..._~.,' ~ ~ a rn..N, woNn. Decexer 1977 '. Mft"y J.E. Ar+estrong, W.W. Narman l R/r.INww41{ prjMUMW N,.V W MI'IM la PM.el/7,H/AM U-i1 IM ' i ity Stanford Univer Department of Engineering-Econonaie,Systems Stanford, California 94305 1d ERS 7522?88 . . ~1 V. /,M.MM" p...MYNM N,wy,M /4Fws Applied Science and Research Applications (ASRA) !i T/M ./ WwA . M.~ Cw-M Final Report nce Foundation i l S i e c ona Nat 1800 G Street, N.W. Washin ton 0 . 20550 LLM MN»^~7 Sa A..r.a n..+: i°e ..«+ This report attempts to synthesize from a sample of accumulated experiencE over the oast ten years a guiding skriltegy to aid an interdisciplinary teaa in the conduct of a tech- nology assessment. The resulting sequential strategy corsists of three main functional elements apportioned into eight subelements and suppiemerted by six cross-cutting con- , cerns. An array of operations, techniques, and precedures have been assembled from theory and practice as candidates for the conduct of each of the-fourteen identified tasks. Following the presentation of the basic strategy, four ways of categorizing technology assessments were identified and their effect on emphasis within the basic . strategy was noted,~~~~r
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450272 5123 , LOS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO 87545 1 L~ ry'~rl VIJNITED STATES UC-t3 Reporting Date: September 1975 Issued: October 1975 RESEARCH_AND DEVELOPMENT VELOPMENT ADMINtSTRATION C Tn~ CT W-740S-ENG. 34 g ~ _ C7 ~ III Du2 77 =3!? S,P, i >i I - LA-6111-MS Informal Report . Ios\/&~mos 5cientific laboratory of the University of California
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L.. FZERRART Y" • 1961 JUtGF, CHAGNON AXU: M.1NSON S""~;~`7' . < ~ alanao n': mea E )I' riot d J CG Cl l E "' . . tag f nn a ar e.. . . J+!rtge, ChrJsttan Air Force Research Division (.ARDC) - / . (Manuscript rcccivcd 23 :liay 1960) , A bnt report Is prescntcd on a contprchcnsive study of stratoipheric acrosols up to 30 km altitude. ln- farmation was obtained on the vertical profiles as a function of particlc size, on thessae distribution of these particks and on their physical structure and chemical composition. l'ertical concentration profiles are first considcred theoretically on the basis qt equilibria between eddy 41iAusion, sedimentation. subsidence and coagul.ition. The results are compared rith two sets of data: (1) vertical protiles obtained with a recording aitken nuclei couhter which measures tLe size range of 0.01 to 0.1 microns radius and (2) vertiral profiles obtained with impactors over the size r.tne of 0.1 to 1.0 microns radius. The finet of thae indic-ates a decrease in concentratiog from the tropopause io nearly zero at 20 km, wbercas the second shows a maximum at about 20 km: - The siu diatributions of thcse partidcs were found to be quite constant W ith tiae. There Is a maximum between 0.01 and 0.1 s radius, the concentration varying inversely with the squase of the radius between 0.1 atd 1.0t. \ cr~;feN ata could be obtained for particks larger than 1.0 p 6ecase of the low eoneentra- "' 7 U~ AI3STRACT,. \
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L xxox MaR •anI 'itonvoTtmmwoo ~t8otoaqonZ traStt,l NO mmS mi3J•mOYlttTh R00'I0131TJ8z Y `Zli~(dOTSG:IQ ~11QOud ~IOt1, SSI9~ZY`d~S ('Po) uea2oK '"noow
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~ 50272 5115 ` ~ Jtn.v 1975 MM*.Wt14Wid . KL1lstiitiUtto0 s, - r ~.. J. 'M. RosEx A%n D. J. HoratAxx ' /hParfmaaf ./ PMyrks .xd Asrro,ro.eY, Ua&crtity of Wyoming, Lereede 92070 JztH LAaY , :kforlrunf.f PiyrPat RAdF, Uxtssrttly.j lfctborrns, 3felbowae, Autholta (Manuscript received 13 September 1974, In revised form 18 February 1975) J. M. ltOtiliN, D. J. IlOH~1A~~• A~D J. LABY ABSTRACT Global surveys of stratospheric and upper tropospheric aerosols have been made using baDoon-borne photoelectric particle counters. The natural variabilitY observed at each Aight tation was small enough so tlat typical pro6les could be Identified. Data are presented In the form ~f latitude cross sections showing lines of constant aerosol mixing ratio. The stratospheric aerosol layer is clearly delineated as trell as smsp transient layers in the troposphere and lower stratosphere. At high and low latitudes the aerosol mixing ratio profile apparently experiences a simple shift in altitude corresponding to the change 1457
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, i. . NOL. ltO. NO. 36 .t 50272 5126 `_. . JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH DECEMBER. 20. 1975 III Du2 77 S.P. R. G. PRINN, F. N. ALYEA, AND D. M. CUNNOLD , Deportment of Meteorolog,v. Massachusetts Institute of Technology. Combrfdge, MQJsechusetts 02139 We have developed a two-dimensional pole-to-pole chemical model of the stratosphere extending (rom 8 to 38 km in altitude. Atmospheric motions are simulated by using mean vertical and meridional winds and eddy diffusion coetficients. In the results reported here we have computed seasonally averaged dis. - tributions of important odd nitrogen (NO, NO,, and IiNO,) and odd hydrogen (H. OH. HO,. H,O,) compounds. Photodissociation of N,O leads to production of odd nitro-cn in the stratosphere and the odd nitrogen is ultimately removed by downw•ard transport into the troAsphere and rain-out (modeled here by a rain-out lifetime of 30 dr)s below 8-km altitude). Results are presented for a quasi-steady state in which seasonal cycles repeat themselves. Our results show significant latitudinal as well as vertical ,, variations in the predicted species which emphasize thc need for at least two dimensions in accurate , stratospheric modeling. Computed concentrations arc compared with observations when they exist. We ;. ' stress the need for observations of the vertical profiles of N,O. H NO,, NO,. and NO at many more.• ' . latitudes than are presently available in order to test our two-dimensional modeling approach adequately..-... , S 0 0 0 0 i 6 8 8 9 ~ INTROhUCTION . 0, I ttrwt^e..1.n.:w ni. ..nm.urt.r mnA.Ie nrMtiM:ne..(IRI
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50272 5111 ~ i/PHOTVHEMICALtSMOG FORMATION/CATALYTIC REDUCTION 0F.''STRATOSPHERICv ZONE BY jP~TROGEN OXIDE$/ RA 76 I .~..... ., . 1+7^ ~ EPIVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE Pi JAIIIES N. PITTS, JR. Uni.enity of C.lifornia Ri•enidq California and ROBERT L METCALF Uohenity of lllinoi.. , Urbaea, Illinois .,.. . Iluociate Editor ALAN C. LLO D AWiley-Interscience Publication JOIIN vVILEY S SO\ Y :S t.e%ity of Gliforoia 'NeMrTork/London/Sydney/Toronto de,(}IUorba 0 r- I
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~ 50272 5114 A hlgh correlation with tropopause hci;bt is observed. The seasonal variation appears to be superimposed u _77 ga~ y S~eil~m~o~'s~d~~i~qd~'i'~'Pitt><>~;~VattatI6~ft' approximately tao-yar period of measurement. This period comprises an interval apparently free of major volcanic actisity just prior to the extensive volcanic contributions to the stratospheric aerosol which occurred in late 1974, Jt thus may be compared to the pre-Agung era and is perhaps as close to the so-called "natural stratospheric backge+uurid conditions," jf indeed 1uch conditions ever exist, as will likely be attained in the near futura A simple seasonal.•ariation in the total stratospheric aerosol loading below about 20 km altitude doml- nates the temporal variation at Laramie, resulting ia a maximum io ia-inter and a minimum ia summer. l dri 1972d 1973 fbftti bid Itdt th and mostyung anrom a numer o saons, areeng utilizen a suy oe temporal -spatial distribution of the global atrstospberic aerosol. This paper deals with the instrumentation, eali- bration, etc., and with the results of monthly soundings from the Laramie (4t`\) station during tbe. t~,. 3a . . D. J. HoFU..xx, J. M. Rost::,, T. J. Perlv Aa~r R. G. I'lxxtct; Dcparlasel eJPky r?ct ord .ItlroKomy, URhcrtlry ef Ihkv.riNr, l.eraor7s dI070 (afanuscript recdved 13 September 1974, in revised form 18 February 1975) A$ST1tACT The results of over 70 hsiloon soundings, by the L'niversity of 11 joming's Atmospheric Physics Group . , on a long-term variation, the nature of which Is unknown. Above 20 km, no seasonal variation is evident, - ,.>`- _.....~t ,......A .,mdunion nroasses ant>ar to be nearly in.eqji4brium with loss processes. ' ~ . , ~ 6 . . . . . . . , . . • . . _ --~.__' _ . . .. a a. o o t6 8~~ ,.
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'. . . . a , . 1 ~ , .. . , .. . 1 J + - , i t ,r.; . , . . _ . ~ ~ ARCTIC `iETI:0I:0L0GY RESc^.AItCH bP.OUP : = DEPART;.II:NT OF.,IIETLOROLOGY : t RIcGILL UP:IVERSITY, DIOi:'fREtiL : . . „_, , . ~. . A•0 ROLAND 3YRON-SCOTT }50272 5128 .IIi~JY~ .a1` L~ -16UC3LICATION - IN ft'IETCOE:O:.QGY No. 57 Ap;-i!,1967 SCICNTIFIC REI'Oki \o. 4 Contract No. AF 19 (6:'E).455; Profect No. 6G'_d Taak No. 86'soJ7 Distri5ut:on o: this doc,iment is vnlYmitcd. Prtparcd for Air Forrc Can:Lridt;c P.:scnrc)t Nti:nrntorics. Oilicc of Arrtti•p:,cc Iic::.lrcb. Unitcd Statvs 1ir Forcr. Bcdfurd. MLa+slcinisclt.+. .• ~ ~ ,
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• i . . ~ . , , ' . . .. . • JOURNAL OF APP IED METEOROLOGY 50272-5118 78,J9 VOWME 19 ~ 11 SticRt _ 1 o upe o• n or an~ . III Du -80 L .~ S.P. Z " R. P. TURCO . .. . . . ' f __. . . . . r-' r 1• ABSTRACT ' ~ . ..-YV .. F ... . ~ ~ .. .. 5.. '. _ . ~ .. . We have estimated the potential effects on stratospheric aerosols of supersonic transport emissions of sulfur dioxide gas and submicron soqt granules, and space shuttle rocket emissions of aluminum oxide particulates. Recently, exhaust particles from large aircraft and rocket engines have been characterized experimentally, and we have adopted new da,a where appropriate. We use an interactive particle-gas model of the stratospheric aerosol layer to calculate changes due to exhaust emissions. We also employ an accurate radiation transport model to compute the effect of aerosol changes on the earth's average surface temperature. Our major conclusions are as follows. The release of large numbers of small par- tides (soot or aluminum oxide) into the stratosphere should nor lead to a corresponding significant in- etease In the concentration of large, optically active aetosots. On the contrary, the increase in large ~~js serfrelytlimited by~te mtss of sulfate avaiable to make large particles in situ, and by .: bilosssdf sm111 se4Zl tra}tjekf Ina c6asulation. We 8.d that a Oeet of several hundred advanced supersonic aircraft operating daily at 20 km, or the launch o( one space shuttle rocket per w•eek, could produce roughly a 20% increase in the large-particle concenttxion of the stratosphere. We find, in addition, R & D Associates. Marina del Rey. CA AD291 O. B. TOON, J. B. POLLACK, R. C. WHfL'TEN AND I. G. POPPOFF ' Ames Research Cenrer, NASA. Mof/'err Field. CA 9y033 P. HAMILL ~ Systems and Applied Sciences Corporatiow, Hampton, VA 23666 (Manuscript received 10 April 1979, in fiaal form 28 September 1979) , ..r,_....~
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50272 5116 ~ ~ % ~: . .,. . _ -- - - _01 ~ ^ 304, ,:,, JOURNAL OF T11'f: ATAfOSP11KRIC SCII:NCh:S " .,,ZE;4 - 7 7 2 R. C. PIaN1C1:r J. ,~t. ROSEN A%D I). J. HOFMANN aerosol albedo at 0.33 pm are 0.002 to 0.003. _ Depodmrxf oJ Pkysies axd aslrnnamy, l'xitsrsify oj 11'Yamix,t, Laramie 82ri71 (hfanuscti)t received 9 June 1915, in revised form 20 October 197Sj ABSTRACT !fk single scattering, absorption, and total extinction calculations for various size dist ribution and com- position models of the stratospheric aerosol are presented. '!'hcsc models are derived from global in•silx measurements made with a balloon-borne photoelectric particle counter during the pcriod December 1971 through July 1974. The models are in agreement with simultancnus aerosol mass mcasurcmcnts made by aircraft 61ter sampling and by balioon-borne impactor over i.aramic,ltiyro. Nominal stratospheric aerosoi optical depths at 0.53 vm wavclcngth are-0.045 to 0.007. The maximuftt stratospheric aerosol absorptiun cross section at this wavelength is 0.04X10's km-1 at 18-20 km altitude, assuming a refractive index ima8inary part of 0.01. The predicted 180' backscatter lidar return at the 18-20 km altitude of maximum aerosol mixing ratio is 9cJa to 17% of the Rayleigh return at a.vavYkngth of 0.6943 pm for the various aerosol models. Measured and predicted lidar returns over Laramie in September 1972 are in good aaree- Meat for several of the size distribution and composition models used here. Values of the global stratospheric ~ K , t~. ~' f~~ C1 • ; t .1 ._ _"''~` •.---
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50272 5134 4 1. P../e•rncn0 0•Joniuffen Neme end /lddre.. SCYTRnx iSox 5455 _ ca_.farbar.7~rA nz1nR A d d . d ..tc 1~, S ~~.nn. A.n N~o .n ~stional ~ereonuutics nnd Sp,lrn Administrntion Washington, D.C. [0546 IS. SwpPt:woeferr Note. S. Reln.l ()efo t __._fchxuazY1977 i 6, Pe.fenw.ny ~3.qsn.t.r..n Ced. ~ f). P.~Lrm.ny 0•pen.t.H.n R.,..1 f)., 10. WoA (;nil llo. 11. Con§.oct e. 6.0.1 f/o. ~ 1iASw-279) 13. 1,po of Repe.i ond Puiod Ce•ned Translation 14. Spon.or)np Apeney Code Translation of "Llozone stratospherique", La Recherche, Vo1..7, June, 1975, pp. Si0-k9. T, A brief.historical review of models proposed for the formation and destruction of stratospheric ozone is presented, and the -techniques and models used by the C1ir+istic Impact Assessment Program (CIAP) to investigate the possible effect of the proposed Boeing Supersonic Transport on the ozone layer are discussed in fttaal. 'PosbibscQrcr of error in the results reported by AP are examine The potential threat to the ozone layer posed by freons and chlorine compounds is considered. ~
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-Z «f .~. ._ _. L'ozone srratfosphdrQque _ t • 50272 5135 • par Stanislaw Cieslik t. '-85: /27u:.';cq titratnspheriC ozonc. Cirmlik~Ctnnisl,iw, tlnsf\ Aeron. Spntinle fA•1~;.. firuxa•Is. lielt;.).' J~rrlirrer .%.(GS)-•- _--•- . b10 -19 I) ~). A tlixt tncxion is t;ivrn cnt thi~ Fi iti tiuitx cK c:iriicit; at vartoi~s lcvels in thc ntnt1 invcdrinl; U:, U.~, 1`;, N cizidcs nnd uv radiatinn, and of the poscil,le effects on these reactions of qares emitted by aircraft, esp. sulccrsonic. flyinr; at an altitude of •?p kta, i.e. in the 'nzoncnphcre•. The effects of nuclear cxplosions, esp• tho=.e of 19G1-G2, are considered. and Ot levels at variuus locations are discusted for the period 19•iG-19G9. Methods of measurement include ir s :r •ctr . ( ometry, from satellites (giving mean values for a considerable part of the atm.), and cl~etn. atethuds (.ieldinR values at a particular place). The effects of the ernission of halo~cnatcd hydrocarbons (e.g. freons) on tS1CyA4t.tgAc4J.4Ps are also considcred. 3 Itrfs. RWaspe / !"`-... _. ~
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Yt3L. 6, idO. 3~~~ / G 3-`I • III nu2..Rn S.P. , CEOP1fYSICAL RC•SEARCN LETTIiRS ( 50272 5124 ~ MARCH 197' l .~- , M. J. Prather, M. D. McElroy, S. C. Wofsy, J. A. Logan Center for Earth and Planetary Physics,Harvard University,Cambridge, Mass. Abstract. It is shown that the equations describing chemical partitioning arnung Clx (HCI, Cl. CIO, CINUA NOt (NO. NO2, NO;. N2Uj. IINO2, ('tNUI) and HOx (OH, HO.) may admit multiple sulutioma. l'he%e solutions apply to the high latitude winter stratosphere where abrupt spatial variations may be ex- pccted for N(I2. CIO and CINO3. Present models for stratospheric chemistry involve more than twenty species which intcr•act through a complex set of chemical... «actions. Concentrations of individual compounds are obtained by solving an appropriate set of kinetic equations. Thefe equations are intrinsic:+lly non-linear and it is apparent that they may admit the possibility of multiplc solutions. . , It is usually assumed that only one solution has physical sig= nificance, that alternate roots Ahould involve negative or imagi- nary values fur species concentrations. It appears, however, thal this assumption is unjustified and that multiple solutions ertay indeed occur under conditions arising in lower regions of the wint0str?~ sp~e.1 e e~stc~ of -tde& diorat~so•, _ lutions to the inetiv equulions c.oulJ"provie an explanation for some puzzling features in the observed distribution of stratus-. .,~ regulated In large measure by OH. NO and NO2, through the reactions .. OH + HCI -+ H20 + Cl (7) CIO+NO-•CI+NO2 ` (8) , CIO+N02+M-+CINO;+M. ;a (S>) The conccntrb"tion of Cl,r exceeds that of NOt in the lower ; stratosphcrc, as is evident in Figure 1. The manner in which the ; concentration of CIO varies as a function of Clx is shown in Fig- ure 2 for several altitudes at 60°N, winter. The general behavior exhibited by the various curves in FrV! ure 2 may be readily understood. The concentration of CIO var- ~ ics linearly as a function or Clx at low concentrations of CIX. , with approximately 0.1% of Clx present as CIO. The concentrw_~ tion of CIO varies linearly with CI,t also at high concentrati"s where CIO is the d-munant component. The transition of (.'I x *y from the low to the high C,x regimes exhibits behavior aa•j.r% I r ~
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I Reprinfed from 11 April 1975, Volume 188, pp. 117-121 III Du _77 S.P, , .a I ~. J 50272 5142 ANN" ~ItI~E~l~1~
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r-- , VOf,I r1P •NO. 36 00' 'NJOURNAL OF GEOI`•i"SICAL Rl:SEARCH 5 & :1 C. - ``-6l:CL111HL•:R 20. •- --- .  A V N ~1 F-~- iii nu2 75 Sjhcri~Aeroso~i-~..;e~ onirib>~l~t><o.rti~,From, the I'roposph,;rc:~ " -- ' S.P. ~ .. ... . - -- .. . vapor form [Lazrus et al.. 19721. All these components have RB57F's of the U.S. Air Force Air Weather Service. The two possible gaseous precursors, and 'it is probable that the series of long stratospheric flights were made in August 1966 isting in the condensed phase as well as in its more abundant aerosol collected by filter during stratospheric flights by by the sulfate component (Junge et al., 1961: Lazrus and Gan- stratosphere and the relative concentration of oceanic and drud. 1974: Castlemun et al., 1974]. Other components prelcent continental matterial. are hydronium, ammonium, halides, and possibly nitrate ex- This paper 'reports instrumental neutron activation of A. C. DELANY, J. P. SHEDLOVSKY, AND W. H. POLLOCK National Center jor Atmospheric Research, Boulder. Colorado 80302 Aerosol samples collected during stratospheric flights over the mideontinental United States were analyzed by neutron activation for Na. Cl. K. Mn. tir. and Si. The flights were made in autumn and in spring along the 39°N parallel bctwcen 109° and 87°W at altitudes or 11.0. 13.4. 15.8, 18.2. and 20 km. The long sampling paths served to integrate variations in Derusot mixing ratio and cumpusitiun and so give a good representation of mean aerosol composition. The elemental composition for the stratospheric aerosol is compared with that of the tropospheric aerosol, and the relative contribution of marine and continental components of the tropospheric contribution to thee stratospheric aerosol is estimated. An ap- proximately twofold exccss of C1 and 200-fold excess of t3r above what is consistent with the marine cum- ponent of the tropospheric contribution is noted. 074 The composition of the stratospheric aerosol is dominated amount of surface-generated aerosol transported into the • .•~i',. ... ... . . .•.~.* . . .__ , ........ .._ ..~4.-..,:-J 7f.-~.+' . - C J `
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~--..•~--.,- - ~ Mitre Corp., MzLean, AUTHOR: Carmichael, J., Ghovanlou, A. H. C691 3J3 PLD: 0 4A, Feb 76 223p REPT NO: NASA-CR-144911, l1TR-7007 CONTRACT: P19628-:5-C-00r)1 KONITOR: 18 Subm-Sponsored by NASA. . :.. ABSTRACT: The capabilities of specific NASA remote sensing systpms to '' provide appropriat3 measurements of sfratospheric parameters for ,.. potential usec needs were assessed. This was used to evaluate the." " capabilities of the remote sensing systems to perform qlobal monitoring of the stratosphere. The folloving conclusions were reached: (1) The performance of current remote stratospheric sensors, in some ca*,ys r- ~om~ar~s~ qyiti jj e]~~ ~ith idpntified e~easuremFrt •-Pnents. T~ei~ ab~i.li'ty to measure other species has not been - . , . . . _ j .. .. _ _ . k _ a .. L .. .. -. 4. V. C, ,.,
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._ 1 50272 5132 C .l If.rrrrr rl....l«...r .r roM.. ....wl .1.... 1.. .....q ..w_~0. .~...d...~ r 4w.t... '..a ., r...l. IC..v.w.. wr..( /~.. wl.Owr lr t.r.... ca.lr...l ...o. INSTITl1TE FOR UiFENSE ANALYSES U~:CLhSSIFIED 400 Army-Navy Drive r...o,/• __Arlington, Virginia 22202 "' 6 06000-1 tulua • . 1 •V 1..0..•.( .LrIHM...IN.. M..w....A H.M. Foley and M.A. Ruderman P-894 M. Otw.w ...0.1 ..O.11/AM Hl. ..Nn• None ....0 O..(.• ........... M. w. M ....~.• This document is unc3assified and suitable for public release. / P NA -y
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Abstract. Profiles for key stratospheric fluorine species are presented along with HF:HC1 ratio. Discrepancies between theory and observa- tion are exaaned and their ir..plicatioas ate discussed. Our results indicate that•the HF:HC1 ratio depends critically on OH concentration between 20-30 km and it might provide an lndirect (CF20, CFCIO, HF), zero flux boundary cor.ditions were prescribed at 0 ka. The choice of this lover boundary condition is not critical in the present analysis of stratospheric fluorine budget. The atr•.ospherie production rates for CF20 and CFC1O were assuaed to be equal to the photodccor.posi- tion rates of CFyCl, and CFC1, respectively, and check on the present stratospheric OH eheeistry , renoval of CF20 aod'CFC10 wele' assuaed to be or H 0 abundaaces which are of central importanceeffected by reaction with 0( D) and by photolysis to s1ratospherle ehemieal processes. with cross sections taken from Chou et al. (1977). ' Introduction a. Atmospheric fluotine chetastry has received " t; Results y lrotk oa this subject (Ro!~,land and Y.olina, 1925; %} 7The calculated HF, CF20, CFC10 and total Stolarski at:d ROndel; I7S; Crutzen et .1:, 1918) - fluorine (FX) profiles are presented !n Figure 1, ri~ little attention up to nov. tarlie relativel has eoacluled that the catalytic efficiency for;'; ozone destructfart Dy°fluorlne !s sijnffieantlp ': less than that of chlorine. Data on strato,pheric.`;: a and HF:FCI ratio have been recently teported'.; 'by a mctbei of lnvestigators (Zander et a1 ,197 1 r eCa1.A197/~ taj!lrr R.i rr, cJ7i - la_i1 a~A~Cy~rafry. npub isheiT ranu- seript, 1977j. A eonprehensive eoc+parison betwcen weausuted and calculated HF:HC1 or HF '' E >Zlen Dak Sse . • ,. ;- . .. . Atmospherie and Environmental Reseatch, Inc., $72 Y.assachusetts Avenue, Cambridge, ?tassachusetta 02139 GEOPHYSICAL p.ESEARCJi LETTERS v SEFTLM¢[R 1978 The H20 profile was taken from :+asterLroak (1971), with a H=0 taixine ratio of 4.3 ppa above 20 1®. along with sevcral observed profiles. The eal- culatcd 1aF oixing ratio riscs rapidly with alti- 'tude !n the region (10-30 kn) and attgns an essentially constant value (6.2 x 10 ) above 35 kn. The nodel predicts that IiF is the most • bundant fluorine species throu;hout the strato- spFere. Conct•ntrations of CF0 and CiCJO are .? well Lelow, those of HF. The data repotted by Zandet ct al. (1977). Farr.cr and Raj.or (1977) and , \ `
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' NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Laboratory for Planetary Ataiospheres, Greenbelt, Maryland Abstract. Nitric oxide has been measured in situetween 38.4 and 29.8 km by a new technique, photoioniration mass spectro.etry. Data indicate a peak ixing ratio of S.7 • 0.35 ppbv at 37.5 . ka and only 0.2 • 0.2 ppbv st 32.8 ka with a' sharp gradient in concentration between 33 and 34 ks. Siawltaneous in-situ measurements of the o:one concentration show no significant feature at that altitude. The rapid decrease in mixing ratio is not predicted by current theory., ~ Introduction f '. , \ This paper presents a stratospheric •nit;ic ~ oxide altitude-vrofile obtained with a balfoon- borne photoionization .ass spectrometer. Nitric oxide has previously been detected in the strato- sphere by other techniques Girard et al., 1973; • Toth et a1., 1973, Ridley et al., 1973, Patel, ,,ti:; et. al., 1974. Chaloncr ot a1., 1975],,howcvcr,' ~• ..,. - . . . . 20771 lble leak servocontrolled by a capacitance ._ _. manometr3r which maintains a constant pressure of 2 x 10 torr in the ionizer chamber. Photons enjering the ionizer through NgF windows create NO ions which are focused by a cage and drawn into the second chamber for mass analysis by a quadrupolo mass spectrometer. The spectrometer msss scan program consisted of many sweeps over three preselectable 4 M1U wide mass intervals with occasional survey sweeps extending from about mass 6 to SO M0./. Ions are detected by an off axis channeltron. The ion current is propor- tional to the product of the photon flux, ioniza- tion eross}sections, and concentration of nitric oxide in thc ionizer. Counting rates and other necessary data are transmitted via a 50K bit PCM telemetry system to a ground station. A detailed , description of the mass spectrometer, calibration, and data handling proccdurc is given elsewhere, Aikin and Maier, 1977. _
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r`III Du2 79 T. Am. Geophy. 59(12) 1085(1978) S.Pa , ~taT~l~ltF!lT1~Lf)N ft1UTOSPO[R1C A1xJ6M iN TNL fl+Ct, pAItAMA : CAXAL 20iL . r. TerrT (Doek att MFA A+es Rasaareh Ceotat,•, Notfett Fle1d, CA !i0)S), ,.,.b /. T. Lea , , tM stratosphere during the first week of the experlae.ti or, vherever the source, it veakened ' during the test period uustot a dlainlahlnR ; aerowl trovtk. Ve find aerosols eootatnina ' anstlT larger particles are distrlbited throut6- o.t the northern he.isphers indicatint a vell- 0. 1c. MaTea (Nt! att 1R Corpratiae, ildro",. . _ ~ a1nNe YCYra popuiar3on, uconarna .ro. naKner G 94604) ,altitudn sear tha equator to lower ones toward ' Ys ba.o oltatead etratospherte aoroseis tra. .' 'tropteal Co rorthera latitodes us1n0 speetal aol-~: aetors aa u-a alreraft during 1976 and 1917. A l M e row a c rattert:rd e'T larte euobers ot wll Nrtleles are (oml ls the ratertropleal eonver- ' 9enee aow (ltCt) aa6Featlns this ts a«tloa of patttola ,rovtY. la t4is tow, u. (as,d as- . baeetd nall particle pupulatlws during tAe ftrst ha1C of a tv.weet sa.plinR saperlearot, and . a leeser p.pslatloo Jurlnt the latter kalf. Thia w osta elth K ar aft upwN loeal flov of air esrrled euelet aM aerowl-foruat .oterial to `v . . . . t k< },,." " ~ the pole. Althouth this tradtent suttesty mature . aerosols sry leave the stratosphere at high latl- tudes, the data are, as 7at, lneoneluslve. I 1 ti
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50272 5125 1 1 t• &LCUR/TY CLASililCAl10N or 1NIs "AGL (Mh.n G.Ia fn/.Ite/ REP07T UCCUL9[tITLT10N PAGE Rr.AU INSTRUCT(ONS REFfSRF. r oPSt ~ 1 2. ;rOVT ACCESSI _ ~'~G~h{TilF! ~ L V FLeYI'r ri'r- ECOI•1-58.W ' ~ .nd SubNll.)-- - y-y- 4 . T1T~LC ( S. TYPC OF RLPORT 0 PEAIO4GOVtRCD T e0 ib RS , echnical R . N _ J Harold N./{3allard •. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUNOCR(.) 7 Frar.k P, ftudson ' • f. PENfONMINGON6ANIIATIGN NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PfIDORAIt [,.EwCNT.PRO)ECT, TAiK- AREA i V~ ih•V•jilT NYNUE/i JS Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory ~~ White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico 88002 DA,Task I. L1611,02C53AnA2 It. CONTROLLING OFfICC NAME AND ADDRCSt J•'~E'o01:1•171C?L ~/ 0ct;_~r 1~77 US A El t i C rlny ec ron cs orrrnand Fort Monunouth, New Jersey 07703 lp - . NONIIONINO ALCNCY HAMC • ADDRCSS(ff dllh..n( IroM Cenlre711ng Olflt.) IS. fLCURITY CLASS. (N Ihl...y.n) U1iCLASSIFIED '~. S._ OCCLAlSIi1CAl1ON DOtNGRAOiN6 SCNEDULE ' 5-0 0 0.0 1 .6 8 8 8 - 0
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QC 879 Un 1975 >U.S. Congress, Senate, 94th.Washington, DC. PARTS I AND 2. Hearings e ore e u coMMa.ttee on the Upper AtMosphere of -the CoMMittee on Aeronautical and Space Sciences, United ,States Senate, 94th Congress, Sept. 8, 9, 15, and 17, 1975 U.S.-Governnent Printing Office.Washington, DC.75.(IN : ENG.) ,~.- ,r,Zy t K ISN = 6140 11 l \
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TELEMETRY/ III Du,-77 ' , FINAL REPORT , . S.P. . - '' 0 N R Contract Theodore J. Pepin Principal Investigator Dept. of Physics and Astronomy University of Wyoming December 1975 ,...,..,~.- APP-2
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e. PANEL ON STRATOSPHERiC CHEMISTRY AND TRANSPORT Committee on Impacts of Stratosphcric Change Asscmbly of Mathcmatical and Physical Sciences Nalional Rescarch Council . . - ,: !: NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 1979 1 ". . VYash/ngton;
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; A; 8Jt MARTIN I. HOFFERT RICHARD W. STEWART New York Univ.. Div. of Applied Science NASA Goddard Institute for Space Studies Decision-makers and atmospheric scientists must face the fact that extensive uncertainties characterize 'studies of .the strato- sphere's 'ozone shield, making hard and fast conciusions about man's effect on it;`'through aerospace propulsion systems and Soias radiation reaching the top of our Atmospheric ox}•gen and the ozone 4. Below 50 km. collisional recombi- atmoaphete has a smali but potentially shieid are currrntty thoup.ht to have nation to moiccular oaygen occurs r n.~.~ .. .~µ. ~...y~. •.~ ~ /~ ~ ...~.. ~' ~e~.« ~.... o..w_-- ...f_ - .. . r 3 . ~ 2 y' U U kthal component in the uttrar•iolet ' evoived intr epe cntlr with the primarilr b O+o +20 ~` . A...''. . . ~ - . . . ~ . • . . ~ ' .
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' III Du -80 S.P. 2 . { 50272 5140 COMMENTS ON THE NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES REPORT:• . .-. - , . : . _. , . . e . . . . > r- i' ~ . CHEM I STRY AND. TRANSPORT'! ':" • FOR FURTHER INFORMATIOV c IPaul W. Halter ~:
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; 50272 5148 1. Report No. 12. Governmant Jlaceuion No. 3. Recipient's Guloy No. 4. Title and Subtitl. r .,5• Report Date. ~- M.//V/5Gf _ r~LpC. 6. PerforminyUrVani:ationCode - 7. ticthw($) t•tian 14. Abbas, liireil G. Kunde, MicNsel-J. 14tt.ma, Thecdnr Kostiuk, David Ds!ti 9. Periorminp Ortaniration Name end Addreu L 8. Performing Organization Report No., : 10. Work Unit No. 13- Tvne of Rroort and Period Cove.td 1 11. Contract or Grant No. t . ~- 12. Sponsoring /19cnr.y Namw and Address ` il'+~SAGoddard ;pnce Flivht Center ' Intensity profiles oi' infrnred stcctra: lines of stratospheric constituents can be i'ully recolved wit!r u!:etero(~.mc srec*.r -meter DT sufficiently hiEh resoluyion (- 5 Miz >r±t O.OOUlb7 cm-1). :1:e -ccnstitue.zts' rertical distribtttions csn t!tett be e:uluatei ~-:currrtely b,• at:alytic invrr- sion ar. the r.;easurcd line profiles. Estic:utes of the detection ecnsisivityy ot' a tatercdy:.e receiver , are given ia, terrts ct' tainimwa detectable vol•a..e tzixitt,; ratios at' sLrat;,sphe eonstituents, ittdicat!nt; n l:+rt;e nutaber •)Y :Zin~r ccasti,.ueilts which cnn be studied. Stratospheric .,pc,_tr ol line saui,es, nnd the rescluticn rcbuired : 1to~{eQ~' o~t.lte& aag ditcu;~ed in light of calculated s~•nthetic ltne prj:ile fos~"sc~t'_b stratosa~t:eric r•t.lc~tlc3 in a ta:dcl atrraspl,crp. The inversion : techaiquo for evuluation :)i gas .:oncen.rati :-n pro:'iles is briet'ly describr I • ~ Qnd A i a( i nn4 •.t' n (`M -PNr- .11 ~ ~...
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L1L uu2-ry b.r. . .~-.... _ _ . -_.. : C. R. Acyd. .Sc: 1'ari., t. 288 (29 j•rnvicr 1979) a- ~..~ . PHYSIQUE ATMOSI'HtRIQUE.• - Mc•sures de lu c•onernlrufiun en ozone de lu ``, Picrrc Ribaud, prC•scntic p•.tr Edmond A. Brun._ ::.. ~ ~cfrufusphc%rr uu lc~t•c~r rf uu c•ouc•lu•r du So/c•i/. Note (•) de Patrick Aimrdicu, Jrrn Kurat ct (26 en 36 km) nus ntcsums mcttcnt en bvidcnm une etabilit6. A?,S mb (42 km), on notc une &cruissancc rapide d'cnviron S"„ au point du jour. : a¢sccncc en phax guzcux ont p.rmis J'ob.crvrr a I"„ pri•x 4a vanabilitc dii milicu. Aux niv.uuz 19 ct 5 nib - Dcy mesureY !n-,ritu de cunowntration d'ozunc aumoycn d'an ozonumctre str•rtosphcriquc a chimilumi- ' In situ nvwk• inru.turrnnrnLs w•ith a zirarugrhrrir O:unr.ntr/rr u.ing Rua plw.sr rhrmiluminr.vcrra•r prrniil ~ilwlHg iJ thr ruriahilil rqJ da• rnrdimn u•ithin 1",,. Our dnio sbuw• that u:nnr is runrtnnr aa thr 19 and 5 nib Irnrls. At 2.5 nib tbrrr !« .- rapid drup eJ'abuut S", ar runrix. .y. ... , . . , . - . .. . ' . , . z par run de nous [ I j utilitie la tUvrie de Kolmogoroff et suppose en Darticulier quc Ia concen• L'Etudc ht situ du transport stratosph&ique turbulent au moyen de I'ozonomctre dcveloppc tratton d ozone est Ioralement stdttonnatre a 1 ifchelly du tcmps de la mesure Dtverses rrtcuons photochtmlqud pouvant theoriqudment faire evoluer legerement .. ; . .. . ~ r p 0 0 ~ ~ U 1 6 `~~ dans k.`t rMons de production, n o ticr des vuriations rapidcs au Icvcr du Solul it pus.vtir dc la txtsse stratosphbre a I'cchclle de temps du jour. Ellc montre cepcndant que;• ; Conte Note apporte dcs clements qui accrcditent 1'hypothcse que 1'ozone est un traceur moments Ics phis-pr-opices it de tellcs reactions. Ies eoncentrations d'ozone, nous avons cherch6 a faire des mesures a I'aube et au crepuscule, - \
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. t. ~ 50272 5122 97&rBt G e 'v. FERRY III.Du2 77 T. t.ma Geophy. 58(6)465(1977) S•Pe _" ~STRATO;PNERIC AEROSOIS OYCR CAl1E0p.N1A DURIhC rerr , Y i . y. . ar ow (both at: ttASA A»s Research Center, tbtfett ficld, [ali(ornia 10405) 111. 1. le. (U[ Corporation. Enrironnenta) Dirtslon, Richrond, California 9004) i St. Augustine rolcano on Auoustir,e Island, Alaska erupted during the last part of .anuary, 1976. 10 deterntne it that eruption had any effect on the stratospterfc aerosols, the NASA Aras Research Center stra;aspheric aerosol saaplir,g prograr was r.adified to tncluEe riore -- frequent fliqhts. Although an sncrease tn aerosol concantration attributable to the St, Augustine eruption was seen only on ona day, • the baclground infornation on concentrations of aerosolt et 12, 1S, and )8 ko altitude provided a good base agsinst which to rvasure possib:• [uture changes. lhese altitudes were ranitored , throughout 1976. Differences to coecentration and p9ysical state were studied with altitude and tiue. AlthouSn there was consideraole rartifion in aeroso, con4eoiwttfon 1'rc. cbuel^,r tion to collection, no appreciable lonq-tern changes were apparent at any of the altitudes. lhe collecSions from each altitude were stallar in appearance and In site distribution.' The aerosols appeared to be a very fluid, slurry- 11ke eaterial with rolatile cooppnents, The s4u distributions showed a decrease in concen- tration at the srsller slse raneet. The si:e distri6utions terded to have naar.iws concentra. tions at smalltr particle radii for looer altl- tudes. At 18 kn altitude, tnt psrticlt «ncen- tration average had a r'arirN,a at 0.27 nscra- neters radius. At IS t.m aititude, the " irao ° ' % at 020 i 111.tcromeler radius; and at 12 l. eltltude, it was at 0.15 nicroieters raCius. Aerosol concentrations averaged 2.9 particles ' per cubic centiteter at 18 ka altltuCe; 2.1 at 1S ln altitude, and 1.8 at 12 ke altitude.
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II7 Du2-7 S.r,• .., . 50272 5153 CHF.ItISTRX A;`Il) -PIIYSICS -0R-TIIK-STRATOSP11Ep,E:` ~eprinted from : P.evjews ..of fthys cs .yys', F. S. Rowland and M. J. Molina j,/,o•11•~Chlorofluornmethanes in the Environment 1-36 E. Bauer and F. R. Gilmore `- - Effect of Atmospheric Nuclear Explosions on Total Ozone 451-458 E. R. Reiter - - - R. D. Cadlc and G. IV. Grams N'C'} l V-Stratospheric Aerosol Particles and Their Optical Properties 475-501 ~ M. Aicolet " r;•0 '1'l'VStratosphcric Ozone: An Introduction to Its Study 593-636 t1. S. Johneton - ti ~ rr -V6lobal Ozone Balance in the Natural Stratosphere 637-649 NiG, It-Sources of Stratospheric Gaseous Chlorine 650-658 •T Shirnazaki and R C li'hitten . A C.omparisnn of One-T,)i**tegsional Theoretical Models of Stratospheric Minor Constituents ,~ ('1Michaellt. AfcElroy, James lY. Elkins, Stephen C. ll'o~s~; and Yuk Ling Yung N' f A h' N O 143-150 ` - - d S k ' J. A. Ryan and N. R. Mukherjce s or tmosp cric Z m 3. r &vurces an L. G. Andcrsm 5 a 0 0© 1 6 9,. ' I j b#.,,Atmospheric Chemical Kinetics Data Survey 151-171 ' 1-12 _: i
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~ ~ r>.,, t LOW-LL•YP.L ruDIOACrI.'w k'A51'r?,S = THwzR F.lNfiT.:1:r, TR&1T14c^?1T, AND I)ZS°GS :?.. 1964 430 p. U. S. Atomic Energy; Cnrnwirtti~n, Div. 'i'ecl), Infcortr.ation Oak Ridge, Ter.n. . \
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• (' 50272 5152 VOL iS, NO. CI .1YJ- I'D JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH JANUARY 20. 1980 : - ...-. _ . . ! NTRODUCTION sure a large-scale division commensurate with the scales im- :<<. The Global Atmospheric Measurements Experiment of p°C° oy tnc tcrms -uopospnere- ano -stratospnere.- txpunuy, Tropospheric Aerosols and Gases (Gametag) was designed to tt is included to reduce the ambiguities caused by short verti- make many simultaneous measurements in and above ehecal internal waves which produce oscillations in T and BT/Jr. _;: ~ . tropospheric boundary layer. To meet the objectives with the' :' Actually, the operational methods for processing the radio- Lockheed Electra aqcratt • , from the National Center for At- sonde data for subsequent teletype or radio transmission to all . °.w . nt~ E K K n~ n i 6 9 1 5 ~` ~_~.. _..,.: 4' defended. ~ ~'~s• . . . . . ~ ~~LLZ -~ U p' la`a t` es: mmexV -L F. DANIELSEN AND R. STEPHEN HIPSKIND Deparawet of AtasorPAeric Stfenttt, Oregon State t/nherriry, Conallfu. Oregon 97331 Measurements of ozone number mixina ratio made in the mean tropoaphere, both within and above the boundary layer, at 60•N latitude over Canada in the summer of 1977, range from <20 to >200 ppb. Isentropic analyses of the dynamic tropopause, on the basis of a potential vorticity threshold, show that the large-scale anomalies are related to traverses of a multiply folded tropopausc; therefore, the large val- ues of ozone are of stratospherie origin. Values <30 ppb are shown to be made directly in the boundary layer or in moist air which can be traced back to a boundary layer. The distinctions between the conven- tional and dynamic tropopause are discussed, and the use of potential vorticity as a stratospheric tracer is I
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a 0 a FR I 0 , . .< I CIDu v I. REPORT NUm Er,d`4-5R16 .~ ......._.. TITLE (1^49 SuErpl.) a il• ii ~1f'I 1. AUTNON(.) Jagir S./Randhawa'' -: , Carlos/t-k0onald M./Izquierdo, Zvi/Salpeter _~..- !. PERFOkM111G OHOANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Atmospheric Sciences Laboratory I.-- White Sands Missile Range, New t4exico 88002' ii. CONTROLLINO OffICE NAYE AND ADDRESS US Army Electronics Con:mand ' ; ; Fort t'lonmouth, New Jersey 07703 - 2..iOVT ACCESSION NO S. TYPE Of NEPORT d PERIOC COVEHED 6. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NUMBER •. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMBER(.) 10. PROGRRN CLL'NCNT. PROJECT, TASK ARCI.d~w'EI,RK U1/1T HUMUERS DA Tas c Iq'.15111,02D53A 12. April 1:)77 IT. NUMtlER OF PAGES IS. SECURITY CLASS. (of /AL..petU UNCLASSIFIED A SA2 150. OECLASSIFICATION DOMNGRADIND SCNEDULE r-• -~' ---......- ,
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VOL. 14, NO.(C4, / ~f rf/-.S III Du2-80 S,P... ..: i... :d •'.:. Pennsylvania State Unirersity. University Park, P,ennsyhanla ` .1 Pennsylvonia State Unicersity. University Park. Penns,t•hania c F . . .. . JOURNAL OF GEUPIIYSI.CAL RfSE:ARCIf r APRIL 20. 1979 50272 5129 `_ KENNETH OLSZYNA . - ,.. .: ,_ . 43 RICHARD D: CADLE s ~ .. National Center/or Atmospheric Research. Boulder. Colorodo 80107 ROSA G. DEPENA The heterogeneous decomposition of ozone at -30•C, on surfaces coated with 75% sulfuric acid solutions and with 75% sulfuric acid solutions containing a variety of metallic ions and NH,•, has been - studied in a static system. The collision etliciency y(the ratio of the number of reactive collisions to the total numbar of cullisions) for the reaction on each surface has been determined. It was found that the addition of the ions Ni'•. Cu'•, AI'•, Fe", atid NH; did not appresiably modify the reaction rate observed over clean glass or glass coated with the sulfuric acid solution. Mn'- and Fe'• did enhance the ' reaction but only by 2 orders of magnitude for the last ion. However, the largest value of y ubserved.10'•, : is still too small to be of any significance in the stratosphere. We conclude that the heterogeneous : •:r;-s Qecomposiuon oi ozone on the stratospheric particle surfaces is of minor importance. = r 4 ' . ~ .,. \ \ 4! T S
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.._ 50272 5155 ~-.. ..... ' Rei. ~ zu - - - - - tiYorld list of scientific periodical5 published in t.he years 1900-1960. 4th ed. Edited by Peter Brown and George I3urder Stratton. Washington, Buttcrworths, 19G3- ~- 1. Sctence--Pertod: Btbl. 2. Periodicals-Bibl.-Union Itsts. 3. Learned Institutions and socleties-Bibl.--Uulon lists. 4 Congresa--A and conventlood-Blbl. 5. Periodtcals-Abbrevlltlons of tfties. r. Brown. Peter, ed. u. Stratton. George Burder, ed. Z7403.W0•23 1 (7'1016.505 61--47429
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r/ - IV Un U. S. Atomic ::n_rgy Commission " d' Freeoms need for tho trained man ". News releases November 21., 1955
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Aln--ruLLUTION--ANALYSIS/POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYL(PCB)/PESTICIDES--DF.TERMINATION/ ! PIleeu iroQ Jn/ovc/lo.v on rAM r..rrnt Oi/orv coon ienn P 1, P.A ~ A Method for the Analysis o olychlorinated Biphenyl S76 n A1 r St +( PCB) i ), AVTNOA15) 978 /. qtFOr,l NO. EPA-600/4-78-048 7. ~. ~ 1 T' t 1 Of N J ' F. TITLE AND SVBTITLE s. REFORT DATE f~ Au ust 1978 u t - , 0. IEAIOAM/NO OAGANI2ATION COOE ~ IEAF4AMIN0 ORGANIZATION 11EIOAT NO. . , uart A. Whitlock, J. Mark Allan 9.IEAFOHMING O1IGANI2ATION NAME ANl) AOOAESS 10.1AOOAAM EL MEN N. Environmental Science and Engineering, Inc. 10621 ' P. 0. Box 13454, University Station !• N A IAN N. Gainesville, Florida 32604 68-01-2978 ' /2.3JONSOR/NG AGENCY NAME AND AOOAE33 Quality Assurance Branch, Environmental Monitoring-and . 13. TYPE OF REIOAT AN7 PEAIOO COVERED Support Laboratory, U.S. EPA, Research Triangle Park, L.SIONSOA/NG AGENCY COO= NC 27711, and Office of Toxic Substances; U.S. EPA, , Washi ngton, D.C. 20460 EPA- ORD 1S.SUFI'LEMENTAAY NOTES , j Reproduced from ,_ besl avallable copy. +-~ }' _ .. ..cTa.r. _ _ . .. a . _. ,
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. . I 50272 5151 .\ Y,. r_„.~.~, :.yy{ti. ry,rt..., .r.nt~x„here,vrhere the larae-scale baroclinic N•aves .. M I. , . .~ . _ ~p~~Exch~>ltg~_ Based:o4:Radiactivityr ON160MV6 EDWIx F. DANIELSEN spherie tracers on the strato.y)herie side of the tropopause. Troiwspherie air entering the stratosphere at ba latitudes with large values of potential temperature acquires radioactivity, ozone and potential vor- tieity by mixing in the stratosphere. Radiative cooling at high latitudes systematically moves the mixture Rradients obsen•ed at the tro{wl,ause and to account for the olxerved miring of stratospherie and tropo- by a quad-stead?• inflow along the tropopause. This inflow is necessary to maintain the large radioactivity sphere. The mass outflow from stratosphere to troposphere associatod aith tropopause folding is eompensated troys the extrut trajectories also prove that subsynoptie-scalc mrxmg desCd stratospheric la)•er in the tropo- sphere as the tropopause folds. Changes in lwlentp vorticity and the eunccntration of radioactivity along the F prove that stratospheric air from high latitudes is transported southward and downward into the tropo- of stratospherie origin. The radioactivity measurements and machine-eomputed isentrcyne trajectories troposphere and lower stratosphere show a positive correlation between lwtential vorticity and radioactivit,v iinuous measurements of radioactivity made during 1'rojeet Springfield. Comparisons made in the uplxr dons of potential vorticity, cumputed and contoured by machine, are compared to both discrete and eon• 0 -~3 a Uahwilry oJ Aawoit, Ilonolrrla (Manuscript received 1\'ovemixr 1966, in revised form 16 January 1968) ABSTRACT Vertical eross sections of potential vorticity, computed and contoured bky hand, and hemispheric distribu-
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7. Authar(r) blartin S. Longmire 7. )'vr(orrnit-g (hx.nizotiun Xane anJ AJJress- N04, Nationbi-I -Eiiv'ironmentaT Satellite--Scrvice - Washington, DC 1Z "Ponsorin6 UrRanixation \sme anJ AJJress Same 11. Contract.Y;r.ent \o. 17. Typc ol HcPwt iC i'ctioJ CovereJ Tcch Memo 14. r-< 4. 1 u e .en .u:uule ~ . SHEET ' NOAA-73042716 - ~ '7 ~~~,= :,,. .,.,,....,•.•., a a:.1,~n •.,•. .. 23 - I "n 1 s. ncpun.l,ier .. _ ISI Du2 1S. SuPP/renentuy Naes ; FOAA Technical Memorandum A'ESS 47, ~4rch 1973. The topicnfs particularly-relevant to current plans for monitoring the stratosphere for climatic change and for determining other long-r:ulge efCects arising from natural or human activities. T,ie discussion is restricted to ozone photochemistry; ho ff~, cts~, ~of~a s tra~ sp~``.. ~co snt~' cly neglected. A list of statospheric ~on~itlknt~l wh'd"so~istlib~tio:fs aP,oul'd be monitored globally is presented toEcther with a suggested order of priority of observation. (Author modified) - - -- -- 16. Abatraets 'A review of currentthinking on•the stratospheric photochemistry of ozone is prescnted.': 150272 5147 Klrch 1973 8. I'cr(urminF (hF•enitueion hc`e• hoKA -`I?f':LsS 47 110. I'rojcct A'j.:. Y otl l;nit No.
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H PEFtSONNFL--M,~1`ACETL:hiT/: ..c.. ,..... •69 fi PROIOTABi.E ~;0~j; ! 1972 1 G A Guide to Achieving Personal and Corporate Success .o,..,..e . -'••^ r ~ .. . I ..... c~unc• ncvhvnt7~Cl• r.nR vnfSVC Xr.1A'ACL'n¢ . I . . ~ aaaaa.a. a......................~. . _-- -- -- - - ---------_ THE \\ :AY UP AIr'D TILE EXECUTI\'ES \S'IiO MUST DEVELOP THE`.I MICHAEL V. FIORE, Ph.D. A IYILEY-I1'TERSCIE\CE PUBLICATION• S jOHN \\ILEI bc O . , Acw York - London - Sydncy • Torunto 1BJJ Co47aration • f \ \ , .... .~~ -
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+ 50272 5161 ~ /CT/ LUNGS--CANCER--",'REATME;IT/S.MO}:ItIG • AND.1lEALTH/'TOBACCO--Sr;~KI1~G-~-H~ALT11 F.FFF.CT LUNGS--CANCER--CAUSATIOP7/ _ - " - - __..- .-Ir•. , . . .. 1 lk ~ , ~ -..,., . . LUNG CANCER f reafirne.nt;..., .. Clinical Diagnosis and.l m., GRUNE & STRATTON A Subsidiary of Narcourl 8ricc Jovanovich, Publishers New York San Francisco 'London "I I.
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-''-'. . . ..... s'- ~~:.... ... . . - .. o /l:o.",W- 7-- . s~~ iew•s 1ot , HQttl 2 S ? ' - ur y ft. lO amzTiTc der lCggrcgatzu s!'d nae 167 fliq) 1 g, - ~ Zur Geomefrie ed"~"r Xuge1pack'tkOrgen, hIT) von ~~~~~n~~• :(Etn~epanpen am 5. Ntai 1943) Auf Anreruno von 0. H. Hottig habe icb zu geben, wohei weder die Packrutgsdichte noch , t. - 19241) die Fra~e behandclt: 1Vie groO dart - die Stahilit5t als Aus«•ahlprinzip gilt. Sur die di A • dinationszahi ist eses. us- r hbchstens der Radius von l(ugcln Clcicircr GruBe . Chcmic der Koor ~: seln, damit cine Cegebcne Zahl von solchcn, die , wahlprinzip -- ahgeschcn von L.~:dungen - in Oberfl3che ciner "Lentralkugel vom Radius R von crster Linie maB;eblich. Wo. OstWald machte auacn bcrAhrenden; Platz hat? .Die folgcnden.mich darau( aufmerksanl, daB fifr die Physik der Arb:iten stchcn mit der angefithrtcn insofcin ih Zertcilungcn aijch die labilcn AnordnunCcn von Verbindung, ais sie cine Ableitung der dortigen Intcressc sind, und daB Sonderfallc von 1<uget- Zahlenwerte geben. DarQhcr hinaus versuchcn packrnrgcn viellcicht zur Kl'arung des Vcrhaltens sie aber eine -vbcrsicht Chcr die. mitFlichen _, von Pulvern . bcitragcn kunnten. starren Anordnunr-en vun I(uLein auf ciner i<ugcl`v~; t3esondcrc Mcthoden, die mit Sichenccit das ~) zur Ocun~ctrlc ~Ser Kuurdinattunszahl, Z anurg fiesuehte R:~dicnvcrhaltnis crbcbcn - acnn nur nirht mlr ULnmn 1;rtrarhf - tinct nt in oeQe . . . .. ' _ ' . , ~0.: U 0 U ; 1 b _ 9 W. :a "' :S : Q ~.: 1% ..~. .:./ ~., i ~....~...~._ \
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t --- ' • . (50272 5164 "- .1f .lll . TOBACCO--INDtA/ - , .. . r If , TR CLASS VIII Bu=78 S:P. ?:~:` '`r:i~ _• RJRNO. PAMPHLET VIII Bu-78 s.p. '' . % -+•~ ' r ~ aaa1t Lebensmittel-,Arzneimittel- Gerichtlictie Chem. Berlin, GANESH BIDIS,- A TOBACCO PRODUCT FROM INDIA WITH'SPECIAL REFERENCE TO KantstraBe, Berlin) : THE GERMAN TOBACCO LAW.: * (Ganesh Beedies - ein Tabakerzeugnis aus Indien. )*. Deut. Lebensm. Rundschau 74 (No. 1) 6-8 (1978) (in German complete roducts have sold stores of tobacco For some time now s ecialt p , p y " " . The cone-shaped package has a rose-colored outer - Indian cigarettes packages•of . :~r,Mwrapper with a black print in the Oriential and English•,language and a stamp in the =:German language. The English print is: "Bangalore Ganesh Beedies" and the German , / l r g n available) atio En lish trans .1.• sa s "25 ci arettes'' }' ~ g y ~•.._ . _ ._ -Y--• . . _ . . .. . . .
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~50272 5146 _, 78067. ! ~ct~EniGc:.l 1 i~~I. _ National Aeronaut=cs ond Space Administration : L ,: . Gostdv°ni SF::~a f=Npht Cwitcr:;- Greenbett, Maryland 20771; : \'. ' R!..'f, .Yl@ ~~ _ !Yr'" ....~.w..4(a~.. n
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. 0 ; Q 123 St . 1976 V i 150272 5165 CHEMISTRY, TECHNICAL-HANDBOOKS/ Handbook for ~ Chemkll arTechnacoans JJOWARD,m1=S?RAUSS'~-Ph.D. Directo:, Market and Technology Development, Gould Inc. Edited by ' .MItTON KAUFMAN Pre'sidenf, Electronic Writers i(,nd Editors, Inc. McGRAW-HILL 8OOK COMPANY Now York St. Louls Son Franctsco Aucklond D'usselderf Johannesburg Kuala Lumpw London Me:ice Montreal Now Dalhl Panama Parls t6o Paulo Sinaoaore ' L . (1rdryli/ ryo Toronto ~ t I,-
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. y j 50272 5158 of ± NVIROI\TMENTAL CONTROL 14 VOLUNIE I: AIR POLLUTION "bITor.S b1 P MS H B d d C 1~ Ri h , . . . e . . oa u ` Dinelo., Arct(on of ~nrbonmrntalHmltA y: ~ Um/Mdlw n,f Miwwi.nfw • .1E t,of• 3j:,,fat 1f 7s? .: , I ~D. .- ~ Aiecio , E`nrvonnuntal Health .. p!s!z^cl: a:.d rnrini~ centes t:.Jra«!~ uj:•lianrsotQ COORDINATING EDITOR d ~ucaara rrover,rq.u. fiA1D MhNL'ALS/` - POLLUTION--AIR see also AIR--!'OLLUTIOY% . _f . - - - . I . .~--'- -'~-'------~~--~----d Cate weuan Resem vnJrrtstry
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If 50272 5145 II Du2-77 CIIFMISTRY AND PHYSICS OF THE STRATOSPIIERE. reprinted from : P.eviews of S.P. _ ~ ys cs , ~•~, i9, iY7sI , d•/, /-/ , / yc F. S. Rowland and ]If. J. Molina ~l,0.11•i,Chlorofiuoromethanes in the Envirdnment 1-36" Bauer and F R Gilmore E . . . Effect of Atmospheric Nuclear Explosions on Total Ozone 451-458 E. R. Reiler , .. . . g'•C•1i' &Stratospheric-Tropospheric Exchange Processes 459-474 R. D. Cadlc and G. W. Grams C11 y Stratospheric Aerosol Particles and Their Optical Properties 11. S. Johnston - •_ Jj.rr V6lobal Ozone Balance in the Natural Stratosphere 637-649 J. A. Rian and N. R. Mukherjce .b, f~Sources of Stratospheric Gaseous Chlorine 650-658 . •T C. Whitlcn - -~ Shimazaki and R . . A C•ompariFnn of One•ni*nensional Theoretical 1\iodels of Stratospheric Minor Constituents 1-12 ' . 4,(` JJlfichael B. McElroy, James iV. Elkins, Stephcn C. Wo/'sy, and Yuk Ling Yung 43-1 h N 0 1 ! i.. cric z 1 &.:,rces and Sinks for Atmosp L. G. AndersoW 5 0 0 0 0 1 6 9 •+0 8 _~Y ^ ir•Atmwpheric Chemical Kinetics Data Survey 151-171 L- ~ ~
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r - . r .. ; ... { 50272 5156 . . - .. l II I°Se..-77 POLYELF.CTROLYTE PERSISTENCE IN A MTJNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY. S.P.*% Prepared for: V. COPPERS ANp . Minnesota i?niversity, Minneapolis, School of' Public Pealth, Dept. of Environmental Health Sept. 15, 1975 02221 502/77 61 - Office of ::atcru.~se- a Tcc::noloo;, ~•'ashington PR 2 ~ ~`oTye~ectrolytes or pol vmers are cocpnunds of high rolecular weight whose , 'structure is made up of many sr•.aller raolecules -- nonoxers. These cozipounds contain a nuaber of functional groups with reactive double bonds. In recent years, these synthetic polymers have found increasing use in water supply as coagulant and filter aids, and in the devatering of sludges. The thin-layer chromatoprrns demonstrated that: a) the polyelectrolyte is present in finished water, b) the polyelectrolyte in finished water appears as the ;+ol_1r!er and as monorrers, c) the polyelectrolyte or other added cher.icals (e.g., chlorir.e) reacted with the organic compounds in raw water forainG nev substances which were transferred through the various stages of water treatment to the finished water prior to discharge to the distribution systes for human consunotion. ZTie finding of the polyelectrolyte or its canor_ers in the finished vnter in itself does not necessarily constitute a health hazardO. However, the ~resence of this saaterial in the finished water should encourage atiempts to quantiiy the amounts present and their distribution within the various products of water treatcent) i.e._, finished water, sludge, backvash waters, ete. , and their effects on the recycling and recovery of vater treatment sludges. With such inforr.ntion availablr, it vill be possible to evaluate the potential hazard of t ese substances on~ the public health of persons n....w.....~.a. •S.nww crnfn..e / L\.! .S: (5 - >'11.t, - _ ^ ) .+l~~..:~.~.,.,..-. ..
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11 ' 50272 5175 ~ . .jtl BACILLUS POPILT.IAF./MICRORIAL POT.YSACCTIARIDES/POLYSACCHARIT)ES--BIOSY:THES: ARTHROBACTER POLYSACCTiARIDF.S/CAT)MIUM --TOYICITY/ _ `/WATF.R--BACTERIA/ - POLYETHYLENE GLYCOLS, BIODEGRADATION OF/YEASTS AN9 MOLD/ ' 'STRAW; MICROBIAL UTILIZATION OF (A review)/ QR 1 Ad 1978 ADVANCES IN - 6 ACADfN11C PRESS, New York San Francisco 0
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x Scientific and technical librar-tes: their organization and ~: adininislration Ibyl Lucille J. Strauss, Irene DI. Stricby 4 tandl Alberta L. Brown. New 1 ork, Interscience Puh- lishcrs t1JG4t - xi, 398 p. Illus. 24 cm. (Library science and dmimentntion; a serte.a of texts and monographs, v. 4) Revision of Technical libraries: their orqanizntton and mnnage- ment, by the Scienci-Technology Division, Special Libraries Associa- tion puhlished In 1fli1.• lnclndrec biblintirntihie4. ]. Scientiflc libraries. 2. Technical libraries. braries Association. Rcimnce•Terhwology Division. brarim lr. Title. ( aeries) 'LG75.T3S8 VA 026.5 ! Library of Congresa Iti-11 .d t r. fipeclnl Lt- 1'erhnicnl It.
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; _ .... . . ..__.. _ _. , ..._ .. .._.._....___..... _ ' 50272 5178. l _ _ i;T_Ar~ttRFR~TfiS /~EWEERRIES / :Q.~SPBERRIES/BLUEBERRIES/ CRANEER.~tIES /QURRANTS / . lOC KeF-C-224-73 ` # FliI;TT--DIStiASES AND PESTS--CONTROL/ :'LAN-1S---?ISEIISES AND PL•S;S/ _ .tgrtculture HarulLook No. 139 ~~R~~k~`ES / ..a.. ~ OTHER SMALL FRUITS UNTTED STATES DEPARTJIFANT OF AGRICL'LTUSE ' Agticultural Research Service Med:et Qualitj Research Di.vion 1.2 f/-0- Norember 1960 .9pprooed for relsrinti.ag Aprii 1966 I \ .,. .~- .r_ , _.,...> . . . . . . . ~ . . •
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. . Applied and Fundamental Aspects of Edited by' _ . ., ; J Reinert and Y. P. S. Bajaj Springer-Verlag i50272 5179 SUGARCANF./CITRUS INDUSTRY/1' CEREALS/PLANTS--BREEDING/ . ; /CDFFEE/ STRAWBERRY~PLANTS/f PLANT CELLS AND TISSUE--CULTURF./' : Berlin ! Heidelberg New York 1977
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III Du2 75 Ta Amer. Ceophy. 55 (12)1153 (1974) S • P e --- , r lOtLlttlllt. PECat/IStS Ota Snu7osneRLC OlnNE pOt • to ww-Lttnli CNLOpOttAWeaQnuKtS (sA) (Cesponsored by NJ . _ carde. atne 1.71 yhNrrado ' J770h fA 1! FLUOROCARDOI/S 1N T10: A7HOSPNERt 150272 5143 Sa ri . 1ntCMlllnnnDONOw1pMC tret3r/ Lr 'Ms TROMSIWeNr eslbt#J1 ts» Aro 1474 R. L, McCarthy (E. 1, du font de 1lewours 6 Co., Fr^ e-`'DOn Products Laboratory, t. eltww/ce . Chestnut Run, Wil.lnston, DE 19893) ~• r• s'Lwn"rt"w (Sponaor: R. J. Cicerone) . • sre.sew Celt att Revat Reweratr fluoroearbon eospounds have been raqu- ~ us.rslery, .sst,tt,stew, o.C. ro7aa taetured for about i0 yeara, five slwce teit et tstl. txt3r wes beew rewr.e nolecules of the ethane and methane s• tea et.•ewre 661.0.0 ne1 ene se'x •ttw aw aeries ara of eonreereial isportane: of etectree eepter. acteetor ase chron.tesrepe• vhioh two, FC-ll (fluorotrlehloro- lw twe .lwa. ra .erlwa •r t».• weesvr..rele ' - 1 R. J. CLCted.t (Space Ohysics.ResesrA laboratery, Universlty ef Nlchitaw, Ano Arbr Nicki an UIOS) i , t . . l:,i,_ . !. S. Rovland Itas3o . o ana (both att Departs+ent ot Che.istry. Unkvrsity of Calitornia, lrvina, Calitornia 12«4) Chlorine .toeu relet rapidly with osone ; !y tl» chain reaction (ll•(21 at alti- ttMes of 35-SO kos. C1•03+C1O+0 / C1CNO +C1.0= (2). Reaetions invo~vl (1nq N2. . CN,, NO1. ON, NC1 and NO •re also in- •ol.vd. Cf2t12 and CFCI' are widely used as propsllants in aerosol sprays and as tatriyerantsr with eurreet lodustr/al *roduftion cates of d.S and 0.) w~eqatons year- , s.wpecttvelr. mqst of which is evantually raleased to the at>"osphera. ' These qanerally inert wlecules have long att.ospherle Itfetines, and each now has aa rislnq ratio w110'10.in the troposphere. •- Arter diffusion to 2S-lt has altitude. .aeh ean absorb u.v. light between 190- !)0 sus, releasing Cl ators. At steady^' state (astlrated 40-t0 yaars), the tropo- oethane) and FC-12 (dt[luorodlchloro- sw tue eotrsl pcclfie .et.cew so^r ene 2a•s .ethane), account for over 80% of the total productlon. These oompounds are nonflaasable and have a low order of toxicity (TLV of 1000 pp.), They .re tlsed .atnly as retriterants, aerosol propellanta, and polymer te•iwina aaenta, Estiaatea have been rada of t,rorld pro- duetion over the past 15 years althouglt erti p nent data are available only on S sive e• at+raa• eettn af •1 parts p•r trtLtN.w Ippt. ewe prt tw tOt=1 tor aeoapl.erte CCLye• •!tw Nwtw.L e/ft•rewea. Mt.eew twe t.e sewltpwerea. alrereft tllawtn vp te .n elt/toda ef 7 Lw Iw •/wc•r •f F•1a bet.erw nerwiwataw, D.C. ee. ea•n •tw..A CCI3r r.le•• .rt.erw e+ swd Lsa ppt .M wCrastul pret•nntlel tr•e.- pert a1 tas eewpnvM te twe wrcttc enee. le tw• .aM/wrtew• D.C. ene la in. ww.•r Of 117e• CCtyr eMerwtrataw. v.ried an.Yly .itw .etenr.tesleet eewd/ttaes. 'tM" reeewW s••l , , productlon, The rate ot release to neviced ie tto ql .wew el. ,- . r •.M . t . .r e e the •ttaosphera depends upon the appllea- e.wdt.w .Ir r.plccee the rnttvted etr wacc. tlon• Coneencratlons Of FC-11 and FC-12 s•wpl•. cett.etN tw r.n. .t t•te ••rr el•.• in the au.osphere have been reasured`ay several invesllaacora (J. E, LoveloeR; t, R. Stephenl, p, C. Slpoanda and othara); the levels are approainately 01 la •n/ptlwa a11Mr. t4Le.M Jw Na••I/ rMtrlwN tree N t. 102 pt at CClyr wt elcnlflrewtlr alfferewt rrow eNRtes le.se r••etetr lnwt ellevs aw Reune Le., .htew waa CCIjr r•wcew• tr.ttens wf ts ppt. orr r•,vt..ewt. .re ' ew9crN ewe Kr.. •ett .Lth tMe• e/ et'e ppp to I ppb A11h ., te principal fluorocarbon tospounds are transparent to solar radistion in the treposehere, Vacuus U.V, spectra down to 600 A have beea measured (C. Sandorfy). 1!o expert- \ /w.aettrstOr. •M w.N tttr •awf-en.tyttce sNtAed•
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\ O/ r6'I t,~ IZ'p". 0'J tp.z'm~uo~en t~ ou or.a3lq jo uoT,~wzTtx?n gql uo spwtvqV SS °2 'EaTat~i "FuIlMIA •~ 19_°5.14~ R-TTTIRs:.MRSA
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C50272 5162 -- ~.,_~4 .4i : JOURNAL OF POLy,%tL•'it SCIENCI:. YOL. XXXV, PAGES 3.35-3G8 (19M ' ; XX'MeB9=73 . Therulwl Decomnosition. of Poly(ViLyl C.xloride) * _ 4 S.P.. ` • • ROIiI:ItT R: STRO.IIBHrG, and BERNARD G. ACHIIAalliL•'It. A'al:~»,cl f~urcau of S:ar,dvrds, 11'asAinglon, D. C. . \ has been ascribed to the HCl by some authors,' espccially in the patent . . . . . • ; -.• _ . It has been established for some time that poly(vinyl chloride) de- -~ •- composes at elevated temperatures into hydrogen chloride and •a colored solid.residue. The structure of poly(vinyl chloride) has been detcrmined • by Marvel, Sample, and Ray' as a head-to-tail arranoement, and the __ dehydrochlorinated product has been assumed= to hati e a polyene structure that imparts the color to this residue. The mechanism of this decomposi- tion reaction has, however, not yet been resolved. A catalytic effect literature of acid-binding stabilizcrs, and denied by others.4 The•gaseous products evo"lved after pyrolysis bi poly(vinyi chiuride~ directly into a mass spectrometer have been reported by Bradt and 1Tohlcr.' . The quantities of products obtained by this technique could not be deter-, LA-u-jup~,r mL.= d uet b;l n' 4 . ~y r •~ _. ~: ...
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„ ~ rAIR--P!1LT.UTION--,1*tALYSTS/1IR--P4T.T.TITTnN--MFASiTFF.}fENT/TRACR FT.F`iF.VTS _-A`IALYSTS/ CHEMTSTRY, ANALYTIC / PARTICLF.S--ATR PCLLUTION--ANAT,YSIS/ .
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_~ '.r~ait~.Ywwr.+.is.4~r. . .. • . . ~~w bsa.:~.-.~, • -1, ~~„ .~:.r~ww:.v. .. . 'y 1 p~ ~ Pc~- A. 'a Tioi/ P0~ A 94rl 01Y- -A Po,c ~~.CRNI,YC-1 $ lrA-0't'/e,.* ta s--/¢BSORPTiDN.f~vD ~of~RPTioN~6: Arar-. ,srp.4RRfPDN1 e-NTiA'! 7- NAAT/d.d/T/4 TRA/0~1!/E<E~rRo-PRsC~,oiT~lid,v/ T 4V ~ ~~ ~ ~ QrrD A L s-7 6 s'T ~ . . /r'A~?T~~L~ES - • ~I ~ Pd~Ct e~~bev -•~,NA~ Y~t ,e~ets, I 966 The principles and practice of the control of gaseous and particulate emissions Reader In Industrial Science University ojMelbourne 5 tl 000t6-935 , N ~y. ,r_~.,; ;•~F_: , 50272 5172 IiAJ l;LEAN11Vli
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~ ~ :- II Mes-74 . S•p• 2nd. Wastes 22.1343-53(1950) ..,. - . _. . - SIIIPLIFIED METHOD FOR ANALYSIS OF B.O.D. DATA t BY EDWARD W. 1loonE, HAROLD A: TnoaiAs, JR., ~~ lIND WiJ.LiAaL BREWSTER S\0ti9 Atsoeiate Professor of S'anifary Chemistry and .tssxiafe ProJts.or oJSanilary Engintereng, Harrard Unirersily, Cmmbridge, ltass., and Associate Professor qf Cisi6 F.ngineering, Duke Unirersily, Durham, Y. C. In the final analysis, the objective in measuring 'the biochemical oxy gen de- mand of se«ageg, effluents, or indus- trial wastes is to determine the effect these Wastes will have on the oxygen re- sources of the stream that receives them. IIowever useful the usua~ 5-day B.O.D. may be as a practical m ans of .,~• :. . . '_ controlling plant operation, it is,gener- ~ . . N~'• •. . . r.._ . _. . . .-I_ s . i . ' .. . ... s. . \ serious difficulty. Mere the value of L is unknown, the form of the equation makes the determination of the values of k and L from ori; nal data impossible, except by methods of statistical analy- sis involving rather laborious computa- tion. Three such methods have been developed-the Recd-Theriault method (1), the `rlo;-4ifference'r metl:od of cr_t..__r, .{, *_ . } - \
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50272 517b br~ .-.... -r.-..~.r .~~Y•~SM~1\.~av+a.~Mi..a~`. . . ....-. .~... . . . . . ...-.. . . ~ 438 F. Drawert et ot. • DiUcrrnzicrung c?cr Aiomastoac von I:rdbc.crai:cn ~ /,~.(' XX MeF-D-303-74 Z. tiaturfor.sch. CC 28 (9-10)488-93 ( 973)_ • . ~ Universitat 1liindien, Neihenstephan, Imtitut iOr Chemisdt-tedtnische Anal•^se der Technisdun Universitit Berlin und $nddestorsdtungsanstalt fur Rebenzudttung, Geaweilerhof, Siebeldingen fZ. Natnrfotsch. 28 c, 488-493 [1y73] ; ein(;egangen aIn 16. JunI 1973) flema Prof. Dr. Theodor iT?cland :um 60. Ceburisrag 6ercidmet Caldbtemslograpbleal-teasspectrometrical diHerentiation, aroma substances, strawberries .. ~ . I[ipe nuits ot a[Id grow+trtg varieties of s]rawberries had been homogenized under inhibition of t::aronletrische ~ifterenzierun; lvsch-massens ra Gaschr~mato p __~o_ , b p j3 V db ~ r von Cas&romatograpbical-matspectrometrica: Differentiation of Aroma Substances Fziearidt Drawert, Roland Ttessl, Gunter Staudt und Hans Koppler jastitut fur Ct<emis@t-technisdte Analyse und chemische Lebenstnitteltedtnologie der Techttisdten !be etutymes aad extracted with the adding of an Internal standard. About 40 maiu compor.ents eocld be Identified and quantitatively determined. by gasetitromatographical-mass-sprctrontetrical Mtigations.'olethyl_ketoncs and secondnrylalcohoh dominate in Fragaria raosdwta and Frageria
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. ~~ '.'. . n~ sureMe~~s. &Stre$p Stearns, Reid F Flow measiirement with orifice jneters, by Reid F. Stcarns tand othersl New York, Van Nostrand 119511 xvili, W0 p. illus. 27 cin. (The liogso series) Bibllogruphs : p. 337-340. L Flow meters. 2. Stream measurements. T. Title. TC177.58 ~~ 532.5 51-9786 Library of Congress i L53x10j \
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7 III WI BEVERAGE HEADSPACE VOLATILES ''` CAS CI"IR01~1A'!'OGIt 1PI-IIC ANALVSIS OF ALCOI-(DI IC ~ .,~.. ,. ~. . . - • t ' '• r . ... BY P. J. NVILLIAMS AND .RTrRA"G~; beverages. 0 -a 50272 5163 . J. lnst. llren•.. July-August, 1977. Vol. 83 pp. 213-219 , ~ CHROMATOGR!lPIiIC ANALYSIS--FLAVORS/ APPARATUS AND PROC(:DURE FOR REPRODUCIBLE, HIGH-RESOLUTION (Tlie Australian Nline Research lnstitatc, Clen Osmmnd, South Atutralia, 5064) . Received 12 A'oveinGer 1971 , .. L+ A readily established method is reported for concentrating. headspace volatilps on a bed of thc porous polymer, Chromosorb 105. The trapped components are transferred by a desorption tech- nique onto a small pluct of SF96 coated support material. Ttie volatiles can then bo injected onto a high-re solrition gas chrornatographic column by a simple process. The apparatus recluired and the steps involved in tho procedure are discussed in detail. Tho precision of the method for the quantitative determina~*on of alcoholic beverage headspace volatiles is assessed for a range of typical cdnmpounds. Examples are given of applications of tho technique to the analysis of alcoholic spirits and Key words: analysls-nicihcxl, gas-chromatograplq•, head- results are reported of the headspace analysis of a variety of spact, shirits, wine. alcoholicbeverages and spirits. These rnnge from aroma-rich: T,~^qv- ,~ -Q Q~ v!~- ~.,g `,~ .~ samplcs such as ~~ ines and brandies to relatively aroni t;~rcc . .
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1978 Pollan Dimorphism-Origin and Significance in Pollen Plant Formation by Anther Culture- Received: 2 June 1977; revised: l September 1977 ABSTRACT Polien dimorphism during theripening of Ntcorlnaa tabacrun anthers takes the form of diiP•erentiation at the binucteate pollen stage into normal (Y) grains, characterized by their high frequency, larger size, densely- staining cytoplasm and high starch content and into smaller (S) grains characterircd by their variable and . low frequency and weakly-slaining cytoplasm. Most of the S grains show distinct ive vegetative and genera- tive nuclei (A grains); a small nu~nber have two ~•egetatiyc-type nuclei (B grains). Evidence is presented that when excised anthers are cu1tured, pollen plants arise only from S grains. It is suggcsted that the differentiation into N and S,grains arises by an abnormal second meiotic division in the pollen mother .Kt~i..... T~R Al^t^t1--POT,LE~1/T~RACr(1--t :E*rFrTCS / ~ 7R ~e Ann R 4 ~ Key words: Nkottana tabacuon, tobacco, pollen dimorphism, anther culture. -,... ~ - . - M. HORNER and ~_MWft Botanleal Laboratories, Unlcersity ojLetcester, Leicester, LE! 71tN INTRODUCTION Npplot~plat~ts h~e csi#ab4~ applications in plant breeding and fundamental research (S~tttde and. 19I1~ clchCrs. 1972: Plndev. 1973). Howevcr their use is restricted hv lack of methods for producing them in hiFh frequency (Riley, 1974). The discu%•ery that .
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50272 5185 Y BLACKWELL SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS OXFORD LONDON EDINBURGH MELBOURNE 9 4 8 ;ou IA-& , PLANT CELLS ANi) TZSSUF.S--C.UT,TURF./ TISSUES--'CULTURE/ rBOTANICAL MONOGRAPHS • VOLUME 11 . ,iPLANT TISSUE AND CELL CULTURE 0
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.4av.& aax eot,vd 504 995T • Pa tt3h `s3Itm-nH3m c,fYtel
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50272 5133 JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL 85. NO. C12. PAGES 7445-7452 DECEMBER 20_ t9ao K. W b' given. First results from three flights at mid-latitudes are presented, induding measurements showing a A description of a new cbemiluminesoent balloon sonde for measuring stratospberic nitric oxide is K. H. WEILER, P. FABIAN, 0. FtENTJF, AND W. A.- MATTHEWS ° r.. ,<k- . . .. .._.~ . . JIIax-Plmnck-lrutlndJi7rAerononJe, D-3IlJ XarlMbwr-Undar 3. Federd Repvblk ojGern=r found to be up to a factor of 2 larger than the mornin j valuea baween ascent in the morning and descent in the afternoon was otuerved. The afternoon values wete slow reduction in NO mixing ratio beginning 21 hours before sunset. A hysteresis in the NO mixing ratio R7 . _ . ^ - .. . . . . . . 17' . nr •• i: {r . , tnE empencyaA atatnless steel tube, through which ozone : 'lbere is Sood aareement between observed and aiculated injected into the reaction chamber, is inclined at an anale c vertical profiles of many :tratospheric trace constituents ra . aS• to the axi.s of the chamber (Figure 2) and mounted tar lated to the chemistry of the earth•s ozone layer. Exceptiont 6entully, to the chamber walL It was found that in this pos- ` such at NO, and specie: bowever- stiU jive tise to laree ~n tbe best mixing could be achieved and back diffusion, ia QOj , ``a' pa rtaat at low ressures, waa minimized. The insulatin :. disaepan ' between measnrements and model calculuions ~~Po P :',.. -~`- and also among measniements can'ied out by diR'ereni tecls•'double window, separatina the cold PhotomuhiP her from th ,__~ warm raction chamber, consists in one of a 61ter with te~ut ~..._ sai 97 N ~.. ~ ~ . :~ ..V a~. v . ~~ .. ~ .. V "..` ".1" . ....C } . ..,j . r . , \
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. . . ---~ ~50272 5159 TOBACCO--SMOKE--CARBON MONORIDE--DETERMINATION/ ,,-- . ---~---~- Vl _ r a -80-. -. . . , S". eemtsma, Uambur;; , i. EJO'E}:IPti;*iTAL FOU:IDATIONS ' FOR STANDARDS IN THE DETEP.MINATION OF CO IN : CIGARCTTE S`!0}:E. . 8 Cigarettenrauch.) . ..~~.~ - . . . .. . ~t.. ... ~ (Experimentelle Grundla8en zum Normvorhaben der C(}- Bestimmun iam Tabai.kolloquium, 21st, Berlin (June 11-16, 1979), 22pp. - in German. *Kcyc.•ords: Carbon tuonoxide, smoke, constituent; I RJR CLASS N0. PAAII'HLET 'VI Ta -80 ! . . . .. .: ....,- . . . -
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•~~zrsan:~ ys:IJL~ W4Sti vs-XqOH UT (ci,S6t) t L-OIt (S. °~ly) , ke;ij a.d-v{ rri o.TT o'4ot~d. 'M pua gI~Tgd •Q -t3tt,eP^0 •T dQ ~$:SS.Ls2:NtJ?J ~io 2a. 'T `,att~~~`J . 1
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~7 : c f 50272 5167 6~ r~; LYFR,iRIE,s, 11972 FsRI"ODTCALS-•TNrOY'dA`fI'J.~ SOiJRCES/ BiBLIOGRrPi~--csIIiLIC''hA~')~I~of Scientific and Technical" . . .~: CFHEMISTRY AND PHYSICS LIBRARIAN ' 'rHE PF•NNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSRY !I . - =.: Irene K Shreve FORMERLY CHIEF UBMRIAN ZLJ ULLY AND COMPANY - . LIBMRY AND EDITORUL CONSULTANT iECOl1D EDfTtON Alberta L Brown PORMEALY FtEAD LIEMRUN t , . : . TNE UPJOHN COMPANY Lf6RARY CONSULTANT A W1LEY•BECKF.It•HAYES PUELICATION {l11){ldl ary of John Wiley &Soat, Tna `'' Plew York!• Londoa • Sydney • Toronto • Bethesda t .. . ~ _'.'1
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Hr.-mund, E. Ce.yler Si•iOKIhG IiADITS AND DISEASE IN ILLINuIS , Ey E. Cuyler Hairnuand and l;velyn C. StreeL. Illinois l:ed t Jour. 126 (No. 6) 651-5 (1964) i
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5027 2 5189 ~ A TECHNIQUE F0R DS'IL'IL'QItiING LDF'w^PLBT SIZE L`ISTFcIBUTI©:;S USING LIQUID AiITP.4GEI;, by P. J. Strc®t, and V. 8. J. Dsaaford Jowc. Inate retroleft 54 (No. 536) 241-242 ' (Aug.; 1968) . J III .Stl 1968
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` ~ 50272 5149 ~ - . P~(74 17 1~JiC-iV - - ~ I I I Du2 80 :, ~ E. F. DANIELSEN S.P. oa 97J3J Cw..rra on ..bwerr of Arnw-Ante sck-cw O.r oa sra. uwf.a:u `~:"' • .-. a . ; ~ y, . : q JANUARY 20. 1980 Ure:pectedly Wp aQOae siai.j tatioa eeawred on tee Avtm 19T7 Obbal Atmapbetic Measuro- i.Ma 8sperioe.t of Tropoepberie Aetosol. asd Qaee. (Oaatai) fijlt fFom San Fraea.oo, Ca1if, to Hilo, Haraii, .rs int rwws to be of Mrslaep6eric ariSia, tbea the asat pqobabk mode of traa.pon ia ds1aYnaed& tuatropic trajectories ara trao.d badred in ticse fiom tbe obeervatiow to tbe boundariea d ths Mratwpben, cloN to t6e nortbetn .extioo of the Asiatic ooatiseat. A travel ti,me of only 3 days via 6t IarSe-eeak waves is almoet 100 tanes faNet than tbat aomputed flom the ruaal-eea.ooal mean cirai- IMiwe. Also. tbs lamaar arwmro of tbe amooe di.tribwioa is oo.riaeat with a foided tropopeu.e. V()l.. RS. NO. CI AGO JOURNAL OF (fL'OPIIYSICAL RESIiAgC1/
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TECNNICAL REPORT DATA Q'4EM NN/aerc/twi on tl1e /r.ar.e ielarr eowpfe/fAE! 1. ErOaTNO. i aECV1ENT7ACCEMIONNO. EPA-600/2-80-094 . tITIE ANDeueTlTla / . /IEro/1T DATa ^• r Au ua 1980 (Ieeu Date) ~~~~~ Il'~A .~ Of 1~~A1~ SO~ IQ1qPP OX ~.,w.....•~ ~E/11o/1MINO OIIOANIZATION CpDE AL1l AFLAU7A, CDDtCIA - ~ • 7.. .E.FOI1MINO O/IOANIrAT1ON /1Ero/1T No. d Jamea f. MGCoonall sl Y!J z; . IERIONMINO OAOANIrA ION NA E D A . ,. 1 l -it.s. 6eolo4iul survep , 3sa1C,APEC613A,SOS/1,TAS[ 62 vater Reaources Divisios ' IAc . suita s, 6681 Peachtree Industrid Doulevar4 ~A-IAf•rDb-OU7 Doravill., Ceorgia 30360 • 1!. EMNfORINO AOENCV NAME AND ADD/1EM /1 TVPE Of NErO11T AND IEAIOD COVEaED 2lunicipal EnvirOOSrntal Research LaDoratorp-.Cia.,06 Pinal 10/75 to 10 77 OfEicn ot IIesearch and Ile1lelopment ~ 11. VONiO111ND AGENCY CODE U.l. Eaviron.eotal Protection Aqnep l, --- CEncinnati, Ohio 43268 EPA/600/14 1a. tNHIEMENTANT NOTM . Project Officer: JoLs 1. 16q1i.D (513) 6a4-y613 r The oejectiv. of this study wns to assess the iapact of atornvater runoff from point and Donpoint sources on tha wter quality oF receiving strea.s in the Atlanta area. Eyphaais rss placed6 the collection of ulter-qualitp data in the .um.er aDd autumn to detersine the fapact on streau ftom runoff produced by thunderator.a durinj the drr-weather seasons. ' j ~'~ 'a+ ~.yt Y ` - \ l
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50272 57 77 .,.., r, rc ~ • „~plBLACK£I'RP.?F.S /Ri UT9.FrRIF:S/'3Rl:CCOLII !1.*II:~LIA•~I~• `)1:•• /ASP:1It:.GLS/BI:r12rS,S.. BRUSSELS SP ROUTS/CA~TTAT.OUPF.S/CARROTS/CAULIFLt~~•JLR/CEi.. RIAC/CFS.F:RYi CHr'•'~IrS/ r.~ SCAROLE/ CoLLARDS IC=~RN, S•L T/ CRA~1 BERRIES / DAi:PE].I O\ S/ DATT:S / FCf:~'L: ~ti'T /••• +jtIVC-c. FIGS/FRUIT AND VEGETABLE FILM DIQECTORYlG.+.ItLTClGQOSF•itFaRI-S; GRaPEFRUITlRO`n-Q.ABI/ ,tUSHR00='tS/,.'USTAD r.D GRFEi~IS/O~=P.A/PARSLLY/P?1RS"•IPS/ LE'•.~JYSILETTUCF•./LI~fES/LYCIIEES/ : ~ •rS! D^1:-iS/PLRSIAa '~tELO\S/FI~EAPP.LES/PLU`!S-PRU'.JFS/PO?IEGRA`:ATES/PADI~~ PEACHF.S/. ~• RASPBFRRIL_S/SiIALLOTS/SPI:iACH/STRAIfBERRTF.S/TA'dGELOS/I.'ATER CQFSS/'•!.%TER::EI•O.:S ~ C^C0: L'TS/CUCI`:f:r:.SiC~`~1.~ES/= lCAEB"CE~/ I iPiI~SI~` P a~ 7^ r IEY r ~( ~T S 'ri~:~:Il SEc S/ S '^ `rrS fFO:i"GP.~~:!!TE5/PLtiEaV. ..~ Sra. ~ 'riS-~'R ,•:. .. lF Ld : •nc j~Rt^::S J - . - FEPFEr,. ~r .,L.,....._. '1D .'*G T:fi..L~: taLt~ :h:.u L ;,~~; av~G=~23-73:: ~L ' -- 4.,assi~an,' V:GF.TASLE i,SSr1C.Ai.•O:Y1 ' - _ _ UNI? . ` - ByrD -.- _• . . ~-s ; ~ . ... ~Y _ ...'1+--1.. .
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0 4i= *(no affil.)* . ~~ ...-_ NICOTINE--INSECTICIDES/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHELT 77 ti1I St INFLUENCE OF TEMPERATURE AND HUMIDITY UPON THE VOLATILIZATION OF FROM TOBACCO DUST-LIME HYDRATE MIXTURES. Jour. Econ Entomol. 18, p. 590-93 (1925) (in English) - - ~ *M te datek ~50272 5192 7 7 XII S i~ A little water addcil to the tobacco dust-lime hjdratc inixture insures the more ~ ' rapid evolution of the nicotine, the rnoisture being more important than tcmpcrlture. During recent )'ears, the use of tobacco dust and other nicotine- i containing material as an insccticidc has come into very common prac- 'vice. , ' ' _ . ". --:------' _ .~;~ . y1CnTI\E fll
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T013ACCa PRODUCTIOti IN TIiE FAR EAST ~ 1963 .27 Pages University of Maryland Maryland _.d....R~ _
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\'. f e ~ ~~ ~50272 5191 . - Co1.13.mn, R. C. HIGII-M002'IPJE TOBACCO, by R. C. Collison, J. D. Harlan and L. -R. Streetor. Geneva, Id, Y., New York State Agricultural bc?eriment Station, 1929. 20 p. 214 cin. ("t- Bulletin No. 562)
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Beain Research Br11sNn, Vol. 6, pp. 451453. 1981. Priettd in tlrc tJ s A'--"`°` -5'i . . ..._ _ Iniiihitioi~ 'go yMorphirie and Morphine-like rugs of \Ticotiae-induced Emesis in Cats: / .. _ _ _ . . ~J ..i.: -,.. ...- . . . . - . . . . _ , .. .. 'L: i ,• Y ~ : .• .i... D. B. BELESLIN S. K. TIC, KSENUA STEFANOVIC-DENIC, = DANICA MICIC~ -„S;t: .; ~ DP,oartmrnt ojPharmacology, Medical Faculty, Department of Pharmacolorv tacu/ty oJ t~harmacy, lIOOb Beograd P.O. Box 662, Yugoslavia .L}~~~4 Y^ druss. Tbe emetic and anti-emetic action of morphine, methadone and pethidine can perhaps be ascribed to an agonisNan- WRonist activity. Further, the pqssible site of inhibitory action of morphine and morphine-like druys on the emesis cot~ i~ted~ymilqe~ygan~oifnvRSt~~d.me rp~c ~ morphine-like dnuSs depress or abolish the emetic effect of cotlot inh~Hi r~.! ect ~d t~ , pethidine is observed after a transient emetic action of these _-... ~ 81 X 6e;; NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ A,4 s~w~. Received e d 20 December 1980 tnorplune, methadone and pethidme u~jected into the cerebral ventricle of the unanesthetized cat upon emesis produced by ~ and morphins-likt dnrgs oj nkotinr-induced e~eesis in cats. BIUIN RES. BULL. 6(5) 431-453, 1981.-The effect of ~~ es>rs.r~l..uv, D. B., S. K. KRS77C, K. STEFANOVIC-DENIC. M. STRBAC AND D. MIC`IC. Inhibition by morphine
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POL1811 JOURNAL OF CIIEMISTRY p•O1tAtE1tLY ROCZNIKI CIIt:ldll) p i!, !a7 (I>r71) (r- ~ . p,MEt3iyt,aMiao_ P~wH~o(NG~', ~c-TN-Y . P~~21 Hi V!l`~S ~' CTRON IMPACT IONIZATIONWASS SPECTROMETRY OF YRI141IDINE DI3RIVATIi'I:Su REARRAtiGI?AI>;ti,TS IN TIIis MOLECULAR IONS OCQDir'I~ cItY0,AI~~--~-. -irTl[YI,T1 O, AND METHOXY-I'YItIhIIDINCS j Institute of Chemis~tr~y, A. Mickieaoicz University, 60780 PoanalF ~~Poclfodne -/1u, ~4-dw metyloaninopirymidyny i niekt6re pochodne 4- -metylotiopirymidyny, 2,4-bis(mctylotio)pirymidyny, 4-metoksypirymidy- ny I 2,4-dimetoksypirymidyny pod wplywem bombardowania elektrona- mi tworz$ odpowiednio juny (AI-CH=NII)+-, (M-*S1I)+ I(M-'OHI+. Za- - proponowano mechanizmy tworLcnia siq tych jonbw. ' nUe>qlyativles q[ 2-~ir 4•dimAthylaminopyrimidine and some derivatives ~-'bt ~metfiyltbtopy?ImidRte,~l,4-bis(methylthio)pyrimidine, 4-methoxypy- rimidine, and 2,4-dirnethoxypyrimidine on electron impact give ions ' (M-CH=NH)+•, (M= SH)+, and (M-'OH)+, respcctivcly. The mechanisms se ions have been proposed.
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Peckner, Doaald , 1964 250 Pages Reinhold Pubtishing New York ::~
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NATURAL AND SYN'I'HETIC MATERIAIS 1~ - VYITH THE INSECT HORMONE ACFIVITY. XIL' : I. . . " . . : • f : _~- ".`~ x''' ' ` ~i . . . . . . . . . . : SYNTI-iF.SIS OF METHYL'3,7,11,11-TETRAPJLETHYL-2-DODEOENOATE,' ., ;.. .:: .'•. AND SOME VF 1"!-5 1LUMULUUUra :
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80 I I Ey-81 •• ,: _, . S P . . Multivariate Visual Evoked Respdnse Correlates . of Intelligence a !~x T _ _ .~. ~.~7~ (14=.50, p <.Ol ). ~.[~~;;r. NATHAN W. PERRY, JR., JIJUA G. MCCOY, WALTER R. C~JNNINGHAM, JANET C. FALGOUT. AN ~ It ..as hypothesized that deterndnatloa of the type and u"" "~~^' °f Fro.~eo muktdlmeosiooal Hta~al evoked res ate ~m of the nVtionshtp between tbE po (VER) and inteWgence would be enhanced using multipk VER meaaares. It waallLrtberassumed that any relationship found would have more empirical and conceptual u~h• the mon homogeneous the subject sample with respect to intelkctual ability. A eattery otabilitks tats was administered to 93 S-rr-old children (SO girls, 48 boys; mean age. 67.16 apos; meaa IQ,119.5, SD, 9.6). VERs were record~d from three direrent scalp locations ~leh and right hemispheres and occi~ital midline) to t6ree:tlmulus condltions (2~ A sec asbes 2rsectt . paern. Htee ilasAts). Seven sped6c taetors derived hom measures ortbe VERs (e.g.. ampiitude. latency. av ww[~s varlaDlef 10 multfY~te k- aaalyses. SigaiAcaot moldple corrdatloua were found between tb ~ vER e rsriables and WPPSIl a tota J;-,.;' ; IQ'aad WPPSI performaoce scaled score Cotrelatb . ' a to tbe WPPSIld verbal scae score was not dptlDeaat. The relations6lp between VER and performance +)ie, was lLrtikr explorcd with canonical k~ _~~ corrtilatioos whk6 w i
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. ~ tA I 403 ~ ~tre.pfli' ol~:'c~atcri.ls." P Parker, Harry, 1887- \e.~ Simplified mechanics and strena h of materials. York, Wiley i1951j : , xiv, 275 p. dlagra 21 cm. 1. 1lfechanlcs, Applled. 2. Strength of materlnls. ~ i. Title. 620.1 Library of Congress 1201 Full naine: Harry Ewtng Parker. 51-11713
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. . . . . ~ { ~ • • ..~ .._.. _ _.... . . . . / ~_~~... ~..~.. .~.. . -- , 50272 5211 CURRED?C,Y/ ~ 73 I Co STP.E?iGTii::\Il:G TY.E ';^:?i.TAT:Y :=•1"•~""•'-' ; r N S J ! tatcment on ntia n icy Po ~ C~ mittee for Economic A i• Develop:ne.nt, Research • l~y the fic•scarch anul Policy Comnrittec 3- and Pol i cy Commi t tee • o/ the Coi»» irttce /or Eco»onuc Derclopntcrt July 1973 ' -. _ . .- . ..... 'N~ • !,w P.:
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J ; . - .. I 50272 5173 73?Zl~r . . 0. -Exploring Rice:Stra:w by caniulg Electron Mlcroscopy* ' .:.... . F.T.JONCS : . IVestern Regional Research lahoratory', Agricultural Research Service, U.S• Deiartnrent ojAgriculture, Berkrley, Calijornia 94710, U.SA. Introduction _ Rice farmers dislike the practice ofplowing under the straw left from their ` rice harvest because the high content of silica (tip to 1876) prevents the straw from rotting iii the soil for several years. The usual disposal by burning the fields of straw results in great.clouds of soot and silica-rich ash. which Dollutes the atmosnhere. Persnns who inhale.the nartir.lec suffer~;_;..,....;~~ ,~. , . . ....,
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Houston, Texas April 1-5, 1979 ARGONNE NATIONAL :.ABtiRATORY, ARGONNE, II.LINOIS_ [50272 5195 II MeAi-80 S.P. . NATIONAL AI(: QL'ALITY POLICIrS AND DEVELOPING ENERGY TEAI:JOLOGIES ~ ,_ .. . by Prepared for ldt-Aei rsoot . perated-under Contract W-31-109-Fng-3E,for the !1. S. QFPORTMFNT AF FNFR[:V., D. b. Carvey and AIChE 86th aational Mpeting ;. ~_
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50272 5223 -- BF 575 Ca 1974 /TOBACCO--ANNT I-Srit)K I?:G i The Western Way of Qeath . T„~nslon . -- ' nd ,eart ittacks Malcolni Carruthers, M.D. PANTHGUN 130OKS A Division of Random Housc, Ncw York ,i11
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. .t;rw- . a~~ °.%pdoad omZag,usy2og saos; 3Vaso3o11d (°93uvId 8114 30 zyjfaa Lo VItO te"F7tze,ss3 ;o W43 u0) 'E:s7:v5'7.9ti }Zf'I i`:~.~':ZCrt.i. H1~`1•l VSUMS V?` J.I S:a ZaS AX
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u'"? nms '--AZTEN DES fiTIM-.S" :'~.~;a C"L-S WI tiho bo;iarica of essen'd--3, o3.3n of £>^3:,Flr_ c+o3~. ) - .. Metoatat frc:a: P.ot.aa. German with English,abstr.
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'_~50272 5218 . CANCER--CAUSATION BY•PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS/STRESSAPERSONALITY/ - ress ana:.cancer: . ~ ~ e state° "o CLAUS BAHNE BAHNSON, Ph.D. o .. - . ....z,. 1 (3) ao~- 9 P1 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 fao- . tors seems to increase vulnerability to clinical canber. A blind :_ statistical sorting of cancer patients versus matched control pa- ` that bear tients on psychological items alone yielded results ` promise for future psychological screening procedures. Three possible psychosomatic intervening prdbesses are reviewed in order to plo~e~e,~tioAfo~mo~e sgecifj~ re~arc,hinto the effects ot~e n tbld s ss f d~res~tod'bn ~lnerability to cancer: relevant neurologic, endocrine, and imniunologic data • s- ~ .. _ . J!3 . physiologic processes (neurolog- ic; endocrine; and immunologic). Personality pattern 'I'!u 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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_, ItJR CLASS NO. PALtPIfi."T 75 X lli • ' Rill, D..; Ciles, M. ; Dr,hle, F: ; (r'liiti--Cancer Council:'Victoria, Aust.) i Paper Prescnted at meeting (namc not given) (in L•nFlish) , AVFNA SATIVA CY.TRACT IN T1lE TiEATi•4ENT OF CQtiPULSIVE CIGAPETTE SItOIiE•P,S . ,S. 75 i: lli TOBAGCCi.--S?;GP.IfiG---1<ELT:rQiiISilihG/_ ( Sn!)77 S14u .*Abstr. in: Aust. New Zeal. Jour. ;ied. 4 (No. 3) 314 (1974)*
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150272 5197 . - . . . .. _ . ~4. . . . . CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS- GAS CHROMATOGRAW E JR7. 96 p 72-VC 81 I I I Stl F'C GARTEN6AUIY I SSENSCHA S/( ; A Simplified Method for.Rapld Gaschromatographic Determination of rz . .. . .. • . . sudlung -& VmO~f~ zt~hrt(~lde ~ed~tung B~ ~ge (z. B. STRACKENBROCK 1961, jA J s et al. 1969, ' tefndert urn o~ec}.m~ ~i r VerEn~erunoen rr Frue~te P7~11LAAD !t al. 1970, TRESSEL und ENNINGS 1972, g das Anfallen grSQerer Mengen von Wasser oder es sind Qualicat von Friic}lten hat neben sensorisdten Tests und der Bescimmung von Zudcern und Sauren die Unter=, langere Adsorptionszeiten erforderlidt z. T. uber mehrere Fur die Beurceilun d'es Ges~madii und der inneren. • verwendung duser Methode ofc Schwungkacen dur~ Elnleitunp { kohle, Porapak Q, Tenaxt). Allerdings encstehen bei infol8e versdtiedener Behandlungs- und Lagerun8sver•, SHATAT et al. 1978). Eine kurzfristige Anderung in der t . .• . _._, , . . • • . . --..~..~...~.~r ...- ~.--•------------- - Vereinfachte Methode zur schnellen gaschromato- q=:;;~'" graphischen Bestimmung von fluchtigen, Aromastoffen
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. • . i 0 ' J50272 5202 RJR CLASS NO. PAMP1i1.ET 77 XII 13a '/'J''64_/Babak, S. F. ; Yondrashov, *(no affil,)* METHOD OF PREPARATION UF 'JABASINE BASE . ~hur. Prikladnoi Kt)imii 49 (No. 6) 1328-1330 (June 1976) (in Russian) *Translation in: Jour. Appl. Chem. 49 (No. 6) 1356-8 (1976)*(in English ` , TTo simpli(y production of anabasine base from crude anabasine sulfate. we have de~ised (2) an essca- ~ tiaUy new and entirely different simple, cheap, and rapid process for isolating chromataoraphically pure inabasine base directly from crude anabasine sulfate. The crude anabasine sulfate is treated with cobalt sul fate solution •to form the crystalline complex salt cobalt anabasine sulfate of the composition CoeO4(CtoHt4N=)• }1190,• 11 H=O, which is separated from the mother liquor on a BUchner funnel under vacuum and recrystal- lized from water. An aqueous solution of this salt is neutralized to an all:aline reaction and the free anabasirf ' l 1_k. aUY_pu.rP_a_nyttasino base is obtained by vacuum distillation from the residue-W-*' , base is extracted into beazene. The benzene extract Is dried, the benzene Is distilled off, and chromatogra . .. :~ , , . . . . ~~
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BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/STRESS/CORONARY HEART DISE A SE/ ~" ' ' , , ERSQN Q ALITY/ EAW by t Kirk R Blk `anstan. Patricia Pliner, and lanet Pblivy ADVANCF.S IN.THE STUDY OF COMMUNICATION AND AFFECT 3 :^ ~ r~ 3 ~ . blume 6 . . . . h~ ~~~ . ASSESSMENT AND 'MODIFICATION OF EMOTIONAL BEHAVIOR .,_......_:L. 4°• ~IR AriS a.r .. . PL.ENUM PRESS: rjEy yMK AND LONDON ~ei;e ~r4i3r~;: r- .+'Ai-:: >
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~ STREPTO(:pCCUS~,~TN FUM4NIAE=_(Laboratory diagnosis, - serology and epedemiology of )/ ~- k BACTERIA, SEROTYPING OF/BACTERIA,TA.KONO2'!Y/'JIBRIO CHOLERAE/STAPHYLOCOCCUS/ YERSINIA ENTEROCOLITICA/ - 1f1 ,':r.,
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OJ sA!' ~97 +'I J' tOj °ad~ LL ~~ ~~ ~ pam % q3 , . . . • 6L~~:05 O a0 1 '09 'b1='J:M 'IVJLimKJ Q;Iff Szmmi'J 3lE'l~~II'+w Hflus Ss •;l" XL':St3!"'1,:;I ZYJS1iSJ10 1}M, ~r'f~Fl 86 tS ZLZOS
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50272 5204 ~ ~Sj l! ~ l~'j .. -,• . • . •' • . ` • . ~ %~~~e-+hJ~U,~-,~"~ ~ " Oq-- XZiLB RESEARCH TOURNAT. .r, • ~ ~ ~ ` . ; Orientation-p,}sorientation Effects in Tensioned, Mercerized Cotton. The Pretreatment of Yarns for Wash-Wear Fabrics of w • High nd Durabilitp • • ' . • ~ • • - ' • • ;. ~ . .~..e:cf. i ~.. . .'-: _t'?.. a.~ ~' r. , .... . . . . • . ,. ... • • . . A. L DivRriiY, M. F. MAItCAVIO, AND C. M. WELCH Sordhan Re jiona! Re,rearch Centert, New Qrkons, Louisiona, 7019A, U. S. A. .•• • . , .,_ _. _ • . y'x. .,, . •:r . t: .~~ . AoJ ~p~ Cr ..f.~.'~L--_ . , - •I • .ri?iM~.• ~'N, • • • • . : • . .`:arv .v.. ..1~..... . . . .. . _ . S1ac1< mereerization of cotton, with restretching to various degrees in the mercerizing alkali, was compared to merceriza- ' lion at constant, presclected lengths as a method of yarn pretieatment. Fabrics were woven of these pretreated 2-ply Yaros and were erosslinked with D.**IEU to awrinkle recovery of 270°-286• (1V + F). In certain cases little or no loss of strength occurred during DI' finishing, and the yam-mercerized fabrics possessed greater strength after crosslinking than ordinary fabric not crosslinked at all. \foreovee; after 20 lauhderings several of the experimental wash-wear fabrics equalled In strength the unmercerized, uncrosslinked, unlaundered fabrics prepared as controls. X-ray orientation, yarn strength, and elongation, as N•eil as the degree of stretching during yarn pretreatment, were correlated with yarn and fabric strength after crosslinking and after fabric laundering. In )•arn slack-mercerized and restscich,~d to 91%of normal length, both the strength and the elongation after crosslinking equalled the values for unmercerized yarn before cross- linFing. es~ e e et rr c~t y~ tnrtc~ w•ov froo tbe~ }~s. Evidence is presented that domains of sw•elled ~ and shrun n eollhlosemlAt in'ahereFfuedltottdWfibeh evad aftfr tension has been•apnlied to orient the crv«incr.. ~ • ~~~'~ ~ -- f' ,. ~~ - ' rf...:. ~ ,t ~ ~ b
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O''Stirepto>;~rycea' antiblaticsy: va3. ~Yt 1 Encyclopedil of chemical technology, edited by Rasinonc? E. Kirk and Donald F. Uthiner. Assistant editors: Janet U. Scott and Anthony Standen. New York, Interscience •En- cyclopedin ti947- •. 11Ina 2T cm. Includes bibliographles: CONTENTB.-v. 1. A to Anthrluildes.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon-arc.-- r. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchopheu.-v: 4. Cineole to dextrose.-v. 5. Dt- to ezploslves:-v. 6. Egplosh•es (cont'd) to furfural.-v. 7. Fur- naces to folite.--v. 8. Ion exchange to metal plat)ng.-v.'J. Metal sur- face face treatment to penicillin.-v. 10. Pentacene to polymetbtno dyea.- r.11. Polyols to rutin. 1. Chemistry, Technical-Dictlonaries. r. Rtrk, Raymond Eller, 1800- ed. TP9.E68 ~ ) 660.3 48-234 rev Library of Congress ir'.rid=101 --.z:...u_...~.,~.. . . . . ...
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r50272 5222 PSYCNOTHERAPY/PSY('NAT.f1GY, PHYSI0I.OGICAT,/MFATrT*TF., pSYf'1mSMtATTr/ BIRLIOGRAP}IY--:lFDtCP.~F./ STRESS/BF.IIAVIORAT, SCIF.NTCE/ n . aU. A Suv3Y rci t~ 1-Lit3rr3 E FA1CIE @II1JDTLR If I/PIEtIOfI • MEW YOf K-WAS811'G10W-LON, DON t I
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RJR TRANSLATIM Zschr. psychosoms ed., 26:246-258, 1980 CONDITIONING 0F TRESS-INDUCED BLOOD GLUCOSE_AND R. Cervinka, M. Koller, and M. Haider.: From the Institute for Environmental Hygiene, (Head: Prof. Dr. M. Haider).. ( 50272 5224 * ) LOOD.1,IPID CHANGES Vienna University Conditioning of Strtss Induced Blood Glucose and Blood Lipid Changes may play an important role in the development and maintainance of various ptycho.o- 6actiona. According to our hypothesis these 1Farned ("conditioned") :treu reactions tioning phax) may induce conditioned changes in blood glucose and some blood lipid changes after aingle, multiple and repeated stress and that furthermore neutral signal stimuli - after a series of simultaneous prer.erttationr with the stressor stimuli (a condi• sults, as we demonstrated that there exist pronounced differences in the metabolic The evidence for acute metabolic changes following intensive stress arises from a number of experimental •tudiea. In our investigations we could differentiate these re• ,
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ICINE/P7FpICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/,,.:. _ E/BIRTH WEIGHT/EMOTION/ANXIETY/STRESS/, .,~ Foundations of Psychosomatics 1
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. . . (.50272_.5221 ~-,-. 2STRESS/HEART--DISEASES--SOCIAL ASPECTS/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/'. ITALIAN AMERICANS/, 1 I.• 9! f'! + L~ . - . • . . { --..W77. John G. Bruhn and Stcwart Wolf Photographs'by Remsen Wolff
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C 50272 5227 " flEART-=DISF.ASES--PSYCHOSOMATIC ASPECTS/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/ {; ` .Gc BEHAVIORAL SCIEAICE/$TRESS~~ i s(AMJ."~JL JlwVNE'JL•JJ.JRJLAVI®i_ RV - {~~t .. ~ri. -{~j,t•r:.'lT Tl dorc M Bembroski = Editcd by Stephcn M. Weiss Jim L. Shields;~ ~;~:~: ,... `' Suzanne G. Haynes :` ~~. Manning Feinleib > I
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50272.5226 9, / STRESS/ SMOKING & HEALTH/CANCER--TREATMENT/CANCER--PREVENTION/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS/ ~ RC 261 Co - 1982 , Psychosocial Aspects of Cancer ~ Joseph W. Cullen, Ph.D. Dtpury Dfineb. Jonswn CompnAeiulx Connr Ceste. Unirerdry oJCal{/o~1a Loa Aiijsler Loa Aq{ela. Co!&xIo
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, --n -_;• ; - 79 XI St We are still trying to do these-things:`',? TOBACCO--RESL'ARCH/TOBACCO--`3ARYLAND/ K' Univ,Maryland, College, Pk.; Md., U. 54). A~HISTORY OF MARYLAND TOBACCO RESEARCH. ,I aryland Agr. Exp. Sta., College, Pk. Md., MP 934; 15 p. (June ~ - _ _ . _. .~ ,.... _ _ __ _.... _ ._ ...._ _:__._. ,..... . _ ._ Two general I Ines ofwinqui ry ieere proposedt; ~ ltkq; Cannot Maryland tobacco be improved in quality: - First - By introducing new varieties of the plant; or Second - By special feeding or other treatment of the kinds commonly grown in the State.`. T~ . . : . . . . •. ' .` . . _ . .. . . -' . ,.~ . .. . Cannot the product per acre of toblcco beincreased;._ First - By special fertilizers or methods of manuring; or Second' By new or improved methods of cultivation. x- , <T ,. : _~... . :: j 50272 5187 .._.....rw~..-.~.~+T-~':. w-..~~. . '" RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 XI St ....::.,....t.
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0 . i 50272 5235 , ..~ ... HEART--DISEASES/ARTERIOSCLEROSIS/`STRESS/ANXIETY/,.',, Groen, J. J., etal. Univ. Leiden, Oeystpeest, The Netherlands -'.PSYCf?OSO`iATIC RESEARCH. A collection of articles by J. J. Croen and others on psychological factors in the causation of. MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION, CORDNARY HEART DISEASE, DUOpENAL ULCER, SERUM CHDLESTEROL, ETC. Papers dat6d:. 1952--1973
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BEHAVIORAL- SCIENCE/PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSTnLO(:ICAL/STRFSS/MEDIC,h1F,, PSYCHOSOMATIC/ DISEASES==CAUSATYnN & THEnRTFS nF CAUSATION/LUkCS--CANCF,R--CATJSATIOV/ HYPI:RTENSION/ CANCER--CATJSATInN/HEART--nTSFASF.S.-STRFSS/ TOPICS IN E?JVIRONMENTAL PHYSIOLOGY AND MRAICINF,, edited by Karl E. Schaefer/ . ~ . ~ Environment. the . Social . . 1977 • • . 49 ~4 ~esr~J L~. G al6l L.•~ ;= an(.~L . j• He /,~ ~ > ,. . t= A Sociobiologic Approach to Medicine t . . _ _ - J. P. Hemy and P. M. Stephens Springer-Verlag' New Yor•k Heidelberg Ber•lin • :.. - r.
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[50272 5237 . ISEASES--CAUSF.S AND THEORIES OF MEDICINE,PSYCHf1MaTIC/ /STRF.SS/. ' tfEDICINI BEHAVT<ORAL SCIENCE/MENTAI. HYGIENE/D_ ?5YCI;OSO~fATIC 1974. AND ILLNES3 Edited by E. 11. E[iIC GUNDERSON, Ph.D. . Had Fw:A....b.t... - , ... . . - - , Ned, Blocbeatical Condater Disdtion 1Very Medicaf NcutoptycbJateic Retiarcb Unie , Se»wiego, Calijornie ~ Adimct ,tuociat p (i/m , Ii I CHA tI D H. RA UE, M, D, e to/uros o/ PJycbiatty , CHARLES. C.. TllpniAS • PUBLISIiER S r p iug/ild e • Illinois • U.S.d• y . t
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L 5 0272 523q -~_._._.. .. ._ TnMCCn--S}tnKTYn-=T1F.ART, EFFECT nV/ RF.TtAVTnRAT. SCTF.htr S'4OKIrIG AYD NF.ALTHF./ H /HFART--DTSF.ASFS--STRF.SS/ RC FR5 COMPLEX HtRtA.*1 BEHAVIOR, A SFRTF.S CF VnL TT!NRS RDTTRD RY : C1 ,, T.FnN FFSTT*;R A?~ STANI.RY SCHACHTER/ / PSYCHnSnMATTC ILT.NFSS/ St~~ BehaZ1ur Patterns, andvCoronarYDisease = . ~ DAVID ~C. GLASS THE GRADUATE SCHOOL AND UNIVERSITY CENTER, CITY UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK I= LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1977 Hiltsdale, New Jersey OISTRIBUTED BY THE HALSTED PRESS DIVISION OP JOHN WILEY & SONS t 4w York . Torunto . London Sydney .\
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i50272 5236 Grossartli-Maticek ~TRE5S/SMQKI,NG HABIT$--RELINQUISHING/OBESITY/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFE-CT/TOBACCO--SMOKING--P.SYCHOLOGY/ T5 Kognitive ~ Vexhaltenstherapie . 2240 _. ewicht-- r jJb I 9i9 ~t '` Emotionaler Stress COGNITIVE BEHAVIOR THERAPY, SMOKING, OVERWEIGHT, EMOTIONAL STRESS. ; Springer-Verlag,- Berlin Heidelberg NewYork 1979
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World ~pulation Tr cs~.q~ds: ` '- ®f I-lope, ~~s of ~ . October 1976 ORLDWATCH INSTITUTE, w11776 Massachusetts Ave, N. W. Washington, D. C. 20036 , "Worldwatch Paper 8 4..~.
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NICOTINE--DERIVATIVES/NICOTINE--CHEMISTRY • , . RJR CLASS N0. PA:dPNLET 78 XII Go ia ' ', .. . .. .. . 78 XII Go ` , Chur lina, A. P.; K1lmenko, V. f anovich, F. M'~ St p lis complete Eng _ ,7, :~_ oy L,; SR ,::.. Goldfarb, Y. c , o. , . Khim• zv• Akad. Nauk SSR,•Ser h translation available) a y~ Note date. , . ~ of £he nicoEine series have - J derivatives amino ':~e pKs • ~orF sc ae 1883-5 (1970) (in Russ 8 N been determined.. The presence of intramolecular hydrogen bonds in 2aminonicotine has been confirmed. Fsa2!~'.0 .,, . Pr,.re of the molecule on the pKA of , The inriueu%;a ~ ~ + :J _ ae s,ao., elucidated. _~_--- i nicotine ana mecanJLt~~__-_~- ,--------: v1 (Institute Org, Chem ian -
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Strategic new insights into a* proven system for increasing organization . . . ~ . _. productivity- and individual I 50272 5219 ~~ev~a 0 7 effectiveness--ptus a revealing ' a~iryti?n gf ~io1 Y ~,. managerial styler:; ~. Robert R. BIake
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•; . -. .. .' . .~ ~ ~ , . - • a . . 5D27Z^52qt MEDICINF.;'PSYCilOMATIC/ODOitS/SlfELL/`.. ASTIi?-fA/,.,,..- . ;/STRESS/1?YPEFTENSI(1N/ CORONARY IlEART DISEASE/IIEART--DISEASF.S/*tY(1CARDIAL INFARCTION'/08ESITY/ Edited by O crnr x ll y 1Vlodern Trends,:, ,: ,~syC~.oson1~.~ic ...• I . . Me~.lclne .. . ..,.y: >.. f/ ~ ~ 4:, ; .. ~.. . 7he Afkiclfcsex llospitaf and I St. Luke's (t'ucxlsiJr Ilosniia: LuieJou BUTf GRWORTHS LONDON. . BOSTON Sydney • Wellington • Durban • Toronto To o 4 ~ ACIJPUNCTURE/TOBACCO--SZtOKIN('~-.HEALTII. EFFECT/
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BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ HEART--DISE/1SES/STRESS/ BF ..3o :... HANDBOOK , In t ~'r for the - l ~is o : 1976 IPAT/ANXIETY SCALE +f ~'. '.... by Samuel E Kru . ~ Institute for Personality and Ability Testing with Ivan F ,National Information Center on Vo1 un eer sm I Boulder, Colorado Raymond S. Cattell University of Hawaii, Honolulu
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TOn:1Crn--SMnK Irf;--P SY('HDT.nnY/ ST~RF S S/A\"{T F TY/*I rnT I v1?--PHA R*±'lCD?• n('•Y/ T4ASCCA--S'"tnKING--HFART, EFFF,CI' n•/ _ _. R.lR CLASS,NO.•- PAMPHLET 78 X Fu Fuller,, R. G. C.: Forrest, D. W. -`"" (Trinity Coll., Dep. Psychol., Dublin, Ireland) CIGARETTE-SMOKING UNDER RELAXATION AND STRESS._:_:.___. Iris.h Jour. Psychol:'3; 16S=180 (1977) (iii Englistij * *Keywords:* nicotine, smoke, constituent. . " - 3 /1lthttiirh ni.ootine i.a .limul:ntt, ci~;tr.nc ,mul.ing i< uftcn a~axiatcd j ~uith rctavnlitm. Jahn. (1914) .u}q-c.t.cl that nicutinc may havc upro;itc ~ ct c.hr dclxnding cm thc Icta uf artnt.al nf Ihc.nu+f cr I ndi i ' u . tm arj, < gn l %:ant Ak- ncrca.cy in hcart ratc, no .hango In :Lin r..i.taixt Icvel and a .nt:tll hut agnilic;tnt d.•rrraw in ntu.rlc - _ -. ------,--- -----------------2 .:thrr low or hilh :trt+u.:d rn0diliuns, ht thr low arou.al ccmdilion amukin I.J t l ~ • i i i i i ' him aaay from h-ah .%Ircmrs uf thc amu.al continiium. To Ic%t this ~ kvlkltltcJ> Ihe clTCctS ctr .ntt•wing :1 Ci~;trcltc ttCrC C.bttparcit ttillt a sintuthtiun .unJition in .td+jra% cithcr'rcl:lxing un a couch or ucuching a .trc.<ful Glm. 71te mra.ures of :trnu.:d u.rd t%crc hcarl r.uc. skin --- r..i.tctn.•c Ir%cl•;tttd i.,intctric tttu«Ic tcn.inn. 1•i~;hiy .ulyc~t, of ca.h ~ acc cumrri.ing forty light nnd G>tyy hcary .mn{,crs acrc :t..igncJ to . , c ng to .h fl ~
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JAPAN/ -STRESS/ MethQd logy in 4iumanjatigue ., assessrnant proceedings ofthdSYmPosium held in Kqbto, Japan under the auspices of th~ndustrial Fatigue Research Committee ofJapan Association . of Industrial Health w.. -)n a.... ..a.... I nao I
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PERSONALITY/ STRESS/ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSIOLOGY & PSYCHOLOGY/ PSYCHOLOGY/ NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/.. _ _ ~ J ~ . . i... _ ' . ~ ~ _. .. ... :. K,. . ,,+s _ . Human Stress and Cognition An Information Processing Approach - Edired 6y VERNON HAMILTON ~ DAVID M. WARBURTON DsOvbn- ut hychoba Udrtsiry eJRtadlwj JOHN WILEY & SONS Chichester • New York • Brisbane • Toronw
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(50272 5196 A .. . ~ - • _ .va:~/~:-~aik:<di+:..?.urYUi.~+a2-a~aatiia.is~~_~...+.~...~.r.,~y--.-.°--~~1~J..Ji~s:.s:3ai:.~u...: - . ~~ ~ ~~~y. ~~~,.~ =~ n.... wwtol'~~._T' . ~ •.Y.,~="~~~._..r~-ti^~•~. .,va. t3:a ~~i4w• .".•~ii~'v ,i:_ ~il .`rr.us~:a-_. ,.~:Tl :xi~•.. ~ ~L.-~.~ .: ~'~'....rr."'~'..a~:~i~ V. HEROUT,•i",NfFlSi,• M. HOLASOVA Reccntly onc of the•prescnt authors (N'.ii.) publishcd a olatilc compounds which usuaqy in a comp)cx characteriu An Ymp~.~ovod. Collection'System for Gas Chromatography . of ~ • Fra~rani, Components .....~ ~ w= ....--.~ ._...~._._...~.~_.._~ s....~__.__~.~....r._...._~...,__.,.:~.T._ ~:~~., -~i~:?«~. ~_.r.s...._• .. s.:~~.~~~~.._ ..~a....'~r..: ~ ~:.L.~`~:..a...~ ..~.. ..~:..c:;.~.~ao. ...~_.ti:. YiBn~ of nom•olatik liquid fixcd on a carricr, hence in a system volatilities. In a°M1Cq;Cnl v: ith the_tl °_OIV~ tl.~ e^mr.nunAt nac;~" `"- mcthod'~y rop-a m Ic f f ran cot&ou o5 ~atural frasrancics, in conccntrations suRcicnt for dctectton % plant and~bther~ri~~(e, fro~frcblosloms, san>pcs of in a GLC detector. Fra-rant compounds from natural sourues spi fcs and other frar.nnt nu-tterials) using absorption, to a thin usually differ considcrably in their boiling points and in thttir
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I .TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY / {. ~ ~ ~ OCIETY,vSTRESS; AND DISEASE. ( 50272 5247 49 : .. :_ . _ . . Le . , ~..~ . ~. r ,< . 1971. . iTHE PSYCHOSOCIAL ENVIRONMENT Edited by LENNART LEVI, M.D. Director, Laboratory for Clinical Stress Researe. NIVERSITY OF.UPPSALA PRESS AND PSYCHOSOMATIC DISEASES Proceedings of , nlernational lnterdisciplinary Symposium held in ' Stockholm, April zgyo Karolinska Institute, Stockholm .:
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f 50272 5248 ,WOMEN/ PSYCHOSOMATIC *ICINE/MEDICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ •VOLUAtE 3 '{ . THE PRODUCTIVE AND REPRODUCTIVE AGE-- MALE/FEMALE ROLES AND RELATIONSHIPS Erlited by LENNART LEVI, u.D. D'ueclor, l.aboroiory Jor Clirtica! Satss ReuanA, .` Aarotnuka Institwre. Srockkolm I 1, „r M unk.'''.r_ THE-~VORLD IiEALTH ORGANIZATION Oxford -. OXrORD UNI VERSITY ~ l;, . I'RESS ~" Ncw York, Toronto 1978 r The symposium on which this volume is based was sponsored jouttly a . .~. a I a
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. •'~ ' _ .. . ISTRESS/DISEASF.S'CAUSATION & THEORIES 0!t CAUSATIONx• SMOKING AND HEALTN/PSYCHOTHERAPY/BEHAVIORAL SCIVCE/. by D. G.. GARAN, Ph.D., J.U.D., LL.D. Autboc c(TU ParaAox of Pleasure and Relartvity, 1tdaHvity for Psychology, and 71e Key to the Scienua of Man plULOSOPHICAL LIBRARY ; b i~ dc r Y .. V'. / o . Na.r `l ..~' Y5 '.. .. - .`
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HEART--DISEASE/STRESS/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/MYOCARDIAL INFARCTION/ 50272 5232 DISSERTATIONS--AIR FORCE INSTITUT.E.;OF; T,ECHNOI.OGY/: = ti. ~ . ~TNCLASSIFIED : ` ~ '•- stCURIrr CL>><s•F/r.ATloN qt 1141% ..Ot n.,. Gw...A ~ ;~ RC 681 ;= ~~ Fy ,.~:. 1981. ,. r iit.' REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE ~,~.~-........~~o t. OOVT ACCttf1ON NO~ SSR-3-81" f ~~'gP.•ani x 4 t School of Systems and Logistics • Air Force Institute of Technology, WPAFB O w _._.-,,, _... ._.._ :.:.. , •.:._. . -- "DIVIDUAL AND,Q~tGANIZATIONAL~IABLES' . OLATIONSHIP TCVs~ RONARY HEAR. ~ SEASE,0 .4 n Sam~ueh_P./Fye Ca tain, USAF, MSC Charles W./Staton First Lieutenant, USAF !. PCRlORMINOOROAN12AT1ON NArC ANO ADORtf! / ~ ; j : ' . . Fw9 w sI: d 1/. CONTROLLIN6 O/IICt NAMC AND AOORCff Department of Conmaunicatio? and Sualaniti. AFIT/LSH, WPAFB OH 45433 ,T,j- Y~ r k . 2 : 'j'r ~ITJ"yfS.d,~s-c +estr .. ~r.. STRESS CORONARY HEART DISEASE MP ` STRESS ASSESSMENT ~~. ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR ~N 0 CA 0 MY DI INFA$CT~QN,~~` i r 0 ~ + + , .1! . ,. r :.. 3 i r ? ?f rollMd Olllo*) ReID I:ISTRUCTIOP/S BEFCRC COMPLETTyG FORM a. Ptci"wT'S CATA:OO NuMYCR xip ~, TvFC JJ REPORT & PCMOD COVtnEO ~~f I`.fitaster' a hesis i C: yMt•OnNtw V1t0-1lCPO~T NUMRCN S.-CON TAR OR GRA'N R Mii6R(. 1~. PPCGP.V !LEMENT,PRDIECT, TAtK APCA A rCRK JMIT NUNYtRf I2: RCPORT OATt Jur. e 19_81 / ~. -yY, J+l f M A7 "P'A~O t-f 150 IS. fCCURITT CLASS. (.I YIIe r.p.V ~ UtdCLAS S IFIED (3s. - DEC6ASSti1CATION/oOINNORAOINO SCMCONLt
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j.50272 5249. -_- ~ . ;. , . , . . . :. • • . ~ DISSERTATIIINS--UNiVERSITY nF'CALTFORNIA/STRESS/: " ' - ANXTF.TYI}1F.ART=-flTSF..4SF,S--STRF.SS/ . - DISF.ASF.S--CAUSATInN & THEORIES OF-CAUSATTON/REIU1rCRAL SCIENCE/ PSYCHOLOGY/ University of California, 6erkeley, Ph.D., 1976 Biophysics, medical Xerox University Microfilms, NnnA,e«•MkAlq,nbl0b :/ , n-1s,~6o LEVINE. Peter Alan, 1942- , ACCUf1lJlATEO STRESS, RESERVE CAPACITY, NND DISEASE. . t
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RC 682 - `-" H Il'll P,-a '`a. -y --_ : _- Ly SHOKINC AND NEALTII/TOBACCO--SaOKINC--fAVORABLF, i.ITF,RATUItE/ •STRESS/IIEART--DISEASBS--PSYCIIOSO'UITIC ASPECTS/U.S.--SOCIAL CONDITIO;IS/ PSYCHOSOMATIC ILLNESS/longevity LONCEVITY/ MEDICAL STATISTICS/ • 1977 . • -'6- .„ he Medical Consequences oneliness X
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WI SUDDEN DEATH AND VCARDIAC ARRHYT}IMIAS. Behavioral Medi i ne B h 150272 5256 ~ STRtSS/HEART--DISEASES=-PSYCNOSOMATIC'ASPECTS~ Division of Heart andlVascular Diseases Angela D. Mickalide w ~=. ;;.: . . . . ~ National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute. BIOBEIIAVIORAL FACTORS ASSOCIATED Prepared by Margaret E. Mattson, Ph.' and
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STRESS/NOISE/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/RADIATION/' MICROWAVES/CAFFEINE/ TOBACCOt-SMOKING--PUBLIC/ GANIZATIONS/ OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY & HEALTH OR RA"., . 445 ? Ma 1981: ~ YY den P R E S S WASHINGTON, D.C.
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TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ ~ST.RBSS f~ 5 027 2 5246 REPORTS FROM THE LAf30P,AT0itY FO': CLIf.ICAL STRESS RESEARCH LINSlJ1 JhSTITJTE -: . STOCKHOLM 4 (YJALITY OF THE WORKING ENVILO':NF --r-..- 7 TTC.J titi'0 . PROMOTJON _ OF~&CUPkTZGNAj r
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; 50272 5250 PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY XMIDsY A Serles of MonoSraphs, Texts, and Treattmes ., T. T. KOZLOWSKj .f TOCACCQ--IIG.^•.ICI.+LTURE/ Udrsairy oJ IY1~~ ~ ~ECOLOGY/BOTANY--ECOLOGY/GROWTH(PLANTS)/RADIATION/ i QHTRAVIOLET RADIATION/STRESS INJURY/ TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS/ RESPONSES OF LANTS T P O 545 ;:. : Le ENVIRlONMENTAL ISTRESSES , 1912 ~
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L50272 5255 HEART•-DISEASES/ATHERO CLEROSIS/CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE/ LIFE-STYLES AND HEART ISEASE/ STRESS/10RAt3R1axXSDCNXiNgxxNBARlxxffkkx TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEAR , EFFECT ON/ The SCIENCE Report on Heart Research Jean L Marx and Gina Bari Kolata ~~ aPritaoe by Jeremiah 8tamler, M.D. I- i
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50272 5228 ToBACCO---SPiOKING--PttYSIOLOGY & PSYCtiOLOGY /CIGARETTES--NI~OTINE--CONTENT/ S*i0KI.1G AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--S'rIORING--HEALTH EFFECT/STRESS ~ ~- . . , . RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 80 X Ek 80 X Ek' -- Ek, S:; Froberg, J.; Kagan,'A.; Karlsson; C. G.; Levi, L.; Pafmblad, J.- '~ a;~ (Karolinska ~;Kl~e Skhl Sd .nsrt - „~ocom,we... ) CIGARETTE SMOKING, NICOTINE CONTENT, COGNITIVE FACTORS AND~YCHOSOCIAL S ~ ~ ; STRESSORSs AN EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF PHYSIOLOGICAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL EFFECTS IN SMOKE: '+ NONSMOKERS AND ABSTAINERS -. • .. • _ -.. . ., t. : . - rris, xeport, No. bl, 28 p, (Aug. 1977) (in English) • ~ The present study wai carried out to test`tiypothesesthq effect of_ n cotine on h - • • . si l i l o ~ . -., p y og ca and psychological variables under condition~ J :r _j. 1 ••""=` that could be relevant to real life. It aimed.to measure simultaneously .:. " ~ several variables believed.to be (a) interrelated, (b) influenced not only 1 .r:. . .~: . :. . . . . ,`-by nicotine but'also by psychosocial factors, and (c) to be of pctentially + ~ ~ oao thian fi ifi ~` gn c _gencce. ~
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~50272 5251 _., PERCEPTION/COMMUNICATION/PSYCHOLINGUIST I ~v%__._ ~, 30 IiUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING, AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY Li BF . Lindsay, Peter H.;I Donald A, Norman 1977 2nd edition
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50272 5253 TOBACCO--ALCOH NOISE/STRESS/TOBACCOLASMOKINGP/PHYSICAL PERFRORMAN~EY/EFFECTS/ Edited by Colin Mackay and Tom Cox A collection of papers presented at ss the Er nomics Society's Conference ychophysiological Res ons p e to c. ~ Occupational Stress' niversity of Nottingham, September 1978 IPC Science and Technology Press \1 I ..._..~.- -
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.,...,..;.«....,., r loxicology : RC /Advances in Modern 268 ~ Kr VOLUME 3 1977 NVIRONMEN'~'A L'AL CANCER s EDITED IIY:;';' li. T. KRAYIZILI:.' . NA TIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE : i; MYRON A. biEItLA'IAN NATIONAL INSTITUTES, OF HEALTH ' 1lEMISPIIER~ ~`~ BENZO (a)PYRENE/AIR--POLLUTION--CARCINOGENS/BIOASSAYi--CARCINOGENS/ AFLATOXIN CARCINOGENESIS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/WATER--POLLUTION/ CARCINOGENES I S /OCCUPATIONAL_DISEASESAGAAI6~FAt-~Sh~9i~""'~`""'~ { SMOKING AND IIEALTH/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/VIjJYL CHLORIDE I _ C 50272 5244 STRESS/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID CHRO,'~lATOGRAPHY/ MYCOTOXINS/ ' IjyBIfSI~I)N(LVOfli'0)tATION'~` 1Vashingloii.; London A HALSTED PRESS BOOK JOHN WILEY & SONS London
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50272 5265 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/STRESS/CANCER--CAUSATION/PSYCIIOLOGY/BIOFEEDBACK/ BF 575 •Pe 1977 . I . :. KENNETH R. PELLETIER MIND AS HEALER, MIND AS SLAYER A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO PREVENTING STRESS DISORDERS FOREWORD BY O. CARL SIMONTON AND ! STEPHANIE MATTIIEWS SIMONTON A DELTA BOOK
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• •', DRUGS--TOXICOLOGY/ TOBACCO--S'fOKINC--HEALTH EFFECT/ pSYCHOSOMATIC ?tEDICINE/STRESS/ DI`tETIiYi. SULFOXIDi: 1)*i50j/ VITA?tIN C/ 13 1~ AIR--POLLUT~ON--.(EALTN ) ` epica lFacts VoKine I . . anacie5 nar®lct Pallat,z
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150272 5262 I MEDICINE,PSYCIIOSOMATIC/STRESS/PSYCHOSO,%fATIC MEDICINE/ The New Ameriean 1 Medicine Show .~~~.
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: ~nd. S,W ~.....c I• , ..j -. se of impotencr cau =.kh5it;: JOSEPH A. McFALLS, JR. POPULATION STUDIES CENTER • ; :'UNIVERSITY QF PENNSYLVANIA ; •PHILADELPHIA. PENNSYLVANIA '' ..1~ . .. ' . . . .• ...,..,:i::-_.... .:~t; I psychopathology s a common spermatogenie failure, anovuiation. spontaneou: abo tion, and many other reproductive disorders. 1, +s al< highly prevalent in many parts of the world; in ti United States psychopathology is the nation's primar public health problem. Psyehopathology and Sublecundity examines disc ders such as neurosis. psychophysiofogic disorder stress, psychoses, homosexuality, alcuholism, u9aret smoking, and illicit drug abuse and determines tl• ability of each to cause coital inability, cor.cepti\ failure, and pregnancy loss. The quantitative impact c each form of psychopathology on both indi%:lual ar population fecundity is estimated. This Is an important book for a wide range of profe sionals including demographers, sociologists, psychol gists, psychiatrists. sexologists, public health spe•. f ists, and researchers in human reproduction. .,.; i:. ' DEAjI1C gRES13 P~w ~rk' San Francisco London t . . ubsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers `V.0 STUDIES IN PnPULATION/ - STCRI):ITY--PSYCIIOLOGICAL ASPECTS/'4E1dTAL HfsALTH/ ?fENTAL DISORDE!tS/STRESS/ALCOlIOLIS`t/DRUC ARUSE/ TORACCO--S?fOKINC--PSYCIIOLOCV/TnBACCO---SitOY.IPir.--PHYSIOLOO ICAT. EFFECT/ SMOKING ANM HEAT.T11/.., ~ RC PS~ch ®~at ~ i!®~®~ " . ~~.4' . - . . . ~ .
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t50272 5268 • MENTAL HEALTH/STRESS/MIGRATION AND PHYSICAL ILLNFSS/TOAACCO--SMOYING--PSYCHOLOGY/ !1 OCCUPATIONAL MOBILITY AND HF.ALTH/SOCIAL EPIDEMIOLOGY •COidTRIBUTIONS OF, TO STUDIES IN PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINF./HEART--DIS.EASES--STRESS/HIGH BLOOD PRESSURE/HF.ALTH/. } RC • ~! dvances in • " ' - r ~ ~ id mi ic .- 49 . : . . • , p e olog Studies in Ps ch t Med r y osoma ic - Re lci ie • ' v~~~,,,,t%cf%,,;.;n+;„ • 1-977 ~ n 1 1J, V11V~7V111CiL1V lY1VW1V111V -.' YO1.Y \
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ADRENAL CORTEX/PITUITARY BODYt STRESS/,AEHAVIORAL EFFECTS OF PEPTIDES/ INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ONrliORMONAL.5TER0IDS, 5th, Varanasi, India, No 1978/ - ENDORPHINS/ Q8 17 Jo =. 1979 : MORTYN T. JONES BRIAN GILLHAM ~..5..:.`~~-. Shen•inyton School of Physiology, Deparuoent of Biochemistry, St T74omas's Hospital Medicd. St. Thomas i Hospital Medical School. London, , _ . School, London, uK. uA. SUKUMAR CHATTOPADHYAY Department of Physiology, Institute of Medical Sciences, Banans Hindu Univeisiry, . Vannssl,/ndia, ' Based on Prpers given at a satellit '~ ` e symposium of the Vth Internationa l rt Conference on Hormonal Steroids held at Varanasi. India. in November 19711 s? : ~ ~'Ys h,:; _ ACADEMIC PRESS London New York San Francisco . A SWsidiaiy ot Hir, oo t $: Interaction within the . ~~i3r~in-Pitui~ary-~drenoc®rtical .~ Edited by . .,.,. .~,. . .. ~ ,~. . , . - ur aa ovenowch Publishers .\
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~50272 5243 PERSONALITY/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/STRESS/MYOCARDIAL PERFORMANCE/ HEART--DISEASES ; ,,- ., r., "j 3Q2 .: ' THE ORIEN cAEF TlNG ^ LEX J • UNIVERSITY OF JOUTH I'LORIC Leeuwenhorst Con C gress enter E. H, VAN OLST The Netherlands Jun 1978 ' , e, , J. F. ORLEBEKE FREE UNIVERSITY OF ASISTERI L=.a LAWRENCE ~FtLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1979 Hillsdale New lerse , 1979 .,-IN HUMAN ,. A,,,, .(, IBUTED BY THE HALSTED PRESS DIVISION OF • JuMN wiLEY 6C SONS :I. , I}i~w Yolc~Tc~nt~r~Tc~nt~ L~jdon Sydney ' '+ , =- tn. v. nImrvle~. Atlantic Treat Or anization y g . f ¢ ° :jin . ~4 An International ConferencI.Aponsored by the Edited by Scientific Affairs Division of th ~ e rth .. .. ...........
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STRESS/PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/HEART--nISEASES--STRESS/ Bcitrage zu ciner neuen Theoric dcr Medizin Herausgcbcr.• Prof. Dr. Maria Blolunke ProL Dr. Wolfgang Jacob Dr. Albert Rotzler Prof. Dr. IIans Schaefer Prof. Dr. Heinrich Schipperges '00001le Herzkrank durch .psychosozialen StreI3 f.,--=~-~-- - i unter Mitarbeit von ' Bemd Koschorreck ; flclmut Lang , ! Horst Scherg '• und i 0tmar Stcizcr ; Mit 39Abbildungcn und 29 Tabcllcn __ - -- _ s
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f50272 5216 ..*'t STREPTOMYCES"ilNTI3I0T'IC5/ 50X&MY "VHYSIOLOGY ,~ITIBIOTICS/ AND•tTISSUE-S-=GROWTI:%A . 73 II To JJot. JJcg. Tokyo t35: 89•.103,(1A7?) (y9~1~ . Electron_A'Iicroscope Studies ~on the A•IQrphogenesis of Plastids; UI. i;f'fects of -Streptomycin on the Development of Plastids in ~'omnto Cotvledon*_ - Sesu>;d Tt,Ye>rA ~ 5 0 (IranIjamaao tpa)• ~lK-tun7rot~ s~•nth~is a'ithiu tlw plnslidx. The inhibitory Dejmrfraenf of IJof~ny. FueuFty of Sciexee. ToL••qo l:yofln Unirerailyi, OlarL-t, Tokyo 112• t Strrpton~~•cin sulphate (2 mg/m1) did not nffi•ct the formation of proplnstids or the ~ 4 dark-grown SNl•trcntcd cot~•kdons ~.~erc no longcr able to dilfcrcntietc to more advanced stages of dev.•loprncnd, even aftt~• ex)asure to light. The plastidt of light and dark- groa~n S\i•trwt~d cot}•Icdonq often cuntainrd prolnuncllur bodica and abnormal gi:+nt grana. I'aric`atiun dc.•clu1jcd iu fhc cot~•lcdons germinated in Ifoaglnnd's: solution plua SM. The plastid•i in palc preru ti..suo containc•d atroma•lantellne and one or two giant ' grutin, u•hereiu in tlwse of halc .•ello~• tisue, many o.•uniophi)ic globules, large ~•acuulcs elaboration of prolatncllar b~xlit~. The plastidn of tha'strcptotn.•cin (S\f)•trcatcd coty kdoms contnincd Loth cr.•stallinc prolamcllar bodies and rihowmes, and e•ero undis- tinguishahlc frc~m the pFiaidi of the K•atcr-'.^roWn cotyledon. lloa'erer, plastidv from , and tqxtal Lo)ics were observed. It i•r suggested that the formation of prolamallnr bodic,j mny• dopcud on c,rtoplasmic hrotcin R~nthesis whereas functional stroina• and ctfcc of .• 1 ot~ pro c~u s,•ntt ix cro ttsxd as a tool tu tcst this hl pothcsis. . ? -•- ~~._._. _.. i•~.~... ... __ _ . ..,f.
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~i.' . -- : Sxmsrarr.--A60 of 1035 contacted in3ividuals complctcd the Txy1or Mani- bchaviur Ttie data indiuted nokin s i i l S d i ~ g . re un : onna ca e an a dues: ety fest Anx ~ that smokers, ys a grottp, scored hichcr on the anxicty scale th.n nom.:aukers. No support for the no::on of a siSnificant correlation L:n.•ccn oatiovr, tt of smok- f ing and level of aasicty ..•as obtaint•d. Ss reported incrcasex in smo::ing bchav- ; tor duting periods of strrss but indicatrd that these increases aere usually not '• tn.intained beyond rLe period of stnss. ~ . . -- --- - -F i 1r50272 5272 -------- - .. . : : _.,- _ .. TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCNOLOGY/STRCSS/ - .-~;..._ Sc T.JR, CLA SS ;10. T1t1;1'IILET 77 X Sc~neider, W. G.; Ilnuston, J. P. (L:niv. Calif., Los Ar.geles, C31if.', U. S.) SI MING A :'D AI:XIETY. Psychol. I:ept. 26, 941-42 (1970) (in Bnglish) Sc
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i .. j PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY/ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ - Stress Hans Selye Research = Volurne I VAN NOSTRAND REINHOLD COMPANY :- ra.. wwt c.rc.WNn MWIA. wuAs sW s&ANa.oo ~ Laow ,onoKw .a.ou" : ISRAEL/LEARNING/ ENDORPHINS/ Selye's Guide . , j.. . to ! WItOY by ,
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DIET IN DISEASE/ARTERIOSCHLEROSIS/LIPIDS--EIOCHEMISTRY/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/STRESS/ALCOHOLISPf/TOBACCO--SMOKIrG--A]tALTH EFFECT/ Der Standpunkt des Ernahrungswissenschafters' CHOLESTEROL NEIJROSIS~ VIEWPOINTS OF FOOD CHEMISTS . ..:.:,. . _.. Heff'mann Ruoh1eQ' . ~- Otto Salle Verlag Frankfurt arr Main • 6erlin • Miinchen Verlag Sauerlander Aarau • Frankfurt am Main • Salzburg , ~
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Elec cePhalog~'aPhY and Clinical Neurophysiology, 1981, 52: 175-19~~ ~--~-j 50272 5260 ,~a "ET3r ier oi o an 5cien iic uis ers, t. --- t~697 ME011 p 17'5 $OSC Ey-~I ~1T r+ _!/ NOWA SM " ELEC ~ T T~ , - , . . ../~ . ,~.. . - TRAIT ANXIETY IS REFLECTED IN E9G~ALPHA RESPONSE TO($TRESS/ ~.._.- SUSAN M. NOWAK I and THAbDEUS J. MARCZYNSKI Deportment o/Pharmacolo~y and Medical Psychology, College of Medicine. Uniuersity oJIllinois, Chicago. IU. 60612 (U.S.A.) Electroencephalographic (EEG) alpha activ . the contradictory findings are artifactual. i ity in normal subjects is usually arrested in The possibility that the contradicto. response to afferent stimulation, attention findings may, in part, be due to a failu. and anxiety (earty• observations by 13erger, :., to consider geneticalry, determineu diiterenc and Adrian, cited by Brazier 1977; Mundy-=,f:' in strength of the neurophysiological mech Castle 1958; Glaser 1963; . Morrell 1966). .:,' nisms responsible for synchronization c Also a decrease in resting level of alpha ;;°; EEG patterns was suggested by Mund~ activity in relation to chronic stress has been Castle (1958) and supported by the findinf t.. '4r"`' d L 1 B k t 1 1954•' ' d S 965 T 1 t tt f K h 1 h repor e ( aw er- roc way. e a. ,.. ,: o aw ( e a E reitman an ). ;~e . . . Kennard et al. 1955; Rabinovitch et t al.,~ authors used healthy volunteers and 4 moda' 1955). However, others have found chronicities of stimulation, and found that the signi: stress to be related to increases in resting leWel '4 '<: : icant differences in tendency to block or auf :; _- of alpha ~Sayer, apd Torres 1966; Gale et al ment alpha t(alpha response tendency) ar ~ J v . ~"1 i20EN CLIN NEUR
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(50272 5279 L UNIVERSITY (1F nTcT,^NnMA HF.AT.TH SrIF*;rES SF,F • DISSRRTATIn*iS--I~~T.VFRSITY nF nKT.AHnMA HF.AT.TH Srlr`TrF.S/STrF.SS/ PSYC?iOSOMATIC IT.T.NFS'S/ • :F*n1i?MM?Q'rAT. NFAT'rf1! DISSF.RTATIDNS--TMTVRRSITY. DF DKLAHOMA NF.AT;Tu Sr.TF*Ir.F.R'1 ' 77-16,748 cO 1977 DOUGLAS CARTER SMITH i • Center, Ph.D., 1977 • BEHAVIOR. ~ .• ~:~. . The University of Oklahona Health Sciences SHITH, Douglas Carter, 1946- PERCEIVED ENYIROtC4ENTAL CFiAtIGES AtID ILLHESS Health Sciences, general • Xerox University Microfilms, Ann Arbw.Mich;oan .e,oe ' I
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. .: 50272 5275 revised edition ' McGRAW-HILL I3O0K COMPANY New York/St. Louis/San Francisco oni n/Toronto ~ . ~. ~ 1976 ..•r S e 1J TR E S /J -' ® .L' HEART--D7$EASES--STRESS/PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/ BF ` _ 1 1.L E 575 / , . ; •, ~ . , ~:.. '. ~IFE
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International Workshop on Psychosocial Stress & Coronary Heart Disease, Klinik Hohenried, 1979 :: 4th , Tbts booR is vol. 4 tn the sePtes,~ "PSYCHOSOZIALER STRESS UND KORONARE HERZKRANKHEIT" 7SMOKING AND HEALTH/ HEART--DISEASES--STRESS/STRESS/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ ' Y~ocardiat" InfarctIon ~ ._..., 1 . s....,.~ . 7.,"'•;~'v::...^~~.- •.r,•.-...- J: Halhuber t*1<' ~;dited by J. Siegrist and M. a ~ r ` j g ~ ~ , lag er Ve rin S~ l. 111 ~ avvavvaa av , "'" D{e11 •. ts.~4-~. pecia'Vemphasis is placed on the,results of sociological and epidemiological.studies lihking' work stress, chronic and acute conflict, lack of,social'support and risk attitudes and behaviors (TYPE A behavior) to the onset of myocardial-;-;infarction.': Psychosocial and psychophysiological nt-iby~iop~ p~ in~, ou t ch i s by which stress can lead to cardio- ~;, 'sc ar'.' d~hadc. t' : ~> ~'.~
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0 6 PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE/STRE S/DIET AN D DISEASE/LONGEVITY/ ~ _ ,
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L 50272 5270 TOBACCO--SMOKING--tTRINE pH/STRESS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSTCHOLOGY/ •' ' STUDIES OF THE Ih'TERACTION OF PSYCI(OLOGICAI. AND PHARMACOLOGICAL DETERNINANTS OF SNOKING, V,~I'SYCIIOLOCICAL AND FNARFUCOLOCICAL EXPLANATIONS OF STqKING UNDER STRESS.. .::'" 0 0. 0 0.1.•7. U 3.~ NICOTINE--METABOLISM--fiUl,fAN BODY/SMOICING HABITS--STUDENTS/ . ~ . ~ 77 X Se~,~~~~ ~ ` R CLASS N0. PAis'ULET 77 X Sclj • ~3 Schav ehter, S.•= •Silverstein, B,i.tCozlovski, L. T.; Perliek, D.;.lterman, C. T,ilLicbling, B, - tColumbia Univ., l~fev York, N. Y., U. S.) VSTUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF PSYCIIOLOGICAL AND PIIARHACOLOGICAL I. DE'IERNINANTS OF SMOKING. . /- ' • ~. Joar, Exp. Psychol: 106 (No. 1) 3-4 (1977) (in EnElish) ~ Study_founded by Phi~lipvlfor -•- -..- ~ Schachter, S, •• (Columbia Univ., New York, N. Y., U• S•) STUDIES OF TNE INTERACTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHARHACOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF SMOKING. I.:NICOTINE REGULATION IN HEAVY AND LIGHT SMOKERS. '"'..' . Schachter S.; Kozlowski L. T•; Silverstein B - , , , . IE OF 1 OF S " TlIE NTERACTIOa P STUD S YCNOLOCICAL AND FHARMACOLOCICAL DETERNINANTS OF SMOKING. II .'rEFFECT_S OF_URINARY pH ON CIGARETTE S:fOKING. Silverstein, B.; Kozlovski, L.- T•; Schachter, S. •~ (Colunbia Univ., New York, N. Y., U. S•) STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF PSCYHOLOGICAL AND PIUIRMACOLOGICAL ' DETER3/INANTS OF SMOKING. IIIv SOCIAL LIFE. CIGARETTE $HOKING, AND URINARY PN. P Sil i B K l ki T i C L ows ,; 4, • aenaentet, S.; verste n, .; oz .; l crnsn, . , . Liebling, B, ` STUDIES OF'/~ T1lE INTERACTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PiU\RY.ACOLOCICAL DETER`iI'I- ANTS OF SMOKING. IV+'EFFECTS OF STRESS ON CICARETTE SMOKING AND URINARY PH. Schachter!, S.= Silverstein, B.; Perlick, 0. I :, ~,..,. (Columbia Univ., 17ev York. N. Y., U. S.) . , . .. , ...
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t ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/STRESS/LUNGS--DISEASES/CANCER- CAUSATION':; HEART--DISEASES--SOCIAL ASPECTS/SMOKING & HEALTH/ + RA ' 445, Un` 1980," Prepared by: : . Office of Cancer Communications`-,,. National Cancer Institute Bethesda, Maryland 20205 ' NIH Publication Nb. 81-2293 November 1980 :', Conference Proceedinas 'u.s~bu~ H~lih se~ice' 1980 natlonal Insiltutes oT rieann J an uary C5a9 Qrapcipcco CgIitbrrW- 71' i
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PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/BEHAVIO'ZAL SCIENCE/STRESS/BRAIN RESEARCH/ 50272 5280 ~ QP Progress in i . Edited by JAMES M. SPRAGUE Institute of Neurological Sciences and Department of Anatomy The School of Medicint Univrrsin• of Pennsylvania Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and ALAN N. EPSTEIN Institute of Neurological Sciences and Department of Biology Universin of Pennsylvania Philadelphia. PtnnsYhnnia \ z a . f 360 PSYCHOBIOLOGY AND so 1979 j VPHYSlOLOGICAL PSYCHOLOGY 2 C. ~ . _
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ruraL%. •ULVt.K/ DISEASFS--CAUSATION & THEORIES OF CAUSATION/ MEDICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/HYPERTENSiON/ASTH*tA/STRESS/, S \ .. ~
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*tRflICINF., PSYCH(1SOMATIC/PSYCF0T1iRRAPY/ C.A*ICF.R--PSYCHOSOMATIC ASPECTS/STRESS/ in Mrcller7W. ' 4 '; Los Angeles A Step-by-Step, Self-Help Guide to Overcoming Cancer for Patients and their Families 3n;&t,ryt,..taA 1,v St_ Martin's PrES.4 -.
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I d rINTERNATIONAL INSTITUTE OF STRESS (Univ. Montreal, Canada)/ CANCER--CAUSATION BY PSldCHOLOGICAL FACTORS/STRESS/BEHAVIBRAL SCIEtiCE/ PSYCHOSOMATIC ILLNESS/ CANC?•R--RESEARCH/ GENETIC INCLINATION/AGI::G/ a \ Intsrnstional Ir.rtituts oJStrett points.C7airs, Qucbsc. Cansds ans Selye, CC., M.D, Ph.D., D Sc. I lRtsrnationdlnst(trtt ojStrsit Xontrso4 Qut6sc. Csasds and Stacey a Day, M.D, Ph.D, D S:.S ancer, Stress, and Death Slo.w Kstttrin5lnrtitrts for Cancer IlsssBcA X Y or . Nsw YorG, lVsm I
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~: ttress Analysls.;°; ; Faires, Virgil hiUring, 1357- Desi~:~ of mcuhin4 elements. millan j`1955j G."A p. 1llua. 24 cm. 3d ed. New Yorh., Mse- 1. Alachlnery--Deslgn. L Title. TJ230.F3 1955 621.81 0 55-s96-1
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STRESS/~iYPERTENSIOV/HEART--DISEASF 4 V -' RC ~ The Human Cardiovascular Sstem 681 i - ..' . y I ohn T. Shepherd, M.D., M.Ch., D.Sc., F.R.C.P. Aoeuor o/Phfsiology and Dean Mayo Medical ScAool aed Direrro./or Eduralioa Mayo Poundatios RotlOler, A/inntsola ~ . . . . ~ . . . . . ~ i ii}:;4. :,.~.. Paul M. Vanhoutte, M.D., Ag.E.S. , sy PYefepor of P/tiannarnlogn and PafhopAYtioloQt y~ urparunou 01 ..rmuIne ~, `: ~ , : th~ivettifoin /nslellina ~Intwer fe~ ~~ .- Uaivtniry oj.4nture.p . Wibiik /WoiN- . Ravcn Press • New York
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~ 50272 5288. ; vfAMILY PLANNIN a ~ MEDICINE--PREVENTIVE/ ND ILDBEARING/ DRUGS--SIDE EFFECTS/ r /NUTRITION/ALCOHOLISM/DRUG ABUSE/ACCIDENTS (HOME)/ --HEALTH EFFECT/SMOKING & HEALTH/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH, RELINQUISHING/EXERCISE/PHYSICAL FITNESS/ GIENE/AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECTS/WATER--POLLUTIOt OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH/LAWS & LEGISLATION/ , . DIET AND D1btA TOBACCO--SMOKI SMOKING HABITS . STRESS/DENTAL ' RADIATION/NOIS
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j 50272 5267 MENTAL HEALTH PERSONNEL/ ....:R „ SAGESfUDIESINCOMMUNITYMENTALHEALTH VS*AFF', SeiiaEditac RfdurdH.Price : ~~~~®~T Conuiwniry PryeAdoay ProjroM T', Unlvertu ofMicAi oe y ; _ --l~ 1~== ~, Job, gtress in the f=r 3 , l ~~ Sap. Studia ie CarMwnity IM.ntd H.Nth 2 ~/Human Services CARY CHERNISS N
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(50272 5300 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 261 Ba 1981 BaroMer,K. (ed. ); Newberry,H.H. (ed. ); Hoqrefe, C.J., Inc.,Toronto, Can..81.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 3514 1 .
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s~ss/ Effects of atigue on~luman Behav ior (Citations `from the NTIS Data Base). Feb 80 Mary E. Young. : . ~ - . . . . . , . . . . . , . - ~ 4 . : . . , , andrPerformance ,. • National Technical.Information Service, Springfield, YA. Report period covered: Rept. for 1964-Jan 60, Supersedes NTIS/PS-79/0071, NTIS/PS-78/0126 and NTIS/PS-77/0064. ~ 50272 5289
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Aaalysis~,~~ Varga, 0 H . Stress-strain behavior of elastic materials: selected pro'.,- lems of large deformations, by O. H. Varga. New )'ork, Interscienco Publishers I19G(31 x, 190 p. Illus. 24 cm. (Polymer reviews, v.15) BIbliograPhy: P. 187. 1. Rubber-Testing. 2. Defm•mrtions (Afechanlrs) stresFes. r. Title. (Series) 3. Strains and
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TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ SMOKING HABITS--REL•INQUISHING? ~ t ~-_ a-. SEASES--PSYCHOLOGICdI. ASPECTS/ I CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM--D HEART,-DISEASES--PSYCHOSOMATIC ASPECTS/HYPERTENSION/STRESS/ RC pe~~r~,~l~~i~al Far-tnrs in St Cardiovascular Disorders 1981 :.. _ A ~ ANDREW STEPTOE 1981 St Crorge's Hospital.'Ifcdical School ~ ACADEMIC PRESS UntvtrstyoJ LonQon ~ 1 A Subsidiar3 of Harcourt Brace joranorich, Publishrrs ' YORK TORONTO Sl'D\El 1 , D0:~ N L0
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j 50272 5266 ~ TOBACCO_-SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ STRESS.; -R~-.... , - .. • > . . • ..•. • ~. .• . . .._..._ ..• _ _:~ 78 X Po , 1 •> : RJR CLASS V0. PAMPHI.ET 78 R Po • P.oulton P. .'` (Northwick Pk. Hosp:, Clin. Res. Cen~,Harrow, Gt. Brit.) THE COMBINATION OF SMOKING WITH PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PIIYSIOLOGICAL STRrSS. w Ergonomics 20 (No. 6) 665-70 (1977) (in English). .• •~_ ..~ . ...- . . -- - ~a.. - '.....+.~, • i The combination of smoking cigarcttcs and the anticipation of a written examintion was invcstigated on 10 tcenage girls. Both stresses alone increaced puke rote. The c(fcct of the ~ combined stresxcs was round to be additive. ~ ln a sccond cxpcriment a stcp lest was pcrformed by tccnagq girls with and without previous smos:ing. The increacc in the respiration rate was found to bc greatcr after pieviuus i smoking than without. _ _
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A Stress *analysis:; 55 Un a~ U. S. Ctipartmant of Labor, 4.'agct r.:.d Labor Stcndardn Adainietrstion tnl~~ S.UETY T1`i I'*DJS'rn:, RICC.Zi-1.^, CARGO GuAR. f C, (U. S. Dept, of Labor, Waga iand Lrbor Standards Adsr.iniotration LuLletin Ko. 24u) 1969 29 pagee U. S. Dept. of Labor Haahington, D. C.
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'Stress~"Analysis'i-4 Achenbach, J. D. ~: OV STUSS WAVES IN VISCOELASTIC At£.DIA' CO?iDUCTING HEAT, by J. D. Achcabach, S. M. Vogel and G. tierrmann, 1966 C1eAringhouse for Federal. Scientific and Techuicxl Information .r 15 Pagea Springfield, VirKinia ~
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~ 50272 5303 AROTENOIDS AND' ITAMIN A UKDER Final Report,(Nov. 18, 1971 to Dec. 12, 1976) 91 pp• partment of Biochemistry; ndian Institute of Science BanBalore, Karnataka, India
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~ 50272 5309 ~ ._:_. ... RB 113 Se- t 1976.. DISEASES--CAUSATION AND THEORIES OF CAUSATION/ MENTAL HYf)IENE/TENSION/LUNGS--DISEASES/]IEART--DISEASES/ CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE/CANCER--CAUSATION/ . --~•--- , ~~ HANS SELYE Hans Sclye, C.C., M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc., D.Sc. (hon.), D1.D.- (hon.), F.N.A. (hon.), F.R.S. (C), F.I.C.S. (hon.), Professor and Director, Institut de T111dccine ct de Chirurgic expcrimentales, Univcrsitc de \Iontreal, Montreal 101, Quc., Canada - •- - $UTTEItWORTIIS , , 'Boston Londors 14
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C 50272 5290 . -~ • . . . ENVIRONMENT HEALTH/CARBON MONOXIDE/WOMEN/TOXICOLOGY/,. PSYCHOLOGY INDUSTRIAL /STRESS/IATROGENIC DYSEASES/`I PESTICIDES- OXICOLOGY/ "` s. ~: RA 5 ; 9EVELOPMENTS IN 1230 . ~ Ze ~ ~. 1980 Occupational Medicine ~ hea~b~tc C, ..i '.* . CARL ZENZ, M.D Sc D Edited by Consultant to Division pf Heallh, Stats of W . . Conaudantto NationallnsUtute lor ~~' faoCkvUle, Ma and; ~Pational Safety and He M Associate Professor of Occupational ~~' Environmental Health, Univeralty of IlUnofs, Chicago, IUinoie; Consultant lo U.S. peDartment of Labor, WasAinpton, O.C. 3 -. 7 011, wr U 5 • ~,- ' k'r:.l. . .
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Thompaon, J. George H, CASE STUDI:S OiJ fiNGI14'E-.RIi~.^, DESIG.'t, 3rd c~<, (Distributod with Fairos' Dssipn of racha~::, Elemsnts. ), by J, Georp,e H. ibompsor, an; ,Jsnuary, 1955 62 . Virgil M. Fair:;n tbc~!sllan Co. rl8x o ~g
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50272 5302 King, A. J. _. .t...•...Ty+..~yr....~...~..~.-•..-.-r>r: .~•.-~.r.e~.~....~.., ..- . .. ..~.~ ..-. . .. r PA:SPHLkT .71 X Ki r.JR CLASS r;o. (Ontario Crippled C2zildren's. Centre 'ARrTTT-'*%KIi3G Ai~:D"' Can. Jour. Pub. Health 62 , Toba o n s( di in d : 1. : ~
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r CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM/BLOOD PRESSURE/NEUROPHYSIOLOGY/NERVOUS S~TEM/ HEARTBEATS/ANXIETY/STRESS ANALYSIS/ MEDICINE, PSYCHOMATIC/ ~ PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/ Se1LIVATION/...-.:.: Sptb,gfield.. '. . Illirioit • \ RC 465 Br . '°" BIOFEEDBAC SYLLABUS A HANDBOOK FOR THE r4YCHOPHYSIOLOGIC STUDY OF. 10 BIOFEEDBACK CHARLES C THOMAS UCL! Mediu! Center Lar I nss1a, GaJondd PUBLISHER ' Isdieed by .1 ._ , BARBARA B. BROWN, Ph.D. ChieJ, Exptrientfe/ Physfofory Ieteniu Admixtn.etion !lo,rpitd S pufieda, CoI;/o.wia l.octwer, Depertment o/ Piychl.Ny ,.•..,.....,~~-~. I
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502 FOOD--NUTRITION/VITA.~tI:~J A/CI:^F.AL- GRAI:I/SE'.'}S0P,X~ g,RRCSPTION /TASTE--TESTI'; ALCOHOLiS`t/FnOD-•-'tEGULATIOi;S/DIET AP~n D7SEAS~/,STRESS/ S`tELL/ 72 .. _ 5287 - • I~u~$ r0 tion in .•Ti rSrii.  s~~ ~o®n QP 141• Ediud by American Medical Assoaiation ': Nancy Selvey, R.D. Nutritionist, Department of Foods & Nutrition 0 Americ Medical Association 5 ;._._ , ~ ~ ~ 'i .I- - .,•. „..•, . . Proceedings-_ Western Hernisphere . Nutrition Congress V • . a. P6Dip L. White, Sc.D. DIrector, Department of Foods & Nutrition . r ~
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3~. ~ 50272 5306 ~ DISEASES--CAUSES AND THEORIES OF CAUSATION/PHYSIOLOGICAL C11E*tISTRY/ji BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/TOB,ACCO-PHARMACOLnGY/ BF 698 Ey 1972 I / VINTERNATIONAL SF.It1ESi OF DfONOGRAPIIS IN EXPERIMENTAL;I'SYCIIOLOGY ~ GENERAL F.DITOR: 11. 7. EYSENCK. • .r. LADORATORY AND REAL-LIFE STUDIES ON SYMPATIIO-ADRENOMEDULLARY AND RELATED REACTIONS VOLUME 17 Bdited by LENNART-,!LEVI - (Karo1lnska Instltute, Stockholm) PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD NEW YORK • TORONTO SYDNEY • BRAUNSCHWEIG ..:, ~_.
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~ 50272 5310 REHAVIORAL-SCIENCE/PSYCHOLOCY, PHYSTnl,n<;ICAL/STRESS/MEDICI,JE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/ DISEASES--CAUSATInN h THF.nRIFS nF CAUSATTON/LUNICS--CANCF.R--CATISATIO*T/ HYP~:RTENSION/ CANCFR--CATIS ATION/HEART--nTSFASES.-STRF.SS/ TOPICS IN F.NjVIRO'.~IMENTAL PHYSInLOGY AND MF.DICINF, edited by Karl E. RC • , 49 ~ He ~ 1977 A Sociobiologic Approach to Medicine J. P. Hemy and P. M. Stepllen s - Springer-Vering New Yor~k Heidelberg Berlin ., : 000*I 7073 Schaefer/
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'N rnkirrn nrvri1nrn1AeTrn ennrn-- aI ~114avr~nia~. narG~.~~ RC i 49 - " ~ erspectives on We 1981 National Heart. Lung, and Blood Institute :. : National Institutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland J. ALAN HERD Department of Psychiatry , Harvard Medical School Boston, Massachusetts . BERNARD H. FOX National Cancer Institute atio,pal /j~titues oUieajRjt ethlsiia ellaryiand n.rr+~~~/+.~..~...•. ~.. ..~ _ MEDICINE; PSYCHOSOMATIC/BEHAVJORAL.SCIENCEf-CONGRESSE~' SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/HEART--DISEASES/HYPERTE SION /TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY~TRESS/. IMMUNE RESPONSES, BEHAVIORAL INFLUENCE ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harci}Wt Braee Jovanovich, Publishers New York London Proceedings of the Academy of Behavioral Medicirae. Research Conference, Snowbird, Utah, June 3-6, 1979 / Toronto Sydney San Francisco V ~1.~.a.t-' .~~.~ ... ~ ~ 1
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150272 5301 80 II Ey-81 CANCER--CAUSATION BY PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTORS/STRESSIPERSONALITY/ S.P. * - . . ABS77tACT: 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- A blind -. to clinical caneer tors seems to increase vulnerabilit . . y ~. ~, statistical sorting of cancer patients versus matched control Pa-_ ' 1 h " at bear_ :-, tients on psychological items alone yielded resultst ti promise for future psychological screening procedures. Three ; possible psychosomatic intervening pr6Cesses are reviewed m~1t ' arc into the ~' order to o.nde su,.gge,~tion~ fo~,mo;e s ci re ~e ~ effects of~ers8na15ty alHd th~ at~ss df d7preo~bn ~lnerability to cancer: relevant neurologic, endocrine, and immunologic data . _I; . 1 }^:C - I -0 CLAUS BAHNE BAHNSON, Ph.D. physiologic processes (neurolog- ic; endocrine; and immunologic). Personality patterna 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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r ~ 50272 5298 NORTH ATLANTIC TREATY ORGANIZATION, DIV. OF SCIENTIFIC AFFAIRS/ , HYPERTENSION/PERSONALITY/. . . ~/TOBACCO~-Sf'IOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ HEART--DISEASEv, `STRESS/SMpKI-fiG N,ASTS--rPSYGNOI,OGYf BqHAyIORAL SCIENCE/ HE SERIES IN CLINICAL ANU CONNUNITY PSYI'HOLOGY s1 L n.vic eWroxs a.irlr. )). Spiclbergcr anJ Ir-in G. Sarasun III NISPHLRI: PUBLISHI\G CORPOKATIOX Nksduryu. w Xiw 1'•wi l.-rx6•N .4 ~ \
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I , . a,. 50272 5313 HEART--DISEASES--STRESS/PSYC}iOLOGY, PiiYSIOLOC-ICAL/ BF 575 Se 1976 McGRAW-IIILL BOOK COMPANY 4 New 1'ork/St. LouislSan Francisco
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50272_ 5283 ; ;.,THE,ROLE OF s Y Q ha"o L GUCAL . FA~~'O~ " ~ _. . _ _ TFE . ETML~~Y ~ ~ OF ONCOLOGY OVERVIEW NCi~ICRDB~oK-7a/0 3oK-7a/03 SELtd.a~iTIED ABST;®ACTSNTISUB/D/229-094 Public Health Servico ©~lational Institutes of Health o . .,. U.S. DEPAPT14GC--ffT-Oi~-MIr-A~Tki,-F.D~~,'RN"f+~E . ANCER , w1Jjv---; :.;. ;;; SEPTEMBER 26, 1978 :'' National Cancer Institute - ' ` Y ?` A SERVICE OF THE : i NTERNATIONAL CANCER RESEARCH DATA BANK (ICRDB \ _STRESS/CANCER--ETIOLOGY/PSYCHOSOMATIC*ILLNESS/CANCER--PSYCHOSO~iATIC ASPECTS/ 9 p/ \
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By W LIhII'Olt•D REES oJial. (rg~G~~ ratt, g_r8 _, . . J. Pt; 'I'he three terms comprising the title of my evoked in response to stressful stimuli. ht a addrcss at fist sight appear very simple, clear personal con~mimication h 1' d 1 h c c ap a~nc tMt t c and discrete. Howcvcr, if their derivation, usage . word he really should havc uscd was 'strain', as nd d a mcan h tng arc tracc t roughout thc cen- in physics. Ilowc~•cr, it was too late to change as turies it is found that they Oo~r into each other the terms-a. state ofstress in response to stressful and arc closely eonncctcd. Tlte'%rord'stress', for' stimuli or agcnts which he t d9. c t ' rmc icsson - '~4 example, was first used in the fifteenth century ~.ere already well establishcd, and French i ~1 and in fact is a shortened or aphctic form of scientists were already speaking of `lc stress'. •.1%; ..viu cuscasc onstnany meant Stcwart 1Yolf used tl t I h o- '°i` l~ dis-cas- or dis f- t" l'' f ie crtn stress tn psyc c m "• k ' Ctbbon, witen hc dcscrtbcd the, lcgions of are strain-producing or potentially strain- '. ~ o or or ac , o wcll-bctng- somatic rescarch to dcnotc external forces which ' AS- ------- ---------n --••--, ••- --•~~"+~- ~••~+ =a»a- t,ruuucrng on me organism subjected to the ~ ~; tude meant dis-ease and not illn s w 'u , e s as e se stress Stres b di b diff ; .s mayeamaongyrect eects ll th cr tod ~ ' di ~ `~ x . casq ( 0 Vas is r~ lly form due to its physical or chemical properties or it '. `lT• lJ ..'lJ~ V ., 1!.. /,• _~:. G7 ~.._- .. a ri . CIGAR S-NfAKIN(:/Tt)r.ACCt1--S*.tA!GINr---pSYCHOLt)CY/ 9'ht J'rrfidtnlial Address at. t/u Annual;• 111ecling of the Royal College oJ Pt~'Chta1nS11, held in Londo,r, grli ~uly, t9y~ \
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BF 575 B 1973 , ._ ~ MENTAL HYGIENE/ Peter Blythe The_Growing Plague . i , . . . ~ . . . . . . ~ .8y the same authyor ~. Hypnotism: Its Power and Practice S.t_Marfin's Ptcss ' Ncw York .r x ; 19 ® J < ,X
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~50272 5299 ~ Pryrbologlc.! Repoerr. 1981, 48j 339. ~,~Psych_ o1oR~~ Reports 1981 , . -~~. REVIEWS ~•,-.~ _ . 80 II Ey-81 s.p. . « and malte integrat;ve effort~. Tbis seriea is dearly useful; it is aood that tbe editort ~ as .vell a usual facxors. Tbe 28 aontributors, from diverse places, present original dan of coping .ritb stress are several; tbey indude an interesting one on the role of bumor tpatial factors, bureaucratic ~encounters, and wgnitive processes. Chapten on methoda on asseutnent: Environtnental stressors ate • limited to effe~ of aowding, non- fining depreuion, and in using ~be Repertory Grid provides a variety of evidence Checkliu for older children, symptotnatology at the dimacterium, problems in da tbe faaor wuaure of the StataTrait dnxiety Inventory, findings .vith the Life Events influencrs on perception of pain, seUpreoccuparion and aocial support. Examination of atress, information processing andysis, ttreu as an irritant of psychopathology, social Conceptuat issua addressed In thia volume indude traditional approacbes in mtdying iARASON . ., dt SPIELBERGER, C D. (Eda.) ~~ Vol. ~. New York: rnvsphere Publ. Corp., 1980. Pp. z-}- aontinue to organiae researtb in this area.'ia;t-, ~;-•. -.
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79RZu f; . JOURPIALISTS-AND• _ TRLSS.Vj: d l i ---RJR CLASS N. PAMPIi EL T 9 X Zu an tzer it Ivews Release Zurich Sw i vers y, . Zurich Un *Abstr. in: Journal Geneve 1.978, lp. (Sept. 22, 1978) (in French) . , Zurich Swi.tyerland ~ Zurich University Institute for Social & Preventive rtedicine, odicin- anct a W.i.r tY:e 230 Journa ~+. Prcvcnti.ve 1- „ th • a of tlte UniverLity of ?•cucich. nJ li~tc '. *note date* Y '~Journaliaio and r -c. • : ~lore aa~okezR, v~ . ;no Inctitutc of 5"c 1 1,1c conJucicd a study on Q` cuffc.cd fro~ ctrce~n~£ced.dict, a1cohol °ac>incl+ 9 fo'~ ~ tfected Inon and vo"cn, eX•Y ~iteuo , auch ittt t'^nn i~ I- • tin^ to tlce ln~titute, R • ' vo•.~en a;.d.cinr. ua ~ ~ ;., concivc cr..o;:Lh5P, accT x t o hd c •ers^ Y -• r zr z~ i d . oc 5 .,., oonc~u!pt ~ : r ~~ ?~~~„r+.~"+""* 1 curt and tho circ.~laticu c .• t rbcr) ' tC .~ ~ tl t ~c. ep ... . tJpSlrllal llc :1-l-_+-~....-...•: SMOKING HABITS--SWITZERLAND/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ ( 50272 5291 TOBACCO -SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ _- ( \
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I 50272 5322 ` RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK BF 575 Do 1981 Dohrenwend,H. S. (ed.)f Dohrenwend,B. P. (ed.)t Monographs in Psychosocial EpideMiology,2. Neale Watson Acadenic Publications, Inc..New York, New York 10010.81. ' ~ i ISN = 3789
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iS0272 5308 ~ thes h 1 d.wlop M*usN. and aWnulu.-r.p.lt1lw tAoaqht» pu strwepo t e ypo s. e streas st~mu i wer '' IbMf dos eot n.c.ssarlhr t~ws to naw a n.aauva va~.nc.. . bodily injury and, as such, tended to evoke fear. V. Yaedi Horor.its, HD, Nancy Wilner • . . . . . . . . : ~ s . . , :.4'. • TM otAnkal tt+.ory of 1NW r.p.tlqon aomtwlNqn 1s so+n.- `' ` only in persons with neurotic predispositions to tlMws tak.n b ss.an thd n.urotk p.nom, wh.n traumat~.d, '. The hypothesis of intrusive and repetitive thot ~rMt develop odmpulslve r.pMitlons o/ tM trauma. Our sxp~rh ,' stress in general was tested in a series of i asaN wppsts that IA.r. ts a a~oro p.n...t.f1.d-Thd vMious'; ~ lical ort nd r d ex ri e d t Th p c pe e ep m n s. e re~ a .typa of persons, alt.r a var/Ny of stressful w.nti, w11t t.nd tb ~ h h i '-t' T . . .~ ~,~,,~ ata s ific and limited emotion. The theo E ~ V t - ~ intrusive repetitiousness as a general response f t3{! . s_ EquhaMiM NLcts w.rs no1.d afl.r aWeull that arous.d positlw .: . m hlghly relevant to the eoncepts of stresa and trs .' twrai wn r.rernawr av:laa. ia.., nrq .~ ~;.;~ 1~+ r~ one that would be exioected after the arousal of ot of ideas and emotionu-Thiswanld-inrludp-A%rA__J .
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r (50272 5324 I SEWAGE TREATMENT/DEGRADATION, MICROBIAL/BIODEGRADATIO?4/ THERMAL POLLUTION!' OIL SPILLS/WATER--POLLUTION--BIOLOGY/ cm 11 University o( Technology . Loughborough (Great Britain) VFundamental Aspects of Pollution Control and Environmental Science 2 M.1 Cf'6SB 90E.OG aCAL AS F 1E C YS I OF ; ROLLUT@OIN CONTR -Amsterdain = Oxford - New York 1977 . ,.. ,. . . ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY L r , %
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50272 5323 . . XXII MeB -76 . S.P. 9 ; jtfutotion Research, 40 (1976) 85--eir bElseviei3c e~ nti ic Publis~ung Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands I EVALUATION OF THE GENETIC EFFECTS INDUCED BY VINYL CHLORIDE AIONOINIER (VCINi) UNDER btAM`IALIAN METABOLIC ACTIVATION: STUDIES IN VITRO AND IN VIVO N. LOPRIENO, R. BARALE, S. BARONCELLI, C. BAUER, G. BRONZETTI, A. CArfA1ELLINI, G. CERCIGNANI, C. CORSI, G. GERVASI, C. LEPORINI, R. NIERI, ANNA M. ftOSSI,d G. TURCHI Laboratorio di Mutagenesi e Dijjerenziamento, C1VP., and Istituto di Genetica, University, Pisa (Italy) As part of a programme of investigations on the biological effects of the industrial compound vinyl chloride monomer (V09), the raw material for the production of polyviryl 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. i Vinyl chloride in the presence of purified microsomes (sedimented at 105,000 g) obtained from mouse liver was converted into an active metabolite(s) which produced gene mutations in the yeast Schizosaccharomyces pombe (forvrard iut~t'onhan6 ge e c~nvuio~ ir~tNr•o loci of a diploid Saccharomyces cere- visiae, Moreover, ~e compoun'a was active in the host-mediated assay, when mice were treated with an oral dose of 700 mg/kg. , 4
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50272 5273 ~ . _ _.. _ BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/STRESS/; ". - •. 111 LR (Intl auotr ry • 78 tI Se ! Long term*sychological and physical effects of the POW Experience: A review of the literature. 11. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Center for '•risoner..of War Studies Navy Medical Neuropsychiatric Research Unit San Diego, CA 92152 11. CONTROLLING OFFICE NAME AND ADDRESS Bureau of Medicine and Surgery- Dept. of the Navy, Washington, DC 20312- 14. MONITORING AGENCY NAME • ADDRESS(Il dfllorent from Controll/nt Olllco) Office of the Surgeon General` Denartment of the Army S. TYPE OF REPORT b PERIOD COVEREG Interim S. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NUMBER S. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUM6ER(s) 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT. PROJECT• TASK AREA 6 WORK UNIT NUMBERS Navy 18-4=0005 Army 7401 12. REPORT DATE January 1974 11 13. NUM6ER OF PAGES 29.. IS. SECURITY CLASS. (ol his r-poat) rs. w I NVNUS (LOnunuo on roVOrao O$d* it noe0~841071 snd ld*ntlfy by block numbor) Psychological- effects Incarceration Physical effects Survivors Psychopathology tress. i gn~s of rar ~yc~i ~,ri c symptoms tr: ' epression a .--
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\ HANS SELYE, M.D. m . A SIGNET BOOK NEW AiMERICAN t.1D12ARY OR . *1M.. NWan \
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r I 50272 5326 .~.'SIS 3 ON %I'PL1CATIONS 0F NiT~~DG~~I-~ ~~ ~ ~/~~ THE ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS COMPOUNDS OFF ,iald T. Sawycr .1. StrcuG - J Strots 11. Swift Chemical Analysis, A Series of Monographs on Analytical Chemistry and its F.diudby Applications, vol. 28. p 5 Q 0 0 0 ;:.. and 7 p. "P. %. AVERELL Central Research Divic9on \
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~,,-~. - S )'.':_-M rk'I'i:::I~.L t. ~'arga, O H Stress-str+.tin behavior of elas~ic materials: selected prob- lems of large deformations, by 0. H. Varga. hew 1ork, Litcrscionco Publishers t1.96(31 ' x,1J0 p. lllus. 2-4 cm. ( Polymcr reviews, v. 15) 1. Bubber-Testing. 2. Deformations (~fecLt~ntcs) 3. Strains and stresses. r. Title. - (Series) 620.104 GG-13Y00 Library of Congress ":.:.J j(3717~ .... -
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; 50272 5311 E 4 e ~ . . . . , s • • .~._....~. - - -_. . . SELYE, }WP:S/TOBACCO--SPSOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/SMOKING AND HEALTIi/ HEART--DISEASES--STRESS/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ PSYCHOLOGY, PI:YSIOLOGICAL/HYPERTENSION/DRUGS, PSYCHOTRi,)PIC/ PHARMAC0IACY; ., ~ RC 669 1977 David VVheatley, M.A., M.D., M.R.C.Psych. Hcad, General Prac•liliuiter Research Group Twickcnluinc. England Raven Press a New York . <.
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Microfiche III Ac1 (1969) 50272 5318 Achenbach, J. D. ON STRESS WAVES IN VISC(yELASTIC :iEDIA CQNDUCTIt7G 11EAT, by J. D. Achenbach, S. a. Vogel and G. llerrmann 1966 15 Pages Clearinghouse for Paderal, Springfield, Virginia Scientific and Tcchnica2. Information IN ......-.~....~-~ 3
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/CARI)IOVASCULAR SYSTI,;SS/ DICES'L'.0"J/ ULCERS/ /SI:F.LF.TAL SYSTEMS/ :IUSCLES/ I't4LTNiTY/ DIARETES/ '/CORONARY HEART DISEASE/ PSYCHOLOGY/ PHYSIOLOGY/ by K'alter lllcQuade and Ann Aikman
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150272 5321 BEHAVORIAI SCIENCE/: •' MENTAL HYGIENE/PSYCFiIATRY/ ~ v1, Edited by Barbara Snell Dohrenwend The City College of the City University of New York Bruce P. Dohreli wqnd College of Physicians and Surgeons Cohunbia University ; ` ' I . l ) \ 1/ .
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,. PHYSIOLOGICAL ECOLOGY :A Sertu of Monographs, Texts and Trearlsw T T KOZL , . . OQySKI iTOCACCO--11G.^•,ICULTURE "~"""ry Ot ~~ ~" "" ry I ~' " ~`;`;:: uoerso% wr+rm,r, jECOLOGY/BOTANY--ECOLOGY/GROWTH (PLANTS)/RADIATION/ , ,ULTRAVIOLET RADIATION/STRESS INJURY/ TOBACCO MOSAIC VIRUS/ ~ QH RESPONSES OF PLANTS TO ~.= 545 ~, y~;: `° Le ENVIREONMENTAL,ISTRESSES 1972, *Y . : r i .: ~•.tij ,. J. LEVITT cr.rr...f ee,.o;er wr.r.Mp .f Mt.wd c.i..u.. i6S . New York San Fnncifeo London idi.ry of Maeoun Bria Jov.novich, PuMi~hw . t! r f
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.;_ ~al t . - 1, 6 To. oo• «7-Z:~33 1+ 1f i'nv nalily .nd Social FaytMdo - p 80 II Ey-81 s.p. . ~ 7 .a _... Y~. O v1 .G S. Q ...,;r...:.--:. Theodore A2 Dembroski and James Ai. MacDougall , Eckerd College An experiment tested the hypothesis that when subjects who display the Type A `. coronary-prone behavior pattern are placed under stress, they prefer to wait for the stressful event with others, but desire to w•ork under stress alone. One half of 2S Type A and 25 Type B (non-coronary-prone) subjects were told that lhey would receive painful electric shock while working on a mental task, while ;' the other one half were told that they would receive subliminal stimulation. Both groups were then given the choice of waiting for the event with others or alone and the choice of working on the task alone, in thd company of others, or in a leader-directed group. The results showed that Type As relative to Type Bs tended to wait in the company of others regardless of threat level, but dis- played a marked preference to work alone under high threat This decision to ~' work alone was not influenced by ` w iting preference. Su bsequent correlational studies showed that coronary patien~ (a = 40) reported a greater preference for working alone,wben. upder, pressure than matched controls (n = 40), as did Type A college students (72~', vs. l'4% for Type Bs) when asked their ref- fs" .C erence within the context of the structured interview that is used to assess the Type A pattern. The significance of the findings for increasing the unden;tand-. ~ tir= in of af6liative preferences and corona g ry-prone behavior are discussed. h•:a~ht l'~ -ti 7S t . t;y hYk ~ k: Y ~cFk'~N '50272 5307 0 •
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•D •(T ~[IOl$liTljBTjS LT0,;1wz1tp3 QO TT.7t341oo ii"j.XM7 es3vil L4Z I 9967 S80'3'iROO Ow STIIxI522RAIM OM83~'ir NI R03VSST3 ~,,OSIR4dS I
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N Wnlz, tzurC ' STREUSAIZis lM IH22f3 ZMMKIMN A,}ir M t°,1':GE UND I!*TF'.:RE S7Q.'~':~~, (Selta ustd for i°emovin,a Lce and ecsaw and ¢ffcct on peving and otiaar u"teriulso ) lniotoxtat fro:at Wzr;atoffe uo rosros8orn3 3, . 49»54 (1952) . . ._.,_..~
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Corona -Prone Behavior and Corona 80 II Ey-81 $eart Diaeaee; S.P. A BiblioA_ raah~ Cephen Weiss,' Ph.D. . . John Bunker Steven Horowitz II.S. Public Health Service National j.:;.._ Institutes of Health ti .. s.-. , _ _. . , . . --. Judy Craeff Ph.D , . Theodore Dembroski Ph , .D. - Ph.D. r- « • S --
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. . : . .: - . . . ' . ..- .. . . . . y .. . . - . . . .. _ . ..~Ki+n ;O. M Y:Y"F,+.a-~. . •[1..,1fW~.... . ~ • . ~ .. . .. . . .. . ~ - . .,- . _ -.... _ ...._ . .....-.~.. . _....w.c.... . w... ... ,. . . . ' . ., Physio%gtcal and psychological conceptions of stress have evolved Independently within their respectiveJtelds. An attempt has been made to Integrate the salient theoretical features of stress In a definition which - accommodates them. ?he merits ojthis Integration have been outlined. It !s believed that the integrated approach will lead to interdisciplinary understanding amon t oreticians, writers, and researchers and will °K' ~ un r~ < n ` n n ~ °K'lr`'ed (~ieoetic~strt~cture to grow.
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.t: >~''a`a~c..r~~i.vo~s.ra~^.ki. -s:.,.:~.:,~-~. ~.r._.._,'~i~.:..;.~.r . ...-...._ _... _.r.,..._.~ ......... . . . ... ... . .. . _ ~ i 50272 5341. ~ ~- \ ~ i.AR(_)_P_ RELATIONS/MANAGEMENT--PERSONNEL Ki:LATIONS 73 I RE WHEN A *tA'4geanent*Acti.on Guide Staff Recommendations May 21, 1973 I i f A ' " nc. mer ca, rch InstitLte o The Resea 589 Fifth Avenue ` New York, N. Y. 10017 44 P. ....-:.~~.~.-- \
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Strauss, Lucille (Jackson) 1908- . Scientific and technical libraries: their organization and ndministration 1byl Lucille J. Strauss, Irene DI. Strieby Inndl Alberta L. Brown. New York, Intclscience Pub- lishers 11JG41 xi, 398 p. Itlus. 24 cm. (Library science and documentation; a series of texts and monographs, v. 4) Revision of Technical libraries: their organization and mnnnFe- ment, by the Sclenrn•Z'echnology Division, Special Libraries Associa- tion published in 1951. Includes blbliotiraPhies. ' 1. ficientiflc )ibrnries. 2. Technical libraries. 1. Special LI- brnrles Association. 3cicu~r•Tcrhnol~o) 1)ivision. Teciwlcnl it- brarics. u. Title. (Series) ZM: I'3S8 l ~
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~ \ T 339 Patent claim drafting. 2d ed. S Publications L19521 Kerrvillc, Tex., Pacot 1. Patent laws and legtalntion-U. S. 2. Patent lawa and le.-fsla_ tlon-U. S.-Cases. r. Title. 52--356G i I ~ . . . _ _.. ._,_, ~---,. • - -_
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Whxte, A. A. S1K,Lt LMILITY OF C.x(,=~ :ZTE MIdUF.V,==RS AND ASSUI!IPTIaa aF RISK Layfelrlna LaW Reviow 29 (I?o. 4) 5S9-b39 (1969) °. . _.-_ . . `~
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78 III Co3 S.P. G. G. Johnson, Jr. E. W. White ' R. Hoover ' Materials Research Laboratory Pennsylvania State University ~ 50272 5332 Over the past six years, we have developed a programs foi recording image information for sub- unique facility' utilizing hoth SEM and computers seduent proc~ssing by a large (IBM 360/370) com- for analysis of complex .y,trms. The system called putcr. When further image enhancement was desirea, CESEN-if (Computer I?valuatiun of Scanning Fl:,c- the sweep generator was forced to hold on each of tric Microscopic lmagc,;) has evolved from simple - the points for a preselected time to collect "regis- sizing techniques to complex pattern rccopnition" tcrcd" x-ray signals for up to 5 x-ray channels. mcthods presently used today. At first a local IBM ;: Up to five channels of signal information could 3G0/50 wac uccd hnr now a:-lir.: be.^.::: ce::!rcl ~r ' be recorded using 1,UUU "grey" 1cvels. Duc to limi- . the SEM is being undertaken using a PDPI l-/20. . tations o[ even a giant comput;r, we were limitcd. Chemical identification, elemental ratios, particle .;: to picture point densities of only 256 points per line thickness, and axial paramctcrs• are presented as ` and 256 lines per frame. Neverth.less, this approach routinc output . for. sy:tcros vietvcd within the %vas useful in many research projects _and_ _proyided _. JEOLCO 50A - Scanning 1'slcetro n Tli; ro,cope a grcnt deai of pra.tical experience. Our system was ; tific community that the scanning electron micro-. recording can be used for fracture surfaccs, cross- scop^ (SFNl) is th bx•is for a uniuuc n•w kind nf • • - (Ftgurc 1). --- - ' ~devcloped here at PSU, and an identical system is It hQ ~~ra~nt ~!o tttl sc~n- 5 prcscntly used by USB\4 and 113\f Such a complcte ! -7g IMAGE ANALYSIS TECHNIQUES \1
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QD 65 50272 5330 St . . oil CHE`iiSTF:Y IN 2iO.dl,~UEOTJS 50~,~'E:u'x SYSTEt•iS, A Tcn-•Ye.zr Aanotrutad 13ib1ioGrephy 1969 17 Pagca The Dcw Che:alcal Co. Ga1dOn, Colnrad.o
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50272 5339 ~.._ f _....~.. T4wi.C? iy~Gi L43• Uut VII A~,.~,.. ..~...~. ~~ a44~ . . 4Lo ~s)t1rp6p) v7o. e17 t I I1F;\RY 1'. S\;l"I'!!, Jl:., 1';l.l)., Ca!A1:1.)a 1'. C:1Ri'T•.NTF.R, 1'11.D., Cfa;`t()1. S. 1t'1:IL, Ulai:1\O C:, J`U%%::\l, it6", ;utd J l11)1'J'JJ S. .\`,'CU1\i Ccrncgic-Mc(Itat Unircrsity, •f•100 Fifth i!i•cxut, PittsGurLl+, Ptr:rts)•I:•ai,in 1.5213 I Q Ac(Ut loxicity at+c1 yrryt:,tirpt d:tta au --l+oiti '.f}~ cnmpnunds arc preu:t(cd, . ccu- n:ulatcd in a rot:tilu:ir.a.a 1::oprmut fur scrccnut;; poicnti:+) co;tuttcrcysl proclucts. t Uy:3\C '!'y31: 51;1'y;N yc•stfs cinc.. t11e ~~ aPyu•.M';,ncc cif nttr l:i:t commuttication ,~ ~(~I~tyl(~'.^.I>~' ~i~ytll~ tt':~~ 1# It1~1(y~t!(7:1:1) Sl.ma ll:~\'t• irc•fc+=I1C :1\•:1li ;1+14 ror rn»- l / 1 t proved ,,-Ifc. Otu• l.~st papcr' incit::lccl data undcr t)tt• Mmic (tf triisnoct)l ysl:osjsl~in(•. Thc cr,rstiyt•:utsu ;1vittlil 1t.t.•e b+'cn t•nt!'_Ica aa ttiisr+:>ctyl l•ltitc.:
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ARCHER (J.L-. Chestnutt) :Z,y g_t;.:a il _. ,t 1, • saM r 50272 5347 R- Thicle and W~ 2iegler, --S-ta-h•1-und-M-gerr V ~ Pank`in, H`; Vnz f ~1_~ ~~1 ,_...,'4 ,.. • n~~rz"~r`~ Report from the Institute for Deformation (Forming) Science -- of the Technical University Ser].in. ~ . • .~,_ . (Report No. 162 of the Cold Rolling Committee of the Asso- --l -•J- ~
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4-nimia +! 11~:11 Nr.6lJuml -%LRrq*0 l S•fa• . ! 50272 5343 ~. . Kinetik der selektiven katalytischen Reduktion von Stickoxiden mit Ammoniak an einem oxidischen Katalysator * and G. Gut - Technisch-chemisches Laboratorium ETH, CH-8092 Zurich Abstract Nitric oxide can be selectively reduced by ammonia to form nitrogen. Depending on the temperature range, either platinum or vanadium oxide are used as catalysts, or the reaction is carried out homogeneously at temperatures around 800°G A Langmuir-type kinetic reaction scheme fits the observed data on platinum with high accuracy. On a vanadium oxide catalyst, observations show that the system can be separated into four main reactions; these are the combustion and the decomposition ' of ammonia, the reduction of nitric oxide by ammonia, and the reduction of nitric oxide by ammonia without the influence of,: oxygen. . . . .. -, . . . . . . .. - From differential reactor results it is deduced that an adsorption model with high Eley-Rideal character could be useful for the , . quantitative description of the kinetic system. _, . 6176 LM257 P 231- 3Y STRI JP CHIMIA . werden kann, 1St 41CS mlt DllGlUlc~uuwowiioo.woaa w- reits bei 200°C mtiglich. Oxidische Kontakte, wie z.B. V,O&, bentStigen etwas hShere Temperaturen (250- 400°C), zeigen aber gegeniiber Edelmetallen einen brei• teren Anwendungsbereich. Auch eine homogene un katalysierte selektive Reduktion ist miiglich, sofern be 800°C gearbeitet wird [1]. \ ,
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I QC 1 467 ~ 50272 5340 ~ St TABLES OF SPECTRAL LIKES OF NEUTRAL Ak'D IONIZED t,T0i4S, by A. R. SCri$anav and N. S. SvQntitakii 1968 899 Pa6as IFY/Ploztum Data Corporation New Yotk
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St ~ MTTXCS AItD WI'''2=4 OF CReWJ,.2.37.kT!{`.".l .7i47 P?• Lou"n
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_ :..._... Oct. 82 II Ha Abstracts Circulation, Vols. 57 a' NEUTROPHIL MED1ATED, COMPLEIIENT N- DEPENDENT ENDOTiIELIaL I~JURY BY NU- 651 ' OTOXIV Robert T•. Nall, Laurence A. Harker and Dcpartments of Medicine and Pathol- ogy. Univrtsity of h'ashington. Seattle, Washington ; The mechanism of endotoxin-induced endothelial cell (EC) injury has been Westigated In vitro using cultured human EC In a Cr-release microcytoto- xicity assay. Highly purified lipopolysdceharide (lipid _ A) and complement (C) components were used in a serum-free system in order to define the role of Individual mediators. Exposyre of EC to endotoxin (. from 2-24 hours produced •minimal injury (speci ie ` release < 5%) in concentrations up to 100 ug/ml. C added simulteneousty with E or to EC monolayers prcincubated with E also gavc < 5% specific release. In contrast, the simultaneous addition of neutrophils ' with E produced significant EC injury with specific release of 20% compared with neutrophil controlc (p< 10 -4). Similar release was also produced by tJ+c, addition of neutrophils-sto an C monolayer pre- Nncy~ted ~ith (p<~0 ~ Inf~ywas detectable at (4}~eufrtiphil,EC atios as laiv as 2 to I and with E concentretions of 100 ng/ml. The addition of C did not , enhance thi% neutrophil-medietcd EC injury (p> 0.5). 50272 5342 l 1978 58, Suppl. II, . . .. p. )t-2J o -
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TS 1080Weot, Clarence J. .*.~ : W Y'LAMMEPROOFING, and Supplement 1 by ClarencP J. West, Eleanor Stringham, Lillian Roth, and Jack Woiner (Inatitute of Paper Chcmiatry, Bibliographic Series No. 185) ~ .,~ : •.. ~.._• 1959 244 pages 1965 (Suppl. 1) 121 pabea Institute of P3por Chemistry Appleton, Wisconsin
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5?RIPPING- ANALYSIS/OSCILLODST:TRY/CO'JL0*tET4u C ANALYSIS/DLEIJ:C:'RIC (',ONSTANT/ MAGNETIC METIIODS/NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE--A.ALYTICAL APPLICATIONS,V.4,9/ CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--ANALYTIC/ ELECTRON PARAMAGNETIC RESONANCE/ MASS SPECTP•OMETRY V.4 9/SCATTE RING/ELI:CTROf:HEMICAL ANAT YSIS V 4 9/ , N , . , . , r• CiIRONOr1ETHODS/POTEVTIOMETRIC ANALYSIS,V.4,9/POLAROGRAPH AND POLAROCRAPHY, N ELECTRODEPOSITION/CONDUCTOMETRY,V,4,9/ ._. o .. , inQ° a r r a1r r1s.6 OwAINaLl IMAL WIETY1r~ TKEA r1zy 19ti7 PnRT I THEORY AND PRACTICR . .. VOLUME 4 -SY.C'jION D-1 - SECTION D-2 ~. Electrical Methods of Malysis INTCitsctT•,N'CL PUrr.ISIrcr,S 196 q ' a dhision oj JoAn ll'ilcy ct Sona, 1'ca )'ork-London-.Tydney Fdited by I. %I. KOLTII01.'r. School ojChemislry, (Iniveraily oj.Tlinnesola and I'IIILIP J. ELVING X ~ ~~ Deparbnent of Chemislr Uni i "'~ y ie,s ,.po ly oJalic6in ~ n•ith the assistance of EIZNPST B. S;1NDI•a.f, Sehool of Chcmislry, Unicersity oj.ljin nesola i ., °rrT!~S?"'S~ .. . w , . . . ~ ~L.177 . . .. . ~ . . _ . . f .n..-a_. _.. _ 'r.~'-.i- • . . . . . V. }taguetic Field Methods of t.rialysis ! 1 ~
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.150272 5351 ~ - 8 L-6339 •" • August 5, 1974 ~~Rol 'FT - `ft M7IlfE ~ ~ . __ _ . , . . . T. El. Bartlctt I,uborrtory Division 0ak Ric:Ce Caseous Diffusion Plant Union,Csbid_ Cornoretion, Nuclear Divisioa Oak R!•d,;e, ienuesaea ,
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i RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK Ref. .Q 150 St 50272 5353 ,;Lawhun,l(.S.;ChaMpany,b. W. (ed.); Hotz,S. M. (ed.)s DOCUMENT RETRIEVAL: SOURCES AND SERVICES. 1981 ed. - 1 c. 1982 ed. - 1 c. The InforMation Store.San Francisco, CA. 94105. ISN = 6098
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..n....„.,..-...-......,..,..,... .,,.., . ,..,-..,,,~_~.y...,,,,,s . Range-FiTldil)g Toxicity Data: List VI HENRY F. SAfVTH, JR., Ph.D., CIiARi,FS P. CARPENTF.R, Ph.D., CARROL S. 1YF,IL, 11i.A., URBANO C; I'OZZANI, M.S., and JWAOIP!!:~'!!~lPfME"IZS. Alcllon Institulc of Industrial Research, Pittsburgh, Pcnnsylvania (Zj A tablc prcsents acute toxicity and irritation data o,i ruorc than 300 compounds, acc:uuuulatcd in a continuing pra;rarn for scrccnin!; potcntial cotfimcrcial products. The standardized cxpcrinicntal rocthods arc dacribcd. briCfty- ~
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\ 90`Q Q•ncr:r~ e:z~~;; t~.tlcosag Tu.tn•I.Tn*TxPV e'xMTn~ T,e7g Jo quO:f'l.s'Ode(r pnTaA 666T aT"i~V esNd §Z °a rT~~T Prin f •~ I.Zaql'f,' 'TtOpa,xs ,4q age IT •q1 uWO'C1m8 'z56T M siav3 1I0 uIY"S'IKi amf ',f?I.tVtIaS .so .L:.'CC:.J 4d qjoqTV a'tTapaitt .,..,.,._~.._._.
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VIII Diel90MM*ltb=-MMELbMI:OUS ,MATEP.IAL,,. Biv: si~ta . .,.~~,..,~.. Y e!mn"m.•.11:•~ nf.~.nr'w ~ t•t!T ~M-j•a•7v.T' 1'. .~..:. ~a ~.. ~ .... : ~..._... .~..« . :... lOTL~'.:,1:.i.~~i.:~ . n.. ~,. . -. . .-. ~. Vy t,. ,~. ~.'O. , T+Osa£.4ii: F<a4' YrG:•.Lic« Davf•lOaTC:$:I2:. DGy.a.w., :>c.:(::L.E Dz.vs-ie.:, a;cd W'ilic-m td. t'c,:z. 1967 Co?lecLion -ol! matcrial Mu::ttu-Ss1.Cm, Il. C. ..~..-,.,....~+~
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MEDICINE, PSYCHOSOMATIC/PSYCHOTHERAPY/BIOFEEDBACK/ BF 575 PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGY/ f I Edted by F J. McGuigan University of Louisvilk Louisville. Kentucky , ai <
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,::. 50272 5359 9'iib' ifi.iT--LOt..rJ i:3'sPLG3IQN IN :1`tiB tt}:~0 It:DUSTP.Y, by J©r.:n J. Strobel Rad Valter B. Wa1xiA (U. S. Dept. of f.ar4culture, F'orert Service Riacarch raper NE-•22i 1969) 1969 60 r~Cau U. S. Lwpt. of Agriculture y!arI:icg`.an, D. C. l
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TMS•AIME Members $1.50 Non•Members $3.00 ihe Metallurgical Society and American Institute of Mining. Metallurgiuf, and Petroleum Engineers are not responsible for statements or opinions in this puptiution. Papers delivered before meetings of The Metallurgical Society of AIME become the property of the Society, and are not to be published without written Society permission. Paraphrasing is permitted in editorial re- view, provided credit Is extended to The Metallwgical Society of AIME. In such review, verbatim abstracts up to one•tenth total Content ara permitted without permission. t P . THE METALLURGICAL SOCIETY OF AIME '~:I -C' _'_ 345 EAST 47th STREET, NEW YORK, N.Y. 10017
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SG51' 7X MeF-F-Q6-73 50272 5356 L ~` . . DaerV Answer B 11 ACCORDINO nursery rbyme- Dairy and Poulrq DivilTon " Foreign Agricultural Service THE C:el1-l:now'n TO Little Miss L4ufCet sat on a tuftet Eating her curds and whey. Unfortunately, in the course of timc, . very few pcople have followed little ltiiss biulfet's cxample, and the 4is-~ posal of whey is now a problem of uni-' versal interest. 1 transportation costa, combined with the development of bulk tank operations in most dairy coumRries, made return- ing liquid whey tn xh;, farms impracti- cal. The result vra<s that most liquid whey was dumped down tbe drain, with only a small amouat processed for an- imal feed and huirum food use. Over the past diccade cheese output --------^~-----t..--_--~---_____._-~.,.._.-.,
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~ 50272 5352 1 1L ~ ,- .. 4 .. A . j . /,-ci..z. :.~...•.~....r... - -- - ._ . y6 ~;'• 13 l/ TIIM SYMP-TOMATOLOGY OF CHRONIC POISONING WITH OXIDES OF NITR.OGEN• K. A. VIGDORTSCIIIS, L''. C. ANDRE£VA, I. Z. 1~TATIISSEVITfiC13, • M. M NII:vLIxA, L.M. hitvnilNA Ax ffir The Inatitute of ITypiene of Labor arai Indualria2 Diseasca, Lcninprad HE literature dealing with the effect produced by oxides of ni- trogen on the human organism is fairly large, and yet the vast majority of the literary sources available refcf to ncutc poisonings, rhil, the material which treats the subject of the lastink action of small concentrations is very scanty. cupations they were exposed_to nitro- gen oxides. The NO: concentration was very low; in only a few ca.tes was it slightly above 0.005 mgm. p. L. which is considered as harmless. In the large majority of cases we failed to find any other injurious gases in the air to which our subjects were exposed. The period of their work with oxides ~10c+ ()esqf ilrl+est. at' tias In ,of nitro~cn t:~ricd from 3 to 5 years. ___.._..r_o1..~..:~_ nn~ar.n;nn. th oxidciof ._1iad*been very thorourhly n•orked out. attempt to rcyeal he sym tom tolot,y A method of collecting the material
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~50272 5364 ., . PiI'YSIOIAt;IC4;L BASIS ON SRLT TOLERlINCE OF PLAt7fS (AS AFf`Ec^.?'ED BY VARIOUS IYPES OF SAL,INITY). 1964 279 p. Daniel Daveq & Co.,,Inc. tlew York
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~ \ i - : %oECOLOGICAL RESEARCH SERIES/ _ - i EPA-600/3-76-018 : . : .; . A1R=-POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/AEROSOLS- IYEASURT•.AtENTS/OZO*TE/ . February 1976 THE TRANSPORT OF OXIDANT 576 SP. ..: • BEYOND URBAN AREAS 1976 ~ '~- by . Chester W. Spicer, James L. Gemona, Darrell W.•Joseph ' ~ ~~U ` and Gerald• F. Ward • : • - ... . . Contract No. 68-02-1714 •..... . . ._. . . . • h J B f li i J osep u n . - a Gas Kinetics and Photochemistry Branch Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park; North Carolina 27711 BATTELLE - Columbus Laboratories : q EpVZ"Nt"NT* jtOTV-"T%fN qGENCY OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVEIAPMENT FrtyiRoNmENTAL SCIENCES RESEARCH LABORATCRY . r --,: ~- ._._._.....
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TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ CANCER--INTESTINAL/CANCER--DIGESTIVE TRACT/ CANCER--ESOPHAGUS/CANCER--STOMACH/ The University of Texas System Cancer Center M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute 25th Annual Clinical Conference on Cancer Gastrointestinal Cancer. Edited by ~av~tn (~f~SS~ 7oc- Depanmrnts ojMedicine and Surgery The University ojTesas S~ystem Cancer Center M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute :r Houston, Texas N \
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i50272 5349 72 VI? Zio TOBACCO--HARVESTIIvG/ RJR CLASS NO. PA.`SFNLET 72 VIT 'cto ' Morrison, J. E., Jr.; Yodnr, E. E. (U. S..Dep. AUr., AEr. Res. Serv., Washington, D. C.; Univ. Ky., I.exinbron Ky., U. S.)
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. , ;,;, . ~...'~. . --- TOBACCO--LAW--CZECR0SL0VAKIA/ { 50272 5354 at Zo's2-it, ' S.Y: -- '. RJR ;CLASS NO.--PA"SPHLET- RT ToB2-78 s. p. ' Kozak, J.• Bajan, A.; Kubik, A.; Kolar, J.; Krivanek, J.• W , (Chest-Clin., Kutna Nora, Czech.)' : ANTI-SMOKING LEGISLATION AND THE FIGHT IN C2EC.HOSLOVAKIA.; 1978(S102)157-8,(1978) (in`English) Scand Jour. Resp Dis . _..,,._ . At picsent thcreis'rio law in Czechoslo- //The campaign against smoking is lvakia which would comprehensively solve regarded as a serious social and ecunomic l all of the aspects of-the problem of smok- ~ problem. For this reason, it is intended that ~ ing, and its effects upon the people's hca'h , the efforts made so far will be continued - - - - - ~ h i t ~~ w t reater in en_s~t . ~ y. J!
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MORTALZTAT Iti 13EZIJ'.~fUt:G ZUM xr.l3AK12At3CHEN. 9 JAIiRB BBOBACIiTUPNGSH BEI AUi 21 IN DER SCIIWEx'L (Mortality iu Re].ation to TobP.cco Staoklmg. 9 Yaars of Observatioas in Su-io9 Phynicians) by H. Strobel, and 0. Gaell. ttra7.v. Med. Acta'3l (ho. 6) 54?-552 (Dac. 1965) 0 ,
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px lYat. Aasd. &i. UBA : YCL 70 No. 0, PP. 1093-1090, June 1973 . 1 7s Y -S Z7 ' • . .. • ... .... ':. `50272 5357 Iiiochcmicsel Bnsis of tlle Ilesistance of~urcAne to Ecs~ot Disease (NAmlothosporoeide/bindl t I n g pro e n/membraaes) • pepar' . ent of Plant Pathology, Montana state Unive»ity, 051 C,tCT Helminthosporoside is the host-specific • tnrln rroduced by 1letminthoeporiurn aocchuri, the or•. gan4. •; causing cycspot diseai.e on sugarcane. Clones of au6ai ane susceptible to the toxin possess a membrane ppt(..r that binds the toxin. Membranes of reaistant elone, do not bind the toxin. In this study, a binding pro- tt(n f.om a susceptible clone was compared with its coun- tcrp:•,•t from a resistant clone. The protein from the resie- tant !lone did not hind the toxin unless it was first treated •itL mild detergent. The two proteins are antigenically ~ jdcnlical, have the same molccular weight, and eaeh• ' contains four subunits. They differ slightly in their eleetro- eborctie mobility and vary with respect to four different 2 % t I 4 0 .
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Kurschners cleu(scher belelu•ten-knlender ... Ta`?,i- /'? nusg. Berlin ttnd l.eipiia, N. do Gruyter & co.,1J~25r- l `/ .'0* ~- . - - , I v. ports. 21 cm. . T:ditors: 1!)2u- G. LttQtke (with II. Slrodel, 1t1`25; Ii. Jaeger, lU2G) , Supplementing I:Ihscluirr:> deutscber 1lteratur-kalender. 42.- iahrg., Encti voluuie Includes "«'ls.senschaftliche zeltschriften" 1. GerroAn}-Blo-btbl. 2. Germnn Iltenahlre-Bio-blbl. 3. German periodtcals-11Ib1. r. l.iidtke, GerLar~f, 1S7:i- ed. 1L ~trcJrl, Hsrns, 1895- ed, lir. Jaeger, Hnns, 18a3- ed. iv. Tltle: DcuC- sclier gelrhrteu-kalender. v. Title: C:elehrten-kalender. 25-15070
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Collins,. J. T., Jr. , A?P.):OANE PARTTCLE ST_ZF AlI' 1-Y~YSr A COMPOSITE BIBLIOCRAPIIY,` 'by J. "T; Colltns, Jr., W. J. Harrie, D. D. Stromberg, and J. L. Poaers. Mmy 1966 33 p. U. S. Atomic Energy Commission, Health and Safety Division, Idaho Operations Office S .,. ::.. . . - ,
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a,C ..6tCtt C~,oc., 150272 5328 ~ - ~&.I ~ , 76 II Re2-76 ~l°--11f~,('. s.~.phli cat _ s . .2. ._.....r.. -1 on of the IILB System to the lul~ilization . of 3-~ `- ~ Essential Oils x' ntl E1.F.VF.N years have past since Ilre 111,13 system (1) was first puLlirhed and, certainly, we are all in agreement that the co.mctic industry has reaped the Lenefits of this contribution-particnlarly. in the fielsl of cosmetic cl,em- istiy. On tlre otl,rr•hand, its application in the area of solu6i!- itau'on has, unfort,mately, hern neglected. This investigation is a systematic study of the HLB system as it applies to the soh,bilization phenomenon. The practical N10NROE LANZETt :.,.._._-.. F-t-g`= -. ' i-~-,. . .. ' /-~ ~ More recently, Moore and Bell (5) have studied snluhili•r.a- tion of essential oils in asystr.matic fashion by use uf a series of simple, nonionic emul.ifiers of varying oxyrthylene chain lengtlrs. In a general mar,ner, they were able to correlate tl,r structure of the emulsifier with tite amount of oil solubili•r.eil. Of more immediateimportance to this paper is tl,e work of Griffin (1) who pr. _o~,osed the now wrll known 111.11 systrm of en,ulsifier ,:election. Published work on the applicatiun of value of this work should be apparent to every co:metic re• HLB to solubilization is virtually non-exi•tant. However. search chemist. Solubilization of oil, provides formulation Criftin indicated that it .hould be pns.ible to apply the H1.13 econumy and a lueh degree of co~metic elegance while serving system to .olubilization and lie stated that tlre Hi.B range for as a partial replacement oi alcohol in times of raw material solubilizing is between 15 and 18. He also showed that HLB ~ acarcity or where extreme flash evaporation of the product may be too high for eflicient solubilizing and that the effective must be retarded.On ag-litiO, tl0 enyfli sifiO usP i7solro 9ranle of hydrop6ilic-lit:nphilie balance is very narrow even Lilizin~ perfume oilg often function as fixauves in these sys- for different oil:. In 1954. Criflin published equations for cal- tem'a. In amsidering the practical values of this work, the culating the HLB value• of nonionie emulsifiers of various . t T r%...;r. ,fil wnnlvinP coalesCence 3~, f-/ P (,(-ce-. r16 o)
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62 OA~f[TH lq S 7' + ~ i 3 ~ j • S $ 217 t,OE._t)17Z-r LANT AMI.YSIS,,,lp(3), 551-563 (19?9) 50272 S Tucson, AZ 85721a Nitrogen applications affected plant growth characteristics, color, nutrient content of leaves and yield of chili peppers as shovn by results in this tvo-year study., Koderate rates of N and highest yields. Phosphorus treatments did not affect yields (100-150 kg/ha) tended to produce a more desirable type of•plant under these conditions. .,.• • Analysis of atem-petiole ss~cples for nitrate appeared to be a good indicator of the N status of the plant. A heavy fruit set ~n ~ust ac7omp4nieqvi~ a03-1 values below 8,000 to 10,000 ppa resulted in harvest time N deficiencies and lover yields. EFFECTS OF tQTROC©~ AND PHOSPliO?US Oa YIELDS AND TISSUE A?tALYSES OF CHILI 'PPEP.S ~ Chili peppers, plant analysis, fertilizer_ response nd N. F. Oebker The University of Arizona 5T I \
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, , /f x~,>~~:,tn a~s~ uvr~avTTo~ y. OL6a vo~~a~sg ° fl:;:~ acq~r d~ 3~z~r.doTa.~r,~ ~~~Fox3 ,+~szl. t;zxrr~r.,;l 0003 sr~'iott,Ccl•fi •,~ xq •s3.•r~i'.t~,~'r]ie~ s ta1,?S •£G£ dt •h3iLf;) cL'd~J sIM-It11I:;.v90a •d'S : . (TL6T)
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VITXtIN ASSAY - TESTCD PETHOIIS, by Rolf Strchacbcer Aac! ti2Etw :•t. 1965 . 360 Pat;ce Chesoica.l Kubbor Co. Pre¢a Clevelnnd, Ohio ," . I
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. .., ...,~,. _t (1959) poLq{Z0Gp,AP11zC MBASUP.MEtiT OF DISSOLVLD OXYC&N IN YEAST FERMENTATIONS, by J. Strohm; R. F. Dale, and U. 3. Peppler /.ppl. Microbiol. 7, 235-8 (1959)
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(50272 5358 OYe...bYIN. .....V.. .AA.Y.O .Y ...WY ~ s :o0~A41. OI DIOLOOK.L ClItIlMtt '++14?Na 4, Jrw of }•ebruary 7b, pp. 1311-Ir)t, t91i.• 1.~.~~ prfd.r r~ u.a..t. J.1TY_ . • l. I r_--.-.-- ... - -.1 ... _- . ~ . .... , 75i i G ~S e. . • . ~ . . . . -Re Jfelniiutilosjiorosidc-bindinn Pr6tcin of S>Eigarcano .UI'ROPERTIIS .1\D RELATION-SHll' TO SUSCEPTIBILITY TO THE l:l R SPOT DISEA.SB•_ s- ~~ , . „ . r. ~ ... . , : •. .. Frotn the Dcpartment oj Plant Paihology, Montana Sta[e Ciiircraify, 73ozeman,llfontana 59715 _ . . ... .., .. ' . . . . , . "` .. .. . . ~ ~ 1 ' . ... .. . . . t . / • Mones of sugarcane susceptible to the eyespot disecse • ~ . .. . :. . : - ~.: ''s-ed by Nelminlhosporium :acchori possess a membrane ::cin that binds helnlinthosporoside, the host-speci.9e A the fungus and reaction to the tovn in any given clone of ali produced by this fungus pathogen (SraYrt•.It, G. W., aner Steiner and Strobel (3) isolated. tbc todn which a•as :~ SiuOSEt., G. A. (1971). 1. . BioJ. Cherrm. 246, 4350).1 helminthosporoside e.nd characterized it as 2•hvdroxy- tanbrane preparations irom cuones resistant to ttle tozin rop}•I•a-n-galactopyranoside. Later Strobel and SLciner •;-m ot possess binding activity: CloneS that are slightly )wed that the toxin is present in the ruuner areas of liatu- s e..-ted by tL•e tozin, likewise possess only an intermryedi e~ t Ieares and in amounts large enough to account '~nat of tozia.bqdir>gaetOity.0 (~ 0 ~ / ~ e~t•al~tion of symptoms. From these data it is clear \
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's ltiico{:i27o Sulfate from hicotinna rustica. A;l,wicsn Chemical Societg. Division c:' Agricultural Pnd kbod Chemi stry, Chemistry of Tobacoo, a; ympo s1 ur.= presontod at the A. C. S. Diamond Jubi:.. meeting. From: Ind. and Eng. Ciiet,i, 44: 2f 5-303 1. r _y
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~ 80 II Re2•81 ~ In~ialation patterns and predominant site of bronchoconstriction in healthy subjects 8001 LF692 P 57E STRO KP J APPL PHYSIOL 8o-irR .,jj- r 1 51 . CHARLES F. O'CAIN, ROLAND H. INGRAM, JR., IAM D. KAPLAN, AND E. R. McFADDEN, JR. Departments of.'e rdici:r,e and bluclew-Medicin~e, $rig3-iarn and omen¢sHospital, Shipley Institute ojMedicine, Sidney Farber Cancer Institute, and Harvard Medical School, Boston, Massachusetts, 02115 . SrRoHI., KtxomruN P., CaAm.Ea F. O'Carx, Rouxn H. responded in such a manner as to implicate a predomi- Ixcmm, Jn., MYtES A. YANTA, WnwAm D. IG+pt.ax, AND E. nant large airway response, and nonsmokers shu ved ~ R. MCFaDngx, Jx. Inhalation patterns and predominant sitet changes suggestive of a predominant small airwa3 re- ' oJ bronclaooonstriction in heallhy subjects. J. Appl. Physiol.: sponse Based on the aerosol deposition studies of Do_ov. Respirat. Environ. Exercise PhysioL 50(3): 575-579, 1981.-To ich et al. (5), we proposed that our results could be determine the relationship between changea in density depend- ~ ence of maximal expiratory tlow and changes in the predomi- explained by a more proximal deposition pattern in non nant site of bronchoconstriction, we altered the pattern of emoking subjects. Even though we found this to be an inhalation of a methacholine aerosol to achieve deposition attractive explanation for our findings, what was lackin either centrall y (byshochopnpy bp thao) or ; rip~ rallf (b +~ w~s a direct demonstration of the.occurrence of eithe, . lJ ~ 9 . .. ,• , . I .
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\ ~~cvaro~~v3~ u~y~xreur~ r.rt~tl uOTyV-$:)dssv S;w07 e©Es'l 9 Zi•i3iSI'1 03; MN ?0."L`1 no-Ti. eQ . --Y-...~..~
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eG. Q Kingzett, Charles Thomas, 1852-1335. ]:23 Hingzett's chemical encyclopmdia; a digest of cheinistiy K and its industrial applications. Editor, Italph K. Strongy; contributors: t-I. J. Bunker tnnd othersl With a foreword by Sir Robert Robinson. 8th ed. London, Bailliere, Tiudall and Cog,1952. z11,1188 p. dlagrs. 23 cm. First ed. published In 1919 under title: Popular chemical dictlorary. Inaudes bibliographies. 1. Chemistry-Dlctlonaries. QD5X4 1952 , ,.^- ,, 540.3 52-3303
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Mfr'iM • •VVpIM~- t:1:L Nlctnnntldam Ilf•im_rl 3G'11 • - _ . .t.t.r.•..r r.r u:., I L 6OV' ~LC- f a~ Ki« ~f. 1 MLC.FILM~'L C.l•~L4(•,a„YY! M • ' ' ~• '' \ (1\SE nf ttlF Lll\ALll TI1F: JtISSI A\ I:ItACIa) Cllt •.• (:ULATIt)N •1't) S'I•Ii.1TU51'IIEIIIC U%f)\E Klall'C"11ptiS, -- S~~•r!~.•wf.npwT ~ f[a'JC CO~Lpt'1 f irr1/GFM•wGp~G. A LP OA t ~um rrLr• •a9.M/V t:tYlwt ic9itC•. I~LR ~r•ti a :.wq u41t \VY&LYf , NKL Yruhlam Ap3•30. ..- • •--.. iv7val n-arcn u:r..,,a:•,ry . ,. Project 61153N•53, 1{Ft03z0341 ~tiathin4tr~n, D.C. '103~5 / 0J ; aprl 1179 This research M•as sporsnred by the t'pprr Atmospheric kL•srarch Office of the National Aeronautics and Space Administrrtiun under Suhta%i. 61153\•33. RRU33•0a•41. - ,t Kr V•OWCf rw ....er..•J. rf w.r..rYf w••I ILwlllr 01 L/rt! wV..~.rJ Stratosphere • Ozone 1'l'atletary waVes , . . ; - 50272 5355 %l quatigcusltophic mudcl. If the uzone pL•rturbations are confined to the polar re• I wilh a num[•ric ) I aSiK.C t fCv.nw..r .n r...... •~O. d w.:.rr.ry r.f .J.wn111I HFN ww.NrJ • . The effects uf various ozone density rcductions on the zrnrally areragL•d circulation tre evaluated Mean circulalion :.•• cl S o`.o; :Q p. .. ., /
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50272 5385 ORGANO`1ETALLIC Co;ViPOU.vnS/ALKALI MT'.TAT.S/XF.NON COMPOUNnS/IiYDRInF.S/CARRII)ES/ METAL NITRIDT:S/TiT•.RYT.LIU?i CO?1POUNDS/MAGNI:SIU`t ORrANIC COMPOU'vnS/STROhTTU?•i/ CALCTteM/RARTUM/RORON CO'tPOIJftDS/CAP.RORANF.S/~i:UMT"1ilM/GAT.LIUM/INAIUM/TIUU.LIUM/ SILICON ORGANIC COMPOUNDS/TIN COMPOUNDS, ~YNTIIESIS/GFRMANIU'yt/LEAT)/METALS/ C11I:MISTRY; ORGANIC--METALLIC COMPOIINnS/ CIIEMISTP.Y, • ORGANIC--COLLECTED WOP,KS/ ~thbdicui 0 © Editor-in-Chicf In IMICLIMFriedhelm Korte A Critical Survey of Proven Methods and Their Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and Medicine Volume 7 Main Group Elements r and their Compounds . i Part AGroup 0 to IVA Elements and their Compounds 'Academic Press • New York • London • San Francisco 1977 Edited by g icl k4shgrs 1St ttga t 4 .8 I Hans Zimmer Kurt Niedenzu
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..r: _~.~: .......~4..+~. ~+.~~_. _ _. . _ ... __ .._ . _ . . . ^ CALCIUI•i--OP.rAINIC CONPOINDC/ BAFIIL'`l--ORrA?dIC C'JI~I'OU`iD5/CAIZ.`!'Irti--QY.GA.'IC C0.'1 ei STRONIIUM±--0RGANIC;!,OOIiPaUhID$/:ViCNT:SIL'T4--ORG.I2:IC COIfPOL~aDS/ '.~. .1_'~ r.,~.,.A. _fi. V ~~' E 1 "i D .~ ~F_ . 2514 ye ~ / 1973 : ~~{.~, LJ[•Cl1 `~ 1.1J ~~ ~. ~U 1 ~( ~11 9J lY1 ~ ~ _ t - (HOUBE\T-IVEYL) YlERTE,1ibLLIG NEU GESTALTETE AUFLAGE HERAVSOSaBSaaVoB EUGEN MULLER BAND YnI/2a
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~50272 5371 B018 KD978. P . 441 . ,. ~ .STRO Dp 1 JJ AEUROE31 OL a„ (5, ~(q~I J . ~ ..._..~. __._ . t 80 II Ey-81 Patterns of Slow Transport in Sensory Nerves'' activity with time. The results were explained on the basis of the unitary hy- othesis. The labeled components are considered to be moved down the fiber -.-~.,X•~....~ , ~ and S. OCHS Department o/Physiology, Indiana University School oJMedicine, Indianapolis, Indiana 46223 Received Octo6er 13,1980; revised January 13,1981 An examination of the pattern of outflow of radioactivity in sciatic nerves was made at times from 1 to 82 days in the rat and up to 132 days in the cat after in- jecting the L5 and L7 dorsal root ganglia, respectively, with 3H-leucine. Slow waves moving at a rate of 1-2 mm/day were looked for on the basis of their re- ported presence in the 6otor fibers of the rat. A consistent pattern of slow waves was not seen in the cat or rat sensory fibers of the sciatic nerves nor was evidence of a slow wave found iti the cat dorsal columns. Irregularities in the pattern of outflow which at times appeared as "waves" did so in an irregular fashion, a pattern inconsistent with a steady progression of slow waves in the fibers. The decrease of radioactivity appearing first near the ganglia helps create the im-. Q~ p(gssitof7,wate al4ng 4ith irregular decreases in the overall levels of radio-
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. RC i Athoslls ~61 ~~ ~i.~L~ • 692 o"._. ~~ - Edircd by: A Subsidiary vf Narcourt l3rucc .1vvairovrch, Publishers New York San l-rancisco London c HEART--DISEASES/TORACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/SMOKI*1G AND HEALTH/ CLINICAL CARDIOLOGY MONOGRAPHS, Series consultants: J. CARDIOLOGY/ st: IW`t~:: 64 c~'Mc 1978'' Willis Hurst 6 T. Mason Dean
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~ . .. (50272. 5384 AND ERNEST B. SANDELL ;'ANALYTICAL CTIEI1tISTRY OF INORGANIC AND ORGANIC AUTHORS OF VOLUAtE 4 COmPOUNIDS EU r. Edited by I. M. KOLTHOFF., PHILIP J. ELVING PART II CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--ORi;ANIC/CIiE:!ISi;cY, I:iGi^.GA::LC--Ai3.ALYSTS/ --- CHEMISTRY,.ORG.WIC--PXIALYTIC/ INOP.G!1yIC COMT'OL•r:CS/ a 9bb : - ~ , ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY• .. . ,. . Tl~.EAiISE 'ON ~ _ 8I fio - . . . ERNST DOLTER 0. H. iARRAH NATHA.F.L HERE .. 14 L. uo98 - SECTION A, Systematic Analytical Chemistry of the Elements I VOLUME 4;: x;IALV;I3INU!~~< ~;,C I CIUNf •i-COLD INTERSCIENCE PUBLISHERS, a division of;_._+. Johrt_Wiley b Soqs; New.York-London-Sydney' EDWIN P. PRZYDYLOWiCZ JACOD SEDLF31'. - RAR[. IL TUREXIAN CARL W. EUI,ULKE vRADON-RADIUhi~ •;,SILVGR !S'I`RONTI U~~:-BA RI U M .
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; QC 1F': Sttcoiituiin=30=-Soi1s:'` !50272 5389 y 776 l . Fowler, Eric B ed. P.ndiolctive fallout, soils,' plants, foo:ls, man, edited by Eric R. Fowler. Atnsterdatn. New York. Elscrier Pub. Co.. 1flG5. 817 p. illus. 23 cm. "University of California, Los Alnmos ficientiflc Laboratory (con- tract «'-740ir-TNG-3(1) Los Alantos, Kow rleaico." Includes bibliogrsiphles. 1. Radioactive fallout. 2. Radioactive contaminetion of food. 8. Soils, Radioactive substances in. r. U. S. ScientiGc Laboratory, Los Alumos, N. .ll. tt. Title. T1571.R3FGS ~ '~ 574.191 65-13896
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BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/.-pSYCHOLOGICAL TESTING/ 150272 5392 ~. Cat. No. 30150 .,: Chories J. Golden, Ph.D. , ' Dept. of Psychiatry r niversity of Nebraska Medical Cente r © Copyright 1978 All rights reserved. No port of this publication may be reproduced by any process whotso.ver '' without the written consent of the copyright: _;: owners. Published April, 1978 . Printed In U.S.A.!:~±. ..Z MCCUUM933m . : . . L STOELTING Co. 1350 S. Kostner Avenue Chicago, Illinois 60623 U.S.A (312) 522-4500 ~
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~' .~t.rCT1t~.Lt111'~`. i~.., . . :,v.].3.' P• Encyclopedia of chemical teclviology, edited by l.Zayn:on3 R. Kirk and Donald F. Otiuuer. Assistant editors: Janet D. Scott and Anthony Standen. New York, Interscienco En- cyclopedia t1947- v. illus. 27 cm. Includes bibliograpliles. Corre:exs.-v. 1. A to Anthrlmtdes.-v. 2. Authrone to carbon•rtr: -- v. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchophen.-v. 4. Ctueale to deatrose.-v. 5. Di- to esplosires.-v. 6. Esplosives (cont'd) to furfural.-v. 7. I'ur• naces to iolite.-v. 8. Ion eachange to mctnl Plnting.-v. 9. :tietnl sur- face treatment to pentclllin. v. 10. Yentacene to polymethine dyes.- v.11. Polyols to rutin. , 1. Chemistry, Techuical-Dictionaries. r. Kirk, Raymond Dlier, 18J0- ed. • TP9.E68 660.3 48-234 rev* Llbrary of Congress ir5•1ds1% 11
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Procrdures in experimentul physics, by John Strong ... in collaboration with I[. Victor Neher ... Albert. E'. i1'hitfurd ... 0. Hawley Carh.•ri~;lit ... and Roger 1layNN;ird ... illsis- tinted by Rogrer Haysard. New York, 1'rentice-I-Iall, inc., 1938. x, (H2 p. Illus., dingrs. 23} cm. (Prentlce-Hall physica series, H. U. Condon ... editorl Bibliographical foot-notes. 1.. Physics-Laboratory manuals. Y.• NeLer, Henry Victor, 1trPf- ir~iitle: 1'7xherimentai pbys!cs, 1'rocec~ure 1n. ~ fill u name: John Donovan Strmig. (ZC41.Sk 5,30.72 38-331 J4 Library of Congress (53z1l
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/ ~ 50272 5378 T:l- 1S OP bXS'LIiXPWrZON COS.F:CiRNTS I.t.D ;'TAGILZTY CdNS iANTS OF Cu'-LULLY.ES 0F Ki CKEL Ei?II3 URANIiT.1 t+ZTH QJfiDRIDur;Tt:F. SCt:IPF USES. PUX's+Tfti4CSA STUDXCS ON TdPa EXTRACrZO:I Or 2L~AL IO.1S. X1. , by Igzwcy StraAsL:i, ln3raoj Ziel.'.uski, E`lfua Samotus, Zofie Staeic'ks, and Bretislav Dudeaiaaky ZaitE cbs. Ana2. ChE:a. 22 (No. 1) 14-22 (1966)
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: QD 81 Ko 1.ARORATORI£Si CHEMICAL/ 1967 2 C. : ~ I'~EATIS E ON ANALYTICAL CHEAII~TRY : . Edited by I. \'I. IiOLTII0FFt Sciruo'c of Chemislry, Unu•ersity of lliiinesota PHILIP J. ELVI\G Dcpartment of Chemistry, Uvircrsity of .Vichigan. ; nd EMS1l!O3'R N.W*ft-j~- Shei1 Demlop»ient Company f. ; .\ 1 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/ INDUSTRIAL RESEARCH/ 1 50272 5393 RESEARCH, INDUSTRIAL/DATA--PROCESSING/AUxOMATION/ l PART III t OINALYTICAL CIiE.NIISTRY IN 7NDUSTRY SECTION A Analytical Chemistry In Industry VOLUME I 1NTERSCILhCE PUnLISIiEItS a dicision of John 1fiTcy & Soria, Ncta Yorh.-London-Sydney ,
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r W6t) V-E9''£Y ('a2znS) BzmM (•Sxx3--Oqyf ;o aasn2pawo DYZIretea aqy) •;::3a1S V pw TaPyoS 'a 'a Aq 'vu=i rLqnVxq S~Q r~ ttr~~ti'J~Se~a 2daollHon'IrI 210 N9311 " 'tHP'iaS •d '3
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l:ilsacki, Jaa 2'1'AM STUDIES ON 7CUS f.XTh&CTZ0?I OF :d1-79'Ai, IONS. VI. EXTRACTION OF SCHIFF f1ASE k1ETAL C1iEL?.TES Oy UR~.fIIUt4, IRON, COPPl;R, NICKGI., P.tiD SEPl,R'i rz011 OF UMNrUM P?OM RARii--F.P.RTtt EiRMI'siiTS, by .Fnu t•.i'.•.ulski and IEna..cy Strouski NuW.eonika 8 (No. 12) 827-832 (1963) ,
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s ..e..s....:~L:....:.ti.r..-~di...'....,..e-•~.,.......-~~-~.-+---•--.....-r~.~..~..:rv.......-.... ....+.....a .r..t.'-' irJ ~ T ecStro>ltium-;~,Taxicolegy;,:.v. 1 55 . T The Toxicology of radioactive substances. Edited by A. A. Letavet iandl E. B. Kurlyandskaya. Translation edited by Elizabeth Lloyd. New York, Pergamon Press,19G2- :: .=i ~- v. illus., diagre., tables. 25 cm. Translation Ot MaTepHdR61 n0 TOKCHKOlIOrNH pa,QHOaKTHDHbIX GC- !il(:CTS (transliterated: Materialy p0 toksikologit radioakttvnyich veshchestv) Jncludes bibliographies. NT ~T. -v. 1. .5 tront[ur Pslum, ri t enltim, adon. v~~1~Y. ~tA~ionctive co~ia~t, sod um, phosphorus ar.c ed A t A l L t ave ., . , . ogy, t. e 1. ItadioactivQ substnnces-ToYico u. I:urlf8ndskafl, I`. B., ed. RA1231.R21i333 612.01448 61-9783 ~ -' 110, Iiibrury of Congress .\
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. ...a~-..- _ - - •....... ~~r.1r.~i...r iWO The Toxicology of radioactive substances. Edited by A. A. r.etavet tand, E. 13. Kurlyandskaya. Translation edited by Elizabeth Lloyd. New York, Pergamon Press,19G2-( z, ~%v. illus., dtagre., tables. 25 cm. Tranelatton of MaTepHanw no ToxcHxonorsut paAHOaKTHBtfwK ee- iqeCTB (tranellterated; Materlaly po toksikologit radioakttvuykh veshchestv) Includes bibliographies. IC~~T v v. I"trontni , c e~+lum, r~ thentum, adon* gold~ ~a~3oacEIve coa~t, su~ium, p~iosphorus and 1. Itadtoactive suhstauce9-Toaicology. i. Letavet, A. A., ed. u. Kurlflndskafl, f7, Ii.; ed.
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t 50272 5398 `~ 986 j _ St ~ a C- ' Theory and hractice of vinyl compouridiiig, prepared bp Victor R. Struber. tlst ed., Brooklyn, Argus Chemical :. Corp. t1:1G81 65 itlus.' :3 cm, Bibliographical footnotes. 1. Vinyl coaipounds.' i. Argus Chemical Corp. it. Title. '1'P1180.V48S82. /1. 06S'.423G GS-1015i f rv
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50272 5394 t ) r QD- 81 Ko 1971 2 C. Lt-::_ . : TREATYSE - ON . ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY PART III _ ~ Fditca by I. Itt. I:OI.TIi0FF Dtpartuwtht of CI+eMUtry, Uwimnity of alinneaota, 1lfveneapo!•u, Jlinncaotu PllILIP J. EL%'I\(3 • DepartMtent of Chemutry, fJnitiatily of .UickiQax, Ann Arbor, .llicbipa,i .od QAcU Devsloprnsnt Corr. pany En.eryville, California \AiLMLJ~tiY f.hA1.l lLi.~'~(:Ji,LrCTt:U •:v'UKKS/AIK--F..~.~F.YSIS/ WATER--TREATMENT/POLLtiTIdN CONTROL/ MrLB.OYF:FIv"CAL NF•ALrN/ nDORS--MEASURFMENT/wATER--A,IALYSI s / . .ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY IN . "INDUSTRI' VOLUME 2 SECTION B J$d ustrial Tuairnfoggy and Environmcnta! Yo1lutQop and Its Control ~. H'ILrY-I,%-TERSCIENCE ". . .. ..._ .._. ., ~~: . ~.~ . . :i=' - . . ~. .
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V,.1 4t-eA -!50272 5380 REF QD 151 Sn 1973 liY DROGEN /IIELIUM /NEON /ARGON /KRYPTON /XENON / RADOT /LI THI UM / SODI Uht / POTASSIUiI/RUI3IDIUN/CESIUM/FRANCIU*i/STRONTIUPi/RARILTI/RADIUM/ ISERY LLIU; S/IdAGNES IUtd/CAI.CI U*t/BORON/ALUtII Nl3Pt/GALLI)JM/ INDI UM/ CARBOV/ TIiALLIi2i/SILICON/ GASES/:tETALS/ COri~PRr1-zi NSrvE INORGANIC CHEMISTR'Y Yolunie 1. H, Noblc Gases, Group IA. Group IIA, Group 1116. C and Si H He, Ne, Ar, Kr, Xc, Rn Li, Na; K, Rb, Cs, Fr Be, Mg, Ca, Sr, Ba, Ra B, Al, Ga, In, TI C,Si - t T111'1-'1 a7 7-7 \ Editorial Board: J.C. P.ailar,Jr., Urbana; N.J. Emeleus, Cambridge; Sir RonalC Nyholm, London; A.F. Trotman-Dickenson, Cardiff. Published by PERG&1-1ON PRESS /973 Exclusive Distributoro in the k'es~ern Hemisphere, CO*iPENDI:Qi PUBLISHERS
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•s PART III , . MECHANICAL TESTING/THERMAL ANALYSIS/POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION--AGING & OXIDATION_ ~ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--COLLECTED WORKS/CHEMICAL,ANALYTIC--STANDARDS/ I ~ vINTERNATIONAL'-STANDARD-SETTING ORGANIZATIONS IN EUROPE & U. S./ ~ CHEM ISTRY, ANALYTIC--STATISTICAL TECHNIQUE/QUALITY CONTROL, INDUSTRIAL/ ~ ~ QD TREATISE ON 1 \~ ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY ' 1 1976 * ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY IN DUSTRY ~T'OLUM$ 3 Edited by I. M. KOLTHOFF ~ 50272 5395 : Department of Chemistry, University of .tli, inesota, S 0 0 0 0 An Intersciences' Publication Minneapolis, Minnesota JOHN WILEY cf SONS 7PHILIP J. ENING &7tW Departnrent of Chemistry, Unicersity of
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CO"1PLETE ARTICLE AYAILABLE UPON REQUL•'ST Iran. Jour. Asoric. Res Vol. 2,No. 2, March 1974 I HE EFFECT OF HYDROGEN-I0N CONCENTRATION ~ '"..~ ON THE ANAT0IIY OF TOBACCO ~ ~ nd L A. P ra d t z M B h ooman , . eson . . r e ~ I I
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i.7g ccicncei by P, b:. Thorno an3 A. C. Y,alsbev. London, glSckiOS 1.;54 29p 23 cm. -0/ ImVStrou&`Fdixvention. Thorre, F. W. $9 Eng3r.bering units end the Stroud ccnvontions T for students of arpliec nac^nnics nnd en~;inec;r- . . ~ ~~
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1 Ref..::,Strontium;= System No:- 29 supplement QD 151 . • G t~;:c :1n, Le.•:~~r~l:;, .',7u~=:~~..;r: i.J~~luu:.lAJt1 c 0 on n. Jv 'w. r'~. ,;. . .~.~_...:.~ . \
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`50272 The gaseous products evolvdd after pyrolysis oi poly(vinyi chiuride) directly into a mass spectrometer have been reportecd by Bradt and 'Moblcr.' The qut~ntitizs of products obtained by this technique could not be detcr- ~ _ _ ..~ Ithss been established for some time that poly(vinyl chloride) deT ~' composes at elevated temperatures into hydrogen chloride and'a colored solid.residue. The structure of poly(l inyi chloride) has been determined by 3%Sarvel, Sample, and Rayt as a head-to-tail arrangement, and the ~. ~ ~. dchydrochlorinated product has been assumed2 to have a polyene structure :. that imparts the color to this residue. The mechanism of this decemposi- ' . tt .• tion reaction has, however, not yet been resolved. A catalytic effect , literature of acid-binding stabilizers, and denied by others.4 ~. has been ascribed to the HCl by some suthors,s especially in the patent 5370 ~-. • . -, INTRODUCTIO~ ~ . . ; SIDN'EI' STRAUS, and BERNARD G. ACHIIAMMI:R. Naltu:,a! F•rrrcau of S'aY ords, Washington, D. C. .. XX'reB9-73 . Thermal Decomposition of Poly(viuyl Cli.ioricle)°` S.P,. .~ } •. JOUnNAL OF POLY 1IER SCIENCE. YOL. XXXV, PAGES 3•~:-358 (I959) .
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n~~ .~ ~~ : ~~~SlTta vi 71 Svc-y~N I. 716T • » ra..-:..+2 . = ~~is_ ~!.~I:~yr~~. unurr-u -=i 50272 5405 i- .\
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Imperial Chemical Industries, ltd. Ana.lytical Chemists' Committee. The determination of toxic substlnces in air; a manual of I. C. I. practice. Edited by N. Strafford, C. R. N. Strouts, , NV. V. St.ubbings. Cambridge tl:ng.] Ilr,ffor (1956, =2(i p. titus. _ 23 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Atr-Analysis. r. StrafYord, Norman, ed. ir. Title. ni. Title: Toxic substances In air. 5G-3907 t
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QC r•Sttibiituim-90. 776 F Fa-g1er, Eric 3. (csd.) Eadsooctive Fallout, coi13s plr.nxss, fc~x~`s, a:ait, edited by Erfc B. Na-o1ex. P,n3terdaca, 1lew Yorki Elaevier Pub. Co., 1965. 317 p. illua. 23 cm. "Uaiveraity of Ca1!!'ornia, Lois R!»~aa Seieatific T,aborgtory (Ceatr4ct W«74C5-:: G- 36) Loa A1snws, 2Lew Zsexica."
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(50272 5386 : 72 VI Re-76 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. ; S.P. Marinov, M.; Apostoiov, D.; Mikhailov, M. I. ~ *(no affil.)* ••- DETERMINATION OF.TRACE ELEMENTS IN TOBACCO BY NEUTRON ACTIVATION ANALYSI: ~ II. DETERMINATION OF BROMINE, LANTHANUH RUBIDIUM, CHROMIUM, STRONTIUM, CESIUMv ~ SCANDIUM, ZINC, COBALT'AND IRON. ~""p `V ~ ~ .. . constituent; cured arsenic , , _. lanthanum, cured, constituent; barium, cured, constituent; : rubidium, cured, constituent;. • mercury, cured, constituent; Khim. Ind. (Soffa) 47 (No...4) 149-153 (1975)(in Bulgarian with *Keywordss* bromine, cured, constituent; ; : chromiu,m, cured, constituent; - strontium, cured, constituent; cesium, cured, constituent; - .: scandium, cured, copstituent; "" English abstract)
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, • - ~ REGIONA,L/ - TECHNICAL C 'FERENCE w . and EXtrusion . syU : .IUNE:.11-12, 1975 COLONIAL HILTON INN % Iti'AKEFIELD; AfASS SOCIETY OF PLA~TICS ENGINEERS, INC. ~PlIC~~6'~I O.'~. m wnOOIl6f'1 .L Ii r'r
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f50272 5376 Kunstst- er Plast. _ ), p..1`C'. Organ deutscher Kunststoff-FachverbAnde 71. Jahrgang, 1981, Heft 5, Seite 265 - 340 Carl Hanser Verlag Munchen Schriitleftung: Dr. rer. nat. Wolfgang Glenz, Darmstadt Dr: Ing. Werner Hoffmanns, Darmstadt Starker Tobak _ ~. Editorial ' . , i Vor dem Hintergrund der gegenwartigen wirtschaftlichen Und wie vertrggt sich die Mannheimer Aussage mit dem Situation war auf der kiirzlich in Mannheim abgehaltenen Fach- kriiftigen Ausbau werkseigener Verarbeitungsbetriebe bei tagung, auf der die Grenzen der Kunststoffanwendung im Pkw- einigen fiihrenden Pkw-Produzenten? Bau in den achtziger Jahren abgesteckt werden soDten, mit ~ Wir zitieren weiter: ,,. . . die Fertigungsverfahren und deren Hochstimmung nicht zu rechnen. Erwartet wurde aber, speziell Automation (sind) noch nicht so ausgereift, daB man auch von seiten der Kunststoffindustrie, diese Grenze deutlich zu i kostenmaBig konkurrenzCahig werden konnte". Abgeseher machen sowie die Entwicklung einer gemeinsamen Zielsetzung davon, daB kein technisches Verfahren so vollkommen ist, daB und Strategie, die beiden Wirtschaftspartnern, Automobil- es nicht doch noch fortentwickelt werden kann, muBte man industrie und Kunststoffwirtschaft, die Chance befriedigen-; ` angesichts dieser zitierten These eigentlich die sicher nicht der Ergebnisje fdies~e'm J~ eh~t e~rOffnej: deg Auphey §qfir intelligente Vermutung guBern, die Autoindustrie habe atellern die ~~ hke mi ~It~1de Kun~~tstoKe da~ Pro; b7sher die neuen Werkstoffe verwendet, obwohl sie gar nicht blem der Gewichtseinsparung und wirtschaftlicheren Fertigung wettbewerbsfahig waren. Das, und manches mehr, verleitet zu erfolgreich voranzutreiben, der zuliefernden Kunststoffin- -der boshaften Frage, ob ein modernes Auto ohne Kunststoffe \ ~
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.o REGION 27 2 5 4 TECHNICAL P APERS COLONIAL HILTOx INN : WAKEFIELD, mASS SOCIETY OF PLA~TICS ENGINEERS, INC. TECHNICAL.CPCFERENCE : JIJNEII-12, 1975 ,
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• I25399 5072 . ------------ Behavioral Toxicology, IX Re -77 S.Y. 2 -. - ~.- :•., . pp. 306; 326-27, edited by Charles Xintaras, : / - Barry L:'Johnson; FIELD EVALUATION OF CARBON MONO::IDE Ido de Groor~--- , EYPQSi:J TOLL CUi.LEXCTO..S ~ Bttrry L. JolunsoT,, Ph.D.,1l. [Iarvcy "Cohen, Ph.D., James V. Setzcr, W. Ken A n„er, ruce D. Gulni'c, 11.D., ThomAs ii1Xonouah, Yatrick i.auser INTIiODUCTiUN 'The efiects of carbon monoxide (C,O) on behavio~al performance have been sumrnariaed in two reviews by the U.S. Public Health Servicc'•' and, more recently, further elaboratedby Grancl,ta(i'. A review of these and other related articles inclicates that few studies have been conducted concerning the etTecl.S of CO on the behavioral performance capacities of worker populations found in a nnn•labora= tory setting. Indeed, most. of thq CO behavioral toxicology e;turlic•a have utiliced college students with the studiew being conducted within university laboratories. #I'he question of whether or not the findiUs from such laboratory studies can he replicated in worker ~J }Qpu(dtioaijOnctLal 7ndultriafisctlings has not been answered. - y : r -7~el~~ ~ ~ ~ . I \
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~.502?2 5400 . .. .... ., / ~ .. SOLUBLE ADENYLATE CYCLASE AND C.VANYLATE CYCLASE ' IN BOVINE ADRENAL CORTE?4PACTIVATION BY SODIUM NITROPRUSS.IDE AND NITROSAMINES4-.INHTjiIT_ ION HY' ' PHOSPIIOLIPASE-A AND FREE FATTY ACIDS and I. Closamanrr. - ~~ • " o le (100.OOOxg supernatant) adenylate and guany ate cyclase (sAC, sCC) in bovine adrenal cortex are activated by sodium nitroprusside (SNP) and cancerogens like N-methyl-N-nitro-N-nitroso- guanidin (MNNG). Both en;ymatic activities re- side on proteins with similar hydrodynamic pro- perties (S2 w-values and Stokes' radii). ` A dramatic Qdcrease of cGMP levels upon treatment with SNP or NNNG is observed with intact bovine adrenal cells suggesting that activation of sGC by cancerogons and SNP may occur in vivo.::...' In the presence of unsaturated fatt- y a-Ms (uFA)'^~ the activation of the cyclases by SNP and ltNNG. Phospholipase A (snake venom).treatment of the crude•enzyme preparation leads to an abolishment of the SNP activation of sAC,_. It is proposed that the cycfases contain a hydro- phobic regulatory site where"hydrophobic ligands (e.g. uFA) are bound. tVe discriminate three func- tional s$ltes of the cyclases: A basil state l11 where Mn is cofactor and CTP is sub_strite c m.o- genous ligands miy t~e bound), a hinh acti. vity *' ; is cofactor -for AT1' and !in state 2) where rtn or Mg or CTP, avl an intrrr:cdiate activity state (3) where Hn is cuUlctur tur (;TP. Transitions, observed arr: (1)-•(2) (SNP, Mt:NC), (1) -(3) (detcrq., uFA), (:)-•(l) (.Ietrrq.,uFA). Pharmakologisches Institttt der JLU Giessen Frankfurter Strasse 107, D-G100 Lahn-Cicssen I and SNP the supernatant looses the ability to eonvert ATP into cAMp SNP CC i ti l t d l ~! . mu s or( a e s y a partially inhibited; in the absence of SNP uFA' . activate sGC. Saturated FA have.no-effect. Non- lonic detergents and Lysolecithin interfere with. \
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.Y.__ J~._...._ ~ ~-... STRRTURE--DETERMINATION-.-ORGANIC-CHEMISTRY/ I SPECTRUM ANALYSIS / STUDIES IN AN LYTICAL CHEMI TRY I E. Pungor 2s"eries editor) ITIM KITOPRIfIV Vx7TA Mf~5 MROI3.ND~' _ ° Pic~Mettlods.rt ~ J. T. CLERC E. PRETSCH J. SEIBL Ameedam-O.fad-New Yat 19l1 ar*r IFk/d Mnrar y r,rb.t.p ziwa, r.ap.w VIER SCIENTIFIC PUBUSHING COMPANY i =='I- -- ' \
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TOBACCO--LIpIDS/TOBACCO--LEAVES--PHYSICAL CHEMICAL STRUCTURE/. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Chi ,(Univ. Az., Dep. Int. Med., Tucson, Az.; Ill. Natural History Survey, Chang, S. Y.; Grunwald, C. Bot. Plant Pathol.,. Urbana, Ill., U. S.) = ~ ~ ' 'f " Bot. Gaz. 141, N The cuticle of Nicotiana tabacum L. 'Burley' leaves contains (1980) WM *Keywords:* 4,8,13-duvatriene-l,2-diol, non-leaf, constituent. 4813-dri-l2-dil di I v t i l t S i f h , , u a ene , o , a cann ng e ectron m t erpenee e croscopy o t F ` ' ~ leaf surface showed globules which were removed with a 10-s wash in either methanol or n-hexane. Chemical analysis of the alcohol and hexane washes suggests that the surface globules-are composed of duvatrienediol. More extensive washing of the leaf surface with n-hexane revealed polar lipid po~ar lipid aggregates could be ~'aggregates embedded in nonpolar wax.` Th ~ removed ~th ~1(~ N ~'hoY ~(~/ a~ w~e ~ai~y buv r#lnediol. The duvatrienediol 7f ~ ..i. i r . . - .~ ,. .!! ... ~ ~1/ .. , r f ~ di . . ~..~ . ~ .. ..... . . • 1 \ \
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TASTE--TESTING/ Oev. Food Sci. 1979, 2 (Proc. Int. Congr. Food Sci. Technology, 5th 1918)360 6 . R. S. Sballenber era g Duriag the past decade there have been remarkable developments ia our knowledge•of the interrelation between structure and taste activity. Many of the taste-activity relationshi tb ps at bave evld ove are centered about the unidimensional AH,B theory ot sweet taste introduced by my. self and T. E. Acree') in 1967 and expanded by Kier2) in 1972 to include a third component.'; .; . : The third component now seems to be n or whenever AH,B needs to be "a ti " ~ o e c vated th ie: bd ayrophobicat ~ actioa'). It is ~ot; however, prerequisite for sweet taste wbere as tb A ~ ti it i e HB n pre a requit ,sie. Perhaps the most general a h pproac to the rlti b eaonetween structure and taste quality is to consider the structural dimensions required otcom_ pounds needed to elicit the sensation. These are summarized in Table 1. The sour taste is pnmanI a f unct~on of tb hd i evroaea .a on. Any substance ._. - ~t.-. ,.i . \
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1 50272 5410 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Col 76 s.p. ~ Forrest G.• Vilcins G•• Lephardt J 0 . ~ . . Spectrochim. Acta 32A, 511-18 (1976) (in English) { . , . . . . (Phi1i2.,:~U4s,. Res. Cent., Richmond, Va., U. S.) *Note affiliation* RhWgA,RACTERIZ,KftbWON+CYCLOPROP,YItkR:YBIaYL'CRff1i0Nft" $Y-`!: R--.r&D"
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I 50272 5416 ~ Crq% .~ICt.f Ariw.uf.t Vol. 2i. rp 119 121 hrgamon Prea 1975. hintsJ in Gral Wiuin 7J-/l/ ~~ J. L. AIILRlCHS,' C. SERNA and I M. SERRATOSA Consejo Superior de Investigationes Cientificas, Madrid. Spain (Rcceinrd 18 March 1974) Abstract-Thrce sepiolite clays studied showed evidence for the presence of structural hydroxyl groups in three to five different environments depending on the composition of the clay. A 3720 cm'' i.r. frequency is shown to be characteristic of SiOFl at crystal edges which are very abundant in sepiolites. This band has not b-Len seen by most workers because the Nu;ol, fluorolube or KBr used in sample preparation perturb it su8iciently to obscure it under other OH stretching bands: The 3680 em'' band is confirmed as being from the (Mg)30H and evidence of a very small band near 3640 em"' is suggested to arise from limited ltrioctahedrai substitution. Thc very crystalline Ampandrandava sepiolite shows only the above three bands. The intermediately crystalline Vallecas shows a 3620 cm'' band in addition which is characteristic of dioctahedral systems and is due to either sotne vacancy sites or to the presence of'attapulgite. This dioctahedral band is greater in the less crystalline Salinellcs sepiolite; in addition, it has a smaller 3585 cm"' band. Irig-Al-vacancy and Mg-Fe"'-vacancy are suggested as the source of the 3620 cm"' and 3585 cm'' bands. , ,
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COLLAGEN/ELASTIN/PROTEOGLYCANS/CONNECTIVE TISSUE/ 50272 Sq12 1 Dixie W. Frederiksen 7., AETMENi OF EIOC~NEMISTRY DEFAlTMENTOF EIpCNEM14rEY" ~ VANDEO/ILi UNIVERSITY NAfNV0.Ld, TENNE3Sp , . NASNVILLE, TENNESdEE : .-~, VANDEIIIiLT UNIVEWIY ' ' . .',7PtlT+r. • ACADEMIC pItESS A SrbilAlo~ ol Na"rr Bract lovaeovk/Y. PYb/lllurs York London -Yo San Franc co SAO Paulo Sydney Tokyo 1982 Toronto
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. . -.•s.G:i.:...~..i.:E-:.sa.~.ah :.~.a-' ~:,~.~.i....~.... -..s....-.~.E...;._..-~.~---..._.~,...~., t ..._...... .=.a..rtc• ~a 'Fi 370 p. lllus. 22 cm. Includes blbliography. •• I _ -r:',> 1. Proteins. L Title. QD431.S74 Library of Congress ''547.92 547.8 54-12736 1 ,.. ~PCsteiti;i:w qp • . Springall, H D 431 The structural chemistry of proteins. New York, Aca- g - . , demic Press, 1954.
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Gaspar Cainpos 841, Vicente Lbpez FAGB~f. Argentina 7G~ ~7 ^ 25(2): 143-150, IX-1968 Phyton(Buenos Aires)25 2)143-150(>1968) .. _ - . . f . , . .. _ -- ; The effects of inadequate supplies of magnesium, calcium, ; and boron on foliar symptoms and leaf anatomy of geranium = AssrwAcr.-Nutrient experiments were eonducted to 'f' d 1' f~ C d h I ff ects o ina equate supp tes o ~ g, a an e e determine t B on the external symptoms and anatomical abnormalities of blades and •petioles of geranium. Without Mg blades were ehlorotic, the margins were brittle and dry, and lesions were . formed over the entire surface. In *ome areas the mes9phyll cells hypertrophied resulting in crushing of surrounding cells; ehloroplasts frequently disintegrated. Cell walls in the pe- tiole were thinner than in normal plants; outer phloem cells hypertrophied and divided and somf parenchyma cells were elongated tangentially. Plants grown without Ca grew slower than minus Mg plants: Symptoms appeared first on the ter- minal part of the plant: the blades eventually became chloro- tic and"the margins frequently curled ttnder. There was veinn dearin~, small lesions and brc~ken..areas, in._the._ ticsue._ .The .. 0' .'0 f1. a:. 1 7 1 b. ...q , 4~. !f ~ :.
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1 50272 5413 . 1232 - I . W. /}encke und A. Klrnier. 1975 „ Litbigs Ann. Chcm. 1975. 1232-1235 - .-. , ' No(iz ubcr die Idcnlifizicrung und Strukturaui'Iaiirung cinibcr Amadorivcrbindungcnl) durcfi .13C-NN1R-SPctcfroskopie 1•Venrer Funcke und Alnruflr IClcmer*t Orgnnisch-Chemischcs Institut dcr Univcrsit3t, D-4400 MUnster, Orlcans-Ring 23 Eingegangcn am 8. April 1975 Die t3C-NMR-Spektrcn der Glycosylaminc [-4, dcr Amadoriverbindungelt 5-12 und dcr isomcren D-Fructosen 13-15 werden beschriebcn. Note on the 190Jicatfon and Sfr cturat Ctucidation of Sonic ArnadorCom~tl . br uC-I~t2~SPS~sco t The t?C-NMR spec(ra of the glycosylamincs 1-4, the Amadori compounds 5-12, and the Isomers of D-fructose 13-1S are described. KOrzlich beschrieben wir2) die Synthese von 1-Desoxy-[-(x-D-glucosamino)-D- fructoruranurons8ure (l2 . Nt ht nur bei dieser sondern auch bei zahlreichen anderen , 0_ 0___OAnprtnrl'1rrhPnn}nn --'---- ...~: ._.... .._ ~_...
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~50272 541q , Ut~liz~~g St~a~ctural;-- Pr eedings of the S.P.I. • Thiid ,-tructural Foam Conference~ Sponso ed by Structural Foam Group: Fairmont Hotel !. 1 Cellular Plastics Division -- ~ ~ San Francisco, California y The ociety of the Plastics Idt I 15 nusry,ne.~ April 2; 3, 4, 197 ~• :' ;`. TECHNOMIC®~aKa~~, ~ 'hECHNOMIC Publishing Co., Inc. ! Obr io 5t ie 5t west ori Conn rsc~ I y~~ ~. p . ., , 7 ~' 1 . e ~ ,
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,.,. ~.;,.. ; : 50272 5409 .~.~Dr.. Percival, E '--- G, -., . , ,_v. : ,•...,... ,.,, T . i 321 Structural carbohydrate cheiriistry. London, F. Muller p , • ~1950~ > > v11i, 246 p. 22 cm. IIibltograpblcalfootnotes. QD321.P38 1950 ~ 547.3 Library of Congress ~~~ 151A l I
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50272 5422 TA 401 Am ~1~~'; ;~7LF..'t'~4;117 PRFSSU1tE VESSft PLATE,•- STI;EL •TI1:t 3;` Br 4RIltG STF.ET:; STT;ET: ~t ~Gr~x,F%R-RQtlS4:VIW..E4. METAL; ,F,ERR?U-ALT.OYS.,,,._ American Society for Testing Materials Book of A.S.T.M. standards including tentatives. .*/
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\ \ KSi,:)=Ly..~tt;r! SI"~.Z9 ~L~ r• v'~ - 0951 ~~~~~ ^'~ h.~..~..~h • n ~ ~ llCi ~!' ... .~ :...+.1~ r'vN`} a~ •lJ..Ms~ Ir•o*o ~~;c;, ~ ~c~ ~.~:r„~ •tj uLt,~ J; ~=~n~ $I~~r •~ •~ u~{oi ,u,,,Q~S
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1. Tiicrochemistry.' 2. Chemistry, Analytic. i. Tltle. Q11221.S3 ' r -) 578 G3-S197 I Library of Congress 1151 Schaeffer, Harold F 1lficroscopy for c)icmists, New York, Van 'Nostrand t119331 204 p. Illus. 24 cm, }
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IIibliography : p.12(h141. , 1. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. 2. Cbemistr;, Organic. 8. Alcaloids. x. Title. (Series) ~a{ t,,1D478.ItG5. 55-14567 ....~~_...--r _ 50272 5418 ~ . , `. .. . ~~jjW6X$1~~~ f r6d 6 e ts; QD 1886J ° ~ ~ ~ Robinson, ,S'ir Robert, The structural relations of natural products. Oxford, 421. . Clarendon Press,1955. ~ R zl, 150 p. 23 cm: (Welzmann memorial lectures, 1, 19a3) 411
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III MeA 90"TW'9'OM ~~I5C9SI-VI' 3Z'!)UIZ;Sr :lW-'C0KTt% G,- CLP.: Sheets, George H. 5T.P,U>r'TUItAI. •VISCOSITY STUDI>r:S OP COATIi1G CLA.Y CC;': ~'OSITIQN S Vsger 'i'raae Jour.lx6 (No. 3) 22-30 (.Ia::.21, 7.543) a
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.`:'M..LS a;1«. !:^ • 3'i^al.nl 3,II'd'Jiki.d3Ctl s.Y S38'M A0 3`JSIFT3'tdA If~TFI getrs7n ...7r." •~~.v....r... r~.+n rw.-... Y..V Vw.AV MVM• MUU/.SwL LSIjU . 4.J+4 A jr..4i ~ rI0 aMi13 y: 5r.h'Zi"Ill 03=10,b O:ISddOx d0 113T=7'4d BHJ. G,b S3SriC3SAU 'IVSI1"PI&iMS 'sr 605 O8xo-a0 • fuzar.y. ' IV 1'~=~i .1 .:ii?du=t1~'':k'I;•w>.iesrHFt~t~r"rOLGT) AV Iih
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:.. R Q ~ H St d 4 1 1 t t on. j ruc a. v_r . erw na ~..,._.. . .., .... ,~ McCrone, Walter C Fusion methods in chemical microscopy. terscience Publishers i19571 307 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliographies. New York, In- -.
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,3 - i [50212 5435 a~ Structure--De,tertnination--Inorganic- Chemistry. QD 4..,._~~..._~..._...... _.._,.:.., . ._ _ , 151 Bell, Colin Frank. B Modern approach to inorganic chemistry; a textbook for higher national certificate and general degree students iLy, C. F. Bell and K. A. K. Lott. London, Butterworths, 19G3. :i, 29z p. luus. 26 cm. Includes bihliographical references. 1. Chemfstry, Inorgantc. r. Lott, Kenneth Alan Keeler, ioint author. ii. Title. \
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50272 5429 . / - P-P'P72 XII Do HL}:T CLL~S *;f1 .. " .. _ T:J : De:elic, ?4.; ~iko1izt; R. ~ ~. ~ °. ~_ ..:..... ; ~ (L`fliVCr3It} Sara jevo, Inst. Cho~., Sr.r..jeto, Yl!I;c ;1aVirt) i0:: OF ST: !'CTC; r OF 5I:''-' Sr LTS OF AND \-:•fr"_Ttt1LPY*:'r:1LIDT::F 0:: Ti3S BASIS OF THEIR J;a;:'`.L'+-:?FD SI'i:Ci',".A. Si ectrocni.:. Acta 23A (':o. 4) 11 .4:'-53 (1967) (in EnFlish)
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~ f.,~.o ..Xa~d . A. i1('7) 1s~ss _s 9~~ 97~~ 7s't i 1~,0 f975 M 7 ~~~ ~ ~~c ~-% ,., . . 13bICOxollioJlCICYJIfIPIIbIE .. Tou (A) XYIi C 0BA II II E II li fI ~~y ynlt s1t.~:~s~, !5ssi ~d ' LIt J Ii3DiCIIIIII:IIAR10JIIfI CTPYICTYPbI I' IAPAT~E:IJII0JI03IIhIX I30JIOIiOI 13 IIPOLlE CCL IIIII'OJIII3A ..p Obtot/o/s~~J yw L. .t S'/4~slrel- e F al. II. Il'. 06~ooo.2LC9alRp Z. II. C::yqr.ep, JI. B, . Yl)tcacxuic, 3. I0. Yepciici.uii C QOMOIq610 j(Rlj,pasqmr penTrenoauX Jiy,leit noA alanumnr lt 6om.tznlt,ta yrJraHti 1t3y4Cr1O DJtlrAnrlo rICJCOJ(t10r0 COCTOJrilllJt DOJIOICon rrijlpaTlteJIJr10T03Gi na d3Mertcmro Co nanaroncr.yanpt~oir crpysT3-1n.r apu nnponn3c. Ilonaaauo, 'tro A11H nOlOr:OU Pa3nldX uMJ(Ina[ COCrOnunil na na91nr.noii cra,qlnt nnpOa " uat:ouMyMe 1COTOpOro C ync:ruecItue>t Te.Slrlcparypu npn mlpoanao or -300 JIR38 DOn87nCTC1t MCpitAtrollaJltdtl.rl[ maAOyr7nnoli peihactcc, illlrc/lcunirocT6 B Ao -340' pacrer, a 3are,c na;t.ier no nyr,n nplr 355*. Ananu3 aroro nuJrenun nOKa31A, MTO yneau9cnno n11TenCntilrOCTlt pCtj,acl:ca Ao ^-335i oGyc:lonacno T01tbKO Pten6rIICQIrOM DAOTI10CTn MC~Kr~(1rlCTa.lJrnTlrbrl al,rOp(jltlllx yqaCTi(oB ECACJ(CTBAA IrX 06u'Opannrt - oCTa7l.nLro . OapCNtorpId )13j1'dOJi('KVJrnnnou ,
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CHEMISTRY, ANN.YTIC/ ETEUCTURE ; -DETERtSINATION/ . . , Voi-inal Analytical Methods . ~ , . Pa't" : Purification, Wet Processes A Critical Survey of Proven Methods , and Their Application In Chc.nisery. , Natural Science, and Medicine AcademIc Press New York • San Francisco • Londoh 1974. . ~ 7 0 Determination.of Structure ' Lsdi.h WNwId Adrbor L.cnda lUtttt - ~~
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j 50272 5426 ~~t>~u~t~ire•,.determinatiosr~, l liandelcorn, Lyon. ee1. \on-titoichiunieth•ic conthouu:h. \rw York. .1cu+l+'lttic; 1'rc,x, 1 StM. , . . - xi1, ti?a 1:. 111na., tuhlt,t. 24 cm. inrln+lrs btblk.;1ra11,h1M. 1. (Y+ruelsh-y, 1'hy,:Icnl +uiQ th+r,i~tic:+l-.~ddrers~e~, emcNy,:, lecl+n•es. 1. Title. - QI)4:ia.N[4 1964 6.°,-1Gf1(ik rev \ ' V_. trgm.ry ~ ..--.~. .~..,......~ '
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Asrlc. lJiol. Chem., 42 (4), 861 - 864, 1978 Takashi MATsuntoTO, Daisuke YOSHIDA, Shigenobu MIZUSAKI, Hideo ToHtTA and Koichi KostttKtzu= Central Research Institnte, Tlie Japan Tobacco and Salt Public Corporation, 6-2, Umegaoka, Midoriku, Yokohama, Kanagawa 227, Japan 'Department of Food Science and Technology, Faculty of Agriculture. ' Kyoto University, Kyoto 606, Japan , Received November 28. 1977 The mutagenic activities of quinoline, isoquinoline, phenanthridine, benzo(f)quinoline, benzo(h)quinoGne and their a-amino derivatives were compared in relation to the effect of structural changes using the Salmonella typhimurium test system. All mutagenic compounds tested require the liver microsomal fraction for their muta; ^nic activity. Phenanthridine, two bettzoquinolincs and quinoline were Ittutagenic. a-Amiaation of two benzoquinolines u and quinollne resulted to increase their mutagenic activity intensivelv. Addition of a benzene . 7'' ring to the benzene moiety of 2-aminoquinoline, so that two carbon atoms are shared, affected distinctly the Increase in the mutagenic activity. The co-existence of bcnzoquinoline series with 2-aminobenzo(f)quinoline showed the clear synergistic action. y ~.<t : x N.+'i a.' ~'-~ s/
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ix, 172 p. lllus. 24 cm. Bibliographical footnotes. 1. Cbemistry, Organl'c. 2. Absorptlon spectra. . QD47G.P48 1964 ~ 647.346 Library of Congress `~ 17-11 .t 's+ns-- 77'-; =Structure.-,-Determination--Absorption Spectra - 457 Phillips, John Perrow, 1925- Spectra-structure correlation, by John P. Phillips. New p York, Academic Press,1964. I. Title. 64-20397
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i50272 5444 t:StruCt~i~--cteterminuti.on~.Or~snic. chcmi~try._ Hamm, Oliver, 1888- Qualitative Qualitative orgnnic analysis; an elementary course in the' identification of organic compounds, by Oliver Kamm ... 2d ed. New York, J. Wiley & sons, inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, limited,1932. 1z, 811 p. Ulus., tables (1 fold.) diagre. 231 em. Folded table rnoun~ed on end ltning-pnper.
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J ~.c~lrg~tr~a chemistry. tn.tio j Qu v_=teueti+rwd.t.,% l ~r /'`,i Co. 11947, e.-l< las~ xlv, 4t)3 p. lllus., tables. 25 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Chemistry-,, Annlytlc-Qualltatice. 2 Chemistry, Or;anic. 3. Chemistry-Tahles, etc. i. Entrikln, John Bennett, 130`J- joint author. ii. Title. \ y ~ Cheronis, Nicholas Dimitrius, 1SJG- Setuimicro qualitative organic an2lysis ibyl Nicholas D. Cheronis ond John B. Entrikin. New York, 't'. Y. Crowell _
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~',: Stiucture:.deteraiination--Orgsnic e r,(jir frY,. v. ; Fortscbritte der Chemie organischer lvntursto;l'o. 1'j:o,-recs in the cliemislry of or~anic natural hroclucts. Progris dans la chimid des substances orbtuuqucs naturelles. Bd. Wien, Springer-Verlag letc.j 1938- rt° -I si • v. iltus. 24 cm. Foimded and for soine years edited by L. Zecbweister. L Chemistry, Orgauio--Pertod. x. 7.echmeister, Lrtszi6, 7889- ed. Minnesota. Univ. yabr for Library of Congress \,• t54r5tq2jt \ A. C 39-1015"
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F'drster, Theodor, 1910- Fluoreszenz orga.nischer Verbindungen. GSttingc.n, Van.- denhoeck & Ruprecht, 1951. 812 p. lilua. 25 cm. Bibliography: p. 12821-808. 1. Fluorescence. 2. Chemtatry, Organic. r. Titlo. QC477.F6 51-25915 •' Library of Congrm ~!~
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50272 5439 STRUCTURE-=DETERMINATION--ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/ SPECTRUM ANALYSIS/ . CTittNFC TN ANA1 VTiCAI_ CHEMISTRY I QQ E. Pungor (series editor) 261 : STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS ~ 981 : OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS by Combined Application of Spectroscopic Methods , J. T. CLERC . E.PRETSCH J. SEIBL ' - s.ir Nitir Awrw dv A.*.IW VIER SCIENTIFIC PUBUSHING COMPANY ` Aarterdam-Osfpd-Akw York 19s1 ,
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~,S~t'u~ctuTC~-u©ter;an4tiurr-Gr~anic.chem•ts•~ry. V . .. _. _.~.._~._. ... . . ... . Bauer, Karl Hugo, 1874-19,14. Die organische Analyse. 2. ersunzte und erweiterte Aufl•, bearb. von IIeint•ich Moll. Leipzig, Geest & Portib, 1950. stz, COJ p. Illus. 24 cm. 2iibllographtcal footnotes. 1. Chendstry, Aualyrtic• 2. Chenitstry, Organlc• QD271.I33 1950 543.8 }~..~..~-
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Nyburg, S C . X-ray analysis of organic structures. New 1 ork, Aca- demic Press, 1901. ` 434 p. tllns. 24 cm. (Orgautc and biological chemistry; a series of mouogrlphs, 4) Includes bfbitograpley.
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.__._..,.- _..._, _ ~: Structure-deteru.in~tion--inorbanic . cc~~,~isix;;,.a ` 0 Hibben, James Herbert, 189G-- 454 The Raman effect and its chemical applications, by James x , I3.1-libben ... with a tUeoretical discussion by Jnmes II. Tlib- ben and Edward Teller ... New York, Reinhold pnblishinti corporntion,1939. 644 p. incl. lllus., tables, dfagrs. 23j cm. (Americnn chemical so- ciety. Monograph series. Ino. 801) Bibltoeraphy: p. 4G9-,502; "Supplementary btblioeraphy": p. 503- 507. I.rItaman etYectL r. Teller, I:dward, 1903- joint author. ~' . 5 35.84 39-21610
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.+. -ai.'.L.~E .. :4 .~~.1u4,LU~'e--citia~rsi;,r;~tz~ttua--orbe~ic cac..cz. it;(. Hopkin and Williams, ltd., London.. Organic reagents for organic analysis. Brook]yn, N. Y., Chemical Pub. Co., 1950. 263 p. lllus., tables. 22 cm. Includes bibliographies. 1. Chemical tests and reagents. 2. Chemistry, Organic. r. Tltle. [QD77.1-1 513.8 Michigan. ' IIntv. Llbr.`-` y for Library of Congress 153k5l 1151--01G
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L50272 5407 .,.. .. . , , . t -: :,: . ~a - - .. .. •. ....-. XX MeC?-78 P. s . . . Ul ll ' t kl dl SiiR(i u ' C J l I ru run :o bcsxr C s t)rc c agc t ltlli C cs SC iS:; p;tttt SttcchrcJ zt.r m -. .;;c .>; ~•ao., un~~. K•cnn lxstimmtc ihrcr O11-Ciruppcn. die 1)ic tiuchc n:tch kaloricnarmcn Sut(auflcn auf Siirikraft-zu ..•crccncn" und atuch Vcr- dct. ,.13" des (ilut.nhhors daracllcn. durch tI/, die den nidtrcnttcn und uuch umtt allgcntcincrunt:cn ulxr Struk(ur/Cic- • den hcsscrcn I I-Iiriirkcn-Aknptor C) cr- von drr Luxu.gLwclLclcdt mit uncr- achmack.•r.u.:unnu•nhitngc zu tnachcn (2j:' sctzt sind 171. t)alki nird gIcichrciti~ die uun%chtcn liigcnsch:tften txlcg.tcn altlur- liin AntikCirlkr gi:grn d:ts 1'll:uvcnprotcin l.ipophilic des Gc.amunoick(ils vcrst5rkt gehrachtcn Ruhrzuckrr cr.cvcn. ahcr krcu-rrcugicrt mit 'virlcn hckannten. nicht und somit die Vcrtcilung thj mischcu dcm gkichrcitig die von den glcichcn I.cutcn im mindcstcn struklun•crwandtcn SQtI- teid(ri.pn Milicu tutd dcm liruphilcn Ra cnggeknuhftcn MLtK•hcn dcr %uLts.ungs- Suha;tnrcn• 'und mar au..chliclllich mit zchtor zugunstcn des Ici:.tcren ccrschotxn. txtlingungcn p:u.irrcn sullcn. hcu zu ncuen salchcn. lm Fcsthha.cn-Radiuimmunaccty' Uic sidtcstcn Chlur-Saccharo.cn sind 4.1'. (:rkcnntniskn Fcfiihrt. 1)ic Siil(.tulTe auf vcrdr:uigcn diczc markicrtcs Th:tuatatin (,.(v'-Tctruchlorsucros.•:(IO(hnat suftcr als der 11a.is von AryL•nnincn (1)ulcin. 1-n- rrulwrtitmal ihrcr Sutikraft vum Antikor- .'Rohriuckcr) und I'.G.6'•Trichloraucrosc Pnvtx)xy-2-umino-4-mtruhcnrul) odcr Ixr. 1)icxc atnVcicichnc(e t}Ikrcinxtim- ,(2(H10ma1 suucr :ds Ruhrzuckcr) -< chloricrtcn l:ohlcnaas>crauf(cn (C'hloru- ' mung I:ittt Vcrmutrn, dati die hauhts5ch• •. form).ind wohl i'ihcrholt, und manchc Na- lichcautigcnc 1)ctcrnjinantc im 1•hautuatin 1. P:ukrr, K.1.: Nature 271. 493 (1978) turstollc aic Lakritr h:dx•ti iu xtarkcn Pc- cin kunfurm;ttivcs Strukturmcrkmid dt`x 2. I(ough. ('.A.At.. I:J%%:ud:on. J.A.: ibid bcnge+chmack. C')'clunt;tt. Sacchurin. Sul(-Rczcpttxs :ntf dCn %ungcnlr,ihillcn . =7/.;R1 (Iq7R) A.Ixtnam (y-t-Azr:ut)1 t. hhcn)I;tl;mrl• ~~icdcr~ihl,manakot1cuniCcin t cilbild fur ..)• Shallcnhcrgcr. It.S.. Acrcc. T.E.: ibid. 216. 4a0 ( I'lh71 t mcih)lcacr) und das au% dcnt IiiUriatoll dir nnttt•cndigcn (irurlxd und ihrc raum-. a Kicr Ltl J Pb:~nnSci 6) 1194 (1972) .,...... • der Gral~l'frullKhalC cc~cunncnc" inlcnsi~• lichc Lagc• crhult• dm sich ntit di.scnt 7u ;' (Aurh fur dic<;c.cluna.kK(ualitlt sidk n'~t~hc.IxriJin dihydrtxhalc(in sind hindcn. % tkji rc,L~iercJ ~dcli Suhstatticn ` Nic sic z.. die aus 1'cptiJcn unJ Aminn.:iu- nirht nxhr odrrOtxlgticl~(~ti~cr)[]td ~chi'rcn ~tch hir VftlurNlaltipcn Sarcba- ' renlcirht.Mmt:~ncnt.tncendcnl7ikctnritkr- ' dcr (iRAS-l.i.tc; dic natiinc~h.n• au. cnu- , ro:c•I)criv:uc. die auf Cirund - post ri- ;vinc Eclkn. uilJ cinc au. Wa<.rntotf- gcn:rltcncnafrikcmi.chcn 1'tiichtcn crlra• .tum". - d.r A11.11 \-II)•hoNhc.c von hrG.krn•I)~~n:u~~rrn und •Akic(anrrn in hicrtcn 1'ratcinc. Thaunrttin. \Ioncllin 11ctl1 •t I • rv• •-
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tRatciiemistry. f 4'C Hibben, James Herbert, 18JG- 454 The I:1man effect and its chemical applications, b,y James H H. IIibben ... with n theoretical discussion by James Ii. I3ib- ben and Edward Teller ... New York, Reinhold publishing corporation,1939. 544 p. lacl. 111us., tables, dlagrs. 23; cm. (American chemical so- clety. Monograph series. ino. 801) Bibliography: p. 4a6-50'r; "Supplementary bibliography": p. 503- 507. 1. Itainan effect. t. '!'eller, Edward, 1003- joint author. QC15I.HGl5 535.84 39--21GI0 • .-. i5°ql~ ! Library of Congress
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Middleton, Herbert. . Systematic qualitative organic analysis, by H. biiddlcton ... London, E. Arnold & co.119431 vlll, 280 p. Illus. 22~. "Second edition,1a93." 1. Chemistry, Analytlc-Qualltntice. 2. Chemistry, Organic. 44-9183 Library of Congress QD271.b17 1913 l2l 5f3.8;,
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~50272 5453 C Structure••deterrr.i.n&.tion--0rganic, chem.fstry. " Shriner, Ralph Lloyd, 1893-- The systematic identification of orft;.mic Compounds; a laboratory mnnual (by) Ralph L. Shriner inndj Reynold C. Fuson. 3d ed. New York,.T.1Ci1ey,1.J18. 5 C, t l i b S' ix, 370 p. filus. 22 cm. Includes bibliographles. 1. Cheinlstry, Organlc--l.aborntory tnnnuuls. 1. Fuson, ltewold Clayton, 18J3-- joint author. it. Tllle. ,
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W ;StrucLwceMdet~xnanatiun~:-Ort;e.nic.- cr,endstry. ~ McElvain, Samuel Marion, 18J7- Tho charactrrization of organic compnunds 1byl Samuel M. McE lvttin ... New York, Tho Macmillan company,1945. !s p.,11., 282 p. lnd. lllus., tubles, dtagrs. 22ciu. 1. Chemistry, Orgauic. 2. Chemistry, Analyttc--Qualitative. I. Tltle. QD271.,N13 ~ 547 Library of Congress `"' 153p11 45---S02G
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50272 5424 ,~lv. Zl~~ca(''. ~ix,~. /f~~. ~.~~,/.J~u>>>.,oT ... !t•.-C/. f•~c'e,~ .,;~2 ,J 1~ / ~- ~~y~l<~ ~.~ ~ ~ ~ C!- l4 ' - '~ ~/ ~'! _ _ . A•w0•' IIPII TI;P1IIIz I1;CIC0.lt HPI:1SiIIIIi'E 1I-TBICCAABIiAIiA 4".p,rc ?`;:.•. B II1lCT031D{CC DpOJifl OCIIOIIIILIJIII IIpOJtCCCADIII IIO:IytICiII1fI U-OJIC~IfIIOB Ca,~S ~ ~r .. G. ~ ~ ~ti,--. t~ a) ",'<~ U -~ e~ ~ ~ -- 1-0 ~.G Ie /%~ e.£CCr-r T.-At. IId11II-EIfIC013, 0. jr. ICY3IILI(OII, B. B. lA3IfJlElJ1111, ' H. liECCII!EPTIIAJI, 10. M. ili0P0B ,'. . 13r'/~a~ %~ ./ ~C c.,r1C Z;=- , . . . I6 : BJIIifIIIIIB ICIIIIBTIIIIBCICIIX (D:IICTOPOB IIA. BvIXO,Tj; '. 0pilIiL(IIOIIIibIII COCTAB 11 CTPYItTYYY OJIC(hIIIIOB J~ . ._ , AD7IlIIOTC)i TOpdIA11CCI4Hlt ICpCI:I1Ut IIapa(I11III11CTOC0 CLIpbll, C)IIITC3 Ii3 CO II H! l1a ICOGaJlbToLIX HaTa:A130TOraX II II07111AICp113aqI1fI II113III11X Q-Olie- qIDIIOD. HanGonLUleo uuczo IICCJICTr(oDaIIIi1[ IIOCIIJILi;CIIO TCp]fIIYCCICO',13- I(p0- ICIiIItY iRlil{ICiIX it TBCpj{LIX IIapA(pUUOD. i7TII, IICCTCJ;OIIaIIIIR [1-3, ClI IIOICi13a:I11, 'ITO IIpli TepiIlIIICCICOAI paCIlIIjlo O(' )p..13yIOTCSI IIPCIIJIY11jCCT11CIIIIO ~ ___.x•• ------ -- j
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- 50272 S 432 STEREOCHEMISTRY/ --- CHEMISTRY,ORGANIC--COLLF.CTF.D-WORKfs/-:-STRY}CiIfRE-7DETERMIhATION/ CHEMISTRY, ORGA.*IIC--STEREOCHEMiSTRY/ : CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--LABORATORY TECHNIQ[fES/ ~ ~CHNIQUES OF CHEMISTRY 7- " VoLUME n, ' . UCI DATION OF ~ Q' _.....~._ ~ -- ORGANIC STRUCTURES BY Second Ed;ik, PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL, I
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vi, 239 p. tllus. 29 cm. "Iteferences" : p. 8-9. 1. Spectrum, Unfrn-red. 2. Spectrum analysis. QC457.R3 535.84 4J---1S300 t Library of Congress - 15ov151 . . . s .•.r f . . ~Striucture•-aet4rn:ination--0rbEtnic cheml: try. ~ QC Randall, Iiarrison McAllister, 1870- 457 T..f,•nrna r~nfn.h..inn4inn nf n.•fronin ch•nr•/nrnc h-,- TT Ii R '- Randall tand othersi -New 2 orl:, Van \ostrand Co., 1949. -. . .. . . . . - . . r. . ~ . _ . . -. . .. . - . r .
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fW.: S trt}cture--aeterLdnation ;---Urganic . chemis tr; •. Siggia, Sidney. Quantitative organic analysis via functional groups. -New York, J. Wiley,1949. vii, 152 p. diagrs. 22 cm. Iucludes "Geueral references." 2 editions. ~? ed. •1954 277 p. illus. 22 cm. alz-eC...c--C, .-/">'63 - & s')/') . 1. Chemistry, 1na1ytic--Quantitatire. 2. Chemistry, Organic. 547 49-44132s
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w;Strtictiir~=c~etemi.nsticn--t7rgwiic. ciieinistry. Niedcrl, Joseph Berthold, 1S99- 1lficronicthods of cluantitntive organic analysis, by Joseph B. Niederl ... and Victor Nicderl ... 2d ed. New York, J. Wiley & soits, inc.; London, Chapman & Hall, linlited,1912, xill, 847 p. fllus., dllgrs. 23} cm. On spine: Organic qunntitntlve micronnslysis. Adaptation of Pregl procedures. cf. Pref. to ist ed. First edition published 1;t38 under title: l+licromethods of qusntita- tive organic elementary analysis. "Literature" at end of each chapter. 1. Chemistry, Analytic-Quantitative. 2. Aiicrochemistry. 3. Chem- istry, Organic. 4. Pre„l, Fritz, 1SGfl-1fl30. i. Niederl, Victor, joint author. u. Title. um Title: Organic quantitative microanalysis. [547) 545 t53b''31 \ ---...,..~~. ~ 42--3067
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~;-5titic£iire=-uei:er::.i.nati~cr~-02~fr~ic. Wild, rrank. Characterisation of organic compounds, by F. Wild ... Cambridgu tLng.l Tho University press, 1947. vilt, 30(3 p. dlagra. 22m. 1. ChemiRtry, OrgnnlC. 2. Chemistry, Analyttc. r. TIUe. QD271.W53 540 47-22361 Library ot Congress -f t2i
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. . s. . r50272 5448 ....., - ...r...,.....,.e - .. . : ,... .,.,- . --- YSTRUCTURE--DETERMINATION--ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS/ _ :ournal o M lecul r Structure 22 1974 - • scvier Scientific Publishing Company, Amsterdam - Printed in The Netherlands AUTOMATION OF SPECTROCHEMICAL INVESTIGATIONS . ' . . . ~'~ - -. • . .. . . - • .. L. A. GRIBOV, V. A. DE,LiENTYEV, M. E. ELYASHBERG AND E. Z. YAKUPOV - - • f . V. l. Vernadsky Institute ojGeochemistry and iGratyltcal .Z7hemisi' ,?15SR'Academy of Sclences; Moscow V-334 (U S:S.R.) , . (Received 2 January 1973). _ . . ' . . I • • An automated system of simultaneous treatment of IR, Raman, UV, NMR . and mass spectra is described and used to establish probable molecular structures spectra of these structures are calculated and compared with experimental data. . On the basis of this calculation the most pr obable structure is singled out and iti satisfying the spectra and additional information. Then the vibrational and UV - - parameters are determined more exactly..` --- -~ -- ~ r . - . i
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fStrtzeEuie= aeterc~in~tion---Orge:~ic . ch~nu~try. 4A Stauditager, Hermann, 1581- ::71 Anleitung zur organischen qualitativen Analyse. 4. Aufl., S • unter Dlitarbeit von Werner Kern. Berlin, Springer, 1944 ~ i°19391 21 1 159 cm. , p. _ . z1 T3tb11ographlcal footnotes. L4, -IG3~ 1. Chemistry, AMal'ytic--Qualltattve. 2. Chemietry, Organic. QD271.S78 1944 Library of CoVress 544 ta 50-45301 . . . ~ -.7 ruae-.!.~l~pw}' - .*~ .i. -ir .. , . . 7 ~ .
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50272 5431 ?C ~ N(.TCL~' AR M~iG:dETIC SCSc)NANC 4 ~ 5 1972 •: . CxMsrFy or~~ Yrc-- Ao n~'rq;M4rNATIoN/ sTNiICTuFM-. ° ' . . ~ ' LEaEc~4INATIQ;Y/ . ~ - ~ -~ -:. _. ' '- _.. • --- -- - .~~~t J~Pt`rEYk~~~ , . rr"n ~ 6 ~ I p"i~' ~' : ~ ~ . r k::.,~ ;~E E r --- IA~,~_-:~. -: ,.~ ~~:~~~~s-~~:° :TO ,~p ~~. ., . E ~i~~i~fi EO~j ~ " ~ _ :r .s -'i - . 1_.. .. .. ._ ~~ • _ . _ ~._. .._~.1~: .._. ... ,. .. .. . . SPeCTRAL CRrtoMqroCRaPNy/
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~~ ..Str4saure,~oeter,:,iiincion;-Ur~;er.ic chen~i.ary-~. v.?~ 0.• Pesez, bZaurice, 1914- Dicthodes et rcactions do 1'annlyse organique; detertnina- _ tions g6ncrales et recherches fonctionnelles tpar, 211. Pesez et P. Poirier. Ouvra ;e publie sous la direction do Leon Velluz; pr6f, de Charles Dufraisse. Parisl \tasson, 1952-' ,; v.. lllus. 20 cm. 1. Chemistry, Analytic. 2. Chemistry, Organic. QD2i 1.P4 c. TitiP. 52-2918 j
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e Structure-<i6terr..inationf Ortsnic.. t;hemistry.- ~ . .. . . . _. !'.1.~ :.. . .Yt43M;.:.t : QD Wf Id, Frank. 'M E ti ti f i id d b E C s mn organ c compoun on o s. am r ge t ng. , W Unirersity Press, 1953. 239 p. illus. 22 cm. 1. Chmulstry, Orgunlc. L '1`itle. , Q,D271.MG 2. Chemistry, Auulytle-Quant/t,ittve. . 547 Librnry of Congress `"" 171
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ed.) Copenhagzn, G. E. C. Gad, 1954. 846 p, illua. 22 cm. a minunl of ~ (1st English Translatton, with rerislons, of Velledning I organiske stoffers identiflkatlon. 1. Chemistry, Organlc-Qualltative. 2. Chemistry, Organlc-Quan- titatlve, i.'i`itle: Organic compounds. Full vame: St1g Rrlk relbel. QD251.V4213 1954 () 543.8 55-1383 j Ttibrary of ConIVIM - i7j , . , ~t; 2 '?~. • .. . . zt .r...:~-: ,. t 50272 5457 a q& Structure -aeterwi.naticn---0Manic.chemintry •~ QD Veibel, Stig, 18J8- 271 The identification of organic compounds; v qualitative and quantitative methods. 4th ed.
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;o d:}OTsag °d CCr' .4SGr 140 "aiS6t lOI'"6 Yp-ly I -LNG 34 t70OUwI eu4 tq PezT1 r~13-7-o c,nYto~ruS t.. .. 5~0~:;:'~..IudY s ZDOT.av,3 do -P3oToag
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I 0931) 5S`xS ('i 'oN) - '1"tno •msrtn;d `1=u3 aoxgg Aq a"cad 'ouxstxiI -;u , 210 T:oLT.dIJ2Mr'tmo vm1Z©S"Mtti'lv. TRVoxTH `0UIA'LH 'd'S (6961) III ~~ ~.--'7.s..~,~~-.-~-.-~-r.~
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'' Struc•tvx•e d itot~~r~t.ion-~C?x•gr nic chEm: s1;r3•- - V"OpticaX"rotatory dispersion., v. 1. , Advances in organic chemistry: methods und results. v. 1- _ New York, Interscience Publishers,1964- v. diagrs. 24 cm. Editors: 1900- R. A. Raphael, E. Q Taylor and H. lvyntcrg. Includes bibliography. 1. Chemistry, Organia i. Raphael, Ralph Alexander, 1D21- ed. 59-13036
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C"oi:rucEure=Zateiwiuotiun--Orbanic c:he,uistry, Vol. XI, Pt. 2 Weissberger, Arnold, 1898- ed. Technique of organic chemistry. t\ew York, Liter:ci- ence Publishers, 1945- e. In illus. 24 cm. Half-title; each vol. has also special t. p. Includes bibliographies. Coxr-Ts.-iV. 1t Physical methods of organic chemistry. 2. v.- V. 2. Catalytic, photoclieniical and electrolytic reacttons.-Y. 3. Iie: t- ing and cooling. Mixing. Centrifuging. Extraction and distributioa. Dialysis and elech•odialysis. Crystallziation and recr;cstnllizacion. Filtration. Solvent removal, evalwation and dryin.g.--V. 4. I)istilla- tion.-V. 5. Adsorption and chromatogruphy.--V. 6. 1licro +uid Semi- mlcru nictlLod:+.-V. 7. (h'gunic solvents. 2d 8. lnvrstigution of reactions.-v. 9. Chemical application of speclroscupy.-V. 10. Fwids- ineutnla of chrowatugeaphy. 1. Chemistry, Organic. QD251.11'3G7 ~ 547 45-8533 E621 r5ie'15J ~-..t.-t-~. . .
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Qll 251 lv.Sttiicture--Detennination--Organic Re ~C~emi~~Hry~~ Revtov, 0. A. „Ty 1UlIL':,2tEi~FALS ..? i i:ETTCi:0~~~:.C C1lk.,&4ZS1FAY,. trriRa? at*,'J by T. J. X:42. 1967 593 p. Apple*_on--Centtsxy-Crofts New Ycrk
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. ~ Reiatie.ps_ sfr-ucture-activite. . ; de-s substances sapides ~ , ,,.It# d 11 ' par ie Professeur A. Boucherie. U.GR des Sciences pharmaceuti;,ues et biotogiques,. 38 - rrer,oble (Conf6rence prononctle e ta 44 Table rondo • de i'Aromatisation, Grenoble. 12 octc5re 1973) (') Y REsutn6 : Summary o. ~ o 0 -~--, -- ~--~. , ,. t-_ `L< J ,I Y~ , O ` ,. ~ st= i~:`"'ici i 0 0 ~sc Q ~~.'.i..., - Pr e Y 11 4'. Pr ar
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RJR CLASS N0, TEXTBOOK RM 300 In 1973 International Union of PharMacology.Cavallito,C.J. (ed.)f Peters,G. (ed.)s International Encyclopedia•of PharMacology & Therapeutics. PergaMon Press,New York, NY.73,(IN i ENG,) .:: . . : TGtJ = 5e7a - . ._ . :~..~~.
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ik..Struature--determir>eition X-Rays Nyburg, S C X-ray lnnlysis of orbanic structures. New York, .1r.a- demic Press, 1901. 434 p. Illus. 24 cm. (Organic and biological chemistry; a series of monographs, 4) 1. Crystallography. ' 2. Chemistry, Organic. x. Title. QD945.N95 1061 ' 547.3583 G0-14SG7 j 1~~ Library of Con;ress ilu )
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I v. IIIue. 24 cm. QD4G1.S92 I ,~,...51 541.22 67-11280 Library of Congress 107d7l ... - . 7, _ - !•-& I.mI SSi' -f. jtO"i1sm-vft maundin~~ ,•v:' 1- Berlin, New York, Springer-Verlag, 196G-
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Rt:n.';em C. Iax, J. 1). \t'Irt, a%*n R. M. HAxrrat;ea; 1)cpartuunl c;t Chnu;srry, Aansas Stalc Unicersily, Alaplraltai:, liensas 66301 ' ` - (Received 26 February 1971) TtiE jOVk\AL OF CtiENrICAL PNYSICS VOLV)tF. 36, NVUBF.A J k t A:JGVST 1911 p. //yQ •,!.'/ C-O stretching frequencies for IrC"O, "C"O, and r'Cu0 ehemisorbed on silica supported platinum at 25° and 20(I' are used to demonstrate that the bonding to the surface is via the carbon atom. Fanpirieat force constant corn•lations suggest that the best single structure approximation is Pt=G°O. INTRODUCTION Because the level of development of knowledge in surface chemistry has often lagged behind that of general chemical knowledge, studies in the surface. chemistry of metals have often depended upon analogies with conventional inorganic chcmistry al Conscqucntl~E, it has generally been assumed that, by analogy sith the known structures of the metal carbonj•ls, the chemi- 150272 5475 ratixtures of carbon monoxide on silica-supported plat- inum we have o,btained data at 2Y and 200° for "C160, I'C160, and '2C'8U which strongly support the Pt-C-0 structure and thus support the usefulness of analogies with conventional inorganic chemistry in studies of surface chemistry. In addition empirical force constant correlations yield estimates of lengths and bond orders for the C-0 and Pt-C bonds. sorption of carbon mopoxide on transition metals takes" ',,: `, place via thc carbon atom Infrared s cctrosco P E%PER:MENTAL •P ) become awcl!-establislted technique in the study of .~' :. The experimental methods used to obtain the spectra surface fQ~cie 1n~ as ed ne~ in rm~ ton2bo~ ~f carbon monoxide chemisorbed on silica-supported j the structbres~f 3tfrla~ sp~iest.'I r I~vcsiigaUcns of platinum are similar to those reported prc:~iousl3•'•9 and carbon monoxide chcmisorLed on hlatinun2" and iron°•+ have been described in detail elscwhere.10 A mixture of .. _... ... under cordi?ionsy;brr.e.the.ahu.rsui~~,..1,..~..i~.t.. I
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of,-Structure~- and Control-3rd. ed:, v.l:;yr The Enzymes, edited by Paul D. Boyer, HetYry Lardy and K srl .yrb ack 2 cd d , , . , . , , . . ., co:npletely rev. New York, Acad~raic Preas, 1959-63~ 701,71 aHded;9 v. illus. 24 cm.
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1 ~. Y ,~.~~..., ~. . . ~.._- ~- Hiki H ao, iroehi STRUCTURE OF CURCUM6NdL, by liiroshi Hikiuo, Yojiro Sakurai, Seiichfxo Humbe end Tijuacmatgu Takemoto ChwR. Pharm. Bull. 16 (No. 1) 39-42 (1968)- ti
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---- t -R ~j'SENSES"AND SENSATION/TASTE--TESTINGfALFACTION/CARBOHYDRATES--TASTE/ AMINO ACIDS/PEPTIDES/PROTEINS/CHEMORECEPTION / \ I ~p a~ 1 y
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• S. :7` Acta Cryst. (1976). II2, 2149-5a. 150272 5482 . ` ._: 7 2 _ ,. -BY ZENEI TA1RAt AND WILLIAM H. WATSON FASTIJIOS Laboratory, Texas Christian University, Fort Worth, Texas 76129, U.S.A. (Received 7 November 1975; accepted 20 January 1976) terrey, Mexico, and ctheral extracts of the aercal parts Us1889 A', D.=1•274, D,=1-274' g cm-', pa7-8 cm-'. :: yielded t~o q no s. na tor is . yclt}hvc~ sit~1 line solid with9mcl ~~ ntFof 2a0°C.Thdnias~s srec~- %clination geometry and thc-continuous ro-scan tech- trttnltontains a cm:-II narent ion peak at 362 and an nique.Ascanrangcof4•0to4•4°at2•5°min-'wasused. Salvia ballotacJlora Bcnth was collected around Mon- e- 10 948 (3) A. P2,2,21 (n;, No. 19),~ Z=4, F(100)=776, C,oH O~ M W. 362-43 aa 13-620 (3) b=12•666 (3) and I4troductiou,. ; r y.l..-- ---AA ••s•:~~. :,-e^nC;.j,•.jc-wi,h the lnss of A bac~round count was takcn for 20 s on cithcr side Conacytonc, C=,H„0°, is a ditcrpenoid quinone isolated from Salvia ballotaeflorae ilcnth. The compound crystallizes in space group P212121 with cell dimensions a=13-620 (3), b=12-666 (3) andc=10•948 (3) A with Z=4. Counter lcchniqucs were used to collect 1759 indcpcndent reflections of which 1381 had intensities grcatcr than 3a(!). The structure was solved through application of the 1lIULTAN direct methods program, and the model was refined by least-squares techniques to an R value of 0•047. The abictane type diterpene contains a bridging hcmiacetal group. The A ring and the six-membered hemi- acet9l ring exhibit chair conformations while the ring is a half-chair. The p-quinonc ring dcviatcs from planarity. • .1• • -radu i. crystat aara
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- q• ~Struatura.-det.~rmination,r--X-rafs. v. 1,fpt. 61 L Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1831-1910. 3 Zahlenwerte und FunJctionen aus Physik, Chemie, Astrono- ~ mie, Geophysik und Technik; in Gemeinschaft mit J. Bartels iet al.l und unter vorbereitender Mitwirkung von J. D'ans tet al.] hrsg. von. Arnold Eucken. 8. Auft. Berlin, Springer, 1950- v. diagra., tables. 28 cm. At head of title: Landolt-B6rnstein. Prevtously published under title: Phystkaltsch-chemische Tabeilen. Includes bibliographies. (Continued on next card) ,38r55k1j
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~~ ~.......:s ' • ~ 50272,5488 ' : . ,... , -. ... , _ . . . . , . . 73 VII Av 10BACCO--LBAVCS -1•I(1R }IQ Q X/ ~ ,- P J,~ Q . R..T..rt.....r~~ RJP. CLASS i;0,. PAINC'HLET 73 VII Av Araer. Jaur.^ Bot. 20, : SG5-92 .(].933) (in English) : '.t~• .. ~i~ i •.t~;7TK r~~,~P•rl~.\s. ~ ~'':~4. w. . . . . . .. - . . . . ~ . .. , . . , . . • . ~ ...t .!`. _ _ - .. . .. . - . .. .. r
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, .(896T `TT.XdV) 05b-94L (ti 'oN) 896t •xDS •~t'~1 'S',S'S'8 NfiVN 'PM 'AZI S,TS Z'TVIVO NZI'Iafi2 'IS:YDiN go =sug-ama oIsx7raXTo alrv nn.,^tmsS 2az •N 'V 'u"3=TqnS (896T) XI
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-4xO,Z xoil ' OnI ' upa=' rugS. 'tl 'M Qe3~d +~ZE 0961 'S3'r=I3 d0 l:OMIZf1iI 0lIV a2it1Z?B`d.LS SIiJ. 'Y douPxS `piteyuxag 109 ab
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- ( c., ~nvssI ,.cX to ~ Vol. III. Biochemistry and Disease Bourne, Geoffrey H. THE STRUCTIJRi: AND FUaCTION OF NERVOUS TXSSUE. Vol. III. Biochemistry and Disease 644 Pages tlew York
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, VI Re 78 9 [50272 5471 : _.. ---.._.~.~•-.i.... _~.: :. .~::.._.. S.P. ;. Jour. Pharm. Sci. 67(5)725-6(1978)- ~ b LLAIONT I3. KIEItRICIIARD J. SI11fONS *; rind T:oMLL 11. IiALL # 02170. Accepted for puhlicat ion September 1,1977. yr Received August 3,1977, frorn the •Dcpnrtment of Pharmaceutical Chemistn•, Afedica/ College of Virginia, 1'irginia Commonwealth and A1CV/VCI/ Cancer Center, Richmond, VA 2J•I93, and the tDepartment oJCkenristry, f:astern Nazarene College, Quincy, AfA Abstract D The structure-activity relationship of a series (if nitrosa- to heteioatoms (11) n)ake the method ideally suited for a sI slructure-activity relationships of biologically important n:, h t i d i A • e~t. , n t me s c twtcncy as measure e rnincs a•as evaluated for nndal;en The struMural deacriptiun w•as ntade using mulecul.•tr connectiviq, A good related to molecular connectivity indexes r_ o a oOne rLn n~n) o. '•± tun~-activit~~ relatiunships-various nitrosamines, mutag~nic lwtency: ~ mole, the following equations N•ere found: rehited to molecular connectivity indexos O ~lulecular connectivity in•,,;. Table I revealed two relationships with nearly equal quit dexes--variuus nitrosaMines, related to inutagenic potency O Struc-;,;; pressing the activity as the natural log number of revertant. molecular ounnccti.ity indexes D rluta„eniciq-various riitrasaminea, -:' • A systematic search of the connectivity indexes for the m , ) . Z.cyphrascs l] T~itroc .. . ,, . ' amines, vnrious-mutagenic potenc related to "' COrrelatlan Na5 fUUn i; .) / 1 t~.1 ~ Yi+~ ~ =~'• S~ r; ~`; ~~Ul Tg. ~ ? 1~~a7 • , n d ° , _ ~tYN~MP 7,~.yr - . _ -.,. _ ;~S ~ ;' .y . ~ d ~< : ~ 'P ~ti
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~ 50272 5495 ! : Vol. 57, tdo. 3, 1974 ~~ "ClOCHEMICAL AND BIOPHYSICAL RESCnR`H COMMUNlCA7DONS . ' : ~ . .- . . . . d received rebruarv 1,1974 • An important group of mycotoxins, the 12,13-epoxytrinhothecenes (Fig. 1), are among the most active inhibitors of protein synthesis in eucaryotic cells. Sorce of the:e compounds inhibit a step required for the initiation of protein synthesis, s•hile other compounds inhibit a step required for the ternination or elongation of protein synthesis. Structure-function studies on the various derivatives indicate vhich areas of the molecule are important in the inhibition of initiation and termination or elongation. INTRODUCTTON . . ' . . • • :. . •.ei'' • . . . produced by several species of fungi involved in grain and fruit spoilage. Seversl . , The 12,13-epoarytrichothecenes'(Fig. 1)1form an important group of nycotoxins - - -- . - `,~ ~---- ~~ - - I . . t4~ --. . • . . II Me=75 ' S.P. N _..__. : ' hli l vin S. McLaug a . • Cha-Mer uei and Ca .. _ . , . . .. . :• -- . . •-. -- yeparcplcDC vZ nvaacuaa4 .Davav25jr 1lniversity of Califorria, Irvine; Irvine,.California g2fib4 t;.., . , - . . ~ ~ " . . .. . . . . • - - • . • -. ~ • . . ' I
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cifically to yield configural judgments, found apprw! mately 905b of the reliable variance in response couj have been predicted by a simple linear model [10]. F{ :. :, : summary results of other stuclics, src [8, 10, 191. Juc'-{ judges, ~ovid d th ts ~ cu ~ or var ablc or ac. ':s ment rescarchcrs have maclc many attcmpts to expL•, case, are asked to make quantitative judf;mcnts on many q hypotlutical cases. The experimcnter attempts to fit the__ the so-called "linear vs. configural models" prublcm j . ~50272 5483 ' , Jour. Mktg. Res. 8(4) 465-71 (Nov. 1971) Comparing different informaton proceuing models of the some consumers decisions and utilizing findings from clinical judgment studies give information about the structure of consumer choice processes. Cue consisterxy and conditional models ore discussed and a general paradigm for choice under uncertainty is BACI~GROUND . . . ., .:.,.... - .. < ~;.; :« Clinieal Judgment Research • ; • proposed. as the reliability of the judgments. Adding interacti' ;' configural terms did not improvc prediction. For c; T~n ample, Hoffman's study on ulcer diagnoses, chosen sl•; s<._. Certain findings in clinical judgments are relevant foi understanding consumer decision processes. The experi-~~ 6 mental radi m d• tn thi es cl s fol~ w tk; `" ~ ~ JAMES R. BETTMAN* . 78 XI Adl-79 S. P:
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50272 5472 . ,. . , . . _ , , . PnLY`dF.'~G A?7D PnLY`tF.nI7.ATinV/PLANT rET.T.S .4\yn TjFSTTrS/rF.T,T,LTLr)ST'/ .FT,ANTS-.-IITSEASrS ANn PESTS--RI:SISTATTCE/ . #()Lvq1Cr'iA°inT:S/ CELLiP.nSF.---TtInGFVF.STS/. 1ftTnCtIn~~n^,IA/PN?.~,~ 5n~n^,IA/PN?.~,~5 Tr, RH;NAVTnn4T, SYSTE" -= ;6 ~.. . • Sp : Richmond, Virginia ~G iiird ymposium ovember 9, 1978
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'~Ih • ~~~~MCTION OF A2~T1 ~~'CE1.L~ ' (1968) a,wswMiiMBRANt SM-4"• Whittaker, V. P. STRUCTURE AND FUNCTIati OF AtdXN.AL-CELL MMRt,N1iS > Orit. rted. Bull. 24. (No. 2) 1o1-lOG (%,:ay, Js062)
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RC 26 Jo 975 DDL CIIOLERA Journa WE UcTUr 50272 5496 ~. . . -. - , . , , I 411% j Diseases Vol. 1- ~3 Mar 76 Sun 1 5156 • ~~A~D~ FL~~16T~ONS ~0 1~1~'~R~'~bX~1VS~~ A Workshop Held at the ~;. . -National Inst'itutes of Health Bethesda, Maryland Guest Editors: . June 24 and 25, 1975 The [J.S. Cholera Panel of the United States-Japan Cooperative Medical Sciences Program JOHN P. CRAIG, Chairman ABRAM S. BENENSON, M. CAROLYN HARDEGREE, NATHANIEL F. PIERCE, and i STEPHEN H. RICHARDSON
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"Second edition, revised nnd enlarged 1937." "List of literature": p. 1383j-424. 1. I•'wigi, t. llnrnes, llcrlie Frank, ]33S- joint author. 38-15 ~J3 QKG03.G8 1037 ~~ 589.2 , f,o3 ..~e*+strractu_~~~c~3~cspmenf: "61 `-tltt =-F'uncri:::f- 0 - Gwynnc-Vaughan, Uaync Helen Charlotte Isabella (Fraser) 187fl- Tltcs structure &- development of the Fungi, by II. C. I. ' Gwynnc-Vnubhan '... and B. Barnes ... 2d ed. Cambridge jEng.l The University rress,1937. xvi, 449 p. Sncl: front., Illus. 22 cm.
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<_. ~ 4 Alirlr.rl r r,, i>~ r $~ The three-dimcnatona) display of each leaf of a number of adjacent plants was measured with a spatial ca•rdinatc apparatus on five oc-crsions during the •gro"th of a tobacco crop. Several 1 nrchitectural characteristic4 of the foliabe display were estimated from these data. 106 .............. v^1sr- '~ \
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\ \ _o~3Z--9zZ uo-sonzt~Fa R (QSS,?) 9ZZ-S6~ OI '~g •b~u uo3aloa cnnx5odwts •0o;td sais,0uou MIlsaosav bl~lls NO 30~~t17c12d1 siI ativ S,LPi;l5TtloSGw 15MOSnd2100 xIVE43O 30 32L+1J.aA;LLS ;tM . •A •v `naYasIN ~•~~i-1-I1adt7dr-Sli'ISMM Slav .--~IBa~.-r:0_3~t~t~0.T1i:~I--&bi--Qt~bf"SS1Q3~`t5~86'~"~ III Tl:.,- 1
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they had ever ittended. -A11 were bearty ::- The program of the meeting with ab- ri~r:::~-r.. i* tin~util and made an annual event. No fur- in•full in publications of the society: Z"r eral meetings of the society should be con- lows; most of these papers will be printed ,,,-1 and unanimous in the desire that the gen- stracts of some of the papers presented fol- ther jnstificntion of these meetings is needed , -than that they have been suecessful. that THURSDAY, APRIL 2. they bare attracted many members from a a[ornting Session, 10 o'clock. misunderatanding* i... to"the 'purpose of ' according to the character of the endosperm - these general meetings, it may not be amiss : three distinct kinds of grains may be dis- ;; Nevertheless, since there haa been some ture of the several parts of corn grains, and eentury and a half. ere is a marked difference in the struc- for carrying out in practical fonn the broad Professor HENRY policy which it has upheld for more than a'~~ of Philadelphia. sary to defend our oldest scientific society them; furtherrnore, it should not be nccea- . EoaAS FS iTU.• ~ ' distance and that their continuance is de- " President Sruith in the chair. ' sired by those who are acdnainted with President's Address of lYelcome: Professor w point out [ne fact that in no aense ar•e unguisned aa follows: (1) One variety, .. • . \
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8002 KL682 P 463 kHI T flM AUST J PLANT PHYS
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IMIDAZOLES/ , / ~ C~, ( /97,1 Ethers and Esters of 4{2-Hydroxyethyl}heidazole and Esters of 4-Imida2olepropionic Acid As substances with possible histaminsllke activity, ethers and esters of 4-(hydroxyethyl)-itn} . dazole and esters of 4-imidatolepropbnic acid are prepared and tested on isolated guinea pi; . t b h ` Jec elO 0 :-.:r T=,'P.:::<.w.:!dti7 ikumandOt L v-! c . L _ , 307/7I ~ ~ -,~ :., :. . Xrha nnd Erta voh ". Imtdotofdertvoten ' S] 7 W_ Schunaclc A.4.,. ..;.: ^': . .. .,.' , . Ather und Ester des 4(2-Hydroxyaethyl)•imldazols und Ester der 41mi- dazoipropionsifure j' Y:~ ,{ t~ crt, ..F ~ ~ ~ i t' t ."j.. $ . 4. Mitt. Ober Stniktw•Widcungs-Besiehungen bei Histaminanalogat? Aus dem Fachbaefch Pharmazk da Johannes Cutenbag-Univasit3t, Mainz r.+~r ~ak (ElnSepnen am 21 September 1973) ; ~ •' • ~ .,,~~ , r ~ '~ ' * ~ ,4V., ~ •1426e I 4. [there ~~~~~ 17 ~ (Fachbe Pharm.. )ohaenes Gultaberf-l•oir., 1lainr. Ger.). f P~era. (1)'.ieAtrw,Gn.i 1974. 307(7), S1f-J3 (Ger). T~ © RdluajnR ll tnth (R'CO)s0 (RI - Ke. Et. w Pr t and hrdro o( the refultin~ .\'-aay) deriw. with cooled %aHCO, p.e aESi 1/R - O,CR~ t. Chlainatiaa af Uwith 9OC1, aod tr oent of the retWtin~ I IR ~ Cll with RtO\a-RtOH (Rt - ar Etl 3are Y4-40!', 1 IR OR'). RaD.aits I(R - CO obtaioed.hy hrdregeeatioa d arocaae acid oter b!"t Rh C. R'OH ta.e 1/R -CO.R•). I bad p.rtqspathotaimetic ae ties a+ .. :.. - d R.i.es nits. iitha und gsta des 4{2•Hydroxy- . Ala potentkll histaminar* wirktame Substanzen'wuMen aethyl}imidazola und Ester da 4-ImidazolpcopbnWlre dargestellt und am isolierten Ileum des M h i h d d T b k easc we nc an eato Je ten ena un aen /.~..:, , . '50272 54 68 0` CptC"ta t H.C:CCH,OH .ith H410 -H SO <30- , , , t ye HOCH,COCH,CH,OH, which reaet.d with H,XCH.\H.M • , i. \HII1 'at e0 , 36 atm to Ri.e M i iaduok 1(R n OH)
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50272 5489 Vi Re -79 S.P. 9 - ~--..~..--- 1 .Y 7/G ~/7 1.48 1 X5 , e ~~ 70 ' t~ 1 Phalmazie 33. H. 11 (1978) ! i Scktion Pharmazic tlcr h4arlin•Luther•Univcrsit3t Halio•Willenberfi, Halle (Saale), und Institul tur Apolhekenwescn, Borlin . . :~ . , . . . _ Strulcfur-Wirkungs•Beziehungen ausgewahlter kanzerogener lditrosamine U. WENZEL und J. AIETZNER Anhand von LilcraturlMfunden s~•urde .rrxueht, fiir nus= KeK9hlle kanzcru;;cnc Xitnnamina Struktur-~Yirkungw . Kcrichuugcn aufzu<lcllen. .., . . llir,;lichc \\'irl•nu•cUani.rncn tccnlcn diskutiort. 1. L••inlritunc Iric in rlcr Facblilcratnr, nlrcr auch in dcr ~ffentlichkcit stark; : Ixacldctcn 1)iskuviuncn zur i:anzcrul;cnit5t dcr \it•~waminc;;, (\U) und im Zusvmmenhang damit do. Amini+phcnazon., ; diente un•c als Anra•gun,~• die in der Tab• aufgc•fiihrlen NO einer. Struktur-~1•irkungs-:1nal)-sc zu untcrzicLen (1, i, 81. F-r s+alltc ccrsueht t.•crvlcn, quantitatit•c liciirlrum;cn z.eischcn', , ph~•sikuc6emicchen ]ii„en:chaften der NO und deren biulu- • giaclK•r \1 irkung (l:anzcrugcnitul) aufzufindcrr., .. ''''- "~ r ~,~+";. a,~' vfs? f' Ta6efle Kanzerosentlit (Yt aack \Visknok l7 { kr;, 11~ .=O,IIOii -I~'!,ii212n-0•151•Hr~=--0,01f~GU\1G Korrclation.matrix ' Y ; Xr X9 X. 1.0u0 - 0•b:1 -• 0,ti21 - u,K.11 1,000 0,1/!r1 0,N41 0,/3st 1,(Nq 0,fi3 0,51) ,
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,,V Ausr. J. PJanr Plirziul., 1980, 7, 435-47 1 U l63 / 0srF. t ne tnteracuon oa stngte plants or tobacco with direct-beam light was investigated using coordinate ~ dat dibi th thdiil dilf f aescrngeree-niensonaspay ooliagc. The projection of unit leaf area of single U .Ab p nts showed little variation with either plant size or azimuth angle of sight but showed a major :~ dependence ori the ienith an41e. In contrast, the beam-lit area of foliage varied with each of thcse ~_~',.Jadors^ Zenith angk also had the largest eRects on the distribution of beam-lit foliage area with respect to the leaf-beam angle,'•>;k1;-;y: ti002KL6@2 P 435 WHIT OM AUST J PLANT PMVS niversity, Bundoora. Vic. 3083; pn:scnt address: ment ol A r•ulture, Victarir Myrtlcford VicA3737/5
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; (~U :The Sttutture ,d~!. ~ltctruaic~,tly 453 Species in.the Gas-Phase, No-. 35. F Faraday Society, London. Discussions. 18- 1954- London [etc.3 no. in v. illus. 25 cm. -. L~::ci cc.1 ~ ~
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QH: 581 Ca 2c. Ca=pbeLl, P. N. THE STttUCTURE Ah'D I'UIZCTIOa OF ANIMAL CL'LT. C0:•IP02tLNTS, by P. N. Campbell and ?i. A. Epstein. 2:G5 .53 pagas Pergacwn Presa Nev York, N. Y.
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Penetration of Photosynthetically -"< Active. Radiation into Tobacco Crops, *udwih. nsr. J. P/onr P ~~. 449 A , ~ ~a~.t'~/ ~ ~ rM1 z~r ` ~y ~ - . D M Whl /d"a d D ! Co i ~ or' r e on n ..i. "School of Asric ure, La Tro Unive ry und ra, Vic. 3083 a Present addrcss 'Tobacc R arch St io~De~ tment of A~ Victoria, MyrtkfordyVicx37 if ' AbsrracY ' t .. ~ , .~ The spatial distribution of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) was measured on several ocasions during the growth of a tobacco crop. The data describe the penetration or PAR into the • .. KAR ~ . . . • . . . - . ... .. ._ .. .... . .-.o.....,.. _ . - . . ~ . .. The first was based on a physical representation of the display of kaf surfaces in the canopy. Alter- 'rhese data were used to appraise two estimates of the penetntion of PAR into the canopy. .", 'above 0•6Io: Under diffuse irradiance, the bimodal response was attentuated to give a relatively uniform distribution of flux densities on the transects. '~ •, ~_ .:; . .. beam component was attentuated and frequency distributions were unimodal with few flux densities Frequency distributions of flux densities wen: therefore bimodal. At lower ekvations, the direct- , '• with flux densities between 0• 1/„ and 0-9L, where Io is the flux density of PAR above the anopy irradiance. At solar elevations greater than 13" on clear days, there were few regions in the crop Penetration was Influenced by crop size, row structure, time of day and conditions of incident nanve aumata werc envedJroro,a mst emat~ a e o the dIsclav of fotw of s~ nt leee ntle oiants s ten®d hs#e tq/accodfit rb the~iiect of neighbouring plants on the penetration of ~ tol
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II ~~~~~b#~h~t$h~3actbns~ ,~V Sal . ~.. (1967) ,._. Sakan, Takao TUE STRUCIURE OF HU.TATA3IhAClaNE, by Tnkao SakRn, Akira Fujino, pu3ia Murai, A1cio Stzui and Yasuo Butsugaa. Ilutl. Chem. Soc. JaprA 32, 1154-55 (1959)
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.V:,ai1;G1{AN Uk A,-STt4tiQYLt'itY.=~ ~ F , Hudson, 5tructure and mochanism in organophosphorus chem:s- try Iby, R. F. Hudson. London, Now York, Acade.-nio Press, 1965. x. 342 p. 111us. 24 cm. (Organlc chemtatry; a seriee of mono- grapha, .. 6) Includea bibllographtea. l. Organophosphorus compounda. r. Tltle. (Series) QD412.P1H77 1965 547.07 65-25130 rev ~ jr6E3151 i . ;ZP'-.n'R'•rfelC..~..oS.-.e..;e.t
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e-{73-y, Carbon Dioxide Exchange In response to 8002 IcLbd2 P 472 Change of Environment and to_ ~usT JMOf ANT nuvc, lietouation in a 'l-obacco Crop, xF r .. ~ r,5 11 Ll asWSO q- D 3ST ,7t 110 *7. D. M. Whllfield"s, b. J. Connor" and p. J. M. Salec • School of A`riL uro La Trob~ Ut Bd Vi 3083 ci,m ~yunoora,c. ' Present address ~'robacc cs~arch~dtior~De tment of A r uiture, VictoriaAAyrtleford icA37'7,/ A &-R. , ~ e Divisig0of Irrisa ResearE , CSIRO, GriiTith. N.S.W. 2680.. Absrrod:;, ;?.: . _ yi o» , IA aRr6AT )eFs Rates of arbon dioxide exchange or field-grown tobacco crops at early flowering and maturity were I - m«d tsinS7paiLlf ia* cfjed-system field chambers. Photosynthetic responses to irradiance ' andYemperatJre were investigated on both occasions. Rate or dark respiration and its response `~ t ttd thih oemperaure were measure duringe nyt. Ar V Aesl. !. Planr.Phyriol.. 1984,7, 4 .,_,.,....~,,.. _
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Dissussier.a. 1$'-37 ya-'G lk'i-r- i 9 gy- a iauaon I ezc.~ ~ - --- ' ~ • ~ ~ ~453 The.Stmicture and. Properties of Liquids, No. 43- Fa • • - F&Y8daq - Scs:,iety; .Loud~+ii. - . ..
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The:-Structure and Properties of Ionic .Melts,- No: ° 32.• lAr.,lat3o ~ Wo fn vd L1Lcamo 25 cae .
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i.i 8002 KL682 P 487 trHIT. OM Al.ST J PLANT PHY51 liation f d d e o to hange of tobacco crops in response to incident irradiance an f CO- e>< ~ Simulated rates o were compared with measured values from the field. Comparison of daily trends in net rate of COs exchange and its change with upward defoliation showed that rates were largely dependent on ~ f the architecture of the crop. These put with features o the interaction of solar iiosition and in e. ect to the Icaf-beam angl s ith p rc nlit leaf area w included piant eztent and the distribution of su ; The model satisfactorily simulated net rate of CO, exchange of a range of differcnt intensities ns of estimated and observed responses indicated i so compar of downward defoliation.. However, f a rnedium intensity of defoliation i i cs o st thetic character rercrFa t~} he~ tre a r photosyn y rombared'with"5~noAcf atcd control or a cmp which experienced the most severe defoliation. Aust. !. Plant Physiol., 1980, 7, 487-500 .....:._,.. .T.~
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AGRICULTURE--U. S. 50272 S098 : r .:- .
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! !)oRIf. Lirut. Soe•, 66: 259-275. With 6 plates and I figure R_C. CAROLIN, F.L.S. ' : )une1973 John Ray !lerbariurn, University of Sydney :. . ,..:. _. ; " Aratlonall/erGariwn, hotanic Gardens, Sydney _ VCSK' . i ;. 1,t . , M. t Elcctron Microscope Unit, University of Sydney .tceepfed jor puDtrcotlon Afay 1972 - By a compuison of thc ultrastructural features of•thc parenchymatous bundle shcath and the D[t]tto~ae, )~richfsIcrosju teipireMeriq& de+iled extensive im•cstigation. mt:snphyll it can be shown that the erasses+ can be dividcd into a number of groups roughly eotresponding to those prupo;ed by Brow•A, viz. Pooid, Eragrostoid. Par.icoid, Arundinuid, Bambusoid and Aristiduid.• In particular the ultrastructural features strengthen the grounds for separating the craFroxtoid type of leaf anatopty from fhc panicoid type."Thcse ultrastructural differences seer.t to be correlated with diffcrcncci in r}wtosynthetic pathways, and. where thcy do not correlate with the taxonomic divisious, neither do the photosynthetic pathways. The correlation with a taxonomy based on microcharacters as well as-tnacroscopic charactcrs is gencralay Pood exec t in the cue of,"Phragtnitiform" grasses, and in particular the tribe f
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aheY,.Structure;.. ol -Iyucleic Acids and theii .-rola,:..in:. Protein.,Synthesis,- No. 14. 345 Biochemical 6ociety, London. B Symposia. no. 1- Cambridge, University Fress, 1948- 12 12 v, illus. 25 cm. a
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By Herman V. Boenig, St. Louis, Missouri ieme Editions in Chemistry and Related Areas ZCurt Niedenzu, Lexington, Kentucky Hans Zimmer, Cincinnati, Ohio : 1973 : Georg Thieme Publishers Stuttgart John Wiley & Sons New York - Toronto
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50272 5497 ..76 II Re..=81 •~ • - ~ Bull. Soc. Chim. France 599-600 (Nov./Dec., 1979) S.P. ... Manusnfi rrfu Ir 10-11-77C .rrzfarr.e<rLrdcarcepthk 18-07-78. chrumatoaraphy of North Indian Vetiver oil VeNwrrlo.:f:anfnlJri Linn. The compound has been named isokhusinoloxide because .)• ti strunural rebtionship with khusinoll t'hemical data together with IR and NM R spectra have confirmed structure (V) for isokhusino' -fe. P. S. KALSI B. C. GUPTA Miss S. CHAHAL Y. K. MEHTA M. S. WADIA•' A new hitherto unknown cryNslline sesquiterpene epoxy alcohol belonging to the cadinane group has been isolated by elahwite isokhusinolozyde eo raison de sn relation de structure avec k..-'. % ..* ..__.,... - -.<:~-....... k ,. ~ Ue nouvd Epoay-akool sesqui(erpenique cristallisb, inconnu (1H,-C~C-H) and the fact that isokhusinoloxid c~ jusqu'ki. appanenant au groupe du cadinane, a btE isold p.r . chromatotraphk minutieuse de I'buik de Vetiver de I'Inde du occurs with several compounds of the khusint I t; ;ne du Nord. Vedveria, slsasloTrea,Linn. Le composk a btb appeIi showed that isokhusinoloxide has a khusinol-like sti ua,.rt khusinol. Les rlsultats chimiques ainsi que /n spectra IR dt de OqN ~ RMN oonfirment 1'attribution de Is formuk V i I'isokhusinobxyde:..; ~e `
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~50272 5512 7 3 XII In NICOTINE--BACTERIAL DEGRADATION/ _ _ _ _ _ _1.1.Y.1_ _ _ _-u~i:.~Y.ad.Yii.y]`-ii.a~c/afL~K~~~~-i:-- _ `~ - • RJR CLASS O. PA*SPHLET 73 XII Kn Knackrcuss, H.-J.; Becknann, W. (University Gottinren, Inst. Mikrobiol. and Inst. Mikrobiol. Gesc.11schaft Strahlen- Ursweltforsch. ribH, Munich Gottin.gen, Ger..) - *1973, No, 1Q, 4431W* *jt*_ Tobacco chemistry: V AA r ' ^ c n A 2 t ,-. .,.. .~- -..= ,._ ti
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ls.: l.1:i2i l a JI }!lG G~tt~ ~ti~:;trl' . l,p Yngold, Christopher Kelk, 1893- 471 Sttttctutv and mech:utism in organic rlteiuistry. Ithaca, I Cornell University Press,19:>3. t 828 p. Illus. 25 cm. (The George I'isher Laker nonacadent leo- turrship in chemistry at Cornell Uulvetsity, iJ:,0-51) 1. Cltemistry, PLysical iittd theoretical. 2. Chetnistry, Org+tnic. L Tlt]e. 53-884(9 1
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\ ~'3 IJ1r At . Jourly~Lhe~i.OJoc~CSuppl~~i964) 599956 0 1~58. , By J. H. ATKINsox, R., S. ATKINSON, and A. `v. JOHNSON. - Tho spectra, particularly nuclear magnetic resonance spectra, of the alkyl- ' py-rrolin-2-ones confirm that they contain a W-double bond but that the "thoxycarbonylpyrrolin-2-ones have the double bond in the A4Lposition. Several of the earlier structures suFg4stec} for the halogenation products of the ~' pyrrolin-2-ones have been revised. A number of condensation reactions of the py-rrolin-2-ones and of the halogenation products are described. , . . F- . n 1. p. 621; li. Fischer and H. Plieningcr, Z. physiol. Chem., 1943, 8'74, 231. = 1~. Fascher and 11. Orih, "Die Chemio des Pyrrols; ' 1937, voL 1, p. 124. 7xs structure and chemistry of the pyrrolinones has attracted interest for some time as they fonn the terminal rings of the bile pigments and they have bhen used extensively in syntheses of Li!e pigments and related compounds.i Hans Fischer= regarded the compounds as 2-hldroxypyrroles (1) and nearly all compounds containing this ring system were formulated ~ r 11. Fischer and H. Orth, "Die Chemie des Pyrro:s," Akademische Verlag, Leip:.ig, 1937, voL II ~ .
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~ 50272 5518 . ; . , . POLYMERS L POLYMERIZATION--NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE/POLYMERS & POLY"fF.RIT.ATInN/ POLYMERS & POLYME~IZATION--FLUOrESEENCE/ POLYMRRS.& POLWtERIZATION--SPECTROSCOPY/ FILMS, PLASTIC/ Enc~land A IIALSTED PRESS BOOK ....<~,;. ~ ~ OYIN WILEY & SONS \ Eafteufby , ; _ ~ 1. M. WARD` Departmcnt oJPhysics, Unicersity ojl.eeds.
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• -=~-14-1~I==Aa-.%~T4B;4CC0--TERi''ENES/ SYI3TiaTsSIS,OI'GA.'qIC/TOBACCO--~orrs.~cz1tr-r-TS1 50272 552~t . { , . : . TOBACCO--FLUE-CURE RJROCLRIJT'.I~'o~/FArrnlti.F.T 74 VI .1a ~ Aasen, A. J.; VoBt, C. H. G.; Enzell, C. R. (Swedish Tobacco Co., Res. T•ep., Stockho:m, Swed.) Manuscript to be published; "-1 4 p. (1974) (in English) . ~ *Keywords:* drim-8-en-7-oue, cured, constituent. ...~,K....~~ -' !
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50272 5511 ~ Di. PCTAId L-K.b.0r+i One of-the groups of tobacco constituents which has received some , attention is the terpenoids. Tobacco has been a rich source.of a variety of different isoprene-derived compounds. One of the first terpenes to be reported'in tobacco was solanesol, a.C-45 compound or a tri-sesquiterpene - ~ t.• alcohol which has beeh found iri a number of other plants in addition to tobacco. Th~ dir,terpenOe, nUeop~hy tadi~ e ~wc~JQ o first reported in tobacco ' ~f1 fr - l , .. . ' and has since been found in some other plants:-, A number of unusual diterpenes ;./,'i . c / i r
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~50272 5505 ~ . _. .. .- - .. .,.~.. . - .=. - ,,. . _ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 79 VI' Q~ ~ K. . TOBACCO--LIPIDSI/ TOBACCO--BIOCIIEMISTRY/ _,(Univ, Ky „ Coll, Med., Dep. Biochem., 1.exi.ngton, Ky., U. S.) . . .Hsieh, T. C. Y.; Kaul,-K.; Laine, R.•A:; Lester, R. L. - Biochemistry 17 (No. 17) 3575-81 (1978) (in•English) =, -. .. .._. . . .. r *Keywords•:* 2-Deoxy-2-acetamido-D-glucopyranosyl( 1->>4)-D-glucurono- green, constituent. pyranosyl(a1~2)myoinosit'o1-1-0-phosphocera:nide ., ' ~ }iluf Mc chcrnca structrc o a major glycorhos- ~ phoca:ramidc from tobacco 1cavcs, callcd PSI: I[K. Kau] and '' R. /- Lcstcr (1975), I'lanl Phl•siol. 55, 120), has now bccn , ~ charact;crizcd as 2-dcoxy-2-acctamido-D-glucopyianosyl- ;'~ (nl-•d)D-glucuronopyranosl,l(nl- •2)iayoinosito1-1-0- ':; phosFUoccramidc. Sites of Blycosidic )inkaBc wcrc dctcrmincd y~ by (1) mcthylation analysis on a trisaccharidc isolated by ' ~....--....~s .a ~}_ . .. ~- --. . . . , .n r . _ . . i1,.5 ~ s ~ .. . rdcBradation of caibnxyl-rcduccd PSL-1 and (2) rcrio;'ate toxidation cxpx;rimcn{s on 1'SL-1. Thc resulting products %% cre' !idcntificd with gas chromatograplryfinass sprclrom.lry. /lnomcric confBurations..•crc determined by resicLancc of the I ~ suB:irs in the lx racetylatcd trisaccharide to chromium tri. -1iJe ~itrcltmcnt » _'- ._. _ .. : . •-• ,` ... . f
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~ ~ 9 .Structure and Properties of Polymerss V. Journa2 of Po?;rtncr Science, Pt. C . Polymer Symposia, tto, 9, 1.0, 11, 12, 13 . 19G5- Interscience (k'i ley) New York t .~..~..~.-_
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~ 50272 5520 ` IIIj~~~,r'~'JI~dD~YRDP3I2TZi~S`OF' 2CLYt4ERTC CIIEL~IT'ES= Tel -~-iy:"S?RUCTURB:~=SIIAP$ :0~ ;I'OLYL'IN~~.kt~~1~E~~:- • .'•QiEIyATEfi (1969) Tc3psaie, Ph. STRUCTURE A23D PROFERTILS OP POLMP,IC CtiE14D1ES ZV. STRUCrUPE AtIU SIiA.pB OF POLY9INYLAMIIIE CIiBLATES IN AQUEOUS SOT.ZJTION, b;* Ph. xe; SBfie, C. Dereene and M. T, Te, ge{e Mr.'szosuo].. Chea. 84 51-63 (1965)
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BIOPOLYMER3 VOL. 13, 1975-2001 (1974) ~G! -df4* _ 76 50272 5510 : K. H. GARDNERt and J. BLACLrWELL,tt Department of.. Macrornolecular Science, Case Western Reserve University, an 03-H. ..0a' intramolccular bond and an 06-H... 03 intermolecular bond along the a axis. All these bonds lie in the 0'20 planes, ]and the structure is an array of hydrogen- bonded sheets. A major consequence of this work is that regular chain folding can be result that an 02'-H... 06 intramolecular bond is formed. The structure also contains or alternating sense (antiparallel) were refined against the intensity data using rigid- body least squares procedures. The results show a preference for a parallel chain structure with specific chain polarity n ith respect to the c axis. The refinement places the --CH,OH side chains approximately 20° from the so-called tp conformation, with a Cleveland, Ohio 44106 Native cellulose has been shown to consist of a crystalline array of parallel ehains, based on the X-ray diffraction data for specimens from the sea alga Vafonia ucntricosa. The unit cell is monoclinic with dimensions a - 16.34 X, b- 13.72 A, e - 10.38 A (fiber axis), and 0 - 97.0°. The space group is P2a and the cell contains d6accharide segmeats of eight chains. Models containing chains with the same sense (parallel) ruled out and cellulose is seen as extendtd clhain polymer single crystals. . .. . . . .. ... . .(~.. . •
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4 VI =dW,13670RX Oi~''I`[J~`'SOLnNONE PREi;UfcS025' F,~Q'I,- ICinzer, Glenn W. STRUCr.:RE OF 1,40 SOLAtlONE PRLUU::SORS FROM TOBACCC by Glenn W. Kinzer, Thc-r:a.. F. Page, Jr. and Robert R. Johne4n (ttatta,le M,.morial Institute, Organic Chv mistry Eivicion, Co1uw•bus, Ohio (Gh'K ar.d TL'i')); Bro•«rn & Willf-=scn TabFr_co Corporation, Research Deparcment, LcuisviJ.lc, Rentucky (1tRJ) ) To be published in: Journal of Organic Chemistry ~ R . ~ . ~ ~
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;. 150272 2 5480 aT.,QIE.4,FP~T Q*Q P ,0-I&. ~ JoY~nec~ap Yo.,ort Ro TI~~ STscjTyTLM.s GM-MUSTIMY AM SYI:TI-M-27S r=' S0IA?4OEMA RIOU 1'-MOM.A103 TSF;PMt K~'i0.~ ~TitwJ: TU'"..4Cv^Crlor by Koly-,rt R. Joane.ozi Fnd Jotn A. 1~ichol~o~. Jo,Vr. Owg. Chen. ~ prc;prinlv*, 19 pp.
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\ r`f , , (9:.'.v1) yf~t"F.t.fi Tffv CI0pI10'~. SC "JO$ ~f.G'd c! !~waj` •~ p~ :v~ •)I •ci Aq 'smozsssavo:) P.az ri VNITN'0rma NoYlvaoartj%3 iIA d.uzld ' SNYIIa NIHZ d0 eT•iiLMi:a3 i:Z "a • N `w,'tr`a -.c-. T f~_ - b~ (99Gt) S.~UIS,.fiZ.1,: ,':07' IV ' ....Ii:O.~it3j , 'f:*I-xVL4kiV*va-•• 'C.~nI'da- } f t ~-Z2ti!d -•' 5N"!L: _?;~iik ±t 's¢`dmuIII -t
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J ~T~BJ . VI jM§1l:13aORX' OI+`~'I1,T0` 50LANON SPRECUftSOZS -FAO:-L,, ICinzar, Glenn W. STRUCrJRE OF r40 SOLANONE PRL;.•U;:SORS FhOM TOBACCC by Glenn W. Kinzer, Thc-r.:ac; F. Page, Jr. and Robert P,. Johnpon (hatt:lZe M:morial Institute, drganic Chamiatry Divi^ion, Coluabus, Ohio (Gy*K and TI'p)), Brosrn & Will:=sca Tab, r_Go Corporation, Reaearch Department, Lcsisville, Rentucky (RR,?) ) To be published in: Journal of Organic Chemistry ,. , _~ _,..- \
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gi6anbarg, D.' THE STRUCT[TRE A2:D pF.OPE1tTIES QF WATER, by D. Eieenbcrg and w. Kauzmmr.a 1969 • , 296 Ptzges Oxford Unieersity . London PrEems
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DATA "-PROCESSING/ COMPUTERS/ QA.. Ga - 1977
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~ 71 OF.-a'AGk.i. 3tt :11NiTED. STATTS. . . i:= ~ r.. -.MABIUFAC.xURING. INDUSTRIES,..].948_ z4- 1964,, RipZay, Frank Chatrn '~ TliB STRUCTURE 07 WAGES IN UNITED STATES t~.~APii1PAC2'tJP.ING ::'.ByJSTP:ES, 1948 to 1964 1969 . 90 raSos Hatroard Uaivarot ;.'y CambridSe, M :oar. 1
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1 / FORTRAN(Computer Program Language)/COMPUTERS--PROGRAMMING/ Paul Cress Systerns qimnsions L,6rfterf Ottaws. Anuario
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Structure~proper.ties,.-and Application_, <voU,2:jr BenninS, Calvin J. PLP.STIC FOAJ1S: The Pry3J.cs and Chemictry oi Product Performance and Prc,cess xechnology, 4=o].. 1-Cheiciatry and Physics of Koan Form..stion. 11Al.. 7-.Ct1_'ttrttirA nriJ~ortf.no, ^«' !! AY~taC:~1^.... 1969 2 Vo1a. :di.loy-Interscience New 1'ork.
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s i I. . a ' ...0 ~~- - --•--•---..,. ~ • . ,. , J,. . . II." STRUCTURES OF THREE ISOIERIC'OCTADECADIENOIC ACIDS POSSESSING DIVALENT CATION IONOPHOP.ETIC ACTIVITY /'~ . III. t?NSECTICIDAL COLO?ONENTS OF 1DILL AND ISE PLANTS A thesis submitted to the Graduate School of the University of G'isconsin-Madison in partial fulfillment of I 4 . 150272 5539 ANTIBIOTICS--CIIEMISTRY/nISSF.P.TATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN/ . \ !
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IANG RAHGE PLUMIt3G SE ;VZCE - ItESEARCH REPORT3. 1964-to date 8ookleta tYeulo hezK, California \
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t (1961) ZI-II£ (V 'oN) Sa ('x;TA5) vMqo ('Iio 8mos t0I3.1g;ng mo.t; pa3sioSj 0911101 0 Aaq3o aq3 Jo elvsyluAg pav ainjsn4Z3) 'tYQ?.S 'f4 PUV BYpQaS 'd '0 Xq `.mOf~~ISO~t .I~'3.~i0S;IL~1.9`i{1H SilY 0 U 3. SuQm SSQ L,SiwL'.S atm F:42=IjsliO:! •d 'o 'IaplaS gT pT G "11 :3 ?::t:1J.0 SIS11{T~~IAS.zI~14X~;,~?il f !
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i ~ LOUIS A. HILL JR. Arizona Stnte; Universfty >- PrenUce-Hdl, Inc. +`... En`/ewood QiR ,.rsey s NewJe 07632 ~. 'l ' r.;. '\ ~ Vj.L}'. ~ / ....~«....-r-~ ` -- . \
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r-I nritvvIGil" FtZ;:::c.:: FTi \
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L Arotnatic cotnpouuds. t. Title. QD331.B2 ; 547.25 54-3317 ~ Library of Cougress U t1Qt ` w Badger, Geoffrey Dlalcolm. Tho structures & reactions of the ~romatic con~po1,i+ds. Cambridge tEng.t Uttivctsity PiV-s.s,1J54. 456 P. illus. 23 cm. \ w • l. - - S` .~ . 1 \
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.a . _, ANTIBIOTICS--CliEMISTRY/nISSERTATICNS--tTNIt'ERSITY OF WISCONSIhy/ QD 377 Ca 1976 I. STRUCTURES OF' OLIGOMYC INS A AND C IL- , _ III. tI1dSECTICIDAL Co1-TONENTS OF IDILL AND 1ANISE PLANTS !l thesis submitted to the Graduate School of the University of ti;isconsin-Madison in partial fulfillment of. the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy. \ . \
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0 . .JA)tE8 F. DEATIIERAOEt ASD KEITH .1IOFFAT# Sedion of hiochentiXhy, Molecular and Cell Ilio"Jil . Cornell Univeraity, Ilbaca, X.Y. 1dSi3, U.S.A. WH t;:f . , . tf r~ . • .. . . . . • . (Reccited 1Y.Yovember 1978, and iil rtviaed foriu 24 May 1979) We have comparedd tlto structure of horse nitric oxide hemoglobin (1-II)NO) n1ul VI Re -8 _ . , . J.11to1. I1iot. (1979) 13-1, -101-117 1 ~ 50272 5513 : S.P, ~ . . . rrotheurufilubin in tho ox_v quntornnry xtrueture bv difli•rencu Fuurier nrurlrKia nt 2•8 A resulutiOi. Both nitric oxitlo and uxySon as.Qurnrw lxnt co-ur4 Iin,rtis,n goomotry and form luw-spin complexes in binding tb hcrnu; on tho ImxiK uf pre. forrod ligand arrd hemo stereoehemistry, Hb\O is ,the ckisest unnlog of 11102 (oxyhcrnol;lubin) examined to dnto. To the resolution of the X-ray rlnta, tho storeochetnistry of the lromo-KO compMx in hemoglobin nncl tho currr%1xmdin};. freo hotno cumplox appears similnr. In contrast, the ligorul Ix,cki•tri in Iromo);lobin Irindor Uinding of cyanido nnd carlx,n monoxido in thi•ir ptrferral linr•,nr axial co•unlirurtiou inndea and furco them to itssrane a str.rinrrl uti'-nxis bindirry; xten~u- elwmistry. structurnl siuiilarity between }ib\O rnul 1ibt)y is reQ~~rterl in • their kinotic Ix~hn~•'iur, which is similar, and distinct fruui that of cnrlxrxylremd= glOt)t~l ~ ~r;;~ f~ 'AAM, ::',1 4 ~•.f.s't'. 9 ,
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,,Qrueturs: a!'~. moi.eaul:;s -aad t~;rk~.~t~.i~cr bopdJI Syrkin, fA K Structure of molecules and the chemical bond, written by Y. Ii. Syrkin hnd Di: E. Dyatkina. Translated and rev, by bL- A. Partridge and D. 0. Jordan. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1950. !z, G0J p. diagre. 26 cm. ~ TraIISlRtlotl of XHMH4eCKaA CBA3b H CTpoeHHe MOACKYlI (tr+lll4llteYS- ated: Khlmicheskafil svfilz' I stroenle molekul) Includes blbliographies. Ii. E., joint author. 1. Valence (Theoretical chemistry) 2. Molecules. I. Dfdtkina, b0-14G98 („1D4G9.S913 ' ~ ) 541.39
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. {50272 5537 INTERPRETATION OF LOW -RrSOI_UTION,hJASS SPECT_RA BY ~:SS1rICAT1ON ,1WITII NI's1Gll-BOR SLI~aC T R A r R O~1~T_ A L I B R A R Y.. n.L T L' 1t A4 I N A T I O;\! K. V a r m u z a CEP~;Ia'i ;EUR OF CG: ~1;Ef;CE ,~...~ Environmental Protection Agency Research Trtanglc Park, North Car.o_lina 1974 - ., .r. . , . Ynternretation of Low Resolution gass Snectra bY Cla.^,si3'3cPti.on with I~ei:~~:hor~Saectrr_ fro.., ». - -- L`ctar,-,inati~.o of R:oJ.ccuiar St?-uctures. ~ ...~~:G.-..,._~~.,~...~,7~,~..,~ UCST.:NCE CLASSES AND 1I1"L'M1CAL
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..r~Tuf /i?~t •'JT?T lYi.i.-I`^~~ KT:%~:l as `U GOPt ..,,;. :,;.
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~50272.5549 ENGLISH LANGUAGE--RHETORIC/4lRITING/ '.7- : \ BY Witli Revis_ions, an Introduction' and a ChalVcr on Writing BY E. B. Wj TIT F E
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VOLUME VIII THE •IlNMOLE ALK.ALOIDS. . ~ 196s 0000 i.73y~?. A~muC pItESS • NEW YOHK • LONDON , .. - --..~..-------.-.- , _ Clie-M3.strS and Ph:~-siola ;~~ . . ~. _.... _.. _.,,.... ..,. ,
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50272 5533 A T-4 IF.F.P .. TRANSACTIONS ON INFORMA97ON 9•ItF:oRY. VOt. 1T•23, NO. G, NOVFMRIat 1977 ' 78 III Mo ~ ~ "~ not mattoi3' , ~ :~ + ~d ma; v:Ari:`vIGYW ~ RS. . . - . " ~ .~ - . . ~, ~. I f7a pJ1 W~~"~~fI (oiCe~":~i ~m~Y~~ ~~.~ Vi/S W. I 1 ~~r\ -_ . SALVATORE D. MORGERA, MBMB)rR, I);EB, AND DAVID B. COOPER, MrMJ3);R, IFBL~ , . ..,..:~... . ... Abstract-lu this work.vo explore a number of questions arising rccognition, earth resource satellite multispcctral data classifi- in the Gaussian lwo-catcl;ory classification prublem when the cation, adaptive linear prediction, adaptive antenna array pro- comnion covariance matrix is unkno«•n and must be estimated in cessing, ete.'Jho m^.nner in which the results impact the array order to approximate the hyporplano for decisionmaking, which processing area is discussed in some dctail. :., r•-.= Is optimum for tho true covariancc mntrix. Computed curves and, ~+ : ~ In sonte cascs, closed form cxpres.cioas are prescntcd for describm.. the pcrforma:,cc of such adaptive systcros as a function of data di- I. INTRODUCTION . mensionality and learning sample s.ize. In partkulnr, v:•e show that ~" ,1fIE OI~)GINAL motivation for this work was ' ' i . ~....~:a,..~.~ c.... ..... _... ... _ _•___ - - ~ •'-- through the use cf some a priori knoa•lcdge of covariance matrix i- _4L.a sheclilc prOULCL`7 in sonar adapttve IIrra j' prOCessing structure. We usc: the adaptive filter uulput sil;tuil-to-tuterfcrcrce wherein the received wavefortn consisted of a target signal j:, noise power ratio (SIR) as a n.c:scrc of detection pcr rm~!~]cc t r~] us quasi-stationary inteiference noise. It is important ~' compare cslims>~rs dipfll faa voklotati~nar~stea6ast~ this case 10 understand the limitAtinn nn t.hP ratp A+ '; proccss troepiuz Jorm covareance mat!,ix) with an estimator do- which a sclf-orgnnizing se.~.sor array [1)-[.) can adwpt in signed for agcneral sample covariance matrix. The ratio of ex- a ordar to munnntze the inffunce of the intrrferrnrp nn~~n- - ti
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/ 50272 5538 .1300 74 III Hi' Vol. 13 (1965) 01 -M7STj~ RGA\tT(:-..STRii('-T ]PF iIRTF.RAtrNF.TTON/ fCtiem. Pj~arni. Bu~1. CHEMISTRYsQRGANIC--INFRARED' ShCTROSCOPY/UDC 541. 515.4.02 - lup~)s3oo....t3co~~~~ • - . : • ' :'~ ~ l„~..?~ : ` • • .. . , , .. x , ~ _' • ~ ' 166. Kentaro Hir3ga (Chemical Research Laboratories, Rcscarch &- Development Division, Takcda Chemical Lrdaslries, Lld.•') .1 11
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14. _f7-..._. .Strycluios . alkaloids,' v: /+-. Muke, Richard I1e7zuth FrEd, Ii~tN c:I. Ti .^.a AT.,KJIIAIIAS 3 CiMIST'RY E.1lD F'fiYS:f4UGYp ed:itcd by R. H. F. t.anake and Fi. L. IioJs:~.on. ttow Yorkp Qcadcaic Prese$ 195a- ,
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M= ~`sTtit3C1`!~t`.t9''T6P'-RES~*.T- TM~ LIFFF,GTS O:~.~c ~~~l23<B~'F~OSI UNS'.;ww-- - U. S. DepErtu: nt of the A:my STI:UC'111RES TO RLSIS 4 idF i:MrPICTS OF ACCIDE2IT?.L ML03YCPSS, by U. S. Departr.;ent of the Army, U. S. De partr,ent of the Navy, o+ad U. v. ucPbrtwr-ui: Vi the Nir roZCe. 1969 U. S. Go:•ernxnant 1'rinting 0:€fce variounly paged Washington, D.C., .__y._...~..-
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r ~ ~ yt R. H. F. T1lexsxE Domiinian Rubb••r Reswreh Laborabxy Ouelph, On[ario, Cawido ~ ALKALOIDS Chemis ti•~- ~~,~~ d ~'1.~~-si v~.oa3~ VOLUIIE VIII
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r..:~.- . Z 710 , St W"MULP 1965 Standards and specifications inforination sources; a guide to literature and to public and private agencies concerned with technological ur.iformitift Ibyl' Erasmus J. Struglia. Pref. by Roger E. Gay. Detroit, Gale Ftesearch Co, 119651 181 p. 23 cm. (lfanagement Information gulde, 6) 1. $tandardisatton-C. $.-131b1. 2. 9peclCcations-Bibl. r. Title. (serles) ' - 016.3896 65-24559 Llflrary of Congresa I31 F,.,,.~.,..,~ r.~.~..~. . . : . *;-.. ,,, ~,
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.=~ SUGARS--MANUFACTURE ANI) TRADE/S4;EETENERS/ , r , f 50272 5530 . , L i'
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1 , 2 f f na c ru p w ssens af., an . e1t /~ C~ c Jo (.l7?Z~ ~ ' Aus dem Institut fiIr Lebensmittcichcmie der Tet:hnische:z. Universitdt und der Deutsthen Forschungsanstalt fur Lebensmtttekhemie biunchen Strllbtur und Geschtunck siil~er und bittercr VcrLinduu-en H D Belit V : on z . Mit 2 Abbi2dungen und 9 TabeUen t. 42996. BELfrZ, H.-D. (tnst. Lebensmit:elchem., Tech. unlv. 4. Jun! 1973) Muench., l.uthst. 17, B0OJ ~tucnchen :, W. Cer.) Strul:tur und Gesch- Die Lebensl aufnahl Verzeh: schiede: dtllClCe - hydrophoblcltv and stde c`a;na which causes ~'arytn; deRrees of : bitterness in pept:das, dtpepcides, sacaripruteln Complexes, citric fUhren. fiavanor.e tlycosides and lhvanane hasporidosides are also esplored lr Sicht des Nahrungs- eln fiir den ihl von ver- thmacksein- tter zuriick- ! Wie _._ _ -- _.. __ __ _' _ zeigt fehlt i \ ..+...r..~a.+~.eu... .... . BITTER SUBSTANCES/SWEETENERS/TASTE--TESTING/FLAVORANTS--C?tEraSTF.Y/ 50272 5526 ~ 74 III Be " Zeitt hri t iIr Er " n s i h h • Bd 12 H J °- ' mack suesser und bitterer Vcrbind,in4tn. (Stntrture and taste of sa•eet and bitter rcm,:osr.dsJ Z EA2:AF Nkl '2bt3-ls~:~rec iL~ Ctr.~--Yt:ena104 groups furr.::nga 60• angle fulfill the reqatrem^r.ts of the proton donor-pruton; re^.entor sys:em [c- sWeet tastln; eampaWids. Structural peeuliaruas .+hieh deviate (ram t!:is Cas:c fa-r.tut.t and resul! en d;f:erer.t de:r:cs of sw•eetncss in su4-ars, camino aciQs, di;.eptiee estera aad d:hydro- elulcone neot:esperido;idns are di.:cussed. Ttvt relat:onship be;veen --...' U I
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ttICROBIQUt?GSGAL ASSAY OF PLANT CP.aa''i'it RCGULaa$S, by Fdmund Srrsa?lczyk, -And Maziaa J4ichnieseics Acto: Microbiol. Poloaica 17 (tlo. 1) 25-29 (1968)
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Q ACTA MICROBIOLOGICA POLONICA 9er. B 1972, Vol. 4(21). ho. 3:155-:64 ZZ Me-74 / Exiraction and Determination of Aspergillus flavus a ti Metabolltes Aflatotins from Meat Products~ ~. ,, .•. From the erinary Ny ~ene Re arch St tion, GdarSsk Poland Received 10 December 1971 On the base of the many methods for the extraction and determination of aflatoxini from csreafs a method of aflatdxin extraction in meat products was elaborated. Methanol with water and chloroform were used for the extraction, and petroleum ether, benzene and hexane were used for defatting the samples. Besides, 30 different combinations of solvents were selected to find the tiest of them for developing TLC plates. Separation of interfering substances of meat extracts from aflatoxins and resolution of four aflatoxins (B1, B:, G,. G,) were obtained when combi- petroleu.- n ether benzene chloroform nation lsation of hexane and acetone was used. , , , , ~ Introduction -, Some A. Jfal7rs strains are toxioenic. They can grow on several -meat products• tspecially on durable fermented sausages and smoked meats. Salami and smoked :.r f
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X He10 73 . S.P. RJR CLASS :10. PaMPHLET X Me10-73 S.P. orper!D°l; Willard, D. H. ; Howard, E. B. ~~. I , (U. S. At. Energy Comm., Battelle Mem. Inst., Pacific Northwest Lab., ~ EAviroa. Life Sci. Div., Richiand, Wash., U. S.) STUDIES OF INHALED RADOV DAUCIiTERS, URA.JIU:I ORE DUST, DIESEL EXHAUST, ( AND CIGARETTE SaOKE IN DOGS AND HAMSTERS. ' t U S D C er Nat Tech Inform Serv S rin fie1d Va n (n d) . . ep. f P g + •+ •P• • ~ (in English)
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50272 5545 ,. VI Re9-79 STRUCTURE-EFFECT INTERACTIONS IN SELECTED CANCEROGENIC NITROMINES. S . P. - ~ PltaTmaziQ31 F.I,11(197g)- . ;`v :a Scl.lion Pbarmazir ilcr nlJrGn-Luthcr•un7vcrsnat rWnQ-wnucnucrV, hlallc lJaarc), unu Instrtut tur Af,oulCkCnwcstln, tsomn Anhand von i.itcraturlMfunJen wnrdc versucht, fiir aua- ;;ewahlte kanzcrugenc \itnnruninc Sttuktur-Wirkun;;•r Itcsichun};cn aufzuacllcn. - . ality;lichc wirkmechani.oren wcrilcn Qiskulicrt. 1. l:inleltun5 Itic in Jcr Fachlitcralur, ahcr auch in tier Offcntlichkcit stark IK•achtctcn Ui;kussiuncn zur l:anzcru;;cuitat der Xit•o.aminc 1,rNJ0 O,ttttl (NO) und ini %uGUUmcnhang damit dfN AnrinYphcnaznnx, R= = 0,l19aQJ diente un. als Anra•I;ung. dio in tler Tab. nufgcfiihrlcu XO cincr Z,:r~ (~ .:7 3,:8 StrukUrr-\\'irkungsv\nal)-se zu untcrziehcn Ll, 7, 8). SAQ - Q,0387U _ ' Es r:ullte vrrsucht wer8en, quantitatit•e Rezichungcn zwiuhen phy.ikuchcmischen liigenschaften der NO uud Jeren luulo- J. Itrispisl l;izchcr 11'irkung (Kunxerugcnitut) aufzufindcn.;.:: ,,. : . Y e((Xz. Xi. Xa) , . . . _ . . ... .. w~_ . _ ._ _ .,. .... .. .. , .-i..~r_.. '1'abelle Kanzerogenitil (Y; nach 1Vfcbuok (7lund physikoehemische Subslituentenparameter (XI) aus6ew3hller Nitrosamtne (1ZO) ) 6 krg != 0.41677 + 2.77212n - 0,4u3•IJa!-• 0.01564016 (.) horrClatinn.ttlalrix ,,.,. . Y ; X1 xs 1,1N10 - 0,ri23 - 0,tia
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S0272 5565 7 ~~ . ~N~BNtVI.-1221 r 4,1e llc Tdo rt1,w•sf t3 , : a ~w . PLUTONIUM INHALATION STi1DIES' ` D. g. Wittard, W. J. Bair • ~ _ ...~... _..- - - . . • .. LECTURE 1 TECHNOLOGY USED IN PLUT0NIUM INNALATION STUDIES* ; Principat Invsattoators: J. F. Park,
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~,,...,.. , it ,r`> Chronic bronchitis, emphysema and cor pulmonale, by C. 11. Stuart-Harris and T. IIanley. Written in collabora- tion with 1linrjorio Clifton tand others, Bristol, J. Wright, 1957. v, 295 p. Illus. (part col.) maps. 22 cm. Includes blbltogrnph,les. 1. Ilronchttlq. 2. Emphysema, Pulmonary. 8. 1'uimonary a:tery- Dtseases& i. Haunley, Thomas, Jolnt author. n. Title. A 58-63?2
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50272 s575 C_ r G~~ 7'L4 li liycopathofogia.Vt \tlcolo; ia applicata, rof:.f5,0-4)pag. 4.iJ-'P.d, IOi I II Me-74 +AFLATOXIN D•1' REIiOVAL FRO1I AQUEOUS ' S'P' LR1Ui:f AURAN- SOLUTiONS BY FLAVOBAC~ . - , , TIACUM . E. B. LILLEHOJ,~Whim-c-p ("i. `t- SHA`\O\ / ~RG O. L. $HOT14'ELL. ASssawcr - In liquid cultures growing and stationary phase cells of FfavoLaderium auran- fiacwm ANRRL B-184 eliminated aflatoxia 11s. Toxin eencentrationsof 15/ig/mland 37.5 f+g(ml interfered with bacterial growth. and at the hiqher level 4.4 Erg 31, was removed from the growth medium by a milligrani (dry.wright) of bacteria. Toxin was completely removed from tte liquid medium by incubating 5x 10l• resting eells per milliliter with 8 frg/rnl of aflato<in ~It for 4 b. Attempted recovery of >Ii from cells following incubation otthe bacteria with the toxin demonstrated that the Mi was essentially nonextractable. Bacterial cells also removed aflatoxin Mh from I ~,... r,._.s~..~M . •. _..,. -. ..-x~ ~~~_•... •~._...,........ ,~-..-.-..._....~.-.....---- ~ ... \ toxin•contaminated milk. •!. . , .. _ . ' ! .Ai.><•cxOf-r and coworkers (1-4) and DEIoacH et al. (10, 11) - found hydroxylated aflatoxin derivatives in the milk of cows fed --r'- :~ 7 a
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severau aeeaues. ttcasonaute correlation nas ueen ontatneu urtween tneorcucat ana etp.•nmrnuu studies, but the beha.•ior of .ery fine K0.01 tan ( particies requires further refinement. l'ruperties of particlc shape, chartte, and hypruscopicity as well as the degree of renpiratory tract itathoioiry •lno infiuence deposition patterns and further experimrntal work is urgently needed in these • as9 e i uet ul dep ositiun pattrrns of dynamic alterations in inspiratury flow profilrs . 5 0 0. 0 e~sed ~y a~riet~uf i~atlt~g pattrrns also requirca further Rtudy, and the use of such tcehni. ' ~~~ ~. ~ . . , ~. .,. . . . . 'IUeoretital models of respiratory tract deposition of inhaled particles are compared to ex• petimental studies of deposition patterns in humans and animals, as determinal principally by putkle size, density, respiratory rate and flow parameters. Various models of inhaled particle f • deposition make use of convenient approximations uf'the respiratory tract to predict tractional j deposition according to fundamental physical procexses of impaction, sedimentation, and difus• sfon. 1Mese theoretical ~inodeis for both total deposition and regional Ina>opharryngcal, tracheobronchiai, and pulmonary I drposition are comparcd with experimental studics of inhaled .;.1 -d,urts In humans or experimental animals that ha.e beeq performed in many labor•torie% u.er normal.ersus disease conditions. Mrchanisms of conducting uirway and nl.euiar clearance pro• t in~ol~in mucuciliary clrnrnnrr, dis+uhuion, transport to s~+temic circulation, and. _,W'1>u, •-77 Dositon' rp*'.'an"d Clearance' of Inhaled ques with selected inhaled particle .i:e holds promisr in pu%aible diupnu»tic aid in diat;nusis of Etevimnm t l N P en a ealth . :. ersti pecves ~i `~C~~~ Vol.l6,pp•41-5s,1976
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~~ 1 50272 5548 1514 , jco E E . . Coaa, aJTLIt3CS OF BZ©Cja;.`=p.Y. , ?.t~D ~AZTIC~N, by 8. 8. coan, and p. x. StVeampf 468 rcaEes 'Hew Yotk; Y:i..;.
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50272 5564 .r_ '71. • . •- . . . . . . _ N =^ . Deposition_of Inhaled Aerosa% : . r. ..~10• S.P. ;ft.mj"yr.ft PbD, Richland, Nssb -- '- •~ lStuaa of Acrosols i i • on t pcpos 1 J 1973 ~. 6p•'13 11rch lntern Dled/Vol 13.an tr.& devetooment of theoretical modets ' ~ and t.he ezperimental studies that have oeen ' aerosds in . ne describe the deposition of d o tract as a function of particle -' irato ry the resp si:e and respiration patterns. Descriptions of '.. the anatomical structure of the respiratory, - air flows, and the physicaf behavior of tract . '•. airborne particles illustrate the basis of the _,.wA& nf inhaled oartiCie deposF ........ ...-^-- - • . ~~~r Ps~titlC deilsity. sh3p'. i:rCS'.OF r: i~ intiucn:e ;:aiC:. Cc',~:l:iTBii,;~s ha ' ogy i ind pt . J i o • d depos r n a end the particle size disiributi s 1 11on;ite of theinhaled aerosol influence the ... resuttant biological responsa.
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(TQbt) LS-TS '75i •acD •ua2og 2aeni5 'M TToli Rui `AaKlg3 '3I A=aA AQ ' oon tiPw 't:adSom ' 8T9t-an'd g0 JGTYATlov J:iICI'~I`1~~2i - HJ~sO~J` xN~'Id $AYZ4J`sy~IJJ ~ . . _ ._ : .. ..
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V _r---. . \ 50272 5561 . Hartshorne; 'Norman Tiolt. Crystals and the polarising microscope; a handbook for chemists' and others, by T'. H. Hnrtshorne=artd A. Stuart. ; t2d ed.l London, Arnold 11950j ztl, 473 p. 11lua. 22 cm. ' Includes bibliographies. 1. Crystallography. 2. Microscope and microscopy. 8. Polar[sation (Llght) i. Stuart, Alan, Jolnt author. II.'ritle. QD941.1133 1050 (-7)1 518.9 51-9308 i53u7j
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\ : -X7 -:- __ _ rEtIRMTu::Ir:c: I:1E rNrFRr:Mc+NAz, MAuKrr. 1965 = 176 p. ` Arrmericsn Mar.r.r,srent Ansociation Naw York ~.--~.~..._.....--
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{ 50272 5554 tA ARSENIC--DETERMINATION/AERYLLIUM/CADMIUM/CHROMIUa/CYANIDE/LEAD l/ ?31 ::. MERCURY/POLYCHLORINATED BIPHENYLS/ . ;O . 1. REPORT NO. 12. . 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIOMNO. )75 EPA 560/7-75-001-1 The MITRE Corporation Westgate Research Park - .McLean, Virginia 22101•.: •. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Compilation of State Data for Eight Selected Toic- Substances"~: ADDRESS 112. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 1 Office of Toxic Substances U:S. Environmental Protection Agency+' ~ Washi ngton, D. C. 20460 "` In June 1974, the Office of Toxic Substances, EPA, contracted with MITRE to ~~~~ ~ collect And-janalyze toxic substances data in the. U.S.: In the next 14 months;:a"' MITRE cddtabted)ag0ncAs On 10 Oy 3tatjes ;9nd collected and analyzed their monitoringi data.' This report describes that effort and. discusses the amount, type and useful. J nocc nf thP data and.the toxic_substances monitoring capabilities of the state y ~ a 4 c 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 13. T PE OF REPORT AND PERIOD Fri nal 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE . 2LA328 4 T NO. 4 Y a S a r -September, 1975 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE
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Pa'tz r?~ vy+ C . ~,...,~ w ~^ t.t~1. ~ / _ . o -- ~ S~''"`°'~ "' `'N'l L d~~ RJR CLASS- fi0. PAPSPIILET 75 X S tl ~ / O~cut, Hackett :' ; Filipy, R. E.; Palmer, R. F.; Ragan, H. A.; , In . , : , j s N . . . . .. . . . P. L. : ° .-. H'S. ~' (BatteYle Mem. Inst'.,' Pacific _ Northwest Lab: ,~ Biol. Dep. ,~ Richland, 0 ~&: Wash., U. S.) .~ ;: >: . . - , DAUGHTERS WITH URANIIJM ORE 1DON ; ' THE BIOLOGICAL. EFFECTS OF INHALED ~ AGLZ uuU~• `... $F IDT MOKZNG . . ., AND CIGARETTE S lish) E i ng n Health Phys. 27 (No. 6) 628-9 (1974) ( .-i'.....:. . . . . . , . .. . ...._.._..J
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Jmperial Chemical Industries, ltd. Analytical Chemieta' Committee. The determination of toxic substances in air; a manual of I.. C. I. practice. Edited by N. StrnfCord, C. R. N. Strouts, _. W. V. Stubbings. Cambridge iF.ng.) IieO'er 11956, 1. Air-Analysia L Strafford, Norman, ed. u. Title. ui. Title: Toxic substances in air. QD121.1 5 '. ~ 543.7 Library of Congress 17, 56-3907 1 r L 77,777777777771 aj.~zj,;• ~n ..~~ . s ' ... ... . ~.fi .... • - . ' . .. ~~
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huechi; J., BEZIEHUr:GEN ZWISCHEN DEN PHYSIKALISCH•- CHEMISCHEN EIGENSCHAPTEN, DER CHEMISCNEti REAKTIVITAET UND DER LOKALlNAEST1iETISClII:'!i WIRKU:ZG BEI EINICEN PItOCAT2iHG.;OLOGEN (Relationship between'physical chemical properties, the chemical reactivities, and the local aneathestic,effectiveness of some Procain-Howo2ogen), by J. Buechi; X. Perlia, and S. P. StuApch ~......~>-- \
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SMOKING HABITS--U. S./DRUG ABUSE/MARIJUANA/ALCOHOLISM/ I SMOKING HABITS--STU.,DENTS/ .. Rc Highlights From « . ~._~....._--
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~50272 5550 .~ BIOG PHIES--DICTIONARIES/NORWAY/SWEDEN/DENMARK/I-CELAND/ FINLAND/ low WHO'S 1NH0 the lntemetiond prominent psrsondfliss /n Dsnmsrk red eeries Vertep GmbH sans 1S.Q'b bloprsph/ss ollMnp under Lioenoe of WHO'SfiWV0 AG Zurioh FJn/snQ ke/and, Nawsylnd Swsdsn. Iln sxArnsJnr sppsndix piws up-b- - dsh Inbrnution on pollfkg . ; isi; Mtsll.ctusl, enonomk snd ~=• iodsl INfr end inbmstkndy nnown snMryris.~ _
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! Z 50272 5567 .~ 699 ~ - -i St 1966 Litroductory computer programming. NeW York, PTiley 119GG~ . ... : x[,155 p. illue. 24 cm.
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50272 5546 I)ic 5uchc rwch k:doricnarmcn Siift%tufferi I1l. die Jcn n:ihrcndcn tmJ :ruclt uonct con dcr Luxu.gcx•Il.cn:dt mil uncr- %unxhtcn Eiycnschaftcn Ixlcgtcn althcr-. gchrachtcn Rohrzuckcr cr.cticn. anccr ylcichicitig dic .•on dcn fIcichcn Lcutcn cn):fckniifftcn \1a.dtcn der %uLtsuny.- axtilingunycn pr%,icrcn atllcn. lt:n iu ncucn l:rkcnntniawn ycfithrt. I)ic SiiltaulTc auf dcr 13asis von Ar)•lamincn (I)ulcin. I-n-. Prolx)zy-2-arnino-4-mtrubcniul) odcr chtoricrlcn Koldem.as:craoflcn (C'hlctru- furnl) sind w,oht C~hcrhall. und rnanchc Na- turstolY'c ivie Lakrili Itah,•n zu .Iarkcn Nc- . t+cngc.chmac•4;:.- ('yrlam rt: S:tt•ncarin... 3 ;+ Asp:trtarm (x-t-A•r:trlyl-r-phcnvlalanyI- i` '~ f' rncth)•Ic.tcr) und d:r% aum dcm Ilitlcrsluff : dcr Grahcfruil%chalc Lcaonncnc. intcnsis• suttc I~'cuh~(xridin-Jihydn><It:dcttn sind' nicht rnchr cxkrAtklVIicl#%(aiHcr) mrf dcr GRAS-la+tc.4lic tn1, url tcn.tmue c$ISr- Fcn scltcncnafrikani.chcn 1'rirchtcn cxtr:t-. hicrtcn Yrutcinc. Thaumalin, Mnnellin ora t'r~+ r:at~ ' St1 lutdl I3 uf SttCi Vl , uc. .. 1~I /If ., Y'~~ ~ `. C~C'-/~ r p:r[tt Saccl>aro.c, uuJ iw•:rr um w hca.+cr: ". Krnn ?xstimmtc ibrer nll=(;ruppcn. die stuf Siiltkraft-iu ..urccncn" und auch Vcr- das ..It" des (;luktthhttrs d:uacllcn. durch aIlgrmcincrunZ :cn . uhcr StruklurJ(;c-;• dcn hccscrcn I I-liriickcn-Akicptor CI cr- schnt:rck.zu.:rntmcnhirn)c zn machen (2J:• sctzl sind 171. 1):llxi ttird glcichrcitig die 1'sin Antikitr)tCr Ec(:cn J:ts 1'tlanicnprotcin, Liltophitic des Cic>:emunolckiilc .•crsutrkt krcu-rrc:rpicrt mit viclcn hckanrucn. nicht und somit die Vcrtciltmg /ttJ ztt•i.chcn dem im niindcstcn struktrrn•crtt•andtcn Sii[t-' tt•altriycn Milieu rutd dcm lilx)(+hilcn Rc- Suhst:ulrcn. 'und ztt•ar aus.chlicltlich mit zchtor zuyunslcn Jcs Ictitcrcn t•crxbotxnc solchcn. Im I-csirh:t.cn-R:tdittirnrnunac..ay' Uic siiltcstcn C'hlur-Sacch:troscn sind 4.1. vcrdrangcn dicx: markicrlcs Thaumalin~ G.(i'=fctrachlorsucra.w:(1UUrnal sultcr als prupctrtitm:d ihrcr Sutikruft vom Antikor- .'Rohriuckcr) und 1'.6.6'-Trichlorsucrosc (tCr. hicwc au.ycicichndc Ohcrcinstitn- ; (2(>VUma1 su[icr als Ruhrzuckcr) mung 1:iltt %crmulcn, tta[i (lic hauptsitch-,, r•• licltc unliycnc 1)ctcrntjnantc im lltautn:din .~ 1. Parkcr. K.1.: Nature 271. 491 (1979) cin kanliunr.ttitrs Slrukturnurkm:tl des 2.11mugh. C.A.M.. I:Jaardcon. J.A.: ibid. '. Sul.t-Rcicptors auf tlCn 7.ungcnhapillcn ~ :7/. 181 (1Ott) uicdcr):ihl. m:rn also d:tmit cin LcithilJ fur " )• Sh:dlcnlxrgcr. It.S.. Aucc. T.E.: ibid. 216. , ., . ; . , ,~ . 4800967) Jic mttt~rndipcn (ini(tlx:n tmd ihr•c rium- • a i • J Ph 972 L1 . S i h 9a K rr 1 anu / Is (1 c .,.....liche LaEc crludt, um sich tnit dic>cm au ;, (Auch fur tlic•(ic.chntarkxtualitat ..billcr".• i ' ' ' Lu Jcn hindcn. rrapcrcndcn Suhstan cn . Nic>ucr..U. die:rus Prptidcn unJ Aminr+.cru•: !ch~Ctl ~ICh !~e ®IUr~:dli~!CIl SaCCh:1• ' ` rrnlciCht •pant:tltcnt.tChend.n 1)i{,etopip.r- ' 'ruw-,Ikrr t•atc;,tlic anf (irtmJ -= Iktst rc- .1 uiino Fclxn. %tirJ cine aus Wa•.cratulf• auntY ;~ der AILII.X-Il)-lxrihcsc vrm' : hriakcn-1)im:nwrcn unJ •A{,icptorcn in Sh:111i nIx rC. r Ace'cc l i1 u...r Y 3 ~
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A COiiTItAST 'CEM2dIQUE FOR MZCi.GB16i.G ;xCAL ASS.W OP PLANT GROSiT'U REGU'w4TORS, by Edrseuid Strxelc€yk, and HariAn Michn{ eaics < Acta. Hicrobiol. Po3.oair.a I7_ (No. 1) 31-33 (1963)
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.t BITTER SUBSTA-NCES/SWEETENERS/TASfE--TESTINC/FLAVOIiANTS--CHEi•fISTRY/ 74 iII Be ' 2: Aus dem Insiitut fur Lebensmittelchentfe der Tedtnischen Un iversitlit und der Deutschen Forschu:epsanstait fur Lebensmitteid:emie Munchen ST.RUCTUP,E AND TASTE OF SWEET AND BITTER COMi'OUNDS. Von H: D. Belitt .. . aufnahy Verzeh: schiede: drOcke f uhren. , . Nie - - ---.. _...- -o------ --•~ -- -- ---- -- -- ------._ zeigt, fchlt 4 - Mit 2 Abbildungen und 9 Tabellen 50272 5544 Zeitschrift filr Erndhrunyst.oissenschaft; Band 12, Heft-J " - ;. . 42996. SELrtZ, N..-D. (Lnst. Lelxnsmftttlchem., Tech. Univ. , 4. Juni 1973) btuench., f:uthst. li, 880J Muenchen 2, W. Ger.) 8trtdctur und Gesch• ;mack suesser und bitterar Verbind,meen. fSre:cture aeC tas!e of sreet and bitcer cnr..-o•~ c!c.l 2 EF_: ~E1tRC::G~kta~~ j~g0- tr Sicht des 333:-1Si.Re r'cd, j;i;;, tL~ l.er+-VYcir.al CH xroups furr..:ng a 60• Nahrun S- t Die Lebensi anFle fclftll the reqa:rera:r.ts of the protcn donor-prutun; recarxor g ays•em to- sWeet tastin; comoouas. Srructural peculiarities •hicli eln ftly den deviate trom tl:is tas:r f2-n:uti and result in ca:erent de;rtes of thl von ver- sweetness f-1 sutiars, :.tninu acids, diyeptide esters and d:hydro- chmaCk-Eein- chatcone aeohespiridoades are di.tciused. The relzt:onship be:ween ~ hydrophobi_ity and side c:.a'sns a•hlch causes Varying ds£rees of tter zurilclC- . bitterncas in pept:des, dipcptidos, scgar/prutein complexes, citric t Qavana:e 8lycosides and tLivanone hespcridosides are also explored .c-
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. N:j•> : held at the • - University ot Lancaster 9 - 11 luly 1969 _ d ~ E ited b AGh y•raam Macke ~ nzie i 50272 5568 . unjversdy of I Loncaster library. Occo:ionor Po rs - -•~ -• ~ Pe . ~do ~3 Pl.ANNtNG LIBRARY SERVICES and 4"11 M". '3fUVr7-.GWk University of Lancaster Library y --~; . ~ ~; 1969 : K, ~ _ Proceedings ora Research Seminar
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SMOKING b HEALTH/TOBACCO--GREAT BRITAIN/ SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ PJR CLASS NC. PAh,PNLET 73 X Fsl Ashtdn; t!. D.; Lloyd, G.. (Univ. S'anct:ester, Dent. Gen. Practice, '.1"ancl;ester, Gt. ''rit.) - _'- -- -- - . : ~; G )1% ~;.. Update 1973, 1095-1101 (t'ay 1973) - in English ~
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76 X Ki Kirchdorfer, A. M.; Heger, J. P.; Krier, N.; Windrath, L. 1+..D • * ~' , " DRINKING ]~ABITS ' k.. (Phannnton S. A., Sci. Dep., Bioggio-Lugano; Deutsche Klinik Diagnostic GmbH, Wiesbaden, Ger.) ' =STUDY OF THE PROBLEM OF TUE FLEXIBLE AGE BOUNDATtY, PART III. SMOkING RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 X Ki Pharmaton S. A., Sci. Dep., Bioggio-Lugano; Deutsche Klin. Diagnostic Gmbll, Wiesbaden, Ger, rcport (1976) (in German with English summary) . The study revealed that on the average men drink and smoke Pore' than vomen. Ccnorally, men smoke less with increasing age, but only the 46-55 age group of men consumed less alcohol than the rest of men.. Women of the age group up to 45 years are drinking on the avejage more alcohol than older women. jSingle persons of both sexes drink and'se:okc more than married couples, widowers and divorcees in that order. The living conditions have no effect on "drinla ng, but pcople living in single houses smoke nore than prople living in ~ apnrtmcr.t_houses.`prc±fessional men exhibit more or less the aame drinking . 45 fJ0.0 0 1.73 5 ~. ..•. .. ALCOHQL ISht\/ i 50272 5588 SMOKING HAI3ITS--DRINKING/
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;so272 5572 • ~ ; . MnTTnN PTCTi1RF.S/p}IGTGGRAPHY/PnFTRY/SCIT".f'F AJA AUTnMnRTLF .TLF RArTNn--AWARn F1TNvRRS/`R1STC--AWA • • t WT"1KFRR/Wn'iF*I Rn AwnRnRlc~tn's 4ntn/r!n*iFT• PRT7.F .WTNNFRS/PRt!•FS/ALY%,?pTC GA'"IF WTN PUT.ITLER PRTTE 1dT^1NF•RS/ARCHTTECTITPF. ANT1 PT.ANNINn AWAT:T) WINNFRS"/ ART--AWART) WT*TNF?S/PnnxS--AWARn WT*1NTN(;/RADTn BRnAnCAST7Nn--AtJA^n 'TTMNTFRS/ YRT,F.VTSTnN--PRT~F .VTSTnN--PRT~F. t•ITnTTF.RS/COtdisnY S RS/COtdisnYS A TrmTA*'S/nA1%'r•F/FASHT(1N/SPnRTs--AW4Rn WTNNERS/ RD WTNNFRS/MIi TTARY--AWARfl 41TM!FRS/ J
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0 75 Xt Rel-77 S.P."'I nQ1ds, R. J. Archer , . 150272 . 558k -:~.a: . ..~.. . _ .~. . ... _ . 1 a.•. .~ . RJR CLASS NO. PAPiPNLET 75 XI Re,-77 s.p. orated, Winston-Salem, N. C.,-U. S. Reynolds, R. J.Archer, Inc., News elease, Winston-Salem, N. in English) . . ;: . ~' *Abstr. in: Suburbanite, 1977, p. 6 (Sept. 8, 1977)* . . _ ~.__ C. (1977).
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. vot 2N..PP Nt7 MA? ..yr.um.ii P~:.. I W-1'`?7 PnidrA in (irc~iT"Rrfraw .h 'Xh ,1M 111 •kAS1 ,71t 11101 aMS7y4 Un ! Y / z VI Re9-79"-)SPIN. TRAI'PING OF FREE RADICALS PRODUC S.P. "rFROM NITROSOAMINE CARCINOGENS1 ~ ., ;.. GRUnt.RT A. F'LUYU~. LAILING M. StX)NC, tnU UARRYI:L L REIGtI Biomcmbranc Research Laboratory. Oklahoma Medical Research Foundation. . 825 Northeast Thirteenth Stnrt. Oklahoma City. OK 73104. U.S.A. . (Receirwd 16 March 1978; accdpred 29 March 1978) . used. Oxygcn was required to produce the hydrox)•1 frce radical but its presence dccreased the yield :1 of the carcinogen radical. Both c)anidc and x-toeophcrol aMatc cauxd a decrease in the yield of ,} the carcinogen free radical. Sonle hcat-I:rbilc inhibitor(s) of radical production w•as/were present in contenl ortiunal to the P di l od d w s t f l Th h . e amoun ca pr ua noop ,so o ra a e eytoso . 1, t 0 0 a ~ ~. 7. 3 P .43 9 Abstract-Using the spin irap S,S-dimcthylpyrrolinc-1•oxidc we have demonstrated that the nitrosoa•': mine earcinogen, 1-nitrosopiperidine, upon incubation with rat liver microsomes and nuclei produces two trapped free radical spucics.iOnc trapped species is the hydroxyl frcc radical whereas the other is a free radical of unknown structure of the carcinogcn itself. Three other nitrosoamine earcinogens tcsted, including diethylnitrosoamine, dimcthylnitroaoamine and I•nitrosopyrroline yicldcd similar ; . w..} results with thd exception that the trapped carcinogen radical differs dependrnt upon the compound I j 50272 5569 ,
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.- --- .a.' . KJELDAHL NITROGEN DETERMINATION/ NITRpGEN--DETERMINATION/ Jour. Pharm. Pharmacol 3 829-41(1951) ~" 77 III Mi THE STANDARDLSA77ON OF THE DIGF.STION PROCESS IN ` _ THE KJELDAIIL DETERAIINATION OF NTTROGEN ~ ' By G. MIDDLETON AT1D Fi+om'llu Andysiral Laboratories. The British Drus 8owes Ltd., London •. ,~ • Raeived July 11, 1951 ' Ing procedures. ; ; t : most resistant heterocycGc nitrogenous compounds. In order to devise such a general method, it is necessary to consider the limitations of exist. digestion, suitable for all compounds for which the Kjcldahl method is applicable, and; in particular, capable of converting into ammonia the ALttiouctt it is 70 years since Kjeldahl, first proposed his method for the detcrmination of nitrogen in organic compounds, there is even now no general agreement regarding the details of the procedure. Various methods have been recommcnded for specific purposes, but the sphere of application of many'is l.imitcd. A gcneral method is needed for the .
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ODORS-=-CIi-tIII"STRT j ' _ , . : , ; III Bos Chemiker-Zeitund 97 8-15 (1973) RMICAL COhSTITUENTS 'AND ARO*1A. A STUDY OF TFIE STRUCTURAL PROPERTIES OF E _.._ _. • C `~~ ' t- CHEMICAL C02iP0UNDS WITH DIFFERTNT AROMA C11AF;ACTERIST~IC3'; ` : . G.hem'ssche Ethn^fitufion und•Caer..uch S + ~r~.. . ~ . _ . • . .. . . . •.: .. . . • ~ ~ 502?2 5589 Von Harmannus Boelens und Jod=en Heydel' Noarden Internalionol, NaardenlNiederlonde The nature of the lunctionol groups and some structural requiren=ents of comt.ounds - ; with the odour ehorecteristics bitler olmond. cocoa, /asmin and lily-ol-the•vauey are . discussed. It will be shown l±:ot molecules with these odour types c/ least have one charactr.rlatic lunctionol group. Olrrn a double bord cl a distincl p!oce In the molecule Is demanded, end one or two prohle groups, regardrr.g lo the mo!:•c4:lor size and shope, arc p:csent. !r will be demonctroled that compounds with Isoslrric strucfures mostly hove 11sc snme odcJr tvoe. ,.,,......_ ........... ...... ....._ -- .. . . . .. . . _ a. . .. - 1
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(E951 x29utlt) ~pZ `~iI {~Siodev~n;~4i) ~~y K3Taa~ Toa~~S
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UP:IVEItSI1IES AND COLLEG,i;S- ,iT.S./$I(!GitAP;iIES--niC'I'i(}idARlES/ 50272 5583 -~_ t<r. , , •, ~ `' 1 ~. =• • ~~ _ ~-~~~ , t ~;~ r...-~ . _ ~-~ .--rr•~ . y :i IN AMERICAN UiIIVER5171ES AND COLLEGES ~~.~+r:• i'1~. •'.•N~'~JitA ~t•1r1- ir}!.~'~l cP~•3 ' .jy ~ .~.. . .- •.q~: • . .. . .. :-, 4 ~ ..~• ~•t~,- - ~'t~c Forti'eth)~ditl • ori <. . . ~~.•.:', , , . _.; . .t .~ ~ . . ... : z.. ~r i•• •• . .: . .t a~., . . A OloMaM!kalOklte,nary.N wMt4Wir7 men.a.fq wamM. : .Q . . . . . . ~ , all t~ In Amakan Umvarstties and Coitapes RANDALL PUdLISHING COMPANY
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NICOTINE--pHARMCOLOGY/, :,~., ;: \ j50272 5603 -l~ ' - -
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. . - - . . , . . . , ~.. _ -. . _ - . ; - . , `. ~ ~ ~ r-, i~ ' l } . - , . ~ • :.ii~°i.aiM-~1 -"~ili i.:a° ~ ~'l ~ii.~~nil~:..7. _°~t _~S ~.~+~+Si:y~'v •aR.?.S~'i'J~i -R .i~l~i~lJia'^~ ' ~ . ~J,llO r,l ~ 11 ly./C` ~~fP ~ '?1,7 •0'rx. 4 ` ' Ll~i~BBM . •~ •(j, L'O~ o -ft9oT ~ sd;ajaxy xa uoT-aaiToD ccTssTw.-no:) x~Modusy; SuYx.?auT2u3 . ~ . ~; , I
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( 50272 5600 .-- , = TOBACCO--F.NZYME ACTIVITY/TOBACCO--DISEASES & PESTS/ ~- C. I. KAnot and P. F. LvRQvnN P47"gical Plase PaOiologr (1976) 8, 73-82 G!1 Biocheinirlry Section, Radiobiology Deparlment, Centre d'Efndt'dt 1'Ener6iir Nrallaire, C.E.1Y./S;C.X: ?f00 Mol., Belgumt (AcupkdJor publicafion November 1975) density analyses in cesium chloride were used to detect Agrobackriuna lumeJariars DNA sequences in exponentially growing tobacco cells that were exposed to the bacterial DNA in axenic culture. The bacterial DNA sequences were not detected in DNA obtained from tobacco eallus cells treated with radioactive A. tumejacien.r DNA after 4 da}s growth at 27 °C. Further- more, no radioactive DNA with a buoyant density intermediate between tobacco DNA and : bacterial donor DNA was observed. ,Ultiasonication of DNA from DNA-treated callus cells DNA.DNA filter hybridization, DNA solution reassociation enrichment and DNA buoyant did nnt relea.e anv nrrn,mntive A. tmn.l6.+.nr nNA. Mnr.n.».. I~.....r -• Tvw .. .. ..... _. __ __ ._~ I ~ ?:
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~3~~ '~L~ ' rt M r; . By77A. Alorgan, A. Black, A 11'alsh and - • D. R. 13clchcr It lw. r• Af• - I . S: ~i Q : :. ~ ~ _r t r/ v `c Pressurizcf luonchodthtarg ref.isols uscd in thc trratr cnt !larrcell, ^:Jcot "rrks .; l` / /~ IDJ~ ~-r~Cr G ~ ' ~y C1l 1'l Di .as: r end!t ca_ .orr '/nltaicd Iluutoc.,rbon vapour is cxhalt•d %rithout hcini; ab- sorbcd. '17ris is bccause the 1luurocarbons ha%-c a low lipid of asthrnr cont.tin a mixture of fluorocarbon pro, c ents. Currcntly, thcrc is some concctri rcuarding the cardiac toxicity of these compounds. r1s all the controonly used propellants cor:tain chlorine to in addition fluorine, it is possihlc to Lihcl thcrn with s"CI and to usc traccr mcthods to study thcir .tbsorption arid r•Ncrction in hrc.uh. 'I he compouttds /n.•cstigatcd includcd 13uorocarbon-11, -12, •113 and-11i'. Following sinple hrcatlt administration, much of the sulubility and atc only s1os.Iy ab:nrbcd from ahcol;tr air. ratc falls quite rapidh antl:rftcr 30 minutrs the 1xiJ.• content Ahsorbcd m.rtcrial is r%crctcd in hrcath, but thc cacrction •:: '` is onl • rcdticcJ loa•Iv• At this tinie, the fraction of nd- v ' /~ n A'I A' L Vtinisred5;iw7rct.lined s•:rricJ froni an at•crar;e of 10 per ' V V V ccnt fur lluorucathnn-1 N tn 21 cr ccnt fur 7' ~'ts"ili~in-11 . p r . .r...... •_~.. i 50272 5594 INNALATION/ A£ROSOLS/ ,~ III Du2-73 BR. JOUR. RADIOL..45(536)(I972)630 \ ..~ __.-....-.
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Pipar, C. V. STUDIES OF AMRICEiN PtU':SEOLENIX. Smithsonian Institute,U. S. Natl. Kuseuoi. Contribution U. S. Nat~. iietbarium 22 (Pt. 10) 663-701 (1927)'
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50272 5601' 1~4;t:ri1'ar:Yilcf.2Jfas3U TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION---AGRONOMY--RF.LATIONSHIP/TOBACCO--AGRICULTiJRB/ ~.-;z..-.-~~ .. . . : .~-. • . ~-.,.~. :. ..... _ , . . . .r....~..~•.: _-- ~-- ~ 77 VI Wti RJR CLASS N0. PAriPHLET 77 VI Wh . f• • -.r White. F. H.:'Pandeya, R. S.; Dirks, V. A. E~ T (Canada A r. Res. Stau,,De].hi,t., Can.) ~ k i t r- + :. .v i , . . .K,`,.r ~•_L<•-~~.i:-~~•ti .. Ita I Il~tR f+ ~ 0 :A= ~w 0 Can. Jour. Genet. 18 (No. 3) 576 (1976) (in English *Keywords:* alkaloid, cured, constituent;. .. TPM, smoke, constituent; nicotine, snoke, constituent; tar, wet, smoke, constituent. 0.1 ' v~ttct~:~r I d I .`
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xx ~sm Ja'i '_ ~Kd.t%C4,i'ART.-IX'. The Effects nf Ar;per.3illus Sojae, (1969) Prediococcus Soyae, Bacillus Subtilis and Rouxii in Purely CuJ.tur.ed Soy Sauce _ e IIrewing. ~ A~. ~ 1q . V I~+T~y . J~V~~•w V~i la]J l.Ti~~1LV•YeTIES V7 YtN.~la~.iw1 Itt r.OlY C.11,41=$ B^:$k':.'iiG, FL:iT V. reo i zfeaa ' ax Aa~~.gilit~s So~~~, Nr,~d{oa+~ca=ru Soy~~, An Pvxcty Calturn=3 wo;- Svu:a Bru-aing r.ep. Ko4a Uiait. SCi. ; Eev. 3 2j-%9 `
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,w`°!rsPilsvs4"RY,•- lnfcrma:ionan des E3undesminis+ers des Irinnrn"`--~ : zur Urrweltplarnmg und zurn U-nweitschutz ti.6........ ry-~r}~ ~-~-~. _ W _- ' -. i. . . .... ~ . - . , __-_~ HEUTE: -  Umweltporitik , Es ist Zeit tur die i5kolopische Wende ....,,:,: ". Ressourcenpolitik und Marktwirtscha$,.,..:  Umw ehutz a0gemein Ta er Umwett 1979..:.. .:..~.:. .":. weljforschunpsplan 1979 vorpeteyt ..: . FlytirElikxkohlenwasse stoffe ats Aerosol- .;< lxnittel ruekl$ufiy . . Y :.:.:.....:......~ . Der Inyenieur im technischen Gesundheitswe-:.`:'~ aenA . ~ .'' .7 ,,,. Wals/ser ; .• ~ .• Monopraptde des Rheinpebbetes. 10 ' \  tntemationaler tknwehschutz Die Vertx7tuny prenzuDerschreitender Ver- n schmutzunpen und die Zusammenartxit der Gemeinden und Reflionen .................. Zweite Umweftministerkonferenz aer OECA . bekriftipl Kurswechsel der Umwenpowtik.... peutseh-amerikanisches Abkommen i,ber Austausch von UmweRintormationen unter- ; zeichnet ................................... 27 tnfonnationsaustausch uber kemteohnrnsche Sicherheit mit Grolibritanrnen....:.:........  Umwettbundesamt Kompost aus Klirschlamm : i'...:.::.:...::: UmwNtlwndesamt ieiflt Beispiele moderner t/anwekteMnik ............... +......... ..:: 28 Gelahr aus der Spraydose meht verharmlosen 28 :- Abwasserreini9unp...... 29 , • . . r-
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150272 5604 Kohno, M.; Matsuo, T.; RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION , *(no affil.)* Yamaguchi, Y.; Saito, R.; Sato, K.; Tomarub'K. `0' ". ~ ~c1~tWWtlit9SF-HID~~ ppon Sembal-Pos'ba Chuo Kenkya Hokoku 1974 (No. 116) 35-42 (in Japanese -"complete English"translati.on available) • • . *. l.eywords:* aluminum phosphide, tobacco, additive. `- Some characleri<lict o( a rw.v q7re uI :1luminimn phusphiJe drug, vis. the decompnsition nle, ihe '1 p~ttern of !;a!cvus sprc.ding frmn opcnrd warchaue and~the amount rd jrLncphine oor aluminium ~ pho.phi,'.c in (umiraled toUiao Ic:wcs or drur residues, were a-,rrlained in. the aclual fnmigauon pracikes or tolia» .varcl:wjes• The fumigalion was earri.d out under bo:h of the relatively cool, ! dry and wnnn, l~u:nirl diimue eunditioos. _M (1974)
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\ s~.ro~ no~ ~ao~eo~ag e~aero~ ~Tsa~3 ti~~'J og ao Avcja.aTuII -ad ~~S $55t •or.5-2?tl "rsodeg 4 =AoZoatG ptrn q=o8aH Mv •siosoloav 110 ssioaTs uopozyl `opwaqoa4nvQ I
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: 50272 5608 ~ DII' Re6 .76=~ 1 R. Mestres. S. Illes, C1. Espinoza et Ch. Cheval.l%er Recherche et Dosage de Residus de Pesti.ci.des dans les Tabacs - _ ~• Travaux de la Societe de Pharmacie de Montpellier .34 (1974) 255. Nature and Fate\o/F Insecticide ttesidues Inhaled by . Drug Metabolism/an~ Disposition' 3 0975) 513. \
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itX Su2 4OW-i.p~,t: (3) Total and Free Amino Acids of (1969, Soybean "t•( s " -_ _ SuSia~u~ru, Rai-~chiroh STUDIES OW pXZNO ACID CONTBNTS OF PROCESSED SOYBp.4N (3) Total and F'ree taino Acf.ds of Soybaan "Miso; by Kei.- ichiroh Sugimura, Hirokadau Taira, Harus Ebir;cwa aad Yoaito SaLurai Mya To SholAuryo 14_ (No. 5) 411-13, 41E,-19 (1962) _
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• 4Jo*»~ ~ ! S ~' 7 SSlc:~w~~a:~.l ~~~' ~~:o~ H••*~i O rL ~ Y l~'yt au~. 0 f: iYyIT j`.~.LtY..'SIUM I:\ V~.L7JaU'-ruJ t _ _ ~ ..'....... ..~ ..Lr» rw Zfifz e, Y..s , m mia a Z85S ZLZOS lf
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.~- ~ . . _ , . . - . . ..-- J _ ~ - - . . ' ~ . .. , ~ . . .-...-a^.M~..-. .. , . . ~ . ~ \ ~ (1961) h9-Y5z Q 'o:•ii SI 'RnnH 'pS 'Pg*V 'ToTS u3oW • 1Iid'd2WIHkotlIM 1IgX9'T-rII tLI -Kfc sazMMY cVIDVco1 ao t:oz.T.VDxAY"I'MaY cRY t•'.'JSi:'rdI/das 'I •'WIy'ZSO3iii do SQIUJCH (aly. S3IJ31ds NsVzzaD Hz u::M;oo cioTra-IY sHic Ao s3xa=s (.~jaennA 64sadepng 'sojaoaa!) g•asuZ 'saoualos - ;o Aazpvzy uajag3an ) gig . --.dIEL'. Xa SalcyI'v')I7V.uaMiOV,1tlzhoMau lSrvill:=ttY'~=' - -a3 !v(il,i~.4ifci~'S`:•I'' `Vi~,'VIZD~2I4'n~`SCtlJttl.#i~ld~F*~ie7e'~d,oF^a. IA .R. . , . .< . , . - k~.•
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50272 5593 ,ta,. Oecro. Ifyjr. Vol. 15. pp. 273-282. Pergnnon Pnat 1Q7« hi+itcd io Grut Britain A, Mo1;GAN, A. BLACK and D. R. BEr.CIICx Health Physics and Mcdical Mision, A.Ei.R.E. Har.rell. Rrrt!a,t.. 1 t V rrnoc of compouads is discussed. , , f . " . _ , ' Abstract 'Ihc uso of )sCl tracer rn: thods is ctescrit•ed in measurements of (a) the partition cocfficicnts of a nurnt•cr of chlorinatcd and fluorinatcd aliphatic hydrocarbons in the olivc oil/ •ias•and serumfgas systcros, (b) thc rate of ab: orptioa of tiro same eompounds from alveolar air during brcath holdiny and (c) thc rctention of ttu sactc compounds fo!loa•ing singlc breath administration. The iniportauce of lipid solubility in dctcunining thc relative toxicity of this WItEtN chlorine is irradiated with thFrmal ncutrons in a rcactor it undcrgocs a(n, y) f • INTRODUCTION sr.action to.,give '3sC"i.' •This •is a j>,'y cmitter xvith a'half-life of .47 minutes and sotne relevant physical data are given in Table 1. This rcaction Inay be used to prcpare pure ' .- i.• •38C1-labcitcd cltlorinatcd hydrocarbons and the use of these compounds to study the ". .~. .~' r :r I
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{ rLC1iY'J.ZIL , . . . .. ''ThEli~i;tf3si Giovannozzi, M. STUDI SULLA FEFvENTAZIONE DEI 'PARACCftI: 'VIII. NOTA. Gli schizomiceti del tabacco Kentucky in fermentazione. - I cocchi. Reprint froms 11 Tabacco 22LO (No. 606) 3-13 (1950). „ 1 50272 5586 I ti_
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--y--- --'--~ 50 ZUSA~+,3MENFASSUNG 272 5590 AMINO ACIDS--REACTION WITH .C4~0~' C0. . ~ -~ >;; . . ~ 79 III Ot ,~, hemikertag l i t , .c e t ~' Paer p resented at the Deutscher.,Lebensm C t ,... Baltes s: 1978 M. Pi loty u ` 4 W ~ . . .. , ~ . _ Ingftit•ut fflr. Lebensmittelchemie:, *- TU Bet:lin .,:. . " :. „ S~raBe des 17.Juni 135,* 1000 B.erlin 12." > >es Yartra;.s: ~ Die Entstehung wirksamer Aromakomponenten, wie Aldehyde und Heterocyclen (vor allem Pyrazine) bei Herstellunq bzw.Zubereitung~voWLebensmitteln macht die Hedeutung'der;~ .t R kti ' di a i ea on aus, e llqeme n unter dem etwas spezielleren;' • ~r . .. ._ ... ... ...~. . , . ... ~ ..r -~3.~ . ~ •,~4~. . .,. Begriff "Strec r~b~u;, bekannt ist. Nur weniq_' weiB1. mai,, ~-_,.s~ •
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TRr.IvSLATION . [50272 5613 . _ RJR CLASS NO. TRU5LATI0\ Watannbe, M.; Kobayashi, Y. .~io. Ni>on Senbai Kosha Chuo Kenkytssho Kenkyu Hokoku ].07, 177-180 (1965) *(no affil.)* (in J.1j~anese - complete- English translation av.ailable) ! ,...~~-. .-. .._.....,.--
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(50272 5595• . (Reeeived for publication, August 15,1954) " Previously Okunuki (1, 2,) reported that the oily product of /'~nodolorula Suga~rii inhibits the growth of filamentous fitn~i. This anti- fungal substance (AF)' svlts also found to inhibit the in vitro growth of 11tjcobaclcrium lubcrcraosis Iatmanus as shown in Fig. 1. Chcmical s tttdies tvere carriedd out on this oily antibiotics and the substance was found to be oleic acid. When Rhodvto.ula Suganei was incubated at 25° in a medium con- taining sugar and peptone, an antibiotic a~ainst Staphylocoaus au,cru was ftotlaed in :;Ao 3daS bj) its activity by the cup method was only I to 2 U./ml. compared with that of penicillin. The antibacterial action degraded after about a week, that was takcn no notice of it. Ho%.-- n, Jeerest et atecle.rsas. Yel. 41. Ke. 6, t9S1 ~. 3 -9 3 e2l:?."S:1it, NUVJtGr!'lti7s'!~r + EY KAZUO OKL'NUKI, TOICHI T%IkTSL'KURa, SIIOJI SNIPM\t'A,•• YOKO NIIZUA\11,*• YOSHIAKI TI(?RA,*•* 1'URI TOYOI'LUNII,••• wxn REIKO KITANIL'RA• f o (Front eht Detarbnant of Biolozy. Faculy of Scirnrt, , Unicersitp of OsalEa, Osaka) ~.-.w..~.-~- ~ ,..~-_.._..,. _
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1% SSPUCTURE--DETERMINATION--ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/ SPECTRUM ANALYSIS ~. QQ 261:- C1 . 1981 , IitaR s-r.++N ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY " r . : .. J ~a.m-ouore-rk,,, v«t I qa . . . . -- ~-,. -- ---- - E. Pun9or tseries editor STRUCTURAL ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC COMPOUNDS by Combined Application of Spectroscopic Methods i J. T. CLERC E.PRETSCH J. SEIBL s•w fd r~ Mrww,r r..a,„ro }
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., Morita, Yuhai STUAIES ON AMYLASES OF ASPF.RGYY,Li1S ORYZAK CU,.TIIEtGD ON ItICL Part I. IeoXation anQ Purification of G1ucomylosa, by Yuhei Mwritc, K.^.tc...o Ghiw!v-$, Ntych: Ch;:. ::a3 Toehiko Koranaga AgricLSltuval and'Biological ChamjnC$y Vol. 30 (No. 2) 1966 ; \ .,.....a, . , xx ~~t[t~`6~'A.~tY~:+1SES=:(~F~'1~~'Ppk62LLU:i:' QI3Y:;AF,: HeA = S +WLA;$R,,Wy.QA ;AI4W, ParP t I. Isoiation and (1969) Purification of Gluco:unyl3se S.P.
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80 III Sc , I<- tL H~tx~t) Dr Prof (Direktor ti k hb R P d• u , . . . e r c c ots rm- itut fur Ernahrung in ?~rntralin Porschunw.cntrum fur Molckularbiotogic und Medicin. Akademie dcr Wisxn~hattcn dcr DDR Aroma-Optimierungsversuche an Amiitosaure-Glucose-Modcllsystcmcn R. SCttaGotEa und G. W8u4 Stuomary : , ' R. ScHaAnnrR and 0. W1R•ut: Studies about optimal conditions fotVavour formation in amino acid/glucose- model systems The compocition of amino acids has been evaluated as to the formatioe of ineat-like flavour during heat in aroma and could not be imoroved as to the meatlike eualitY. r .:; ' aspartic acid, arginine. and proline. Already half of the amino acids tested formed a product which was optimal ._ sition. The optimized model is characterizcd by very high amounts of glutamic acid and high amounti of Test results indicatcd the influence ot'single amino acids,opdmal test eonditions, and the optimal compo- sensory impression as an index. • . • i f-••-• ` • ally as well as by instrumental analysis. Type and quantity of amino acids have been optimized using the tical plans have been reacted in aqueous medium delivering products which have bccn characterized sensori- , treatment in the prescnccof glucosc. Purc amino acids as wcll as mixtures being combined according to statis- : ~ x~:.:. .. . ~.: ..,.. O ~Q , 50272 5592 ' 3z-M6- a
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71 II Re-'.4 S.P. Translation from: Nippon Shokuhin Kogyo Gakkai Ski 15(4) (1968)146-52 . . ON 50272 5620 T. Kobayashi * FI. Matuo * K. riaeda * M. Kobayashi * and Y Aiba* , , , , . Technical department of Wakamoto Pharmaceutical Co. Ltd. (400 Unane Piachi, Setagayaku, Tokyo),
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.:.\ 1)i-' -A a'ERf; ZLL4J:.4DR.. ZAE=: MeAS "VOILTVIREED ON RICE• J'att III. Cheiai.c:n1 (1969) Composition of Clucoamylase S.P.. Horita, Yuhe1. STl1llIES ON AMYLASES OP ASPSrGxhLUS OWZAE CULTURED ON RICE Part IEI. Chmical - Co-,npoaition of Glucosr-,~ylase, by Yubei Ma7Citdl, HiyoxC Ohga 4u4, fGettauzo Sttftaicu H¢rac73xs Nes. tnetirute Food SciOace (No. 29) (Maxch, 1068)
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(50272 5625 I G'lt ~>kt?W`o~bWwp-tfiWii: '~TierichtaKii~li ibs1 Itichar.l B. 84 Roberts innd othersj 1Vashington, Carne; ie Institution of Washington, 1955. xiv, 621 p. Illus., diagrs., tables. 2G cm. (Carnegie Institution of WasLington. Publication 607) BibilograpLy: p. 453-521. I 1. Iiacillus coil commanis. i. Roberts, Richard Brooke, 1910- Ir. Title: Biosyntbesis In Escherlcbla coil. (Series) Y~l QR82~B2888ry - Copy 3. Library of Congress 559.953 AS32.A5 no. fiOT jr55q15j 55-2886 rev
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IVIII ~ ~ 1C5~~ ttY~ar fi~ r'~ `7rY"of' ' CUT (1969) P.obatu, Jiro STUDIES 02t THE APYl1REti'T DENSITY OF CUT TQIIACCO LEAVES. PART 1. ESTIMATION 0F THE p7PAREI3T PaXITY UF CUT LE1F, by Jf to Kobata And Yasu~i aklnhga. -• Scientific Papers of the Central Reaaarch Institute of Japan Monopoly Corp. No. 9S, 25-29 (1956) I .. .r. .-...,.~,.~--
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0 j 50272 5597 76 VI.Si NICOTINE--ADSORPTION/ R,1R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 VI Si Singhal, J.,P.; Singh, R. P. ' (Aligarh Muslim Univ_,_Y4j;._,Fpg,.ZAdMg1,,,_Sheta. Lab., 'Aligarh, India) Sci. P1an[ Nutr. 22 (No. 1) 35-41 (1976)'(in English) The interaction of nicotine with acid and base saturated kaolinites resulted in cation dependent adsorption. Adsorption in excess of BEC, and the results of potenliometric and conductometric titrations, pointed to initial protonation of the nicotine molecule with acid salurated kaolinite followed by inCeraction with the Br¢nsted, and Lewis acid 'sites. Adsorption in the case of the base saturated kaoiinites was due to an interaction with the coordinated water around the cations and the weakly acidic hydroxyls at the edges. X-ray; data confirmed lnteraction at the edges and external basal surfaces with no intercalation into kaolinites. ,
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q=STUI?IES;.oW-''ANTYSEPTICS'~-rOR--USE "It3''SOY=- SAUCE. Par.t X. Amono, Takeo STUDIES ON ANTISEPTZCS FOR IISR Zli SOY SAUCJ3. Part X. Progereiea of n-Sutyl p-11yds^oxyban,r:ooto Ester-too Produced by AsgergMuo oojee, by Takeo tmnno, Tokuo Takeuchi xnd IlS.ano Yoshii Jour. Porm. Tcu:h. L7 (No. 10) 610-616 (1969) o ...k:.::n n m.:n 1 73,•7 ~50272 5616
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RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO--S}IEI:TS---RECfJNSTI'It1TL'D/ TOBACCO--,iltCiilldERY/ (in Oe'rm`a:i Ber. Inst. Tabakforachung, Dresden 20, 70-78 (1973) ' . i • . . ' . . ' . . ` By: H. Rauer and D. Hehnizh _. •It is well known that installations,in which the casting split is caused in part by the endless steel band itself, are used in casting of viscous suspensions containing solid:particles. The size of the casting split and its variability has a direct effect on the thickness and and uniforinity of the resulting sheet. Undesirable variations mayfturn into a variable quantity functionally related to . . . . . ..• :•: ~ . _. , ci aonstant quantity, such as energy_for dryng~ofthe cast sheet, which may lead to ` deviations of the _preset parameters of filmyfortninA. -57 1 For this reason, it was ~ ~ ' .._. . . . . ~
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' Ref 9 145 Un .._..._,..__.__.,....._a___~...-...._~.. . .~_.~u...._..«._.- __~~.a..~,»..-s.e._.._.e.....~......s,,..~.~~.! wtudentw7~saistenr~° ~ 50272 5578 . ,, U. S. Cqngroau, 91at, 2nd Seasion, 1iousa, Gor•.~t:ttQO on Education and Labor A GUEDE TO STUlliNT ASSISTANCE 2.970 129 Pnges U. S. Govetnmant Print:.ng Washir.gton, D. C. Off 3.ee I e- . .. . ___. .. ;;~k ll;y :
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S.P, r ,,...~ . ,.~ ~..~ ~..:.+.:,~,:~,. .. :~ :• . .....:.: ....: .._ .. .,: ... . . .. . : . .._~~~„ .._~ ,;,;K VI RE„-77~ Arch. HvQ_ •77_ 321-AR f91 ' ~ .. _ 150272 5591 ~ -- - - - - - . . _ - -- -;~ . " ' ` , EXPERIPiENTAL STi*DIEp ON THE ACTION OF TECHNICALLY_.AND-HYGIENICALLY INPORTANT GASES AND VAPORS UPON PtAN, XXXI. THE NITROSO GASES: NO, N02, , . - . . ` HN03, HI\02. ' : iW11Bli?maw ~ n Vo CjTh~dcaQ•of ne a~n)ai~ is ~rii~y~nbl~jmai~r tn the pulmonar.~eJcnta. Only or.ce ~ A) rcmia hemnrrhn^cs. an na:;: d c~lctna nd V icarious cntphcscc.ta of t}:c h.nts. by tcfts fur t.itt:t: •'.» ara :t c?:ts. The s; mt)totus arc InAro casil, c.plair.cd, hoa•c.cr, by the local c~+rrosiana of the «s; :rator. tract which leads to lar% ngitit, b:onchitis. s+it~itc poiso:ting. A qual. absorption of nitrite in all the animal expts. was proved - Prof. Dn K.B:,Lohmann (Referent) und DrO asegawa aug Japan. ~ Bspcrimental Studies on tke Actioa of Technicrliy arJ IIcgiraically Ia:;o:tant ~Gases and Vapors upon 21' an. XXXI. The ;litroso Gases: tiC, \0., P:iO;, H.';O'. ~r-_Tt 1 Axr, Hast:c.ttta. WutzLarg. .irrlr. 111a.• 77, ;.3-GS-AIl the nilroso gascs act upon thc lunec like an cquitnol. tcta . at 1 a:3`~~. Thc amts. absonc,-d b;• t.%y of thc Ir.ngs ttcithcr producc a gcncral :.cid poisoning nor a was mcthcmoelobin forsn: tion notcd. A diticrcncc was noted in thc rca:tion of rnan • and animal (cat) in that in the ani:nal a rapid pahuonary• cdctaa and dan, cr-tarcatcr.ina c.u,±zt:r,.. •h,r n!.a.•rvcd 11% . \
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`~'~`~BI~s'Itl~.~3L`1'T8#~1~3T~`ol~."DA r CHOillIStY. . is (1969) , ~~S a 0"'~i'{~O1:E(:tTLAR Ishit, ICanf i STUDIES ON THE BITTER TASTE OF HATCIiO--NtSO. IX. FRACTIOPiAATION OF WATER-SOLUBLE NITROGEN COMPOU:VDS OF HATC1i0--MISO BY DOivE.Y 50 MOLECULAR SIEVE. . Nippon Daigaku NoJuigakuhu Cskujutsu Kenkya Hokoku 1967 (No. 24) 1-6 (1967) .
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Kohno, M.; Saito, R. *(no affil.)* 50272 5605 ~ . . RJR CLASS' NO. R4MPiii-f3' $3t1~3~~ ~t~~~ , i11i~Y+n[ ~- )~iIMINAfi03i<.~OX~SP~7ti1m .0, ' i_ ii.~~A~#~R' Nippon Sembai ~~osha Chuo Kenkyu Hokciku 1974 Ttvo.~. 116) 43-41"(1974) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) 7 .. *Keywords:*.aluminum phosphide, tobacco, additive,. _ TLc tcmpcreture JqK n~kncy of the Ictlcd ctfoct of 6ydro,;cn p1NapLido a+ cit;.rruc IKCilc pup.k +• uc in.utig.u~d u..inl; m-..•1j J;.viwA fu:nig.unn .p{c+ratus '1•lic 1.11ed loxiciq• of hyJiu{;cn p6osplridc nt 10'C ..:T S fuund tn dxn:u com-j+icuou.ly cnuy+aring with llwea o( ot :M'C sunl alwvc Y0'C. At Ihn othcr lr+ud, 1NiIh of thc es{,<eurc {KrifKf ruu) lhc lqdrai;rn P1x.q+bidc .~rurntr:uian lwl.kli M•crc rtx{uiri.l for tlw larh:d ditat were r.•dun.l with the r•Ic+ati-Mt 4 the tcm{kr:uurr, nrwl it w•as cyK-ciath• mrtih .i{;nifi.:ant ol aLo•rc 20•C. Fran t6cx r.'ults uLtaind, rumbinr.l Wid+ thc 'rw+ridcratinn nl:out tlK lur,ifi.:rtinn rate r! alwainium pho:;+hiJt und.r diflcrrnt l-m+x•ratuie vtd ' LumiJity, n rt:mJ.+rd tali c t:i+•ing a suit::!dc C.a cn:rcrstr:uia+ ard pcritd for by tlro ( 1 dru? t in tuL.•kvo a•a1J~ou.as a::. prr,rr~d. ._ *1975, No:-17;-W 6122* *d* Tobacco manufacture (agriculture): . t
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f •GYc:~csLT~B~ 1~S?.T~ cr~~;~~~esc.te~ aE~o.I) Vq&;OVZ W:z{Zg.Wt.-TaX ttcddIS ,~CCR~S il0 ~~1103$N?,Tady RF:,L f;O °l 64mmz .?0 r
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r-•-._ . VT.II Ur; TOrA.CCi?, KoI Ai: PROftItTTrnUF 'JAPA:vESrE (19G9) Koba~tu, U STUDIES ON TIiE APPARE:7T VOLUIHE OF TOrACCO LEAVES. PART 2. PlriiSICAL PROPLRTIES OF JAPANESE TOLzACCO LEAVES, by Jiro Kabata • and Yasuji Auinacopa. Scientific Papers of the Central RGaeArch Instituto of Japan Monopoly Co•rp. No. 96, 30-33 (1956) \
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\ ~/Crfl~x 6,trisr..s:irt ~ / ~C:? 9r •ojT .ar.~ ~ .~. ., pus al.amq r3~"''' Oµ 11 ('2Ji'CC'iC~ er o .. ~•.:'yy~M) '.aIOAs'.H7 ' : Yoi.~:~ IIA
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xx MeAS Some 1'roperties (1969) of'Glucoanylases S.P. Ohga, Miyoko STUDIES ON MYLASES OF ASPCRGILLUS ' OfiYZhL' CULTURED ON RICE Part II. Some Propertiee of G].ucow:yZa-es, by tayoko Gnga, Katsuaco "snimizu and Yunei Hovita AgYicultural and Biological Chcaietry Vol. 30 (No. 10) 1966 „
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__.~....:.~-- \ _...~-++'.'.~ --- ' f) 8£-K (956 (96 '°1I) 9 ;67f Qla3a.a •'fOS ' •2suy •a-4U TRaIUsO ~ • d.YaO a'.1o+±---JOyy Ln-dsr :c.oax noTaVI=8xy o:iL"%4 "V pt:Iv nt~fot~I~ 'X ` ~WgT~'ZY •Z A'i ~.7:1Afji {'.VM.1> ut;,%rjq l1Q FDluMCt, *TPOaawJ Qir-I 57li.L4.'~`iV1a iYVi.lv.tl:J QZ!v T4Jiv.`:,era KoL7.ir'a'[~ ' a £ ri9d .~ . . w J;;DYMIA, z?o MYl1 IJA aLLl1INVU M N0 SRY(!f1TS , i. aZ.xvq;~:T (OL61) 6IW 1 - T\ I
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...-_....-.-. ~~-...+.. <-..r. ..:'.~.. Y..,......ur_ ~~ i ~'~ L. iit3Tlnsway and R. E. L'aller. RC, • Co~sncfl for Internationa2 t~.•jmsnizattonn 280 v_„--~ ~-•----- I..-r.,.m% C ---.,.. . _ ._.......,.. .--__. ,., Cahcor of the 2unR (Fnda-aolo,?y ). 4 sympoaium aditad by J. Clon:.-was3n, of I +)print frome Acte llsiienia lntorn-Aicnalio conta Cancrumf 1953, 210 p.
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\ .....,.,_.-- .~...,... •tl • :- - •~ e . ~ • • .. ...-..•..~ : ~ ..: .. ,-^ ~ .. .. ~ ~ . . . ... .. .r ~. ~.. k• ~~ti~iz^~ins `v;3~ T 3 ~ , ., . , T
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FOOD--MOISTURE /FOOD--DEHYDRATION/ Bulietin of the Japanese Society of Scientific Fisheries 42(6) 697-702 (1976) Chung-Young CtiUrc" and Masamichi ToYonuiu•' _ (Received February 4, 1976) ~ The cffect of Aw on browning•resulting from the oxidation of linolcate was studicd in freeze-dried model systems. The systems Kere adjusted to various Aw, and stored at 35'C. Brown pigments aere extracted from the model systems and fractionated into lipophilic and hydrophilic fractions. : ~. Water piaved an important role in the browning reaction. In the humidified system to 0.8-t. On the other hand, the formation of hydrophilic brown pigment differed from that of lipophilie broNr pigment: the browning Incrrased with increasing Aw from Aw= 0 to the nt%vJmum region of 0.41 -0.67, then decreased with increasing Aw. The observed eR~' t of~ w o~ the~~ rnta ton~ hp~ ~tli~ nd k,drophilic brown pigments was discussed battJd oA~the dt1C1t hf Awn tKc patltrrn ollinoT"cate oxidation. system only a lipophilic brown pigment %~As found. The formation of lipophilie brown pigment was fastest at AwfiO, and decreased with increasing Aw to the critical value of 0.41, but, when Aw'was higher than 0.41, the browning incrcued with increasing Aw up . not only lipophilic but also hydrophilic b;o%%n pigments were found, %%hereas in the dry ;4~."<<:
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Hoo@,q B• C• Studiss on biogmnosi: of nS,cotius alkololdt in tobacco plants. Fart xa Et'f'oct of i.nox&c+nlc nitrvyOr.- ous catipour.ds and of dIfferont andrio acids m2 tsvj in vitro avnthasS3 of n.ic•Aina by Ie3VCs.. ct-eras and roots of nicotiari trtbscu.a, by.B. C. Wso, II. 11. Di, . I. H. LbIal nnA c z_i:~.] n I swn3dd i.....-c.,... \
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VI OOh'` 'fiL LAkBG1iiD7cATES b;' T0/?ACCO. M i 9 (1970) - t gq-F"l 1). aQ. 2iizuno, T. STUDIES ON THE CARBOHYDIZV,.ES OF TOBACCO. PART II. POLYSACCHAi:ID13S OF THE YELLOW»TOFiACCO LEA? (1), by T. Mizuno nnd T. Kimovo Translation from: Jour. Agzic. Chem. Soc. Japan 31, 830--33» (1957) 0
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\ ti , ~S6/._S/lo "/S'/'2/71.SN- ~' ~•~ ckvar~ V/ s~ f?S1o,Pqo auaa~a ~. v0 j~~;vl O?SrA/P ~3ALt' AnQiS ..wdSh wro-tV/Ytb .1o s~!- V11Y ~'~ s3rv~rtl,S -tiq' c,/K", ~ oyc, nu , ., n ~ . ozz nx M
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L.,.::..:~~.~,.~....~..~~ II So (1966) Somars, Shn2dan . STUDZES oP CARCI2;OGBNCSxS IN PARA3IaCIC PATS, by Sovssora, Shalton and Gilbert H. Friedel2. ' Psych4physi.tal Aspecta of Cancer 125 (Na. 3) 928-933 (Janusry 21, 1966) ~
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Ind. J. Chem 17(2)187-9(Feb. 1979) ..• - - -- t'1 --A'Ids9 Spectra of 3-(7l/ Furyl)fudulr!d. T2=(21-Thicnyi)- indole ,8r '1'heir Nitru 1)crivatit•cs •. ~,..I - I 'r, ~ . SYlVARAMA 11011- ,1 & yARVOTTA?t Y. :1dt1MI:NAN• 1)al iartntent s,t lh„tyr.iduate 1tn.lie. .! Research in Cheini,try, l'niver.itv l.( ~lyy~rr , Alanawg:u~guthri, \ly,uore SiGU~X~ lttcsivtd 2. April 1978; ra.epred 28 July 1978 ' ?' , -.. . . ,. .. ; : Mrss spectral fragmentation patterns of 2-(2'-furyl)- be the base perk, ; ln all the cases molecular lon peak has been fuund to S-nilro derivatives (Il•r and lib) have been discussed. Indole (la) and 2-(2'-thienyl)indole (ib) antl their ~ 4 c a'~?W
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r +esSaiDd-cP~~, ~U'x .+'! .. f 4L~ Vl3ny1 YvCL~w.~'1'i 'i `~ '~ 0^!'.3i ~:i 013PVN ~~ lO Aq s0'J'JAioQS, -C ... ~, ; ~.o '~~ozz tI~ S'3xQ1LbS ~ ..~0 f.:.s .:.• 3UZ'~sF f0k ~
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*1T •L (9) 9Z {upj:?r natnL::rt P~= t;g so ~: ua;aS t).;~3 j-a Ya-4::wzr) gcsuvpz nr,e~a.G~~i orcnj uoddYN •tTb~3~OJttt~j "+,.a '*xv:4;C ;j 4$:;4r eCc; jpa3=fG?Z J~i~'ItiAu zo F:a rvarouIp c3xZLaAS aHI .1o (mvi'1J x, 7mma :10 ..#"TOxswz SAIZIELIN) S'3Av'3'I A?'iVA2u 90 -41=JS V-zI T.Ya 90 F3icLMS a;iv '-vxvajCna• r ~.'1.1.: W~~ (~ ~~ .•~~ir7~\7'+_1~ETtJ~V~~...l~/yi~i=- _ ..~ . `~'J~a.[~L~1.sp-tS~t1~~1.14- d ~ ftV~'Y In a , Qt~s: ~~2~: xFf! ~~#~~ S30l~~2~ ~t3 ~6~~t2IS~ I I A ~ .
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e N-MTMMWEN~'~N Otsuka, Shoji STUDIES ON CAR:30ii HO2:OXTDR CONTk:::T IN CIGARRTTK,S`IOKt:, by Sho j i Otsuka, I:aaua Nuj ic-rara, 1lieayasu Ikp-wa ana kiyoshi tiirayaraa ; iaoi Kagaku 16 (.To. 3) '150-5 (1970) In Japanese with Enl;lish Abstract 4ef - 1~ ~:
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589 by T. stevuz•i;. lu - - U. S. Argvriiie 1Valio7urZ Laboratory, Chicv.go. J A conference on radioactive is+btopes in n;;riculture; held on January 12, 13 and 14, 1950, at :Nlichi;;ln St1to Univer- sity, East Lansing, Michigan. Sponsored,by the Council of Participatin~ Institutions of .Argonne National Laborst- tory. Washington, U. S. Atomic Energy Commission t1f15Gt • sl, 416 p. illus., tables. 26 cm. (U. S. Atomic Energy Cvn:rais- slon. T1D 7512) Includes bibliographtes. 1. RiologIcal research. 2. Agricultural research. 3. Radionctiae tracers. i. Title.' n. Title: Radioactive Isotopes In agriculture. ( Series) `,1C770.UG3 no.7512` ) 030.72 57-G1138 Library of Congress -- 15Sk51
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t Biochemistry 4(No. 8) 1628-32 (1965) (in English) : A dcgridation of nicotinc which resultcd in ~ bctK-ccn positions-2 itnd S, and also hctwccn positions. 1 fission of Ihc pyrrolidinc ring to yield oxalic acid, methyl. ;~; . 3 and 4, but the qu:mtity of 'C in po.itions 3 and 4 was : aminc, and 3-pyridyl mcthyl 1:ctonc was dcvclopcd, ,' ` almost twice as great as that in positions 2 and S. The '! which, along with prcvioucly utilizcd dcgrrndations, . lalr_ling pattcrn was consistent with the hypothesis that : ~ permitted asscssmcnt of "C in catch carbon of the ring. acetate wa's convcrtcd by way of the tricarhoxylic acid After a biosynthctic period of 2 days with [2-"CJacc-.;: '- cycle to glutacmatc which procccdcd through a symmc- _ tate, radioactivity was found to bc e.rnly distributcd ' -;° trical intcrmcd_iatc to form the pyrrolidine ring. -.~ ~.~.I!.• I Sti J rlich,,_U._S.) ,a„ . Wu. r• H f ` ;o T_ Wu, P. H. L.; Byerrum, R. U. :;~+,; '. (Michi~an St. Univ., Dep. Biochem., East Lansin N I COT I!VF--R h S Y*ME S I S/ N I C f 1T I*'F.--DF. (: ttA *)AT I t'1N/ ~50272 5628
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, VZ oSf11-fffn' r ft~_'' CA$BOHYDBATES.:Dt: TOBACW: Mi T: C€1t~'~tUC'~Y"~` (1970) » RE~` LEAVNS' OW- fiT ac• Mxzuno, T. STUDIES OiY TI:E CARBOHYDI'i.AT'ES OF TOBACCO. PP12T Y. F:{EE SUG.ARS AND V:L' CONSTFUCTZtE SUt;iaR.S 0F GLYCGSjf)ES ]lri CNEk:N LE9`'ES Otr J•APeENESE 11A1GliT 1'ELIAW T03ACC0, by T. Mizuno and T.• Kisnpyo Translation from: Jour. Agr. Chea. Sor, Japan 31 (No. 5) 297-499 (1957)
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K N NAKA K TEX T RES J UNIO AKAMURA ~~ s ~Pr~ftcture/ Sowa machi Kanazawa ku~} 'okohama^236/Japan /n.-.tL- 'J ~ / vv"'/ . ~~TSUKO Hj~ AKEYAMA ~ ~~f~~f~ an ext les/ , ~Yatabe2Nigashi Tsuk~ba=gun, Ibarakinj0.)~Japan / AND HYOE HATAKEYAMA arch Inst tuteJYatoberHrgashy ABSTRACT~ Tserkrba-ge.+r, IbarokiA30S/Japan ,... ~ ..''',_.. ir:Y The crystallization and melting of adsorbed waterLon cellulose samples such as +e olx~nl 73O_~Ct1 K_-~,ani~n frnm ~~~ ^t+~n~i~~e nrwafpr ratrnlatroa r•nm fhn r.tnlec Ifle~nti~ sc~ninglcalplim~er ~S(3 T9 e>9thermic peaks of crystallization of sor6ed ate?'on tRe cZtlul e samples are observed. One is a sharp peak (Peak 1) observed at about 255 K in a DSC curve; the other is a broad peak (Peak 11) observed cotton, kapok, linen, jute; various rayons, and wood cellulose have been studied using a i 8018 M©695 P - 607
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RADIOISOTOPES--TOT3ACC0,StiOKE/TOBACCO--SrtOKE--PRECURSORS/ 73 IX Ho NICOTINI?--TOBACCO Sr+_OKE~ RJR CLASS 140. PA.~SPHLET 73 IX Ho k llousemdit, T. 11. ; Heneage, E. (' Harlow Hill, Harrogate, Yorkshire, Ct. J.ab. Counc o P es b , . , , . acc ~o dotriacontane-16, 17-l C, tobacco, additive. • *Key,%,;ords:* nicotine di(p-toluoylt artratc)-21-,14C, tobacco, additive. Beitr Tabak:orsch. 1973. 10 p. (1973) (in En l,ish) . .
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L;sbr S ;J * pd- vjgr,lv--i OT,+rAra MsU l se~v~osiv,~ vv .ra~vo~ ~nvri~ rou~~~u.~0~S3~1~ • :, ~~ - ~ ( : , ~3 ,~ ;~. • ~'~:'~~: i i, sg1 Vtw i~:t,S,:'1 _=.i.'-._t :.. i~..~ ,:~LJ '-.i f .~.'~.L"~'F~ +.Jj-~.,,~ ! v Ewz:: l,z:: ...~~t~t"...wa>+c--..w--""+-°---.a"-._.._~.,._....-._,.,~.t ..;-..,,.,._.-• e~.~--,,..;.;t'e-.."^`:.- . ...,~.F..~..-. i . . - .. - . .~ _. _:.-
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~ ~ N VI CC0. . M i 9 AMPARZIOWMWAM (1970) 9c. Mizuno, T. STUDIES ON TIiE CARBOHYDRATES OF T0;3ACC0. PE.12T 3. THS CARBOHYDRATES OF THE STEI4 l1TdD THE ROt7TS OF THE TOBACCO PLANT, by T. Miau=wo, S. :.:~Luuua, A. .Yate.sgei~.::;wi:i T. ::.i~)j:yu Truuslation froa: Jour. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan 32 (No. 6) 467-470 (1958)
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50272 5634 ~ , ti?N~.• ~cc~~~~•. -L~tca~ 2 ~ C~~ ~-/~ %~ 1~f1 + -- -_ - .:•~•--~ - . __ .t . • , • • . • . L,. . . . i XX rleF4:4R••74:' • . • • : . .. : i. ~ z. ~~ ~ P . 6 -~, ~ ~ Y • .. , 'vr~: ,~. • ~ : _ r.. _•. . ,..:_ .- p~ ~ p. /3-1$. . ~', /, ~~,~-,<,~ . I-~ •• , • .. .- ~` -- . ~ . • z. • . . E , • . ' . . . .. ~• . •~~'~ ~ Part XIV. Antioxidztive activities of purified melanoidins and thei: ' . . M. .. . rw:. 1 •! . ~ • . • rnmparison with those of legal antioxidants . , .~ • . . . . • . . ... . _. ~ •. AONA{O YASlAGUCHI and &MASAO 1•UjIMAKI • -: ' ~- •. ' N ~ . . The nitrogen contents of the melanoidins purified from the heating mixtures of 2.At D-xylo:,e with 2.1f. 4A! or 10.1t ammonia were 11.62, 12.47 and 12.86!; respectively, and each mei?noidia shoa•c•ti aimost similar antioxidative activity on linoleic acid On the contrary, the mi:lanoidins puriF.ed from the heating mixtures of 2.1t D-xylose with Z.til glycine, 281 atnmonia. 2.11_L-argi:tiae, 231 L-1ysine or 2A1.L-histidine were divided into two groups on the nitrogen contents. One is a D-xylosa•giycine and -L-lysine group containing about 6,-V of nitroZen and the other Is a DTxytpse-I.-arginine. -L-histidlne and -ammonia group containing the nitrogen of 11-r12,0S. The iatter group of melanoidin showed more in5ibitory effect on the oxidation of linoleic acid than the former group, but the antioxidative activities • were not aiways proportioiut to the nltrogen content in each metanoidin. In the eomparisoa of the aRL~OXidaCtv'_ ?rf;v:t++. .s~ ~~•••.••-e3~-- i•' - "^ "" ~' ` ~ _ ______ ... _ ~,.-•----• -. _ _. - _ . .. _ _ . _ . \
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-1 \ `VOt-bG'L `FjbY az;,aN •d°,+:fg •9ozd 'uopdxocp:a:;~ •oIRI V:eXSn sSIIYxo rA rIO2s3'dasM3T13 3o SS3Qfl.LS •s •g •a `xv3rTtt
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, qt;o: olx A2t="ZvA w4-Raxyt 'zoqay cny •oai 'm $09vd 8S L96t ('ti'qa '65A,2(t 'VT=o;T M Io QIteuvwtun) 'ZOOhidv d0 SSMOd''J a'IIZP'YOA NIdSI9?0 NO SIIMA.LS . RiqS-Saiup ' SttaZ . SS6 ~ az'
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OfiS1'T3M.73 S:?t;:~''i v:JjA2„'~lJZ3 !dU 3wzCTfi~~! Ra0:7yR 'Ttlail2TaCOW ' Sti'I~7J_~TKd'~7iO~eS:,$~.T1~IYJT~ ~'lQO~'s8I(~7~5, ~
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• V-,,4.^sC^.~Kd a $C'~JiLG'at?p ©e,TM4 cuo.;j wpe z-sue4 qahl2usa t ~a011j °o,i~ 1-2 (uccIvr °org 6ric,s3 Matiiiy .'i.YF)a.ti 07 VlVA Z) 5,;~'ta=::;.n?130 r3o]:ilio ma tto SaQAuS •x "'P.-iJ-inZat t~~d~d=~~~~id~L
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50272 5645 As 1 = CLAtd HE~'r _gY-~~Ilf~'r"~7 , , . . Asano, lSakiat:igQ t _ . 5T'+TJiES CN C'rU12Y.iES OF YENTt2ZCUIJ.P, MiTEi'Is~..C OF CF1%M IMRT BY tiiCOTLE. Fhotastat fYomt Y.cshu Hisei4.n Kmkyu t;oLoku 11 Wo, 2) 61-67 (1°a2) r...
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: :. {50272 5665 California Room Wed. 11, 1974 9:25 a.m. 76 II Re„-76 6th Int. Congr. Essential Oils, San Francisco,* 1974 BY: V. Staikov, R. Detcheva, A. Balasinova-Tzvetkova to 31.:w~.H ~.i y Al The oliginous Rose flower of Kazanlik which has only one blooming a year, . :. around the end of May and the beginning of June, produces and stores essential oil in the fpetals, calyx, stamen and pistil) Staikov; Zolivitch 1957. In refernce to the researchs already achieved, we can see that the quantity ~ . - . of rose oil increases as long as the floral bud is increasing.. The rose does 6 ,
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By H. J. 7rochimowicz and G F. Reinhardt . "Dos/s sola laclt venenum"br "The dose they enjoyed wide acceptance and toxicity alone makes a poison. " Tri1s statement, probletns were essentially non-existent. Ex- made byParacelsus several centuries before tensive toxicological studies conducted at the advent of aerosol oroducts_ r»eans' * rlasxeq taooratory ana etsewnere on Dotn a i d h t h l G d n ma umans s an ave a so con rme - fh f U l/ 6 t b a nrac ca v anv su s ance can e the Iow toxicit t thes tl o b y o u rocar e on eom- Invln r/ f6n dnea le C..n:..r...,i • ~~~ pounds. Although the fluorocarbons are The pInti~lhabrd qf anAero~pl prpdu yreals,~ne~lhetic agents at high inhaled 1ev- can co fro?~ th soes.athe }~~bdutt a 'els, t~ey ~~oduce no adverse effects at nor- the propellant. Over the past several years, mal use or accidental misuse concentrations. ' `' ' the toxicity of aeroso ronellanta has been In lifht of these animal and human_data.__
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50272 5649 . 'aS Fl~~ . OF VDUOIO=D`:PdLYYHISNOC:-L}XiflrASE. t4attuyarast •S ., S'YUDIES 0.4 1"M CMICAL COtMTI''.ir'TS 0Q ifE "CIMMItx It r•.~ TO^AcCO r-LAt:T. FAfiT IZ. CFiI[7F.GGFMC AaO AND PL`LY~?IiEi=:O;. b'hIDa.iEV by Sustauw t:atuLyc= and K.er.zo Iothltoya. V4pp023 flosCl 1'r.II,f'y°tRl ColF:'a! ~~ (:-+b. 8) 622d5 (1960) . ~;aS11ch txauslatLott ai JagmeSg oxlSfM1..
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~- Die Lcbensmittol-Industtic 24 (1977) H. 11 /7j7 76 II Re2- S.P. . ....~.._ . . ~dntersvehc~a~gen zc~r tfor~ndcrung dor crrantatIschea dtoffQ des IfQrEanal O-'rs durc6>t dlo 'Wa"rme- csnd SUL-gjntiagt®nsfroctte>itsng ~ ,. ,~. SA . k. ~ i~o o vad2e Gjet~t~/ r 4pla +~. 1 Pro1. Dr. Sch. IC. Tschopotvadse und D. D4. 13achtadse, (Stnnlliche Univcrsit:it Tbilissi/UdSSR Lehrstuhl Siir Warenkunde , 2usammcntassuna. . . • )Slt )tllte der Gnschromatographic wurde er- rnittelt, da0 KorLandar bcl der Wlirm ctrock- nung bclrliditlicho T7engcn an fithcrlsdten t)len verl/crt und neuc GcscLmncks- und Arumakomponrtucn Lcwinnt. Alcsc 1•'eststcl- lunr fund auiit Uchn orLanoleptischcn Ver- •gleldt von frlschc•m und gPtrocl:netom 1Cor1-' andor thre )lcst4ltgung. Im (:egensatz dazu" Vcrlindert die SubllmattonstrocknunB die organoleDtlsericn Ligcnsdtatten nur unwr i sentlldt.. essential olls durlng heat drying and gets , tlkhen Stofto sehr )abil und trennen new flavour and aroma components rhls . i ch ldcht nur bel h6heren Tem~latu• statcmont was proved also by organoleplla s , comparlson of fresh and dried coriander. ren, sondern auch bel 6ewt;hulichen La- on the contary the or8anoleptlc propenles wcre chaneed only unesscntlally by subu-. ' gerungsbedingungen leicht votn Pro- , mutlon drying.,. dukt. Es handc)t sich dabel um Al- } dehydc, Ketone, Fster, hNlcre Alicohoie, ; 13et der warenkundlichen IIewertung organische Sliuren, Azetale, Tt:rllene :".". ,. von Trockenwiirze werden der Ge-. und andere Verbindungen.,:. . ' ,u sehmack, das Arotiln tind die Farbe ge-. ' Zahlreiche Forscher untersuchten be=, ;:• - ` wbhnltt h organolcptisch ermitlelt. Beim relts die 2usammenhange zwlachen dem y<<• .
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RADIOISOT01'ES--TORACCO SI•tOKI:/;~ICCriZNI:--Tff~:f~::CC) Si•iOKE/ TOBACCO--SMOKE--PP.I:CLP.SOP.S / CIGARE'1'TES--T.AB1:LIt;G/ fffE'f9 7V [Ii. . ttouscman, T. N. ,(1;,obacco Res. C:ounc. Lab. , Harlow Beitr. Tabakforsch. 1973, 12p (1973) (in English) 50272 5658
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TOBACCO--SMOKE--COMPOSITION/TOBACCO--SMOKE--ACIDS/ RJR CLqSS ~ -~ ~:cburaki, Y.; lSik'sc~i, Y.; Nakamura, ~I. N0. TF,A.YSLATIOV ~ *(no.affil.)k ~. - - --_._..~....,,..~ .. ----- .----.~~,~ . ..ippon Sembai F:oshn Chuo KenkyusFa . •en yu Hoko:cu ill, 151-158 (1969) - T.eference. (Jap;:nese Original - Co;•:ple~e' English Trznslaticn Availabl.e Nou) 421ote date. * ,
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0961) 55-Qv£ ('1-£ •ON) U~Y •UAP,. v=aqd •.nl 'qo-ld ... •8q'"TS •S '41 m Zvdl,a5 'x 'v 'S~'tT ':i 'd F.q `-sflmdOSSO S,Doa :II J~M,.31lCAd I:5a'IIo JO ItiSI.TM3S}i .~i ~ ~.IE1"t:.'R' ~:{:F' SRiRlYFy.'l.\Wi~rCK?TTltit~TlYI~~T.T'a.T\Tr~c+w~-_-_ ~al I -"
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I qD 321 ` :sammslc.ti,40 n s . T v Tiinell, Tore. Studies on cellulose reactions. Stockholm, Cxeneralstabmns litografiska anstnlts fiirlng,1950. - 275 p. lllus. 25 em. (Ingeuitirsvetenskap.wikademlens bandlingat, nr. 205) Issued also as thesis, Stockholm. "General summar,r ~: p. 12171-222. Bibltograpby: p. 22v-2-a3. i 1. Cellulose. (Series: Ingenltfrsvetenskapsakademien, Stock- holm. Iiandlingar, nr., 203) [TA4.I 43 nr. 20.rit'l'"*N 547.3 A 50-8096 Ibwa. StateColl. 1.ibr.` for Library of Congress 12,
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r: . L50272 5676 Ha11,J.L.f RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ha 1961 Doctoral dissertation. North aro ina tate o ege, Raleigh, NC. 1961 Univ. Miicrofilns International.Ann Arbor, M1.114 p..61.(IN s ENG.) •' ISN = 6106 \
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(09-6'L) Za °"CddctS t07 u=o =ocT. '.z4: q'd ' eutq,4©aj•1 xaatmo asou-adnP tGF3T'4uapTizn uu nu uonT2 r©dvd *;tPtnaTaew =cm pirn o,4omo4g,r, onzux A~ a,L,L:.^ZtVJXJ ..ii-I u0 Sa.i.QCil~S cn~I sc~or.oa~y
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Sakagami, H. ~ _ s ~-~50272 5664 , (Japan Monop. Corp., Cent. Res. Inst., Yokohama, Jap.) ' 73 IX Sa :. TOBACCO--ADDITIVES--PYROLYSIS/• -- .i9 .` THE BEl1AVIOR_OF WCYRRIII2IC ACID AND C YCYRFJIETINIC ACID ADDED TO TOBACCO O;i S:10::ING ( "" ,, i!@Q. .,&dW0VRTC6t- PART IM' Nippon Nogei Kagaku Kaishi 47 (No. 10) 623-26 (1973) (in Japanese with English su=ary) `- *Keywords:*•glycyrrhetinic acid, sQoke, constituent; . glycyrrhizic acid, tobacco, additive; glycyrrhetinic acid, tobacco, additive:
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. 0 72 VI P.P--77 Araiba, K.; Honda, N ' S.P. ~ * ..i ~+7R7L~SQA ~ . ' Okayaina Tabako Shikenjo Hokoku 36, 33-41 (1976) (in ^ ) ' ,.English summary ~ *Keywords:* iron, cured, constituent; manp arese cured constituent; , , , .. a i 50272 5671 RJR CLASS NO. PA2•iP1iLET 72 VI Re-77 s.p. Japanese with
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` " " - • " _ CILZA ANDCILIARY MOTION/ " - . "-- . 50272 5660 75 II, Saf .t.e ISooy ..-. Joir_ CllYlg39'7794(1968) f •. M * : . ~ ti " . . •IIL Further StutUes on the "Ciiiuzn Tip and it •• . "Sliding Filament" Model. of C:liaty* Rlotility. PETER SATIR Feom the Departinent of Phpiology-Anatonoy, t ni.cnity or Cilifurnis, Berkeley, Catilornia S17R0 Tbes study confirms and extends previous.vork oa the lateral cilia of the tresh-water mussel, F.diptis caniplonaeut, in support of a "sliding filament" mec.hanism of eitiary motility wherein peripheral filaments. (microtubules) do not -change length during beat (see Satir, I967). Short sequences of serial sections of tips are examined in control (nonbeating) and activated (metacbronal wave) preparations. Several different tip types, functional rather than rnorpho- ` gpnetic variants, are demonstrated, but similarly bent cilia have similar tips The peripheral 6luaents are composed of two subfibers: a and b. The bent regions of cilia are in the form ofdreular arcs, and apparent differepces in subfiber-b length at the tip are those predicted solely by geometry of the stroke without the necessity of assuming filament contraction. Various subfibets b apparently movf with respect to one another during beat, since small systeautie variations in relative position can be detected from cilium to eilium. While subfibet-b lengths are uniform throughout, subfiber-a lengths are morphologically difiaent f(c each filament: 8 and 3 are about 0.8 µ longer than 1, 4 and 5, but each unique length is ' ion r t Subfibet`a does not eontract rwr doa it mov de t of tt»k ~ . . s.q.. . ,.~. . ... . . , !:''^' - p ~l _..,::r.~3....:
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r „ a > (1?L5'f) 'I£~"'"!ZZ (S 'o1) 1ti7 Tkp".x Yo3atl Qa~dTN :c0x; coTyv?s•avj;L a~IYx4:rXN aL SXSNIQLIM RFIT ATI 5:l:%*IQI`3xd d0 ha32t':4"EO41 ^I?x •AYX J;Vd '2};ORS 0:3:):'vO.L ao k0I3.ISOd;y(YJ ?rZ s0 SSIQiISS S~Io~ ' y~+xn4v)i 2 RIy-0:2iR:fdO-igIB]ttIt3N3«-wy44qVW VX ON IQY?IA 1"S0'ROTIM tM Z2 UL-aaAIX'42M MWAM am IIX
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i 50272 5663 `- ----- - - < RJR CLASS h0: FA.~[PIiLi:T VIII ?~e4 72 S.P. Nishi, H.; Morishita, I. ~ (Japan Monop. Corp., Centr. Res. Inst., Tokyo, Jap.) O1MM"'Mt+?sM.~`° C1„' Vippon Nogei Kagaku Kaistii 45 (No. 11) 507-512 (1971) (in Eagiish) *Keywords:* licorice root, tobacco, additive. O*~S72Q :~d~ 3~ ctti'1GGTia*7*]m* 2 6 h' n .. - •. .. ~ w . . . .. ~ • . .~ , . . • • .~ .....--.w~" J
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~ TOBACCO--SMOKE--PRECURSORS/RADIOISOTOPES--TOBACCO SMOKE/ IN ItJIIALED PARTICLES/INHALATION/ I~B~COT,SMOF.INC ~ r `~..._ynv..~,.....+.. . • 73 IX Ho TOBACCO--SAiOKE--BIOLOCICAL Davis, B. R.; Nouseman, T• •' 1 11411 Harrogate, Yorkshire, Ct. Brit.) : ` • . • RJR C~.AS • ~ H • Roderick iI. R. ? ~~.,,..,.•~~.ns~~+s:T4BACC0~=~MOKINC==ANYt~A~,g~XPRRIMRNTS/ S h0 PA ,, ~ iPIiLET 73 IX llo (Tpbacco Res. Counc. Lab., Har ow Vttin 16 p. (1973) (in FnBlish) 1973 sch kf , . or IIeitr. Taba ; 1 I
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RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Kaburaki, Y.; `iikami, Y.; hakamura, M. *(rn affil.)* •'i~ on Sca+bai Kosha Chuo Kenlyusho Kenkyu Hokoku 111, 159-168 (1969) - r? Prcvious fieference (Japanese Original ;- Complete English`Translation Available Now) *:iote date. * ~.. __.._ ...,..... -~..... --- -- -- , . ~ . ~ ..,~ . . .. . 1 ... ,1 .. .W ..~ :y„~ • r r`_:
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4 .. . _ , . . ~ . RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Sugawara, S.; Kobashi, U.; Sakurai, H. , • *(no affil.)* ippon Sembai Kosha Chuo Kenkyusho Kenyu Hokoku 112, 143-148 (1970) (in Japanese,- complete Engl,ish translation available) ; *Cons uents too numerous tolist* °. ' nar us types of flue-cured tobaccos, including those from U.S.A. were compar by organoleptic and gas chromatographic means. ' In rganoleptic test, significant differences were observed between U.S.A. crop and Japanese crop of the same grades with each organoleptic ;,. ~ ro ert xc4 t~o~thp~ 4 e th~ ~ p p I~th~pghla dllrof~t~ra~hq of ~ar~ic~liate phase of smoke, U. S.A. crop -. ., _. . ~ ._... .. . , , . . .'- s ,., .<j., . . r t , Z. '~. ~. . . . . -i . ' . . . ,.- , . . . ~ . 4 A ~50272 5653 +NNs~. .• .- . ~.i..:..:....r :.~...... ...._. . . ,.., _.. ..-i.~s._s ';.[ ... r..r. -, ...... ~ . _ ...~ _ . . . . .. . . . _ sR ' TOBACCO--QUALITY/TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION-- ~QUALITY, COLLATION RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--POSITION ON THE STALK/ OF
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-i ( Cymbopogon flexuosus Stapf E. V. G. Nair & K. Chandrashekharan . Lemongrass Research Station, Odakkali , According to a survey of the Indian Pcrfumcry and ancillary industries Conduc- ted recently by the United 'Nations Industrial DcvclaPnicnt Organinitions, India should bc ablc to raise its exchange earning from the export of perfumcs, cosmetics, loiltts and ccscntial oils to about 15 crorcs during the next five years. Lcmonarass is one of thc most important csscntial oil yielding crops, which, can earn about 6 crores of rupees, ~v.~,;,.~o ,. n ~t.0 9 ned from each' plot, .ras recorded at an interval of 45-50 days. It is evident froni thc data given in Tablc I that the highest mean yield of grass, oil and citral pcrcenragc of oil con•cs- ponds to the spacinew 15ctn x 10cm. 2. Study on the optirrium dose Com- ' post and as for Lemongrass to get the maximum yield of grass, oil and ,percenta-e.+f.-it.-..t :.. .:... ..:~ 3.
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50272 5672 Il-Pj-F-firl.i.Lif7rTIOsUtfuQi' I ~ .~ ~ ~`.~ ~ I ,_y ._.. ... ..~.~..«..•.__.~........-......~.s.i.:.....~....+~•it-~_ _ ~. a~ ..__....... «r~..r.... ~....a,,,..w:... -. r- O , TAKAO MORI, NOWI:O FL'SE AND ICHIRO CHIBATA TIrTSCYA TOSA (pept. o/Afpl. Biochem.. Chtm.lles. Lab., Tar.abe Sriyaku Co. Ltd., Kasbima- tho, Xi~OSjtf104~O~sf:'A-ktt, Osaka, Japan) . ... s.;.~.... _ ~: r'...s~..~ ~ r_ (with 2 5gs.) Introduction Generalh-, enn-me reaction_s have been carried out in batch process brincubzting a sotution containina substrates and soluble enz}?nes, and these proceduYes caused many disad.•anta;es in application of ' enzx-me reactions for industsial purposes. If stable h•ater- ,' inso:nl~le mi.z}'me preparations possessing saeci5c catalytic acti.-it}, can bA eariapre^~are, most of the dirad:•ar.tages uuierent in tile ', _-r- • +
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4-' tDiES I S .er~~ ~UDESMAN~"~°exE~OR}~II~~~ $~~$APEh'!otD~r Kelly, T. R. STUllI1:S DIRECTED TOwAF.D THE TOTAL S7filllESIS OF EUDI:S}=.AA1E J&.I;D E°.Et:OP1:ILE`.hE SESQUITEF.PENOIDS 1968- . , 125 Fuges :3uxversity I•iicrofilms l~x~i :rbor, tlichigan
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'. . . (Kith 6 l,gs.) . . ~ (27-IV-1970) ~ . Int;oduction r- a° 'n~ ' ' - 9 ~;~ `" TErst.-Ya TosA, T:&a:.-%o '.%toru AxD Tcsuzo Csu3Are (Dept. of Aptlied Bioehens., CFern. Res. Lab., Tanabe SeiyakK Co., Ild; Ja a~rJ Osaka k hi Hi Ai +d h p , n, o~awa- as rria-c ;as .c o, In previous papers of this series, the authors reported that the continuous optical re.'olution of ac}•1-n;.-am:no acids became possible br u;in~ a column packed .~-ith water-insoluble aminoacylase (E.C. 3.~.1.1-1)t--s, as well re: ults of an investigation on the enz-,-tnat- ic properties of .rater-insoluble !atninoact'lases• 6. In the course of these.experiments, it -%vas found that the «-ater-irisoluble 2mi>:o- • acrla_ce was actirated b~• u:ea: In this presentation, the activation _t'la.sze by protein denaturing agents such soluble a:nincn of.jv~atc*-iut _ ~~ \
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R 1RillETiiY:.BiLY::A.t }:D 1968 ~~0"lim" ""Auli£ubmw+ltNW8&O . . . . ,, ..... - Leach, J. T. STUI?IL'S Oa TEiE GMiPOSIiION OF Ti1IW£iiYSILI'L1:1G0 -CIGAF.ETTE- SXQKE PARTICUL,ATE W.TTER, by J. T. Leash and E. D. Alford Pap+air praa©etrA at tho 22na Tobacco ChmnisCo R3sseasch Cen£erenco, Kichmond, Vxrgin3P, Oce:o'uer 17-19, 1966 , 9 F'a8eJ '_. i
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50272 5691 72 VII Sb TOI3kCC0---LE~+tiY:S---PHXSICAL FROI''ER9'IES/ TOI3tiCC0-DAX.INOW`• TOI3~,CC0--t :C :~TtiRE~ ~.vIIZ~-LT~IHf: DR" / _. VG SHRI:JKAGE OF T -<+ t \T m J r?l
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50272 5690 . 7UNSLATiON CIGARETTES--M~.'NTHOLATED/TOBACCO--SMOKE--MENTHOL/ - - .L. _ ~. _....... .~ _.. ~.-..e..+....... .,......._r.. - ..~.... .... --- a RJR CLASS :.0. TRA.`SL:.TI0N Brozinski, M.; ro2.berg, U.; Ligp, G. (Martin Brinkman 'G. Res. Develop., Bre:ren, Gcr.) *(L'ntcrsuct:u::c,.ea uber die Verteilung des Menthols auf Tabak, Filter und Uach von. ::Ln t'.lo1c:Earet ten. ) * Beitr. Taua~:forsch. 6, 124-30 (1t972) (in German vith Complete English Translation) - *Keyvords:* , r.entrol, tobacco, additive... 1 ~
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I+ukuzumi, Tetauo ` S'1'i)DxCS ON x`IIE CRQ:ICAL COMITUEiaTS 0F ~~.V ~rn`./., ~..~ Mti~ . II. YSOI~n^ 7v1d OF 2 -7,SG1t R4YXL~ HALZC ACLD FRQi TUP.KZSIT YOBACCO, by pukazirmi, Tetsuo; HiYUyesu ?akaharay Cia j iM I:ane;co and Isso Ocaishi. hi.pron VogeikeHeka Kaiahi 9 (Ha.S) 2Q4-07 - . [50272 5651 . VI Ful:. 11
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H. Woccox and Z. '.NIALRL'S: Direct drying of cerealsw3th diesel oil as a fuel does not increase the lead and cadmium contents.- F the .-iew int of food hygiene and in the interest of the consumci s protection, however, it is o m p ro recommendable to abandon this kind of drying since previous studies have shown that it involves the risk of contam'mation by cancerogcnic hydrocarbons.: , r :- ( Die ICahrung I 22 I 7 ~ 1978 1 647-634 1 Zcntralinstitut for LrnBhrung in Potsdam•Rchbrncke,(Dircktor: Prof. Dr. H. HAEVEL), Forschungszentrum fur Xiolckularbiologic und Mcdisin. Akademic der Wissenschaftcn der DDR, und Forschungsrentrum f6r \ahrungs• und LrnShrungshygiene des Instituts for Hygicne undpp i d emiolo;ic in Prag CSSR (Lcitcr: of Dr A WoLF ~, , ~ , . . . ~ ~ ,_ . I .y ~.a wcRnx,r.x~ C :Q o~ C . . Untelsuchungen zur RfeiL q'nrL~rar~m;,,rr.~re..,*.~.v.:.....:..~, i bei der Rauehgastrocknung von Getreide ;
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N£3d(;e,, 7..^.I1 G. ::71'DSk: i L'i EhST IEDj1 zP?ttI7k:it2: OF St.LVxA9 XS. r1otio3t2t'i fromt EdiItc Iioy. Bot. ~ (tto, ].) 47-b9 (1959) GazY3. idot-os
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r. (V ,f6'r °1Z7 . .?a4"-onea) (~' L (°S °~) o00s:(oT 1~(55~'C : a~t~(.^J~~) Qu"TSj' u (Z °oEf) it .aoj,oFaA:.I qi'•n2rI r::c.rj 4T-;;xdcU °G9 s89 °ati :»rr~'."~L~~ICIE~y O'JiY.'.~ow aric~.vl'rv~ v?~irws' e~ cx ° t~xs 1~ °,~ prosu~I Exro .xorUr~-, °0 t1,a~:1~ ~ :1~~ Aq , ~•ru ~1LX~7~YA ::QT.7J,):'i'?`JA:.°I aiIZQIURA Gu`JfiC~~t•I '~':.~: `S"??JIS.KEi mveI .- aclv UIZo1tli0oTKO UIIT., rTO s:lon-7s °x •s.1oo3 o~a~ox tu ~ ~s~sr~rx~~t a.uc~^car~,c r~t~.:~a s~ °a ~V~txc '.XOtVr•s
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ZS (Studies-in Coordinate Indexing, Vol. VI) , : ... . Slamc,ca, Vlndimir (F.ditor) THE CO;II:iG kGE OF YN(.Y?Tcf.hTI011t. xECHhQL03Y (Studies in• CooYdinate Inde.xing, Voi. Vz) : . - ... 1965 ` 166 page~ Documentation, Inc. Washington
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r (.50272 5678 a&-sociates. lNnshin; ton, Documentation Incorporated, 1953. 110 p. 22 cm. Bibllograplilcal footnotes. Z695.9.T3$ ~-. 029.5 iLlbrary of Congress 4-J 1151 ..-~-...; ;.~.,, '-r.--- ~-~a~-~ ••r,:: . - . ' • ' ~ ~ ~ Z 119~~t#SB~~t~~a3~~lftfcb~S_ltiexl~:,; 695 Ta Taube, Mortimer, 1910- -+m ~ - • ~~ 1953 Studies in coordinate indexing, by Mortimer Taube and 53-4043
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HQccv o Ion G. =-n~ ~~ a• y~ .LI T ~+~~` C.liJj ir ! ~ •i /1 VM~.GJ ShilVlJf ~ Pftoiloat.ut fromt F:iin. Fc,v4 13ot. G-1:Y.i. 3) 173--53 (1957) \J
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11 50272 5684 ~ ----- ~ . Formation of Mold Pcllct and Its Eniyme' Activity j/ jirami Ijoba3•ashi and I3 ielear St,uzuki (Fecmentation Rcsearfh Irr•titute, InaFq Ahiba) yf..:. ~. Vol. 50. 1972) , ~ .~. sy~. 625 -Ax-t-A-11 ~ .,w ti~ __ ._._.. ., i.. - Docompositiai of Raflinosc by a•GalactocEda..e of Ntold (7. Fcrrncnt. Tochnol., Vol. 50, No. 9, ~ 62._5- 6302, 1972) S.. o.o: o With the aim of . hydro!yzing raflinose continuously by the a-Ralacto- . . evt~en nf rnllAff nt ;.11nr•l r.~!% .~r; i ia~•r IthP. iflrniati(ltl. SCi13)t]e. .9nd a-ealiac~ ..._ ~ 01 i
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-Studies for the Economic Development of India No.•5 Alanne, Alan Sttssraatun. Investments for capacity expansion; size, location, and 'time-phasing, edited by Alan S. Manne. Cambridge, Bi. I. T. rrnss 11967.1 230 p. Illus. 23 cm. (Studies In the economic de.elopwent of India, 5) Bibliographical footnotes. 1. Indfa-Indus.-Caae studies. 2. Industrial capacity. 3. Mathe- matlcal models. i. Title. ( Serles) HCA31.S8 voL G E358.1'52'0954 66-24571 `
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to Sander, V. J. *(no affil.)* 50272 56 8 5------- -------- ..r i ArzeiA.-Forsch. 21 (No. 12) 2034-2039 (1971) (in German with English *Keywords:* anabasine, cured, constituent; metanicotine, cured, constituent; nornicotine, cu~red, constituent; pyrrolidine, cured, constituent;• butane., 'methylahino-, smoke, constituent; . ethatie, methylanino-, smoke, constituent; metanicotine, sr.iake, constituent; N-methylaniline', moke, constituent; ~ ~...r~.~._.:_.J....:_~_..... RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 X Sa a .f ~ - - - ~ - _ . \. t(Untersucliun;en uber die Entstehung cancerogener Nitrosoverbindungen im Magen von VersuchstiPren und ihre Bedeutunp, fur ddn Menschen.)* (~ CJ O . 0 () j@en4thyIaAne;~ tnhyl, sroke, constituent; __,......-..
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English _ RJP. CLASS *10.. PAMPHLET 71 VII To Toinita, H. Z ftil )* *( • t . no a Bull, Moriot;a Tobacco Exp. Sta., Jap. 3, 175-198 (1968) summary) tiCeywords : .ti (in Japanese constituent; D-f ructose, 1-deoxy-l-(Y-aminobutyric acid)-, D-fructose, 1-dqoxy-:.-L-alaninfl-, cured, a-wmylase, cured, Gonstituent; 0-amylase, cured, constituent; aspartic, cured, constituent; catalase, cured, constituent; cured, D-fructose, 1-deoxy-l-L-prolino-, cured, constituent; invert4se, cured, constituent; peroxidase, cured, constituent; Q S 0 0 n pi~ecc~ic4ac4d; 4ured, constituent; Vlyphenoloxidase, cured, constituent; ' -. \ r.~- ..:..,.......... .
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\ r,: .I- r i ~TZ '~tI~ 5~J ~a~~~ nr1~acryl ~'3I: oitl.Gafi/ t-'SoYiCl Nr Oraft 6.f0WKJO-.Y17 4q 'PIOi.~'y*S3~u r~.:'3 a-0,unfii.T-4 zfl SmCc'tJ,S 3l'3.C• "l?'.; Shc^mYZmGo Fl0 SaCLf2:.S o-3sw'A})I 'wPv~li
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`,. I ~~~_,~ ~~ •oMy~ ''EO~~~ ~ oVE •N •S •g PUW da •SYr..~? aa'J'u~f5 kat3d O~~r?~?Ow ti~ad6'gF! WII~,f'idd 0z J9I~s'ayd dU SaalAX Mi~~~dwla NO S~t'dailt,S . (OL6T) ~ _= . :.. . £or ~ i 1 N-JURA a I tI~N~532UtiS~ 0I acTA 1 " IIL1~. ~ - L89S ZLZOS~.
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I III ~&Tu~~~-i?#~-TjiL~i3k3PR~J1'Qfi'f'iOwATIU~t`'"GI'"` TOLti~`L' ~' Ma ~~'~CA=AZ~~LZYST~ BY , 3 i.'C~ ~)T* Sa1J6'I ~ f:JtNj (L,~~ ~~ Cl .~ ~... iC,,.-n..... :.... . Gfxa:',E~:~S 3ZY t.W;s Q. st,]z P3rLS:: by I;;ca:a-u AR., Etaix--xi rA.U~,Oya vz;u ;-,tihuYu Oxr~t l3u,7.S• Jwp•'an ftY.AZ'a~,.vsA lpx`• y, 4v-f6 `Sa' --"I v
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\ (556Y) GOT~06 (Z 'ON) hY 'doqaoPff •anor 0:23: 'ld PTO `;Z'PUc+A TZGn?3 •V `TAAirac,;l ?:~~ "'~' eC:Yi*?JJ •v •'jt:c:ir771%jj , t~l~~~a`~~ •~ 4~•,3'y120ZCiTj 01'j afq "~i~1~C~~~ w~~.Z~~w~~ .ZZ L7A1u"7aZ t~~ . . Si1..lut 1LJQ{F iirm.uVal%i~Y in'autuQ lhv ~7.C(.4A)miou-sVy 40 s-il-r-MzOU aw hmxa~u~ana •xxx asox II ajv MV°U~~a 110 M- a(n.TS U96T) ;3n7~r.filZt~(! ~xH330KI'.,TV~~CId~~IQ~BbI~t~i~I~R7~f)4K90 uv -3U , S:~T~2i~:Ib~t~''~fi.~'~?Oh'r*21~c~3tttF"r'°Y`YI II I 310N ' SSnI~.Vdii~3CC`t~V~I~X3~I~~N~h~~a~C `°~°SRitF(tI&, ` ' • " . ... . . . 3. . f`_ . . '
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LEAD AZIDE/ 50272 5702 DISSERTATIONS'--UNIVERSITY OF DELAWARE/ ~ lhiversity of Delaware,'Ph.D., 1972 Physics, solid state Uni.ersity Microfilms, A)(ERO(Company, Ann Arbor. Michigan
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~ A Thesis. Ciia»t;, Charlotte -1. STt.tn7T: i.7i1 i-?P!: VOT.i:, /1_ Thoc1 a 1969 ' 211 ^a„es UIUV@rSiLy :•Ilcr4ff?r,s, Inc. .'lan Arbor, :tichi:; e~t \
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VI bTLiFjZE9%OIWTUE:"CFI3'riZCA'is-.GO=aiS'L'iiMCtCS ;UCo;[tu 50272 5650 ~ ~ Fu, a~E•CCO. YukuxuESi, af.tsua Y F E C ' B Ii i.I. r1?w \ TOEACCO 1.E.:VE3. 1. Owhtrp: :.Ca)S YiV zU:tY,YSR XOBACCO, Isy Vu:Mlimi, tc4cuo; Hfroy::s:z xaka- hara; Rajirae r%eaeko aGd raao Oaiabi Nippon nogeikagaku, PaiSM16 39 (No.5) I99•2?.3 1'~ y",w:YL" ..~T~ c...
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~ 50272.,.5698 . ~:Ii~ATi091?OBACL'0--5TORAC:E/STO#:I~OE,. CHEMICAZ.S JCORROSION/ ' ELECTRIC ENGINEERING--MaTERIALS/MFTASLS--CORROSION/- : 73 iIZFI Nai• t. . ; .. _ - v Tsf f+T ACC t!A _ AAMPRi-FT •T1 V772 Na ~'. , .X~ , III -----=~ IeMY= NakaH.; Matsumoto, S.; Uehara, S. *(no affil.)* _ I - ~YT 69-78 (197].) (in Japanese - complete English translation Shinshi Toppo 8 , available) s. .*Keywords:* tobacco warehouses, phostoxin, tobacco,
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\ IT^COT '9 ~~oloaa~:rud paTId4y pue d3ato*ixoy •x02xno,mg •3 pua 4uoxj:7 •t1 •0 `pYojuz~:T •d Aq 'J: (l'rIS R=tlvJxa a:iy 'IC'Y.7:?d •I •11.L'C1dSK`IN•T. Sf::)QSj Ati9'T'1i3 !dO 5:i0d'VA .?::VIY3n 30 1J.:3..j_`'.3 aN.L NO `s`.I4I1J.a •d 'pYa;=ati ,j'=%iWAS2WMV
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\ °o °a suo-4:-htTas r,,m ot~l'[noTaV So q.ui=;-n'diza s©~}r:'.S PtnTuII (U,SZ °x~~aao;j~ ~po~dE.t`r3oflrt}rtt 4aYi;c~Wed uo.FsToTq 1q.)JUeQOa ~r_a:~~Yt1~~J fV jo j.u3caz.xiedaa sQ,4aYS P©,4Tu11 ' lou r-.~.^•tC °,d 'M puo wnt'~6R'J °d °Ci `~~ °0 °0 ~ ~ •'i, rJ .iIr , ar y`t :,~ C ~ .~..~~ nnal..tir~ ~~ Nrn r ...E:1.• u rti ~~ •:-n : .,.- ~~/~l~:.t~l 1 UJ.J ~ t~JU J .a~ 4AC(Q d7 C ~QI1TS '~!£C L.uT f! i `fV4 " w u -11 iM A 0 itI a 0 . f ~ WiA A w "
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XA ~;~3f~*f'Rfl~:SCT~~Y Ya t3~?'A (IZI) Solubin izatiou of (1970) Y E mes etc M l b th d S b , . uzy y e ean ea oy east an Yaeuwatau, Kaxsunaru S'SUJICS 014 Tl!}~: I:NZ'.`iJ:S YROB:JC:'sCl ii: !'.'..'t'-iss'x'_.. SIl.*LGU?"I£.A (III) Solubil.izcticn of yc.^s; c.-_:3 Soybean Msal by the Ei;zyraas frwr 2'r4:.2:es Stic~~;ui.sie;1. by Kai,sulcUtu Yasw--c--u, Ohno,_ t•Iasayoshi Toba_i and t;trao Sh;^!ar.cnn. Hakko Rogaku ?.asst,i 44 (No. 11) F67-53 (7.9:
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FishDein, LawTence. Potential industrial carcinogens and mutagcns. Includes • ex. " 1. Carcinogens 2. Chemical mutagenesis . . 3. Industrial toxicology. I. Title. II. Series w [ DNIM: 1. Carcinogens, Environmental. 2. In- dustrial medicine. 3. Mutagens. Q2202.3 F532pj RG268.6.F57. 615.9'02' .78-27560..;:_ ISBN 0-4bh-41777-X S3yp• ~~_.,. / / / ,
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Iahii, Shigetaka STIJI?IES 0.4 TtiK ENZIMATIC DEGk!,DATIQN OF PLANT TISSUE Pt. 1. da the Dogradiag Enzyme of Plant Tisaua and Genoral Naturc of •- Cellulolytic Eazyrsoa ProdLcod by ARperSillvs Sojae No. 48. Pt. 2. On thc Other Ensyrsa Activities Produced by !l.apr.Ypfs :ua So jcc i;o. 48, by Shigetaka Ishii, Tadaski Kikuchi and Taocr.•,teu Yohoteceka, Jour. A$r. Checa. Soc. Jnp. 43 (No• 8) S3Fr543, S44-S51 (I4c n
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AIR PdLLUTSOM REFEREWCE MEASUREMEWT t i METDQDSr ~D SYSTEMS , ; . . ~roceedings of th International Workshop, Bilthoven, December 12-16,1977 Organised by The Nadonal Institute of Public Health, Bilthoven, ~. ~/ TheWetherlands edited by ' t, . and co•sponsored by ~ > . T. SClinelder lThe National Institute of Pe~bJ. ~ :..y ~ ~ , Health, The NetherlandsJ Vf r~. The World Health Organization ' N,w, de ~Conm, (wHO, Geneva, Sw;uerlar. i ~ p ~ I ~f1 AIR=-°OLLUTION=-ANALYSIS/ 5 7 6 1978 : ; f.fx ELSEVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY ,,,j, Bt'aSSer fTNO, TheNetherlands) DAnr peromG O0oriD- dew;~orld ~f . ~ ~1978 ~~: 150272 5704 ~. \
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} II Yol +1~FitODtiCE13~~33~1; ~Ef'ro~Yt:J:S~ (1969) Part I. 1'roductinn Conditions and Some Properties of Neutral Protease Yokote, Yasuharu STUDIES ON Eh2'IMS PRODUCED SY SrREP10AfYCES CAZSPIxOSUS Part I. Production Conditions and Sc*-ne Pror.erti.es of Neutral Prote;~se, by YasuhEqu Yokot.e, Karuuori Kauasaki, Jun-ichi 12;:tkajina ar.d Yuichi Noguchi , Jour. Agr. Chera. Soc. Jupan 4_3 (No. 3) 125-131, 132-138 (1"~<9) . .,*
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~~~~ ~~5~~u~I977> VI Re9=-, 78 - S.P. .. ,1, ,5.Q272,., 5697 Etud es des effets de NO, N02, SO2 et de leurg a5s®clikiti®ns'' su"r 1e rat ~•f, /8? 17J;11G Studirs on the effcets of nitric oxide. nitrogrn .dioxidc, sulfur dioxide..nd thrir mixtnrrs on rats. ~i1 u~ty~ f' ' I eriquirr. Y.: \lancrl. G. Ilac~•tr. F'rnnce, Chatuu, Fi.F. 4dfrtf. Atnanr. 1977. ;•I, 155-GO Thc equipment u•rd to studv thr efl'ccls of NU. NOl. and SOt on rats is desrribc.d. Mkt/aK1s uui in drtxz p<dlutant comcns. in the cFwiubot and problrms rsncd. w•ilh them are di.ruxccd. I par G.•MAFFIOLO. Y.-LERIQUIER (' e1 G. MANCEL (• •. .. . . . . . - . _. . . ., I Cet article rend compte des deux aspects pratiques des travaux cntrcpris en commun par 1'Unit6 U 13 de. 1'INISERI\4 et Ia Direction des Etudes et Recherches d'Elcctricit6 de France a propos des effets sur 1'animal de 1'associ alipn g po&ank a O±cyd~d'ajote ~ Di*ryd~de (Q soufre ».U V 11 Ce sont en e(let, les principaux polluants chimiques r6sultant dc 13 combustion des fuels. Les conditior>< danS - I .~ trations effectivement mesurues, m6me en cas de forte` pollulion. Inversement, clless sont plus basses quc celles: utilis6es dalu de nombreuses exptriences ou que celles' retcnues pour certaines normes professionnelles (20). Lea animauA sOnt cxposcs, pendant des dur&:s qui varient de quciques heures A treize scmaincs, dans des , cages d'ambiancc ou fes__niveauac_de~cilttrli~~ ~^^r~
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-_ -hStad4a~`bn t~c~"~.~sc~*=;.~e3=eiis of ±o~.-icco- .., ]."veg:. . " ,.+. £ra'Qaruis. Vi On C'rdnhS, Taao 137-42 (1935), .\ Studioa un the esfgnti.al oils o.:` tobacoo leaves4 Fbzb IQ Acid t'rar.tioYisp by 7sad O:zii shi a nd Kynjl Xarra:whf„ + - Froai .111.a. 'As"''..xcs 2.1culw 5rm, ru1zlz. ~29
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W KRWINKACII C?I.RWONYCII 5\V1NI:K J\IORSI:ICII VI Re -78 - ~ a • • ' 1 S.P. F'o~~~AW c;ONCt:NT11ATiON_., -=ilQ?G1~1S1t~~'1f;r3;~'Et~Yf3- . .. '. l ~: ...::., , .. , - - . Summary ;t nEIIYDROCI:NAT.Y GLUKO%O-G-rO51'ORANOWEJ (G-G-1'D) , . 50.272 5711 A.OU uhek - - ,..,.,..,., . , x-FU I fT PFS°n13-F:1tYT1111( Itl:lrilCf•aI .(.1.U'rA'T1110NF:-T.EVI•11:i The effect of chronic intoxicntion with low doses of nitrogen oxides on bloud reduced f;luta,lhione (GSII) le,vel and blood t;lucose-fi-phosphate dehydrogenase (G-G-1'U) activity has been invcstigaled in I;uinca-pi6s in comparison with unex- Noscd controls. . I In animalk treated with • nitroi.;en oxides an intensive mclhemol:lobinemia accompanied by nn increase of GSH level, In the peripheral blood was found. On the other hand, no ch:aige of erythrocyte G-O-PD activity was noted in exlierimental animals when comparc•d with, that measured in the controls. Possible biochemical mechanisms of the observed phenomenon are discussed. . ZACIIOWANIE S1F ~ , STF,?.ENIA GIl.U'TATIONU, ZREDUKOI'VANEGO (GSl'~) 2. ORAZ AKTYWNOSC NARAyANYC1I. NA. D7.lALANIE NISKICIi STEZE1q _ TLr:NIiOW AZOTU.
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~Btwt~~on~raq~i3~~,~i~ux ,~3ois~t~zrr con- • Sharp,G.H- .; P~iace-,C.V.; •and i`iasori, J. Y.: Studies on equilibriurm r+moisture con-.... VI=n To. 1956, ~, • .~tl. tot \
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Oniahi, Iaoo STUDIES 011 THE ESSENTIAL 0113 OF TOLL; CCO Ia.A'vr:,7. t'AKT T'cl'. F'fi~.~:ti'OL FftA(:'t'7.(ri (Ii),, h.7 xsao Oaiehi and Kafi•numi Ysmanoto. Repf:int frocar ~X,~1,L R & Z0 (2%To. ~) ?0473 tl~~i)~.
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Pakistan J. Sci. lnd. Ret.~..Y 1. 19CNos. S-6y0autice-Decemiset 1976) AstNA KARtst and MUtuxiMtiD KttURSttin BliAmr PCSlR Laboratories Lahorc 16 , i ~ o . . o , . n-butylphthalidc ; 4-dihydronhthalidc (0.G 0.3%) carvone and dihydrocarvonc (0.7 1.2%) phyllcnc (2.4, 1.G%), hunlulcne (1.4, 3.2%), P-sclinene (1.3, 1.1%), 3-tsobutylidcnc-3a; sition in the same order arc 0.55% and 0.49% and a-pinene (traces, 0.5%), 9-plncne (traces, 0.3 %), myrccne (2.0, 3.5 %, limoticne (2.8, 3.0%), p-cymcnc(1.0, I.2%). Pcaryo- and scdanonic anhydride (8.0, 7.9%) respiectivley. The watcr cohohation, oils' yield and com- , (0.4. 1.0%), eudcsmol (1.0, 0.5%), Y-tcrpmcol (0.3, 0.5%), n-butylphthalidc (5.0, 7.2%), : 243'~ . 28.5%), 3-isolbutylidene-3a,4-dihydrophthalide (0.7, 1.0%), carvone and dihydrocarvone - • (3.1. 2.5;0), p-clemcne (3.5. 1.5%), P-caryophyllene (4.1, -3. I %), A-sclinenc (32.5, (1.0, 0.5%), P-pincnc (1.5, 0.8%), mycrcne (3.1, 6.1%); limunene (35, 37%),p-cymene the essential oil has been obtained in 2.5% and 2.6% yield >vhile its composition is u-pincne respcct to its physicochcmical charactcristics-and chemical Somposition. For the two areas (Received August 4. 1Y73) Abstract. The cssential oil as well as the water cohobation oil of the seed of Apium graveolens grown•in the Jhclum and Lahore districts has been studied for the ffist time with (23.U. 2U.U%). anU sCdattonlc anhyQrl(IC (6U.U, 63.U%a). f y, r - . ,... . ~ . • ~ ' w . . . I I. •.! I
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.. - . ; . . ~-_- ~ , ..:. . ~ . TOBACCO--METABOLISM/ -,. ~• _ , ~ - ,,, 78 VI Fa RJR CLASS NO. PA'~PHLET 78 VI Fa , TOAACCO--AMINO ACIDS/ - •• . - ~ Fangmeier, N.; Leistner .. (Institut Pharmazeutische Xol. Phytochem. Munster) ---- - ~ ~~C.g •tta~~I1 ~ N I C O~I~NA~'~~FltlS~ *(Untersuchungen zur Rolle der Pipecolinsaure im Lysinstoffwechsel von Nicotiana glauca und Neurospora crassa.)* - •; Planta Medica 33 (No. 3) 271 (1978) (in German - complete English translation available) *Keywords:* 14C-D-phenylalanine, tobacco, additive; tobacco, additive. D-lysine , ~-. The N-m~lonylation •is knaii~ as one of the most important rcactions in the D-Aroino .+cid Irk-taUalisn 01 hi ,hc.r plants (1,2) . Application of 14c labcAW~D-pher.yl-alanine has shom that this rmtabolic rath cicc;urs also in Azcotiknm glauca. 1 D-Lysine icd to the ,~icotiana plznt did not, ho~:-ever, undergo a ,transfoi-nRtion in the r3ense of rT-acylation. It seans, that pipecolic ,acid is the prereried iriteirxdiate in D-lysine U. ~~~_ ~ - . • . . . • . , f ~ a'r • ` ~.. ' . • •. U 010 U i-./.q.q ~ -,...-•-;~-.
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Onishi, Isao STUDIES ON THE ESS :A'TIAL OILS OF TOBACCO LEAVES, PART XIV. PEH130L FRACTI~i (4)~~ by Isso 4nishi and Kstsumi Ysrr,awoto„ Reprint i'roAs I;u12. Agrf.c. Chem. Soc. Japan a (No. 3) 1E1--a4 (1T)7)
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\ };+~ r-qrlul I.U3 T1:f''~`O 4Y:f~~. Zq bac~aas,; i.~:::oqx~ °II ~s"d °satieoj eaaG ~ 30 S' -L YO ~ETI UO:i~.'a Gt;~ ao seTPn4S . ca~x ~ xc;~ _, ~ WO IA
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8176 MA573 P 130-/V.'L JIN T J FIRE FLAMMABILITV LZ. (2) (IqpIL Original manuscript received March 14.1980 Revised manuscript raceived January 29,1981 ' , ir ~Qes~arch _Ipsd te Mitaka,/ jokyQ,181 1fV ~ alap.n f •S1 il ABS11{1fC'1''t /G attempt was made to monitor the subjects' emotional It has been made clearer that the allowable smoke density for safe ' s famil- evacuation from building on fire Is largely dependent on the person iarity with the escape routes inside the building. People unfamiliar with the building are affected by psychological uneasiness such as irritation and decrease of visibility caused by smoke, while people who know the internel geometry of escape route are more affected by physiological factors such as decreased walking speed and difficulty in breathing than by psychologi• al factore. From thif experiment,Vthe following conclusions were drawn: the d- ' lowable smoke density for people unfamiliar with the escape route Is 0.15/m in terms of eKtinction coefiicient•, while that for people familiar with the escape route is .50/m. in smoke from fires using a steadiness tester. Subjects' heart tabiiit in y s rates, walking speed and inspir.tion rate were also measured.
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50272 5709 c - 79 II !la SOZJMR( TQEIBOSUM/POTATOE$/ . Lbbs"mfttel-~ % LCIKTb16 U~aCR•FVrx•k 16.LY: ya~W~t . _. »_.:. : . . . • /~9~ Ni -R.Sp7I) . • j . . ' Giinter Mathcis t und Han.-Diacr ikqitz= L Lebaaa< Lhma Forsch 167, !7-iQO (I97i1.° ~ IA*Illla Alf Ltt~Yp a1/~1.~C6aYNtl~Y TA61~A6~a t'N.fMIJI ~I11IA6.7 . •.:= ._ . _. . - J Dnas.6r FwTehun~asuh fia Let+.•sw~in.~.iwYnw ~IYa~iw•a ._ . Untcrsuchungcn zur cnz.•matischcn 13raunung t~b%W„w„ a„d'rltenotK c•un,pmntdb bei Kartoffcin (Solanum tuberosum) ; tr,o~a, Dilremu Varie„tiet: ~ 1• Ph~.abz.da.ew atd piKYrolische inlwitaaoRe rcnchi.dcn~r'Snrt.w Qdanticaire Relatiooship betweca Brow and its Catwath'e Factos - U. (~tmotitatire Bexichung 7xi%chcn BniunmC und IehaltsstoRiYt . t~_~ ^~ tll. )iiactil dcr f'hcnnb~.da.c (EC LN.Iit 1~laHipha ', 5, ~Rit• KiftMkti of Potato l'hamdo%iJax aai• t)ihcdror.phen,riatanin: AyOc.daredunaac) aU9c j(F.CMIKi \toeophennl.dih.dm%~phen.blrnine:().y~~Yw~idundaya.r ; i:artoffd. ~ ~ ~M~ UV. Relatioasbip betweeo Tyrosioe Tunwrer aad Rate of &o...LK t~ f_ i t \ . M', \
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~~56t~ ,,b~ 9S (z •oN) ~ 84' '~3cT~ ,~T~,~ ti~"~ j .i~1~ `111~~Q tacoij ;ur,xdag put: oesz 'TqsTuJ Sq lflltLOv tuil! Jta=T3u 3boau Av3'I 000?80S t6"M0•s^.fYI1 ZS3NVdYf 3HJ, JO =O 7VI,Lti3SS3 mi.L 2(I lStoIZ0lt233 QSO'd 'X SHbd 'S3AV3'I 00a'JSJj; CO S'IZO FI11IS.N3SS3 3ul NO S2ltIuS ovcZ `xqsFuQ
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50272 5700 ' ~ Micro- Bierman, Arthur film Studies on the effect of structure on the t1o* behavior of enzyme systems. Frcm: Bull. Math. Biophvs. 16 (1do. 3) 203-57 (1954). ,
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IX Re2-81 'Project Titler .Qltl.tlrA.~ CRC-APRAC Project No. CAPM-26-75. Name and Address of Organization: Armed Forces Institute of Pathology Washington, D.C. 20306 Responsible Investigator:..' Leo R. (3oldbaum Ph.D. , 3011 VAID$1VD Co-Principal Investigator: . Lee Rodkey, Ph.D. , Bibchemist, U.S. Naval Medical ResearcY Chief, Research Toxicologist ` Bethesda, , Armed Forces Institute 1 of Pathology ,;, ~ ~ +~,,~ -' . . •t. j. . . . f.'1 .. . . ~ . 4.~~.. ~ :.r. ~ ~` . Washingtpn~ D C: 2~3 r~ 7. 1~y 9 ~ : . A~.... _.._~_..~..,.~.~.......~~.....~..~~..~.--_-- : ;150272 5729
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s ti~t,~I oi s o ob~ ~Cf i ` Cniahi, rgjo ' uTDDrES 4N THE E;SEA'TIAL CIIS OF TOBACCO L-EAVES. PART XZI. CARPOiiIL FRACTiCN (4)r by, Uao Onishi and 1diostochi rlaSasswe. lteprkit fromt 21 ( tJo. 2) 95 -98 l lg3'/ ),
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S , r~~`~zs~~'"C~~'i'C~;.~~~k..,.~ . ~ ~ . .' ~-'it:T."'°'~j. / • Oniehi, 7.aao ST°JDIFS GIt TEiE. ESSSNTIAL OI'LS OF TOBACOC LEAVES, PART XIII. BASIC FRACTIC;J (1)~ by Iaao Cniahi and KyoJu Yamaaaki, Rtsprint frome Bull. Fgric. Chom, Society Japan ZL (No. 3) 177••80 (1%7) • \
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. 1 ~ 3{d,t ~ 69•$9 t z• o~i )~G 'Un"i,r 'Qe5, " ~:3 'r-e'j .- 'CLug lu!o.zj 14ul,zd" •TK1ROcUsx xrUd;{ pua jqsTap oWx ~Sq 'IdI,LNSSSq 00~ti'l:O,L Fl-Ob,i, QI08 OIOmA°Z QNV QIOV OIHTIVQ w^ILoT-4r..fwj A. /Tr~ T tJ1Va{. r~~ C+~~ ntt~ ~1JiW Oa1WG1. T~~ t U b~T ~~1 J...~ a. Y~ 0:13'120,1. :0 S'!10 `1bIJ.;t',uSSS SI1,I, NO S`1IuP.4S osgl ;xqaTo0
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STU'J1ES~oF"'P~~'`Mr~;'ECT, Jr Let Uv- W.ITIL.tB"a jxi,~ 4 P W, .i.SU 4 k9 D FI'Y $mm IAVi+ R. A. STUIlIES OF rM EFT~'.G'.~ OF GadFRF,S3ICTv a?S IIATE OF ATT?.7,'M 120 AA} FM4L EGEfUT''12=d RELI+~~'ZV$ St?-'4'CD$fiX ItSJL6tTISO:.~"SF1F.: 13 CF L2~c'~ITEB FOOID3i by ?,aupiv R. A.; H. Ta1kahaehi; Jeaq hcuzlonf. RV W. Farrierj a,ud C.A. Egole.nd. ApriZ 1965. 149 pp. Cleariaghouse Por ' FedcraZ Scientific "d Techniaal Infox=tion.._ U. S. DCpto of Co=:rca SpringfAa.ldi Ya. , i ~ ~ ~ ~
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/ \ „;.-..~.• x5u°ori) L9~•'tt9~ 70~ Li'.SV JLJ • r Fav U'~;=" a©n}H 4Tthlup o0at • ..v.~~v+u4 t ~ O;Ja W0w ::J S'L3 'IvLtt•:,YSS3 ali.L tti0 G. uQpuS aesx
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50272 5735 Liu, Sherg-I3 eh STUDIES ON 7NE FA TTY ACIDS FRG1d LANOLIN. From: Essays and ft-pers in Memory of the Late President Fu Ssu-Nien jW: 199-213 .,
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..~....:,.>...~••:..... 50272 56 73 , s1w PYE&-lq*E~'c'w.'fE-"Ta-r.AL"'iL74`q- XifJ~.Ulz'lYV 4? : t .: . > AGf:T~L=z>t*3~fF~303~I~g ', sr A'zyMo%q. ~ ~/ ~j96~ e?a,1 3~~ / /.. Tmtmti TflsA, TAxA o Moxi, NORIKO FUSE AND ICIIT.o CEIBATA (DtpQ- cf ~lQAI. R. iocbhrr.. Chem. Ties. Lob., Tanat.t Sciyalhu Co. IJd., Ii asbima- . d.o, Higati:ivo.:ogovk+-kv, Osaka, ,Japae), FCrEoIA-ccliulose and 7 acids by n.eng coia..^zn..c D, cl:eci v-ith insoluble mold aminoa;,ylase, screening of carriers sui:eole fdr pret:aration of x-ater-insoluble To cam out contlfluol2S oDtical resolution of 3cy1-DZraalino founa that .ratcr-ir_~icore zr:.:aoa,.^rlase complexes were obta~nGd bt-linZlduA molo arrs~cac~•i~~e to basic uerivavvcs of polysacc.tiarides, comt~itxcs po~c~:~nt e..^inoacriase acziv;tr Kas p.-Aformed. It was .
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w_ __.~.,.L.~.~..... _..._,_.. ~_ tobacdv ction. VI Onz Uliahi, In9o - Studifla on tha osse+ntiat oi1_H of t~nmccao leav9ao Fbrt IIIo khOnoI Tractiong by Ir,ao Cn;ibhi and Kata:yaj Y•:wmoto. rromt Bu?1Rt.i.n If tho A;;ricaltursl Chemic.al Societp of SBpn 19:1-1,8-56(1TJ5 ) a I
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0 . ~ _ . . . . . .~. : ; 50272 5732 . . ; .. _.... _~ • s III DuZ-77 S.P. ' i t'ffla iWO= fiWr'.:~Ff Qork~on~Atomie-CollProcQsses- .Q.cc.ur,inq i tma1t eo spAtV4 C& G asesw.4- Westinqhouse Research Labs Pittsburgh PA Technical"rept. 3 Apr 68-2 Jul 69 AUTHOR: Phelps, A. V. , Kasner•, N. H. D0025C1 . FLD: 7D, 4A d7626 Oct 69 45p CONTRACT: F29601-68-C-0070 PROJECT: AF-5710 HOHITOR: AFUL-rR-69-88 Distribution liioitation nov removed. (376 -670) t;. ABSTRACT: The' rate coefficient for the tuo-body attachnent to 03 of 300K electrons has been measured. The attachment coofficient increasos rapidly with increasing elEctron' energy at characteristic electron ~energies of 0.3 eV. - Measurenents in pure 03 also show that the attachAent process is directly porportional ta pressure for pressures between 0.5 and - 2 Torr, as expecte9 for"a disseciative attachmer.t •processi -_Unsu^cessful-- attempts~ to{ :detnctx". elActror:. detachmer.t in ; collision~ ~f n0~-1~ a~d f037(-~u~thS03 suqgpst an upper limit to the` rate coef ic en`f f'or'~his process, (Author) -.,., -.. ,-.,..-
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, Oniehi, Xcao sTUDIES C'N THS F.SSR'1TIAI. oILS 0r? ToB1'.CCo LFAVES. PART VZxI. CAR130IVYI, FRACTxCii (3), by Onfshis, Tsao and Masatoshi NaCagAum. Roprint from EU~J_ AkT ., C A.mgaa :10.a ( tio. 1) 43-46 (15>O) . 9-
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v'. oniaili, Lao STiTt?TE$ GV ZIE ESSEU^i'xAL CILS OF fi'C}JhCCQ LEAPr:S. PARi XI. PiiENOL F,gACTION (3)r by Iseo Oniahi anc3 1,Katsuzui Yarraroto. Ttaprint frora: Dv l.y, Ik,7t, ,rrspn~ 2-1 (No. 2) 90-9.. (2~T). \
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..,..-....,,.m ~`~~~ ~ ~.. Johnson, James STUDIES ON 73-3E FER2-EN2ATION OF T013ACC0. Reprint from: Journal of Agricultural Research A2 (No. 2) 137-160 (Ju1y 15, 1934).
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50272 . 57.19 , .. - ; f %TT . I r._ -iJ I n\ Ohi tshi" Xguo 82'LtU7IS 0:# THE ~SSr?:.'I~;IOZL.S aF T03ACC0 IEAV.,S. I'lutZ' YJs. :'RACTICN (2)s by Isoo .Oaiahi and FacRtorhi IfecaAawn. Reprint frc:n: ~R+~?,1~ ~=Cf,.ox, ~€.~-:z.n. a,b, (No. 1) 33-42 tJ.f r1e ,,.
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t t. FIeF-E-404-79 gew•crtung t•on t:asearonta t. Mtt. 709 h., . .. ' i.. a,, . YV l.,ti. .. . }.-. ,~. Scaling method+ as they are uacd for quality et aluation of ehcesc ane aot appropriated for eompa ring the tlavour of diffcrcnt t% pcs of chccse. :lfter Iraining a panel a xnior}• profiling nuthod ot good repralucibilit% has been evaluated for this purpbse. Bcsidcs of the.rholc tiat•our impression and of oft-f1avour notes t j part ryualitict are includ..-d into the quantified +easory detercnination. The application of thi; ntcthol to i t sorts of chee:e shows that moilo( the part characteristics can be reSistered in x.•eral tp iks of chee4es. L'ndrr special conditions kra =~ pbiicat demowltrotion ot proiiiu. grams delner an opt+cal picture shoning the main and characteristic aotes as acll as typical ehanees in ~lualit% :p, ~Y u T :f. -.• -71 70C P'feF-E-404-79 Zentralinstitut for Lrniihrung in Potsdam-RchbrUc:e (Direktor: p1rof. br. H. Hetxst), Forschongtrentrum tor \lolekularbiologie und 3tedisin. Akademie der \V}ssenschatten der DDR Beitrage zur Bewertung von Kasearoma :-:;-: _`. (in Gerwau .+itll l. 111itt. Erarbeitung ciner sensorischen Profilmethode Engli>i;h ah8tract) und An«•endung auf verschiedene Iiasesorten 3 I. Rortt~. W. E.csr und 1. Votcr~" . t.
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, 1oeS1UD71t~%C3N~T""EXTtEAGTIflN' i3T''fbEACCd- COMTT`T- s[~1F,~~;1~FiTift!FRLd~PA~`-`2:~7H1'I >CO:VST.I~tJL•NTS~O.F~,r #%MfZW'~`IlR`iTOBACCD_' LEAMIJEXT1tACTY.D; ouiGht, Teno STlT137.L'.^i ON :C.'iEE t':X.''si~.E:La.L(::i OP `t'b?'.:y :CO am t•Ria nz:1. PA.^.T 2. `i7C 0? YELLt?T? Vt.alia'Y T'JEr`,Li''J M"Xi:1_T;S by Ysco Gnichi, Katsvki 'Yar~ms~c, and ::c:A ttippnn Seahal i.osha C;ouo :C:.as"'ps:z5o !:s:,'.L-,.r,l 1L'b4 (Ko. 90) 39-43 (1954) - IIu;;l:[ca scrcr.slnr_io+.: £ro:n thc JapaTee6e. \
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On the Aerobic Bacteria in "Shiokira" . - Moaitrui, B:ahei t;;L'JYES Oid P'ISHS;:Y-Mi .`:~t'i7l.TY0:3 IF.O; U":'S. 1. C-a the AOrobic 8actoxia zu "Shiok".O Bu11. Jsp. SoC. Scf.'1'ic""aries 21 2E0-3 (1955) , ~..~...--- . . . _ .\ . . . `
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. ~E 'C:;.) ZT 't;OD •attor 'F.t.y epi:,~l7bjj u~t_':.A ...a ::o Z~r; : r~;i oxIMMMcy.,,d 5.:10 ~1-z 1oax PR aO tSJ 'L:J'•. •n .t-.u^. .~.--..... y ~. i `~ :o s ~1 Y1~~.a: 1.S.t~:w'LU•:Cv]e1 ~ diYliJ O IL _.._...:. ,_. ~.,.... _.- •. ~ ;
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50272 5745 = - __ . - _.~~_.. .. .,.....-... ...., '..-. .. . .,......... .,.....,....~,.. ..~.. ~.. .a... ~ .~. , ~ ~. C.~ . ~ti /9 7 1 ) /33- 3q /_~o . N019. - Contribution A Iltude des fluoro-carbonatothorates 4. ' . ' et c6rates (IV), par Jacqueline DERVIN et Francine FROMAGE. (LaGoraloire de chintie de coordination, Faculte des Sciences,l3P. 347, 51062 Reims Ccdex:) (Alanuscrit regu le 12.7.74.) %.. 133 Lcs eomposfs du lypr: IC\,(Ll}'%I IF,(CO,),1 (NI - Th (IV) et Ce (IV] ont @tE pripares et analys6s. La presence des anions complexes eorrespondanls en sulution a el@ mise en e~•idenr,n par mesures do solubilitF, cryoscopic et protom~:trie. L'etude du domaine d'existence de ces cornlwsi~s montre qu'en ~rrc=ence d'un exccs d'ions CO,i- ils se lrans[urment en pentacnrbonatotlu.rate c t ccrate ( I V~, landis qu'en _ ...c........A'.... ~.rk A's„n< F'-. aIs so decnmonsenl en tibbrant du nuoruro do th.irium d'une part et un melange de tluorure et d'I:ydroxydo , ~. . ~ _ . r '~....-~ - IT pa,,;7S
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Translation Y•obsshi, nreko ~50272 5741 .. ;•;,.... . SiEFDIIsS 0IN 5C!',E FLAT01,tYf?C FTPEGx OF CIG.4fi~:""OS b'rM D?1:4 L'F<'~ C2JT. YII. DETES- 11IFttiMi*J 07 MEVa:0L DSIYFrLiD Z:?TIO 11,113 VC.T'.E, by Kobashi, Uraki; Toshiko Doihara; Shiro Sugawara and Yoichi Kaburaki. 1F#ppon Scnbai Foihg Chuo ttan.cyuoho Z:c;kyu bokoku 1964 (Ho.jOb) 123•2? (1454) • Er,r1fsh tranalatiou fcrom,the Japanese.
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f50272 5743 w DISSF.RTATIONS--RUTGERS, THE STATE UNIVERSITY/PLANTS--FLOt.•IERING/ _ji • '.r ...~ _... _...,. ~.. ~.. ._.. _... .. ...._.._... _ _~....,. ~..--.---------}- - 73-473S ~ SB • _ 413 ~~Jr., Josc h, 1938- ~ y n e • 5 t ~ krtgers University The ta e r New Jersey, Ph.D., 1972 ~ Agriculture, plant culture ait Microiilms AXEkOXCompany,AnnArbor.Michigan ver rsi of t iv Il '" Da i3 1972 D y I - .; ,. ~ ~ •. .-. .. . . .. ...... . r.. r_ . . ... ...a-: r ~. . - . r- •.. ..., ..-..- - -
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s Naff Anna Sci1oul.ties ST~JllTF.3 ON FLAVOi~~.?..T~TKE SUBSTA;dCES ISOLAl'r.'~ FR0,! TGBtiCCO~ by A. S. :-laff and S. H. Wender, FroM: Trans, KentucI: r Acad, §jQi,. 1. .: 10- 13 (1947). _,
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I DNA, green,.constituent; RNA, green, constituent. Calif., U. . B/ Y~ r. ..~r....... .. ..,..~.... .....~~.ry~n ... > ~... ; ' Of -72 r RJR CLASS NO. YA:`PlILST 71 ~..d.~ lp Kawashirta, :1. ; Wi ldnan, S. G. (University "Calif., :!olecular Biol. Inst.", Dep. 13ot. Sci. , Los FAnge? es, S.; Japan Honop. Corp., Hatano Exp. Sta._, Hatano, Kanagawa, Jap.) Ar•ier. Chen. Soc., Annu. 'feeting, 162nd, paper, Washington, D. (Sept. 12-17, 1971) (in Cnglish) Keys.•ords: * Nicotiana tabacum; N. glutino'sa; N. g1:.3uca. C.
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viI CoA9 j (1969) "u ~tl~~°C'trltii~~tedita~a.~G~aee~WHa;+~ Cota-CrIEn, R.- ., .. _ T?STU3?0 DE LA FORW-CIO?•T DE HICOTxh!i EN VAF.IEDctBES L' E rIICOTZMNA l:USTi.C,t CU'...T7.7/'iDtaS Gy1 IN'JE.RNIiDLRO (Studies on the Forsnitior6 of 13icotinQ in Nicotiana ltusticx Var,ieici es Culti.i•4tecd in a CreEn Iiouse) Spain. Serv. Nacl._ Cult. FeraiEnt. Tabaco Es4ud. Facptl. 2(No. 2) 397-410 (1959) i .
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150272 5756 QC ;. 801 Na 1977 2C.` ld Geophysics RescarchLoard "rw~Pri%s~~ - +~ ® Climatic Ch.a~.ge,~ •-J ~ Pancl on Watcr and Climate Geophysics Study Committee Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences ater Su ~ '~ National Research Council _ ~I ~. Y~ . NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES ' ~ Washington, D.C. 1977
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- f ~ 50272 5740 <. . >:X ~~CO~:~"~E"~=~ P ~MO5 ~ilttVfT'e~6 ~flY.t?is~`,Rs) .TI?EaqF (1969) %' " '&-, F~I;:FIIRAL ET • Mor :::° .°, Y gea STUDIES ON TIiL FF.AVOR CO:-;i'CNEt•1'iS OF 5JT SAUCE-ISOLATiON OP I?'URPUP COHEIL Ai:t : ''i"riiW YL A: , . . FGRMATZG:~ OP FURFiJRYL Ai.C01'd~. hi:Ori I'~JY.:'U"•.t:L BY °i't nTO tt••aT.riv, by .^i~i,tcy'~.:iSL i•ivr iii~O:.G •..ra.+..a u.•~u r, aad horiko Mscutcazs. M*QuM• ~'~~~~zt~rscn ieahn°l. ~,±y (*da. 8) O
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TOBACCQ--ENZYME ACTIVITY/ TOBACCO--BIOSYNTHESIS/TOBACCO--.TABOLISM/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VI 1wa f. . . . . . . Wasritani, -L. ; Sato, S s f ` ' ; , : • - ~ e 0 R4_1i4lt!? ¢ ribulose-1,5-diP..hos- Phate carboxylase,. '.non-leaf, Proplastids of in vitro-cultured tobacco cells were shown to contain the enzymcs of . the gluconcogenctic pathway from trioae phosphate to glucose 1-phosphate. No sig'1 N. Rt?v ~T. /
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• r7:3'lvudf:r 0?13 -L`•3.'ul Citl.3t~. ls':#St3t3 M0e,6-C." St°3.','f (eOVo3) 71961 m.oyloa •;YiZmnq=, M.px PR? VZ:,.a-vang ai3yS !*qg-qfl% , wIv~dl =G%i~tI^4~ `u-~~;~~'u ,'~g iS'vo:id:lW 1L'.'~ 5ZW'-;4`1tSd 'dj 'ZP..0 H.V.7A t~µ1`(rj~1~~ ~d~l. i':V VA~eStl~:.7 - ~/~ ~...~7. Y . a''Y~~a~3. sS~xSti3nII uo718jsuaX:L .I
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i ..__ ._. _.._,..... •~--------- ~ . 1 j Indiua Chc+u. Soc., 1tol. 40, No. 6. 1971 J .._'•...' e/ • Vi• V Chemisorption Kinetics of Oxygen on • Charcoal and Nature of the Complexes Forcned i l . .~"''' •~.~l] hIH•ant~ at Purr, D. D. S'ingli and'-K. C. Sehgal Cihemisor,^•iion kinetics of oxygen on an ash-free outgarsed sugar charcosl, beforo and after 38% • burn-off in oxygon ot 650', 200°, 300° and 350° under oxygen pressuro of ono atmosphere have beco studied. '1'ho data have been found to fuilow the Elo.•ich cquation, and reveal that chernisorption occurs in two stages involvinF two different types of Fitcs. Tao more active sitRs oro involved in tho foimation of the noz,•acidics'COj-cotnp:ex' «hito tl:o h..*z activo aites are involved in the fvrmntion of tho 'CO-complez'. Tho'more encrgetic Fites at which tho 'C%-complex' is formed have been identified as tho 'unsaturated' sites which aro also invol.•cKl in tho fixation of bromine from aqueous solution. About half of the oxygea ~ chemisorbed as tho 'CO-complex' appears to bo present as the quinonic oxygen. , ' The kinetics of chcmisorPtion of oxygen on a rariety of carbons under different condi- tions of temperature and pressure hace been engaging increasing attention in recent yearsi-s. Th~tlat,~,ha~ be~ fc>aid t~ oolcne~113• Gi ad~rdanca n-ith the 1;loricli cquationa. Reccntly, Q1Y+rI`~.-crl~nd Cu-workcrs" studied the kinetics of chemisorption of oxygen oTi Graphon; before as ~ti•cll as aftcr lu•e•oxid,itioTi to 1E•G°-.o lnzrn-off:lt G°,' r.S" ~° t
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RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80,VIII Re-81 s.p. Y.; Katsuyama, N.; Ishizaki, H.; Tagawa, H.; Kushida, S.; Gamou, EFFECT OF ROOM TEMPERATURE, RELATIVE HUMIDITY AND PERIODS OF TRFATME NG FORCED FERMENTATION Conditlona of toreed fermentatlos were atodied udnt thsee eultlrera,lCy 160 (matsdaL for ciJu), B.:t.rr : • with English abstr.) Utsunomiya Tab. Shikenjo Hokoku 1978, No. 16, 41-54 (1978) (in Japanese . y.r. ~.. ~... , . . . ON SMOKING QUALITY OF TOBACCO LEAVLS..: dl) tus11 (matafala for the [oroed Grmentatton In fraace) aad Shlrwaahw (Japaoeeeomeste which were cultivated ln the fields of Vtaunomlya Tobacco aspe:lment Station (Surobolv al1u.l:1 ao8). :.~~ . 1) At tirat, the maall .eale esa.rim.nt waa don.. Amooa.arioua eombinatlon of room t.mperature and te:mentatlon. Voder, tthe eoodltlod, tha quality Improved better up to 10 days of the treatment ttme and tbea rdatfvt bum1d1t7. EO~C, 90% A9. Sa.a the most fa.orable efteeta on tobaeeo aroma aad ta.te atter foreed r, ~•.... r detedorated. •a `~:f +. r 4 T' . , ~ ~y~ ( . TOBACCO--FERMENTATION, ACCELERATED/ TOBACCO--QUALITY--EFFECT OF FERMENTATION/
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•xew> (6 °ON> ~st ('s •a) C*Ovqos =u~ Uy°LE `t •TOs •qoa t=x; aupdaU •sEl •CH sa;sag -4ulzdag ojzvqoy 'tsl.vjtta9 vans •0 'N •H114AU`J tI0 Si.'3. sm 93~.`IS rLS2tI3 MLL se"rrtzcr•rss a:dn:)•Mza x.txK s3zaus . zu;z,,i auusnqias
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s.r. REt55 (oxCrlrcKt a~~ t~ONCARO fatJOCltuilrtt • ~v~ N • T:oflon, . ty U , n Dtpo,tmtqt c/Ck+eir(ry, Borlon • ~ t~tn.ember 5,1953) . • . tn-a crn) ..ere measured ' Ceslain correct+ons rn t . Tyt~e ot eond;tions is dcmonstrated~l Qu~ticesmulauo. o ~claity of fnll in s diiutt rnedium `.+as the Gmiting • t~ya~ torro, suhjcct to ccrtain a~ m~~~M for t h 5tokcs-Cunrsin~ e ptedictcd by the theon~K e ~ in a morc rISo• of the Fuc s• relocr'tics, tkr relations.tiip has bcen rcde» Fn~h and Collins, thc lan may be dcri~'cd in he constants a:cd b are Introduceu, and the ~aiidity bR.~•hi:h has been : • { sebecate (a.erage radius R^ .~ ptes ot evaporation af smal) drop]ets ot diam) a nonequilibcium c!istribution fur.ctina ot the chamt:er, and o1>xK~ to o1x) a I'%v of the torm d R/dT ° a/(1-4 - s f~s`1ion (ovcr a limited range of conditions . in s Xiillikaa ot1 dr°(r f Fuchs and Fcisd and Collins. L'sing h t4 cory in this l form o t ~ ~ erepa tc in irr. t,.s ebtaiasd tor dicapryl scbt4a _ . concentne a drop, of radius R, carne on the average frem -i-A in radius (a is of the orucr of nne IttTR \~ j, ODUCT2OIt ~ s herical shell, R ..,,r. _.....~~d that ~the rate of o.•aPo~tion ~ mcan free path)• I e COncentration of vaoor at r= R-1- .;.,. qor.t~•) ca+t PP..~CDr.e.~nte~ _ . _ : . 50272 5730 +.•.~.. ='Itf. 7OUR~~ ~~F . 7 ~' III Re-74 I*OLL• -" F 2 1 N U. r~; -- .-- ~ . , R S -- citF.?tICAL r1t~
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~50272 5748 i , _ -~...., -- --- .~ . . , .y IM -. . .. ' 1, t l.:~Y~: .:., ..ji..i -.,.. .,._. ... .....-. ... .. . TOBACCO----WATER CONTENT/ 80 VIII Re-81 {TOBACCO--FERMENTATION, ACCELPRATEDJ S.P. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 80 VIII Re-81 s.p. Miyake, Y.; Katsuyama, N.; Nihei, T.; Hikichi, Y.; Akiya, T.;,Kawashima, i ry EFFECT OF WATER CONTENT OF TOBACCO LEAF, TOBACCO MASS SCALE AND CIRCULATING WIND VELOCITY ON AROMA AND TASTE OF FERMENTED TOBACCO LEAF. .; : Utsunomiya Tab. Shikenjo Hokokp17, 51 59 (1979) (in Japanese with English summary)- 5 . '~'y~ y1J~ h .y~.rs s~ .~..e.~..~""' . 1'! To search for the best condition of forced fermentation,Jthose factors which water content of tobacco leaves'rtobacco.'mass scale and circulating wind velocity in he er ent~ati.Pn =oom were surveyed. The results ~ obtainedQretg a~ f~loft: ~;~~~ 9 i i ` 2 ~
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(L56't) Oz°Lt (T °02I) s,tv. ctisLe,L puu oqTmoy - -::: ., ntr~Y Xq ... ~,1 ~:9'' 0 C-Gx TasTuo .,- I{.
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4 • . , . j 50272 5767 . , . ... . . . 72 VI Re-77 RJR'CLASS NO. PADfPHFT 72 VI Re-77 s.p S•P• Franzke, C.; Ruick, G.; Schmidt, M. (Hygiene-Institut Dessau; Berich Lebensmittelcheie Sektion Chemie Num ~ ... a.a; ..r.:.4..- UntersVchungen zum Schwermetallgehalt von Tabakware nB~TatiaIkoYftucL *Keywords:* copper, cured, constituent; copper, smoke, constituent;' lead, cured, constituent; , lead, smoke, constituent; Nahrung 21 (No. 5) 417-28 (1977) (in German with English summary) cadmium, cured, constituent; cadmium, smoke, constituent; zinc, cured, constituent; zinc, smoke, constituent. Univ., Berlin)
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.' • 150272 5754 .: . 78 III No ,.. 1.~ -.. -_._.•... ,_.. ....: ..:..:.. ..ti :_, Studies-.on Polymers volume 34,/ No. 10, pages 729-73G GAS PERMEABILITY OF POROUS VPOLYCARBONATE ?!E."SBRANP
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. ,~,.........~.~_ ... .,.,....._. . . j• ~. 1 9 31Q ~ •22,. 6 . _:.:. .. . • -k . 1E1MORFP, WHlltaa Lynn, 1940- . - ' i •,.-.. ..j':. The Universtty of Wisconsia, P6.D., 1969 Food Technology ; Uoiversity Zficrofilms, Inc., Ano irpor, Michigan t- ENZYl2?S--Pf'^PARA i_TO~t ~X~45~JC'c LACTA.SEJ YE.kS'!`~ . • L1lCTQS:~--aYDFtOL,Y: YS/ . . . . . . . . . i • . ... • • .
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k - ~ I II ~EIME(= AWY* Co1 (1968) ? ~'~,9~S,YEG~iRATILF:A~;,PRESSIt? ATIO :. = STUDIES OF GRQtri'dt) L'FFrCT ON hli Z2?',1:1RDuY ?2iCLIh'I?D A31h'ULAR J8T PART I: /iPPA.1t11TUS MD tfEtllOD OF xESTING; - BFI?ECT3 OF ASPECT PATIO AND PRwSSUP.h i'.A1rI0 (Univarsity of Toronto Institute of Aerophyzic3 ^. echnicnl Note :1o. 37) Au3ust, 1960 ,58 Pares ~ Univeraity of Toronto Toronto, Caneca \
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(SSbT) 90-SOZ (4 'a•) T6 0aal110iV'J) 'Z'in0 'T0S 'SaTOZfl?t'14 =IONtld ~XI~~OH.L~d R.Y'.I&Z d;1 i•lCtZ`17l1•lOdS Qt1V AJ."iONJ SIiZ t:0 SRIQfI3.S •x 'v `loN . ....~.. _. .. ~.._ ~.._ -, . . .. rt . ~: .I;
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Geophysics Study Committee Geophysics Research Board ` Nattonal Research Council WsshinBtfln.A.C.• 1977 '; NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES . 4 : . ~STUDIES IN GE6PHYSICS'l a ; ± " Assembly of Mathematical and Physical Sciences "i 4
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(50272 5755 -1 CONSUELO AGRELO, J.C. PHILLIPS, B.G. LAKE, R.C. LONGLAND and S.D. GANGOLLI ; British Industrial Biological Research Association, Woodmansterne Road, Carshalton Beeches, Surrey SM4 4DS (United Kingdom) (Received December 1st, 1977) ` r (Revision received March 6th, 1978) ; (Accepted M:irch 6th, 1978) the biological fate of orally ingested nitrosamiaes.,:_~_ , .: .'•'+ ?bx/cology, 10 1978) 1b9-167 '6 isevTer/North-Holland3ci ntific Publishers Ltd. Studies on the intestinal absorption of N-nitrosodimethylamine (DMN) in the rat have shown that the presence of dietary constituents such as fat markedly reduced the rate of disappearance of this nitrosamine whereas the presence of pro:,ein and carbohydrate had little effect on the absorption rate. Fat was also found to reduce thc' absorption rate of N-nitrosodicthylamine (DEN), N-nitrosop,yrrolidine (NPY) and N-nitrosopiPeridine (NPTP). rurther it was confirmed that thc small-irltestinal tract of the rat has the ability to degrade DMN. The implications of these findings are discussed in terms of. ''ti IY{a'iy.. y+.~~~., yi ~+!~'9+l:~ ' - . ~' . . . ~~a~~.. .. . , .. .. . , , ~
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i, . . a~ r r " ~ ~ }(}{ 6 Fu l (1969). 4.2 13a uit hi uc ,- s c~zu, _ STUDIES ON HxGti tdOLL~CUt.AR CO:+STY`IU~~tri•S -SOY SAECE(I)'•ISCL~11'Y(.`~1'©~ HIGH MTIDF:S, GLYCOPI?OTPI2JS A:~TD P4LYSt-CCii.4qImS Zti SOY SP.iJCE; hy,-Meas.kczu. Fut;uchi, Hcrio Kicia~:w, Katsuhiro Mori, Rruzo tlzdc, Yuzo Iehigami aad liiroshi • Xshilcaur2.. Jour. Perraentstion Technol. k7 (ho. 8) 510-517 (1969)
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(L46I m;'yo4da3) •d g',~ (6 "0:~) it 1.'L~~oL:t;):v, paa3 ex, to x~~oaot~,~ TiL Llliu.J su ~ J•^Y~!.Tc~ ~t~st ~ • c~ .1 ~Yy it 1. ~t T-.tilJ~il/~~.~. tiL'.'it V~~ ^v:i:l~ j!S~'J+~J -:0~1:: t!~ pUa ;R-tIT,4v©1, C'~.5rti uo P00si jo o4nv;P;ul
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Fer naa4", Rcraigio STUDIES ON THE HYDRATE PR4CESS, ICE CRYST:.L ' CRCW"TUFRTES, AND HYDIiATE REACTION KINZTXCS, by Renigio Feraandae, Jon B. Panrborn, Stewart L. Co2terr t AU.aa J. Barduhn, J. A. Hunter, 61. Shermt,n GiZlsn and Sidney Johnson (U. S, rapt. Interior, Offica of SHISne HatQr, Research and Davelopaent Progreee Report No. 333) III Fel 4%kWVA&Qlhd2! , fCA, GRWAtt (1969)
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450272 5772. :1 .. . . CRROMATOGRP.PHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO ALKALOIDS/ NORNICOTINE/5-HYDROXY-NICOTINE / SYMPOSIjT2•1/TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--CHEMISTP.Y/NICOTINE--METABOLISa--HUMAN BODY/,: NICOTINE ALKALOIDS/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/COTININE-,-METABOI,ISM/ANABASINE/ _- ,t .. :. ,.• MYOSMINE/ k• •' CLASS 1~0. PAHP}1LET 76 VI Pi , • .. •.. Pilotti, A:; McKennia, H., Bowcnan, E: R.;'Dufva; E.; Holmstedt,, B.; f• Enzell,•C• R. ~ Tobacco Co,, Res. Dep•', Stockholm, Swed.) ~ , ~• . . Nicotiner-Carbon Monoxide Symp, ~ paper, Univ. Ky ; Tobacco Health ReQ. " Inst.t .Lexirigton, Ky:,~p' not numbered (Nov. 17-18, 1975) (in English) ' . . ..z_ nt. *Keywords:* nicotine, 'smoke, con4titue sa•S'•t• 'l t, ~. ~. .. \'. • . ... ~ _ . . • ___.. -.l.1, , . ..r... -... . , ... ~ . . .. .. ~, . ... _ , _ . . . . . ,
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DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF ILLINOIS (Urbana-Champaign) NO- Un vei rsit,y of Illinois at Urbana-Charr~paign, 1976 D Ph , ., . Aqriculture, plant phYsiologY
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50272 5770 y.r. y.- ..._.. . ~ _ - Tli r;27 ~GL.AH8l Sliznakov, Emile STUDIES ON llOST DEFENSE AT THE NEk $AGL?',tID ' I1lSTITUTE FOR MEDICAL RESEAItCH, by Estii]•e Blirn&.ov, Adria Casey, Jnmea Green, John ftellor, John Rm-sora, r.nd David Wilkins. (Host riefenso Syatein, -Studiea of Stnmary Csrried out at the New linGlerad Instituto foY Modf.cal IiPsearch. ) July 1967. vvariously geized Ridgefield Cour~. I
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Separation of Homologous Series of .`-acplated Amino Acid Salts and Fatty Acid Alkanolamides by Ikeversed-Phase ClunmatographY ". . ... ..~'.. F ,. ~ ' . . . -~ ~ ~ 0 - ..0 ~. . .. O ~ Op O ~ .: • . '~~ ~ • . ,.,r; . ..•.>.~. .. . .,. . , . .Y. iXAxAxvea, Yo.hibiro aLotnuwA, and Iaao viwTsv>roaro - Shiuido Iaboraorka (1030, .%*ippa-&o Koholcu-Icv Yokohama) . , ' .l..V. ~I ~-ik~. '.X < _. e< " ~ _. , . .,.. .. _ __ .. .. ... . _ .~. . . , 3eparation of homologots seria of standard sodinm X-acylated sarcosinates and fatty acid tnonoo Isopropanol-amides with Cu, C,,, aod Cs ailql pmups sere stndied by high speed liquid cbromatography. emplopinp octadec71siliea (TSK-Gel; LS-410, 3A=) as a oalmm packing. h d a reoommen T ed cooditioos for tl:e separation were as follows: colwnn sise, 4mm i.d.:<25 cm: eloent, water methanol (1S:86, .ol~'.ol) adjnsted to pH3.3 with phosphoric acid; column temp.. 30'C: '; ~ detecror, UV (210nm). 13e apaciq faaor (4a) '.alurs of bdoolaaou. series of sodium X-acylated sareosinates were drastically affected with the eluent pH: the Y.alues increased with lowering the eluent pH. However, fatty acid monoisopropanolamides weae not affected with the eluent pH. The logarithum calues of the A' were directly proportional to the allqrl chain length of the standard surfactants. J i
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.;1yiaa:~ti • CIGARETTES--FIRMtJESS/CIGARETTES=-PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/ 50272 5765 . -~._ h.1-.. w .. . _ . . . . . t ..
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o~~s.S {~o.aob ;o a;s+aT3s~aI `czuoxoZ ;o AITsYaeTn,i s~~~d 3C 11961 '4sFi (LI 'O2'. e3o,t TQaTofi--os soxvsc;doyvy zo o3nITasag oacoxoW ;a x~x~xsu~s .c :o.,-naun zrtva'v x,nnaH mw o7sYd ~--,ss:Ma `•PiQlSfitlillSSYQ ~~,q SarTu't't C:Y 'IL 11'4"!!!:1"lY aYd 'S ~ n ' t II ~L So &SY4 .1.Y ~~i2~3~t7, z UM 85T L
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. t1.c6-t q-,a;tl •c:a03 `l,?ZtI ::0 SlZCrilS .i.... ~ .t.: .t.., •pl •t! '-a:Zu11
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(Takomina Xcsearth LoLoralory, Sankyo Co., Lld.*i) In a previous work of this series, the infrared spectra of substituted pyridines'-') and their N-oxidzs;,') and substituted pyrazines and their Pl-oxides') have been investigated, and the spectral characteristics of the compounds containing the aromatic ring-nitrogen and the N-oxide group were establisLcd and discussed. The purpose of the present study is to extend the studies on these monocyclic compounds to polyuuclear compounds. Thus, tho infrared spectra of substituted quinolines and their N-oxides were examined. '1'he infrared spectra of 3nonometiiylquinolines have been relwrtcd previou5ly) and, more recently, those of polymethylquinplines were described by I{1rr, e: al.') The inira- rcd sl>ecUa of iour Icinds of 9-substituted quinolines aud their N--oxides uave been reported by Costa, ci al.'). but any detailed studiep on the N--oxide eompounds have not been made as yct. In the present worlc, thWinfrsired spectra of 20 nwnosubstitudcd quinolincs, q+3inolinc 1-oxido and its 19 derivatives were determined and the N-O stretching frequencies and tyfP rinry r 0 pn 0" ..._..._...~--
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II - I (1968) ~.~....,,,.:.-- r Tode•, ltiyoshi ' , , , . . I - STUDIES 011 HF.A.T STERILL".ATIQY. F'A.RT 7. Tt1ERA:AL DF.ATEi TMffi AS MSES5ND FMl TH° LYYa-SPLbN DZS- TRIDUTION OP Mx(MOBBS • Jour. Feirmentaeion Technol. %6 Oo. 9) 743-752 (1968) , { c
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lyeetroeLlmles Aets. Vol. BoB. pp. E00 to 231. Perr'smon Prea 2076. Printed In Piorttxrn ]reland , In-qUip: - e Mffmwspemmme -.4 :~oMMOmlse aonci :`ns ar slm aneo P. W. J. M. I3ovniANS and F. J. DE BoF.R Philips Research Laboratories, Eindhovon, The Net3iorlands (Received 15 February 1974. Revised 17 December'1974) ~ Modifications of a previously describod ultrasonic nebulizer 1ed to a higher rate of sample injection into the plasma, an improved overall roliability of the sample introduction devieo, and interference effects were simultaneously achieved. ; below 1 ng/ml for 27 out of 32 representativo clemonts and satisfactory suppression of ioni7ation and an observation height of 15 mm. An outs ndinb detection power with detection limits authors such conditions..•cre found at a power of Q-7 kW, a carrier gas flow of 1-31/min of argon, for simultaneous multi-olement analysis. With the experimental facilities employed by the power inductively-couplcd plasma (ICP) can be operated so as to achiove a good compromise ...,.~..~ Abstract Zbis paper deals with the experimental selection of conditions under which a low- •...... ,r..+r^A„d-ihilitv nf anr+etr»l-line intensities (1 0-1-2 at concentrations 100 times the ' ~ 0000.175%3 .0
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{y, . ~~ y C: 0 ' - 61 ft~ A 0 . .• ;; h'7f~ il{ij1•~ a - l, :, , , - tam 50272 5777 U. D. C. 547. 821. 4: 54i .M ;P';V t"--r--J-M-P (Takauri,rc Rtseorch Lal~.orolory, Sankyo Co., Lid. * and h,sliluta of AIiJ;IicJ A!itrobfoloqy, U„imrsiJy of Toko•o+*) 0 r 78• III Sh 37. Iiidcyo Shincto ring skeletal vibrations could be correlated respectively with their structures. CEM In the previous paper, Tsuda and '.%iaruyama') reported the characteristic infra- red bands of incthylpyridines in f9ngcrprint rcgion for use in the analysis of tar bases. . Tlm purpose of lhe present paper is to establish the correlation between the absorption frequencies and the position of alkyl substituents. The infrared spec- tra of eight ethylpyridines and nineteen mcthylpyridines were determined under the same conditions, and the out-of-plane C-I1 deformation frequencics and pyridine I. Out-of-plane C-I[ l')efor,natiol Frequencies it ha's becn shown that the principal factor determining their_ frequencies is thq.- Aromatic compounds show strong absorption bands in the region of 700 and 900cm-', originating in the out-ofi-pl:cne deformation vibration of the ring hydrogen. In the case of sub stituted benzenes, an extensive investigation has been made, and
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~50272 5778 .37., ~'9t'-) / r x4dA-,~;. u.o.c. a¢7..931.a: a".czr (Toka»aue Research LaGoralory, 5a»kyo Co.. Lld.* aud Pfinru:aceulical Inulilnle, Aledical I•'ac:dly, linircrsPly of Ifyushu") ~:•, - . .. _ .. .... ~ a :T: .~~ st y r . t; .,. E'; :a /X-Z~• .4,97d_ 7 &7") d In the preceding paper,') the infrared spectra of alkylpyridines were correlated with their structures, particularly with the position of the alkyl substituents, and discussions were made on the basis of the characteristic properties of pyridine ring and its si,milarity to the benzene ring. Spectral studies on substituted quinolines also have been little made and it would be interesting to discover how far the correlation rules in the case of benzenes and pyridines are applicable in fused ring systems such as that of quinolines, in which the substituent "bonds are themselves considered to be a part o.f.. the ring system:;.• In the present studies the infrared spectra of quinoline, tsoquinoline, and seven monomethylquinolines were determined and were found to be corrclated with their structuret These compounds gave highly characteristic bands In finger print region of the spectrum, and it seems that the data provided are useful In the analysis of tar baso"s:'_ Di- and trimethylquinotines are now being studied. tyf a..:...- ~'' Y t
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X Tte -73 10 RJR CLASS~-N0. PA:'KF'#sLET X M- 10-73 S.P. S.P. ` B. 0. •Willard, D. H. ; Howard, E. B. Stuart ' (U S~At. Energy Comne., Battelle Mem. Inst., Pacific Northwest Lab., . .. . . . ~ Environ. Life Sci. Div., Richland, Wash., U: S.): ST TES£L""EKFiAM814, U. S. Dep. Commer., Nat. Tech. Inform. Serv., Springfield, Va., n.p. (n.d. 1 (in English) ,.
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50272 5749 .i- _ 1) No appreciable change In number of aerobic baqteria, anaerobic bacteria, ' RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 80 VIII Re-81 s. Tagawa, H.; Miyake, Y.; Akiya, T.. from rniCronwnniRm I ; Changes in microorganism phaae Including aerobic bacteria, anaerobic bacteria, actinomyat.s and yeaat,on tobacco leaves during forced fermentition were inveatiQated. Tbe results obtained were as foUowa; S.P. 80 VIII Re-81 TOBACCO--FERNIENTATION, ACCELERATION/ . Utsunomiya tab. Shikenjo Hokoku 17, 71-78 (1979) (in Japanese with English summary) ° C and 9096RH. 60 . e during the forced f.rmentation of tobacco materials was detected under the condition at 2) Number of yeast was increased during tbe fermeatatioa, when It was analysed after tbe . t 3 day cultivation of the samples at Z8°C, whereas no Increase was observed when anaiyued ~' ft i ti 9 d b t 60°C a er ncu a ay on a . Tr.o of the inereased yeasts at 28°C w , Identified ae Condtda trtyeru van der Walt et ~6 Rerken and TbrubPtis vovlna ~ . `Mrr~ ~ A : . S.- . . x ~a) ~'acars e~na(~in; ~o• tRe f d rm ntatioa.,'w..cb\'~ae water content of leaves, leaf These results may show that the yeast iacrement occured after the fermentation at 60°C y aad 9096RH. 1 . temperature and Increased temperature dependent upon fermentation might be Independent
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a ,. , .~ , [50272 5761 ' ' • .' ....1 . . a'1u+ :_ Mkt;o caII. C- VA;z:oUs Mc :T 1EnF T c~nr,ccO. , . .T+~Fi~~s%a~l ~ . :~Y S~ C(~.1GYl l>1 1:~1C3 .S.*A~:cZiir{t.:! ?nr3 j ~:;.` . . 1 . .:7.e~. t ~ v't_.t'~4:~, rt~~.~.C~•'{ri L":>}= !s•~,.; ~
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CIGARS--SMOKE/ 592.72 5780. CIGARETTES--QUALITY EVALUATION/ TOBACCO--SMOKF.--QUALITY EVALUATION/ ' ~• + v *- 3 ~ a l: n \ ~.Td,STE~ZESTING- ToBAC^.O-'SMOKING/TOBICCC6=r`SY-='~A~IXIYSTS/ _ „ ~-•.---' . ~TQB.ACCO--SMOKEr-CHEMICAL COMP~~VtVSS N0. PA.~SPHLET VI To-73 1 it Brunnemann, K. D. ; 1loffrnann, D. ;wyndcr, E. L. _ (American iiealth Found., Naylor Dana Inst. Dts• Preven,, Div. Environ. ~ ;, , .~_. ,. .:..~,. . Car'clnogeu. ' P.pide mio3: , i:ew York, S. ) ` ,xi.aP~:r, Winston-Salem,,N. C.• ( ct. ~, .' Tobacco Chc.. Res. Co:.f., 27 th, p lish) "' En (i g n . . 1i73) _._ ..oh4}'.~(•11t! : . . ~;. ,.~, ......-.__--•--. sn :x li~a d ~ * , , s or . ~:eyti snoke, constituent; ono:ade , carbon m `- . - rar}hen dioxide, smoke, constituent; hydrogen cyanide, smoke, constltuenz; acetaldehyde, smoke, constitu=nt; srsoke, constituent;- acrolein , aramonia, smoke, con6tituent; ° . hydrogen.ion concenrration:; smoke, constituent;: . : : ' . nicot:.nc,- smoke, constituent; W _ a253*_*_dr r
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(•eaupm o;u314"Jolq --%3 3n ;O ttO12vlra:a ~4a t~2'a;;-,euz jo oaT:vat3at a:12 3o eotFaaS ) •etta3y za»at~; •~ dVH ftI I!sn.TiV °xinu:'. 'tJ 'fi `Fimtl3S 'S A't 6ir l:i!;3-r~0t9 :~'7,...x"IGi:y.-YXid NOA 9l.tt{IIaADS5f1Y 8'a3 .~'..rs: Sia Sa"I1'Iut12:Z tIMt SV4I! i~~iJll~fl$2(~ ;a't F;•;~ : '~ ' . ~~y ~ - li~,8t ~ V S A
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50272 5775 ::~ Nal3 . - ~.~ So~~e Ca~entcal nhsc~ripa*tons " 4 ' .F _k ~ ~. (1°70) Course of Ripening of "Ika-St,ickara 13sgapski,, sizmtl, 5'!'IJDIES n*i TF~.~3 1I=:~..:~F_:~?17CS OF SALT _ ON NiICROBIdL METp.BOLISM IV. Sosue Cisar.~ic31 Gb;:axvsti•onm in the Ccurua of i?agonaa- o« ,"acai-Sh:ca:sra", by Sazauau 4s•hseaik2i rAuu iaeuo YemESaotv : Btt~1. Jsp. Scso. SCi. 1'.aliZrfQS 20 i 617-20 (1954) f
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. TRANSLATION RiR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Kobashi, Y.; Yamashita, Y. *(no affil.)* S'TtTDIBB• 49k` MWT#ift"°> MENTHOii-=DEa1.V/4TVYES. #' • Nippon Senbai Kosha Chuo Kenkyusho Kenkyu liokoku 107, 295-8 (1965) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) 0
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0 U 0 0s 0 y-r (o'ST) ZO[-464 St ";.accs;a •x35 •oos •dar •T'[sz3 •g '~euari;tT~*1OL6T) ,~a~ :•~ii 't?LSt'u .TSI~<`Q~'.~!~3~I+Tl333}+ TVy •lWii:ti+AD 3iU fiti -.S31Q1US ' xx : oxTi:ui~Fr' '1 p;xi vqow •s `ew'r-, ~W/nJ 3l.. 4it~iIOY'~ 444 isrl~,x4u v;uo=v ;o uo}auss0 srp pffT Aal-xZ2a BuYuadT=q y17a pv~Ypv 4Ti;S ;o :jus<<iv4v aiqa uiaa,wk nO;3eT;:T- a..T. •IZY • msvd ~iSTaI ti3alt~'LW.3 DuYROAD. St0 M-13VIXILIMy RHx NO saisclia Z 0 6 S Z L Z 0 S
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SORBIC ACID/BACTERIOCIDES/FUN916CID$/ ~ DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF CALIFOILIIA/ DISSERTATION Submitted'in partial satisfaction of the re4uirements for the degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY f ~~- C~Acldm By t}DORQE K~'.•.'ETN YORX II A.B. (Stanford University) 1950
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r _ ~ . ~ .,..r -.. -,...._... .. _ ~ . ~....r .....~........ ,~,_ . r...~, ~ ~.e~ ....-/'~. - - ~~.._~..,..,,_..--...~...._.. r.jc)cNiMICA ET BlaPIiYSl4A A..TA ,2 3 ?/> .?1"3 50272 5800 BBA Report .. DO 1+SATIIASSON and KLAUS MOSBACH . ' ' Qteaueal Centtr, Bfocbunitd Dirision. Usbatity ojluod P,a Box 744 S?,2007Ltrnd 7(SwKdcnj (Received lanuary 22nd,1971) The kinetic behaviour of a matrix-bound three-enzyme systern has been studied ,__ _, astd qormcarcd Vth tha:. of_zn _7~:ao; ous syste :_r ,con.tistinR of the three en?ymss unLound . . _ . . . T. . ...._. _. ... . . . ...~<Y•[~
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L50272 5774 xx y NaB t (1970) . 1 )itlge]88la, Su3utDu STU?IES ON ZME XNM.Gi:/iOES OF SkLT ON i iiYCRGIiYAL 2iETAl30LISAI. kZI. Oa the EolAttcoA i` of Salt Coaceatration to the riutrofaction j i..r4W ~K1paLiVL{~ . • cf Fish )fuccJ.e oacd to alDeniug of = ~~zko-phic+kCra", bq SuEt-:u Nag&ocal,i snd ' [ B-411. 3Ap. fioc. Szi. Plrhar#es 20 6]•3-616 (1954)
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-' , . K Vailcatawbranoanian„ `V. R. Vieth, aa S. S. Wang f3. Fcrment. cchnd, .. (J. Ferment. Terhnol., Vol. SQ, No. 9, p. 600-614, 1972) K. Venkatasubtamanian, ZV. R. Vieth, and S. S. Wang ' (Department of Qheaoid and B;ochemial Fnginxsi.ra, Rutgen University, - The enzymatic hy drolysis of the cell «-a11 mucopolysaccharides of Arcrococcus lysodeikticus using lysozyme ( .%'-acetFlmuramide gly canohydro- 1ase~ E.C. 3.2. L 17) immobilized on coIlagen has been studied. Several desirable properties of the biological protein collagen such as hydrophilicity, open internal structure, ruembranous form, etG, have influenced its choice as a host matrix for enzy me immobilization. Th-- immobilization process. emploS s simple and inexpensive techniques to bind the enzy me to collagen through non-wvalent bonds, primarily multiple salt.- linl:ages, hydrogen , bonds, and van der Waals' interactions. . The stability and reusability of collagen-lysozyme membrane complexes tested in a biocataly tic modular reactor con5guration have been found to be tiery good.' The feasibility of continuous reactor operation using these
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xx S'T~iA7w~:~B1 lMG~~r,We~ Ta1 (FEgptE'ITE!) FISH PASTE).-IV. The Change of (1970) Fat During the RipeninS of Gyomiso T.cnib;awa, B. STI)DICS ON T`i:,3 WMACT:f'A8 OF GYONISO er-EMII;1.~U Vf-5:: Pfi.STE}. IV. Tho CyE:is•^3 of Fr_t Du_ing, the Rincaing of Gyw.eieo, by E. ..11. N .t..t,.., c .~.~.. _~ w. ......_t....' S+.+t.i. Jap. Soc. Sci. Pioharies 15 'r'03--6 (1950) 0
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50272 5801 _ -....... ~ - s~.~ ~ xt P-rT 'o~ rv~,tr.;bm(Pro~sp~er-*3 Tal The Cherdcal Chan,;es of the Fi,7 (1970) '`f'at. nrotein Durin ; the Zipenir.t; of t'-n itian „ ~. ~f•.~l•:~~ I~~.-'1. 1• ^ si:.isE: T •I.T .. Th... E.:i:zai1Cal Chw l.k..4tt. i aCKJ 0 ~~... ._.r:~^~..,..~..v. ~..e:+.y-.••r•a-....... ~.-~.--.~.._;..,-.-e-...~.... ._ . • . ..~-.~-...-+.-s-...-r..-rr ~ ~1 n r~ l) ~ 7 , ) :3
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1 50272 5785 TOBACCO--SMORING--URINE pH/STRESS/TOBACCO--SMOICINC--PSYCHOLOGY/ . NICOTINF.--lETABOLISM--II[IktAN BODY/SMOICING HABITS--STUDENTS/ ...~r.._.... s - ' • 77 =Sc,• 1 / R:)R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 X Sc,~ ~' Y'Sehachter, S.=,6`ilverstein, B.i.l~azlovski,'L. T.;,Perlick, D.;.~{erman, C. Z.s:Liebling. S. o)umbl U NY' C ~ i YmikL - S s~ : v~ S~ ' ~ ~ s a . ., .. . ,..: a... e....,...~•~ . r 0 =-M-10 brui.-Sxp. Psychol: 106 (no. 1) 3-4 (1977) (in English) Studr_founded by Yhi~lips•tSorris,JjaJ, ~~.at, gv-3oJ 3J-k0 .~..-.'-_ - ~ • •Schachter, S.,. - (Columbia Univ., New York, N. Y., U. S.) STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL DETERMINANTS OF SMOKING. I.:NICOTINE REGULATION IN UFAVY AND LIGHT 5?tOKERS. ' - ' Sil h S K ki t i S h l L T S - ac ter, •; o= ows , vers e n, ,- . .; . e STUDIES OF THE INTERACTION OF PSYC110LOGICAL AND PiU1P.MACOLOGICAL DETERNINANTS OF SMOKINC. II '-EFFECTS OF_URINARY_pH ON CIGARETTE S?fOKINC• Silverstcin, B.; K.ozlovski, L«~T.; Schaehter. S. (Colucbia Univ., Ncw York, N. Y., U. S.) ON OF PSCYIiOLOCICAL AND PIIAR}tACOLOGICAL ,yu , STUDIES OF TNE INTF.RACTI ARY PH ' ERMINANTS OF SltOKINC III SOCIAL LIFE CIGARETTE SMOKING A.7D URIN DET.*!,,. >enachtct~, S.; Silverstein, B.; Kozlowski, L. T.; kiernan, C. P.; Lieblin=, S. . ` STUDIES OF'THE INTERACTION OF PSYCHOLOGICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL DETERNIN- ANTS 0P_SHOKINC. IV.i;EFFECTS OF STRESS Oa CIGARETTE SMOKING AND URINARY PH. S h h S• 511 1 B• P 11 k D v r te n r c t . DETERMINANTS OF SMOKING. V.yP5YC110LOGICAL AND PHARMACOLOGICAL EXPLANATIONS OF ~ ~r SNOKINC UNDER STRESS,~y~~~i~ ~ r { ~` o o 1;: 7 5.a . $ )~ , •, e , . ll .'ac oti, ., e s i•{I ON OF PSYCOLOGICAL AaD PHARMACOLOGICAL RA EO EI T F TH STUDI NTE C I S a
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~ 0 1 S I t r~ l~~rJ?1 tt°qL ~5cls •dEti:v i •;aI`ij~ •twv=wd •r sa±u 2x'atil p,z%7 Pzax~P:q AS 11ttt'iw am:z hY iiC) ;Y.f1ic-Mr..'.H ~ew {.J .Ci.4.1.aRvJ ~N17C3!'~4~j •s Qtv;:;+a 4 row 4! ~f:t: tv I ~NI'~'~373-(--) 30 mlqeA' . ~q.nl M „'S'33QftI'S itt'-plORO(1{ v u v o s p or .w r BOBS ZLZOS
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\ , , AGE •: VOLUME 136, ARTICLE . 2 .u1 9 CADEMY OF SCIENCES ' :; ;::r ,r Editor-in-Cltief x="= = Naneging Editor V;. 1 EDWARD M. WEYER Studies of the Humoral ReQulation of Leukocptes. By FltsaERIC C. L 1iDwiO, MARY E. St[OKE AND JOHN S. WE LLINOTON .......... 784 Studies on the Response of Rat Lymphocytes to Phytohemagglutinin. By L. IONS JOHNSON, P'ATRICIA A. SULLIVAN. PO-CHUEN CHAN. JOSEPH LOHUE, FRANCIS C. MONETTE AND ALBERT S. A.sociate Editor MARJORIE A. 'bIUSIL HURD HUTCHINS Psefsce. By ALBERT S. GORDON ............................................. 781 5. S- , . 77 II Ne ,; ANNALS OF THE. NEW YORK A ~' , . , . - S 779822 ^ P 5 j 4 . , ,
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II FA:IYLET 72 X Er RJR CLASS NO.. F, r { : i: soT1, C. K. (L'-itvcrsitr Q:.s., Sch. pi:a~-,^.:., Den. Pharmacol., Lawrence, Kans., U. S.) RT :1I(70TZ?IEI Ps}•chopharmr_ulr,gia 22 (No. 4) 357-358 (1971) (in English) W Q'S, &. B. " 11g*i*1~ S b 7 fc't-acco Me<ii.ci : =:
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50272 5790 Ak Preserving Alaska Pallack Intcnded-; b i y Icing, etc (1970 f r M hin- Janznese Style Fish Paste iki~ri. W3uotu i STUDIES ON KECPING PMH1a'CSS OF RA[a FIS3 p.ND SH,3LLFISH IV. Prdsorving AlaoY.a PaIIa ck Zntenslact for Makiag Japanase Style Ptah Paata by Icing with Soxe riicrob5.a2. Iahib:tosr$ cad Preeexvafiveg, by tdi.cQSu Aic{ba, Abrusiti~-e rlotoh2ro, rticb:.e.Ia Sc:.4ta:i axcd t3obozu Mwura Hakkaido uaigslsu Suieen Gat:ubu Kenkyo *ho ~8 (No. 2) 121-6 (1967)
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SIMOKING_AND HEALTR/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ / - - • OBACCO--SMOKE--BIOLOGICAL TESTINC ~ Me2 77 S.P. - I': Br. J. Cancer (Ifl77135. 329. ~. CMCM=r; _ ~ ?a, DI. J. L. CLaPP, D. 31. COA'A'L\G.rcn J. «ZLSON From A. Canlral Toxicology Laboratory, Imperial Chauical buluatries Lintikd, Aklerley Park, • • AVaedufidd, Ckeobirs SS10 4T'J Reeeived 23 Septembee 1976 Aooepted L' Octobor 1976 '. S~ Summary. The topical carcinogenicity to mouse skin of smoke condensates ob- tained from a tobacco substitute (i•1SNI), alone or in combination with tobacco, has i been compared with condensate from tobacco and with acetone, the solvent used. Sixteen different types of cigarette were used to make the condensates, and the age- standardized results have been analysed according to the Weibull distribution model. The results show that NS:li condensate has less than 25% of the potency of tobacco condensate (37"/„ at 95% upper confidence limit), and that condensates from blends of • NS\i and tobacco ar: similarly reduced in activity. General pathology analysis failed to reveal abnormal• ie u o' bI. 0 S ~ 0 t~l 0 i• ~~ THE chemical complexity of cigzitirette ~ ..nnirw ..w...l...t.... .t.- circumfercnce (designatFd A and B respocs . . . . .... ~ a /
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50272 5815 QU ~ 305 8 Gilchrist, T. L. C1fu't.3E:lI:.S, :SITUi'J.°.S A:aD ARYSL'S, by T. L. Gilchrist and C. N. iitas3 (Studioa in 'riodern Cheraistry) 1969 131 Pagea Appleton-Century-Crofts \yc-w York 0 5 4 o n 0 1 a~ 7 T. r..
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50272 5814 7.~eY~ _ _..hy Y.:y,..a...J"~+' ~- SB 951 Pa 0 -~: SMYS3 Ot1 TRE MODB. OF- dCTIODE OF >d IDTSECTICIDES. P.%nt, Chs :dra P. STUDIES Oit =S M{)DLt OF ACFZON OP INSECTICIDES 7COSR 78 n .;Mw Vaiveraity Mact-ofil+rs Ann Arbor, Hichi&s, 0
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KOREAN MIN. ACR. FOREST OFF. RURAL DEVELOP. RES. DEPT. 6 (1)(1963) 141-8 ~ f'fL~~au~-~1is~n• t .. K.13.~5u%:, Y.K.Lf:ang and K.S.LKins Trsa:.a oj Agr. EnC. 4- titi1ira:ioot SUMMARY In an effntt to ensure the cfft•a-eice af menthol crystal ~c;:cration from mint oil, ir.x~: Ec: trials were conductc-d and ohtaincd the rc_ul- as I. At cru,k cq•stnl scpcration tc_t. .:.^Ed low tcm- peraturv rnntro) alemonarated 11 e; and easicr opcration than cor,t't.,nt tcmlrrat:::e 2, For the pure crpstal :c7t:::::a^ aa' 4 crifferent tmatnlCrtc wtrC cXanlincal: s%. Cqp.~:t"c^ o-.^: is main- t::incd W.rcr G°C, at the br,ttom s.::.t: tiers are ir.w~+tatcd i:~hii,itinF the hoa F.. f:~.cr)- O rieA t.f On () rrf(i)cr:,0l 314 t•: 1:.5 3, The factors which influence crystal fnnnr:tit,n ara• u follow: a. Well purified oil and protcttion fron:.:ir axp -t:re are favorable in cry-ta) Erouing and Fart'ct-. b. Smrx,th l.wtnm of set•cr: t:on can cf!aat, I crystal and better quality tL•an r.^.gzcd one. e. At the cr)•stal sa•pcrat'v)n pr(xc:=, insulation of can -timulnlcs di.•cvf .r;-c: I groa'thand re<ult< ncacac ol:aj. rttu!!) ii.c fi.:'t: ai-, and loa-c-r quality. It w•as ol:xnctl th:tt _h.:t,c, of fPn., n„• nw.: ir,'.• h.• t,.,:of:,l ~•f r~:~ •!•'
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50272 5811 ;rr=1M#1£S .QK T4E. ~7irIAHn`C1S 0£ Nii'-0T1: £ 6Y T2k ANttt~L 8(~@r - . In Enylish by Paul S. Larson. .- ti.._•.. 11~-.(_ . ~•- :'~ r.R7 NSV.7 ur~~ --~ ii, o~o:~~:. •v...J +1.. C,C`t~ ~ • .•~-~~.J9 7 5.7 3 ~.
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Add 71 • xx MINIAilo- MeB 3 g•p,a. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Development Departwents, Science Information Division MONASOUIUM GLUTAi•f.UTE, A COLLECTION OF 11/1TCDTA1' S`.-- T!. T. iJnarrme%lAa Tn}NsPf!n rnrl itesearch and Deve.l.opment Dcpeirtraents, :;ciQnce Information Division, and tJilliam 4. Me"a. 10,69 A collection of raterial N C S l ns ton em -,. a a osoon o 1 757 s. :~:
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i ,_ ,,. . , .. ~ Y^ shad . ~ Goro Kw)tm0ro; Hiromi YosHlnw and Yukiko TwxwMOtt1 Faculty of Nutritoo, Kobe Gakuin Uaivenuty (Arise; lkawadani, T.rumi-ka, ICobe) Among the browning reaction of various foods, the Maillard reaction has been studied extensively - and 'it Is known that the reaction products show antioxidative activity. Ia the previous papers, the i' , authors observed that the easy formation of inetal•proteia complex and iron-fatty acid complex, and .. those complex thus formed did not promote the rancidity of oil. • In this paper tbe relation between the binding ability of inelanoidin(Ai)and metal and character-. istics of M-metal complex was investigated. M prepared fSom a mixture of glycine and D~-xylose. . by heating at 100'C for 5 hr, was fractionated by Sephadex G 25 or thin•layer chromatography (TLC). It 240 19 1 'k Jour. Japan 01 . , • -- - 77 III Ka . .• -• ,. materials, and metal content iii tbose complex, and IR spectrum and TLC of those complex were inorganic metals (copper sulfate, ferrous chloride, zinc nitrate and'magnesium chloride). The precipitated complex was separated by centrifugation, and the amount of adduct formed with those M and fractionation components with Sephadex G 25 and TLC were reacted at 50•C with some measured. •'. 050000 1•757.'4 is ILI 2I(1973) Che3m, Sew. 94(2) 15-
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- ~ ~ To1963 50272 5825 ~.. ~ Slttkti,asc*~~ Rkwtine ts fe~ feti tTte -- by N. M. Papadopoulos. ~ Ti0I3ACCQ CF,-.* RESWRC.q MIL~`EIiEEZ:CE, 17th Seotember 1963 K;ntm31, Quebee, Csr.ada o s o o n o ~ - ~ ~. ~ ~ . . . . ..~. ~~'F . t;.
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etsuva atana e'~ n~~oni~ngo W'Xv'(;W~"~ tinir. Pa. Med. Seh,, Philadelphia, Pa. 19174. ": )Iice were exposed for 30 min, 6 days a wk for 3 or 6 wks • to mi><tures containing trichioromonofluoromethane (FCII)„ ~ dichlorodifluoromethane (FCi2) or dtchlorotetrafinoroethan: ~, (FC114)• Tbe rnost conspicuous etfeet of FC11 (0.2°.S for . ~' 3 wks) was the development of tolerance to its bronchocon. strictor effect. Repeated exposure to FC12 (20% for 3 wks) '' ' he i, caused an exaggeration of its bronchoeonstrictor effect. T ;` response to hypoxia was altered in the following manner: lo+e of bronchodilator response In mice exposed to FCl l(209G ' e for 3 wks) and exaggeration of respiratory depressant effeet' C On ~ 093 L1S[(AC) ACTIVITY IN LUNC AND HEART: EFFECT OF YEA-PIGS. S.K.Purie, A.A. Math6,J:.Volicer, ) AND HISTA.•tISE(HI) IN HEALTIiY, SENSITIZED AND -• ;rs.it School of N,dicine, goston, Mass. 02118 ty vas asured in the homogenatej/of lungs and Aeslthy, ensitized and anaphylietic guinea-piRs. .ungs. EPI 10-'-10-ZH) stimulaj4d AC activity pendent man r. Ln sensitized lunRs, AC vas ee to EPIi lc concentratio~(s of EPI (10-4-10-6H), r, a mintmal'ef~kt in heaYihy lungs, produced a ilatton of the 'N) concentration v . Iensitized aninals. ras similar -in hea ~~rts. To explot - ~ receptors in s also measu •(0.1x), in Ntgptr sensitivity of AC to ,elso deoonstrated in the other hand. III induced hy Zs vell as sensitized ' further ~cj~ie role of edrenergic e state of a diate hypersensi- d in anaphylact lungs. Addition itro, in healthy an~ sensitized ~ alter either the basal or EPI in .ced stis.ala- tivity. However, challenge with ovalSumin (50 mg) guinea-pig, in situ, significantly dec=eased td stimulation of AC activity. These re1 ~lts :he beta receptor sensitivity to EPI is alte'red icass of ovalbumin sensitization and anaphytix3s. .•4SPHS, 1tNLI Puloonary SCOR grant 15063) vc : ~ ~_ w' ~ ~ -k>. . .. . . ~.. a..~... . .: ~.._ . .. .~z . • - 1 ti . . • . 1se PMra+aooi°MH .;..:: a of hypoxia in mice exposed to FCI1 (S7G for 3 wks) or F ~ (4% for 6 wks). Repeated inhalatton of FC114 (4% for 3 or 6 wks) did not influenee the airwaya, but there was a reduction . L in eompliance both during inhalatton of FC114 and during hy-„ : " ;.y, ooxia. The consequences of exposure to Auorocarbons can L_ be explained by the following: change ia adrenergic and chol• inergie receptors in the airways; depletion of btogenic am• ines; structural changes in the airways and capillaries; and reduction in pbospholipid content of the lung:
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I> STf3DIE&Oi~ IM N=TINE. CE1NTEfiT' CYY CIGAfiS ,T"f`s , r-8m(W;^w Jensen, C. 0. STJDIES ON ZNE NICOTINE CONTENT OF CIGAfiETTE SMOKE, by C. 0. Jensen and D. E. Haley. Reprint f"roms Journal of Agricultural Research ~Ll (No. 3) 267-76 (August 1, 1935).
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DANJI NOMURA • (Food Clurn. Inst., Yaurag,rcAi Unii., Skimonoscki, Japan) -_ : a s ~ o_ n 0 ~~(29--v--19655) STUDIFS O~T 1~f~11:Ih.*4iN~i~~ PI2ODUCEi? ~~~ COl~I01`f~#~1Et~~3~t fl~F~©f3f~I,'L~;''T: T~I~ PROPER- . TIES _REi<fOiTAI. QF CO-EYISTfN+G`-`T'1:Z"T ~'lSE. FI2OlI 1`HE - EN~Y1tfE Naringin, 7-rhaniiiosirln-4-glucosidc of 4,5.7-trihrctms: • 1vana $+.'.it~w~` , (mith S 6gs.)
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r; i _, . ' $~TgS o',i' Cl`tJ:~Sb ~'~, 1 ED FiSli PitiS9`E} 7~F.R~fi'3::FfS : rr 4-% s u y ?=: asl MATIuyAcruRE 08 151aaIL.S ., D Cuastwea Ak~e~ ,, .+r `~ . ~ e i ~~ ...~ .... V~~7{IV1v~.0f Si1~YMr U YN~ib.~r1l ~ -eg Jagan I5 (No. 11) (1950;-,,,Isra;
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' . 50272 5830 Mcd $~- ~~ o~;oon.o DURSD- T(BA,C04l- fric-s'~rop? &. ?o SiUDIBS ON 'TIM OPTIt~I=M fitTTRITIOH 0F FhUF,- C1TPXD 9`013ACC0. Scientific Agr; ca7.tuz•ep Zg. M-98 (394-5) 7, 5 9 2 ~.
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•-,.Asavadvr atjl aaos3 u011 •VIsvv-" yslVu3 - (15b1 A'--rl) S9'£SS (£ '~N) £S (crojuoctor • u:z,-Nd gtlo;?) iqsss2 nia8jxnzvA uoyiK •Sm`?ti Cl~.'v S,A1SSIZ ZVStYi1v xa NOISvt1IX0 ISt1TLODIt; '3I °'r:SI'IOww2w BKIJA.?Iti tZJ S32QtlZ5 sjjnv •aaanj('rsy 4S"m ; tlt+lh SMSSi3 'Itimtm Xg WM1M1Xfi 3N33wItt , 'II 'I-ISI'IOfNiZW 3NLLOOINV0 S3fQt1bS- P. jSZ I' a bZ6S ZLZOS
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, . . ``~ ~': 50272; 5795 ~ .;! ~ .-. .... ,'.J,iS.`i ~ mit ..,`Hilfe Untersuchung von Lignin Kohlenhydrat Komplexen ' ~ . --~,.~ . . ' . . ~ ------~ der hochauflosdn den 'Elektronenmikroskopie* voa 171etr1cn reagel • 5 h,tstitut f3r Holzforschung dcr Universitit Mt3nchen, 8 Mt3nchen 40, WitucrerstraBe 45. ~~ Sehl6sselworter Uatcrsuchung von Lignin-Koblenhydrat-Komplexea mit Nilfe der hochaufl83ea- (Sacagebiote) den Slektroaenmiktoskopie i K 1 l h Li d gn n- ° ' ea y rat" ' Zusammanfassung - )Coapku. , _ paly~ ~ Bei der Kontrastiertutg mit Uranylacetat werden Polysaccharide negativ, und Lignin positiv ange- gire 13rbt. Um bcide Komponenten in Lignin-I:ohlenhydrat-Komplexcn rubencirandcr:u lokalisicren, Elckuonenmikroakonie wurden Suspensionspr3parate von Fraktioncn dcs Alkaliextraktcs aus Fichtcnholocellulose untcr- • .rnr~,rrnr. agr mR rmna'wcTar OeninQelt. mtt /'laUnf IL Keywords li.ignin-carbohydrate- rnmpiexes : Polyoses Lignin F.kctnon microscopy Sprucewrood o ~-o ` - Suinmary _Polysaceharides are stained negatively and ligoin is stained positively by treating them wtith uranyl ;. acetate. Suspension specimens of fractions of the alkali extract from spruce holocellulose were stained in dificrent manners for localization of both components in lignin-carbohydrate-complr.ies. " The studies were carried out on specimens trcatcd with uranyl acctate, shadow•ed with platinium/, ' bon sta' ed bx eom~r tauQ~ ot ~th thods. In dit[crcnt fractions the poly-saccharid com- ~tent~i s d~rent Tsbril~iametlks de~Fndi g on its comrosition. In fractions with a high amount of Iignin the polysaccharid fibrils are extremely coiled and embcddcd in the lignin. In fractions with a low amount of liCnin this componcnt is linked as small particles and in thin layers respcctively to the surface of the polysaccharidG>:ris. . .:C /
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50272 5821 r NF.UROPHARMACOLOGY/NERVOUS SYSTEM--BIOCHEMISTRY/ANIMAI.S--iIEUROLOGY/ BRUGS7-PSYCHOTROPIC/PHARMACOLOGY/ BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY/ RC 327 Co 1972 . 8m z.- t Advances in Biochemical b~- Psychopharmacology Yohnne 6 E. Costa. \f.D. -C'laif.Yafwrutury u/'Piaclinical , Pbarntucolut;r ' . . - , ' Notuwnol lnsri:ntr ojMental Health Cambridge. England N•oshinFr,,n. IJ.C.. U.S.A. • -.. Kaven Press • New York - 1972 ~.__. . - osoooo 1 75a3 EDITORS L L. Iversen, M. D.• - Department ojPharmacolugy Cambridge University R. Paoletti, M.D. • Projes.sor and Dirccurrt lnstitute ojPharmacolugy and Phurmacopiosy University ujAlilan 5,. Milan. Italy -AL w# s
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' L50272 5788 ' X:iI ?te .M i ~ Kaincuaa, Kcsiji ~ T0 - V}CTrtf SE Ih' a 0? D t, , z IZATYd :DIF:S ON TiiE ISO~ffiP,. Sr Fr,tIL`TdSC PART IV: DESIGN AND INSTAMATIG.. OF id8 ~ PILOT PLANT OF CSiNTit:Jiis s~d~.wi;TZnTYO;: tUND D:.'TSRNittZATIQN OF THE OPERATING CO?vTIRITYOt?S, by Reiji ' ri i • • : az l:ein=a, xinji Y=ta, ar.a Sr.igea s . Jaur. AGr. Chem. Soc. .YapAn 42 (Ho. 5) 243-234
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50272 5831 ILI `rJa ~STUDITsS~, OK.SIRCANIC CATAi.YTIC RSA~''FIO!QS. II. 7 = (1969) -TH8' IMUTION OF NITBIMS TO AMInBS iiI'FFf-1 8~~ Crt~A~.~FSTS~ WAi~.zt3vi2, KR2u••ichl STEiDIE3 Cltl C.G.=C Cli'Zr;b'lTZC =.CTI0?IS. ZZ. . ar~ ~..,... .P. ...~.. .....~_...~ .., .......,.. r.:~:f2141V.r Oe iv.4tu..a:a av A-uL.,u FIITi IvIGI,{EL C1,;:A.LYSTS. w.l.I. Chcm. Soc. Japaa 37 (No. 9) 1325-1329 (1964) fl osoon oi7 5 93 :-~-:-~-~- .
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_'1 S'MI8&0At YEPTiDES. Yx MiS¢ ~l.,~ SQI--SA1:cE : }t: ~EPTIDES _ IDL *t1~~1E- (VI} GRtlI3g SfiPARr.TIO:4 OF LCt~"+ ~ Ta(1969) '=`1ISQ .1ND TIiEIf~ PROPERTIES (VII) EFFECT OF, ~ 4 PEPTIDE5 0U THE QL'AT.ITY_QF SOY-SAI(GE: Takeuch{, Tokuo STUDII?S 011 PEPxIlDES IN MISO A;4D SOY-SA'JCE (VI) GROUP SF.PARATIO.-M OF LOWER I'F.P'TIDES IN N.IUX.'-MISO AND THEIR PR4PERTTb•ES (VII) E'F'.?ZCTS OF PEYTi.hlsS ON THE C1uNi.ITY OF SOii-S,WuCr, oy Tokuo Takeuchi, Masatsugu Yoshida and Higao Yoshii. :'^.--.".1±:it+n TcChnol..- 47• (ITo. S) 0
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TOBACCO--INDIA/NICOTINE--METABOLISM--HUMAN BODY/ 50272 5829 TOBACCO--HARVESTING--HAND/ 79 VIII Gh RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VIII Gh Ghosh, S. K.; Parikh, J. R.; Gokani,,V. N.; Kashyap, S. K.; Chatterjee, S.K. i , ZAR:I6ULTOMWCM. lk'lrl0a 0! Jour. Occup. Med: 21 (No. 1) 45-47 (1979) (in English) Occupationalsickness amng tobacco larmers due to the ~ handling of green tobacco leaves is termed "green symp- ~ torn." This symptom was investigated among 197 Indian tobacco workers and it was found that 88.83°I% of the workers were su:iering from green symptom when exposed to green tobacco leaves during their occupational .operation. Nicotine concentration of the urine was j estimated only among male subjects-who were smokers. t During the exposure period (when subjects were suffering I from green symptom), more than a three-fold increase in ~ nicotine concentration in the urine was observed. Both 1 cured and uncured leaves may cause such sickness. . _ ._ .L ~___ . r ~ _...~...rs .. -. e._. .-..__....._~.._~__._.~~-- ..~... ~..y O;SAQ(1A 1 7591 = *:,:.ur. IV-!w ', 1 ~ S- a ,. .
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t , XXI Me-BA- 50272 5013 S. P~ J - ~.c.~cwd 09 ppl (~` ~0 ~ - - J S73 _ tfl ,..lf..._ . , ~•.. .~..., -- 4. CharacterisC-of ~=;0 Stre p to my~ c , e r .._ . o~ wliole-wl g~u~o~~~anerase fr"~~ ~ Sp~,~~- - Young H. Park, T. W. Qtnng and Moon H. Han . Appliad Biochemhtry /abonrtory,lConr lwstitute of Selnrce.wd JLCAwoJo;y. l.Q dax 131. Lbov Drc Mtm, Seiwd, Korea whole-cell shaose ttontenur from e Strtptomyoee tpp. wsr inawoblAtsed by errtnpntent in gelatin menicw aoulinked with shrtu.idehyde. 77.e nprltsnt l+rrntobOtred enzyme preportion had up to 40% nrn.ery yield oJ the eetirlrp and sAowrd reletirely /ong smbiaUiu durity itorrjr and the !w ieerisbw reaction. The storage helJ-!(/e of the pnptretion Wat 19 mtowthi at S*Cend the helJ,G(/e oJthe enzyme during opention wv 160 deyiln the prrxnce ojl nw Co?''.wd d0 deyrln Nre ebeenes of the nute/ ion. Optimum pB and temperature were 7.S and 70-7.f'C, nipectl.eb. 7fYe [e, .rluet for glucose and fructose were 0. 29 and 0.16 x, rttpecti.ely, wtth e maximum theontiul conralfon yield ~ ojS6X. Thi simulation nrtrrltt bexd on the mnelbk orre-nibrbrte enzyme Xinetk model speed well with the experieunrl deae obtained from a betch reactor. 77u continuous operation ojpeeked . bed reactors demonstrated that some effects oJthe externd ffbu d(ffUu(on nslltence wen apparent at low flow rate of t br e j to n. whereas the Internal pore d(fJratlon rrt4tence wu O_ 0 n~ibfop to ~ke pe~siz~nd~tAu~rk __~ ~ , '
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.. •• . . . - w.. ..A 7L -7V• JVi/i 7V.7V Rd(l VW7JJ -V`-.v v.r. ~ VII- Re ~ 6 ~ S.P. Thurm, V. .. . , (Hygicne-Inst. Wernigerode, Ger.) .Nahrung 4(ATo. 18) 445-49 (1974).(in German with *Keywords:* DDT, tobacco, additive; DDE, tobacco, additive; • dildibdditi; ern, toacco,•.ave ~endrin, tobacco, additive; lindane, tobacco, additive; aldrine,tobhcco, additive;. . , . .. . r._ ~...-..r , r~ *(Untersuchungen uber Pestizidrutkstande auf Tabakwaren. zidgehalt von Rohtabaken.)* methoxychlor, tobacco, additive; biphenyls, polychlorinated tobacco : 0 9 0 0 0 0 7 b 0 0 English summary) additive. i ,,
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POLYMERS•b POLIMERIsATIO:q--CATALYSTS/CATALYSTS/ 78 III Ha2 - eULLkW 01P T1tt cttwttuAL sortM or jAPert, vot.. 49 (12), 331W-3112 (197G) -(Vol. 49, No. 12 . ]2 ' aut,t.zrrot or Tttr. ctttittcat. soca"r or JaPAr, 'vot.. 49(1), 12-15 (1976) T' / OThQeWrO it 1~s c~clu~d tliat tf~ acfre c~tet~ ff the polymerization was molybdenum(V) in the state(1V). Inaordcr to rlc~vcal the formation mccltanism of thc activc slx-cics in cthylcnc polymcrization, the rcdue- tioh thrcKS kincls of molylxlcnutn o:cidcs, I, 11, a~xl 111, whiclt arc inx,lublc in aq 10 AI-Nl I„ wluble in .. ~-..~ Studies of Aio%; AI,0, Gatalyst in . tiylene Pnlymcrizatiol't.`' III.' 'W n' .,, The Nature of ATo (Y) and Its Relation with Activity 'lf~A IV. Kinctics- an~I.Stuichion><etry of. the Ited"uction =' :". . Kcizi ItnstuAtoro, Shozi WATAtvnnB, and I{imio TAttAatA' n: Tke Osaka Alaaicilxrl Tcclnical Racarc/t IaslituGc, Ogiarati, JCita-4a, Osaka 530 '~ • w -- In ordcr to determine the active center of ethylene polymerization over MoOs-A1,Os, the g-tensor and the amount of molybdcnum(V) in each chemical state were detcrntincd by means of 1SR mcasurcmcnt. The anisotropy of the g-tcnsor revealed the strength of the er~stal field in the state; thc decreasing order of the strengths was as follows: statc(S)>statc(\l)>statc(W)>tNfoO,-SiO==frcc LIoO,. In tltc state(S) molybdenum oxide is Insoluble in ad.10.N[-NIIs, in the state(M) it is soluble in aq. NH3 but insoluble in water, and in the state(W) it is soluble in water. The amount of molybdcnum(V) in the state(W) was studied in connection with the activity, because only the state(W) wu suitable for polymerization. The behavior of the activity was in fair agrccmcnt with that of the molybdcnuut(V) cotttcnt in the statc(W) and this content dcpcdncd on the amount of supported MoOs and 6n the cxtent of reduction. 'The amount of molybdenum(V) in the state (W) corresponclcd to the amount of cltcmisurbed hydrosen, which was a polymerization initiator. The clteinisorption of oxygen on the catalyst caused a complete disappearance of both the activity and the molybdenum(V) contcnt in the statc(W).
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~ . .50272 5820 (Japan Tobacco Salt Pub. Corp:, Cent. Res. Inst., Jap.). uramateu, STliDIE3"-t3N '3'IM ~[A'YlNV* AM. 69:-; ,TJW ~'1#F.RM~kL 'PRY~PEICTI 1~5~ . . TOBACCO--THERMAL AAIALYSIS/CIGARETTES--Bi1RNING PROPERTIESj.. ~V Tg fn ASS NO + PAMPHI ET 7Q VI Mu .• . Beitrage,.' manuscript-to be published, 13+ p• (1979) (in English)' heat and thermal diffusivity of various kinds of tobacco shreds, The values of effective thermal conductivity* specific which are necessary for the solution of heat transfer problems f a smoldering cigarette, were determined.
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~ UnB 3 502 7 2 S S a 0 .~ '~ (1969) •':~1:Qd StQtE$ fi:aPi.. Of H"lttl, Edi3Cttt+UA I _n3 4dclYare, National Ine.titute of Hes+lth, Na•.ion:,l Ca:.cer Innitute STUDIES ON PESTICIDES Car.greasi.ona.t Record - Senate, (May 1, 1969) r o.~oo~.o i 7.aoz~:1 ~. . - -- . - - :* --W-r-~+rr~, .
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.....~_ ~ ~ .~t,... a 50272 5834 ~(FD 048) JOURML OF DOCU`n1]•yTATIdN 39(1). pp. 12-20, _ f. (ld,arch 1978). RI Me2 78 S.P. W-/+e, --7 P r . .... . . ~~r~ ~ '' r ILuS 1l~~Gtl. LiruilrA, Il~trrom t:, 11CYllURN AFItI c. urt'rc:ura+t t• Crrarc fir It fwnntion Sticmc, 7 lrc City Uuircrsity Wnrk it dcscrilxd m patttitt citation ncw++rks, a iiovd tcchniqix fnr diow pl.tvin, the ht.ts+rv oftc.linulre gical subjcctc and thcir lc)' tumiii, pr+ir.ts. Tlk nxtluwl .u•curatcl?• ida•tuili.•s th-A-cy patrnts in a wl jcct ficld, and if a subJ:•ct • da•s mit havc a ikfinitc startinl; lx+int, thi% is rrAcctcd in the I•atrnt nctwnrk. tinic noahl+car Tbw nctwot kt arc Icss satid.ictory if ehc kcy hatrtu uK+k a iong in ptitrt. Suljrrts studit•d .ccrc: s.uti-syuthctic pcnicillun, sut'.t-L 'Lirclcr-N.nta rat.~lyti., and huv.r:rafi. 1'uca ~ c tws ~H thc tcthui+pw•a~c cx.~minrJ. 0 5 0 0 ~ 0 I ~S 9 6 I
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Aasrpucr The surface properties of the spray liquid/solid combination are among the moet important factors controlling the retention of spray liquids on solid surfaeea. Tbe eff eet of these properties on the retention of pesticide sprays has been examined by s study of tbe s:iding of drops of .ratcr and solutions of surfaetanta on wax and eeUuloee acetate surfaces. 11 A tbcory, supported by experimen'ta1 results, has been evolved to explain the movs- nocnt of drups in tcrme of the size of the drop, the angle of tilt of the surface, the :ur/liquid surface tcnsion, and the advancing and receding contact angles. This theory l.s:. been Jevv;oped to predict tlre.•olume of rpray liquid tbat will be retained on a eolid burfuce. The retcntions found in practice agree well with the theoretical 0 5 0- 0 '0 0. .1. 7 6..,0 ,3
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50272 5848 :_ . sTUmst trr ~=~xszourcx,tv, rmceo. ,r4r#--4m. Gup ta, U. S. STUDIES XN TN8 PH7lSI0LOGY OF TOBACCO. Z.•IV. J. Scl. Rea. BaraYas Hindu Urnlv.112 (No. 1) 1•15 (1461•62)
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5oZ72 5826 ~ . MNHHC7EPCIBO HA 3E1,1FREIIIIETO H XPAHHTrAHATA flPOal{ImJ(EHOCT PACTBHMEBbAHH HAYKN, TOR. XUI, I* 3 f Cofrs . 1976. Sofia ' ~ ~ .~.A }'07 .t~ 0"-41* ~•- a/& ~ IIPOYqBAHI4Si. B'bPXY IIOJIYqABAHETO :: •:.HA ETEPHLIHO MACIIO OT CAJ1BLiSi CK•lIAPESf . _ B b'6JICAPHSI PARIIO L(BETKOB, AHACTACNA BAIII(tIOUA-L([3C:TKOHA ._ ::.. ... .., . . . . . - ItxcraryT no wcnoAal{aara pou, eTraayHom3cno,qaAnNre w necalxreeeN .y,rrypK •- KaiaRn" - . •.,~ ~• . . .. . . . • r . . , .-, . ' . .' y .3. • . . ETCpIINHOTO MaCJTO OT CaJiBl1A CKIIapCA CC AOGHBa C,q11HCT8CHO OT CbliBtTHATa. C~bG11a Ta 11C Cbltbp:KaT CTepNYHOm~ aC1I0, a B l111CT8Ta TO C OT 1,01-0,02 [1, 6] g~) 00,~' Q~~ [51 Il%i~ IIt'~1/131%H M11r1IC II IiNll CbX~Y,IHAB:IHC Gbp30 CC OC~tOIABa[1j. lJI~O~'iIYC TBOTO {t KA'ICCTDOTO !Ia CfCpfIyHOTO. 1111C.7t1 a !lII7l-IOA1ts13 CTGl1ZH 31• '$HCIIT OT 411'31T1 Ila,pt13811T{1C Ila CLItIICT{lAT3. B Ha4:!•'iOTO H,1 1(brifTs'fc1 •~9 . PLANT SCIENCE, YOL. XR1, No. S
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50272 5843 Translat ion ~STU DI~..6i+~ TNN -FIiYS2CAL PROPERTYE~ AIr'U o KILTFcATION OF"CIGARETTE Sm0n.. V. TH9 EFFECT QV, PARTICLE 9IPE OF FILTgATIOti Okada, Takashi "- EFFICIENCY STUDIES OF TUE PHYSIC1IL PROPERTIES AND FILTR'1TION OF CIG.ARETTE S+'i0KE. V. Ti'.E EF; L~CT 0? PARTICLE SIZE OF FILTLtATION EFFICIENCY, by Takashi Okada, and Shigeji Koahi Nippon Senbai Kosha Chuo Kenkyuaho tiokoku 1966 (No. 108) 197-200 (1956) - English Translation from the Original 0 f< . U.~ 0 0 ~.Q 1 7.b QS . t
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BI IEMiCAL SOCIETY TRANSA ~ ONg , 50272 5810 , ~. ~ SHARAT D. GANGOLLI, WILLIAM H. SHILLING, PAUL GRASSO - IAN R GAU NT II S.CoAlP~ -78 T1Ire British Industrial Iliologica/ Research AssociatTon, Carshalton, Surrey Coumarin, a flavouring material, occurs naturally in many plants including the tonl:s bean, dates and a variety of fruits. Toxicity studics on this compound showcd that coumarin was hcpatotoxic ia a number of spccies of animals, including the rat and do; (Hazkton cl a1.,1956; Hagan et aL,1967; Bar & Griepcntrog, 1967), and that there was considerable diA'crcnce in species sensitivity. As a consequence the use of eoumarin as a food additive has been discontinued. How-evcr, it is becoming increasingly recognized that in the cxtrapolation of animal toxicity data in terms of human hazard, account must be taken of the metabolism of the compound in the test species and in man. Kaighcn & Williams (1961) showed (Table 1) that the rabbit excreted in the urine about SMS4DS, U.11G Table 1. Metabolites of coumarin in the rat, rabbit and nran as a percentage of dose administered Rabbit Rat Man (Kaighen & Williams, 1961) (Shilling ct al., 1969) Metabolites in urine 80.3-92.4 47.0-60.5 90-97 Metabolites in faeces 0.2- 0.7 32.4-38.3 Main metabolites in urine ~Hy~ozVpun~,rinx 10.0-16 0.3- 0.S 68-92 H~ roxycoumarin 18.1-23.4 1.7- 1.8 o-Hydroxyphcuyiacetic acid 18:1-22.1 12.3-27.2 1-6
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50272 5847 4 PtiYSLCAL V R0YE3 x~ES QF S(?Ii ; ~ , ~ . ~ Ha3 }~~ F:~B~1'~144 GQ~11',I83TI,U~t. T0: TI~3k T~iFARX 0F -CAPiLL~ RiZY (1967 HL.~np`''~~.~ .;.` w ' . :. .._. _ T,G, iU~ 'j0 ~~.~-.. . 0
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TOBACCO-••S4OKING--NICOTINE/ TogACCO--RESE,ASClI-=CANADA/ 70 Y Ts . . ~ _ . ~_ . _ --3 _ } , S RJRCI.AS N0. p : AMPHLET 79 X La ' . 3 b J k Ro pxson, . C. ; Ric ert, W. S. ,ft('Labstat Incorporatcd, Smoking And Healt'r Program, Uitchener, Ontario) ; STttDIBS ON -111E ?~Dt~TfI `LSftt:' lIC]C15!'~I_~ Labstat Inc., Smoking And Health Program, (Robinson, J. C. S Rickert, IW. S.) Kitchener, Ont. 1979, lp. (June 21V 1979)-ia English. ;'Video -recordings-~weie made during 100 sessions where subjects ! ~smoked their own brand and aIow nicotine brand. A number of toro- hical corponents of smoking were quantified from the i vdeo-recor ra i p g ;dings and correlated with mouth level exposures based on nicotine retained by discarded cigarette butts, and cigarette filter ef=icier. =cies. Other subjects were followed for a ten week period during Nwhich each subject s:aoked his usual brand for weeks one and ten, a substitute cigarette si:nilar in nicotine delivery during weeks two and nine and a low nicotine delivery cigarette during weeks three to eight. The average daily rio•sth level exposure was determined for Ic111ch peiroc]# _.. _..~__ .L- ' .V~.r....~ ~ _ . . . ".. ..y •.
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Richard I. Pollack U.~Sa.- Environmental Protection Agency ¢~ National Environmental Research Center Lawrence Livermore Laboratory Office of Research and Development University of California Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 Livermore, California 94550 Program Element No . 1AA009 January 1975
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} : # NICOTINE--METABOLISM/ ~ fi€L9M U. Nara Med. Ass.j 3f, 212-217. i990 8#~ exlt~ 8 #~ 81 X Na ~i~ ~ TostutcArsv NAKASHIhiA, YASUMASA NAKANISHI, Youzo TANAKA and YUTAXA KUROGOCHI Department oj Pharmacolosy, Nura Medical Lleiwrsity - Received April 26. 1980 Summary: The present work was undertaken to investigate the effects of in vivo pretreatment of animals with 0. 936 saline oz nicotine on the activities of hepatic metabolizing enzymes in male 7-week-old ddY mice and Wistar rats, adult Hartley guinea-pigs, Japanese- White rabbits and mongrel dogs. AU animals were injected i. p. 5 times a day at intervals of 2 hours for 10 days in doses for mouse, rat, guinea-pig, rabbit and dog of 10. 2. 2, 0. 5 and 0.1 mt/kg body weight, respectively. The results were as follows : ~~'J o 0 n 0 i 7 58 8 . . . 2 , . ~. .
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Yranulation -,kWfi„wI;S pAj T#3S PHYSICAL. PRGPER2IES Ge, TOBACCO 3MUK.B. Ih:, DI3TBIBilTIOM_ ON4_ PB4D1iCTI0~i Qy :w~'Lla8,.~1ND TAB.ZilAFM IIt~-T!#ILMAIH GIJiZ$Fk,'~lT..,,%oK,&: Okada, Takash! STUDIES UIi THE PIipSIC.AL. PROPER'TIH3 OF TOBtlCCO S?:CnE. II. DIS1:tIBUTIO3 AND n. ODirCTION OP WATER M} TARRT KVMM IS 1'tiB F IAIN Ci3RREU'T SZb311 1,n YfIS 5L"i"T, by Ok,*da, Taka ahi and Yaauko Shit.ayaaa. Nippon Senbat Koaha Chuo Kenkyueho Reakpu Hokoku 1g~4 (;io.106) 157-62 (1964) - Englinh transl~itioci fram the ,Faganase.
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502?2 5853 I I M3gU!?I8S : 04 FOLONIM-2M ID, CI6ARETTL SMAY,&• AND IX ~+QAG1N8 'QP'•-WM8k IMOXERS Fe Frarri, E. S. STUDIES ON POLONIUM-210 IN CLC~'~x`TB Mt4XE r .y E. S. Perzi AND ORGANS OF HU.'KtlPi SZS4IG":p and E. J. Baratta (U, o. uegt.. Health, Educ., and SleliarQ, Pr: -'-. aQalth Scrv., Nerthesstetu 9_dtc,? :•bi.;ai Health Lab. ) Pubi. Health RePts. 31 (No. 2) 121-7 (19b5) _ . .,..,.,.,.~~ 7 b ...,.....-.-. 5
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50272 5857 I + Rn ~ • ~ 407 ~ ~ ~ ; 1975 s.. ; CANCER--SEX DIFFRWM~/SEX--BTATISTICS/ SMOKING HABITS--WONEN/S240KING HABITS--KWHEART--DISEASES/ Robert IDL Retherford I . . t MORTALITY ~ : ; INTERNATIONAL POPULATION AND URBAN RESEARCH UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA. BERKELEY ® GREENWOOD PRESS ...r. t..~,.n.~ ......~, a..... !/"i !e,' ~=~ i Clh '0,50t 0n 4 i 76'1 9 , jhe CI[ANGING SEX DIFFERENTIAL in
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50272 5842 II =UDiES QN- TIM P}ICITOSENSITIZED-- DEGEADATIpv Ko2 Part 1. Volatite Carbonvl (1969) Compounds Produced by Photosensitized De;radatio:~ Kobrsyechi, hab,oru of Ariino ComPounds STUDIES ON ''aIF. Pk:a'I'OSF.PbSI"i'I1?D D?G~~.DATIQN UF Mt'•D CO:TScLIi---Mr3 Part l. Carbooyi CcQr,ow±ds Produc.ad by Ph*rc?psneiti-sed DZ-gr$?atir,z' cg rs.^:Zno :w.utruuzstita, iv~/ .~svL'1'4 ttt»tlf«fic~L~ tiX:C~:: InaAl tszad Sutwil,ua xoSay4ahi Sour. Adr. Chea. Soc. ,saPan .43 257--63 (10969) 0
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s VII Re6-77 S.P. Thurm, V. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII Re6-77 s.p, *(no aff il.)* STUDIES ON PF.STICIDL `~- RESIDttEU41t f0871Cw P1t0WC!`$4 - -- •tONAqff .M'Wf AND DIELDRIN FROIYI TOBACCO PRODUCTS INTO Nahrung 21 (No. 4) 335-38 (1977) (in German *Keywords:* dieldrin, smoke, constituent; DDT, smoke, constituent; with English abstract) DDT, tobacco, additive; dieldrin, tobacco, additive; ~ V. TaiRy: Studics`on pest-icide residucs on tobacco produet's. Part 11I: On; lbe passage ot DL'Tind ~ dieldrin from tobacco products into the smoke The author presents results from expcrimental studies on the pyrolysis of chlorinated insecticides during the smoking of cigarettes containing pesticide residues. i In case of contamination with io p.p.m. DDT and io p.p.m. dieldrin, i3.S°,:4f the DDT and 22.5% the major portion of the chlorinated insecticides ed into the smoke assed unchan dieldrin ot th , g p e ~ passing into the smoke in the form of decomposition products. The results obtained show that, since contaminations of more than r p.p.m. occur frequently in i practice, heavy smokers may absorb amounts of chlorinated insecticide residues that are similar to amounts of pesticides absorbed from foods, which is considerable from the vieW point of food hygiene. - - - - - - • - - r - - - - -- -• -' Q"`S o Q n 0 t- 7 5 50272 5839 .
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DEATfi CAUSESf VITAL STATISTICS/MORTALITY--U.S./UWU&.:=;:FWULA'1''T0w•"3pt3j!iv RA MORTALITY PATTERNS H,H,iWinsborough 407 Pr IN 1976 NATIONAL POPULATIONS With special reference to - recorded causes of death SAMUEL H. PRESTON Centti jo. Studies in Denrogrophy and Ecologr Department ojSocioloqy Unirnsity oj Woshington Seattk. Washington ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London Jocana A St~6sldtary~ qf Horcoart Brott ich. Publishers I: _ -- ---~_~,~- ~~_:
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11 SMOKING HABITS-NICOTINE MOTIVATION/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOSY/ ` ..._._.. . _. .. _.___._ _. . _... .~.._ _. . . _ .~.... _ -.._.-_.. ...._ ~_ .. ._. . ._ ... . . . .._.... .. _ ._.,._..__ ...-.. ~ 77 X Fo > . I'.JR CLASS \•0. P1LTII1.1iT 77 X Fo ~ Forbcs, W. F. ; P,obinson, J. C. ; Ilatiley, J. A. ; Colburn, 11. li. ` (Univ. 1'nterlon, ncn. Statistics, Idaterloo, Ont., Csen.; New York ; St. Univ. Iluffa2o., Artherst, N. Y.; Can. Health !'elfara, Otta:aa, Ont., Can.) 6 - I , *Keywords:* nicotine, smoke, constituent. Int. Jour. Addict. 11 (;Jo. 6) 933-950 (1976) (in Fn;;lish TwYntyfour subjccts smoked tNO brands of filter-ti pped ciga. the amount of nicotine trapped in the 61ter or each cigarette rettes dclncring di(fcrcnt amounts of oirntine, on the folloaing ~ ;,moked 4-wcck schcdule Il: The results indicate a substantial variation in mouth-le.~cl I. Smoking thcir usu:~l brand for I w•eek, ( ~ exposure for the subjects studicd, even among smokers of ciFa- I'v r similar ansounts of nicotine when smoked on 2. Smoking another brand simil ' h r e d : r e a m sne, but dchsvnna krss rettes t t i nicotinc, for 2 wecks. a machine under standard conditions. For the majority of 3. Revcrtiny to their usual brand for I w•ceke j I subjeets, howevef. ehanging to a lower nicotine eigarette reduced The amount nf nicotinc entcring the niouth, dc6ned as tha f the total daily mouth-Icvet ex{wsure to nieotine and. therefore. presumably the lotal wr intake. mouth•Ic.el evpncurr was estimatcJ from a det i i ~ erm nat on _ of 0 5 _ (1 _' 4 , .......~_. , V,
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50272 5859 1 .~...,,_.~ xx ;4F..kQWUL&BT To -;:_FROM _SiFAWWW*. part 2. ,kiethods of Preparation (1970) of Yeast from Seaweed. TcraL, acu. YL?ao STUDIES ON THE PRODUCTION OP F4CD Y2.>4i Fl:via S..fi~cZD. a'a.*_r 2. rfcccr.QS ot ?.raoaration oi Yc+sast fPm Seawaed, by °ukto Tomiyasu and Buhei 2enitaai 3oar, k1ric. Chm. Soc. Jap. 23 479-83 (1nS1-52) 0 5 0 ~ (l t~
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; . ~- : ...- ,.,.~..- .. ... .., . ..k: - -: .. . ~ ..;. .. -.._-..-_.. ~i,+.:...,... , .-_..._._......-- p '-Journal of Ja aj~ iety of Air Pol lution "fis-4~t ~~orS . - ~•v;r.. c CI1M1, . . S. P.9.. W^g iA 11tbM>• .ra t4~ w pMM.W iacyatem o~ Ylirro`an diaoc UI Re -81 - ..... :..-r:-a......-~.+e.rnr~.~a,:.+w~.•,.~~...r.s.,~ ....~~......,a.+,....<w-.-.....w+..~~.,, ~.. .71.+•....fi..`"..1-K! ~ .. . .. ... ..~ t:.~.c.au~..t'•rl"F°.1'°:....:.~.y.y~. ~.,..~...r.. ~.F.,~...•.,,~5~.....y..~,•. . . . .. .~i _ . . 61 18 es:•It tu *X•_ It X a . ' HlrwtJ NITTA, Y.wdtiku YOICOYAMA, Kunihiko MIURA •dSTRAQT Aa attanpt w.r made a deterwine Itie 6ckwa iuNunwinr p.~nonsl exposw+e kveb of N% ftor houiewivo . NOS .ras pamued ritr .e.ll p.aive a.mpiw aw.udniug trinhanolaiaiae, and t.a+pkrs Mrae at for 24 h otbaa arq b two Itarom, winter .nd .wnaxr. bun u duee poinq, ~r ~ r of rolwiltesn (pLtsaU.l expp.ure k,rel). we.r TAe TV In livis~ 0 5 ~, ci0eo~t~Cl~.aa ~..% a ~Atl~.~s ~d„oda«,"d). --- t . raw....
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50272 5827 III STUDIES" 02!` l~Oi~-A.t2UEO1)3 TITRIMETAY EY. CARBOXXLIC Yol ACI31S" (ESTIMATS OF CARBON MONOXIDE 114 DMF eY• (1970) a*"' SiYFIlC CONO}iCTIMETRFC TITRIMETKY AhD ESTI?•tATES ~1S ,3&,CE1w" RXISTP.MB WITH SULFUROUS GAS AND• HYDROGE.Y Yochhzera, Cl:oz-o ~ .;SULFIDE) STtIJFI:S C:1 IcC2l -..Q:,F.GLS T'tTRi~t~fi:i2 Y~t~fi:i2Y BY ('...'_i'~3UYZI:IC ACIDS (: ST?F•S.W!: OF .^.. MuN TN 2:.:: '.:Y' F::'bt•, :~s.':;;:uETaY ANT) EST7Z?TE5 4S TO M- i.S7l.iMtLL V:ITIZ ;7w'arb'~~ i v;7 Lii{.s a.,1~1A H _Rn~i:.-.nt~:i: i by ChozA 1logi.ehs Hasa ~:.a:I Kuc.'ohVto ..;.Y. 9:6•, f.~ _. 0~ 0 0~1 0 1 7 a 8 9
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50272 5864 Paynq,, Stsntoy L. THZ AitT OP ASKING QUESTIONS (Studies in Public Opiuiau 3) lA3 1951 249 Pnges Princeton UAive:~*ity Press Princeton, Ncv Jer3oy P~ct- tc• ? 6 2 b 0 5 Cl 0 0 0
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Jour. Agric. Res. China 27(3) 223-27 (Sept.78) XX MeCi 0-80 n~~it~l~ _--- S. P. ~. by Ruey-Song Lin Summary Scanning electronic microsopy showed that Ethrel treatment and 2, 4-D treatment induced the enlargement of cortex cell of the hypocotyl section. - It is suggested that mung bean sprout treated with 10 ppm of Ethrel should be val- uable in the commercial production of mumg bean sprouts, proccided that residue would not be a problem for human health. mung bean sprouts. A study for promoting quality and yield mung bean sprout cultivation with the e ceellent plant hormone. Morphological observation showed that the hook of mung bean sprouts is the key to identifying of treatments. It is showed that the key is the method of biological test. Protein analysis showed that Ethrel and 2,4-D treatments increased the cotent of
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~~. S?tfbIRS. -OR PROTE21t IG7JUi0i.ISkt JN; HIQE$ : -PLANTB 'S : Ia..P . Y.as+aahims, Nobwz.aro STiIDIES ON PIt4TE72t MF:TAB4LISM IN AIGHER PLANTS. III. CEANGRS IN THE SQLUBLB PROTEIN CON`~f'Ut2E2+TS WITH LEAP GR0:3TH, by tdobtmaro Kawrchim, P.rako I=i and Binosuka Taaaki. Plant Co11 Phpsiol. (Tokyo) 8, 447-458 (1967)
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DULLE77N DE L'ACADEMIE POLONAISE DES SCIENCES Sbris des sciences bioloSiq.es a. Il. Vol. XXVIII, No. 1-2, 1990 Prblit ee _sepumbri 1980 ,. . • ~ c ~ r _ w, , ~y,,,.. s. . ~ ~.~~~~~'~l~0,1 ~ Mil ~ k .vitb OW C46ntibud6m }/J Rttsr81 .$:~• by I. KISZA and P. PRZYBYLOWSKI rrrieurnd by S. POZNAIVSICI os Jxly 22, 1979 S.ra.ary. The possibility of N-nitroeamine synthesis in milk with the participation of an Fscberickia coil strain was examined. In milk samples with an addition of NaNO, in the amount of 0.03-020 per eent, after 12. 24, 48 and 72 hours of incubation at 37 C the presence of compound with physico-chemical properties similar to those of N-nitrosamines was established. The objective of this experiment was -to study the possibility of N-nitro- s samines formation by a strain of E. coli considering such conditions of synthesis that can exist in milk containing nitrates and contaminated micro- flora spoiling dairy products. $ 5 ~ 0 tt 0 ~ 7 6 2 0
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• . STFRILITY--PSYCIiOLOGICAL ASPECTS/~'(ENTAL tiFALTH/ 50272 585S PiF.NTAL DISnP,DE2S/STRESS/ALCOtIOLIS`UARUG ARUSE/ - - TORACCO--S,NtOKING--PSYCitOLOCY/TOi3ACC0--SttOKIN(;--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ SMOKING ANI) HEALTN/ RC Psychopathology 455 ~ 1979 and Subfecundty ogychopathoiogy is a common cause of impotenr ' spermstogenic faiiure, anovuiation, spontaneous abc tion, and many other reproductive disorders. It is 815 highly prevalent in many parts of the worid: in tt United States psychopathology is the nation i prirtwr public health problem. OjrytNopatholoyy and Sublecundity examines disc JOSEPH A. McFALLS, JR. der• such as neurosis. psychophy=ioiogic disorder POPULATION STUDIES CENTER sVeM psychO60!. f'on'osexuality, ateoholism, cigaret- UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA amoklnQM and illicit drug abuse and determines tr ,•PHfLADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA .bitity of each to cause coital inability. concspr , 1 ` faiiure, and pregnancy ioss. 7he quantitatrv! ~mpact each form of psychopathology on both individual ar population fecundity is estimated. This Is an Important book for a wide range of proft sionals including demographers, sociologists, ptycha piste, psychiatrists. sexoloyists, public health spe•. ists, and researchers in human reproductioa O ~ O A ()AC EMIC f~lES~j Nfw l?rk San Francisco London ~~ i~w~i~ ~ asidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers
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50272 5837 -~.r.-~w.,~w. .yea+h~E -74 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VII Re6-74 s.p. ~VII R e C 6 . ,. . Thurm, V.; Fensterer, *(no affil.)* STi~D~E~ ~S'TSCT3~'3C~~STI~l~"`A!R"'!'0~!!A~!!s'FlIOD~CfSr'~` PART U=.&i:THEjk,. ; ~ *(Untersuchungen uber Pestizidruckstande auf Tabakwaren 1. Mitt. ~ Zum Gehalt unserer Tabakerzeugnisse an chlorierten Kohlenaasserstoffen.)* s Nahrung 16 (ao. 4) 343-58 (1972) (in German with English summary) t *Keywords:* DDT, tobacco, additive; ~ DDE, tobacco, additive; BHo, tobacco, additive; thiodan, tobacco, additive; methoxychlor, tobacco, additive; , endrin, tobacco, additive. *1974, No. 2, W 654* *d* Tobacco agriculture 0 y 0 A tl 0{ 7 5 9 9
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Yo Ww~~MdIRS Q8_QUABi'FITi4TIVE CHJkGES_- OF .FKK4. i (1969) .Yoahida, MasaCEugu STUDIES ON QUANTITATIVE CHAAIGES OF FREE SU:',ARS IN TAHARI SOY SAL'CE PRF•WZPIC, by M93$t 3'-'^vu Yoetiltd8, Tekwo Ta.Lcr+tlrhi and 2iisao Yuahii. Hakko Kogaku Zaeshi 4ti (No. 4) 171-6 (1966)
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50272 5833 III nu -I Y .. . ~.,~. 79 TECHINCAL REPORT DATA lArw r.d fapwnu. os N4 ir.(nr :rlon aamartbyl H. Mestberg, E. Robinson, D. Elias, and K. Allvine . Ie/1FOnY1NO O/10AN/2ATION NAW AwO AOO" Air Resources Section Chee+ical Engineering Department Washington State University Pulloan. Kashinp,ton 99164 la, MONfOMwO AO(wCr NAW ANO AOOltafa Environoental Sciences Research Laboratory - RTP, HC Office of Research and Oevelopaent U.S. Environmcntal Protection Agency Research Triari2Le Park. ~C_ 27711 e. sw.LaYfNTAnr woTea ~eC1I/LwT•f ACC[S.IGN~A ~-~r1I 6 ~erowT o.re June 1577 nw.o111r1w3 owGAA11AT1ON COOe r nA10/1wnw0 OA•OAwiZAt/0M w[MeT ~O, f Ayel .uw w . IAA603 AJ-GS (FY-77) . A T(.rT.N . 69-02-2239 - 13TYPe 0/ R(PORTA»DIf0#00COVt.fO i:,a 1L erOw1O A1 wd .G t tiCr COOe EF.R/6C0/09 0 0 Relationships between ambient air quality and sea breeze co:.ditiois in southern Yex Englatd ara exaained. In the Boston area, sea brce:e coaditior.s rera obsetved on approximately 25• of the days of the study (July-Aujst 1975). The sea breeze effect can either moderate or enFance the pollution levels in the Boston area. However, the most coemon course for the sea broeze is to have a cleansing effect. Therefore, ozone levels are generally lower diring sea brease'coAditions. 2n the Groton area of Connecticut, a well-developed sea bree:e effect was observed almost daily. High ozone concentrations usually coincideL with a sea breeze effect. Measurements froa aircraft over Long Island and the Atlantic oso. o0, o1 7 s.99 t )•
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_ 1~ 5 0 2 7 2 5797~R ~' ~~ _ s...-, a: ~.- • . ,. r._ „ ~`+. r~ •VOi'N" i -;v ~ ~ - r ` ~ . tP ~ ~:a~x ~ '~ u ~!~- ~~s•/~ f '' ~, i' ' +7'""~. _ ~ . a y is .. .rma~! s~3 .Mi crof i lm _~~~,}~-~xoti 'tNo. 115 ' Pam mutle . ETU= SLZ U umItESMCE Dli 3,4•RIMPYREM. ET ROLYCYCI.ES P-R`c,K4TIQtY"'.S ApPmarl.ESs. IIN SOLU'rLXVt A 8ASSE TE~.mMAT.~'•E. (St;xdiQa on the. f.=Ssesccace of 3*QwEeu"pyren3 and Its1aL-ed po:.ycyvl:a iigi=carbor.s an Solution at i,o;t ic~aOra:,sru. ) Mierofi3m gramE L%iivertita dG Pari;, Fr.cu2tP cI-a SCfeMC2a, Ph.A„ 7hcF1s 217 pp. Nw. 1962
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CASES--ABSORPTION & ADSnRPTION/CARBON, ACTIVATF.D/ 78 III Ur Nippon Kagaku Kaishi volume 2, pages 303-9, 1978 ~PITROG OXTDATION ADSORPTION OF EN MONOXIDE ON'ACTIVr.TED CARBON*. • * This is No. 2 of-the series 0;500ti.017s 6 3 9 • 4
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~ II &Ti11~E~-~' 1'IiB RE6Uf AI'Itk~~ dF SBRILK: cNALESTESUi.; ~ 11;010 The Ef fects of Corn Oi1, Ethyl St t H eara e, ydrogenated Soybean Oil, and Nicotinic (1968) Acid When Added to a Very Low-fat Basal Diet Horlick, Louis STUDIES ON THE REGULATION OF SERW:-C1i0LESTEF,OL LEVELS IN MM., The Eftacta of CQrs Oil, Eshyl Str.arato, Hydcogcmated So-jbgaa Oil, a+ad Nicotini : ALfd When Addad to a Very Lcw-fat E:se1 Diet Lab. Invest. 8 (ito. 3) 723-735 (1959)
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A XXI = SgtN?IP•S. OK WODUCfION OF D-FBi1CTOS& FRQM Ue 'D..SOBBITOL BY FE1tMLNTATION. _PASt II. (1970) ISOj.ATIOY .OF^FRUCTDS9-PRUDUCING- BACTERIA. ,., Ueda, Ki.qomoto STUDIES ON PF.ODUCTXOH OF D--VRUCTOSE F1t0.'4 D-SflRBITOL BT s`''MEMiA'*I4N. MT II. !SQ?JsTlnN OF I'RUMGSE-PRITT;L'OYPG :..ACTEP,T.A, 7. 11J -_ . _ ~ R ~ \ _ • .. ji ..ay.~+ww v~u. S~.irwstl iu~eelclf Eszdi ._ n~nori Ori~uc~i na.kko Kogtku Zaaahi S (No. 6) !41•-. (1967) O
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50272 5854 ~... -- _. _ _..:.,._. _.... --.a..~t~ --- S.P. ;~ - ~-e /~aa-g C / 5s. j ' 80 I I P0 I ~ ~ ' ~4 .t. ' lT4ts 6}ot" contains t!Mulla dl resNrch wtth popeora *town on osqan~c .ells I feWh !'lorlda. 3be wocl[ waa eoadticted !ri eooperation with the Central Popcor CompanT of Echellet. iowa, wbo inrnlabed 6aed and detertNn.d expan~~~n ratla. Tbls pape t was reW b.foro !bo Crepe Dt.tslen of the A..oclallon of soutbc, a Aqricu: fwral Worhera on tobtwr! 7. 1M at Allasla. Ceorqia. The 1936 data wero add¢. sobsequeatlT.) To date, the research on popcorn in the Everglades area has consislcc chiefly of scrcening released and experimental hybrids. Tests werc bcgur. In 1932 and are continuing. Poor yielding and disease susceptible varieties are discarded each year and are replaced by other varieties. The test3 have had the following characteristics in the various years: 1lit 1M 1! !4 19S! 1f3t; 1lraebet of Tarielie. ....... r „„.... Dale of Planting ....... „............ ........„ .. „. _ ~if 1-b-37 _ !1 2-1-34 1-li-S ! li -S! i0-S{ 1- Dales et !lastnt ................„---------- -------- ... {-16-b! l;-alt-if 5-f1-ss H-S! 6-7-5{ to to to 7-i-ft {-9-Si 1-20-1iS - Mfdth between rows. feet .. ._.._„ „. „ 3 > ! ! 7 DsUI 8 acie~- Plants/HLl .... ........... _.... popula:Sonr planls/Aero .. „_ ._...._.... 1!.lU 1..520 14.1120 1,.320 1..5:. 11ow 1.en4th, reet ......„ ...................... _....... it! 39 30 40 9! • ~ ! 1 Rewa per Plot ............. ..............„. .......„ . 3 Karrested Ataa. Row. ......_...._.......__ 1 t4 t. 1 1 Replieations. Mnmber ................................ 4 4 Depi9n,.~land4mizq! C~piete oeh Zt.C.3. L iln 1t.C.f. R.C.D. 1t.C.s. o VICTOR E. GREEfE JR. and EMMETT D. HARRIS.I JR.•
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50272 5870 ~ 469 ~ F bya ~a.U4ttto oi" JiLID.:'S (Q, i}iv?.sic•n cmi r:o: ~.} ... uer.,z. o? iUorida S'ut-t•s L"ir3vervitp: I 0~ 0 Q n A i 7 63 ~- ~
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~ • ~ ti ~!` J .i{Sr~~- "f+~~+~4{ T~ +~IN9~~'. ~ y a , d L 9 1 TTTr]tray Tatmg pnsr nRa/fTranW o7.%~~X 6q 'E 'Y axrd NOW sSIM do NoLLDf:(ICfSa AAS NO S'TTan.LS cTAPx `nst+d-;Woy (696T) Z i:02i3 :LSh3R ,30 NOi1.3!IUt)U"T Ti, Vt~ ',IMtfl.i.r. ot a v U U 5 0 Z98S ZLZOS
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uu!~ r, c•9SS I'1 t .. . tt t ~ : r z InT-7 £ r !1 . . ~ ~~ " ~1.-. . `3Ua[ 1T: ::), '-'iS q 'J: :3u~n3;;s;:o~ 'aaoea ' 1'a(7~t~ pTi~Cd 1 r•~`~ ~r i y-r3 ~3t:J::~F]SUOJ 'a•:~:rt; '!t)T!~ :nj-7` CZ :3u~naTast:o~ ':. ,atus '-r ~y;o t-j '. r.r~ [~Cd 'a:1o..•ti ':,ucpT:zAd :3u~n,;3stl.+a 'a ,oc:; 'ncr~o~Tu Y: ;p.toa.C~:[~ (t{sTi2tr., ttc) (£Lb[) •cI 97 `£[(~ •~;~a.za;:+co~r, •zaTag A'-Jii V - S.iki112.LLLsttiOJ 'salita .~Xlalii.lL: ~Q.GISs1~i~Mfl2li~d ilN.iF1d6~AilitS (•s •(1 `•cp 'st:a:{lV '•3tcap •S •~; `.tanLyt~oltl~S ! •d. •p • ,.(I.totip £L .L~''[![d,fJd 'U:; SS~"IJ `ifH -d' ~~ 7LZ £ c ~,..•.:Ua_ •:V:` :0.L/5U [JV ti:: -- /; [5 . . .~... /~.i•J.UIU....l 5 tr N d N ' ~ \
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50272 5886 ,MDrrS GN A. SILhj90tH PGiSES. EMANATING FRO)t _Tt-MACC4 Pb/hNT'&Y Tsujita, Mitsuo STUDIES ON A SILK'dGRM POISON EMANATING FROM TOBACCO PLAidTS, by i•iitsuo Tsujita, Saburo Nawa, and Bungo SakaPuchi (National Institute of Genetics, Japan) Photostat from: Proc. of the Japan Academy (Tokyo) 35 (No. 4) 180-85 (April, 1959) 0 5 0 0 0 0 17 6 4 S :_.,...~
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Tanaka, Teruo • STUDIES Oa SENSOKY EVALUATION OF SOY SAUCE. Pt. IX-Construction of Odor Pattern on the Odor Jt:dbement. Pt. X-P,elati.cn i:etween Odor Yatterns nnd Chezica.L Factors, by Teruo Tanaka and Nobuo Saito Jour. Farm. Tech. 47 (No. 12) 772-789 (1969) i
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t-,;STM3U Q& SSOi3~E..EYALUATIO~i OF SQY. SAUCE. a'' Taraka, Tertio ST'dDIES ON SFt7SQ!?Y SVAZUATION OF SOY SAUCB. Fext VIII. Accuracy of }3rsnd .7udEe-.acnt by the SQ«sorium., by Tcruo Tansks, Nobuo Snit.o, Akihiro Soaabe and Tamotsu Yokoteuka Jour. of yeaanent. Technol. 47 (?to. 4) 244-248 (1S59)
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RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 IX.01 Olshavsky, R. W.; Summers, J. 0. (Indiana Univ., Grad. Sch. Bus., Bloomington, Ind., U. S.) AE< STtii)yr OUTHfE` ROLW OP BEL1Ei+r ANND-' IIiTEMOKS IN CONSIS?ENCY, WSTCk#k#I€'' Jour. Consws. Res. 1, 63-70 (1974) (in English) l o s o 0 0 o 1 7 6 4 2
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(096T) 6SS'I-S4SZ '5 •Y3g LtTVp •xnor 'g Aq dSQ(yn.T9H `JIQIlivelTJ 'JYt:OSY~?I~`T(1 A~ .cii'J`IAc~ills ,t:JY1l:M-7PITiYI yt0lu ao iyacmu siu ro saxcnss •g •g •A-4vsaxnsv3i (896T) ~z9I!13°b'~~~ 'iE MVA*-W ~ = Ott~~1 XX. 9L6S ZLZOS
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.,.!5 4 .--. . . f. ~+..,,.•....... -.. z s 9 1 1 0 0 0 0 s 0 ~jXO~ =%~ it 1Cv~IFi `j 9rt C1St.iT Fun ~a a „ 1 :%:n cFroi {t~7 -S ~'t ~ L'YOI T JI~i.~1~ti.U Cil4 ~ LL•f'Zi: 1~:. a7.1! ~ Y•Q'I1i 'y ~at~~rS °~~;3noaS Xxx- ~~~~~~~~~~N~ ,7 .•..~~- ..; . oses zczos
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- -- - s., - ~ A 50272 587, II .... - 8N: i~A~'ID. ~J'E'1'~PtI~IdA'll'~N O~'ACE'!`IC ACID llaAl -1N.. F$II;"-4'1"AD.. WH ,U)3PMlTIO# _CKl8MAT0C4tAW (1969) 4N. SZLII:IC'--ACZD- COE" Haysshida, Piasaaori STi1L'I8S ON RAPID DTsTERMINATION OF ACEnIC ACID IN FEF•AiSbITSD MASH (I) PARTITION CHRa`iATOGAAM 03 SIL7CIC ACID COLUMN, by MssBaori Haya$hida, Ryuzo Ueda and Shiro Taremoto Jonr. Fonmeatatioa Tocb. 47_ (Ao. 8) _ 491-5 (1959) V +n77..-- 0~ ~ Q ~ b 1 76 3 3, 1
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JOINT COMMITTEE ON AVIATION PATHOLOGY: XVI 11f ~e ~ W CaAcrL®XVh0nv®01cWn, : C®ncentragi®n and Teild C- ~~~ ~F LEO R. G0LD8AUM, TRISTEN ORELLANO, and ELtAS DERGAL . . Armed Forces Institute of Pathology and Department of Sur- g_e_ry, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C. 26306 GOLDBAUM, L. R., T. ORELLANO, and E. DERGAL. Studies on the relation betwren carboxyhernoslohin concrnrration and tos- icity. Aviat. Space A study V. as inni e oo-ilie e(recl` of T.P, ir}jFctioh of~00°a' CO ia dogs. Ah6ough elevalcd cunccntrations of COHb were icilYoscur_red. Inasuiuch as the combinatiou marily to 'interference with cellular respiration by its combination with cytochrome a3. 3 IS that study, anemic dogs were transfused aith CO-saturated red cells so that their COHb concentra- tion was greater than 50%. These., dngs showed no
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50272 5991 s! C a) C ~S ~~~ // 3-// r 7a `.~ onhr.'~ ,,~. ' seGt-4- - .t~c'~ z studies ->a-~ 1"'2 -~ I - sOf C rylvSt . ~` ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~ ~ .,Pro d Friedel and A. G. Sharkey, Jr R A . ~arn, . . f. S. ~ Bureau of Mines, US Department of the lnterior, Pittsburoh ~+~~• Research Center, < • Pittsbur9r• Pa•• USA 11 197 (R~Gi;,cd 15 March 0 5 0 0 0 Q 1"7 6 5 3
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50272 5874 j6 II Rei 78 I S.p. Rastenievud. Nauk. 13(9)1n5-11(1976) Iu.AVENOCR,PLttNTtNG$. ~ ti T ` ca nEefrZl a }. Q#Ri+t;AR13 1~W W4WW,.M;1MNFlMF ~Tf7Cbll`51 C~B~VI~~t~ l4~fD rFIARIlEST,,..~r St.(Tsacllev SE.ZIatev, D1.~V.eshev - ~-- Inslitute for th. UII•beariiK Ra+e, Gtherea'Oil Ptants and MeJlcafPlauh - Ka:anhuk i (Summary) . Row spacing of 9c) cm proved in the farm practice unsuitable for machine cul- livation of lavender plantings. lt results in a high cost of production. Reconstruction of established plantings was studied by remuvinR every se- cond eond row bv a FN-125 rotary tiller attached to a tractor of 1.4 class. Thus, laven- der tuf ts ;: e chopped and buried to a depth of 8-10 cm ana util izecl as a green manure. Roa• sparing of 1.8 m enables mechanizcd tillage and fluwer harvest. It contributes to :In improvecl nutrient and light regime of the plants, leading to favourable changes in their growth. In compari•on with the control (90 cm row I spacing) the plaitts of reconstructed plantings were durint; the periml of stully 3.4 , ( cm higher and the tuf ts had in direction to the intcrrow spacing 16.7 and in Ihc ! row 10.4 cm a lart; u~ cli• me1~ r. ,~ ~ Q QA~ttQ grc#~•tl~finclQle~•Aopbent of plants in reconstructed plantinbs favour- \; abl~ aff~cted the elenuvnt, of viphl. A tuft had on the averaee 316 more Ilnwrr. . . . --20 - ., 1 % s..
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50272 5888 11 a,`°.STU}= 4BLI Mwiwl-=TW-TM 2 , m .tYM tiIfiAKE'r'1'E_ SiriE3I{;W. Ir~rr,I~~`~dl~ ~ iSav7?~a .. S7i= TES.M-v22.4TL?R,; MIFY3 C?^~t`~.~xx P. St:4:MZ& tW 61on lwtaUtodt azd Fjell i,3uon3,utt. . Meva :?u$ fromt Ac:ti Ode4L. 3c:,zd. rb 6*7-99 (l9vU) s osaon o i 76 . .
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50272 5892 xx MaA 2 (1969) "r~S`£QDIliS ODi SOM.. iZSPORRAN-T.._FAMR3. tiiVOLYGDO OF Kasiluagan, Victoria A. STUDIES ON SOI-f`3 XWOaTr'1•1T FACTORS INVOLVED IN THE MOLD PP.OCas OF M,AKI?:G SOY SAUCE, by JicCoria A. i•Iasilunv~nu, Milsgroa A. Kan3os and Macario A. Pslo PhIiippina Jour. Sci. 89 (:Io. 2) 149-162 (1962) 7. 6 $
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50272 5893 Translation - STUDIES Oti STORAGS ANII AGING OP LRAF .~, TOBACCO PART. II. ARTIFICA.L. AGING OF BRIGHT, r 7E8LLOW TOBACCO USSI?, FOR SOURCE OF AB,tTMA,~ Nogucn+ , H. x ST(3*.%rES ON S'.'.'Om,^~B aND Af;Ir:G O:r T.o.F TOli1y+.CO PAn IE. :,'aZI'2C.~.I. .~Xt.G OF LRICtiT Ycui;;: iva~.Cs.c7 G5s,.0 FOc2 SQi;;,.CR vy .riF.L'?u1 irzu;.l.-atsan fxow `3lppon Sor.;nal KnHaa Chtcq Kenkynsho K€FSkyu k.„9 9-24 (Y907) 0 0500-t10~7655.,
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50272 588• ~ xx :,~EYALiflt"O16 4!F94sfF - Ta3 ~--~111C1i., X1~ Relations Betweeri `adbr'Parterns (1970) and Chemical Factors. ~ "Tanaka, Teruo STUDIES ON SENSORY EVALUATION OF SOY SAUCE. XI. Relations t3etween Odor Patterns c^.d Crenical :actcr3, by Terso Tanaka, Nobuo ,~aiLo aua iamucsu Yoiwtsuka 7cux. Ferm. Tech. 48 (No. 1) 56-62 (1970) I o5 oooo 1 76 46 V,
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50272 5e69 - CHEMIA ANALITYCZNA • 1 ~ ~ 73_(1976) P3 STUDIES ON THE QUANTITATM iJSTSPJIINATTOM OF ~PYRID" IN: COAL TARS. L THE ALRALII+IB HYY3ROLYSLg ` OF THE PROaUCTS OF ,~iili &.LACTfONsv . OF SOME CHLOx"vOAIITP1.O1:(>Fllf,'OLTNW~"PI{;P3rlll]DIIIB`~i Romuald ZALEWSKI •), Ewa ZAKRZEWSKA ••) and Piotr TOMASIK ••) •••) ') Institute of Product Determination, Academy of Economics, Poznati ••) Department of Organic Chemistry, Pedagogical School, Czgstochowa Thus far any method is lacking of fast determining pyridine bases irr some fractions of coal tars as well as in the coke oven ga3. Some colori- metric methods based on the extractive separation of pyridine bases from above products and the reaction of extracts with BrCN (the Koenig reac- tion) followed by addition of either benzidine') or p-phenylenediamine 4 are limited mainly to pyridine itself and, mor, eover, they are time con- suming. Some more refined methods are based on the gas-liquid chromato- graph_,y' technique g-6>, also combined with the sorption on ion exchangers'). V~k hgve(jorade9efflhe keajtiiob ojM,4{dinitrochlorobenzene with pyri- dine (the Zincke reaction) 8-11) as suitable for quantitative determination nf_1hj~-w-ix ~UTe of r2'n'idine bases.
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xx BeA3 or (1970) HUSHF100H&`PW*YLA~''~i Master's Thesis Denko, Paul Victor ST't3'JIL'S Oa TliE SUBME:;GED CULTIVATION OF EDZBLE :fUSHROGUS FOR FLAVOR, Master's Tnesia 1958 47 Pagc:s L'aiversity of C,il.ifornia Barkeley, California 0 5 0 o t1 0 ~ 7 6 6 1
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. 50272 5d6S _ 73'II My. . LUIvGS/ . , . _ - ,. . . . sTupLEs©N~~~`~s~~~ : - : -~8~~~~,EC$r~~~~~~et~~ . . QIIEn'TIN N. iIYRPIS, EPA SOTO LEA~ A" BItIICE FAR ISS prm the Dapartment of atiaobict;opY. Uniyersily of YirQinia &fiool of llfaditaias, G'AarioSletoa'Qt, Tirpinis Afore refiaed techniqucs in evoking peritoneal _The Mbbit~ peritoneum 2tas been • . ~csopbaocs such rs the use of glycosen as a s used eac ao nt have been EmpiOyixi. The ~h`'~ n ao~ of macrophaoes far.studies un dt% The normat rabbit has few aacroph„~ effect of phsgocytized gly cosen either on the .~ ~~~n~ ~~ty so it is commoa w pbyriolo~r of the cell or on its level of anti- p~ctice bacterial substances is not lmoan. ~~pioy an aScut such as light =ineral oil It lms been obscn•ed in our laboratory tha,t - to esmake an exudate which is rich in mononudc:,,r the normal rabbit li:ng contains a constitutive 'Is' 71e Incrophazes evoked by taa tech- $ota of a1c eolsr mccrophaaes which can be 2&M usually engulf lwge Quantities of ciI which procured readily and in a high state of purity by °*y alter Ule-r ph3'sioloZic actirity. Additaonsl washing them out through, the trsches with 'cYtoplASm'e contammation may ocour cluQ to Hanl& baL nced salt solution. No evo.:i tng agent the engulfing of poly-morphonuclear ceUs b Y the 0s n o n 0 1 76 2 7
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r IE:S'CWIS3 Uti '1'Hkt. STOO.GF_ ilB PACKED. &1TTt).lk%,A Part 3 - Cashewnuts YidYasag$r, t. STUDZBS C*t THE STOM8 0F PACKED . RBTIOHS Part 3- Cashe-.,muts, by X. Cidqasagar, T. H. AaUSthnersqraa, S. Rae=jam &sad G. Kmeawara Ras Jawr. Food Sci. Technol. (:{ysore) 3 (Ko. 2) 59-61 (Ju2y, 1966) 0 5 o o n o 1 T 6 5
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a . " . . . . . .--.. . . ~ ~. ~~-.+ ~ - 50272 _ S 9 RJR TRANSLATION TOBACCO--FLUE-CURED--CHEMISTRY/TOBACCO--SMOKE--CHEMICAL COMPOSITI TRANSUTION TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ 1 a 0. HJR CLASS = Ishiguro, S. *(no qtffil.)* - ~ ~arr ~rc 4 ~i~~~"'~~ss:~oa~r~oo~ ;~ :aras i~r ~~ W~ ippon Sembai Rosha Chuo Kenkyusho T.enyu Sokoku 121, p. 13-72 (1979) (in Japanese - cooplete English translation available.) *Constituents too numerous to list* Ladina cigarette smoke has generally such better aroma and taste than aidrib cigarette smoke. The purpose of the present study is to clarify the compositonal difference between lamina and sidrib of flue-cured tobacco leaves 45. Tabacus C. V. Dright Yellow) and between their smokes. Determination of tobacco constituents demonstrated that paraffinic bydrocarbons, solanesols, sugars, polyphenols and essebtial oil components-vere"higher in concentration in lasina than those in sidrib while ~ .- .__._....~ . - . . _ ... ._ . ~. _
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--r 72 e AERJSOLS--~llRT7CT.~SS--;nTERI~NE,?'IOA~ 50272 sae~ zkno, _Ya3uo . - .;, , A .a. II1/L1.1:T1!f OF TIII. Ct/tMl/:'1I. f11C11iTY nF JAFA!S, t•o7,. 45, ~)2r,!1R 972) -en- the ~~ ., .. ~C-'Yaxtro L't:xo arlc~ l:--mu SAxo ',~fl'11/ll:ft!/ l.~,(.~I~li!!~liL•~'i~rll~/Y Of .C1l.l;fP,~.tll.~OfQ..L~JItif1~1/Y. ryi%kN.tf!-~1!! , ~ ~ / (1Lect-h•rd .lpril 23, 1971) / 0 5 fl Q f1 4 7 b 4 3
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I: r 50272 5996 - T. Ame Geophy. 58(6)465(1977) III. Du2 77 ST~TDIBS -OIF•` gTRAi~3~IC `ALUO~. f~iARA~"!ilRI3'p'IC3 ~ll~ ! S aY a A V"-+MWIO+A` ODNf '.}( ' ISTODIES 0/ STMTC3PMEMIC AEROSO6 {/ /~ CMAMACTEMISlICS WITY A ON[-DIMENSIONAL ' MDOt1/ ~~ P~.! T_u_r_c~o (M l D Aasociatas, Marin• },~CA. f07q1) O. 0. To ' ~. C. Nhonittew (all •ts NASA Aars Mr search Cent•r, MoE[ett Pield, CA. 1/0)31 IN sellls. • one-dfmansional .od•1 of th~ sttatospherie aerosol lsyer to co.- par. aaroaol theory with observational dat•.~ Our .odel cowbines the details of qas-phas* sul[ur photocha.istry vith the physieal aerosol aechanises of puelaationt coaqulation. sadementatioa and ditluslon. Modal predictiona oE •erosol sise distributions and t•le Miqhe and intensity oE the aerosol 1•yer are compared to measureeents. TM effects on the Layer of pollutants, laeludlnq aluminum oside dust ejected - lry spaeV shuttle boosters and sulfur dioaide emitted by aircraft engines and rolcasie activity. are discussed. Tho oonnectiopot observed aerosol varia- ' ~ hility with changes in •ir temperatutes~~ humidity and transport rates belov I `0 kilometers •re also investioated. osoon 0 1 7 6 5 8 7,
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50272 5906 Studi" with Aizperimpoe-od carb.or.y~r3tq:s~n in the F3ue-curi.ng of tobacco, Yart:- I. :~ S. ~ Sa5 ^¢+z:1iiu uith superimoosad cerlrohqdratos in ?,Ae fg ue-curing of tobacco. Fart I. iP:uir ri i Ocli ca the ch s:nical chAn};o3 durinr; 'L.luu- cr.ring* li.epryni frc;n: : f °.hz ::?Ai~,?'i_ c: s,~~encr.w ~~8 (No, ~3 z 1~~5b)• S t 0. 5 0 0 0 . 0 17 6 6 8~ . ~-•-~--T-••^-_ --~-.
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76 11 Rai-76 Current Science 44(14)(July 2o, 1975) S.P. - ii~ tlttk~ t~r~sp~ ~11~1i~f~i[~ ~Raryr~~s J-s P aed occasionally larger, more or less ~Z6t~Sbar,.~trA~.f~~,~•p~~i~~,sr redicillaLe, slightly curved, spindle-or sickled- During the 'course of investiga'tion of rbiaosphere myeoAora of ginger (Zinqiber officinaEa (L) Rox) tba following fungi were isolated. These fungi have shaped, S-septate conidia 42 x 4 r, lacks chlannydo- r j SPOM& T6e culture has been deposited in the herb. 1.M.L No. 172171. not prtviously been reported from indiat-s. Their -: ~ diagnostic characters are as follows : ` C1Y.eroatidium sub/fmsri Seth, in Trans. Brit. Myeol ' :-Soc.,, 50 (1), 45-47, '1967. Colonies on PDA gn:y:sh black ; perithecia with- Tbe authors are thankful to the Director. Cotn- nwnwealth Mycological Institute, Kew, England, and Sis stalt for their generous help in the identifieatioa and comments on the specimens. N. De ) Stiattnu. out aatiole, globose, black, covered with loose mass < Department of Mycology and of hairs, 160-275 s diam. attached to the substratum ' Plant Pathology, by rhitoides, appendages of two types, dark• brown, J.N. Agricultural,University, t6ict walled, smooth to distinctly roughened, 5• 5 r i. " Jabalpur-4, March 7, 1975. wide, wider at the base, septate, unbranched, !ong; endin= in a rounded hyaliae tip ; and yellowish browu, septate, very ntinutefy roughened, straight, 1-4•3so wide, ending in a hyaline tip; asci club- abaped, situated at the base of the ascocarp, 8-spoied, ascospores irregularly bi-serrately arranped, paraphyses liliform pres4nt only in the early staCes, _asepsoores lieht to olive brown, broadly lemonshaped. L 1l~ Josxt. r . Bu¢kr, E. 1. and Bisby, G. R., The Fungi of India, Revised by Vasudev, 1.C.A:R. Sei. Monogr. [ndia, 1960, p. 552. 2 Mukerji, K. G. and Juneja. R. C., Jbid., Emkay Publications, Delhi, 1962-72, p. 224. Vasudeva; R. S., Ibid., Supplement-1, LC.A.R. J Sd. Monogr. lndiaa 1962, p. 206. I
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50272 590a Re2 LSICUDIES. OF` St1RPACR SORPTION IN GAw-GQ.tiITE (1968) SYSTEMS P'RELIIiINARYREPQRT... Clark, T. J. STUAIES OF SUCFACE SORPTION IN GAS-GltlaPtUTE SYSTts~IS PRELZMTN.A.RP.EPO:IT, by T. J. Clazk and R. C. Gibergoa gebrun7, 1961 18 pages U. S. Dgpsrtmeat of Comerca, Wa9hi.nbi:on, D. C. affica of Techaical Sesvices 0 S a l 7, 6 7 2
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c~u 305 Ma STU~~B~ E?Di THS.:SYAiTHBSIS-!!N!F3~ E;~Z~f;iC)L~TGiCAt'A~T~ITY OP• SC~i~E Y.~tIDOXI~B. J~.'~ALOCS ~arshall, Davxd L. ST~t}~ZF.S UN 'rF~ SY~:THrSY.S Ar1D FiiZY- T141.v3~CAL A4T~J.:TY OP SOI~ai PYSYIK?X: T7~ A:~d"sL+Q'~S {Aubub~*n t3nive~°aity, Ph,D. Thesia~ 1s66 ~ 82 Pa~es i~niveraity Biicrofilm3, Inc . Ar~n Arbor, M~.chi~an , --.,~,..'._,.~.---v-~..f~ . . . . . . . . S~.'~ . 0 5 0 4 t1 © 1 7~ 7?. ~~
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50272 5904 i I 4 / . / STUDIES OF STRESSFUL INTERPERSONAL DISPUTATIONS 80 I I Ey-81 HENRY A. MURRAY S.P, B.r.vi* a.isr,ily B ETR'EEN me and the substance of a11 that I can say in the allotted time are sevcral pages of writing, the contents of which may be summarized as follows: 1. A short Introduction with a barely disoernale thread of humor; 2. A prosaic survey of the seven major com- ponents of what some of us have called the "multi- form system of assessment" which is old bat to most of you; 3. A passage in which it is pointed out that two of the essential components of this system have been grievotuly neglected by most psychologists In their Investigations of normal personalities, one everybody chooses both, and cann attain both by) a division of interrelated labors. There are only two rules to this integration plan, as I shall call It, the first being that all esperi- nienters will use the same population of thoroughly assessed subjects, no matter how many other sub- jects they may need. Tbe enormous advantage of this arrangement ts that each experimenter, with- out any expenditure of his own time, will have at his disposal to help him in interpreting his find- ings, not only the results of other experiments but the massive collection of data (several hundre rank orders, for example) obtained by the z sessment process. The second rule-witb c% 0 5 n 0 n 0 1 7 6 6 6
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50272 5905 f 34;: Proc. Japan Acad..~, r. B(1Yit1sW- yJ11'oi. 344 B+). XX MeC7-81 S.P. 105. By Etsuko .1BE,•1 Yoichi r'axA'tANI,•' Tel YAI3ANI8HI,•' and 3hiseru Mutuet••, . (Communicated by 3anidchi TAtw, x. j. A., No.. 13. 1878) Introduction. Raw cane sugar possesses the characteristic sweet aroma so-called "sugary flavor". That is the reason why raw ; cane sugar is used not only the sweetner but also as the special i favorite food by itself. i The studies on the "sugary flavor" of raw cane sugar a•as started ~ by Takei et al.' 1•s' and the many aroma components have been identified ~ from both cane and beet molasses"-11 Hon•ever, the key substance, or character impact compound of the "suga.ry. flavor" has not been identified yet. ; . ; The present studies aimed to isolate a.nd Identify the key sub- stance ~ stance of the "sugary flavor" from cane molassea. Q 5 A 0 Q 0 1 7 6 6 7
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II ~r~ ~~~ TAST~ o~ cr-A.*tr!ro ACTW50272 5911 ~ ~ Yo2 (I969`Yokotavl-.a, Tmc.+~3n 3iu~IBS r.~ ar..y arlo';~ OF d-F.':Y~) BCIt~3, _J>:= of Palat&ble 'Casta Pt. 1, TeanM;.y Syne;g J . _ ~ of Gl.yclti•p. Pt. 3, ?'e•r,!ry S.•.,Az'ti~~'a ~a Tn_S?'6 4f C;-~,•.!r.o jc3d, b, Tz.a:»rti :cv:...U nicira uaais+ara snct i a;c•so Tan;0ka >nt2r. Ch±-n. Soc. Japan :65-37G; A3 (No.4) 263-8 (19ti9) n 0 5 0 0 f1 4 1?,6 -., - . ~ - __ -_ -~-
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50272 5916 xx St5 (1969) INWNEgIAR FER4R',TXi-&I ~E~BO+k~t Stoinkraus, K. H. STUDIES ON TiMEK--AN INDONESIAN PERMF.NTED SOYBEA;Z FOOD, by K. H. Steinkrsus, Yap Bwea Hare, J. P. Van Buren, H. I. Prowidenti sr.d D. B. Hand Pood Rea. 25 777-788 (1960) ~ 0 5 0 4 n 0 t 7 6) 8 - : ~ .....,.~. .. ~ -
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III Du? 80 S.P. T a I U r AFGL TR-70-0311 •~ ~ ~t3~=~~409i~; ~ TITLC (.wf lrMlttq ~~ . R. W. Wilcox : G.D.Nastrom ' ' D.E.Brown ~ 1. PCRTORYfNQ OAOANIZATIOM NANC AND AOOR[fS Control Data Corporation 2800 East Old Shakopee Road, Box 1249 Minneapolis, Minnesota 55440 Sk CONTROLLING OFfICC N0.a.C ANO AOOMCif Air Ferce Geophysics Laboratory Hanscom AFB, Massachusetts 01731 M on i to r/ R. E. Goo d/ L K D +--••~.....rf • ann.e..... ..•• Ozonesonde /~,G Ozone flux Eddy diffusion coefficieata 11tk . t. T1f C J>r 11C~GAT ~ rCM00 COVeRCO f ~ Final Report 1 2 May 197? - 30 Sept 1978 ~ a •CR.oFr/r6 ORG. «AVORT NuwYCw ~ ~ 668705AQ 08. R[pORT OATe 30 September 1978 / IL N-.VOCP If~ YAGeS 91 Circulation statist~cs ~--- Winds C. ~'"? W t~ AR3SRACT [C~...flw..n w.«.. .fh In Yart 1. 4^onesonde data44&vQ-bt~matched with concomittant rawinSonde data"~ provide a direct determination of meridional flux of ozone h t}~'f~}ns~nt (ed~sb D~a l~re from about 25 stations in E1ie fcwr_r~e~inns~ st~rn ~ndes:er North metnca, western Europe, and lapan. Results generally confirm the existence of significant northward flux, 10-18 km, in 4 S
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50272 5902 T0B4CCn--AGING/TOBACCn--STORAGE CONDITIO"!S--EFFECT ON .~~UALITy/ TOBACCO--CHEMTCA!-COMPOSITION--pnSITiON ON STALK/ 81 VI Ch RJR C IASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI C!t Noguchi, M.; Nishida, X.= Sato, Y.t Oyasia, X.; Nomura, T.t Tamaki, E. *(no affil. )• 8'IUDi0 tM ?I!t • SY'ORA4S ID) "~ ~' ~Il'~ ~'1~11b 'i~OSACCO. VIII. THE FORCED AGING OF IEAF TOBACCOS FROM DIFFERING STAIX POSITIONS. (A-IEAF-1, 1-I8AF-3, A-CUTTER-3). Senbai Chukenpo, 112, 11 (1970) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) *lCeyvords:* hydrogen ion concentration, cured, constituentt acids total volatile, cured, constituent. ' To'see the variations in ageing due to the difference of stalk positions of leaf tobaccos, the 3rd grade of leaf (upper stalk position), the 1st grade of leaf (s-iddle stalk position), and the 3rd grade of Cutter (lower stalk position) were stored under several environmental conditions and changes in o uptake, volatile organic acid content and pH value were followed. The storing conditions applied,verej._J1. • constant temperature of 35°Ci B, the 05oon41Tbb4 , .s 4
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._....:~~._.t;:.~~..~...._. -_._...~_~.~_ . . . . _ . . ... 50272 5913 So6 JUICES / XX lteF-t=4-74 FOOD TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ~;. OF MALAYSIA f??. 3 - CONTROL OF SEDIMENTATION AND BROWNING OF PASSION FRUIT SQUASH . DURING STORAGE januory i971 Br M.H.H. Rt.GAO, PH. D Food Anal.vyis crw' Cuntrvl E.rrrrt (F.A.OJ ~'~RrD NA7;O\$ I"00 AND 1f.^;C[ LTL'R° O tGA\IZATiO`i S:V15lON OF FOOD TEC'r.'iOLOGY 11LNLSIC.Y OF.ICRICt'LTI:RF. AND LAN'"S, '
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50272 5900 VI Re9-77 S.P. f AMM4NIA/SULFUI; DIOXIDE/ -E7 1%1.("j 1 , Acta physlol. scand. 1963. 58. 287-291 ~~ ... . S•p Ftotn the Itt,+titute of Hygiene, Karolinska Institutet, and the Dcpartment of Cencral • 1 I Hygicne, National Institute of Public Nealth Stockhoim Sweden auctL t•rice 1t© , . Studies on SO,, NQs "t1Wt W'eitoa CUtarl Activhy#. 3s It>~b'b~t Ti~tt~it~'af l~tig~`~t UNP ttsv Exposnrt ~ . iliologine:a I . and RE$OI'p#jo!j hk Ritbbk Mu"I CaVit)f I o xn Throne ~ ~ ToRL* DALHAMN and JAN SAHOLM t Received 27 November 1962 ta8sltoia n , DAt.ttwxx, T. and J. Sjdttot,x. Studic.s on SO=, .NCIs aad NK3: qjjat Ne eilian actioity in rabbit traclua of singls in vitro tzpostnr and resorption in t rabbit nasal caait,r. Acta physiol. scand. 1963. 58. 287--291. - One of the factors which determine the toxicity of pulmonary irritant gases, I etc., presumably is their action on the ciliated cpithelium of the respiratory tract. The degree to which such gases arc resorbed in the ~ O ~nttcp}~s 1~cr oE the.~cspi~atot&pa~ggcs must also be taken into ac- ~~out4lr wH6~t hygtcntlf lird~s a alilcd questions are discussed. The present paper illustrates these two factors, viz., ciliostatic action and ~ i
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50272 5907 Sttxdies with supariMposed ccirbohydratas- iri cca.. Psrt, II: VII. Sastry, &. S. SaE, Studies xfth superimposefd r.arbohydrntoa in the P1ua-curing of tob5cco. ?crt II, :? vi.~ sit'sc~ on the yellowing of the loaf d;;r3-ng f2u©-curing and 2YS final quality. Roprint froms Fro e di~s of ~~,a r;jci,Pn A~d~ nf Sci2nc 6-. P~o. 3) 162-70 0 5 Q 0 0 0! 7 6 6 9 5
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_ ., <....... ~,_.,.:.~: ~w:A • ..- ,.- ~ Il~ ra~Ctl8A~ltgli~:Q~ A~O3~L' l/EA~•~ ~ 7/~-L^~ ) wd'rw roLOx, rrrwttiw. XXXV. rrr r, rm Y . . ~ ! _~. 1'ictura. '~ytc Z;rkrzewskt. U. K .atarzi yriska:l.titudics on su!cpcrt=' (/ nion acrowt.QjD Influcnce ot container materials on aggregation of acror so1 n:rrticlc f . 72 III Re-78 Anna Pietura, Zdzistaw Zakrzewski, Urszuia katarzytiska' S.P. BADANIE ZAWIESINOWYCI-I PREPARATOW AEROZOLOWYCH 11. BADANIA WPLYWU OPAKOWANIA NA YROCES AGREGACJI CZqSTEK Z Zakiadu Farmacji Stosomranej Instytutu Nauki o Leku AkademH Medycznej w Warszawie Kierownik: doc dr hab. Z. Zakr:ewski Badano wplyw tworzywa pojemnik6w aerozolowych, na proces agre- pacji czqstek w aerozolach zawiesinowych. Stwicrdzono, .ie rodzaj opa- kowania w 8,501a determinuje zmiany w wielkosciach aqregatow i cze- atoici {ch wystqpowania. Zawiesiny w pojemnikach aerozolowych stanowiq zlozony uklad fizyko- ~ lik chemiczny, w ktbrym cz:istki tworzqc iazq staiq mogqaczyc siq w wqsze % zespoly tzw. agregaty. Proces ten zachodzic moie Nv czasie przechowytiva- nni~ rcpara~bwfi1)~uz leiniony jest w duiym stopniu od.wielkpsci cz~- ^ ~ stc~1( i'stolSnia `flys ers~i ukludu, doboru srrl-t-i;
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.. ~ ~...._ r 5n's7 S 9 1 2 2 .. XX 1-teF-~,-74 BEVERAGES/ FOOD TECH1`IOLOCY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ' OF MALAYSIA • 2 - CONTROL OF FOAM ~ IN BOTTLING OF PASSION FRUIT CAFBONATED BEVERAGE d. By M.H.H. RAGA3, PH. D Food Analysis cnd Co:urol rxpert {F.A.O.} OCTG'2-ZR, 157a UNITED ilATIO•`:S FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORCAYI2ATION. DIVISION OF FOOD TFCIINOLOGY 11IL\(STR1' 0!' :CRfCI'LTUtt[. .1INU L:IN:;S, r~M ~ ......,-~ ~' 05on t1Q f 767 4 > 7:;oe~e!~0 °• ,, s ~
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50272 591S • ?LY MeF-d=4-74 9AUCES/ ' 1i GOD T: C::+4OLCiY RESEt+RM+-I AND DEVELOPMElVT CENTRE . {_ OF MALAYStA ~ : '.v iF~t~~1'~'"1~~~ 7-- Pillow-packaging of Papaya-chili Sauce A ~ By `''' Dr. Josef Hanousek Food Packasing Expert February, 1972 __ r ! UNITED NATIOVS FOOD A`ID AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION DIVISION. OF FOOD TEQi.`:OLOGY ;.iLXISVtY Or AG[aC[:t.ll'RE AND i.A:.?,-S, D1.u.11'SiA o5 oo-0 o 1 767T
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- 50272 5873 III Du -77 S.P. Jour. Chem. Physics 65(12)5181-5(1976) S44d~~~e~~~ft~ ' Reaetiant aftnftri& oxide=i#h_ caoaa.."-• John W. Birks, Brian Shoemaker, Thomas J. Leck, and Deborah M. Hinton Deparrmenr of Chcmisrry. School of Chenrical Sciences; Urtivenity oj Illinois af Urbana-Champaiga. UrGona Illinois 61801 , (Received 6 August 1976) The rate con.tant for the reaction NO+O,-•NOT-FO, has been measured by the fast flow method ova the temperature range 203-361 K. Loss of ozone in a large excess of nitric oxide was detected by molecular beam sampling into the electron impact ion source of a quadrupole mass spectrometer. 7be resulting Arrhcnius expression is k=2.34f0.23X10'"exp(-1450t50/7) em,moleeule''t'' which predicts ki,s = 1.80X 10'" cm3 rnolecule'' s't in excellent agrcement with ptevious determinations. Our results suggest a sliRht curvature in thc Arnccnius plot, the activation energy increasing with increasint temperature. A I :_...:..~c i 1. INTRODUCTION crease In this region (12-35 km) of the stratosphere, This Is the first of a series of papers describing the partiaUy offsetting the ozone depletion by C1O, at high- experimental results obtained for rates of chemical re- er altitudes. Thus, studies of Reaction (1) are equally actions important ' r~' la ' g on~ n~ st ato t '~ el~ ant to the proposed ozone depletion due to chiora- here. We descie 1ft;ree ~'ifn `fa ; ~ v`;luo~bcarbon emissions.ts Reaction 4) has been studied 3p per en 1 method ( ised for these studies and report our results for the re- by our group and will be the subject of a subsequent . - . '.. ?e . ....a. `,.'K. '~"` I 0 a 4
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. T:?T?l3 4xIMssn'T.3 a.+~? ~r5~ t59h '1.` T 1ra.r T"'r..:Iav lTAlf\TiOJE 1t .d.d •1^.1f~~"~.•'M • ~r"~ . :'nor;:,sdi:-,a 65 (14SO) .,
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S0272 S926 - 73 VI Ai RJR CLASS NO. PAriPHLET 73 VI N! Higman, E. B.; Schmeltz, I.; Hig-aan, H. C.; Chortyk, O. T. (U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Richard B. Russell ARr. Res. Center, Athens, (:a., U.S.; U.S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Eastern Regional Res. i.ab., Philadelphia, Pa., U.S. (Schmeltz)) PyQ~iL:~H PR~ "Cft~ "F1F~bt . Agr. Food*Chcm. 21 (t:ct: 2) 202-204 (ltar. /Apr. 1973) (in English) *Keywords:* Tobacco. *1973, No. 9, W 3895* *jt* Tobacco chemistry:
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' ~ :. • . . - . a 50272 S811117 XXII MeB9 77 S.P.-Fire,: 4 Mateaciala, 1976 No. 1, pp.43-47 ~~~t~it~a~ate L. Dur•osis Labor•rtoirc de Ciniltiquc et Chimie Jc hr'Combustion. Univcrsit4 dcs Scicnccs et Tcchniques de Lilk. BP 36-59650 Vilkncuve J'Ascq, France 1. SNILUA And J. PAVLIK Ch. 7 1. D. (Rcscarch Laboratories of the Dimitrov Chemical Company). 81001 Bratislava, Czechoslovakia (Rccrlrc(1T Ocrr)tx-r 1y71; uccrprrd (reriscd) IJ Afurch 1976) AWrrel•• timnke cvolvaJ fnnn Iwrning poly-(vinykh/rxiwk) Plasti.izal with Jiisoocrytphlhalatc has hccn stuJiel u<iny a lighl ate.wptiar uwth.al. It has ew.~rr shuw n that the qu:wliry of snwke pruJu.tid +kp.nds upon Ilw a.ypn.~Nxtti+IratNwr uf dre aviJiiint; gas an well as un tlw aMrrnrrrtian uf dii..awaylphtlulate I+rcxnt in the pdynxr.'Yhe r.adls rM' Ihis wurlk h:r+e N-vn •rnaly..d u.inr aa anpirical cqrurli.Nr prupu.al by rlk aultaxs, w hkh axrcWles rlre nuxirount mrr+ke density (.~,.1 w ith uxy Ucn4.txxtiYouauun. This eyuatiun may be w•rilten 6..4 ft .r.w exP(-k (Noy-1.01)) where Nos h the molar arnaYntntiwr of o!cygen in the osidizing g.7s, and 1.01 refcrs to the limiting orcritical cum'entratiun uf uxy6en at whi.•h rhe polynxr will jusr txirn, :r..kliow.~J by Ihe ASTM 0.s1 '_86.1.'Phe c/Ccct of varivus aJJuives, p:rrtwularly urg:rni. wJine cwnlxwnrtr, as w+Mrke suplxc~sams has al+u b.en ime-stir:rted, o S O„/nlrqducl4lp ' 7 6 4 Tlo: wuKr: evolv.Yf fritm burning I+olymerie materials uccd between smoke production undcr Ilaming nditions, and both oxygen tuxl plasticiier cunccn- tratiuns.
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so272 5l3s Reprint . E•~~IUlIi G.7- 1~S I7I ~-iLDKLIiV y.7f'ilrAr+- LVL~!l8A.7Ei 1L.. Wright, George F. STUDIES WITH TOBACCO SMOKE CONDENSAZE. ~ Reprint from: Proceedings of the Third National Cancer Conference 1957. , 0 5 0 ~ o 0 1 7 6 9 7-
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50272 5932 . . ,, TS 2240 J rstudiee ..awtha uker00, oroP:eC"cormeatfcuf. Jenkins, E. H. Studies on the tobacco crop of Connecticut. New Haven, Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station, 1914. 65 p. 23 cm. ..- -. .,,. ~....,.-...,~ . ~. ~.~ . o s a o ~ 0 1 76 9 4
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_~ 50272 591• ' ' _~-~ -#:C TTeF-C-229t- 74 JUICES/ FOOD TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPINENT CENTRE OF , MAiAYStA ~~ The. p. oves'"feng"400av- . ...~ __ . 5-- CONTROL OF SEDIMENTATION OF CARBONATED BEVERAGES (19ADE OF i yTURAL FRUIT FLAVOURS M. H. H. i:AGAB, PH.D. ~',1~ ,•L( Food Analysis and Control Expert (F.A.O.) J ~ ~~~ t ~ OCTOBcR 1971 ' U\L_t.D PiA1LONS FOOD AND ACRtC(;LTZ.'RE.ORGA\1Z:1TLON DIVISION OF FQOD TECHNOLOGY (- NSL11S"fRY OF ACR:CI'LT(.-RE AND L~N*r-:;. . ~ .. ' ' rI aLAYSGIk ~ 0 S 0 A 0 0 t 7 6 7 6 a,,"-` , , y
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~ 50272 5895 ORGANIC--REAR~tANGEMENTS/ af It~nt~iorie`~1r~omt~~it~iort~; .~Di~y~d~a~rvon~>~`~~~uh~ .. .f_._... - --. ~._.__ _..•._~. . ORGANIC CNEbf7STRY tFt~ffli~S` "2!f`!t~``~i~t19 All Wamet `8n 7X MeF-U 73 • . by • BULLETIN DE L'ACADE\SIE POLONAISE DES SCIZ:NCF.S A. ZAB2A, C. VVAWRZENCZYK and H. KUCZYNSKI. S6r1e des sctences chimiqucs Volume XX, No. 7, 13t: -fPruen[ed by H• KUCZY1VSKl on Feb+srory 16, 1972 '' 63~-G ? 1 Sirmmary. 7he Becicmann rcarrangcincnt of oximes of mcnthone (1), carvomcnthone (It),'dihydro arwne (III) and'carvonc (IV) in the prescnce of tosyl chloride as catalyst in sodium hydroxide aqucous-acetone mixturcs was invcstigatcd. The structures and conf~,rurations of the oximes and of tactams obtained by their rearranremcnt were elucidated on the basis of IR and NMR spectra. It was found that the sizc of the substitucnt in the position a!pha to the oxime group or to the hetam nitro3en atom has a pronounceci effect on the conformations of the oximes and lactams. 7 0 5 0 0 n 0 1 7 6 6 0
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50272 5925 . CU Q~tT~~~= . .,.. t$TI~?Iw-o A~~znS. vxir.. ~~~~u.~' ` ~AS OF.fPY~~I?I~~ F -*IPa WQ%IW~UAtUS.-- KobAshi, Y. STUI'iTES OF TIIERI':AL Dr,C(?*TUpSITZON OP Ttl, II.1QCp ALKAL4IDS. YLLI. S£PAi'u1T£Obt AND IDF?.rTf'ICJtTlON OF PYnIOIl:E P,ASES AND NIp'IZtI:: S1SES BY GAS C}L~t3tri~,T.~AFI3Y. Nippon KagDUU Zac3shi 82, i2i,2«5 (19b1) • With ErgIish trarslation. T 6 8
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50272 5894 A`T-QlRF.,-'-v.1~ I rx) ) c T F.CIMOL. ' ~-_..: - - JCh MeF-411W--73 ....~- . yr ~ . . C Lffect of Storagc Factors on the Rancidity of Fried Instant \oodlcsn"l' ~ ,. . M~ywn-K~ Chang and I~ak-Eang Sang r;) .. tl • (F-lood Research Inttitrte, Samyanr Foods Co., Ltd. ev,4 Lepartmrut - t ~J BiorJirmiltry, Collrrs oj Bfedicinr, &orl Natiaaal Univrrtity ; ' ,Meaived December 20, 1971) . ` Abstract -Fried instant nooJles, manufactured on laboratory scale, preserved in sunlight, room temperature, temoved packagc, at 30f 2'C and corrugated fiber board box to investipt`g the oxida:ive stability of' lried products under a few factors of storage for 150 days. And obtained results were as follow. 1) Pcro..:c:r :.' ac P.C.V,. and Arw rYJuc A. i. uf irieu iasiant noudiet, wrre increased siignuy during the storage in orange color polycello package in the corrugated fiber board box in the dark room • as shown in Fig. I and 2. They had not rancid odor•and showed P.O.V. 18.8 after 150 days. 2) Preserving in room temperature removcd package or with polycelb package exposed to sunliaht,. • P.Q.V. and A.V. increased rapidly up to 101, 5 and they'Lad rancid oJur within 30 doys. 3) Y'eroxide'value showed increasing tendency on the storage at 30±2'C and scattered light and 0 5 0 0 o 0 I7 6 s , t t
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50272 5901 T4BACC0--AGINn/TnBACCO--STORAGE CONDIT?ONS--EFFFCT ON Q~IALTTY/ 81 VI Ch TO8AC('Q~-0R9AN%EPTIC QURLZTIES/ RJR C USS NO. PAMPH LET 81 VI Ch Noguchi, N.= Nishida, 1C.t Sato, Y.; Oyama, 1C.= Nomura, T.t Tamaki, Be *(no affil. )* . . . , . . ~ y...;•;. n .r :., .., ~ . .r,a - ~ .. . . ~'lUDIE* 1!t _ ~,~OIf1-(,Slt j1Nii'J~I11G ~r 2~AM '4OBACCO. 1*VII. CHANGES IN AGING INDICES AND ORGANOIEPTIC PROPERTIES DURING FOUR YEARS OF NATURA L STORAGE. Senbai Chukenpo, 112, 1-5 (1970) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) *Reywords:' acids, total volatile, cured, constituentj hydrogen ion concentration, cured, constituent. Changes in O2 uptake, volatile organic acid content, pH and smoking quality of flue-cured ieaf tobaccos during natural ageing were followed for a period of four years. Tobacco (1st grade of leaf) from four different growing areas in Japan (1Curashiki, A.r Miyazaki, B.t Yonago, C.j Tombe, D.) and NCL from O.S.A. were stored in tobacco storages near the respective redrying factories. 21s 'for leaf to cog f~ ~isf~ri~ A, the third grade of Ieaf 0 5 0 0 no 1 v V 4
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50272 5919 0 1 1 Pem Indian Acad. Sd., VOL 87 A(CbetMal SNenop-d), IVo. 3, AuNst 191k pp, 231-23a, - m D11!11111! 111 ~ ,. 73 XV Ra-79 S.P. ~ oil •W rt~~% IA1l~t~~dA T K JOHNt and 0 S KRISHNA RAO Department of Organic Chanistry,lndian Institute of Science,Bangalore 560 012 tPresent Address: Department of Chemistry, Southeastern Massachusetts University, North Dortmouth, MAO 2747 (USA) MS received 23 January 1973 Abedract. (f)-2, 6-Dimethyl-l00-tolyl) undeca-2,6(E)-diene (la), a diterpene hydrocarbon from the essential oil of SaIria dorisiana has been synthesised by two methods. One pot reaction of p-tolylmapnesium bromide with geranylacetone (5) and hydroge nol~sis of the resulting benzylic alcohol (1b) without isolation furnished the natural product (la). In the other method citrylideno-p-methylacetophenone (6a) was used as the starting material. The trienone (6a) was reduced to the corresponding alcohol (6b) which was hydrogenated to (6c) and oxidised to the dienone (6d). Reaction of the dienone (6d) with methyImagnesium idoide, followed by dehydration of the arbinol and reduction with lithium in liquid ammonia furnished the diterpene (la). [.orord"s. Diterpene; Salrta dvrisiana; synthesis by one pot reaction; geranylacetone; atryLdeno-P-oaethylacetophenotte. 0 50' 0 Rt3:!'7. .,.
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-- ..:.c::.::,.... ~. .~..._ ~_.._._.~_._.. 50272 5917 73 III Jof SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ Stv&e~AgrTerpenerr ~PwtwXXiXH1P--qrPreWado&• &.Reactiem"of Sylvesirenek [i,*-bjcndiar-r(b)A(,4)rd~j t lsat.. J...a.t .r ca.,ehft, ZL P. JOI3.YY & J. VERGHESE K.L it. A.iwt tm, t,F 7tt-~ 'Depattment of Chemistry. Chdstiin Medical Coliege, `Tellora bf.Rxscsipt i+ruiva 4 Nasmbes 1971: aottplsd )6r pwc.Nos 3 F.+b.wsy iIn ! A stmpl= method, described for the pteparatlon of pure syl.estsene (I) invol.ves debrotni• aation of sylvestrene tetrabromide (iI). The reactions of I are also described. Nitrosobromt• .atbn of (I) results In the dimeric derivad.e.(IV). With aq. silver nitrate, (I) af[ords the aNuct CsHj..2Ag`O3, from tchich the parent hydrocarbon Is easily re4enerated by refluxin4 wltt water. Phosphoric acid-catalysed rearran$ement oi (I) p,.ives isosylveterpinolene (V1I) sat syireterpinolene (VIII). Finally, (1) yields a liquid nltrosats and its structure as (IX) has Desr deduced by Its conversion to syl.ecatVone (][). v pnrious reports1•= a-e showed that sylvestrene ~ is ae-mentha-1(6),S(9)-diene (I) and that the latter is released frocn the tetrabromide (II)' _____ 6v_reactiott «ith zinc._ _ Ho.re.-er._ the. homogeneity 0 S 0 0 0 0 1 7 6 7 9 I 1 7.
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50272 5930 TOBACCO--AROMA/TOBACCO--CHEMICAL CO"tPOSITION/ 79 VI Fu , RJA CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VI Fu. , Fujimori, T.; Kaneko, H. • (Japan Tobacco Salt Pub. Corp., Cent. Res. Inst., Yokohama, Jap.). 'S'1"UtlIP.S'Ot iI1B/1C3MAlow Nippon Nogeikagaku Kaishi 53 (No. 9) R95-R121 (1979)' (in Japanese) i • •- ;f
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31. Shun-Ichi Yarlfada, Abdul-lfohsen DI. E. Omar, and Tobru IIino : 77 III Ya ~~ ~.,~ ~~Q- ~ '~r .. .. (Facrs'Jty g/ Plrarmace+rtica/ Scieuces. lTirie+aaity q/ Tokyo*j For many years the chemistry of thioamides has been widely investigated to prepa not only biolo~;ically active compounds but also intermediates in many organic syn theses. The present authors attempted to synthesize the several N-(2-arylethyl)-thi amides (Na-f) as shown in Table I, in order to test their direct cyclization to th correspondiug 3.4-dihydroisoquinolines by a Bischler-Napieralski type reaction or othe methods." Among several methods for the general synthesis of thioamides, the conversion o acid amide to the corresponding thiolmide with phosphorus pentasulfide') would b a method of first choice for our present purpose, because it usually requires onl a simple procedure and gives a satisfactory yield of thioamide. When N-(3,4-dimethoxy phcricthyl)-2--plicnylacetamide (I) was heated with an excess amount of phosphoru pentasulfide in boiling toluene or xylene for one hour, the yield of the thioamidc (Nc . was, however, unex ectedly c+c~r partly due to the formation of 1-benzyl-6,7-dimethoxy .'~.....~1r
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50272 5933 ~ RJR TRANSLATION ~ TtlBACCO--QUALITY--CHEMICAL ANALYTICAL INDICES/ TOBACCO--JAPAN/TOBACCO--BURLEY/ B.flt CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Takahara, H.; Shinkai, T.; Kumagai, K.; Morishita, I. *(no af.fil.)* s ON 'fO%AMf#ftAftVMM* COMPARISON OF COMPONENTS IN DOMESTIC AND AMERICAN BU~M TOBACCO THAT ARE ASSOCIATED WITH SMOKING QUALITY. ippon Sembai Kosha Chuo Kenkyuaho Kenyu Hokoku 112, 57-61 (1970) (in Japanese - complete English translation available) *Constituents too numerous to list* From the experiments about the yields of A,B, C-fractions and chemical components in A, B, C-fractions of domestic and American Burley tobacco leaves, the following results were obtained: 1) Aromatic acids, especially benzoic and phenylacetic acid, were found abundantly in acid fraction of Burley tobacco leaves. These acids were effective on the palatable smoking quality of Burley tobacco. 0 S 0 0 n 0 I 7 b 9 5
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50272 593• 0 5 0 Q t1. 0 1 7,6 9 .F~wmm& ' ©2I . i`C33AW0 ~ 9mOit&. Isawa a, ??asao STu"DIES ON TOBACCO MQM PARTS 1.9 11.9 III. Froms Japan. Mouopoly Corp. Central Res. Irst. Sci. I•apo: a~S 86-105 (1 f,'5b) Jo Agr. Chea, &cc. Japan .22 751r-59 (1955).-?hotostats. F,r_m1i.ish trana-lat•iouo (I'or individual autro: ^ ai:8 sub•.ti~k3eg nea 8}1P~ l1st CAr:~ ). ~ -•--~--- .
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= - __...., <..~........_._.....,--- TRANSLATION 50272 5920 RJR CLASS NO. TIL1NSi•ATION Yamashita, Y. ; Lee, J. K. ; 1Cobashi, Y. (Central t•tonop. Tech. Res. Inst., Korean Monop. Aur.) IGNiTZO1tTENPEtthTV10.* -AN9' ~18'~Ib'i'!'~ =~~XMW 1!!~•?REl~i~d1~~./~TAi.YgI% ~ Nippon Senbai~osho Chu Kenkyusho Kenkyku liokoku 109, 125v138 (1967) (in Japanese - complete English translation available.) I I i .1 ..:-~-..:..4. *1975, No. 6, W 2066* *d* Tobacco chemistry: 0 s oo n-:a r'76 8 2 , . , , .,
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I" I 50272 5867 2734 ~ BUi.i.i:TIN OF TfE£ CtIF.3UtCAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN, voL. 50 (10) 2734-2740 (1977) Studies of ri'yrazis:eb: I: Py_iG* .]'s ~ "Ufnt 71 III Re2-78 S.P. : and 'iair: 1%&ifaI 5tubiIitia=; Takeo KorrAKAttnttA and Yukio TAItAat Dcbarhmc,t! ~J Aii/.lied Chemislry, Science Unit•ersily of Tokyo. ICarnrazaka. Shininku-ka. ~ • .~ The pyrol)•scs and thermal stabilities of 2,5-dialkylpyrazines (la-e), 2,5-dicthoxypyrazinc (2), chloropyrazinc (3), alkoxyityrazincs (4a-c), alkyIthiopyrazincs (5a, b), and alkylaminoryrazincs (6a-d) wcre studied by ntean.s of sr ,nam spcc(ronrctc•r; by which the pyrulyxatcs in the sample reservoir %ecrc analyzcd. Thc tcmpcraturc dcpcn- dcncc of the molecular ions and/or fra;rncnt ions was aleo discus,cd. Thc thermal dchydroficnation from two ac-Inc•thinc groups mn lccs the Id nrolcculc thcrmally sensitive. The other 2,5-dibutylpyrazincs were more stable th:ur it, c.ccpt for thc 1-buty1 dcrisativc, lc. Nydroxy- and aminopyrazinc, 4a and 6a, were very stable. The alkoeypyrazincs, 411 and 9c, and alk)•ithiopyrazincs, 5, undcrwcnt the thcrntal elimination ofolcGnc to yield hydroxy- and mcrcalitop)•r:rr.iuc rc-spcctivcly. The latter dishrolrortionatcd to lurm dipyrazinyl sulfidc (11). At 280 °C, no analogous r.•actiunx of alkylamiuopyrazincs 6b-d could bc oixccrvccl. Thc relative thermal stabilities of thc cumloovnds were as f,llows: ~ - 2, 4a, Ga, 4b>1c>le>lb>6c, 5a>3>Gb>Id)1a>6d, 5b>4c (Received March 9, 1977) v The clrctnishy of pyrazinc dcrivativcs has bccn molccular ion abundances (Ss values) are shown i invcs(~,~,it~ i>Qv~~o,uS~:itt/~ oQ fic~S.tlb It~car),, lli~s, 1, 3, 4, aud 7, and the relative total ion currct scver.r~trcw S~'(1111CUC. 111('•1liocf`s'of tfic l,yr:viuc ring have I,+(1), in Tnb1c 1. Irf (l) was calctdatcd by ntcans ~ hcc~re lror cd. -Azirinr s nnclcIgo hot}t acl ca7ctl the follo%viri_l:cltt•a-t~io~
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50272 5937 x Da 6 - -. , .. , ,Si'~c3AL .B~tFF.RY.~CEL.Tn: jiij~ ElFSMOPMU"hit"T4 4MiQOV#*-T* 4A5IAI&AXIMJeLS. Delhmm, T. STUDIES ON 1'`.RCIMAL CIi.TARY tCTIVITY. SPL'CII.L F.LFERENCB TO TIIB P•IrFECT 0F CIGARETTE SMQi:B IN LIVIhG ANIM.ALS. Aas. Rev. Resp.Disease 89_, 870-77 (1964) o s 0 0 Q 0 1 l, 6 9 9 --,...-.~:..
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~~ AAMM !!I '.Awn WIM,M. . Cohen, Seyaour S.. STVDIES ON UNBALANCED GR01dTtl IN ESCHERIQi1A CGLI# by^Hazel D. Barner ss. loler4 +' Proc. Nat'l. Acad,. Sci. D. S. 4Q, 885-93 (1954) 0 o s o 0 0 0
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cBFMISTRY, ORGANLC--REARRk4GEMENTS/ '' XX M+er-D~ 7 3 S%& DULI.ETID1 DE L'ACAn£btlE P OLONAISB DF.S SCIENCES ~ftIft - . - SQrte des scienecya ehimiqucs , by Volume XX, No. i, I9t2 .f2l 4zf •' A. ZAB2A, C. WANRZEIqCZYK and N: . KUCZYASKI . . . Presented by W. TJCZEBUTO tVSKI ar Deeunbo -10, 1971 ' Sulv=r Bc&mann rearrangement of the oximes of caran-4-one, caran-2-one and car-2-cne-3-one in aqueous aoetonc/NaO1I solution and in the presence of tosyl chloride catalyst was investi_¢ated. The ssractura and conGguratior.s of the oximes and their rearrangement pooducts were determined on the basis o[thcir IR and NMR spectra. The most probable conformatiioas of these compounds t .S are proposeb , Tloe sterrochemistry of carane derivatives has been the object of considerable ~ intenat, but the aza-derivatives of this compound have attracted relatively little a.so on Q I 76,59 OxcodNIC C/IF. mISTRY ~ . ~ . 50272 5897 ,:
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9$ 9 L 1 0 0 0 0 S p r ., ! a•; 7 " `i u.o 'gMdSOMb M02IJIN `wi WIZbJIN Yl0 SiSAnowd 'I111X li-weY ''~tli~iryRtr -dJ~tT80Z S~?I HO NaiLZS()d'riOm ~yfd~H.L "~{.L fi~t? S`~~tltl~~ IA ( . .. ~. . - ~ . . wL6S LLZOS ' _;
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_ ... . ~ .. J-.. ' ~i VI To-14 TOBACCO--SMKE--BIOLOGICAL TESTING/. TUltORS-sRESEARQt/ ' S.P~.` TOBACCd==TAR--ANIMAI.'EJPERI~NTS~' T~g A~ _. ATION/ ~~~ J..___. _.. P.JR CLASS `'a. gA~'~'NLET YT-TO-74 $. p. (( Hecht, S. S. ; Thorne, R. L. ; Hof fsaann, D. : ~ ; (American Health Found., Naylor Dana Inst. Dis. Prevent., New York, i1 N. Y., U. S.) { 3?Wj V40 Aj?VJjD~R D~R -,.«. ;..~ . ; Tobacco Chem. Res. Conf., paper, Raleigh, N. C. (Oct. 28-30, 1974) (in English) *Keywords:* I .; ; alkyl-2-cylcopenten-2-ol-l-ones, smoke, constituent; catechols, smoke, constituent; hydroquinone, smoke, constituent; fatty acids, smoke, constituent; 3-pyridinols, smoke, constituent; 6-methyl-3-pyridinol, smoke, constituent.
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50272 5941 .:i;.j.o7 ;:J};ci 1'.agtiiii! ABiBni (3our. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan) 37 (No. 4) 231-236 (191b3)- RRe-,1ish tranolcticn included. 0 5 0 0 o a I 77 0 3. .~ a . -. ---~,. II 0AW I. AASAI,, f0VDITIONS FOB 'GUMS& IS9~RRSm llll • ~=110WA04'I'EE Yamun4"'4' P.;;S STUDIES ON '111E UTILIZATION OP SUCAR ISC'fMSES, PART I. BASAL CONDITIONS FOR GLUC'JSE ZSMIEZE.ST: REACTION.
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t "lranslation $0272 5905 - =,.S2%-% „`t~tr_~+3~~~~aTiTLAi~ ~AR • ?!~~~! ...~.o.... Naves, Yves-Rene SZUDIES ON VOLATILE VEGETABLE MATTER. IJIXVII. ON 7iE DIHYDROIONONFS, by Yves-Rene Naves and Pierre Ardizio. Translation from: Helvetica Chemica Acta 32-I 206 t1949). - Mt 0.1\In n 0 1 77 07~. i I
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V.:iiei • r;o 1TZD:CG TFiA_ AIIa a~AJ'a+M.S' GN TRU 1VDACiCV 1fLTkT,O.J'~i* rV}T°iUZ AD1O.•'{.Fl TOII .ST'~`.,TR& J~.' :iif, iMCCiO n:,~<iLOI'`.nJ . ;,T_'r~ .°iO:s F'.':~~f;a:a~ ~'y' i. VKiiie~ 2:, fsTFm,k1.., *t, ThI8ep Ks Ss33 to? aad x. S,;i, PNpera C,-nt. Rms, X-!s't. Jepan H't:-.r--'?' Cara., Rfl, 97, :c7•39 (1957) Conn7.e4o E~.~;:tish tr~na3.ntl.on from taa~ F'.^.o'::rL-. to
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50272 5906 TD 897 Ca Califormia. State Viater Polluticn Contol Board, Sacramento. Studies of waste water reclar.laticn and utilizati...n. Sacramento. 1954. 82 p. 28 cm. (Publication No. 9) U 5 n Q 0 0 1 7 7 0 8 77*s''<t' ..~?x•
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0 U 0 Ys 0 q2jVTtj • °%qs •4dra. •ay •0 °H 4661 Vr.°n4) •0 'u , ficT~~ •~1 ~r PT.tI* .it3mm3 '7 'Y 00'JVBu,T, dO ac) 7-Qtua v *I 'ep ix9unuix WFf AA ?`,'Ju2:1:?P -MS , ZS6S ZLZOS
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ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES 77 II Ne Vblam. 147 Art 14 PaS.s S1S•S36 Octobe:9, 1969 Editorial Director 8dltor-br_C'hiej PETER D. ALBERTSON MARC KRAUSS AVT11DY OF ADJ~1Y .. ~~tD1~ED POLa1lARTHRi'~ IN TNr~ ~'~ WtTH ;~ . c.T6 ATED~'` • IILLIAN KATZ AND SAM J. PIIdERO NEW YORK . _PUBLlSHED BY THE ACADEMY 0 sooo 0 1 7 7 1 s 0
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- 50272 5949 ~sMO~:do~tvat~ ttt~ditttr#~ ~ A.*ID ITS ALKYL bERIVATIVES. ~ 109. hiarfo COLA ed Angelo PEROTTI. - ' ' 06-1 . suftifiiaiy. -= Tl,e proton magnetic.resonznce spectra of pyrazole and Gazz. Chim. Ital. 94 (11) 1268-77 & summary (1964) 73 III Co STUDY OF TR~ PROTON ~t'AGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTRA OF PYRAZOLE : some of its methyl-,eth3•l and propy l-derivativos are studied in order to investit;a,te the possibility of finding some diQerentia.tion betnen the po• sitions 3 and 5, at least as far as the chemical shielding is concerned. Prom r'.'M.It. spectra it is found that such a difference become evident only when the nitrogen bound hydrogen is substituted. Some estimate of the electronegativity in the different positions of the 'pfrazole ring are reported. :
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VI ~kudi~s _ ie ,visooaiay and str~ac,tut~: o~ ~ Krl solutlonaz ~.It vi$Coalty af - t+uo•fdarpo+nenti syste.^ns!, Nicotine-water- erld nfcotin+a-meEhY1- Kryazi.~+eki. MaMian GUt}di.ewcre.s SADAEIE SrRLi:':U:ZY I LEWCSCT, 't2aZT'h'Cc~Q'rl CZ-a I. L~FKnSC L'wL1'fi)C`~i CSiL'~i(IAD,fL:^J~.~YL7i: NL'CQTYI:A. WOUA I KI=YNA,YETHYIAET.=XB~mPt, (Studies in virseosity and etrM::ttre og colutions. I. Viscosity of u.vacokW:Wnt systema: Hieotine- .vatsr and aiootiae•nx:thylathylkci:q.xW.) Zeazyty Hauk. Politech. Ladt. Chcm. 10.61(No. 10 [whnle No. 36]) 29-4fl (1951) - Tn ~Ifah with Ea,gi ish Euamary. e~
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50272 5967 DiSSERTATIrnTS--tr,liYERSiTY nP MARYLANn/ApROSm,g__Fr,.rpATinN/ q/ FTITFRS AND FITTRATIn , nD 549 Fa 1977 7a-et91, . fAN. IGIo-chun9~,, 1945- ~ ~ ~aa~ -AVOo~, rr' T-j~~~_ IDDE4 iRlO:Ftt7Eit~ ~f~ 621.tw University of Naryland. Ph.D., 1977 En9ineering,'themical University Microf7ms fntemational, Amm«.mwwwma 0 5 0 0(1 0 1 7 7-2 3. .. ... ,_ . ~~.. .. .. ~_ .._... . - -
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II SY t ~L~i xX' t~L~ i~TlN~ ?R'1'PTOlt~'M~``1'L~'~IT`' RO.-- EFFBCT OF TARTAR, BMBT-~YO$~~L~NiIt#! 1~Y'FASOLISi3~ AMJORMb -`l49tfSLR=L2'PER Amer, H. Sa-riv aTUDU-S 1?I'rH T24pTOMW M3TAJ3OLITES IN VITR4. -II EFFECT OF ?':.-: -PtsR .-NETiC ON Y.Y:~iu;~Ni`.IE t-:ETG.E.'~OLISH BY .`:311AUA-t. r:OUSE LIVER, by H. SFimit ~s:~c; t.. FI. f,bd; l-A&ita End G. A. Abde1-Tavak Biochcm. Pharmacal. 16, 1227-36 (July 1967) ~ o. o s~ o n o~ 77 ti
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t?.SAQnO t ~.?._2 4P eOl c,~j$t?~dj~E`~Si~fal~~.3.tf.'~~:' W Woolley, Dilworth Wayne, 1914- Bibliography : p. 249-281. xilt, 289 p. llius. 24 cm. A study of antimetabolites. New York, Wiley t19521 1. Antimetabolites. Q,P801.A65W6 612.0153 51-13124 ~~ Ltbrary of Cougress 120q .. y
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I L 50272 5953 ~ VII Re-76 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VII Re-76 s.p. Baker, J. B. . . ~ ~ . • . _ . . . • i I (N. C. Statq Coll.s De . Bot.p Raleighp N. C.s U. S.) • : ... _ ,. ~ S'Nl>~ Ol~ TAl~ kC'~'1C~ i~:~IALB~.~~iDilARID>lt' 0!t lAD~:TSS~YOF "i'~81hC~ Ali~ OT[iER BLAi'!'S.~ ~ . . ; . ~ Physiologia Plantarum 14,,76-88 (1961) (in English) is study showed that SIH at concentrations of 0.0131 and above inhibited l ' osygen uptake by tobacco tissues to varying degrees, depending on the pH an inhibition of of the solution bathing the tissues. At pH values near 7.0 , 10-20 9/s occurred during the first hour after vacuum infiltration of the tissues by solutions containing MH, while at pH 4.0 the inhibition increased to 30-30 percent. Although the effect is quite apart from the action of tlu compound on mitosis at very low concentrations it nevertheless could , ~nssume importance •when applied in heavy dosage as in tobacco sucker control. 1Cordsse maleic hydrazides tobacco, addltive.
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CARBON MONOXIDE/HYDROGEN CYANIDE/ III Me9 76 StuBp ot the sarts taxklty'o!"riittjW a116 ~ S. P. 1O ar p3rrolysis of materlah. - by R. TRUHAUT, C. BOUDENE and J. M. )OIIANY (Paris) Aner considering the various possibilities o j study of the toxicity of combustion and. pyrolysis products of materials, we have chosen to look at the symptoms and mechanism.t of the intoxications (30 minutes) and the events happening during the recoveries of two animal species, rats and rabbits. The first step was to appreciate, in our own laboratory experiments, the risks induced by the major toxicants which can be involved In pyrolysis and combustion products, that is CO, CO, with and wil/wut lack of O„ HCI and HCN. Two kinds of intoxieations have been set up : 0 in spontaneous ventilation, rats have been intoxicated in restraining tubes and rabbits in mask-cages. LC„ have been determined and the action of toxicants has been mainly observed on the respiratory system. Long term recoveries have been checked; . in controlled ventilation, the amount of toxicant going to the pulmonary alveola is well known. Vigil, eurari:ed and locally anestheli_ed rab¢its artificially Dentilaled-hatw bren-jLsed. -__Undrr the action of vurious amounts of toiic ga:es, 4 5 0 0 0 0. 1 7 7.1 7 I
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50272 5918 73 III Al SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ Studiwim-Terpenroic ".-Part4M "jbf`ar='~~'"anfone ar.-lSOhilInefOIIO~ &-COBYCISim- - Of ax•DihYdVotu;merQne`t&a5-_m~ Sc&c}nit+erpan&d-,1ncane_"f Uj.. J..&I «Cb..,i.tr7 rrL 1% Asiwt 1972, M 7s9-rn JOSE ALEXANDER & G. S. KRISHNA RAO Depattmaat of Organic Chemistry, Indian Iastitnte of SckacR, Bangalore 12 YenKscri?t rsuiosa 23 Novsscbsr 19y1: .ccspkd /oi pwbliodiew I Fsbruary 1972 Tde synthesis of ar-isoturmerone (IV), reported for the Arst time Involves the following reactions: decarboxylation of B.p-dimethyL-a-cyanocinnamic acQd using pyridine gives a nitrile talstnre (a.0- and 8,7-unsaturaced). Grignard reaction of equilibrated P.p-dimethylcinnamo- attrile with isobutylmagnesium bromide gives ar-isoturmerone (IV) which has been assigned a tront-structure on the basis of its NMR data. The sysathesis of ar-atlantone (V). also being reported for the /trst time. is achieved via bromioation followed by dehydrobrominatton (LkCO~- LlBr-DMF) of ar•dihydroturmerone (111). ar-Isotnrmerone (iV) and ar-atlantone (V) are bio- 4eaetically related to the naturally occurring sesquiterpenoid lcetones, (-L)-trans-atlantone (1) satd n.turmerone (1I). The conversion of or-dihrdroturtnerone (IU) to a sesquiterpenold iedane (VI) Ls also reported. \ 1-NL'R recent synthesis of (R)-(-}-)-baxs-atian• o 0 . 5__0. . ~0, .6 . 0- j. 7 . 6-8
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6 AMA'_110tAN, t•HARAl. Y.Xf V(Y[ i 1b7~ d,99+ j!]tl ~ II Rel-19 S,P.. ~'~ I~ Jan Gudej StP~~4~hr~l.~t~~ Jx ~~d.ua~ V!!,~ ~2f,ua1 f j • BADA1vIa OLEJ3CU ZIELA SIERPMCY POSPOLITEJ -- FALCARIA ~ V ULGARIS, BERNII. (UMBELLIFERAE) * J. Ciudej 0,90W* ; (iWM4JlFpRdBW-:v, Summary ~ The volatile oil, dist:l!ed from herbs of Fu(niria vui?aris P,ernh. from either natural statior.s ar.d cultures, was invest~,r,atcd. The oil contcnt was found to aaerage 0.160'/a in the herbs from cultures, and 0.166'/o in one-, from natural stations. Physical features oC the uils h:,ve been determiaed, and their chemicel composjtion. was investi;ated by chromretographic methods. By means of thin- -layer and gas chromatography, a-p!nene, {1-pinene, camphene, u-phellandrene, 11- monene, 1,8-cineol, p-cymrne, tenchone, fenchul, isobornyt acetate, isoborneol, bisa- bolene, borneot, carvone and anethol have been identified. Qualitative composition ' of the oils was similar, but the per cent content of some constituents was diffe- rcnt. , .. • .~ .~J+«`..f,4ow . . ~ ..,A,.... _ . .
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0 (856T =arSaAaPi) h6-Z6L (IT •ai.') L7 •aos5'V Igal~n~ao~~E~,d •MV •anar •q'Ie_Is •R tToa1eo gus tazu2il •0 ausr={! 6q `SiiQZXO*'.ad QNV SmSOn zi{3S AO J.LIA:J.3V aIS.!d7[YMIUh'Y glLT, AEo xQA1,S V •0 s~.-infl 'Tazuap dO-~i.IAIL'W _~YLtiIT~'igE~Lt~T~ 8~L 30 1~tH'!~S '1/
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~ - 50272 5936 7e VI Re-Y4 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET TZVI Re-74 s.p. S•p• Osdene, T. S. - (Philip Morris,•Res. Cent., Richmond,Va., U. S.). STtJDIBS `0~ `2'ltACR `META~ °'D~S~`RYB~l~ `~ ~tt~Il~'bBN~I~ ~'#~'~~ CORESTA, Sci. Comm., paper, Nice, Fr. (Sept. 10-12, 1973) (in English) (Prevfous reference - abstr. only - complete paper available now). *Keywrords:* cadmium, cured, constituent; cadmium, green, constituent; aickel, green, constituent; nickel, cured, constituent; cobalt, green, constituent; cobalt, cured, constituent. ~..}`+... 4:1. %!. ~==~] *1974, No. 14, W 5998* *d* - ~, Tobacco chemistrp (analysis)s . . -, .- ~ . . ~- . • _ . . - ~ . . _ ~ . . - . . ~
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72 II Rel-73 The Australian Jour. of Dairy Technology 28(2)70-77(1973) S.P. STCIDIES ON V',t~3EY_-PROCESSt~tG-- B~`. - ULTf~"-~TR"~~'~~{~N • . ; COMPARATIVE PERFORMANCE OF VARIOUS ULTRAFILTRATION MODULE" ON WHEY FRO HYDROCHLORIC ACID CASEIN AND CHEDDAR CHEESE 7 f ~~~ ~ ~ 3 ~ . By~. L. MULLER and 1: F. HAYES, Dairy` ge~earchr Lor tory,9Div sion _of ~FQ~ Re earch, =11~ ~ and y L l . `-f T. GRIFFIN, Gilbe hand r InstJtuto of DaJ'qC Tech o o/gy, rr' ,}1/icto ' ~ S~ ~ S Surartuiry Preliminary studies have been made on the performance of five types of ultrafiltration • ~ (U.F.) equipment on hydrochloric acid (HCI) casein whey and Cheddar cheese whey. The U.F. modules included in the study were selected from those desicned to operate at •low" pressures - up to 690 kPa. Pilot plan:s were constructed to include U.F. modules with numbranes of celiutose acetate (Abcor Inc.. Patterson-Candy International) or of synthetic co-polymers (Amicon Corporation. Dorr-O!iver). An operatinc temperature of 30'C was used throu.-hout to minimize m.ictobial growth and optimize performance. Typical permeation rates are given for each of the U.F. pilot plants. On each plan t HCl casnn N%hey cave pcrrucatioq rates aseraring only about 605"0 of those for Cheddar cheese .%hey st their normal pH ralues, respectn•ely, 4.1-4.4 and 5.7-6 d measured at 50'C. H v lue 4 4 t s H 4 d hi^h • i 1 • a . ratts a p on rates at p . an ce:meat - e low _.,Both. .Fws rss _,,_ .. .« ~ 0 S f1 o n 0 1 77i
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~: Aust. Jour. Biol. Sci. 26 (4) 793-812 (1973) ~ .. XX hteF-F-ift-74 S~'EJt?tES' C3~ `t+~ M~R . By D. J. MARESs f and B. A. STot.E'; ><.sc~Uc~i-9o0Mrostrxr. ~ -ANr -: # [Manuscript received 9 October 19721 1•1 r 01 3 Abstract A method is dcscribcd for the isolation of wheat endospcrm cell walls free from non-cndospcrmic cell walls in a 70;; ethanol medium which prevents the loss of water- soluble polymeric components. The isolaied walls have been fractionated by successive extractions w ith water, 0•OS•.1 EDTA, 4• 27at KOH, and 4• 38a NaOH containing 0• 81 M H,BO,. The cell walls, as isolated, contain 14-1S % protein and 7S°; polysaccharide, 8i % of which is arabinoxylan, whilst the remainder consists of equal amounts of 0- 6lucan and /t-glucomannan. Walls prepared froni Insignia, Olympic, and Wren wheat flours a-cre very similar, both ..ith respect to the proportions of the polymeric eom- ponents and to the monosaccharide composition of the walls and wall fractions. The appearance of endosperm cell wails in situ and in wall isolaates was examined by light ni:roscopy, scannir.g ar.d transmission clrctron microscopy, and a technique is describcd for the scannin: 'e.cctron microscopy of walls in endosperm sections. q '~a ~a~s~c -watis aa thc cell> ' . . ~ ~ . , 0.5 0 0 0 0 1' 7 74..9
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