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50273 0015 TOR ACCO--CURING--CHE'tICAL CHA?N1GE/T013ACC0--ENZYMES/ 77 VI Ch2 R)R CLASS NO. Pr1^iPNLET 77 Vl Ch2 Cllenikov, V. V. ; 1lntoncnko, I. G. ; L?..asoruiko, Ai: -G._ I . i:010 affil.)* Clif'tNG):S OF STRl1CTURE AND ACTIVITY OF UlP{iENOL0MDASt: DUP.ING TOBACCO LEAVI=S CURING. Fiziol. Biokhim. Kul't. F;ast. 8 (No. 3) 304-6 (1976) .(in Russi:rn with Engl ish sun•mi.IrY) *):eywords:* diphenol oxidase, cured, cr>nslituent; Polyhlfenol oxidase, cured, conslituent. I'rolcin "ifh polyphurolo~idase acli~ily is oM; in d frmn /llc toh: rco Ica%.^s by (NF1,);50a prcrij•iUtion at :WJ% s;,Inr: Gon. 7o:,:,:io p.•lyphcnc,l ~i fa.r is di%idcd into 3 iko_nry-rncs h}• Lclfifrration on Scphadcx G-11Ky. Th!ir rnol•cuiar ti:c-iLl,l ia delcnninc•d. It is ahow•n lh,t u'len curinr Ihe tohacco Icaces Ihe n,olr•arlar uc7ght rrf polyjficnoloxidase dentases 2nd if trarisfornrs from thc buund f<nm irao Ihc."lubtc onca tv ` 7
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50273 0028_ RC 773 Za 1974 ¢~~Q e;so1rFz~rr~° o .~ ' ~ m ~ ~ ~A A CRI TICAL REVIEW Edited by "WITOLD--W: ZAHORSKI ~ The University Press of New England Hanover, New Hampshire 1974 o~c~~nr~o7~or~
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50273 0022 .~ -- - - -~: Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1831-1910. Zahlenwerte und Funktionen aus Physik ... 6. Aufl. 1950- (Card 2) CONTCNTB.-I. Bd. Atom- und Atolekularphysik: 1. T. Atome uod Ionen. 2. T. Dfolekeln i(KerngerUst) 3. T. Dioleken II (Elektronen- hUlle) nebst elnem Anbang zu den TeilbInden I/1, 1/2. I/8. 4 T. Kr(stalle. 5. T. Atomkerne und Elementartellchen.- IIt. Bd. A,atronomle und (ieophyeik.-IV. Bd. Technik: 1. T. Stoffaerte nnd mechanlsches Verhalten von Nlchtmetallen. For individual titles- see shelf list card. 1. Physlcs-Tables, etc. 2. Chemistry-Tables, etc. i. BSrnstelu. Itlchard, 1852-1913. n. Title. !v(:61.1.33 r^ ~ b41.9 b1---16Gts Library of Congress I ; 8rlf5klj : ,. F~ ~ ~ ~ r U 7~3 9 4 _.
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J..: . . ; ... : ~ . . Cesellschaft Konsum titicr. Absatzforschung (6FK), News Release, NurnSerg, *(Za1il.der• Rauchc.t,blieb..unvcrandert.)*, ' . tNMBER OF SMOKERS P.EMAINS UNCiIANGED. -. 76 X, Ge'_ , . " RJR CLASS NO. PAMPIIFLT 76 X Ce Cesellschaft Konsum Market Absatzforschung (GFK), Nurnberg, Cer. .-V •.1-.1!• . ... i I . • -AF..r 50-273 0019 ..--- • TOBACCO-.-Stt~~NG--SURVEY/SMOKING HA"I~Ix$=-GEP.M~/ Cer. (1976) (In German with English abstract) ' _ *Abstr, in: Lebensmittel ?.eitg. 1976, p. 56 (Apr. 15, 1976)* _ The number of cigareite smo ers has changed very 1ittl`6ver the past years, in spite of heavy anti-smoking campaigns. More than 501% of men 'in the age froup up to 39 smoke cigarettes. In the age group of 50-69 it is 42%. Cigarette smoking among females is more popular in the lower age group. 407Z of females in the age group up to 29 smoke cigarettes. The number of smokers iS e group of 50 and above. in the a to 157 do - ~ g . wn ' .... : . . ._~. _ . . I 0 , n n 06.0769 1 f
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50273 0024- ~ PUi3LiC RELATIONS COUNSEL I~ ,'t P\ ! Y O ry I lf ~ ~l1lCl ASS0ctatCS,jnG F. 0. BOX 523 • 13 LINCOLN ROAD • GREAT NECK. N.Y. 11021 •(212) 895-7445 i FOR: THE COUNCIL FOR TOI31'.CCO RESLARCH-U.S.A., Inc. FOR RELEASE .lN AM' S OF TUESDAY. AI'R:[L 8_1__1975 News About Smoking and Hcalth ST UDY INTERACTION OF GENETIC AND ,...,._: 1 EXTERNAL INFLUENCES IN LUNG CANCER 1\'ew York -- The interaction of genetic and external influ- ences in lung cr.ncer and other disezses cali now be better studied ye].Qpe,~_~l cOniclues, The Counc~_7l for Tobacco becaiu LY e : 0 of f~e~fl en ~~1Y dc~ .i ~ • (1 ~ .,
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50273 0027 ; Unitrersity P.Ficrofifms lntemational, Mn Arpor, Mich,yan 4ll108 - --------------~ `0 6 n 0 n t~ i3 ! r; 9 y' DISSERTA IOVS--UNiVF.RSITY OF~PITTSRIJRO/ 78-9561 III -7$ ~N~IISF,R~.,;14ark-Stuartr-3947- -~~2 Klhixl`IC 1F.S GF~S Fii~LSE RFI,CTIa:S S. P. OF ci nMG ANO c7o N:b at RwtGUS oF I )1E017fAN(X W Tlic S1i2ATD61i00. University of Pittsburgh, Ph.D., 1977 Oianistry, paysical . .
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Za r'-.v+s..'.+L^~.. . ....~. ...~....--.. w+7r..-.....~.....-~.-...;..r„ . ,....... ._~..., .~.-- ...:...,-__...~...l.,....... _.r. ...-~.- f RJR Ct hSS 2i0. PA'u'iILET 71 Y.' Za •'Laim; Leofistd; Associates, Incorporuted, Pu~j1ic Relations Counsel, Great Neck, tI. Y., U. S. -r I;Esf TOI3ACC0-IiF.ALTII G:{11`:'1S A::\OliNCED; ONE HF-LI'S R:VIVI: FP1 iI:•:GIIA:'4 I:Z1~:;i : STUDY. ; Za%n, Lconard, Assoc., Inc., Pub. Relations Counsel, News P.elease, I Great i:eci:, N. Y. (Nov. 9, 1971) (in English) i 0 ..`I-1fA1.,(Noj)22QW()65j/* ",j.,n9 a Tobacco ruedicine:
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50273 0030 s-W ";icr .- ' ,Za3.de1!.i A. --N. TABLES 0F SPECTRAL LINES, by A. N. 2tudel', V. F,. Pro':aP'tv, S. H. &eiakii, V. A. Sl.Evoyi F.red B. Ya. Shrei.dair 1970 IFI/ Plc.num 782 Pagea Ntrw York
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50273 0033 ': 1968 OY SOME PECLZIARITIES OA MS.TABOLT.S!4 OF MICROCOCCUS GLUTAI`SICUS llVARF .. iAN'F FRGDIU^.I*:G LYSI:aE, by Z. ti. Zaitzeva, and S. Z. Mindlin Mikrobiologiya 37 (No. 1) 103-108 (1968) , , . Ci
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50273 UuI'+ . I Zagorski., H. J., Jt. Author „_V. II, United Sr.cte© Air Force, Air p'GrcE Systeias Ccsasnd, E1c:_tro:tic :;yQte= Livis3.ou, Directo- rcrc c: C~:»Yt~;:ex~. T+'tZI'CsT,S Z~:.4Y' AFt-'FC)•' $it~ CCSYi1' CL' CCI31'L"T'T.'..R PRQGF.f,:O:xi:3s VOL. 1. A QL'ALM ANALYSl.S, VOL. II; By L. F',arr; E. M;waa aua H. J. Zaqoxcki. 1954 53 p., 118 p. • Clear±r.rho,iae for Yedei-F:1 Sclcntiiic fod acch::S.cQl ~uzar~aCian, t3ept, ox Cw'neree, Springfielci, Virpinxa i: 6
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50273 0001 , ~.,.... . . _. _ ..... ..: .. «+w.,.... •• • - - ~' `CE-E~tISTRY, ORGANIC--P,EARRANGEM-t NTS/ ORGANIC crir.RtrsrFY XX HeF-D-WY-73 . .. Studics on Structures and Conformations of.Tcrpcnic Oximcs and • ,r" . Lactams. 1-rI. The Lecl:mann Rearrangement of Oximes of Ivicnthone Carvomcnthone, Dihydrocarvone and Carvone i by - l3ULLE'1'IN DE L•ACnDmaStE potANatsr: bMs scjF:.cr.3 A:-ZAI32,A-, C. N'dAWP.ZC,I~TCZYK and H. KUCZYf4SKI Etrie des sciences chtmtqucs - Yolume XX, No. 7, ] 1 -'Preseuted by 11. KUCT. Y11 SK/ on February 16. 1972 •° 631•G : ' Sumruary. The Beckmann rcarrangcuunt of oximes of mcnthonc (I), carvomcnthonc (11),•dihydro tarvonc (111) and carvonc (IV) in the rrescncc of tosyl chloride as catalyst in sodium hydroxide aqucors-acc.onc mixtures was invcstigatcd. The, structures and configurations of the oxinics and of lactanns obtaincd by tl:cir rcarrangcmcnt were elucidatcd on the basis of IR and NbtR spectra. It was found that the sizc of the substitucnt in the position a!pha to the oxintc group or to the lactam nitro,-,cn atom has a pronounced cticct on the conformations of the oximcs and lactams. ._ ~ ---......,..-~..r•
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TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE & T?.ADF.--NOISE/ 50273 0035 RJR TRANSLATION I:J R• CLAS S NO. 7 RP.NSLAT I ON Kelemen, M. *(no affi~~)* POSSII~LE/j10ISE KEnUCTIONS IN A TOBACCO FACTORY. * (~; ~a~~s6kkcrnrcq-~3 E+rflt~~ ~ ~A`i'"~`'rd j'WhI°Fi rtr4 z ~ * Dohanyipar 1976 (No. 3) 88-95 (1976) (in Hungarian - complete English translation available.) ' are - --•-- ---- - - - ... _ - -•-- -- -- . .. . - In a first part, funda,nental concepts of noise and noise damage described. This is followed by a brieff survey of protection against noise~ In°a second part, noisy work areas in the tobacco factory at Eger outlined and acti-vities~: concerning the reduction of noise reported. © 7 a _t
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5027-3 0034 QC He , 1974 (1979 reprint) ELECTROMAGNETIC THEORY/POLARIZATION/DIFFRACTOMETRY/ FOURIER OPTICS/ . Hecht, Eugene; AlfJa~~ (Adelphi University) OPTICS 565 pages Addison-Wesley Publishing Co. Reading, Massachusetts ~ :/ r• ~~ 7~~ ! f! I X/~,cl~/) ~ l I y v 6
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Ref. •~zAHhElat~.~,'~ M QC ' E.STRO?df)MM;' Gi©MSIK UAiD •T"r~C~HlM.. > b1 Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1831-1910. L Zahlen.certe und Funktionen aus Physik, Chemie, Astrono- mie, Geophysik und Technik; in Geme-inschaft mit J. Bartels tet al.l und unter vorbereitender bsitwirkung von J. D'ans tet al.l hrs;. von. Arnold Eucken. 6. Aufl. Berlin, Springer, 1950-(r 3,A....Igv. dlagrs., tables. 28 cm. At head of title: Landolt-BBrnstefn. Previously published under title: Physfkalisch-chemiscbe Tabellen. Includes bibliographies. (Continued on next card) ,58r55k11 51-1668
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50273 0029 i:Z ».,3 --:? IM; :/;C0 t~^1. •.7 ~(l)(l.~j;2)51~-2? ~.h. Z I1:.71.r)v:C: LV:`~LUi:TfUiV OF 1.:.:l:CZaO'[. IN RATS E. hPOST'^i..O - I:. •LA1'"LAf.OT1'f 'V7S1F:C'S Qi1AII7Y CON7i.OL LARGnATORlES - C'SA~iit:01'U (COhfO) - ITALY in Itla?_iar~ with English L't1IG'•!at'y .SL,:.imAR~. -- A strrdy vlas 7Y.aae to e.'a!<<a!e vaf?ilJn.' irrillliion produced hy r'.rr irltirJU(!ray acroso! U7 rats, infi'clec< ir::ravcgirtally witlJ a co:ularll volv- t::c oJ {~roarrct. At c.cts:.lisi:M pcriods il:c marrrals u,ere s,:cri`ce1 and llrc vaginas disS.^.CtCd out: thc orrans wcre fixed arrd scctions H•rre staincd by !hc i:;?cWnhix~lir:-c >si,t rc~l:.riyuc. MicrcScoric irrl•csti~ :iion nms rrtad^c ilJ ordc'; to evaluate Ir:(lcOUs r/telN- bnrr:c. riroa:fcutiar; untreated rals werc used as cortrcls. s ~1 OrJ 0 o l! :~ I~i 0 1
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50273 0012 78 XI Ad~ ~ S.P. , I a.r, . c Pi) r%ryl/y:i.:/1 >G7•97.ti_ Q Jautlrcrn Univcrsicics f'rc•s. 1965 A,\AI-:'SIS O: SOiili:•PSYCIHO-SOCff1L Vi1:ZIi\i1LLS ASSO^,I.1;i:D . 0\%:'11'II SMO:a\G 13EHAV10R IN A COLLI:GE SA~ii',' .)r.)r , t 0 IfA~r, AND LOUIS A. LUrtCltr:;c, ](i.t UIIIPCIf:l~ q~ /irl:4/1~`-_~ . • AIBrININAcr 1'h:Illrl,:il~N! SaninTdri -l7nr tit, purprssc• rrf .?c•rivir.r an.l fnra-ulatin-r, fruirfat rescarch hyl•,ttltcscs alu0ut snntc psychn-soci.ii s spccts of sr:.akir.;: Lc ::.6r•r. ;l c autr,oa Jcvisrd and a.lm:ni~tcrc:i an ca, lor.rtury qucstinnnairc to 2,57:i co:i,gc fresirr:s.n and sophrnaore vu&nts. !n this p.alxr arr- Jsrescntcu snrnc prclim;nary findings ot tiie qucstiann.+irc• yuocaiurc•. Tl:c ciata arc arr.tn.,:c.i to , n;:;t ru ccrr•rin cnr.• stt•lbr,inns of clifkrc•r.cc•s among \r,n•sr.iu*:crs, Quictc•rs, )_i~;la Srno'.:c•rs, anri Heavy S:nokcrs and i)ct%.cc•n mAcs and frmalc•s for thucc four subLrnups. S;x- cific sug„cstions arc m.rdc by the authors (or furthv rescarch. i SysrCt:lltic rCSCarc11 on ti:c.psyciuo-social asixcts or sr,~o~inb bchavior :s :. ., rclarivdy rcccat UGclcria::ng (sCC, ft)r eXarili le, Y11CV152Ci, S:71ili1Cin, & \:/iiC:, 1956; Horn, Cour;s, Taylor, ~C Solomon, 1959; Pl::nishayi, 1951; Lynr., 19•:9; SalSCr, \\lclsh, & Taylor, 19052; Lawtcn, 19G2; Scl;ubcrr, 1959; 'McArtiiur, Cr::i- dron, fi Dicicinson, 195S; Macarazzo & S: slow, 1960). The currcnt intc:t:sc ir. . • suci: tnvcstt a;to:u is ::n:artl :ov:ccA a r•;tilt of (he tm cttu o tne R g y ~ p j p y ~ of tl;c Sur-ccn Gcnc:al's lklvisory Commit.cc on Sti,oanb and i-lcalcn (:r5.), r which sumcnarizcd the cvidcncc Iiukin- smoking and a number o: scrious pnysi- All • olosicai cticcts. Ir^ . 0 - tU 7 ?i ,; ~ ,
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TOBACCO--CET.LS / 78 VI Za RJR CLASS NO. PAi`iPHLET 78 VI Za 4,ZajGl~tU-° ; Coltrin, D. (Unif. .; Dep. Agr. Biochem., Tucson, USE OF ?5CTIN ENZYMES IN A STUDY OF THE OF TOBACCO LEAF CELLS. Plant Physiol. 39, 91-95 (1964) *Keywords:* pectinase, tobacco, ` A commercial jKctinase preparation has been used~ to separate large quantities of living tobacco leaf cells `from each other. An enzyme A%hich is effective in 1the separation of the cells has been isolated from ?this preparation. This partially-purified enzyme is i il0 to 15 times as active (protein basis) as the com- ~mercial preparation. The enzyme is very effective in hydrolyzing pectic acid, .,•hile completely esterified ~peetie acid is not attacked. It has no proteolytic activitv. From the substrate specificity of this en- ~J~rx it is suggested (at the material binding the 50273 0031 Az., U. S.) NATURE OF INTERCELLULAR CEMENT (in English) additive. 'leaf cells togethe-r-is pectic acid ~~ith few earboxyl i !broups esteri6ed. The reaction appears to be com- ~ ;plex, however; cell separation im•olves more than ~ the simple cleaving of pectic acid. Op occasion, the ~ ~enz.•nie is not very effective in separating cells, but 'full activity is restored with 0.001 -,t ethylenediarnine- i ; tetraacetic acid. Calcium ion but not \a, K, or Vg ( interferes in the cell separation reactivn at low con- i centra_tions. It is siigaested that the calcium associ- i ated .vith the middle lamella is rather transitory. - (, 0 6 o n r ) ii (j 7 ~ k"), .S ..
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ANNALES 1- c UNIVERSITATIS 'MARIAE CURIE-~KLODOWSKA 50273 0006 LUBLIN-POLONIA ' , V_OL• XX71I, 12 Kieroa•llik• prol. Cr :tTSrIan Pvta,+ Stanislaw PATYRA SECTIO DD f-'7• /,3_S-/411 Z Katedry Fiztoiogii Zu•ierzit Wydzialu WctcrynaryJncgo WSR w Lubanie 1968 nie s~~~rt~lrCc'~ ado«•i~~j ~ ~ ~ro i~a~ on ~t m1bin Cc~~ 2tr~ l.ob~ti_, ,~ ~~, , a ' rfoHejtenile KpacNbrX it Geabt!C KpOt1ANb1Y Tel7e1( a neptld)eptvtecuoii spo3tt y Kponttnos nocac tuc•beruttit xyaapttita II CoAl-18~ SThe Behaviour of Erythrocytes and Leukocytes in the Peripheral Blood of the Rabbit after Coumarin Adnlinistration Kumaryna i jej pochodne majZ wieloraki tvptyw na orbaniztn zvde- rzqcia. W tviGkszym lub rnniejsz}•m stopniu dzialajq spazniolit}•czr•ic, moczopGdnie luh uspoic,ijaj.jco, iitoll,ct zwaluiac procL•sy niet,li;oliCxnc (6, 9, 10, 11). . 7.wrcicono r6wnici uwa.4,; na l:orrystnc dzi,1lanir kulM1,r3•ny N.• pi'o- ccs(((~ss•'''cfcil~i:apa~tlyf)t i fop(y•r_h (fi, 6), co byc tnozt- t~•iazc, si~; Nz ':~1i Alll~.li 1a1i11U1'{io~\'(7 ltl"•V1, ~::C'!.l'1~tllllll; 7.a5 na liT~~•S[llil 1Jla1l'. n.,t....t, . ..... •...... •.~.... . .. ,>
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50273 0011 X oPARC rn°-o -$AAAxIA- #'YOHL?JI04'ii10REZOS6I. t7 Ci F...::::. r- ..'.';. z:_.. _;' L1, 4.:.~ Josc~ 'iZ~s:d.d +U' ~ej~ou~sk; a+d ` Al~c~yn Pe.a6~ar,k~, ~F.il~..t.'. ` , .~J. ..•.i!~_ - ........-. _. ~.,. . v..~. - ... i1.C5 ~J `h fl [1 ~ ti :; i1 / ~: ~, s
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5027-3 004 1 78 III Ro Kin fics & Catalysis 18_(1 Pt.2) 214(1977) LOW-TEMPERA URE OXIDATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE ON PIITIiALOCYANINES .R LJ ~ B. V. Romanovskii, R. E. Mardaloishvili, UDC541.128 •V: Yu; Za:k~ srov;;O. M. 2akharova, and T. G. Borisova In studying thetbatalytic properties of phthalocyanines (Pc) of the transition metals we have found that CO is oxidized at low tpmperatxires (down to -78°C). Before each experiment the Pc samples were carefully ground* In an agate mortar and evacuated at 280°C for 10 h. The oxidation of COwas studied by a static meth- od in an all-soldered circulating system (vol. 238 cm) with CO2 frozen out in the cycle; a microcalorimetric method also was used. The results are shown here for p-PcCo, prepared by the first of the methods described above, for a etoichiometric mixture of CO vid 02 (initial pressure 320 mm Iig): Temperatare, •C 0 21 62 Initial oxidation rate x 10, mm Ilg/g• min G.3 4.2 2.9 It follows from the results that the CO oxidation reaction has a small negative temperature coefficient. It was also found that the process is appreciably inhihitcd by the reaction product (C02); tho inhibition by CO2 has the chareteristics of-1 n a~hsorption co~petijion, On. thc other hand, in addition to reversible poisoning by C02 there Is an ii revcrs~t, c ln~iu~t'eon ~~hic is {nanjfeslc~d as a progressive decline in the rate constant ilur- irs g the reaction. It 19 only possible to restore completely ihc iNtial activity of the Pc by evacuating the sam- a
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Y - widw qllnn Npoqpuc4 IIIJ/d3 DIII . 6h00 £LZOS 0861 pZ do 3d3l(1dW0J I
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0 50273 0046 ..2ac:iw, David LHY E::ECr OF It1TP.AVEhOUS r'l"ZUCTv~E AtID Cht1C4,L•' ON THE KEPATIC a-CLYCEKOPtiQSPHFTE CO:vCk.MIR4TI0,1 IN THE P.AT, by David Zstcim ead Robcrt Ii. Ksrx.an Bi.ochiru. Bicphya. ActB 165 374-379 (1968) i
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50273 0039 e.9.as^~.a.r.axcr.aL~ru::~ The Pakistan lournal of Forestry 29(3)188-194 (1979) luly; 1979 76 II Rel-81 S.P. ~ n~~ L3-- 'A- " D1s1:ASrs OF s%N'el:T Bns1L-tn r,r:N'lr\\' [ :j 1 hhial (;adshJ:i qu(I r Sacet basil Cot inunns ba%ilicnm , a member of La.bi1tac, is F.rohabl\ • a nmke of India and Afric:~. It is TZ11-hno%%n for its aromatic qualities and use in condimcnts. The seed yielus golJen yellow ess;ntia! oil ~.%hich is emplo~ed in pert'cmcry and various be%cra;es. Cultisation of the crop is being tried at Pc,i:a s%•ar. The litcr::ture on the diseases of the crop Has, thcrcl'ore, re%ieHCd. Kvarts Khava (1958) carricd out studics on the inf,ctious %\il:in-2 (Fusariosis) in basil. The plants in the nursery \%ere found severely a.ttaci:ed by a species of Fusurirrm causing longitudinal stripes on the ,tem and chlorotic spots on leaves which \si1t and fa'.I ~ c~ n pr,~m:c~e~lyThe pao~~i \s'fs fotnd to invade the p!a+:u tln•oug;~ injurc3 roots. Plant d~i~rns, ~.c, ed ~Iun, transPlantin; materi.a anc. seeds serscd as sourrP of irfection. 7he pathog:n prosrd specilic to l)riinrrm shr 9
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50273 0037 VI Re -81 S.P.4 r Y. f r F- ~ ~ , ' * ~ ~ w + 1 ~ + 94 SCRa Atntncb 51) /llitrite in Huaan faliva C.T. Nahner, ;T.W. Patterson, P.J. Cook,,T.A. Johnson, B. Nittal, D.J. Nner, D.H. Olive, C. Saunders. ' J.L. Sollender,+lJ, t0a1s; and S. Yest. Carson Newaan College, J~~f•rs.n City, ?A 37760 and lluefield Co11eRe, sluerield, VA 24605. If nitrite in saliva can contribute to the production of cancer, the level of nitrite in youths of hiRh school and collepe uce is i.- portant. A mean concentration of 3.8 ptw (as Na1:0`) in 123 sas+ples taken 3 hours after lunch fro. 13 students at Maynard.ille Hiih School fell between the 3e ppw for 78 individ- uals at Walters State Cor:munitT Co11eRe and G. ' for 20 high school students at Carson-ttevean College in 1978 vho Ra.e senples an hour after lunch. In 1979. a group of 33 hiih school students from 18 states end Puerto Fieo who ate at the Carson-Ne.nnen Collen cafeteria Rave samples before and after lunch and dinner on two successive days. The averaK of the eight samples per prrson was 6.6 ppa. while the wedian before-meal readini vas only 4,4 pp.. Of 312 saaples, a11 34 that contsined less than 1 pps were taken before seals and a11 13 that contained 20 Ppw or eore were taken after meals. llitrite in rreen vere- ~~ ~ tables was a susrectb ^ reason _c _ er-_ 7 0 fi n ~ 0 n n ~3 ! y 0 ')
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50273 0026 a 80 II Ey-80 S.P. Arch. Gen. Psychiat. 37 (8) 933-43 (1980) Dextroamphetamine Its Cognitive and Behavioral Effects in Normal and Hyperactive Boys and Normal Men Judith L. Rapoport, MD; Monte S. Buchsbaum, MD; Herbert Weingartner, PhD; ~'~'hpo~ ~,,Z}hg PhD; Christine Ludlow•, PhD; EdRin J. Mikkelsen, MD • The effects of a single oral dose of dextroamphetamine sulfate on motor activity, vigilance, learning, and mood were compared for normal and hyperactive prepubertal boys and normal college-aged men using a double-blind crossover design. Both groups of boys and men showed decreased motor activity, Increased vigilance, and improvement on a learning task after taking the stimulant drug. The men reported euphoria, while . ., 1he ;Dor~epqAed only feeling "tired" or "different" after taking Q o 1i j l1 / th~ttim and. 4t Is not clear whether this difference In effect on .sants'-'° psychosis psychiatr tive-cond support c aroused." hypothesi: deficit"•"; occur chie mood between adults and children Is due to differing experience There 1 -e
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s027-3 0043 78 III P.o Kin fics L Catalysis 18(1 Pt.2) 214(1977) LOW-TEMPERA' URE OXIT)ATION OF CARBON MONOXIDE ON PIITIIALOCYANINES B. V. Romanovskii, R. E. Mardaleishvili, V. Yu. Zakharov, O; M:"Zakh'a'rovr(, and T. G. IIorisov'a"''''- UDC 541.128 In studying theVCatalytic properties of phthalocyanines (Pc) of the transition metals we have found that CO Is oxidized at low tprnperatures (down to -78°C). Before each experiment the Ilc samples were carefully ground• In an agate mortar and evacuated at 260°C for 10 h. The oxidation of CO was studied by a static meth- od in an all-soldered circulating system (vol. 238 cm3) with COz frozen out in the cycle; a microcalorimetric method also was used. The results are shown here for P-PcCo, prepared by the first of the methods described above, for a stolchiometric mixture of CO and OZ (initial pressure 320 mm Iig): Temperature, •C 0 21 62 Initial oxidation rate x 10, mm llg/g • min 6.3 4.2 2.9 It follows from the results that the CO oxidation reaction has a small negative temperature coefficient. It was also found that the process is appreciably Inhibited by the reaction product (COi); the inhibition by CO= has the characteFyisties of,an absorption c°~ pe~~tion~ Op• the other hand, in addition to reversii~le poisoning by C02 there Is` an irrevbrsible kib'1{ion 41fiiEh is •marflfested as a progressive decline in the rate constant dur- _Ing Uw rcaction. It is only possible to restore comnlotcl,y the initial activity of the Pc by evacuating the sam- a
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50273 0036 A61-1vR rEO sI-it DG 1? AI'm n I.F.4 p T4 :•;;At f,s rRA re ooll ufAs r,-,`c* r9cArW,S,V ~,/ Paz LA rav --,mrf19/ , W~STGr s~s/'a ~ MYRTER POLLUTON DISPOSAL AND REUSE (in two volumes) Volume 1 AaD A by J.r WlJAJIC .. University of Western Ontario 0 6 0 7 9 &nbn, Ontario. Canada j \
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5-0273 0045 E-S.SENCI:S AND ESSENTIAL OILS--GAS Cl{ROMATOGRAPIIY/ From the Faculty of Agriculture Ain Shames L`nivcrsity (Cairo and Shebin El Kom) -Nahruna 19(3)195-200(1975) Identification of the Volatll; Colistitucnts of the EgyPtian Lcmon- 9r~ss Oil Part I. Gas Chroiilatographic Analysis hS. A. ADD ALLAtI, Y. 1-i. FODA. Ai. SALLtr, hf.`S._ -,A. ZAKI hnd M. Tf. MOS7AFA The analysis of the Egyhtian Lcmongrass oil by gas chromatography indicated that about 28 compounds were clcarly detected from which 17 only wcrc known. The intensities of the idcnti- licd components proved that Citral is the main constituent in the Egyptian Lemonprass and showcd 7S '/o intcnsity. The idcntificd alcohols namely linalool. gcraniol and citroncllol have in- tensities of 7.s5• 33 and 35 io respectively. The major hydrocarbons of the ligyptian Lemon- grass oil are D-cadcninc, D-limoncnc, a-pincnc a.nd a-car}•ophyllinc. Their intcnsitics were 42•7S. 22.25, 13.50 and 3S°/, respectivcly. The other hydrocarbons showed lower concentrations. I \ ` i ~ .- l~ c7 ~ `J i 1~ iJ
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T4 gAd --=SMOKINC AND liEALTH/TOBACCO--S?Sf1RINt'.--HEAI.TH LFFECT/GALLIA CICARFTTES/ _ TOBACCO--SMOKING--RESPIRATORY TiffqiCIGARETTES--FILTF.RS--CHARCOALT CLASS NO. Yh.:,iPW,ET 74 :: Ad ,-I ~ I 4 Adam-Pesce, G. ; Simatos, A. ; Kochman, S. ; Dubois de I•iuntrcynauc3, J. ~l, ; Zamarys D.i *(no affil.)* THE EFFECTS OF A HYPOTOXIC CiGARETTE. PftELI1dINAkY RESULTS OF A I'tJ\CTIO::A1 AND CYTOLOGICAL STUDY. Mes effets d'une cigarette hypotoxique. Resultats prclimii:aires d'une etude clinique fonctionnelle et cytol•obique.)* Ann. Med. Reims 10 (No. 3) 147-9 (1973) (in French with Enzlish .-ibstract) Note: 120 snokers smoked only Gallia cigarettes for 6 months. Objective improve- ment in bronchial mucus reported. Gallia is a cigarette manufactured by the French Tobacco Monopolv and sold successfully in France. It is a ventilated charcoal filter cigarette. It is claimed that it has least "Off-flavor" of all charcoal cigarettes. *1974, No. 12, W 4824.* *d* Tobacco medicine: I ---~-----~^_.. t _ ' 0 b 0 0 tI 0 0 aa91-
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50273 0047 { CHEMIA ANALITYCZNA 21 73_p(1fl70) ] O J ! STUDIES ON rF4LB QUANTITIILTIVE DETI;..TM1fIYATION Or 'PYRIDIIVE IN. COAL TfRS. I. TsI E ALKALINE 1IYDIrOLYSIS ' OF THE I'i 0DUCTS OF T'3 : RLACTIONS OF SOME CIILOEONITROCCiiiPOITi`dDa WITIi PYIIIDINE Romuald ZALEWSKI '), Mva`"LAKRZEWSKA and Piotr TOMASIK ") "') •) Institute of Product Determination, Academy of Economics, Poznafi '•) Department of Organic Chemistry, Pedagogical School, Czqstochowa ~ Thus far any method is lacking of fast determining pyridine bases in some fractions of coal tars as well as in the coke oven gas. Some colori- : t 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 t) are limited mainly to pyridine itself and, moreover, they are time con- suming. suming. Some more refined methods are based on the gas-liquid chromato- graphy technique ='6), also combined with the sorution on ion exchangers ~). We h,ave; Vor{;ide;ed•jhe Teaytiorj of;2,4-dinitrochlorobenzene with py-ri- dine (the Zincke reaction) ~-") as suitable for quantitative determination e mititure of pyridine bases.
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50273 0050 M!CROPROCESSOR SELF-STUDY COURSE ON CASSETTES /COMPUTERS/ ;s INDUSTRIAL ~~0 v/MICROPROCESSOR 'SYSTEM _ " Rt~D1~AYZAK='~"''__. ----- "" ~:~~~ U.S.A.: EUROPE: 2344 Sixth St. 18 rue Pianchat Berkeley, CA 9471 O 75020 Parls, France Tel:415/848-8233 Tel: 1/370-3275 Telex: 336311 Telex: 211801 CopyrlgM ® SYSEX kr- 1976.1980. World rfphh reserved. No pcA of this pubOcaNqn may be stored In a retrieval vystwm, ooQisd, hnrwnltted or rproOucW In mry wpy. includinp, but not Iksutsd to, photocopy, photoprophy. moOnsHc. or otMr r.cordinp, wlthout prlor wrRtsn permission ol ths publisher. Ldary of Conprsu Card tVurnber: 158N Wrxnbsr: e95as-OS2-0 RY1tld k11fN UN/sd States of Afner/00 rrr,nr,oI09e76543 ~1 a Cl CI 0 0 U 7 `> >2
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XX MeF-D-316-19 TASTE THRESHOLD VALUES FOR METALLIC SALTS IN DIFFERENT McUTA. Dcft'Reiz- und-L-rkennungsschwellenwert fur _Metallverbindungen in verschicdcnen Prufmcdien X=aftftund ILTuuril;r rc4n•m.M~..r•ir.~M1~.l] 1n.~uUV1nl . k.Zacharias: BunJcsfurschungsanstalt fiir Ern:ihrung. In>titsu fiir If.ut.wirtxhaft. G:utnn.tr.13, 7000 Stutag;ut-711. Iluheahcim tGcrrssany) a ~ lLTuorila: Staatlichcs Tcchnischcs FurschungacnUusss. Lafv,r:rtraium ftir LchcnSmirtcIforschung f3iologinkuja 1, ' SF-1121511 E.p;xs 15 (f'innlanJ) ~ ~ (Eingegnngtn 2.Aub7cst 1978, Anbrrtnmtnen 28..5'rptrndirr 1978; ltrt 550) Tastt threshold safues tnr nsetaftic.afts In different mcdia l'. °X• 7nr airn of tite prrsent .sntd)• Mttc ';r dtterrnner thr oitrti nort and rrcoSnition threshnldc for "ntrtallic" tuoie in various tts'me.Ga. tn tltr o,oinuons Ferrous srdphatt w•as chnsen as a rnodel substnncr sincr an uqnrnuc solutinn of dris rompotntd c11 rrrspt,rr,IrQ <<r!s about mttallic tastr as e.spnsstd by indis•idtral.ttnsory judges. Drtcrtion and recognition thresholds s.•<•rr r'ctc•rminrd in 1%arrr, orange juice, and milk. On the basis of statistical analysis the following detection threshold wrrt fowrd: 3 mg Fe/t in w,nrer. 15 m; Fr I in nrnnir jnice. and ) mg Fe/l fn milk. The values found for the recognition threshold were: 10 mg Feil in water, 66 nrg Fc/1 in oran,eluirr, and t0 mg FNI in milk. The indiv&hcal panel memhtrs showed a wide ran,qe of serssitis•irv to the mndrl cotnround in the thrrc :rst rntdia. This mr:+ns tlrat the ability of an indittid:ral jrtdge to detect metallic tastr thould he trsted not rmlv wnh aqnenus snitui0ns hot a/so ssdrJt fon•(cnitf.c. In actual practice, the llstrd conctntrcnions of iron shoula. however, give an indh'ation of the• preseace of a metallic off-rairr in enses where the iron concentration is known. 0 6 n 0 0 0 0 7 a7 ~
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. ' 50273 0059 t 1 HF 5415 Sc 1980 ARCHER R ~crinAS iil ai,~~~~ ~~~mEn~~tion I 0 • I . ...- Donald W. Scotton C1EVEla7fld Statc Uf1iVErs-tY lewiE ''<N MARKETING AIOCIA I,ON 222 S. Rivcrsidc Ptaza • Chka2o. Ulmas 606OG •(312) 6U8-0536 . l ~ •~ # fl i io ~l / '~ •~i ~. t ~ ., . f
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50273 0042 I }~~pxaa eDteK~vecKOU sur 74 III ~ Za Zh. Org. Khies. 10(3) 514=19 (1974) .. 'AO" ~• wu"' s ('9'A) SYHTHETIC STUDIES OF POLYENIC COMPOU:vDS.:IXXIa. CYCLIZATION OF 6,10-DIMETHYL- . 3,5,9-UNDECATI'.1E:N-2-Oi:E ISO.iERS WIT'ci CIS-CONFICURATION OF WE 0,~-DOUBLE BOND. By .`N. I. ZAKHAROVA . ~ CIIrITETIILIECEiIIE IICC.IEjbhkllllfl • ~ B Pfi;LN.' IIO:IL`f;fl0:1bL\ COL•'jIIIICIIIIrI tiY.\I\. 0 LjII1i.1R3AIIIIII I13O1IEPOB ~ • 6,10-~TIIiEFtIZ-3,a.9-~r'Fi~Et:~\TPIIF:II-~-OI3a (IICEBA01I0ti0IIA) t. .~• C IILIC-1:OH(D,'II'YPAiLIIF.II a,; ;lBOITHOfY CBf13tI H. 11. 3axapoea, T. .11. Ou.Tunnuca, 11. A. .'.Iupono.mcxcui, JI. E. Bypoea, ~ ~. F,.It. (:g..aossa.zoe n _/.t, ~J. .1.. „/ 1(m anaar R cmeca z , r-unc-n~oaepoA 6,10-,^,'uueln( s 3,} niet arpiteet-2- • osa(uces,j,)eoaosa) upuw~ur s 1-ohca 3,5,5,Sa rerpanc7a [ 5,6,~,S zezparn~po- $al.TaZeH}•. HaSO:XRM2)[VCR B paSEOSeCAQ C nac-r-r.ouosoac, u 1-ot:ca-5,5,8a- • TpIDtemi-2-mera.Iea-4a,5,6, i,S,aa-re:ccarcjposa(tra.lesy. ]1IeSaHII3N! I(IIi:TII33P,IIII IICCB_ioEOHOHa B a- II fLIIOHOHT.T oUCy.'KAa:ICR He- Wospaixo ['-'). O;Esaho Eze:.sne reo3te,pIIn 3,4-;LBOUeou casi'aU ma crpyi;- rspsyfo EaupaBaeaQocTb 3zoii peaKrtu3 :Ko cux nop se IICc:IeAOBa:IOcb, Tah EaF: ;jo Hegasaero BpemeaII a, ~-4Slc-II30%iepbt IIceB;koII0II0IIa (Ia, 6) He 6maII srasecsgai. OcyIIqecIBiIB cCBTe3 aTII2 cJelanexaLl [`j, Dtht Itay~'WlfII 3ix noseAeHne B jrc- .ZOSIIR.'C 3Ie::TpO~iIIZbHOfI IIIII:~II3aIIlIII. t ' V .)
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50M 0053 :_ COMPUTERSI 76 MICROPROCESSORS - 1979 FROM CHIPS TO SYSTEMS RO[)NAYZIIKS. ' ~ euROrE: 313 nie Lscaubs ~ 75015 - Park, Ftonoe 1 W (1) 82b-2502 , tNsx: 200858 i 1 ~ d.aA: 2020 M/Ma Strest 0«ksfsy. CA 94704 Tak(415)448-a233 TMex 336311 cawftnr o Moc rr- w7e. w». wowa a0* a.wwa wo oa.r a uw P,wk~ mav ee aone Y+ o rar/.val qrIt.rn ood.4 harrM/b « e4podiwcs 1n any way, hc*idlnp, but not kmlti.d ta d+aocopr, oho$oaapnr, moor»ncc a oWw noorarip..,mW awr wms.n p.«mrYon a N,. vuaw»r. U unrvr a Ca,a.p c«*TAm1D«: 74ao1s4 Wv PA.row:.958a.oz1.o .4rk.cs h n+. uN+w sio+« a Mw+oa hYiMnp109870543 ~~ f~J~~f ~ =:/. ,~. r ~ :~! 1.~+. tl .y..•. , f (Seminar workbook + 8 cassettes) 1 /.
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CHEMIR:RY, ANALYTIC--QUANTTTATIVE/ CASES--ANALYSIS/AIR---POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/ QA HANDBOOK OF 576 STACK SAMI'LING Po AND ANALYSIS 1978 BY Richird J. Puwa!s, B.S. :L0}jU,..?,atlcr; !3.S. Karel I~ . Sporck, M.A. 5Q2?3 0066
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59273 0048 STUDIES ON SUSPENSInN AEROSOLS II. INFLUF:NCE OF CONTAIN'T:R MATERIALS ON AGGREGATION OF AEROSOL PARTICLES. +{ "~Y ACTA POLON, PIlARM. XXXV, Nr 1, 1970 ' n H % l % e.iir a. ti l: t••rz e w ski. U. l:atarzy ii s ka: Sturlies on sutr:en-' ~ r .inn acro.ukCID fnflueace of container mtc•rlals OII a;;i;regatir.n of acro' l i l ~ , so ~,rirt c c/ • • • SI "b /l n na 72 III Re_78 nna Ptcturct, 7.dziS`tazb Zaktzeivs7ci; Urszula Katarzy~ish,a' /~ ~ S.P. I~ BADANII: ZAWII:SINOWYCII PREPARAT6W AEROZOLOWYCIJ ~ 11. 13ADANIA \'JPLYWU OI'AKOWANIA NA YROCES AGItEGACJI CZASTI:K i t Z Zakladu rarmacji Stosotivanej IrLStytutu Nauki o Leku Akademi4 Medycznej ~; w \Yarszawie Kicrowni~k: doc. dr hab. L. Lakr:cwskr Badano tvplyw iwar<^ywa pojcninil.Gw acrozolowych, nn proces oyte- pacji czqstek iv aerozotach zawiesinowych. Sewicrc:_ono, ze rodzaj opa- kowania w 8,So/o dctcrrniuvjc zmiany w wielkoiciach alircpatuw i cz@- stosci ich tvystSpowaiiia. Zawjesiny w pojemnilcaeh aerozolowych stanowi.1 zloiony ulclad fizylco- chemiczny, w Ictorym czc;stlci tworz~ic fazq stal;i uioea 3,1czyc siq v' wiql:.sze = zc•spoly tzvr. agregaty. Proccs ten zachodzic moze w czasie przechowywa- a nia prepara},ow (l)~ uzalczniony jest w duzyni stopniu od ~~,ic1kpsci cz4- ~J h 1(~ :'tsldl4 iistopfiia';ay.41cr!y1 ukladu, doboru ~ . ... _ .. . , . t.l nrnrt.. -~• - a
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50273 0038 ' 79 II Br-AQ NEIIROB1oLOCY/ Distribution of active and inactive forms of ndorphins in rat pituitary and brain % (GFragment,stndorphin/processin};/C'-1'ra);mcnt/•acctylation/immunofluorescent immunoassay) '1~i~1~:7.A1:ARIA-' AND DEREK Sh1y TIi ~ ~ Pror. Natt. Acad. Sca. t'S:1 AlslKxu) In~titutc for.WJic.l Rewarch. %1ill llill. Lnnduo NW7 IAA, t:ngLuwl Vnf. 7fi. Kn 11, pp 5'l:3-•i'I'ifi• tirivrmlw•r II)7O ~ euri nn uy,v Communicated by Stcn j..rd 4%lo(ire, August 3, 1979 ....•c-- ABSTRACT The recent isolation and identification of the known Ix•ptides,'reflecting controlled procv•ssing o)f the n-N-acclyl forms of the C-Fragment of lipotropin (3-endorphin, 31,00(?-Mr endorphiu prohornione. residues 61-91) and the C-Fragment (residues 61-S7) JSmyth, D. G., Massey, D. E.. Zakarian, S. & Finnic, M. (1979) :\'ature MATERIALS AND NIFTHODS (London) 279, 2i2-:i4) has Icd to a sludy of their distribution in the pituitarv and brain of the rat. Regions were mapped by LPH, the C-Fragment of LPlI• the C'-Fragment, the acetyl the method of immunrifluoreccent staining and the rcaciive derivativcs of the C- and C'-Fragments, the nonadecalxptidc peptidcs were determined by immunoas.av a(ter extraction. gel (LPI-1-G1-79), and corticotropin were obtained by extraction iiltration, and ion eschange chromatography. The major im- from porcine pituitan (12, I~). ~lethionine cnkephalin was munoreactive peptides in both lobes of the pituitarv were found to be C-Fragment and .\-•acct}1 C'-hragment, whrch are weakly prepared by,synthesis. active or inactive as opiates; the C-Fragmcnt and its 1'•acety) Preparation and Characteristics of Antibody to LPII C- derivative represented minor components.7•his indicates that Fragment. The C-Fragment (5 mg) isolated from porcine pi- in the rat the circulatin, "endorphins" released from pituitary tuitary (1"a) was coupled to bovine gamma globulin (°_3 mg) by would have little morphinomimetic activity. The same four incubation with 60 mg of 1-c%clohexvl-3-(2-rrtorpholino- immunorcacti.•e peptides .vere observed in rat brain. In the ethyl)carlxxliimide metho-p-toluene sulphunate. A srnall hippocam{jys th e'~C'•1; t~a,m~t~ t.vas the principaI •ton ne't; tt; t.,i in tlrc n~idbrain lhcre.(as More GFrajuncrit'but'C'-Fr~mc~tt U amount of 1 labeled C-Fragment (--I C-Fragtttent) (about predominated; in the h.pothalamus the C-Fragment was ah.e 100 µg, 10,000 cpm) was added to permit estimation of the _ maicu-rieutidc..alntostlo_thc-cslus_ion of the otlier neotides. Tne coupling efficiency. The reaction mixturc was desalted on a
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XX MeF-D-316-79 Lebensm-Wiss. u-Technol. 12(1)52-61(1979) 50273 0004 CRI CAL OBSERVATIONS REGARDING SCALED EVALUATIONS AS IMPORTANT PROCEDURE OF ~FNSORY ANALYSIS. Kritisclie Betraclitungen zur «Betvertenden Priifirng mit .•Skale» als einem wesentlichen Verfahren der sensorischen Analyse K Paulus ; R. Z6roharias : L. Robinson" und H. Geidel••• Q 1.0 Einleituny Die Vertahren der sensorischen Analy,e kbnnen (unter anderem) in - Unterschiedsprufungen - 6eschreibende Pnifungen - Bewertende Prulungen ). eingeteiN werden 0). Bct dcn °cn c:'c^dc.^• or;4 ^go^ er!o!gt die Beurioitung von Produktmcrkmalen durch einen Zahlenwert (Punkte. Noten) aus einer Skate zum Zweck der Festst•:Itung der sensorischen Oualdat. Damd unterscheidet sich die Be- wertende Prutung grundsatzlich ven anderen Prutverfah- ren, bei denen et+enlatls Skuten verwendet werden. zum • Be' ~en atspr fu~, ode NeQynisc~e F~yfung. ^•- ~ i Didthte AsRats~furals ?;bkhst rnrhr hou.oN - czu..r. -1 • tendo Prutung mit Skale beinhallet IEdiglich grunds:tz'i- che Aussagen in bazug aut Anwendbarkert. Durcnfuh- rung und Auswertung dieses Verfahrens (2). Fur die Autstetlung von Skaten und die Ditferenznerurv7 in einzetne Merkrnate ist eine Norm in Vort:•erertung O:c historische Enhvcktung der ©ewertenden Prufunef covoe rnogliche Modifrkationen sind bereits ausfuhrtich behan- delt worden (3). Mit der verstarkten Anwendung dietes Prurverfahrens in Forschung und Praxis traten Ic:lnch ,uch dzr::! __:n rCah~ :gC^dC r^k'arh;:rlCr•. urc F%:bleme starker zutage. Ziel die;er Arbcit rst es daher, einige diesbeziigfiche Aspekte zu diskuGcren. 2.0 Das Verfahren r- I
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50273 0065 ItJit CLASS NO. PA2i'IiLFT 7-5 X Za ?S X Za 7.8tid~FP.~ lk ; l:unze, H. J. ; Kunze, M. t • TECHNIQUES. A REVIEW. Rehabilitation 27 (No. 1/2) 1-12 (1974) (in English) (Univ. Wicn, Hyg. Inst., 4:icn, Austr.) SMOKING BEHAVIOUR: MOTIVhTIO;iAL DETERI•tINA.tiTS IuVD t14nIFICATIO:d * Y+ *1975, No. 7, 1'7 2108* *d* sie To'm a (medicine): o anal y cc E .I:. :.: 7 U h tl 0 tl r; (i I 'i .1i J
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50273 0025 Am J Psychiatry 138:2, February 15181 /!t- /I3 Acute Effects of Caffeine in Normal Prepubertal Boys BY ROBERT N. ELKINS, M.D., JUDITH L. RAPOPORT, M.D.; THEODURE P:-ZAH19, PH.D., MONTE S. BUCHSBAUM, M.D.. HERBERT WEINGARTNER, PH.D.. IRWIN J. KOPIN. M.D.. DENNIS LANGER. M.D., AND CHRIS JOHNSON. M.A. A recent study demonstrated that deztroamphetamine has an effect in normal prepubertal boys similar to that seen in hyperactive children. The purpose of the present study was to see whether the effects of caffeine are similar to those of amphetamine in normal children. The authors observed 19 prepubertal boys following administration of a single dose bf placebo, 3 mglk-g of cQ,B"'eine, "and 10 mg/kg of caffeine in a double-blind, crossover design. Caffeine produced increased vigilance and decreased reaction time, as does amphetamine. Unlike amphetamine, however, the higher dose of cq,a'eine did not have a motor calming effect but increased motor acFivity Separa{r biologicdi3~s jsm~,'}the~fJotr`1 mQy bRdiffalentlvlly i affected by the two substances. . sible benefit from use of caffeine by children should at least be raised. Ten studies of the behavioral effects of caffeine with pediatric populations are listed in table 1. Of these, on- ly Reichard and Elder's study (8) examined the effect of caffeine in normal children as well as hyperactive children. These authors found no effect of caffeine in reaction time measurements for the normal children. The other studies found little or no benefit from caf- feine. given in doses ranging from 3 to 12 mgIg, on vigilance and behavior of hyperactive children. The effect of caffeine on the behavior of normal adults has been summarized by Weiss and Laties (13). 7The irnost consistent findings are1hat caffeine counter- acts the decrer4ent in performance of simple vigilance IAct,c fa11-w ~+\l fC.tir~~. rltl'nr 1,... . hPO., ...... -4
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TK 7870 Va 1973 ARCt1ER 5027-3 0072 FOOU--PRI:PARATION/RECIPES/ THE MICROWAVE OVEN University of Wisconsin -Stout HOUGf ITON hSIFFIIN COMPANY • BOSTON Atlanta Dallas Gcneva, Illinois Hopewell, New Jersey Palo Alto It .r
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50273 0069 iiL: ~51 Si 1972 2 C. NUCLEAR .`iAC'NT:TIC RESONANCE SPECTRa.°,LOPYAf;!;.4N2''k' CHEMISTRY, ORGANLC--NUCLEAR MAGi;ETIC P.F:SO1AP;CE S?i:CT,',1SC0:Y/ I THE SAE1 I ta. ER ~~~I D~ TO By .-W. W. SIMONS Research Chemist Sadtler Research Laboratories, Inc. and M: •2ANGEfi, ~ Associate Professor of Cbcmistry Philadelphia College of Pharmacy and Sc;ence j, 1972 Sadtler Research Laboratories, Inc. Subsidiary of Block fngineeiing, Inc. 3316 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, Pa. 19104 a
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50273 0044 76 I Za i + 1 1 Cost-Effectiveness Model I. 1- . Ap= ?QL~ Prototype Selection and Trade-Off Analysps USAAVSCOt•1 Trt 74-? 3 - - --- - - _ _ - ---_.,. - -- ----- - -- 7.Vr•.url:., e. C._1. Ir..Cr pq ca.ai Distributed by: M?w ~1fC#?!-~r~~Sabbar~=A U. S. Dept. C mmerce, National Technic -- , •. V .. •:J:.~Col 1: [ . JyOL~ f l(Mf Y T i`( -/• r•'. T .SR l~~ Army ~v~at~on ~ys~erns1)nmand 'i'-A A •OM/• VN17 M'J••)l4S ATTN: Systems Analysis Office P0 Box 209, St. Louis, MO__63166 65101A /t :S .•:.NT O.tE U~ Army Aviat~on ~ystems Corrvand I4av 1974 Systems Analysis Office, AMSAV-D IJ -• -•9t 81 - ~ PAGES ^- PO 6ox 209LSt. Loui s_,_ MQ__631f~6 .____I- All _.- Cost-Effectiveness Cost Effectiveness H_el icopter Jc Ab%Tw.Ct •1. ... . •.. ~. . . .Id: u.^..ra .~~.1 . ~.y i.. o~.... This report presents a methodology that would guide a Product/ Project Manager in making an informed selection from among severl single prototype aircraft, based upon cost and effectiveness considerations. Measures of effectiveness are defined and a cos ,ffqjti,ynejs rnde,c (+ ffe~ctiveness per dollar) is determined and recommended as a basis for selection. A numerical exarr,ple is 1 1 t
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•dxrur-mu tpxi'UNK4 *saTrtmt ug - (1961 •Sntl • ~Irf) 6"~79Z `%i °YamSa-,,y •vi •uuy TmunN ( •ncr-~xq zv3T0 aL*0 Pug aa31020T:) Ztoc;oucsl aTn::, (o~~pq~~) 1c:2;;r2x 30 3~~~x3 aaaaa33 ;(1 L: j;caarr,; ut Dtut*.-x-q 30 3cmcwJ ou) 'TttZ-)3n="<.na •a pua T3° ~'~2 •;d Aq °0w?1VZI 0a,)'IqvJ, IQ IdTx. Is.'~`12G:13:Q IG Oa^II:z3SL'V t:I O?IM114'I7.i;C3 'tfiS •H °Ta11"U'r2 VZ IA
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50273 0057 81 V Za Regeneration of aste Buds After Reinnervation of a- Denervated Tongue Papilla by a Normally 8176 M8785 P 309-/~ Nongustatory- Nerve ZALE AA ~COlNP_ NEUROL ~ of Neurochemistry. National Institute q tveurotogua( and Communicative Disotders and Stroke, National Institutes ojHealth, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Bethesda, Maryland 20205 ABSTRACT Taste buds degenerate and disappear after transection of their sensory nerve supply, and they differentiate anew from epithelial cells (e.g., lingual) following regeneration of sensory but not motor or autonomic axons. A controversy exists as to whether only gustatory sensory nerves can cause buds to reform or whether any sensory nerve can perform this function. This issue arose because the results of cross-innervation studies revealed a specificity whereas grafting data demonstrated a nonspecificity. A retest of specificity in the cross-reinnervation situation was performed by reinnervating the denervated vallate papilla of adult rat tongue with a sensory branch of the vagus nerve that is not normally gustatory. It was found that taste buds disappeared and remained lost from acutely and chronically denervated papilla. However, some buds were found 90-100 days after reinnervation by the normally nongustatory vagus nerve branch. Transection of the regenerated vagus nerve resulted in the loss of in- nervation and the degeneration of taste buds from reinnervated papilla indicating that this nerve had supported buds. These results show that a normally nongus- 06 il 0 t1 () 0 7 92. 9 0 7 r
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. 50273 0040 w AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY, LAf3 PROFESSIONALS SERIES/ MASS SPECTROMETRY/TRACE ELEP1ENTS--ANALYSIS/- CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--ORGANIC/ . DIRBLT MIXNRC .w1I.YSIS fOR 7W1CE ORC.LqlfS: NfV APPLIGITIONS Of !tIK1:S A.m NEaV IliS1R1AMATIOS. G. L. Glish, S. E:. Unger, A. E. Schocn„O:-Zikett; T. Y. Ridley, D. Cameron, M. L. Sigsby, T. L. Kruger, and R. G. Cooks, I)cpartment of~ cmistry, Audue Univcrsity, lrest Lafayette, Indiana 4'~DT~SvlStember, ly1`J The eapabilities of mass-analyzed ion kinetic energy spectrometry (LIIIUS) for the QD analysis of trace organics in conplex mixtures are presented. The technique of multiple 117 reaction monitoring is used for the quantitation of dnigs in serum, rapid sairrpling proeedures have been developcd, and the sensitivity and selectivity of th method have Cl been further improved. Applications to alkaloid determinations in plant ti>sue arc ex- 1979 tended to allow chasotaxonomical and hiosynthetic investigations. A new method of scanning has been developed; this selects species from a mixture on the basis of particular functional groups which are native to the molecules selected or are introduced by derivatitation of the intact mixture. This method of selected frar,-icnt scanning shows promise as a chemically diagnostic approach to mixture analysis. In an attempt to further generalize and optimize the ms/ms technique, a new instru- nent which anploys mass spectrmetry ~or separation and for analysis has I,ecn constnocted. Primary mass analysis is effected using a m gnetic sector but this instnrnent differs fron thc MIMS in that the second st.zi;e of am-ilysis e•mplo,vs a quadrupole nu . arrmlyzcr. The B/Q cor.figuration optimizes transmission of both rcactant and fraf7ncn .ns and employs low energy collisions to effect dissociatio-.. The design crit a and perfor- nance of this new hybrid instrument will be presented. A Sympo;ium of the American Chentical Society includes 1 cass.ette_tape + booklet (47 pages), ~ I- , ., . 7
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QC 451 Za v' .v_Zsm:kr . H. - . , PHOSPHORIAiETR,Y 1968 206 Page.a AcrldGmic Prams Nau York r
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50273 0075 XI Me -77 TOP.ACCO--P.USSIA/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET.XI Me2-77 s.p. ~ S.P. 2 Vladescu, I.;;2fiporojanu, I. , t f *(no affil.)* TOBACCO SUBSTITUTE PiATERIAL. ~'t(SuroEatele Tutunului.)* Bul. Cultivarii Fermentarii Tutunului 31, 103-120 (1942) (in Romanian ..~ ts, Fnnl ~c}, ~hctrartl ~--•• ---o----- - • , . - . *Note date.* *Kcywords:* hops, miscellaneous, additive; malt, miscellaneous, additive; . oak leaves, miscellaneous, additive; " chest'nut-.leaves, miscellaneous, additive; maple leaves, miscellaneous, additive; sugar beet leaves, miscellaneous, additive. A general survey of substances used for tobacco adulteration, especially during World War I, and also of those used as tobacco substitutes and experimentally tried out by the Russian government such as hops, malt, and the leaves of the oak, chestnut, naple, and sufiar beet. ---~- ----~ -~--~=--~----- ------- i7 0 i1 ii 07 9 4 . 7 F, " 0
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50273 0054 U j. Li Trr:, r~~;r'rux:, OF Vr,s:Y LOW r10S1:S 0h S/ST,'1.1•+,'E., AiV')) X1'<:'!'rt1=Ti`I;it'J J:i ON fiT!n00) GASf',fi P-4 I'ATIE,N':'S 11':.~Tx! Cft..iON_.i: iZaellr~,!iI`r".'xSr , +, '4 %._.,.. _.. ... . ., . Dl.NI I'L J. S"IY3N ),, WT.IXTSJ :'dALi)IVAIt,` Ahn IIAT'.CI,D L l:L'I'G sW:<<!!,!r;v ~'.A study vras desireed to dc'n.r:ninc the efl'ects on ventilrt~.on, blood and forced ex- pira`;,c;r; volurne in subjects v.iilr bronchitis of 10 p; of isoproterenol adrninistered intra- Ve.:otrsly aid by rcliuliz:tion and to compare the effects with tho;3 of intravenous and iicbuii,,od .aline. Intravcnous isoproterenol iliereased ventihitiou at:d heart r:.tti but had a vn:iabie c:Te'.t on blood oxyt;cn tension. Nel,ulized isoproterenol p.•oduccd an increase in arteri3l ohygen tension 30 rninut^s after nebullZnt2Ci., without any s;S'stcmic efiect or iin- provernent in forced einiratory volume in one :,;coud. Z•Iebu'.i::ation of .nline rest>Itcd iu a eicerease iui both aric.rial oxygen ;:r.d earhon dioxide tel.i-z:ons. It r.•as co::eludad th^t sni.Zll dos'S Ut i 1y7I0i•~TCnUl sdminist,cred by nebulizztion fCtverAvl}' ri.fieCfe'.~2 P.rtC.^17i1 oxyo.~ra tenslJrc h,•,• improving ventil^tion-pcrf;;sion relntiorr.shihs and thct this occtL'red independently of its brolie.lodilRtino efleCt. (s ;) h o n o 0 7 9 26
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-- • .~~,1. 61 ~ , r (/Icattrco /nstracriorts on nce , ~cveric ptJo,~ ~on,pt~n~a~ 5 0 2 7 3 00 6 7 1. REPURI NO. 2' 3. RECIPIENTSACC[SSION IrO EPA-600/1-79-024 . ~•T1TLE ANDSUBTITLE 5. REPORT DATE Djodel for measuring the hPalth impact from changing '_~?8~t 1979 levels of ambient air pollution: Morbidity study _ _ 6, PERFORMING ORGANIZAT/CiN COOE 7. AUTHOR(S) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZAT ION i:EPOR` "~ b`r`'. Tsukasa Namekata, Bertram W. Carnow, o i~itey ~il Eileen O'Farrell and Domenic J. Reda 9, PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Dept. of Occupational and Environmental Medicine 1AA816 School of Public Health 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. University of Illinois 68-02-2492 • Chicago, IL 60680 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVE Health Effects Research Lab Office of Research & Development 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. EPA EPA/600/11 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 15. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES 16, ABSTRACT ' • This study quantitatively examines the relationship between human health and ambient air concentrations of the major pollutants in the city of Chicago. This report;~lesCribes~ha;mazbidity~an~Jlysis 16 which linear regression models have beer, to quantitatively estimate the degree of the air pollution contribution t developel d - ""' """` '
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• ~ Za 54273 0077 , ~ ,1 V ~ ZnPp. JGhn -. THC A:i.~:TQSY Qr A P= R. from a paper: Toxic Healtb and Effecte of plastica and Resiuo, delivered by John ZaFp before the Industrial Hygiene Fouadatioa. 1965 14 p. E. I. DuPond de VeaQoura and Co. Del. 'L~ 4 9
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. 50 273 -0071 II Me-A1-80 S.P. SOME FROBLEI-0 OF VALIDATION A2JD TESTING OF NUIC-RICU, AIR POLLUTION lSODELS by PAUL SWITZER . 1 PREPARED UNDER SUPPORT TO SI1dS FROM t ' ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOP.MEhT ADIdIIiISTRATIOIT (ERDA) and t ~ TECHIIICAL REPORT NO. 21 ROCfMFELL•ER FO1TiDATI0N SLOP-4 FOUNDATION ENVIROIM1ITAL PROTECTIOtI AGENCY (EPA) NATIO.~tAL SCIENCE }'OUNDATION (IiSF) SEPTEMBER 1978 0 STUDY OIl STATISTICS AND ENVIROtt'I•SEHTAL DEPARTME1iT OF STATISTICS FACTORS IN HE,ALTH S'rANFORD UNIVERSITY STANFOIiD, CALIFOR2IIA () 6 (1 - fl tl -i * l) 7 9 4 :S e .y
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/ 50-273 0073 ' Zapfle, Carl Andrew. Stainless steels; an elementary text for consumers. land, American Society for Dietals,1949. 368 p. Illus., ports. 24 cm. Bibliography: p. i339,-353. 1. Steel, Stainless. TA479.SM Library of Congress '~ 153011 \ Cleve- 49-5814• a
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50273 0085 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK RC 732 C1 1-932 Clausen,J.L. (ed.); ~M_ed.); PULMONARY FUNCTION TESTING GUIDELINES AND CONTROVERSIES. EQUIPMENT, METHODS), AND NORMAL VALUES. AcadeMic Press.NY.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 3754 ~J o 0 0 0 0 0 79 -' -) 7
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111 • Zander Naxi i li Sa9 , m an (it. aut.) Sr,ua_r2and, 'lon it;,r,t~ Uictrich Ni:Ur,;:E Eid'I'u:iCi?,Ui7r;,~.N 'tN ")F,R (:kS.^t?RpAtA;`n- G'2t11'~i:34 i^:~ *K()NLF.*iWASSFFSTOE'rF li'l i • Olcw ~elo~rr.c~:tts in Gar: f;nrc-.,.:,to, ;ranh an3 Spectroscopy of Po2vcycZic Htidroc.nr^ons and lleterocyclics. ) by Vo:' 1'ans Diatri:h Sauerl :;~ snd tis:cimillfn,n Zander prdoell tCohie 19 (ido, 7) 502-n5 (1966) - - _ -,-v ~-.-- ... - _ . ,~ . .
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50273 0058 ( ~ CHEMIA ANALITYCZNA 21j 73_(197a) STUDIES ON UAE QUE'..NTITATIVE DETE.:•^P1TRdATION OF PYRIDINE IN. COAL TARS. I. T11E ALILALI'i•JE FiT1DIZOLYSIS ' OF TIIC Pi ~J JUCTS OF T?-1: I;13ACTfONS OF SOME CiILiD.2%"ONITROCCr,1POUNDS WITrI P7:IIIDINE ~ ald':.ZALEWSKI'), Ewa ZAKRZEWSKA ") ~ and Piotr TOMASIK ~ •) Institute of Product Determination, Academy of Economics, Poznafi ••) Department of Organic Chemistry, Pedagogical School, Czgstochowa ~ Thus far any method is lacking of fast determining pyridine bases in , some fractions of coal tars as well as in the coke oven ga:;. Some colori- j 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 '> are limited mainly to pyridine itself and, moreover, they are time con- suming. suming. Some more refined methods are based on the gas-liquid chromato- graphy technique 3-`), also combined with the sor ption on ion excnangers'). Wp. have cons}dered the rcac?"on of 2,4-dinitrochlorobenzene with pyri- dine (ihe' Ziri&e` ~e~ctida) 8A-4') as sfzitdble~ior quantitative determination idi f • b i a ases. ure a p~ r ne ~ ~___of_tre m .f
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50273 ooey IDENTIFICATION, CHARACTERIZATION, AND COPaTROL OF POTEtffIAL HUMAN CARCINOGENS: A FRAMEWORK FOR;-FEDERAL DECISION-MAKIir'G ~ 77 II Re-79 S.P° 'A Staff Paper from the Office of Science and Technology Policy ExecutiA Office of the President ' February 1, 1979 David R. Calkins Robert L. Dixon Carl R. Gerber Deb0att-Zarin a Gilbert S. Omenn Associate Director for Human Resources and Social and Economic Services G~~ ~ ~ tl 0 f1 !9 G 6
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sc1sl-t0t II MeAI-80 S.P. f'-E:POCZT DOCUMENTATIOtd PAG£ d tMl. •nd SuOtitla 1L_Rt:PORT NO. Swrnary Feport of the N-,,AO Atmsphexic Dispersion Modeling Par>f~...l.-Vblutja 1 : Rocamen-.i3tions 50273 0060 Pg6p-Z74964 7. "`rt"`r(a)NCTO Project Officer: Ja*tles E. Fairo2ent I. ParforminE O.1anl,aUon Nam* and Addr.u A.E.• r Th„`7...ent , G.S. Iioo`'.es, J.b.ilwla, a:nl J.J.Hernnan DEimes & Mbore 7101 Wis i A cons n venue . Bethesda , YD 20014 12. Sponforlnr OrQani,ation Nama and Addr.as Nationa1 CXx;inission on Air Quality 499 S. Capitol Street, S.W. Second Floor Washington, D.C. 20003 IL Supplamantary Notes S. Report D.t. !. P.rforming Organization Rapt. No. 10. Prcl#ct/Tak/Work Unit No. 11. Ccntral(C) or t7ranl(O) No. (C) 5-W,t-7379 (a~ 17. Typ. of Raport & Poriod Cover.d .• 34. . Final Report of Panel teeting Held in Reston, Virginia, tJovanber 13-16, 1979.' •10. AmtUacl (Limit: ?0D words) This a ~-~ u~ report ofr a.~~ A . Q ic Dispersion t~cdeling Panel cx~venrd b~~Natli.orl~1 Cxr(r~tiss~'on on.l~ir' aulity to provide gtjidance on: 1) uses and limitaticz.s of currerntlv available mdels fo•.- air uu_~ itv rcan~a~s~nLo.~rEi:. ?L-
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50273 0079 13018 LN81 0 P A 7 ~~ 6APA F EUR J NUCL NED !p(S)CMq A7 V 28 ~ O:aervations made in 50 Fatients rith anatomo-functional pulmonary lesions of BPCO type, investigated by means of inha latorial and perfusional ecintigraphy and radiotomograptq. F:-CRt, '. ? E P^•: "I.'' b'E. ~LlR1[82AI In_'e/atorial scintigraphy was carried out vith albumin microspheres labeled rith 99mTc. Radiotomography as perfor- med both in inspiratory and ezpira:ory phase. TAe inhalatorial scintigraphy pictures are according with the following distri- bution patterns: homogeneous, central, sCOtty, iM:omoFenecus. Ve observed concordance among hcm^cer.e- ous inhalatorial and perfusional seinti graphy and functional radiotomography in patients rith clear anatomical lesions, as bullous emphysema and bronchiectasia, rithout important total functional invol vement; discordance amoung inhalatorial and perfusional scintigrphy and radioto- .ography in the cases with central depo- sition patterns, expressing a prevailing aspect of bronchial asthma; greater di- tordance in the cases with sDOtt7 and 6cmcceneous deposition. expressina_ prevailingly a severe cronical bronchi- tis. In these patients C7 transfer: te . ,. ~~ ,.. .~~.. ..~ - ar- ! 9 ti , ~r
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. Bi-o7edicine 3-9 (io.5) 202-4 (1973) 5027-3 0062 3-73 :• A llOULLE BLIND S7' UDY S t, • ON THE EFFECTS OF MONOSODIMM GLUTAMATE IN ]MA\T :_ -• ( : • . • , . . • . P..L. NIORSI3LLI and S. G:.ILr1TTL\I bp,:G: ZAA']~A;` Y. IrRA1CIOSI, G. TOC\O\I, ~I. RIT.7.(1, S. JZ. ST:L\llE\, (Istiluto di Ricerche F•armacologiclu • Alario Kegri ., :Vilan)• ltfonosodiwm Elutninate was adrninistered at lur.ch time to 73 healthy subjects using a double blind design trilii each subject acting as his own cnutrol. Cure was taken to balance the sexes, and to m-oid any ps}•cirolo;ical effect o/ grouping. lio!h subjective and objecti.e »:casurernenls ttere ~" rnade, ar.d at tl:c dose ernplo}•ed (3 g/subject) no diffcrences in syrnptonsatology were /ound ._~.. --between the control and .11SG treated groups. :. ~.. r. . --."•.!4' .:... . .. , ~ ... • - _ . ~ . .. . .. . . . . . . ~ _ ~ _ . SUh1dl.{KY . : y _. . ;. .. Dss glutarnate ,nouosodiquP /ul ad,nir•istri au dr."te-u)ier a 73 sujets bieu portanls selor: trn trofocnle en /lnuh/i c;aq'rt s:r,':: fla::1 zc:s ~:Gttr.: :.'.;.o:.:. Des ptcuNtions /srrrnt prises pour lquilibrer la r<'purlition selon le sexe, et pour c`ailer lo:lt tffet psyeholooique de groupe. Des = auctase di(jlrcr•ce rc /ut trouvfe entre ks groupes lfrnoin et traitl au glutau:atc ruorsosodique. ._ ...i .:. »ustlres a la fois subieclit•es et objecliecs Jurent appliquees, et, a la dose en:ployEe (3 g/ss~izt), INTi:OD GC170J !n our pre~sous cxPct:siten., sut>lccts e'ere ~roui~~i in a cinF•lc roont for the saole oL_ervaticn p rio.l 1 u l 1> 3 14' a , s
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50273 0080 P°.l:PAP.EiTION EM ItIVESTIGATION OF LE'v'IS-ACID CO.IPLF.}wS. IV. PfiEPKI3.TI0N AIiD xNVESTIGATY0i1 OF TILE TZTt:lIIMI TETRF.CIILORIDE AND TIN TliTRACI:IARIDE CONPLEY.ES OF iklE ESTEItS 0F CYCLOI[i:XANE DIOLS M TRIOLS,FU}:THER C:' 1:0:.0- I'uiI! OLZGOSACCOH.AItIDES,hy Z. CHuros, Gy. DeLt:, I. Gyurkovics, S. Holly, t:. Haraezthy-Papp, A. Tozrok- Fslmar, and E. 'Lara-Kacziaa ' (1468) Ccurus, Z. Periodica Polytechnica Chers. LctZ. 12 (No. 2) . ~, .. .., I - • ,.'si.d) . ., - ,;. . - Zara-Kacziaa, E:.(Jt. Author), .
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50273 0082 Acta Gi/mira ArarRrnonr %rtrnrtanrm llrnrgnrtrar, lonu_a Yd (Z/, /rfr• :U - .'UJ ~I%77) PREPARATION ANl) INVI;STICATION OF ,SVIS 78 III Zal ACID COMPLEXES, X11• 1NY1'.STICATIONS ON Tlll: CYC1.17.ATION OF 1•1,3,4-T1:T1tA•ACI•:fYl.-n-n PYItANOSh: 1NT0 2,3,4=1'IUAC1:fY141:VUGI.UCOSANI:•• C1.UC0• (1'IiRI,IMINARY CO,11MUNlCAT1ON) .',jfA N}~antl Gy. Dt••,6x (Inatitute of Exprrinatntnt Mrdirine, llungarian Acndrmy of Scirnrea, Ilndnpcst) Received Junc 3, 1977 Rccently tivc puhlisht•cl [1, 2] our investigations on the mechanism of the reaction of TiC1, with pentaacetyl-ft-D-glucopyranose and 2,3,4-triacctyl- )evoslucosanc, respectively. Our working hypothesis in the invcstigatioii of • the reaction mechanism was that a study of the structure of the so-callcd initial complcxcs formed from the starting materials, and that of the comhlexes isolated at a latcr voint of timc of the reactioni will vield inGrrm:,rir:,, nrrr..it t:nn 1 ~ ~--- , { l , n Q 1 ii . '~
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50273 0056 _-~- 71 II Re-81 S.P. Cellulose and Xylan Degrading Enzymes of Fusarium avenaceum Jp~p!AX "~s~Sobciakand Henryk Urbanek Arch Microbiol (1981) 129:217-250 Laboratory of Enzymology. Institute of Physiology and Cytotogy. Univenity oft.bdi, Banacha 12/16. PL-90-237xbd4 Poland Abstract. It was found that crude preparation obtained from collection of Laboratory of Enzymology. University o the culture medium of Fusarium avenaceum degraded oel- number - PE67. The fungus was cultivated on a mc lulosc and xylan. After chromatography on CM-Sepharose NaNOj. 9g; KHIPO.. I S. MgSO, x 7Hj.O.0.5 g; Ca( CL-6B of this preparation six fraction were obtained. The tap water. Rye straw (1.5 % w/v) was the only carbon cluted fractions 1I and V showed xylanase activity, fraction IV were grown in 1000 ml Erknmeyer flasks containing95 is - eellulase activity and fraction III - xylanase and txllulase 5 ml of inoculum on a shakes. The inoculum was prep 7 days old cutturea of Firsa-ium avrnaceuni grown on mal activity. The end products of xylan hydrolysis by all xylanase temperature of cvltivation was 28°C and the speed of fractions (ll, 111, V) were xylobiose, xylose, xylotriose and rotary shaker was 110rpm. After S days the mycelium xylc-tctrosc. The end products of cellulose hydrolysis by and the supernatant of culture was used for enzymatiA fractions III and IV was ccllobiose, glucose and cellotriose. P„rfrareon Procedure. Ammonium sulphate was add The data from gel filtration on Sephacryl S-200 indicated a supernatant to 0.8 saturation. After standing ovcrniF molecular weight of more than 250.000 for both cellulase IV precipitate was antrifuged. dissolved in 0.01 M NaCl and xylanasc V. After gel filtration in the presence of urea dialyzed. first against distilled water and then agains , disaggregation of those high molccr lar xylaQase and cellulase buRer, pH S.0 which was used throughout the anal: ~ particlestwat)observed.iXytarnas! II iif di{il:ererioe from the diatysate was applied to a Sephadex G-100 column at other fractions contained higher amount of sugar. Digestion eluted with the acetate buffer. Enzymatically activ, nrfractinn !I v: th crllula~c-h^m eellula~~ nrenaretion frrer-- combined, dialyzed against distilled water, eoncentri
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2 S.P. 50a73 0061 AREGIONAL CHANGES IN PULMONARY DIFFUSING CAPACITY WITHIN A SINGLE EXHALATION AT REST AND EXERCISE IN NON-SMOKERS AND SMOKERS/ tL . C. J. L NFWTH, Pj. A. MCCLEAN, N. J. DUGUII), '2 P, hi . GRIFFIh ant] N~ Research lnstAute. Huspital jor Sick ChilJren, and Tri-Huspitul Respirutorl' Serrice, Ururersity of 7orontn, Canada In order to test the hypothesis that smokers may have an abnormal blood supply to apical parts of the lungs, we measured lung volume and carbon monoxide and argon concentrations continuously during the course of a single slow exhalation at rest and immediatcly following exercise in six non-smokers and six smokers. Rather than calculating the single breath diffusing capacity (DLC.O(SB)) during the period of brcath-holding, we measured drflusing capacities (f)I.r~r(CkI1aIC~I1) NlLhln each 1(t'„ dccrcrnrnt in luug volumr from 20 to IINY'„ uf % ital capacity (VC'1 1)L(() (cxhaled) in 0 6, o n(i (~ tl 7*V :3 -81- Aust. N. Z. Jour. M. 11(1) 105(1981) IX Re smokers and non-smokers was unchanged as lung volu:n. decreased, both at rest and during exercrse, from '_u to 81 VC. ULtr~ (cxh:rled) decreasrd with lung vuluuic in h, groups during the la.t 2U" VC at rest. Alier exercise. in n• smokers DL(-0 (exhalcd) increascd signilicantly (P < 0 0- over the last 2U"„ VC whereas it did not m the smokers Since the last portion o/' VC during a slou eithalatJon is expired predominantly from the apices, the increase of Dl.(r) (exhalcd) during exercise at these lung vulumes rcllr, rs the aAihty uf thc apices to recruit pulmun.rr) hlucxl,.ulun - Thc absence of this recruitment during excrrue in the ,F <ers suggests abnormal apical vascularity w hrch could hr a e to early eniphyscrna. a I r
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50273 0099 EXPERIMENTAL ASPECTS OF CIGARETTE SMOKE CARCINOGCNCSIS. Lectures in Toxicology No. 9,Inc'ludc,~s 18 slides PergaMon Press.New York, New York.0?. HoMuurger,f-'.-UjW"jy;;Gy! (ed. ); RJ R CLASS NQ. T k:X TBUC.Ii: TS 21r?1l0 1-1 0 1; Ut' ISN = ;=;65O 0 6 0 0 r) 0 U7 9 7 1
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y_ ~t rR~Jd:JA C~ s Yr,R1JC:r~. • of a i;cj*_-: s'cxa i-r,lie41 c•o vc:retLe br ar3, ) ~„ ~a•Dior, Broni~•l~.~•v:~.. " • ~ 243--.5 (1959) ~ ~
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50273 0081 i I 77 X Rei-78 S.P. i1 fl t1 0 6 tuxrCU[JM:Y AND Arrt.ti.r/ rIIAkMAPOrOI:Y 6. S_20-518 (1964) • Biochemical Effects in Rats from Irritating AIr ;Contaminants S. D. MURY)IY,' H. V. vAV1S, AND U. S. Departnunr of lftal-lh, Ccluration, and Welfare, Public llralth Service, Division of Air 1'ollution, Laboratory ol Aftdiral and Biological Sciences, Cincinnati, Ohio Received Srptrutbrr 11, 1963 \tost toxicologic studies of inhaled irritants have been confined to pathologic anc physiologic characterization of the effects of irritants on the exl)o;ed mucous surface! of the lungs and respiratory patisa.ges (Skog, 1950; Stokin};cr, 1957, 1962; Salem and Cullumbine, 1960). Few investigations have been made of possible direct or indirect biochemical effects of inhaled irritants. Scheel ct al. (1959) observed de- creased lung alkaline phosphatase activity and increased liver ribonucleic acid cun- tentratinn in rats exposcO to ozone. Mountain (1963) rreported a reduction in the Rlutathiomc content and succinic dchydro.-crasc activity of the lungs (if rats that were extx)scd to 8 hhm of ozone for 3 hours. Ripperton and Johnston (1959 ) reported variable effects on blood catalase, and increases in utinary a"partic acid in rats exposed for 6 weeks to a nitrogen dioxide concentration of 0.5 ppm. Little other in- formation is available regarding biochemical effects in the lum; or other tissues resulting from ex[ -asure of intact animals to irritatin.- air. contaminants. The present invesliF;a.tion was undertaken to obtain additional information con- terninj, thkociiemicjal efl'ects of inhalation exposure to acrolein and other respiratory irri:ants. .. - ,
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Rl;t '1'hA':SL/UION MASS SYI:CTRO?t1:TF.y --ORGA:'IC CO?iFOUriDS/ PLATINI.^d-CAPILLeRIL'S AS INTERFACE IN ?'ITF. yIT2ECT C.OITPLI\G OF CLASS CI,T'ILLA?:Y COLi^!'iS TO A K&SS SPI'CT':OuETFR. Chromatographia, Vol. 6, No. 5, May 1973 By: N. Neuner-Jehle; F. I:*_zweiler; 'G':"Zargke~~ SUKiARY -50273 0089 . We report our experience with platinum capillaries as interface in the direct couplin€g of high resolution €lcss capillary columns to a mass spectror.ieter. the advantages of platinum cc:-.aared with other nateri.als used in similar interface systems are discussed. High mechanical stability, absence of scaling problems at the p?atinuin/glass or platinum/steel connection and the favorable surface behavior of the platinuM capillaries provide exce'.lent conditions for their use in such coupling interfaces. -- --....- ---•~------ -. :r .- v a7 tl t1 i~`. iJ I1 / v ,. -. ....,. ... _ _ ,,,,. _-....-...~ _ . - 9
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/G-7 (11~/7.5 ~ 50273 0055 ffi`~ - Fttrtltcr Evidence of a 1'ositive Correlation Between Lxposure to Nitrate Fertilizers 976 (NaNO, and K\'Oal and Gastric Cancer Death l:<ttes: Nitrites and Nitrosamines p Chilc and Japan h.rVC 11he Itig)Iesl :r,;c-adjustcd ntur- tality tates per luQ,00u hupulatiun fur stumvtch cancer in the murld'. A survey of 1-a,300 necru),sics pc•rfornlccl at .S•.lntlaaU~ 111SCllllflrll7i'(! Il~l''ti~h tlcatl: rates. The rcLttivc frequency of stomach carcinoma runcm-st males %l ith cancer ran'kecl first lrith L0.60°0 ,tncl cinwn);st females rankcd second with 10.05°0 (Zat.niVar:, unpubtishccl obsc•n•ation,:). The nwr>>i(l '<lllatotllc' of gatitric cancer in Chilc.uis has been prcviuusly clcscri)>ccl' '. The re,,;iunal variution uf ocsopha;;cal and { astric cancer in Chilc .vas relortecP•`. The prrelurninantl}• agricultural pruvinces, ,which have the highest cunsutn)rtion i if nitrate fcrtihzrrs, chowcct the highest cic•ath rates for stomxch eanccr. To c;aplain this fact, a)typuthcsis of a nitrus:ltainc synthesis in vivo in the stomach was aclvaneecl ". Recently, rn association betlccen expostue to soalinnt nitrate and gastric cancer mclrtatity fu: 1960 was rc)lortcd'•10. To sttuly further thi; cnviruntnc•ntal problcnt, tnorc stablc death rates for ,tlrmach cancer in the 25 Chi)c•an provinces were used (tncau xn-c-adjustc•cl death rates pet 100.0001op. for I9G0, I9ri3 anct 19Gi)• rclatin; this vari; Llc Qy: R: ;7.A10~_yarand W. H. IdetterstranO y= 36.77 -{- 45-1.a x, where y is mean dcath rate ancl x is metric tons (if nitrates per person. The correlatiun cucifi- cicnt was 0.71S. The regression of murtalit}* rates (,n thc farm ~l•orkcr c•xi><,snre to nitrates shull~ecl again a slgntfl- eant association QP ; 0.0003). The tynatiun is p== 35.53 -¢- 74.A5 x, where y is mc•an dcath ratt: and •r is metric tons of nitrates per farm worker. The r-value was 0.668. The behaviuur of the 4 independent variables in tlic regressions v:as quite similar. since the r-values w-crc close to each other. As previously postulatc•cl'-10, the most probable ex- planation fur this relationship is thc nitrosamine furma- tiun in vivo. :\ccurdinf; tu this h~ pt~thcsis, nitratesunclcrga reduction in plants and are trd nitttrmed int:) tritrites by nitroreductases present in nlnm• parasitic and sapnophytic bacteria. Chilcan farm wurkcrs would IV exposed ter cli- ctart• ttitratr; and nitritcs, primarily (rom..atcr supplies. The gcnera) l,ullnlatiun of Chi:c• is cxlxtsed to nitr:rtcs and .t
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50273 0103 Chrusciel, Meu3z L. DZIALANIE t:ZM;TO^YCH .., card 2 ZbiFnies S. licwan; ZdzialQCa Kleinro::; Rqszard 8rus eu:d Andrzi:j Y1.ech Dic^ertw_ioi:c3 Pt!ermace.uti•cRe 17 (Nc. 3) 263-76 (1965) 6 n t1' tT 0' 0 7y 7 !5
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Chem. Mikrobiol. Technol. Lebensm. 2,184 - l86 (1973) ~ :oc tseF-D-W-74 - . . ~....,.. .. - The Volatile Con rra n (A tit of T t t i i d ` l ) ; r s uen s a, c m s r acunu a us w.:.., ... ;,K:5: ZARGHAti1I• and G. F. RUSSELL University of California. Department of Food Science & Technology. Davis, California 95616 lEingegangen arn 5.3. 19731 Summuy: The major volatile constituents of tarra3on are composed of aromatic and terpenic compounds. Methyl etlavicol, 1,2-dimethoxy-4-allylbenzene, and eu.-enol are ammng the aromatic compounds. Cis and trans- -ocimene, cis and trans-allo-ocimene. linalool. 1,8-methadiene, and geraniol are included among the major terpenes present. Because of the snlall amounts of sample available, structures of the trace constituents were not determined. Die fl-uchtiFen Inhaltsstoffe von Tarragon (Artemisia dracunulus) • Zusal:amenfassung: Die fluc:htigen Hauptbestandteile von Tarragon sind aromatische Verbindungen und Ter- pene. Mttl,yl chavicol. 1.2-Dimethoxy-4-allylbenzol und Eugenol uberwiegen unter den aromatischen Verbin- dungen. Die hauptsadllichen Terpene sind: Cis- und trans-Ocimen, cis- und trans-atlo-Ocomen, Lfnulool, 1,8- Menthsdien und Geranuol. Wegen der kleinen Probemengen «•urden keine Strukturbestimmungen von den nur in Spuren enthaltenen Inhaltsstoffen vorgenommen. Les Composants Volatils de Tarragon (Artemisia dracunulus) 50273_0083 I REsumE: Les composants volatils de tarragon sont des composes aromatiques et des composes de terp6ne. Parmi V il ~) 0 c1 -l j t)
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50273 0091. f Vi Sk a.,ZASTOSOwANIE NIEKTORYG,* KWASOW HYDRObC- ~, SA2~S0~'YC~SJ.. CHE.~III ANwLITYCZNrJ. II. Skorko-Trynii:: :,, Zoi AA METRYt:4:'t: I 4:I-kiA (IIZ) Z EZ:1VC::E1 Y::T:•tC by 7,ef Si: emid Fti.. 523..?~ 0961) ~ `~-~ +..~-..,,.~.a..:.a~.-.e.,•..~...r-...+ro•...;-~~.....n.r^-..,.~,,...~...,...n-. -.~-rs.-~-- ,
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50273 0097 II Ch Zbigniew' S. Herman, jtj author (1966) Chrusciel, Tadeusz L. DZ IliLAt:Ii 2tIE;(Tv: YCII POC:;C:?:?Yl:!i !rWASOW PARyF.ZOt.7EG0 0!tAZ NA F(0ZwL.1 MRh7UGIliY MBTOPIA t.OUSTATATA U BIALYCH S7.L:":t1aOtJ. (The influence of certFin dr.rit,r:tive9 of farnesic acids and a- and B-•:.onolidencucetic acids on the development of expexi.esntal athetoeclerosis induced by the method of Loustalct in unate rsto), by Ch:•u9cie.l, xadeuaa ~ . f . 0 6 0 wnac) 7 y a 9 pec ct.rd 2
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50273 0076 t I I He DISORDERS •- Psychiatria din. 7: 89-100 (1974) TYPES OF POLYGRAPHIC REACTION TO INDIVIDUAL-SPECIFIC STRESS: AN EXPEitIMENTAL INVESTIGATION ON PATIENTS WITH NEUROTIC Pblygraphische Reaktionstypen auf individual-spezifischen Stress Eiae expaimenteUe Untersuchung an Patienten mit nevrotischen Storungen E. JNulla, 0. Pfesslich, P. Schuster und 1Y~~~'2Wlpc:ky ~ - Au! dei hychiatrischen Utsiversit9tsktinik, Wien (Vorstand: Univ.•Prof. Dr. P. Berner) Abstract. Thirty-two patients with neurotic, particularly potyphobic, disorders were potygraphicaDy investi;ated (as regards their EEG, heart nte, respiratory rate, skin resis^ tana and blinking rate) while at rest and whik exposed either to nonspecirc or to patient- gpecifie vetbat stimulation. The psychophysical values thus obtained were compared with data obtained from a list of psychic as well as autonomic symptoms. The conventional diagaostic categories of the neuroses did not correspond to any typical physiological pettems; but some such patterns do appear to be linked to certain abnormal affective states. U a c~ Q n u u 7 9 4 3
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50273 0108 rr~~:s ~,.~ L~t4 , _ . 0 .. Zechraei ster. _,.L~sz1o,~ 1889-' ;e71 Principles cnd practice of chromatobrLphy. New Z-10- York, k'iley, 1943. xv, 378 p. 22 cm. / C: s D - t. 7
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50273 0086 9 ~/87 96 VOL '3 AIOCItESt 1975 --P k CA%* J 9G _ /a / (~ 9~~ ) . , . . . . ' VC 75 I l I ~ G~~ ar .tL : `Iethod for the Determination of th2 . ~~, Sinlp~ C~1i'ol~~a ograpLic G~c. ,, ...-.n•..r. 1Vlethy'lated Basic :lmin~yo-~A~~c}~ids in Proteinsl•'- L, snd ;WQ4~.i~'~.t~$:~Y,'~1~~}~;1~'" ` ~`~ . Food Reirnrch lnsritrrtc, RtscvrcG Bror.cJi, CG^nda .fgricfiIlarf, Ona«•a, Conada KIA OC6 N.`•. Receiyed September 3. 1974 • lY f: Zarkadas, C. G. (1975) A Si.-nple Ch:omatog:aphic Method for the Determination of the 1\lethylated Qasic Amino Ac:ds in Proteins. Ccn.l. Biochem. 53, 96-101 A ehromatoFraphic method is c',escr.hed for the determination of .-N-monometbyi-, Si. t .-lt .•R',.-N-dimethyl-, and :sines. 1-methyl-, and 3-methylbistidines. NG,n'G-dimcthyl-, and \'~_\' c-di:neth>larrinir.cs. ornithine, the diastercci~omers of . Rir,, Nu. bydrox)lysine, basic amino acids ar.d related compounds. using. Durrum type DC-6A 11.0 ± 1.0pm spherical res:n. 7ht cca tlcte srpuation of all of these amino acids as dis- t•1.. erete pcaks in the hec/.man I 20B a.^.iiao a:id analyzerwas achieved fot the first time using a single column (60 )< 0.9:r.it9 en: i•_nrr system (0.33 N sodium citrate) adjusted at h•~ o ~~ i j o ') Ci t1 z
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SB 107 Wi .,:ZechnerrLr-. 50273 0110 Wiesner, Julius DIE ROHSTOFFE DES PFLANZENREICHS. Part 1- By Wiesner, Julius; H. Endres; F. N. Howes and C. V. Regel. (Raw Materials of the Plant Kingdom.) 1962- Verlag Von J. Cramer Weinheim, Germany ~ ..~,.~.,.,
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;s,, ... . ; 50273 0098 Chrustial, tedeuoz L. DZiALANIR IiIEiCTa::7CH .., card 2 ?.bigr.ic:-i S. hPrmsn; Zdzislaw Y.leinrok; Ryszazd iiruo r.nd LnG;rzey Plech Dis: crl-ntiar_cs PhPrna*.e.uticnP 1.7 (No. 3) 263-76 (1965) G~ n c~ n r~ ~~ 7 t~ 7 0
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a 1. / 50273 0092 ~ ?.raea„ E. ti.. CI.^i.SAC'i;:..c'sS"_'ICS CV i :S :.L :Kk2SC CW.DIa:".aNS AT TlM :_,::..,..,. 't ~..~1~~.ZF EOI.'ui; C&L Rl:ri's~:a. PIYyWV1Wt M.C'1.,• L:YJVd. .`iL1a`Vk9 Li`. Sad. Txuc:y K'= :6I-67 (1960) 0 .,
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J . 50273 0094 .; '~ L t - _ 0. C4k-Z V - rh.'- d'- . ) TI (9G5) r(1.,,. ztff4_ VII Re6-77 B1ood Cholinesterase Leve1s~ s.p. , in Organic Phosphate Intoxication Mitchell R. Zavon, MD T he inhibition of cholinesterase (ChE) activity by the organic phosphate insecticides provides h sensitive indicator of absorption of these com- pounds. In order to interpret the laboratory results of the ChE activity, one must consider several fac- tors, including the accuracy of the determination. Unless the laboratory personnel are accustomed to performing the analysis (Aiichel method), a dupli- cate sample should be sent to a laboratory where the test is commonly done for comparison. Blood is collected in a heparinized capillary tube, and the plasma and red blood cells (HBC) are separated as soon as possible. The test may be performed with as little as 0.4~ m1 of hep~ciniz.e,d bluoc(.' , .~'inrw fhora~c lj.,.:-/:...~`:.. 4I method of analysis.' The normal range of values is shown in the Table. A gradual depletion of ChE activity apparently is better tolerated than an abrupt depression. Thus, a prolonged low-level exposure to a ChE in- hibitor does not usually cause clinical illness until the RBC ChE activity decreases to 20,70 to 25~'Q of the individual's preexposure level, but a single ex- posure that causes a decrease of RBC ChE activity to this same level, or even a somewhat higher level, can result in clinical illness. A single overwhelmin; exposure may result in clinical illness without noticeably decreasing the ChE activity until some , time after the onset of illness, but this is uncommon. Q lT' ... .. , .. T 1 .s
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• ...r.+~.....~:.....~~~.__.~..__.....__s_~_..._____ _....•,..~~.1...~...-.,`~. + II 50273 0102 Ch Zdzislaw Kl,einrok,._ j t. . author.. ,, (1966) .; A.. ~i e rrn wi~~t .~} r,- -. r` C+^' ~ SU n. 1: acirs snd r,-- k:C::Gl:s C+7C tf:w devalYii!L'cI?t o:. ladtt:E'a L+~ `:? ~ tti~~thCf' ~Jl itt vrsae ztt. '• ,.:; •;~,~u*~e~e;t , Rnde;aKv r C> era c:r:~d 2 O :7 l/ l! • I I• I ~7 • ~~
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v- t~~ii•w°a~:i"rn.'s`i1=- ssa.i3ia,J 30 •fauaql'1 ` •. t'oE ~.154 'u : .\ylll: ~:'Ul l~ll}I uia ~ snlll 'i1 8UE'lll.\~ '~lt't;I `(lt'!{ ~'ttcul -detl~ `ao~>tco•I '!~GI-S~t;i `.Cq(ii:.t:'ulrtao.til.) tti ss-a.t; oa,I -GSsi 'o1zsirl '.iai slatuyaa2 Z! c, : ! U . 0 6010 CLZOS ,
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III n:, 2 73 S.4'. a.l.ex Azar, " r"k 3ahn,A4-ZaPpi- PhP ~~ Charles F. Reinhardt, ?fD Cordon J. Stopps;,MB, BS „ . . . .. . _ . . . ..., t Cardiac Toxicity of Aerosol I'ropcllants To :l:c Edicor•-Taylor ard Nirris' recently rct)arted experitnc•nts t%hich tl':eV interpreted as d:-nonstrating th3t th: fiuc,roc,irt.on propcllants used in asthmn iuhrf!c•rs produced a toxic c!iect on the h~'.~.rt of anesthe- tir:e-d mice, v;iiicti could exhllin sad- derl dciths in aslhmatic_ 4nr1 %~hich casi,. dou!>t on the s;ffetv of other Fercr.o! V,-e t,-1ievc that tFtQir f;ncli:tq; noav };e ext:l7,itted on a p}tysiuio,;ic b.isi~z whicfl is relA«9 th 50273 0078 _ JAr1A, Rtafch 1, ;9?J e Vot .~.5. t.o 9 _ _ LetterS ]501 f:esponses (+.7eaff =:,E) of hLce to Asphyxfa Chanres ia Heart ' . . N0. ' Fate .i s.r After cd laohy><ra 3c4un Condi[ion Aiice (`-+_•ats/min) tio. e( L+ice Dtvelopina i'----- =----, en s e t o r Heart Marked Sir.us Gradyeardra l,Yrthout Bra?y.:r.hy- th~:a f:,rer Asphj.,., Clock Heart Diock ~ (s•cl 5 ) 6i = 23.4 S 3 ;B - 4 6-' _ "-- %apihykia ..lone _ ~_1? _ =_143 = .3.2 MtrcFrn and asn!ryi a _ 12___ lu~ -<3.6 Isoprot~ renol hydrechtondc ~ --! and asohy.ia _ 12i155 _` 41.6 10 2 31 -),9 Dichlorodihuoromethane ~ --" - a(ld asDhy„a 12 -143 ± 33.9 9 3 21 - 5.9 Produced in con*.rc,l nnlnlais asphVx- iated for a lans;er time. In our laboratory, proups of ]2 mice anesthetized with GO mo/F:- of pentoharbital sodi>.nn intrat>c•ritone- ally H-ere exposed for five seconds to ]F);I ry~~ 1)Itro-r,n, ltincu fi;ci:loro;il- fluoromethsne !]'rcur. 12), or the nli;: from a sindc: ciischrtrt=;! of iso- trrrit,~rcnoi h} ir:,^i~lnrine ( ]supret phy-xiated, nitrogcrt-ezposod mice, suggesting that the efi'ect seen is a direct effect of anoxia on the !_ieart and is )lot reflex mediated. Taylor and tiarris''= reported Lichycardia in their control r.,ice in contrast to brad}•cardi;{ an~ hc_nrt block. in their treated naci:. Such a filldinz confirrns tlie susnicion, l.zr. n- tinnrKf r;;rti;rr._ that- tt,:,;r rr,r:tr.,l . G. ,) C; ki (l t; () % y!i U
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t 50273 0105 Zebel, Go ' cixOUML AND GR%7TH VL".A~LTiSS OF AMASJI«S 0F WA.TEC-S61.URhE SCiLSTtNCES Z. Aaroaol-Forech. U-Tharap. 263-88 (1956)
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50273 0107 1;?nLtr•tIN);SCEIXE/ FLAVA;;OIDS/S`']'Q:`'I1,'.LS; BII'LAVA\•.k)ID QD i 245 F 19731 ERG CIt1:0:]F.S/QUASSINOID IiIT1LP. PRINCIPLI:S/ - FORTSCHRITTE L-'<<• ~ 7 DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER VO't• 30 NATURSTOFFE ,_ ' . . , i ~- 1 1 PROGRL•SS IN 1 11 L- CHEMISTRY j - OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS l ` REGRCtiDET VON • FOUNUED BY I z - L: 7.I:CI3MIPiSl CR, , HFRAUSGEGLIUEN VO`I - EDITED 6Y G. W. KIRBY GLASGOW W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH TALLAHASSEE. FLA. FREfBURG i. BR. YLRFASSER • AUTHORS ' M J COILUICR • I{ FLASCII • R FRANCK • K HOR[ • I JAGNICKE ; W. KGLLLR-SCHILRLLIN • H. D. LOCl:SLbl' • D. G. MULLER "-7, i JUDITH POLONSKY - R. TSCHIiSCHE • 1. E. WAMPLER - G. WULFF v, yJ 01 1> > 1973 WIEN • SPRINGER-VERLAG • NEW YORK I 0 fi n n" on i', 0 7 9 79
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74 X Ju R."R L1.ASS ND. PA,`u'NL>r'T 74. :C Ju a Just, J.; Borkowska, M.; Maziarka, S. 0 *(no affil.)* . ~ TOBACCO SMOKE -IN THE AIR OF WARSAW COFFEE ROOMS. N .., ...._, ... ._ ... ..,.. . Pociietrza -Kawiarri Warsxawskich : ) * ~ Rocz. Panstw. Zakl. Hig. 23 (No. 2) 129-135 (1972) (in Polish with English sumhary) An air pollution by .tobacco smoke has been investigated in several coffee rooms in Warsaw. The results have shown that smoking of tobacco in the over- crowded and poorly ventilated rooms is an important source of deleterious air pollution. A heavy concentration of air pollutants in tobacco smoke is an addi- tional burden to respiratory system, which is still heavier because of the pre- sence of toxic substances Jargely identical with those already present in the atmosphere in large cities and working places. For the sake cf health pro;e-cticn of non-smokers a t:.n should be imposed on tobacco smoking in closed snuces, where many people are present. ' *1974, No. 9, Id 3461* *d* Tobacco uiediciiie: (it) 0 0 0 6 1i 7 V : -.r.-T~... ~ . _ M _. _ . . . i I
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1 5r0273 0112 ~ j T.: e-'rf . i`7071 ; ) ~L ~, Ll •. :, n ta•+I r L~C? Z' :...__.L,. i9,49 356 Puaea Llasvi^r Ptt'b1a chir.g Co. , 7.:;.. 2v2W Ya.k - V.
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p.3R TRANSI.I~TION• - CtiRO*tAT(1CItAP1[iC At~ALYSIS==GAS'OiiP.UMATOGiZAPHY{ • 50273 0088 .' MASS SPI:CTRO'dCT•^•1'! RJR CLASS NO. TRAYSLATIO:d ` Neuner-Jehlc, A'. ; Etzweiler, (Givnudan-Esrolko AG, Forscliun,^,Sl;esel]schaft, Dubendorf, Switz.) ~ 110W TO );I'COP.I) GAS CHRO:GITOGE:AASS USING CI.PILi.ARY COLUP^udS DIi:ECiLY COli1'LL•D ! TO A MASS 4;P::CTRO:-iI:TER. CONINECTION 0F•AV I•ID IN PARALLEL 1dITii A MASS SPECTf:O- rit:r~ ~:. *(Zur Frage der Chromatc,I;ramm-IteSistrierunF; bei der Dircktl;opplunl; von Kapillarsaulen n:-it eineta Ptasscnspektrometer. Der AnschluB cines FID p:.ra].1.e1 zun r[a .sensPektro^etcr. )* Chromatographia 7 (No. 7) 323-32 (July 1974) (in German with complete English trauslntion arvai]able) The %rell-known edvantages of the direct coupling of capillary columns to a mass spectrometer can be ex- ploited only if the performance of tlre separation unit ~~.' lsn.d thedetectof unit are full}~ maintained even after their' ,! . Combination. Some of.the-requirements to be rnet in ~ order to achieve this are discusf ed: on the one hand, t`+e ~_ selection of gas chromatographic conditions suitable for , sa!vini the analytical problem should not be restricted ` by thc eonnection of the chromatogr;,ph to the mass s,oectron:•eter. On the otiier hand, the characteristics of separation and cuncFntration of substances existing at the end of the column must be indicated continuously in the gas chrom:-?togram a'uring the ge/ms-analysis k-fithout /oss 1 E ~ of information and Fvith sufficient sensitivity. Cbmparison . . qf.ehromstegrams recorded in different et~;ys ori ihe' coupling system shows Rhat these repuiremen,s are hest .•: fulilll; d by connecting an f-lD in parallel with the rnass . .~. I spectrometer. The splitting devicoused at. the outl,et tlie eapillary column can bc rnr?de in such a ttiay that the split ratio, ad/ustable to a perticular value, remains con stant even if ras flow conditions in the column are changiny. a_.t-. -....- .-_~-.._-~ -.-. . ....._. ___, - _ _- .. _. .,. . -.. ...-' - .-. .~r"....-.,.x .-. ~.. .. •.--~--"c -......~.,....,+...•-+...... G r~ ~] n ~-I .,
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50273 0100 Issled. Obl, Neorg. Tekhnol. 1972, 39-48 (1972) THERMAL STAT3ILITY AND DECOMPOSITION KINETICS`DF AWONIUM NITRITE AND ALKALIESi FORMED IN THE AMMONIA PURIFICATION OF WASTE GASES OF A NITROSE-SULFATE SYSTErt~ I .r 4 ,d56413a Thenn+l stahility and decomposition Y•iqetics of r•,rn,nnium nitcite• and altcalas (olmed in th- an:mor•.ia puriG,a- tion of waste gascs of a nitrosc-scliate s•.•steru. Varf3mov, hf. L. bfanakin, G. A.; lblitckl,, Llsl„ Odessa, l'SSlZ). htle~ '~dn-rQ. Tekl:n.rl. 1972, 's9-a3 (kcss). Edited by Puxin, M. li. "Xauka," Leuiu;:ad. Otd.: LtninSrad, li:,•:k. 7lrc thc:mal stability of aq. solns. cd \Ff,- \O, at b!1 to 90° t%:._, shuLed. The XO,' eor.cns, of 0.5-2.0 rnoleil. and ratio = 2 corrcIlxmd tn f• •;siblc \Ot- eonttnls in alk. solns. and to the scsttms fonncd by ummoniacal purification of %saste rascs from nitrosc-suifate systems. The kinetics of NO.- c;ccr,,;rpn. uu;ltr tht >ame concc,s. ar•,d ten ps. rn the p:esence of bc•e:.tt butier tras evamd. At 90', ?,1! \11,- NO:, and pN 7.09, the ratc of dccomnn. is 4th order, (k, - 7°y X 10'' t:role' 1.''), with activation cucrgy 114.5 k)!g-niole. For lower teu lx. and roncn,., the order af the icaction carurot be detd. The nrechauism of N}1<NO, decom;n. in inJustriel alk. solns• and nitrose-sulfate systeuis is discussed. 1'. Pel-arck MO3;1l't/ll ttlluaj.cuJl..w .. v.,........~ ......... .....e.,,. __.r_... k \ 06 0 0 n cj 0 7 9 7 2.' rBn _,1
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vl 1 B1 '°•,.znRYS METOD ozN.!cz.LNL~, B1olm, KasbtR3czz Z1ttYS MMD QZ,NAGZArILA 2'tIiIXQTYI3Y W ZL".WFALE ROSLxt~~'YA. (Oz+tlina oa h3e1-ado for Determinatlon of Nor• nicatic. a in P.anfi Kacaxiol.) Poseepy r3aEuk &olnicsycn 9(tia. 2) 1a9..16 (1962) - In Polish
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t I Mutation Ilescarch 40 (1976) 273-271r, 50273 0096 , I WElsevicr Scientific I'ublishing Company, Amstcrdam - Printed in T~ie Netherlands j XXII TteR9-76 j S.P. 1 Short communicatton A COMPARISON T'sRIaOl`T OF TiiL MUT.~.Gl.ivl^. PP~,OPERTIE S OF VINYL CHLOR,ILE AND hII,Ti-IXL CI1LORIIIu * A.W. ANDREWS, E:S; ,?7itVlIrTOVVSKI and C.R. VALI:NTINIJ Fredericl; Cancer Research Ccnter, Fredcrich, hfarylanc121701 (U.S.A.) (Received Deceniber 12th, 1975) (Accepted Aiarch 1st, 1976) In developing a screening progrum for environmental gases using the Ames assay [1], we have fou;id that vinyl chloride (CzH3C1) and methyl chlcride (CH3CI) are highly mut^.~enic. Both gases are industrial chemica.ls; vinyl chlo- riie ip the manufactwe ~f p~ly~~'r:yl cl~loride (PVC) and methyl chlc:ide as a a j ~iu Si3e~rnar~` [;~? h'tute shown the presence of methyl chlo- re:ri~;t.ai~1. ~ij~,i~il ,:,~, c,,,(,;-a±hus_sui;~°st~n, i.h=t a la:ge partion of our uonu; ;t9nn -'f
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aCs 9 :1^~t~,' X l
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..,., _.~.....r . j---- - ' 581 Zeewme tf:'~-'(7t':'°°4at"hor) Be Beermann, iJ. CELL DIh'FERENTIATION AND xoRPHQGBNESZS, BY W. neermann, R. J. Gautheret, P. D. Nie:~,wkoop, C. V. ;1ardLv, V. B. Kigglesworth, B. Wolff, and J. A. D. zeevuart (International Lecture Course, Wageningen, The :?etherlands April 26-9, 1965) i966 209 Pages Horth-Holland Publishing Co., Amsterdaa o©7 ~ 'i
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TO~ACC~--ST.~~;CI1ri,--i';,'iC'ti~L~GY/S~'C~f:Ih'~ HA$ITS--REi,It;nIIISHIPrI:/ 76 X Ka U. S.) PItOG PWt. a0273 0124 RJR CLASS NO. P,11,tf('III.ET 76 X I:a Knnzlcr, M.; AM ,T,ffc, J. }I. (N. Y. St. Psycliiatric Inst.; Coll. I'hys. Surg., Coliir.hia L'ntv., N. Y. P.L:SPOi:SE OF ITi:DICAL Y;.P..`'i0:;::I:L TO AN ON-SITE S'.'JKTNG CF:SSAi10.'I Jour. Clin, Psyc1:o3.. 32 (No. 3) 670-74 (1976) (in EnElish) 0 ,~ 0 0 'i1 iG i ci 7
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50273 0131 E::CYCLOPEDIA OF I'OLYj--SER SCIENCE AND TECIIVOLOGY; PLASTICS, RESINS, kUllI3ERS, FIL'I:1;S. v. 1964- Intersc3.encc (W;.ley) New York
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QD 245 F Zechbeister; Laslo, =1889-: ~ ed. Fortschritte der cheniie organischer naturstoffe; eine slmm- lunl; von zusammenfas.wnden berichten, tinter mitwirkun.-con A. Iiutcn:uidt ... F. Ko-l ... 11'. N. I[aworth ... tundi E. Spiith ... von L. Zechineister ... Wien, Verla- von Julius Springer,1J.^>8-76 '98v. tltua., dtagrs. z4 cm. Articles 1n German or English. Includes bibliographies. 0. 1. Chemistry, Organic. r. Zechme!ster, LQSaIb, 1&4J- ed. ir. •Butenandt, Adolf, 1:11)3- ed. Q1h115.rG7 --~ A C ;n-,0t r. Ditnnes.-pta. Unir. Lib( for Library ot Congress " t-NaAli1 ----......~---~_._..~.......,-.r,,.....- ~•--...~-...-.. ,-_- ~? tZ~ ~7 0 i? 79 78 . _. _. .. _ ~.~-,. r . .. ~,.r..., .t.: _,
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. SMOI:ING IiA13ITS--RELINQUISHII~G/TnIiACCO--S; IOiCING--PSYCIlnLOGY/ 76 \Ka F.JR CLASS N0. ;'A:•ti'iil:h:T 76 X Ka Kanzler, Id. ; Jaf fe, J. H. ; (New York SC. Psychiatric Inst., :7ew Yort:, N, Y.) LONG- AND SltORT--TERtI i:FI'F.CTIVi:\FSS OF A LARGE-SCALE i'I:OPr.ILrAItY CES.~iATIO:l PROGRAM - A!i-YE:1R FOLLO„-UP OF .St:O:;ENDi:RS PARTICiPA"dTS, Jour. Cl in. Psyciioi. 32 (::o; 3) 661-69 (1976) (in Fn,;lish) 50273 0122 ~ ~ E i S' fJF:ING U O C i l~ ( / 6 t J, v 9 ~'
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76 II Re2-81 S.P. TERPENOIDS IN HETERuTHLCA INULOIDES CASS s.1ok4..,a and cA. ztero 1 Ctaa ter 109. 30: I -U2S 111x1 p.tarf;d vortommende Terpen-Derivate, 63" .nru o r ua r l~ r . i.e~ bgen foc Or}leade CUceix der Ter'aiscfiee Uairasitit laLs *ah dn t7. J~ U3, i),-IOOO Beew 12 t.+ep,4ca a. a. oboea tns 50273 0101 2021 tber die InhaltsstoBe voo HeuroHucs icafoides Ca$. ri 6 d r` e e t~ ~ ie t ? s ta-1.md dec R.:1. dw 4nws bela.area Dune.e /md 2 carlahes e.Tebes dw oEenrdachen Teiti 16d acse Saqwtapeae K! 7. 8 .d M.o.u Gdalm t3s aod Qmaam Dr Srrrkrwen .vdm r.praclia dura apeLtraiepKcYe MaAode. Idlin 71s.elh Oaeselrt Ta}se Dsi..tlwa U" O11r C.ak.eeb d lfer.+llMOe i.bidr Caa •S& Ae roou as.um dw atread. t.o+s drse.a I aad 2 dw ae+eal paru l.eld F.e we. .ei '.apraec {t 17. t a.d 100 b1nLe* viN m+lene a+ad qYerano, Tac urctrc% are duc} &d a.a:h 8. epenrwaepic aurlo& Nnr. -bura i.doiles Cass tFam Caujwrirae. TriDus Asurearl ia basher oocb hscM arrbrr !nhakstioRr uorersucLt .rordm Dr Wrrxin der in Mexito bamiscben PAana arLah<r w tkaaer Menpe die Derens aus der trkxAen Tribus WMenen Cw%'erbln- de,Vrn I ond 2'' amx ein Scsquneryen. das ludi in den obenrdncAcn Teikn rasammen r aoeArero as6eraa vortmnmt. U~~ ~ n n t~ t~ 7~ 7:i
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50273 0104 CorGol:wdrole Rrsearch, 36 (1974) 1-12 Z.^} Efscviei 5cicntiGc F'~l~s ing Cocipsriy, p.rnstcrdam - Printed in Bclgiurri ~ 7SIl/ != h~ THE ISOLATION Ol^ DI n (INDOLE-3-ACETY.L);.m}'o-INOSITOL ANI) -. ,.. .. . TRI-O-(INDOLE-3-ACETYL)-nt}•o-INOSI TOL FROM MATURE ~ A KERNELS OF,w- rzxi w 1 AXEL Eit.•.'J.\ti AY.D 1:ODERT S. 13it\DURSrJ De{'ar/nrenr of llolan.)and Planl Palhology, Afichigan Slale Unlocrsiry, 1:ns! Lansing, RfieluFan 4S8?,I (U.S.A.) (Rccci%•cd October Ist. 1973; a-cepted in revised form, March 15th, 1974) ArSTRACTA Di-O-(indolc-3-acetN,l)-nr}•o-inositol and tra-O-(indolc-3-acctyl)-nryo-inositol have been isolated frorri kernels of Zea rrlc}s and identiftcd bv eas-li«uid ci;mmatr)- i U:~ n n !i t,' (Z 7 9 76
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50273 0093 f.: ..: .:;• . I Gr4 (1963) 2avala;A. (Jt.-Author) • 'Xicrofiche Granv,m, 11. R. r•.xrL0,c.t:TIO'_I QF 0?AL/I;TFORMA,L, TECt??t i CAL CC'r^JaICATIO:'5 BF.llAVIG:t, by W. R. Gr?ham, C. B. '-;:,gaer, W. P. Gloe~Q azd A. zav :1~. 1967 kn.cricna In3titutea for Research Washington 14 AM_::• 4) C) 0 O () ,.....- . . . .. . ~r- . . . ..t-~ _ .. ~ .-. . .. .. . .,
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50273 0114 Confidential-Manuscript submitted for publication in Beitrage Tabakforschung. MARiHUANA/ TOHACCO--ANALYIICAL MtTHUDS 81 X De cannabis in tobacco; some analytical and leral complications. Prof . dr. "VIr'~~~$ Department of Toxicology, State University of Groningen and Ir. L.I. Rorteweg Quality Assurance Dpt., Royal Factories Theodorus Niemeyer, Groningen Introduction I When hashish and marihuana became popular drugs in the Western hemisphere during the sixties and seventies, much attention was paid in forensic toxicology to the development of adequate procedures to reliably identify plant material as being - or as co tainin,g f hashish or marihuana. In the initial U ~~ n +~+ari~a ot ~f 6ont?ovesy~was due to the fact that hashish and
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50273 0115 '76 ~~ Rt _ gl S JCNK JfiG46 P 73 ~~EUR J CLIN PHAf.MACOI,20 Correlation of Serum and Saliva Theophylline Concentrations after Administration of a Sustained Release Preparation 73-78C/ypi) ..-. J. H. G. Jonkman'•2, G. H. Koeter', R. Schoenmaker2, K. de Vries3, J. E. Greving', and ~R~:'•"~~eeitVvt!. Summary. The correlation between serum and sa- liva levels of theophylline was investigated in seven healthy volunteers after multiple dose administration of a low dose (300 mg/day) and a high dose (900 mg/ day) of a sustained release theophylline preparation (Theo-Dur'-'~). Tablets were taken for five days, at 8 a. m. and 8 p. m. and a last dose was taken on Day 6 at 8 a. m. Fourteen serum and saliva samples were collected simultaneously during the dosing period and for up to 32 h after the last dose. On the 300 mg/ day regimen the level in saliva was 55.3% of the serum level, with an overall variability of 6.7% and an intrasubject variability of 10.5%. After 900mg/ day, the saliva concentration was 55.5% of the serum concentration, with an overall variability of 7.6% and an intrrubject v ria lityj~f 1~,7%r,A~~ rrela- tion i~s ~Ttiu~~ l~c;tw~~rt ldotlfl deSermibatio~ts (r=0.99). which suFcects that saliva tPvels cnuld be plasma and saliva over a plasma concentration range of 4 to 14 µg.ml-' (Koysooko et al. 1974; Levy et al. 1974), starting one hour after ingestion of a theophylline solution. They used the non-selective Schack and Waxler method (Schack and Waxler 1949) for analysis. Eney and Goldstein (1976) also found a good correlation between the two estimates 2 h after administration of a hydroalcoholic solution of theophylline. Galant et al. (1977) reported very low hour-to- hour variability, as well as good week-to-week con- sistency, of the plasma/saliva ratio in the individua' patient after ingestion of theophylline-containing capsules, elixir or aminophylline tablets. Khanna et al. (1980) found that monitoring of saliva theophylline concentration could be an alter- native to measurement of serum concentration in pre'Prm i-•f!-tts .eceivinQ aminorhvlline (ietrav- I
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50273 0121 l ~~ iC.Ir~K CLASS i`J0. FA`•'LfIfLI:T 75 X Ba 13F1ttcllily, lt. ; 'r111Il] Clllilnil, 1:. Di11in,,Cr , A. (P~i~'1:I11.: Cri;;clie I~111V('i':1tiItSllt~lilainil:, 1'Ctel'::Fil'ilI)<-11, }iaSe], Sldiri:.) CONSU;fP'C1p': PATT):]J:S FOR /-~!.C01:0L, DRUGS AN1) TOI,:1CC0 IN A RI:1'la:Si:?dT'A'1'11'E SArn'LI: OF 1{1:AL111Y SI•:ISS 20 YEAit OLD NAL1:S. *(l:o;lsumv rh.:ltell einer rcpiiscl:tati.ven Stichprohc von 4082 P,esumden 20 3ahrigen Schwei: er I•t; r.aern in hezu,-, auf Alkollo] , Urooen und I:auch!ozlrcn.)* Schweiz. Ncd. l.'schr. 105 (No. 6) ].R0-1S7 (1975) (in Germi2n A•1i.th 1:nF,3.ish summary) •:1975, No. 7, ld 2435* Yda Tobacco .^.nalysiE (r.ledicine) (economics) : G,~ i~ Ci t i i, u'l •/ 7:;
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50273-0123 SMOKING HARITS--RF.LI110TrISHING/TO)iACCO--S"rOKIt?C--PSYCITnLOGY/ NICOTII;F.--PITAP.i 1ACOLOCY/ 77 X Ze RJR CLASS 170. P1MPHLET 77 X Ze -'Z,eide.nberg*.,P. ;~y Jaffe, J. H.; Kanzler, rt.; Levitt, Pi. D.; Langone, VunaLis, TT. V. (:J. Y. Psychi~(tric Inst., 11. Y.; Brandeis Univ., Dep. Riochem., 1.'altham, Nass., U. S.). ~/ NICOTINE: ~,`OTINI:;E LEVELS IN BLOOD T)UE:ING CIESSATIO?l OF S:SO::I':G. Cosni,rchesnvie Psychiatry 18 (No. 1) 93-101 (J2n.-Feb. 1977) (in EnElish) t (1),Scrum cotinine dctcrminations offcr a:ncthod of vcrifying srnokcrs' I ' testimony rcgarding initial smoking cessation and long-ran!,c abstincnce. ! (2) The avail~bility of a rapid and sensitive assay fo jscrum cotinine opcns up the possibility of awidc ran--c of cxpcriincnts on the r}•lativc roles of nicotinc and smokinc,/ ____ _. __--- ~ Psychologic factors in compulsive cigarette a 0 6 0 0 0 6 U 7 9 9
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50273 0095 ~.P.MeB9-79 t•nArr. cloP W _-----__._..._--- -- - - ~ IltrK XXV111 19IE Z1:~ZVT !r7 ALEICSA:J1)IlA 1CltYNS/CA. AfAf.GOffZA7'A POSNIAK, 614.02t,4:G78.02 ZYCAft/N'1' GKAI3OWS1C1 13ADAN i 1: l,h'f 1SJI SURSTA NC.] I LOTNI'CI I P)tZY I'It'l,G'1'11'()It5'1'lYl1; I'J.AS'1'I'Fl]COX'4'!'iNCGO I'OLICIILOIthU "INYLU 1I1 !/// ?aklail Chcmii Przemyslowej Kierownik Zakladu - A. Sentek Miqdzyzaktadowa Pracownia Pon:iarbw I Obliczeri y_,,fi~~ ~1 , C , Kicrownik Pracowni . "` z I Opisano badania sklr•du produl:tbw lotnych emitowanych przy prze- twi,rstwic plastyfikowanc;o polichlor3:u winylu w procesic produkcji kabli oraz oznaczanic liczbotvych wskat.nik6w emisji, tj. ilosci substan- eji wydziclanych z urzldze(produi:cyjnych, przypadajacej na jedno- stkq czasu i jednostkq przerabianego surowca. W wyniku badan ustalono, ie Cl6wnym sktadniY.iem emitowanycii O t ~ npro~.lkt~v jf;t p~sly(j){:al~ 7ftalan dwuoktylowy, wydziclany w ilo- :7 l~Sci~d}I 3--9,~1 g,na 17k~; :rolf ca. Poza tym w emitowanych produk- tach tach wystepujcl flady benzenu, tolurnu i ksylenu, natomiast chlorownd6r i chlorek u'inylu prakt)•cznie nic «ydziclaj~} sir•• N4yniki badan wska- .~
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\ TS 2240 Ba 1977 50273 0119 DRUG ABQSE/SMORING RABITS--SiRTZERLAND/TOBACCO--SWTfZLWAND/ TOBACCO--SMOT.IxG--SORVEY/TOBACCO--SMOiCIIfG--PSYCHOLOGY/SMORING & BEALTR/ SOCIAL MEDICINE AND PEDAGOGIC SCIENCE FOR YOIITH, VOL. 14/ ~'{4Soziatmedizinische und pidagogische i t+ete~eaeber (I Jugendkunde > G. Luet, easel Eine SchrJtenreihe fur Arzte und Erzieher ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND DRUGS IN THE LIFE OF THE ADOLESCENT. A Study of 4082 Swiss Recruits in Relation to the Consuypption of Stimulants in Civil Life and in the School of Recruitment. Alkohol,Tabak und Drogen '~~~'~-trs = R Battegay, R• Muhlernuut, D. NeU, R ZehadeyP. Hoch im Leben des jungen Mannes and A- Dainpr Untersuchung an 4082 Schweizer Rekruten betreffend Suchtmiuelkonsum im Zivilleben und wahrend der Rckrutenschule i• Henutgegebenin Zusarpmen tt mit der Nrt elnem vorwort von G. Ritxl . Karrr • Buel • Miurchen • Puris • london • New York • Sydney 977 tSidgeuhf; q Kompty sio n~e n de n/tllrohlsrt: us' (Pusident: Standernt %t. Eggenberger T) Subkommission fur wssenschaitit,he Forschung . -. 1RiaiP.entG.PiOGQ•• k. Rittea~yl .. ... (-'
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50273 0135 - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK Ref, Q 143 Zp--1982 ed .); E+e r M a n, F. ( e d.); DIRECTORY OF INTERNATIONAL AND NATIONAL MEDICAL AND RELATED SOCIETIES. PBZ InforMatics-PergaMon Press.New York, NY.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1538 0 6 E1 0 n 0 U 8 0 11 7
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50273 0111 RA 576 Un 1979 . WATER--ANALYSiS/P0LY1UCLrr1R oRGANIC tL1TTER/CA.SES--A1.tl.Y.SLS/~ILS--r1;rAf.YSiS/ A'IR--ANALYSIS/AI!t--POLLUTTO`:--A":ALYSIS/: `fF.TALS--ANALYSIS/ ENERGY Co:v'VEitSION PROCLSSLS/EaVIRnVFTL?ITAL tT0'7ITORINC/AEP,OSnLS/ CIlE14I5TXX,AflALYTIC-_-o~~~---R---G1aIC/CHE:dIST1"y, INOP.CA\IC--ANALYSTS: / •. AEPOAT NO. ' ' - - . rIICIP/ 'Tr n ~1 N~7 EPA-800/7-79-029a /((( J j/ U ////- ..T1T.. AND/,u.TITL. Emissions Aeeeetament of Conventional 6' "i"OnT OAT. Stationary Combustion Systems: Mothods and Proce- , ,.,~oR`oonOANIIATIONCOD/ dures Manual for Sampling and Analysis r.A1/TN 04. J,W,Hamersma,D.G,Ackerman,bi.114.Ya- em ndZee,~, ]C Un~,K.T.11fcGre ~o~r,J. F. Clau- nr^.ft. 5 Ship ro, and E, L; Moon f. PE/1/OAMIN0 OMOANItAT1ON NAM! ANO AOOR!/A TRW Systems Group EHB525 One Space Park , Rodondo Beach, California 90275 88-02-2197 17.E11ONE0111N0 AOINCY NAME AND ADOWEW- EPA, Office of Reeearch and Development Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 j.i. P/qPOflMINO 0/10ANI2ATION /1EPO11T NO. tO.fNDOnAM l ti':RTF3 ,rus- TY~~,~O!Jt I~,/~~T ~.~/q7,'/1100 COV!!•l0 .1I1a / 1' O t4. iPON0o111N0 AO(NCY COO9 EPA/600/13 IE.$VPIIIM[NTAqY NOTEET17RL-RTP roject offic L9 R Id A Y ti e i D 82 5 2.647. p r ona . enoz - a, .I , 919 'A1- The manual describes a detailed and integrated eet of sampling and analy- tical procedures for conventional combustion sources which are cornpatibla with tha information requirements of a comprehensive Level 1 environmental asaessment. The,purpose of the data to be generated by these tests is to ultimately provide emis- 0 b C1 Q fI Ct Cl 7 y~i 3 • !.
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50373 0087 4 41 1 , ~. ~ TOBACCO--S%t0KIPIG--PSYCIIOLOGY /S`t0Y.ING 11AT;ITS--STUDENTS/ TOBACCO--YUCOSLA}rIA/ TOBACCO -SPtOY.IDIC--SURVI:Y/ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPIILET 77 X Za 77 ~ 7.a Zarkovic', -C. ; Dzumhur, Me ; Didic, P. ;}:orkut, E. (Institut 11iEijenu Socijalnu tted. lied. Fak. Sarajevo; Yugoslavia) DIFFUSION A21U CAtlSE OF St•iO);It7G AM0;IG SCHOOL C1IILDRBt. IN SARG1EV0, ~ YUGOSLAVIA. *(Rasprostranjenost i Uzroci Pusenja kod Skolske Omladine u Sarajevu.)* f; PSedicinski Arhiv 29 (No. 3) 207-211 (1975) (in Yugoslavian wiXh English , summary) The examinr~tion was done on ] 561 u ils of ~ little number of those who do not want to lea~ec ~i p p . ~ both sexes from 10-21 years of aoe by un anony- smoking (12,9"/e), and a bio number of those w:io ~ mous questionnoirc. It wa; e~t~blish^d that 37,a".'s would do lh`.s under the ccrte:n conditi:,as. The i, ~ of pupils smo:-:e, more boys than girls. The critical examined pupils are rather good informed about ~ years for the beginning of smo:ing, are•]5 and 16, the bad consequences of smoking, but the not smo- ~; ~ although inany of them bc•., in also earlier. Thc ken bcttcr (70,8'/0) than smokers (53,;'!e). The not i ( mos` of smokers :.nokc vp to 10 c:garetcs, and the smokers do not smoke mostly becovse they know ~ percentzge of more serious smulcers is bigger that smol:inn is harmful to health, also becouse ~' among boys than among girls. The most of pupils they consider smoking a bad r:anner, or beeous:• j! smoke becouse of the phy.:ical plear,tre, but the they just do not like it. The most of the not srr.o- ; ' tnost important factor why thr.y beiin to smoke is kers will not begin •to srno/ce, and 60° o of smokers the influc•ncc of friends (GG,7'!a). In th:s aoe is vcry have thc intention to stop srno'<ing. t ~ _ - --_ ..------ ----- ----- ----- - -___.--- -- ~ • .. : ~ - . --0 a - a- , .~ - ---- ---------- .- ~
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50273 0132 Zein. . QA Rathmann, Dorothy M 1917- 431 Zein; an unnotatea bibliography, 1591-1J53. Pittsbur-lr, ~ R 1954. vi, 118 p. 23 cm. (:tiellon Institute iof Industrial ltesenrch, Pitts- burgh, Bibliographic series. Bulletin no. 7) 1. Zein-Bibl. (Series) Z5524.Z5R3 M7*-~ 54-35C0 *016.547J2 016.5178 kl~d C! A Lfbrary of Congre ss () * () 17 Q 3 U l ) 14 . t51 • r
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\ BF 30 Ro 1979 50273 0128 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN/ Harper's Experimental Psychology Series wnder the edilorabip ojA.. AU!/ip Ze(jleiy Experimental, s .ychology: A Small-N Approach PAUL W. ROBINSON DAVID F. FOSTER Briglwm Young Univnrfh HARPER & ROW, Publishers New York. Hagerslown. Philadelpbia, San flronciscq London 0 C1 +f ll tI tJ a) l7 v ll lJ .i a
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50273 0127 FOR Si1 LAf ONIs L LA -T YI'l l1MUll1 UM - ~ I;Isevicr/Nurlh -Ilollanci 13iumedical Press TII1:IUTAGENICI'I'Y OF II1?'1'1.ROCYCLIC N-NITROSAi\tIN1:S ~ Alulation ltcscarcJ~, 57 (197R) 1~10 N . //l JVf 3 2 535V) 3, EN v1RoNM, MtirA6E,'1tSis„ (Received 29 June 1977) (Revision received 8 November 1977) (Accepted 9 Novcmber 1977) 0 Division of Toxicology, Food and Drug Administration, lVashington, D.C. 2020•1 (U.S.A.) 0 Z 4WRO"MPffiFaT * and ALBERT T. S}IELDON ,6liA0c' Poa ll 2 2 33 1 i ,„ ., Summary , r/I'. Vr/1:) :~.i/:_a_ _ /~ 14 carcinogenic r and noncarcinogenic heterocyclic N-nitrosamines were evaluated for mutagenicity to Salmonella typlatnuriu,n TA-1535, which responds to mutagens inducing base-pair substitutions. Both suspension and plate tests were used, with mouse and rat liver in vitro metabolic activation systems. All carcinogenic nitrosamines showed a positive response in at least one test system, as did the noncarcinogens. In general, the mutagenic iesponses ~ Q '1 tl il ! 9 ~'~ 9 ' -&- - . , . .. . -- .L1 _;,
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50273 0120' -74 X Ba,_ DRUG ABUSE/TOBACCO--SJ'0KING--:'tOTIVATIO:+/ SMOKINIARITS--?tEV/ ~ ~ i .~ .S fi.lR CLASS N10. PA:tPHL1,T 74 X l;al Battegay, IZ. ; Piuhlemann, R. ; c-ZehMet;=.R.'" (Federal. Corin. against l:':cehollsn, Subco;rnt. Sci. Res. , S:,itzr_rl•i;:4) COMPARATIVE I,:VT:STIGA•l7.O:4S ON .V.t;Oi:OL-DI.UG- AND NICU" 'Ii:G-AfiUSF. 0^ ~, REPRESENTATIVE GROUP OF 4000 20 YEAR OLD 1il;V. Jour. Pharmacol. 5(No. 52) 5(].974) (In English) 1972/1973, a representative sample of 4082 20 year old healthy men in 31 mili- tary sehools were examined by a standar- dised qeestionnaire and a personal inter- view cosscerning their intake of alcohol, narcotic and psychotropic drugs and smo- king habits. The data of 2159 recruits are elaborated until now. *1974,No. 19, W 7283* *d* - k Tobacco nedicine: 239 (11,2%) were alcohol abstinent, 1738 (81,4)C) indicated that they drunk a weekly amount corresponding to less than 350 g of alcohol 100%, 159 (7,4%) r~iore than this. Enumerated in the order of their frequency, 465 (22,1%) indicated having taken drugs in thc anamnesis from the Cannabis-,Hallucinogene-,Ampheta- mine- or Morphine-type. 19 (4,1%) of these 465 have abused hypnotics, tran- quillizers, analgesics. 839 (38,9%) re- ported to refrain from smoking, 268 out of 1311 (20.4%) to smoko more than 2C cigarettes a day. The intake of alco- •hol, of narcotic and psychotropic drugs as well as the smoking habits of the sample are significantly correlated to the corresponding habits of the parents and to brnken-home in childhood. .. . ~ . __.----•._....._...-.--..~ -..~...- 0
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50273 0134 : 7R °I *tu cLE,SS ~ ::uic zeit ~ I 1 Iil TtIIRU ?•,C?L[] C(~~:;iTf:IES, S''4::I~.1 IS CECC''::~:~ f: STP•.TU~ ~~ '.. 'L. ~ *(In den Ent•:;ic{:lun~slancl,rn a:ird d;e i'iczrct*.e ir.:ier r.••~i;- zur~ ~ Statussym~~ol. )* ; + Die Zeit (t;o. 20) n.p. (i'ay 12, 19iC) - in Ceman r: ~ r~ c~ 0- tl fa t; 8 ts t) ~
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50273 0125 YI Ze *Z31dL.~'3r1 a"aR(:^.r~•4 A. a7.' :'rlu ~ D AT T> e~~c'•`•?IC C~1I~; _. ;' C:' C?~.I','tP:1.Ii Lt?1~.:,";`!'tC .S 'LGBi~~C'JS by s ~ Zo2d1dr or.d Wil7.i.az;z Y. C.,=1cs~rll of T'rb1ic F:".".i; : (1937) - P'r.-,fo,.t-lat , (l fl +~ Cl ~i T ~:' ~l 'l rc•ntir±i )v:_ vJ V
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--~ t-i t , . . 50273 0118 7<\wd<r, Oat~.~, C;... .wd C~.•a. h•..++ .~.cwFf.eroM.do~.:.! Lq.eu w! ~4 .~.cw of 4yatA l,.v ~ ~: ?`.eF-E-~--74 YI:A='T/ ; { :{ i l A S" i bi f h f i ca o~ sp~,t.s o cro o t e Presen i~li atiosI of fipple Juice, Factors 1«fluencing t}ic Heat and Radiation vi.nsltlVlt~ : ~=f+{ . `°V of 6accharomyces cc:revisiae , . • end the Effect of Con-ibined Treatment •!i1• 7.ehndctt Ainj /..h3. Iijti:ay',1. k',i. .~s~s WI•D• C'tarLCs rlnst;:utt of Qiol~~y, Reutot Ce1tc ,5e3ersdotf{Au tr~ U (kc'eeived July 27, 1970, !wt IG6J 1 0 Lt the first port of tlus report a dcscriptian is gi~•en o)"t%u inJtucue nj:crcra! j etors, such es rr,eda:m• pNand storage, on )rast submitted to hcat or.radivion trca:m.cnt. Cc1R trcarcd K itlt heat are nrnre rrsutcnt in buffer than in epple jvice, whJe irradiwion is tnorc ejlectivt iz b:rf/ r than in c~plr luicc. Af o pli of J. A. cells are rnore resistant to heat and irradiition than at p117.0. Stvrcpc up to -' or 3 monN2t at 4`C cnharcc.l the heat crui rud.::ion st rsarvitv of the yeast crl:urcs Thr sccoud p<'rt of this re ^ort uncstrc.:t s a con!Gincd n:at cr i rca:ation trcatrnuU. The inJlucr.cc of cldi:iurJ! trca.'• mcnts - hcat s::pplcmvnt:rv to tcdJticr. .:r:d ra:lur;or. s•:ppicr:7cnr.nv to hcat - on yeatt ecll• rs stud:cd. "Jo r:~r.ac.rt differcn-e, wit!_ one esceptfon, ..as'tour.,l b.°tween prr :Li p(; st reet trca:.neats. Jrradutwn st.pPrGr,ca.4d u: on hca ,
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XI Ze ~ Zoi~3a~; '°Jo Ra 50f13 0126 BT1iUEti DUI:ST STIhRK t:0i: DiT:ItI :.R'P. DIE 2•SI1RK'111Iti'IUM DER ZIGAR..::IiMUiMtS'TDLL'~t t'DRD ,id fLDG I;STI;'C1Q' - InIR IJEIiC; KQPII'l'.TSTIIItM F,ZODV'L: i1T'.2 Io (Ileavily concentratcd blue =oko. Compot2tion for the mrkot sharee hy the (Woat Gorr=) cigarotto rmai'acturo= - only a few producors with auffic5.ont capital atrength. ) Dcr VolImIrt J,,(t;oo 2A 9.-~16 (t!ry I,4, 1~) - In Carrran with c~~s-„e Ebgliah tranalation6
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50273 0117 QA Compus:er Science and Applied Mathematics 76 t A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS AND TEXTBOOKS Rh Editor, 1971 Werner Rheinboldt University of Maryland r~~ae~~~~•c~~' 77.g of .cIN~T~- f~'C"Pe A~'caerz',"' cc e"Jeer I? C ~~: i:;e: II'ith ALGOL ufid FORTRAN Progrants CORRECTED AND AUGMENTED EDITION Translated by Werner C. Rheinboldt iiANS P. KO NZI butitute for fluid Drnamics and Applied afothematics Unit ersity of Zurich Vni"rsity of Aiaryland, College Park, Afar ) land otif fidgenossische Teclinische Ilochschule Switzerland and Cornclie J. Rheinboldt rurich , ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco I l. G. TZSCHACH A Subruliary of flarcourr Brace Jovanovic•h, Publishers Dicision of Mathematical tilctl,ods lD.%f Deutschland, Berlin, Germany London 1971 .C~_^,ryZENNLIi~R ~ n l1 £iJ~enoUssisrhe~Techiisclu lloclischule luric6, Swit:erland ~ l ! ~ ~
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50273 0129 Cl1RRENT MICROBIOLOCY, Vol 4(198U). pp. 3R7-3K9 ~'1 0 - - ~ f`_ittrrs-tft t 81 I I Scl f, ,. icrobial _ ethanol Fo.rmatioOA Major End Product of ectin Metabolism Bernhard Schink and J 1--~~-f C7 .11A Department or Bacterioloay, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706, USA Abstract. Various pectinolytic strains of Clost.idiune, Erwinia, and Pseudomonas species produced methanol as a major end product during growth on pectin but not on glucose or polygalacturonic acid. Pectin metabolism of Clostridium buryricum straiq4P1 correlated with a final product con- centration of 16 mM at the end of growth, and a 1:1 stoichiometry for methanol production and percent initial substrate methoxylation. Growth on pectin was associated with high activity of pec- tin methylesterase and the absence of methanol consumption. The ecological significance of pectin metabolism and the establishment of microbial methylotrophic metabolism in nature is discussed. 0 6 o Q0 0 1) t3 u 0 1 7 _s
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: 50273 0142 Z. anal. Chem. ? ;y225-?35 -(19?i) Hahn, Friedsiali L. TITRMTRIC BETEiHlIPATY0ii O? t`«~iESIIW, Z1i."C^.. ItiLI;~Y:'tT:•i 1•:.MJ CO?PF1Z, bp Frficdx:Ch L. hahn ard Exiah KaAt1eb. TranslaKion front Z. ariox. Cheaa. 7!, 225• 235 (1929)
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50273 0133 . T(1BACC(1--GERMANY/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/SMqQNC AND HEAi.TH/TOBACC(1--SMOKINC--HFALTH EFFECT/ XI ToR2-77 Dif' RJR CLASS :10. PAMPHLET XI ToB2-77 s.p. e t~Leit " i p r S ' T PERSO'~'~EL ' OR ' •. 3Y ON St101.ING FOR TRANSP ~ LEGAL I:IPLICATIONS FOR GER,~SA. ~ ~ i *(Rechtim Alltag.,t+'er Unter Rnuchern Leidet.)* Die Zeit, 1976, p. not given (Nov. 26, 1976) (in German) *Abstr. in: Snoking llealth,Press*news, Article 18. (Nov. 1976)*(in : English)' ~ Discusses . . environmental tobacco i ~ !. U 16 n to express their own personality must be considered of less importance than health protection for non-sraikers, An air- traffic controller succeeded in enforcing a ban on smokino- at his place of work as did a student for lecta :e halls Tioth I . these decisions were against public institiutions. If~pas:,ive smoking is really proved to affect health, the Labour Courts ma_s f1e11 enforce bans on smoking in offices of private compa- n~e,;. _ e .y the legal_implications for Germany on the controversy regarding .~ . . smoke. ~Since 1975, transport personnel ~e.g.-taxi an3 bas drivers~ ` f - are not pe,.;nitted to smoke while transporting passens;ers, and passenrers tnist respect "no smoking" siLns in buses and , taxis. Recently, courts have decided that the rignt of smokers
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_50273 0137 vi Ni _.2eitier, Se.ns-JorB, Niesadrp Helmut UBER A4S "HiCClI'I2-3L¢W"p He]iuut 213.emex; Herbert Bucherer, P,ans-Jora Zeitier and Edith Str.dler (Tentative c2entca1 ctructure of the dye rrlicotine Blue" foraed by Artbrobacter nicotinovorum on nicotine•containing substrates.) Zeitscto". P2tyaio].. Craa. M (no. 4..5 ) 28204 (1964) ,....,;.~.,~,.. . . .. . . _ .. . . , . e ,y
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' : ~e:_ ^1,t-'- c::: 5027-3 0141 .Z, Anal. Chem. = (No.-6) 401-07-(1960) . i•Tt•:.Ill l.~' •_...:ri~. ~ '. \.. 1 .• ..~ :,_ .~ ,_".Y.!T; ~ ~i : 1:. C i'..J lZ. 1i::'ii^e
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0 G ~ ,.. .. ~f~3c f q i . .:S J~;':cY , 3 :) a D1) ~Il :'~ :.-i:~~ ~±_ ~l e~ I .•rf?i•T^....~..,' 4 a2I '3 3Mt-~••I Twl ~ 6f l0 ELZ05 ~
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I 50273 0140 TwQ,-~t~7s"~SP, / TOXICITY 01' CUU~fARIY L. W. IiAZ1,ETnY, T. W. TUSING:II:,lti '/.HITf.11, It. TIIII:SSI:N, JR. A.O 1f. K. 11 U ltlat' Xatkion Laborrtlnriur, Tnlft Chrirch, L'irginia, uuJ Cenlral Laboratories, Caural Food,r Corporaliun, IIoGok•cn,.Vvo Jcraey Itcccivcd for puhlication June 16, 1956 H HC \G-CH=CH Coumarin, 'NC IX (1955), 1,2-benzopyru»c, HC C--O-- G--O, % C/ .• 06 (I 00 4 tl 8 0 1>. , "r 7
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~ Translation i 50273 0151 f: Cf ii "Zeitschrift fur'Untersuchung•der Lebensmittel 66, 503-9 (1933~•w.x , . Pfyl, B. 1iiE DETERD;INA'TTON OF NICOTTNE IN TOBACCO ST:CKE. Translated from: Zeitschrift fur Untersuchung der Lebensmittel 66 501-9 (1933). Trunslated by: P. H. Iatimer, Jr. and C. M. Sawyer, Jr. (M.ay 7.945).- ~
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50273 0139 ~- : - -: : Zei.tl.ervx iians-Jorg°. (i t`:"• anV. )-z NiEPStir, i1e1!itut Ui:RR U5C "N7COTJNZLAtI. II., by Helmut Hes•bert Buc:herer; N;,ns-Joig Zoitler and r-citis Stadler (Kormaticn of niccano b1LO Sy Arthrobsct: r i- - Furific3?ion, t:i3 pactial characterization of tne Arch. Mt.t:mbic+l. 54, 55--69 (1^.5,S) ,., .~`,.
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.rWr..rar..~~... ~.s.. l..y~ r.".~ a..~i..~ 50273 0157 , :,. _'. ,, . .„ . 0 ~~ i7 ~~ tl ~ J i3 c3 Translation lZ : Physiai. GheM. ~'3 J(No. 6) 236-., Decker, K. ON Tfir, DEGRADATION OF NICOTINE BY BACTERIl1L ENZY2,MS. II. & III.p by K. Decker, F. Arnold Gries and Margarete Bruhmuller. Translation from: Z. Physiol. Chem. M (No. 6) 236-63 (1961) T3 2 9 ;
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50273 0152 ' ..•Zeit.'f. Lebensr.i.-L'ntersuch: u. Forsch. 28, 110-118 (February 1954) loils T4 a QllTtaN! J.'1'A1.Lti1•~`r C.niAP:w2.S itiE M'; C`: :c:Ir'CL'S C0:•i'r'o'_~i;l i3. r~~: u.+."1.e.13 Dolt 1nfs.9.L:iv.a•v`s, -6.kvi}+s•;._r!a~*_4"~;^"•,F.^-^~',7?•'~R+-`,•~.'i•~ .-- . - ' . _. ;' ~.
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50273 0162 . "` ~etayeta, ~ione- ELM'i' S SEC;,i'.TS OF tIr:XIC„A:J COOiCING .'.15Y. 266 Ya-es Y'r,enticE-11a2.Z, Inc. En.-1ew*aad C1iffs, New Jerscy
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.Zeitschr,-Ana2-. Chem. 197,-'36-4i (1963). . , FiubPx, 'Wa2.er a.lIALYSr.S BY C:17AS.`: PIC 3fiIn30t;FSTA'TIOPI AtiD TITl3ATION Ibd 140::-MUOtJS i•:EJIJ"1. DuiF'Ralh'liTIOH OF .r:ITRILES Y2t it.i. Pr.ES•_y:Ci. OF ACIn T!4IDBS. Trriuslation fron: Zeitsc:hr. Ana2. Chera. 197, 236-41 (1963)
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50273 0136 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 7_e--19b:, qWZ*itler,li.J,;r MICRQBIqL..UGIC-AL DEGRADATION OF 5•-HYDRAXYANTHRANILlC ACID, NICOTINE, COLCHICINE AND PHENYLACF_'1'IC ACID. ( Uber den Microbioloclischen Abbau von 5-Hydroxy-Anthranilsaure, Nicotin, Colchicin und Phonylessxi.gasaure. ) Uni v. Muchen. Munchen ,(:YerMan y. 1 q`:, p.. 65. ('1.N : CF'R.) ISN == 6153 onnn nao Rti ats
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50273 0130 ' Proc. Nat. Acad. SN. USA Vol. 72. No 7, pp. 2St5-2519, )uly 1975 Biachcmistry TORtiST PRODUCTS LAOORATORY IMadi.on, Wie. S)705) TORFST SERVICF., U.S. DF:PARTMEHT OF AGRICULTURE ApproveA Techntcal Article 7G 76 A C S);teeting N. Y. April 4-9, 1976 Preparation and microbial decomposition of synthetic [i4C]lignins (IiAnin biodegradalion/wsod dccay/dehydrogenative polymerizate) ~ T. K. KIRK,s W. J. CriO"NNORS,• R. D. BLEAMt. W. F. HACKETTt, AND J: G. ZEIKUSt eFarert Products Laboratory. U.S D A., Madison. Wisconsin 53705; and r Depanment of I3aeNeriology, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Wiu, 53706 Communicated bv Elhs B. Cowling, 6farch 28.1975 ABSTRACT A definitive assay for microbiological and biochemical rescarca on the bioacgradation of lirnin was de- veloped using radioactive s%uthetic lignins spccifically la- beled in the side chains, arornatic rings or in the methoxyl aroups.Thelt`Clli;tnins were preparc.i byocidati.e polymer- ization with pcroaidasc and 1120- n(specificaliv lahcled con- iferyl alcohol (4-h)droxy-3-methox%-cinnam)'l alcohol). The synthetic polymers were shown by spcctroscopic and chemi- cal methods to contain the same inlcrmonoyncr linkages found in,natural Iignins. Incubation ot the 114Cll'gnins with known lignin-degrading fungi and with a forest soil resulted in 1'COz evolution. Lignin is a major structural component of vacular plants and•makrs up a lar.ge fraction of the carboti in thr biosphere. Coniferaldehyde was reduced to coniferyl alcohol (Ia) at room temperature with NaBH4 in 50% (v:vjaqucous etha- nol. Extraction and work-up gave a crystalline product in quantitative yield, the purity of which was established by thin-layer chromatc oraphy, gas chromatography, and FSIR. Recrystallization from 1,2-dichioroethane provided white needles of melting point 74.5-75° (corrected); (ref. 10, 7a- 6°). Analysis: calculated OCH;, 17.2%; found. 1ZMc. The Ph1R spectrum agreed with published data (11). Ultraviolet (UV) spectruul in 95% ethanol 292 nm, e L 5.85 X 103; 262 nm, e= 1.45 X 104. Coniferyl alcohol 11.7 g (9.45 mmul)] and 80 mg of perox- .1)Urin¢ the DACt :+A vrar: the ctrnrtisr.+ anrl hircv„tl.ndc rF __ enlvrrl in 1.(Yl mi nF An-cw! e..A•:,.. idase (EC 1.11.1.7, Type LI, Sigma. St. Louis, Mo.) were dis- ;
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50273 0163 xeledavich,-7a. B. PIiYSICS OF SIIC:.K WAV::S MD IiICIt-TEMPEFATURE 11YDRODYI4M'tC PUt14'tEaA Vol. 1 Aud ^, by Ya. 8. 2e1'dovich u.nd Yu. P. F:aizer; edited by Wk1laco D. Hayes and ltenald F. Pro6utein . 1966, 1967 2 Vol. Academic Prsss He.•.r York :~ r~ u :i 5
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502-73 0160 XI Me,-81 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Me1-81 s.p. THE 1980 GERMAN CIGARETTE MARKET OF BRANDS AND COMPANIES. - Table. e(Zigarettenmarkt 1980 in der Bundearepublik Deutachland.)• ~ Die Zeitung, p. not given (Feb. 6, 1981) (in German) 8 0:~ ?.
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5-0273 0155 I 77 111 Bildung cines Pyridon-Derivates aus Maitose und Lactose ~~ . ~ XII. Untersuchungen zur Maillard-Rcaktion ~ L Lebensm. Unters: Forsch. 161. 119 -124 (1976) `` . Th.Severin und A.Loidl lnstitut fiir Pharmazic und Lebensmittelchemie dcr Universitat Munchen Sophienstr. 10, D-8000 Miinchen 2 / Formation of P;vridone Dcryates front, ,~laltose and+Lose XII. Investigations on therNtaillard-Reaction Summary. Maltose and lactose react with methylammoniumacetate in a hot aqueous solution giving a dark brown mixture of products. 1,2-dimethyl-3- , hydroxy-4-pyridone (5) can be isolated from the volatile compounds. Maltol -.; and Isomaltol can be converted into the pyridone i with methylammonium- ~ acetate. 1-Carboxymethyl-3-hydroxy-2-mcthyl-4-pyridone is obtained from isomaltol and glycine. t Zusammenfassung.• Maltose und Lactose reagieren mit Methylammonium- .acetat in heif3er, waDriger Losung rasch unter Braunune. Aus dem Gemisch der fluchtigen Produkte ist 1?-Dimethyl-3-hydroxy-pyridon-(4) Q;) in verhalt- ~ fiismaoig gjft %ipge;~olierbar. Auch Maltoi (7) und Isomaltol (~) lassen sich mit Methylammontumacetat zu dem Pyridon 5 umsetzen. Aus Isomaltol --"-rAyr..in er_It ha` man 1-Carboxymethyl-3-hydroxy-2-methyl-pyridon-(4) (9). 0 ~a
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•• 50273 0165 ' If //% Z~ - , i : i .~ 1 . EXPERIMENTAL DESIGN/, . MATHEMATICS RESEARCH CENTER, UNITED STATES ARMY THE UNIVERSITY OF WISCONSIN . Contract No. ; DA-11-022-ORD-2059 I NT RO DU~': O RY LECTU RE S ~? TH E • ; t/SThTISTICAL JS:.SIGti OF EXPEP.IMEN'°S Madison, Wisconsin .....,.. . . ` / ~ i~ . , \ ' l -e A -0- 3-7 .. - Marvin Zeffd~'t ' Orientation Lecture Series 1 -_~ sC;~ c aaf November 1962
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50273 0167 I2JY. CLASS NO. PAi`il'FCLLT 75 VI Se 5.;..~ Scmcnoc~a, N. I. ; Chc>>ikov, V. V. ; Shopovalov, E. N. *(no affil.)* I:FFECT OF 1SC1QUi:I:CI'fRI2l 0N TI11: TASTE INDi;Xi;S OF TOBACCO. Izv. Vys:ai: 'Llchevn. Zaned. I'is11:`hj.''Teknnci1. ] 974 'y(No. 5) 167-8 (1974) (ii, ~ I:ussi<:n xyith *Keywords:* isoduercitrin, tob:zcco, additive. *1975, No. 11 1J 3915* *d* Tobacco analysi.s: 0 10 r, 0 n 0 0 a 11 3 9
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t 50273 0148 . r Translation Z. physiol. Cl1cnf. 3?3* (No• 6) 249-G3 ~ ~. QvCf:C3.', f.p ' ~.'. (:] TiM. G?Mr^rATICa 0:' P?~~~`~'TFiE IIY -: ~ E110i~••• T t, ' i~; ~T t" 1~ 7 t1 ~ A.a/it~L:S• ZJ~.a~ 1'L.~ti.v..TJ:y :f1L~x~f~'S ~i.Litl . . . Fici:z A:::T^1,C:3p h;: rs t•.. .L.~.c::~~~ J~ a.nu . Z. pc.TM~3*1. Ct~.~~• . (t:o. 6) L4-%.6.1 (1°b2) , .`...,. 4 I t. t .~ r ., riC.u 323
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50273 0159 RJR TRANSLAMN CONDITIONING 0Fy5TRESS-INDUCED BLOOD GLUCOSE AND, LOOD LIPID CHANGES R. Cervinka, M. Koller,and M. Haider From the Institute for Environmental Hygiene, Vienna University (Head: Prof. Dr. M. Haider) Summary Conditioning of Stress Induced Blood Glucose and Blood Lipid Changes The evidence for acute metabolic changes following intensive stress uises from a number of e:perimental studies. In our investiSat3ons we could differentiate these re• sults. as we demonstrated that there exist pronounced differences in the metaboiic changes after sintle, multiple and repeated stress and that furthermore neutral signal stimuli - after a series of simultaneous presentations with the stressor stin:uli (a condi• aoninK phase) may induce conditioned changes in blood glucose and some blood lipid fractions. According to our hypothesis these learned ("conditioned") stress reactions may play an isnportant role in the development and taaintainance of various psycho.o- ntatic disturbancies. 0 b~ (l '0 (1 U t3 ~8 qt. :3 ~ ~ ---- *) _,
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50273 -D172 TOBACCO--PACKAGING/ VI Ta -77 S.P, l F' 3 77 German) HLET VI Ta3- RJR CLASS N0. P1U'i , Schoenewald, G. ! CELLOPWNE AJD POL1'-OLEFIN FILTIS FOR PACKING TOBACCO PF:ODUCTS }. *(2e11g1as- und Polyolefinfolien fur die Tabakwaren-Verpacl;uno.)* ' Tabak F:olloquium, paper, 1 p., Celle, Ger. (June 6-10, 1977) (in ~ ,~. U U lJ n 0 0 l.r~ ~ il.
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...+-.r ...~r. .-_ ._ ~~_..` a.._r.:. 50273 0144 Q{EyISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELE*IENTS--DETEPSiI,1ATI0v/ TRACE ELE.MENTS--ANALYSIS/MERCURY/SELENIUri/IODINE/ RJR TRANSLATION DECOyPOSITIOY OF BIOLO(:ICAL MATERIALS FOR THE DETERMINATION OF EXTREKELY LD:J CONTENTS OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN LIMITED A!OUN"IS WITB NITRIC ACID UNDER PRESSURE IN A TEFLON TUBE. ;.. "~h~i: 260~ 3) 207-209 (1972) Bv: Kotz, L.; Kaiaer, G.; Tschopel, P.; Tolg, G. SUl'P2lARY For the determination of trace elementa . •.. .- . 7 S•• . (< 10-4 0/0) in biolo; cal materials (e.g. tissue, food, sewage muds) in samples <500 mg a pressure cecom pcp-!i- tion with nitric acid or a mixture of nitric and h}droHuoric acid in a teflon tube is described. The recovcries i~r the volatile elements, e.g. Hg, Se and I, in the ag-range were investigated by the tracer method and were found to be > 98°/r . -t
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TfzArISLATtov - 50273 0145 RJR CLASS NO. TRAt~SLATIOW laimisch, If. J.; Szonn, W. (CiSarette Iitd„Ltd.,Res. Inst., Hamburg, Ger.) DISCUSSIO:d OF SOIxG CiIARACTERISTIC VALUES FOR POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC f1YDF0- CARY,OVS. COMPARISON OF MI:ASUf:E~t?~:ITS OF FLUOP.F.SCRICE E~tISSl(1N SPECTRA AND FLUOftOF-,S- CEi:CE EXCITATION SPECTRA OF C1t:iV:I;TTE SifOf:E CONDENSATE FRACTIONS WITH THE BIOLOCICrJ, ACTIVITY OF CIGARETTE Si-tCK:: COVf)I:NSATE. U* ,Zeitschr: Anal:. Chem: 265;" 7-12- (1973)k(in German - complete English translation available) *Keywords:* polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon, smoke, constituent. *1975, No. 6, 14 1845* *d* Tobacco cheraistry: G 60j 0 +'i 6 il 6 i7 1 7 -Y
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Translation Z ~~s~o~,MChc,:n.-,.(}~oppe-Seyler's) 323.~TKo.-6)-:236-43 _(1961) .r''.vvr',:0 Ar:ry ~;~.....p nSt*~ .... V.;..r.l.c. r • -. 1. l.~: e.,U C-,-:T•,.c'n;••.•t_• ::.~ti•.t :~~yA -Y:.n. L~~wCiL,~f .'ayJ4 AAO ~ v:•...:i. ~. r ,7 4 R ? A liiCdii-S,L .. T'.t:".s1.^.t?C°.:: r ' '3 (~"~1)
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50273 0173 79 II 441 "M EFIFECTjS OF 4FRrILIZFR MADE FRLTd FLUE G~1S ANDY ASH ON SII.ECITD CRJPS AW SOILS by DOC. NO. 79/16 May, 1979 William A. Nfaster and 5tm~+ej~b. Zelimer" , w, Encrgy and Envirownental Systems Division . Argonne National Laboratory 9700 South Cass Avenue ~ Argonne, Illinois 60439 PFOJF.CI• OFFICER: PETfR LCQUERCIO PROJECT NO. 80.029 t7ank Beal, Director Peter Loquercio, Manager Division of Fnviron••ncntal Management State ofvlllinois Institute of Natural Resources 309 Wcst Washington Street Chicago, 11 60606 . . . . .... . . ... ~ CI 0 t3 ts U ~i :i .
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76 III Rel 76 , S.P. A NEW T11ER2•SAI. EQUATION OF STATE. I, II, b III. '~'cifsclir'f~'f`~filc` P}iys(k, I3d. 131, S. 17-27 (1951)• %citschrift fiir Physik, 7it1. 61, S. 130--135 (1)51). . 50273 0147 ;:citschrJft fGr Physik, Bd. 133. S. 647-660 (1452I. Die im I. Teill abgeleitete thermisclie Zustandsolcichung wird im II. Teil durch Emciterung des Korrespondenzprinzips noch mc))r verallgemcinert. Dadurch wird eine wcitcrc genaue Zustandsslcicliung gefunden, die fiir alle p, 1;"lAN'erte und alle Gase gultig ist, - gleichgiiltig ob sic im kritischen Punkt assoziiert oder nicht assoziiert sind, oder oli'die kritisclien Daten durch die \ullpunktsenergie verzerrt oder nicht verzerrt %vcrden. Die so aus dem I:orrespondenzprin7ip abeclcitete, thermische Zustandsgleichung ist, trotz ihrer Einfachheit, allen bisher bekann gewordenen Znstandssleichungen sowohl qualitativ .vie quantitativ nicht unerheb- lich iiberlegen. ;In fruheren zwei \'eroitcntlichungcn'.s hat dcr Vcrtasser zwei Zustandsoleichunoen bekanntgebeben, die durch richtigc Auswertung des sog. „Korrespondcnzprinzips", 'was zu dessen Ersetzung durch ein „Ahnlichkeitsprinzip" bei realen Gasen fuhrt, 'gcfunden .vurden. Diese z.+"ei Zustandsgleichungen waren bercits allen bisherig ` bekanntgewordenen Zustandsgleichunoen nicht unerheblich uberlegen. Die kon- " •'sequente 'Weitertuhrung des in 1•= veroffentlichten Gcdankengutes fuhrt zu einer ' allgemeinsten thermischen Zustandsgleichung, die in dieser Arbeit abgeleitet wird. ; Dicse aligemcinste thermische ?.ustandsgleichung wird mit Aief3wcrten mischen 'kleinsten und hbchsten Drucken verglichen und vollstandige Ubereinstimmung ~), zmischen rlessung und Rechnung gefunden. .~"_. 0 n~l 0 r3 ~} (}' fi tl ~9 I
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50273 0158 lransla-Lion ZY--rr~Ve+-Gbs~.-- .' Y.~2~1~(1Su1) ~-- Gz•icoe F, AruQld 0 7IiE Fz*i :AM; ICS Qr. I1ICflMM Tr`;i'z01UGA BAC`i'MV.L E:'VZ"•,Z. V. THL DIuRAF?AT I021 G? L»5- M:?RL1'.:'i'ZJIC4TIY'E TO HYCLtt}t Fs Amo?d Grieai Karl Dzckor and 1,;nx~tha BruimaUr. Trm3]aticaa frcm Z, PYprao Ghcm. 229.4 (AS'Si)
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50273 015.4 Fanslation ,.,Zeitschr. LebEnsm.-Untersuch. a-Forsch. 114, 297-301 (1961) Pushmann, H. DETERMINATION OF HUMECTANTS IN TOBACCO PRODUCTS, by H. Pushmann and J. E. Miller. Translation from: Zeitschr. Lebensm.-Untersuch. Forsch. 114, 297-301 (1961) 0 IS 0 -a I n tl c~ ~• t: 2 6.
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RJR Ti AJvSLi:rL()N II 50273 0150 T013ACC0-•-SMOK);---NICOTIi•1f: Z'J.rtNSI ER,~r;ICI~TIrJ1 --ABS9RP~ JO:~/ ..IQR CLASS NOe' •RL'.N5Le1T TGH Artho ; Grob -P A. J , . r Y~ ~ *(no affil•)ft . ' t• ' NICOTINE A3SGIt2'TIOii ~RO" G i CL ARETTE SMOKP.. '• ~ae,itsi'srA~1~~~~eA#+'2R;(i954} (in Gc~r mart - CoinpleLe English . translation availa`b1z. ' ' * ; ~ ywords: nicotine, srJOke;constituent; :` ..: ,~:~: ; • -;; " nicotine cu~ed constitt:ent; ,, _ , . r.; _ . Hvdroeen ioc concentration sraake constitt»nt: , , The present studies show that the evatuatlon of t~ h st t l a l tl , y e p o o; ca c en of various ei arettes basd n th aro nt £ n i tl e o e i b ll g u ne o ce n tc acco as we as on thc toUi amount of nicatine in snoke is highly ruest•onablc. The absorption fiti bh iilid o nconey te smokers r.aay deters-ne: 1. By the physical and chemica' behavior of nicotine in sm3ke which Is to a largi. extent influenced by the pP, values. 2. By t',e snn.king habit (inhalation - depth and tine of stay of :r..oE:e) t:hich determines the degree and duration of contact between the sr;.oke and the absorbing surfaces. The arr~unt of available nicotine ~cr puff apparently depend; to a large extent oa Ma butt length due tu the absorption of a substantial anount of r{ .icotine from the passing sTake by the tobacco butt. 0 a 0 0 tl 01 l": 3 1) 2 2 I . .4%
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50273 0180 • j c~ ~ Q ~i lJ U :. ... Zemansky, rlark W. ,,j t. au-t. Se:+r::, T':r:n~ts lY;s;cz and. "'rrrk t,. 'c7,y $ J~!. } V'• • ~ '~l , t C: f. 4 E.. ~: E. , :i?i;."s:~: ^ CoC. r, , :. Qf?.il:i~ 0
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. • . U. 3 . ;~ n' : -: .; ; s Lal:i. ~ Hkkovt, n? u j: C 1 ,-•rTlTit•' '~ f '-1:ryIrj ~~T 1)'~_, T .{".1C ~ ••• ~ I. ., . - of the work c.nrried cut bj tha ^_'urkish Tobacco Institae) (I13tiona7l lercrt of Turkev) (In Frencb), Internationta2 Soiontific Tot4cco Congresa, First. IKTERt7•1TI0PlAL SCIS?JTIFIC TCBP,CCC CCi.GRT~~r'SS, FIRST (Promier Con„ros SciontifiqLo Intarns- tiontal du Tobac. ) IN W0 VOLU;•2S, 1955 LXXX plua 803 paCos. ?n French and in Enplish. , S. S. I. T. A. • Paris • Bergorac . ~ ,
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50273 0174 Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 26(6)357-62(1978) (translated by G.K.) III Du2-78 CHEMISTRY OF THE ATMOSPHERE (CHEMIE IN DER ATMOSPHARE) S.P. BY REINHARD ZELLNER. Abstracts of papers presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the German Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry in Konstanr, May 4-6, 1978 ~ The following authors contributed; C.E.JUNGE/ D.H.EHHALT VOLZ/~ KHEDIM f KLIPPEL / MOORTGAT/ SLEMRf SEILER,~ SCHMIDT FINR~ KLAIS EIL/ OESER; KELKER~ H. I. SCHIFF/ GRAB ~ KORTE~ ILLENBERGER HEUNEMANN • BAUMGAERTFLj H. I,. SCHIFFf '. B. A. THRUSH~ HACI~ DONOVAV . HANDWERK! Y`ZELLNEI~' IERMANNf ZETZSCH / STUHL/ TROE / ZELLNER/ kirchne ~ vettermann~ FILBY~ GUERTEN/ HOYERMANN[. SIEVERT1 STAUFF/ JACSCHKE /TONKER.~fANN/ROEDEL/LEIDNER/E. WEISE/H. i,1. GEORGII/PEICHL/ __ REITER/SLAILKOVIC/POETZL/ 0 b i t fl ('i C~ G~ CJ 46
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iranslured from: CleRtronu:,jc Ubrabotke , , xx MeD10 jZelenskaja,.M._I., jt.. aut., (1970) a Scoglov, Ju. A. Ei.ECTF.Ui'tiEFu;AL PLA52•:ULYSIS OF '1EG::MiLE ~ 'LISSLE, A New Proraising t'c.ttiod of Ecoiu*nica1 °zc,duct•ion of Juice from Ve~etaale Raa Products _~na 1nte~e;t:.s te Products, by Ju. 3.. Sces!.lov, M. I. Zelenska j a, E. V. F.eset' ko and K. N. t3oUcan '
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Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 26(6)357-62(1978) (translated by G.K.) III Du2-78 CHEMISTRY OP THE ATMOSPHERE (CHEMIE IN DER ATMOSPHARE) S . P. BY ~RBI:~HARD -tELLNER:~" Abstracts of papers presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the German Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry in Konstanr, May 4-6, 1978 ~ The following authors contributed; C.E.JUNGE/ D.H.EHHALTf VOLZ~~~~ ~ KHEDI~j KLIPPEL / MOORTGAT/ SLEMtf SEILER/ SCHMIDT FINK/ KLAIS EIL f OESER; KELKERf H. I. SCHIFF/ GRAB ~ KORTE ILLENBERGER CHEtJNF.MANN BAUMGAERTFi.J H. L. SChIPF/`. B. A. THRUSV HAC~'-DONOVAIV . ` HANDWERRf ZELLNEP4 IERMANN,/ ZETZSCH ! STUHLj TROE / ZELLNERA kirchne / vettermannf FILBY~ GUERTENf HOYERMANN~. SIEVERTj STAUFF~ JACSCHKE /TOI3RERMANN/ROEDEL/LEIDNER/E. WEISE/H. W. GEORGII/PEICHL/ , REITER/SLAUKOVIC/POETZLI 0 ~o 1-1 nis' ag oZ17
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50273 0168 ' RJR CLASS NO. TE XTBOOK TS 2240 Co-1963 Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station.New Haven, CT. 4"rf "Vtch;•~'!F` 4ed . ) ; STOMATA AND WATER RELATIONS TN PLANTS. Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Bulletin,No. 664. Papers and discussions given July 1 to 12, 1963, aas part oi' the Advanced Science Seminar on the Physiology and Biochemistry of Leaf Stomata Connecticut Agricultural Experiment S-tation.Nc7w Hav-r..n, CT.116 p..63.(IN : LNG.) z S N= 6115 0~~ 0 0 (l 0 0 8 ti 4 0
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50273 0156^ ~ ~~" .. _ . .. _- ,. ~ .. Iq f-Y ~~ -r Translation ""' Zei t:' fi:T,Pfiys io1: Chem. •j iq;- ....~.. z79.-82, (1960),-. T:,y, . . Dao.cor: Karl M `A,113 C? T.tji'llr7-IN-n '~ ~d' ~ k`,~st•~f.:.f~ ~a ~~.AM';~~r ~, •~.~.Y.4 '~ r~ L..~.I' ., USo.I~tJ ~.-~..n ~! . • ..,rv~.~:..j c. ~a?r.l Gr~:~s £x.'3 i'-.,---.,c;.~o;:c:~ ~ui:::~~tir. " lY'[1]2aIntiojl .~.+t9i4'io rUi' ait'~I~3ft01o vlf;+':R ,U.?, 2.7%-E2,
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:P.ttLP;ANn•PAP R PR(~i,"~C 50273 0176 Technical Association for Pulp and Paper Industry, ?~ON-WOOD PLANT FIBERS CONFERENCE, Oct. 22, 1973, Atlanta, Georgia. 74 ZII* Ze - WASHING BAGASSE PULP By -,WARNER L:- ZELLNER Manager interr.atic::a I V:ar keting Pulp and Paoer 1-M? chinery Ingersoll-Rand Interr.atior.al Rotary Vacuum Filters. Their applicatio n and operation in washing Bagasse Pu1p is discussed. Basic-unit sizes at mills in various locations are ccMpare3 and analyzed. Pulp take-off arrangements are reviewed, and known advar.tages and disadvantages su~.~marized, fi : ,_ ~ ,._._.~__._. ._ . _......._ _ 0 (") k% .6 4111 6 ii 8 0 ~; `t; CLAR_~E-PCUNDE._R 'Z'echn'.cal Director L^:er:^a`.+.cral Cre= Improved Machinery Inc. a
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50273 0186 Zcsaitmai, a Buhei ° ~ STUDIES 0".l FYSI:ERX-MMiT~'.TIOV PLODU.. S. I. On the Aerobic bacteria in "SY,iokere" Bull. Jep. Soc. Sci. i*isheYies 21 2E30-3 (1955) ~
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5D273 0169 z 69% Ze 196,~-ZeLls-Asrta• (ea~)..- VEN P.EI'FP.E i:CE FO? L~F:~:lRFAT:3, l:a!a 234 Robvs t A:au:els & Co. L~cq, '.'7* .71707~, Q::f-a.rd, Enrt? ond ~ ~ to a " ~ t~ Li b 8 o , I
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50273 0187 %•. iv4i3usL, Yteka.o STL~I? 7fiS OY Z'tm PnGDuCLIO:J br F^C7 t'~:. xi: k1.U11 .rta.ia ti.3l. 1:1Y~ s:. f:~:;;fcvGS O~ Prena.atian of YnsAnt £rcm SeRweed: by Yuaio Tami;*&vu nnd Ec~ttut Z:•.z~.[ursa ~ .: .Tour. klsic. Chrm- Sac. Jap. ;tj 479-83 (rqsr-5~ " ..:77 ~,~~-- .-- ...~.- -7 --~.. -~-.~-~- --. :. .. '~ 3 0
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79 XII ?.e 50273 0178 _ - ~ - - . ... _.. - .-• ~ - .•- r ._.-.. . .. -- . RJR CLASS NO. FA.*SPIILET 79 XI-I- Ze : ~7xe},~CB~,+r-; Talipov, S. T. (V. I. Lenin Tashkent St. Univ.) ~ j INVESTIGATION AND ANALYTICAL APPLICATION OF LUMINI:SCI:NCE OFVANABASINE i ~ DERIVATIVES AND TiIEIR COMk'LI:}:1.S WITH COPPER AND URANIUM IONS. = i Zh. Anal. Khim. 33 (No. 7) 1260-7 (1978) (in Russian with EnE]ish abstr.) : ~ . . . ~ .r--------------------- __ ...-.- . ._ _.._.__- -- -- - --.._. . _ . - - . _.. ~ 1 hc lurnincsccnce oi anabasine and its derivatives ln a polar solvcnt at the liqu`d T hc ~ ~ ollro'cn tcmperalure can be used for idcntification and quantitative determination Dl i ; -ea th t l d f 1 h n• own a, ctcctron o 0 ,o. It has becn s ~omc anabasinc a11•.alo1ds v.~rth a lunit o ~ prolon•acccptor and proton•donor ability of the substances in the czcilation statc incrca- t ses by 25-4.0 orders o( magnitude. The tnechani5m oi quenching of fluorescence 'oi•j ' nlcoliol solutilons of the reaCcnts has been investigated In the preccnec of eoppcr(lI), {and urar,ium(1V) at the liquid rittrogen temperaturc. Highly sensitive procedures liave•~ bccn developed oi fluorinietric determining copper and uranium usinganabasine dctl-,~ iyytir_c.s as thc reapcnis.~ ___, ~ --~-- =------ J-'` U S ~~
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7.enitani, Euhei. (at. Author) xomiyaau, Yukio STUDIES Oit TH : PRODUCTION OF MST. FROM SE.AWEEDS. Part Z, 3, by Yukio Tvmlyavu kuci uui,a:i ZUiciLaux Jour. Agric. Chem. Soc. Japan 25 4Q6-1G (1951-52); 26 6-1Q (1952)
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50273 0170 2(,q)lo qc-1 t ct Oct XX tfeF-C-303-74 NJALYTICA.L EVALUATION OF SPIRITS AND WINES FGR DISTILLA1IOa. • 1.-I I ) t::37 /aitda•: chrut. 11un~t...rrsuch-tanaalt ~ 2 f 3) / JS o,210 (14 7 X ) xC'icn 1(,'1'runnicarjric 1 ~ Ditcktot: i Iuftat ~1'ct'W U1: f,G3.5.001.5 ~ Zur ana1y(isck-ra J;l11flcllUr; von rrcmm;cirrr ul;d Spiri(uost-n t) . 1. Allgcmcincs und Litcratur;rbcrsicltt, ls 1 I-tanz Bandion Atlgcmcincs i 41 I. GIiNERAL AND LITERATURE REVIEW. ~tI~ n Il,>Al~1.tt.1c2C~t : .+~uy" -r \J , . , Durch tcchnischc und .rirtschaftlichc '%'cranc':crunl;cn in dcr mc,dcrznn I.cl),:ns- mittclproduktii)n -,t•ctdcn dcr Lcbcr.smittclcL•cntic und dcr !.c•hcnsniittc•ll:c,ntrol!c standil; ncuc Auf~gabcn gcstcllt. Es sind dal:cr L•u,fcnd llcstrcbunzcn auf narionalcr und i'ntcrnationalrc Ebcnc irn Gang:, moo-lichst objcktivc unct cinhcitlichc C`nt.r• suchunosrnctltodcn und IIcurtcilun;snormcn zu schafTcn, die dc•r l:ntti~ icla: n_• c!cr h Z 0 0, •ij 'U 8 :1 4*2 . 7
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50273 0171 . QA 276 Us DATA--INTERPRETATION & CORRELATION/ - /STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ SAGE UNIVERSITY PAPERS rt0. ECOLOGICAL INFERENCE by Laura Irwin Langbcin and Altan J. Lichtma. -i1. MULTIDIMENSIONAL SCALING by Josepb B. Kruskal and Myron Wuh 2 C. QDDL t C. Series: OUANTITATIVE APPLICATIONS `12 ANALYSIS OF •^OVARIANCE by Albert R. Wildt and O11i T. Ahtola IN THE SOCIAL SCI ENCES ~ v. 1 - l~'- 1A INTRODUCTION TO FACTOR ANA6YSIS by Jac-On Kim and Charles W M II c Series Editor: John Ll$ullivan, University of Minnesota X L JlNAIrY319OF ArAitiA~E bp t1t?YsnunQ R Iversea and Hclmut Norpah i ~B2~ OTERATtOtiS RESEARCH METHODS by Stuart Nagel with Marian Nee IY3. CAUSAL MODELING by Herbert B. Ashcr .._~/. IESTS OF SiGAIlFICAl~iC£*7 Hcnkel :, COIIORT ANALYSIS by Norval D. Gknn Bb . u cr `14. FACTOR ANALYSIS by Jae-On Kim and Charks W. Mueller ~lS. MULTIPLE INDICATORS: An fnhrodretton by John L. Sullivan and Snnky Feldman 0d EXPLORATORY DATA ANALYSISby Frederick Hartwig with Brian E. Daring 17. RELIABII.ITY_AND VALIDITY ASSESSMENT by Edward G. Carmines aad RioMfd A. Zeikr':. ~1R ANALYZING PANEL DATA by Gregory 8. Markus ' . ICi, CANO:4ICAL-A'Mi•YSIS AND FACTOR COMPARISON by Mark S. Isvine In.-ANAI.YSIS O: NOMINALD+ITA by H. T• Reynolds ~CL JkAALYSIS OF ORDINAI.LyATA.DYAand K. Hildebrand. James 0. Laing. and Howard Rounthal 1/&-'FiME3ERIES ANALYSIS:-Rearnslon TechntQues by Charles W. Ost*em. Jr. ~ n~1 t, EI 3 •1 ~ ~ .6 . - --- ------ ~ ~--,
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50273 0193 VIII Bu - 75 RJR CLASS NO. PA?41'iILF:T VIII Bu-75 s.p. s,p, Zeritralausstfixjj~,.dec+tierbewirtszhaft, Bad Godesberg, Gerrany PROVISIONS REGAnDING ADVF:RTTSING IN TIIE :VCW ~ f~1N FOOD LA41 ~,'rITH SPECIAL REFERENCC TO CICAP.GTTES AND OTllFR TOBACCO PRODUCTS. Zentralausschuo der Werbewirtschaft, Bad Godesberg, Germany, 54 p. (1974) (in Gernan) Tobacco products are mainly discussed on pages 26-28, 30-39. *1975, No. 4, 11 1326* *d* Tobacco cconoraics: i: t~ n n n 1) 'u a U;) s
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50273 0191 ; - '2enner,~Sylvester F. (Jt. Author) Henika, Richard G. DAt:It:G WYTH TiLI: NRiI IySTANT ri01iG3i T)ZVELw*I~t,:.tY MGGRSa, by RicMrd G. Ucn.t'r.a and Sy1vonr.e.r N.2euncr Ba:cers Dig. 34 36-37, 40-42 (Juuo, 1-960) , ~.~s Tw- r . i.. . , .
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50273 0199 Zeolites, v. 21. Advances in catalysic Ecd related subjects. v.i- New York, Academic Press, 1948- v. illus. 24 cm. annual. ) ;f1 0 - G L & U I I .y
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(!972) 37, 50273 0177 V'i'l~c C:ot::,E~t;; I i:ld :'LIJ,I:ox~tt::tiot^ 'ALI,r-H Z§LMAN~':< . N~Uti2L'1'!c.^.t Z'.v2t)lt:[hVi: foi.' a.'l.ii.)t)v: F-Rt ' 1 fcLr..r: 1,: cuit al C nl.-c:'c, 11'aslrt'rl,'r, 7i': rresc~o ;i?J~, ll,$.,1. loI1S Tllibr.ititi- flcross ti ji(tllitlr;ctlcvas I~,ct;~[?ri~ lle A\') JI. 11. Swtt jilOlCCi:NCJ~: !' C'oNll:JfitPC', Cnl71Cg!C'-i fC110lJ UI111'C•!•s7tf, I'itt.cLrrr~ h, I'cJJrrc~'IJ'nrria 15213, U.S.A. This t:at•cr h: s numcrically c\•aluated tLc "cn-or" incurn:d by assu-lin_^t const•r.nt clectric field for clcctrr-!itfiusion pro:csscs across honlc^cneous ntemb:,:na. hor ti;e constant field ::ss:unption to he exact, tile net clcctJic cllar;7c density in the mcmhr:nc must b;~ zc:•o. 11c~ar\,:, th~ . cssl;m{tticrJ of constant field, A 1'j`, ;,ncl the conscqucnt i:itc.-rc.tien of the Ncrnst-1'lancl; flux cqu:aion Icads to ion conccntr:ation profiles which ta%L it riCrii-7:IU ch•:r[:i: dCn~Jiy call tlic CJcw,lty", p°(T). t,r(X) \1'.tS Intc^r3tCd V71 ttlC hol$son cqtlation to (1CtCr- mine :,n "crror electric ficid", 1:'(1•). '1•hc constant field ussun:ption, the Ncrnst•-1'l:Jnck flux equations and thc Poisson equatioJt are all ntutually compatible \`;itL•in thc error spccificd by JE°(x)~[AY/o']-'. 1. lntroduc(ioJt nn C~CCiTY~Cj1~i:JClO'l. tlnd t 0 0 `I () f i i i 0 %-s u
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50273 0185 xx Tol - Zenitani-, Buhei (Jt. Author) (1970) Tcmiya<3u, YuMo O1J G~ SEOUS I'EF;:^?.TP.TZCa I:I by Yukio Torciyaou .:nd I'::Hai Zcnita::i Lull. 3Lp. Soc. Sci. 585-tt (1953) f , '`~ " t' :~ il~ 1 ~. .: . ~. :i ~. t~..
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50273 0190 $s" :rt•,.~~6:ar~e~sa~oc~;taG;«• +~Y INTERNATIONAL CONGRESS ON M1sD1C_I*dA.L..PLA_NT UNIVERSITY'OF`'rtUNIC11, 1976/ PLANTS, MEDICInAL/TISSUES--CULTURE/ PROCEEDINGS IN QK 725 In 1977 PDDL L-IxIE SCI};NCES/PT.ANT CELLS AND TISSUES---CU1,TL'RE/ Plat-it Tissue Culture Application Proceedings of the First International Congress on Medicinal Plant Research, Sectioti B, held at the University of Munich, Gcrmany September 6-10, 1976 Edited by 1) n 0 JV ~3arz E. Reinhard 1"~~Zen~C,m~:~ __~~ __ `__ ~__ SrnhngPr-N7erlae.1_3er'.in Heidelberg New York 1977
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(/;F -2 77 III Re1 77 ~~lu~~• , t+1 4! CLtl S.P I U n' cs0 ~ jr U l``~te rf Clarence Zener and Robert R. Rothfus The key problems with utili-rinr solar energy more cx- :nsivcly are thrcc: I. Thc source is diffuse. There arc no sunshine mincs, olarsc cullecturi of one ,urt or anothcr mwt be built. 2. Sun-gcncrtt.:d, terrestrial tcmpcratures arc low on he scale normally thought of in connection with power eneration. 3. Mcans to store energy become critical because the un doesn't al"ays shine when you need it. Thu, the carly N prog ram to provide solar cookcr to India's housc- ires failed because they like to prepare and serve the ''- ~~•...•.I ;n ihr rouil uf thr r.vrnino tj ~ C1 C~ 7 1) l~ c~ ~ The solar sea power plant The Frcnch physicist t)'!lrsunval (I) predicted in 198 1 that Man would umtcday mine the ocean for heat to power his civilizatiom, rather than mine the earth for fossil fucls. Specifically, he suggested that a hcat enginc operate between the warm urpcr layer and the cold deep water of the tropical occans. The power delivered from such a heat cnbinc may appropriately be cal!cd "solar sea power", for the sun would rapidly restore to the upper layer the Itcat transferred to the cold deep water. Because solar sea power is essentially pollution free, ynn(tis renewable, it has special relevance today. If D'Ar- J i .~ . • . ..- .........r 50273 0183 -
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..~~n.-.v.s...~a..~:...::.~....~..- 74 I Ze The Electrical Industry of the Federal Republic ofGermany A Reliable Trading Partner Imprint Edited by: Designed by: Photographs made available by: rec 1ikre- Printed by: C) a~ V ~ ~) ~ t f ~ li cl U 5027 3- 0196 (ZVEI) e.V. D 6000 FrankfurVMain 70 Stresemannallee 19 Roman Antonotf. Darmstadt Member firms of the ZVEI Norddruck. Darrnstadt .`
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5t3-273 0195 Food Science and Technology Abstracts(FSTA)/CASIIv system/ ?.entralstell fur maschinelle Dokumentation(2rID)/ Computer Aided Subject INdex system/ INDEXING AND ABS'PRACTING--AUTO?1ATIC/ AGRINDEX/AQUATIC SCIENCE AND FISHERIES ABSTRACTS(ASFA)/ Z , I. 699 Sc ~ 1976 by Klaus Schneider Verlag I?okurnentation Miinchen G,,,) i~ 0 r-0 0(J 2 i; ;`, 7 Computer aided `~ S ' 3 e. x- S for the Life Sciences ., 1 Y
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t 50273 0202 I Ion exchange. v. 1- :.I aC.CV• t+a) New York, bi. Dekl:er,19F6- aY. itlus. 24 cm. Editor: 196G- J. A. Ddariosl~y. 1. Ion exchange-Addresses, essays, lectures. L Diarinsky, Jacob A., ed. QD561.I 58 541.3723 G6-290'7 Library of Congress ~~ 15, , a y .p 9
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r - - i 50273 0146 . I Me,-77•-_ S,P.-•-•-• %'ur rccdinm rizcbcn Rcdu(,Iiun surl 1lt-tiitcl.lrcn Iiir dic uptintalu Spclchcrung uud 11-icdcr"nltu lrn der yualil:divc•n spcklrocht•utia•ltcn .\nalY;a i.t cinc Itnntllichu Slxrklrcnk:,etri (Ir•r (:nnidat•in Iiir cina schnc•llr! ,uul crful",rcicl,c. ArLcil•. J)abci siud smcohl cin l;rrin-gc•r 1'latr.bc,lar[ fiir tlas cin. r.elnc Sleltlrunt in rlcr K:,rtci :+I, auclt cinu kruzc %ugriffszcit fiir das Aufsurlhc•u c•incs Sl,cittrwn, michlig. Des mcilc•rcn soll tl:ts Sjrt•ktnnn tnit rinvr Ijrstiutmtr•n .luflisun;; in tlcr J:,rrtci c•utlt:tllc•n t:cin. Iln Ccful_t; dor Ilt•miihunF:nu •r.ur aututnati,icrtcu rcch- ncrischcn Spd.trr ni,lcntifik:tliun I 1 1-1aJ l~ctlaa c; cll„t~crst:incl- lich der vi;urllcn j:c1gulachttmg tlcr aux t•incr 1:1)\-.\-`I,clttrcn- samniluo;; rcclutcri>rIt },'cfuntlt•ncn `),t•klron rl,urlt rh•tt til,rlaro- xkol,ikcr, unt tlic l:r;,•rbni.sc za 1,c•.ti/:it.igcn. J)ie 11'icrlr•r),athc tlrr fijx•klrcn r•ullic in -~Icicht•r 11'ci'c niib rccl,ncria•lic; t llillcln aul' Gruud tlcr kurzcu %u;;riffazcil crfuhcn. llabci ia c.. nnt tt t•ntli~, Qas Urioinnjspcklrutn =o zu rctluzicrcn, tLtf3 cin j;crin".cr `lmic•lscrlilalz bt•niiligL mitnj unr) U•utzrlcttu t•inc !-.ulc 11'ictlcr•,,Lc dcs Sj,cktruuts gt;;cttiilx•r dcnt ()ri,_!innisl>ckl runi crrcir•ht tt irri. J:s >+intl cinigc 11,•ilwilt•n fiir j;crlnl,liont•n vtm \lolllutrvcn Lc" kituutl. So bcvirh, n,ich tlia.lnttt•nrlun,cn tlc., ti:unl,Iin,•.-'fhrut•cut, (If und tlic \Ictlturlcn ticr turon, J:xlr:,j,nl:ttorcu unQ Jt,tcrj,rdaton•n 1J1 aut rlic<t 1'rr,l,ic- ann n n(i o . <LUJ Un ^ 11000 VhLcn~oN l;ilrl 3 Spcklrunt %-un liild 1, nuf FJ Sj,c•lclrcnpuulttc Ictlu. Ii„c+tt• intcrl,ulicrb ~cictlrrdcocbcn; -IL =.= ft,l)1 Iincnr inlcrjiulit•rt•ntic Riic•la•cc•hutm^ nu.';;c"cLcn -m-rtlrn (It I;iId _'). U,isj;c%% iimcl,tc tipckh,mt N% i,.1 rli:wlt 1'.inpLccincr 1•' i:thl aus r1t•r l::nici I,cr,tncf;c.ur•ltt. Es i-t ,Icr cntatictc I,,icl' dcs :~ufliisun~;acnwi cn, ntit ~tci_ru,3 ,n .Ir bci rlc•n 1tit•.: gt•Iuvtcn til,clarc„ zu schcn. 1)w' 11'c,t fi,r.Ir iSt in, I:onl:rctc„ rn cnis,I,ci,lr n, lit•, t:tbcr utit .Ir - u,nj r:•cltt giinsti~'*. -t
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50273 0189 TK THE FOUIITH. NATIONAL CONFERENCE ON 7873 Ze ACOUSTICS VOL. ` 2, B. 'U,rLTRASONICS 1974 eniuk, et~ a1 N74-23226 Archer National Aeronautics and Space Administration Washington, D. C. April 1974 Translation of "A VI-a. Conferinta Nationala de Acustica. Vo1, 2, B. Ultrasunete," Academy of the Sociaiist Republic of. Romania, Bucharest, tYtay 29-31, 1973, 330 pages NASA TECHNICAL TRANSLIITION NASA TT F- 15663 TC - Y.~^~SeF- 370 R.prodvc.d by NATIONAL TECHNICAL INFORMATION SERVlCE - US O.p.A..M .1 Come..rt• Syrinyf;.!d. VA. 22151 , -,
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50273 0153 TOBACCO--SMOKE--BI0L0GICAL TESTINGJ A-'Ii~"'S~!LS--TOi3ACCC~--EFFLCT/ RA~ISLATIO:V .~,...,. ._ .,..... ..... .... .... ~ -~~~.., . ._ _ -_..._ ~...r-..,.-..._r .._. ..... -... . ,...... _.... .. ... ... ...__ ... - .. _ . . _ TOBACCO--SMQKE--CARCINOGENIC SCISTA.'vCF.Si CA\CEP,--CAL'St,:IOti BY TOBACCO/ RJR GLAS S NO. Dcntenwill, W.; Chevalier, H.-J.; liarke, H.-P.; Klimisch, H.-J.; Lafrenz, U.; :eckzeh, G.; Fleischr.:znn, B.; Keller, ;.'. (Cigarette Ind., Res. Inst., Hamburg, Car.; Univ. Hamburg, Computer Cent., Har.burg, Ger.) EXPERIMENTAL STUDIES ON T.TM:OkIGE:'IC :CTit'ITY OF CICAP,ETTE ON MOUSE IV. C^`3AR,\TIVE STUDIES OF CO:;DE\SATES FRO:•1 DIFFERE:7'C RF.CO.":STIT; ::::', TOBACCO S1u::.:S, THE EFFECT OF Va`:03 AS Aa ADDT_TItiE TO TOBACCO OR Rr:Cu:-;STITL'TEJ SHEETS, THE :iFFi.CT OF VOLATILE CONSTITUENTS OF S".O::E, AND EFFECTS OF I`ITIAI. TREAT- rENT c,,ir•i r,:.r:a. *(Expericentelle L'ntersuchungen uber die tumorerzeugende Wiri;ung von Zigarettenraucii-iCondensaten an der Xsuseli.:ut. IV. ::inzelvergleichi von Konc'.!:Isaten aus verschiedenen Tabakfolien, EinfluS eines 2usatzes von \aNOz zur., Tabak oder zu Tabakfolien, k'irl;unb fluchtiger Bestandteile des Rauc::es, F.influ' ciner Initial- behandlung cit Diracthylber.zlnthraccn. ) * 7,#~~tii~„~t:~€~3i~eiCh~~~{W~~3~~3rs=4~~^2G~i~g`,~259~f,2 {i9~3)a (=n Ger ^an with Conp1EE~ l'.5„1~t~h ~ranslttioc~) 8 () 2 S I
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50273 0164 i EXPF1tIt~NTAL DESIGN/ JU. S. NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS, APPLIED MATHEMATICS SERIES NO. 54/ u.s. oEFT. orc,ar. T. YUHLI(:A'CIO:i O:: RL:`S-..T lJO. rmS-AHS-54 .. Gu:'t Aecesaicn fQo. 78 III Rg2-79' ~ Fractioeal.~r--actorial E.c, erinent Designs for Factors at Three Lev.eis CtDL10GRAPNIC DATA SitF ET 4 [1C1F At+ll ~tiui171E 7. Al:iiiJa(Si W. S. Connor and ~tarvie?::Zelea* 9. NL4t. 0i ~il~~; UAGAN:lJ4T:ON NAMt AND ADDRESS ~( •S. NAT10\ :L DUREAU OF STA.\DRRDS DEP:.RT!•L V'P OF COtniERCE t:!SHL\GTON, D.C. 20234 12. Sronso: in6 O:esnizatioa rime and Address ~ Reeipient`s Acees rsiw No. C'o _- 5. Pablication Unre F., f'et(st:uog h:l,1++iz+tioa t0. 1'rojccUTask. `:url Uuit l:.. r~ 11. (;cnr:actiGrsnt No.. 13. Tppe of Repoa & i'erioJ Covetcd .. 1 F in~la3 _ 16. lti3STCtiCi (A or less faatul s.:mnary of nost sigaificant iaformcu.on. lt dccunec; includcs a sienificsnt bi5iioaa;.h) or litrrata:e survey, mentivn it here.) This catalog contains fractional factorial desicns for use in e:.-perir:ents which inve:tigtte a factcrs each at three levels. Tac tables £ive. ~~1/3p replic;.tes of the 3n series Lf designs for p = 1(1)5 and n- 4(1)10. re •4_ 1 There n
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-50273 0192 , 78 XI Adl-81 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad1-81 s.p. Zentralausschu8 Wei~ewirtschaft,-Bo.nn,--Ger. --- - . -- I~tA GERMAN STUDY CLAIMS MCI-, INTERNATIONALLY ADVERTISING RESTRICTIONS HAVE NO EFFECT ON TOTAL CIGARETTE CONSUMPTION. *(Zigarettenkosnum: Werbeverbote Helfen Nicht.)* ZAW, 1981, No. 4, 4 p. (Mar. 1981) (in German) --- • ' ----- t r -._, --- r;-~ ~---~'`, - {~----~ ~ ---~i -- . ~ 0- 6 --A 9 - .d
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50273 0203 QD 181 Zeolite 5 Mo rLDL MOLECULE,R SIEVES, Papora read at the Conference tield at the School of Phtz:macy (Univeraity of London) }}runsoick Snuaro, London, W.C.l. 4th-6th April, 1967 1968 339 PaFea Society of Chemical Industl-y LondAU • 1yr
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50273 0181 81 III Ra1 Scnsurs and ilctuolc,rs, 2 (19ki1/R2 13018 MF159 P 3 RAHN H SEtQSOR ACTU T 3 a A lsevicr 'equuia S.A., aua:rnne • ruruc n 7'he NcurVruurub CR \rELOCITY 111 EASUREn1 ENTSf Q ~ ,. A-4 ?PI'ROELECTRIC ANEAfOINfETERSDPREPARATION AN LO«' r ~ {rie~t Jorshemjcal f.le ctrdnic•s, De/~rtment of Efecllic•al F.nfilnC~ing ~•Sci;nee, Afoore School of Electrical Engineering, University of 1'ennsyA~onia, Philadelphia, PA 19104 (U.S.A.) , (Received October 30, 1980; in revised form February 4, 1981; accepted February 16, ~~11. RAHNAr1AI an$~:~3~'; Z~MEI~~ , - squared. Flows as low as I cm/min in N2 have been measured. flow ve)ocity, U('!), the signal is zero. When the fluid does flow, the signal is ~ro(DOrtianal~tA~ (IP2(m~) as~xpected and is proportional to the drive power narrow NiCr film heater and two symmetric electrodes simultaneously ~ deposited on a thin z-cut LiTaO3 wafer. A NiCr ground plane is used on the ~ other face. An a.c. voltage drives the heater to produce a thermal current at 2x the voltage frequency. This thermal current produces an a.c. electrical current at each electrode. The differential signal is a measure of the average temperature difference between the two electrodes. In the absence of a fluid ~ A new class of pyroelectric anemometers is described based on a thin, ;
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50273 0182 III Du -76 Antartic Jour. 10(4) 190-191 (1975) 2 S.P. ORGANIC AEROSOLS OF TERRESTRIAL ORIGIN IN THE ATrfOSP11ERF,. ~rzoo !lEROBIOLOGY ~f /'`v S~a // I Cathedral Hill Room ©(JT), Viednesday ]j-3,~^ ROBERT EDMONDS (Co/lege of Forest Rescrurces, Un versity of Wash ngton, Seattie, Washington), Chairman t, n eti ~ 1.•0.°.:A\IC AEROSULS OF TERRESTRIAL ORIGIl: IS t!'E att'O3PHE.iE ~-Ky°_•v_'`LYertCh__1><ky (School of Chemistry, ~,., nut".•rs Cclv~rnty, :.ev 9runsvick, a hev Jersey 09b03) A. C. Lrlany (Zational Center for Atnos,^hrric Fesearch, Boulder, • Colorado 80303) r,1 , rt f) c7 1 0 n (: i~ t~ U -1-) :Con-volatile oroanic eoncounds occur in dust, rain, anc4 hail. Avery lar,ie portion of this fallout is tertestrial in oriain. Estim.ates of the annual pro- duction of small particles (less tb.an 5 ssierometers) derived !ro, hydroc,:iroons vary betveen 90-million a^d ?,3::j-11- lion e,etric tons. The corresFcoaJin•-, fig- ure for non-oroanic particulates is 1,440-nillion. 3y far t1.e areat,st por- tion of these sTall ornanic Garticles is natural in origin. ~.rent flrst called at- tention to thrir formation fron r1ant ' vapors as a blue haze and su;q,sted the relationship vtth anthropogenlc cCOto- chcmical smoa. It is cotororthy tnat ps- tirratrs of orqar:ic aorosol Prcduction based upon foliaqe vapor-qenc•raclon rates agree vith eorrespondtn; estimates frOm the eunCentratitG'1s of r•on-volattle orqanies found in rain ar,d snow. :he im- plieations are eonsiderable. Ice and eondensation nuclei have been produced fror. ; lant-dnrivrd oroaniC vaWrs. lar•.e nwnbers o' ice nuclei havo been isolated ftnm decom{.osed plant litters. :l.ese have Inlc•n suonestrd as the source of nu- eleatinq rnvrr !or Loil Farticl.•s. le tt.e ider.tity of thrsr nuclei has r.ot yet been a•stabllahed, t!.rir srre is Cour•d to be suL~iCron. 1i-.-!:•rnisns for tno Cor- oation or tl.-se o r7anic arrosols have been sUa.le6ted Jnd ConilderaLle e%rnr!- nental vork has Lrcn dor.r. In.•r« h..s Ecen sf4'eulation at,uut the toxreity of tha blue h•rzes anA awut thnly dr•cnw- position tl.rouyh rnicrooial action. i
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50273 0200 . ..:.~-. -- - ~Fa ~Ar~~;.~~frroR o6,~~i~rofJ~ir~.~~R• ,6 x F'D so/Q Pf Z>ti CR ~' Yl' ~Rg ck Molecular Sieve Zeolites - I ~-~ The Second International t ~' 7f Conference co-sponsored by ~ the Division of Colloid a d E n Surface Chemistry, the Division of Petroleum Chemistry, and the Division of Physical C,~jen~jttrLof the American Chemical Society and i .y
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III Al4 0=rG1) 50273 0207 ~7.oL'tszs1, P. la. SES'.BSF.' S NxTEIflA FOR AnEEn`iIA1,T201N UF Ln,1W£Fld'1'AEL.R It£UlJCI',iG SLCM, by tt. W. ?.nrban, L. £attler r.nd tf. Fo3natcin. £usf:r A.u^3r ~,~ (t:a. 2) 40--41 (11954) ~.?~sc-~+f" . . r 1
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50.273 0201 QD 501 He Zeolites Catalyeis reviews; editcd by Heinz Beineaaann. London, F-ctF3ard Arna].d; tdew York, 2iarcel Dekker, 1460- (09 ow. illue. 24- cm. i ... . al~ . -. ~ . . ~ . . . - . - . . .
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. -~.. 50273 0213 _ U. S. DEPART~NT OF AGRICULTURE, Research AGreenents Spatents 'tgmt. Rr 79 III Unl U. . Denartment of C merce, National Technical Information Service SELECTET) TECHNOLO FOR LICENSING, TECHNICAL SUPPORT PACKACE PURIFICATIOY OF SUCR4SE 1ESTERS OF ATTY ACIDS RY A'fETHRD OF ULTRAFILTRATION. Inventor: Hampdew,~J•. ' Zetinque,,. Jrx and Reuben 0. Feuge Serial no. 879, q99 Filing date: Fehbuarv 22, 1178 (Government-&wned invention is available for licensing.) 0 10 0 0 n() 0 3 U t3 5 0 -v
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50273 0194 INDUSTRIAL TOXICOLOCY/TOXICOLOGY/POLLUTION/NOISE--POLLII'LION/VINYL C}iLOi'.IDE/ 75 1 Ze Zentraliristitut fur.-Arbeitsmediziii, Hamburg, Germany tj REPORT OF THE ACTIVITIES OF THE GERMAN INSTITUTE OF OCCUPATIONAL MEDICINE (ZENTRALINSTITUT FUR ARBEITSMEDIZIN) V~ NAMBURG . A brief report on the activities of the Institute, its professional personnel, and includes a bibliogranhy. The main areas of interest are lead contents of foods and beverages, industrial problems caused by chronic effects of solvents, industrial noise pollution, standardization of industrial toxicoloa_ic::l laboratory procedures, long-term effect of hydrogenated hydrocarbons, and vinyl chloride. i U.~ ; 0~i 0 0 8 0.~ 6
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50273 U184 i.,uACC7---S2yG:.r.--AIIt f'O:LUPION/CATJ;ON ;i0:d0XID~--•PC:.i.t%TI0:1/- CnOi.`.^uI*a.TING fiESEAR C}I COi',ICIL AIR POi.Ll;TIO;I F.ESE~.RC!I PI:GCFIM AS 17 ~ s'RET AT1;S TO TOBACCO SriOYE E D H Piehl ~/2b/73 II MeA1-73 ~ CRCy • • " 4,`•, • S.P. AP R A C STATUS REPORT Jan. - 1973 AIR POLLUTION RF.SJ:AfiCH ADVISORY COrLMITTEE OF THE C` COORDINAlING RESEARCEI COUNCIL, :nc.` ALAN E; 2ENGELM PfiOJECT MANAGER 1 ~ Coordinating Research Council, Inc. ' 30 Rockefeller Plaza ~ New York, N. Y. 10020 .t I I n l J i~ r t'~ (~i U Ci U :: Ei
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.*, 50273 0216 MANAGEMENT--FINANCIAL/ pUNAGEMENT BY OBJECTIVES! HF 5550 St 1977 PDDL ImproWedicc -: conirel and re oc:rce aitcca-cion Paul J. Stonich with John C. Kirby, Jr. Howard P. Weil Kent A. Thompson Eric E. von Bauer dL13i 0L") n n n r, a 3o ;3 3 D'J'JJ JONES-lRWiN ~ Homewood, Illinois G0-430 ~
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50273 0208 Stx:ac~chtrnl:~ Acfs, 19G's, \'ol. 1&, pp. 407 to 423. Tcrs;~mon ?rcas Ltd. Prlntai In Northcrn Ircttmd Inirared spectrz o.t m-r azolcs---Z 73 111. Zel. pyrZzoles lluono-alkS7I substituted 'G I't1sE1'PS~ ?ERP.r Iatituto di Chimica Industriule dci Yol:tecnico, Milano, Zt.n.Iy proposed and discussed. and CAxr.o Ar uxxrt Istituto di Cliimicm FRrutcccuticu o tossicologica, Universita.' di Pavia, Pavia, Italy (Rereired 15 August 1901) Abstr:let-The infrared spectra of 3(5)-a13:y1,4-alkyl and \-nik}'I pyrazoles aro recorded and discucsed. Some of the compounds examined are newly synthesized. Many absor, ticn bands aro aharact~-ristie for each series, and can be used in recoonizin ; a pyrazole structure as Ncell as tho position of the substituent in an unl:nown corT,Pound. Assignments for rr+ost of the bands arc .y
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50273 0205 pBSORPTION/ADSORPTION/MOLECULAR SIEVES/ QC 182 Ba 1978 ACADEMIC PRESS London • New York • San Francisco A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, F'ublishers G b 0 A C p U 8 G I% ------ ---- ~ Sdrbe ntS h. Sicaves 1978 ._,... , R. R1. BARRER, FRS Chemistry Department, Imperial College, London r
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~ ~ .- O n N O t!1 MIGRATION OF 1Ti: 3TABILISERS FROM UNPLASTICISEA PIrC FILid I~i TO FAT--C CIN'fAT"; T;aG roonsTLII'FS. X-F1.Y-FiIOTUELF.CTF.Oi`i-SPECTROSCOPIC AND P./tlliO-A1'AL`i'fICAi.. EX:'.:'IN:.:'I(,,.`; OF PVC SU;tFACES , • 74 XXII Re-74 1;. Runstostoffe 63 (8) 543-550 (Aug. -1973) (in Cernnn) . . .~ Zur l~~tvbration z~~inhaltiger Stabilisatoren. y aus Ylart-1'VC-Foiien in fetiiialfibe Nahrungsmittel ~ '71 Rontgcnphotoclcktroncuspektroskopische un4 radioaqal)•tische Untersuchungen an PVC-Obcrflachen Von Dr. K. Figge und Dr. A. Zman,.Hamburg 460 YFlfee,K.,and 2eman,A. Das Migrationsvei s~ AIIGIVIT;O` OF TIN STAHILIF_RS FRO`.i U?rPtASTICLSetD PVC FILIM LvTO System Hart-PVC/ Nahrungsfett wirc YAT-CO:iTAI`1NG FCODSTL'FiS. X-RiY-PriOTOELECTRO't-S?ECTPO- . kopie untcrsucht. SCOPIC A\~) RADIO-A.YALYT:CAL F.;s.`.1L1ATlOY OF PVC SCRFAC£S Migrations- und ~ Kunststo:fe, vot.63, r.o.B,,~uo.l3ta, ;p. 5;a-ssa !in Ger~an) ureester-Rest uC- markierten Stabilis i_esfctte iiberiretea, The migratton of the Ii;ht and heat s:~biliser 2-ct.hyl.~exyt dl-n-octylttn dEthiosyF- ,~+C]-zinn- als an die.bereits an den eOttate in the sy'stcm PVC/t,»Cstu:f Tas tca=incd u•i:S the he!p of rrdio trac:r ThiOglykoh,aUre(2- tecMtqaes and X-ray etectrca sp^ctnseoay. Results cbt.ined k ith unp astieise4 n- der Hart-PVC- PVC pre-treated in different •ya s snared lrst the Sa S bond of the oncir.al phototlektroncn- Folien mit Radio: etabiliser no toarer existed :,t v%e PVC surface an4 that, in its pl.ice, r.on-looe spektroskop:scheII fecondary prcducts of the aL'oi:iser.sorne of which were firsf!y anchored to the d'Priiffolicll IiCgt die Sn-S-Bindung pOlpnicr, appcared. L•t vte.: ot the h;t t!,at cr:ater,t tia com,o:,nise caF.tote of ;efel an der PVC- mlCration coud no long.:r te d•.tected, it •.as assumc! that no health hazards are 1 Sulrons3uren als Obcrfl3che besitzt Involvcd when this s'abiliserls used in tocd packaginq materials. (RAPRA Abstr.) Folgeprodukte des .,...V6I§34.VI3 aio;u-.assaa-. -&••.••. - -• • • --•• • -•, ... .._- . _. _...,_. _ - _. Verbindunecn mit zweiwertieem Zinn sind photoelekironensl+ektroskopisch nicht nachzu%.reisen. Aus diesen und %%eiteren umeroffcnt- 06 0'.4() 0a$05 I mm Isr
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: . ~ ~ L 74 I1 z I E .• a .rt;..fVJ~ e~o~( ttc ~.~ ~ aI c ~~ ELECTRICAL rU:ASURING DEVICES FOR THE ENVIR03^,~i~T, P L ~ ~~ ,•'~~Schadstofrbestimmun9-. _tn Luft u nd Wasser N Fachverband Mef3technik und Prozef3automatisierung ~~e5sun von L" ,, o g arm und schaaLci~en Strahlen ~ im Zcdralr~rrband.dtt~€j¢I~qo~~ . fl~a'+rladras.trie r.;:----<..r ' b G000 Frankfurt/M, (Western Germany) Stresemannailee 19, F (0611) 6302291, FS 04•11 035 r. .V
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50273 0218 LLI ~ •--2ER0--FORCE: LIQUIL BRIDGES BETWEEN SPHERIC4L. K a ` 9 ~-- PARTICLES. ti (1967) G. ` ?ERO FORCE 1-IQ13ID BRZD^uL5 ~ili.+:RYtAI. 1'f. :4~vu1.S, hy G. Hyiia, aIl,4 V.T. r,Y-itialh ChErs. Eng. 10 (No. 5) ;; 9 0
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i i 50273 0223 DICTIONARIES--ItEDICINE/MF.DICINE--DICTIONARIES--GERMAN/ GERMAN LANGUAGE--DICTIONARIES--MEDICINE/ a- . -- a..hrva<V V Q 210 Ze 1978 , f ^:-~ W6tte>`btgh cfet Mediiin: s. , I 6., unveranderte Autlage herausgegeben von Herbert Schaldach Deutscher Taschenbuch Verlag Band1 & Band II ' Georg Thieme Verlag A-L til ^ ~ Stuttg art li ;) :; n^ Ci (), :; U9 j.i 7 _,
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50273 0224 ti QC 918 Ze v' W . -Zetc1emoyor, A. C. NirCi.r.ATzoN 606 I'anes Harcel, Dekke.x, Inc. New York 1969 • ... . : . . . v.; u ; i3 1 u
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50273 0217 Aa ~~ 2ER0-. DEFECTS :. --17iE QUEST FOR QUALITY. Un r 0 PptL.U. S. Depart:aeat of Dafene3e, Installstia-..a IC, =d LoBistAce ZEW) DE:tECTS : THE QUEST FOR QiTALI2Y Atszl:zzt 15, 1968 232 Ya-ea Waohington, D. C. ~ ; ;~ y k- i
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• 5027-3 0214 .; ; , i it , HF 5550 Au 1978 2 C. ARCfIER 1 C. PLANAGEMENT--FINANCIALf COST ACCOUNTING/ 1BUSINFSS INTFLLIGNFCF./ ~Zro- ~~~~"~~~~~~~~ O ef " a n duderg . ~ . L. Allan Austin ~ ~ Edward Ritvo AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS Extension Institute d b f) t) fl u J - ; ; N,,- 3_-) _ 11 , `~ ..t. .y
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CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ 50273 0211 80 111 Ro 1Li xeZJ • O~" •,`// .. ff - q(/9!9> RAPID GC SEPARATIONS USING SHORT GLASS1lCAPILLARY COLUMNS By T.A. Rooney, L.H. Altmayer, R.R. Freeman, and E1Fi:Ze ennera C APILLARY COLUMNS Offer the gas chromato- grapher two distinct advantages over the more conventional packed columns. With capillary columns one can achieve: 1) much higher resolution for the same analysis time or 2) equal or better resolution in much less time. At the present time, the greatest use of capillary columns is to obtain resolution that cannot be ob- tained on packed columns. The petrochemical industry, for cxample, uses capillaries extensively Dr. Rooney and Dr. Freeman are Applications Cher.tisls, and Dr. A1lmoycr and Mr. Zerenner are Rescor(,,h and Development Feeeineer;. Hewletl•Packard Company. This paper was presen!- ed in part at tl,e PittsburRh Conlerence on Analytical Chemistry ond Applierl Syectrosco0y. 1973. Cleveland. for the separation of gasolines, naphthas, and other complex fuel-related mixtures. Capillary columns have also been widely used in the separation of essential oils in the flavors and ffagrances indus- tries. In general, the use of capillaries to decrea•.e anal- ysis time has not been widely exnloited. This :`: uation is changing, however, due largely to the im- provements that have taken place in capillary col- umn technology in the last few years. To examine this situation more fully, let us begin by looking at some advantages of capillary columns. h { ,r) C Jj- , . . .`
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III Prl ---Zessack,• Uwe& jt. author- (1966) 50273 0222 5tobea, t:c:;ua±' ZlJl;t Thi•:URiY: ELNEP, FAaISfa[c:N i.1:RCa0L- ZEhTE'.IFL'CE; by StoLcr, l•7ermer and tiwa Zessack. (Theory of rlie Cozic4l Aerosol Centriiuge) Stai:g 21 (t:o. S) M-3G5 (1964) 0 a
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50273 0212 VI Re9-80 Chim, Industria 62(2)164(1980) S.P, ANALYSIS OF rI-NITROSA2IINE TPACES IN ENVIRONMENT, (Nitrosamines in foods(;~~moke, etc, by G,C. no specifics rM. Landi;.'I'M., ZeriHl (Laboratori Ri- Cerche Lepelit, Milano) - Analisi del- lt N-nitrosamminc presenri in rracce nell'ambicnte. Data I'elevata carcinogcnicit3 di que- Iti composti, sono stati messi a pun- to rttetodi specifici e scnsihili per Ia ~ bro determinazionc nelle matrici p.u diverse, quali alimenti, tcssuti e Ii- quidi biologici, acqua potabilcyfurnu di sigarette, culturc microbiche, ana,' • '~ f"Fa Nf'ac"i.'te tecnichc di campionamen- to sono particolarmcntc delicate, poi- chb si tratta di ricercare composti in . ~ quantiti molto piccole (10-' . 10-"g). ~ Gii AA. hanno discusso le procedure adottate per prelevare aria inquinata a fa prossimita ii industrie e scatichi di rifiuti, nelle maggiori arce di traf- r~ tico nei ccntri cittadini e all'interno ~~ di fabbriche e laboratori chimici. Pcr le N-nitrosammine piis volatili la tcc- ~ ~ nica analitica di piir larga diffusione ~ ( ~ Z la ~`rcmatografia con riticlatori t ~ specifict (frammento¢rafia di massa, d chemilumincscenza, ionizz3zione di r r n 8 fiamma con sali alcalini). `g 0 0 Q Sono stati illustrati i pregi e i limiti ~ ,$,--.di questa tecnica. .y
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50273 0198 ENVIRONMENT PSYCHOLOGY, PESTICIDES- RA 1230 Ze 1980 HEALTH/CARBON MONOXIDE/WOMEN/TOXICOLOGY/ INDUSTRIAL/STRESS/IATROGENIC DISEASES/ OXICOLOGY/ DEVELOPMENTS IN /Occupational Medicine J Z nc ec+~lx~ic l ENZ;bM.D., Sc.D. Consultant to Division of Health, State of Wlsoonsin; Consultant to National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, Rockvi0e, Maryland, Associate Professor of Occupational and Environmental Health, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois; Consultant to U.S. Department of Labor, Washinyton, D.C. Edited by .y
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4 :IF . 5550 Py 1973 50273 4215 COST l:CCOUi`iTING/ s MANEGI.~`iE!dT--FINANCI!'..L/BUDCI:TS/RL'SI?.I~:SS INTELi.IGEiv'CE/ COtiPUTERS/ WILEY SERIES ON SYSTEMS AND CONTROLS FOK FINANCIAL'MANAGEASENT Ec:aec by Robert L. Shvltis crnd Frank M. Mustromano ` f"7 RLero.#.asev-Bu ge-txr~&W,x , A PRACTICAL hiANAGEMrrNT TOOL FOR EVALUATING EXPENSES F'ETER A. fYHRR Vics Prasidenl Finonc• Alpha Wirc Cc•p. [lizab•rh, New Jers•y Prof•srJonol Assccicf• f6ionogsrn.nt Anolrsia Ce•der, Ine. (Monagamerf Censuifanfs) ComSridge (ASaa.) • Nort6broak (Chicoga) • Nrisbin9ton • Pc!o Afto A WIttY-tnlrrsdoAca PuLlication {J & nJliff W(*Y 4pOo; ;3N=QYor/e, ' Vndcn • S)dnry • Toronto •a
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>. h :7 15Uz% 664.1 ~ . .. ,. • ... t-. - ...~ 0 6 0 6' r; 0 0 8o 0 7 8' . : 'it ,,. 50ZT3 0206 "--Zerban, --Federiek William, 1880- j t au Browne, Charles Albert, 1870-1947. Physical and chemical methods of sugar analysis; a prac- tical and descriptive treaties for use in research, technical, and control laboratories, by C. A. Browne ... and F. W. Zer- & ban ... 3d ed., rewritten and reset. New York, J. Wiley sons, inc.; London, Chapman & iIall, limited, 1941. xly, 1853 p. tncl. illus., tables, dlagrs. 23; cm. On spine : Sugar analysis. First published In 1912 under title: A handbook of sugar analysis. B1bllographical foot-notes. 1. Sugar-Analysla and testing. 1. Zerban, Frederick Wllllaw, 1AP16- 3otnt author- ! 1--Y47U, Lfbrary of Congress '1'P882.BT 1941 .Y
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50273 0219 NE;A'C-IIIJUCEU CIIA..CES IN 'THE PItOPERTIrS OF COTTON FIBERS 76 III fi-n Presented at ACS Meeting, New York, April 4• 9, 1976 Uivi.sion of Te:;t] Les and Clotliiq; University ol: California 1)av:i.s, Califc•rnia 9561.6 Observed thc•rraa]ly induced chanve_c in properties of the eotton fiber furtber the understandint; of its structurc: an:; stabi.lity so important in its processing and use. Si.Lnif icaiit chmuL;es occur in the 1:ic•ciianical properties of cotton yarn as Che temperature is raised above 200°C. The::e changes are considered in relation to a Elass transition te:apcratui:e of 1G0°C, v;iich %ra:.• hroposed recently (6) for dry cellul. se. Ptr,i 5t uri. rc+y;ain, l c ve.l_ vfi d;:,;rc+e of holyci;eri zatior: (LOD2'), al}:ali o., n n n r, o a l) 9 I _~
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U.S. Ui;PT. uFIC.c> N. 1. 1'l!Iil.l(:A /ION GA ki:/'ORT Nl). 2. (%or't i(:ccssior ',iCL.IGGR/(l'eli: DATA No. sHECT NSSI1; 74-606 ....~---------- -- --- -- -- ---- 'fi'lt' AND SUi)TITLL•' S. F'ublicaticn I1ste . /7~T Z C',/ G/ Novc•_ ~},,er 1974 ~Censumsr Product~No~~s.^_: A Sasi:; for F.eRulation _ aNOWT' 6. PtrforrnraE Organisation C-oc:e ,UTIICR(S) Pearl G, lh~issl.er, Cerald a.,Zerdy, Sally C. Pevoile .., 'GHFOfiF•JN(: 0i:GANIG ATIO:: :1AMn A11) ADt:KG5S R.vaAvavJ by t/,S.I+n T Ic~:rAt_ Fluhc:,u OF sTAr~DaRDS NA71v;•!l~.L TECi-i~!lC~SL ~ DCF'AF1T/4EHT OF CCJ',.;L'itCE INFQ;?MATi0lJ SERV1CE WASNIRL'70it, D.C. 2L~234 us tk,.•...r .r c.T.,.,r. Scnn~f~+'o. VA. 72151 =~oaorins Orsanizntion Name rnd Cor..plete Address Ci<. • <tate, :!P ~ c1~ r l Constrrer Product Szfety CorWs::ion • Bethe:.da, 2:aryl.;.nd 20014 clrnrDl cvC.A'P4VY A/.ITRG o b n ~ n u il e. 0 C. PerlormiraK Orgao. fieport No. lU. Projcct/T.1sSc/'+•'orl• Unit No. 2130113 I1. Contract/Gr:nt No. 13. Type nf l.cport & Period Covcrcd 14. Spoaaotir,g Agency Code 9 -r
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50273 0221 - f r,,D %,~ -ist.iazoits+:i2rl.fteni l95z. i.in vex%eich:Ii.s te: :- j AlscaE',:i .. Z hF::4bU1't; , tJJy's2I1 ci P•:iasa:li, 1;+51. 95 P. ;~2 cm. .
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50273 0225 Nachr. Chem: Tech. Lab. 26(6)357-62(1978) (translated by G.K.) III Du2-78 CHEMISTRY OF THE ATMOSPHERE (CHEMIE IN DER ATMOSPHARE) S.P. BY REINHARD ZELLNER. Abstracts of papers presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the German Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry in Konstanr, May 4-6, 1978 c~~~~Cr The following authors contributed; C.E.JUNGE/ D.H.EHHALTJ VOLZ~.~7~~ KHEDIM/ KLIPPEL / MOORTGAT/ SLEMR/ SEILER/ SCHMIDT FINK/ RLAIS IL/ OESER; KELKER~ H. I. SCHIFF/ GRAB ~ KORTE/ ILLENBERGER HEUNEMANN BAUMGAERTFi./ H. L. SCHIFFf '. B. A. THRUSI~ HACR DONOVAIV . HANDWERR f ZELLNEq IERMANN f ZETZSCit"' STUHL/ TROE f ZELLNER/ kirchne / vettermann~ FILBY~ GUERTEN HOYERMANNf. SIEVERTf STAUFF~-. JACSCHKE /TONKERMANN/ROEDEL/LEID~ER/E. WEISE/H. W. GEORGII/PEICHL/ __ REITER/SLAIIKOVIC/POETZLf
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81 VI Rh TOBACCp--GENETICS/ 50273 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Rh Rhodes, P. R. Kung, S. D. (Univ. Md:, Dep. Biol. Sci., Caltonsville, Md., U. S.) NICOTIA NA CHLOROPLAST GENOME. I. CHLOROPIAST DNA DIVERSITY. Mol. Gen. Genet. 182, p. 106-111 (1981) (in English) 0234 *Keywords:* DNA, green, constituent. I The chloroplast DNA restriction fragment patterns of several higher plants from different classes, subclasses, orders, and families were examined. Regardless of the restriction enzyme used, there were few similarities among these restriction patterns. Within the genus Nicotiana, however, most of the restriction fragments were common to all species examined. The few uncommon fragments remaining were distributable with respect to the taxonomic classification of Nicotiana species. Estimates of divergence between selec' families, genera, and species were obtained using data gathered from severa restriction enzyme patterns. 0 6 1 ) 0 (1 (O:J B 1 06 r
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50273-0220 76 II Re2-81 S.P. tntplAti 7. CHF"hi., \'OL. 1F13,(SEPTEM13F.R •~''~ AS a result of systematic chemical investigat, 979) a 9~- of6 the essential oil from the rhizomes of S 1 (Zei arnbone "fr`o~u ' ZingTber':. ierermbel ,. S~~} V. N. GUPTA, I 'C. S. KATAKY & R. K. MATHUR* Rcgional Research Laboratory, )orhat 785 006 " Jieceived 30 October 1978; nccepred 21 ltfarch 1979 ZcrumboneQ), a monoc)clic sesquitcrpcne ketone has been h e sential oil of the rhizomes s t Isolatcd of Z. c and charactenscd from renwnbri Sm. collected from Jorhat. . F rerum ei m. (Ztngiberaceae), the sesqutterFr ketone, Zerumbone (1) has been isolated and chz terised. The rhizoms on steam distillation gavt - 1 essential oil (yield 0.4% w/w on wet rhizomes ba The essential oil on cooline gave a~~~hite crystalu e solid (0.38% of rhizomes)ywhich was homooenons on TLC and was found to be 97.7 % pure by C:. "' analysis in dichloromethane. It was rccrystal'; ri from aq. methanol to give I, m.p. 65-G6° (lit.''s . t 66-67'). M* 218, UV (MeOH) : 248 nm (lit.''s A 248), optically inactive''2, TR : 2955, 2930, 2: 1650 (catiiugated ketone). 1380, 1360 (genl-dimet .. 1450, 1430 (mcthyl), 1290, 1255,1, 1178, 1095. ysJ 895 cm ',NMR (Cc_sS) : 0.95 (s, - C- CH,,. T.V1 (s; C= CH-), 1.78(s, - CH2 -), 2.00 (s,-CH=;, 5.,: (m. 2H), 5.72 (d, J= 16Hz, 11-f), 5.97(d, J= 1611 1H). Its "C NMR was• recorded in CDCI, s t. the cbemical shifts are given in Table 1. 0~~ cl o n i; 0 Po 0 9 2
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. ~- •~ ___s:;~ . . O -,.7~'~ti•+tfaa 9ZZ0 ELZOS
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. \azior.ato di Chimica dcllc .llucromolccolc-Scziono I . . and CAFLO ALBE:ITI . 50273 0209 $peetrocLlr.iien Aeta, 1009, Voi. 19, rp. to 1^_et-1^_73. rergamen I'ress Ltd. rrinted In lorthern frelead 73 III Zel Infrared spectra, oi po1y-all;:y1 substituted pyrazoles--II Istituto di Chimica Industriulo dcl Politccnico, Milano, Italy; C.1~•.R.-Centro Istituta di Chimica Farmaccutica o Tossicologica, Univcrsith di Pavia, Pavia, Italy (Recei>•ed 24 1'oeember 1962) - Abstract-Thc infrared spectra of several 3,5-di-aU;yl, 3(5), 4-di-nikyl and 3,4,5-poly-eillcyl- pyrazoles are recorded and discussed. The diagnosis of a poiy-al3:y1 substituted pyrazolo in an unknown samplo is not possible using simple characteristic bands as in the case of the simple derivatives. A comparative study of the spectra provides sets of bands-typical for each series 1 of compounds. Most of the important bands are assigned and discussed. I 6 ; 0 ti 0 j a 0
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. An nC -ul S . P. 2 4.+.cb.. C4, bk,. 1KINETICS AND MECHANISM OF THE CATALYTIC REACTION OF NITRIC OXIDE WITA CARBON MONOXIDE ON SILVER.` ~ a NBo danchikov_. Ci*KI Boreskov, f~~.~ .,. . ~' vrP +~1~Lftida L t hkin ; ~ n, ~ Ya. as us a l1 y vA! S~ Noskoy,~Ar VA Khasln. ` - --V a ~ V,.( Yablonakii W V S.n, UDC 541.128 The kinetics of the catalytic reaction of nitric oxide with carbon monoxide on silver catalysts in the 313-573'K temperature range have been investigated. An - investigatidn of the adsorption of nitric oxide on silver by x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy has been carried out. It has been concluded that the reaction pro- ceeds by means of the reversible chemisorption'of nitric oxide with formation of an activated complex, which include§ two NO molecules. A kinetic model of the catalytic reaction has been proposed. Institute of Catalysis,.Siberian Branch of the Academy of Sciences of the USSR, Novo- aibirsk. Translated from Kinetika I Kataliz, Vol. 21, No. 5, pp. 1274-1281, September- October, 1980. Original article_submitted October 2, 1979. 0023-1584/80/2105-0925$07.50 01981 Plenum Publishing Corporation 925 .`
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50273 023Z„- -- .... _-- X Me -73 L11NGS--CANCER--BENZOPFRENEIBENZPYRE`:E_LT'YC `C 'CER/ S.P. EFFECT OF SP10f:E ON THE ORGANIS:1 OF tdMITE F.ATS UC3DER INFUILATION-CHAI•fBER C0NDITIOtiS. ~ ' Ay: Dorogokuplya, A. G. ; L. Kh. Adil'gireeva; N:•'8': 'Zfiit'nova~ ~ ' . t Izv. Akad,. Nauk Kaz. SSR, Ser. Biol. 10 (No. 4) 51-7 (1972) The paper relates to a study on the distribution and effect of 3,4- benzopyrene from smoke of different combusion products in the tissues respiratory organs and the alimentary tract of white rats. of the Twenty-five rats were kept in a Sm3 smoke-filled chanber .for more than 100 days. The chamber was supplied during the day with sa:oke f.rora an Rdjacent stove burning different materials such as dry manure, haloxylon, coal, (, C1 t; birch wood, and~ 1 aves. ~ , . .,,
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ti 50273 0229 ;;. A QD 321 Zh 2c. 1966 3':3 p . C;, , L^. ._.. . L•s?_f.w I,le,t., Yc,r?: :_.._. . . . . . -~ . . . . . ... . „ ... :'S ~. . . _ . .
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. 50273 0227 . ~ II Ve - Zevenhuizen, - L.- P. T.- H.:....... Veldkamp, H. GLUTRMIC ACLD PRODUCTION BY ART1MOB.AOTEt GLOBIPORMIS, by H. Veldkamp, G. Van Den Berg, and L. P. T. M. Zevenhuisen Antonie van LeeuWenhoek 29, 35-51 (1963) _.~_„ ..._,.., ..., ........,.~.-...,.~., 6
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III zh1967 ",'.-Zbaravatr-T: =-Ya:- 50273 0228 SYPITli&SIS OF DEP.IVATICPS OF CELLULOSE AND PII'CNYLPIN:LFBOSPFIIIIIC ACID, by T. Ya. ?.hr.rova; H. A. Tyugsnova, B. B. Levin, R. A. Smirnova, and Y.. A. Rogovin Vyooko:noa. Socsdincniya y(Wo. 3) 69a-703 (1967) - In Russian . _-..~Y....~.~..~~.,;T ..-•--~~,T?:..-----•;-----T,• _. : . ,
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50273 0240 _ -.. .". • Ix Re2 ,.. 2hukovskaya;. E.- G. (Jt:,-Author) (1968) : ub2nin, H. H. FF:4TURP,S OF BAPO RI-MO;cPTI0I+1 E'a t.ZCF~OrORCtiJS ADS0i.d121~'rS, by :!. H. Dubinin tutd E. G. Zlr.te:ovakaya Dola. A,:ad. Nauk SSSR 156, 404-7, (1964) ~ . _t ,_.,r..~.,.._. ...-
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i 50273 0241 -•- 4 IX Re2 ';iZAukovs[:ii; V. M. (Jt. Author) .~ (1968) Q3.asov, V. C. AI}SOTLI'TIQi•1 OF SO:iS GASFS ON URl..'"lIU`t iRIOlxDE, by V. G. VlPbov, V. :i. Zhukovar.ii, A. G. LcbedYv and V. N. Sha]a ;irtmr Zfi. PrilA. Khim. 37, 2170-5 (1964) ~.. , a 6 n~fZ r, fl
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x 50273 -0239 Zh ~~ ~ (OL7lV.i ulYil~l•stta.~S ISTEs~A`k'Lt:~ !~ a reviea of tho S`i4(lF:II'L ~i.vCl3t~i:W`fio) rL[obo5i:f.•.v ft4iaa iLL..!.diQ md0 1i*. S.VIZ a7 (iioe t, ) 2.&-29 (April 1959) - In Rvnsin.n -~-4--~- 7 I I I
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50273 0247 RJI< CLASf:3 NO. YLr:TB£:iOi< RC i;56 Iso 19W Econsignore,G. (ed. ) ; CuMMing,G. (ed. ) ; Qjr.hich3~fa fihich3~fafi (rd . ) ; THE LUNG IN _ITS ENVIRUNMENT. Ettore Majorana Intnrnational Science Series,6. Proceedings of a 5yMpociluM on the lung in its environment, held June 16°-21, 1980, at the Ettore Ma jorana Center for Scientific Culture, Erice, Sicily P1enuM Press.New York, New York,£32. ISN = .a639 0 o fa 0~1 G G u i I y
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50273 0248 I I Me5-80 S.P. U_'''od S• Irr•S ()#,, ., r t vv..1••. rPt, d:< ~'4 Envrunnn.i A yt•ncV Y.nS~: ytU [i( . :'~ Anaerobic N10-; ~ Opercation Sludc~c Manual Digestion By c EPA
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._t 4 I CD r•~I~.IS../~,`1 on 4 dY~ty. :~~:
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50273 0249 •: x An "Zickmantel, Rosalie; j't: aut. Anderson, Wnald 0, RLSI'OHSE TO A RESPT.E'AToRY SU^.Vb`!, by Lb;va1d 0. Anderson, Rosalie Zick=ante1, cr.d Benjacnin G. Ferris, Jr. Canad. Mcd, Assoc, J. E38, 59G-602 (March 23, 1963) r 0 7 t; 0 (1) 0 ~D 80 1 2 I
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• 50273 0252 zi QNZM ~t.p (Probl~z.~ of ic<<e p.t,?hylav1s Gy aiiroz.c d^ma?- from touavwo) 6 tl o' n
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50273 0246 X ScAi '' ='o#-ZichavL-iq t autbw- Scyaid, E. 1A':'iEi'.SUCIi1~~;Ct~l UBER Ar'Z: E243Fl.US.°, nES T.f~;:e}:r:~a PU: UIE 1'.~1SSCtiEIOU;~G V(1ti tdETAUOLIS'9:? Ea•iZt3E Yy. tIARN, by E. Schmid, ti. l.,,iater tnri L. E£ct,8. (Studies of tra influer.ce of sm~!a`~ c~ the u~;in~,:9 ercrction of Q~:t&bolites c. tt:e bioSenic azines.) -aut. Gcs. 1nnara Ned. rerhand. 21, 7ai-704 (A^rft 1s65)U 01 ca 11^1 i), il t'i 0 f7l, 1 i ii
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81 III- Do CATALYSTS/ 50273 0245 8018 LP620 P 55 DCRF YA REACT KINET CATAL L React. Kinet. Catal. Lett., Vol. 16, No. l, 55,40 (1981) KINETICS OF NITRIC OXIDE REDUCTIO BY CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE PRESENCE OF~.`OBALT(II) COMPLEXES Ya. A. Dorfman, V. S. Emelyanova and'l~;';0:"Zb~l1upbeYov'~. Institute of Organic Catalysis and Electrochemistry, Alma-Ata, USSR Kinetic studies of nitric oxide reduction by carbon monoxide in the presence of Co(II) complexes indicate that the reaction is fast order with respect to catalyst, carbon monoxide, and nitric oxide. Co(AC,,)(OH)r= complexes have the highest catalytic activity. A reduction mechanism is proposed. $1/11 pO ~- L i I 6 ~n n n n 0 9 1 1 7
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74 vIII Ge TOF.ACCO--BLLNDINGS/ CIGARETTES--OkGAPdOLFPTIC TrSTI\G/- 50273 0231 - RJR CLASS NO. PA.'IPFFLET 74 VIII Ge Georsicv, S.; Todorinov,S.; Yazadzhiyan, E.,°Zhe7yadKbti;`'$.; Tsonev, I. ; *(no affil.)* ~ CO:I3IN:a USE OF OP.GA.`tOLEPTIC Ci:r;4ICAL DATA A.ti3D ELIifI'.;ATI0:1, LPMITATI0:1, ' A:D IYJ.'EP,Ci[A.`FGI:,G OF SO:G; TOL~?CCO COi~fPO::E:~T; I:J CO:d."OL'::DI:~G OF CIGARETTE BLE2:liS. ' Nauciui. Tr., Vissh. Inst. KFiranit. Vkusovu Prom., Plovdiv, 18 (No. 3) ~ ~ 297-305 (1971) (in £ulsarian - complete English translation available) *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; proteins, cured, constituent; 1 sugars, soluble, cured, constituent. ~ . ~ ~ + . . , ~ --.- ---- ~-- - ~ . . < ;
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$*.tn<IM, T'A13ITC --GTfrT:-dTSI 5027-3 0251 1 - (IIP-dG6) TICE: INTFRINr11'InNAl. JOU112U1I. OF TIff': ADnIr"I'IOi7S 14(fi) pp. ~ ~ fiGG (1979) . ,7y.l~.t CC•trt~I • , C~ ' ~.{r-ar,1L(Kt~1 i' ~or....~` (/ ~° ' ~ i 7hc Inlcrnaliunul Journcd or Q~c IJiclic~ns, 14(G), >;l1-Bbl~, 19)'J ( • '^I ; ~n~w . SY~~ l ~ t' Anoinie an&Drimb Use % ill Flibll School Students t David I. Lasky; Ph. D• I ebannn Vallcy Co/%ne ' Annville. Pennaylvania 17003 A F..T~,T.. . rc;jenfuss; Jr•, M.A., M•P•A. PcgnsylvniZlnhrdisci ,linaff Rescarch Grnup 4 lfvrrisbtng, F'ennsylvnnia 17109 Y . , .y
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~ 50273 0259 T .*-Liel4.ui~.A•..L•t-:jt••aut. 55 M M.aI ten, ICe E. TIa1US'TRU-L TGX:C:O=Y h;.0 DERM4TOL.OZ3Y I?. THE PRODUGTICii AND f'1'.UC`r'SSI?w OF PLPSTICS9 by l:o Ed Malten nnd Za L, Zielhuiso Flaevlsr N.onrZraphs on Tox_c Agecitrt. 1964 ?.5$ po ElaeviQr Publishing Co, tiecw York
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5Q273 0257 ARCItF.R J.L•. Chestnutt) X~ Pan ~in, STRIP CURVATURE AND STRAIGHTENING FORCES IN P.CLLER LE`JEL.ERS FOR _COLD RCLLED STRIP AND THE INFLUE'~CE OF PULLING ON STRIP PROPERTIES. .- rii`,f I tr~~j, ~ T ~ Y`; Thie2e and W*:-. le9l~*r: *--~ahi-und--F-#.$err ~- ri.i~~i .f © . • J Report from the ;nstitute for Deformation (Foraing) Science of the Technical University Berlin. + -. (Report No. 162 of the Cold Rol? ing CoL,roittee of the 1,sso- ciation of Ger=en Ironworks l;an*) . 1 .y
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47 -1; I7 c h ¢ r . 50273 0233 ~-~r--t ~ ~ v Zr uu ~1A4 1 . / ~ CF. f C."(j11 <.1 ~ G1~ ~. :1~ cI ti i ~ L / f -. ~. r ~.lYIle.t•Lti/~/'i ' i- _ 11' V.7 11') i -1 a! C AAmc+i'tX'?ap.M1CSL Kyom.%e,~ n 6- e~ ~ y ~F~4R3M ~'.i~P>'rk~lis~ 7t*,e1; . Lc 3m-c. ,~ c L,~ ~, t~ I'. ht. I1AIIIILIIICOI'i, O. 11. NY3IILQ013, Il. Il. RA31fJ7E111Pi, ' 1 E. If. BL'CCA!EPTIIAlI, 10. M. ili0P0!3 . BJIIIfII1II1; IfIIIIETIVILCIfIIX (Il.titT01'013 IIA 13hIx0i(; . 0l',tltil(1IOIIlIbITI COCTAB II CTl'YIiTYPY O.IL(bI11I0I1 Y.l'. • IIPII TI3PJIIIYILC1:0.1I ICPEIiIIIII'L 11-rI,ICCAAI:IiAIIA ,~QYp ` B IIaCTOS1B~OC DI)C1L3I OCIIOBIiLIYL1I IIpOI(CCCA1-ILI IIO)Iy'qCiillli Q-07Cd:IIIOD 1IDJIIIIOTC)I 'TCpiL1L7CC1:1I)I Iil)CIi11UC Ut11),7(I)fIlI11CT0I'0 CLIrWI, C1IlITCJ li3 CO JI II:,IIa ItOGa)ILTODLIX IC3TAJIri30TUP3X II IIO:I111,ICpI.3A1(II/I 111I3IL`uX CI-O:IC- (~IIlIIOB. HA1IUO:ILIIICO nIIC.-IO IICC.IC;jOBalIlilt IIOCBAUjCUO TCI).lUl*?CCISO'L3' i{pC- HI1IIPy iI.IfAICIIX I! TBCpjILI\ lI1pAtI)1LIIOD. 7TII, IICC:ICJ),OB3U1[A ti-,3, "A IIOi(1131AU, 'tITO IIp1I TCI)2,1II`ICCI:011L I71CUaj(C 0()D..'t35'IOTCA 1II)CIIJ[YIISCC•TBCiJIO n c, ~a t 0 S
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50271 0264 TOBACCO--HISTORY/ ,. . . . ~ .. .. . . . . TS RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK 1'S2240 2i 1975 2240 ; ~,"j Zi *(no affil.)* 1975 TtN); Cj.CARETTE SELLERS OF THREE CROSSES SQURE. Avon Rooks, New York, 1.40 p. (1975) (in Enr,)ish)
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--Zielinski, Andrzej (Jt. Author) Stron>cki, Ignacy TH: D-TEF,MIKATION 0P DISTItIBl3TT0h G'3w~'t ICIENTS t.:~L` CC.;STIui'F'S CY CC:•'= Ir3 O:z t;i.G!'.cL t,.1vP jfnfi:iuti wITti QJ~1i?.ID: aTr',.'f£ SCatI'F L•.!: SES. PAUTY-)sRACEaa STUDIES o:a ZHL OF METAL IO:tS. XI., by E;nacy Stronski, And_cej ?.ielinski, tasna Samotuo, Go "r'ia Staa: icka, and c;zet.-iu"v Sv Gcninaky Zeitschr. Ansl. Caez. 22 (No. 1) 1.4-22 (Z95G)
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~ 50273 0269 ~ R,iP. CLASS NO. PAIZ'l1LET 75 VI Bu2 ~ Burrus, F. J. Cic, Boncourt, Switz. i CIGAH::TTE RI~:SEAItC{l. *.tZi sarettc, ForschunR. ) *y ; F. J. Burrus Cie, 25 papes (1975) (in German) . Reviews cigarette research in the above named Swiss cigarette manufacturing company, deals with cigarette smoke composition and analysis for tar, nicotine, and other constituents involving the use of gas chromatography, including glass capillary columns, etc. Also deals with tobacco, cigarette paper, cigarette filters and cigarette filter research, including Qurrus' proprietary filter made from charcoal and materials related to meerschaum. *1975, No. 8, 14 2862* *d* Tnharrn rhpmiStrv (analvsis).: J. ,. ,.
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50273 0258 • ; (1) 4-"- n G ti R -Zieg1e.-,Natta _Catalys ts, v. 15 F:=CYCLOI'EDIA OF POLYMEP. SCIENCE AND TECIi\TO'AG': ; PLASTICS, RESINS, RMI-E-:-'.S, rIEi:I:S. Interscier..ce (Wiley) NeW York E) .y
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50273 0253 ~~~~ Analyti on Pfcilrrminzolcn 76 II Re2 ~ , S•p• i Von F. W. Hefendchl, E. Ziegler ` / .. Problcautcltung Handelsiibliche Pfcfferminzole sollcn unter Einsatz moderner_ Anal}•senmcthoden, insbcsondcre der Gas- Flilc,ifi-Cht•omatol;raphie (GLC) im F-Iinblick auf ihre Provenicnz, ihrcn IIcarbcitunfisgrad sowic ihre Rein- heit bcurtcilt werden. Wiihrend in .vissenschaftlichcr Hinsicht zahlrciche Rnalvlisclle I3earbeitun~en vorliegen t-4) (wcitcre Litc- ratur s. in den ziticrten Arbciten), lehlen einfache, Ieicht reproduzierbare ;'tethoden, um die oben penann- tpn Kritr•rir•n 7n ornrhritnn Nrr Pnre4-. nnrl Furmmn +1 Dazu rc(cht cine Wasaerdampf-Destillation im klcinen MaOstab aus. Es ist z. B. mit den in verschiedcncn Arcnci- buchern') beschriebenen Rundlauf-Wasserdampf-Destiita- tionscinr:chtungen moglich, aus 10 bis 100 g Droge aus- rcichend Testmaterial zu gewinnen. A'fodifikationcn der Destillationsapparatur, die cin vcrcinfachtes bzw. gilnsti- gcres Arbcitcn crlauben, sind In der Literatur bcsct:rie- ben "). Chromatographische Analyse - Die hicr beschricbene Methodc ist nicht darauf aus- gerichtct, insgesamt optimale GLC-Trcnnbedingunren s~. .. , ..1....• .i..- c..4............,1.. t:.•... _..e _...-- -....._....-_ C~ .~ ~ t~ n t~ ~j ~ 1> S ~ .y
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50273 0265 76 II Rel 76- S.P. , .. PlanfCar Ceu Plirriol. 15: 341-349 (19741 The effect of growth regulators on the growth and pigmentation of "Baccara" rose fiowery - N.CZieslin, I. (Biran ajt6 A. H. (Halevy Department of Ornamental Horticulture, The Hebrew University of ferusaletn, Rehovot, Israel /f y "Baccara" rose buds were treated with various growth regulators during late stages of bud development. The effect of these substances on growth and pigmentation were determined. Growth regulators were applied by spray or injection or as a lanolin paste, also in the nutrient media on which petals were cultured in vitro. Injection of GA into the base of the receptacle caused elongation of the bud whereas IAA, K, ABA, AMO-1618, CCC, and SADH had little or no eftect. CCC and NIeCa-F did not reduce the elongation caused by GA. GA treatments also enhanced flower weight and petal pigmentation and \4eC!-F decreased the gibberdlin efirct on pigmentation. GA treatments of intact flowers and excised petals cultured in vitro, were only efTective at low temperatures. Gibberellin treatments increased the size of petals, the receptacle and the pedicel Treatments at lower toSitions on the flower- I . . •.~
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/7 A Kt'-U1 StP. Author: IRES-MarketinR Gmbtl, study, 1981. 50273 0273 Title: "Die'. Zfgarette, im sozialen Spannungsfeld" or: "Cigarettes as part of the total social picture, (with special reference to Germany)." Sub-title: Results of a poll taken in Germany on the social acceptability of sr.ioking, popular beliefs on sr.,ok and health, perceptions of German smokers and non- smokers on the role of cigarettes within the frame of social issues. Confidential summary of a 1981 poll which is a follow-up of a s+udy ofiriRanlly made in 1978. C&, p . L A- ~__ ; s ~J .a t~ n fr a E~ ~ t• 4
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50273_0255 FOISE/OCCUPATIONAL HEALTII/WATER--POLLUTION/PESTICIDES/ AIR--POLLUTION/ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE/WATF.R--TREATMENT/REVERSE OSMOSIS/ a ECOLOGY/ENERGY RESOUP,CF.S/ENVIRONMENTAL IIEALTiI/POLLUTION CONTROL/WASTE IdATF.R/ M REF ENCYCLOPEDIA ~ 123 ! ~'~' ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCE 1976 AND ENGINEERING Editors: JAMES R. PFAFFLIN b EDWARD%N; .-ZIEGLER Univ. Windsor Polytechnic Institute of New York GORDON AND BREACH SCIENCE PUBLISHERS Ncw York London Paris VOLUME 1 (A-2".) ; "'nT.TtKF: 2 (N-Z)=• I-- f • i ,y
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50273--0254 ' I ,.L/* :tfwtntsLt fto tur Cltetnic Jl)L',.13J''-13111971) - - f.~ !7/ 0 by Sprinl;en••Vcrla}; 1971 ` y M N i I/L j~/. ItcaktioucJl mit P-antinorrutolts:iurcestcr ~-tr ..o (Linc ,llodifikation der Pcchniann-ltcaktiun) Sy nthescu von IIcterocyclcn, L:iG. Mitt. .~ ~ ~ Von ~ ` ~ ~ G. liaxr!r,•anidis tutcl }:. g ler . • . '1'h. Kappc*, ~ ~~ LAuH clcni L>.stitut fiir Ors,ini.cho C•hctnio drr L'ni~ei~itiit Crnr Ji ~ (Eingcgangen am 19. April 1971) ;.~ ' ~C ~ Syitdu.res o/ Ilelerocycles,;CLX: Reaeliona oJ 1:Ihyl.Y _-lpnino- eruloaiale. A lllodi/icalion o/ !he Pechmami Reaclion/ Ftlt}'l iuiittocrotututto (1) reacts ~t•itlt tlie ruilottatc, 2 a and b(iising it mul,u• rutiu of 2: 1) via the 4•hydruxy•?-pyridon© 4 to give ethyl 4.7•tiinutL~12.:~-diuxo•5.G•clili~'dru-2fl-p}'rano• I .y
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50273 0263 r I ~ Ziors®r, Paul L. I~~~C2r ? y., RAD:CA7T0-N MS?''SM Yt A BUIIZfA~tY OY X.HOALp E•'ILTDICALg Af3D F.M3`s'2,F3S- ' ''it:'1'I= A.ID Pi.a LLE:~3", Health Phya. 14 (I.o. 1) lMi5 (J'an.,71568) - . },. . _ . . .M !~ ~' :'1 'ta u ~p
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; ? o 0 ttic,vI) o'ri -- ) ib (sL2ad) uo piia I~G:1ItaxZ •Z r~;oac,y IIeul::olyoolps~R~r ~gar1~ uo rq(~TBr~Ioapd}I pv:~ o ~ ru,~ sv fsp~fr;o 3 ICat{"AS aq3 uo s110}A {vaaaZI) l;0I7G:I0`IiiLIO'Tai•F.,^ SS :S:f SSO ;(S~:;yt ~I[1zS S~.1PIO;~;i}Ia'IiiO 'dfS S'cI7t:a37u £wl11; -~0 ~~~ III V.. t 19Z0 £LZOS
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~ ..a__..___... ... - . ..."-.. 50273 0270 ..~.._ - - - -- -- ~...... RJR CLnSS a0. P:: ~;itLk T liac-Lisch, It. - (Lnircrsid;;de Sao Paulo, Instituto 13io-1•icdico, lleparta^.mcnto Fisio2ugia Farmacolob.ta, Sao Paulo, lirasi1) Tlfi: CIi,A:i::•iE r;S A SOC RC!: OF CA^C0:1 i•a?:+OXIDE. Koh!ercio:io, `ydquei3e.)* ti Arch. To:cikol. 26, 251-261 (1970) (in Ger:ann with English sum:~ary) *F:cywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. *1971, No. 20, W 8906* *lm* Tobacco medicine(chemistry):
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. 50273 0268 1 1; Dia° 7Z:gar.otit-o--dein. Schicksal. 3 .l Cp Linckint, F. Die Zigarette--Dcin Schicksal. Dio Zigarette--Des Dionschon F©ind. lYiesbaden, Carl VYilther Verlag, n. d. 31 p. 2:5 cm. r ' n f) i ; &I# 0 /
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50273 0277 , XI MeA4-77 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET XI MeA4-77 s.p, S.P. Stiffung Warentest SMOKING OF ROLL-YOUP.-OUTN CIGARETTES. , *(Zigaretten-Feinschnitts Furs Rauchen ein Ding gedreht.)* 3 Test, 1977 , p. 4(1971) (in German with English abstract) ' The Association of the Cerman Cigarette Industry predicts a significant ` increase in the roll-your-own cigarette market as a result of the recently instituted tobacco tax increase. The move toward more roll-your-own cigarettes is viewed as a possible hazard to these smokers, since test conducted in 11o)land and Switzerland indicate that the roll-your-own cigarettes deliver more nicotine and tar than the manufactured cigarettes. Moreover, the manufacturers of cut tobacco do not indicate the amount of harmful substances in cut tobacco. -~ V ~') 4~ tl ~~ i~ ~l 0 .1 .y
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r'7E *'ELLO~ U\I''ERSirlf/ 'rS--CARtiF RTATI(1 . - QD DISSi DADTTI`iTT ATF ¢n1.TilQ/PARTTCT.R ^T2R ?•TACI!PFmRN'f"/ AERnSOLS/ cf177i (17Ah -....._.,.....__ __.-- -• .,.. - --- ' S44 1.1. ~S~,TObA660-+r,S~`:Oi~ET~~X.SIG~~..--,,~,. ~ TI'969~,~. -.•.•T~ACCO--S~iC}KF---PART~ _ _ RJR CLASS 2?0. TEXTBOOK QD 549 Zi 1969 (Carnegie-?:ellon Univ., Carnegie Ins. Tech., Pittsburg, Pa., U. S.) English) THE DEPOSITIO.J OF FINE AIRIIOPUNE PARTICL'LATES ON ENVIP,O\^fEIvTAL SURFACES. Carnegie-Me11on Univ., Ph. D. Thesis, Pittsburg, Pa.,•178p,'.1969 (in r *1973, No. 20, 14 8063* *d* * Tobacco C/:......yS tL'y . ' ~..~ar-J+.....d.... • ~ . .. ~.-..at' ... . . _.. ~.'_ .. . .__ .. ....rJaw. .~....w.-.~.i._a.c-a..J~...a.r_.._:..4a~i.ws.i.c.:r~.._-..~.i.:J:~«~..1a~:4. . .v•.. ~ ._~---~.- . .. -s-...~.-~.- .~_.~. : ..vaw+-. _..r..._..-.....-:s . .....~-, ~.K . -~•+-i.... . • ....._.. r.-..~...._ . . 11
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50273 0250 ~ Aus t'cut /nstrlr.fi r vcsctarrr" I rry r:r,,,r rc ,lcr Lnn•crsrtat Finn•: F.rrt J~ lt`nra (J A>Itstiel; cter S~ru;:~a:~rnsaurekallzrlltfa!iol> :%i'etcl`s~~~ ~;~~".~1~°~cz,,,,~ uaclt cr«ic.r Zufuhr von Fructose, Sorbit und Xylit Von Harald FGr.ci r.R und Monika idttxsis'*"> T' 0'f' 7•,) )Clrt 1 Abhildung A 0~1 (EingcganFcn am 30. Juli 1971) tntnry Srmy ro!lo%',in_^, thc oral intake of 50 rm fructosc, sorbitol or xylitol, an increase in the Con- eentrmi-I of scnlm uric acid from 0.5 to 2.5 was observed. \ylitol proved to bo the mo.,t ct~.ctivc suhsta::cc. Sorbitol had thr b::~st c!1cct. Galactose and Flucose had no ciiect even in consiefcrably hifli-cr dosapc (up to 200 t,m by mouth). Saccnarose, however, in very hi~h clusar,e (20J grn by mouth) resulted in an increase in the concentration of scium uric acid. . ?he ir}crcasei in serum uric after fractosc, corbitol and xylitol was due to uric aeid synthesis as the uric acid loss durin.^: the csprrirn:nts %+:rs incicased. A small measurable increace in b!ood lactate corucntration was found only after thc ingcstion of fructose. Ttic Untersuchun, cn wurdcn mit Unter;tiitzunIg der Jacques Pfrimmcr-Ged'achtnisstif- ti.,.:.t, -- +i .y
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` Add • ri 5027-3 0271 Re S.P. L_AIE ZIGAREITS'"~L~~ ~BHL~fONOXYDQUELLE Hscebisch, HaxAt DIC 'LIGA]::LT'TB ALS Y:OliLZ..~rKONORYB,QUl:LLI: (The Cl.harc~Ce no a Source of C,,irbca a~.,...... i ....1 .......,....__~ rc . Toxifi. 1. 26 2S2•-26~. (7.°7O) 'Lu ;F:3oth Lrn~litih Sc.m,~~~y .~~y. ''.qi'.+.*.-:J'~~R'i:±~ry.:r.
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Y- ~) I? 4J ~. . ~ ~ . ..~ . ~ *d*UI. 'Ijf•,• •pu~-f Ync:rt~:) i!)jAupvauNonvY:3l1 aZTti'uy g eYuaYuptsfnd "sIJa?! 'A '2I F:,:r ' Pno~;ntl? ' V ' 2Aq ' Sa;Vf) rlU %I~-flPjOSI KOZJ.djIflSQ1 ;:'J l:0l7'M.')'.'; 0 t1!W NJ1=i~.;OSCI`J 40 1L'OSHd. 'I`flSt:HXOu SNI • y • Z t 1¢AOxn~;: +• • _ , , 9fZ0 ELZOS
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502-73 0243 ' RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 XII Ba 7'J-X77J&L/Babak, S. F.; I:ondrashov, I.X.; Strelkova, A. G. * (no affil.)* METHOD OF PREPARATION OF I'li`dABASINE BASE. 1/hur. Pril:ladnoi .'t}imii 49 (No. 6) 1328-1330 (June 1976) (in Russian) ~ *Translation in: Jour. Appl. Chem. 49 (No: 6) 1356-8 (1976)*(in English) 00?To simplify production of anabasine base from crude anabasine sulfate, w•e have devised 121 an essen- ~ ~ tially new and entirely different simple, cheap, and rapid process for isolating chromatographically pure anabasine base directly from crude anabasine sulfate. The crude anabaz;ine sulfate is treated with cobalt sul-i fate solution to form the crystalline complex salt cobalt anabasine sulfate of the composition Co.10, (CttH34tsT):' }1=904 •111120, which is separated from the mother liquor on a BUchner funnel ander vacuum and recrystal- lized from water. An aqueous solution of this salt Is neutralized to an alkaline reaction and the free anabasi~ , base is extracted into benzene. The benzene extract Is dried, the benzene is distilled off, and chromatograpF' 1_k.aUy pure anabasine tiase is obtained by vacuum distillation from the residue/
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50273 0237 VI Re9-81 S.P. _ J. Anal. Chem. 35(1) 103-6 (1980) GAS - LIQUID CHROMAT6GRAPHIC DETERMINATION OF N-NITROSAMINES ~ ~ % V VPi ~ ~~ . m enova, i vedev, andA. V. Krokhin . 1 1 UDC 543.54 1 _ ~ Wide use is made of gas-liquid chromatography to estimate environmental pollution by N-nitrosamine various methods of detecting the latter or their derivatives being adopted (1). Flame-ionization detectors (FID's), which are the most popular, do not give satisfactory results, because of inadequate selectivity [2, 3). The use of a mass spectrometer as a detector parmits unambiguous identification of the nitrosamines, but only ir sie ificantly increases the sensitivity [4J. Detectors which are specific toward nitrogen-containing compoun are also widely used; they include: thermionic [51, microcoulometric [6], and electroconductometric [7, 81 detectors; however, despite their high sensitivity as compared with FID's, the selectivity and reliability of ti analysis are Inadequate. N-Nitrosamines are also determined by GLC after their conversion Into nitroamines [9, 10] or into heptafluorobutyryl (HFB) derivatives [11, 12), an electron-capture detector then being used. This gives rise to a significant increase in selectivity and permits determination of the nitrosamines in amounts 100 times less than is possible by means of a FID. There are also some other selective detecting setups for determin• ing the nitrosamines in the environment [13, 14]. It is necessary to use mass spectrometric methods to en- sure reasonable reliability of the identification of the nitrosamines. In the present article we describe a procedure for determining the nitrosamines as their heptafluoro- butyryl@eri.4ti~e}s bFjGLC usiQg ar~ eltigtrorj-capj;urs;detector. -e
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.* 50273 0276 TOBACCO--HISTOP.Y--GERttANY/TOBACCO--ADVERTISIt;G/TOBACCO--PACKAGING/ r CIGARETTES--MANUFACTURE-AND TRADE--GER2IIdAY/CIGARETTES--PACKAGING/ SMOKING HABITS - -GERMANY/ RJR CLASS Nl. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Sc 1976 • TS Schmitt-}Iausser, G. 2240 *(no affil.)* Sc ~ A BREVIER ON CIGARETTES. 1976 *(Das Zigarztten-Brevier.)* 1. Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, Munchen, 143 p. (1976) (in German) A book on the historical development of cigarette r.tianufacture, s«.o1:ins ` habit, consumption and the use of art in decorating cigarette pacl:ages and advertisinc;. . 0 ~.l n tl i1 li ii iJ 0 4 k 01 . `Y
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50273 0275- .__~~... =~ 2IGARETTE~1~ 2 9b 3 .' Verein fz~r AuriLr ~a .., r ••rnr (ltin :Iy fc~~ I}atlt ou 44 Cirterett:e Erz*;dy ^*3d in Heth~.%ds Used and a Ainctlsr'ior, ou tt:T if;`e,^.ta o: Smokit:fi M2t}oz;s, 1--rc., on iZZcotire: cz::d Tar Con-- mr.i tS :..1 Cf 'r'.+_: -; .Tt . 1413 gg.P. bera:it: tut ~•Orxa Cirr1, f.af:[r,l:e 1..~.""7!~'rnllyr.ts~....P~Y'lrcMfla'R; 1C!*W~y.`Mr^..L.fS..J'~'T`CrnhY.e:T.IiA(S.M~~,K1rrtYnY?'~`IK~~M7M~~~R.. 14 7 ,y
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,^~TIQ~I/, 50273 0274 -•-- ---•- ---•-~-CIGAP.LTTI:S.-`1EDICINIIL/ CIG~~RETT~Sra_-PP,UC AD"...tr`tiIST.,^~~TIQ~I/ 74 X ?OBACCU--SUI;STITUTLSGARETTES, h -,T0i;ACCOJ H a RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 X iia }{agers Handbuch Pharnazeutischen Praxis "MEDICINAL" CIGARETTES. *(~~g~att~en.)* a Hagers Ilandbuch Pharmazeutischen Praxis, 4th. ed., Vol. 7, p. 1015 (1971) (in German) *Keywords:* kF.lladonna, miscellaneous, additive; stramonium, miscellaneous, additive; tirigitalis, miscellaneous, additive; 'Camphor, miscellaneous, additive; finenthol, miscellaneous, additive. • r.~ Abstract: Tobaccoless cigarettes which are or were available in Germany are described. This includes, for example,^cigarettes made from medicinal vlants such as belladonna, stramonium, and digitalis,-for use against asthma, as well as camphor cigarettes consisting of a paper tube containing grains of • camphor which are not Lighted, and menthol cigarettes having a paner tube stuffed with filter paper which has been imoregnated with a menthol solution. S 1 .: -• . :! n ('j () I i cil 0 ' s 1 4 .~
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-502?3 0281 XI Mel-81 S,p, RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Me1-81 s.p. ~igat'eLt~n=~arrct,' NeiT Business ~, . . .;. __ .. 3: r. ~: .: ~ . .. . . MARKET SHARES OF 10 LEADING GERMAN CIGARETTE BRANDS 1979 - FIRST QUARTER 1981. *(Der meilenweite Weg hat sich fur "Camel Filter" gelohnt:)* Zigaretten-Markt. New Business, 1981, No. 16-17, p. 10 (Apr. 27, 1981) (in German) p,ti (1 n fl . 4 1 _,
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1 50273 0278 73 XI Fo1-77 TOT,ACCO--GERMANY/ RJR CLASS NO. PMIPHLET 73 XI Fol-77 s.p. S•P• Lebensmittel Praxis, Switzerland PERFOPMNCE OF THE CIGARETTE MARKET IN T11E FEDERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY IN 1975. SALES OF CIGARETTES ARE GAINING IN FOOD STORES, *Zigaretten gewinnen im Lebensmittel-Einzelhandel.)* Lebensmittel Praxis, Switzerland, 1976, p, 80-90 (Apr. 4, 1976) (in German with English summary) The demand for flavorful mild cigarettes is Erowinr and market segmentation is still on the rise. The pending increase of taxes on tobacco'products causes concern and a price increase may cause some shift in the market shares of the individual quality groups of cigarettes. Ciearette sales declined •by 2% to about 124 hillion units in 1975'as compared to 1974. The decline is attributed to the 4.5% price increase in May ]qz5 and_t.he-decr.case in_the_ 1number of foreign vorkers. ~ . r. I i I .
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ls . U C. C) ~urrr::.ta~ .. tZ©1-v.i^,~aF~:~ ?:au^Q4 trol,* °d G3 +G556t '11~:'~2.^.ft ~~:~.-'`I Q;:il ~:':::ivJiZ = .'f`,3 f !r Z t 0 IrJi ZLZO ELZOS _ ~~..
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50273 0284 0 ... 76 XI Re -81 S.P. Staempfli, G. *(no affil.)* RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XIRe -81 s.p. BEGINNING OF NEXT YEAR CIGARETTES WILL BE MORE EXPENSIVE IN GERMANY. *(Zigaretten werden su Jahresbeginn teurer in Germany.) ~ Koelner Stadt Anzeiger 1981, No. 228, 9 (1981) (in German with English abstract) , Cigarettes will be more expensive even before the tax proposal of the Finance Department comes into force on July 1, 1982. Cigarette manufacturers will raise the price of cigarettes by 52 at the beginning of next year for reasons of higher price of leaf tobacco and strength of the dollar in relation to the Germany currency.... 0 ~ ~ o () n U~j IS a r A
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50273 0288- XI Me,-81 S.P. Die Zeitung RJR CLASS NO. PAM PHLET XI Me1-81 s.p. , .. THE 1980 GERMAN CIGARETTE MARKET OF BRANDS AND COMPANIES. - Table. a(Zigarettenmarkt 1980 in der Bundearepublik Deutschland.)• Die Zeitung, p. not given (Feb. 6, 1981) (in German) 0~~ ~a tl 1 0 ~'u 1 ca 0
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L. Ya. Karpov Scientific Research Physicocher,,icai Institute, Hoscow. TransIated from ~ Kolloidn i 2hurnal, Vol, 34, No. 2, pp. 288T29,4, lfarch-April, 1977.: Original article sut~- _ ~.t._. NEASURDiENT OF THE PENETRATION OF AEROSOLS TIIROUGH ~ HICH-EFFICIENCY FILTERS J - A. A. Kirsh and "If~iF~M'ANthmfw>_s, UDC 541.182.2/3:628. 511.4 ~ .. ... ~ ~-, , J-e The penetration of aerosols with a radius r - 0.03-0.25 vm across high-efficiency filters comprising polydisperse ultrafine fibers has been measured at a flow rate of 5-70 cm/sec. The results are in good agreement with theoretical calculations which allow for structural heterogeneity, fiber size variation, and the slipping effect of the gas. We showed in (1] that for a standard flow rate of 10-20 cm/sec through high-efflciency aerosol filters consisting of ultrafine fibers with a radius a < 0.5 pm, the minimum par- ticle-trapping efficiency as a function of the particle radius r occurred at r values of 'W.05 pm and not 'W.15-0.3 vm as had been previously assumed [2, 31. This result must be taken into account when selecting filters, and the aerosols used for testing them should have a radius of 0.05 vm and not 0.15 um. Aerosols with the latter radius are used as an inter- national standard for testing present-day filters such as "Whatman," which means that the results obtained can only be approximate (2, 3). Fiber filters currently used ere highly retentive. The penetration of particles across them is sometimes 10-' to 10 6, so that a reliable quantitative measurement of particle con- centration before and after filtration presents many difficulties. These difficulties arise from the necessity of using a very high initial aerosol concentration, N,, for counting, which especially in the case of solid particles leads to the rapid clogging of filtcrs and also to a particle size change due to coagulation. On the other hand, because the particle concentratlon after filtration, N, is very low, the turbidimetric method is unsuitable for measujing the article penetration. Particle counte-s must be used for this purpose, but tAe cvyes ~yrr~tlyi use4thave} inayffiQicnr;ly bigh standards of hermetic sealing for the data unit and an insufficiently stable electric circuit, owing to the fact that Soviet [4j and foreign counters are sensitive for particles of r>0.15 v9. This means that standard mea-
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50273 0287 78 XI Ad1-81 S.P. - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad1-81 s.p• ZentralausschuB Werhewirtschaft,-Bonn;. _ - - I~-fAT GERMAN STUDY CLAIMS Md, INTERNATIONALLY ADVERTISING RESTRICTIONS HAVE NO EFFECT ON TOTAL CIGARETTE CONSUMPTION. *(Zigarettenkosnum: Werbeverbote Helfen Nicht:)* ZAW, 1981, No. 4, 4 p. (Mar. 1981) (in German) .. . _, _d
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lIX `DID x 50273 0282 ~ ~ 1 jJ~} Ga~i:S 4~ t'.L's LtlCvt'.:r.@ f.27Jd a1.I' C023tQUi.a O~ '4~a~ 4 CU).Vw'^..C,/ii lt, M ::vVt C:..rz.°"mYe ) M3 4 (.nal,. 3:;) 36"'49 (AVso 6, 1964) -T.- ,- „
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50273 0279 i a XI Me2_80 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Me2-80 s.p. Switzerland, Canton Zuerich, Kantonales Laboratorium, Zurich, Switz. ANALYSIS OF HERBAL, I.E. NON-TOBACCO, NICOTINE FREE, CIGARETTES SOLD COMMERCILALY IN SWITZERLAND; 'HONEROSE'. *(Zigaret'ten 3283:='= Honeyrose natural-:-- 3606'- Honeyrose de"Luxe:)* Switzerland, Canton Zuerich, Kantonales Lab., Zurich, Switz., (Oct. 8, 1980) (in German with English abstract) *Constituents and additives too numerous to list* In comparison with customary cigarettes, the two Honeyrose products deliver mean and and above average amounts of dry condensate and carbon monoxide o smoke.... t+ :~ n t) n i i
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50273 0283 IX -T.YGAPETTEJ,t Trt,ST. • _.- (iests of West German cigarettes and fflteratip cigQrettes and a discussion of the tobacco health controversy, from Eti cnti-tobacob point of view.) Deut£che Maik 3 (No. 2) 41b51 (Jan, 11, 1963) © . ., a 4z fi (l - n 0 a (1 f .-~ `+ -4
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XI Co1-75 CIGAtZETTES--NICOTINE FREE/ 50273 0280 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAPiPiILF.T :CI Col-75 s.p. Haus Neuerburg, Cologne, Ger. CIGARETTES ARE GETTING "MILDER". HAUS NEUERBURG INTRODUCES A"NICOTI.NE- FREE" BRAND, "RhYNOt.llS NO. 1." *(Zisaretten immer. "leichCer'.',Neuerburg' fnhr* ' die- "r:ikotirfreie" • Marke ': Reynolds- ~ 1",: ein. ) * Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 1975, 1 p. (Feb. 6, 1975) (in German - complete English translation available) *1975, No. 4, W 1204* *d* Tobacco economics (medicine): 0 ~) %11 0 ri ii 3 ; 1 :"), 2
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50273 0267 TOBACCO--SMOKING--1[GALTI[ la'FF.CT/STIOKIP.G i+;:D HEALTi./GI?^;U1\Y-=TO':,CC(?% .OBACCO--RLSf:ARCii---GER?tAaY/S2IOKI":G IIh.'lITS--UEALTH PhnuLE"iS/TOBACCO--REVIEa•: j (1240 Ki BIBLIOGRAPIIY--TOBACCO/'TOBACCO--StS01:I11G---3IBLIOGR.tLnIIY/1'OBACCO---G1;F,IMA1vY / r_I973 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ki 1973 Kirch, K. M.; Rudolf, H. c *(no affil.)* ~ TIIE CIGARETTE, A REVIEIJ OF THE SMOKING AND HEALTH LITERATURE - DOCU:tE\TATION AND DISCUSSION. Summary: * (Di,w-+Zi,gat~tte .,1~* . Walter f;au Verlae, Dusseldorf. West Ger., 123 p. (1973) (in German) An effort has been made in this review to discuss this topic objectively by not considering ortly the anti-tobacco literature, but also those authors which have different points of view. - kfiile the bibliography covers most of the western countries, more emphasis is, of course, placed on the German literature. *1974, :7b. 2, W 437* *d* Tobacco medicine: _..i+i..•:..,.-is.~.r~_.,.~.r~.w+~..r..r.~..l.a:~G.+i;~aiaN..:',...~..w.i::riutsa.'....-r..i..d:i:a +vlu.~.ai.ri.::.:¢:~~::;a._ ,.x.. -> ~. - . . . . - . ' . . • .. . . . .. . I
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RJR CLASS NO. -T:.ANSLATIOTF- 50273 0289 Yristinus, F. (Association Cigarette Ind.) ~ THE CIGARETTE PL1 yCET OF THE FUTURE IN I)F:~S~Ttx ~R3A~NY. *(Zi:~~~i~~t~~erlrx;~ia=;2ukunfttiy::YdC-Vorsftzender Konsul br. Friedrich: ; ' Y.ti,qtinu~,AuLwQXtete_.auf. Fragen der Tabak ?.eitring:)*-."" 4~ Taliak Zeitung` S5 '(No. 22) ('May 30, 1975) (in German - complete English translation avail.able.) ~i1 n
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A Add 71 XI Bu3 = -- ZIGARETTENfCONSUM'"IN `DER`BRD'k'£ITER riuudesEesurtcitiai,toblett ZIGARETTOiGONSUH IiZ DER DRA WEITEEt GEST'Li:GEAi (19bG 5tows Inaie.ascu Cibcsrette Con+auaption ia Wcsat Geraaay Coiapsred to 1967) j~undes9~est~ndll~St~~latf j~, ~~t10. 1~ J21-22 (1969) 'v. ~+.+~7n.,~c°v.+,^~`e".+r"fM~"ra'...t'r'~~t~r4 Rftr'N.'awe~+fOAiliM'IMY4.W'~s~a~ov :.
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50273 0290 ~ TOBACCO--MACHIhERY/ CIGARETTE MACHINES/ VI Ta~ 79 ' RJR.CLASS NO. PAMPHLET. VI Ta3-79 ~ 'T,f ermann_ T„ • _ ' ./(Svenska Tobaks Aktieholaget) , •. SUEME OF THE QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM OF A CIGARETTE MACHINE (LOG WITH • ACCURACY C1700). ANALYSIS OF THE QUALITY CONTROL SYSTEM-OF A CIGARETTE `LICHINE. : , . *(Zigh'rZEtenmaschine- (LOG mit'ACCURAY C 1700).)* e Tabak Kolloquium, 21st, paper, 7 p., Berlin (1979) (in German with Englis}- rsummary). The author describes the block scheme of the regulation system and dis- ~ cusses the inadequateness of the feed forward system, the proper function of the feed ~ back regulation and the servo-system. The pressure cell in the feed forward regulatic • system measures the pressure drop in the tobacco rod. A variation of the height ' of the tobacco rod in the pressure cell, which is usually the case during the operation of the machine, produces erroneous results. The feed back regulation systerr. • was found to work satisfactorily. The author recommends to turn off the feed forward system and adjust the feed-back system to compensate for the exclusion of the feed • forward system. . i; tl 8 1~i 2
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5-0273 0295 - CIGARETTES--PP.ICES/TOBACCO=-f;ER'!ANY/TOBACCO--ECO?JOMICSI- 77 XI Ko RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 XI Ko }:oelne rner Stau~' Anzeiger TIIE SMOKERS IN GEIUSANY ENJOY CHRISTMAS BEFORE THE RISE IN CIGARETTE PRICES. CIGARETTE MA;7UFACTURERS EXPECT A DECLINE IN CIGARETTE SALES WITH THE BEGINNING OF TiIE NEW YEAR. *(2igarettenraucher haben Weihnachten dicke Luftw'Doch die Rersteller" erwarten A'~satzeinbruch 1977 mit Ge].assenheit.,)* Kolner Stadt Anzeiger ).976 (No. 267), p. not given (Nov. 27-28, 1976) (in German with English summary) Cigarette smokers take advantage of the lower price of cigarettes. Beginning Jan. 1, 1977, the price of cigarettes will increase on the average by 18%. Cigarettes manufactured si:nne Dec. 10, 1976 already have the new price tag. Please note date. . U l'i l/ Q t~ , l l E} t~ ~ ,r- ~.
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50273 0293 - .I A z %.*_ZIGARETTENRAUC}iEN UND LUhGENKREBS - •-~•WAIiRY.EIT. iJND..•VERANTWORTiJNG..- KnZ12ry ~J. (C.L•F'•~aCt`t1: auni 7.:1T:" Ca:1.^.E4 ti1C~ rZfC.~1C1Rtr~.)lw~t.~.l 1'rfaikEur-tci A21.cen:Anc 'LcS.t:,;. ?,Jb4 (t:o. 154) _...,._. S•-:0 (.S:iiJ 7, 1054) 0 a 1 6 5
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-_. _. : ..:_. __. ~. ..., t 502~73 0262 int. Arch. Arl,cit,:rutyl. 33. 2;i1- 3n.') (lcJ7d) ~ 0 by Springor_1'crLig 1117; III Lu2 74 " Documents of Intcrr:utiorlat Alectirrbs S.1'.. I-lalogcnatctl IT}•tlrocai•bolt Solvents : - Lonb Tcrm la'fucts and Biological Samhlina in Ilutiian Beings International Confcrcncc, Harnburg, Oclobcr 2•t-2G, 1973 Conclusions antl Itccnnuncltd7l(iolls 1 edited by G.Lchnert (Hamburo), A. 'Morgatt (Harwell), D. Szadkowski (Hannburo), andji;~r. 4!ltuis (rlnt~tt:rdarn) ,, ,..: ,.._ _ .1 : 1. Signifi'cance of Lipid Solu6ilily 1.1 Investigations uting radioactive tracer techniques enabled the follou•ing " clusions tq be drawn: E1 Cs { 1 i*l 1rI :1 0, 1.1.1 Volatile hnlo-cnatcd hvclrocnrhons with hioh lipid solubilitv are absorbed more rapidly from alveolar nir th:ut tltcir h•sg solublc counterpart; and elimi- nated mnre alo.clv in breath. Aeeordinudr, lipici solubilits•-uhic•h can be _~,
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- 50273 0298 CIGAR.. TOBACCO--GERMANY/CIGARS--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE/CIGARS--GERMANY/ CIGARS--PACKAGING/TOBACCO--ADVERTISING/ TOBACCO--H I STORY/ • RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Da 1967 TS Davidoff, Z. 2240 *(no affil.)* ' : Da A BREVIER ON CIGARS. 1967 *(Zigarren Brevier.)* Wilhelm Heyne Verlag, Ziunche, Ger., 140 p. (1967) (in Gernan) A ~ook on the historical development of cigar nanufacture, s~oking t:abit, ` consumption and the use of art in decorating cigar packages and advertising. . 00,, () fl (~ tj t ~ b 1 7(~ .r~...- - ,y
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TOBACCO--SI•10KING--PSYC1I0L0GY/SP10F:I.t:G IIArITS--GLiZMr1NTY/CF:RMANY--C1r:1RET T::S/ TS RJP, CLASS NO. TL•)'1'30GK TS 2240 To 1974 2240 To Tolle, R. 1974 *(no aff<_1.7* CIGARIiTTE SMOKING - A CO:JT}:PitTION TO THE PSYCIIOLOCY AND PSYCIiOP.:TaOI,c'~GY OF TIIE SMOKER. *(Zig2rettenrauchen:..;.7ur,Psychologie und Psychcpatholos;ic des Rauchc•r::.: Sprins;er-Verlag, New York, N. Y. , 126 p. (1974) (in German) ziummary: A German language monograph by a psychiatrist at the University of Munster in Germany. It is based on his study of the smoking habits of 800 subjects composed of blue-collar workers, government employees, and university students, plus an additional population of 200 alcoholics. ' Decidedly anti cigarette smokinq is the tone of the study. Many parameters are investiqated such as smoking ajr.ong children, juveniles, and senior citizens; attitudes towards smoking; physiological and psychologic3l causes and effects of smoking; relaticnsnip of smoking to alcohol intake, drug consumption; smokina dishabitation and abstinence, etc. No control populations %•;er•^ used. Three over•lapcing reas^^~ for V••J I enjoyr,~ent, neurotic sm oking, and addictive sw.ukirrg. Includes a comparative evaluation of tile literature. o ,,1 o n n i i o 8 1 t~ 6
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,;g 50273 0300 I G, ItW5-, ,r t~ Ci 4-"> - 1 - ~- - ~~~~ - RC 261 Zi Ax~- Vx:.aV:GY MD M:JaMMY OIr (:.t,I. A. Z+?.bsr Fad G. :. f.bale:•; iraxrr.i etsd bY IRcrth Schu.chter 3.468 FCYj;:a:dZu Pr+:-:3 474 Fv; ae Nets Ynt-k , Cj ~~ i s •
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17 S, _ ., R 0 MlY d -Pr~;ve6~ivt~z~,a. ..a~~3~~fuw~~va¢r~s ::~t~ Zs~ 07ZZ , ~'u~t[PC[j~S5~Y6L~CR•.S3`~ .ta*d~~ue~}os~~~2.seP Z6ZO ELZOS
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50273 0306 RL 31 Co Zi11i-; `At d: • ~'.Jl ICQ•.t{~~ ,'.:2 ITi^.ja7 cn'3 11?irif of tha Population, Semmtri_•f'>, 1966. rolI i'i{SII i:^: .^?: hC=+T ti? ;P.d of L~i`.e populatton; report of an inteziiationcl Co1.lo(iua:::.l I:C1C1 c"iL Stl~T tta_I'LIl}; 1.U iL1'? dj June 1966. revisl;i hv the authors in 1968. Coiloquiu:a editors Marjorie Ficke Lc*.:ar.tl:a1 a::d trio Z:.llf. nascl, t;ew York, S. Karger, 1.969. 148 p. 25 cm. (Interdisciplinary topics irl G~onioleg~l. +~~ 4n~r~ced
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50273 0301 s/ V 7s~ ---- ~ 9-. Ii tl~ 2 i! I'I'AOL1'SIS OF ACT:TA1IIDF. T$:;'N':J ZbermR. I. Spasskaya, B. N. A1i1}•akov, and G. G. Shchukina _ ..~. _:.~ UDC 547.393.1 : GG.092 Amides are .,:idely used as starting materials for preparation of nitriles. In a study of theLrnal con- version of ninides, Imt•idson and I:zrlen (1) showed that. in the tempemture range 207-252°, at tLe carly stai;es of the process, nitrile an3 acid are formed in a molar ratio of 1.0-1.3: 1. From this it was con- cluded that during pyrolysis two amide molecules interact first, to form a secondary amide or its isomer, O-acylamide ("isoimide"), which is then wnverted into a nitrile and acid, e.g.: 2rccont1_ -Nrr. ncONucon --- ~ nc. + ncooir.- . (1) .y
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50273 0297 TOBACCO--ADVERTISI'.VG/CIGARETTES--CONSUMPTION--GERMANY/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ RJR CLASS N0, TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Be 2240 Bergler, R. 1979 7 *(no affil,)* ~ • CICgUTTE.ADYEFtTISING AND CIGARETTE CONSUMPTION. A PSYC6LOGICAL STUDY. ,_.; ~~ *(Ziga.rettenwerbung und Zigarettenkonsum. Eine psychologische Studie.)* ~ Verlag Hans Huber Bern Stuttgart Wien, Vienna Austr., 191 p. (1979) ~• (in German) ' Even with the method chose here by us and evaluating the data through regression analysis the very small effect of mass media on future smoking behavior • was observed as opposed to the very great importance of inter-personal influences.- A complete English translation of this German monograph will be ? available in several months. C' J) ~~ 0 (i t i.; u 3 1 i,) 9 a .y
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:`. "" Zilkha; k: (Jt': Author).,~l Midk2&1. S • CZ.^ai;At:G1IN PGi.TESTEi',S 1tITi? PCiY"c;."MEw - Stc:T:ESIS F.:3 PiCCIDl:F. PFOI'ERTl..''-.a, by S. Y.:1, A. Gs:tnsr and A. Zi1:::ia Ysrsel Jour. C'nca• 5(tioo 4) 163-70 (1967) 50273 0304 . ~III Mil / (1969) G s t~ Q'U U G 3 7 6
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l_.t R~~~,•p0 v a. . fii+1Ld z Z 9 IVi Pcs `.ja,p7CL aCIaTu,;U Zn*!d L Z'LLIA Q.0H3tM.+{ Uiib N0 !>IIdV::`.:OL'T~tUu~i.7 Iaea~{ ' 3}ouaQ c ,t _ ag LOEO ELZOS .. . . -. . _ .. . - .. _. _ . . ---~. _ . . ... .. . . .. . .. . .. . ..... . .
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502-73 0312 491 The Vocabulary I 19 80 r of Organic Chem o istry CHEMI RY, ORGANIC--DICTIONARIES/ ~ Milton Orchin ' Fred Kaplan -~ Roger S. Macomber R. Marshall Wilson 1 ~ Organic Division, Department of Cdemiary ~ University of Cincinnati ~ Cincinnati. Ohio i A Wiky-LUenckses T.bBeatioo JOHN WILEY t SONS. New York . Chichater. BriuDane. Toronto 0 a tl tl fr fl U~8 m 1 , .08 Q . ~_.,~ ~ .. .
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50273 031-5 TOBACCO--BIBLIOGRAPIiY/TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE--REVIEW/SMO:CING IIABITS--RELINQUISIIItiC/ TS TOBACCO--SMOKING--IIEALTH EFFECT/ 2240 BIBLIOGRAPHY--TOBACCO/SMOKINC AND HEALTII/ Go RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Go 1975 1975 Gold, R. S.; Zj3WZ91j7W.r-Hi,;-Austin, W. K. *(no affil.)* COMPREHENSIVE BIBLIOGRAPHY OF EXISTING.LITERATURE ON TOBACCO: 1969-T0 1974. F:endall/IIunt Pub. Co, Dubuque, Iowa, 433 p. (1975)(in English) *1976, No. 6, W 2080P *d* Tobacco chemistry (medicine) (analysis) (agriculture): -- .. .- • --.. . , a
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50273 0296 - 78 XI Adl 80 S.P. . 0 0 0 s : .4 ". -`, . • . . . .. , .. . Af&llA-Pozzi, Zr:ricb ~C1-~ti,....,.-.,. /~bLER, R.: Zigarrtttaa~erbrr+rg >nnd Zigaretten4onrum. s979, rtt S., 2 Abb., ss Tab., kan. Fr.2t.-. Verlag Hans Huber, Bern, Stungart, Wien. Die ?igarettenwerbung erscheint haufig als der Siindenbock fur den Konsumenten- Kbutzer, obwoht sich der Konsum trotz gesundheitlicher Argumente in den letzten Jahren als telativ stabil erwies. DerAutor zeigt in diesem Buch in einleuchtender Weise die Unhaltbarkcit dicser Annahme auf. Ein erstes Kapitel gibt einen Einblick in die moderne Forschung auf dem Grbiet dcr Motivation zum Rauchen. Diese Arbeicen seigen, dat3 Nikocin Effekte erbringr, die fiir den Raucher sublektiv und mornentan votteilhaft sein konnen. Ferner bestehen offenbar eindeutig verifizierbare Iicziehunsen 7~eiaehen Petsonlichkeicstypus und Rsuchbeddrfnis. Ein zweites Kapitel befabt sich mit deo objektivierbaren Effekcen der Werbung generell. die nur indirekt und sekundir medbare Auswirkyngen haben. Das dritte Kapitel ist den direkten Brzugen za•ischcn ?iaarettenkonswn und Zigarettenwerbung gewidmet und zeigt das Fehlen geSenseiti- Ser Beziehungen aus einer Reihen von Einzelstudien auf, unrec denen die Vergteiche swischen L"andern mit und ohne Eintchrankung oder Verbot der Reklame besonders sinnfillig sind. Knl Bdttia, Zriricb { . .j
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502,?3 0291 . -. . ~ XI Me1-77 S.F. SMOKING HABITS--GERMANY/PJR CLASS ?m. PAiP}II.ET XI r:e1-77 s.p. Spiegel - RESULTS OF A MARKET RESEARCH INQUIRY IN k'F.STEP.N GF.R2!I.NY ON TIIE CIWiGI':G DEMOGRAPHIC MAKEUP OF THE GEP.,*SA.'q SI-SOF.ING PUBLIC. *(Die 2iEarettenmultis verloren alte und gewinnen neue Kaufer: Manner r$uCheu weniger, Frauen dafur um so raehr.)* .- Spiegel, Internal Reports (1977) (in German) *Abstr. in: Spiegel, 1977 (t7o. 19) 200 (?Say 2, 1977)* y~._ rr~n s,r~ke l~s th in ueIOi•e;` also" •because.of the departure of about 600,000 foreign ~"guest tvorkers" in Genruny the s!mking population ~ decreased. However, the cigarette constuq:)tion increased by about 3.2% in 1976, corrq)ared to 1975. ~ This was mai nly because of increased syrpking by Geilran %%orren.
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SB 299 No 1978 SUNFLOWER Production and Marketing Extension Bulletin 25 (Revised) July 1978 1st Printing - 3.5M July, 1978 2nd Printing - 7.5M October, 1978 3rd Printing - 7.5M February, 1979 4th Printing - 7.5M July, 1979 5th Printing - 8M October, 1980 Compiled and edited by David W. Cobia Professor Department of Agncultural Economics (North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station North Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station and North Dakota Cooperative Extension Service K~~:~`~ttt•~~ North Dakota State University Area Director of Agriculture and Applied Science SEA-FR, Tifton, Georgia US Department of Agriculture Fargo, North Dakota 58105 0 01 a Q n 6 G 3 t 3 2 , Prire $,3.00 ~+.me!.T+++-----.,--^-'~..,,s -•-------~-^+----
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50273 0321 - CHEMICAL F,NGINFF4TVr;--C0STS/ Tp 155 Tt vC ~S ~i E 11G1u~~~~~~ (1956-1959) CHEMlCfaL ENGiteEERING COSTS QJl s;TERtY (1952-1956) t~C~CM1CAi. ENGWEEftiNG COSTS SUPP1.U.4011T (1951) ~ 0. T. ZIMMERMAN arid IRVIN LAViNE, Editors ~ {NDUS'Fi21AL RESEARCH SERVICie, fPSe. Dover, Wew Humpsnire 0 0 : i 0 i la :~ '.''. i ` `~i
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50273 0309 - J NUCL o ~' M, EURA N P 6 V 8018 Ln,el ~ ~ S 1 n 0 }3 a A6 ltit-k MED t o ( . .'.% -)4F Q11 in AEPOSOL SCANS Y AU-19e-rOLLO~R IN CIIPd2 N)C OgSTPUCT~V[ LCNG ~4EASLJ.4: rn 9~lwtdari, (4:Cerrito,lr:PUCSerf, ,){t.bdro~P Lung scanning by ust of small nrbul7trd partleles permits to obtain different pot terns o! deposition ln chronlc obstruet) ve lung di.etse.Ustng not short-life re dionuclides,ciliar activlty remotion thro ugt, the saSor bronchi allors to obtain de Isyed images of the deposition In the al veolar regions.50 patients have been ea; wined after /nhalation of 1-1.5 .Ci Au- 19! aerosol by ullrasonoc nebuliser.Scin tlgrams are carried out soon after the nebulitation and until •g hours after.The results obtained perwit the follor/ng ob- servations.l)ln nomal subJects irregulsr breathing during aerosol can bring to an eue.• of partielts in the upper sirrsys. Sctntagrephic s+aps becowe nor+ul in later controls for the ells/nation. by mucus elesrance, of the parttclea contained in the bronchi.i)In aubJects rith high bron ehial resletsnces • prevalent central de position ol the particles is observcd.De Sqred scans perelt the evaluation or al- veolar deposition that 1s aloys inhownge neous.Nevertheless, in subjects rith .a jor bronchial obstruction and cilinr .ctt vity cowprosission delayed iw`ages err qu1. tt unchangrd.J)ln suhjects ri*h perirhr s a
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50273 0314 IX RE2-7R CO CONCENTRATION IN THE BLOOD OF COKE OVEN WOAKERS S.P. IN A rIODL•'RN COKING PLANT, TOGETHER WITH A CONTRIEsUTION -TO THE QULSTIOP7 OF THE CO LEVELS CAUSED BY TOBACCO SMOKING (CO-Gehalt des*Blutes bei Ofenblockarbeitern einer modernen Kokereianlage, Zugleich ein Beitrag zur Frage der CO-Belastung durch Tabakrauchen] by A. Manz, tXi4&Zimmer and D. Krusche of Medical Service of the Hamburg Gas and Wasserwerke GmbH, Hamburg, W. Germany from. Zbl. Arbeitsrrred. 26(7), 121-127 (1976) Translation from German ANHD/jb ~ ~ ~ 0 U n n n i ~ o a
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•Iimbabwe=Jour:-Agric:- Res. 18 49 (1980) ifobacco Research Board"8f Rhodesic}~: 78 VII Ag-80 l= S.P. RESEARCN NOTE . -50273 0308 THt- FFFEC'T nF FOUR AfELI)//)UGYA'E SPrCIES (NCMAT(N)A: k1F`.LOII)t)GYNII)AF) ON PASPALUA1 GL`t \'(1.4RUA1' N'interireen Pasralum. Pu%rufiinl gurnoanini. which is recontmended for graiing in the cool. high rainfall areas of sandveld (Department of Consenation and Fxten,ion. 1973). %%as screened for resistance to the four root-knut nematode sreciec found in "/.imhah%~e-A1c•loidngrnr jarnniru, Af. aravicti'iu. A1. lturlu and .11. inrn,cnilu (Martin. I95X). Root-knot nematode inoculum of 5<10. I 0(X). 2 000 and 4 000 cFgs and larvae per 20 nil of %%ater \%ac poured into a depression in a 200-mm pot of steam sterilized sandN .oil and a 1'. Aut'nourmn1 seedling transplanted (Shepherd and Cootnh.. 1979). There %%ere ti%e replicates of each rate for cach nematode species. and uninoculated controls. After 12 %%eeks the top gro%%th was oven dried at 105 C. and the roots assessed for root-knot nematode damace (I)aulton and Nu.baum. 1961). The grass roots were chopped. mised aith the original soil and returned to their respccti\e pots: tomatoes %kerc planted and their roots assessed after a further tive %%eeks (Shepherd and Coomb.. 1979. Daulton and nusbaum. 1961). All the nematode specie% reduced the dr% mass of the grass. hut the effect of the inoculum rates was variable (Table I). The amount of root- knot nematode damage to the grass roots %%as uniforml) negligible and is not sho%+n; that of the subsequent tomato hioassa% plants %~as also slight but indicated that P. ,cruenuurum is rossibl) slightly more susceptible to Afa juruniru than to the other root-knot nematodes (Table 2).
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50273 0302 75 III Na LASER TECHNOLOGY . A SURVEY BY Dr. c,I IV . . ~ . NASA SP-511G Cotnrutcr SCience; Corporation Falis Church, ;'irginia 7ecbnoloPy Ulili:ariem Orre 1973 NLTIO'NAL AERONAUTICS AND SPACE ADNi:NISTRl4TIOti ~ :l Wnibintron,17.C. ~..., 0 i 0 0 0 c,;) 3 1 7 4 .,
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50273 0323 i Ziiunterman, Oswald Theodore, 1905- 123 Industrial research service's handbook of material trado Z nRmes, by 0. T. Zinuucrman ... and Irvin Lavine ... Dover, , N. ir., Industrial research service, 1946, 1953, Suppl. I zi, 508 p. 24 cm. ~and II for 1;'53 ed. Cover title: Handbook of material trsic3~e, o m~s. j~ Dictionary arrangement. 1. Chem3stry, Technical. 2. Trade-marks. z. Lavine, Irvin, Lro:.'- joint author. ji. Industrial research service, Dover, N. H. TP151.Z~ ~ 660.2 4G-1G40 Library of Congress i53or2t «a- .'I
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50273 0322 1., Phys(cs-'fable.q, etc. r. Lavine, Irvin, 150°- joint nuthor. ir. Indu.i.rial research servicc; Dover, N. II. w, 1Ytlo: Conri•rs[on . _ .~ QCfil.'/.~ Llbrary of Con~,ress 530.83 ["a'iol l P--F . -•--,-..-..-,-.-,.~-;«~.,,.~.. ..,~,., ..V .J... _. . . ; v c• -Zimmerman, Oswald Theodore, 1905- ~~1~ ~ Industria1 research service's conversion factors and tables, Q by O. '1'. Zimmerman ... and Irvin Lavine ... Dover, \. H., 123 Indnstrial research service, 1-f*4. /e,,-e- / z ~ . '3f~. 16 em. ~ s 4-1-70l3 +r
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50273 0324 ------_-----_-' _- r j - Zimmerman, Oswald Theodore, 1905- ,; Beferences : p. 10-11. 0C Industrial research service's psychrometric tables and i 91? charts, by O. T. Zimmerman ... and Irvin Lavine... Dover, ! Z N. H., Industrial research service,1945~ ~ q~y~au~ fA}- o?c, vil, 162 p. dlagre. 221 x 281 cm. ~.C ~-.1Ndt+~. 44 .1 ~ 1. Aumldity. i. Lavine, Irvin, 1902- Jolnt author. t[. Indus- trial re»earch service, Dover, N. 11. in. Title: I'eychrometrlc tabk* irr -=Ri . _ Library of Congrese l; QC917.74 ~--~, t51q11 651.57 . .. . ~.s. .,r, r.: J' - .. #s
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, . , . ,~- . ..L ,,. . ;., . _ ., .. 50273 0319 : TP 157 z - Zimmerman, Oswald Theodore, 1905- Chemical enhineerinl; laboratory equipment; desi~n, con- struction, operation, by O. T. Z1117meTmiln ... and Irvin La- vine ... Dover, N. 11., Industrial research service, 1943. zi, 530 p. Lncl. tllus., tables, diagrs. 23} cm. (On cover: Chemical engineering equipment series, 1) "An outgrowth of Unit operations laboratory equipment which was published in mimeoaraplied form in two editions, in 1038 and lU-fU."-I'ref. Includes bibliographical references. 1. Chemical engineering-Aphnrntu4 and supplics. 2. Chemical eo- Rineering laboratories. r. Lavine, Irvin, 1JU21- joint author. u. Industrial research service, Dover, N. If. G(qi..:f Library of Congress l.',3k=2j n ~ ~ ,~ i i 0 i7 0 0
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0 ~ Zimmerntan, astyaid Theodore, 1905- Scientific and tochnicll abbreviations si ns and s mbol , ; ~~ ~ S . by O. T. Zijilmerman and Irvin Lavine. 2d ed. Dove N. H., Industrial Research Sei^rice,1949. xiv, 541 p. 22 cm. L Science--Abbrevtatfons. 2. Tecbnology-Abbrevintiona. )r, La• vfne, Irvin, 1902- joint autbor. Q17925 1949 ~-', 501.48 ~~ Llbrary of Congress ,. _ -..~-...-,~. ; 49-49135" .-z I s4
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yf,taaiieasii.H6ltKalt4 E-~a+ - Quantum mechanics for organic chemists. lncludcsbibliographical rcfcrenccsAnd index. 1. Quantum chcmistry. 2. Chemistry, Physical organic. 1. Title. QD462.Z55 530.1'2'024541 74-17971 ISBN 0-12-781651-8 ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. l 7 ?S 111 Fitth Avenue, New York, New York 10003 ~ United Kingdom Edition published by ~ ACADEMIC PRESS, INC. (LONDON) LTD. i 24/28 Oval Road. London NWI ~ 1 L ef~i~l?V1,^~1 \ Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication Data I 5027.1 0316 4
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.,.~,_.,,~.-.~.:.....:~.~..,..=.w,......_.__...._. - - 50273 0256 ~..--- --- - (tIUL10GRAPHIC DATA `• '•`-'•"` '•"• StICF.T ~ EPA/530LsLJI-1 1 7c ~. ( n~c am tiubtitlr iPM 5-171V I RO~JMEfJTAL I MPAC1 S OF V I RG I N AND RECYCLED STEEL AND ALUf 4 t rlUM 7. 9. Author(s) . P,,4-,•:Ziegler, S.M. Yaksich, R.P. Leonard, M. VanLier ('rrforminP Organization Namc and Address Calspan Corporation P.O. Box 235 Eiuf fa lo, NY 14221 12. Sronsoring UrKanization Name and Address Office of Solid Waste Management Programs U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Nashington, D.C. 20460 s. )(eport D.-te Feb. 19711 • ! preparation 6. 8. f'erforminF (kj:.tnir.atiun No. NC-5284-M-1 10. Krpt. 1'rojectl7'ask/Wnrk Unit Na. 11. Contract/Grant No. 68-01-0794 13. Typc of Report & Period Covered 14. Final 115. Supplcmcntary Notes 16 A .SYI:ACT ! This study has analyzed the environ--ental impacts which result from the production of selecte~ products which use virgin Materials and various amounts of recycled ferrous metals and aluma.m Determinations were made of the mater_al, water, and energy requirements of all stages of viri and waste nat&iajs krqt~'i,sif-ton~ trrnsIportrat'i;dn and processing, as well as secondary effects such as energy use. Also detern.incd were the outputs at each stage including solid, airborne, ~nrL~ tt ~rhnr~~ _~aaerr._ rltnr a~ e Renc r3te~_~s~u.~in~ EPA Air Standards for FY 1975 and i';ater .y
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~ -50273 0320 ,r Zitninennan, Oswald Theodore, 1405- 4 Collegu placemeut directory, by O. 1'. Zimmerman and ~`~ Irvin Lavine. Dover, N. H., Industrial Research Service, u ~ 1953. r . ~ ,. . _ ~ vit, 431 p. 2:~ cm. 1,.Employment agencles-Direct. 2-Personnel service In educa- tion. ~. Lavine, Irvin, 1902- ljoint author. u.Tttle. ~ -LB2343.5.Z5- ( ". A *371.427 53-2712 Library of Congress i53n7) ~i c~1 { 1 ri ~i L.I U Z .,. a
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_50273 0318 TP `` Zimmerman, Oswald Theodore, 1905-- 155 Chemical engineering costs, by 0. T. Zimmerman and z Irvin Lavine. Dover, N. 11., Industrial I2esearch Service, 1950. x, 419 p. illus. 24 cui. (Chemical engineering equipment series, 2) With contributions by A. M. 9lichell and others. (Series) TP149.Z46 1. Chen:ical engineering-Costs. Library of Congress '--, 50-11412 660 i53r2l -..._..,.,-~ ~~.-.:--.~-...... ....,..~ r.~....., .r,.,,. 0 i c l' t i l 1 lJ i'S 00 0 ~~ . i. Lnvtne, Irvin, 1902-
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4 13 Am 197 50273 0327 METALS--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--METALS/CADMIUM/ 2INC/ TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELF.MENTS--NETABOLISM/METALS--TOXICITY/ j Ultratrace Metal Analysis in Biological. Sciences and. Environment Terence H. Risby, EDITOR PennSylva711u State Un1vcT.aty A symposium sponsored by the ADVANCES ! Division of Analytical Chemistry at the 174th Meeting of the American Chemical Society, 3~_ Chicago, Illinois, August s~~~- ~-2 9~30;,19~7.(j ~~- 30;,19~7.(j~~ 29~ 29~30;,19~7.(j fl EJ :, ii P~~ ~y N CHEMISTRY SERIES AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY 172 WASHINGTON, D. C. 1/ 979 ~ j~ ~~ 4E
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50273 0313 SHEET 4. 7itte snd s btitte - Optical Coatings for Flat Plate olar Collectors - Final - Report % 5 ); Author(s) 11. Y. B. Mar, J. H, et a 9. ~'eilormin UrEanization Name and Address /iioneyh,e~ 1 1 nc . Systems and Research Center 2600 Ridg-way Parkway Mi nneapol i s, h1i nn. 55413 12. S onsoring Orp.Qc,ization Name %r.d Address ~esearch Applied to tlztional Needs (RANN) National Science Four,dation Washington, D.C. 20550 I 11. Contract/Gr*nt No. C957 ER-~n-09104 -. 13. 'fype of Report & Period co.ered Final Report 9/16/74 - 9/16-75 ie. Abstracts Optical coatings that would enhance the economic feasibility of flat plate solar collectors were investigated. Processes rrpre developed for producing single and '~ double layer AR coatings on glass by dipping in a silica saturated fluosilicic acid solution. The three most promising -selective absorbing plated coatings and their ~ typical optical properties were: black nict:el (nickel-zinc sulfide), a= 0.95, ~ e= 0.07; black chrome (chroi-i-te oxide),a = 0.95, .c = 0.10; blzck iron (iron oxide), ~ n= 0. £35,ric-~ 0;10.C1 SAedbi v6; pajnt jco$~i rT ~js arere devel oped wi th nomi nal opti cal ~~)ro{~~^rties of «== 0.90 and c = 0.30. tSaterials cost for a typical selective paint I_____ __~_._ ....~ ? , r~~tnr~~a~l.ca;t 10 lotyer tt-lan the selective plated
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50273-0329 I DIET AND DISEASE/ NEIPLASMS/_CANCER--NUTRITION/ ! CANCER--CAUSATION BY DIET/CANCER--ETIOLOGY/ZINC/TUMORS--RESEARCH/ ' CANCER--BLADDER(RAT)/SELENIUM/CANCER--PREVENTION(SELENIUM)/ ~ The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute at Houston 34th Annual Symposium on Fundamental Cancer Research RC • 261 Ar 1982 utrition and Cancer Edited by Marilyn S. Arnott, Ph.D. Jan van Eys, M.D., Ph.D. Yeu-Ming Wang, Ph.I Department ojCarcinogenetics Department ojPediatrics Department ojPediatrics The University of Texas The University of Texas The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Hospital M. D. Anderson Hospital M. D. Anderson Hospital ond Tumor Institute at Houston and Tumor Institute at Houston and Tumor Institute at Houston Houston, Texas Houston, Texas Houston, Texas U=~ ~ Rawen11P1ssC- • Re%1?YQrk I Mo)ecular Interrelations 44
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50273 0332 TP 897 Bu 1974 2c. /WATER--ANALYSIS/ IdATER--POLLUTION/ SILVEY.% !`.F.SL•;1iC/ /CADMIUM/ MERCURY/ LEAD/ SELENIUM/ ZINC/ Atomic Spectrometic Analysis of Heavy-Metal Pollutants in Water DAVID C. 6URRELL, PhD Institute of Marine Science University of Aiaska Fairbanks, Alaska .7 ann arbor science PUBLISHERS INC. POST OFFICE BOX 1425 . AyN ARBOR. MICHIGAN 48106 44
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50273 0285 , 0 ~-,ZICP.Rt?T`i`ENF,IBRIY,I:'V T,AUFEV `~1 Cl1T_ I~f KREDS(;A.*IC- De~.~» ~~Rtt S I S°-LEGE°?9- S~G!}°'IOGsi Ii~tFI RA1]:rd.,. Z11R, .]xTG • Vi S± .t: EGr:N. Sli ti n .,~'I_..l:.,.i 'Gf.U iCi:z,^,i;2ISZGWrli'-IltG ZU I:INE 8 4'TI:'li:T U:eAlijiE/i:::1iIi~L f.L; .GR.O~':: li' ~Ii:?C?ItT UND DtE FQLGi:.v. (~.i.n.aT3:rC T3a1]illlucrUtcr3 Ai3 not C'F.'.1~P::d by :'irF ('FllcBr acc:re-tflit they fliVei?:i:~i tic!L2LL!3.L'd ns t Cxi.:,ea an , nti-tabacco ci czT`•pAiS11 Cr2.:CL'S U:al't3~t;a°i14a01 :~i l:i1G c4L?"c^t l~sl~;en/iIie Terr~•-Report ar-d x"s co^,e.qucrces.) In57 , i.96i) in t's.3i.lcli"i wiCh -cr,•I,-.ed 0r.=Lt)) Env1. Trar.cIation.
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DR. DAVID McCORTF•E/DR. D. W. NEVENOR/ 50273 0305 76 XI 1b-79 • . . , . . S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 XI Re-79 s.p, , English), (Delhi Tobacco F.es. Sta.; Can.).. . ' CANADIAN TOBACCO SCIENTIST SAYS.,. NEED MORE,RESEARCH MONEY. ~ Delhi Tobacco Res. Sta.," (Zilki, B.) News Release, Can..(1979) (in .• . . . _ .. . , : ~ ~. . •. . •. - . . ~ ` not given.(Jan. 26, 1979)*' *Abstr. in: Ti].1son Ont, News, ].979, p. 0 ,. , l C~o% e nments in Canada do not-spend ~ :° ! cnoup of the money they receive from the ' lobapL•o industry tr%'inQ to reduce the h~r ,;[u1 ettects nf srr;.~ir, , accor ~L-n^ l0 3 ~ rc rarchec-at the De!hi Tobacco Research~ ~tion.f b tl 0 f) 0 v fi 1 7! _~
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• , -. ~ -- 73 02 502 36 (/ YAKsI 1I:cs7.laas.as • ~ . KaIIIjCpoi'eIIIIble N'-HIiTPo3a1]IiFIb1 B nnll(eL3b1X npoAyKTaX n Ku rt r.mop uoa r ree / . , . , , ~ t o ~ VI Re9-79 j(orcmop xueluvecnrcr xayx fl. Jl. hOCTlOKOBCK{llT, '-n I x ar r; I' !l AYXIiIlOB 11 B 11 EJIAME)1 1/~ /4', G oa 7 S•~' • xaxDuciam xuMUvucux rcayrc I', 0. )KS'KOBA . S. '~ ~ P"~ : . . . ., . .. .... . . ..... 3:. cArctl.oGl:WC N•NITItosA.C1NIS IN FoOtt PROU- .uCrS. Kau4de./li11.1..Art6•y /.C•V.(1fd...eQlU1t,TJ..I...CF J6 Vvs AAip U•\•. UI \Ic.Jacitr.;:}(~):y0(.-110 N)S ~ i ! ~ 'R. J1. KOCIIOKOI3CKMG) - • CTapWNM May4/1\IN COTPyAMMK MNcTMTy.a nNTaMIIa AMIC CCCE.~ O6A>•Cn yay4NI!x NM- ,\Aepc~,y.D: i1JMNvjKNC1 y C^j •('~ 7NKO-xNMM4eCKM0 MC1O1Sb-1 •...w.... .vwnu. ~unnnruur. A cttkw is Prcccolcd tummariyiny nurcnt'd.lla on the hlciJcncv r!f various c.MCin.q.•rtic N•nitra..r!nincc INA) in food P!utlutls, 11c14n.bntt on IIIc nlc!hud .uC anahai., thc coutad o( NA In nlc.ll S.Inqdti ranyc.l 1'n•nl 0.5 ta ; 1!} NA ~crc tlcttvlcd i.r t.lriatls 1nh pruJuat: alt ula\ c.~ntcnl or NA u.It t.:IV.lctl /n (uh a.wr (2(t+J ug/kr) (S3 Itcf.) (In RUS) G. w. µ r rt,*0,;pov , r. N. APXI•1f1Oa- pyKOSOqN- ten. na6opaTOpNM KaM:tepo- fCMOe llMCTMryTa nMfaMMis AMI•C C:CCP. KpIK May4M.!a tyM1CR'CO.: jxNr.a,4fcKMOoaaM- L(epofeNul N Nt POn• Is K!M• uepore,lsae. 4rV r- . ~ - ,.:.. JA\ : 4 .... . .. : A. 6. MAJIAMEA - trap- r. 'm. NCYKODA -CTa7WNM WNN naGO(+AMT NMCTMTyra Nay•IMt.lii COlpyj+NNK IIHCTN- nMTa!/Km ALIH CCCP. Paa- . tyra nMTaMNn AMF! CCCP. pa6eT.41acr MeroQbl aNanMaa P.16o1.1 s o6nacTM xN1MK4e- 6MonorM4CCKN aMTN7MNx se• CKNst RaNµCpOreNOss N Mx u{CCre, • 4D:TMOCTM NaMltl•po- aManoros. reMOS, s nnulraua npOflyKTax.
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50273 0335 I -1. Zinc, System No. 32 .. ~ .. .. . .. v ... . . . t . ~ . . . . _ . - . , ~ , . _ . - . ' . . . . . . . ~ . Ref. QD 151 G l'o.f .... T . . .. . .. .. ~a• , 4 ... 1: 1 o ;) o a. 0 n f3 a r, :'. -') l . , - ._- .. , ~ . _ ....... - _•, _.._.. . ,. ..,..a~ y .,
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50273 0337 ~7z M. ISABEL IRNVIN Nutrition Institute Agricultural Hcscarch Service United States DetrarY» rent of Agriculture Bcltsoillc, Dlaryland 20705 0_ i~ () . (~ rl (1 l.l ci` 2 l) `/ (Pages 345-378) ~ ~~a-77 A CONSPECTUS OF RES.EARcH ONINC REQUIREMENTS OF MAN l7p, , JAMES A. I,IALSria. THE JOURNAL OF NUTRITION Albany Dlcdical Collcge , Ncw York I2~03 YOLUHtE 14f, rvr.taen 3, stwxcc[ 1974 All.panU~:36rT J. CECIL S\IITII, )R. Trace Elcrncnt Rcscarch Lnbnratory Vctcraris Adwinistration Uasnilal Waairington, D. C. 20-122 and aR
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/ , i / CIII:NISTRY, A1`ALYTII'/:'A'l'F.R--AST"1 STANPARDS/C.11F."1STRY, T'7OR!:,'1tITC--ANALYSIS/ T.F11T)! IJATFR--A1vALYSiti/.,Si'T ,,TOC/: Ft.R CnPiP01r'JflS/.aiFRCURY/MF:T.~LS--AVALj SIS/ZINf/('AD.1I t.n i/ 4o SULFATFS--ANUI.YSIF /TGACF T.1.FMF.NTS--ANAT.YSTS/FI.UORIDF./F.i.l'CT1'.ON HICROSCOPY/011. SPILLS/ e NITRO(:EN-- fJF.TFtL'+INATION/PFSTICTi)ES--T)i'TEP'IIttATTON/rFSTICTI)F.S--RF.STTWI:S/TnX It'nL(XY/ 1 0 ORtUNOPIIOSPiIORUS CO`11'OUNIIS/()HCAY•OC11T.(rRIP'E CO?TOI^.:nS/PO1.YCi1LORT!;ATED BIP1IF.NYLS/ ii ~ CIIROMAT(X:RAPIIIC ANA LYSIS/IIYDROCARBOPiS, POLYCY!:1.--C--DETi:PT'i1NATI(1N/ ~ i N 897 WATER QUALiTY PARAMETERS i Am A symposium cosponsored ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 573 1915 by the Canada Centre for l h i ZC rman a c Silvio Barabas, genera Inl d W . / an aters and the List price $29.50 Analytical Chemistry Division of the Chemical institute 04'73000 16 of Canada Burlington, Ontario, Canada, 19-21 November 1973 AfAERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 ! osi~ono0 8 2 oU r I 0
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v l ~' ..~ ~?. ~''~~-~.~, I C ROTAhY--PiIYSIOLOGY/PLANTS--DISLASLS Ah0 Pi.STS/ SB 731 Ile 3976 50273 0326 l w 1? jtors c Nc;\N, Scrio.s vUllli11C.° 4 C. M :~ -- L K iiw _ ('I rd it~;ll 13%1 i l'irs-')/n, Giittin;Tcn A'.~;.. :,~~I.. ~~-in-,~~rillaill~.~T i;~!~>>~lrcl ..v J~ -. 0 . ! :,.J:~ j 9 6 44
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P}:r. 50273 0336 /PERiLUOfiQ OltChrt4 CQ*iPC}UNi):;/ SOi)IWf/ Q;, /I;3':RYLLIUrf/ CALCIUM/ MAr,nrsIi.A/ BORUN/ f:;UlU':/ SILICO",/ 151 Gin /GEttHIAh:UM/ 7.I.hC/ LLAD/ rLU0::1:7I:--OkCAi,IC CO?ii'uilt~DS/ ].975 ~ w i,:jr. el .1r i m Gi c u ul i I E~~ ~~e^ Anor~~a~~-~suhen ~her~~i~~ Ergan>ungswerk zur acMcn Auflage New Supp!ement Series eleE- lj&auptgrui3peiielcr?ipi-i.Ee. Band 25 Teil 4 Verbindunlen mit Elementen dar 1. bis 4. Hauptgruppe (au(;er Kuhlenstoff) Springer-Verfag Berlin • Heidelberg • Hew York 1975 0 'i ii n (I nj .~ ci 2 44
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50273 0331 TRACE FT.F.`iFtiTS- .1`:AT.YSTS/1Tn`1Tr: Anv,nrtnTTnN ¢pF('T'?n-.PTRti'/1[.(r+TVrru/ CHEMISTRY, ANAI.YTTC--AT0MIC ARSORPTI(1N SPF.CTR0I!FTRY/ ANTL•dnNY/f1TSEN IC/RARTL"'/RFRYT.LT1Ft/r11RIl^t/nFnYT.T.II^T/^,TS`(11T11/7nR(1"/r:1TVTIT` C1TRo`tILt 't/(!anAT.T/Ci-)rPT:Tt/GOLn/IPnN/T.F.A!)/LTT!ITt^t/',tAvr,AVF.SF Mn1,YRnF."a?'i/"ICKEL/PALLAnTT^t/PLATT\U'•i/Sia.F.."'Tl!`1/STT.T('n`T/ST TELLURIU`.t/TTIALLIITMi/TITANTL'll/VA`:AT)IL^t/9.T`Ir/ 7.IRCn`:If!`f/ i METALS_-11NALYSIS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/Y/ n= HEYDEN INTERNATIONAL TOPICS IN Editor: L. C. Thomas TOXIC METALS AND LONDON • PHILADELPHIA • RHEINE ELEANOR BERMAN 1 y 0 ITH"FIR ANALYSIS ~ . a 4S .11 ~ 040 03 263 Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois .,
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50273 0311 et Volume 8 M ,Preparatio n of Chimicum QD 117 Ko 1976 A Critical Survcy of Provcn Methods andTheir Application in Chemistry. Natural Science, and Medicine Editor-in-Chief Friedhelm Korte v~ansition etal 15erivatives Edited by Kurt Niedcnzu I-"5-*4zfi1;1tnI6t'. 1 VOIYIf1E Editors . Aebi H. Batur E. Baumgartner K.H. Buchel J. Falbe Gompper R . Hasserodt H. Machleidt . K- Nlcclenzu Ohloff . H. Zimmcr F. Zymalkowski R. D. W. Kemmitt, G. H. Posner, Oaltim*M t.eioester;Cngland Alaryland/USA R. B. King, Athens, H. Ro;cnberg, tvcibht- Geor;ia/USA 'atlc, son Air Forx Bue, L Kolditz, Berlin;GDR Ohio USA K. R. Manolov, E. F. Rothscty, l.exingcon, plovdiv/Buldaria KentuckyiUSA K. S. Mazdtyasni, Wright- K. ==hiogl, Vienna .amtria Pattcrson Air Force 13ase, R. 4hmid. Genf S+rtxrland l fa OhiolUSA D. G. i..y, l.a)tttq tndiana;USA J. A. McCieveny, ShdTxld/England G. A. Tsii;dinos, /.svt Arbor, B. J. hlcCcrmick, Storgan- I fichican, USA R. A. Lafayette, town. Wcst Vu6fnfa,USA IMtiana,UJA . M. Goto e o 100M11 naccli I It 0.'+..~.. ~-' Academic Press • New York • London - 5an t-ranclsco 1976 Georg Thieme Publishers Stuttgart ~ tl Q(i no 0 8
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59273 0342 NICKEL/2INC/ TASTE/_ Life Sciences Vol. 9, Part 11, pp. 701-709, 1970, "P3 ilitwin GSritain--" HYPOGF.USIA CORRECTED BY Ni++ AND 2n++ i 1 I R. i. }tenkin and D. F. Bradlcy• National Neart and Lung Institutc, *Polytechnic Institute of Brooklyn, Pergamon Press Bethesda, Maryland Brooklyn, New York (Received 30 January 1970; in final form 23 April 1970) Taste acuity can be altered by administration of thiol-con- ~ taining drugs and Cu++•or 2n++ to man and animals(1-4). From a model(3.4) explaining these effects in terms of reactions among ' metals and thiols we predicted that any divalent transition metal wauld affect thiol-induced hypogeusia in a similar manner. Ni++ was chosen to test this,hypothesis because of its low toxicity ~ in -ma4-;~ it- faiven orakly (5). ind fts~jhiah affinit.y._fOr,.thiol.sj¢lf a f I
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f'. U u u u kf" Q hLbI `s_'i ntts sl `'.i -,:'•itf yu.frr :c•uM,,+Y no , i\ `e;y:unjn) Pr.m, 1 ~' •- •i; wn i• un.:,,r :n;•rcia.:11 ~; 1w PIJH Cu [a..r.rJv liictdtual~ ~ 1.'•ti'i[ iy r•:1ii) 3 >!Illin}I !.dnS a~N!'-a.L . uo »um.i.a.tl:u-} t!:,iuuy 1I13 S~san1 ssrll~ ;c' ~;cs.~,~at~ll lu s:;t :;at~ " ii;i':i~i NI S:13.\IVJ.SafiS a'-Vil•.i. ., ;?.• !I:J() ' ~C~.J.~. ... . ~J ,r\ ,.,,t•i J Ii! ~.)., i a•7Z' /lI: •; c!300/ I1Lt,C ,>t! Stl7 Ob£0 £LZOS
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50273 0341 _ RA METALS--TOXICOLOGY/CAhCER--CAUSATION BY MF,TALS/CANCER--ESOP}1ACUS/ 445 SELENIUM/MF:AT/FRUITS/VF,GETABLFS/AIR---POLLUTInN--HI:ALTII EFFECT/ lie COPPER/LINC/CT,RIU~f (CITRATE) /PLATINU:-i/COr1L/SOYREA'~;/? 1977 ENERGY GENERATION, HEALTH EFFECTS FROM/C,AD:dIU"t/PfUTAGF.NS/ MALONALDEIIYDE ("tUTAGEN IC ) / Proceedings of University of Missouri's ~'~'~'~ SUBSTANCES IN 11th Annual Con£crencc on E1~''~T~~~.aI~~I~~,lTAI. ~~E ~'~L7h~3 - ~ ~ Trace Substances in I'snvironmeT2 ta1 Hcalth Edited by Delbert D. Heniphill Sponsored by University of Missouri Enviroiimental Trace Substances I:escarch Cente~ Held at Memorial Union University of 1Vlissouri-Colunibia Columhia, R'f issouri Junet,7, $ ani~ J,;1077 1 ., .. ~. 2. ( and Lxtcnsion Division and R11,NN Pro ;raIll National Science ho»ncl,ition
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50273 0346 HF.ART--DISEASES/SALIVA/SELEI3IU"i & HEART DISEASE/COAL/ CANCER--CIYUSATION// CADMIU'i/ZINCf ./. Held at ` Memorial Union iRA TRACE SUBSTANCES IN University of RIi: souri-Cohimbi,- 445 ENVIitONMEN'j'AL IIE A T.~,TH - XII Columbia, Missouri He 1978 June 6, 7 and 8, ] 978 Trace Substances in Environniental Health Sponsored by University of Missouri Environmental Trace Substances Research Center and Extension Division • and Directorate for Applied Science and R e.s,rarch Applications National Science ronciciation 4 , - ~` ~yG CEditecl'b~Vd}he~-t D. IiEmhhill Proceedings ofti niversity of 1'iIissouri's 12th Annual Conference on iL_ a .y
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50273 0356 ' -- a THE MANY WORLDS OF ~~ S. F. Radtke ''. PAPER NO. ~ Ai y A72- 3 PA- P ~- ~ ~6% ~ 0 . S ELEC1 i~...1 i•`J 345 E4ST 47th ST,REE-T NEW YORK. N.Y.A 10017 • ---- ---._ _._._..._- s r • r. r,- 0 T
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50273 0338 L'-~ . &.aoc, ~ G?L"/L'i ,. 77 / ' 7 S~ IIUDIAN~Y.INC vI;FICUE'NCY / Dr JAMES A. IIAT.STIa), 1lID. wAytuhvroY , Ten yc:crs ngo thc clinical featnres of 1s} rnlromc shuliccl in Iran u•as presented to this As<ociat.ion.' The snlicnt Natures were growth rcllrda- tion, absent, sexual development, iron deficiency Al1e1111a, rl1Kl (I,e01l111gj1. There features are similar to what is seen in experimental zinc deficiency in several sPccics of animals. A collcafinc, ])r. Ananda Prasad, sug- gested that zinc deficiency ]lut;llt exJllain the failurc to grow and to de- vclop sexually. Sliortly-thcrc•aflcr, .it the U.S. Naval 'AIc•dical Rescarch Unit in Cairo, Prasad demonstrated abnormalities of zinc metabolism which were coir••islc•nt .rith th:ct hyhothesis =•' Furthermore, a treatment prograni in I:gyhtt of 22 nutritional dwarfs providcd data m-hich were analyzed by S:uidstca:l of VanderLilt, and showed a markedly'bencficial ..fr..,.. .,r -.-._ - ---•L--' - --~ -._-._. t . ~ ----- ~ i 0 •9
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r, METALLIC COATINGS/ELCCTROPLATING/GOT.D PLATING/COPPI:R/BMSS/SILVI;R/CAD,%tIUM/ ZIhC/LEAD/TIN/LACQUERING & BRO;i7.ING/PLASTICS, PLATING.OF/ rINISHI:S & COATINGS/ TS 670 Ca 1978 PDDL 0 &i~ ra n',L., n, -- Lr ,h - LM... ~; y3 11-1 .11. .~(~ T Il~ :~ i rra I1 ~~ 0 ~ ~~ `s ~L~ 1.11 ~' U t ~ . ~d~i~~rL~121~c?.I~i. V Including sections on POLISHING : ELECTROPLATING ANODIZING : LACQUERING : BRONZING : HEALTH & SAFETY : EFFLUENT TREATMENT 4"W '/r°•a~i \~ tl V (. J \r ~..J Published by Vll. Canning Limited, Gt. Hampton St., Birmingham B18 6AS Disiributtid to the bppk trade ¢y Q ?1 . lC PN. !Ppon iAd., la NcW Fctt'er L&dc, L'+~ndon. E.C.4. l -0 44
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. . , a i. 50273 0358 _ .-~. _Clinica Chimica Acta,_70 (197G) 391-398 ® Elsevier cientiGc Publishing Company, Amsterdam -Printed in The Netherlands 77 III So CCA 7835 ._v DETER11iINATION OFIGINC IN FINGERNAILS BY NON-FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTRbSCOPY ARTHUR SOHLER, PATRICK WOLCOTT and CARL C. PFEIFFER Broin Bio Center, 1225 Stcte Road„Princeton, N.J. 08540 (U.S.A.) (Received February 11, 1976) The determination of Zn in fingernails directly using the graphite furnace presented certain difficulties due to the anomalous behavior of the analyte in the furnace. The appearance of two peaks which were due to Zn and not to any background intarference was noted. The Zn value obtained by adding the area of these two peaks compared fairly well with Zn levels determined by wet ashing and ;ubsc,que,pt deterp)in4tion either in the furnace or flame. Wet ashed sam- ples Vave' only'a sirlgld+pea4a 1~ iva~hossible to produce a model of the phenom- enon with various Zn salts in a non aqueous matrix. Under these conditions . - - • - - -- 1 -- .4 .1.._- fte......4_.,n, 4_irnm 7-n~'1-_llr rllt`tlllic Zll I
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50273 0349 . • 'Ir(L AYCIIMAN JOVn\AL or CLI!11CAL NL'TRITIOH • Vol.'JJ, No.2, dlArch• 1070, pp. M-290 -pKntet ft-fl-.8;7t. 7G.zL'iPe - 77 0``~l~` r air as a I5iopsy Materia H a i l J. Assessment -oflinc Nutriture'r 2 I,Est.lt: M. KI.F.VAY g M.D., S.D. IN IIYG. T11AT THE ZINC CONTENT of hair is related 1)CtWCCn the YinC ContCllt of ltair and t11C ; to tltc zinc contcnt of the dict has bccn l/hysiolo;ic.sll t,lctorc of sul,jcct aoc, scx, shuwu for avaricty of animal sllccics (1-5). and jnrgrrtncy-L•tctation n•crc cxamincd. ~. ~ A Ic:~scr anlotntt OL slnttlar CVI(ICIICC Is availablc fur man (6). 1Vhclltcr cltangcs iit the physiulo~ic ncccl for zinc can influ- cncc the zinc content of hair when dietary _., 7inr is nnttlmntnrrl ic not lnrnvri_ U 0' ti t', ti r$ 6 I IttnTr:Rtnts AND T11:171n1tS 11 '1'hix stucly was appcndcd to the 1967 KNutri. ~ tion Sun•ry of the ltcl,ublic (if 1'an,ima spon• { i •
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Zinc, v: 22 Encycloped+.a of cnem3ce1 technology, edited by FtMy-mond .x.' . Kirk Fnd D-:vr_:uld F. O th T:.r . AsaiEtant editor.: Jenez D. Scott r:nd I!nthony Stertdco. 2nd eci. Nviv YoiK, . .. l,rSL'et•P.cl.ellct :cl.ellct: •S.l'+cYci(rpG(uli+, 2.a1C. .~ a iu, -+" Ve ill'ss. 27 eat. • Includea bibliogrephic-a. Contcnt3. v. 1- !A to Alusniuutr. . . . . . jp, , .. . r.
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50273 0364 . TA 401 Zinc--Analysis--ASTM Standarda, pt. 32 A American Society for Testing Materials BOOK OF A.S.T.M. STANDARDS INCLUDING TENTATIVES. v, in illus., plates, diagrs. 24 cm. C) -~?`.~i-•~..--r-••--•-q---.Z-----,-"~i,..-.-K- _---~--~-.--•- -
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50273 0352 72 VI Re-76 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p. S.P. Marinov, H.; Apostolov, D.; Mikhailov, M. I. *(no affil.)* DETERMINATION OF TRACE ELEMENTS IN TOBACCO BY NEUTRON ACTIVATION ANALYSI: II. DETERTiINATION OF R1'.OMINE, LANTIiANUM~ RUBIDIUM, CHROMIUM, STI'.ONTIUM, CESIUM, SCANDIUM, ZINC, COBALT AND IRON. '0 v- , . . Khim. Ind. (Sofia) 47 (No. 4) 149-153 (1975)(in Bulgarian with *Keywords:* bromine, cured, constituent; arsenic, cured, constituent; lanthanum, cured, constituent; barium, cured, constituent; rubidium, cured, constituent;. . mercury, cured, constituent; chromium, cured, constituent; strontium, cured, constituent; cesium, cured, constituent; ~ scandium, cured, constituent; li (") 2 9. 4 English abstract)
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50-273 0354 TA O'K4RA, Kevin S., 1447- n~ ~ronsrax A\v ryrt:r,~:u. ~ICr~~v r3n~wroR 459 Oh 1974 OF 2-Irct*SADVutvvM ~rcx.-ivID .w Archer Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, Ph.D., 1974 Engineering, metallurgy University Microfilms. AYErZQX Company. Ann Ari>or, Michigan 0 ,,no n0 J V) 2 2. 6
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50273 0334 1 . [1I6LIUGRAI'HiC DATA I l. KcC rr~~ r.. ~7/103 1~ ~ L ..•ca.prca. +.....~..,.. ... SHEET " ~ .~ l. u c an. ~~t,utk S. Kcpon l)atc _77Evaluation of the Ilealth Aspects of~ i.nc Salts as November 1973 Food Ingredients. - = 6. 7. Awhor(s) B. 1'erlorminjc IMR.rnizarr..n tt.rt. \u. SCOGS-21 9. PerfurmtnF Grranizarnon \.%mc anJ AJdr.•ac 10. 14.rye.t! I.t.l, Yuri l1nrt N... Life Sciences Research Office Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology ,i. c„ntr.~r;c•rant N.t. 9650 Rockville Pike Bethesda, Maryland 20014 . FDA 72-SS 12. Spunsuina Oe6anizauxr Name .no Address 13. lypc ol Rcport & I'etiud Co.ereJ Food and Drug Administration Final-1920 to date 200 "C" Street, S.W. Washington, D.C. 20204 IS. Supple:r_etuy Aotes ~ J 16. nbstracrs This report, by a group of qualified scientists designated the Select Comittee on GRAS Substances (SCOGS), provides an independent evaluation of the safety of zinc salts, when used in food at present or projected levels of use. U+c1 i7 n it li ij d f ~~3 i 4 44
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t i i O rn ~ O SIR RONALD NY}IOL.M, !-.R.s., Lo.rdon I Ki'r QP ZI-r•..170•;ilrs !itt l. •..:l t^.1) I'fnr:t'rA.l'r'i ~ C~t1• .Yis01 :'11".•t / 1 r<'Ci]: _ 1Pi <,T.T! :'•1 tia :? /f' " r' 1'.~7 CaMPRIEHENsIVE4 INQRGAND• CHr•.•AIsIF-Pty Cu, Ao, Au Volume 3. Group 13, Grour. 111i, Grcup 111,1, Group LV.A, Group VA, Group VIA, Zrr Cd+ 2-1b Group VI1A, ':Ili Sc, Y, L2 EDITURIAL i+v:,RD Ti, ;r' }if V, N b, Ta J. C. HA 1LAR nt., Urbano I~.br~lKeht C'r, N'io, W H. J. EMELL•l:S, F.jt.s., Car.:bridgt PERGAMON PRESS Mn,7'c, Rc Fe, C_o, ?`i e Di i [" xt A. F. TROT~lA':-DICKENSON, Ca-dr~ , , r, t cO•Jr•r_NulUa PiEzLlslit~sOs 1 1' (F-rccurir-e Lciror) 0 n(l 0 n c~ ~) 3 2 0 2 .....----- - • i
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WATER- ANALYSI5~ TRACE ELEMF.i!T</I•IETALS--ANALYSIS/ 50273 0348 01 J NO SC 7~f ~~3 t~ rSf 79 III el ~ TOMATE ANODIC/STRIPPING VOLTAt•I*tETRY FOR THE ANALYSIS OF C0~3PER, INC, ~~CEAD ANDI,JCAD:~IIU:~t FOR t~:NVIRO;`1:~1ENTAL MONITORING . By P. Kenis; A. Zirino; C. Claveil June 1978 Research and Development Report: Octobcr 1975--April 1977 Prepared t for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Performing organization: NAVAL OCAEAN SYSTEMS CENTER, SAN-DIEGO, CALIF. '9. K! Y 4:..".US (Crnrb.a.s nn .rro.sw .1G. I( n.c.srary .r.i fdanlliy Ly Lloc: nv b.Q t.lzri:l: pai!jtion ll:!a.y rnetats Anodi: strippin„ vo,tum:nctry /:uto,n2tcd instrun:cntalion Atorn!c :1}sorrtion San Dicgo L'ay 71" LCSTG.ACT lConl/nv. on r..r.r.. sIS. 1l n.c...:rr an! IJ.ntlfl by Lfock nc.nDSr) . ~Au:o::,ated .nu:ic stci{ pi. ^ vc.!t, !. rr.a:y (At:S V) i>, _ taol fv: tttc.tur.n~,^ ~, in Il-c GeT;, t1,,e eon,crt•;tior.s-of e(r[•;'."r. i i/!C, ICAf :.nd e::!r:'.!1';Il in ta,:L'ie 1".cawrentcnts tan L•e maCe Wlt;:!:1 10 to 15 iit!uUli1. la'St!!1S o5t:.::u.i by AASV ..cre eo:i;parcd tu tl,cs= ebtair.,;c, by z:n,n,!ic a!rsu:P::o,t sPectrai>itot~n:aty a:tJ \:cre f_wr:J to l': t't, sslnw %/it!tin ca,^il!oc:ttal rrror. 0 t~ f3 0 n IN u E ) 2 :? U
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50273_ 0351 COz'I'I:1:1 SII,VI-:R/COLD/?.I?IC/CAD`dI1P•1/MERCI'RY/ SCATiDIL>T!/YTTl:IU'+JLA*:T1IA'J71?I:S/NCT7PiTDFS/ TITANIUM/Z IRCO'VIiRt/IIAFN IL'Ai/VAI~'ADIU't/T:IOnTI?Il/TANS'ALUri/ CIIRQ'TI1IPi/*tOI,Y I:DrNIT'q/TitN(;S'PEN/ YLAhGANI'SF/TT:C'•.''F.TII':•t/RiIr*+IU"!/TR(1N~ /RUTlI1:NIU~r/oS~!Itri•t/CC)P.AI.T/RIIODIUhi/IRIDIU:`f/.\IICI:EI./ PALLADIMt/PLATIh'U*t/ P.'F.TAT.S/SY:'dTIII:SrS/rERRnCEiTE/ METHODICIITi CIMMIC.UM , A Critica! Survey of Proven Methods Editor-in-Chief and Tlieir Application in Chemistry, , 1~Iatural Scicr~cc, and h-lcdicicie F~'1eC~~1eln1 Korte . : Volur:ie 8 Pr(`'-,,~a~'~~~~ ~`'-,,~a~'~~~~~ of Edited by 6 ~: o~. o /TrGL .t..E`'o1l.l ot g 1~~- '~ 1-~ Met, Gi ~-~•1 Kurt ~Iieaehz u~ ~ ~- Dans Zimmer Derivatives Academic Press • New York • London • San Francisco 1976 a t11S:~YCI.~ ~.. .of ice Georg Thieme Publishers Stuttgart lI
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50273 0343 Jour. Amer. Med. Assoc..217•, 434-40(1971.) ~ZINC/TRACE.A*ETALS/ I Idiopathic Hypogeusia With %CDPPER,/NICKELJ Dysge'usia, Hyposmia, and Dysosmia A New Syndrome .. . r I `i ri1 Robert I. Henkin, A'1D, PhD; Paul J. Schechter, MD, PI:D; Robert Hoye, MD; and Carl F. T.111attern, LiD Thirtyfive patients with decreased easte acuity (hypogeusia) and decreased olfactory acuity (yfyposmia) with or without perverted taste (dysgeusia) and perverted+smell (dysosmia) had elevated median detection and recognition thresholds for the taste of salt, sweet. sour, and bitter, and abnormal forced scaling of taste qualities. Electrort micrographs of taste receptors showed pathological changes in the taste buds of these patients. No apparent cause could be found for this disturbing and unpleasant symptom complex. These abnormalities appear to comprise a new syndrome which we have termed idiopathic hypogeusia with dysgeusia. hyposmia, and dysosmia. T and smell are sensory of several disease states.'~' Tn addi- /, modalities whose imrliptions i tion, w•e have recently found a 13r~e i~ (1 ii i,t U v/: - I • :;' a persistent foul odor in the naso- pharynx, which also could not be relieved; and vertigo, hearing 1oss, loss of libido, and unexplained hy- pertension. The patients presented themselves to us because we were, to their' knowledge, the only group inter ested and concerned with the clirs- ical study of taste abnormalitie< in man. In general, these patients in- itially cont.act.ed their local phi•si- cian after the appcarance of there symptoms. They were wu-Illy lo!d --- f~.~ I•: :
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50273 0345 .a ~ ti'alurminum,~antimony, •arsenic, barium,, beryllium, •bisrr.lith,.cadmium, -chroTium,.cobalt, r•copper, ,germani um, .i ndi um, •1 ead , ,mercury,- mol ybdenum, a i 1 ver, .-tel l uri um, ,.thal 1 i uin, ,-t.in, .titanium,.tungsten,.uranium, and,.zinc. r/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH EFFECTS RESEARCH SERIES/ ~, METALS--TOXICOLOGY/ i EPA-600/1-77-022 t I 3.TITLE ANDSUi1T1TLE TOXICOLOGY OF METALS - Volume II 7. AUTHOR(S1 Lars Friberg, Chairman 9.PERFORMING OFIGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Subcommittee on the'Toxico}~'ogy of Metals Permanent Corrmission andvI'nternational Association of Occupational Health ; S. REPORT DATE flay 1977 G. PERFORMING ORGANIZ.1TIdN CCfGE , 3. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION RVEPORT N 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT N<). 11. CCGNTfiACI-/(iF1AN N . 68-02-12$7 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF FlFPORT ANO PERIOD COVERE Of?ice of Research and Development U.S. Environmental Protection Agency . Rese?rch Triaw,;jr-,.par•k. N-C- 27711 Fnn_r'_nn,i» 18. SUPPLtMENTARY NOTES ~, PrepareV i'cddpe~ti~n witfij the Shedish Environmental Protection •8oard, and the Karol i Insti tyle Health Effects Research Laboratory HERL,RTP. , ~- 14 SPdN50011P13 AGCNCY COO:!
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50273 0347 LEAD/LINC/MERCURY/CADMIUM-METABOLISM/CADMIUM--AI3ALYSIS/ ' .231'• Uri , :978, a ! : 4. TITLE AND SUBTOT LE 5. EPO G E The Distribution of Cadmium and Other Metals in Ma_Y 1978 Human Tissues PEf2FnRMIN G ORGANIZATION CODE 7. AUTHORIS) D. Johnson, J:.J. Prevost, J. Tillery and R. Thomas 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO 9. PERFGnAt.NG Oa ;.;h12ATiON NA'dE AN D ADDRESS Cadmium 10. PROGRAM ELEMEhT NO. Southwest Res•2arcY: ;nstitu te ~ lead ~ 1AJ1601 - - - P.O. Drawer 1rs510 zinc I rtt . CO NTRACT/GAANT NO San Antonio, :X 78284 ~ mercury ' tissues (biology)6H-02-1725 12. SFJNSORIN6 A:?F NCY NAME AND ADDRESS epiC3emiol07Y TYPE OF REPORT ANO oER10D COVEREC - Health i:_°:Fcts Research Laboratory RTP,NC - I Offic:: c' : ;earch and Development 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. i:nvir::.-..=nta1 Protection Agency EPA 600/11 " k R _ l P h ar . {. es?arc Tr sn:, e !I'1 T:Ais st:tdy investigates the relationship between cadmiu.-.*.,., lead, zinc and mercury t s i t l d i fi dif f t i A 30 b oYsy ca es ens rnc zge pprox : ~a : y au ur n ve ssues erent . autopsy. in each of five age groups were studied. Autopsy cases were :rom sudden or acci3en- ~ tal oeat:: victims living in the same metropolitarn area (Dallas, Texas). Histories -~ ~ 'n-ex~ose3'opula*_ior. - with " EPA-600f 1-78-035 12ZflZZ52D-O
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0 Zinc--Determination. K.hn, FrS.edrich L. TITRU~;if:IC DE?EMMYP:."1UO:I OF !iA.~r~iSZIInS, ZItiC, tcLU;?.2y'Ut4 AM COPPi:R, by Frtedrich L. Hcitin and Ertch Mrticb. Txanclction frotat Zo ant,I,. Cir:n. 71s 225» 7~5 (1927)
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50-373 0362 . "' 8018 L071F3 P 8481VIX ~ -- I%RIG AL /q8/ 81 V Wr '. !(r AM J CLIN NUTRIY($3fp, l Experimental ~inc depletion and aftered ,ste er~•.• n perception for NaCI in young adult malesn-l '.6 . ~~ Ann Larsen Wrighr' 1GJS, Janel C. Krng,' Ph.D., Marion Taylor Baer,' IN:S., Pk:D., and L. Ja t, Cdron,s Ph.C. ABSTRACT Taste perception for saltiness and bitterness was tested in five young men while fed a basal (15 mg Zn/day) and zinc depletion (0.25 mg Zn/day) diet and in three young men during zinc repletion. The perceived intensity of five NaCI solutions ranging from 0 to 600 mM and five urea solutions also ranging from 0 to 600 mM were rated on a 17-point scale. The intensity ratings for the 75 and 150 mM NaCI solutions were significantly lower (p < 0.05) during depletion than during the basal period: intensity ratings for 300 and 600 mM NaCI solutions did not change significantly. Bitterness perception was not altered with zinc depletion. The changes in perceived intensity that occurred were not related to parotid salivary zinc concentration, percentage change in plasma zinc wit depletion..or the length of time required for depletion. The results suggest that tipc dFpletiQq ma~'alteatihe tAe pt/ception of some moderately salty solutions. Am J. Clin. Nurr. 34: 848-852, 1981.
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Methods of biochemical nnnlysis. v. 1- New 1 ork, Interscience Publishers 1195I-- 1 v. tllus., diagrs. 24 cm. Editor: v. 1- D. Gltck. I Pl.n.nlo#.o 4.,wlvrl.. 9 TIInbnalnol 'hmnlaf.v • llllr•k 11ovIA 'r'.a,. .~r. _ 0 )27L11i4u : b48,8 54-7232 1.Ibr+u y of C'oall;r/ ss IGCi1C) ~y v I ~i
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50273 0359 . 0 76 II Re-77 n Analysis of zinc evels air for the diagnosis of j4inc deficiency in man . t~ h l ' WILLIA;•I I[. fiTItAIN, LUVILLI•: T. $TEAI)11fAN, CHARLES A. LANI:AU, JR., \%'ILLIA\I I'. RERL1NEli, and WALTER J. I'ORIRS Roclrestcr, N. Y., and li'riglrt-Pattcrson Air Force Base, Ohio Previous invcstigations of animals rtnd man hare shown thnt the tissue contcnt of various trace mctats may corrclatc uitA the clcnuntnl content in the hair. To dctcrminc whr.tlur )eair zinc lcucls rcJlect zinc drfoicncy and su/jicicncy in man, studics hnuc bccn made of sinc-dcflcicnt rnalc ls'yyplian drearjs, brfor,c and after oral therapy with zinc sul/atc, and of nnrmal males residiny in Cairo, h'!1ypt. The a9crayc zinc content in the hair of the normal ]sqyptiaus was 10.1.3 i/.l parts pcr million (p.p.m.), and in the trntrcalcrl rlrrarfs, 541 ± 5.5 p.p.rn. Oral zinc sulfate therapy produced nn avcragc hair zinc lrrcl in the dtcarJs of 1°1.1 ±!.8 p.p.m. and clinical allrrintion oJ t)+c zinc dcfticnny syndrornc. IIair . o L:~ ~:z r: n ,
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50273 0369 MANGANESE--TOXICOLOGY/COAL/SMOKING & HEALTH/BIRTHWEIGHT/ ~ CANCER--GASTRIC/COAL/ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH/ZINC--METABOLISM/ ~ RADIATION, IONIZING(in drinking water)/DRINKING WATER QUALITY/ ~ MAGNESIUM/CADMIUM/COPPER/GALLIUM/MAGNESIUM/• f CHEMISTRY; ANALYTIC/MERCURY/ARSENICAL HERBICIDE/PERSONAL MONITORS/ A ~ NITROGEN OXIDES/ METALS--ANALYSIS/TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ ~ TRACE SUBSTANCES IN 445 ENVIRONMENTAL HEALTH-XV ' 1981 Proceedings of Univer;ity of Missouri's Trace r Environmental Trace Substances Research and Extension Division f 15th Annual Conference on Substances in Environmental Health Sponsored by University of Missouri Edited by Delbert D. Hemphill Held at Memorial Union University of Missouri-Columbia Coiumbia, Missouri June 1,2,3, and 4, 1981 (~ ~~ ~: 7 7 il tl l3 2 Center ~'k
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50273 0373 ~..r._~_,..__..___ -.. _r. VII Gu9 Zinc--Tobacco leaves, , t. 4. Ciu;atSt t3. S. . . sUD,.c:~ z~ T: ~~.z,. L0'T7• .3. sci. Fcea. Ca;s:0:a Mzz~a I:n1'' (i/r. ! ) (! S1~ pf~2) 1.15 . G c~ 6 0 0 () Ua "r'. 4
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50273 0374 VII Gu9 Zinc--Tobacco roots, pt. 2. Gup ta, U. S. S9PUDYS;S Ai 2'EIE Pr'IYSIOIACY OF TO£ACCO. L. olV. J. Sci. Fes. Bam=as Hindu UrLivo 12 (No. 1) 1-15 (1961-62) ~ U~,'f n n il J CS 2 4 D" .
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50273 0372 .q Z i nc--Toba cco--T~e tern; i na t ion. SiX&stt2ln'1, As THE CtL::•i2:G%i. CO:"-CL'NTi^,:~TIG'_t RV!7 Sr4CTi;OGRArf{IC 17?,'TERmTNATI4N OF CERTAItv MIi:OZ TP..A,C,: t2-TALS IN PU'.I•FT b;A'iF.R ZA.L, by a. S tra s t:c im and D. J. Eve. VI St4 Photostat fxoms J. South Mi"xican Ch;^m. Inst. 14, 1•15 (1°51) 2 4; 4,
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50273-0368 . C~~, z2•fi',"• ~ rJ _ ., .1 r_•:.11 1.YS 1 11" . !:.ll; Y!:`ST'i1LE'; 72 VI. Wa ';r:dknrr.9.; R. A.; llal< -r, Y. C. (lns::t.:tc Sci., In•, r,, '~uclca: Cl:r,:;.. I-,b., I:or.-:bay, India) S i:v'i:;:`i :1) 7.i':C IlY a:7 ACTL~'t ~I.~ ,i'I0:1 . : ~. . ,.• - • o: n.' . Lc•tt. n(:;u. ~~) 2"i"!-'+0 (]973.) (i.n I'.nF,l.ish) tobr,C( chT'J:'l.: 0 )n l 1 l i l% oCi 2 't; 0
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4 50273 0366' r4D 139 0 Zinc--Determination. Jolly, S. C. (ed,) 02FYCIAL, AtYD I:ECC£uiErD£D Mmo5 0:* Ah:F.LySES. (Society for Analyticc.l C6cmictzy, Anatytical Hethodu Cannitccc) 1963 577 p. W. Uef£er & Soas, Ltd. Caxbridsc, HuaE. rr---•--~- - -,-r--- .. . . . . . _. in U r. " . ~ ~~
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50273 0375 1 . E1 NITROGEN COMPOU:VDS, INORGANIC/NITROGEN CO`iPOUtiDS-- NITROGEN--HETEROCYCLIC C(1"iP0UNi1S--SULFUR/SULFUR-:VITROGEN CO'iPOUNTJS/ ZINC, BIOINORGANIC CHF.;tISTRY Or/TP.ANSITION-~!ETAL COrTOUNDS/ `tETALS TRANSITION, 1,2-DITHIOLENI0-COIfPLEXES OF/ QD Advances in 151 19» 1 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND RADJOCHEMJy STR VOLUME 22 ~ EDI TORS 1979 H. J. EM ELi=US i A. G. SHARPE ~ 4CADEMIC PRESS (A,) New York San Francisco London ! 0 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers ' H 7 U i) 0 () il ii 8 2
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50273 0353 -I' Y-3.- l` ,!$ 1r TP 986 Mo 1.975 ARC}iLP. YY.£ T.OL£ 0:.7iNC :.'If.tSRIU;. IN 1i:F. STA91r.iii CF COif,YV:l.rYL C+lGCF.IL`e Hy .~15:;a:DR1 J. t•;,7ix 1;f51i'.ACf u`,' 'S1ii;SIS SU'•k:fts?m t1p T:L 2ti:-QL'IS'.G';f.hTO M2 Ti[t: DISficE UF M".STUR OC SOI::.':0l; ,.7 1 : , 1NUL TECI(; ~.r;'C.^,L P:STIfIt';E 4lcatiC'zed volyvln;1 chlcrld0 corwcniy ptalr{Itr.ed L t1;~ er[ditlou o: a cv~:~E t f } ~ EX r(.~~1'u17i n.,; a fiac aoOp. this stabi.)t: cr s}ttr_,n iiric111, faile, I4: fn g::nci<-111y br.1ievcd th; ; t;ie forcnatiorr cF zinc chlorici: tCattlayzE3 thC' O':CL'c^3l tjL-?r:,ri :?rnn _ Ti.{~ 1...~ +..c ..._.. ~_ _.~- .• (1 (l n rl ii Fi 1> :) (7 ~
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50273 0377 i Q I 123 A 2inc alloys--Properties. American Society for r:etsls. Metals handbook. Clevaland. [19271- v. illus. 18-28 cm. irregular. Issue for 1927 is loose-1eaf, conteinin8 sheeCs d&ted 1923-27. Title vnriea. a 0 6 1', () ": L,
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i - 50273 0361 T(1XICITY--TIJICI: F.LE'ENTS / IROt; /COPPT:P./'tOLY';TiI:Part/COrALT/?'IC1' ?L/ *tANrANESE/ZINC/CA?:`tTi'M/C}TP.n1TTITt/TnnT*'E/SE?.F.NIIRI/FT.TI(1RINr/"FP.CURY/ VANADIIN/SILICn*;/LEAP!AT:SE."lTC/Siint;I~'r A:II? IIEALT1i/TOEACCO--S'{Of:T:--NIrKEL/ TOBACCO--SPYII' It,M--I:EALTII EFFECT/ Qp 534 Un 1977 t Trace Elements'in Human and Animal./Nutriti-on Fourth Edition ERIC J. UNDERWOOD Department of Animal Science and Production Institute of,Agriculture University of Western Australia Nedlands, Western Australia ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1977 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers E1 6 ()
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50273 0363 Zinc--ASTI4 standa:ds, pt. 2 ' Anierican Society for Testing Materials. Book of A. S. T. lf. standards including tentati.•es. 1933- Philadelphial v. In illus., plates, diaFrs. 24 cm. Triennial (1944 and 19113 blennial) with supplements Issued In the lntercening years. Fonned by the union of Its I:ook of A. S. T. 3i, standsrds and Its Book of A. S. T. Di. tentative standards. Title varies slightly. Cover title, 1J33-- : A. S. 7'. Tf. standards. Issued 1939-4;; in 3 pts. a year; 11t1G-1S In 5 pts.; 1t1-13- In 6 pts. ' = 1. Eng[neering-Spcieties, etc. 2. ~fntcriais-Testing. TA401.AG53 411--1074 12' Library of Cunb••ress ~L~r:53u~1~ .~
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50273 0355 - ?E _' ~---77 A Centur y of Research ~Sn the I Metabolic Role of IZinc''Z ~ ~ . 1~fCla1)OlIS111 ' tec AYp:UtCAY JUCnNAL or ~:LINICAL TilRNI710N Zinc t•al. 22. No. 11, ~el tcuda•r, ts+,7, pp. 1215-11:1 ,Okd :n"lI MANDA S. PkASAD, M.D., PF1.D. , Ont: rtu`unrn Yr:Atcs Aco, Raulin (1) cxpcrimcntally in calves (10), lambs (11), showed that ainc was essential for the clons (12), and young Japanese quails (13). groicth of ilspcrgillus niger. During the Zinc deficiency has also becn described in sllcccedin- 50 ycars its esscntial role in turkey poults (14). plant life was cstablishcd (2, 3). During It was not until 1961 tthat nutritional the past 40 years, tnainly thrmu',h p11enom- deficiency of Tinc was suspected for the tnological stutlies, its importance in ani- first time to occur in man (15). The clini- .mal nutrition has been rcco, nirrcl. In 1931, cal manifestations in suhjccts reported Todtl, Iavclljcln and llart (1) slloa•cd tllat frotn ]ran and la;ypt incluilcd short stat- rinc WaS ncccccary for the hrmwtll of the tIrc, marked 11yJx;t;on:lclism, licpatoslrlcno- rat. Ziuc-cl(•ficicnt rats callil)it :ulurexia, mctialy, and iron-clcficicncy anc•nni:l. The Srm• tli retarclatioii. co:tne ancl sparse hair cliet of these patients consisted almost cx- growth, 1putl>Ilocytol>cnia, tcsticular atro- cltlcivcly of brcad made of wheat flour and phy, ltypcrkcratosi%, and acanthosis tlncl~ tli.c intake of animal protein was ncgli~ il~lc. paFakct:~to~i.i of~lltc skitr,~ cseNlla~us, •wnd Afi~cr cxtcnsi~•c stuclics, ire clctnonsu-atcd forc%tonwclt (r,). Turkcr ancl S;Ilmon (6) tllat L,ypti;ui p:uicnt. ]tad zinc dcficicncy . . ., . . , - . ' -- -'---- ._ :.._.~ r r_ ._..__.. ...:_ iick_ L
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50273 0371 Zinc.:--Properties. American Society for ZSetels. Metals handbook. 119271- Clevaland. v. illus. 18-28 cm. irregular. t Issue for 1927 is loose-lerf, conteining sheets dated 1923-27. Title varies. Supplements to sccompany sor.ie volumes. a- . =~-t-•--~-r--:...--, _,<v--~.....-,.r-4...~ t3 ~i ii ~~ ~ t i, J i; 1•; .~
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!;.A'rt CA1.C1U:`.--OR( ANIC CO:•TOUtiI)S%li.1RIi^.i- ()?C,"t IC C: (' S'1'KOt+TItJAt-'-06:G",idiC ~ REF QD 251 Me 1973 i 1;zT ~~' ~" " sr. s_ rs. 1r ~ 0 ~ "~~A '~~~•~~~F '~~r-~r~~ 1`~fr 1 { ~ . -1- -~- Y H (OUi3 LN-iVEYT.) VIERTE,VOLI.iG NEU Gt;STALTETE AUFLAGE IIEAAUSOEOEBEV VQ:( EUGEN \IOLLEIZ BAND 1aI/2a NiETALLORGANISCHI; VBRBI\TDUNNGEiY Be,AIb,Ca,Sr,Ba, Zn, Cd t>y~=~ 19 - t~:~l 73 ~ GEORG TIIICINSE VLI-ZLAG STUTTG:'•>R'r ~; ^~ I~ V ~~1 /I t) i!1/ iN iJ lJ
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50273 0376 . j TA I 0~ 1 j ., A ~ Una alluys-AS_M -stsndards, pt . 2 1 American Society for Testing Materials. Book of A. S. T. \I. standards including tentatives. 1J39- Philadelphia. v. in Illus., plates, dingrs. 2-1 cm. Triennial (1J41 and 101G biennial) with supplements Issued ia the Intervening years. Formed by the union of its Book of A. S. T. M. standards and Its Book of A. S. T. I1f. tentative standurds. Title varies slightly. Cover title, 1939- : A. S. T. .Ni. standards. Issued 1933-75 In 3 pts. a year; 139ti-fS In 5pts.; 1t}I3- in C pts. 1. Engineerinb Societies, etc. 2. liaterials-Testing. TA401.tLG53 Library of Con;ress -~% 40--1071 `3* i59r51us10t 0 t~ ;3 7' t1 (1 0 .ti 2 4 6
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50273 0360 CHEMISTRY, AIQALYTIC--TP.ACE ELE:iENTS--DETERI,INATION_/ lnran.l. £nrfrnn. Anal. Chm., 1911, Vot.4, cn• 97-t0E ' 1 V-rawr do-.-aii TVfC.n. a :r@:-_` Prink:d in Grtat nritain TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ 76 ZII'isU Emission Spectrographic Determination of Arsenic, I Antimony, Cadmium, Lead, Copper, '"and Zinc in Airborne Particuiates Colfetted on Glass Fiber Filter ~rZ~~Pl /?Z~? AKIYOSHI SUGIMAE Environmenta/Pollution Control Center, Osaka Pie1., 1-chome, Nafrarnichi, Higashinari-ku, Osaka, Japan KEY 1YORDS: Analytical method, emission spectrography, boiler cap electrode, trace elements, airborne particulates. A fast, simple, prw.isc:, and dircct ernissien sl%cetro~raphlc method has been develoF.d - for the determination of arsenic, antimony, cadmium, lead, copper, and zinc in airlornc particulates collected on glass fiber filtcr. Sample discs, punched out from the glass fihcr 8lter,are packed in a boiler cap electrode. Fifty micreliters of an internal star•.dard solution containing 10mceml of indium are added dropv:ise on the discs. After evaporating the solution, the electrode is subjected to DC arc excitation (current: 15 A, analytic;.l gap: 2 mm, exposure time: 30 sec with no preburn). The precision of the method is consistently better tran t % r
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/ i 1 4 , I !a of .ajor e relatioae\!p et lwl traita to smoU~e cAar.eteriatics !a tobacco =\ lqert.ece is s.alwtin tAa ptestlal of t\o er". L.at saa9les troe a S- tseft •la11.1 set of etwses (vitb.t raeipreeals) were asal7sel cheeically \y ls11v!!wl re}llcatles sar/ Year. Clprettes srN trom t\eae .a.oles ..ere used to establish s.o\s qra.oten. ftsce ss year-se.et7pe lataraetio.a vere W!- ptN sm statistical aaaltsis of tM 4ta, the si.Ple cerral.cioe rtri: vaa MLmlata4 fer the eo.\teed Years. tUe t+eas.re of the ps ylwe of cigarette Nw, el/eyls ee.teat, aP*eared to be sttatiaelt correlated with eost ot tas •. Mqe.a.t varia\lee ot tAe partievlate phase of wY., swcA as ITN, seota .lpti.e ad tar, The .ow-ee.\wt11le ptttes of el.garette toMceo, eeasureA as i •e\, te.{ed to relate to tar !s, a slaLLLr .ac..r to Sas p\sae ali.hyda. Bot\ 1 were positively asaeetated with YielU, rst.rs lrie., rsdeeiat soprs sed csll.- ' les ee.ta.t, a.d other .arlallss were positively rel.t.d te t\oso. tarticalsts ~ pIrN ..ot. eoapeeats teadel to N}oeiti.ely e»rrolat.d with each ot\er, ad *ept.vely associated with yiall, asd .ariablee psitively r.laced te ic. TUs n.Lttw\ira of s.ets tar te etAsr .eeis sad l.at .woroeeats kOe.r oa vMt\er the leteralesties la ai.r. M apor cigarette \eois or M aPor trM tobacco Meid \aa.Ie. I Tobacco Chew. Res. Conf., 33rd, taPe, Lexington, Kv, (Oct. 29-31, 1979) - . ~ TOd.ACCO--CHt711l:AL CtX1!'uSt'ttu.l--At:KUrn~~t--eceutf.vnan.ri TO8ACC0--S'10KE--CHE`TICAL (:0MPOS ITIOK/ i RJR CLASS 4(1. PA."tPI1L1:T VI To 79 S. P. Pandcva, R. S.; Dirks, V. A.; Poushinsky, (:. VI To-19 (r-in. Ikp. Ap,r., .1Fr. Res. Sta. Delhi, Ont., Canada) S.P. 1'ARTABILIIY FOR ScVERAL Sr:OI:E CHARACTERISTICS AS 111J•:Y ARE I`F1.L'F1CED E` OTHER LEAF VARIAR L::.S IN FLiIE-Ct'RL'D TOBACCO. (tn EnglisllA ).~..~•- ~,~ . ....~r..~..~... .. I ~ b 0 0 0 0. 0 8 ~, 7 S iI
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MAGNESIUPi OXIDE/ZINC OXIDE/ ./LEAD/ CARBON MONOXIDE/ Int.Arch.Occup.F.nviron.Hlth 36,29-39 (1975) ! by Springer-Verlag 1975 ,r -7~ /' Effects of the Inhalation of Catalytically s. .~~ Active fvietallic Oxide Fumes on Rabbits f-~ TADASHIG[ MORI1, SHINJI AKASHI2, and AKIRA NUKADA 50273 0387 __` )1te) - %~a c c..; . 1Training Institute for Health-Teachers, Okayama University, Okayama 2Department of Hygiene, Kyoto Profectural Medical University, Kyoto 3DepartPner,t of Hygiene, School of Midicine, Toho University, Tokyo Received July 18, 1975 / Accepted August 4, 1975 () 6zi C11 0 11) i) U ,L, 02 6 ' t)
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50273 0390 ~r ~ r~.. . n ...." " 1. ~U I C~ ~ ~[.'.J.. ~ l~ b ii Q In n ) o02. :3 2
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Zinc, cadxiwa and ._.rcury .- sca7ci:.u~, and- tho •1at`lanido si3rias, v. ;. ~ Cyr. ~ Sneed, ntayce Cannon, 1SSG- cd. Comprehensive inorganic cLemistry ic(lited by)AI. Cannon Sneed, J. Lewis Atal•nnrd tandl 11oLert C. Brasted. New York, Van Nostrand t1953- 55 II/v. illus. 24 cm. Bibliographical footnotes. Co:vrE:vTs.--v. 1. Princinles of ntomic and molecular structure, by W. N. Lipscomb. Theoretical and applied nuclear chemistry, by P. R. O'Connor. The actinide series, by G. T. Seaborg. 1. Chemistry, Inorganic. 2. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. z. Title. • ~ QD151.S69 546 53--Si75 Library of Congre:s ~ t55jn310j 11~ i i Ci • 0
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50273 0384 . I Translation Zinc ethylenebiscithiu ari~:,nuaatE-- Tobacco--reterminntion. ~ Cem:,;^3, 11. r lJ~.i..:~.a«c..~ 'Uv L's.... a..J ..... _. . r~ .1i.eJirl•.~rpl:-..q-,:.....a Q• ::.'. J y. y. ~ .. _. ~ r. ~. . ~ .~.:~~ ..~.., E:..L~. .•.~NT!R~~.Q4~ 0 0 0 0 ' n ("I ::
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TS 555 Ro 1974 Archer 50Z73 0394 I RESEARCH ON SYNTHESIS OF 1lIC1i-STRF.NGTH ALUMINUM ALLOYS U PART I. The Relation Between Precipitate Microstructure and Mechanical Properties in Aluminum Alloys A. R. Rosenfield, C. W. Price, and C. J. Martin Battelle Columbus Laboratories D. S._Thompson and R. $,:Zinkham Reynolds Metals Company n (i 0 a 2 ~
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i . 0 .a Pcdiat. Rcc. 6: 8GS-8]4 (1972) v tla Low TYtrllion . .. . L'~Lai . Levels ofilzinc in Hair Anore~ia Poor Growth > . > > and Hypo~eusia in Children O. f} n I~. ~~ICHAEL HA~IBIUCE1si1, CAROLYY HA~rBIDGE, A'fARCARET JACOBS, AKD J. DAYID BAU!•t Acpurnunt or Pediatria, Unkcrsity or Colorado Medical Cenrer, Den%tr, Colorado, USA' Concentrations of zinc in hair were determined for 338 apparently normal subjects living in Dcm,er with ages ranging from 0 10 years. ?\Iean concentrations of zinc in hair ..'erc: nconates (25) 174 ~ 8(I st.u); 3 months-i years (93) 88 i 5; 4-17 years (132) 153 f 5, and 17-10 years (88) 180 f 4. Ten children morc than 4~•eats of age had ]c%•cls of zinc in hair of less than 70 Dpm. Sc.•en of these ten children had a history of poor appetite and ci~lht had LeiGhts on or be!o«• the 10th pcrcentile)/the high incidence of low growth F~crccrrti!es was not explicable on a familial basis.V,:'aste _ ,~cuit~'as tested in six of these children, and five had evidence of objective hypo; eusia. • After suppleme:ttin; the Jict with sm:rll quantitics of zinc, taste acuity was normalized in each of these children and lrvcls of zinc in ha'u increased. Spavtar~oa. The correlation bet~~•een lo%~• levels of zinc in hair, anoreria, and low growth pel- ecntilcs in thcse children indicates that poor apFrtite and gro.vth, in addition to the hyposeucia, ma~• have be:n attriitutable to zinc e:eficicne~•. "I•he low mean concen- tration of iinc irf,,hair yf i, ~( tnts nd children ur.der 4 years of age indicates that stores`Ef zin in fl(e bdt!)• ntly bc~ow in this age gtoup. 50273-0339 ~ 'Hair `• =treec•tiernenb .~~. hypogeu3ia zine . - f : ~ *A
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50273 0350 PART II ANALYTICAL CIIrRftS't'RY .Sthool of Chur:istry, Ulurcrsitg of .'tlinrtcsota p le 'I' I I r E L L i I L N T S ~ ' Lt'I\G SECTION A L I J -~`l':rhTI:~`E UI~1 Ai~AL~''I'IC~'i L'IC~'iL C1I~:VIISTP Y i~ditc'd by I. M. 1:nLTliOi~ F QD o.ZYo ` 1961 ~ E}vllcnts .Li. tvith the as~istanco of ERNEST 13. SANDELL School of Chemistry, Urtirer,ity of .Uinncsota and 1 IIIL [ . IJeparAtent of Chc»tistry, University of Alrch.igan Systernatic I VOLUME 3: kCADMIUAI ~/RINRChln- RvTERSCIEWC I'UBLISIIEP.S a diaisicn of John iYiley Qc Sons, Ncw York-Lorulon-Sydru'y Analytical Chemist_'y of tile • tCCrrL I: . 4S1.kCNES1U`.r AUPtiORS Or 1'Ot_UMG 3 ALLAN At. CAIti.,~U\ J. F. CoFa'zt:h W. C/(A RLFS COni'P;It MAHtF: FAti\S1WoHTit QI:IVTUS FF:RVAYDO HtiYIfY FItE1SElt JA\tES 11. KA'.ZEI S:ESj~It JOSEI'It 1'EKULA PAUi. P. RL1P.i.i.H Cl,E\\ II. R'F\oERt
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50273 0378 i .:..1, , :... - ~.. R..7R CLASC :vi). PAIMPI:LEET 72 VI Re-73 S.P. Chc:^ische Laboratoriu m Fr.:.se::ius, ti'ic•sb^c'.en, (:mmany II". '~ ' iw.f ~wGE CIG:1P.Lir'* D5. ° ~(y;=~So~e~7:L~•~:;L~s.I1. ~ CiieuAscbe Lubcratc.riu-,. Frescr. ius, Confidcr.tial Rep., 2 p., t:iesbaden, 30, 1- r'~) (1:. C: r---r.) ~ ~ • ^,aajtic^ '• Tiie 12 G: rman )ri.r'c:, .:re nu. ~..... metals such as L't:, raercur}, scleniu,:1, j:ili be c+.etc.:-~ined in Oe future. *iCey.:ords•%~ ars_nic, cu:ed, ca-:stituc;;t; * cadr.iitu:, cured, ccvstitur_nt; coppor, cured, ce:a tituen`; lead, cured, cor.stituer.t; zinc, curea, con3t:itucnt. h-~nvy U ,i () () '1 r, il C-: 2-
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. 50273 0383 I I ENVIRONI9ENTAL SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY Werner Stumm „ao ENVIRONMENTS edited by Robert L. Metcalf; ZINC' INTHE: Part II: Health Effects Edited by JEROME O. NRIAGU Ge.da Cstre fa lul.ed Walm r Wrluyton,Oetario Caroda A WILEYaN7ERSCIENCE PUBLICATION BolOK w1LEY & SONS lk., Ye~kk pycbeptn• &isbane o Toronto .,,
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50273 0396 ' Zi,ukY; Wi.22ienm R. ' ' T'dE :."IMOSOL PAUZGLB CC1TIiTEIs Jouc. Air sol?utiou Control Ansocr 12, 57L-5$)- (1962) 3 2 r~ ~i
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50273 0391 ' J -,Z:ineb.•.for .Soed• Disuit'vptiorr and Shoot . = C ontr o3.. ,,..,,.,: ~. .. . ~ mus, Horst ZI?tLB ZtiIt SAATGiJTI;EIZU,'.;S CTYnJ MC:MlNCS'SIDRMi}tUaS , (Zir:ob for Scai DAsirfectio:: end Shoot Control,) Photoatut t`rtmi Gartouwelt r ,p 3-10-L1.11 (1957) ..~-.,.~,..........~.,.....---•_. t..~...,.T„-~ .~...T..----..r,..~-.-..- , d . p i~ 1~ 17 (7 l~ 11 ~7 ~ ~ J
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50273 0393 i ; IX .;:..1LT' S •i•~1';~1::S U`•') i1:'S :.'.;'( 1t Scl0 Ai:;dGNDL'Iv GIvG 7,INKfi!'iLTIf;E R (1968) SclmId, K. L'::E?i DErI ZIh'Y,G ::i~~T.T DLS MBAF:S UND D°S "RL[3CHES BEI t~~''r1uIFDU:;G 7.,'.~;"fiR.'i:~T:C(;II: Coi:tcnC of 'lobacco Eud Siro:ca klaa IT;:~ng L`ithio Carbnrstc Sprayln8 Ageuts Contafnir.g Zinc), by K. Sch:..id and A. P.aeS:etter t,andc..aiznstolt TAbai:€o:sch. 19,68 (No. 1) 3•'s-35 (196&) • 0 ,a 1 j 0 n G Q 4 2 r) S
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i - (ke,6z) m-ot'c 77 zvoru;aiao0 tmu V43oloi{d j °joj^.}tloo lporS P= tmppa3u,rsTQ toaS .to3 q-aczTZ) ° St:llhii:L~I',I3ASrJkI~`I`,'J~S Ql!{I 'J:a27,Z u3.TdNJ-,rV llrS 1M2 IIatIY'/, Q?I11 'J,Il1ZI?fi,Lf1~J,L~f~1S ~I17. S3idIZ' ` Z6£0 £LZOS
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50273 0386 1 .~2 r,5 )/' i ioia- ios ~ ir76 77 III Da PREPARATION AND P•itOPERTIES OF ACTIVEyZINC OXIDE; FOR REMOVAL OFrSULFUR COMPOUNDS FROM GASES G. A. Dantsig, Z. M. Mosolova. UDC 66.Q9°,-11 M. L. Dantsig, N. F. Vorontsova• .G. A. Sharkin• E. A. Boevskaya, T. A. Kondrasbchenko, and Yu. V. Furmer -44 I i e The so-called active zinc oxide is needed for production of many catalysts• e.g„ for conversion of carbon monoxide, methanol synthesis. etc. It is also widely used for preparation of active chemical absorbents (for .sulfur removal) and of catalysts for exhaustive removal of sulfur compounds from gases. It can be produced from mufflrfurnace zinc oxide and from various industrial wastes containing zinc oxide or hydroxide. An ef- fective method for production of microcrystalline ZnO with an extensive surface is treatment of these sub- stances with ammoniacal carbonate solutions (ACS), followed by thermal decomposition of the salts formed [I, 2j. Qualitative aspects of formation of active ZnO by this method were studied earlier 13. 41. Basic zinc carbonates (BZC) and zinc ammines (ZA) were identuied in the precipitates, and the following scheme was postulated for formation of active zinc oxide: DtH.OH mZnCO. • RZn(OH), • kt1,0 -+ (m + a) ZnO+ (a i k)H,O ~O+ (KH,)=CO, y `/Zn(Xl1,),(01p,) -. ZnO+z%'H, +H,O NH.HCO, lfZn(XII,),(H=0),CO,) -.'LnOt:%H, -~y11,01 CO, H~O ti-Ln(\*H.),(011)/2CO, -. 2ZnO Ts\l13 .L HiO+CO'. Accordine to ltroratnrP Aata Is 61 there can be four different varieties nf >•t7r, 'ru- e.o .,.,...sa+..e_ i-~ ---, +i ( U t7 t) 0 In 2 ~
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REF QD 151 Gm 1974 Gr~efi~~ ~--iar~c~~~ct~f~ 50273 0397 Leopold Gtnelfn der Anorganischen Chernie 1 Achte vo{lig neu bearbeitete Auflage - ,~A n nA System-Nummer 46 Springer•Verlag t - . _ . .. _ .. . . . 1 Tell D Berlin • Heidelberg J Legierungen . I [fUIUPTREDAKTEUR Koch ~ DIESER LIEFERUNG Ems: - - REDAKTEURE DIESER L1EiERUNG Hartmut Bergmann, Gerhard Kirschstein, Ernst Koch, Dieter Koschel, Ludwig Roth, Kurt Swars, Ursula Vetter VA55Et15CHAFTLiCHE l.:ITARBEtTER Karl Beeker, Inge Flachsbart, Dieter Gras, Arduin Junker, Gerhard Kirschstein, Ernst Koch, Sigrid Ruprecht, Ursula Vetter • New York 1974 ~nP-s--..~.e-.....e.•..~..--....-- ~ 6~ ii C {3 tJ ~) (l ! t~ ~"
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.-; .. ~...70r:YCOLC~GY--fiIrLIOGRAPi1ILS/TSETALS/ F:HVIRO^R-fLNTAi. }tF.AhTH/__.-..._~ 50273 0388 LL., It3I'iUSTRIP.L TOXLCOLOGY/ ' ETA_fi~'j0/1_']4_CJ3 II PieAl-74 A111, FOLLUr'_ IL®N 1: SPECL S S.P. i . OF Er~~21SS-r,'0N SGUHMES: P~~. ~ i~~ A RY qM. ~FRODUC I~N- A BIRLIQGRAPHY WITH AB5;"RA`" '15 ;!Bibliography contains abstracts of the available literature pertinent to emissions associated with the production of primary zinc, the effects of those emissions on man and ' his environment, and feasible technology for their control. Air Pollution Technical Information Center U..S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ~' Office of Air and Water Programs Office of Air Quality Planning and Standards _~ -_ -^ResVrch_Tri?nele-Pari:,,_North Carolina 27711 ~~ i ----- - ---_ __.___ , .~
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50273 0381 * I ^ Zinc and cct'POJNQ4'. ,v.4. . Rsf. Sneed, Mayce Cannon, 1886- ed. QD Comprehensive inorganic chemistiy [editecl byj1S. Cannon 151 Sneed, J. Lewis rfaynard Land] Robert C. Brasted. New g York, Van Nostrand t1953- v. illus. 24 cm. Bibliographical footnotes. CONTENTS.-v. 1. Principles of atomic and molecular structure, by W. N. Lipscomb. Theoretical and applied nuclear chemistry, by P. It. O'Connor. The actlnidc series, by 0. T. :eaborg. 1. i. Title. (~D1'' 1 SG9 n46 77 Library of Congress ~ "~~ ~r~ys]Oi ~~
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50273 0385 ~lO IT Re- 7, ZING IN 1-1[JMAN<<Nt3TRITfONi Richard M. Smilht The trace clement zinc performs a number of essential functions in the human . - body and a diet that supplies less than about 10 nig per day must lead, in' time, to symptoms of deficiency. Zinc dcficicncy in anim2fs r Zinc deficiency has been studied experimentally in animals and birds. The most serious efIects of acute deficiency are found in tissues where rapid or sustained cellular multiplication takes place. Thus young animals fed on a •zinc•deficient diet fail to grow at the normal rate but if zinc is restored to the diet an immediate resumption of growth occurs.'.=•3 Spermatogenesis in the ram' and in the male rat:` is very severely impaired by a deficiency of zinc in the diet. The impainnent takes place specifically at the stage of maturation of round spermatids into elongated spermatozoa.7, It is precisely during this stage of the spermatogenic cycle that a large uptake of zinc into the maturing _fierm cell takes place',. The,funetion of this_zinc is no_t.known. Some of._the __ . I ii .
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50273- 0403 Zip Code Book I'er: att, ki. CHiNICAY. ZIP EOO::, 1970 I nVn VayeW Data Ccs-flarrt!ca Peye. Pad; a, N. J. . . ' . . . . . - . . . . YJ.> ~ . . ~ . . (,T a o E~ A t~ ~ a 3 2 7
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50273 0382 IX ~'1iicw'Content-o€-4obacco.AnsLSmokce.I:'hen..ilsi ^ ,.,.. Sc10 Dithio: Carbamic Spraying Agents Cnntnini.ng-.-Z vnc (1968) Sch:f.d, K. U't3EP, DEN ZI.:YGEUALT DES TABAKS UttD DNS RAUCKF:S BEX E RNFaiJUNG ZYI;YW.LTIGE.n DITIi7.OCARPtI-V.2'-SFi~YT?,MITTEt. (Zirtc Content o~ Tobacco End SmokE ti'hee Using Dithio Cerba;Ac Sprayir,S Agents Contsinin , Zinc), by K. and A. Rcatettor k•unaessnetalt ittbakfiarech. 1560 (No. 1) 34-31 (I.96E) o+.:.r.~,- -i r s. . y+~.. -. .,.a.v~ . , . .y.. .... , z .-.. - rr.t.,..,..- 0 ts f) 0,- i Z i s;:j 9 2 :=; 4
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0 50273 0399 C. PERRY BANKSTON,1 EUGENE A. POWEt.L? ROBERT A. CASSANOVA.3 AND ZI"4,o~ : 7G.. ..... School of Aerospace Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia 30332 XXII MeB -78Jvur. Fire Flam. II(4)395-411(1977) S.P, g DETAILED MEASUREMENTS OF THE PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF SMOKE PARTICULATES NON-MEDICAL FILJ: GENERATED BY FLAMING MATERIALSS Original manuscript received May 6, 1977 Revised manuscript received June 20, 1977 ! . . /,~'"'r'l . % ABSTRACT: This paper describes results obtained in a series of small-scale tests investigating the properties of the combustion products generated during the burning of samples of vvood, a rigid urethane foam and a rigid PVC plastie under flaming conditions, in the ventilated Combustion Pro- ducts Test Chamber at Georgia Tech. Smoke particle size distributions, average particle diameter, particulate mass concentration, and optical density measurements were taken utilizing sampling techn ques and an in situ optical analysis system. Ventilation gas compositions were varied to simulate real-fire situations and results show that par!icu!ate characteristics are not significantly affected by changes in atmospheric composition for th materials tested. However, the measured properties of smoke particv- la es generated during flaming combustion were found to be both qualita- tively and quantitatively different from those observed under nonflaming .,-.r.r;-icinc e-kP n,-r r!~sizes_are ?cneral!v_sm;!!er_ and for wood and
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50273 0408 QD Zirconium, v. 13. 151 Ad l.c;zv,:usc: ?i: a.r.J•rg..:a:.C cCZ~Sis~~~ LcriCl Y':~.-=•L c,59- V. 1- ?-, tlew York, 1:C6i1c:Jf.C. L i.Mti:: . ~ ~'. : Z 7 es> . 24 CN. ~\ • h //\~ ~/ •J~'. ~I •1 V M-W
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50i73 0407 I.OtAIr- UND ENDO.it/F,ESTiiETISCIIE DECLFIT.:I`FEKTE DES : URZ:JELR?:OTICU?:5 Pi OPFLiYD•.D UI1D EIIiNrl: }IOrAwCSi:l, by }S. F. Zipf raid R. Kuhlmrar,c. (L~cwl :.:.d endo^:mcs.hetic sidc cifr:c.o cf tiic :.~hc.-t-c~LinZ Raxcotic co:^; euad prop ~Vc;-A-1c cnd cc^~, cf it3 h~ ~o2ons. ) ? (i•do. 8) 1021-6 (1967) -...,.~.~ 3 2J9
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50273 0398 XII MeB9-76 .P. INITIAL DATA ON THE PHYSICAL PROPERTIES OF SMOKE PRODUCED BY BURNING MATERIALS iwnr=R niFFFRENT CONDITIO'VS* . A ~ t ~ 1 4. ~.u~. £ cT~,~rrwlr~~t ~ C~"`_~, 1 SCJfd~G~At•fl~~o) ~-fi3 C !1 l `i Manuscript receQ~luctooer i,'taio Revised manuscript received November 20, 1975 • ABSTRACT: This paper describes results obtained in a series of smatl- scale tests investigating the properties of the combustion products gener- ated during the burning of samples of wood, rigid urethane foam and PVC plastic under nonflaming conditions, in a recently-developed ventilated combustion products test chamber. Ventilation gas compositions and radi- ant heating levels were varied to simulate real-fire situations. Smoke part- ictesize distributions are determined through sampling techniques utilizing a Whitby aerosol analyzer and an Andersen sampler (i.e., a cascade impact- or). A particle Mass Monitor gives data on mass of particulate per unit volume of ventilation gas. Also, the weight loss of each sample is continu- ously measured during each test. Available results provide quantitative and qualitative data on the burning rates of the samples and properties of the particulate matter generated by burning the above-mentioned materials. Differences in smoke properties are evident as burning conditions vary. ' ~ ~1 , ~ '/ (j n U l~ 1 J \I '• 1 i <I 3 2 C. P. BANKSTON Graduate Research Assistant R. A. CASSANOVA Research Engineer E. A. Powet-t- Assistant Professor Regents' Professor School of Aerospace Engineering Georgia Institute of Technology Atlanta, Georgia 30332 a
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50273 0IL14 Zi~,conium--Analysis--ASTh; Standards, pt. 32 Ilmerican Society for Tertting l3aterials 8Jf3l: OF AoSoT.Fi, S'fA.'4WX:S ItiCLUDIti~. TFhi, k'IIVES,, vo fn i1luc:o, plates, discxsv 24 cme , _.,......,..0.9.,.- .,....._-....-,._,.,..,., . .q,. I . ... . .. ~ . . . . -.. u i.i~ ~ 1 t3
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50273 0400 III Du2[» Stratospheric Chemistry Computations S.P. ( LA-611 1 -MS Informal Report 10 by :John-Zinwi C. Dexter Sutherland cl I V- suB'S 5 Sccentific 6aboratcsry of the University of California (OS ALAMOS, NEW MEXICO 87545 An Af(irmotive Action/Equol Opportunity Employer UC•t3 Reporting Date: September 1975 Issued: October 1975 ~6 UNITED STATES ENERGY RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT ADMINISTRATION CONTflACT W•7405•ENG. 36 r t / U ~~j L ~~~ / /~ I ! .j
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50273 0380 __-_ x Ref. TP 9 E Zinc and oUPOaNos :, v. 15 . ' Encyclopedia of chelnlca] teclUlolo~~', edited by Rn3-n~ond F. lark and Donald F. Otluuer. :1asistnnt editors: Janet 1). Scott and Anthony' Standen. \ew 1 ork, Interscience En- cyclopedia, inc. t1017-;,GI 15 v. illu3. 27 cm. Includes biblio„ralihles. COSTEITS.-v. 1. A to Anthrinildes.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon-arc.- v. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchophen.-v. 4. Cineole to destrosc.-v. 5. Di- to explosives.-v. 6. Explosives (cout'd) to furfural.-v. 7. Fur- naces to iolite.--v. 8. Ion exchange to metal plntin,-.-v. 9. Metal sur- face treatment to penicillin-v. 10. Pentacene to polywethine dyes.- v. 11. Polyols to rutin.-v. 12. Sabadlne to titilbest.ol.-v. 13. Sttlbite to tLerwocbemistry. - v. 14. Therwody-nawlcs to A. aterproofiug. - v. 15. Waxes to zywosterol. Index to vols. 1-15. 1. Chewistry, 1'echnical-1)ictionaries. i, Kirk, ltaywond Eller, 1890- ed. ir.OtUwer, Donald Frederick, 1904- ed. TP9.E68 ~~ GG0.3 Library of Cona ess tr57o''?t 48-234 rev 2° ;
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50273 0415 . .._ a•.._ ,. -r-.. - _ _ . f Th_. ~ 401 Zirconiurn--ASTM Standa:•ds, pt. I, 1964. A taorlC;n Socie;.;,r for T. ttirff t'xtazriazs. Pook t;i' A.S,T.i:, t3i,an;iardt irtdic a V, wn lZ1u~,.Pls.to: ~lz::~2-s, 2~F c:-., Tt'1 n;;:;1.s~ G Y}; ut. by t}7;+ u?'sC:a rX cR it. , .". mt~~ ~f~•. ~ fi 1~ n('i U ti b:~
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50273 0424 TD 897 Un 1977 WATER QUALITY ASSESSMENT A Screening Method for Nondesignated 208 Areas by Kendall F. Haven William B. Mills Tetra Tech, Inc. Lafayette, California 94549 Grant No. R804450-01-0 ProJect Officer James W. Falco Environmental Research Laboratory Athens, Georgia 30605 ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH LABORATORY OFFICE OF RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY ATHENS, GEORGIA 30605 EPA-600/9-17-023 August 1977 9 ,,
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50273 0412 CO1'I'F)t/SILVFR/CnLD/ZINC/CAD'•1IlT~1/1!FRCURY/SCANDIti:i/YTTRIU:-i/LANTIIANIDFS/XCTIN TT)FS/ '~ TITANIUIt/ZIRCONIL'Tf/}1AFNIUM/VANADIUi/NInP II^!/TANTALU*1/C11R011IU`i/FfOLYBnr:NtT."1/TI"IGSTF,N/ MANCANF.SR/TF.C':?"FTIiJ2•i/RliEN1t3M/IR(1N'. /RUT)Ti:;lI1JA1/OSP'IiT'•f/COP.ALT/R110DIL'At/IRIDIU~1/NiC:CF,L( PALLADIUM/PLATINU*t/ P!FTALS/SYNTIIESFS/FFRROCENE/ METHODICUM CHIMICUM A Critical Survey of Proven Methods Editor-in-Chief , and Their Application in Chemistry, Natural Science, and Medicine . ~~jedheIm Ka 1'tV : . ; Volume 8 Preparationof Edited by ~ Kurt ~Iieaerizt~ Tr~.ns1t10~1 M~;t~.~ =::1 Hans Zimmer Derivatives a Academic Press • New York • London• San Francisco 1976 Georg Thieme Publishers Stuttgart ~ a:~ C/ o 'v u a:: a~
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50273 0420 31a-ao tly7~j M. Ikram and Kar`mia-llah'yA: Zirvi ' ' VIII Me4-81 LCHEMISTRY AND PHARMACOLOGY OF 1CORICE ! S,p, (GENUS GLYCYRRNtZA) --r .i INTRODUCTION , Licorice (Urdu: molathi) is a perenial herb belonging to the genus Giycyrrhizc (Leguminosae) which grows wild in Southern Europe and Western and Centra Asia. It is also cultivated on a commercial basis in many parts of the world Spain being the largest producer. The roots of the herb, dried in the shadi - and cut into cylinderical pieces, have been used for various purposes for cen- turies. Licorice has both medicinal and non-medicinal uses. Its medicinall uses are based on its antiinllamrnatory, antiulcer, corticosteroidal and estrogenic activities. Nonmedicinally, It is used as a flavouring agent in the tobacco in- dustry, in the manufacture of shoe polish, in fire extinguihers and as a sweeten- ing agent. Glycyrrhizin (potassium, sodium and ammonium glycyrhizinate). one of the main constituents of licorice, is fifty times sweeter than sugar and is used as sweetening agent. Licorice 0 i~ n o n. 1 9 l M1 .~
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- Tk_ .__----- ;--..4 401 A 50273 0416 V Zirconium alloys__ ASTI4 Standards ~ ~ pt' 7, 1q61~, fa:,; .- :.! . . _ r i r.. •.y < ~. 7.`.. - .. ., .; 6
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50273 0417 Zirconium and cwPOur;Ds , v . ~15 . Ene)-clopedia of cheinical teclinolol;`•, ed. by Raymond 1:. Kirk and Donald F. Otluner. New 1 ork, Inleiscience En- cyclohedia t19I7- _; -' / 0 v, illus. 27 cro. Includes bibliographtes. Coxrr;:vrs.-v. 1. A to Anthrtuades. ~ 1t Chemistry, Technlenl-Dictlonarles. iyKirk, ltaymoud Eller, 18J11`- ed. /? TP9.EG8 /'~660.3 48-234• Library of Congress ~.;J 153oz5, . -.a• '0 r , j U ~: ~ s y - . _,
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50273 0418 . Ref. Zirconium and zirconium compounds, v. 22 r TP 9 En EncyclopGdia of eh?wicnl tecnuoloEy, editefl 1963 by Rasfiond E. Kirk and Gona?.d F. Othra::r. 1.sei4;.•6.t rto-....... Y:_ . D. ~,~coLt ..~ ., .t ea:.... _... . .. ~~ 1 Anthc:ry Standcn. 2iri*3 ed. I1~ea YUrt:, intierscienCe EQCyciopNillu, ve illue . 27 cm. Zncluciea biblioF~raphiea. Con.EUts. v. 1- A to ~.~ ~ 0 n~0 8 2 9 0
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IX Re2-79 Fediai. Res. 13(4)444(1979) 50273 0395 S.P. . EFFECT OF SMOKING ON TFIE CLINICAI. AND HEMATOLOGIC EXPP.ESSION OF HB xl3RICH r _ " „ (' CFFECT OF SttOr./t;G Otl TIIC CLtUICl,L Ae1h HtItATOL06lC ?:? lit!'4,tSS10I1 UF I:D 2UGICIi.lt_lfit};iq~{y~fNc~, P.nbrrt r/ 1 `4'r/~ A._I6tntnc~_ns, S~r_:vrl Charath.__, .~nJ 1linsla~ 5. C. i.q'~Py. The JuhnS 11upl,inti tJniv SCh vf /tcd., DrptS of Dcd.L Med., Catto and Colur•iJu St. Univ., Dr•pt. of Uiticho",, Fort Collins. , LonyituJin.ll s[.udios on, 15 pcrsons with Ub 2urich (llb 2) frOm , • two unrel, tcA IinJied rrvr. Ied an unexpectkd ptienotypie rxpres- sinn of thr lhcr,oolobini•pathy in swic; refractoriness to the hemolytit cffecls of sullun,v_tidcc, polycylbctia• noroJ1 pereen- , tagc ol rr•ticulucytes, ornJ nnrmal hanrctlebin (4p) and hcmoprrln (llx) IKVPIS. F!CCaJ4c thr Offinity of I/L Z for earhon monoxide (C0) iS at least tt:icr th,il nf lit> A, ancl bccauSC bindinrl of CO to ht•r,c inrrc.ttic5 thc stebilit~ (if buth nnrnu) anJ unstabln c~r~oqlo- bin; in_vilrt., (IIbCO) Ir•vols ucrc ~,cesurod .. 1fb 7 subjrct-, F•rrtrnt•tqr•. of 11F,C0 in 4 nnn-sn.ikinq fendles (.tnrs fl, 16, 27 anc! 41 y-~nr s) .:crc 6.2, 5. 1, •6.7, AnA 5.7; in une aJult /e-.ile antl anc a•lult -t1e v•vt.vt - 11.3 and 1y.0e• Hrnotncrit veIuc:.:rrc Fhi;hwr anJ rcliculott•l,• countS Inr.rr in 1 thc sr,t.ti'rS vt rsus ltir nr•r-11p ,l•.•l 11a v,Iluec wcre mtxlcralcly lo "UrkcAly J.~ro,ryod it lh.' nnn-v.,ukt•rs, but normal to rrnJrr.ucly drerca;rd in lllc sn.jkcrs. Ft,i1r5 of 11,•in1 body lorn,atipn in vihulc 1•l,Kid i~~cul•.tfrA at f+1"C tnd thc a^K~uM cd Nb prrcipitalcd ir. 1„,m~lYsatr•. r.l-tirA lr, i.c•Fru{~.rn••1 it 37A and • 41nC .,or~• sirynifir.tntly Iras in lh,• v'~nkrrs, lhrtic finJin•,;s suq'N•vl th,tt vnvir..n'wnlal lactovS t;f,ich tlev•ilr 11t•CO levt•1S n•ay x•uJify thc r/inirol nl unstablr Fln`S :onJ a15o may a1/P• Ihc• rttiullt Uf in vito.istudi.•b uf l6rir physico-chcriiCdl characfclititica. y ~
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50273 0425 ' ELI *5, Zito,: R.- (Jt. Author) . _ An ~ (1967) Antor+ini, S. SiZJDXi.'.S ON DiXTP.:'Li4 t1?iTJ DI:'~:ar`~.': Ft^r. NOTE 111, YIiL•':A?:ATIOU t..*:I3 Gi? ut'L AND OF t: :Z'EV; by E. As3tor;::i. L I?ruencsi, A. Go; uto, C. C#- i~r~.en~, ~. kondovi, A. Roesi I?cn,-Zli, &n.d L:. ZiCo Ztal. Jour. i3iochcm. 1y (t1o. 2) :0-t.CO (1965) C> ' _ ~~
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I QD 506 C 50273 0423 Contact angle, wettability, and adhesion; the Kendall award sy-mhosiuni honoring William A. Zisman, Los Angeles, Calif., April ?-3, 1963. Frederick M. Fowkes, symposium chair;lnan. Washington, American Chemical Society, 19G-1. ir, M p. ilius., diagrs. 24 ctu. (Advances in cbemtstry series, 43) Sponsored by the Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry at the 144th tuecttnw of the American Chemical Society. Includes biblioornpbies. 1. Surface chetnistry-Addresse9, essnys, lectures. 2. Adhe;ion- Addres;ces. essays, lectures. i. Fot•ke:+, Frederick Dlayhew, 1J15- tr. 'Llsmnn, Willinm A. ttt. Atnericnn t'hwutlcal SwIety. I)lvision of Colloid and Surface Chemistty. (5erlea) -~Z. '' . ..1 .... t"i, t,.`. 6 0 Library of Cong-res N 18, - A
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50273 0471 !f VI Req-7b S•P. 6fCL/OGRA/NIC DATA 1. P..penKa EPRI 511-1A ~r 3MEET s. Nt Ofl •/R Et L1H EFFECTS OF HITROGEN OXICES February 1976 . a. 7. A..kaA.7 R !tausknecht 'liskind , . No. 1. Pederu..~ Ur~..,sa.o. N. rod AdJ,c.. •0. P,ojtn/To.k/>tiork Ue;t N.. cience Aoplfcations. Inc. kP 571-1A 101 Continental Bldg. _l Segundo, CA 90245 . - N.nr or1 AdJ.c.. . TrPt ..• BtWn r r.r.ad . u clectric Power Research Institute c••t'•d 3412 Hil)view A+enue QUARTERLY REPORT alo Alto. C4 94304 ~~, Ie oxf es o ni rogen u poss e eencern n air po u ior. are nitr c ox~, 1 nitroyen dioxide, nitrogen pentoxide, inorganic nitrates, and organic nitrates. Avail+blel• iata on the physiologic and toxicologic effects of caseous nitrogen oxides shows that ~;32 as a freely diffusable gas has some potential o° causing adverse effects on hunan nealth and well-being. Some of these data are sumr,arired in the recort in Finures 1 and 2 for the human and 'dnimal obsirvations which have been made at varying levels under both icute anJ cilronic exposures. Critical parameters relating to tne health effects of N1)2 that ire discussed include: temoerature, predisoosir.q disease, hereditv, aqe. and interactions with other environmental pollutants. I 17. Aq Tprd..W l.ocr..ot Au1r.u~F:.. Puatptw. ~ , 0 : 1`Jitronen-Oxide; t'afra ~> `- .) ~/' I IN;IALATION/AIR--POLLiJTION- -1?t'i'ROGEN OXIDES/ ~ , r ~~
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50273 0402 51. JAtUiGANG .~~. AUGSBURG, 21. SEPTEMBER 1978 76 II Re2-79 S.P.- Lavondel- und lavandinole aus der Naute-Pravence z 11.rr~~iai~~±~ii?t ~- ~_~~ 5ed j.h.•r (inJen Lavcnd.•li+tc Verwendung in v.hcn unJ 1'rtfumcric-Indrntric zur )iaratcllu Jcl+.r..cr, I?.w de C'vlague, zur I':ufumierung %cnd:h.dc), fur I.avcndclh:~dcpr.il+ar:de (I pa/k), I..r+cuJrlbadciilc, l.avcndclbadctarhl, Ph+rm.ric lennt man den LuvcnJct.pir• tenJul.c). (m /u..rmrnenhang mit drr Drtonung n d.r haurlu.nrclil+ uad dcn cerlumml • tu.h dir I...cndrll+r.xlult%: hzw. L•r+ a. +rd.'r.tirlct in drn Vurd.•rgrunJ gclrr 1'rrr I'cr,i.n unJ den Kanari.chcn Inscm nummcnci wucniti- •rrklcl ctat wilJ irn Iicrgland d.r Provcncc. EnJo des vurigen /ahrhund.•r1s wurde dann Jie I'llanzc in Kulturcu angcpflanzt. VOrhommen ! • .i Abb. I Prufung Jcr I.evcnJ.IlclJcr im A1vn: t Atji 423 . In t'ranhrcich gibt es in den Dezirken Hautc-Pruvcnce, Ihomc, Vauclusc, Ardcchc, GarJ und Hautcx-All+CS NroBc Lavcrxfcl- und LavandinfclJcr etwa 19UUU ha LavanJin und IR- ~~ \\\\;.\ , S4IN) hu Lavcndel ~\~.~ ~ .... ProdukUon NR. 15-2. SEPTEME3ER11Ef r Scifcn -(7Ic - Ec ttc - W achsc -+tt4. Jg. - Nr. 1 S/ I ~ 89- +4.2.orLitvenderand lavandin nils frvm f3aute Prvvence -- CFrauen{... 'L3olkow.tcy, Bornd (Auceburg, Ger.). S: i fon, Orie, t_etteq Wocn,:e 1978. 10;(15), 421-3 (Cer). La+cnder and favandin (lacender-spike hybrid) cultivation. the cumpn. and -• e:tn. of the e-;ential oils from these planta, and marketing of these oiL aze teviewed with 1 rcf. 74
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50273 0435 sZlatkis,. A. . (ed.) .... ADVANCES IN CiiRO;•VTOG.P..PIif, Pr.ce:-zd!r.~5 of f_!i3 SiYth Int^,rnational lMaosium he1G in `4isai Beach, Florida, June 2-5, 1970 1970 Url'wers; ty af NoUs4oM 434 Pagea IfooSfor. Tnua:3
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76 ZI Re-77 S.P. 502]3 0389 - __.._.r. A' 7.inc Protcill Isulatcd from Iiuman Parotid Saliva (ta+tc hud+/mctallnprolein/ItYlx,ytcuKict) It. I. 111:NKIN, It. E. Lll'I'OLl)T, J. 13ILST.11>, Ahl) 11. I:1)f:LfIOCII N.II.L.L, Nati<utal Institutes of Ilealth, Beth-ada. M:trylnnd 20014 Coeununicalcd by ,Ilcloin Calvin, Scplcn,Lcr 30, 1974 ATtSTIt 11:'T A zinc prv,lcin hav ltecn i,t,latcd ,tnd pturi(icd Itt altt,arcnt tht,ntngrnritv frntn wtloicrt. 'Aillt ttornt:tl t:t.lo aruilv It* % gel fillrutinu antl inn-rw rltancr ehrantaloy:r.tt,lt). '1•Itr protcin ha% u nu,lccnlar .+righl of 37,000 atitl th)r, nott altpcar to Itu%c a,ILUnit.. Jt i- cdttn- pn%cd „f ti'; hi.tidinc rc.iducs Lnd hav 2 ntnlc+ of zinc pcr tuolcof prMrin. Salivst ptarsai: iml,nrtant role in tastc, althnu;;h its functinn har nnt yrt Ixrn fulh• cluci:l:ttetl. I'aticnt.e with xero~totnin (thvna:cvl or al,av:t saliv;t) exl:ihit hYIw;;ensia Hrcrc:ts'(vl ta..tr acuitt•), which oan IM cnrrclatcd with I,atlwlu;;ical chanAtti in lasto Lutl :u::ttnm}• (I). I1)•lin'-'cusia has also Lccn o1"•rt•ed in rats in wlticl: -,tlit•ar.%• glan,l.ltavc Ix•cn extirpated (2). Oral wln,ini.tratinn of water or .alinc, with or without otht•r cloctrnl.•tcs, failed to rc.torc taste functinn toward norntal in tr,tticntsith Ncrc,toni~ (t);.ho~~,j ~•crt•fre: !~• nci'~ a•itlt agents tli:tt rc~torc~ali~'a~~ tlittctiOl~ t( 'Rorni;St rc'sCtltcd- Pro)". .1 rnr1. .Cri. VCA Vol. 72, No. 2, Iq,. 1~~-I!r', Fcl,runry 1!17:i soulght to fintl a zinc I,rntcin in I,arntitl saliva in snl,jrrts with nnrmal taste acuit.y. In thi.,; I,al,cr we rrlx,rf, rni thr• knl:ttion :unl chcmical I:rnl:crties nf :t zinc I,rutoin that hns Ix•ou I,arilird to al,l,arcnt hntnu;;encitY frutn htnnan Ir.trutitl saliva. 111AT1•:ItIALS A\1) \11•:'1'IIt)1)ti To collect plastic Ia%lilc.y cups were placrtl over fitcnson's tlurts ruu) salivary flow was stirnul:ttctl; lfK)-:30U tnl of whnlc I,arotid snli%•a w:t,~ cullct•tctl frun: snhjrct, with nurnn:tl taSto :tcuit.t•. tialit•a tt•n. 1' •nl,hilizrtl in uri,l-«a~ht~I fil:t" flasks. il'hrn ucctlctl, thc dry I,rvxluct n•:ts tli.:ult•wl in 5 ml of zint•-frce distilled i%::trr (11) antl nllt,m-tl tn St:unl in it•c for 1-3 hr. 'I'Lc rrcunstitutc:l xtlit•:t t%-:i• ccutrilu_4-,l :tt ~ .'0,0(Kl X g for :31) n:in at 0° tn rrinm•c flncc.uh•nt :uul inmululdr tuntcin. No t1ilTcrrnrc wa: nl,a•r%•tvI in tlte cltntu:atn;;raldhic ntirnhhires wlicthcr the snl,crnatant wus tlia.}•zel a;;:tinst 0.01 M Na pIwa,liatc (l)ll fi.S) or used dircctlY. Su::tllcr . .• , .. . . . . . li 7
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50273 0428 • MANAGEAtENT/ - : HD ~0 69 2i . 1975 for rdaiiagers American Management Associations Extension Institute `-/'i. . ... 1%
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50273 0410 a TRACI: F.T_.F`ir'tiTS- :1`:AT YSTS/ \T0`•1TC A"in?pTTn`; SrFrTT?n•4rTRV/1Lt--rr~,rff/ CNFMTSTRY, ANA1.YTT('--ATO*!IC AP,SORPTION SPrr'T?t0'!rTRY/ A\T1:inNY/:19CSENIC/P„1RI1^!/1tI:RYLLIIJ'i/^A",TI?`!/nF'.RYi.T.TI"t/nTS`(T'T!T/'~~Rn`'/r':1n`tTl!' C11R(1`-1IU`!/M^,A1.T/COPPI:°./GOi.D/ I nON' /T.F 10/LTT!ii T^1,/'tA";rA\TE'7 Fl•fPT? f71'Av / ~lnLY~OF.'~i''1/~:ICKEi./PALT.AnTir!/P1,ATI`?(!'i/S;'LF"'Tl"i/STLT~n•;/STLVF,n/TI~/ TELLURIU'i/TtIALLIT!'i/TITAhIU`!/VA`:AT1IL^1/7.T`:C/ LIRCn`:I1!'!/ METALS--ANALYSIS/METALS--TOXICOLOGY/sFA,941Y/ RA 1231 Be 1980 LONDON • PHILADELPHIA • RHEINE ~ ~ 40 t(~ 7 U j i 0 Editor: L. C. Thomas TOXIC METALS AND TI-iEIR ANALYSIS ELEANOR BERMAN HEYDEN INTERNATIONAL TOPICS IN ., Cook County Hospital Chicago, Illinois
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50273 0440 9 17 0 I Ettre, Lestie S '17ie practice of gas chromatography, edited by Leslie S. Ettre iandl Albert Zlatkis. '.N-e« York, Interscience Pnb- lishers 11967, xv, 591 p. tllus. 24 etn. Includes bibliographies. 1. C.as cLronuto;raphy. t. 7.Iatkis, Albert, Joint authnr. it. 't'itle. 1.ibrury• of Cungres. tG9n?t (1 ^ C 0 t; ;, I ;)
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50273 0037 CHF.PiISTRY--COrfl'UTERS/1•?ATER--AAIALYSIS/PHENOLS--Cii120riltTOGRAP}IIC ANALYSIS/ I"i.YSIS/ AIR--POLLUTION--ANALYSIS/CH .(1M~ AN`C~sN QD 271 Ad CHROMATOGRAPHY 1974 1974 Proceedinos of the Ninth International Symposium held in Houston, Texas, November 4-7, 1974 Edited by: I -k,Zi:ATKIS L. S. ET -117RE Professor of Chemistry Senior Staff Scientist University of Houston The Perkin-Elmcr Corporation Houston, Texas, U.S.A. Norwalk, Conn., U.S.A. Published by: Chromatography S5mposium Department of Chemistry - Univcrsity of Houston Houston, Texas, U.S.A. 1974 0 o t) Qo t, L" i r-O :; I 7 y I r
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OBACCO--GREAT BRITAIN/TOBACCO--CONSUMPTION--WORLD/ - 50273 0448 TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE & TRADE --GREAT BRITAIN/ TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE & TRADE--WORLD/TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/ BRITISH AMERICAN TOBACCO INDUSTRY/IMPERIAL GROUP/ROTHMANS INTERNATI( ~ DUNHILL, ALFRED/MOLINS/ GREAT BRITAIN/ TS 2240 Zo 1981 , TOBACCO 1981 The industry, the UK Companies and their other activities. JGD/JN Scott-Matden February 1981 . ;~ () (Z
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50273- 0439 Z?.atki c, AiLar. t AMALYSZS OF GOIT58 VOLQ?YLLS l3Y GcCS CHROXa.TOGUTFtY, by Albart Z1etkis and KiCbaal Sivctz ~', ~. { l: 4 iJ l~J t1 ii~J ty
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r ra• .,~._ttit.,/ 'ri•j<,la~ ur;~Llxc~:v_.;.x/NC>~iiTL'ti~~..:;..3:;1~~, IJI~.~ rl:..i..i:,1. CI!1;•:1t4IJ:, /b:C3.ihD'chtJ2•i/TJNGSTF,*:/ ~ 50273 0413 F.K>~' 251 /~}e WErl I-!_V'D.-E.Ily •FJLll .TAi..LORGA.`c1~.~ (3-c~iiGf T 1 ~ ^•~ l~ T~z Y' T~ r ~'' . ~ ~I~ ~~(r' ~ -~: ~ ~,T ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~_.;i.~ .~~ ~~~. i~~ ~ i~ C~- ~~IN (110U81;N•v'Ia'L,) URRTL. VOLL[G NEI1 GI:STALTIITF. AUI•LAGP NRRAUBUF.OLRf.N VON EI`CLI\ h1ULER TCRfhoeN VNT[R Ar.90NDLRBR )tITtYIRRUAb VON 0. BAYER LEVBRKUBRN II. biELR1VI:Ir t•}:. 7.IEGL1:1: I L;:ANl) \III/7 141GTAL.fARCA1iSCftt: VIUIItfNnUNGI:N Fb, 15, Zr, 11f, V. Kb, Ta, Gt b:o, IV Gt:U1tC TIIIt•:\fE \•I:lil..\C S'f'C"['fC ~I17' ~3 b 1i ~ i; 1/ U 3 Z C~ :3 i'L, 7'i, 'Lr, llf, E', N1), Ta, Cr, Aia, 1;' sCA:.e1tITLT vON (i. BAIIFm t E. LA\GRR A. FECNITu LVDY;f09liAFSN LULW16tlQAPBN M7T e ABbILILVNOYN v.rD ee [AeicLa7 •r
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QD 271 Ad 1973 AI R--POLLL'TI ON--ANF.LYS I St A D'Tvl~l A,wE S IN d CHR 01~~A TO G"R, A PH Y 1973 PProceedings of the Eighth International Symposium held in Toronto, Canada, April 16-19,19 i3 Published by: _ Chromatorraphy Symposium Department of Chemistry • t; niversity oi Houston Houston, Texas TU04 19Td 1I1 , 50273 0436 Editor: Professor of Chemistry = University of Houston t • `
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50273 0442- Z _ 699 --DIE ZMD ~ IN-•FRANKFURT-7, fW, MAIN:--~ ~; Sc . , . .. ~.,...,... Schneider, FCZFaus DIt3 ZhD IN t c~.r7kFiT.T AM VK'lIN (Tho Centrea2 OtTf.cQ fcr Mcschen9.c&l. Docuaoat€tion in Yrantc€urti on I-,uin) 1969 207 YsSca IIwth-Vcxsriu5 GmbH z3rlla EJ :i ; (~ ~ ^t t: i: F; .y ~ ~
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50273 0432 M11UUr1/ Pl 1110 Iln 3rhiC.lf:nl7GrU tt J(PAII71Ten11ATA r1PU!.f1111LfiCItUCT l rnc-rr.llllr:ui.lrlli EW,lcrt, ron. xnr. t'LAN•i SCIr:VCE, VOL. XIII, No 9 ('ocbcie • 1976 •Sofia N,r 9 76 II Re2-78 ?1 j . S.P. ~ ; B'bP Y ~I3~NiEI-IEIII~ISITA I-IEIII~ISITA I A I~OII~t~r~~~POBOTOv MACIIO I]P"CJIEA)I(lTBEHO ChXPAHEHFiE HA PACTEHH5ITA CPI?GP03AP 31tATEB, AFtACTACIISi BAJItIfiOBA, ;•;,c!_.P I1_St 3 Jl A T E B A xyatypll - !(a3anndx ~ Atacnoro, no.•tVaeilo nplt ;iecT1l.vaunaTa tla hontipa (Anelluum grnveolens L.), tiaantR BCc n(?-1•o.7il~Nlo IIpI1.ioNCentle Rl xpa1111Te11NpTa npoaulw.1elloCT. BNCOxoKa- 4ecTUeloTO'KOnLpot[io alacA' TpAtBB 1ta orroiiapn' na onpejeaenll 1131ICKBaNiIA, elUlo oT Ko1ITo e cblT.p%I<autiero rna xapt3otl u uero ita Gi.2e B rpannualTe 20,0-3G,5°S I I111cturyT uo ~tr~"•1~.~ ~•~, CTCr Il•I1(O~IaCAcl~af11111TC 11 JL'KapcT6e1111 r
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.ti 50273 0433 e I . ~ , ,. r 16 II Re --78 ~ S.P. 1 Rastenievud. Nauk. 13(9)105-11(1976) ~ r STUDIES ON TI IE RECONSTRUCTION OF LAVErvnER,PLXh'TI\'GS TO wl[)f:-ROw SPACING IN REGARD TO A1ECIlANIZI:u C:ULTIVATION A\rf) I IARVEST St.Cfacllcv l ltl.~\.esltevr rnstilutc for lhc Ull-UvannC Ro,c. r:th.?rrat 00 1'I,1nls Alul MC/1ic.l I'lauts - Kaanluk (SlilntnarY) Row spacing of 9i) cut proved in tlle farm hraclice unsuitable for machine cul- livatiun of lavencler plantings. It results in a Ili"ll cost of hrocluction. Recon>truction of eaahlistlerl lllantings was stuclied bt• renwving every se- cond ruw by a FN-125 rotarv tiller all;trltc•d to a tractor of 1.4 class. Thus, laven- der tufts t..e chuttlWtl ancl Iluriecl to a depth of 8--10c•nlt,n:l utilizecl asat;reen manure. Row sttaring of 1.8 nt eitslbles mechanized tillage and f luwer harvest. It contributes to :In improved nutrienl and Iif;llt regime of fhe plants, leading to (aVuurahlc cllalt~e: in Illcir ~roa 111. In comparisott aith thc ccmlrc~l (9O cnt row ( spacin.,71) the plants (if recolt;tructecl Itlatttings were clturirtf; the l)r•ri-)cl uf stuclV 3.<t ' cm hi~ller and the tufts had in clireclic~n to the iltlerru~~• spacing 16.7 and in tll~~ ! row 10.4 cm a lar;;er cliantetcr. A better ~rcr;~ llll.~lnctxle~ e ut,tuent of Itl,lnts in reconstructed plantinf;s fat•our- `~~r alil~• .if1ec11cl tl)r elcnuvit< nf vicYl A tnit h;/cd ott the avera flrnwer• J ;;IG n or t , t e c ~ . \ t' I _a
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r ~ • ~. _ . . _ . _ . . y-.._ . . __. ..ie I I Rastenievud Nauk 14(3)45 9(1977) 50Z73 0431 -DYNAMICS OF THE DILL ETHEREAL OIL DURING 76 ZI Re2 80 A DAY-AND-NIGHT PERIOD S.P. (} Institute for the Oil-Bearing Rose. Ethereal Oil Plants and Medicinal Plaats - Ka:anluk (Summary) The study was accomplished at the milky-wax ripeness when the plan s have accumulated largest ethereal oil amount and which stage is most suitable for obtaining ethereal oil from-green plants. Whole plant samples were taken every three hours and distilled during a 48 hour period. No changes in the content but in the qualily of the et}:e'eal oil were estab- lished during a 24 h period. Highest phellandrene content of 24.67 to 26.50% was found between 3 and 6 a. m., 19.92 to 23.03°0 -beta•een 12 and 18 p. m., whereupon the content of this ethereal oil component rose again. The limonene and carvon showed a reverse dynamics of synthesis whose amounts increased during the day-time hours. The limonene content was largest in the 12-3 p. m. interval (38.25 to 40.24 °o) and smallest in the night interval 24-3 a. m. (31.78 to 33,73°.0). The carvon content increased evenly during the day time hours, reachirg 30.98 to 32.19°o between 9 to 24 p. m.,«•hereupon it declined until mor- ning. . Quantitative changes in the basic ethereal oil components give grounds to a~mit„(hat carvon i synthetized •in day-time hours through a-pllellcn4rene desin- t ~ratibn.t' U ~~ t -t
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50273 0446 r--~--•- :... - _~ - ----~ = - ~- III Go5 --Zoccoltllo, Lelio (Jt. Author) (1968) I ;:r. «' D?rG bi COF.v:v`w;. : -.T) ::Z•'fA i<ibOi.?!'['.1•Ci-~i. Lrrtt Lfi AG •• K cF !-lgh Re.nobuti7a Ga~i tn the . ~i6 ~Isc 'C~t Cxauc~x°1v Gax~tE:~, C1{~::gxo 'Nr,ts r•.~fa Lc"tlo 'Lc?cco1S.?Zo ;;sscliza Dc zirafii ~. !.) ZG;-2 ;:C (oct.-llec., 1967) . .. . . ~ . . - . .<. !i'L . _ f e . . .. , • . ' . .3• ~ i O •J 'j •• ~ Ij U tj Z I l~
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50273 0357 Gustin concentration changes relative to salivaryzinc and taste in humans Proc. Nati Acad. Sci. USA (>onc deficiency/r.inc treatment/taste dysfunction/salivary proteins/parotid saliva) Vol. 78, No. 6, pp. 3867-3871, lune1981 Mecheal nces AL1.AN R. $HATZMAN AND ROBERT I. HENKIN Center for Molecular Nutrit;oa and Sensory Disorden, Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, D.C. ta00o7 Communicated by George K. Davis. February 9,1981 ABSTRACT Biochemical characteristics of gustin, the major zinc protein in human parotid saliva, are similar whether the pro- tein is isolated from subjects with normal taste acuity or from pa- tients with hypogeusia (Kho may have as little as 1/5th as much parotid saliva gustin as normal subjects do). Zinc concentration in fraction ll of parotid saliva, the fraction in which gustin is found on Sephadex G150 or Sephacryl S-400 column chromatography, is proportional to the gustin content of saliva and is decreased in patients with lower than normal total parotid saliva zinc. The quantity and spectrophotometric indices of all other protein frac- tions isolated from patients by these column chromatographic techniques did not differ from those of normals. One patient with proven hypogeusia and low concentrations of zinc in total parotid saliva and fraction 13, after 9 days of treatment with exogenous zinc, showed a 150% increase in fraction 0 zinc and a concomitant increase in apparent gustin levels; these changes preceded the return of noTtnal taste fitactiottj Thrse data demonstbte duit zi~c? treatment can affect both ~'aste and guistin eoqcentrations in {~~~..•av~~cea. 81 V ShI - TASTE DYSFUNCTION/SALIVA/ cence, fraction V by relatively high levels of protein without zinc or fluorescence, and fraction VI by two major peaks, the first characterized by high reladve fluorescence, the second, pri- marily by absorbance at 280 nm. Fraction II was characteriz• i by a high level of protein and zinc, the major protein bein:, a carbohydrate-containing protein previously noted by others (13-18). This glycoprotein constitutes 92% of the protein in this fi•action (3); 80% of its amino acid composition is proline,gl ycine, and glutamic acid, and it is essentially devoid of aromatic amino acids; it stains pink-violet with Coomassie brilliant blue 1250 after gel electrophoresis; and it has a molecular weight of ap- proximately 34,000 (3). This glycoprotein is, in reality, a famih of glycoproteins; it is also found in smaller amounts in fractions III and V, and it makes up about 75-80°k of the total parotid saliva protein. Physiologically, it appears to be bound to gustin in parotid saliva (2), suggesting that this complex may be the functional active form for taste bud growth and nutrition. mncentratinns of caliv~ ~%nr ha- twP•- V ~~
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50273 0438 --h~ ~ ' - CIiROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--THIN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY/ 0ournal of Chromatography Library - Volume 9 QD 271 zi 1977 ~~ ~TYY~~rql CE77: T J~.' 1+ CHROMATOGLAPHY ? Editors ELSEVIER SCIFVTIFIC PUBLISI;ItiG CO.IIPANY AMSTERDAM - OXFORD - NEW YORK t;A:,zratkI4 UniversityofHouston, Houston, Texas INSTITLrTC Oh CIIRO,l1ATOGIU1P1iY ~ I3AD DURKI-ILI\4 f e I2: Kaiscr(~ (i U 1977 E. t _ Institute oJChrornntographj; Bad Durkheim Z_t2zy-.-
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~ 0 ~ 561 B 50273 0463 ..,._: Zone oloctrophoresis. Bier, Milan, cd. Electrophoresis: theory, methods, and applications. j'New Yorkj Academic Press,1959. 50,3 p. iltus. 24 cm. Includes btbltography. 1. Electruphorests. QD5G1.B55 547.137 59-7676 1 Library of Congress - 1501 >v: 44
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. - a 50273_0434 I. Y~Z 0 _-:Y' lIo) 1 .!lt, I I Re -7 7 S. P l~l~ 7 • 2 "S z - ~ r Dynamics of essential oil accu~il'Tulation in Dill , ~ (Anetlium graveolens L1nllaeus) during 24 hours ~3 f .---~_, lI "SREEJROS.4R"k:"ZLATE r Research Institute for Oil-bearing Rose, Aromatic and Medicinal Plants • KAZANLIK (Bulgaria) Essential oil irregularly accumulates in aromatic plants during 24 hours; variations in quantity nnd quality of it can be rather considerable in sonto plauts [ l, 2, 4, 6, 8]. For to ohtain maximum of essentiai oil of good quality, dynamics of esscntinl oil accumulation in every urotuatic plant should be tludicd, ruid the right harvest time should be dcternuncd.~,, -_ ,. ' ~ f `~ ~ ~ `~ Urhbcllih•[uust f. lun4~ h:t8~ nol~bcc~stu[I~~•d !t? Tnr in ,his din,cliun• proh: L'. of thcir mature The results were mathematically wrought up under Ylokhinsky [5]. Carlo Erba chromntogrnph of model "C" was used for qunlitativic examination of essential oil. The colunm of stainless stccl uscd had a diamctcr of 2/4 mtn and a length of 2 10 cm. The speed rata of nitrogen and hydrogen Wass 211 tnl/min, while that of air was 380 ml/min. The phase of 10% btrtnnc diole succinale was applicd on chrorno- :orh \t~. 7 he prabrnmmcd worl ing tcntpi•r.,turc Has 90 =`l93"L: Wilh 23,5•'C/mn. The scpnrutc comla- U t
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50213 0451 ~ ~ SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ 77 X Re RJR CLASS N0. PA~iPHLET 77 X P.e~, 6 Relinger, H.; Bornstein, P. H.; Bugge, I. D.; Carnody, T. P.; Zohn, C.J.) (Univ. *:ontana, /~fissoula, 2font:~na, U. S.) UTILIZATION OFy,DVL'P.SE RAPID S110KING IN GROUPS: EFFICACY OF T::i:AT.Si:NT AND MAINTEKA.'JCE PROCEDURES. Jour. Consult. Clin. Psychol. 45 (No. 2) 245-49 (1977) (in English) Twenty subjects participated in a smoking-reduction program that attempted i ; to assess the initial effectiveness of a rarid-smokinG procedure administered to ~ groups. Efficacy of maintenance was inrestigated throu;h the use of a control I procedure and two presumed maintcnance-enhancinS strategies: in vivo booster ~ ~ sessions and telephone booster sessions. Results indicated that although 90c,'a • of all subjects were abstinent po_ttreatment booster sessions h3d no si;nificant' , , ' fffi 11'ihilh eect on maintenance o treatment ~ans.tn-group anayses showed tat ~ although both cxperimcntal groups significantly relapsed between posttrcatment and the 3-tnonth follow-up, control subjects did not. These results are discussed ~ j in terms of self-set and the attribution of behavior ch3nge.
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50273 0454 71o1L /?~ -7G ~~. ..: a0KllAAb1 AXAaEDiHH CE7bCKOXO3A1RCTREHHbIX HAYK B So1IrAVHH COMPTES RENDUS DE L'ACADI:A]1E DES SC1E\CES AGRICOLES EN BULGARIE ' ~ VOL. ,4, No. 1, 1971. ; 39-4 ACETATE-2-"C METABOLISM IN THE KAZANLUK ROSE (ROSA DAA1ASCENA M I L L.) A . R. Decheva, G. Zololovilch lntJifafe for lhe Oir-Bearing l,osr, Elhrrea! Oil Plants and Meditlnal Plnals - Karanruk (Submi!!ed by Corresponding Member Y. Milhoaski on March 3. 1970) has been found that the greater part of 1iC is incorporated in the organic acids, chiefly those of the I•:rebs citric acid - cycle, and in the amino 2cid;. The labelling of sugars, protein substances and lipides is low. Metabolism in Rosa dalnascena has not been studied with radioactive substances. The purpose of our investigations was to establish whether flower-bear- inv ttvias. leaves and flowers of the Kazanluk rose take up the acetate-2-"C -•~----- Acetic acid is a metabolite, which is normally and widely found in a number of plants [ 10J.- . Experiments, carried out with labelled acetate, show its active paitici- pation in plant metabolism [1, 3, 4, 8, 9, 13, 18, 19]. In all investivations it I-' t3 0 7') ti >6 _t
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f 50273 0453 L- TOBACCO--S"tntiI NG--PSYCI(OLOGY/ 79 X Zo - RJR CLASS NO- PAMPNLT 79 X 7.n ~(Hai1~a Univ. -3 Oranim Sch. Educ. Kibbutz Movement, Israel) SMOKING AND CIGARETTE SMOKE. AN INNOVATIVE, INTERDISCIPLINARY, CIIEMIC•aLl.' ORIENTED CURRICULUM. Jour. Chem. Educ. 56 (No. 8) 518-519 (Aug. 1979) (In English) -"'I'he pre'sented curriculum "Smol;ing and Cioarette Smoke" is basically an attempt to achieve the devcloEm;ent of a dcci- sion•m:+king capacity within secondary school students and of their competence to actually apply this capacity in re- sponding to their•own necds and those of society at lar,ge. In other words, appropriate understandin,., of the chemical- biolo~;ical principle; and proce:7ses to "hich the corresponding affective cornhonents are educatinnany ~ttached, hopefully, will improve shuleiit's capacity for certain control of his own behavior concerning smoking. Indeed, prelirninary results of ~ the formative evaluation stn;;e h.sed on a pilot Geld test ap- pears to indicate that the Program is most effective for those ~ sturlents that have not yet started smoking. Tlwis result pro- _ _vides us-tl!r~hinl for the optim,il time to_incorporste the-pro_ () c) c1 r1 rj c] U 6 .5 , S
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WATER- /INALYSISr . TRACE ELEMEN •S/METALS--ANALYSIS/ 50273 0419 ~~ J NO SC TR 2" 3 79 III}!el ~TO~IATED ANODI STRIPPING VOLTAI~iMETP,Y FOR THE ANALYSIS OF CO~PER, INC,tUAD ANDt-CADMIUM FORIENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING. By P. iCenis;rFA%*~-Y.irino, C. Claveil June 1978 • Research and Development Report: October 1975--April 1977 Prepared t for Naval Facilities Engineering Command Perforating organization: NAVAL OCAEAN SYSTEMS CENTER, SAN DIEGO, CALIF. :9. HL y k: .':C5 (Grnr/i~w on ....u. .fe. If n.c....ry Ir•.d fdunU[y Ly 6fot: nurS.r) 1,Sxria: p•)1:ution Atomi: Aisorption 1{ca.y Inct_rls San D:cfio L'ay Anodi: sirip ; in„ vo,tum:nttry Auto;nacd instrun:cnlalioi -_ --------- 2C\ /,CST::ACT IC.nlfnv. o.r rar.r.. sIJ. /I n.c...:0' and IJ.n1111 pY tlotk m:.nOCI) . ~/1liio:::ltCll :.RUtaiC StliI'(1!i ,°, YC•it,-L7fr;Jiry (f11:S"•') b^« tool fU: niia,,llrlrc. in tI:C fii`~J~IJ~ tit^e con:c[lt:-_ttol.s-of eoi•;.. a, Ic_d anrt e: l!;•.rium in ~icaMjrcn:c^ts can be made v:i?h;:r 10 to IS : tinutcs. F.esu!(s Ot "'.ac.; l!)- AASV wrre cuny-3rcd tv tLcsc vbtJir.,:L: by a:r_urp:ioa srectrai)hotumetry aird %:,cre fouf:J to :•: t:u s_in: witllirn cxpcui,:,:rta crrur. ~ V 10 . / (l + 1 t; G `-'. > 9 v
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50273 0445 III Du2-78 S.P. I { . debli idrocarburi alifatici alobenati contenenti C. PAi\TALEONI (a) e ia%ZOCCOL2f.LW(b)1w- Snper. SrNttJ (107?) 13. 9J3-3,i9 fluoro Summary (Toxicity of the a!ipiuitic ologgeiiated h}'drocnrLons contui- nino fluorine). - The fluorinated propellers have a certain cartliotoxicity. They cause disturbances to the intraventricular conduction, to the inotro- pisme and to the arterial rressure. Such disturbances shonv up in the laborato- ry rat due to a concentration in the air that once was thouaht innocuous for this specie. We have analysed doses of 15 °/a = 30 0/0 - 60 % of CCI_F_. in the air on the tracheotomysed and curarisec? animals. The vaaotorny protects in part from the occurence of marked alterations ECG, but not from the alterations of the cardiac meclianiaram and of the arterial pressure. The arterial pressurc is the eanliucireulatory paramcter which remains U . wnil. 151. La tossicith inhil,itcd lon~cr when the auimal is aaaln hrrathing air ~~•ithout Freon. After breatiiin~ air ~~~itl~out Freon for ten minlltes, rats siiLmittcd to,a successive close of bas are ral,hlly intc,xicatrd. Low closes of CCi.I': in the air (5;~) inal:c rabbits ipersensitive to tlic«arythinies-producino» effects of the aclrc•ualijic. rn7~T+ ~' l/ U ~7IA ~ . .. . . _ ..._.... ... ltr t ...:. ............ ner at•crr.
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50273 0459 R--ZoZotovich, G,, j t. author . ~i.4 fs5 ~ ~ S. OF E...i~~:~.a~ c,.:~ ~pa~ ~ cx1+ a: ~.r~. .e:~+vIA n wCi ...,a 'i ? { ?Oc• 7.~ ., b,~_.._ 9 s 0 t
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50273 0462 ' .V fl _--~....~-...-~.,...- '4 f . . ... ` ~ , ti C1, fi n() 0, () r, u .i Electrophoresis. 44
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50273 0452 COFFET:/ CHROMATOGRAPl1IC ANALYSIS--GAS C11ROAt4T0(;RAPHY/ 78 III Rol Sc-e ftL so 7~ _27 /?e - 7~ s. 6 - l W . Ruor.t., R. $Cr1RUDTER, -Ild L. STCIXIOF.R: Tlte isplation and conccnlration ot ~'vlatite sulntanccs Iirescnt in roastcd coffce Tov G,- ..> C tZs, `t LyS i~-I~CO 7s1 p /Ja ~ruv Nv.4,'7lel - 7._S/.4 /~'77 - P'1e/t ~d Sumniary , ;. . Various mcthods for the icolalion and conccntration of votatilc substances prescnt in roasted coffee for the purpose of Eas chroinatol;raphic analysis wctc tested with spccial rcl;ard to repruclucibitltv and tiinc rcquirrmriiZ. 'TLc combined slcam distillation/c.traclion with sub;cqurnt concentration of thc extracts i; rccommcndr;l for conqiarativc analyses of roasted coffee. The licad-spacc technique is t;uited as a rat~ill method. Fir;t results indicatc that the ratio of t.eo peak arcas is related to the quality of thc coffee. , . . e . • .. U n• i~ 0 t~ „ ~ ~ . ~.; , -- --.~ . ;
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L2!", r1 21 /• rt• ri.Rl'~ I~i "~ -' :" .~ ~ . ~, 'I: 61 ~°n'_F-;73 `~ta VfIYI lM f11 ~~ i.!~JILI:wI LT~Iu:Q?~?`J I:II;:200iI 'O~~i'~GS02.raTd'tTd tLT.XQ ?`~f•1~'Id11 QOd T.ZS~:. HS~iCi7~1~1 1, ~1i}!JZ`~O~Q~O'lZ:7i?~~ ~ 1 Enx x ehAo £czos
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50Z'13 0457 - - - ![oYraAbi 6onrapcuoq aKaAeMNx Hayn Comptes rcndus de 1'AcadCraie Cu:gare dcs Sciences Tome 24. N° 8. 19:1 %.0 /'k ~ CHIMfe 6~ ~ S P ,2- Chimit organiqut SOkE DIALKYL KETONES AS POSSIBI.E INTERMEDIATES li: THE CONVERSION OF FATTY ACIDS INTO PARAFFINS IN ROSE FLOWEP.S L M. Mondeshky, N. L hfarekov, 6. Stoyar.ova-lvanova, 0. Zolotovitch,. _ (SuDmitted by Academician I). Ivanov on February !0, l971) Higher fatty acids are an intermediary.•stabe in the biosynthesis of p2raf- fins, as revealed by studies made in the past five years. Para(fins are quite rnmmwn in NafnrP_ mzlin1v ac a nmmn.nnent oQhe. w:;xv cnalinv oi 1"vec __ / 0 6 tl - n n-o o s .....
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74 II Z1 Chemistry of Animnl Vcnoms : ~ e ~'cL 29 - Fasc. 12 E~~ 1 L. ~ ` Tl t._.,..___l-_ by Ft.tASlv'Zr:oT~[. 'k w.^ 50273 0441 l <- = ` 15. L'. 19.73 ~ Tcsiuology. Continuation of the wultid:-cf- plinan• review articles from Expnr'tentia 39 U, 1317-1334 (1973). Ikpartmcnt of Entomology and Venomous Animals, the Hebre\.• University of Jerusalem (Israel) and Biochimie. Facuttct de licdecine, secteur \ord, Marseille (France). In iecent years the field of research on animal venoms is in a stage of a constant expanzion and it has been claimed' that about 10,000 papers are published every year on this subject. This increase in the scien- tific interest for this field repre:ents a certain essential ehange in the applicati\•e as n•ell as theoretical attitude to the subject. In the past, the medical aspect of venoms scrved not only as the primary motivation but as the sole purpose of work. Ho\\-e\•er present toxinolo;y passes beyond the med ical scope and venoms are used as: tools in the study of essential physiological processes and phenomena, potential sources for ne\v therapeutic a°en'.s3t;dr,t ires_for th° :il;tl\:.t f.arinr)rnlf~.^iC.~l.-- V 6 ^J~ ,~ t tl ~1 t: by the common parameter of mice LDso, thus enabling a convenient comparison. The structure of certain toxins is prrsentcnd in Fi~ure 1. Sun•e\-ing Table I, one is impressed by the wide range and di\-er_ity of -Toups and species ef venomous animals starting from unicellu- lar organisms up to mammals including the main phyla of marine and terrestrial animals. This is accom- panied by the hetcrobeneitS• in the anatomical de\•ices for the formation and release of toxic sub_tarlcc•:, starting from the simplest forms of storage in the bod% • tissues as in case of poisonous fishes' or certain beetles' up to the highly sophisticated stinging appa- ratuses of certain arthropodsS. Highly di\•erse are alo ~~
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50273 0456 J I IN FLO WERS OF ESSENTIAL-01L ROSE SOL ~.tlt . C'l-4-w. ij~ru,~ ya: i9~s) ` Jlosna~ht 6enral~cYOq aKaaPNHH eaym Comptes rer.dus de 1'Acaddmie bulbare des Sciences _ Tome 21, {V ° 8. 1968 T6 II' Re2 :76' CHlMIE S.P. ; Chinue orgaruqut HIGHER JUTTY ACIDS AS PRCCURSOR. IN BIODENESIS OF2~RAFFINS I I N. Marekov, B. Stoianova-Ivanova, L Mondeshki, Q Zolotov(cv - (Suhmilttd by Academician D. lvanov ca May '15, J9G8) ' Higher fatty hydrocarbons are the main component of the stearopfene In Bulgarian rose oil and the wax of rose flowers. They originate from the wax which covers the epidermis of t1:e rose f1oWer. This wax coniains cer- tain other compounds with a long carbon chain: esters, alcohols, ketones, etc. In spite of the widespread occurrence of paraffins in nature, their bio- genesis his not been flroverlv elucidutFd as vet. U ntit recent)v. the biooene- f~ ,~ 0 0 0 6 i) i i 3 2 u
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r AOK11AA61 AKAAEMHH CE11bCKOX03AACTBEHHbIX HAYK A EoArAPHH COMPTES RENDUS DE L'ACADlr6ilE DES SCIENCES AGRICOL£S EN BULGARIE VOL 4 No 2 1971 ` I L _ .._...~. FORNIATE-i'C 'METABOLISM OF THE KAZANLIK ROSE (ROSA DAMASCENA M I L L.) i 50273 0455 ._ R. Decheva, 'G. -Zololovifcli lwsl!le/e for Ro:er. Aro)natle end Meriiclnar fMents - KaranriR (Subrnitted by Corresponding Me ,r.ber Y. hfilkooski on Detember 8, 1970) 0 ~ Fortnate metabolism of higher plants is scantly studied. Investigations along this line show that it, probably in the form of N10-formyltettahy- drofolate. takes part in a number of metabolic processes ac. a source of act- ive one-carbon unit 12, 3). The synihesis of N'°-form}•ltetrafolate is eff:cted by the enzyrr.e forinyltetra•hydrofolate synthetase which catalyzes the follow- ir:g reaction : Formate + ATP + tetrahydrotolate : Ih'10-iornzyltetrah;•drofolate -}- ADR + P. This enzyme is widely distributed in plants. It is found in leaves (spi- nach, peas, beans, tobacco), roots (peas, beans, •tobacco) and in rerminating seed (tomUtoe, to~ccp) ~ ~-•-.•.......oin.. in an/tnA1C and rrUCroor£,"lnisnls jl4jlC
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50273 0450 .. A ~,~...: .~~..,....~..~. a Rnsl:ev, M. CLINICAL IN:•;.!~TZ,'iTIONS ldI T}I ?'liT: I!(XCOTIttE-I'P..LE CZCA:'.LZ'IEJ hTiMA'A)'AC by ;1. P.vtt;tHv, L. 'LCgr-af:shi, azd I. Tomav (Sa6hNr Medical Insc,V::e, Soxi.c, Bulgaria) x Ra6 Nauch. Trudy Vissh. M. d. 5ofii 4-3 1•-10 (1964) - in I:uvZish '- _ :-..,-----.--,7-.- -,-, 7--..,,,-~---~- G~i
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°xatw'''.,tC13 ( t) •oti) ; ~ •x~r °n~~` °. ~ ` ,L Tod ..tw4xj ;tz4Gcqntv ( •.~~~tc~ -tniZ pcw QYT?vc{ ~uT; rs3~ t.IL'd ,l::wOg Q, U _ '.o 0 G r) 1~•/ ;~ ~ T T ~Tl• ~~jy hhh0 ELZOS '? Y /,'"'-
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50273 0458 r JjOKladbi bo.7rapcxofl aKaaeMHN H1yir ' Comptes r4ndus de I'Acadtmie bulgare des Sciences r Tome ?2, N' 6, 1969 76 1> CH1Itf1E Chlmie organique iHiGHER~fiATTY KET0;1cS AND ALCOIIOIS AS SUPPOSED INTERMEDIATES r IN rQARAFFI;J BIOSYNTIIFSIS L. Mondeshky, B. Stoianova-Ivanova, 0. Zolotovich, N. Marekov (Submitted by Atodtmician D. Ivanou on Fibruary 1. 1969) The wax cover of the petals of the essential oil rose contains several long-chain compounds, including hydrocarbons, alcohols, ketones and esters. The hydrocarbons, the chief components of this cover, ire mainly normal tven-chained, accompanied by small quantities of odd-chained and branch- chained paraffins. They originate, as has been established, from acetate 11'4J +•ia intermediatel, ; furmed higher fatty acids The latter are assumed to ,urn into -odd-chained paraffins as rollows : a j via tail-to-tail condensation of t•.vo molecules of higher fatty acid accomnained by decarboxylalion and 0 b t) 0 n o CI 8:3 i o , , ~
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50273 0464 , ~ (...._.._..i~.....~.,,i;.,..•.._...~ - ..:.- _- . _-...rr,a~.ar~.:..s..r..~.:._._..__. -- -...;.-~..~y...._ QD . 561 B Bloeniendal. Hans. I Zone electrophoresis in blocks and columns. Amstet•dam, Now York, Elsevier Pub. Co.; tsole distributors for the U. S.: American Elsevier Pub. Co., Now Yorkl 1;1G3. 219 p. illus. 20 cm. (Elsevier wonn-rnphs, 28. CLcmlatry sec- tion) Includes bibliography. Qll5G1.BG.". ~ 547.137 63-8402 j Librnry of O)ngre:,a 151 10 ISJ n 00 i; 8 :~ 6 N
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50273 0466 t t ~ QD ; 561 ; B 1 1 1 ?Q1.F4~UGIROPHORESIS .IN t3LOC1;S. AND. COLM!NS. Bloemendal, Hans. Zone electrophoresis in blocks and columns. Arnsterdam, New York, Elsevier Pub. Co.; (sole distributors for the. U. S.: American Elsevier Pub. Co., Now Xorkl 1063. 219 p. Illus. '0 cm. (Elsevier mouographs, 28. Chemtstry sec- tton ) Includes blbliography. 1. Zone electrophorests. QD5GI.BG 3 T.11pjary :',- G3-84OZ ; 44
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4 a P: S i:~~~,. Yfann, «'illiant G 5027i 0U72 Zone melting. 'N'ewYork, `j'ileyi19;,3, 236 p. lllus. 2-4 cm. (Wilep series on the science nnd technoloa5 of materials) Includes bibliography. 1. Zone rnclting. i. Title. TP1 riG.ZGP43 ~ GG0,2S1 Ubrars of Congress 15Js20t 35-i 006 j r--~-•, -~: - - :--~-~- -- -_ ---- -- -- 44 a
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. i • XXI rie-79 S.P. Die Starke • o 'Ext3erience with Emnirecai Methods ~ : for Evaluating Pressure Drop Properties N C tn of Immobilized Glucose isomerase* •'...-.-...~- [3yv0. Norsker,K. Gibson and &U~dMttanpDagsvaerd (Denmark) reActllrs. An important and often critical factor in the design and operation if fixed bed reactors is the ability of tha catalyst matcri;rl to resist bed prc+sure drop. 1\t o,t imrnabilited cmy mc pnxlucte are compressible w hrn exp+t>rd to Itrr,.urc. In :t IICCd hrd cOlumn thc f+rc.>ure drop Millincre,t.rhn+grr~,na~ wilhh~.lh.igtlt 11urr+~trr.dcfutm.+tion++f the I+.rrticle;ma~ c+mtlnue.+nhtlmc,,o this factor has lutx taken into con.ideratiun, tuu. This paper deals w ith the prediction uf prr.sure drop u.cr an bed of immobilizcd Jucn,c isomerax bY simul,rtinY different Io,:atiun; in largcr crlumm h% 1l:: helf+af.ma'ler ;:r: -aPp.lratu;. Titc et~ .•nmen- tal data anc.uhmined to.mrirtcal num.r,cal analysu;rn+d cumrared Nith rewlts frum pll.,t pl.,nt culumnv 1?-:t m txdheight!. Thc laboratory aprarat u, and c.+rrclauons +,utlincd in the pa per I+r+ti, idc a conwnient and ycick mvth+xl for cv:rlu:rtinz mcrhanicu! properties uf entymc prcparatium rclcsant for their use in industrial 0 .'S t i o fl t3 i; ti 2 9 ti 31(1)13-16 (1979) s ~ I Erlahrunc)en mit empirischen Rletlwden zur Bestimmung dcr Oruckabtalteigenscha!ten von immobilisierter Gtucoseisumerase. Einc NlchtlLe wud uft kriti,chc (;rbL1c fur den l3au und dic 1~'irl.ungst%ei>ccmcs t:i.Ihctt-Rc:r4:t~~r; i,t (lii I:iLltl ilt tlr; Kalal}- s;uunn~tcnab. d:m f)ruc{,.hl',ill un Rc.lf.tiolt,r:rurn ,tundiuh;rlt;:n Immobili>icrtcs Lnrtmm:ltcri.rl i,t mci,t untcr Druc, l,omprmucr- bur. Der Druckabf.rll in cincr Fctithcrt-}:nionnc tcil t mit dc: Paekur,gshiShc an. C bcrJic. i.r cin wcitcrer Fa!.tor in d ic C btrlceun= crniutxitchen. da es motlich i.,t, djlt die lCilchcn mit der 7at Form.er,ir.derungen untcriicecn. DicNtr Vortraj, settt sich ntrt der Vorauscage dci Druckabfalls auseinan.ier. der bei cinent R.at.tior:,h:a aus immubilisierter Glucc+se-Isamcrasc auftntt, indcm +•crschie+lcnc t>rtc in grofkrer. K.+k+nnen mit I lilfr .l lrincrcr L:+horapr.lr.tle ,imuhcrt werdrn ni_ experimcntrllen ErEchni,sc µcrd,:n durch .inc emplri>chc numeri- schcAnaly.eau.gew erlet unddcrcn 1-.rs;chni;se mit 1)atrn terclicher. dic bci Ycrsuchen in lilotanhlc.n bci ?-3 m Brtth6hc ertultcr. w•ordcn sind. 1)i¢ Lah++rapr,rr:uur mid die Korcltauonen. die ir diesem Yurtrag xorg.c.tcllt wcrJcn, strlli n cine txyurmc und reiati: schnclle Methode iur Rcwertung mcchanrscher Erecn.chaften +u- .. . . . .... ... .. ..........+L.., P....l rnr.•n ri.+r
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TS 2240 TOBACCO--GREAT BRITAIN/ 96 Zp TOBACCn--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE--GREAT BRITAIN/ 1978 50273_ 0449 a I • R.TR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 De 1978 with $necial reference to the Imnerial (;roun, B.A.T. Industries, ?tothmans International, Alfrcd An economic analysis of the British tobacco~indust y~~- de Zoete Bevan, London, Gt. Brit., 139+ p. (June 1978) (in English) ~mainumn'W"lu THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY (IN THE UNITED KINGDO?4). ; , Dunhill, Gallaher, Molins, Sicmssen Hunter. Topics discussed include U K consumption duty advertising . countrieson Packaging International , Mard. sex and age-group, U.K. rates of tobacco duty, net revenue from tobacco duty, U,K, tobacco imports, tar and nicotine ~vields of cigarettes, tobacco consumption in various ~ tobacco substitutes, the U.K, cigarette market, exnorts. Additional information incl*-ded covers U.K. consumption of tobacco products, statistics of smoking analysed by . . . , breakdou•n of prices and costs, smoking and health,
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. TP 155 N Zone melting. Schoen, Herbert hSartin, 1928- ed. New chemical engineering separation techniques. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1962. xi, 439 p. illus., diagrs., tables. 24 cm. (Interscience library of chemical engineering and processing, v. 1) Includes bibliographies. 14 44
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50273 0467* ~ ~~71 Zone melting. Herington, Ernest Frederick George, 1914-- 7ono melting of organic compounds. New '!'ork, Wiley i19G3, viii, 102 p. dlagra. 23 cm. Bibliography: p. 153-155. 1. 7Aroe ineit(ng. 2. Chemistry, Organic. [TP156] 660.284 G3-G902/CD Printed for Card Div. G ) ISbrary of Congivs9 (4•1i .i e
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« 50273 0479 e. V jt au 262 Synthetic organic chemistry ibyj Romeo B. Wagner jand3 W Harry D. Zook. New York,lViley ~1953j 887 p. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. ; . Zook, Harry D.- :. . QD Wagner, Romeo B thor. n. TIUe QD2G2.N24 ~ 7~ 547 G2--12•l49 I Llbrary of Congress iG;3X2Oi . . , .. ,... .,.i... --•-
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het • ioine retitiitig;' v. ;4'L TP 9 '~ En' 1963 50273 0475 G'i l } r. ~ rz Ar ..•'G.. .• l'6 .... l!y t ) \'tvCn::a Fn L:a,.t• .... ti-:-I ~ edftna:: r!:.~:t'iT: ?'p. --.~. _ . ..t:.. _ . .t • f ~ tt % n V • 2.I i u-4 • 27 cm. CC.a«c-A.~.n . "'• :- A tn P 3.a":',.-? °_.L"•! w.ror.c...--.~w++c..a~'.4e!+..~T!.-.!...a
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Ref. Q 123 Le Zoology----Dictionaries. Log~,.~ic:h, A. k*. A DZCTTC*!Al:Y OF Z40:,OCY. 50273 0487 1967 319 pp. D. ti"ail t.ocrra7d Co. grinceton, P:aa Jerzey C3
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50273 0470 . .~ PURIFICATION/CllEt-tISTRY, I'dORGAtvIC--PURIFICATIOV/ADSORPTION/Cf?RO?4AT0Gr.AP}IIC A?.ALYSIS{ ION T:XCIIANGE/DIFFUSION/CRYSTALLIZATION/ZONE MELTING/RECTIFICATION/CIIE'1ICALS--STORACE. QD . 151, ~ UDC: 54-482 1469 METHODS OF PRODUCING SUPERPURE INORGANIC SUBSTANCES Complete translation of Russian-language book by. B. D. Stepin, I. G..Gorshteyn, G. Z. Blyur.l, G. ri. Kurdyumov, and I.-P. 0globlina; Leningrad, Metody Plucheni a Osobo Chist kh Neorganicheskikh Veshchestv, 1969, 480 pages JPRS S3256 U.S. Dept. Co-,mterce, Nat. Tech. Inform. Serv. CONTENTS I June 1971 PAGE PREFACE . ............... ..................... .......................... 1 IMPORTANT Dr.FINITIONS .................................................. 3 IhTRODUCIION ........................................................... 5 CHAPTER I Classification of Compounds. Superpure Compounds....... 13 C}IAPTER IT Ef,fec~ o~........... Forei n Contami;iant~~•on Supei~p~srification . ~ n Proce.~se 1.~~". ............................... `.. . . . 2R 4 f
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1 . 1 50273 0481 . I r r L s . _ ~ DIRECTORIES, INTERIZATIONAL/BIO_LOGY/BOTANY/ZOOLOGY/ ENTOMOLOGY/ Founded 1877 100th Anniversary Edition Y REF Q 143 Ar 1978 THE NATURALISTS' DIRECTORY -`- ~.K AND ALMANAC ; Compilcd and•Edited by (II\'TEPNATIONAL) ROSS 11. ARNETT, JR., Ph.D., A.R.P.E. 43rd Edition- Professor of BioloBy (Complctc Edition) Siena College, Loudonville, New York (1979-1980) .; ' ' V"ORLD NATURAL IIISTORY..PUBLICATIONS V .. .. . . ., . . ; '~ 13iQ.Dillon Hciihts Aven•l.:c,,e. -1~altimore, T:D,212r28 USA _ ~ . . . t
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50273 Ot147 73 XI Fo-76 l _ S.P. TOBACCO--GREAT 3RITAIPi/ TOZACCO--NIANUFACTURE /LYO TRADE-- (,REAT BRITAIl1/ ,...,,...._.,.,..,._., RJR CLASS I10. RAMRllLET 73 XI Fo - 76 s.p.' . ,._ : de !o^te f, Be van, Lr)ndon(, Gt. Bri t. THE 10B/1CCU Mf;iJSTRY: A REVIEW. de Znete F< f:evan, 123 p., London, Gt. Prit. (GecemSer 1974) - In English Detaileci s•tcc,~ brokers reviFw of the tobacco indir:try of Great f.ritain, including cNnorts. C?eviev.s the• varinus companies: Ir;meriai Groun, rallaher, R,othmai;s I0.: rnationul ,<,1 fr_^d E)u_nhill, P. J. Carrc?l l, i;ritish-American Tobacco, l~.fl:, ti1, T_Oha.cco Secul'ities TrUst, and Sier~ssen Elunter. Also includes info),r~ation on 'subsidiaries of E'ritish Am4rican T^hacco Corioany outside Great Britain, and similar informafiio:; frir r~ther l5;itish ccmpanies, as arcll as inform~ation on brands and their market shares, sc.oLing statist-ics, etc. ~ ~
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50273 0490 REF Z 665 En 1982 ZOOLOGY--LITERATURE/ ENCYCLOPEDIA OF LIBRARY AND INFORMATION SCIENCE Executive Editors VOLUME 33 ~ ALLEN KENT WELLESLEY COLLEGE LIBRARY TO JAY E. DAILY ZOOLOGICAL LITERATURE: A REVIEW ~ Assistant Editoc ~ WILLIAM Z. NASRI t ~ • r , •; •1 z :- MAR~EL~'DtKKE'R,'INC'., IVewYA •'ga`sel ~ ..r.r...~ .......~- .._..~.__ _... -
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50273 0483 I c?ya=, Bohdcn S. (cd.) Ar~RzcP,~'r i~FE~t;r.E dOo:~s Ar~~vl:~- IS'70, Vvl.. 1,2 ~ 1970 Librarl" UalimiCcd Zuc. 2 vo". Littxcttsu, Cu1orado I t
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50273 0489 : ~ p :i I Zoolcgy--Lstin rnoaleacl.ata.re. Pennak, Robert William. Collegiate dictionary of zoology. \eNr York, Ronald Press Co. t13G41 vi, 5S3 p. 23 cm. 1. Zoology-Dictionaries. i. Title. QL9.P4 ~~ '' 590.3 G1-13331 Library of Congress t5t . v .~ I I
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50273 0482 QL 463 Tr Traitc elo zoo~Lwiv; .uicitoniie, 51'Steniatique, hi„logia Puulic sotls l1 clirection de Pierrc-P. Grltssc. Paris, Masson, 19F- tv. 1,19521 i I ' - f 0 ='i ' 3 v. Illns. (part col.) 26 cm. Includes bibliographies. C,ovrr~rs.-t: 1:-Yr„tozalres. 2 v.- tt-4:-i'lntheiwinthes. N4mertiens. NOnathelrulnthes. Rotit~?res.- t. 9-10. Insectes.-,t~ll._~chinoderuies, EMmocordEs, procorMs.- t. 15. Olsenu<. 1. Zoology. r. Grass6, Ylerre P., 1S0•;- ed. Qr,45.Ti ~ 590 4J-2S33 rev• Library of Congress ir.c11 6 a>I ii () ~i iI u i~ J a , _,,
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. . . , . . 50273 0460 QH MICROSCOPE AND MICROSCOPY/ /ELECTRON rtICROSCOPY/ 211 Ii 1976 SCANNING ELECTRO',IPff CROSCOPY/1976/II ProceedinCs of the k'ORKSHOPS ON BIOLOGICt.L APPLICATIONS OF THE SCANNING & SCANNING TRANSMISSI0N ELECTF.ON MICROSCOPE Part V- Advances in vdiomedical Applications of the Scanning Electron Microscope Part VI- Sr,,dnning Electron Microscopy in Reproductive l'tsioloPy Part VII-V'?1 ht Sciences Applications of the ScantinE Electron Microscope Part VIII-olop,ical Applications'of the Scanning Electron Microscope: April 5-9, 1976 edited by Om Johari & Robert P. Becker Sponsored by IIT RESEARCH INSTITUTE, Chicago, Ill. Sessions held at Four Seasons Sheraton Hotel, Toronto, Canada i, u
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50273 0491 ' Zoologyr--noMenclta ture. r Q Jaeger, Edlnund Carroll, 1887- 123 A source-book of biological names and terms. Illus. by J Tierle Gish and the author. 3d ed. Sprin ;field, 311.,'1'homas 119551 xxxv, 317 p. lllus. 25 cm. 1. IIlology-Terminology. Library of Congress ~ r' [r(lJli% ... }w~. rC.
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50Z73 0495 ___.~,..__._..._....-- -=.~._..,.~ Wobatc3r, ; o5~i xNTz:UD;:•v,7:o:3 T0 R:^3,41I i9'r 0 04 I'Cryc~s Gmbridgo Uuir•e:sity prosa L4.adou ,- ~,.-..-,...,~..~,.~..„-.~ ..
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III Du -79 S.P• rina1 Re o; &--' 50273 0474 ~ 2 A t~ Contract No, FA_WA.4i8j (`0 ~:A AH. D I A T I MC J A ugust 1963 . ~ Q I i- Project Number 2Qg_3ft Prepared for fMC1:AL faVtATiOPJ AG":P.fCY JYSTEFAS RirSCt31;Ci-1 ANc? DeVELOPiaENT Sw :V1e:E gY . 2)SPACci SC1"nl`,:Cl-:S LABORt1TORY 1i L~ P.O. 00 : l3555, Phi(edctiOhia s~; Ivc^5a ~L:UZ7 l 1 TIJIf• E 0 n o 0 8 s* 4 6 . , H ,
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50273 0488 ' 210 Zoology--Gerraan-Engiish dictionaries. ~ A Artschwag*er, Ernst Friedrich, 1SSJ- + Dictionary of biological equivalents, German-l;nglish, by Ernst Artschwager ... Baltimore, The 11'i1liams .i Wilkiwi company, 190"0. 230 p. Incl. G p1. 24 cm. Descrlptive letterpress on versos facing- the plates. ~ "Refet•ence books and related (lictionnrlcs": p. 21. 1. B1o1oty-llicttouurics. 2. (terimu, lun~ua ~- Ll~ tionarlcs ];u; . lish. 2. l:nglish l:,usu7aL -Licllwu~rl~n-l;er,uan. 30-1S2i4 2..:A(oflr v: t~s4--•-~m ^~ l11l1$.Ai ~"" t4Su21 5i0.3
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50273 0493 _... . ' t .a.,~~~.-.. ~._.. ~._.........~~.a.....~....._- .. ~~....Et.r. ~..-... t_~.. ....... ~...c. ...~..~..~.-...~ r.a~-. - _ • s.wr..~ . 7 1 2oology--sorial publicr;tions--nibliog;•aphy. QD 6 U. S. Lt'brary of Conyresa. Scienee Division. Biological sciences serial publications; a world list., 1950- 1954. LCompiled by John Henry Richter and Charles P. Daly of the Science Bibliographic Section, Prnrared under the sponsorship of the National Science Foundation. Pbila- delphia, Biological Abstracts, 1955. 2(m D. 87 cm. 1. Blology-PerfoA.-B1hl, 1. 'I'i l lo, 7,KZn1 TTK9 IAbrary ot Congress niA N74MS KK--l1(Nl5l 9 ,. . . . . . . .. . . . _ . , • .
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50273 0473 ~ Qn ZO~L'~M1•'~~*K~41~flACAtILt,.~,Q~OL^~S ~ 271 H Herington, Ernest Frederick George, 1914- Zotio melting of organic compounds. New York, Wiley t1'J6:;1 2 v(it, 1(32 p. diagrs. 3 cm. I3f b1 tography : p. 153-155. ~ 1. Zone metting. 2. C9iemtqtry, Orgnnlc. fTP756? ~.. C60.284 634MCI) ?rintc4 tor Card Lt.. I.Ibrnry of CmKeis9 ~ r4-tt ~'n 0 . ~ 3 s ~ S 44
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50273 0468 Qb 471 R Zone puniv==Ken. , ==o r""`~~c:Tth'1.FtIµ:N 7.L'R ~ : .~`.FIF's~ : Ti:i~. o h~~ND 2. voxachriKo c+vx r't:ys3.'.:a; 3-ncr:on C1iexW r' ~^•~ lij~..~J VEsu 7, l'r7(G't:]Ci'1 vG17erC.t;•621 W110CL• Wr C~~ • ;~' ~ .~. ~.~.v'r':,`' t~^'r ,i:f• li~i1v1C1R~.~~':+i1 C'l ~i:.o;t~..l", .C C .. !~I?._ rht;sjFJt:~°e A Sc:rtos ai Voi• 2, i-„!rt. ..V . 7 Q r,`7 j,. ..-.........vr.q.~ .~-,.~--....... .-.... ++a-..... . .ywe+a...y-r~+.w.a-.~~+r.z..•'++w..... 0:10 () 00 i.j .'~, S4u . . .. ;.. . ,. .~ . . . ~ . . ,. _ .
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QD 6 Us Zoology---Bibliography. 50273 0485 tzott1e, )t. T. (ed.) Ti(.: lia}: 01- EiOLC,GICAL LIIF.EZATURL', edited by R. '.!'. £c;Lcle ;and It. V. FFya.".t. 19 :6 2;5 i:. l uti:e~ue~ r_i s Lonclon . ~ -- ~1
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+ 50273 0492 ; QK " 83 ~ S Z oo 1 o l;lr--Nomin c tatu re . Savory, Theodore Horace, 1896- Naming the living world, an introduction to the principles of biological noinenclature. New York, Wiley (1962, 128 p. 21 cm. j 1. Biology-Nomenclature. r. Title. ; ~ QH83.S3 ~, 574.01-1 63-5505 X 4 Library of Congress `~~ t7-It -, .~...-.
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50273 0476- 4 i I TA 183 Ri 1976 tONING/NOUSTr(;/ ~ r `~ `~ ~ "~ ~ ~ c ~? r~ `~'~~C~'~=;~ 0 (~l Dan K. Richardson Regulating Housing Development in the Coa stai Zone CENTER FOR URBAN POLICY RESEARCH ~ RUTGERS-THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW JERSEY j -NEW BRUNSWICK, NEW JERSEY ~ tf- ~ • rs v ~: U - -
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' Jour. 'Arn^_r. Diet. XX tteF-C-24Q~-74 -. ASSOc. (3) 225-31 (1968) rteek for Al Johnston ' MineraZ Com~~ os ii iQn .[.- ' QI Fruits"2 ELIZAITETTI CA'2MS ZOOIi, ANf? JOANNA LEIIII_i,\\3 Autnan Nulrition P.cscorch Dit•ision, Agrictzllurol Y•cavurck Scrrict, U. S. DcpartuienC of Agricuaure, 11. 1~itrogen, Calcium, Magnesium, Phosphorus, PotaVssium, . Aluminum, Boron, Copper, Iron, Manganese, and Soaiurn . . ! . . Bellsi-iUt, 3Tarylanri - . : 'eReST 7": Tr:F: mineral content of foods and diets trographic analysis. Sodium and potassium content* ~ incrcased as knowledge of the role of minerals were determined by flame photometric analyses and enzymc syste*as has augmented the list of miner- manganese, tc-I en present in appreciable quantities etsential in human, anir.t°1, or plant metabolism (pineapples and some berries) by colorimetric f as increasir.e nun:bers of trace elements and analysis. ir cor.centrations in the environment have been The spectrographic analytical system used was died This ~ er ^espnts data on t} e contents essentialh• t~te direct current arc ercitation me`hod P P• P ~ nitrogen, citlcium, . .
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50273 0461 ~ Co 1-8 0 S, P,/ - J. Med. Chem. 1l80. 23. 372-375 Synthesis and ~ntitumor Activity of Cyclophosphamide tlnalogues. 3 t . Preparation, Molecular Structure Determination, and Anticancer Screening of Racemic cis- and trans-4-Phenylcyclophosphamide Victoria L Boyd0QelrW Zoo„! Vicky L. Hitne9, Department oj Chemistry, The Catholic University o/ Anuriea, Wahinston, D.C. 20064 Judith K Stalick, Alan D. MigheU, Center /or Materials Science, National Bureau of Standarda, Washington. D.C. 2021/ an,iNenry V. Secor 'Gp Morris Research Center, Richmond, Virginia 23261. Received October l, 1979 \ Cyclization of racemic 3-amino-3-phenyl-l-propanol with bis(2-ehloroethyl)phosph(,ramidic dichloride gave a dia- stereomeric mixture of 4-phenylcyclophosphamide 13). which was chromatographically separated into the faster and slower eluting components. A combination of IH/41P NAIR and iR spectral data indicated that the faster and slower racemates correspond to cis-3 (mp 129-130 °C) and trans-3 Imp 112-114.5 °C), respectively. The molecular stsucture of the former compound was determined by X-ray crnstallo¢raphy and thereby unamhiguouslv estabiished the eis relationship between equatorially disposed phenyl and P=U substituents in a chair conformation. These results confirm the stereochemical assignments for cis- and trans-3 which have been independently deduced by Y. E. Shih, J. S. Wang, and C. T. Chen I ffeterocycles. 9. 1277 (1978)). Anticancer screening tests acainst L1210 lymphoid leukemia in mice have revealed that. while both diutereomers of 3 afford toxic metabolites: trans-3 led to therapeutic activity and cis-3 did not. The relevance of these findings to results reported for 4-methylcyclo- phosphamide and cyclophosphamide is briefly discussed. . b i t n 1~ i rF U~i .S` .S v , , . T t! 4 ,
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50273 0498 TP _ 370 Un Zootoxins PD.DL UnivexfsiCy of Wiacouaf.., College of Agricultural and Life Sciences, Food Research InsCitute FOOD RESF.ARCH x1NISTI'TUTE ;9=: AIr'ir•UAL REPO.^•.i FOR 5* bi THE I'0.^.0 RE;F.4RCH INSTITUTE OF TH8 U:lIVF.P.SITY OF WISCON,IN 1968l C=1, '7cv 117 Pagea N`~sdisorn, STieconsin < Q,-1-m- ~1. s7 ~~ ll ~i v
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7-1 Ti •CLk LAITF._ I• ~II. C![I:"'rT?fFF:4*'1 50273 0506 A^t _ . . T'iOT. A~tC•T1c:-t: 1t:1 C}i:,•t fc Socie~at}• o rr,'':i;~ scc•I~, ., a ~~• , e ,, 7~~pe l~o, S?.., Side ]. "P1e:. &i1C1 ~SU~CCilTi fi~' 0 , i i 3 t J n 6 lf e: .~ -/ ,.;
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50273 0494- . j Zi3 V t; Zoo1o~--3aria1s. Brown, Charles Harvey, 1875- Scientif ie serials; chnraicteristics and lists of most cited publications in mathematics, physics, chemistry, geoloTy, physiology, botany, zoolory, and ei~toimology. 11'ith a scc- tion by Roger V. Iirumm. Chicago, Association of College and Reference Libraries,1056. xiv, 189 p. 25 cm. (ACRL monograph no. 16) Bibliography : p. 155-153. 1. Science-Period.-Bibl. r. Title. (Series: Association of College and Reference Libraries. ACItL monographs, no. 16) Z674.A75 no.16 ;-r% 016.505 56-11247 Library of Congress `=z 157d2101 4
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, 50273 0496 VI Re9-77 S,P. ALVEOLAR-ARTERIAL OXYGEN PRESSURE DIFFERENCES AND TISSUE PARTIAL OXYGEN PRESSURES IN NITROGEN DOOXIDE EXPOSURE. Die aiveolo-arterielle Sauerstoffspannungsdifferenz und der Geiti,ebe-Sauerstoffpartialdruck bei NG2-Belastung _ YDI-Berichte Nr. ?47,1875, Von OAted. Dir. Or. Hans Zorn',~ • lnstitut Gir Organische Chemic. Bictchemie und ls c i c~ or~nung der Untversitat ` ~:uttt;art NOj and Y(NO. N02)-mixtures with air lcadk direc•th• tn a c•lrnnttc n(lumi(mc- tion and 02-uptake in blood. Some hours after c"n.atinn in highc•r cnnccntrntinns of NO,. F(N0. N02 ) for a longer time an unpctircrcnr of Oruprnke hecausc of change o,( tissue. The relation of dose and cni•t•t .(or 0.5 to 20 ppm NO2 on c!i((e•rrnt lunQjunction-paramcters and 02-partial pressuc in hrain of di(Ji•rent mtimnlspccies N•a.c mttJe out and rnmparevd with h' ypnxie In hciclhts. Beside the additice ltppnxic ci%•t7 njCO and NO; was prnrcd. It'itlt that inccstigations it was possible to show that lack o/•oxi•ut•n. hntr causc•d At, 1. pptn Q~; ii () 'Os'pt oost nr t/urivlj theijirct•hen l!a}•s, the sctntc as lack of oxygen in 700 m hcigltt. !t is nnf pussihlc tm make furthcr
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. i . So2-73 0477 SPONTANEOUS CANCER IN ;7.OO,.ANT1._I.ABOP.ATORY ANIMALS/ PREVALF.NCE b TYPES OF CANCER IP: ;DO:IESTIC ANI2IALS : CO?'PARATI~IE ONCOLQGY/ t- ATT LFUI:ErtIA--ETIOLOGIC APID EPIZOOTIOLOGIC ASPECTS/ CANCER--ANIrtALS/ANItIALS--DISEASES & PESTS/ ANNALS OF THE ',\'EW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Vol.varr 105, aRT. 3 PACES 617-1326 RC 262 Ne 1963 EPIZOOTIOLOGY OF C:t\C[:R IN A\'I'MALS CousuJtiug Editoi IIAas rlElEx r.dtro. HAP.4LD E. WHIPPLE NEW YORK PUTLlSHED BY T1rL AC:1 DDlY November A, 10M ......,,.,.,... ~. ~i~~..i~.r~urn -: 'ti t~~ti uvcv .~ . ......_- 1E' I C) r~ ~ Ci C~ 6 ~; :~ %~o
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r ~ VI 50273 0503 + r• r si ~noncly K.~ _ uY~~~:~ hIl't:RGiS:1DSZE1~ 1'+l};OiliT scr~i~qu^ntit:ati-w rrmicro"O;hod for th3 cto wsr~~in.^.ticzi of lacotirLo. ), bx cnd c^.:2i J. 1y2+C'Yo i:ierlotes Orvor,tn~or!an~ il, 536.3~ (Octcb,r 1959)- in livnw3rian Eiitn i~3rrrr~:~ su n,-sx v~
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50273 0508 QA 76- Zu 1979 COMPUTERS/ DataAcquisition and Cont4ersion Kma,"Idbook A Technical Guide to A/D and D/A Converters and Their Applicatio_ns Ed ted by~u9eqkg 3~yCf1,`3 f1„e0"nYd n> ad Il r.4MrT HOUI.EVARn MANSFIF.LP. MASSACHCSETTS a2Wr 7 G~ V, 0o0 0 3:~ ~1 ()
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50273 051.5 BF 30 Zu ~ 1979..~ SONS Ncs Yat Toroeto Londoo Sydoey SENSES AND SENSATION/PERSONALITY/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING HABITS/ SENSATION SEEKING: Beyond the Optimal Level of Arousal :~._.,-• :.:_. . ,MARVIN.IUCKERMAfV ' ~ University-ol Dalaware -7 012 LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1979 HiA"le, New Jeney D071U"'ED lY TME NALETED FEESS DIVISION OF JOHN M7LEY ! ,-{- )'~? ( 0 ,~ cj G) r) 0 G )3 3 a ~ ) ~ 1
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82 III Zu lt:littd Stcces L~r~rt; :r.t of t}.^ Ir.tcricr Cc_-lcZ;icci Survcy ChcM:ea1 ar.a1^Sis o_ ES~~Cca1 sc-P Ies from the Eastern h^ited StZtes Ey 50273 0505 Charles C:-.an, S. LyrLn Colc^an, Linda EragS Fctricia ?. Kerr, l:athleen !f. :.ozcy, Fredcrick 0. Si.^..on, Jack 3. Rowe, Jack H. *:ed1in and Ferrest E. b;alker Oper.-f i1e F•e, ort 79-655 (/97y) 1,4 7 ,~c'o.,~ ~~-zoa,~ C~y~'~l This report is prclir.in.ry and hSs not been edited or rc•vlewcd for cc-nfnrr..itv with U.S. Gc~1eFi.a1 Survey standards and no.!enclature. O•X_ d97elc Coo,00Z.4,~ n c1 0 23 WS 7 7
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50273 0511 XXI `DIH-ZUCKERAUS'fAUSCHSTOFFE,- Tei1 la. Me (1969) run.gard, G. UY.i; ZUC=F.E4JSTl:USCFSTQItI?F.. Tcfl Ie. tL1,r,DHEIhES Utwll FRUKYOSE I. (SuSar Substitutes. la. Ganaral and Frmctoao 1.) Iseut. Apoth. 20 (t2o. 5) 190-197 (1963) 1 0 ~1 / i ii 3 C7 . . . . :, . . . : ~ . .. . , . .. .. . .. .
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50273 0518 AIATO`tY, HUMAN/ Zu 1977 , M ~Eqs of T'i ie Johns He.~~~an.s> wuu u uuu u 11 I mc%t~oa w The Johns Hopkins University Press • Baltimore and London George i3. Zuidemia, M.D. L;~ s t~~3 r~ ~~ Ct 3 ,.
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50273 0517' ' 'Luf-fanti, "airerio,- 3~-`08-• - jt au Luder, William Fay, 1010- The electronic theory of acids and bases, by 11". F. Luder .. nnd Saverio Zu11'anti ... New York, J. 1Yiley & sons, inc.; London, Chahman & Ilall limited t1946, ia,16,5 p. dlagrs. 22 cm. Bibliographical foot-notes. 1. Chemistry, Physical and theoretical. 2. Acids-Bas(citsd r. Zuffanti. Sati•erto, 1908- ljoint author. u. Title. QD477.LS 1946 ; --, 541.37 46-7810 Library of Congress ti3f'3t ~..,..~., V c~ ~ 1)• o il l! 93 ij 9
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so273 0519 COMPUTERS/ QA 76 Be 1981 . i: HP 1000 Computer Trends Proceedings of the Firs0turopean HP1000 Users Conference April 7-8, 1981 Noordwijkerhout. The Netherlands Edited by MATTHIIS BEEKMAN, ALBERT VAN PUTTEN and P'-tF~ ~. ~ U EA~A; W reWL7fi7VAa R..dhook. Led Fmc Lane North. CMrbey. Surr.y I I OL" 7 !i I ;I .../ ~ 1 _. _ . . ~. . I
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50273 0512 XAI "`DIE 7.TiCK1:RNISTA?iSCPSTnFFE: 'Feil lb. Me - FRUlt2Y~SE"°2=b~lt Y~ITEICIEILD7A1'S'fOFFV'EC1~S1'~ DE? (1969) -.FRUKTOSE`: "° T:emgard, G. DIE ZUCRE?1-11.USTA7JSCii yTO:TF.. Tail 2b. FT.UIt'.`03E 2- L~.»'Z 125T~irc,;tael~It:'h°E3I`~itavt?S.'-.F. DET. FF~U:,%TOJLr• (Suscx Subotk$ uCes. 1t:, ffructoae 2. xutemed:okq 3:atabolism of rtucw-se.) I:d:Eti. Apbtli. 1~~ (t:o. 6) 230-Z34S (L9VE) c:> U~ Cf U 3 s~i ~
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3vZ5 50273 0427 XX tao F-P--395-73 PhytopatholoFy 63 (9) 1211-12(1973) ~ j j!rl'hcrit3nce of I oleranec to a Pep)ter independent studies 2t iiclte Glade and Gainec.ille to t f th t I f A' t P%f v t~ s t a to : Virus i~~ Flurida / s~ptcrty~c~ 19731 !~ Zt'tt r~nd A A Cook SA° rans cr e o er nce o s o crr t1!~ pepper breeding lines and to determine the mode of inheritance of Such toleraiice, All thc virus cultur s u::ed in thesc studics µ• ~ e ere U Assisizr.t Professor. UUni;f rsit}•.;, p,r F InridC. foricinally isolatcd from naturally infected p!ants crowinc _Aerjcuttcr~l _FLy.•earch's:x! E_du;:+tron ~nier, ftcl!Gt:tde•,, ~ ~33 .3U :n the Uelra}• 13eaeh, aeh, rtorida. farntin~ area. Stock virus 3.3U: and t'rutessor. 1'Innt, F'sthoh+gy DcpartrnentJ'sultures wcre maintained in su.ccpttblc pepperculrisars _Unis~erstt}• of flurida. Gainesville 32GQ1.- ~ndJor tobacco (.ti'lroiiarta lahacrnlt L.). Test pro~:nies The at:,hors ackno«Icd_~e the assistance of W. L: ~ consisted of all of the plants obtained from indi~idual _ l.ough of ferrr \lorsc Secd Co. . . fruits. Journal Scr,c~ Paper No. 4813 . I he tolerant Av plants were crnssed with piants of the The to.c:ancc ef '4,eiar', a pcpper (Capsrcunr a.rnr/unr) flAV-susceptiSle cross 1^lorida 23-1-7 X Yolo Y(231'), eultitiar trem Hralll. to a GIScase caC.cd by a vtrus tentat,velv 2nd brccdinc lirr_s Florida 9-S-3 (9-ti)and Horida 23-1-7 dcsicnatc,! "pepper r.,ott._ .rri:," w.,z iour,.d to resuh from a (23). Plants of the F, ceneratiorn of the crosses Av X 23Y single (nunors.ou,r reccss:,e cene. 1olrranr plZnts rrmarned ~ or thc recipro_a, ~ uere b:+ck-eros~cd %:ith A%•...nd _31'. Fjsympto:n<„ furc.i 4 wcc1..o fter mcculuuon but L tcr r!.+elo(+cd pror.cnirs s~cre uht;uncJ froru sclf-f+,+titnat,ur.s ot tolcrant i n,ild m.,:ti: on the ini•:ul:•tcJ anJ lu++cr ststcnrcatlc inlrclcd kascs. Su,_ct+tl!+tc piant, u'c+;lop cd ~r+crc n:uttl; s~r.+p toms f'2 plants from thc crosses Av X?3Y and .Zv X 9-S. •itd:in a ar.k. Sc,,rcc.rtn+n trnr susccf+:ibrt,ty in tcst prokrnrs to Pi.3nts H'ere itiocu)ated in the tt:ree- to four-lezf stag:. TcpGcr r.rattte >.ires and uni!orm re,ret.,nce of simi!ar progenies The leal6'e< <+ere dusted liti•htly with Carbnrundum and 6 earL•c: s+tC,:. to tn!,•,,;o etch a:.d p,,;:+to Y suus was rubbed with a fin;;cr ot a stcrtl: polvurethanc fo:+m pad eonsiJcrc3 adJcr,o,;it c6dcncc that pcpF.r mottle sutu is dippcd in crude sap front infcct,_d ^l.tnts. All tcst planrs disrinci fr...n bua: ol the,e s,ru%es. v:cre s.,ros+n in tt c+:rcenh+i;tv :+r.d :!ir:+sccl rn'r'ic :•1:' t.~r . . c . . ~
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50273 0514 $a 11 Ey~l Marital Compatibility in Sensation Seeking p• ' Trait as a Factor in Marital Adjustment • t . , -'Ilda V. Ficlur, PAD, Marviu Zuckmnart, PhD and Michael Neeb '; Jour. of Sex & Marital Therapy, Vol. 7, No. 1, Spring 1981 pp. 60-69 ABSTRACT: Thirty couples seeking therapy for marital problems were matched with 30 control couples and compared on the Sensation Seeking Scale (SSS) and the Marriage Adjustment Questionnaire (MAQ). The therapy subjects scored lower on the MAQ than thc controls. Thc correlation between spouses on the SSS total score was higher in the control than in the therapy group. Males were generally higher than their spouses in the control group, but in almost half of the couples in the therapy group the females' scores equalled or exceeded those of their spouses. These differences in the therapy group were associated with certain features of the cases. Sensation seeking is a trait c(efined as: "the need for variety in sensations and experiences and the wi(imingness to take risks for the sake of such experience (p. 10)1. Research on this trait has centered around the Sensation Seeking Scale (S,~S: orr?I1l='-IFo~ I~s, ~irn~V'6 and has revealed good reliability and p~ e~t,ens ve corrcratton with life experience, volunteering behavior, membership
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50273 0499 ~7[1•1dt . 'p..<_,. , - /. d ~ ~ ~ r; ,- ~' ~ r ~ ~; ' ~ati : `:, Via, vau ~~~ L, , - fiaymu'nt~ ~: xo;>pot~i Techr.icz','! :nninc, Xeror. Corr.ar~tior,, Ncv: York " -~' ( t,~°"•~, ~' ~ r~ "_~~ ri C`a iy ~.,v~ L~ ~ ii C Lr'Z ll kl C~J~ L! ~~[~ c~? t
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! f; . ttJ~..K~a~.~ - ...w...ia...•_~..._v.~,>...3."~' •-.........a....~..a.as::.irr.lw -r , tn r~T uZ*.~ .;ti;{f :-,a I;a}o-,~~.•_.% :d11v .., ., . i:.'.'i ~ . ~~~^nT2'3k~~P LtY ~~ •~ 'rlT ~t:'~ ~ SW~ex 6 0 S0 ELZ0S N'3JI`R17IV Q[-'11 h-F , s7u Dun.xx;Xtz ITn
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50273 0510 72 x ?.u SMrKItiG I1 t%BITS--ST!:TISTICS/10BACCO--SM:,`Klhi..-StIn? :Y/ ALCOHCLISM/ RJR CLASS '70. I'A%:Yiii.ET 72 X Zu Zuck&r.,-ii.-*%; Horn, N. V. (?'.ichiK:..n State L'niv. , Dep. Psychol., East L_nsir.g, `Lj ch. , U. S.) SI.",LI::G S OCIr:L S:YLC'Pt;:v: AND Oicf',L BEHAVIOR; l;::I::l:I:d; AND S':•JKItiG IN :)OLESCE':CE. Quart. Jou--. Stud. Alc. 33 (No. lE:) 193-97 (1972) (in Cnglish) Y' :1. ?_°72. :, ~7^_7^ 0 ~} ; 0 n Ci 0 il J, :', 2
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50273 0516 ' 1 .~: ... ~~< . As:erican Inatituto of Chs-cical. Enginaere PtlASt; EQt]I.LIBRIA ArxD C11.S MI~'TUP.RS PROPERi`TF:S, Eclitod by David Zuc5l;evitch and fiobert H. So:tn,aoa (Chemics.2 L•'ng3nsc: xu.g Pra;3-?cyan f;yiLgoaiir„t Seriez Vol. 64, t~. 88, 1568) 1968 At...tps,. Y,~..ta~~... ..a Cnznic4&1 g:uJaCtF~` ~ 107 P&ecR
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502-73 0497 VI Re -77 - S.P: 9 HYDROXYPROLINE IN URINE AS AN INDICATION OF NITROGEN DIOXIDE RELATED COLLAGEN DAMAGE IN THE RESPIRATORY ORGANS : VDt-Berichte Nr. ?470975) f~P- "/~_ s Das H3rdrohyprolin im Urin als 1WIa13 fur die NO*2-bedingte I{ollagcnschadigung der Atmungsorgane Von Dr.loachim Lindncr•) und O. Mr<d. Dir. Dr. Hans Zorn••j Zutammcnfac.ung Das StirkstnJlillnxid bc•tvirkt sc•hnn in klt•iram Kem:rwrettir,nrn .fi•inqe%vehfie•h etarhK•clchne {i•riituli•run(lrn der Koflu- (j ti f) (1 f3 0 lnstitut L Arbcitsmcdizin, Tiibingcn (Dir. ProL Dr. 11. Wcichardt) Institut L Organ. Chcmic, E3iochcmic u. Isotopcnforschung, Stuttgart (Dir. Prof. Dr. F. Effcnbcrgcr) Summary Rhsurnrt Fit en snta/l r nnre nrrurinn.c nf NOi rffec•ts chartNes of "kulla,ye•n and rlasrin-struc- hrre.c„ rjsntafle•.ct rurni/Ic•utk:n.e cs(re•.epira• tnrt• trurt. Per.cnns or onioucLs hm•c• hrtthrr eatabolicnt of kollaqcn and Irirthcr cortcen-, trcrtirnt.s in trrin. 77:r rrlcnina cJ NOi-c•on- rcntrurinn in the air mid clwngrs in cc•crc- tion of hydrox}•prolin and otAer albtonen- drrirute•s x•as dc•te•rnuine•r/ in a pnwtc•r srries of inrestirdatior~s b.t• rats. Bv that we found p sly7i/icq7lt ricy q(tflc secretion of litid- roxt'prulin bY NOj-e•nnee•ntrarinn.c of 23 Le• d,t•().rlrle tPa_ote• rrot•nquc• Jccjc) en lccgc`n:e t•wtc•entraticnt.e cll,s ntututiculs dP fit strucfure t•nllaJrehte t•f ethl.~tlrinecc/ri~lur dc-.% t rron, but ir 1'ou gnt nnlp I rrnt ynu retn
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50273 0520 Add 71 VII Re ~. Zti~r.c~lg _Jonn 1~. . . S.P. A 7MMAtDRE Smvl= 0;t tk:IzIC 3MR.bZioS. :CIn'41. 3~ ~10,57, 7?(7p., U?'2;tiY:C A '.?tLLtE"'x I+tlE1L' Z~ ~iOcD l.c.~1(;u~l1C1i ~~: ':~G21 I
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50273 0525- II MeA -80 S.P, 1 OCCUPATIONAL EXPOSURE TOVTALC CONTAINING SBESTOS #r Morbidity, Mortality, and Environmental Studies of Miners and Millers I. Environmental Study John M. Dementl 17ta10'm:+lumwal del '' II. Cross Sectional John F. Gamble2~ 1 Morbidity Study III. Retrospective Cohort Study of Mortality William Fellner2 Michael J. DeMeo2 David P. Brownl Joseph K. Wagoner3 r=tion. ano we . ` Public Health Service Center for Disease Control - National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health , RS 30Ccupational Safety and Health Administration, DOL ~is Washington, D.C. 20210 ~ February, 1980 1Division of Surveillance, Hazard Evaluations and Field Studies Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 1 3 Z . ~ Division of Respiratory Disease Studies a , Morgantow n, West Virginia 26505 C•
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50273 0529 QK 628 z --Zundel, George Lcrenzo. The ustila^inales of the iacrld. State Co11e_r,e, Pa. , The Pennsylvania State Co1le,;e, 1953. 410 p. 26 cn. U6, 0 () ~I)Ci u ;: 4 0 1
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50273 0501 _..._ ~. , ~.,~.,. ~ a.. .. . Zotterman, Yngve, ed. OIfaction and taste; proceedings of the first interuaitional symposium held at the 11'enner-Gten Center, Stockholm. September 196•?. Oxford. New York, Symposium Publica- tiotis I)ivisiou, l'et•;.*:~tttrni Pres.s, 19G,t. Ia, 396 p. ilius., port. 24 cm. (Wenner-Gren Center international eymposiuiu series, v. 1) Symposium arrnnged by the Wenner-Gren Center Foundation. Includes bibliographies. 1. Smell-Addresses, essala, leriur-%. 2. Taste--Addressea, essays, lectures. I. n'enner-Grenskn saiufundet. tt. Title. (Serlcs) T,ihrnrp of (bncri-s . j`' ' . . . . . . . . .. . . . . • ..-
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50273 0507 ~ '7.~-} 1 ~ ve- - ~ _ Efi ects ar ~; :r~at;er. Va~~a~ ~~a~~~;e~.~: bn t.~~ . TIflap:iinab1e Lurxits of .~~~~.Jl~al z~a-axy~c~~-I~~~ ~~la~~~~ ~°~i~~ ~, ~z~-~~I `-' . ..:., . V IF~. f. DccOURSr:Y=, t.?~U !'vmuf N. )'OSt11Dr14 ~... ,.~ ..~~_._.<<. . A 6tud)' was undcrtukcn to confirm bnd rXlcnd Une Oude n etc entreprip.:, po•ir cordirntr et. eiluLlc inforr.iatinn on the in:laminab}c Iimits ui accroilre leu rerullats existnnta r.ur lee, }irnitcs d'in• •~ nmonin in air or ozygen-nhrot:cn mixturer, and par- flammnlrifitc de 1'nnumonir.c ri:,ns }'air .3u de rnefun• i. ularly the cffectb o~Swatrr vppor~on t~ese„limit.q. f-, t%es ox~hept--nzolc ct plua }rariiculii:rc:ruen+ dee ~. IC}I IhftrTmation Sllol„U~I ~~..•- !~_ .I - - ••
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50273 0528 7.UM WELT-.PATE2+T-INDEX..._~. MeA 5 (1969)Bossur.p,, Otto Zt1:•1 1lifa'-f'.1TT.."?T-It'I} :K. (f,'orId-FaCF:uL-laudex) 1969 39 oAoets I ;i () t'i ;i v:=~ U lj ()
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5027-3 0541 78 XI Ad-81 S.P. .Zurl,c?ie'ee-'Zeitung -. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 XI Ad-82 s.p. ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO ADVERTISHENT RESTRICTED IN ZURICH, SWITZERLAND. *(Stadt Zurich schranki Alkohol- und Tabakwerbung ein.)* Zurichsee Zeitg., p. not given (Nov. 25, 1980) (in German) 0 6 0 0 fi 0 U8 Ai 13
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50273 0538 - RJR CLASS NO. Pt;;-4'Ni,LT T5 X Fa Faust, V. ; Mensen, l:. *(no nLfi1.)t ON TllE PSYCHOLOGY OF SMOKING. * (Zplz e`Psych- 0 log i`e'"de~'~aUChEn3. )~ Kippokrates 45 (No. 2) 210-25 (May 1974) (in Gen::an with EnZlish abstract) *1975, No. 10, !d 3571* *d* Tobacco analysis (medicine):
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50273 0524 .,~. . ,.. . 1IelI: .;:3, Lcan FrL'L':.TIO;i OF C!I:7T ESTx'ia7L At,i) LIPII)S IAI I: i r-CHLG::•..i''cI~..O..YIS01:L'1 :`c~.4ZF., by Lnan licll.r~.r,, Ei;:retE: ?.maoff, Gera2d Ke*ra?cr, Ll^:c= Yra L. kobe: t S. I:ancnf. 3 d Anne Trltet'r^1 N.L'_'. 59 477--94 (19f)3) ~. r C3 1 j `) 1! t J 1~ a`i H ~~ :)
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- ...y• ~ r.:. .. 50273 0530 X Zu ;r, concoz L),rrl ?on :•o2c;Uor.s ~ ~. i, , 3 2) ~7rf'~' JJ C7.~e Uw'Z~:IZ'af T_.i~ awiv.t'.V"
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a ; i . .~ .. r~'u ~f~.' I of Tccfl.cY~d•t )o L.7 yad ?oolda.i and La i:Zrs. fayc_r:nt C,-tPc~oi HetS.~.erp (RuZ~,pca:{y) G ~ (t'.C?y ~s•rS~ ' ~~~ ~ +ir'+i."~~yI S ta`:~s~'(3;G~3:~ r.Yp 1J~X) '+ 1!1 Ii:ib"arn nn vli;h k~,~Z4 n_h t,tr^-n*tl'v'r,
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50273 0502 f;t~c .:, .1 ` . I CL7a,C J ,.~..y _•9 r ~= 'Ot,T --•Z Sn tII Va - ACTIVITY OF XOPPEIt/it1AGN1;SIUriIvCATALYSTS,1N CAR]3ON 34ONO}CIDI: CONVERSION, IN RELATION TO COPPER SURFACE AREA A. A. Vasilcvlch, Z. V. Komova, i;"P;.?.Pe'1ov1', and T. A. Senicnova UDC 661.90.5.097.3: 5sG.5G A study has Ucen madc of the variation of catalytic activity of coppci/ma„iicsiuin cat.llysts In carbon mer,oxir;c convcrsion :ewd the amount of copper surface, as the copper content is increased from 1 to 1C-U mole ~'~. The catalytic activity is found to be proportional to the copper suriace in the specin;cn. '1'fic copper is active when it is reduced from a coppci/magliesium system consist- in- of compounds of the copper oxide and rna;mesium oxidc solid solution t3pe. Copper outained by the reduction of the oxide solid solution typo. Copper obt;iuied by the reduction of the oxide CuO Is lower in activity. fl J r ~ti n o ci U aj
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50273 0523 ,...__....._,...__ -- ._... ~ .. _. __. _ . . XX ... ZULASSIGE FREriDSTOFrL tJYf) ZGSA1'ZSTOF e L: FUS ` 'iMeC6 d LEBENSMITTEL• IN DER BUNDESREPL'BL1K-)EUTSCHU,.'~D i(1969) Petn'KEchek-SChiZliDtfC}:, Q. (T'cra#Fsible rocl, E :eiii av:aa s,-• Appiicc~uX-r-, to k:_3 radraml ~'.tpu;;1ic og Gc3,ajrtny) 1:57 3": Pn ;" J. r. Laitviara-YarRaE3 tz~n:ciicn, Gonomy O - .. . - -~ --.. ; ~r.,- ------ -r-~-.r -------- ~ ' i `1 li ;
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III Toz .! T,mtcck, 0e aM nth4rs :~.t .s'E'.tZt'i:1.: in F;;in-42C;u:o11.7 roXuvio:19'u V. G~i.dimc3icric t::`b-,:•ations in g1.cci&1 oec~•ti.c acid3 v,;t'le Tit,.,`Oa'Giczi, in r,•la cial. e e-Ot,f. c a cf d tasad on tIio formnt3.on of ir.so3.ub2o ss1toj VX:Z, ~ocze rauncto~-_.irS.c tl.tseMor,s in gi.aciol acoti.c r; ~idi T:C, ti'„ratic:~s i.n on« hydroua fo..^m;.c ccid; %0 1iouGaraliaat,ian 3arsEF, Assoei3tod Todm.,c;u1 Se;rc icxrs. _, . U ~'. ~~ l) 50273 0522 Zukriegelova.,,2br.io,,,,.pt..xVII.s ~t. author..- v
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50273 0521 ~ XI 1 Zu ~ Zukate Hiilt4m, J: _. P. Sf.O.^ZT•Tlic^•.t4 Co=iX'CY STlJUY OF TtiE EYIi3&4V,LO..^Y Cc CC:.Ciia~V t?F.lsR: AxS;a ;E. A PP.LLZFA1t:AF.Y :[EPL` :T OCi Ti'sE ;~C:~iH L~ a1ff+ S:fUDi', by V1YY3ism J. Zu'.:a1, T.orert I:. Lcrwias i';izaip E. Eatc„linc, Rooert C. Pafnt¢r, Lloyd S. Ralntcr., RabvzuZ t:, Fcracatt, A12a P. t;zrcdith, an,3 P.,.aerfC. PqicEruon. Ame,iC. J. Publ.. t;erakl:h 49 (tzoo 12) 1G3C-39 .... (Dzc: jbcr 1959) 0 : 0 i ~ y .y
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~CHEMISTRY, ORC:ANIC--ANALYTIC/CHF.C`fISTRY, ANALYTIC--ORGANIC/ s ' CO*Ji'UTE.^.S--C~IE"!ISTRY/*IIJCLT:AF. .,*tACiT1'TIC RF.SONANF:E/A*tI*IO ACIT)S--*tASS SP:'CTROA'>:'T' MASS SPF.CTP.O*ETRY/LIQi1In CRYSTALS/"tOLT:CULAR STP.UCTURES BY hTIR IN LIQPID ; CRYSTALS/ ; ; QD 476 De • . ~ Determ~natlon of ~ 1976 • Edited by ~r ai11c F. C. NACHOD g Sterling-Winthrop Research Institute Rensselaer. New York Structures= ZUCKERM1fAN';_~ ~. ~ Department of Chcmistry State University of New York Y Albany. New York -P11 sical Methods at Albany EDWARD W. RANDALL Department of Chemistry i ~OLUME 6 Queen 1`fary College ~ _ Ia.`.don EnFland
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50273 0535 *''Zur -- For. Gcr:nan title starting with this word see the noun or adjective following Zur. i i ~i l) ea
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~.._... 50273 0527 j Qv j271 ~, 2umraaJlt, Robert W. (Jt. Author) Go.hrkQ, Chsrlea W. QUAbtTITATIVE G."sS-LIQUXD CiiR0',LtT(Y,;ttEiPliY OF At3IN0 ACIDS IN PROTEiiiS AND BIOLOGICAL SUBSTP.tJCES, Macro, Scmimicro, and i•iicro Mpthods, by Chr.rles W. Gehr6ce, Don Roach, Itobert W. ELmmA1t, David L. S taJ 1iuE, end Larry L. Wcl.]. 1968 103 Pages Austytical IIiochcmietzy Co1.u~btu, Ho. Laborctorios, Inc. ~ ~ i7 1 ) ' I • ~1 i ~.1 3 .y 9 `!~
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50273 0536 IORS te of Columbia t'lli%cr. ..)ratc of la%%•s frr::~ the _,.•tcrcttc of scicnc: ir., m ht eciulomics :t Oiont- rk lini.crsilv a:]i , It!li a.n::ics ia thc Gr,:Ouate l;ni% rr>it% -. Hc "1~1~~ /!i :~l711'fl!ll, :7C: C(1- 1 J3 •'~~' N1,1 in !1!C S:U•cS, vs nn Murn Slrerr. () .-y c1 i; " i s'Z!1"ts~cGGd 0 t! ~.a+t.:4•;/ Fifth t:aitiotl Ilarulci S. Sloan A-mmid-J:%tIt`C'}Ti'r- - r ~3arn; s c~_ Nut,;c, ilic., Ycr1:, \. Y. 1'uhli1licr~' I:c>;~l:scliers • Since IS73
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50273 0551 1nt.Arch.Artreltsnted.-I4,I3/-14`/(I`//S) v Lly ap i.u8ri-.raa+.g i7 iJ r Q 9z9 Effects of A~:;osols in Comnion Use on the Ventilatory Capacity of the Lung' ~-.t^ 'V-~r 7 Zdcnka Skuric,&OF94JIMkin,`' and Fcdor Valic Andrija Stampar School of Public Health, University of Zap,reb, Zagreb Received September 11, 1974 / Accepted October 4, 1974 Summary. A group of 17 volunteers were exposed to a body deodorant, an air freshener, air disinfectant, a furniture polish, spot remover, shoe spray, glass defroster, hair spray and, separately, to their volatile components. An imnediate significant fall in ventilatory capacity was recorded upon exposure to each of the sprays. The maximum fall of FEV1 0 ranged from 3.3 to 7.42, that of V 50% VC from 5.3 to 11.3%, while V 752 VC falls ,. ,,. .1 11 :1 ..~ ia w r~ .
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50273 0484 a. . . ~ : • : •. : E•. ._. . . . lT~.._..t.f,;'• v:.J .7 j;:lTt: ;{i.. riIQLCt.i:-- I t It':. 5r11rr f~~ LLC~LC•_ , CF ~ T~C:3 BTGL'4,IGAL b°_v"r.~MIG2a~% :ZOQLOW- -~J8Lja6~AF~'t t - " .. •.. ~.s _. -T o-0 10- , Tj ~L; USL' OF - ~ ,, .. . ...._ . .. .. .. :. .. • : ' ~ I 11 Mr ocr(- Ar izTr , ,RATUR1~1 .~. I:G1TnRS •.,. , . a: T• Uottl: :S: P`D P1:1C bLLInLSc ,..•..,...,. Ltrtiurtr in fl.}:kof Cirrrr.ijtry, Uriccr:itr oJ 8radford •--Ii V. Wv:.t:• BSc., Pn.b FJ.BIOL Readcr bt A.':c.. bao:o:y Univnr:y of lrodfotd C '. . i _ ~ /l:2CIIU:~T BOOKS lVK Kror.r~:~.u ^..tr ur.~LLV!".,.L.\~ A series trnder thc G:neral Hitorslup of ~ R•1'. Bottle, B .Fc., Ph.D., F.R.I.C. M-LIof.Sc ~ ~ .I~.~- . _... D. J. E•c•_':ctt. 't.S.A., C-L.A. '-i t
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50273 0549 1t•i yl r.~°y~.C r~ i 1 0 +C.FI~CCC~~1~FiCK.., -CNE~ICftL CU;~PucIl'IUIJ~ _ --- . .._:... .._ . ... ._ . . 1 I:J1: CI. ;SS :';D. PA ,'iI'.T ~+1 Ta~ ?2 ~ i tirtha, A. ; F:oclt 1-1 ~ (I'. .). ):;rrus Cic, ):aac•ol.•rt, Oi C"c' Y1,:1., . , :' ^r CJ r'•., c :, R.;~_.7•I j:~:,I. (illC ':[~ : ~: Ci (, ~ i. . 3rrttr:1:'e:1lC.tf_3 in t°)OL;• ' ) y: t XIV> 3.1 h.y e 'a:1qtCl'r).,.. Tt.C, .\ ~iCLF1Cr~ > II` i > .. ,., i.'1TidS } )U^CO7:~) C'l t:1) I ,. 4, j-if'- -fTia}l SI:G1'Cy i d1ScClt].y .,...t::l'. COI:
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.. -- . . _. - .. - .. . ti . ~. . ~_ T1tF. )OUk\AL OF CIC2MiCAL PHYSICS • . 72 III I'.e-74 S.P. VOLUME 46, NUrI13ER !" 1 MARCH 1561 Evaporation-Condensation_Coefiicient for Small llroplets" . I+fASATAfiA OI:UYAVAi ANQOMWTRWW~k+-s t DtparLrexf of CL•uxis:ry, College of il'ifl:ar:; or.d dfary, . ~. ' . (Received 8 Scptember 1966) TThe evaporation-eondensation eocf5cicnt for very small droplcts is derived in the form a(a) ahere r is tF.c frec•angle ratio and d(a) is the size eoefEcient a hich is expressed in terms of thc dro?Ict rad:us c, the abso!ute temperature, and other charactcristic variai?Ics of the liquid phase and t!u gas-linuid inter- face. 11'ith the inclusion of a(s) into the rate equstions of Fuchs and of \fonchick and laiss, the rate of evaporation per unit area incrcascs with decreasing droplet radius, reaches a tnazimum at droplet radii ranging bcuccn I and 0.01 p, then dccrcascs to xcro as the radius apinoachcs zcco. ::ururi;al rcsults wcre obtained for tI-O, lie, and Ffg at their respcctive frecziao and boiling points. L IN'lRO])IJCTION T HE rate of station: rv evaporation of spherical drop in lnotionlcss ntedia has been derived by \1axK•cllt in the form LI-CaD mentally. 1'uchs,4 by introducing the cor.ccztratioa i jump distance A and applying Alaycr's "mcaa-free s: path" theory, obtained the follotising rate equation ; fz . o.. 4,,r = 1/va-f-c'/1)(a -7) ' (2: -t (L )
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> i 50273 0526 `-• SHEET 79-127 Y pI 1SH I. Tttle an3 Subeitte USFNS/NIOSH Membrane Filter Method for Evaluating Airborne % Asbestos Fibers ~ 7. AutAor(s) Nelson A. Leidel, Stephen C. IIayer, Ralph D.'Zum+alde, & 9. Performintt Utaaniz.tton Name and Address National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health 4676 Columbia Parkway Cincinnati, Ohio 45226 4 1j4r.7r"r d.L S. Re ort Urte IPehru7ry 1979 d. PerformtnR Uraantzstion Kept. No. N10SN 79-127 10. Project/1 ask/Work Unit No. 11. Contract/Grant No. 16. Abstraccs This report describes t e equipment an proce ures for co ecti-tb, mount ng, siaing, and counting asbestos fibers on celleulose ester membrane filters for the evaluation of personal samples or airborne asbestos fibers. Procedures for treating random and systematic errors are presented. These include statistical procedures for determining compliance with asbestos exposure standards. An evaluation of five phase contrast microscopes for asbestos counting is also given. The purpose of the method presented is to determine an employee's exposure to airborne asbestos fibers as referenced in the Federal standard on occupational exposure to asbestos (29 CFR 1910.0001, formerly 29 CFR 1910.93a) and the Mine Safety and Health Administration (hISHA) air quality standards (30 CFR 55.5-1(b), 5,6.5-1(b), 57.5-1(b), and 71.202). The method is used by the National L,titute a'or•+0ccupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) and the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). 17. Key 4'ords and Document Analysis. 17e. Descriptors ~ .~'eZ~"a.~J !e'« o ;I , •, - L1 i ~.u 6 ::
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50273 0542 - ~ . .T .,..a.1L.af.JG:a:~.i..~.+._......~~........-...._.,: ~ .._ , ZttSAPOiENFASSUNG DER HIP.1 {.1{ VoRLIFCFNt1'O-`l TNI'Ok?*ATIOti?aJ XI VREP 11FRR11:_ A1t. ERIJI~~t) KnT;P,P UP}D SEIN 'V]:ItFJANREN 7.UR ' ~ Ve24,ENTNIKOTINZSIFRUNG : VON. TA1;AK. .-' ~ Vcrband der Cigsrettenindustrie, w'.ssenschnft- liche 1'orschLnrastelle, t+2r~bur~ , Ge~nany ZUSAju9}:2tFASSU;iG Di:R i:C3:~ JG::LI1::;','::?~,;t I2+FOIUSATTQ.+L-14 ZUR VCt: TA?A?:. (Confida_ntie7l renort aad evaluaz.i.o:a o: t+W, uc:- ntcotiu:~:at•:or-t rrocese t•y ?I. fm~ol vin?; Che cytrsction of tobacco with an aqw,!ous saic~-i.cn containine sodium cilloridu, auci{v': i.1ic.if:e, ttnd nulph•.zr.ic r:i.d foll(:ra.id by with a rialt solution.) Vtrband dGPCigatCte-enindybtrle. 1Jisschschaft- licne Forsctiunf;e,ut4lle " • #hxvwba.rg Gern"any 4 paFea Marci-~,_;J, 1 9-6G 0 1,
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50273 -0553 81 II Zu Lung function changes b3~/thanol nhalation : ~ Clinical Allergy 11, 243-248 (1981) ~`~~:"`~fJ_IKIN';,', A. BOUHUYSt and M. SARItt •Andrija Stampar School ojPublic Health, Zagreb, Yugoslavia, t Yale Unie,ersity School ojMedicine. NeK, Nat,en, Connecticut, U.S.A. and;Institutefor Medical Research and Occupational Health, Zagreb, Yugoslaria Summary The acute effect of ethanol inhalation on ventilatory capacity was studied in a group of six healthy volunteers and the results were compared to those obtained after the inhalation of a saline solution. There was a significant decrease in flow rates on partial expiratory flow-volume (PEFV) curves up to 90 min after ethanol inhalation. FEVI values did not change significantly, either after ethanol or saline aerosol. Pretreatment with atropine did not prevent the acute reductions in flow rates in comparison with the reductions without atropine. Pretreatment with disodium cromoglycate (DSCG) considera ly diminished, the actltf rpductions of flow rates caused by ethanol jAhafa+tio .'ThEs'e reWhsrsLggelt tltat ettranol in some persons may act, at least partly, through releasing mediators with bronchoconstrictive action. a
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50273 0540 79 X Zu s ~ ~ Zt~rtc~t. UciNiversit j7Institute forvSocial & preventive Medicine, y-y Zurich Swi.ts.erland / JOURr.A1.ISTS At:D0TRESS. Zurich University, News Release, Zurich Switzerland *Ahstr, in: Journal Geneve 1.978, lp. (Sept. 22, 1978) (in French) *note date* . . i i i t ~ SMOKING HABITS--SWIT,ZERLAND/T03ACC0--SM0KING--PSYCHOLOGYt TOBACCO -SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ • .p«.r-•r~V"*^7 -~7 "n Tu rT.ACC t~nT PAt-ihTiTTIT 79 x 711 ---.._...,..-- _ • - U Jor.r^~d;r,inc of the Univcraity of ?.urich. ~h9 -------- -- ~ i} c 2~0 ine journal.ictcr. InotStutc of Social ~nc~ 1'reventSv~ ~' - .l on "; o::r:~ali.: i , nna ::t:•c^c"• ~'~, `r_rc uTOl:crs, .riih ~ l~uc conJuctcd ~ ct`• Y ^0<~ „uffcred fro~ rarcc'I• 5,' .;lcohol rlen ond :ru;•, e::auSl:cd, ~~},: ^ri`IlzlAa, 1n unl>^lanced dict, vo-ieh n cr ds .. • nuch tllc lnstitutc, affccted . consu^(~tiou r-hd cxco :^iva cr.ol:i.~;r accorclill~ to the hear: and the circ.-.latinn 4drers'].y.1 (Joun1:)l Ilc Ccne vc, 77. Septurr.bcr) , ---^- . •_ - --- + ^. n u v 7
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50273 0546 I M."13P:?, Yt 10 ZII,..a~..:..~w'TL~.Zt71: `GQ.~a~..:..~fl~~T~".-.. ~w'TL ~. Zt 71 : `G.~ ,.~.Zt71:`G eo a hv;l j'spE:clur:wif' G:? c:a,," ...Uba `ut3.r~L'.-:5 u a ) Fiautcstnt Ki:4 (Zoltarhr? ar-:,~ S.'f.w ° ~~;r'~jc~U~ ~ ~
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50273 0545 ' 7.. Lebensm. Untcrs.•Forrch. 159, 6;-72 (1975) y . . crbniann, .Iwic ien J7;j r~s~q ) . ft CJrlbinalarbcrtcn . a-......,: _ o .. ~..-. Zusatnnlcliliar<>tge mischcn Struktur und 13ittcraeschmack '' bei Aminosauren und Pcptidcn L .Auxiriosauren utul verwandto Verbindungen - 1Ierbert lYicscr und Fians-llicter Bclitz* Deutsche Forschungsanstalt ffir Lebensmit.tclchemic, lliinchen und Institut fur Lebcnsmittcl- ~ chemie der Technischen Univcrsit&t 11Iunchcn (BHll) Eingegangcn am 27. Miirz 1975 ~Rclations between Structure and I;it.tcrTasto of Amino Acids and Pcpticlcs. L Amino Acids and Rc)atcd Compounds Svm»tary. About GO amino acids, amino acid esters, N-acyl amino acids. amincs, and other related compounda were tested for t-itter taste. The reco„•nition threshohls are in the range from 100 µ:tlol/mI (L-2-amino butyrio acid) to 0.5 uUol/ml (benzamide). Es.,cntial structural rcclnirc- mentss for bitter compounds are a]wlar (l•IcctroPhilic) group and a hydrophobic one, whi(h must be arranged in a defincd manner. The results are sununarized in a model uhich shous the zones of contact between bitter compound and receptor. I U~i r) 0 rs ki v..~ ' ~J
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,`L 50273 0544 I .ti ~ (3_~~ ..f.~ ~. , . ut~Ltt ZUSArt1A1LNIriINt~[iVON Nf•IltnT-NrrltrT. idl'ft{GS~.UINL•h: VI L',c•.9-76 1N Ir!'L.AN"l_LIC(1 f:M.AN"l_LIC(1f :M_LIC(1f:M 111r1 t[:R[/1L Uf~iU I\1 I:UUL:N S.Y. llclatiullsltip bct~~•ccn nilralc, nitrity' altd l;iUt,snmincs in plants ancl soil' ' J()I\~11-1 \11-1\ // I.SSI.L, ~ , , .I •, I\~.I , 1 / I I.f/( ItlSS lpJc11 t 1tN/, ABSTRACT `~'~ ~... ....-~I/ In Ihis study Ihc qucstiun ii invc,ti,.atctl ahcth.r intcnsivc nitru'-'cn kItruin,s Icad to lhc fottnatiun uf nittusarninc. (ttitnh-th)1- antl Jiclhy I-nilno.:uninc) in pLtnts. '!Lc resull> h:ttc +hutcn lhal findittg: ttcrc ncg.tlitr both in rcrc.,b (tthc.tt and barlcy t•tYllt)) JnCI 111 \l'(:CIJI,It•s (Ift•>II 111:1tCi1Ji). In ntod.l cXl+:tintcnls bt+llt Ihc nitUUsa tnitnc. -ulyrli:J lo the suil ttcrr t•rokcn tlutcn. I):l:r:n(atiun :tlqicers to bc of a tnirtnGi.tl n.tlutc and lu I,rnrrctl I,) ua) c•1'ctal,utrans hiraliun. t:ilraxtmincs al,ii,rbcd by pl.tnt. tmc dclccl.tblc fut unfy ;) Ycl)' sIn)Il I1cllJd. FINITI7 U\'G a
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50273 0550 VI •`°'•<UBER_DIE- ZUSr`.i•D•I'.tJSETZUP`G DER SnI•ir.lJ01.E VON. KICOTIANA -TABACIR4--Z»...DND N ICOTIANA_ _ R a4 .>. Y.atkovD G. 1JSE.`t LtiI7: ZUSA.~S-MNSE1"LU2;G DE.R SAtErt= i'Oii 2dIC41I01, TrlS.14{.tti: L. iM t2If.OTZ.E.IiA F.GSTIC%, L., b}• Go F;exucov and S. Spaem•. (Co"j o?.tion o£ the Seedni2o of 11icotiatm Tabacum L, end 2ae-atiana fistic& L, } Cmrpto re nd, Ac.ado bt:2gare Stlo 15 (ib. 6) 601-04 (le-52) e IR C'2YIItA:l , . . .- .,~ ~~ , •. ' . , . .. . . ' . . 4
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50273 0554 "'ZUS':^!~~'.nhB? 7T1:G:rE F;iCDUIiTItNcANI;LTUTT^t? SFE2',I- ISC,iMR.S;'ICI~SV,^Fb'El~DINUUNGEN IN::.D'~±.R TnUKPFLANZE. VII utox,_ c=o ,... Re SxAaI SII.~'sllltiGT: (Ei£e•et ef e:-t:xnal cord'tlons cn tho fcx;.^%:1u. of f;poc:3.flC aitrGg-U.I COi1;:ox:Uist suc:a Fin Fiaino ac:icio, ot:,., ian ths tobacco plant, V:::i enpecS.:lly 3-n the _•oat.) ROpZ•3.:1t :i'C*12 1}Ifl K12ltJ-rpf Zt.II70 1 (1557) Pn 139`!~) f ti n ~) 0 0 u i, 3 4:~ U
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7be Fantly t,hT_Y_96j_75 Book Reviev. - - "' r1,11.0. Contact: The First ~- Four b5inutcs. Los Angeles: Nwh Pub- lishing, 1972. 250 pp. -%7.95. : ~D\ G. L. Warlow University of Guelph Guelph, Ontario, Canada The authtK deGies "eontact" as "the way you meet aud relate with people dur- ing the initial phase of interact"wr.: with strangers, friends, lovers, children. bosses; blind dates, plumbers. teachers. politi- cians-the whole cast of characters in your individual world." Chapters in the book deal in detail nith these various eomniuni- ea.tion environments. . . . Coordinator 23(4)432(1974) Many books deal'at length with various aspects of thecommunic.:tion process; but none to ray knowledge have stressed so y pointcdly t!,c importance of the initial stages of the process for communic2tian success. 'IT.e 0-ate inien•al of four nsinutes "is not an arbitr: ry interval. Rather. it is the ave:- age time, demonstrated by careful observ- ation. durine which str::ny,crs in a social situation interact before they decide to part or continue their encounter." One of the stimulating concepts is the composition of the first four minutes: "hello," continuance, "go,,dbye." These three divisions wilt apply, in varying 50273 0534 d lengths of tim^_, to a aide ranre of s:tua- tions---social activities, the tcacttirg.l:arn- ing process, the bcginning of the d:w lor husband and r ifc and the end of thc x or1:. ing day of each a•hcn contact is resu::reL!, and so forth. The author discusses his four C's of contact: confidence. crcati~ity, r,r_ ing, and considcratior.. Partic"lartv rc. warding are: the trcatntent of asur.;l.tii+as we make. and then act upon as i:ict• i:n- portant aspects of verbal and uon•v-rt:ai communication: and sorce positive sers;,-s- tions for self-asseismcnt and imarove- ment. It is an extremely uscful l:oolc tor a b;,tter vnderstanding of a wide rsnc;c of communication situation;, particutarly those involving the famiiy. _ .-.,,•~ .._. _.
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50273 0500 -,, VI Re9-77 Zentralbl._ Arbei.tsmed. Arbei.tsschutz 23(7)208-9(1975) S.P. BLOOD CHANGES AITL'R PROLONGED EXPOSURE TO NITROUS CASES. By Von,-H,.._, Zorn J~! t[~ Lt~.l~r '[ ji/_r_.11~•Lt ./~ :o .:J2a7lui G~ :1aC.1 !:..:t a:ilStiJC: ~..ili.•:i• b ~ ,.! u"% 11 il In ~C ~ niuoscn G: sen V,In 1 :. %ctlc': I r t Ult:c.iu~ It:rr ;a zur k:iRC ? ! . Ina~:-h.L ( t.cr r.tl;l ~ ::xpo•: I'diat`4llll4 lltr der ~:1XIIlld0ca Ar- tiJ1 vc: ::p::rini.:.:i ':t SJ~:':C :a liclti 7!•ltL-I10:1ZGlt:ltloa R'IC der a\laXll:alca Int- C.: S.lllr::1 ,P.:JiptlaL1S2, fi1451oi1S-I\o::z:atration drs 2: (NO, \O_) a%urde Ge : Lr,;:,:.:;.C :•,•C::;t;:::. ;?Cf 'M:tl:.tce1h}•dro- ^.uCll v:isc'.tirdcaen P«r1R1C:cfn des I3!-utJ1iQC5 cIS1C V.^.'.S: C:f N0:-.'\J:1-Lil::ratior. .^.Vjla:?- m•cscntli.llc Bcdcu;ung zug,:mcsscn ,'). Grundsa:z- a:gc;, r,:.-, , de: L'n- ,..~'....:i[.., (s. T:.~.). Bzi . lidt is: dic I3eurtciiuR, audt !an~crc Z: t auf eti^sc: :ol,cndc ~ pcsundc Pcrsoncn ClnwSrnCldcr _' (NO, NO:) I:oa- Gro:ca ur..,:su. ~ •:.'. . v~.v_... L::::IO. _ 2CIl[Ll[IGtl:'R m'Ci.i-iCtICI SCl1•wICrl~cr als J:f gcs;.ad-_ S_C•.:5:::. l'r.,~. CO:-P?-rt:AdfCck, hhisrcfa?lydindCll S:OffCll, dCrill P.lthopll}•slOio~;l- rl::Al:.:J':.'i:, Z;:jL.::Jz)'tC:1rCs1(:.az, G- sdtc \Virkung ubcrt%•ic,cnd nu: durch cincn P:ktor, 6-P-DF-i iri P::aph.ttasr imm ncutro- wic z. B. bei I:ohlcnntoi:oxid vcru:saJtt wird. Di: plulcn Lcukoz}-tcn, : i~^ ~louil:,cnz:n[rzLioa, Wirb lnr ion 'r~(\Q~I~'~)]:Qryc:t~}r,otjl,n ~DH, GLDH, 5o:5it-D:i, 5_:cit:a: Di1, SCOT, 3 bis 10 ppm \O: sc:zt cincaci,s re:Ic;ctorisch im SGPT, -AP, y-G?, C?::, S-G-6-p-DH ucd Z: i:! Rcrcicl/ dcr A[nui;~__Ciu_
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50273 0548 TOBACCO--ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL nILS/TOBACCO--ANAT.YTICAL MF.THODS/ ESSENCES A" ESSENTIAL OILS--GAS CNROMATnt;RAPHY/ RJR TRANST ATION RJR CLASS NO. TRAT~SLATION RicLter, M. *(no affil.)* COMPOSITION OF ESSENTIAL OILS IN TOBACCO. 4. ANALYSIS OF THE NI:UTRAL FRACTION. *(Uber:die Zusammensetzung der atherishcen Ole des Tabaks. IV. AtialyAe-a 'Neutralen Fraktion. )* 1- Ber. Inst. Tabakforsch. 23, 44-57 (1976) (in German - complete Enblish translation available.) stConstituents too numerous to list* )n this l~nh~•r u t;us rlurnnnlnbr:rlrliic ruisil~•:<i. uf tlu+ rn utrn) frucliun of tLe v~~crntinl oils ~ of a ribarl•tIv fillcr tuln uvvo nu' l n\'iiginiir I ulInr•4•u i5 411•wrilu•d.'1'Irr. uiinhses were rnrrierl r,ut I ~ 110111 uu fillt"l gInSs rulurun" %citlr 1.1".11' u- lirlnid lIlur-4o wul un l;luss cu]rillary valurnns coated [ 1'%%•ith ('wbuw,rx 20 U. \1rr5s tiprcirnnu•lr•rF %%ivi• tuki•I i 1Ly rrti•)ini .~rul~lin6 nf 1bi• t;asi•Lrurnnto I- ~ brulrh with n rnus. xpct•trunrcti•r wul in iaisw uf ~ln~s rupill:u•y rulhnmt mrulp-is %%•itlr a rlrutJ- nr]wlo ru,r., ap~•r•Irnrru+tcr. ]'ur illrnlifii•:itirrn tlu• r1•,rilta ~~crv r•onr]uu•r•rl ~~•ith litr•rulurc r)ntn r~ un'l urnss sJr:v•trn uf Icst r;ul)qlanr•es. Jty u(1dint; Ii•sl mrlrslnnvrs to tlle tr•st s:urilrlos rntr•riliun V ~tilre~iiqfii.<olrolrig.l~~r~w`i~~urljc~l AJt.~~__ _-. ------------^-----_ _ -i___L._. _ . . . . . . . n
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50273 0547 - -. ;-, - , . ; P•LANTA..MEDICA.i ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ARZNEIPFLANZFNFORS.CHUNG', ...._.•: • . • . . SchrifElcitung: Prof. Dr-E. Schratz, MunsterfWestfaYen, Martin-Luther-Straf?e 7 :. Verlag: Hippokrates Verlag GmbH., 7 Stuttgart, Neckarstr.121 , .. ` . . . • w August 1974 1: Bd. 26 • Aus dem lnstitui ffir Pharmazeutische Biologie der Universitat FieiburQ i. Br_. • ZUSAIviMENSETLUNG DES XTHERISCH . N -CS S . E LF -,VON MENTHA- ROTL3NDIFOLiA TTT MP _75 ...~ - . Composition of the essential oil of Mentha rotundif olia . ~ ~. , . . .. _ . . ~. • ; ., . - _ - . - •.-•...... ~. . ~~ • ®. Von A. NACEti. U. F. W. HEFEvDEM' -~ By combtnatton of chromatographtc and spectroscoptc methods we were able .; to isolate S9 compounds from the essential oil of Mentha rotundifolia (L.) Htros.; ; 33 of them could be characterized. The main component of the oil is piperiteno- <• neoxid, which makes up 81.5 0 of the total oil. Piperitenone, piperitoneoxid, ep-' •.i oxymenthylacetate and the corresponding alcohols, which could be expected by A biogenetic reasons, have not been detected. • - j . ,. ._. . .. .• ~ ~~~~~T. ' !w] .~ ~' ~.~ ~..... ~ `a ~/~ ~I I ~ • . .. ~ • . ' ..
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50273 0539 78 Aa 1 S.P. 1 5ALV.lTOAri V. AND .lOiIIS'-A, :GUrK:lir••7i; jx9Q r---•~•------ U,rircrf:7~ n/ iiri:nua R(c„uinr;cr Fn,i„r/.:linir ~n„rincm;.-Fnt til, puriaosc nf .!crivir•.g and (ornulain, fruir(ul rescarch . S.Pl ]„ ;J Southc'rn Unisc•rsitics 1«'ss 1965 ('!)'r:;n!n il:rl 1:,'f,r,rl. 17t~i ~`)G7•9i`i. 1 ' • ..r AN A\'A1.:'SiS O: SOMi:'PS1'CHO-SOCIAL VAitiAi:1.LS i1SSOCIATL•D :' ~0\1I1T1-I SMOKING 13GHAVIOR IN A COLLI:Gi: SAX1I';.E rty{•ntluscs al.out snmc pzyd1Q•stKUll .siicct.s of st~akinr • Jcvisr.i an.: ad,nink!etc:1 aa capfor.uury qurainnnai:c to I,S7:i c.,:;,f;c (rahmin anJ slspilotn,xc s;i&nts. In this palxr arr• prescntc.i snnic pr~lim;n,ry findir,Ss ot: thc qucsti inn.lirc proccdurc•. The ciati arc arr.tn,;c,l to to ccrr.an con- stc•Ilu;ions of Ji(fc•rcr.cc•s a;nonG Ncn•srau~c•rs, Q,,icrc•rs, Li~;iit Smo*,:crs, a-,i licavy S;no'.-crs ancl bc(wc•c•n nia:cs anJ fc'malcs (c:r thcnc (nur sub;;rnups. S,c- tific sul,c•stions arc rnacic by the authurs f<x (urths:r rc:carch. Systcroatic rescarch on ti:c.psycht~-sociai asj>ccts of srno::ins bchavior :s ;a rclaC.vcly rccenC Ui.clcrr?.n:ng*(sCC, for cXanli iC, N.^.cn;:ZCI, SihiiliiCin, & 1956; 1'lUrn, CoUrts, T;1ylor, & Solomon, 1959; Pl:n n1sh: yi, 1951; Lyar,, i9 .f; Sa15cr, Welsh, & Tayltu, 1962; Lawton, 1962; Sdn.bc':t, 1959; McArthu:, dron, & TJickiason, 1958; vlatar,uzo & S, s!ow, 1960). The currcnt inicres: ia . such in.•cstisa;ioas is Prin..irily .^a result of the impcn-is provic:cd by the Rc )o,; of thc Sur-c•on Gcnc:al's Advisory Cotnmit,cc o1 Sn:o:inb and i-icaltn which summnarizcd t::c cvidcncc IinkinS smoking and a nuniucr o: serious pi;ysi- oloSicai cr:ccrs. rT-' b ri i: ~~~: ti 1 f I
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50273 0557 « VI GoR _ _.._ _y..__...._. _._._... __ __ .~.~~.~. _...~:..~;_~~_.... z,ra.ryiciIwrv:--x. GoJ.9c'.Pr+.rba F~e L. JY,L!)QL .Lllli • (Fiviparavlon of J~ceades of a» a.~ a t» wa,lno V. 1C. Zvaryldmao' TZvoOt. AkGd o Jktt21C. UN?,l_, }',1l-n. Nauk.~,,c , e . . . !%~ AIVL-,, . ~ 9
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502-73 0569 ,..~......... t-. RJR CLA SS NO. TEXTBOOK SB951 K y 1982 Kydonieus,A. (ed. ); Beroza,M. (ed. ) ~ ~G~`~ (ed. ) ~ INSECT SUPPRESSION WITH CONTROLLED RELEASE PHEROMONE SYSTEMS. V0L. I & I I . CRC Series in Pesticide CheMistry, CRC Press, Inc..Boca Raton, FL.82.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 698 . t 0~:~ 0'`~ (~ c7 8 4 4
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'. VI 1;:e - 73 S.P. 9 50273 055b Mtl-t-ncL-.IC LPFECTS U1• I)IMI-II lYl: ir1 rttOSti.It':E UNt)Elt 1)tl l Lttt.til cON'uirtu:., OF T1tCAl'ASENf Nucleus 15(1)34-39 (1972) It. L. KAUL .»D t=3isX=fc'"Ptt t Rrgional l:escarch Lcrboralor3•, ,7am)itt-Tawi, I)tdia Rcccivcd on 5tli Juty 1971 l:alzoprnt (1918) discovrrcd thc muta- gcnic activity of nitrosr.- cotnpounds. Later, AiaGcc and Barnes (1956) sshowed that NllM:1 and \J)1::1 were also ttuncrogcnic. Subx•quentl)•, a large number of niu•oso compounds with diverse citcmical st ructure wcrc tested for their biological activity. Several of these ..•crc found to bc l,oth carcinogcnic and )nut«gcnic (ss•c Mancc and Barnes, 1957). 1)ictltvInitroc<uninc was rehortcd to be an cflccti%•e ntuta,en in xvcral lower systcros like O/Aroslwua ("/.ct- tcrbcrg, 1060); Aliurospora (\falling, 19GG, and higher seacros likc :Jrabidepsis (\liillrr. 1965); Diosophiln (Pahnty ra al., l9bu; and barley (1-Icslot el al., 19661. I-lo\\e.cr, •}:ilanzan (1961) failed to obtai n chro:no- sontal breaks in root tncristcn:;; of 1'r(ia foba after \1)1:A treatment. TLis r::tti contradicted by \larquardt c1 al. (VJ63) wlso obscrvcd chromosomal structutal c)tangc•s in I:oUiriana romnrra root ' tipc foltowiu; the same treatment. :\ rcim•c>t:- oation of this problctn showed that \1)1;.1 e
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Jour. Appl. Physiol. 36 (No. 4) 449-52 (1974) (in English). t1974, ho. 17, W 7062* *d* Tobacco Wedicine: 0552 •: << }~ a ~s ~~. ~ ~. 6 . - - : .. .. ~ ~ ' ' . . . ~ _.. ~__. . _.._: .. . 50273 74 X Zu~ S*iOCIt~G AtiD iiI:ALTH/T03ACC0--St40':It:G--IIEALTH EFFECT/ - TOBACCO--S'.'iOiCING--PlIYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ T:Ji CLASS 110. PLISPHLET 74 X Zu Mitchell, C. A.; Bouhuys, A. (Yale Univ. Lung Res. Cent. , New Haven, Contz., U. S. ) INTERACTION BETw'EEN EFFECTS OF BEtA-BLOCKkDE AND CIGAF.ETTE St~iOF:E . . . . ` . . ;• . . . c 1 6 ~ . I l
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QD 271 50273 0570 ~ Zw Zwaig, Gunfi.er _ ° . PE:i ER cu:?mAxOGFLAYHy Arin S1,CC^sP.O^xoF,ESIS- Vol. I-Electrophoresio in Stabi.liziug Madie, by Guntor iwaig and John R. Hhitaaker 1967 ~ FI9/- V.'a. 420 Ptges kccsi~c-ic Proga Neza York .,,,.--..~..~,; •....
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50243 0558 ~~ = A8-Q s•P• Peoic. Sri. 1981, 12, 199-205 The Extraction, Estimation and Persistence of Benodanil Fungicide in Tobacco Tissues James S. Cole and Tobacco Research Board, P0 &)a 1909, Salishury, ZimhahH•e (Revised manuscript receivrd S Angri.ct 1980) 0 6 If) ' 0 n The results of determinations of benodanil, extracted %~ith acetone from freeze-dried tobacco leaves and estimated by thin-layer chromatography and bioautography, correlated well with those obtained by Soxhlet-extraction with acetone-light petro- leum and determined by gas-liquid chromatography. A greater percentage of the amounts applied was usually recovered from leaves than from stems and more was always recovered 10 days after application than after I day. Similar changes in extract- ability with time were found ir) field samples; less was extracted from roots, stems and leaves at tfqnsplanting (2f4ays after treatment) than several days later. Compara- 6•ely'Jargd:em4~ntsa~[ bA4lodanil were present in roots, stems and leaves, 4 Heeks after transplanting, and stem damaee from Rhi:octonia snlaai was restricted. t n
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~ . . 1.•,. t+1 +!• THE JOUR::AL OF .CIIE1rICAL PrrY5IC5 • VOLUME 47. NU)tBER 1• --t \OVLitBER 1961 '3578-81 . o • Evaporation Rates and Lifetimes of Clouds and Sprays in Air. LY. The Continuum b7odcls ^~ 72 I I L• Re-?4 N S.I~, • ~Acpalmcnl o/CkcmJu1ry, Collctc o/ Ws7liom and .ltary, rVilliarn,tburt, Virtiaia O . , . . (Received ?1 May 19G7) un ., . M alternate matbematical model is proposed for the prediction of the evaporation rates and tifetimcs of • ~. douds and sprays in air.It is based on the conJinuum approach which considers a droplet system as a uniform • ' 'spberical source of vapor with a strength equal to the amount of vapor evaporated from tbe droplets ptr . trnit volume. T'be doud equations derived lrom this model are expressed in terms o! either the varinr con- : _" Qrntration.or the dropttet mass. Further approziroation icads to a lincarized cloud equation which c an G reduced to i simple diffusion equation to be solved by standard methods. Numerical results show• that the , -rorrtinuLm n:1de1 describes the behavior of a sat•irated droplet system much more satisfactorily 01311 the _ edhlor nrodcl which bas been recently proposed. For an unsaturated system, however, the cellular model • remtins adequate. By combining both of thc.u models, a Icnaal mndcl is obtained, a•bich should be of rencral ••- validity for all droplet systems evaporating into a fixed atmosphere. . - •• - I: INTRODUCTION lifetime equation eontains too many independent vari- Tse a previous paper' (hereafter referred to as I) the ables and ca nnot be solved w-itbout :nai;ind some drast:c evaporation rates and the lifetimes of an assembla;e of simplifications of the modei itself. drop!ets have bt en derived using the ccllrrlar model In the present paper, we propose an alternate moc'.r} which consists in dividing the droplet system into a~'hich is based on the crrrlrr:uum ap f•roacJr, fi-• t d:r cl- number of identical cells,.~ith'one droplet occup)ing oped by :11i]burn2 in his treatment of the evai*>0ra::^:~ each eell. It has been found that a saturated doud water clouds in both fized and turbu:ent•media. S: :ce reaches the saturation condition very quickly and its some errors have been detected in Miiburn's iuper, rate of di=appearance depends larbcly upon the evapara- attempts will be made 5rst to rederive the basic cloud tion rate_of_the drop!es_sit;,ated_at_nf-thuations in terms of.eiSbcr_~h~dcnnl~t_riabcn-.•1.••.. ~~~- ~L! :.) i 1
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50273 0575 -Zwieten, P: A. van (Jt. 'author) ` lteis, Ii. R. HYI'QiEt7SIV'Z EFI'LC'P 0? HYDF.AhGZYt1?;, INJECTED IrITO il'.'. VE;..T.ESAAL An^sTCSY OF "ti:S CAT, by H. E. Reio, and P. A. van Zwieteu Arch. Intcrn. Fha.rc:ncodya. jt9 (I'%o. 2) 494-499 (1967) G E~ ;; 0 n~~ ~8 4 4 7
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50273 0537 XX M0t-l:-Lay 1tev. tnt GhaC. (A!Cj 27 (79:71 a, !.r.r • . ~uis tor fat aoierr~.it~ation in cyoce)aze by ~:,, chromp'o~s~a~Jn~ Comparison between the classical taeml mtcrobufyric acid vr<tue and two e;ss clramii;ogrs;.hy methoda. . B! Or. It. Hadorn and,&,Zft"pirom the Central labo%atory of the Swisa Co-operatfve, 8aste. For many decades now, food chemists have had to cope with ci/'ic for milk fat the presence of other fats and oits can give MO problem of estimating milk fat in mixtures of fats or in choco- spurious iesults giving hi,h milk fat contents. • 1=tes. A whote series of constants was developed for this pur- Some time ago we ;ntroduced a new gas chromatocraohie pose and more recently methods of gas chromatography have method (2C) accordir,g to which the fat was sapornf.ed, th.e also been used to determine mr~k fat We will briefly discuss fatty acids isolated and the free fary acids then se..+.•ated trora the most usual methods. A gas chromatoaraphic method which a carbowai 20 M TPA cotumn. by using an internal standard we devetoped, was tried on a nunber of chocolate products. (vateric acid) the butyric acid can be determined accu•.:;e.y. 'The results were compared witn other methods and they are and hence one can calculate the propor2ion or mitk !3t Uctor- discussed below. . . tunatety it was found in practice, that other tabor.~.;.;.ras d;d rot t Conventional methods (Constants) (n the earlier years chocolate chemists tended to estimate the milk fat by means of the Rei:hert-Merssl value and the Polenske ,vatue (1.2) or the Reichert-Mcisst value in combir.ation with the saponification value (3). The Kirschner va!ue (4) and the Magne- sium value (S), the Co;.;er va!ue (6) and the Caprylic acid value (7) were atso recommended for this purpose. Since then and for some years now the butyric acid value introduced by Kuhlmann and GroCfcld (8) had virtuatly bccome the standard method. The method for determining A and B values (9. 10, 11) was less usefut for chocolate and it required an inordinate amount of time, reagent and material for testing (20g fat). - All the above values are based in principle cn the lower fatty get satisfactory results witrh this method. We have recen!ry „ork- ed out a yas chromatographic method (21) xhere ttie tatty ac d methyt esters from Ci to C.4 are clearly sepirated. The acid eon!ent is determined accurate'y by means of an internaf standard and the fatty ac:d distribution is catcuiated for t`.c remaining fatty acids. Since butyric acid is specrtic for milk f:.t and since the butyric acid conte^t of the milk fat is tai:l- cen- stant, this methcd shou!d be rery su:tabte for determining C.e milk /at in chocolate products. This paper describes the met.tiod in a form modified tor the examination of chocolate. 3. Principle and advantaaes of the new method One meets unexpected detficurties in the quantitative gas chro- matocrachic Ee;erminafion ct buiyric and ca,~roic ac:Cs Gf .~ '-i ~ ti'
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_...~.~~._._.: _ ~ ~ . QC Zwikl:er, Cornelis, 1900- 171 Physical properties of solid materials. New York, Inter- Z science Publishers, 1954. s00p. illus. 25 cm. : 1 C..l1-la 9*sv#to„Prnnorflvsi i Tltle. QC171.Z9 1951 ~. 539.2 54--3155 ~ LtGrnry of Conrress , 50-273 0577 , - ,......._.-.- __._..~..- ~~_ . a Cj c~ i3 ~J 1 6 ii u y~; 9 --~ .~ . .- ,.. .. . . . . , . ., , .
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r> .• (' 0 ~2f -.3 / (/ 9-fr ~) 50273 0555 28 >;I. 13cnzlcr: Die Zustantlsl;lcichunl; von van der Waals _ -~ .- -----.-~ - -- _ ~ ~ W .........,...... U ,.. ..,,.,, , . _ r ^--... nn-. • .~...~.. broi. 1q}4 rn., G~~ ~i ustarid~~slchul- von van er V~aas-.-- ~ (Stund der ltcutigc) I:rkrttntni.) SI~~ / Von I1.13cn•r.lcr li h ' ' c c Ii. A n- I I 1 ur tiG Jnhrcn crschicn tlic ArLcil von tlrcws (1) ubcr (lic }:nnlinuitiit des fliitisircn und knsfktnil;cn %uslnndti, und nur Nicr Jnhrc tipiilcr .•cri,f fcnllit•lttc J. 1). vun der Wn n i s[21,] scittc bc- ruhnttc Ui.scrtnliom iibcr (tcn glcinccn Ccgcnstand. 1)cr \mt Anclrcws zum crstcn \lni klur crkntinlc lt}t)•si{.nli.clTC tin(-ht"crliuit st•liicti schun nuch sti kurzcr Zcit scinc cntlhiiltil;c I)cutwig crfnlircn zu hnbcn. I)ic Arbcit ."on vnn der Wuuls bccinflutAtc mit ihrcn bcidcn «cscntlichcn I;rgcbnitiscn, tlcm Kurrespon- dcnzprinzip und dcm annlytischcn Ansntz fitr tlic r. ._ • _ .1_r.l..__ .tt.- nl-r Kurrcktur (lie I;ITrrcinaininmunt; mil der Er- fnlirutig zu crrrichrn. Alx 13ci~l~i~"Ir ,,ii• •jiutc strr %cit fiir snlrlic \'torst•Itliigr" st•icn tlir 1r11, ilr•n %un .1.O.llirsrltfcl(lcr, I).`tc%•rns nn ti. rittti [10J, C. K iimtncrcr [12J, I). It. 11rI.t ntl [1~;, I:.\Iczgcr[11i], O.Itrtlliclt u..l.~.ti. h~~ip n1;[21], 1'. I3ot•nrtl [22], S. \1'. I:entinn u. It. 1. /:nltlin~ • [31, J.llirnpan [!1] untl I'.L.•I'tirIiu u. ti.S.'I'st•hin [27) nnl;cfiihrl. Ittdcsscn isl tlas .u plauciblr tuTtl .clorinbnr so sichcrc lhcttrclist•Lc l'untlamcnt tlrr (:kirltunl; .un vontlrr\\'nnlti in \C''nhncril cinc :iu4mrra tit•Iiunnkcndc a C
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50273 0578 c Bull. ciunp. PlwsiopuiGk resp. 1981. 1981. 77. 269-327 TV Wh 81 CLINICAL RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY S.P.~ ~ ~ - A MORPHOLOGIC AND PHYSIOLOGIC BIOASSAY FOR QUANTIFYING ALTERATIONS IN THE LUNG FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL CHRONIC INHALATION OF TOBACCO SMOKE' MQ'THODE MORPHOLOGIQUE ET PHYSIOLOGIQUE POUR QUANTIFIER MODIFfCATIONS PULMONAfRES APRES INHALATION CHRONIQUE EXPERIMENTALE DE FUMEE DE TABAC G.L. Huber, P. Davies f-4A.-',,P r I~ n , V.E. Pochay, W.C. Hinds, H.A. Nicholas, V.K. Mahajan, M. Hayashi, M.W. FFrst " o~:~unn\or~~5u
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50273 0572 . INFRARED SPECTRA (of over 400 pesticides)/ f-: , -CHEftISTRY,ANALYTIC--PESTICIDES/MASS SPECTROMETRY/ 4 : ~ NUCLEAR MAGBETIC RESONAWCE SPECTROSCOPY/ ' . ~ ~.. .FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY/SPECTROPHOTOMETRY/ i l M! d j volume tx Ana lrcn e1 ro s or A ~ i°:; : ~:.. Y. y ~/ I 1 • SB I SPECiROSCOPIC 111ETNODS i , R 951 1 1 c..i a avaa~uv c~a.ai OF ANALYSIS Zw 1977 . 2 C. 9 0 • PLANT GROWTH REGULATORS I Edited by Edited by GvNI'Ek ZWEIG and JOSEPH SHERN[A D.r+.aw+r af Ch.. V•J.Ewiron,wwt t.d+seN.C.Ln fb.. d hrN1. Rrt++r. OJ, tw~iro+r.nl / Iwwr/..ir D.C. Inweei... An*q Awr. •aAi.sw.. D. C. . 0 0+1• d4 4 ~
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' XX ~ Ch -50273 0565 F'utochik, Johann Z63ECia;n[:~tGi: Gi RVAISVf:Z~ nCi:`tI1~G. (Sufitable Pc.ck::bc for Gervaic Cnecs$.) Photostat from: Hilchaiss. Bexichte Uolfpasaing 12 (No. 3) 251-1~5 (1961) ~ f-------- ,,,,..,,, . . . . ~ . Q 3 ii r1 ii li 7
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6) P, t %u nl) Q6~B3L `',t imY 623SSS - Tr;!1^r~S)zf C~;^.f7t>1.'I 4ufC.?J R4i^.'7.[rI*.~',`<t~. rf~~"Ci~~~ ..`.. ... ! v . ~ eC( .,~1 :4r.faS;Wa;-& •x DA L''~O So lin7.T.n 1950 ELZOS
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50273 0559 Q `'`"~" '~ ~7 `j~ p~ 018 LP322 P 206 Pt srir. Sri. 1981. 8 12, _(x-210, _ ~~~ C O LE J S PES7IC SCI . / '~. . Uptake of Benodanil by Tobacco Seedlinbs and its Relation to the Rate of Application and Control of Rhizoctoftia.solani J ~., James S. Cole and nvi kA;34„ . , Tnlxu•r•n Rr s urrh /kxrrrlj P0 B/+x I~VIK. Sulishnrr{ Zirr+huhw•e.- ' +~~) (Alnnusr•ripl rertired l8 Alur(b IyFll) Damage to the underground part of the stems of tobacco seedlings• drenchcd with bcnodanil in the secdbcds and transplanted into field soil containing Rhi:orfor+ia solarri KGhn, was negatively correlated with log(amount of bcnodanil applied). During the first 3 weeks of gm.%th, the dry mass per seedling was positi%ely correlated with the rate of benodanil applied and negatively correlated with stem damage. Concentrations of the fungicide extractable from roots, stems and leaves at trans- planting and after 21 days wcrc positively correlated ..ith the rates of application; in 71 daY3 th~ dec7~asc,~ by t4 in stems and roots. Stem damage at 21 days after planting was negatively correlated with log(benodanil concentration) at planting and 21 davs later 9
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~ QD 50273 0576 ~ 501 2wietering, P.•, jt. editor. C Cm's-m:`3'3 Gu CE'r',."TZ'sZl;, 3RtiJ Xt:~.^.1`A.iXQi:'AL, f^ :,~ T:rtiS ~"y• ~ i ~~ r I Pr.£~L7.:'L..~, ..~.l..t! =ULS Or~.~s hf .w•>v VL`L, X MO XZ, aj4-t€~d b7 S°ch<.lox, G1, Vo H„ G. C. h. vaisuft, acd E', ZuAuarira;. 1965 144-a p. 3oin PU1cy & Gcn® 2tea i'asFC 0 1f 0 0 ~J 0 t~ l~ U Mi A, 6
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50273 0580 --zwrscx~az~r,r,s;JISSi? ?i74f)~, VN:RSI'f't.^,PT:ANE-X-.R, C, UND I '.`..-- ...._._---. Schm:.h1, D. (Deut. Krebsfoarachuu^szentruM, Heidelberg, GermFny) ZS]ISC~i~`i:T:GF.BeiYSS3: ZU TJEN VZRS'.:G]liPLANc,N u, CUNDD. (Intermedisry resulta of the caiicerogen::cia experiinent3 done on behalff of t1iF r.esearch institute of the German Cigare4cr Zvydustz-I Trade Amsoc:iation.) 2 pa8ec Februw;.y 1466 Heide7.bercv. Germany ot~;~~,r,U', rl ti~y::
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0273 0568 GAS CIIR4:-1ATO(,';2APiiY/C%ROi-~AT<7G:4APtiiC ANAiYS'LS--1}TIN-T.pYFR CfiF:fj+WTGvRft'ri~% O~IPGRitiTt~r~n~1;0 p;'A' [SYc ' ~... . _..,,_ ~ . . . r. ~ . .. ~ ,~ _. -PAPER .CIi1RC1MA TaGitAPlty/ . ___... .... _... . _...~. _ ., QD 271 1972 ~Ch-,0:'A:fiGRf.rnlC CNAI..YSIS--L~QUTA CliltO*`A:Of.r1fHY/ rtr ~1 Zw 3- C. Vol.1 j C. Vol. II )° oDL ~~~:~;~ ~.:,QJ~~ '1:t, of Chronic~~ l o~m EDITORS lj.w..t C4nerdry t.eieacA Crpa...::~ Sjm_. Ai.Yvk JOS£PIT SSIERNtA, Ph.D. r [d.x- C.+kr . ltue+. P.nv., lraw p0leheA h: ......w.,~~_; -.~.. 11101 Cw+...r iNwn . CrwW. Cn. 44118 Volume I , IL ~.,~..~..~.~- 8 4 ~! a - l.mtlon N ~ . ,..C1tENICA~- lttln~T.R c..
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50273 0579 - )CI Ve2 . ZWISCFIFI~;ERGEb:3ISS1's MIT` DFM STAND Vo:d ?7 JA.~;UA!2. / ` --. Brune, 11. (Vasellnwat:k Schemann, IIaudburg, Germany) Z~:ISCil1:NFatG'EI;r.ISSF. MIT DE.'c S1'1:3dD VON 27 JH.NUAR. (Yneeruied{ ary rcport cn the crn^crogenes ts experim,nts with tobacco sraoke Cr.r frP.r,t:ion on behaZf of the icae:acch of the German Cigareti:e Indcstiy Trade Aasociatior.) 7 pages January 1966 Hsabuxs, Germany
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50273 0583 ~ Hag ~(1968) riarr£s, P. SCP.Ci:NIP:'u' 0? PtiYTOPilAGQ:TS INSI:CTS FL`!'. Ha)LQCI- Ch1. CONTROL OF t-l~cBS, by P. an:2 I[. ZwoaZer Can. Cnto;nol. 100 (No.3) 295-303 (Murch, 1968) +t...-.. .e~ .....,~...~- ,_, .z .~-: 0 t~ :'I , 0 0 0 u . .
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\ I.ntr•ORT NO. I. 50273 0566 V ~ RECf EE~ • !" i ~.'v ~{ ~ E PA-600/7-7 7 =149 ~,L U 1. TIT,E AND SVST/Tl% Organic Emissions froal utomobile Interiors 5. REPORT DATE December 1977 ZZII *+eRQ-7R S.P. 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 7.ANrrtORIS) B.PERFORf.11NG CRGANIZATICN REPORT NO. 2. PE.itOAMING CpOAN12.aTtON NAME ANU aDORESS 10. iROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Research Triangle Institute . EIiE624A P.O. Box 12194 >>. cN_TAA T,..Av No. Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 68-02-1325, Task 46 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME aNO ApORESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT aND P£AIOO COVERED Task Fi al 7/75 1/76 Office of Research and Development EPA n - ; , ,4 SP,N;oRINGaGEN~Y o E Industrial Environmental Research Laboratory . ~ D Research Trian~lz Park, NC 27711 EPA/600/13 ,S.SUPPEfiMENTARY NOTES F-ERL-RTP project officer for this report is Joseph A. ::IcSorley, Mail Drop 63, 919/541-2745. Id.Aas:A ACT The report gives results of an evaluation of six subcompact automobiles for the emission of vinyl chloride monomer (VC12) and other organics into the pas- senger compartment. Evaluated were a Ford Pinto, AMC Gremlin, GMC Veoa, GMC Chevette, N\•IC Datsun 710, and VW Rabbit. VCM was quantified using charcoal car- tridg~,s i7ter ~ac ~,d~ th ~~:_~s q d ro a araphy-raass spectrometry in the single- ' ~ ~ ~ ~~ ion d~teaf~ior hndde. VC~~'I 1•eL in he in o, Gremlin, Vega, and Chevette %e ere less than the 50 ppb detection limit. With inproved instrumental n ara.r.~eters . a 2 pa
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50273 0581- I NOISE/ THE JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCfETI' OF AMERICA 80 II Ey-80 S.P. .1:.~.~ a VOLUStE !S. NUMBEft 6-1•1 G :5JUNE ~- .le. Monaural Loudness Function at 1000 cps and Interaural Summation Ru. ..~ P. xCf.t MA. AND J. Zwtstoc>'+.t '4 t Bioatowstirs L,:harolo.v, Syrotrue Uxitersily, Syracuse, Xem York (Received 21 February 1963) A monaural loudness function i= :etermined for 1000 cps and compared to a previously obtained binaural loudness function. Although the r:o-iaural function appears to hare a somewhat smaller ecponent than the binaural one, the empirical evidence does not permit rejection of the hypothesis of a simple interaural loud• ness summation. The psychopb}•s::al methods of magnitude estimation with and without a designated standard and of magnitude produc;ion without standards are used. A combination of macnitude estimation and production without atandards 's accepted as a method with minimum biu and classi6ed under a more general methodological category ca'.led "psychological magnitude balance." U
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vz Go, : Zvorykina-r-Ys~-Kv;:=<3t,=authoi• I 50273 0560 Ga1 °d-farb,, xae Lt Gr 111 :•'t~~." 5 GP NTC;•3T~fr- P'~.~>,.._r...,~. ..u _. ... 1 .~ - ._. by la., L, C`-.1'c.i'4! b :r.,1 Vo Fe Zvc.iyhim.`..~. ~~, ;1_. waG1C'kl.~t: jatiL27t'+i*r~3i:'Lt~`! I'Ti11iL 1~`i.;8y r:O. Ef, `ts+f.s'-)i .. .. ~ a I ~. r•~ n 1 l r~~-28) (~~u:acF . } . f: ;) . : G u .
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,~ ,= Zvorykirk.y , V. K. .. j1:. c,uthor : h:alrir:,a„ To TJ, ' ULTRAVIG; .L. i A33£ORF:'IC11.,UPr.C 7i7A OF I:IDITTE !!~Ti) 1, AD~ CI-T N-OXIDr;' C•F COAn'D I4e 71',YL:.I:AB'+: Tt'1 , By Te H, :.Z;' ,, ~ F. D„ li.lurhe;t' '~. K. 7,voryl3na and <<+, Lo ColfCifarb of the u:SRs Dld. cQ r):•31n. Cu~..3 1;:.0 Bi>.jo, pP. 1:l:l;.31231 Lnglo Pp. 3 (v c~nc 5;b0) li v 1i .) -gi
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50273 0564 Br , Zwar; J.. A. , jtj aut.:, Bruce, H. Z. CXTOKIP:a1ti' ACTIVITY OF .riOM SUFsSTI`i'U'i'BD U?WI!S AND TUIOJn: AS, by r•i. Z. Bruce and J. A. 2war. Proc. Roynl Soc. Ser. B. 165 (P*o. 991) 245-65 (:915) c:~
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a ..-, 1IO,2 r Hcli. Soc. Chim. Setg. voL 84/n'4/1975 ~ p~•3P1-37~ ; NUCLEC?NIL:C SJ85T2:772.'~ :E =A!~ATEO JSOP~ORDNE COMPOUNCS VIA 7«Z'7E=IG'iIC IpTER'IED~IaAJTES(1) R. Ver!~E. 11. SchanPY, L. Ds Buyck. R. Venhoocke Lebcratory o? 'Jrganic Che~istry fecLity tE t;::=ulturel Sciences Stete Ur.Ive:s::y of Gent, °elgiu~n Ccu~u:e, 53:, 5-5~0;.Gant (Bclgiun~) • . Received 17/3/75 - Accepted 1816/7S. ADstrect lhe resc;ion of broainetaa :soc'korone conpounds with sodium methoxids !n eethonol hes been invar.t•aat.r U J l/ 1! i1 l! ~l U ~1 :7 ..,.. .._.. ----••-__ _ .
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50273 0590 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC •/ _ ~Il~~!"~TdLr~ ~ ~ ~D SAMPLE PREPARATION TECHNOLOGY ) VC~'- I C~`~ ZY C11 continutny qOucottvn propram in modern tec~ni,quq fQr 1982 sample preparation Laboratory automation for chemistry and biotechnology i 5'3 ~ - (This is a subscription; update issues will be received) Zymark Corporation 102 South Street Hopkinton, Massachusetts 01748 (617) 135-5331 ..- / - % 6l .! ' 4I 0 (./ Y~5) 1 0 0 a 0 n 0 i] 8 4 6 2
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(z. %v.•icj-,dwws,l I tn ni Nr 6 : . :: ~'. . . . Med: :Pr'. -23' (6)~ 57Y-6"&"summary (1972) ts~x.r'ssrschowsri , T. Czaflcowska, L Szymcsyic ~ uEDYCYNw Pttwc'r _ ACUTE INSALATORY TOJ>;ICiTY OF FREON 12 ~. ; X:A.za. Imm s . - S'uinmacY. - • _ The cornpound fits for one of six toxicity classes if some pronoancedly marked changes in internal organs appear and animals die following the exposure as de- tessniaed by classification criteria. - • . - . "e raw fraction of freon 12 B, was placed In VI toxicity class Le. of the lo- west toxicity; the rcrnaining three f_-actions fitted for the. V class. Ncaropsy fin- dings revealed mainly pulmonary congestion and oedema following the lethal con- cefltntions of the four fractions of freon 12 B.. the substances in question and the exlx>sure time. ' Acute (nhalatory toxicity of four fractions of freon 12 Bl (raw fraction, azcotrop, propec iraction, rcdistilled fraction) characterised by different chemical compod-. • Von was studied on white mice. : . Investigations were performed after the classification of Underwriters Laboca- . tories Ltc. (5) which consisted in diffcse•ntiation.of atmospheric concentntions of ' . -. - . . , . -` ,-
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!. 50273 0586 ~ Zvn:~.1?~atrtsk3, ~ ~'e?,3~ ; (I;~~r S;~a~.~:ocia afi liicx7~i_r_3 (and 1~arr3 coti7o)~): by Fe? 3.x Zyj-.a3.3'n1r:.:.:Id and Boclo `'`reaZ.. PLoio.,iat f:.o:au 1:rcho Fhjrxa-,i.e 2~ 9--a~~ (1959)-In Ge27 ~-zr~ 1~ r~ i: t`)
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50273 0591 A QH ~ 301 s ZymogQnio colls, No. 11. ~.G<af~i::* i aX' F?C~~o Cara'u~ id~ :j . IiE:itaref ty Flreeap 191,7° C"4e Vo lill?u. 26 n
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.. MOS~ COMPOUNDS/HYDROXYLAMINES/HYDRAZINES/AZO COMPOUNDS AZOXY COMPOUNDS/AROMATIC COMPOUNDS/AMINES. :/.ALIPHATIG' COMPOUNDS/ AZIDO COMPOUNDS/ORGANIC N-OXIDES/OXIMES/AZIRIDINES, AZETIDINES/ CARBOXYLIC ACIDS,AMINO/AMMONIUM COMPOUNDS/NITRILES/THIOCYANATES/ CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC--COLLECTED WORKS/ A Critical Survey of Proven Methoda - and Their Application in Chemistry. Natural Science. and Itiiedicina Editor•in-Chlef Friedhelm Kos•te 1 Edited by Georg 7hieme Publishers Stuttgart . Academic Press New York • San Franci:co • London 1~
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T11E JOURNAL UF Ct1ElIICALPliYSICS 50273 0532 . ' - '--=----.• ~ _ VULUAfk: 16. NUMBt R 6 ts JiAttCH • ~ • Pp. .~ : ; - ~~ 1; ` Evaporation Rate and Lifetimes of Clouds and Sprays in Air-The Cellular Model• 74 II R 2 • • ' Q . - • • e- 7 I ,uu T Zcrrr4~ . S.P: 11eParteneat of Ckemirtry, G.Rete of fi'illiane and 3lary its Virginia, 1Viiliaratburj, Virjinia (Received 2 September 1'X6) • A simple, yct eitective, matlsematical model based on the cellular method is proposed for the study of the evaporation ratc of liquid droplets in cssemblagcs in air. It has been found that the rnodi5ed cellular model is adequate b-r the dctcrmination of the rate of evaporation, the saturation point, and the lifctimc of a aronodispcrsc sy3tem of droplcts. All characteristic properties of the droplc•t systcm can be expressed in terurs of known parameters in closed form. Correction for submicron droplets is also given. Numerical tcsults obtained for various droplet systems of water and n-dibutylphthalate indicate that both the droplet radius and the degree of dilution have important effects on the evaporation rate of clouds and sprays. Several fwssit,ifitics are suggested for further redncmcnt of the theory and improvement on the model in order of droplets in air and the effect of polydispcrsity of to account for the inAucnce of dispersion and diffusion the ebud itsclf: ' L INTRODIICTION LTFfOUGH the rate of evaporation of a single droplet has been extensively studied both t.heo- rcticaily and experimentally by several authors,t work on the cvai-~oration kinetics of droplets in assemblages t~ of a droplet system has been described in terms of a s set of equations which results from the coupling of the rate equation for a single drop with the density equation representino the drop-size distribution of the system. At best, these models yield for monodisperse 5 in aar still rcmains very scarce' Most of the thcoretieaiSystems a fifetime of thesarpe_prpet_of_m-~enitttdr,u....L 7„r.,*.,~•r•_-_..._._....-_..,...- - ----~-•----s---^-; -„-.~ • ~: - ~- 3 ` ;'A tf, ij ;; y . •
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50273 0585 1(-Ac i'L-CRlYfi7t:L~t:!'Ot1F.:~, CA?;~'S~c :I,1NG ~'~:T, Ar;ah. N:arin 234, 292-7 (F95i) ~ - : . . ~ s. ~ . ~ ' . . ~ .. 7 c~ i1 l7 ~ 0 U 7
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Tobacc6'=-Air-cured--Revie%t.t U. S. . Agricullurul .1larkeling Service. Tobacco DivLion. Lifiht air-cured tobacco market review. `Vsishington. 1QwI-!~ ~/' /1? v. 27 cm. ar.nual. Issued In parts. Issued -1932, pt 1 by Production and Marketing Admfutstra- tion, Tobacco Branch. 1. Tobacco manufacture and trade-U. S. z. Title.. I3D9134.A3824 338.17371 54-20G20 ~ Library of Congress ~~ if,Or57c;i , r
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s . _ _. . _ _.__-- -~-._ . _....` ...~.'--.. < .....~:~. ...,._ ;TS ~2240` . , . , . •• . i nk : Tobacca•--Air-cured_--rEview~ e;%*:I%;zr6i:, B. C. 7G;:1.C C0 (Tzap,%.c.;.~ Lgricu.ltuLo Soriab:) 23 551 riFSeg Ht:nanitiee Press tie-er York f !1 n n n QA I r 9 .....~•:...~. !
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t ' Tobeaco•-Air-curingv~Aefinitions. VIII 3f..r»•t, A. F. Ru tlotea on tho chh-nistr7 of tohIcco ;c:+S' c„in,7, agoing ond fr.r~:~n`~tlcu. c"r,ot-onttet irome S (~cr.~t 6) 143-47 . Q. 1 ~ ~ n ~ Q 4 6 7
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62 17 8 0 o U U U U 0 °"3yc; a fL-w';,2a%j IC:i S9b1 •~~, -3:~~ ,+~ ; ;.~t3 ~~~r~~`~ °~~~~~ ~•~ tt,~<~~~ 4q Isua0ca- +el idl 4'.t7fj L9S0 ELZOS
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50273 0584 0 Hellarer et.t., Physiotogin3ie red toxikotogifslie Aspekie von Zyklamatte 19% ~ ~ . 9 %ft~~ ~Jlg Aws der Physiologisthen Abteitxng des Paracelsws-Institwts Bad Hal1(dsterrtio~) ~. ~yklamatc, physiologische iind toxikologischc Aspektc- tiner Verwendung ;% Von H. Hellauer, E. Gottinger und K. Hagmiiller (Bad Hall) Mit S Abbildungen und 5 Tabellen Rabbits after a I month daily intake of 1,2 gr. eyclamate/1000 gr. body weight show a considerable fall of the blood coaaulation factors: Quidt value, factor VII and platelet factor 3. The r- and k-time of the thrombelastogram extcnds. After a pretreatment with Marcoumar® rabbits answer by a decrease of the Quick value even when 0.3 gr. eycla- autef10C0grO body weight are given per os daily. Thus cyclamate is regarded to be a true 6epatotoxin for guinea pigs and rabbits. Etaminating 13 organs of the bilaterally nephrectomized rat the distribution of intta- .enously injected e,vclamate varies greatly with the applied quantity. These findings show tngether with concomitant ones the existence of a highe3t intracellutar tnridiment in the liver. Compared with the taste of sucrose the well known 30 to 40fold sweetness of cycla- mate tyrns ouf to be val}id~ on~' for ~'(oncentrations up to 0,1 *A. Exceeding 0.1 0/4 and (igally1 ia/# t~b* sae7tncsllf tht3sup~lfed tea decreas: at first relatively and then even absolutely. Moreover the flavour of 1'!. cyclamate and of T,S'!. sucrose respectively is found to be different for many people.
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50273 0571 , With tr.rtt: ihtttions by ,thct•s • S~rKYfrr,~~1Y :rY~ P CSTICIDES AND PLANT GI'.O1N'fH• ItEr.,i.iLATORS Li/r SrirMr~ Dirbi-jn, crrenur tl+:rm+{. R.>.~.sk Cwir v.::;A by LIIRC'•d:.TOGFJ~YHIC V:~ ANALYSIS GUATI:.R cnd IOSEi•M S[iEFM PRHSS ::cw Y4•t% ana 1AnJcn 1S72 0 6 0 0 . .0 _ 6 U 8 - 4. 4 3 Coture J ' ?esA clc%s
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50273 0592 431 ~ A Lymot;er..s, v. 12. v Advances in protein chemistry. v. 1- Nen York, Academic Press, 1944- v. IlIns., dipgrs. 24 cm. Editors: 1'J14-- M. L Anson (w[th J. Z'. Edsal), 1W9- J. 2'. Edsall and 7i. Bailey, 19 INDEXES: Subject Index. Vols. 1-5, 1944-99, in v. 6. 1. Protcins. r. Anson, Mortlmcr Inuls, ed. J ~-• i Lfbrnry of Congress t iG7r~52d'S1 9 _ _. .~ .~ . _. • . . _. -~ . ..1.. s . . . . . .. .'t:.... - •~.. :fi~. .. . . , _ . , ' . . ' ' ..f - ,
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50273 0589 , -. .u.~ :.~..:.__... _._..._.~ _. ~ _ VI Zy1 -Zyma2kcwski;-P.-and P. Pachaly (Univ. Bonn, .Pharmazautische3.Inst., Bonn; Germuny) AI9Iiti0hCYLIEItUNIGSPRODUKTE DI:S t`:ORNICOTINS. (Aininoacylation product of nornicotine.) Arch. Pharm. 299 (No. 4) 336-46 (April 1966) i ,"~r'~lOr"~.,•,9f'•TS-•Sos~'~Far!_':~*~?J°R,it~:a~.?.':+*Yr±;~t;•^s:T'i.,.--,.-~s.7/•==7,.aw. '?1f!,-"j^;l•1!'~'~L"'7~'T . ~.,.. U a~~ t~ n 7 ~ 43 4 Q1 1 . . ~ --,;. . _ . . . ~ . . . .
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50273 0573 Ekctroen:ephald aLand Clini:at Xeursphaiology 3/ /// f-/$0,C/y 7/) Se% r u is mg Compam. Amsterdam - Pnntc in T1 e Ctthcrlands 80 II Ey-81 TECHNICAL CONTRIBUTIONS S.P. EEG ELECTRODE-AMPLIFIER HARNESS . J. HAXLEY. W. R. ADEY ~. LWEIZI(zi AND R. T. KADo ... s SppK Biolorr Lobvroron•, Brain Research lnsrirtite. i.'nireisitr of California. Los Anteles. Calif. 90024 1 t'.S..a. i LUoepted for publication: July 31. 19701 An electrode•amplifier harness has been designed and developed in this laboratory under theaegisof theNational Aeronautics and Space Administration for monitoring the EEG of astronauts in awake and skep states during space missiotts. The harness has special features which reoomtnend its use in a wide range of dinical and ba Mvioral applications. lt allows acquisition of phlsiologial data from physically active subjects on a non-intederenoe ~ basis. EI~'i. EOG. I~pIG !pd d/qod•~ssta>; serior: are It is now essentially a bathing cap configuration with snap4n electrodes, requires one or 2 min to don. and no adjustments are needed afterwards (Fig. I). There are no excessive pressure points, and it is comfortable to wear in difficult environments for long periods. The onl% special preparation necessary is the application of ekctrode gd in minimal amounts. The harness thus has marked advantages for investigator and subject o%er current methods, whose limitations include tedious application
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50273 0606 76 XI Re-82 - TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--REALTIONSHIP/ SMOKING HABITS--GREAT BRITAIN/ S.P. ISN = 166 ' RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET . .. :. !3. ; .; ., , ,.. , . . British Broadcasting CoMpany. Gt. Krit., SMOKING AND DRINKING IN GREAT BRITAIN , British Broadcasting Co.. TV "Northern Life" transcript. Gt. Brit. . 81. ( I N : E,N G.) _While other Parts of the country have been taking health warnings seriousl;y, .'`th`e Nor`tFi=east"has in' the nai'n carried on 'regardless:;-: =._» but in the last twelve Months since cigarette prices started ~ soaring"this 'r`egion, has started coming into line with the rest of th"e co`u`ntry.- Cigarette.sales Maue' sluMped dre'Matically and -sinc-e the Budget in March they've gone down by another 10`/.... 4 U 7[~ 0 n tt 0 4 1 7 A ,
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A6 ~ .. Y ..~ ~~~. ~~...;...~. LATIONSHIP/~ TOBACCO=_ ALC6HOL--RE ~ ~..~_ . ~. 1 . . 50273 0608 ~~ - 71 X Ca-81 .S.Pt RJR CLASS N0: PAMPHLET 71 X Ca-81 s.p. Canada Health Welfare, Can. THE HEALTH OF CANADIANS. REPORT OF THE CANADA HEALTH SURVEY. CHAPTER TOBACCO USE. Canada Health Surv., p. 44-67 (1981) (in English) t :)!. - . .. Keywords: /tobacco/,/alcohol relationship/,/smoking habits/,/Canada/,/smoking b health/ It's the young, male and less-educated Canadian who is risking future health by current lifestyle. That is the conclusion of the report of the Canada Health Survey that, between July 1978 and March 1979, surveyed more than 10,000 Canadian households to determine risk factor, health status and impact of illness of mofe than 27,000 Canadians.... . ... . ! i . , .. .. . , . . . . . . \ 0 7 6 a..n,. o. .0 4 1.7 2 , W i
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,50273, Obl# . _ SMOKING HABITS--NEW ZEALAND/TOBACCO--ALCOHOL-RELATIONSFfiIlp/ . 81 X De/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Del de Hamel, F. A. , (Univ. Otago Med. Sch., Dep. Prev. Soc. Med., Dunedin, N. Z.) SMOKING IN HILTON: FACTORS ASSOCIATED WITH SMOKING IN AN ADULT COMMUNITY. Community Health Studies 5, No. 2, 155-64 (1981) (Eng) The factors associated with smoking in 80 per cent of an entire adult New Zealand community have been studied on two occasions exactly three years apart and compared with other studies. The smoking habits of a population are dynamic and there is today a very much higher proportion of young adult smokers, particularly women than there was 15 years ago and this proportion is increasing.... (WIL 218 DOC 7) 1982, # 1, W51 Ta(b) (tp) 12 0 7 0 0 n 0 0 4 1 7 7
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_,t..' .: r ~.. .,,•,.. ,. •,,., ~ TOBACCO-~=ALCOI~ •,>•IOL--RELATIONSHIP/sELATIONSHIP/ SMOKING HAEITS--RELINQUISIiI:vG/S`10KING I[ABITS --WORLD/TOBACCO--SrIOKING:--PSYCHOLOGY/TOBACCO--C0NSUP,4PTI0,J/ - TS 2240 RHR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Bi 1979 Bi Biener, K.. il' 1979 (Univ. Zurich, Inst. Soz. Praventimed., Zurich, Switz.) ' i. YOUTH AND TOBACC,Q, SOCIOMEDICAL PILOT STUDIES FOR THE PREVENTION OF THE . - •= .,: . , . . ~ TOBACCO PROBLEM IN YOUTH. ' *(Jugend und Tabak. Sozialmedizinische Filotstudien zur primaren ~ e Pravention des Tabakproblem der Jugend.)* '+`- -` -- ~_ Habekger-_Yer1aR,_Switz.,_,_184_p.-(1979) (in German man with English abstr.,) i - -- . ' Socio-medical studies of smoking habits among youth, in- ' cluding beginning of tobacco consumptiov, modalities, ~ motivations for smoking, effect of ,moking habits by parents and relatives; smoking habits among youth on farms and students living in dormitory, coupling of alcohol and smoking habit, opinions.among youth on advertising of tobacco products, tobaeco"consumption among future medical assistants and stifdenl•s of teachers colleges, effect of medical pre- vention measures on smoking habit, teachers and smoking .hah.it_:~rniri,nre5ent.iL-ive- stuJv_of -ex•_smokers. 0 7 0 0'0 0'0 4 1'5 0 -~~ T- - l !
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DRUG'ABUSE/SMOKING HABITS--U. S./ MARIJUANA/ TOBACCO--CONSUf1PTI0N/INHALANTS/HALLUCINOGENS/ QCP(,PHENqY,CL,IDj.NEj/RLC0H0L AND CI5ARETTE$/ TOBACCO-=ALCOHOL--RELATIONSHIP/ki - RC 566 Un NATIONAL SURVEY ON DRUG ABUSE: 1979 Main findings:1979 , 50273 0611 b i- Atrfda K. f hlue.e. lk.4ert l Abdma. MD. ft,oftu Axalr& c C rs aa8. n.a. BKW kawmcb u"" 71r Gmp w+Jieeto. U.innk7 ,aiwW b*kwte .D,AWw off.e of M.%W W ftok"mg Adaks "M Fohm Law Rodmft,Mw*a NO? 0 7f1n n(104 1 7 S
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50273 0607 . . .. .. . • • A"fi lirAT.TIt/TCr,.~rr.!1--••c;'mYT"r, --T1r,1T,T1T---F.FFErT/ T0T3ACCn --S'-tnKl*m--PASSIVE/ ~ TS SYMPOSION S1^mnSTlrt T1~~ACCC ANn ALCrnTnL, urnTCAI. Ar:' 224~ SnCTAT. pTZn.r,T.F.?.*q TiU 1n q TABAK UND ALKOHOL MEDIZINISCHE UND GESELLSCHAFTL ICHE PROBLEME ZOrich, 13./14.10.1978 Bull. Sch..'ciz. AI.aJ. S1cJ. VoI. 35 Fa%c. 1-3 p. 1-268 Rascl. Mari 1979 BULLETIN vI;R SCIIWI:IZI;RISCIIi,N AKADI:IIIE DER MEDIZINISCIIEN WISSENSCIIArTEN BULLLTIN DE L'ACADI:MIE SUISSE DES SCIENCES AZLDICALES 0 7 () (hO%LffT1QN® DtiLVAECADE1'IIA SVIZZI:RA n_rT,r_.r_SCIELti7. : _1,iEDICIiE
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50273 0603 -. -....6 ...i I SMOKING HABITS--SWITZERLAND/TOBACCq~-AI6pClIOL"'"iRELATIONSHIP/ t 77 x Bi3 ; Biener, K. _ (Tnstitut Sozial Praventivmed., Univ. Zurich, Zurich> Switz.) '! PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF.THE EFFECT OF HEALTH EDUCATION(RfjtFIE-STUDY - A 5 YEAR FOLLOi.'-UP). I *(Prospektivstudie uber die Wirksamkeit der Gesundheitserzietiung: Ruet=' , istudie - 5 Jahre spater.)* .. . ~ Off. Gesunch. Wesen 38, 63-73 (1976) (in German with English summary) - f-=- --------- . , ~ ln-lj nrocnr[twe studv of the nreventive effects on~ 1 juvenilcs of health education including sports hygiene M,c invcstioatcd first 2656 juveniles in North Switzer- . , , I i(and as to consumption of alcohol and tobacco, their f sports acttvttUes, domcstic and nutrtttonal sttuatton t and panonaT hygiene. This was followed by a group ~ of 60 apprentices of an cnginrering v.orks being sub- mitted to health education and eompared with 60 j controls without strcjl. influence - but from similar socia~l bac-kgrounds 0 7 n 0 n t~ 0.4 , ~ - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 X Bi3
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TOBACCO--SHOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SNIOKING IIABITS--SWITZERLAND/ 50273 0602 ~:TOBACC6==ALCOfIOL==REL4TIONSlIIP/ ~ ` 79 X Ba 'Battegay, R.; Bergdol, A-H. ,- ~ RJR CLASS N0. PAMII'HL.."`T 79 X Ba 0 *(Basle University, Psychiatric Clinic, Basle, Switzerland) COMPARATIVE STUDY OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONSUMPTION AND MOTIVATIONS AMONG WOMEN OF DIFFERENT URBAN AND RURAL AREAS OF S:JITZERLAND. (Vergleichende Untersuchung des Alkohol-und Tabakkonsur.is von Frauen verschiedener Kollekt've) 'N .rt}Ar, inai aiinvl4,a aCSO vA3 a e17,n111ci.'IL oi:acrrnce L'3 Licvr.va no si~nifice,nt difference in the emoscirq hatits of toti•n- and countrwonen. Q! ct 0 n tl 0 4 1 b b I . _ . , . ~E 9att_ o~..nd<nne `:arieBeri:dol of Bacle9a Faychiatris) bziversity Clinio Basle Univ., Psychiatric Clittic, News Release, Basle, Switz. (1979) (In Cerman)* • Bull. Eidg. Gesundheitsamte~, 1979, pp. 275-284, (May 26, -979)* !consuaptic•n imong vomen in the count_ry and women in tovns, there vao~ F
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i . 'C-_ViT 7~uCiG(: ~ .:a •u~Ylr;lt,~;,au~ pue cujcde Ild'Jul,*mn u;,or:;34 jo t.1;;jc:uy~ ~t~l ttv .. cf ~- ne IAa~ -ltuLxno-.zT V:•-oao eqoj; .4 rql IIIA
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50273 0543 X:rrn Professor Dr: Lng. hobU. Rudolf lfefss zum 74. Gebutfslag 5ewldmct • XII P.c-7k' ' t ~~~ rt!2c.~~u. ?~Sl 7.3(~4l. 116 :.P~~tx:faLzahl heitAgraiegelf6r"F716 eLt~i~ J voa Dr. Gerrani Sdsti&ei • COti::EC1J0:1 BE71lEEN THc'. FIWCTUIE-I)ROP COEF''ICIE{."f OF 1{EATSEr'U.ED FLAT BACS AND SPLITTI::C STRI:':C11! OF THEIR SEl+*!S, Mittcilung aus dem Institut fur Lebensm~tteltect+nclogie und Yerpedcuag an der Tediaisd+en Universit? t Mundlea -- InsUtut der Fraunboter-Geseilschaft ~ In ord^r to e!tlmcte the strcnqLh of hcat scaled scu::u of 1:.x:Na ;ecs-cgin? c:ateaals usua7y L*.a peel atren7L'1 {,r meesured on a tensUe testing mad.ine. As characluistic paranmefer servcr eaher the I:JUal value, 14e nasl- t+um value or the medium value of Ltie force during peeling. The question is r:iecussed whldt of LSese values Is sf?n1flcant fr a given case. Nowever 1t b principaNy rtot yet elear. ..•het these test data lndicate for Lhe real behavlour of secros t:n,'er practical cor•ditlo:-s of stress. In order to elear this the eorrelat/on barween the !m- • pcct reetstcnce of lrat bo;s In tSe r± cp test end t"e peel et,en;:h of its srcrs wcs (nvertigotcd• The pre: stren3tL was nea1lrel not o.•i!y ecc::rd,c7 to t^e t:ausl quceistet:e p:.r.cip:c, but elso by a dyr.at+le method wrccA ww dcrfved lroat the lmpacl pcnetratioa lest devcloyed by Gncuninper. !he tejufts showed that this dynarilc neNod simulates far better the behaviour of the seaeu In the drop lerf ol the bags than the quamtaUc ncasuretnent on a tensile /est mad+Me. But obvlousfy LUS b nol due to the dynaailc nature of thJs method only but also to the diflcrent kind ot stress with an anviJ whfcfi corresponds better to the con.dit:ons being present !n a dropping bag than the stress occurring wlth the clamps of the len- afle lest mad 1ne. . In the Invcst.'JotJons three p;asll_ eoated papers, one heal-sealoLfe eellophane and two eellephaaeliE-1.'lnu have bccn Icstc.:. • . . _.: , : . ~ :. ~ ~ • ~ • R ; . . .. . ... . . • ~. -r~.. ..c.... ,>.,. t _ . , ~ A ,~,.... .- . . . ---; .,-.. . ...: _ . _ -,.., . .: . . _ t L:
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0 50273 0610 SMOKING HABITS--U. S./ TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIONSHIP/ 81 X En, RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X En Engs, R. C.; Mulhall, P. F. (Indiana Univ., Bloomington, Ind., U. S.)- AGAIN - LET'S LOOK BEFORE WE LEAP: THE EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY ON SMOKING AND DRINKING PATTERNS. J. Alch. Drug. Educ. 26, No. 2, 65-74 (1981) (in Eng.) 3 The use of jogging and other types of vigorous physical activities are becoming increasingly popular alternative programs for the prevention of drug and alcohol abuse problems in many communities and schools: The drinking and smoking patterns of a group of university students participating in active endurance and in'pa•ssive participatory types of exercises were examined before and after a 15-week-period of enganging in the activities three times a week at 40 minutes a day.... ~ 07ci0n n04 1 74 ,
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50273 0594 '8 Q-,1 r;:E y-81 33 Iy~-~o~ ~i9~~ Jovax~w OF THE ~T~ucax rsy osor uTTC soMMY Progress Toward Validation of a Computer-Scored Test for ~ . ~ °-.. the Type A Coronary-Prone Behavior Pattern `-""' men with the Type A toronary-prone behavior pattern and those without that r.~~.~.~i A setf-administered, machina-.scond test questionnain to discriminab betweea ~ ..... . ._,.;,..:~ ~:.~. C. D. Jenkins, PhD,,:~: "~Ai; PhD and R. H. Rosenman, MD pattern (Type Bj was taken twice 6y ever 2600 men in the MKestern Coilaboratiw t"z•. Group Study In 1965 and 1966. Optimai weighting, discriminant function, and ~ factor analytic procedures were applied to these test Items to produce scales 'measuring Behavior Type A, Speed and Impatience, Job Involvement, and Hard- ' ' . .: ..... Driring traits res ~ za :'y'' ectiveh p ~ ,:. = - - 0 J 0 0 n(1 6 4 4 0 6 Psycliosomaiic-Medtcin~ ,
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50273 0588 . j~if7~' . . . :Y3itrtritllerQrt:il.cl~r.L~tLi ~r f•~t~. cr ;7~.zII -M• •Arch: P'tt:s:-tv;. 307(9)G.°•9-Q/r(Lit7/1). , ~ -}-Pyri3}'l- t!nd )'-LiI'itTUlY/'(itltyro1:SciSrr1° :=1S l:ilFiia:lili:iti?1l::?i • ~tr dcm Yi,:t~1a:- :isdtcr, In~!i:nt dc: ita1vcrAirt FionnO • Uri>Igegaricn : m 15. 3:uvcmic:r 1^•'?3) ' ... I, .` : t.ls po!cntict? ! r.tih-i+nithla KurOcn einite y•Pyrid, } ttr,d '}' CRlr,o;y}bt tyzolaclonc sycr : tlxtisicrt und gc9en iubifcxwiilc>cr hiuviscrisch gelestei • • 't-Fyri3y1• an~ J{lutra; S-butyro?jctvn;s as Potentiat A~ tihei,e~ir.thies . ~,;,,, .•. .. . • .. S,)ns fpyridyl-and ^fr,uinclyl•bi+ty.+ola,aonts have been synthesized as p:tent'sst anti- , he'tminthics and tes.:d provisioratl;• against tubi:cx worrns. i s : ... ; . ~r .~:..,.: ) 4 a Nac'h einer ZuKlttnttnstellun_e, von Stoll" litten 1947•ctvra 1,2t1 liiarlan Aien• . x~t:n an ~'urrtber~Il. Selbst h•rnn e!irse relativ 1-uru Zeit ttach :inct.n rerheerrtt- dea 14'e1tZ;ric,- ertniaate Za1iI hoher tieren sallte als der ublichc Durclscitnitt, zcigt sic doch die V:'ichtigkeit dcr ehemothctapeutisciren Eek~mplung von !%lurm- pwasitett. • . . - U:iter den Iiaup*irhaltsstoffcn der in Eurupa 1.%Ecte Z:it verxen;ctcn !:'Ltr,- tlrogett besi.zt d..s Sesquilerpen Satttonin eine I-actor.p-+t}Ipierunr. A11 dcre
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50273 0617 ,e,KC~,x~.- ~'1'OB~-ALCOHOL=-RELATIONSHIP/TOBACCO--PHARMACOLOGY/ NOISE/STRESS/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE--EFFECTS/ BF 575 Ma 1979 tress occupational aspects , Edited by Colin Mackay and Tom Cox A collection of papers presented at the Er nomics Society's Conference _ hophysiological Response to "' Occupational Stress' ~,Jniversity of Nottingham, September 1978 ' I-- I IPC Science and Technology Press 0 7n 0 n.004 1 8 1 , , Responseto I
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SMOKING,HABITS--Sk'ITZERLAND/TOBACCO--CONSU4PTION--SIdITZERLAND/ I`TOBACCO=y-ALCOHOL---RELATIONSHIP'/ , : t r : GROUP. 79XBi RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 X Bi Binder, J.; Sieber, M.; Angst, J. (Univ. Zurich, Zurich, Switz.) TREND IN ALCOHOL, TOBACCO AND DRUG CONSUMPTION IN THE 19-20 YEAR OLD AGE *(Entwicklung des Suchtmittelkonsums bei 19/20jahrigen Jugendlichen.).* , IN.THE CANTON OR ZURICH(SWITZERLAND). 1971, 1974, 1978, Pt. I. II. Schweiz. Med. Wschr. 109 (No. 36) 1331-35 (1979) (iri German with English ~ cn~ ~ » ~~ c .. . -dc~l abstract) ~ Tobacco iss the only stimula~ which showed a definitg d.al#nce among male ~` smokers ~urinQ*the investi¢ated neriod_ Tohacco . consumntion amonQ women remained the t same. It is possible, that the improvement of the situation is due to a continuous education-on the harmful effect of smoking. Mueller(8) has shown that*school children are generally well informed about.the harmful effect of,kobacco consumption'and know 1 of excessive a1ebhol consumption... The difference In knowledge about.the hazards of 1' tobacco consumption and alcohol consumption may-explain the divergency..of the .- !'development of consumption,of the tw,~ legal stimulants during the investigated•,~_._ period. ' ' 0 70 0 n o 0 4 1 b 9 !
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50273 0593 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ HEART DISEASES/CORONARY-HEART DISEASE/ .0-11 y-.. 80 II E81 SP ' Jenkins Activity Survey . C. David Jenkins, Ph.D. #a ski; Ph.D. Ray N. Rosenman, M.D. l FORM C . . _:. ,` a '' " ~' • + 100 tests ~ i ')~dllUdl -_ 12g A1~. ~ /`nrn fnr ernri nn • IM Vs/MVWY11Mt N-t`t'+`1141W- rt'tO4Klt. ~lltlcru+ ' . ~" _ A S~,bsdary~d Narca,n 9r~cs 7tfirrr '+o'v+cti.l~iES.:j'•' ; t:;.2 t Ci3~r s2; .~ ri aat e~ ~ ~~'~ j:. 4 er.Ae~ -:.. _ : tNPrr.pnt S 19t9 oy tne psrchotoy~csl Co•pasfws. Ju/.qtils •sawe No oin el.nn wvbt.crne- ~+atr o. ..pPotlu•.frM W tr.r.n',Wv1 in .nr fonn -' v by .rr mesns..Nnfos v eafthaMNt. MwNA~p pWloeopY. n:r.•Omy ),..ny xPamN.mn s!.•.qa .~a vt• e+N strstrn r.rrov~ Ge•m s: on - m arnlrnp f+om tt+' pu0bs~!•. flea~ssti faDNiuas.on to m.4I coH•es ct .~, N•f OI t!~e r,.. s^p~. 0 L~t +!yltep.J% verm,taont, Ttr PcVcNofoq,ca • tMaO A.r•+aR. MOw rOA. Mr.}AOly. taMN on Kt un,ts0 St~ttc.cl Ma •K. : JASMariualJA~JASJAS : ~ ~,.....>a.-..~ ~. .....~.~e:~. _ _ ~ - 7 0,, ~1 c~ n c~ u~; ~;~ S
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TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIONSHIP/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ Separate and Combined Effects of Alcohol and Tobacco on the Amplitude of the Contingent Negative Variation 81 X Kn Psychopharmacolog• 70. 167- 172 (11980) Key words: Alcohol - Tobacco - Nicotine Verner J. Knott' • 2 and Peter H. Venables' Contingent negative variation (CNV) ~ Department of Psychology, University of York, Heslington. York Y01 SDD. England 2 Specialty Clinics, Royal Ottawa Hospital; 1145 Carling Avenue. Ottawa, Ontario KIZ 7K4. Canada Abstract. To examine the separate and combined effects of alcohol and tobacco smoking on cortical function- ing, the amplitude of the contingent negative variation (CNV) was studied during a simple reaction time task in non-smokers, tobacco-deprived smokers and non- deprived smokers in sessions involving administration of four cigarettes and/or 0.65 g/kg ethyl alcohol. Computer analysis itidicated that alcohol and com- bined alcohol + tobacco significantly reduced the CNV amplitude in non-deprived smokers. Two sub- groups of non-smokers were identified, one showing 0- 70 0nn04179 Psychopharmacologs ,C:~, by Springer-Verlag 1980 r hance (synergism) the pharmacological action of al- cohol (Bhagat et al 1971; Joyce et al. 1972; Tong et al. 1974; Lyon et al. 1975; Myrsten and Andersson 1975; Leigh and Tong 1976; Leight et al 1977). As smokers consume more alcohol than non-smokers (Thomas 1973) and as heavy drinkers and alcoholics are in- variably heavy cigarette smokers (Dreher and Fraser 1967, 1968; Moody 1976) these results bear obvious implications concerning the processes underlying both separate and combined alcohol and tobacco usage. Attempts to relate the precise role of tobacco; ,
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y=, F iRF-CURKD AND DAKK AtR -CuKB 7a8ACC0 mpkWTR'r-v fcW l 95SOW (~ 95~-1 ~f59 _%.FlsM) 0 0 7: .~ Q n: U(~,.4 I~S 5 . . ..,.,_. . -- .. .. -~-- ._.... _._~... ..
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~ 50273 0616 r i TOBACCO-=ALCOIiOL;--RELATIONSHIP/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/ 77 XLeS _-.,.. .... RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 X Le5 Leigh, G.; Tong, J. E. (Univ. Guelph, Guelph, Ont., Can.) EFFECTS OF ETHANOL AND TOBACCO ON THE JUDGMENT. Perceptual Motor Skills, 43, 899-903 (1976) (in English) .-To dctcrminc the cffccts of thc joint aJministration of tub2cco ~anJ cth~nol on shurt-intctval timc rxoclu.ti~~n ctnd to scarch fur Ji(fc•rcncc•s bc- twccn thc oscrndinb, the 1•cak and the dcsccndinr limb of the blwQ alcohol ~cun•c, ttvo groups .:f 6 mJc subjccts tvcrc tcsttrl on intcrvals of 1.5, 4.0 and 9.0 tscG Ethanol at 0.06% arnl 0.08;'o bluu.l alcuhnl signi(icamly lcngthc•ncd thc scores and onc cirgarcttc pru.lucctil luwcr scures. Thc rcl.ttiunship bcm•cc•n levcl iof bloal alcuhnl anJ time scotcs rcvcrsc~l in thc I:~ucr part of the tcst scssion. jThc rrsults.att;.4li#cusscJ: in tcrtns of c(fcc{s of..Lrurs on irous.rl systcros. ..~.---- --,-..-~--- 0 70 Q n`o 0 4 1 8 0
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..~.~v 3 .~4 vv n.~ ce - • .. Ci:fi:11'.G3~ Yltu's CC Or rIt?E+-Ct?t`'LT., E. f',:Prinl- S'r.ea~ Tt^.c?a_~ t, CIF:,2} :1.? ~. ...7;. .n,.,~ n., ,R I / {,,''fobacco=-Air-curi~d,-flue-curing compared wi.th,' biochetnica11y. . d r r"•. . ,: ....,: , t.. : Y ~ . : .~ . . . ~.~
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50273 0614 TOBACCU-.-ALC0l3 0L--RELATIONSHIP/SMOKING HABITS--SWEDF.N/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--S4IEDEN/DRUG ABUSE/. 77 X Hi RJP CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 X Hi Nibell, B.; Jonsson, E. (Karolinska Inst., Dep. Alcohol Res., Stokholm, Swed.) ALCOHOL, DRUG, TOBACCO AND SNIFFING PRACTICES A.*tONG SWEDISH SCHOOL CHILDREN 1971-1974. - - s t Brit. Jour. Addiction 77, 111-27' (1977) (in English)" Starting in 1971, random samples of Sirrduh srhools are used to study 1ht sludrn(s' prarlius rorirnning alrohol, drugt; lobacco and sniffrng. . . 'Ftwer 13}rar-olds rc porttd in 19i1to drink, smo'r.r or have snffsng experirncr, than in 1971. Thr samt trtnd eon be sern on the tobacco and sniffingfirarlirrt mnong Buts agrd 16. Il has bcromt ltss preralrnt amnng the l6~) ear-olds to drink betr onre a wrek or marr. Jn the fuoyoungcst agr g,ou`s thr girls drink about as often as lhr boys. Hou cvrr, Ihr bo}s urual, drink larger quanlitirs on cach occasion. J1'o important eariations bctwun the dcrrnl social classrs, as to !lu nurnber oJconsumrrs, can be seen. 0 7 0 0'. 1 n 0 0 4 I 78 L , ,
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M-r-r~ ~-- ~-~•L•~.. aV~antr/GENETICS--DISEASE/CARDIOLOf:Y/ SMOKING HABITS--TWINS/ Series editor: (;eorge J. Brewer et al /PROGRESS IN CLINICAL AND RIOLOGICAL RESEARCH, VOL. 24C/ ~ ` 1~I;_' c '~ ~ 5 ~~ .-, . ,- V 0~1 8 ~! _ ~~~, Pr -r 1978 Congress on Twin Studies August 29-September 1, 1977 Washington, DC ~ Proceedings of the Second International Part C o? ci. on U 0 4 t R~ PAOLO PARISI Gregor f`1endel Institute Rome, Italy ALAN R LISS, INC o NEW YORK a 197£ I 50273 0619 : L EDITOR WALTER E NANCE Chairman, Department of Human Genetic Virginia Commonwealth University Medical College of Virginia Richmond, Virginia ASSOCIATE EDITORS GORDON ALLEN National Institute of Mental Health Rockville. Maryland and
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50273 0624 SMOKING HABITSr~LSWITZERLAND/DRINKING HABITS/ 81 X Mul TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIONSHIP/ Muller, R. RJt CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 X Mu ~ (Institut Suisse Prophylaxie, Dep. Recherche, Lausanne, Switz. DEVELOPMENTS OF DRINKING AND SMOKING HABITS IN SWITZERLAND 1975-1979. (Evolution des habitudes de boire et de fumer en Suisse, 1975-1979.) Drogalcool p. 3-18 (Mar. 1981) (in German with English abstract) Keywords: /drinking habits/,/smoking habits/,/Switzerland/•„ „ ~ On the basis of two transverse inquiries in'1975 and 1979 respectively, the development during those years on the amount of drinking and smoking in Switzerland is given.. It seems that while a lesser_number of ~ people are starting to•smoke, on the other hand the smokers are less apt to give up smoking. Women show an increased trend to smoke, while men smoke , less. The frequencies of alcohol consumption seem relatively stable; a trend towards increased alcohol consumption exists among men aged 55-74. Towards the d m c 1 i 9 d ~ec d~ions are made based on the findings. _._z....,• ,fl-1,_ ._._~.i-_-- ~• _. ~ ~ TJVr
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! 50-273 0623 _.. ~... . ----------------------- T08ACC0--SMOK TOBACCO C AL OHOLDRELATIONSHIP/=".' BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/PERSONALITY/ THE SERIES IN CUNICAL AND COMMUNITY PSYCHOLOGY i ~'8 Mo 979 { ~ An Interactional Perspective i A HALSTED PRESS BOOt{ JOHN WILEY & SONS . New York Chicbate Brisbane i _ Torqpto Lsrry Wayne Aiorri. Department ojPsychology Middle Tennessee State University ~..----- ~ ..~... i 0 HEMISPHERE PUBLISHING CORPORATION Waahlrgtoa New York Loodoq (7ONSUL7iNG eDCtORS: CHARLES D. SPIELBERGER and tRWIN G. SARASON EXTRAVERSION AND t~TTRO~TERSION With a Foreword by H. J. EYSENIX Institute ojPsychiatry University ojLondon R
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50273 0622 "TOBACCb=-ALCOHOL--RELATIOyS•dIP/': SMOKING HABITS--TASMANIA/TOBACCO--SPfOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ RJR CLASS NO. P.ViPHLET 79 X Le Lewis, I. C.; Rayner, K. .:. (Univ. Tasmania, Dep. Child Hea1th, Hobart, Tas.) • 79 X Le. S'iOKING, AND ~ THE CNA'JGING SCENE: DIETING, VITAPiINS, ANALGESICS, ALCOi30L, HOI3ART SECON,DARY SHCOOL. STUDENTS IN TASMNIA. pfed.. Jour. Aust. 2(hb. 14) 632-35 (1918) (in English) ' A comparison of the results of siirvcys ' eonducted in 1971 and 1977 involving secondary 1 indicate that the kiouts of he.itth educotion in u:e ~ school studcnts in Ilobart has bcen made. It ~ at present are not effective. ~ tcvcalcd an incrcasinh intokc of alcoho( and -- - 1 vitamins but a decrease in analuesic usage in hotlr -- lsexas. fcniile studcnts vvcre smoking more t frcqucntly and rirore heavily and more of thent 4vvcre on _wcight-reducing diets. These results .. _ 0 7t10nt104 1 8 6
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Tobucco--Alcohol--P,olc-tionship. S11vo~tes T0:3"CC:O n;SBRY0T-1',C.1, i'T!". i J0T 'i"'rfr,T >>t?tl iUi'iUl~^~L `'i:l.`:'PO"i`; Ct' A ri0i.^,CC.(s~:i:2Cn D1S'.3:.'t LY H. Silvette, H. B. Iittag und P. S. Larson. tia. J. (,r.:1tf1^1mo1u LQjv 7Y-?,00 (Jt.il~r ].cAS0) - lizo'to3 tIn•h I ~A""Mlr.~ . a 7 r~ p' n U o 4
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80 X .Scl SMOKING HABITS--SWITZERLAND/ TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIONSIiIPj RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 X ScI Schweizerische Fachstelle Alkoholprobleme, Lausanne, Switz. German - IN SPITE OF ALL APPEALS, DRINKING AND Sr10KI\G CONTINUES IN SWITZERLAND. *(Schweizer bleiben alten Gewohnheiten treu.)* Oct. 10, 1979) Schweizerische Fachstelle Alkoholproblem, Lausanne, Switz.,1 p./(in complete English translation available.) Lassane, October 10 (DD?). In spite of all the warnings against alcohol and tobacco, the Swiss continue to drink and smoke as always: A ques=io.^.na:re circulated by the Swiss Bureau for Alcohol Problems (Schweizerisch Fschs=elle fuer Alcoholprobieye, SFA) in a sanne which was publishe3 on ':ednesday indicates that thes,e habit forming, substances continue to, be conswced as .~requeatl~• as ., .. : they were four years ago. . • 1 0 7 0 0+n 0 0 4 1 9 4 , , I I
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50273 0631 ' 2OBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIf1NSHIP/MARIJUANA/SM0KING HARITS--STUDENTS/ 80 7C S i , RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 89 X Si : Silvestro; J. R.; Vacc, N, A. • - (State Univ. Coll., Fredonia, N. Y.; Univ, N, C. Greensboro, Sch. Educ,, Greensboro, N, C., U, S,) COLLEGE STUDENTS AND ALCOHOL, MARIJUANA AND TOBACCO: A COMPARISON SURVEY BETWEEN 1967 AND 1978. chedelic Drugs 11 (No. 4) 351-3 (1979) (in English) • Jour Ps y __._ i ~ Studcnts .%"crc askcd if thcy smokcd regularly, in thc pcrrentagc of "rcgular" and'bccasiunal" smukrrs uas a marked reducti~+n ( frum 1967 to 1978' and a drainatic incrcase in the ll Th i ll rrc y or not at a nna ~ occas . I crccntagc of 1978 studcnts .vho did not smukc Xl • ,(4)- 26.25, 0 7 o '0 n d 0 4 1 9 S
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50273 0633 St r O I HABITS DRUG ABUSE H , / / i . .-...A U S A "A~ t N TIO ~ .. , L COM,M SSION ON MARIHUANA AND DRUG ABUSE/ `TOBACCO - COHOL--RELATIONSHIP/ RM 300 Un ~El 6[10 r i 0- cal . 1973 ~~~n_.eel an par,apealbe Second Report of tlye National : i i arihuan"s'lTiil- mission bn- '- Dru= Abuse March 1973 9 7) I )
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.. ~ 502T3- 3a . . , CANCER--PREVENTION/TOBACCO--ALCOHOL--RELATIONSH+IeP/ SMOKING AND HEALTH/DIET AND DISEASE/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/ 0 RC 268 Wh 1978 . PREVENTING CANCER Dr. Elizabeth Whelan PREFACE BY PHILIP COLE. %i.D. HARVARD SCHOOL OF PUBLIC HEALTH . wl` .) ... . ,r V I O• O •J O 0 4 1 9 8 C W•W • NORTON & COMPANY 1~( NEW YORK C ' " ie, A .i r f
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ii,.. . TOI3ACC0--ALCOHOL---RELATInflS11T f RA 776 Ro 1979 0 Alcohol and Mcohoiism The Report of a Special Committee of ~ theARoyal College of Psychiatrists ~~ . . ~ roreword by SIR MARTIN ROTH THE FREE PRESS A Division of Macmillan Publishing Co., Inc. ' 0 7 n n 0 4 1 9 2 KlW 1'ORK A , I
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j 50273 0627 . RC 261 Pr 1981 SWEETENERS(artificia1)/ TOBACCO--ALCOHOL-=RELATIONSHIP/, CANCER--IMtIUNOLOGY/FOOD--CARCIIJOGENS/VITAMiN C/VITAMIN E/ DIET AND DISEASE/' ... /CANCER--NUTRITION/VITAMIN A/ Progress in S110KING & HEALTH/ Cancer Researcli and Therapy Volume 17 Center M. D. Anderson Hospital and Tumor Institute Houston, Texas Guy R. Newell, M.D. Department ojCancer Prevention The University of Texas System Cancer Nutrition and Cancer: Etiology and Treatment Editors 0 7 0 0 n p 0 4 1 9 1 Neil M. Ellison, M.D. Department oJHematology-Oncology Geisinger Medical Center Danvflle. Pennsylvania Raven Press  New York
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i `9~;L ?/r !~, ibTl.T., t N: jti?•~'C~U~~ LI!? tT(~T(+iC= _ ., ~ . X o, 1 1: "tl ~`zotjQ;~ •SE90 ELZOS
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'_ 50273 0620 TOBACCO~--ALCOHOL--RELAT ION/ N ICOT I NE--PIIARMACOLOGY / CAFF E I NF./ 77 X Ni1 RJR CLASS NO. PA,~II'HLET " : Ni 1912 Nice, L. B. (Clark Univ. Biol. Lab., Worcester, 2Sass., U. S. ) COAiPARATIVE STUDIES ON THE EFFECTS OF ALCOHOL, NICOTINE, TOBACCO SI•1OKE " AND CAFFEINE ON WHITE MICE. - I. EFFECTS ON REPRODUCTION AND GROWTH. z.A Reprinted from• Jour. Exper. Zoology 12 (No. 1) 133-51 (Jan. f9/.Z) (in English) *Note date* r~y ~ (~J.p••!,) /.i3.-3/ ~3 '' T~~bacco inhi_ion injcctcd into ~'oi>'ng raLb:t, 1,y ltiillinn and -1,;,; Tcrrin (4G) had a decided !4cniting cfTcct; Lowcvcr, if tLc injcc- t ions ~~~cre stol~hcd, the nnimals ~.ainccl rapidly :uul xnon c(lunlli it tho c•mitrok. 1,:tbLils suhjcotcd to the fuines of lohacrn 1kv ~%cbrow:ki (G(1) for =ix to eight hwur: daily for S6Vcral m11nth~ -uft'crcd fronu ]nfzs of nhpctitc :uul Itrcat cmiciatiau, lo<inr frmu ?0 ~ to 17 per ccnt of thcir weight. Nic•ntinc injcctccl iuto by , l c.rc (l~) ~ecqu cl iy Lr:c pni~-on to sonic aud :1:s1 iinulanl 1t) utlir~s. Plcig (21) sulijcc•tc•d guiiu•:, liig-, to Lca.;y inhtilati(n .r• uf tnhncco smolcc, to injcctions of cxtiact of suwkc or iujeclium of nirnlinc. nud uLt,.;~uud al~urtiun,, still-hirthc, uuclcr-sizccl, N~•rak:uu) Stinitecl' ynulit;. L'nfortnnatclY faih to give Jcfinite dctail, and vnnili- ' tio»s of his cNperilnents. __ r_____--- -- 0 7 n o 0' 4. t. I
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.: ~ - R _ l 50273 0612 ` ; 850 (f• TOBACCO--SMOKJNG--HEALTH EFFECT/ .TQBACCO--ALCOHOIr-RELAT IOfISH I P/ 'I PROGRISS Iti CLIVICAL AND BIOLOGICAL RESEARCH `V0I . 69C Stritt Edirorj ' viecsm r, Li..cMd Nu1ue Wt toAen Gav Gxw{e J. a~ kun HuKWorO St)~r S. \ey Sdary L'Omf,un/ Jonah.e `~ TWIN RESEARCH 3 Proceedings of the Third International Congress on Twin Studies June 16-20, 11i80 Jerusalem Part C Epidemioiogicai and Clinical Studies Editors Luigl Gedda The Gregor Mendel Institute of Medical Genetics and Twin Studies Rome Paolo Parisl The Grepor Mendel institute of Medical Genetics and Twin Studies Rome Walter E. Nance Department of Human Genetics Medical Coliege of Virginia Richmond, Virginia Alen R. Llss, Inc., New York 0 7 0 n n 0 0 4 1 ) 6 0
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~=Tobacco==aldshydes.`' 50273 0640 ...... C?2`~h'~, 1; •a 5'3'UAIE;~ • CN W£ FiSETMAY, 0?4s oF 'i•CBileL_o L£AWS. ~1RT )iTx. CARBONYL FRAr.TIUN Ci_'.•; n:.1::: 3 ;fi~~a'ici1.°. r± 0. 7~l ~ n n 0 4 2 0 4 , ,
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U\'U~dAOU 2r3%.ri -rCu Kt72OXICJ 6•7~~ J F1.i'~ el~ Z,y`~ ~{J •6 ~+~ rG'l f4: V t':IV '[... :'~T~LL'J'L.2~t1 L? g~9~?:;`~. .il3!lv~T'e+~ ~ Nnt. .:r. r~ .~ a7 Jt.~ r ru rry y~ ~ ' - -' 86P.&qep•LV""Opo uQOy ~q ~}
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. i ' 50273_0609 nRAf;r0--t;Mn};T*M- -PSYCI lnt.0rY S"1r)KTNG 1lAiDITS--nRTNKTNr TQRAf:Cn--A1X.OHnL--RF.LA7'Tn~;S ITP/: ' RJR CLASS NO. PAAPHLET 78 X Cr 78 X Cr Craig, T. J.; Van Natta, P. A. (Rockland County Community Mental Health Cent., Pomona, N. Y.; Johns Hopkins Univ., School 21yg. Pub. Health, Baltimore, Md., U. S.) THE ASSOCIATION OF SMOKING AND DRINKING HABITS IN A C0:•1;•Sl'NITY SAMPLE. Jour. Studies Alcohol 38 (No. 7) 1434-39 (1977) (in English) l~Several sludies, primarily from clinicalrsettinfis,.havc sui;geslcd :r hish- ~ dcgrec of correlation het-Wecn smol:ino and drinl:ing behavior (1-8)~~I Walton (2) has postulatc•d thc c.i.tci~ce of an "addictivc hcrsona]ity ' leading to excessive usc of both sulwanccs in suscc•htih]c pcrsons and ~ has sug,~,cstec] that, among alcoholic paticnts, tljosc 'w1io do not smokc ' hcavily may represcnt a patliologic•a11y distinct Subf,rouP for whom cx- ccssive usc of a]coliol may rcprescr.t an attcmht at sclf-mcdic•ation for ~ underlying psychological dislress. The Prescnt study, part of a larger survey, pcnnits these thc•oric•s to be examined in a community sample ~ in contrast to the clinical samples previonsly sludicd__ . . ~ 7 n 0 n n 0 4 I 73
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~, Tobacco-Aldehyd©s--Iso],ation aa 2,l,-dinitro. E pher~ylhydr3 jMaonol. VI On, Studics on tha oasonticl oi]..- of tioksa cco ~t~(.3eU:is Fi ~"G J~7 ~dil'~XL'yJ. 1Zc3C:~.J(7t~ nJ .i."c,c! Gaii)ill- ttlnl iti~~Ur,~71 iaf;tjs:k3o In n.7nonno4~ 1 c~ ,
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50273 0563 TRE )OUR\.\L OF C'IlttNtlCAl. 1'IIVSICS VOLUMB 43, tCU%trtEk 10 OCTOIIER, 1955 7GIZr,?, ~ - 7e 5.P, High-Tcmpe:•ature Equation of State by a. Perturbation 11-iethod.-II. Polar Gases* ~ jkO„SF1t7 ~.V,', 71kAIatGt ~ ~~A, l ' II lr Sl lr CG r l L b $ i Li i c i y ?' • f -L C s ar cm s ry n nra ory, : e i r r . , c: rrr, cnrra er ng e( - ~ . (ttecci\•ed Jar.uary 4, 1955) The pcrturl,ation theory ctcscrihccl in a previous article is applicd to the e1!cUtatiotl Of the Crltlatio.l of state at high trm;)cnturc ot :L polar gas. 't hc clcctrostatic dipol.lr patc•ittial is am,idcrca to Lc a trcrturLa- tion oii thc nonpolar Lrnnsnl-Jonc> potcniiaL Thc dili,ilc enntribatinn tu thc c,lliation of +tate i+cxl+re5scd in terr.u of pml crtit•s of tlle tu'I crturbcel system. T! cs.c• lrropcrtirs are nLtalnccl :ront exl,criment:;l data oe argon sud xc•noa. \umcrical tt},:v-. ,i thc rcduccd cqucaion ot statc o: tl•c luo!ar cas, over r, wide tcntpcra- turc and clcnsitv ranrv, arc pre-cnteJ. The thcory is tested on watcr \•a!x,r :,nci on methyl fluori4c. '1'heo- retical prediction, oi tiie trressure .:Free lcith esperinunt:a data over avrille dcrsity range (up to 0.25 Ejcc for watcr) to lrithin sc'.•cral licrccnt. I. I\' A prcrioul- articlct \•:c sho\rc d how the equation of state of a nunpo.nr -ns (illastratf•cd ll}• ar;;nn and n+tro,,~cn) mav Lc cnn.putc•(d fnr !ii,il temperatures an(d a\\•icle r:tn^c of ticnsitic-, !,v :uldim; to the equation of statc of a li,;i(1 F!01t•rc IluA a currcctinr. (lut• to thc perturlrin.- cltcct of a Lrlinan•.-i >lics lrotcriiial. Itl this article, t•:t• sh:fll (lrcrri!.c sin,i!i,tr cnntputatinns, \\•ltcrcliY thc hi; h tctapcr~~ulc:c:lti_}li(t t~,f str~tc (if ;t lyllnr,}•as (i!lu~tra:c.: It\• \ tcr4rctltJl I1~tsric10 i:4Aitam•cl by cOrr:cttr';; tioC ( I:~l'1'\'rrl ~(.Ca:t!)lt Uf ?;I:IiC ('I a i:Oli- ont)• a few systems have been studied in dct:(il, a;ld the results are coc:ilrlcx even for the intc;action between two h\•(Iroi;cm molcculrs. Po; tltis reason, it one \\•i:.f~cs to c!evelnp a statistical rnccitnnical theory in\'ul\;nLg uns\•mmrtri:A ttiniccttics it is lu`t'essan• to as-wttu srnnc cnn\•cn?ent spproxini:(te ililernmle: u!ar potential, and :cc \\•hcther it lcn(!, to satisf:tctory com,rutcd titcrmu- tlyn:tmic propcrtics. :\ cnmtnunl%' used a!rltrnxintation btir simple lw!ar roo;ecules is tlte tituckmayer potrnti.tl'•' is:t!lc sultcrlwsi:iun of a t:I,rLt•;:c.t!l~• s~•tn:ttctric liutentia(nf the type a.lul•h c,ccur; I•ct•,\•ccn nuli!c h:ls attc) :ut cl: r;r rt.tti: jtuiltl (iipn!,• Ilr•tcnti.il.
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yO.Zd0UU.oc~LO . ,: (OEf~W ~ s~('~~-•~G z s q oauo1os aa-uqos) £Z•OZ (zL 'os~) ~1~~ ("S 'a) ooaeqo,r, :aotrj N,4u;,-%doK qcqadag oao~;qoy e~3~o3 o~.oaS •io--'~J ~ o~ I'~ tI •Hsl;.tA3li 'v •r .ro 'e-acld:,qs "I *U '2 •'J vc-cC v?l .94 llo^voL`r=~. L.L a2.Lan°3:i21 mu3 sLJ.o wSuV J'Jl! a17a7I lti uW:i~lli+i•wCJV mV.7'rio •c -fl staTm 't1eqg ~ ~sepA~{ap~y--ooa~qoy :.~
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("50273 0638 r ~...~.. -. -...r.ae.,,. ~.-s:«... ..... wxobaccp,-.-Aldehydos. Okilshl, x3eo STGbT:`,S M THE ESSENTIAL OILS OF T0BtiCCO LEAVFrS. FArT VIII. CAR-0C:M FRACTICI:d (:)~ by Onieht, Ieao and tbsstoshi Nagasawa. , Reprint frorns Pa ~~~ A~~, C r!a. So„~ Jti~n (No. 1) 43_4G ].9157). . _~ ..
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- . .~1.4~~. . ' 50273 0643 -,..~_. : . ". .. . . . . , . , . .. .. ...,;. T ""' ~9 . . .~$;.. obacca--.S1deh,yAes==A7geffect •upon.' in . ~ ~ . :. ~. y t + i-j7.i . ' ~ \ it:e :/ .L f.~. 1! l. . 1l:r/J ,;. .... _1,...:.:... ..,..~.,. -.
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i ~~: . . .-.. :S . . ~.: ~. •.~., . . . .- . . . . .. .. . . . . _.:~.. . . l. ;... ;:. . _, . ,. .~:. •_~••--, •.,~ ,:f 0 . . I ?e,, a ,~ c~<<f/b~o*ott) ~ Pall lqSTUO ousZ q ~Tv 3-S~ ~ `r`uti(i •5-^ Yqfr . . *- pjf^m -•4.'4'..-.i•i'+'.•y.'v r~.EOpluOF?iY--o?peqoZ, . .'.s..•~. _- 6E90 ELZOS
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502-73 0621 79X131.1 DRUG ABUSE/TOBACCO--A.LCOHOL--RELATIONSHIP/!' .TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ : :, t= < r RJR CLASS N0. PA2-IPHLET 79 X B11 ' Blocl ,. J. R.; Goodman N. ": •• , _ : St. Univ. N. (Hofstra Univ Inst Res Evaluation Hempstead N Y. ., . , . , . , k N B Y S: roo , . Stony ., U. ) '' ILLICIT DRUG USE AND COi~SU1iPTI0N OF ALCOHOL, TOBACCO, AND OVER-TNE-COUNTFR MEDICINE AMONG ADOLESCENTS. .. Ovcr 9,000 junior and scnior 1ii51i school studcnts in 79 schools in 10 citics comnleted an anon~~mous qucstionnxirc concernin~ use ,: 1 d g' l d • lt' > Int. Jour: Addict. 13 (No. 6) 933-46 (1978) (in English) - of and attitudcs tmard licit and iIlicit rucs. ~n e an m +. variate anal)-ses indicated strong and statistically si-nificant re- lationships bew-ccn the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, and ` h illicit drues. ~ ovcr-thc-counter medicines and cspcricnce ~~~it uscr 1 1 I, r t " " Also, thc uscr of ~Ilicit drups ~s a so a rc ati~c ) rcqucn licit druos-alcohol, tobacco, and over-the-counter medications. tricr if hum 1ik 1 tl the l d user to bc a e uscr is-more c y.an non r . Th 07t~0 n o 0 4 1 RS. I
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....r.'r,r..:, ~.; r)... 50273 0651 : . ~ - _:.. QtiiBbil, Z98o srunlEs orr ME ESsEWIAr, olLS 017 TCMcco LXAVES. PART XI. P=iE!;OI. FRACTION (3), by Iaao (hniahi end Ratma.i Fectiraoto. P.cprint frost ] 1~, ~; ;~ ?~. hem S Te,v, (1o. 2) S0- 94 ,~~. 0 7 n n n o 0 4 2 -I S
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`~• ~ 50273 0625 TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING 1TAB1TS/PSYCH0T.OGY/ TOBACCO--ALCOHAL- ,P RLATIONSNIP/ F3FHAVT(1RAT, SCTF.*ICF./PF.RSONALTTY/ NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOCY/ BF 335 , Ni 1977' . I I HAE3IITS : . . . .. . .....~ ,. . rv ~~~ ~~ you ~~ what you do? ;. ' jnhn 6"G6chcl:~on Printed in Great Britatn Billing & Sons Ltd. London 0.7 0 o n 0 04 1 8 9 I
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::.3. ~c50273 3 06s5 ,.....~ _.__..,._..__..~_..___._...~..1cr,., ;~..<;., _ _..:..__ ~..,~.~...4 - . .: ~...~:,. . - . . ,.. . , , . . , . , . ; Tobacco~=Aldehydes--Es'soatial oils ;,v:F..pni MU' 07 cn M o:,:,^nt3c1 eil., oi' i,ohacco 1cavos, Art M Wxbon;:1 f'raot9.one by i4au Or~.iuni and ,'•4s~3'toahi ;o~;a a~uo Prcanx F31t~ 7.cYi~~ oF tho Ar~ri.c•~itur~~ .L...a w _.t.v::..r.....~...... s~'1Gi.)j.G'£:~ MOC~1C ~. ._......... . ;..3 ) .. ..~~'G~. Pl. :"3~f ~~~ ~ ~Z. '.~.'+J"li I~.~~,••r>J~ ZZ z1gZZzI.2e , w
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50273 0654 ~~ Tobeece~~Nldehw3es--Isolati_on as 2,4-dini-j ~trophenylhydraao:ne. ~ onicbi, rmo ST'ODIE3 03 ThE ESSEN2IAh CTlS Oir' TOBACCO LEAVEES. AART XII. MCTIC1t (!,)s by Yaao Cniaiii aod ifmeotcshw Ncpraws. Rop ~(hot )C15aSd (~ ~~=:. I
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&~ Tobaoco4lkalo3ds.V1 50273 0654 Albert, Adrien, 1907- Het,erocyclic cheniistry, an introduction. Fair Lawn, A'. J., Esaential Books, 1959. 424 p. tilus. 23 cm. Includes blbllographp. L Heterocjclic compounds. L Title. QD331.A4 ,ts 547.59 Library of Congress lGOL•10l 69-4771 : s . _ • . . _-'. ..' a6 .. ` . . - ~t` . . .. . ; . , . . .. . . . .. ' '~ . . . . _ a . ~ ~ .
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50273 0626 ~ . NEOPLASMS/ECOLOGY--CONGRESSES/CANCER--CONGRESSES/ CANCER--CAUSATION--BY ENVRIONMENTAL FACTORS/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHEMICALS/• TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFECT/SMOKING AND HEALTH/MUTAGENICITY/ ALCOHOLISM/TOBACCQ,-rALCOHOL--REi,ATIONSHIP/'• ' CARCINOGENICITY / RC 267 Pa 1978 Progress in Biochemical Pharmacology Vol.14 Ecological Perspectives on C.C..Smcl:; New York, N.Y.; L. SANTAbtARIA, Pavia; P.L. MARlANI, Creinona, and S. GORINI, Milan Series Editor R. PAOLETTI, Milan i . . Y J Volume Editors $clccted Papcrs of the Intemational Confcrence, Cremona ]! Carcinogens and Can cer Corlfrol S. Kargcr • Dasel • MUnchcn • Paris • London • Ncw York • Sydney p n 0 0 4 1 9 0
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CS1=~Af.t'4HA1:==~Et.!1TTn~1S~tTr/Sun~~TTr, 1rAr,TTS-_ST[mr*rTS/ 50273 0629 T41HAr . • • fk 7 8 -X Sal RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 X,St~.` .. San Mateo County, California, Departnent Public-Health ldelfare, Calif., CIDQSARY REPORT - SURVEYS OF STUDEN'IteJRUG US , SAN MATEO COUNTY, CAL7FO,.NI:. ALCOHOL - AMPHETAMItiES - BARBITURATES - HEROIN -.LSD -kRIJUANA - TOBACCO. TRENDS IN LEVELS OF USE REPORTED BY JUNIOR AND SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS. ~ San Mateo County, Calif:, Dep. Pub. Health Welf., report, 14 p. (1977) (in English) _ Thi . ...~.----._--,---• - -_.-+-- --- s is thc last~of a series of ten rnnual surveys of levcls of student usa9e Y of drugs and alcohol conducted by the Research and Statistics Section of the ~ San ~Satco County,- Cal i forni a, Dcpartm_nt off Publ i c!ieal th and F1e1 fare under ~ the direction of Lilian St. Clair Glacl:ford, Biostatistician. These annual \\ lsurveys, fundcd by the National Institute on Drug Abuse, have been made in ! cooperation with the San I'tateo County School D^partra~,nt, and the private, ' ; parochial and public schools in the County. The ten repetitions have produced a series of comparable rates shoxing independent trends for each of the surveyed' substances. These are basic data on changes in patterns of use for each of the ~ scven substances surveyed. _,., U. S. oyno-n 0 0 4 1 9:3 , I
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. d . VII Re -v~, • lbbetcco--Alkaloid formation. Poutcrr, -G. , ZUS`i+?ifiDSBLDZ2iGT : F'fiO~J}iTIG:;SAt~BS:,D2iG^•.i1 rl DE3 (Effect of anteaMl conditions cn the fcrolt'ic-_ of epecific n3trogan oa-,,r,7ur,dsr s:,ch as n? kn! ariino ccids,, c`c.p S0l tha tab_,cco p].;mt,, espyclslly Li the root. ) u i: 0:]E r1i0 >-;• •~r -. .. _.. p: s :... . ,~ ~. . : . (1957) o7nor~n0 42:1 7
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r t 't«~5~~ ~4 -;; J 'bM~( r a~;a.1 °^1cT.E^.2Q.F. a='to1fil -,xzs mnr-scyp;; . v. •• .. -. :. r•«~... S:I u}uzr't coa cqoj 3o uolleP-jxo oll-, up V4OI r uFU2-1t 3o sePAqqP•Iv-`ooo.oqos ~,
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.x. i T-+' M- , ---- -*ra.I .... - a-.... , ~ ; ,To`~ahco==l~TdeliY rc3es-_, -ISolatiiai as. 2,4-dini-: c tropri9ny],h„qdra aone . 4 OniRFiir Iaao Si 1 IX'.S C" 1" ES,SEt: s`YaL ons c? To11{cco LEAFES. PART 7:C7Io CARfi^::z~,' rk:1CiIM (3)o by Unishi: Ieaa ar,d M9astoshi Nagasetvs. Reprint fraa: A'~. ~ W0. 1 *o7r~~.~ . . r . . ~t ~ i I
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5027-3 0637 ~.:~... ... ., . .r Y I S\ Tobacco--Ald3h'Mes. ' t1n1 c.,ii, Io:.;d Si tsDl~~~ G:r 2- ~r f'5S~"~.~2ra. OZt~S G: T4B :~CCO Iy f.VaS. PART ~'i Xao CAP.BC.':Y1. Ftt! C'15IC'.i (2) , b,v Ysw,t+ OaUh3i c;nl l.;affstod33 t;agcsava. Ra}u-int froRi: ?'n_` t , 1) . 1' ;.~. f',:4~~~. :ji.C~y ~i~ ~hio. ~! !~~'.~"'~~: ~1SJ7)n I . . .•.'.. s ....r ~MY~'. rw -. . . . . . . . . . ~.Y . • , r ~ ~' ~ '
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effecS upon. '~obacco=-Zldehyd's, -Adirio Fl Oniehip Isao STUDIL''S (W TIiI: ESSENTIAL CT(.S OF TCi3ACC0 LEAVES, PART XI, PilENCL FRACTIC'd (3)jq by Isso Cnisbi, and Katsv.mi Yarsar.noto. Roprint frome 821~, A~r,~ Cn~ A~ J~n ~l (No. 2) 90-44 (1g57). . . ...-.rti,-~..~e . . . . . . r , ,
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TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--AGRONOMY--RELATIONSHIP/ TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS/TOBACCO--SUGARS/ 81 VI Ca RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VI Ca Campbell,.C. R.; Chaplin, J. p.; Johnson, W. H.; Miner, C. S. (Oxford Tobacco Res. Sta., , N. C. Dep. Agr., Oxford, N. C.; N. C. State 'Ilniv., Dep. Soil. Sci., Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) CLOSE-CROWN TOEACCO; AGRONOMIC CHARACTERISTICS, TOTAL ALKALOID, AND ' SUGAR CONTENT. Agron. Jour. 72, No. 5, 773-76 (1980) (in English) Kepvords:• alkaloids, total, green, constituent; . sugars, reducing, green, constituent. Results indicate that high yields can be obtained by utilizing the close-grown production syatem and harvesting the entire plant. Desirable chemical content and physical characteristics of close-grown tobacco might'be obtained by •anipulating cultural practices. o~ooc~oo4z2~ , ,
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, ~~OL~~Gi?~!-"AtkHtts ~t1 J) µ, 7 • Annual review of plant physiology. v. 1- 1950- Stanford, Calif., Annual Reviews, v. 23 cm. F.ditor : 1950- D. I. Arnon. , 1 1. Plant phsaiology-Yearbooka. r. Arnon, Danlei Israel, 1910- ed. QK1.A48 \I/nnesotn. Unl.. Llbr. A 51-1660 for Lfbrary of Congres.s ias;8o1jt : ~~ ' ~ s . . .. , . . . . .1
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e , aaTh.ax d qot froa ct~ • (+Zo6Y) 0'CT-E5 tpt%aT:qca nmaulm ~o~r,~xZv •x •Urms -spYolvn -Y--oaovQoS .1 IA
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f;; Tobecco---Alkaloids.' J T9 American Cheiuicel Society. Division of Agricul- 22t,0 turb1 and Fooci Chezaistry. A Chenastiy of tobacco, a syiaposium presented ... at the Diamond Jubilee meetin6 of the 6ueri- can Chemicel Society. From. Ind. & In&. Chem. ,h1 :2b5-3o9 (1952). !~7. -7Tr- .~,;s.Y.. 07~0c~0042 I 9 , I
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'. . . . . . . . _ . . _ . .. .. ~ , ~ l Q-7 0 0n 0042 > solation as 2,4~ ' r-' Tibaoco-=hldehv'de~s--~ ~ dinitrop.henylhydrazone. Onishi, Iaeo smvoISS Cri THE ESS~tiTTIAL CILS 0r TCa~ CCo t,EAV'..,8. PART XI. FHEt:CL 7fiAC.IOR (3), by hsao Oniabi end KAtswQi Yaaamoto. Reprint frome Bu! 1~ A~,r„ Cb_;~ apc. T~,~ 2~, (No. 2) SQ~-94 t1y57). , .; r
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; 50273 0641 VI , ;: Tob~~cb=-~aehyd9s:~ .•. . OII,S OF ; TOBACCO LEAJES, P? _r•~i' :{'~T. F~,?~t~` OL T'RACT70a (1~ ), bY Isao Cnishi snd Kut;,a.ra X4rr~sr::oto. Reprint froms Fs;ila. tin: i c. Chcm., Soc. Jar-an ?1 (No. 3) 181-:3/ (195"!) =a . - :.~ 0 .1 . ~ • .O . ,J 0.0 4.!...Q 5 • • - . .. _. . • .7. .'. . . . m.,... _. ,
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50273 0657 ~ QD 421 • ' Tobacco-,A2kaloide B Sait# Hane-G F.RGF:.:'.:A'J:ol: Mt RL',I.IAZp - c1ifl:If: IIIS 1960, uttca~ bf Pvr.doror rvmakcicht,igung dar Fortra- ohritto aait,195Q. 1.961 1082 p. Ar;u c:wi2 c- . P r:~: ?, { , , I
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. ..'.. . ••r _ ? 50273 0647 VY N ~"~'oti3cco--~11c~©hydos--isolation as 2s4~= ' ~ ~ € dinitrophen„rlhydrazone. : f 11~ alv1J+.:••'1 L.t J V..~ Ciw IlV.7I+VL "J XV t1 C}:c P ?F 'f ~ Z3 CA-3~'iY L:~ i?:( d ( } i. i . ~ 2 } Rt 4 .. 0.! V Isso f?nisl+_3, ez;d Ag"toah:t Naeuc3m. rt<.pr; nt f ror,, t~•,;~ ~.,~ ~: SI Ch" 5,~~p. 25,,:3~1 1) i3^1,2 ~15~'l)0 d
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50273 0664 6TOBACCO--ALKALOIbS /TORACO--CAROTENOIDS /TORACCO--I SOPRI:NOInS / I SESOUITERPE'vES/TF.RPENES/F.RE*fOPIIILENE/PYRIDIVE T)ERIVATIVF.S/CART3ATOLF. ALKAT.01 TI S SUE--CULTURI: (PLA"dT) /ALKALOInS--TOBACCO/TORACCO--SM(1KE-- AT,t,AT.OIT)S/ TOI3ACC0--C1lEMICAL CO*iPOSITION/ Qn FORTSCHRITTE 245- FO DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER 1977 NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS DIiGRUlnDLT VON • FOUT.I)I: n HY + L. ZLCIIMEISTER N IiGRAUSGLGLbGN VON • EDITED BY \'J• I-ICRZ 11. GI:ISIEI3ACI-I G. \'V. KIRBY TAI.LAHACSLIi, FLA. •FRL11tU1tG i. UR. GLASGO\V VOL. 34 1977 WIEN • SPR1 NGLR-VT:RLAG • NEW YORK 0 n I
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5,0273 0666 Illin, G. ' ALKALOIDS OF At•u HIDIPLOID td. RUSTICA AND N. GLAUCA. i
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1. Chem(strs, Organic-Period. i. Zechmelster, LAsz16, 18SS- ed. Qn?41T+c Minnesota. Univ. L1bri for Library of Cougress `•::. t5-1r:rIQ2jt Oy00~0 0 4 2, 2 7 Tobscco`=--~:1~81oios; v.2~ M. Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe. Progress 245 in the chemistry of organic natural products. Proores dans F ]a chimie des substances organiques naturelles. 1.-dateBd. lYien, Springer-Verlag tetc.l 1938- d>;.te. Y. illus. 24 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L. Zecbmelster. For holdingc, seemain entry. AC89--1U15• ,
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50273 0667 '~ h , ~ ~ 74 YI In ~BACCd--ALKAL0I1~/CIGARETTES--FILTEP.S--AT.i.AT.QiDS/''OIiACCQ - --o*10KE--AL':ALOIDSI RJR CLASS 140. PAMPHLET VI ii. I -- L-~ : 3w. : International Organization Standardization TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS - DETERMINATION OF ALYJ.LOID RETENTION BY FILTERS OF CIGARETTES. ~a5ernational Standard ISO/DIS 3401, 8 p. (May 9, 1974) (in English) r*I:eywords:* nicotine, smoke, constituent; alkaloids, smoke, constituent. 0 7~ o r~ (1 U 4 2:~ ~ I
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81 X Me F-- A~ COH4L -RELAT%ONSHiP/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCFIO~OGY/ - Acy word.: Heroin a.ldictiolt - t'tgdretlc smoking Polydrug usc -\;,'trcxonc - liuprcnorPhinc Psychopharmawlog} ~;. ss-t, ny.,,t Effects of1Heroin Self-Administration on Cigarette Smoking Nancy K. Mello. Jack H. Mendelson. Margaret_ L. Sctlers, and John C. Ruchnlc Akvtw1 and Urug Abu., kcscarch Cemer. HarvarJ Mttilical Schwd, McLean Hr»phal. 115 AU Strat, tlelmoni. Masvchusett:0?17N. US.A. . Abstrscl. Ci:arctw smoking incrcascd during heroin self-administration in comparis.>n to druF-frcc and methadone dctoxiti:ation conditions in eight heroin addicts given nalu c xonc pluctibo (P < 0.01) and three heroin addicts given huprcnorphine placebo. Cigarette smokinr uas staMc across conditions for one subject who did not use heruin during naltrexonc blockade of heroin rlTccts. Fixc ..ibjcct% smoked significantly more iP<U.0:lduring thc hour following a heroin injection than during the pre,cdinL hour, and two subjects in the alcohol consumption inductis increased ciearcttc smok- ing in-alcohol addicts (Griffiths ct al.. 1976). Thc.c findings confirm Ihc association hrtu-ccn cigarcttc smoking and alcoholism indicated b% .etf-rcport data (Dreher and hrascr, 1967. Malctiky and Klottcr. fy74; Walton. 1972). Social drinkcr., not addictcd toal«otwl. ha%r also hccn shut% n to smoke more during period< of heavy"dr'rnking (MC-IIu 1979a). 1 hc iot'-:irian.t tktNcen smoking and drinking in a gro%!{>rof Pol.drug users appeared to he specific to alcohol and tohacco. Cigarette smoking did not riiv;ir% %%ith mariiuana +amcgroun.mok; d .i__niticantl) Icis folloN•inF a hcroin injoction (P< U.it_)• Sabjc&+ am6kcd signiticantlv smoking, and mariju:uta u.c a(+I+c:,rcd to hvindc- ~.. ,_~ _ ....-._., -_-___ ,,,..~..,.n.._..............,,--.._-_...,_._ . . . .~, .. , .. t a z 0 7 ~ o ~ a 0 4
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TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--POSITION ON THE STALK/ 81 Vi Ca U. S.) POSITION. OBACCO--SUGARSIlO,~ACCO--ALKALOIDS~- ,.._. ". 50273 0660 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 81 VI Ca Campbell, C. R.; Chaplin, J. F.; Johnson, W. H.; Miner, G. S. (U. S. Dep. Agr., SEA-AR, Oxford Tobacco Res. Lab., Oxford, N. C., CLOSE-GROWN TOBACCO: YIELD, ALKALOIDS, AND SUGAR CONTENT BY STALK Agron. Jour. 72, No. 6, 929-32 (1980) (in English) *Keywords:* alkaloids, cured, constituent; sugars, reducing, cured, constituent.• Flue-cured tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) produced in a close-grown" , system •ay offer an alternative to use of synthetic smoking materials. In order to ^develop optimum production and handling practices for this aystem, information is needed on the chemical and physical contents of the harvested material.... i-•-._r, .. v : --_ ... '.".,E:o . . : JC3! :fY;l ::)L' s 0 7 n 0 o n A 4 22 4 I , i _. ~c. i".,:.. . : r 1 Is:. .Zr. . 1{Zlfif `_~'f'
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50273 0669 Jeffrey, R. N. DETAILEU DATA ON QUALITATIVE DIFFErZE:dC&3 IN THE ALKikLUIllAL FRACTIGII IN CUREU TOB'1CCGSs by R. N. Jeffrey and T. C. Tso. Washington, n.d. 18 p. 26 cm, Mimeographed U. S. Dept. Agric. T & SC-13 r 1
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ts . V::Tobecco--Alkeloida: ani5ni, 1:;L-o C%TL'D-; S C', ,, OTL.S G~ 1 C3!`,CC;G ~ i...AVL'.~. ~,, •- .•. '~ pKtll i.~1..~.• Ja$IV r''7ri.r•~~•G:•f 1 .vt.a . - • . ......':i.. 4 2 4 t I d ~.
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~ a < K rA~,~f 1 = zs X~ +. 0 273 067 `,~~~r;` 5 p Tobacco-' Alkaloids: ~- . _. .. .. . - - - =--a _-~ - - -...{ !:afhut-r, Fr2aa'~~icu. dos :Ac:jtAz-i, b7 z~u~r~4 Fr•3edrich Xut.'zmr and rcr-c*e;, ?.~r7A rtS~Vt.t~ {~5~••'b I!. yrn~rj ~j'/ fs ~}b• .L) ~~i 07~On 0 0423 4 - ,
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_ r. ~ y__,.. _ .. .- ... ~. _ _ r~:.....c~...._.;~ . ._...~.~ _. ..~.. t~~.. TOfACIXt--CtIT.1-tICAT. CO~fI'OSITt(`ir'---.~GRO`lO,fi~--I',ELATIO:vSHI!'/ 50273 0662 eti'ptY-,'31Y4'+rv~.ML+~ . . . W. . . C . 74 VII De FJR CLASS N0. PATENT 74 4II De De etang, J. (Institut E::p. Tabac, Bergerac, Fr.) 1~I.AP.O PUMO:: Ur A CL'LTIVATIJN TECHNIQUE S.'HIClI PERMITS TO DECREASE THE A."IU' :T OF kL':ALOI e)S I:: TOB.ICC,OS. *(::ise au point d'une technique culturale pet-cnettant de diminuer la ,teneur en alcaloides des tabacs.)* French) Conpt. Rend. Acad. Sci., Ser. D, 277, 1997-2000 (Nov. 12, 1973) (in *Ke)-words:t alkaloid, green, constituent. *1974, No. 5, W 1516* xd* ~r Tobacco chetnistry: ..L....~.:d.r....a~..~..rw..-~-.. ww.~.:++...1.Mb~Q'W ' . _ . . . . - . . ' .. . ' .•_ Q 7 o 0 4.2 7 b i !
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Lollg, Cyril ' ' @Cl.£t.or, BIQCH~~I•fISiS ILrttMBaWK, odit.o- by Cyril J.or.g. 1961 xtif j 1192 p. D. Van IVost.7ratld Co, Pr2nccton, ?J. J. r
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C' Tobacco---A1kA2oids I ~~ Py rilm.2, Censto ntin ~. V..iY'.Ll:•~ uCiiuij~ T` ' p ~ ~• ~ 1 VarSoar~crt.ag . o h_. 12. -1. 0! n0 n o 0 4 24 4
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• i' Tobacao'~-.-Alkaloids.j 50273 0683 ' d1o alL ~~~ ,,*~, 1~~~[7~~,f~ (i,l~i 0 7 0 ..00 0 0 4 2 4 7 S/
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,Tobacco--Alkaloida.# Moore, E. L, RATE OF ALR?.LO7,n ACCLLx:Ui,11iICa I2` FLUE.C4.='2E0 TO£AC00 PU.:;1'S C? D£!'£at.r?.'T Gsa'2Y'r`FS, by E. L. Hxre, N. T. a cwei l a nd G, R. G3,ry nn, N, C. State of the Univ. o£ Fazth Caxol ina &t Raleioh, Tobacca Rcmr9nt Series Nu. 1610 Tobacco Sci. 7p ITb-182 int Tobacco (U. S.) 157 (tlo. 20) 28-3k (tbv. 15, 1963) ~ R,.~rinC.
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78 X1I Pi2-78 NICOTINE -/ -A . ~~ 50273 0678 Wj.1'OBACCP--ALKAL6IDS/!j Compt. Rend. Acad. Sci. (Paris) 132:971-2(1901) ORGANIC CHEMISTRY. THREE NEW ALKALOIDS FOUND IN TOBACCO Ame Pictet and A. Rotschy; presented by M.A. Haller Cit[M I r ORGAN IQUE. - Sur[rois nuuccaux alcaloules du tnLac. Note do 1LNi. Amr P,CrrT et A. liwrscuY, prescntj4c par 5I, A. Jlaller. !~- .~~rt~n-c-~ /~l~ ~o'~1y'G'G~~ ~iutilt~~.~1t ~t. a~ 0 0 n o 0 Q 2 qP. .
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F f .7 i r,TKdToPcTTLU •o0 o.:opzmeg •Q •;.I •d T3S 9C-6t • viow wor:,g7on uj nocmum~t,~ •S wnTLi~I +.To4.~Klj ~ •sPTotVM--ooaeqo,ti ~ ,
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~-Zr~-;rt;. ToDacco--A1kaloiQs. ~ Nt. ...~ .w...~~:~c~t. fc.,. .~ t.L, oy~ v.'l.r~ s . "t...•~-1. -,~r,71S.X, fqw~Wlr,- -'•+'+"FV''.'. ~ ~ . . . ..'f.7iN.. ~ `O . .. . . . ...{. " ~y: :- . - ~ -.. .. .-.__.. . . ~ . . ~ ~. ~ .. s~. , ... . . • . . . ~ . 0 7 0 4 2~ 9 , , , ,
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, i , t 6 ~ G b 0 U U o U L 0 •Rrdti::s'o:iqlq 3a;.;ttou= •cTD r~ - sn-t( z •A z °19-W6T f.^iaa.Iri JTr:G-?:'tOV ea.LOT. A3.'i •~~ols `j/ [puu] j.XB.qAj.4 •d •'J RQ pajYpA :~ ~r:Zi TIM17Mry airl S;tbmma=; :=0;=1101T, ( Cpa) G^:yd qaa.xoD f ,z3"rIH3o4S
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50273 0676 :~~tir,-' - .~~. . . ., ..r_- -`1. - . . .`~r _- .7 _ • • - • - - • = tdJ . _ , =~i, ~ i`. -. ..~ vx -'Tobacco-~-A2k$loids t on19 0bitths. 0 X. CIiII'SIScTitY QF TODACCO. Kaeaku (Chemistry) ~~ 20Cx-10a 30S-I8 (1959) - In Japanaco 0 -,. 1 i
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X~__TobacCo--Alkaloids:"i _ VuJovic. 8. SADRZAJ NIr.pTINA I A.RSENA U NEYIri NASIM CIGARETAM, I KOLICINE KOJI! SE UNOSE U ORGANIZAH PRI PUSENJUe (A=unt of Nicotine and Related Alkaloids and Arsenic in YuP,.oalavian Cigaretteo, cnd Distris bution of These Cocnponeuts in the Stubs, Filtera and in tt~.Q Smoke), by B. Yu)ovic, M, Stevanovic and.S, Radmic. Arh. Farm (Belgrade) 11, 171n6 (1S61) - In Croatian vith Prcnch F`.-"1,%ry. , I r
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I t yr G d a tl u u U L o •III'J ~ •8rijj~ °A °0~5T to=o,t~ ojczairrop "~.ro~ noti 'Bcv--YoH '7 'H irav oyQUiri '.I °H '2I A1 i"3TPa f nrJCJ`lOIS1IHd QtIV .'.2I,LSIb"~[I!'J sS`(7I0'IV}2`IV SH,L 'Fe -'EOSt iCwa tnr=xCoit Pautqm •0)[e*.mA -:, ZL90 ELZOS
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i ~ 50273 0690 . ~ .;. Tobacco--Alkaloidg. Zu 3:;;svelles dDnnoas oonc~:rn3nt 1ec rblaticNEf eatre la atructurc3 cl:iniciuB ot 1'&cti--n p:+,;i ~,?.ortque~. ` P:y '`~stZ~± 4ftgr t P?~ac~tSr, c~c~ ] 4~q r!~4'anj', 2) brue~~~ 07c~o no 042 54 r
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.ALK1lZ.OM„pI4CHF.MISTItY/PLANT BIOCAE""iISTRY/PLANTS--ALKALOIDS/ 50273 0693 >=' ' ;.._.__.._._ ALKALOIDS--BIOGENESIS/ISOPRENOIDS/TERPENOIDS/STEROIIIS AND STEROLS/ CAROTENOIDS--CHEMISTRY AND BICCHEMISTRY/Oi1INONES/F3 CHROMANOLS/PHENOLIC CO?iPOI AMINO ACIDS--PLANTS/CYANOGENIC GLYCOSIDES/GLYCOSIDES/BETAi.AINS/ LIPIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY/CARBOHYDRATES--PLANTS/ ENCYLCOPEDIA OF PLANT PHYSIOLOGY, NEW SERIES, VOLUME 8/ , 4~g Secondary Be 1979 Plant Products Springer•Verlag Berlin Heidelberg NewYork 1980 Edited by ! E.A. Bell and B.V. Charlwood Contributors B.L. Archer D.V. Banthorpe E.A. Bell B.V. Charlwood • i E.E.Conn G.B.Fodor T.w.Gocxlwin D.Grogcr C. Grunwatd J. B. Harborne E. Lecte M. Luckner ; T.J.Mabry K.Mothcs J.G.Roddick T.A.Smith 0 7 0 O A(, (~ 4 A2f.y~t~ptyZn G.A.Thompson,Jr. D.R.Threlfall 1 Z7 W i Tnrlnrhill i I
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0 7 n t1 R Ci 0 4 2 6 2 I3err.feldp Peter (ed.) BIOCF.t'.:SIS OF IiATUk1L CO,`f?JU;ti9So 1963 930 pe Perg=an I'ress tdEw 1'ork 0 i
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TOBACCO--SMOI:E~mAfiOMA/TOBACCO--S~IOKE--TASTE/TO$ACGO-=~ALKAIAZt ?$/ y •. „ = 75 IX Co I 50273 0661 ' RJR CLASS I'0 "~PAXMl1LET 75 IV C Constantinescu, T. , *(no affil.)* STUDY ON TiiE INFLUENCE OF P-PYRIDINE ALKALOIDS FROM TOBACCO Ov TASTE A\D AR0:1A OF CIGARETTE SMOKE. ~. *(Studiu Privind Influenta Alcaloizilor B-Piridinici Din Tutun Asupra Irisusirilor de Gust si Aroma Ale Fur.;ului de Tigareta.)* i Lucrarile Inst. Cercet. Proiect. Aliraent. 10, 257-67 (1973) (in : Romanian with English sutamary) y; .-. _. . ~ *Keywords:* B-Pyridine alkaloids, smoke, constituent; hydrogen ion concentration, smoke, constituent. ' By using chromatographic reactions „in situ" between volatile or ron volatile acids and some pyridinic compounds - tested in the smoke, by establishing the pH value of the smol:c (which had a value - 5-6) and by examinine the possibi- lity of salting out in vapour state of pyridin with acetic acid, it was concluded : that the pyridinic bases from cigarette smoke are most probably found In gre- atest measure in salifiable forci, a combination that clears away their specific odour. Thus it is presumed that not the B-pyr:dine alkaloids are influencing the ! their contribution being probably important with re- j *I975 No. taste and aroma of smoke , , o acco.ch gard to the Phy_siological effect specific to these compounds. .., 0 y 0 0 n 0 0 4 22 S , i I ; ; , ~
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50273 0688 7/ ~ ~96y. /wA*ccC~o /-d s.cir~t~sT ~~ t-!'i.fTNt•C %.C.~+ $/ ~ F.JIt CLASS NO. PA.'1PiiL£.T 71 VI To1969 t:nglish) E':oLacco Cijaru. Ites. Co~~£., 23rd, Paper, Yialadclp:aia, Pa. (Oct. 1969) (in: '.~4I S Warf Teld, A. II.; Galloway, W. D.; Kalliaaos, A. F. /1~1,~ ~. (Lif;:;ctt :.~~ers Iiic., Uurhar:Z, N. C., U. S.) ISOi,ATIG:: I:D IL::~:TIFIC !.IG~i OF SO?S:: NEW lwK1d.0IDS I'I0?S' PUkT.EY '[OL'ACG(). date*. 3`:Ccy-w•ords: K 2,3-bipyridine, 5-methyl-, cured, constituent; nicotiue, 5-carbon~ethoxy::ethyl-, cured, constituent; nicotine, N--:ornyl-, cured, constituent; nornicotine, Id-acetyl-, cured, constituent. .. *3.971, t'o. ,~ 3, 14 ; 0 1 .~dco[' l~d:~is~ry. 734 N~m* S 7 f ..... .. I I v- i {'
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50273 0687 ~ ~ TERPENES AND TERPENOIDS/TOBACCO--TERPENES/ NICOTINE--CHEMISTRY/ tTOBACCO--ALKALOIDS/ALKALOIDS , QC BIOCHEMICAL APPLICATIONS 4Wa OF MASS SPECTROMETRY 1930 west s~HrMar vauS A WYeY-bAwKkwt hbicsliu. JoM vYII.EV & SONS N.w YwL • Akteae • Rribre • TawN gdkW ti GEORGE R. WALLE7t D7.n.m~ d WrMw(wf NriWlq..l E~e.twr.r suN.. OaLV4 SY4 t/"M7IfN ldll.uw. Ok W.Y OTl4 C. DERMER Dep.a.KU e/ C1r-!+" OkWn.~ slNr Uwf.enlh iUB..As. Ot44... ~ _ . J.,t, / ' . :i) 0 ? 0 o n o 0 4 2 5 1
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~ . 50273. 0696 Z '' TOIlACC0--13I0t:tlEMISTRY/ ~ 75 VI r•o ~~~~~.~~.S~ RADIOJSOTOPI:S--RIOC11T;2!ICAL APPLICATI0::1i : ~R CLASS ti0. PA~`fi'liLfiT 75 l'I ~o Nowacki, F.. K. ; Waller, G. R. ~ ~ (Ok1almma St:' Univ., A~ r. 1:x~S. Sta., L~ep'. Liocher., Stillioatcr, Okla.,L'.S. € N.l:ALOIU TitAONSPORT Iid PLANTS. ~ Zeitschr. Pf2anzen-pbysial. 69 (No. 3) 228-41 (1973) (in EnElish) ~ &Keywords:* alkaloid, green, constituent. t : Nicotiana. A , . , .- . . . _ . _ .. : ..~r,. - . - *1974, No. 24, W 9579* *d* Tobacco aor iculture : ~ • ...n.a - 1 / t
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i... .... _~. :L i.t~ .• _ ... L"7v •^yTL:(( £:~1.:,, 3O ( c ; n 1 • "':i, ~ . . t.u ~SrS~r'E.'lZI'I .e ~A *V t ` ~...:ie.~ ~ J 8oa " ~~ sfiae~Tff---aP~oY~[LY-"oo~r~qob ".~~ I A d•,
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~,:,Tobacoo--Alkaloids--Anabasine ualts-.-Solubi:it;, VI Sa A . .~.. On •.::a Jojub:lity of ec:!~!:, "~~` ^^• ~- slknloid s3lts, by A. S. vsdyko•r, Q.5. Ot:cetah?nko ar.d Q. M. 1!n1i'scr. FSromt Zh. Prikl.,vd. Knim. 28a552-55 (1955) Ttf Frmlish / I
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50273 0682 ~ ~ _ . . •~ _ . TOBACCO--SEEDS--OIL/TORACCO,--S'infiE--CI?E**ISTRY/TOBACCO--S>•fOKF--BIOL4r.ICAL PROPERTIES/ TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS/SMOKING HABITS--RELINQL?ISigING/_ :. j TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE--GERMANY /TOBACCO--HISTORY--GERMANY/ ~ t 77 • VI Ro RJR CLASS NO. PA?iPNLF:T 77 VI Ro Roenpps Ctirtmie Lexikon TOBACCO, ROTAl:Y, AGKi C[1,TURF., C(irM?STRY, IiIS'iORY, F.TC. *(Tabak.)* Roempps Chemie Lexikon, p. 3443-48 (1977) (in German) A short review, TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. *(Tabakalkaloide.)* Roempps Chenie Lexikon, p. 3448 (1977) (in German) A short review. PRODU(:TS USED FOR SMOKING DISIIAt3ITUATION. , *(Tabakentwohnung-mittel.)* . . Roenpps Chemie Lexikon, p. 3448 (1977) (in German) Shortlreview. L TOi3ACC0? S;1nKE; CllEMISTRY AND IiIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES. * (Tabakrauch. ) * ` • Roempps Chemie Lexikon, p. 3448-3452 (1977) (in German) A Short review. . TQ{3AGC0 1:¢, 0I 0 4 2 4 6 * ~atfal: s ~zc ~~l .ht* -_ Roemnrs Cliemie L:exikon,_p_. 345"1917 in German) ?
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*Y r ~ . ,,y,~ . 1 ~:-'• -~ . . ~~ 50213066~ ;. TosACCb--ANALYTICAL ;tET110DS%CIGAR TOBACCO/ `qI"To-74--CHEWING-TOBACCO/SNUFF/TODACCO~-=ALKALOIDS/TOBACCO--NITB0S0 COMPOUNDS/ I U. ' S.P. TOBACCO--NITRATES/TOBACCb-C~EPiICAL CO`tPOSITION/_ R LASS NO. PX,fYHLL'T VI To-74 s. p. ~ S.) llccht, S. S.; Urnif, R. M.; Hoffu~ann, D. (American Health Found., Naylor Dana'Inst. Dis. Prevent., NeN York, ::. Y., N-NITROSOALKALOIDS IN TOBACCO. Tobacco Chem. (in English) *Keywords:* Res. Conf., paper, Raleigh, N. C. (Oct. 28 -30, N-nitrosonornicotine, cured, constituent; nitrite, cured, constitucnt; nitrate, cured, constituent; nornicotine, cured, constituent; nicotine, cured, constituent; anabasine,ccured, constituent; hydrogen ion concentration, cured, constituent; vater, cured, constituent. *1974, No. 22, W 8580* *d*_ . Tobacco chemistry: I , d 1974)
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TS 2240 Sn • e: Tobacco--Al.kn.l.oids ' Internstionalea Symposium Biochemie und Physiologic der Alt:.uloide, 3rd TitIRD ICiTERNATIOYALES SY~i°CSIUM BIOCE.II•IIE lTarJ PHYSTOL^GTE DE8 ALCALOIDE, IL".LLE (SAALE) CE.Vu4rtY, 24. BIS 27, Juni 19u5, Tagungobericht (Proceedings of the Third Interuationa? Sywpoaium on Biochemistry and Physiology of Alkaloids, Na11e, Germany, J«ne 24-27, 1965) Abhand. Daut. Akad. IJisR. Berlin, Kl.. Chesn. Geol. lfiol. 1966 (r;o. ;>~~_•636 (19G') . •< . ~ }, tr` lc +i: 50273 0668 ,~ 0 7 U Q n a 0 4 23 ?, , , I
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"'``` 50273 0689 73 VII fie-73• . _ TOBACCO--NITROGEN/'i`OEAtff=1ALitA,O`Crr PAMPHLET 73 VII R RJR CLASS NO S P { . e . , ~ ~Iinn, P'. , Jr. • . ~ ~ ~. (UniversiCy.?4d.,-Dep. Agr._Eng., College Park, Md., U. S.) ~ BULK CURED ",~'..°.YLAND ..YLAND. TOBACCO 1972 SEASOV.• SU:L•~,RY OF NITROGE^i A`JD .';L111LOIJ f # ANALYSIS. - TABLE. . Tobacco ~~'orkers' Conf., 25th, P.;per, Yamilt•on, Oint:, C an. , 1 p. (Aug. 7-9, 1 ~ 1973) (in English) 0:-7.0 Q.t~o 0•42S 3 , y : . . . . ~ . . . . ~ . . - ' . . .
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50273 0703 r TOBACCO--SMOKE--CIIEMISTRY/TOBACCO--CiIEMISTRY TOBACCO-- / BURLEY--FLAVOR CIIEMISTRY/ TOBACCO--CIIEMICAL COMPOSITION--FLUE-CURED/TOBACCO--CURING--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/ TOBACCO--CHEt1ICAL AIID PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/TOBACCO--LIPIDS--DETERMINATI0:1j AIR--POLLUTION--PLANT GROWTlI/TOBACCO--GENETICS?TOBACCO--ALKALOInS--BIOSYNI'HESIS/ TOBACCO--SidOKE--FILTRATION/TOBACCO--SKOKE--PHt;NOLS/TOBACCO--S~iOKE--LAB TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS--LABORATORY METIIODS/CHROMATOCRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO SMOKE/ . . ,, . .. , . , • TS RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOKS TS 2240 A*1 1977 ~ 2240 American Chemical Society Am RECENT ADVANCES IN THE CHEMICAL CO*iPOSITION OF TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SX(''I;E. ~ F AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY SYIIPOSILM. - PROCEEDIi:G i ~ t.T~er. Chem. Soc. Meeting Agr. Food Chem. Div., New Orleans, La.(1977) S ~ (in English) rJA~t+.~'~_ _._. _...__ ob~ective of this s~•mposium was to present an up to date coverage ~ of the chea-istry of tobacco leaf and smoke and to relate tham to the genetie , ~ and cnvironmental factors of tobacco agiicu7ture. The coverage of the field Is broad; but, of eourse, many other pertinent and icrlortant areas could ,'have been covered except for.liRStations of time. 07n o 'n o 04267 ! ~ t I
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50273 0712 ANABAS Ih'E--BIOSX2:THES IS / _ TOmw It1S*~'$IOSYNTE;~RIS/TOBACCO--NI COTINE--IlI OSYNTHES I S/ TOBACCO--BIOSYNTHESIS WITH C/NICOTINE--AP.ABASIi1Z, FORMATION OF/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPNLET 75 XII Lo •(A. N. Bakh Inst. Biochem., Acad. Sci., USSR, Moscow, USSR) BIOSYNTHESIS OF TtIE NICOTINE CROUP ALI:ALOIDS. ' Issi. Akad. Nauk. SSR, Ser. Khim. 1974 (No. 6) 821-34 (1974) (in Russian with English summary) 75 XII Lo Lovkov a, M. Y. *1975, No. 3, W 498* *d* Tobacco chemistry: 0 7 0 o n o 0 4 2 76. , , i
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r r k 6 9 z b o n u o o ~ a G`i-ieC t:coFx;juv stzoaa s': ~; wltia T~7 vr~Mr r.7-,Tt! .r~1 .~ a.rnrTr~T.~r ~.~... _ .... . . ... .,.. .,,.... ......~..-~~fl 1'Lz *sxsst{Iu,~soTg--sprro ~ 0 e --o%aB o t v q y -L L. ^ ~ r~-e-~-r±~ = SOLO EI.ZVS ;
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i,~, . ~. .~~ 50273 0692 iF TS 2240 S r Tobacco-41kaloids--Biblicgranhy., z s and tocc.r.vlo;~ c 2, oiAlIcco vn&loido Trans.lation• 0 7 C1 0 n 0 0 4 2 5 b i ,>. ..
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(9761) 0.,''E4 ST'C ~z 'o~:} ~; ~oToxa~ad 3~sT3 *=r-'3 4'-qado'd ° .^ily 0~+.'_:rl4 n:,n,~r•-.~r rn•T ~.I A~1.L.^xiia:.'a1V 1~+flnr•~.•~le:3 aI1J Q ~, ,•sTbey~c~soT~--aPToTmITY~Rxx~~~c~oy_,~ 0'TLZ Sj;
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l 50_273 0711 TOBACCO--ALKALOIAS--$IOSYNTIiESIS' X Ni RJR CLASS NO. PAMPIiLET 77 X Ni 77 Leete, E. *(no affil.)* ' 13IOSYNTi1CSIS OF THE r NO 'l.~T QIDS OLFOI;ACCO. Nicotine l;orkshop, Stoc l ~o m,w"`e"`d~, paper, 22 p. (Nov. 1974) English) (Previous-reference - abstr. only - complete paper available now) 7 It is generally agreed that nornicotine is formed in the tobacco plant Jby the demethylation of•nicotine. Alnost 30 years, ago Oawsonl showed that' ~nicotine translocated from the roots of Iticotirna tahacum r1a~ derethylated to nornicotine in an aerial graft of N. olauca. N; also sho+red2 that the ldemethylation was non-specific.•Thus the leaves of N. alutinosa urere ca- 'lpable of converting bz th (-) and (+)-nicotine, and i•l-ethylnornicotine ,,to..norpicotipe. U- methylan:.Aasine and N-ethylanabasine were also dealky- 'lated to anabasine 07n. n n t10427's 0 , . I (in Ir
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TS 2240-• • Mi 1980 *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; . alkaloids, cured, constituent; • nitrogen, total, cured, constituent; nitrogen, nitrate, cured, constituent; ~~ 40. t i d ti • e t t 4 r 50273 0699 DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF KENTUCKY/TOBACCO~.-vALKALOIDS--BIOGENESIS/ TOBACCO--GENETICS--ALKALOIDS/TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE/ .... NICOTINE--BIOSYNTHESISr-TOBACCO/NICQTINE--SYNTHESIS/ RJR CIASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Mi 1980 Miller, R. b. (Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) INHERITANCE OF ALKALOID CONTENT IN NICOTIANA TABACUM L. Univ. Ky., Ph. D. Thesis, 146 p. (1980) (in English) cons rogen, pro e n, cure , n u n , bases, total volatile, cured, constituent. This study was undertaken to provide information on the effects low alkaloid genes on chemical and agronomic characters of burley tobacco to elucidate the mode of genetic control mediated by these genes.at the biochemical level. Chemical evaluation of both conventional and doubled 0 7 n onoo4,zb3 , of and ,
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I i I L z d o u u u u L 0 ..,.,t.. f ~*,.._. .. ... .. . ~..;.~ . _ ,-.anc•:e. .._ LI) fr* v££ A ' i •u.: 'CLcii* (ZLGI) 8££-Lii, d `~L;)T ' SIS~i L:~ ~SJl$ CIG'1ti:i;J OJJV'jO.i 3U ItaIA (• S•A •• E•A ' puDu:{;,t'd '• Zu;:O (qs}l°u3 . , '0PI SS*V'1;) UI"t! ' LOLO ELZOS , . .._ f1.. ~~....~:~~ . . .. . . _.. _%'
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*4'lobacco-=A11sa1oids--giosqrtthesis. • VI Bose., B. C Boj i Studies on b~.c~cnr~ria of ri-Itcot?Ws j)j;Aoicls ix1 tohscco p:_nats. Phrt I. r',fs'yc*, of i: o:~-pn.{c niLro,,ror.- etts ccr.:pcun3s a::ci c:f' d:MM.it ac,t,-: 3c!ds oir t;:•3 in vitz•o s;*ntl:eais cf r,icozini Ls leava., nte~ s 5 ~a ' roots of ntccti3na B. C. P~zo~ Ii. 1', [1~. ! I
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. k i• *(Identificarea cotininei in unele soiuri de tutun de tip conversie nicotina la nornicotina.)* • Ind. Alir..ent. 22 (No. 6) 330-37 (1971) (in Romanian with English _. ,.....~.,:•~ ~ ~ , ~, Ntc:u'rjNC--:~(iKNIGOTIN1:--^oR..ATION/ 50273 0695 ~ ... ht)..~ccQTIN6--NICOTZNT:PBACGQ~~kLK~A~AIDS~~BIQ(I[IP.iTi$TRYJ 1K CLASS IvO. Pht:PT 1i.HLF. 75 7CII Co . Constantinescu, T. (Institutul Cercetari Proiectari Alimentare, Buca_•esti, Roreania) ~ ' CO::TINI;:E IQEN TIFICATIO:i IN SOa TOBACCO-VARIETIES OF TitE 2vICOTIaE ,. TO SOR:4ICOTINE CO:IVL• pSIOY T'YPE ' abstract) *Keywords:* nicotine, green, constituent; :. t .' ~ ~ s nornicotine, green, constitucnt; cotinine, green, constituent. ; ~ *1975, No. 3, W 507* *d* ToE~cco chemist t „ ^ ry (ag:iculture): •t.w..S«..r.wa'-w ~.~sr..........r.n.n..w....<<....x..w~....+...«..... .............~'..wJ.tA:AY+:K~..~ _ __ _ ~.:.rst: ..-.r:.--...:-s~..:` r i 0 7 n n n n 0 4 2 5 9 :
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t. ~rea•wso. i;lsevier Iua, Co,,. 1951450. Contents- v. 1. nt. A GoneVLl c_Ca.r- rG'•.]r.46. V. _~. aLCifC1i0 C:. -:i: a£: :;. 1'a-orat_.c Cc:.nu.1r.c:o. V. 4, C Iic;fi=ocyc? 1-~ cu:Y ~: ~ r ,
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VS zxTob&ccb-:-P-lkaloids-=-Biosynthesio HaS t•-6de n! t;. L, srC.:xfX'ti::'oJIs 07 .iLRALc,,5s n, 1'., x,ANIs, b7 ~ .~iotast-~% f..ns J, So;t Tr.,'.uot. I:,dis . ~ 9/ . . .~ . . . .. ~ . , ~ .' . . . o7c~on o 0 4277
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-A ~',t..Tobac.e,Qr-A1ku1oids--Bior3ynthesisp v. 4. ~ 1 44 M Naxwko, Richnrd llo]sauth Frod, 1S02- vd. THE AtxAZ,oitSt cHUnsTRY A1m PHYszor,ocY, editod by R. H, Fe lf•atwke and H. L. flolmo. 2lew York# Acadacaio Proso# 1950- ve illua. 21,4 cm. Includos "Reforoncos."
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.......,...~ ....__r _._..._._.._......._ _..-_.. _ _._ _ E?fISTRXiTORACCO--FERMEI}TATION--C}IEPIICAL CIiA:YGES/ ~; RJR CLASS NO. PAPIPHLET 75 Vt Co ~` ~S 1~ ~, o' fn ~.: , Constantinescu, T. 3 (Institut Cercet. Prioect. Aliment., Buchares, Rom.) . N CI1R0lrr.ATOGRAPIIIC OBSERVATIONS CONCERNING THE OXIDATION OF (3-PYRIDINE ALt:A- 1 N i.OIDS OF THE TOBACCO. ~~ *(Observatii cromatografice privind oxidarea unor alcaloizi P-piridinici ., prezenti in tutun.)* ,; . Ind. Aliment. (Bucharest) 24 (No. 5) 255-57 (1973) (in Romanian with -'1 English abstract) *Keywords:* oxynicotine, cured, constituent; ~ cotinine, cured, constituent; hydrogen peroxide, tobacco, additive. The drvint of lohxco lenvt>t did not chance the chrumstn±. p+cture compered tn frc+hh hnrvc.ted Icnvt.: only .licht increava of n1Ynicntinc and enrinine MCfe rca,rdtd due to the aetinn of midallat ene.nttq. 11hcn loba,co Ieave. -ern left in Ihe sun fnr S tnnnth. • xi¢m6c.nt incrense tn oavtucotine end entinine wrt obcd. Alter (vnnn. Iht thruinatry. piuure did ont ehonce e.ctpl fnr en inrrcnxe rn n><cnltmtne. I Ite cMnnncltzatinn r i l f h f d d I I M l' r d ' D i 'tr r n e meMe .tccn tnves let 1 i nr arn e : m ' n) - *1975 NO. 3 W 491* *d* o f e tsuxd an incren.e of nt.%nicnrtne snd adtnrnc. N'hen (t.vn l Tobaeeo chemist : were 1jcrted with 11a)• hcGtre csrenttlttntion the smt. o( ofynitiStine increa!ed coo•,dcrebl~•. At • no. of spots ~ (ntt.jcompd..t appeared. indtcst .t ~i~ the prr.race of sccondrry ttatlrnns. } 0 7 n o n o 0 4 2 5 8 > , r
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.1 50273 0708 LIT3*3EAN SOCIETY SrtPnST.I?`r ST:rIFS, ti'U'iF3T:R 7/ •'11.yALni?1S - -^T.A"JTS/ SY"ipnStU'i nN T?'.E Bt!1Lnt;Y AND TAXn`'Omy nF THP. SnLANACEAJiE, hel~i at ?3irminc;ha^i University, July 13--17, 1976 SbLANACEAE/:VICOTIANA/TOBACCn--rLAVONOIDS/TOI.1CC0.• T)TTF,'R°F*'ES/ T013~Gt;q ~ -ALKALnIbS-=Rt(1SYA'TIiF.S~S/ TS '` RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ha 1979 224() Hawkes, J. G.; Lester, R. N.; Skelding, A. D. Ila (Univ, BirminghanX Dep. Plant Biol., Gt. Brit.) tA79 THE BIOLOGY AND YfAXONOMY OF THE SOLANACEAE. Academic''Press, Inc., London, Gt. Brit., 738 p. (1979) (in English) _ .~_s..~ ~._,...:.----_.--_------.._~_ ,~ •This volu~ne is based on an international sl'mposium on the Biology.y and ~ Taxonomy of the Solanaceae which was organizcd by the staff of the Departnicnt ; of Plant Biology at the University of Birmingham, U.K., and which took place from 13th to 17th July 1976. It was jointly sponsored by the Linncan Society of ~ London and the Dcpartmcnt of Plant Biology of the University of Birmingham. , . . t - -- ----- . - . . . 07o0n Q+0427 2
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. 50273 0709_ rr~~~.i. .-. ..- . YI Dea ! ~Tobacco--Alkaloids--Biosynthesis. GO 00 g.,itx~snrn~?.. , $'CCr~1 iT?~e? MR TnBA a° ~?:o Teb^:^0 ~1tM~1~0.33a i ~1C~~.3.^.L: :v.L::v w.:v.ZS ~iL^JZio 11133• ~o Gco7, U. b:.vi„ :>rsza;:~ia M-16 (3:77) ~--~~~•--~--~-~-+----~-~ . 0? n o n o 0 4 27 3 i l 1 1
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. -i,,T.Tobacco-=A13-,aloids--BiosyrrEhesio:'.' ; Nothes, Kurt FtEvia: A.•ZT1CLA; PH YSIOLOOY OF AIXAI,^1DS. Fhoto 9raM: J. Pharmacy i=iiarin.lcolo 11 _, p. 1?: - 210 (1959)• 07ttOn0042R?. I
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~, ~_Tobaccd-~AlltsZoids TS Pyriki,, rcnstLntin 2240 Zer Frsgs der Vertailur.iT der u~~sarcrr.~:•' • P. f1;:chtigon Alknlolda in cien Orqar.on vcn ti.nns••&r+:nr +}rtd 1hrQ At-h-sna.igk:i.t vor.i L::." 4 : .. , •_~ ~L•y~;:: ~-..1 ,, f a~:...,~ .~._ ... •.%-'1 '... I
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80 VI Nai TOBACCO--FLAVOR & 0D0R/TOBACCO--ACIDS/TOBACCO-=ALKALOIDS/ ~tYa~Y'TobaCFo'Resea=ch'-iust~{`' ~Raj hmi uEe id ~)^ " +"'~° =~~ - ' --~ALICALOMS. ~ VOI.AT ~ LE~;ACID'OF I TIl TOBACCOr: ; , , ,. - .. ~uuiau:v. ~!nea;.r.1~~t Y ~ ~`^z ato ~ K ~ix~ .Z`i~ +~Rep rde b i u ~'' i ti ~. a w toft .gren a as n cotine> greea;nicotqrine - greeri; _ : y ~ . _ .,, I '~ T ; Y-.~f ~ - J : t .• . ..Y , (' cu>~ed; autic acidr-_cured~, prop ioni c ac id cured;.' aj!,-r ~r =3~.;R,?~,;~ titpzic;aCid I =~}cured; •isovale'ric' acid,= cured;',; , - ~ o c c n actanoic 8c d cured • nornico -• -:, tine- ~•/•" ; : > y r ; : ,_. '~ r `n=heYan i ' a i '- ` • = i ~' n-valerSe ;acid cuied; 'b-mtatb - l valeric acid - cu ed S s 'i . , _. C.. n •C,. iS0 „ . ;~ tyrine and eight solatiie aclJs C ;C -C '" .,; ~- n-C„ a-meth~•1•C„ n-C, anti n•C,. The brvncheJ ti_.:•~_ r c a ee a a s n ro n n as ne ana ,,. ,.: `,. ne and n co o l y to t loiJ i tbr tk ti i b i 'f'he hcxanc extract of natu tnbaccn ha% hecn fnunJ -1 chain acids, iw-C, anti 8•rrmothvl-C. Nbich account for bout SS" til of th l l J ib a „ e a r ac s, cuntr .0 ute at partialiy to the aroma of natu tobacco . 0 7 0 0 noo4" .23 8 1 - ~ ~. ~
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( ~._... .,...- _ +K 3r + a ~ k , X •' -.c~ E 50273 0700~ ;.- TOBACCO--GENETICS/TOBACCO--PROTEINS/rOBACCO ALKAL0IDS -BIOGENESISf' ~ ,~..t_~...~.~ ,._-.._._ .. ... FRACTION I PROTEIN / RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Sm 1977 TS Smith, H. H. 2240 *(no affil.)* .; $M THE GENUS NICOTIANA AS A GENETIC RESOURCE. CHAPTER 1, 1977 Brookhaven Nat. Lab., Upton, N. Y., 50 p. (1977) (in English) - r *Keywordsi*-alkaloids, green,, c,opstituent; nicotine; green, cQnstituent; nornicotine, green, constttuent; anabasine, green, qonstituent; fraction 1 protein, green, constituent; isoenzymes, green, constituent; peroxidases, green, consti.tueklt; - esterases, green, constituent, - t ce11 It vas larZ^ly c:Q 7ccn:.o1i4ation ct ca~ :islds o cu.:v:Q ar.d p13at.e;cnetics, usin; =odol syotc:s as `licoti.1nz (13n), t.%,ac t:1n eizni:icane = and potentiaL.ty of..^c :ntia co11 ?lant Lccetics 5ec:.zo reco;ni_cd._- go:+csr=h n 0042' 6 4 , ,
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50273 071T.:, ;' ~ : ~,lV .r I. tTobacca%-Alkalofds~=Pf osynthesisn I Hothea, Ko NEW PC'2SPECTI VES IN THE AIOS MES1 S OF ALKAIA1 DS. Reprint froms Syrapooia of tre Socivty for Erplar- imental Dioloty, No. TiIII, Utilizatioj of 1+itroa- j;en and ita Co7pounde by PZr.r.te, 25? -e2 (1959)
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~ ,l1t,, Tobacco--Alkaloids--.Biosynthesis.. is., Jindrao A. TRP.2X1HItiATZQ:1 ABACPxO:lS IN 'Pa DIOSTNTH$SIS OF OaZIi:1, NICGTLt"g LOBrLIA A,`;.0 D1ITIIRA ALi{;+LOIGS, by A. Jindra. P. Kovacs, H. Smogrovicova, and H. Sovova. Lloydia 30 (P?o. 2) 158-54 (1967)
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50273 0119 Toba ccc»-A1ka1ol ds--Biosynthesi8 l Robinson, Sir Robert, 1886- The structural relations of natural products. Oxford, Clarendon Press,1fl55. zi, 150 p. 23 cm. (Nelzmann memorial 1-:tures, 1, 1853) Bibliography: p. 12f3-141. L Chemistry, Physical and tbeoretical. 2 Chemistry, Organie- 8. Alcaloids. t. Title. (Series) u;r QD4Y6.RG5 55-14557 Lbrary of Congress , i 0a
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d'. 50273 07 16 r:- 0 T n 0 n n 0 4 2 R 0 , i :-TobaaccwAlka1ofds-r$iosYnthcsis: Kothas, K. h'eua uctnrsuchunFen uber die biosv-.ntt.ozm- dor alkalol.de (Recent invsstir;atior.s u'.;.i: alhaloid planta). 116por piven at tho 17>!, msptla-r of the Rttschen Amnarpf'Ianaenforschung und -therapie. Reprint frcr.1t pub22ar.sd July 1955). . --m
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.uaa.a~s.~-ra~v~r.a ut~~r aN!:ty~tl~b `E7I~CAZ':> +.t~3t2~ni.3 :3SnLS/:7ATlTRAL PR01)L'CTS/ , d=ACCMMXLX&Moa"IOSln=SI_S/CHRO'/r!T(rRAPHIC A•VALYSIS--LIQUID_C"iiRO?'ATOCRAPHY/ } TS PSYClI4TAGY, PHYSIOLOGICAL/SEAB0tiG, GLEN-H T./TODD, LORD/KERKER, MILTON/ !r 2240 _Fl MILLER, NEAL E./LEETE, EDSdARD/ KIRKLA;:D, J. J./ ~ i 1973 • RJR CLaSS t70. T£XT300K TS 2240 Fi 1973 ~ ' : A ~ ;~. ~ A .. Morris, Philip, Inc., New York, N. Y., 1973, 134 p. (1973) (in English) Edited by: NICHOLAS J. :FINA *1974, No. 5, W 1573* *d* Tobacco chemistry: 0 7 0 a n 0 0 4'2 7.. 9 , , w i.a...,. Aforris, Philip, Incorporated, Richccnd, -Va. , U. S. PROCEEDI:iGS TILE FIRST PHILIP :10RIUS SCIE:;CE SYM3OSIL?I, RICIDSOhD VA., APRIL 26, 1973.
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~ ~,50Z73 0702~`'.t _ ~ .. . ~ ._... _ ..~,... , . . , . '~:.. .,:... ..:~ , fT~, ~ ?L1Ir`T BIJ:~HEf~?STRY/ FLAA~ -wFlIYSIOLCGYf TOBACCO- ~F:;XSIOLI.uY~ ' T0SACCO•p - BI0CNEKSTRY/ TOB.ICC.O- -AGRICUL'TtM-- -6-:VIE•vJ/ TOBACCO4- -*CHEMISTRY/ TOB ACCO- -ENZYj-i.ESf - ++wiQGE2t~sSIS~ ~: TOBACCO•-m •wCARECh?ARaTES/POBkCCO- w+AWIAID-i- TOBACCO- -FA ~TY ~~CiL~/ TOBACCO- +,CFcGn~IC~FCIDSl TOBACCO- -~FICt~l.JhTJr r . s.+v-.a.+.N V .. i-1~ t _ a.iAN ~Ii rin~i`ri 't~~yl~~ .~ : 1 ~•,~ ti 1J k: % I 1 L M N+ LIL' f t ~ , ~ ... +j~ J TOuACCC-w. ~CUFiI?v'r,.~ •6C;~F...ICAL-C!~AP:G4/_... ~o6dCzO - fti'If,~ iT ~ r• Ei• T'© TOBACCO- -AGItaG/ ALK:,LCID:.y-•• .•••TC8.1CC0~ ~ ~ PI-l1NT SCtENCE fiESEf.,CH OIVISION TOW-rra" --'f` %''•TCAL CO.'roC.yiTI~'.t/ ; jt1 ~ U.S. DEPARTA1EhT UF AGRICULI'UftE ~ jkq~t~~T~~ersQ~ j 1 ~ BEITSVILLE, RAARYt AND f. ~-. ~. N QOWnE-tq, HUTCKlNSQN :n InC. Siroudsburg,Pa. 1 ,--. -t. 0 7n 0. n 0 0426 6' , , , ,
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271 C ~.i.J•.. . .. ~ .I~.,.i!'~~ . T T .~ ...... _ .... .. .... Tobacco--Alkaloids--ChromatogrApby. ~ C:ROMOCRSYdIC Rk~>C'I~16. v0:,:~:ts ~ t ;''i :, 'ti6 r., ul.c;wiar Psb].ichiag C:,p rav Yo::.: ~......_ ......,...-> -.• ~ .,...,,>-~. 0 7 tl ~~ Cl a 43 0 1 r±..!7 ..~ I
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wcrv•- film ?1o - ~= Tobecca•A1koloids--Chrom tograph,y. rv - . :i: . ..... - r 7 J I
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50273• 0722 ;. Tobacta-AlkaJ.ofds-=8toSqnthCsis--3cotc-. / 3 VYI: 1•'othea, Jart ~503 Dt.A ~,urzc~l der pf1anzen - oine c!~en+~ shh,~ Herkatatt bezonderer art. (The plent : oot •• ' a 3pecial c5emicsl laboratory). Reprint fronit Abh+sndlungen der U~!utschen Akademia der WiS83ngChafton zu Q::: ; fl:.i Ch3:»it', iL•olo;lo £il: Lioiut;ic?y 16 pagea. Reprlnt• cf p3por give;i at <<:e of tae ;n,• ;.~n Ar,ycie*v cC Sr:o;ryt :n i<•ri:..'1, :brc-.h 23 - Ap:i1 2, !0;3> I 0 7 n o n o 0 4 2~~
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TS Tobacco- -RA] kaloids--Cheaiistry, - 50273 0730 2240 E ~.'Lller+ Ue .Qe von (Cds ) TnMCCO AL'JALAM A:.'B R'..ZL'LF.D CCb',PWNDS. Proceedirds of the Fourth Ynternatioaal Syrposi•m h^.ld at th9 k'onzaer-Greo Center fitackholmi Febrrary 1964, 1965 3346 Pp • Per,&amon•lSecntllan Nev York I
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I I,OZ /.7 0733 _ idC~sss , sa. ~ 'lEaY_ ~s~r.., v ~ ' - • . . . . ... .:_. _ . _ ' . . . . _ .._ .. • ... . • ~ si:• Toba cct41ka2cids--Chemistry--Revieu. 'rS"- 22l,0 S Chcni°•try nnd tocnnolo;y of toixac:c°• llo. 2. Tob~cco 11k•nloids 1Yanhl.aticn. ... __ - ~ pp. 0 7 0 0 R 0 0 4 2 9 7 , !'nycru. t9~3•
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~-•.. r, • . * ..?G'- _. . - . ~ . . Uaivcrcity of CatiFornta, Lawrcaco P.adietion Lsbo:ctory, Berkalaq. i7L0°{~T:u i~1iC V:IF~~'',SESiL.f Al.:i'.:#W N.ti.GVNT IIECIIMER 1963 TitROtK'H D:'CMAfG •'~~ 1964, (At=ic E-mexzp Cumicdion Contrect Ho. F?•7ti05pen3-tiS) 0 7 n t1 n t1 0 4 2 R 4 I ! I
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Tobacco--A1kaloids--Compositae, v. 3. Hegnauer, R.• CliPMOTA,XO:dOMIE DER PFLANZEN. v. 1962- BirkhPueex Ver2ag Basel und Stuttgart
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TS" i 2240 Tobecco--Alkaloids--Biosynthesis--Roots. D Sclt,, Ihria L, NTCO'fXIi3 F{',ODQCTh9.4 AND GROZ.~i OF TOBACCO SCIONS Cii TOV::T0 I?CC':STOC.S. Ropr,9nt tr=: P3ant :hysiolagy 2,> (No.. 5) 4t3l.-450 (Scptember 1957) I
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TpBaCC6 = ~ALKAL~T65==C4lVVERSIONf . STEROIDS AND STEROLS--MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATIONS/ALKALOIDS/ PROTEINASES/AMYLASES/AMYLOGLUCOSIDASES/GLUCOSE OXIDASE/ GLUCOSE DEHYDROGENASE/GLUCOSE ISOMERASE/ -GALACTOSIDASE/ INVERTASE/PECTIC ENZYMES/ENZYMES--IMMOBILIZED/CELLULASES/ QP ECONOMIC MICROBIOLOGY 601 Volu m e 5 Series editor: A. H. Rose/ Ro 1980 MICROBIAL ENZYMES - AND BIOCONVERSIONS _5027 3 0747 1980 d b y ed~te A H ROSE School of Biological Sciences ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary or Harcourt Brace Jovanovlch, Publrshers University of Bath, LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO SYDNEY SAN FRANCISC( Bath, England - 0 7 0 0 n 0 04 3 1 ! , ,
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50273 0732 CHROMATOGRAPIIIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO ALKALOIDS/ NORNICOTINE/5-IIYDROXY-NICOTINE / SYMPOSIUM/TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--CHEAfISTRY/NICOTINE--r(ETABOLISAt--HUriAN BODY/ NICOTINE ALKALOIDS/NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/COTININE--MTABOLISPi/ANABASINE/ MYOSMINE/_ ;.; A CLASS 140, PAHPIILET 76 VI Pi Pilotti • A; •. Mc~:ennia • H,• • Bowman, E. R.• • Dufva, E.• • Itolmstedtt B.• • ,. ~ . • • ~ Enzell, C. R. ~ ;(Swedisli Tobacco Co,, Res. Dep•, Stockholm, Swed•) : STUDIES ON THE IDENTIFICATION OF TOBACCO ALKAIAIDS, THEIR I•!AI•L"tALIA.*I Nicotine,Carbon Monoxide Symp., paper, Univ. Ky , Tobacco Health Re>-. Inst. Lexington, Ky:,`p not numbered (Nov. 17-18, 1975) •(in English) .._ t . .. METABOLITES AND RELATED COMPOUNDS BY GAS CIfROMATOGRAPHY - MASS SPECTRO:•fETRY. *Keywords:* nicotine smoke constituent I 0 7 o n n o 0 4 2 9 i
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50273 0701 . . .. ~ . . . ._. T0B,ACC0--ALICALOIpS--BIOGENESIS/TOIIACCO--ALYJILOIT?S_ DETEIL'•tINATION/ NICOTINE--BIOSYN'LHESIS/NICOTINE--DETEIMINATION/ Tabata, M.; ]liraoka, N. RJR CLASS Ng. PArIPHLET 77 VI Ta (Kyoto Univ.f•Fac. Pharm. Sci.,.}:yoto Jap.)_. VARIATION OF ALKALOID PRODUCTION IN ICOTIANA RUSTICA Plrysiol. Plant. 38, 19-23 (1976) (in English) . F *Keywords:* nicotine, green, constituent; ~ 2,4-D, tobacco, additive; I kinetin, tobacco, additive. - ' Cadht% rulturr% h:tvr Ixru r.t:thli.hrJ fram Ihc .rrJ. rtxtt :mJ Iraf , or Nil'urirnm rnsriru l.L v:u. hryniliu in a synthrlic mcdium routnin + ing I/rll! 2.4 D and 1/t Sl {.inctin. Thcsc callus listucs Ixhav%:J / similarly nut only in Erualh and ttrganugcncsis but alvo in nirtttinc t prrxlucliun. Thc niaminc ruulrnts uf callus rulturrs, which wrrr in i lhe tttdcr uf 11.25 ttl'tlry tt•cight Juringp frw pa..:ll;c:.ub,c 1 qucul lo r:tllu% induclitm. r.thiJly derrca.cJ lu lrace atnounl% in fucrccdinj; >ulxultoucs iti a..~k'iatiun with thr Jrclinr uf Ihc rtKN 1 rcycncr:ttinb activily. On lhc rtthcr h~tid~irrc cclla prcrarrJ fn~m a ~ callus tis.uc in the lhirJ passal;c JcvclulxJ into inJivi4lu:d .Ltne. a Ishow'Ing w7JC Jil'Icrrn.r; in l;ruwth and nicttiina pnwlu~liun: C1tlc u('( t ~ thcsc clunrs gavc rise to a rclativcly stable strain which is capable of ~ Iprrxlucinl; nictxinc at a hil;h rutc (0.29'4. of dry w'rij:ht) in' thc'! abscncc of url;xnitttlittn. 'lltc .it;nilicatnrc or these findinl;s iv di. cuxud in cumutliun wilh annc rt.ulls which h:tvc hccn rclwtrtcJ ~ (ot athrr callus cultures uf Nicoriunu slxticls. y /
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7,4baccQ-:-~llka2oids--C};romatccrrphy' /. al ~ - 50273 0742 ftri9, ft. F',..~'Cii?0MDt~E;~"E MS ALCALOIC:S (Els,ct:uphcresis o: S1L•e1o;d:.), by R. Faric end G. recgerao (Zacul-fo do F:h.^maci© do h:is, Leboratol:c c:a Ijtio:e e;,d:tcslo.) X7IIV Coa.^rss Lnterr.iwior.31 63s :c;.oncea 1hS S'n1 cG11ldQ ile ti , E:1;..'CF,lZC 8, 1958s I~otos"st fror*.t J. Fr.srn. Bo'_giquo (Fo. 15-21 (.*sm:sry-F'obrtt-ry 1959)
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r ' - . TobncdO--Alkaloids--ChrornatvQraphy. Kob3shft Y. STLrJTZOF TliEM•ix3, r•Yr.G:Sr~SI;ICa OF T)?nC00 ALIrALOIL'iS. VIII. 53:PAfLAiI0N A.ND IUF?:xF'.tICnTIt3Pd OF I'Yc3LDLNE BASzS AIti1) HICi.7It.E `31SES BY GAS C1iROMATOGltMiY. Nippon ltngaku Zacahl 82, 1262.5 (195l.) • With Engliah tzwtialation. ~ ~
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TOBACCQ:=-ALr•AT.(1IDS=-CHF.MISTRY/":ICnTINF.=-SY~ITHFSiS /MISTRY/":ICnTINF.=-SY~ITHFSiS/ 502" 0727 78 XII Pi2 Chem./Zeit<;. 30f4Q) (Fl1) (19!1F) ANMJAL *dFETIN(; (1P THF AFKf'H CKF.MTCAL SOCIF.TY IN PARIS (JAHRESVF.RSA%^TF,tT%'(: DER SnCIFTF. CHI"tInTr nF. RA??IS) 4rie Pictet and Or. A. Rotoschv - 0 7 0 0 0• 0 0 4 2 9 1 r 0
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,U-0 . ,....~---t Sinspozium po Tyutyuna, Pervi, Plordiv, Bulgaria PAPERS GIvFN AT TP.' P?pST TC°QtCCJ STMPOSIUM IN PLOVDIV, BULGARIA, SEPTEMBLR 5-12, 1965. Simpotium po Tyutyuna, Pervi, Bulgaria, variously pagad (about 162 nzweg) 1965 - In Engliah
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'I'j.^,Y.c..:'I UZZYeCU 3±ic dO ~aLs]u!3TM 7VOTM3O.cS.r&r aP.:. et1 s4:6313tM INT-IM-Uos Ao IMNUOTRAax - .,+ Y 1:1_3 ixnmPt V *• s IooI;~"sTc etr,WRsoTS.--I;PTQiiRIY--o0~
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0 .. • ., • i 50273 0731 .77VIKi ~ ` ~ :....,..,.,,,,..-. .- -~... ~........~....,. :..iµE~ -. CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 VI Kidaki, T. ; 1`Saeda, S. ; Koiwai, A. ; Tlikami, Y. ; Sasaki, S. ~ ~ r . t ! ~. . .~ 26 p- (Central Res. Inst., Jap.) . • .. . TItANSFOMu1TI0N OF TOSACCO ALKALOIDS. ~ Confidential manuscript submitted for publication in :Bcitr. Tabakforscl. (1977) (in English) 0 7 0 0 n o 0 4 2 9 5 .1 T:lis is a review of the work on the transforrnation of tobacco a1kalci.'•4. !-hich T.ave teen carried oet in TTS_ -~-~..r~?-T.-. 4LCy .:.. • . • - . .;~•.
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.. .. . . . . , <._'* . : . • .. :~ 50273 0724 •. ; , ,v. Tobaaco--Allcaloids--B.iosy.nthesis-~-itoots. t~r~Ci1t~ FaoEUCrzo:a 'Vtn c~owTx oF EXcisED . TGI'26CGO FCOT CZLTI3F^S. Ftepwi."t fra:as F: ? tain:: F:r !1io1o= 4L0a 4.4 (sopu;r'o;r 1~7} ;cl • ~~~: .. .. . . . .. . . .•.... , . 0 7 ~ 0 n ~ 0 4 2 8 8
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b U£ b- 00 U U U L 0 •ddc" Z ,y 411 ~ ~.~t ~:,=cc='r •.9qdt.Wolmuo.ze-ESPZc7["z'4oOasqos ~:; -MmWomo OA[0 EfZOS
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• 1 . a _ 50273 0753 ~ . ,~„. TOBACCO--SMOKE--TAR/ TOBACCO--GREAT BRITAIN/TOBACCO--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES--DETERMINATION/ TOBACCO COMBUSTION/TOBACCO--COMBUSTION/CIGARETTES--COMBUSTION RATE/ TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL METHDDS/CIGARETTES--FILTErS--ALKALOIDS/ TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--DETERMINATION/INTERNATIONAL ORGANIZATION STANDARDIZATION(IS TOBACCO--SMOKE--FILTRATION/ - 80 VI Br British Standards Institution, Great Britain A Collection of Material. i .r 0 7 0 0 n p 0 4 3 1 7 ,~
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Microfilm _ No. 59 ~•'Pobacco--Alkaloids--Qrystal reactions. - / Vagan, P. A. Yan r.or OP EEPl A1`,i:ai1L nLY,h.LOriEPi, ; S`iC"s'r'Er:. IJ. (Ciyatal roacticna of so-ma aiIn„aidc;! b;..:b_tu- rrto, uul.for.a:ndos n, d socs othar suL•,.wnC:se rr. ) Fhrvrto 1'ao?cbl. W; (L'oa_Z3) Wov-cmIt-sr 1!>, 1959) . .,r ; ~ " r . :,.r:- 777
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i I L 0£ b 0 U u 0 0 L 0 ~...._ :1f• . . ;,r~•_~-s, nr• ~rr. r;rJ 2~`r'iY.T~!.t .Tnf~xT, !r'.! *(•e+hY.1,'r'N,i'43 ~cs ~zsn~a:ad • At{da.z~o~rnuo.zq~--sp~ol~~y--oaaBdoZ•.:.-~~, , T L0 ELZOS ( E1 t : .. . .
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738 07 0 CA 0lSATOGDAI'IIIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO AL 111: C ` _NICOTINr--OXLDATION/aICOTIN-"--OXIDF/TOAAC_'C0~!=AIrKAlAIDS:+~CtiR0:1ATOGRAPplY/•"# _:,-....-r.-... r-..-r+-..-- . T --_.-. --v. r• c..• .-.... . .,.~ ..- . .. - . .. .-.-.... . . .. -. __. _., ... . .. . _ _ _ . . P.JR CLASS NO. PA?!I'FtLrT 75 XII Cn Constaittinescu, T. , p s (Institutut Cercetari Proiectari Alimentare, Bucuresti, Romania) ~ A RAPID MIETiiOD OF OXYNICOTINE OBTENTION BY TIIIiJ-LAYEI. CIIl:0:4WOGRAPiiY. ~ *(IIn Prucedeu Rapid de Obtinere a Oxinicotinei Prin Cromatografie pe f l ; Strat Subt:re.)* - ~ Lucr. - Inst. Cercet. Prioectari Aliment. 11, 73-83 (1973) (in ~ ~ j Romanian with English suruaary) 4- f ' Experiments showed that nicotin-l-oxide (as well as nicotin-l,1'-dioxide) : could be easily obtained by direct oxidation „in situ" of nicotine, using thin layer ; chromatography and as oxidizer but 1-i=0,, in certain temperature conditions. The monoixde was obtained in this way by semi-micro (R = 50_.70','o depend- i ing upon the extraction conditions) and mScro sythesis, the working time not exceeding respectivelly 4-5 h and 1 h. t By the same „in situ" method, the monoxide was again reduced to nicotine. The „in situ" tehnique, combined with the one „in diagonal" served at the whole study of the reaction : oxydation nicotine --)o nicotin-l-oxide • *1975, tio, `rkduction L Tobacco c: The established techniqucs are suited to the preparative obtention of nicotine ~~- -- ~-~---•~=----= ---~~ -~--~=-•~ monoxide (semimicro sythesis) or to be used directly on the start line of the chro- matographic plate in case of qualitative chromato;raphic work (micro sythesis); the „micro-redox in situ reactions" could be successfully used also for analyses in view of identification of the mentioned components. - ---------- - 0 7 0 O n p o 43 0?. 1 , / LOInS I
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F.:2bbacco*-Aika,Ioids--Content oP. Vbnns T. J. V}ERWANtE OF ALMAOIDS 321 NYBRIBS BETidu'.~1 FLM-CUREll TOBACCO A1D R:.'Za1'LD AMPHIDIY.LOIESi by T. J, t.bnn and J. Ae Fhrbrcn,r. hrorth Carolihn State Collego Tobacco Koprint Serioo iIze 49. ReX*rf.nt fromt Tobacco (Totlacco Scie 24 29Q34) J~j (t:o. 12) 20a2; (I.%•rchs 1954) 9 '.'
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t. '<.. f • . . . . 3 • _ 50273 0748 ~ VI ~;T{ Tobacco~lAlkalrids--Conversion' ~ Te 1 Terrill, Thonaa Robert t.LKALOID CO2.jniF.SION IN TOBACCO North Carolina S'tate of the Univ. North Carolin.a, Dept. Crop Sci., Ph. D. Thesis, Ra1c:f.Sh, N. C. (1954 - pub7.. 1965) Prev. ref. (abstr. oaly-completc theaie avaiJ:able now) 0 7 n 0~t U U 43 1 2 i
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r r l 0 b U£ d 0 u u 0 U L •~3,TaOCA~:~1:~o•~Illa L:uY't-:Ilxs ~?O l:O:ITyoI~~4:.~oI ('4rV Fa0 S::Li:ETiH CI11v S3IJ:1ds • .n..IOT-1-1;Mv C ..Ilru !TO Sp-7RS IS . ;o zaa3uoo--sPTolenlY--oaaeqoZ"=`s ~``. _ . . . SALQ ELZOS ~ . • ~ . .. - r~•~ ~ +, ~ . . - . ~ ~ • , . . . . . ' _ . ~ . . . . . . . . . .. _ _ . . ~ _ .,
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. -- -~; VI -;-a/. To ~' Tobacco--Alkaloi~ds--Determination.' 1966 Sarveq, W. R. NICOTINE ALKALOIDS Ilt TOBACCO LPAh, CICARE'LTE FILLER, AND PARTICULATE MATTER OF SHO:CE BY ACID - tSTIiA2i0L PJLTF.ACTICN, by N. R. Harvey, C. B. Badgett, and F. E. Resni!c. Tobacco Chamists' Research Conference, 20th, paper, 15 page3, Winston-Saiea, N.'C. (Nov. 1966) 0 ~ ,~-..,..,:-....-... <<~ -.. . . -
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50273 075q TOflACCO--ANALYTICAL METHOAS/-'IACCQ-~AI,KA140IpS D$TEI',MINATIOM 76 vi rlc-78 ' . • :. .. RJR CLASS NO. PA?1PH1.ET 76 VI Mc-78 Hamid, A.; McClure, W. F.; Weeks, W. W. (N. C, ate llniv., RaleiEh, N. C., U.S.) ;~. . RAPID .PEC'1'ItOPHO'IO?11:TRIC ANALI'SIS OF THE CIIT:MICAL C0:-1POSITI0:3 OF TOBACCO. PART 11. TOTAL AL1:J1~0I DS . Beitrage Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication, 21 p. (1978) (in English) *Keywords:* alkaloids, total, cured, constituent. ~A eonpact, portable pressure-drop instru-.ent ttizt incorso:ates t,adern ~e)ectrnnic pressure-drop neasuring techniSues has bce: c'esigned and I ~nev design otfers virtual independence fror. external ea?illarp standards built. It includes a built-in la~:±nzr-Slo: calibration standard. The . digital readout, potential for autonatic data processin£, and a si-ple (Pnd the associated proble:::s o! aaintaining ea?!llar; eleanlissess), fast ~ • .-... ... .
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9 ~£ b 0 0 U U() L 0 •~~aa~3nr rrT e taST) ~S~--bnS (Z'[ •a:1) Q£ Y%13SV7i n%te~sfia.'o;~ csov.3u :)s{nsocr,j 'Pam oznXpl, 9';XsgTX ,tq •,-'3'tid',tOSi [,aT, t.3 m1V '1ZSAD:i:I a-0 T-1.i01"!T~'IdS •ZA •S-j"i7rimv oo'JrSOS t+o :'"r' =,s `11rOaSTMfl4Lv]4 ~ •oo~ ~eY~Cc{~u~~aQ--sP'~oTgxTV-;o~oga,oy . ZSLO ELZOS .•. ., . ~•
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'~STR ..~~ __..~,.~.~_.w, ~.._..._ ......._., 50273 0728 r" - ,7S ~Co RJR CLAS S r'O. PA2dPHLET 75 XI I Co • Constantinescu, T. (Institut Cercetari Froiectari A1ir..entare, F;ucuresti, Ronania) , CIIROMATOGR,APHIC IWESTIGATIONS CONCGR:.I1G TfiE OXIDATION OF P-PY2TDI'r'E ALi:ALOIUS It: TOBACCO. I. LICkiT, Oh"YGIa, TE:•Q'ERATUft£, PF.ROXIDASE A.`D DPPii F.FFECT , NICOTINE, COTINI::E; A,`.D 0:{li:dICOTI::E. ~ . •-*<Observatii Crbmatogra4ice Pricind Oxidarea Unor Alcaloizi R-Piridinici Prezenti in Tutt:n.' I. Efectual luminii, oxigenului, tempcraturii, peroxidazci si a1 radicalului DPPH asupra Nicotinci, Cotinininei, si Oxinicotinei.)* Lucr. Inst. Cercet. Prioectari A1i::ent. 12, 67-81 (1973) (in Romanian witlt English SU^tmna2y) ~- \iculinc ic oasily oxidizcd. eolinino ccnd rx%n:c,ctinr Lcin; lhe fir.t o:,icl:~t •~ . oblaincd. This rccult hulcls good for plwtc.chcrnicnl and thc•n,r:cl (-..;,ll-;t00`C) u:,it.:$l4 Ih0_ and prroxidacc exictaliurr, thc• pruccss Lcino wwc intensc• and quickcr for ti,• : than for tLe onl sallcd form. In no one of thc stuclic•(i cascs nornicotine %c:cc hleiclificd in lhc rcaclio:i tncciir:. ' nlcutinc dcmclU)•I-ctiun uccurcd. !n the lii'1'll reactinn. nicotine can .ct as a h}•dro^cn donnr, o rcaclic•c *1975, No. 3, W S06' bcin-r.t•oid,~d nnd thc rcducr-l furru (f)I'Pli,) of the radicai (1)1'I'11) bcing idrntifi .; of lhe reacli.•e pucitiunc (:,clite }c}~lru;cra) in the icicutiue ni-J cuh. t .'Tob.acco._ .chemist-ry_:-+ Coliuircc ic ccncrai).trc•sivt•int to the ahu•:c n;cntioncd (h.ItiO--2c`i'C) ar.Q the p-,cc:ccc c.f pcroxittc :crc hu«cscr f:c.•o;:riul; comc dcco::il I _ fornntnS of h% cirp>:~r~~!ia~acr r:ct L-ing cx-c'•udcd. Oxynicotinc ia resistant to piruluL..~.:E;zl +~llnn. Lut'ts thcrucail.• nnsl:rl.}c (nl tc r. c of .,.,IAp•Q. 0 7 n n n o 0 4 2 9 2 , , -a I
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Long, T. M. IlUTOI'.ATED DE1'EMKIIVATIQ*1 OF hICOTINE .U.i::.i.GiuS Iii iOutCCO JSI'MC Npii-TOXIC !?t'AGEiIaS j:~ 69 Ul. D. & 1i. O. FFilla 15 Pages : i
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c tF:~", +Y - ~O$~I~~~LKAL4Ip~S~-DE'~~RMI~ATION/ ToBACCO--TARf 4 vI In-76 Intecnational Organization DETERMINATION OF ALKALOIDS SPECTROPiIOTOMETRIC METHOD. International Organization (in English) a j 50273 0758 ~ RJR CLItSS NO. PAMPHLET 74 VI Iu-76 Standardization IN CIGAfiETTE SMOKE CONDENSATES - Standardization ISO/TC 126, No. 0.1 (Nov. ].9 7 . t , 1 V
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7 CNEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--OFTICAL METHODS/ 50273 0759 _ y""'74 VI In ALKALOIDS--ANALXSIS/TOBACCO--ALrAt.OIDS=--DETEiCifii;KATIOfC/~. - - R.1I1-CLi~SS ti0. PA.`3'tiLET~VI In T.nternational Organi7ation Sta.ndardization TOBACCO AND TO,SACCO PRODUCTS - DETCP.AtIhA'CION OF ALKALOIDS IN TOISACCO - SPECTP.OPfi0T0":ETP.IC PSTI:OD. 3 P • International Standard ISO 2'3F1, First Edition/(Jan. 1, 1974)(in F.nGlish) *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; alkaloids, cured, constituent. *1974, No. 12, W 5075* *d* Tobacco analysis: 0 7 n o n ov - 43 >of ~- . .. . .~ . '. . . F . 1 .
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50273' 0765 = TS ~ Tobacco--Alkaloids--Determination` 2240 K thayei Nuik-Ansa,n TK ANALYSES tSF 'tRACt Q13ANT1TJ.ES OF FESTICIDES UTT.Z.J:2.IIvG, TIlI:ii 1«i`_'Bt: ~;.RROt: .hai:vR/.P'a'Y ?IM PH01S pHCtqlAf uv 1965 126 gag•ae Ua1'mVaity of Khrivv, Ph. D. Thesia Univerai ;• Mcro:'i1;a1, Inc. E:.-in Axbor, Ms chigan
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502113 0772 .... ~ .. S::"Pl"TA1 102: AF-L SSTT..tC.TIO~-,' Ui TCZ-ACCO ALK1Lnl„ : ,.Yho", cri te t; :frofa: Gurr.izt So!: 2~ (2~c. 5~ 19~•?_~'7 (1~~~ 33 ~-. 0~ o n n n 0 4 33 6 , i ~~
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: ~ vl ' - Tobaicco--Alkaloida--D©termiratioct L3wncbsn,I;i, Anzelm ILOaC1GWw U?.::P.C7~'.NIE QGOLNEJ 2A4ARInXCI AIY.AIAID"JW TrTq:1Il3 ZA P0WCA BID13LY KATI02:I• TOWaIEJ. (QJ3:1C$L':.tive Estisnation of Tobeaco All:alo:ds by mRria of Cationite Pcpcr), by Mzclm I owFndo:o• sia cnd F.?n:-y?c Wxtkot,•skip Jerzy Platek, and Danuta Brzoz'!ca. Chemia hr.alityeasta 6, 55L58 (1951) ! 0 7 0 0 n 0 0 4 3 2
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~ 50273 0729 i ~ .. . . . ~i. rn ,. ... . .•~ ,. . :- . t I'~tiACCO ~L1r01DS F--C1iFPfISTRY/ TOBACCO•--CAR 0'iLidOIDS/TOBACCO--PYRiDINE DERIVt+TIVES/TDBACCO---CIiF.~fISTR?/ 77 VI. En RJR CLASS NO. P.M•iPHLET 77 VI En English) _ ; to' these groups has been obtained from tob :cco in rcccnt years, it is ( ~ ~ now possible to forward sonie hypothcses as to the modcs of formation Cor.stitutents too numerous to list. /Sincc a large number of compaunds bclo.~b ng ~ - of the nor-compounds; tl:erefore this article is arranBcd accoiding ~ to the hypothetical biogenetic model. Our intention has becn to 6ve a comprehensive compilation of constituents of the groups s.lected; in ti ~oider to ' facilitate the prescnt:+tion Arabic nunicrals arc used for tonacco constituents and Xum: n numcrals for ot•ticr co,nPoun s. n ~~'1CW of the volurac of rcle~•ant chemical litrr;~ture it has bcen necessary lo excludc certain asp:cts, c•g. shcctroFcop i~, soidics, mammalian I nicotine mctabolism and isohrcnoids and ail.aloids of tobacco smokc, ` ~ and to li-mit thc discussion to c,rtain othcr topics. ~ -- - - - -- - - ---- ,.•L...a.,~_-- ----- E xe11, C. R.; Wahlberg, I.; Aasen, A. J. C~wedish Tobacco Company, Ciie,n. Res. Dep., Stockholm, Swed.) ISOPR'r'NOIDS AND ALKALOIDS OF TOBACCO. Fortschritte Chcmie Organischer Natursteffe 34. 1-79 (1977) ~ • ' . . . . :-. ; - . . 0 70 0•:n- n0 4 2 93 , , (in , . ,
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:.~ :..,.:.... __ _ .,.._,.~. ,,..... _...__ . 73..VI. Ro. .. 50273 0U7 ~ °'~b$At Cd'-~-~L~',ALOIb-=-D&E:qARNATIO.R/ .....~..~.._~.,.... ~ ._ RJR CLASS ::0. Pr.."SPHLET 73 VI Ro Rosa, N. (Car.ada Dep. A.. ~r., n^<,...,. Sta., Dct `ii, Ont., Can. ) $~`nLI:;G OF :'ICGiI~::'. T:.'-::CUM L.''.:.r "L:`iZ::A TO S:"+?.':C1C.`;T THE PROBU•! ^r ;,~G:: , .IcOP.:•: DIST"-.IFXT.IC:; OT.' To:'.L Can. Jour. I;o*_. ..51 (::.o. .1), 2$9-91 : (1973) (in Enrlish) ~•; *I:eywords:* A1::31oiGts, green, cor.st: tuent. Aicotir.e, grECn, consti.uent. i *1973, No. 8, t•.' 3563* * j t* Tobacco analysis: 'A I 0 7 0 E1 cl n 0 4 33 , i}`
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i 50273 0760 ,~!tDETERMLNATION/TOBACCO--NICOTINF.--DETERMI NATI ON/ TOBACC,Q„-A1.ICALOIDSr- , ~, TOBACCO--ANABASINE/ TOBACCO--NORNICOTINE/TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/ . t 76 VI Ju - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 VI Ju 1 Jurzysta, A. • . j (Laboratorium Analiz Roslinnych, Iung, Pulawy) DENSITO!•B;TRIC 2•fETliOD OF DETERI•fINATION OF NICOTINE, 'lOR1?ICOTINE AND NABASI:IE IN TOBACC ~ ~ - *(Densytometryczna metoda oznaczania nikotyny, nornikotyny i anabazyny ~ tytoniu.)* , ~ Pamietnik'Pulawski - Praceiung Zeszyt 62, 159-65 (1975) (in Polish.i with English abstract) ' ' *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; . ': nornicotine, cured, constituent; anabasine, cured, constituent. ; Tobacco is ground and extracted with chloroform,-and thin-laver 6 chromatograp,hy,,is used• to separate the 3 major tobacco all:aloids--nicotine, '.; - nornicotine and'anabasine which are.detected.with nra~;pendorf's ,: _`reagent, r and- densitometrically measured. ; ~, . .- a w . S Q 7 0 0 ~ t] 0 4 3.?. 4 . , , O . A
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J I i U~£ a n 0 u 0 t1 z 0 r-;r? fCr~^~ ~i ; oVT'(a.:qatl~I "u.t.Y.~C1CZL?3 f etiC~a 9 i.Z~LTat~ ~ °*~aY ~crt~T~ • &x a *{. , i• e e.n• ! ~e o featuC" • a °R Aq ' iawI eVaT'l-'*r'qj •td PQi3 ; ?TYT3 L03 I''It~a.~dS sdSs !i©T•'19I~3:^.3'~,,. 7,3Q,3Q QIu c''? Lir ~~~? ti::i.ZiiG~'1 V . .., 9SL0 ELZOS :: ;.~ < . ;. . . • , . ~~-
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RJ:,nd,nmic dsr i+'ieennsc'raftoh zcx }?-ir1in; t;'v:_ : ar,ci b:Lo1.0 ;aav 16 roo•v. Rr,prlnt of paper gi vQt) ot 4~:•, ot` o :nrr.au Ac3ae--'.,v of Scier.;D in :::.28 -• 1 ?y$ ( Y`ab1iC:z a i. Q 7 0 o n o 0 4 2 9 A , ~ : x 50273 _0726 . ~ ........... . .- . _ ..~-- . .. .:_...._ ~ _.. _ ..... . . .. . .. _... - / : Tot;acco- Il:aleic's--3io'sytithesi's--Seedlinffs. ' rt tZir. -,iO ARr pilan7cin . olnq fhjm'nr.' war?:Ac4t-•L baqona~:wer ert. ('Pho p)erit -- e e~}clrsl c.ze-micsl ).uborotor?). :j Rcpi.;.>'c fa•ras ¢bbar.tl1tweeti 8eir Dxpui:FcAwi ,
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VII MaCl ; so2Z3 ol7 6a _' x•. Tobacco--Alkaloids--I3eteraiination : M.acDowa11, F. D. H. P.St'ID PIuZD TEST FOR TOAACCO ALYALOIn CONTENT. 'Caned3.an Jour. P1ant Sci. 46 (No. 3) 332--5 (i•ieay i>vu) 0 7 n ~ n a 0.4 3 78 ,
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1 TOLACCO 1959 Qctobor 20.30. Ic59 7 nares UtT2 ver uif,j C'i 't-.•:itucky, Af,i 0:2oiuS/ Lexington, t.r+iltUcky Folder cnnt:.i_nn copie3 of son:o of tbo pa?.z~rs nres.rAr3 at th-I ).2th Tobacco Chcmisi.a' F:._t,earcn Con:l-rence, Unive:sil.y oa Keni'oick; .`+t,r.onomy 11-,.art ;..:at, iaxingt.. f, F:.: ~:Gt o: pLl.m-" ~3r pL:::P}_'.a!t. 0 I
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r , °~ tr^. r irT ~av. v i3 ` ~ ZOM:Olt 'S,"i:I11i73 JIRTM'..~IV:dON&0 , •sxsr a»oqdesjaaTg--sPTOIPI[Ty--oo0 +eqoy t t v 9 P'0 U u 0 u L 0 .+ . 0 tLz r aV 1 oll .
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ITOBACCOs•-•AhKALOIDS=-DETERMINATION j~-""_' ' 1 50273 075,7 -- .c... ... ; • ~ - - 79 YI Hi ' -• RJR CLASS, N0./ PMrPHLET %._`.=:: Hiller, J, M,; Mohan, M. S;; Brand; M,'J, , . 79 VI Hi : (Texas A&M Univ„ ;Coll, Sta., Tex., U. S.) . A NONAQUEOUS CONDUCTIMETRIC'TITRATION FOR THE ANALYSIS OF ALKALOIDS IN . CIGARETTE TORACCO, x• Jour. Chem. Educ,•56 (No...3) 207-8 (Mar. 1979) (in English) ' * * Keywords: nicotine cured constituent. _ , , ___ d ~ pending upon the brand of cigarette; within brand staridard i i ~rn an th the standardizat Typ cal conductance plots for bo -d ' d' deviation was typically lcss than 10.04% of student assay. The t lk l Ecesie wte totallybc thdit Therefore xsvar osurese enpon., ~ keeping the reagents and glassware free of water should be ~ stressed. We have used this ezperunent tor one year thus far (200 students) using three brands of cigarettes as wiknowns. Stu- dent dent anelvses of total alkaloids ranced from 0.9 to 2.4%. de- p ~`~ 1 ~ extraneous water. When significant but not excessive water i a variety of tobacco products (8, 9.11, 17,18). j is present the endpoint is not as sharp but can be located ac- ~ It is good practice to perform each conductance titration ortiuns of the curve. in duplicate. Also, parallel titrations can be carried out using eurately by extrapolating the linear i . y s are ~ a oi titrations are shown in Figure 2: the en pom ~ a literature reports total alkaloids in the range of 0.6-7.0% for quite apparent encountered is One prohlem occasionall ..~------.•~--_ - ~ ~ a visual indicator such as methyl violet to demonstrate the ~ diffculty sometimes encountered with this method of end point detection --------' r"' . 0 7 0 n n0 0 4 3 2 1 , t I
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Simpozium ro lyutyvna, Pervi, Plovdiv, . ..-. ~ ~1~ . . . . i YIRST TO°ACCO BULGARIA, 1 ~% ~ -Simporium po Tyutquna, Pervi ; Bulgaria, varicualy p6ged (ebouC 162'np'~ee) 1965 - in English Bulgarih PAPERS GIVIIN AT THE SYMPOSIUM IN PLOVDIV, SEPTFMBSR 5-12, 1965. I
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- AiT,r) noCt-':6zt (Q-L •O;i) 6tl •Jt9o Tp •u.ty spToTay,tcr (•vol,'xnqT..IjBin ?ctaa: no.to~.~r.too I-c, noorsqol 3o uoTqeuTm,zaqap puv uoT4r:.tedaS) ::L S1:OI7,I.Lrdd1?i ~. x-tii b-J3Td'r!T 21 Wt;vTQa:•: GX)VdV,L 'I :u IQIO`Iv.`'.^_''/ 7f:O3Q •p iouTia T4I TS ~1TTa.TTf1.1.TaNRt1A~+-tI[ST'lRL2t1iL2a~lAfi-~av~.r.oTBx7e---soa~ec~a~,:~~.~- .TA_:~
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, ~ robeoco--Alkeloide--yrsctionation. ~ s Quin, Louis b.s The Alkaloids of Tobacco Smoke. II. - TC DACCO C'fE'dISTS' RESEAP.CK CCNFEnTICZ. 1958 October i25-2l,, 1958 Duko Univorsity, Durham, IJ, C. Folder contains copies of sone of the pcpara pi esentad. at ttio 12th Toba cco Che*aists' R3searcn Cor.:'or©nc3, Ll'.ce IInivorsity, Purhea, N. C., 1958. FFor list of par see pamphlet. Ir ! c-
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>4e: Tobacco~~-l+Ikaloids--Decompoaitlon. 2cobenhlq. Ynnuko TEMMAL DL'COPUWITIObi CF TOI3ACCO ALgAIA7D8. PAIu Xe TIUMFBit OF TGBl.CCO AI.KAIAIDS It:TO CICEIIt.F,3'TE S2.:0: FnGOUCID FR{L'4 IiCnRICffi IM TZF'S CICARMTL' bpr Yusuka KoUeahii FlSlioko Watanabo ar.d IIiaako Iioghaku. Pho+.oetnt irm: Nippon Nogo3kngaku Saiehi Xt 5E9-92 (JuI,Y 2.962) - in Japwneee vlth ~ <
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~ 50273 0766 " ,T08 : ...,-„ ,LO~ - C~LICAIDS==DETER'•iINATIO:J/TOBACCO--S'dOKE--AL1tAL0IDS / TOBACCO--SMOKE--NITROSAMINES/ yL. To-79 .. _ : .._ . . . - -. t ijp;a3~~p g;p, • ^ RJR CLASS NO. PA~iPIiLET VI To 79 s. p. t~ 7 Yiadc, J. J. , Adan:.~, J. D. ; Ifo f fslann, 1). ~ ` A1.i:ALOIDS A;:D NONVOLATILE h-NITT;OSAPtIr'ES IN TOBACCO AND S; :0'.':E OF /:` ' e CICAI;ETTES. = Tobacco Chum. 1'cs. Conf., 33rd, tape, i.exin£ton, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 197^) - ; (in EnElish) CASSETTE TAPE : _ ~. . ---. ..__......:--- • . _ _ ._. ..... A method wts developed for the analysis of the major and winor alkaloids in ~ ~` tobacco and cigarette smoke. The alkaloids of the tobacco extract or cigarette ! l ` ssake were enriched from the basic fraction by column chromatography on deacti- = vated basic alumina. The alkaloids from the resulting concentrate were sepa- , . rated from each other by reverse phase HPLC. So far, more than 12 alkaloids . have been identified in the tobacco an1 smoke of French cigarettes ayJ their ~ relative concentrations deternined. Por the quantitative analysis. 4 C-nicotine; vas used as loternal standard. The concentration of the major alkaloids in the y tobacco were evaluated as possible determining factors for the smoke yields of i N'-nitrosonorntcotine (NNit), 4-(N-nethyl-N-nitrosamino)-1-(3-pyridyl)-1-butanonel ~ ~ _ _. - . ... .. . _ .. _ ._ -_ .. __ . _.._~__ (Amcric.zn }lcaltit foundation, Div. Unviron. C.lrcinoEcncsi.s, Val~aalJ.a, ':. (AliK) and N'-nitrosoanatabine (N.+ta). In the taainsteeam sooke of a black . tobacco citarette, the coqeentrations of \.'YN () Yg/cigarette), :1NR (0.4 {ig), and' NAtE (0.7 1+6) are relatively high, compared to their concentration in the smoke , of U.S. cigarettes. A selective reduction of the N-nitroaaoines was indicated by cellulose and cellulose acetate filter tips. The transfer rate of NNN from tobacco into oainatreoa sooke of French cigarettes (=11Z) was comparable with the transfer rate for U.S. blended cigarettes and thus appeared to be indepen- ent sm f t~ ~e py ' y A _ s-. . 4--.3_..0.. Q 7 0 r
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'r~ 4 502?3 0785 . 1 ~ Tobacco=-A1kaloida--Infrared spectroacopT. Z4z, f3 *• _i. CaI ABSC't?'TYt:;T St^~.Tt?}._ C- iC`r.::"CO ~Lt-',LC"~. : .~ ~ ' Vv ~ t;~ a • Z !* , 14 "~;.G~iCi ~?'~f? Scs3.e rv;:,:.-va 19 d 7 n n n o 0 4 3 4 9 , ,
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_. ; 50273 0768 ~ i'Y'bSACCO-,-.4LKAL0,~US~--A1tiT,ER1`tINATIOt1/TOBACCO--INAT.YTICAI. MFItTODS/ TOBACCO--I'MOKF--ALKALOIDS/CIIP.O*il`.TOG?.A?HIC A2vLAYSIS--TOBACCO AL?CALOIDS/ VI Ta3-77 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI Taz-77 Schmidt, J. A. r (Landesanstalt Tabakhau 'fabakforsch. 1'orcLheim, Ger.) NEIJ RESULTS IN TIIG I:ANGE OF ALKALOID ANALYSIS. , *(Neue Ergebnisse im Bereich der A]'r.aloidana]yse.)* Tabak Kolloquium, XIX, paper, 4 p.., Celle, Cer. (.1une 10, 1977) (in German with I:nglish abstract) *Keywcrds:* nicotine, cured, constituent; nornicotine, cured, constituent; `~ anabasine, cured, constituent. The paper describes the anlaysis of al.kaloids in tobacco and tobacco smoke by gas chromatography. The analysis of tobacco was conducted by treating a tobacco sample with Barium hydroxide extracting the sample with a (9:1) benzine-chloroform mixture and analyzing 062 extract by gas chromatography. In smoke analysis the smoke was collected on a Cambridge filtPr, extracted with benzene-chloroform (9:1) and analyzed by gas chromatography. Some of the peaks in the alkaloid range were identi- fied as nicotine,nornicotine and anabasine. Additional peaks were identified by gas.cliromatography coupled to a mass spectrometer as neophytadiene, myosmine and ~otininc. 0 7 n o n 0 04 , , i
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~ r'^r:,:,~- .~.: . .r~ ~. :~. . ~ w.;Y•_ _ . . . .. .. . . - . .\, . ~ SD273 0781 .• i ....._ ...r_.........._~. ..~:.........,.~..•... ..t ./' .S'~.~;::.~..._.-. .~ ~.:+~.. •Li1'F . L _ a. VI -Tobacco--Alkaloids--Extraction ' To 1959 lvi:.i.w v.~:. . • r. _ . 0: tober 2Q-3!1, :.c.59 f;-rc,nonmiv Der)artmont. Fo1dFr conrvins copieo of r:or. o of tf2s ~:. s'c thz l~~n iob.•,cco Cht~n~i~ ~rt' ..q.,,::,: c:i: ~.•.,.~ _,..... , ~+a `•i . Dr ~a.t:~:ea!., La~in ~, A-rt,r~onY ~ +. :., ..L I / '
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77 50273 0777 f ~ . _ . . _ - - •.t... . .~ ' saL~~fra ~'aaa~sl:~fLfi.:IL~. I VI Le 1 i ~ Tobacco--Alkaloids--Determination--Cationized--a filter paper ..:Gn'cawrwJais A:~e-Im M~~r~Ei+ai'~ta Ess-a:famCa e4 Tr;s TWAI. CIDNiLi.`T 0F T0:M.CL:? AI<'s^.WZM 131' Iw4~5 t'i"r' 5xe~aM1:cz. iditt-wo';i, J'otry P1.aCcY: a.rVA L',1.2ua;4 trar.alacioa Sr.azz tca i>olis:i. /..f"..~
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0 _I 50273 0770 N .,,,.._.._,.x-...... ... -M-DET$'tMINATIUN/CHROaATOCRAPHIC AIvALYSIS--TOBACCO ALKALOIDS/ RJR CLASS NO. PAriPHLET VI To 79 s.p. Sevcrson, R. F.; Arrendale, R. F.•; McDuffie, K. L.; Chortti•k, 0. T. (. (U. S. Dep. Agr., SF~-AR, Tobacco Health Lab., Athens, Ca., U. S.) VI To-79 A RAPID CC-2 METHOD FOR TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. . k S.P. . Tobacco Chein. Res. Conf., 33rd, tape, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979) ~ (i E 1i h f A rapid glass capillary-gas chroaatographic (gc-2) method for the analysis of ~ tobacco alkaloids, including nicotine, nornieotine, ayosmine, anabasine, anata- ; bine, and 2,3'-dipyridyl, was developed. The use of gc-2 methodology coupled ~ with the nitrogan-specific gc detector provided rapid, unanbiguous alkaloid analysis. About 25 mg of cured ground tobacco and 1 al of 0.0iN NeOH-KOH (con- ~ taining the internal standard, 2,4'-dipyridyl) were placed into a 2-ml auto ! injection vial. The vial vas,capped and placed in an ultrasonic bath for 15 !n. A 1-p1 volume vas analyz.ed by gc-2 operating in the split-injection mode on a 15 a x 0.25 ma i.d. vall-coated Superoz M-4 column. This simple procedure . will be compared with a previously reported Soxhlet extraction-packed eoluan ge . method. The application of the method to analysis of alkaloids in various cured ; 1and green tobaccos vill be discussed. In addition the gc-2 methodology and the preparation of the Superox I?t-4 vall-coated capillary eolumw will be presented. ' • o7a.an a0 433 4 , ,
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; 50273- 077q ~TOBACCO-==ALKALOIDS--DETERMINATIdN/TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL METHODS/ 79 VI St - ' RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VI St Stahl, E.; Willing, E. <<f. , (Univ,- Saarlandes, Pharmakognosie'Anal. Phytochem., Bundesrepublik ~' . . ,.._. ... !utschland, Cer.) . . ., - ,, :. ..- , . , .. ~ EXTRACTION OF ALKALOIDS-WITH SUPERCRITICAL CASES IN'DIRECf COUPLING WITH . 1IN-LAYER CHROMATOGRAPHY. *(Extraktion von Alkaloiden mit uberkritischen Casenin direkter Kopplung ~ a der Durinschicht-Chromatographie. an with English abstract) Ge (i 1978)` 2 rm n ( 20 Planta Medic~ 34, 192- carbon dioxtde and nitrous o id f s ' x e or ' - ., , I . : --., . . ,. l . lk l pure a a oids, their salts, and their cor- mined Thc 1k 1 'd - "'"' • mam a a oi s of the fol- . + ~ ,lowing plants were selected: Areca, Cbi»a Colchicum Coni,rm E h d , , ,, p c ra J The extracti•on power of supercritical ' ' p g mc iana p ants was exa• -~ = --__.. -!-- --1!n. au- IIpccaclranfia Nicoliana O iu R I 0 7 n 0 n 0 0 4 3.3 8 ,
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1 I , , L d2 17 - 0 0 u 0 u L 0 ..'FE (*~ •°;Z~ ~?3 't qorzolujed 1 =;0Zu:;Fu a~ au';~ooTu 30 >;a5~u.z~a lPu+3 aWx,).z.znOop) ` i?'J ~t ~'f.(Y'!)!?iTr^G3H r y . _ . s%..' ;JT . . EBLO ELZOS
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I , Kharaacb, t3oman Index to xeviewa, r.•y1.-posia voLU:--Sa, end rr,-n4• grr_'phs S.n oxnsnia ci:±:-.astry for tre pei iod 1940- 1960. Ca.-;iled and edited 'uy ica=an ::rwraic.a and Walter Wo1f and [siainu C, P. I:ortison. Iv~.w York, Pergnmn Preas, iR52e viii, 345 p. 29 cM0 gc3pC up to aatc by arsusst voic-y.:a. i
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50273 0761 +~,.TobacC.o.---Alkaloids---DQtsrmi.-iat ion. ' KobaahS3, Y. , U'~TMUCUiATIO:? {? ThE ACMOLCGiIES (P PYRIDIN^n AUD IJIi.0'PM p!Y CA3 CHRO:1'i^t OGRAPi;Y1, tV Y. Kohat3hi wA M. Watanabo. Photostat i"romt Nippoa Kcgakvt Zassbi ~ 3265-67 (IVa].)` - In J'apanasfl:'s ' ~,,-r' ~ ~,,:Q!
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l +aA ''eloYlco Rlt'ts oaomD 'C961 'M(in aIZ=S~d `~1Cbz tiuTP~f saoQ i
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.. . . ~ ..•2.: ;,; . . 0 7 t) 0n 4 0 4 3 S S f 502-73 0791 ~ TS *, Tobacco- A1knloids-~-Ptii,nngcology. - 221+U E _ o' Eulexi U. S. von (ed.) TOBACCO ALt',AWID6 AI•Ti) RELr.TED COMPOUIdDS. Proeecdi~~s of the Fourth International Symposium h31d at the Wenner-Gren Center Stockbolm* Februaxy 190540 1965 3'+6 pp. Pardes:on-.'.aciai1" I:cw York .-~ .,.. ,
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50273 0741 TOl(~~SOKr~~1C~~:It~hl~~"~RQ~IATQCRAPHY /TOBACCO--S*tOKE--ALKALOI DS / - TOI3ACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO St•{OKE--ALKAi.OIDS/ 75 IX Co RJR CLASS NO. PA:•H'HLET 75 iX Co ,,t t { Itiiiailo:•ici, I. ; Constantinescu, T. (Institutu'_.Cercetare, Bucuresti, Ron.) tiEarete.)* Bucharest _ '• Ind. A1i*.r.ent. 20 (No. 3) 135-37 (1969) (in Romanian with EnEiish abstract; *Keywords:* nicotine, scioke, constituent. ~ a ON TKE SGCO:;DA.RY AL{CALOIDS TF..M`SFF:R FROM TOBACCO TO CIGARETTE SMOKE. *(Cu privire la trecerea alcaloizilor secundari din tutun in fumul de *1975, h'o, 3, W 492* *d* ~ Tobacco chemistry: Thht-lavcr chroniatoV.raphy svas used to dclcrminc the alkaloids prescnt in tobacco t~nd tohacco sm~~kc can~tencalc using cign- rctlcs madv from norma{ Durlrv and a • conversion • 13urlc}•, strain C (Com•crting nicotinc into nornicotinc). Thc majur I+ortion of the sccua.tarv alka{oidc %~~as dcstrovrd during the smoking proccss, but IarFc amounts of nicotine, which i's more 'resistant, passed Into smoke. The tested v conversion • varictics showed that conversion of n:cotinc into secondary alkaloids did not affect the tastc when smokcd,• so thev could be used in the production or cigarctlcs to rcducc nicotine In smoke. 0 7 n 0 c1 0 0 4 3.0 S , t :
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I , b I g d 0 0 u U u L 0 - <'k o9r~!:~cirr~ rcr - (F~T} •c7Wcr41L;i ON Pi.'M 4L:;itFq9C?2 •il jC;w~ ~:; .X !;^ 1:.4~.:~`t.:':~': li,i:iJc~•l:: :± ~~_.r<J~~~ 50 SISXIZ • , . T O~{ C:itlQ~ii 'ul !uoT3ysocbuooaa--spTote1TY--,Poov toS '0 OCio £i 4 11~~-y.T Y . ... } ~w~ ,~•~i . r' O+ ~~ :.l' 1 .. ~.:i4ktfe~y~7.sR'R~~ti:'t~~.:/~~..`f~~',~}'.tt. , ~ _. ' . .. ~ . . . t • .y .. r. u~~ ~i .+.f ~' :A . .~1~...w..~.. '~1'~ I~.s ' ~ ~. •= L
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i{I;.! 1%WL .~ _.~,... Toba.cco--Alka1 oids----Paper a)ircwnato€rar)1~Y, v. 1 . Hq, IINIDDJCH DL`rt PtLPT3;cIII20E,,.ATOG?tApftIE. BAlm I. CIRtTIJDLIlGL•qt U2iD TDCIiJa$. (lia2xibook of Papor Chronatc~a p'uy. Vol. I. Ihndc~ayontala w~d Tcjchnicrila•)~ ty I. tf. EIa~ a3~d K. Hacec, 1958 860 p. VfZ Gut:Lav Ficatsor YErTenat I
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~ 50273 0793;f., .'-.~. f ai;:. , t ~_`~ ~ . 1 , ~ . i+I3tti1$, M, THE Ltir.3AL i}DSE, PiiESSO: EriEC-T AIND IZiTEE'i'l2M ACrIViTY OF SD:•M PYXROLTDILI: tra SUflSTITVTED t74:tNICnTIIdE DLRIVATIVES, by M. Z,cttila and A. Vartiairecs.o 0 7 0 on4a43 S 7 , 1
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1: 5 £ d 0 U u U U L 0 4 . f ~SS .. i 4m2mvM4, ~1LV ~r\Iu~ ~w (`.-l//. ~ry.C' ~!~ (*! " .c} ci so~croF~g f ~.VLy~iffi~~V tS~WdI~A~aR:~(~ Go Sl1'1.:.[( ~I w~l:I1.'1Vct;~ Sal0'TV'.l;iv ai0 alTnw °PI °tiauvAx Az ^ •.Ryde.x:?o~e~~o.r~{3 ~e c~~--spzoTB~~Y--o~oeqoy `.~ XI 1 , ;; ,6BL0 FLZOS ~ ~~ =
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50273 0795 ::. .-...~._P. i t -7 , 'fobacco--Alkaioids--1'harnacology.` J Spector, William S ed. Handbook of toxicology. Prepared under the direction of the Committee on the Ilandbool: of Biological Data, Divi- sion of Biology and Agriculture, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Research Council. Philadelphia, Saunders t`1J56-,' ~ L v. 28 cm. Includes bibliographical references. CoNTiNTS.--V. 1. Acute to=lcilies of solids, liqnids and gases to laboratory animals. yoL. II. Antibiotics 1. Toricology. r. Tftle. RA1211.S62 Library of Congress 615.9 15tIk101- - 56-076 , .. s , - : ~. .. _~ .-..,... .- _ 0 7 0 on a0 43 5 9 I
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oF,Tobi~46.~'-Alkaloidt==E2eotrophoresia Fari a, R. E'.£CTPOFH03rSZ Mg ALOALOT.r?sS (E1oct,rophoros:g cr Alkaloid::.): b.7 R. Nrio and G. Feunrba (Faculto ds Pt:arr.acio do Pb:is, Loboratoi:o do ~eticrL mdics7.o.) XVXII° Co1ae:ss Xntsrr.otioral d33 Sciescaa Riarrr.acouLiq;:os, Lr=elloa, 1953. Zlotostot frow J. F'Sarrr. F~~1g:qu3 )/, (r:o. 1-: % 15-21 (Jcn,:.P.ry-Fobru.n:,+ 7.4;9)
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...n•, .'..- . • s* Tobecco--AUsaloids-Myaical end chemical..-, ~ properties. ~ _ Sp(~ibllr w FT1.LJ..LB-A S. ;IArUBCUK" Cr B=_Ot,cGrCA, r.•ATr„ ].9, G 584 p. H. S!. "Saunc'crs Coe Pri31a djolpbia I
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~~;Tobscco.--Alkaloids--rbper chroinatography. Y~trik3.o C. TAL'AK-AIIALYTI.`C UiiTc.R !3RSOIIDr.'ti:R BERIICKSICiiTGUilG DCR PAPE-RCM01'L1i0GRaFYiZ~t,' LER AhKAL02DZ r. (AnalyticSal ccethods usod in the tobacco indust:y with speeiaJl o#`.4sis of the papnr cnroaatogrspnq of alioloicis.) Reprint frow MQ NahrunG I (tr'o. 2) 111,-25 (1957) - Xn Cmraian with English sumnary. I 3 t , 1
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(09-5T) 0£9£ (2 •oN) br,,'ir VZ.":R~O seae AzB-..~ct:j tCJFt,-ua jo.d •,;oomanr ul - (a561) aE-szs 02; (ucdur) iqso,az n:;l,2T,xrc,rox aoadTH eax43 Y,noo;,ovj ':,"uzo0lmaxa ;:,PJ ai'I2VX0'•.db`a Isa11IbLtai.:Q ol1P13u 'r I,OirF m S3Ijmd0m wOL°JCIp0t•StiIVlki f'_oo~Bqoy ; ~ • lWoTo aVa.rM{d--s PTOT" :~;:r...... - ..~~. -.~~ .
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.-f ,,.._ . c o?non 6 0 4 3 6 2 , , :t, . . . • ... _. .- ., . . s ;. Tobacco--Alkaloids--Pharrnacology. ~ ~ai~T1:Zy r~ Zu Nc;Uvalles dannoos cor.c4r:v3nt lee: rnl.atf.or.c c,A•re ie ctructare chS.r.iiqt'.o ot 1'ric+icn ph,-.r;a3•- ue, :: 4 `t' ~aL.E~: Q• \FBC{C"l1 crfp x93~).
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:~'7obaccQ--Alkaloids--PharmacoloS}r# Nande, C. P. ?11E PRODUCTIOx OF aICOTItiC SULPHA1'E Fi30H SOU?N AFRICAN S:dSTR TpgACCO. Union South Africa Dept. ASt, Sci. gull. Noo 278. 1947 12 8 p.
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50273 0773 ' ' TOBACCO--1iREEflIf~~;--ALfvILOID CnNTENT/ . TOBACCO--G ENETICS --ALKALOIDS/TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--DETERMMTION/ C1lROt1ATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TORACCO ALKALOIr)S/ Sisson, V. A,; Saunuers J Ri;t CLASS NO. PAt>PHLET VI To 79 S, P. ~ A , . , VI To-79 (U• S, Uer, AEr,, ShA-AF, Tobacco Lab., Leltsville, *id,, 1t, S,) S,p, (~L•ALITATIVE AI~D t11tA'dTITATIh1; ~1I:;~,LOID SCFJ')r"I"iC OF T ~ iE LSnA T03ACC0 I`:TFO-- Dt'CTIO NS ':-l 1:TG!i PrfiFOW!,ti";CE LIQL'ID C;II;O`LITOCI:APlIY, ' " Tobacco Cteem. RL.s, Conf, 33rd ta . s pcs, Lexington, Ky. (Oct. 29-31, 1979; - (in fnGlish) ' _ _ germplaaa The Tobacco Introductiun (t.I.) collection offers a valuable souice of for breeding work to alter levels of certain chemical conatituents in tobacco les[ and smoke by genetic techniques. Procedures for the qualitative and quan- titative analysis of the majoc tobacco alkaloids using high performance liquid chromatography (HPLC) were developed and alkaloid profiles were determined for all entries in the t.I. collection. Dried cured leaves were ground and a 0.5 g sample extracted in sodium phosphate-citrate buffer (pH 6.O;aand filtered. The . filtrate was subjected to BpLC using a Water's u-Bondapak C column with a mobile phase of 40% methanol and 0.2% phosphoric acid buffered to pH 7.25 with triethylamine. The fout major alkaloids, nicotine, noraicotine, anabasine, and ' anatabine vere quantified. This technique can be used for alkaloid determina - tion on homogenized green leaves. HPLC when coupleoe with an automatic in]ector 1 is amenable to large sample.numbers as encountered in this screening or would oeeue in a breeding program. A wide array of alkaloid profiles were found among', the T.I. entries. The use of this germplasm for developing tobacco cultivar /is with a desirable alkaloid composition vill be discussed. ~ 0 7 0 0 0 t~p.0q3!4 y , 11 •7
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A VI i OUlIJ vOvq i bS ~~ T Ba --A1K t id --Pla ~C pI2 tolo O O S Il ~3 / CO P ~ l. y ~ . ~ C o FlOt}i69o Kurt .IT;,iil A;iT1C1E PfiZS1CI,OG7 CF ALKA.;~O-,DS. Phc+to from: J. Phsrnccy Pnermacol. 11, p. 193- 210 (1959)• 1
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N- :lobacco--Alkaloida--Synthesie, v. 15. Annual review of plant physiology. v. 1- 1950- • Yalo Alto (etc.) Calif., Annusl Reviews. v. 23 crs.
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S y£ d 0 tj U U 0 L 0 00 'i~ ~o a ~+S • ur~ {sQ:3Y~ ~.rt:cdir °: ?YOTl~aZC o.?.^.E'i:Od. MfL, :.IU 'Ir`Ji.^Ji~7~Si.f:o sli i :.L f',7 1.7 1 :'J ::G: r,'n^ 4K.'~~..~ ~ •~~c~et~~ Tvo~~uToxs~fc{~--$?TotBX~--o~o~;Aoy ;; 1080 ELZOS J
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M~,k, R. J. . 11Vi11IAT'uS AND .^:QXT;G QQ11L1iY 0: i OL-U'iCCO. CczNi'r=n L2;t. I. Fipt. MO~Q, rK~~~ \+~~C~ L~~~ 2D
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.a 76 VI Ch .. 50213 0800 2 TOBACCO--FLUE-CURED--C1IEMISTRY/~Q1~ACC(~-ALRAL6fbS~--PHYSIOLOGICAL CHEMIST$Y/is RJR CLASS N0. PAt1PHI,ET 76 VI Ch2 •Chaplin, J. F.;.h'eeks, W. W.• t (U. S. Dep. Ag., Agr. Res. Serv., Oxford Tobacco Res. i.ab., Oxford, N. C.; ~# N. C. State Univ:, Raleigh, N. C., U. S.) ASSOCIATION BETtdI:EN PERCENT TOTAL ALKALOIDS AND OT11ER•TRAITS IN FLUE-CURED • t: ,.. . . . " Crop Sci. 16 (No. 3) 416-418 (1976) (in English) - .•. .. . . . . ~*Keywords:* alkaloids, total, green, constituent; '~•'•= 'sugar, reducing, green, constituent; ~ ~• ' %nitroEen, total, green, constituent; ~ , chlorophyll, green, constituent. :
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~ 50273 0803 ' ~~"~OIDS"~p~NT9: ~~o1.6/SOLANACF.'1E, Vo1.6/' l QK lNICOTINE--CHEMOTAXONOMY, Vo1.6/NICOTINE--PLA.*IT4, Vo1.6! 81973 CliEYaTAXOt;OMY OF PLANTS. NICOTIANA--BOTANY, Vo1.6/ t CHEMOTAXO\TOMIE 'DEIt PFLANZEN :- ~ Eine (;becsicht uber die Verbreitung und die s?'stematische Bedcutunb R. f! EGNAU E R der PAanzenstoffe Peofessoefijr expcrimencclle PAanzcns.-scemuik BAND 6, .n dcc L:nicersic5t Leiden, Holland Dicotykdoneae: Rajl7u:'cttat - Z)3opbyllattat CREMIC.IL SERIES VOL. 21 1971 CHL.~IISCHE REIHE* B.,k ND 21 BIRKHIUSER VERLAG BASEL LEHRBCCHER L'1D MONOGR.IPHIEN UND STUTTGART AUS DEM GL•Ii1ETE DER EXAKTEN \VISSL•NSCH.%FTEAi .-...r•. 0 7 n 0n 0 0 q 3 6 7 , ,
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0000caLa Cl 4r.=!~smIcj •g •n to,G1c 4M 'd gC ydJ 'd.tvG '-co,d +ozavy 4sa€-Cv ao '^,.do0 •g •Q •I'Tc=Oa •s °~s pm ppo OZ 6.7 atrTj.;'rao ~{l l3j 6moS $Z *x rG~vl :u 9eQJOSIQ Q:I'd M"3J'~.;Ovh' 0 5mGtlia LTIC'dVM .'l .y tm,*s • uoX ~r~u~cr:cv~~--aP~Fot~xT~l-"'o~or.qot, c 69L0 ELZOS
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~ 50273 0813 )\ORNICiOTINE--SYNTIIESIS/ANABASINE--SYNTHESIS/TQBACCO~-ALKALOIDS~--SYNTHESIS/ 78 ZII Ng TINE AND English) Nguyen, T. L,; Cast noli, (Univ. Calif., Dep/ Pharm. . . . •~: . . . . . . , RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XII Ng N., Jr. Chem., Sch. Pharm., San Francisco, Calif.,U.S.) THE SYNTHESES OFOEUTERIUM LABELLED TOBACCO ALKALOIDS. NICOTINE, COTININE. Jour. Labelled Compd. Radiopharm. 14 (No. 6) 919-934 (1978) I A variety of deuterium labelled tobacco alkaloids ~ has been prepared for metabolic studies. Reduction of myosmine with sodium borodeuteride provided nornicotine- 2'-d,. Myosmine also underwent smooth base catalyzed exchange with deuterium oxide to myosmine-3',3'-d2 ~ which could be reduced to nornicotine-3',3'-d2 and ~ nornicotine-2',3',3'-d3. Thus avenues to nicotine ~ alkaloids labelled at CZ, and/or C3, have been estab- ~ (in NORNICO- 07 o .o.no04377
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t'3olante, Fl.otro JL T.LF?OP.TO POLIFLiiOLZ-tJ.ChLOiTiI hci.LA IiICOT_IAt11. T.iE:Ctl`t-ICOTA FI:ELItiO.~^E (::c•IatiousliiF L-eCwcen po?Sphcnu!s ErA aliwioids in Itiicotianrz tbbacm - prelininai4f notes) E:nn. Fac. Sci. AEr. lrniv. Studi tortici 10 169-74 (1964-65) - in lta1.i;,n
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50273 0775 TOBACCO--ALKALOII2S--BIOf:P:NESIS/TOBACCO-=ALKALOIP.S_-DETERMINATION/ NICOTINE--BIOSYN`£IIESIS/NICOTINE--DI:TI:RDtINATION/ RJR CLASS N9. PAMPJiLET 77 VI Ta Tabata, M.; Iiiraoka, N. (Kyoto Univ., Fac. Pharm. Sci., Kyoto,4"Jap.) VARIATION OF ALKALOID PRODUCTIUN IN ICOTIANA'P,USTICA CALLUS CULTURES. Pilysiol. Plant. 38, 19-23 (1976) (in English) *Keywords:* nicotine, green, constituent; 2,4-D, tobacco, additive; kinetin, tobacco, addi.tive. Cullum culturr% have Ikcrt c.t:rhli.hcd frant Ihc sccd, nkri :um Ic;tf af IYilufiunu nntic'u l.. v:U. Ir!(I\iIf(I 111 J'\ynII1Cl{1: nllthUnl l•(qIL'un ~~ ing I/f,tif 2.4 D and I 1(A1 { inclin. 'I'ftcsc callus tixeucs hrhavcJ ~ similarly not only in Enrwlh and nrg:rnog..ncsis but abo in niculinc prtxlutliun. Thc niculinc contrnlz uf c:Jlus cullures, which wrrr in + the urtlcr itf0.25-O.Sti'ti, uf dry ucibhl during a rcw pa%ral;c..ubsc 1 qucnl lu callus inJuaittn. r:y.iJly derrca.cd lu Irurc arnuunlc in succrcJing .uhrultnres in a"s.rx_iulimn wilh Ihc Jrclinc uf lhc rrKN ( ~ rcgcncrating :rctivily. On Ihr uthcr h~rid, i'rcc rclli prcp:irrJ fnrm n {~ callux I;sxuc in thc third pacs;rl;c dcvclupcJ into individual clunc. }~ I showing w iJc Jiflcrenccs in •ruN1h • r 1 ' t' • I I t t n t O r l, a rcu u ~ pnx u~Uun. nruf ; r i lhcse chmcs gavc risc lu a rclaliv.ly .tabic strain which is capnblc af 1; t I pnxlucing niculinc at a high ralc (0.2tJ7b uf dry wt:ighl) in thc I( abscncc uf url::roit:rtiun. 'lltc .il:nilic:rntr uf Ihrsc findinl;s i% di. +r ~ s cuzxtl in cunncrliun wills atmc rc.ults which havc Ikcn rclxrrlcd ~t ~ fot uthcr callus cullurrs uf A'icwiun(r slxcics 0 7 n o n 0 U 4 3 3 9 ,
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v. Sargent (E. 11.) and Company. Bibliography of polarographic literatura, 1922-1955. Chicago 1°1956, 192 D. 28 cm. 1. Polarograph and polarograpby-Blbl. Z5524.E36S32 1956 !"' A 016.5453 57-787 j
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A.i~.{M11+-: R '44 Ipi . v -.. . . . .- . _ , . . .,,~:; :. 50273 w8pj5 I r~:?. QK !J -' ~...~ -. . . S . i' Tobscco--A1I:aloids---Plants--Formation, v. 3. r Hegnauer, R. ChE.'i0TAX0N0:•iIE DER PI•L!1NZE*1. v. • 19G2- Birkhauaer Vc'rlag Basol und Stuttgart o7nonoo.43'6 9 , ,
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A CD 271 Tobacco=-hlka1oids•-Thin-layer T chrocatography. - ZYute:rs E. Ver63A T'd YtI 1' IIZ4 CKttGN.ATOG.itAFiiY. 1963 7:h- p. Clcaver•1ima Preee i.td. Londoa
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a:..- . . - +' t r 1 50273 0809 vii .. Tobacco--Alkaloids--Relationship_between _ L , { 16 g-s• zeediings in cnature plant. ~ ~ _1 .`.'._,1 V- - rf~~ c.a, t o I tAT t.'1:~ L~Ta~a4a.~i • ~.`U!~~ r o. ~ct~Ir~~ ~o:~~c~, by E. Z, ,1~orr, G, r., C:.ym ar.3 :;, T, Poca:.2 ~'• C. SSRLR Q~ th2 L~i1~V. Oi '' ° 1. ~;e i':~-l:~! Ca:'rilttta t! L-jrint ..=r9es ANO0 159. Tabacco S.f. 7s :ii,qi-5 TC1~'L~r•~ /f! r• •1 Rcpr. into • ~ V11 0 7~ 4 n o 0 4 37 3
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50273 0797. - -' ~- -J . ....:..~:.....,....e.},::_.~ hICOi'INE--CIIEMIR; RY/ TOBACCO~-RTICALOI bS==P11Aff LAC3LOC:' /N I CJT I NE--PHAP?4ACOLC)CY / ,,.~-r..-•-+si-~,s~.....-~-.--. .. ~...,t.:.-.r...~.. •.•-+..-...,......_~ .~.-.r~ -.....--.. . -- ,-T RJR CLASS NO. I~tL~D.'HLLP 73 ~\ JTe Testa, B.; Jenner, P. (Un{versity London, Chelsea Coll., Dep. Pt:arn., London, Gt. Brit. C? rCL'LAR DTC::.°.OIC D:;TE?_`:i:::1TI0^1 OF THE FRF.rEF.REU CO::FOi:::n~I _1:: 1.1F F-';D fiELAT'ED C`iI"r'.AL ALKA:.OIDS IN AQI:EOUS SOLL7I0':. Molec. PSarn. 9(ao. 1) 10-16 (1973) (in English) i ~* q ~ f. ~~ '~ O 7 ~, W <<? 4 ~ c'y .II 7:.i~ , i
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W:,TobqccpwWAlkoluida--Toxi6itieia.. ; f Spector, William S ed. ' Handbook of toxicology. Prepared under the direction of the Committee on the Iloindbook of Biological Data, Divi- sion of Biology and Agriculture, the National Academy of Sciences, the National Research Council. Philadelphia, Saunders j°1956-1"7 a.. 2$cn8 Includes bibliographical referencea. CJoxTa:vTe.-v. 1. Acute toxicities of solids, liquids and gaxa to labcratoryanimals. Vol. I~. Antibiotics. 1. Tozicology. r. Tltle. RA1211.S62 ~ 615.9 56-69?6 Library of Congress 156k1oj
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W.TobaccO--A1kalpids-,7Therntial decomposition j Kob.ahi, Yuauke STUDIES ON 1'1tE T11fx.~SAL DZCA`:PMITION OF TOBACCO Ai.KAtAIRS (IY). THE COt;BUSTION TFM• PEHATURE, CUMUSTI3ILI?Y, AND .L'40UPtT OF NIC(7TItiE TRA'3SFEtF.ED TO THE SMO?;E OF FQ:rEICN- MADE CICARCTTES, by I'usu3cQ Knbecfii ss~d Soichi Sakeguchi. - Nippon Srnbei Kos.'ua Cr.uo Kentrywao ICenkyu Kokoku 102, 10-12 (11060) - enalfeh tran.+- Itition from the Jap
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E U. S. vcn (ed.) TOBACCO F.I.KALGIDS AND REU,T:.D Proceedinas of the Fourth I.nt:eruational Sy,nosi•.um held at the k'enner-Sren Center Stoc:caolm, Febzv=xy 110'4. 1965 346 rpa Yer6°m•oa-:=.3c;ji-,.n ?tPu York 0 7 tl 0 c1 0 0 4 3 7 1
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r~ ,k5027 0811 3 0 7 n n n n o 4 3 7 5. , , r 'r ;-,-r7 i_.. S '~Y'Tobacco~=-Alkaloids=-Sebaration SLPARAiTON ANJ ESTTVt:,'TOt3 G: ~':;";:CCO ALEI.C,OTi:: ~ F?.FuR CNIRW:ziOGivAF'rIY, r P'notocta•t frtrat C•,zrrant Sc3. 21 (h;,. 5) 1gfj-A'3ry 1 (1g'?p)
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~ ; 7bbFiCt'o=:=A11er€y.` , Harris, Maurice Coleman, 1899- ' Practical allergy, by M. Coleman Ilnrris and Norman Shure. Philadelphia, F. A. Davis Co. t19;,i t 471 p. illus. 24 cm. • Includes bibliography. 1. Allergy. RC5s1.I I3G i. Shure, Norman, 1007- joint author. Lthrary of Cone ess 0 7 0 ~ n ~ 0 4~~ 7 0 RC1G.97 615.37 57-130G1 I 17, _. i I
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~ ~a ~. ....~~_;:.. ,... 50273 0821 73 VII F.e-73 ~OEAC~4r h .. P:- ,~~~~~VARTABIi,I~Y/TOBACC0--3~PPING/ - •-~ . - - . -,_. .-.. , .. ..; ~.. .,~.-... -s , ~, . TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE/ RJR CL P.~:TIILET 73-VII R SS NO ~ k- . e _7~ 1'allace, A. ; Smiley, J. Ii. ; Atkinson, 14. 0. . • ~:(no afi~1.);; , t }:1'Yi:CTS 0F 1'l',1: OF TOPPING AI7D TT~SE OF HAR~'F.S TST f.FTER TOPPING O:I YILLD, ~ V:.LSJE AN!) T:)Tt.}, ALKe1LUTI) CO;:TE\T Ui•',,,ls.U},LEY TOFACCO. ~ %' Tobacco Vorl:er;. Conf.; 25th, pape.r, Ilarnilton, 4nt., Czn. (1973) (in E 1i n -t h) :: ~. , ~. . , { c ~ I i ~ ~ . ; ::1973, ;;o. ]-S, hl 7089* ;`•d': i i.ct.] ture: To:~ :cco agl' t . ~ -. . . _ -~. .. - - -- , 0. 10 0 n 0 0 4'3 85 , , , i
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?E~:l-:A- ~ a."A '"r't'"if,-~ r ' . . 50273 0820 . . . . . . .. .. .. . . _ . . ~ ~;.1`obacco~==Alkaloids- Variability,} Shmuk, A. THE VARIABILITY OF THE ALKALOID COI:P1EX IN HYBItI"L'S OF SENZML VARIEri'IEa OF IdICG~TIAiIA by A. Shmiu and rt, Khmura. . From: Bull. Anpl. Bot. Genetics, Plant Breeding (USSB) Ser. A. U 111-21 (1935). 0 7 0 0 n Cf 0 4~ R 4 G
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~` =,50273.0816 o . t'Yf . 0 70 0 n o n 4 3 R n , . 'I TItANSLATIOaS - ~ o .... :.. ~r~-......._ . . .. .. .. . . . . . . , Toba_. .%cco.. --Alkalo ,.ids--'rhermal decocuposition .iaL`aa'.,N',~ Oa THE al;F?i'3.171. OF .. ....~,; , -., "SffdACCO A-L:ALGIJa. V. lHr'. . ^r.~.r.~ M,.~yr r. r :~• ^ n^ CYa.: ^:''; i~T~?w1 r. ~ ~. -.,.r.Z.ti :o til'dxcii nxc.Alcli::: 1zAS Ea;a «i:Ljj,, : y k~: uc:o Kobttahi tflnr: Soic:z3 S;:~uci i. I'uj>pOt1 No':7trs 'M. 13w15 (1960) - rxK,x#vh tY.inz'atat+.on av.z th;: Tn7'rt::t*e. ~ .~ ~
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~ 50273 0825 TORACCO--HISTORY--RF.VIEW/TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/TOBACCO--REVILIJ/ . SMOKING AND HEALTH /TOBACCO--PRICE SUPPORT/TnBACCO=~-ALL4T.4FNTS/ 78 XI Br R3R CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Br Bradford, G. L.; Infanger, C. L. (Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky., U. S.) THE TOBACCO INDUSTRY AND HEALTH: UNDERSTANDING A CONTRADICTION. Intellect 106 (No. 2393) 318--21 (1978) (in English) ~rhe U.S. government ~. ',the production of tobacco, is simultaneously ibut; is inconsistency, in ,suhj~orting and disdaining this case, such a sin? / Q 7 0 0,o 0 0 4 3 8 9 r,. , i
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Bradford, Garaett L. OPTL`RfM TOILACCO YIELD AND :d/1RKEiII:G STRATEGII:S UNDER POl3t.'DA.GE QJOTAS AS COMPARED WTTII ACREAGki Ai,LQT: X'.VtS (UaiveYOity of Kentucky, Co21. Agr., Agr. Facp. Ste. , Dap. Agr. Er.oa. , Re+9. Rop. 7) 1970 14 aSas Unlvereity of Kmatncky ~ ;iagtoa, Ky. i
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Toba'c*co--A1lotaent Gricae, Varnar M. ATJ APIA.LYSIS OF TtiE EFFECT OF SZL:C'PED ECONOMIC W.RxASLES ON T13E OPTIHU?i LOCATION Ol? DURUY TOHACCO PRODUCTION WITHIN Tt1S DURLb'Y }3ELT, by Verunr N. Grise, Jelaes Y. ThcnipRou nnd Fr.;d E. Justuc, Jr. (Univeraity of 's:ontucky, Coll. I4;r., l:fir. Up. Stn., Dep. Agr. Econ., Rea. Rep. S) 1971 UniverAity of 1:Eatuclc}r 55 Pnges Lct-Aingtcs, Ky. .. . _ . . .~ e".,~.~'ri~.:.,. , . . Q 7~ 0 n~ 0 4 3 9 1 ~
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N. C. Departmant of Agriculture VORTH MOLLhA T0BACC0 mixORT, 1970-71 (y. C. Depart,~ac+.at of Agriculture Bulletin No. 203) 1971 31 Pages RaleiRh, *t. C. : ,
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50273 0826 TOBACCO--FLUE-CURED--GEORGIA/ $QBACCQ~=ALLQTMVNT/TOBA . . - - CCO--GI:ORGIA/ - 79 . XI Ca -- TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE--LAND-RENTAL/~-' ~^~OBACCO--EC0N0aICS/... _ _ : _, . ::.. RJR CLASS NO. PA."1I'HLET 79 XI Ca Carley D H . , . Ga. Agr. Exp. Sta. 1978 (No. 220) 5-36 (1978) (in English) FARM RENTAL PRACTICES IN SOUTH GEORGIA WITH E;iPI1.4SIS ON t PEl~NUTS AND . .. /.. TOBACCO. .~ (Univ. Ga., Coll. Agr. Exp.. Sta'., Georgia Sta., Ga., U. S"-r f u ; tnfluncmb a n con r~ _ c - '-___,_~-__ ~..._.--- _. _.__--~---- ( pre a i i g ~ • tin~ to va1ious levels of rental r:~tes.'• ' d tb ~ structure of the rental market and types of rental activity, to determine v'1'n r,ntal rates and variability in rates, and to anal ze factors Rental of land, allotments, and quota is an important activity of GcorSia ~ agriculture. The rental market thou~h is imperfect with quite variable +++ rates and arrangements. Objectives of this study were to determine the 0 7 0 0 0 0 0 4 S 9 A 0 . 1
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~., Tobacca-•Alkaioids•-Thermal aecomposition.. , STi1^uIE" SS Ci 7I1F: "1TERP:.e B:(::Y::PCSITF.C':? OF TG3.A .CCr3 RL.~F~LOXUS. II. It.F'LL`r',I:wE OF 1J~)ISYL~E C!`:is:'I:: Cx' CIG•'•`;r~i.i:S C: C!?'" TCti T~i?E At:O AWY-1IT G.F tJICJrLt:E i?.r121S."rNREC x2rY0 CIGA• RE'r'Ii: St?Oi:E, by SwWiZuchij; ar_t tQ1ppan °~^."t~ai f:osR--A C<itx+ IM::::~~~::?ao Kc-T~'r.~s Iirokol:u 1(l2, f.-9 C19G.7}- En^Liah tzr.nt:lrtion fxKr.+.t tZ:+e Sr:gri3?^:: a. ,`, b 4 3 7 8 i I
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TOBACCO_ --U. S./t,ORBYING/ ~ 50273 0831 •79 XI :To r' RJR CLASS N0, PAMPHLET 79 XI To Tobacco Associetes, Washington, D. C:, U. S. TOBACCO PRODUCING COUNTIES OF THE UNITED STATES AND THEIR~ONCRESSIONAL ; REPRESEttTATION, 1979. - Table; ' • Tobacco Assoc.,~Washington, D, C., variously paged (1979) (in English) • ~ D 7 n 0 n n 0 4 3 9 S .•. .~ •. ~~t ..~ . .'~.' .. ..'T~~ i. ~ ~ .. "....:'.. ` 1'. ' . . "... , I
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:E: Tobacco--Alkaloids--Pharmacology. Ter.a Z:ur.:z,p GaLi,arrco . ETTUAaa,S SWRE '$I. TAMLO: LAG P.IIr'ATiCf!'~""sa. -FAM.OJZC•Iat Y SCinCUT.~."r'511. (&i.tosattue revieu on the r'r.: x--f-3, o2.o4;y arsd tac3 coloa of fi-O:+acco n1heloidas. ) Ara Phc.-maceutic: 4 (No. 2) 133-48 (Aaxil 1963) ~ 7ti upanish l-"---T -+ i
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;~. . I , 4-78 •. ' RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Un B4-78 U. S. Department Agriculture, Agricultural Stabilization Conservation Service, Tobacco Peanut Division, Washington, D. C., U. S. 50273 0832 -1 . .. . _ . -- . . ~.:... :TOBACCO:_~LOT`ffiNT/; . . XI UnB . . .. . ..• . . , TOBACCO: ALLOTED BY COUNTIES AND BY KINDS. 1977. - Tables. U. S. Dep. Agr., Agr. Stabiliz. Conserv. Serv., Tobacco Peanut Div., ~ Washington, D. C., paper, 17 p. (1977) (in English) 3 I 4_ tt t3'~~0 Q•: 3 9 6. / !
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- 3 . XI L'' Tobacco-•-Allotanont,' i UnB4 . Ititva LSxs St2wf U S . . ~ i'L'':!, DS.t'., A{.:--16-T=:V JiY STf1V,a 7.n'.D LiY 6 IP. JuLy ::;,2 U, :~.. L`znt. c:: l.,;:icul%tt:,r. EJ.is::fo4P,on t 0 7 C1 0 ~ o 0 4 3 9 7
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80 XI K1 PAMPNLET $0 Xi K1 ~ ~ i• 50273 0878 ~;_,T0}3ACC0,; LOTMENT / TOBAC C0.-RURLEY / NO. RJR CLASS Klindt, T. U.'; Keller, L. '1: (Univ, Tenn „ Dep,,Agp..Ecc... Rural Sociol., Knoxville, Tenn.,'U. S.) COUNTY ECONOMICS OF ALLOWING INTRASTATE SELECTE . ESTIMATED IMPACT ON ~' Tenri, Farm, Home Sci, 1979 (No. 111) 5-8 (1979) (in English) i AND INTERSTATE LEASING OF BURLEY TOBACCO QUOTAS. . ucaa sLuur rwuus snow waL poncy ir . ~-------• - • ould do so most profitably h decisions directed toward specific groups or commodities can have far- ~ ~ reaching distributive effects. Many out- side ~ side the target group can have a vested interest in the development of policy. t t such modifications. tMost would agree that from the per- '-' spective of overall resource allocation, t ~ efficiency would be served by modif in ~; • . - - . '~ ~ ~ N,'. . .~ - .~- ,ph ,tinav ynroductlon bv J o c those w ~ and hence would be willing fo outbid I others for allotment lcases. However, not ~ everyone would be a net gaine i
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50273 0829 TS 2240 Ma 1971 TOBACCO--ECONOMI CS /TOBACCO---HI STOltl'--REVIC4J/ TOBACCO--LEGISLATION/TOBACCO--Al.LOTMEh'T/ Harvard Universit,y--Dissertations/ RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Ma 1972 Mann, C. K. (Harvard l'.n.iv., Cambrid ;e, 'Sass., U. S.) TASTE, TEC :NO:.OGY A.\n GOVERN?IENT: THE CASE OF T03ACCO. Harvard Univ., Ph.D. Thesis, 219 p. (Feb. 1971) (in English) \
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j.: F M 12 24 0 50273 0838 T Ix : Tobeccoy-Almanac. .' T0ba k7.of 4hnr; 1iG'N0.^,I'iAi:iV. IE3 s^!~t~dR3. 2e I.].maTklch - Dio Ta~~.zcitwng. ( TobA cco rloncgra ph.) 1T57-61 512 p, 1957 Thb*akz©ittuig j'binZ, German,qq A so;ai•populur collection of articles tobacco econovdcs, mimuacicurinyp etae (In C-orm2n with Englirsh sutxmrics.) , I
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50273 0840 sush, L. P. VOhATYLE rITPJJC1ai0US BASGS AN9 ALIPiilLTZC SECO~.Jt.RY AMI'sF.S OF l3URL8Y TOF.ACCO: by L. P. I:uiah, J, 1:, S{--• sad W. 0. Atkiueou Cr.z. Jour. Plant S-2g. 50 (No. 3) 28s-94, (tlay, 1970) , i ;
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AMINO ACIDS--TOBACCO/ 50273 0847 TOBACCO--AMINO ACIDS/ •. R?R CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76VI Ni , 76 VI Ni Nippon Shokubutsu Byori Cakkaiko ' I CHANCES IN FREE AMINO ACID LEVEL OF TOBACCO LEAVES.TREATED WITH NUAZONIC ACID. ' S, _ . ' Nippon Shokubutsu Byori Cakkaiko 39 (No. 2) 176 (1973) (in Chinese) ; *Keywords:* tenuazonic acid, tobacco, additive; amino acids, green, constituent. P l .. • i.qf...-r , 07 n 0 n o ~ 4 4 i
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50273 0839'" 'Tobacecr ti3ternaria. longipes see Tobacco--Brown spot o 7 n o n a a 4 4 0 3 i !
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SMOKING AND HEALTH/TOBACCO--CONSUMPTION/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEALTH EFFEC / TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/TOBACCO--PRICES/TOBACCO--ACREAGE/TOBACCO--ALLOTMENT,~/ TOBACCO--EXPORTS/TOBACCO--IMPORTS/TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE & TRADE--WORLD/ 81 X1 Un • TOBACCO--ADVERTISING/CIGARETTES--PRICES/TOBACCO--TAXATION--U. S./ . . . I\a•L 1. r7m0On ~7Bfyy7. ~ ~ . ., `~~.. VxnN CA .~f110~10 1 {~/ ' ,~ Q Y ~4 J :~TY rx • r .-y. 1• ._ .. ~ . . . : . ~ . 1 ry .. . . . . • . . ~ -r 3 ~ic°t !1r F / 94 9 -.-A %` J •ZY __ .ti.. . . . . .. ..~lrx4t, . S~ . ~ K f 1 -w
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ti 50273 0849 Srivastava, !4. Y. S. l(Yi)ROXYPROLI\'E CON7AINI::C CHRn'ATIN PROTEIl1S FROM TOJACCO CALLUS TISSUE Qiochm. ;iiophya. Rcs. Cornmun. 42 (No. 5) I357-61 (1970)
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r v +_rc, S r4a Pa7;M a r.!:r:;~ cu1 7 ^ ' s ~ :: - ^:; f~LL~T1~IftJTS. t;i11 w-i. ~ N3~ , 34uu£; f V irgf:•:I a 1• . .. . . , , . . _ . ... , . _. , . . .. ~.~,-- , .. . ,--!.i. .
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i , 0 U 00 b 0 U u 0 uz ~ _ -- - - "'2--'- - l y t•• (FS6T r,-7 •uo37 rizul •xnnr QPIti/ er .tl ":'VI't1 •zuanaeTTd--io**4qoZ ~~ £aM IX ~ .~ 9E 90 E [,L OS ., .. . . _. . _ ..,...,. , . . . .. . ,.. .... ... . ., .
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-50273 0851 TOBACCO-.-AMINO ACIDS/TOBACCO--CURING--CHEMICAL CHANGE/ 81 VI Ty . RJR CLASS NO: PAMPHLET 81 VI Ty Tyankova, L. (M. Popov. Inst., Plant Physiol., Bulg. Acad. Sci., Sofia, Bulg.) CONTENT OF PROLINE, FREE AMINO ACIDS, TOTAL AND PROTEIN NITROGEN, AND SUGARS AS A FUNCTION OF THE TIME AND DEGREE OF DRYING OF DETACHED TOBACCO LEAVES. Sov. Plant Physiol. 27, No. 4, 610-616 (1980) (in English) *Constituents too numerous to list* Detached leaves of tobacco (Nicotiana tabacum L.) were kept for 72 hr in dry (experiment) or moist (control petri dishes. The weight of the leaves was determined periodically, as was the content in them of f ree amino acids, total and protein nitrogen, and carbohydrates. The test leaves lost 40X of their original weight, including about 20% during the first 9 h of drying.... ...~ .. i-1.~~. 1 t / ` i •_: ~ ' 0 7 0 0 4 4 I 5 i i
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r 50273 0844 ; DISSEFtTATIONS--UNTVI'sF.S1TY OF Yi.l ;'UC?:Y/ TOBACCO•--Bi3RLEY--CiIRItdG/T023ACC0---CiiR7.Nv--CilEt-:ICAi CIIAt:GF/TOBACCO--PKOTEIIdS/ TOPACCO---EI12Yc1E AC'iiVI ['Y/:OBACCO~• AlSflIO AC7DS/T~%El.CCi~--AI,".:QNTA/ TOBACCO---ACIDS/TOBACCO--ivIT1LATES/ TCL:CCO--MALIC ACII)/ ILJR CL?i::S NO. TEX1'B00I; TS 2?1i0 Iia 1974 TS Hamiltoit, J. L. 2240 Ha (Univ. Ky., Lexin~,ton, Ky., U. S.) 1974 C!LUGES DURING CURINIG GF, liG'RLI:Y 10LAW). r Univ, Y.y,, Ph. D. TLesis, Lexington, Ky. 89 p. (1974) (in English) 4Keywords:* iaalic acid, c,Lyred, cunstituent; citric acid, cured, consti:uant; ~ enzymes, hydrolytlc, cured, constituent; amino acids, cured, constituent. I 4! n o n 0 0 4 4 0 8
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, -50273 0846 f_ Tobacoo"tUaLi.no aaf.ds,; Michael~ G: UBER DAS VM;aIALTIIJ ETNIGEct LE3EiISlTlCiiTIGER Ahff N06AUREN BEDi BIOLGC.ISClIE11 ABBAU IN YgSCN.Ir.'9EI1EtI PFLAIIZEV~ by G. Michael and P. Blume. Pt~tostat L=: ;Ar-ch, Tjererr~hry ,.5 (1955) 41-51. Q I
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73 0802 - a : ~~ • • e . 0 • 502 ~ ~ S 1 ..- ~. I - 76 X Ja HALLUCINOGI NS /1JICOTINF.--PHARAtACOLOGY /H~,RMAN/ - ' TOBACCO--SMOKE--CONSTITUENTS OF/,TO~ACC4--!ALKALOIDS,-=PHYSIOLOCICAL-CHEMISTR~;~ , ... , J ~ n RJP, CT.ASS NO. P112•1PHLET Jco~ r ani Jger. 0.: Dobkin. M. • ; ~, . . . . , J . (Univ. Calif., Sch. Med., Irvine, Calif.; Uni.v. Calif., Med. Anthropol. iog., San Francisco, Calif., U. S.) NIOOTIA*lA AN 11ALLUCINOCEN? " :•' lacon. Bot. 30 (No. 2) 149-51 (1976) (in Englis h) :_AKcywords:1% harman, smoke, constituent; : norharman, smoke, constituent; nicotine, s;aoke, constituent. 1iX4'e have questioned cl'c'i~ical ~oup, the ~3 car6olincs, in .vhich ..•h thcr s i f N; i c pcc cs o col a„a can said t beo possess hallucinogenic propcrtics because of scvcral closely rclatrd mcmbcrs with similar en b found i h avc c cs rmacological propcrt ~ 'recent findings that harmala alka]aids- ha 1928 i I i ; n rw ne: t hllucinoLenic Q~arm o bea harman and norharma h b n- ave cen isolated - from cured commcrcial tobaccos and th~ir 1'cnncS and lloch 1957; harmaline: tctra- i N h a- nc, arm smokc (scc Poindcxtcr 1962a, b; Trsta and liydroharmine and 6-rncthoxy . F ~ ran o. 1967)1 t a~ Tc s ~ sta 1965; Cuzin 1967). 73icy constitutc a __ ,. F . -------- • , . . . . _. - . , . . . . . O • 7 .. Cl . .0 '. n-- :.1C1 • ..0. : 4. , r - 5
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~ 50273 -0843 _ . _.......__ _.::_.. .. -r_.-_ _,`...~.i.... _ . _.._ = ._. . . .. _ . TORACCO--METABOLTSM/ . 78 VI Fa RJR CLASS NO. PA"!PHLET 78 VI Fa z. TOBACCO--AMIA'0 ACIPS/; :- • Fangmeier, N.; Leistner (Institut Pharmazeutische Biol. Phvtochem. Munster) STUDIES ON CONVERSION 0F ,IPECOLIC ACID TO J3..TSINE IN NICOTIANA GLAPCA : AND NEUROSPORA-CROSSA. - Meeting abstract. *(UntersuchunSen zur Rolle der Pipecolinsaure im Lysinstoffwechsel von Nicotiana glauca tind reurospora crassa.)* . . - ' . - . Planta rtedica 33 (No. 3) '271 (1978) (in German - complete English translation available) ~' *Keywords:* 14C-D-phenylalanine, tobacco, additive; _ _ D-lysine, tobacco, additive. ! ~ Zhe r-inal onyl at ion is ~)c~:n as one of the nost impor:,ant rcactions ,in the D:Anino ricid ~r•etr;t~lisn of hi;;hu rlants (1,2). ~ Application of 14 -1::~biAcd D-phenyl-alanine has shown that this- - metabolic path cvccm•s a]so in )licotiana glauca. D-Lysl ne fcd to the .~ ~icoti ana pl rLnt did not, hoti~.cver, undergo a ;txansforniation in.the ^c•iise of N-acylaf.ion. It seass, that pipecolic ~ acid is the preferred inter~n)c-di,ite in D-1~'sine rnetal_*lism, 0'70 r1004407 \ , ,
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:: X~ , 50273 0841 , 47 0 0 n Ll 0. 4 4 0 5 , Yasumatsu, Norio STUDIES ON THE VOLATILE BASES IN TOBACCO. PART I. VO:.,AT.TlE A;tI,JES ZiI C'JAED LEA:'~;S U:D TOBACCO PLANT by Norio Yasumatsu and Snigeo Akaike Nippon Nogeo Kagnku Kaishi 39, 347-51 (1965) - in Japanese with English P-rrArv. 0
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v. DI1". DES FT'LAi+.?GieRTGM]S o r-c7t i - ~p Vei3n2r, Jultu3; -H. P.:-,r.ea; F. IJ. (1-tvu, Mattr:.;ilu of the Flar.: itt:lzl,A;-:~) 1+pr3.aF Von J. Craraer Wa.n„Ai-rn, GNr+t:Any
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~ 50273 0855 ~. - ~_. _.._. __...._......._~.. M.......... : v~. ~ a ,r% r A 4 matography. h ra C .~ . --- - Ba6 ~arr.^dnR, Fc,u;~i<<Q i'.~czMi~c~~ CRa?:4TOCi.kr-Is VOS MIr:a+cID'JS DOS rAR4cas. (Chraw-atogrf2lzy of AmSr,o Acfde of TobPCoo.) Arquiv. Port. SloquYmo t>, S5d73 (195911960) • Yn Portuguese. ~ 0 7 c~ o n o 0 4 4 1 9 , r f
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gea during Yo Tobacco--Amiuo.acids--Chatw flue.curing..-,: ) . ~a.t+~`~ Ycr.t-Mo.k t`t~'l.ru3 Cs. .L.~ 3,af TMC{,iQ dZXJJ:+1. OlZ11r., IIJi i~{/N1~s.J bi7 ri L/Jr+ riUR)1Vs FLnx'u & CfU Yi y8."iU1.. Mil;yo) ?~i 20rr-L1 EIr~'~j
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i' 50273 0861 . ' . . . . . . . . • ' ; - Tobacco:r-Amino acids.--detexn.ination.' . Pamphlet Ra-ti3rr skrao H. VI Pa !il]srA{nnl. i~itlryrt~.~!4t~.A~14 Af' 1~+0 ~.r~}.A _+Caf w w . ~,L 4 C+11• n• iRi~.Bi"iei.~li3 ~.• c-wl of QY,C%5t'1;';G CfiCfH13too!`ttpTl)'e 1ttJo t:avf;Ilo k!zricultwell F.T_;'OY'S"O+.tt• 5'G3tl.t!n ~%1. _^. s 21.; 'to..o Q~~~ 0 n cr 0 4 42 S 1 , I
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! 50273 0858 , Tobacco--Anin ,t.-,U1s--Determinat ion. 8urzadaa, Faustfne Henxiquca C40:'A't'o.?:^.l.~~IS i`OS DJS TAIkAC43. (Chroonutogzmptsy o. AmStus Acida of Z'ubscco. ) Arcuiv. noxt. CfAqu4m. 4, 55•73 (2959/1560) • In Fo:tuguese. 0 7 c~ 0 n c~ U 4 4 2 2 , , i
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_ , .,_ .. . _ - ~ 50273 0852 TORARCrTj-AMTM ArTnS/TnRArr•n--'qT1nARS/ TdRACro--rNF'4TnAT, nnmpnSITIn4~---!1rRn\nmY--RET.ATTrn!C•rTP/ -7G . 70 uI INFLUENCE OF TIIE FIIGIIER CONCENTRATION OF CERTAIN IONS T v AND OF pti ON THE CONTENT OF PROLINE, OF FREE AMINO ACIDS, AND OF SUGARS IN PICKED TOBACCO LEAVES L. Tyankuva, Z. Stoyanova (Submitted by Corresponding bfember Y. Milkovski on Marck 31, 1977) Beginning with the work done by K e m b 1 e a. M a c f e r s o n[ti, and later ~ on with that done by T a r c h e v s k i y[2J, proline (P) has been increasingly • , the object of attention by research workers. Nevertheless, the mechanism of its accumulation and the manner of its operation at the onset of unfavourable conditions has not been explained. 1'Jhat has been firmly established, however, is the positive correlation between drying[1-3• °'c•j, the effect of negative tempe- ratures ['- "'c•], and salinization of the soil [c- etc•), on the one hand, and the high concentration of free P 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 We .ce11. In this case it would be of interest to find out whether the plant would react in the same manner, i. e. whether there will be intensificatiun 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 the rise in ion concentration regardless of their character. The aini of the 0 7 (~ o npr~ent~tu~, wt~s tj clhify these questions. In order to provide a fuller cha- rac ens ic of the phenomenon studied, we investigated also thP changes in the /`nn4pnf nf 14ia .v~fnr nf 4hn n1..n1 nl n1 i~1 nrr n4 }t~1fra~omind~.aida t l
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.:, ~..:>:- .. . • _ ... . ~ .~ . 50273 -0818 ....._.~.~-- - ~:...-.~_. - - - -- -•,.~..y......_~....~._ :.Tobacco,.nik.loias--Topping } Axal, x--nco CNLAtwGE IN TiiE AL"JAID CCt:7EtzT OF TF3E TOBACCO PLAIs'r 1)L~+' I!'+V ITS GMMTI{ AilU F7.U.,~.r' CJ:.Lt ~i t:y 1Z:i:s.^o tx:.i. I:r.a.:r„so iaiax-o KS.saki, and Eitoau';.e 'iamsol;i. Nin--r,a Senb.`af. Koa.ha Cnw K<*nS^ :~•~o ~~nT:S~u l:okoku 1961 (::o. 103_ 45-49 (1961) - En-lish~'t:rn:1atfon fr.r7 Y;,c Jaqc;vu*. Y ry ~ 0~ 0 0 n 0 0 43 .R ? ; , i I ,
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::,,r:...~,-- -- ...._..__... - -- -- - -- =---- - ~...,r..:.....- ,. 2240 Tobacco- , -:~mino acids--Determination. ,., .-.. air.r ~ p . ._ . . . . ,. . ,, . ,F , Pyci k t, C. EItFAHRL1NtsEti US; :t DYE U+WTLP.SUCfiU."'GSK-EIY'dODIR DES TnaTS,, by c. ilyriki and R. .:u21e.. (Exiaerle-m.ea !n the Analytical Methnd for TcoacC-o Et-saearch. ) Die Nahxung 6(T:a. 2) I66-74 (1962) • In G~e..-tuUn with En,^,3ish e."-uary. , .1
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. ..i..:.,y ._ ~ ... .. ,. ~:. '..~ ?~>3i.f~ L~15r1 ~'9WwwP NON oifv oNCq%4) tCQt:4'ds vaA N0:(.1'J,SQdUM. S(K?R'T9091t1V 'Wt Nt S1.Ski?J1N0D '`'D 'd '';~a;S
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! 50273 0867 DISSERTATIONS--IiNiVEF,SITY OF YM1fUCI;Y/ T0BACC0---};U2tLI:Y--CURI..G/T'OEACCO--CURING---CHFTSICAL C}IAAIGE/TOBACCO--YkO: k;INS/ T'OBltCCO--F.VZYNF. ACT IViTy/Ti)L'ACCO--AtiII:O ACIDS/TC)11ACC0--A2Q4()NZA/ TOBACCO--!'.C7US/TOJsAC:;O---NITRAI'L'S/ •r0: t:CCO--Ml:LIC ACID/ RJR CLASS NO. 7'EXT::OOh TS 2240 lia 19:4 TS Hamilton, J. L. 2240 lia (Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky., U. S,) 1974 Cf1A2:CES DUPING CURING 0i' BURLEY TOBACCO. Univ. Ky., Ph. D. Thesis, Lexington, Ky. 89 p. (1974) (i.r.?:nElish) *I:e5-,•ordst* malic acid, cured, constituent; citric acid, cured, constituent; ~ Fnzymes, hydrolytic, cured, constituent; anlino acids, cured, constituent. j . 0 7(l t1 n a 0 4 43 ! } ,
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.76 XI Wa-77 S.P. 50273 0837 i tobacco--TOBACCO--PRICES/ ~ TOBACCO--ECONOMICS/TOBACCO--NORTH CAROLINA/TOBACCO--HISTORY/. TOBACCO--MANUFACTURE AND TRADE--NORTH CAROLINA/TOBACCfY--•ALL01'MENT/ ET 76 XI Wa-77s. p. ~ PA *iF'HL • RJR CLASS N0 . . . Winston-Salem Sentinel- 'TOBACCO TODAY. PART I - BATTLE LINES ETC1iED IN THE FURROWS. PART 4 - DIRTY LEAVES PUTTING PINCH ON PROGRAM. PART 2 - REAMS OF RULES PROTECT THE FIRMERS. PART 3 - PRICE SUPPORTS. I . PART 5.- HEALTH CONTROVERSY. .:Winston-Salem Sentinel, 1977 p. 1 (July 18, 1977) (in thcr b~ttlcfield'isonc lhe f~rmers'arc~not' dcaling with, and'one that.lnay.in 6c long we"much mAre -of. a'm problcm than the• It is lhc battlefield o( public:opinion, ttic he•anti-tobacco-groups and ullimatcly the :Statcs. Congress, .~•ith its lifc-.-~nd•dcath ~Jert thc•(cdcral•tobacco program lhal La edahc growing uJ..tlie lcaf for dccadcs" 0 p. 1 (July. 19, 1977) p. 1 (July 20, 1977) p. 1 (July 21, 1977) p. 1 (July 22, 1977) , e English) .
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I i L Gop b 0 d u U cr L 0 n ~ ~• i~,. rr,• `ItmtCi out-we -:~~~:,~u ss c,~n~ t~~uo~ciuo~ uo~o.z~.Iu o~3F~ada 3a ro 2:~Q KTI -Tn ~.. ... Jll:i .... " ~0~~~v3':BP~~g oupuy-=oaanq4L-. all uA E990 ELZOS . ~. . L ~ ~.~..
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(V : QP 535 ~ Na 1979 I , I ; TOSACCQ'=-~AMMON I A/-. ENVTRONMENTAL POLLUTION/ a mmanjioproa ' Subconmittee on Ammonia Corrvnittee on Medical and l3io!ogic EJjects of Ewironmental Pollutants Division of Medical Sciences Assembly of LJfe Sciences ,~ Nationa! Research Council CIniwrersit ~ Partc Press 1 Baltimore ....,~._._. _ ,_. O:Tooc~o.o.4~,3 , ., , !
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.... 0 i[.riJ.. {7 ~+ .,. ~C'tlJ7CJ:L Y.Y~V`~al4i -OQ 17.J1J(?1.SS~+~.~rNaGifT~Y ~?~~~~~lk`.LMJZd)!V VOri ~ ' ~~oT~~ir~:ia~~.--_s.zuRns °ouM--oo:)vqoy ~ .(.. ..'.~~?
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. 50273 0850 QK TERPENOIDSCHBIOCHEMISTRY, V/4/CAROTENOIDSERBIOCHEMOISTRYHEVIS4/FATTY ACIDS--BIOSYNTHESI 861 PHOSPHOLIPIDS,V.4/TOBACCO--AMINO ACIDS,V. 5/TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE,V.6,7/ S t TOBACCO--DISEASES & PESTS--VIRUSES, ~.g/NUCLEIC ACIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 6/ LIGNINS,V. 7/FLAVONOIDS,Y.7/ALKALOID =-METABOLISM,V.7/QUINONES,V.7/GLYCOSICES,V.7/ NATURAL PRODUCTS, V. 7/PLANTS--PHOTOSYNTHESIS,V. 8/ THE BIOCHEMISTRY OF PLANTS, r. x. Slumpf snd E. E. L`onn' ' A COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE ` EDITORS-IN-CHIEF ~ Deparlmenr of Biochemislry Volume 4 rLlpids: Structure and Function (i96o ) and Biophysics P. K. Stumpf. Editor , Volume 5 YAmino Acids and Dkrlvat(va (148o) B. JJ4fjJfin. Editor a Volume 6+'Proteins and Nuclek Acids ( ~ Q 8 1) Abphamo4farcus, Editor University of Caljfornia Davis. Caljfornia Volume 7 N&conrj!y Plant Products ~(981) . E. E.iC'onn, Editor.. - © Volume aAMosyp thesis (1991 M. O/)Ialch and N. K.Aardman, Editors . 7 n 0 tl 4 0AC4D1fMMC PRESS 4 'qubsidiarv of Harcourt Broce Jorannvirh. Publishers i r /
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a . 73 VII_1Iu . _'TQI}ACGO---AMt-bNIA/SOYBEAN/ RJR CLASS 'N0. PA`PNLET 73 VII ltu Eurst, C.: f:ermady, ". W.; Oi=on, L. ~ ~C:V. T.a:b., ~~F..~_,~:iT1~C,LC`I:, P.C.,U.S. (~.Atlo:':a1.':i~' ~ S4~tt• , EColC)P... " ~ j . . Cniv. ••'ir.n., Beo. Ar:on. Fla•:t Ge^et., S:. rr:ul, .:::in., U'::; Coll. 1d111icm b`'ary, C:hristo?hC: ::v:port Coll._, t:ec: ,, Ca., U.S.; P.°.^DCCTIO.`; OF BY T4;iACCJ :.:: ) i..;OCU..ATEn WI TH FsACTCRIA. Ph} to^at::ol. 6? (:'0 2) 241-2.2 (!47") (:~c ~ i;li~h) • -o:~ac ;+izi, ~ *c:ey-~;ords:* Psesc^ Pseudo-o:.ss tp'.::cf , tcSa~cc+, e::C :tirA. Ari:oala, greCn, Co:..~tituct:C. ~,.-........ { 0 7 0 n n n 0.4 4 3 2
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Tobt]cCO-AGliuoh'lt1"-Ik:fi.6raIIiriaic^--:..."1okC'•... { UCcelli. F"l.tnio Daterminazicne enelitica di olcuni com- poneAti t3e1 f1a.-io di tar,ticco a sus appl'ca:{c,4 alla valltazione de11•effieienza dei filtr: per si.F;erdtta. (AnAlpsis of various cc~rcr.~:. ^ of tobacco smoke applied to the cvelus'qJ.on c,' filter-tips) Reprint fromiL'ISene 1'od~;n &a 63b-4fs (1S~:' ; v
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50273 0842 : 74 VI Co TOBACCO--FLAVOR AND ODOP./TOBACCO-=-AMINO..ACID$/TOBACCO--SUCARS/ f RJR CLASS N0. PA~`IPIiLET 74 VI Co ti T ' ~ ' ~'' C onstan nescu • ,. *(no affil.)* THE POSSIBLE CONTRIBUTION OF SUGARS, AMINO ACIDS AND POLYPHENOLS TO THE FO::•L'1TI0;1 OF TOBACCO ARO:iA AND COLOUR. *(Cu privire la posibilul aport al zaharurilor, aminoacizilor si polifenolilor in ceea ce priveste arona si culoarea tutunului.)* Industr. Alim. Bucarest 24 (No. 3) 136-39 (1973) (in Rumanian,with English abstract) This paper points out the important r81e *I: rd o a .~ :* i id d h i ey o s a; n c s cure e n t playcd by sugars and amino acids .i,, polyphenols, cured, formation of the specific aroma of tobacco and cigarette s m o k e via nonsnz~•matic sugars, cured, const rcactions of the Maillard or Amadori type, durin- curin„ dn•ing (tobacco) or combus- tion (cigarette). Polyphenols, for their part, contribute to tobacco browning by entenng ~' into the composition of the complex chemical ; combinations which arc pigments. *1974, No. 1, W E* *d* . Tobacco chemistry (mapuf•acture) - ~ . _;~.~a~i ~... _ . _.. _. _. ~.: . _., . . __ _~Offers experimental data plus literature review. .~.....~,.~...,-.trar,.~-.,..:...-- 07n0.n0 0440 6
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?a Z9 .~~a•~ . . ~ ;l 50273 o873 ,f -~ 44f & RJR CLASS NO. PA:SrHLET 72 X 13h Bhovn, A. S.; :saitrya, B. B.; Bhoc.rn, :f. (S.irdar Patel ?iea. Coll., C: r. Physial. Biochen., Bikaner, India) p.}N?::IA P.£TENTIO:: PY S?IOKF.P.S: A COMP.1.^..`•.TIVE STUDY. Indi:: i Jour. :•!eJ. Res. 59 (:•!o. 8) 129u-99 (1971)- (in English) *l:cyworus:* a:r•;::anii, smoke!, coiatituent. *l41_2, N*o. 4, 14 ]08,0* *lra* 0 _..7 ..0 _ 0-- n. .G_p . q _q _ T 7
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VI To-73 . "'OTOAACCQ-NdMONIA/TOBACCO--ANALYTICAL MF.TIIODS/ - 50273 0870 : I:1R CLASS I:O. PA?PIiLET %'T. To-73 Sloan, C. tI. ;Norie, G. P. • ~ (Tcnnessee ::asr.a:an Co., Res. L4'). , Kingsport, 'lenn., U. S.) ~ LETEfiMINATIC\ OF AM•'_QiilA TN TOBACCO AND TOi3: CCO S:40i:E td;TH AN AA£`iO:%IA ELECTI?ODE. Tob~.cco C~e•~!. p.es. Ccn`., 27 th, papcr, h'inst:on-S~.lem, N. C. , 11 p. (Oct. 3-5, 1973) (in En~;Ii>jl) *!:c}-;,,orc:s:* a,r:onia, suiokc.•, constjtue.r.t; a:n:n±o;:ia, _urel, constituCnt. *_l 973, N^. 20, 1d S31t:: ,i:k 0 7 n 0 n ~ 0 4 4:.3 4 , . :
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G 1 p d 0 0 U 0 U L 0 ( + , .. . .. ..~ i,..j..4 \ i.. _-:~ -,'.. ~ r~.. ~ ..aL::y~.~ jr) U'~Ta^.s~.`..g 4u T0v t:I :::.~.L~~I'3~ b`I '3Q v"x ;:I ClsCtFU.; i ?'it `,S 4ERl~,3 ~ • spTov oarum, -~-ooaEqoy I I.i ~.yi`"t '~iJ,'~: , ,- + "il~~hsic3:~1R. ~`:xi~~ ~~.'•@EY 'tfsa eaeo EczoS
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50~73 08Tt - TOi.ACC0--ANALYTIC~V *'~TPODS/ Tt?8ACC0:~ / ~ ~ A? ~ . r • ~ • - L SONIA, TOEt1CC0--S.'01.E--A.*~16`lIA/ ' ~~s- IX Te-74 gJR C L ASS NO. PA"fi HLET 72 IX Te -74 F( Tennessee Eastnan Cor:paay; Y.i;:-sport, Tenn., U. S. `" ..iIO. OF A~..,r•O ~I Ar• ,, TOBACCO 1. • . . .iJi.,E WITH A?J A.~. +,,~. -J;, .I;1 DETE:L*SZ,AiI O:.:. O~IA 1.~ L: J TOBACCO S:,, , ~ ELECTRODE. ` (in English) *Ke}•words:* a.:;!,onia, sr..oke, constituent; ~ armonia, cured, constituent. . ~ ~ Tennessee Eastc:an Co., Kingsport, Ter.n., FTR-23, _7 p, ~ ~ (, _ " 714 . ~ - -- -=-.r~ - *1974, 2;o. 4, W 1392* *d* . analysis: _...1 ~...~...:.:.~.s.:1..~.a.~ . .. .. . . " • -.. .h 0 7 n p n 4 0 4 4 3 5 S ' v
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, v Allen, Alfred Henry, 1847-1004. Allen's CommerCial organic ;.nalysis; a treatise on the properties, modes of ar:al--sis, and proxi- mate analytical examination of the various organic chericals and products emoloyed in the arts, man- ufactures, medicine, etc.; with concise methods for the detectiond and estimati on of their impuri- ties, adulterations, ar~d products of deccmposition 5th ed. Rev. and in part rewritten. , r
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.. y,......a~aw.......c.~.f...«-.~_.~.,......~.~..a.F-=-- _ .......,,~~,.~.....~.... ...........-.. P IR CLASS NO. PA*TiiLi:T 72 VI Co . Coseatinc, V , (Univc~r::ita di Peru;iz, Tstituto c':i pntolof;ia vegetal.e, Perugia, Ita.ly) S1:PlatATIQ:: OF ;::f1N0 ACIDS, 0:•:!:A::IC ACIU /;::i) CAfZi;OilYi)::ATLS F1:0;4 P1.ANT EXTRACTS LY I:r~t'.:S 0I' ION iXCll1.`;C'r' *(S(.par.zzior.e di am-^:no acic'i, a.cidi orf;anici e carLoidrati da estratti veF,etali i:er r:Lzzo c;i resine a ;c.,.,n',io ionic:o.)h* itic. Sci. 26 _ (No. 12) (.L1iSG) (i4 TtRli:;n 4:ith r:nl;lish sv.:,:.v:ry) *r;~)z,ord:~: * tol~acrr; curcd, cG1":5tlt-L'^n::; i• :r,:<:, constiiw•at; Carbohl::t::Le :, curF:u, constituent. t .~ \ 0 7 0 0 n d 0 4 4 2 0
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t ~s Tobacco--Aamonia-,DotEn.ination. To lnay., F., AONA lilYK Xv l1NAT0~'., AMMON'fATARTALMxAX KWAIAR47.ASA M1CR6pIWV7-1GS '?roGHN1KA11AL: ~~y~~~zy~,t~~ra~~cT. o~ Amtron+a (4n ~re~vre.t~ 0 7 ~ ~ n b 0 4 43 6
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vi ~ Kil w. Tobacco--A]lcaloids ghytochemistry. Kiaaki.,, Ta!:uro F:ff't'CO-t O-tT-GAL S'."JDMS ON TQ.:ACCO :~L:t'1IA.a 1Y11RT V'!. S:EC?x~'IC~.,.,C"Y C? I'TCC1II~7, D~•' _'Yil^1L J A:M CC:~~T.:F~:TIQi7 Oi1 atX Da•MIMt1il.OU DL; F` rm. by Kie83ci., lakuro and z:iDOsuke T:.r:-- nipDcn ?:c4ei.In~ Koishi 38 (No. 12) 549-555 (1~54 - In Jcpanese.
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-=Tobacco--lun??biploids, Synt.1-rotic--Segregatioii. Ger5'ue7.r l?. LT. Cpvl ^L:~111HYLIZC UC~r~yP;{~7?~ I'.~3D t)1CGt;.L; ~~ by D4 U. G~~ate1 ar.d L. L~ Fh321ips. i1, C, 2-;,atQ !.c'!1uSo Tobacco Ropr?s,t Soricc tio. 59. R,pra.nt Sroma Ccid Sc~iw iir,rbor Ss~p+siu oy c~a :n~~itwtiva B3oZva 225.,37 (w:58)
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. 1 w Tobatcbo.--1,tataonfa- content. ~r. .. _ . ._.. ., :.,: r':.:r.., ..... ., VlZ. '.-J.
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50273 0878 TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--DETERAtIKATION/TOBACCO--NICOTINE--DETERMINATION/ TOBACCQ.--;-ANABAS INE/ TOBACCO--NORNICOTINE/TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/ 76 VI Ju. RJR~CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 76 VI Ju Jurzysta, A. . . ' -' (Laboratorium Analiz Roslinnych,•Iung, Pulaiay) DENSITOIMETRIC 1•iETiiOD OF DETERI•Qt7ATI0N OF NICOTINE, NORNICOTINE AND ~ ANABASINE IN TOBACCO. ,- •,*(Densytometryczna metoda oznaczania nikotyny, nornikotyny I anabazyny ~ tytoniu.)* • ~- Pamietnik'Pulawski - Praceiung Zeszyt 62, 159-65 (1975) (in Polish; ~ v{th Ennl~c}. a},ctrantl . :' . _ • - ' *Keywords:* nicotine, cured, constituent; nornicotine, cured,'constituent; anabasine, cured, constituent. Tobacco is ground and extracted with chloroform,•and thin-layer -• • ~ chromatography Is used to separate the 3 major tobacco'alkaloids--nicotine,' "- " ~; - nornicotine and anabasine which are detected.with Dra;;gendorf's;- • reagent, ' densitometrically measured. i Vand ~. . ., . . ~ p y n-0 4 4.4 ?, , w
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50273 0882 1 p. , .. . ..~,~.r. .S~ '.; l'~ . •. }:~. , • .. ~;. ~ . .'.. ... • . . .. . ~ . 'w ..y ~,...~. ~ ~ ... ~. • j: . ~ . , . j .. s ~ • ~ . . . ~ •s I - '~" -- v VIII; Tobacco--Aimylsis ='- ' • Am American Tobacco Comnar.y. Analysis of ciQarette tobaccos, showirq- Gome characteristic differences be±ween major types.
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. t` . . . . ~£'~ ~ ~~ ..=1~ ...- ,• t SA273 0865 ^ a~..~_t. " . .~ . I vx vo •. .. ,., .f.... . •_~,~ .-.~~_ ....._ ...__ _.~.. .,.... _. ._ ~.... ........_ r x,79'ohacco--Amino acids--phetoaynthesis, Formation oP. r''OIZ?::T1.Ci1 CC Ci:0:W.lv F vIDS tiOiO f\ \ (a •Y MM+OilV~i s~a 'T~: ~ ~. (l}:~;:7.a T Y VA:.: v u~ 1 . \ Qa vu~ C'.. ..:. ..._ . .:v r,,'C".'r'13 Z"•'a.^c•,{Gl4 (? t`r {j ~ ., Xl .- . g. . . , • 0 7 0 0 n o 0 4 42 9 , ,
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50273 0889 . . , 74 vI In-78 • . • • • . ., • . • RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 74 VI In-78- International Organization Standardization PREPARATION AND COMPOSITION OF IDENTICAL SAMPLES OF THE SAME LOT OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS, SUCH AS CUT TOBACCO, CIGARETTES (MAKING MACHINES, PACKAGING, ETC.) AND LEAF TOBACCO OR STRIPS. ! ~ ._*(Preparation et Constitution d'Echantillons Identiques a Partir d'un Meme lot.)* International Organization Standardization ISO/TC 126, 8 p. (Mar. 21, 1978) (in French) ,,1 07t1-0 na 0 , , _j!
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E. Vfi49AC~~~Td~At~ItiS ~ • VI Ka , RJR CLASS N0. PATiPHLET 78 V I Ka T - Kasperbauer, M: J.; Hamilton, J. L. . ~{ ~. (U. S. Dep~ . Agr., Agr. Res. Serv., Dep. Agron., Univ. Ky., Lexington, Ky. , U.. S.) FREE AMINO ACIDS IN CHLOROPHYLLOUS AND NONCHLOROPHYLLOUS TOBACCO CALLUS t 78 TISSUE CULTURED_IN LIGHT OR IN DARKNESS. T.:/ • T....r r v.. ' A..t ZC /AT.: 1\ 1(17_Q /1A77\ /J.- v....12..1.\ ii .. -... _... . _ ~..~. .... ..i.. ....... _ ~. ... ...~ .. .. ~~~ • . ~ ~a.. .. .6aao..~ nConstituents too riumerous to list* ~ . . ,. Effects of light on conccntratinns of frcc ami- ' no acids in chlorophyllous and nonchlllruphyll(rus tobacco ~ iissue cultures were examined. Light favored accumula!inlr vI a1111nv :(CIVS 1rOm CY-KCIOgIUIIir:1iC, \VII('1'C:IS (IGlri:11(`sS ltlvor/'(r accumulation of amino acids from pyruvate. Hesnlts of bricf red treatments were similar to thosc obtained with white light, and rcd effects \vcrc nullified by far ra] light. Q y 0 n 004409 ,
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50273 0885 ,...•.: . --- ;~. - 78 VI Di TOBACCO-=FLAVORANTS/' - TOBACCO--OUALITY--EILALTATION/TOBACCO-=A~iALYSIS/: CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALY3IS--TORACCO/ TORA(7Ct-)--FLAVOR & ODOR/ . - RJR CLASS NO. PA"!PHLET 78 VI Di Dirinck, P.; Veys, J.; Decloedt, M.; Schamp, N. (State Unvi. Ghent, Dep. Org. Chem., Ghent, Be1R.) NEW METHOD FOR CHARACTERIZATION AND FLAVOUR EVALUATION. - Beitr. Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication, 11 p. (1978) (in English) *Constituents too :cumerous to list* 1 A method to analyse volatile components in the head- 1 space vapour of heated tobacco has been developped. The ' tobacco is heated to imitate the temperature gradient in ~the cigarette. Helium was passed through a sample of ~ tobacco, which was slowly heated and the eluted constituents + were adsorbed by a pol}•+ner trap of '?cnax`. After sesorption in a helium flow, reconcentration in a cooling trap, the J volatile components were injected in a gas chromatograph equiped with a capillary OV-1 column. ,
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....-.,. ,. .. ,.~,~( { 3VAIJ VV77 `,~..... .. .. . . ( VI, To-73 = TOBACCO--ANALYTIL'AL rfETltOi)g~~bt~EC~AMIN(): P.C?DS-DE!'ERMf,%ATl:t.1N-#- ...,,~,,,.~,.«;.-.,..,. .., „ . . .. _ .... .~., _ S.P. R]R CLASS NO. I'AItt'NLLT VI To-73s.p. Collins, P. F.; Sr.r;ji, N. I•1.; Wi.lliams, 'J. F. t~ Mycrs Inc. , Res. Dep. , Durhar,, '.. C• , U. S. ) Aa Ai:i:IATi:D Fna Ti... Ui:T_EPU'_I;;ATIOIdOF T07:,.L •,VSINO ACI,^,S ITS l.ITUCh!'IO:v TO fi:: ANAI•i5tS UF TG'r::-CCO. ~ ... English) Tocacco Ciicrn. !:es. Conf. ., 27t1:, paper, „in. ton-S31er.s, t;. C. (1973) (in tKeyc:crds:* norleucine, cured, constituent; al.ania-., cured, crnstitucist; but,vri c. ncid, G-x:ino-, cur, ec.' , constitucnt; t s t asparac;ir.e, cur_•d, con ntituo:.t; as; .:rti;. acid, cured, constttucnt; glutsnic acid, cured, constitucnt; 11?.ut.lir:irc, curcd, constituent; I;lyc {.r:e, c!-ired, co:;stituer.t ; his, i :'.)' :1.1 , ciz:'cci , cor~sti lso1.f•UC{ne, cL'rf'd, consL'itu::Y:4:; 0 7 n~n n 0 4 4 2 :3
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n i ~ ° Tobacco--A„abasine--Ecternal 1'aptnr3 effect of. Cun,kn; .T,, L'I2TIML'EcI;':..~' D'~,:5 I•'AC TZ";,r'.S E.?t'"i'c.'ia::;S SU13 I4J CO;.'Ti: ;T LI3 M3NCIF '~:S kCTL~'S L:S TEBAi,S IiFJ7STF'tTSLSo (DA'luvucsa of exUrnal fectora on tho con- 'tcnt of the cc',-,iv© principle in industrial i;obaccos") I1&ost;at froma FnarrmcAittisch i.'salblad .'f J. 9A • Ia Ift•enca ~ . . . . , .L . _ .. . . ~,.,.,.'. ~ ~ ~ 1.~_;•..A .~ •_A !.._j' •~' i
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VI To-76 S.P. English Tobacco ffllios value analysea comaonly require that the sample moisture content fall - 'im a relatively narrow ranae. This is to allow corrections for variations in the mofsture-related plasticity of the aaeple particles. A method has been developed vhicb directly measures the filling value of cut tobacco samplee at any moisture level. Thia analysis fa especially suited for measuring f111ins values during processing at 'elevated moisture levels or during drying. The method may be applied to samplea of cut nd blende of these aterlaU b i i d l . acco a am na atema or reconst tute to , 'The .ofetnre content and plasticity of the tolacco sample are adjueted during tha ~ Thil analysls by equilibratioo with an approprfate methanol/water mixture.s sovent ~moieture conditioning procedure doee not sfEnificently change the tobacco particle om radua sd i ed b res.ion in a i d r 7h l t ~ f lf l h f p m j a e e n y c ume o e saap e a re e epec ic vo t . cylinder under a brass weight. Reaulta are normally reported ae specific volume on a dry vefyht basis. .a TOBACCO--FILLING CAPACITY/TQBACCO -ANALYSIS/= 50273 0883 RJR CLASS N0e PAMPNLET VI To-76 Canon, A. B. YBrown Williamson Tobacco Co., Louisville, Ky., U.'S.) A NOVEL METHOD FOR THE DETERtdINATION OF TOBACCO FILLING VALUE. 0 7 0 n n n 0 4 4 4 7 _L_ , sepm Tobacco Chem.Rese Conf., 30th, paper, 13 p. (Octe 18-20, 1976) (in / s .
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-4 50273 0895 f tTOBACCO--ANAI,~YS IS f 76 VI Ma1T0BACC0--CHLOROPHYLL/ RJR CLASS N0. PA1iP}iLET 76 VI Mal Macnicol, P. K.; Dudzinski, M. L.; Condon, B. N. (CSIRO, Div. Plant, Ind., Canberra City, Aust.) ESTIMATION OF C1iLOR0YklYLL IN TOBACCU LF.Ax'f:S liY DIRfiCT PHOTO'.-ft:T}tY. Atiin. Bot. 40, 143-52 (1976) (in English) *Y.cywords:* chlorophyll, green, constitucnt. r l . - --1_ _..~ - .• l 0 7 n o n tl 0 4 4 S. 9 ,
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. -.~ . - . _ - . --- ----~--- ------_------ ~50273 0890 74 VI In.~~ OBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/TOBACCO'= ~AI3ALYSI9'/ .. R.TR CLASS NO. PAMPl1LET 74 VI In International Organization Standardization TOBACCO AND TOBACCO PRODUCTS - EXPRESSION OF ANALYTICAL TEST RESULTS. International Standard ISO/DIS 3406,A p. (May 2, 1974) (in English) ,
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50273 0896 ': kTobacco~-.-Mnlysis.., i 'ricClurc, t?illiaa Fred SPRCTRQFLUOROMETPZC ANALYSIS OF TO81:Ci`A, A Thesio 1965 146 pages Uai.vorsity liicrofilro, Inc. A.nn Arbor, Ziichigrai
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~~ Tobscco--Ar.a1~,•sis t.; : fcut Fcc~jsi !yT lkp 3ttuto ZlJi?:.CCl1 ~Ji:...... . .. ~ /~ r L Lnsµ e.d giga F?~St• 1~L:r L7 ::13 ~'.Bri1Q u<':9J;,.Vw".t.tiC1:-- rl'Y:s~abl'Si:s 2 PP ~.8 : A I 1
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50273 0888 -TOBACCO--ANALYSIS./TOAACCO--SMOKF.--ANALYSIS/ s S PAMPHLET RJR CLASS NO . VI;To-7$ .. _ ., S.P. Hecht, S. S.; Carmella, Hoffmann, D. Valhalla (American Health Found., Naylor Dana Inst. Dis. Prevent., , N. Y., u~''S: CHEMICAL STUDIES ON TOBACCO SMOKE - LIV. DETERUMINATION OF HYDROXYBINZYL - ALCOHOLS AND HYDROXYPHENYL ETHANOLS IN TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SMOKE. Jour. Anal. Toxicol. 2 (No. 2) 56=59 (.1978) (in English) *Keywords:* 2-(p-hydroxyphenyl)ethanol, smoke, constituent; ~-• m-hydroxybenzyl alcohol, smoke, constituent; ' • 2-(p-hydroxyphenyl)ethanol, cured, constituent. it ~2-(p-hydroxyphenyl)-qthanol (PHP[) and m-hydroxybenzyl ~ • aicobol (NIHBA) were major componenfs -of subtractions of the tumor-promoting freclions of cigarette zmoke condensate ! (CSC). To further investigale the possiblo role• of these and I relatedeompounds in tumor prornotion and cocarcinogencsis 1 ~ b CSC a I tical mothod was deveto ed tor an na + - h d h I th 1 d h d ben I akchols in rox z } p , y , y y y roxyp eny e ano s an y tobaeco and tobacco smoke. The method consistr`d of a series ~ ~ of solvent partitions followed by preparative thin-layer I chromatograph _ and_ gas-liquid chromatography of th 1e , ,
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V.Tob6ccb~--l.mino acids--=Cinro.!z&tcgxaphy,.,,.. a W.LrfR11Ctv'', M. Ix. AtfIIJC7ISMrhCN SC6TAYA TABArA. (Cnrcmatc?rophloally rotcrizincd n-vo r-,Ar3 Bound Au321o AQiCi3 i21 ti18 WICat'1an FeiTw)n'C Ctd TobaQOoQ of D+..ffereut Origin ani GwAlitq. ) PhoLoataZ ft=s Cmipte road. Ac.ade ha2{sro Sci. 23, 85-8 (N•~rchRapra.t i~E} - In PAs3"n with wEaS].ich" eauyoary.
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_ l 50273 0899 . ~. r• c VI Ta3-80 '- TOBACCQ--ANALYSIS/CHENfISTRY, ANALYTIC--I'VSTRU"lENTS/ 3 80 RJR CLASS N0. PAZIPHLET VI Ta Moretti, G, (Italienisches Tubal:monopol, Rome, Ita1y) - NON-LINEAR M AS1;!:I:;G APPARATUSES: CODIPAP.r'1TIVE CURVES OF ELECTRONIC AND CHEMICAL I:ETN:M'I?;ATIONS. (Unlinear"itat Der Messbhratel{ Ver~leiehkurtien), Tabakkolloquitun, 21st, Y.erlin (June 11-16, 1979), 20pp. - in German: ~ ~ i . , 0 7 q, o n d 0 4 4 b 3 ..~.•.,. •s+».. __...••... ...~:......... ..
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50273 0892 TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--DF.TERItINATION/TOBACCO--NICOTINF--DETERMINATION/ TOBACCO--ANABASINE/ TOBACCO--NORNICOTINE/TOBACCO-.-ANALYSIS~ . . ~ . , ' ' ' . } 76 VI Ju. -• RJR~ CLASS N0. PAMPIILET 76 VI Ju 1 Jurzysta, A. I ~ (Laboratorium Analiz Roslinnych, lung, Pulawy) • DENSITOMETRIC 2ETIi0D OF DETERtdItJATION OF NICOTINE, NORNICOTINE AND ~ ANABASINE IN TOBACCO. : ,- *(Densytometryczna metoda oznaczania nikotyny, nornikotyny i•anabazyny w ~ tytoniu.)* . ~. Pamietnik' Pulawski -Praceiung Zeszyt 62, 159-65 (1975) (in Polish:i ~, with English abstract) *Keywords:*_nicotine, cured, constituent; nornicotine, cured, constituent; ~ anabasine, cured, constituent. ~ Tobacco is ground and extracted with chloroform, and thin-layer ` chromatography:is used to separate the 3 major tobacco alkaloids--nicotine, ~=-nornicotine and anabasine which are.detected with nraggendorf!s;~.' reagent, and'densitometrically measured. ~.• .. ' . _ _. .~.' ..~ ...._ • , . . . - . •- . . • . . - ~ • '- _ ~ ~ , . . . . . c . . • 0 7 0 0 4'in p. 0 4 4 5 6
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, .;wox ~oa ;F;•.``~':0~4~~ B.tB~r+ } [[1=}~ G~L'8~ f];Y.~,t,~N ;~ 04 IL aFprxtoarz)o arv-lxooae-,o.x xo dn8ra3qo os,Y,t . °s: tlsyAma sx-z QtTv su~mt~ i} '9L[~fd~~JU'~wD'J~~}Qo~ :aiE t s<c ._t-.. .6ceo Etzos
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~ 50273 0902 11, ~coanCCO='=nKx~.YSYg I -rn 78 VI Pe Pe, U. W. (National Health DEMONSTRATION OF b., Rangoon, ARIJUANA AND . . . ., , .. - , CLASS N0. PA.*~'HLET 78 VI Pe urma) . OCOA LEAF IN ILLICIT CIGARETTE SA,'•iPLE. Forensic Sci. 10,'261--64 (1977) (in English) Samples of 32 brands of cigarcttes seixed from the illicit markel in various parts of ~ Burma were analysed for the presence of msrijuana, coca leaf and. other narcotic drugs. j 7'hirteen brands of cigarettes were found to contain marijuana and six brands contained j marijuana and cocaine;all of these brands were manufactured in South East Asia. 0 6 70 .0 n 0 0 4 4 6 6 I + 0 1
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50273 0900 76 I.Mo TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/TOBACCO--St!OKE--ANALYSIS/ . .; .~~ . . :.. ,. . . ~. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 VI Mo . Morie, G. P. . . , (Tennessee Eastman Co., Kingsport, Tenn., U. S.) USE OF ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES IN TOBACCO A.'JD TOBACCO SMOKE. Manuscript subnitted for publication in Beitrage Tabakforschung, .. (Oct::29, 1976) (in English) *Ke ords:* cyanide, smoke, constituent;. : ' ` dro en sulffde~ h smoke const3tu~ent y g , ; nitrogen oxides, smoke, constituent;- ;ammonia, smoke, constituent; " .. sulfur dioxide, smoke, constituent; nitrate, cured, constituent; ammonia, cured, constituent; cured calcium constituent , ,,. . •,. , ; ~ i d i magnes um, cure , const tuent; potassium, cured, constituent, 0 7 n o n o 0 4 4& 4 0 I r 12 P•
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. A ~ 30273 0909 ~---~: TOBACCO--DENSITY/ * TOBACCO--RF.SEARCH--UNIVERSITY OF VIRGINIV}TqBACCb==WAYSIS~I7 76 VI Un University of Virginia, School of Engineering and Applied ^ (Virginia Engineering Review, Vol. 3, No. 2, Spring 1977) Biomedical and Rehabilitation Engineering 37 r.,. ta . . ..._-. . ~_ ~, .,.. .. , .. ...,~. ~.. .. , . ~i , Science 0 7 o a n o 0 4 47 .3
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1 M ® VXJxy •IbUt'.t~ •2r~ =~san7l . TIuar•3sxz n aaacey~L~ FT'J QL~~7~6G3 D G:'G:~.2~~~-t~G.~0A4 L'R3~l3~ ~ tL'DZI`:+~.t~' asUV4jTA; 'Uaf2~eat;~ .,~ ~) .riii~:h1~ ~i .tCt ~ts~nrl~:i ~~:cV .aOA:~' ~} ~TO t:JZ?ISC~;;::~J s~Tr* ~~^?:~ SC~IJti~L~L`n'E' gF~t SHFtJ ?N.L t,'o ~ S!2 ~~tc S~i I ~ S ° 3 *u°'CyxpuT,4Y •»~,4nT~~..~~arann A~~iwlns~+.t~.?ii~lQ7 kti
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"~:f -HOISTURE--DETERMINATION/TOBACCO--MOISTURE--DETERMINATION/ ~ 50273 0897 , WATER--ANALYSIS/ZQjfACCQ3t-ANALYSIS,/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC/- CHEMICAL ANALYSIS, A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS ON ANALYTICAL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS, VOL. 5. Ser. ed.-P.- J. Elving & J. D. Winefordner QD 142 Aquametry Mi Partl 1977 A Treatise on Methods for the Determination of Water ; Second Edition JOHN MITCHELL, Jr. B. L du Pont de Nemours dc Company WiLnington, Delaware DONALD AfILTON SMITH Waquoit, Massachusetts A K7LEY-INTERSCIENCE PUBLICATION I , JOHN WILEY & SONS New York / London / Sydney / Toronto f
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50273 0886 TOBACCO--ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/TOAACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--TOBACCO/TOBAC'C4•=-ANAi.YSIS/ h TOBACCO--BURLF.Y--FLAVOR CHEMISTRY/TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITTON/ 78 VI ru RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET-78 VI Fu imori, T.; Kasuga, R.;'Kaneko, H.'; Noguchi, M.. ' Japan Tobacco Salt Pub. Coip., Cent. Res. Inst.., Yok,ohama, Jap.) ~ OTRAT. VbLATILE `CO?1POI.ENTS'OF BURLEY 'TOBACCO.•r. ~ --+-. '.rfnternational Congress Essential Oils, 7th, paper, Kyoto, Jap. (1977) . . (in English) Beitrage Tabakforschung, confidential manuscript submitted for publicatinn ~ *Constituents too numerous to list* - - h t 1 latiles in air-cured` Burley tob4cco ere v f o r.. t e neu ra The constituents o number of identified co,~pounds~may be viewed as degradation d A l i ~ arge . stud e , _.• . ,: . .. ..•. . •._,, :.. . • . ~ products fron carotenoids•and thunberganoids. These compounds had a' characteri st i~o' aroma and rrere- thought to be key flavor components in the .~• . ~f essential oil of tobacco.* The presence of any labdanoid hydrocarbons or their o enated roducts was not recognized in our Burley tobacco extract: Burley taac~ ~~t ~g toAe ftfi~en~ injat6noid compoundsu ,,- ts ~ ..~. ~~ ..o .,._ ~. Sr. ..~nsi?.e... ~re.. l i ! -+
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OBACCO---ANALYSIS/, ~._....,.x~ .~:..._.., .,a~... Tancogne, M. *Kevwords:* carbarvl_ tohacco_ additive_' ' ' SEITA, Internal report, 2 p. (Oct. 26, 1976) (in French) *(Estimation du carbaryl par''inhibition Pesterhses.)* RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 VI Ta DETERMINATION OF'CARBARYL BY INIIIBITION OF ESTERASES.- i 50273 0907 *(no affil.)* , J , . , ,
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G:, 4tG :tSo - 9. 1e cC: :'cEs oZ 2. Pro-a saora e.nd Biolcgica.1 rwlat" on. .~;.:-o''°:o='4 , 3& Cor-3t;itaonis of 7A4.So - ~` )',xrt Aa„`"*a ~ L; ~C • I~• 3_ ' ' ( ." fw' ff ~ . Tobacco•--Amy,lase, v.. 3. Ir1 cn-~~~ri~, 23sx; fil COa•iMATIVB BIOCHD3TSTftYo oditod I:V Mrtl81 19'Ior'r.,ia ttct3 HC^..-r.xd S. }:Wono V e 19zhs AcadeaSO Pft93 Ihav Ywd
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50273 0903 _ V 0~6l~C`C~==~~iNALY~I S j: ~~~~ VII Re6S:P.. ; . -- .- ; •....:~;;..;-... ; R TR f:1.ASS lvf)- PAMPNT.ET '_ Pflusmacher, J. ; Ebing; W, ----- --;-- .:--- ------ ------ .-...,c~.~,~~.. - : ~- ;~, (Institut Pflanzenschutzmittelforschung Biol. Bundesaiistalt Land- ' Forstwirtschaft, Berlin) CO-SWEEP-DISTILLATION METHOD TO DETERMINE ORGANOCHLORINE INSECTICIDES ` IN TOBACCO. 4t(Eine rlethode zur Bes'tYmmung' `von Chlorko~i lenwasserstoff- insektiziden in Tabak mit Hilfe der Co-Sweep-Distil]ation.)* Confidential manuscript to be published in Beitrage Tabakforschung. ~ : Y-HCH, tobacco, additive; B-HCH, tobacco; additive; d-HCH,'tobacco, additive; heptachlor; tobacco, additive: aldrin, tobacco, additive;• endosulfan, tobacco, additive; p,p'-DDE, tobacco, additive; ptp!-DDD, tobacco, additive; 0. 7 0,on 0044b7 ,
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TOBACCO--SMOKE--TAR--DF.TP,RMINATION/TOBACCO--SAtOKE--NICOTINE--DETERr1INATION/ TOBACCO--GERr'ANY/ TOBACC~IVALYSIS/~ . RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 IX Wi-77 73 I'3fc 1•'i-77 T!o Cag. ~ . r erband Cigarettenindustrie, Hamburg, Cer.) DRAFT OF THE PROCEDURE :OR SAMPLING C02•L',iERCIAL CIGARETTES IN CERMA.'dY FOR : THE PURPOSE OF PUBLISHING NATION WIDE, CONDT:NSATE AND NICOTINE TABULATIONS. `j *(Anmerkungen zur Frage der Prohenanme von Zigaretten zum Zwecke der P'fufung` vo»"Kondensat- und Nit:otingrenzwerten.) * Verband Cigarettenindustrie - Confidential Report, Hamburg, Ger., 3 p. (Oct. 1976) (in German with English summary) ~~ The following topics are discussed: Premises of the sampling method in view of potential Government regulations having to define maximum value or maximum value range effect of moisture on maximum values am,ount frequency to location of sampling purchases etc. 1
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50273 0894 "- : . ,.. . . }' TobaCco--Analysis..: Katho.droon, H. D. TM Di'*IM:~2': TZC;~ CF VAPQn- -P1s&SE V8Ll4.TILE ALZPtiMC IfASES 114 TOBACCO Sl•iuKE Puger presented at the 23rd Tobacco Chesa1nxa RAsenrch CoafeTencs, PhiLsdc2phi.a, i'anun7lrm%SA, Getober 22-24, 1969 7 Pages t ., _ i
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TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/PLANTS--ANALYSIS/TOBACCO=-ANALYSIS/ TOBACCO--TRACE ELEMENTS/ VI TO",80 S.P. RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VI To-80 s.p. White, R. T.; Steichen, T.; Dobbins, J. T., Jr. ' (Reynolds, R. J. Tobacco Company, Winston-Salem, N. C., U. S.) COMPUTER-ASSISTED PARAMETER SELECTION FOR RAPID EXTRACTION OF PLANT English) MATERIAL. -•n' , - " ,,:+. " ,.. .. „ -0- . - -'Pobacco Chem. Res. Conf., 34th, paper, Richmond, Va. (Oct.28, 1980) (i #ote author and affiliation.* ..._. __ .~ .. .. ... . .. We can Indicate that the capabilities of the RSM study were useful in limiting the time required for methods development work in establishing optimized parameters for extraction. The resultant scheme for sample preparation of plant material increased throughput of routine samples submitted for elemental analyses while providing virtually the same level of accuracy and precision... . _._._,_...,._.w..-..-. _...r.. .. ..~.. ~ ,~~ 0 7 0 0 ~ a o 4 4 7 4
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~. . r ~ ...... TOBACCO--SMOKE--ANALYSIS/TQBA,qSO-{ANALYSIS/7 . y RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET"IX Te-77 72 IX Te-77Tennessee Eastman Company, Res. Laboratory, Kingsport; Tenn., U. S. USE OF ION-SELECTIVE ELECTRODES IN TOBACCO AND TOBACCO SPiOKE. ' Tenn. Eastman Co., Res. Lab., Kingsport, Tenn., FTR-43, 9 p. (1977) (in English) *Keywords:* hydrogen sulfide, smoke, constituent; hydrocyanic acid,p stnoke, cpnstituent; constituent; smoke nitro en oxides _ g , , atmnonia, smoke, constituent; nitrate, cured, constituent; . amnonia, cured, constituent. _ ~ Ion-selective electrodes have been used for the rapid determination of many components in I . tobacoo and tobacco smoke. The determinations of the following tobacco f;noke com- ponents with ion-selective electrodes are reviewed: hydrogen sutf ide with a sulf ide electrode. hydrogen cyanide with a cyanide etectrode, nitrogen oxides with a nitrate electrode, and ammonia with an ammonia electrode. The determination of nitrate and ammonia in I .,_ L tobacco is also described. Some pQssible Applications of ion-selective electrodes is dis- ~- - cussed~b~_sr~h_e electrode sensitivity and select•rvity and the level of certain components 1 in tobacco or tobaao smoke. ~- , ' ~ ,o7.'0 0 o0 0 447 2 -1 1 , , I
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' 50273 0891 ~,,,F,TQBAC~O~'-l~tdAt~~~STS,~TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION/ 79 VI Iv RJR CLP.SS t10. 1'AMPF;LEY 79 VI Iv (,Tohaceo :.es. Inst:, Plovdiv-t•;art;cvo, Culgaria) 0N TFiE ErT1:C'DS OF TOCt,CCO, C{:,t~ICj1L l'+r1LYSIS. !;eitr. Tabakforsch., Confidential t•!anuseript suL•mitted for put,lieation. 6pp (1979) - in English , IvaPov, fl. C~. *Keyrrords:* Constituents too numerous to list. Having in rir,c! that the initial r:w tobacco is predecessor of the smoke conpenents, we set curselves the task of analysing as canaletely as pc•ssible the ch:-iical su;:stances in the three parts of the tobacco plant: lamina, i^ic!rib and stalk, and of-tstablishinn the degree of quantitative determination of telacco substances. 0 7 n 0 0 0 4 4 5 S.
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4 ; 50273-0898 ?i TOBACCO-=LEAVES- MORPHOLO(,Y CO -A - q: - /TOBAC - NALYSIS/ .. ., HL T 77 VI M o E RJR CLASS N0 PAPIP . 2 \ Mohapatra, S. C.; Johnson, W. H. , ~- '~ (N. C. St. Univ., Dep. Biol. A"gr. Eng., Raleigh, N. C., U. Syr MICROSCOPIC STUDIES OF BRIGHT LEAF TOBACCO.. IV. SCANNING ECTRON MICROSCOPY OF CRYSTALS IN LEAF TISSUE. :'..' '. .; Trans.'Amer. Micros. Soc. 94 (No. 3) 413-16 (1975) (in English) ~~OIL\PATRA S. C. & )onao~ \V. N. 1975. \iicr ,c stud;c: of-bright leaf to b aoco.S baoco. IV. Scanning electron microccopy of crystals In • tissue. Trant Amet . . j dlferot. Soe., 94: 413-416. ?liin serial scction of leaf and snidr'b prepared for light ' mic•rosrnpy aere e.amincd under a scanning electron microscope to study crystals. crrtain stnu•tural fratures such as the me•mbranc cnclocing the c•stals in a n h r 4 e c y- p , -* ..„ . :,:r , matous crlls and c•rystals in the xl•lem which could not be drtcc•ted under the libht ~ \ mlemzrnpe, werc revealed clcarly undcr thc S!:kf. Crystal d'c-tribution in the vessels ! Is indicati\•c of crystal trans r~rt thrnli;h the its in the ccll .rai1, - ---- - - ----- • --- -----~--~^ . ^+'s' -1' 4- 4 b 2- -_ •._ - , ~...~. ..,__4t_
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TS 0• S~,. Tabacco"Arialys3s -and chemfatryr. ~ Weiss, Francis Joseph, 1898- Tobacco and sugar. New Tork, Sugar Research Founda- tion, 1950. 60. 18, p. diagrs. 28 cm. ~ Bibliography : p. t671-(72t 1. Tobacco-Analssfs and chemistry. 2. Sugar. 3. Tobacco tunnn- facture and trade. 4. Cigarette manufacture aud trade. i. Title. , TS2249.Ni Library of Congress 679.1371 51-1914 A t, . ry--- -:; °
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> s .. Tobncco--Aaalysis, plat ek. 3r. P3Db+NZS2MS 0DKiADN0SCt OZA=" hllLCfl7NLiSC:.I 7Y'2'ONIU MWK (dYflWFoII[ZACiE, ADW'[F3RZtAM APAM:iM1. {"-" J. - J :- ~~~?a; ,:~!T97C•.~ra-': 'C.W' er•. . i . . _ . .. ' . , ' ' .~ . . i . . . . . , . ~ ' , - + .. ' '
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r I _•~--- -----_ 50273 0910 I TOBACCO--MOISTURE--DETER`tINATION/ ;TOBA~-CO=-AIdALYSIS/ . ' i . . ;77,VI Ve ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 VI Ve ; Verband Cigarettenindustrie, Normen - Kommission,Harrburg, Ger. ' ~ C02'.I•1ENTS BY TI(E ANALYTICAL STA2DAkDS COMITTEE OF THE GER2•SAN CIGARETTE INDUSTRY TRADE ASSOCIAlIONtiON THE METHOD OF DETERMINATION OF MOISTURE THROUGH GAS CHRO'SATOGRAPHY. ; Verband Cigarettenind., Normen - Kommission, 7 p. (Apr. S, 1977) (in German) *Keywords:* moisture, cured, constituent. 0 7il 0 n c~ 0 4_4 7 , ,
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if 50273 0901 . . •. ._ .a TORACCb=~-ANALXS IS / TOBACCO--11 i:RP IC I nE S/ t 1 . . i l y.- 77 VI Na~ RJR CLASS NO. PA1-fI'IILET 77 VI Nat NATEC~ Gesellschaft fuer Naturwissenschaftlich-technische Dienste rbll, Ii araburg, Ger.; '.-Polzhofer, K. P. • DETF.RMINATIO;I OF OFF-S IOOT-T, M IIEP.B, A.~ID GROIaING REGULATIONS FOR TOBACCO :11ND OTHER CROPS, t•tA:IUFACTURED I3YOCTE•R AND GAMI3LE. NATEC - Confidential report, Oct. 1976, 12 p. (in German`With English summary) *Keywords:* Off-Shoot-T, tobacco,additive._ • . Off-Shoot-T is a commercial product manufactured by Frocter & Camble Co. and is used as a herbicide and growth regulator in potato, onion and tobacco crops. The activity of this product is similar to maleic hydrazide. It retards pland growing by Ynhibition of•ecll division.. The active ingredients of Off-Shoot-T consists of a mixture of 0.5% hexanol, 56X decanol, 422 octanol 0ff-S1=oot-T contains 63% active ingredient. An attempt nd l%1dodecanol . .. a s nade to develop an analytical nethod for the detcrmination of Off-Shoot-T 0 7 0 0 n o 0' 4 4 6 5 r
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v 50273 0920 TOBACCO--IiIBLIOGP.API!Y/T"0fkCCO--ANALYSIS.=--BIBLIOGRAPIIY/TOBACCO=-Si`tOKE--GAS CIIROMATOGRI: AIR--POLLUTION--BIBLIOGRAPIIIES/FOOD--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS--AP:ALYSIc TERPENF.S/SULFUR COI1'OUAIDS/P:ITROGEN COMPOUNDS/OXYGEN CO`iPOUNDS/POLYVINYL CIILORIDE/ POLYMERS & POLYMI:RIZATION--ANALYSIS/POLYMERS & POLYI<iERIZATION--CHROMATOGRAPIIY/ FATTY ACIDS--CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS/IIYDROCARBONS--ANALYSIS/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC AIdALYSIS--BIBLIOGRAPHY/BIBLIOGRAPHY--CHE*QCAL LITERATURE014,,, (jl~~; QD 271 GC 1977 0 7 n 0 n 0 0.4 4• 13• 4. I , , .1 / i
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~... ...Y_ .... ~obacco~nca.lysis. .,,d ch.~iatry.' : ? TS Shvic., Ivan. ;zk{o Savcd za industrysh-y fameutsciju duv&r.a Ferm- g zavcxi. I3eoi;rad,, Indu::tricka Khigha, 1949. 368 p. :c3 cm. Written in sierbo-Crost. , r ~
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^,i-^ ~: 50273 0893, TOBACCO--BIOCHEMISTRY/ ~.•~. -~ ,.. .. T O BAC C O--L I P I D S--D E T E R.%4 I NAT I O NfT013aCC Q;.; --~i~1ALY S x S/ 79 VI.Ka : 1 ~ RJR CLASS NO. P.a.fPHLET 79 VI Ka Kaul., K.; Lester, R. L. ~ (ilniversity Ky Coll. T d. , Lexfngton, Ky. , U. S.) ISOLATION OF SIX KOVEL IIOSI'N01:vOSITOL-CONTAIVING SPHINGOJ.IPIDS I R0,1 TOMCCO LEAVES. • Biochemistry 17 (No. 17).3569--75 (1978) (in English) " *Consti_tuents too numerous to list* _ : J.. A'ccinccnt'raic of phoa,hcsphinso!ipids from to- ~ ~, - j bacco lcaccs has hccn resol%-,•d into t«.o groups by chroma- i(1975),17,:nt 1'1:}'%inL 55, 170j. ,f hc nu%-cl li{~ids arc: hs!' i to;;raPS) ondirtl>>1::minckth)l:clJuiocc.'fhc first ~rcupclutrd i 1 SL-1-(.1ra Gal2j; 1 SL-1R, 1 SL-1-(:%rajG312j; I~1 IC, ~ crntasns no ncci?•l rcsidurs, ~~! rrcas thc sccond grou~ contains l~Sl.-1-[A r:+3(i:+1.j; YSI_-I I/1, 1'SL I I[l~ra~l~al]; 1'SL-l i R, ~ onc 11r-acct) fns()l of ~hocj.•l~orers. •1'hrcc lipids frosn : ch rou j rSl. I1-[Ara,,,,3t ~a1~]; I'SL-1IC,1'ST. I1 [:~ra~Galz'•1anJ.'Il~e `har, hc,nruridbychrom,stc.:~ra{?hy~m Porasilmhutins.'ll-,c I~s)0~o'rl.finding vf.uhnccl)Iatr;d_licxo~;~{)7 :nc in thc I'ST.-II ' chcmicalco~i~~,.ition of thrsc six novcl IiT+ids cho,ws thcnt to i sroup of 1ipids ap{xars not to Uc an :+rtif.+ct, as su;;gcstcd by t berclalcdiotlse rr~iousl ch~r.acteriie.j ~!io. ~lio. hinro!i ~is t cxr''riments imoh•ing rapid han•cslinS and prrcc«inp,of the r f• )' ! 1 r~ rs tobacco T:a~•cc. Somc of t1~~c fractiosu obt:~inrd by chron~a- J'SI: f, i\'-a:ct)l,r,lucosanunc[glucuroni c,lucosanunc[glucuronic acid, inokitol Phos- I togr,{~hy on dictLylaminocth)•lccllulr~sc appear to coniain ;1~hatc]crr.; ini~lc anJ r:Sl.~ll, ~1s/cocaminc(~hscuronic acid, } 1,1,o.phosrhing~,li{,'~is ~~•iih 1ti or inorc cuoar rcaducs.: =.. rno~i at r.so•phatcjc~r3u~idc (i.au1 K a d L _ n ;stcr R L ,.,,.. - - - - --- _ - . -•--------- oy~oc~oo44s7
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g t 50273 091 ~, . . . ~ . •~ . • ' fi.~ . . . .. _,~.., .• • t•. , r: T~b~cco- AnF,.lysiqird Ch~MIst~7. ` Vollhase, E. Ausgewahlte verfahren zur untersu&,ung von Lebenstnitteln und Bedarfsp,,egenstanden. Jena, Gustav Fischer, 1951. 716 p. 25 cm. ~-'t ."YK'!'~~ s- i4. / V
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t ` Tcbacco-linal,ysis and ctiemistry. j~ana 0I~4Z1'~ bQ ~~i~jyll~fllX. Xltlt~'~~3~v~ c. ry1E'rhod5 egioa. b&-, Mobacsc~ UL1 .•.:...a ..:'~ : ... .... _ •, . -0.::,4.v.4" ~..7..::~ f i
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y'~vi r{+fd',~a .I 50273 0'921 ,. r Tobacco--Analytical, v. 6 Pvvt- UM?DBIJCB DEIt LEBLIrTSt!1Ti"ELCHLMIE, ediCed ~ .. 3. S;:•aa.w.a:.:.ec. L'3•2 ;'SI'I 13v. TI l.n16 S- hp Springer-Vcrlag Kew Yorbc 0
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Association of Official Agricultural Chemists. Of!tcial rnethods of analysis. tlst~-~, 7~ fl aa.; Washington. 3.. Illus. 25 cm. Title varic-s: v. 1-fl, OlFicial and tentative methods of analysis. ` On spine, v. 1- Methods of analysis. Vol. 1 Issued by the association's Committee on Revision of Dfeth. ~ odsj v. 2- ! ' by Its CQommittee oo Editing Methods of Analysts. 1. Agricultural chemistry. 2. Chemistry, Analytic. S587.Al'$ /'A 630.24 20-21343' Ubrary of Congress 153r51bt10t t ,
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i 1 50273 0904 TOBACCO--MORPHOLOGY~~09ACC0=;~ANALYSIS/TOBACCO--PHr'FED/ RJR TRANSLATION - RJR CLASS N0. TRANSLATIUN *(Une"yr;-t-hode de determination dti taux de,tabac expanse.)*, ; A.MET110D FOR DETERMINATING THE . RATES OF EXPANDED TOI3ACC0. . ' ,*(no affil.)* .. . '' ~ . Pitie', B. ... Annais Ju Tabac 1977, Sect. I, p. 45-53,(1977) (in French - complete English transZation available) T.~ The author summarizes the morphological characteristics of expanded-lotiacco, recalls the~difilrulties c~onncct V with manual sorting, and proposes a dennition of the rate of exponded tobacco and a measurinb Th emethod. I e rate of expanded tobacco is de(lned as the ratio of the amount of dry expanded tobacco to the total amou,it' Yr- dr. to::~a~:ro ; s•~rtino is effected by floating the dry mixture in hexane, separating the fractions and drying. All the~ .;-aw i,~,ns sre c~i-c ied out in a simple device which can be adapled on a hot air drycr-fan. Results are accurate. --_.`•l.he rnethod studied enables the rate of expanded tobacco in cigarettes to be verifled. : --- __ _ - , -.~-,--_ - _ . - , - , - - " • " ' " , • . ; , . . . . - . . . . . . . . . . V 07 0 0 n o 4 4 4 68 I