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50329 7508 5- Q D Efder£fsz~i, ?c,t~*2 ^~ct.+y, l9ti;- ei. f00 fieterrcyc'c tc co,:paanJa. tiar "-rrk, :J4 tev rm~ v. 24 Contents: For other listings see main entry. . :... ~... ^...-. -,.,-. . ~ . . ,,., 34 0~n ono:~-39
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50329 7507 . CAOSisCo YrTFE LA2iGUAGE ?Ii"MMaARY G7 t'FiE COWECTI82iF`: Y MJtTS?RY. 1964 42.9 p. Aen.cks 4as:Isg Haaburg, lScsrvan7 0 2 0 a n.o2 3 qa3 1 Q ' ! 210 vrmmvmr tv"TMI,ITITERy . ...~. . c i
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50329 7509 I ! qD ~~00 t:~erocycl~`c~'cantpau.-~~s: ~ Bambas, Louis L Five-memberad hetzrocyclic compounds with nitroo iz and sulfur or nitrogen, ss;fur, and oxygrn (escept thiazcle). New York, Interscience Publishers,1flb2. 403 p. i11La. 24 cm. (The Cbeai..try of heterocyclic compounds, a series of monographs, V. 4) Includes bibliography. 1. Heterocyclic compounds. 2. Nitrogen compounds. 3. Sulphur organic compounds. i. Title. I 0 2 0 0 0 0 9 3 9 8 5 QD400.B3 •547.8 52-C6 _G ; Ltbrary of Congress ( ~. ..»„! I'V,-Or+e..-~ .,r.~--•---~- .
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l 50329 7522 i a 431 •,ElagO la ~ Cr CYeYr:r::•, W. G. 0~! FIBvA'JS Pcd3i EI:YS l.Lt a':"r yL}-A 1967 i~::= , 432 pagcs Pleuv*.: rxteo NeH York 020Q' nQ2-3.997
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fv L. J. 50329 7503 Dun's . . *Keywords:*,NR Industries. TW`!rm "1- ORR~`emm"Nsm Dur's 104 (No. 6) 43-56 (Dec. 1974) (in English) _ -F - • ~ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET XI Coi-74 s.p. : '
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T-- ( j t. author. ~ 01 ~ 50329 7501 Oti•r_r, Lawr6r. tip ", A2v Ih"rs?S"'I; :4T+.~~J CF THE RASIC P':C(:ESSES INVaL17"M I: %t:Z K:*.IIA;. I:w'~EXIN.^. bF fl(ICUM",r"CS, by :.aarencc: n. Olivcr; Claude Hitchell; Edarsnd CJ. Fitzpatricit, and Herbert Jacobson. 1966 vario•aslp pagad Clearinghouse for Federal Scieititic ond Technital information Washington ~ : 0200 0 0 2-3 9 7
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50329 7514 TP 370 Am 1970 P~IDL /FOOD--INSPECTION/ FOOD---EROCESSING/ FOOD--QUALITY/ SANITATION MANUAL FOR ~OZEN FOOD A MANUAL TO GUIDE FROZEN FOOD PACKERS IN TMEIR OVERALL SANITATION PROGRAM TO WSURE THAT THEY MAY CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THE AMERICAN PUbUC WITH CLEAN, SAFE AND WHOLESOME FOOD, AND TO MAINTAIN THE ENVLA6LE PUBLIC HEALTH RECORD OF THE AMERICAN FROZEN FOOD INDUSTRY I Copyri9ht, T470 AMERICAN FROZEN FOOD INSTITUTE WASHINGTON. D. C. i FIVE STEPS TO THE SANITARY QUALITY OF FROZEN FOODS -! g q j~ !g Mq. o~nnn~~3 990 I
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` Vit,RIANCE/TA$TE-=TESTING/ MEASURF.MEt'T-Tk:(:fiT'IQiiE/ Peiteplawl and J11o/or SLi11r, 1974; 38. 279-282. ©1'crccptual and Dfotor SkiiL 1974 FtYE.UMSkMM pE=.'L'UE dNALXM-Ctllr VARIANCE: # IkMWAAI-JUIi7f,~A` '/tL HIAS} t LESLIF 1.iELAMED IiMrijbs S1a:e UKir.rliey, Dayton Sr.ratary-An analysis of variance procedure was applied to the results of the Dressage competition at the 1972 Otympie Games to invcstigate two sotuces of bias which could arise in human judgments. Analyses showed signifi• i tant differences in the average ratings of the competitors by the five ;udt;s in- diating possible differences in judgmental standards. A significant interaction betvreen country of competitor and judge was found when the results of the second round of performance by the Russian and West Gcrman teams K•crc com- pared. + Much controversy has centered around the 1972 Olympic games in Dfttnich,, ranging from a criticism of the German police for their handling of the murder of the Israeli adhktes to the "bias" exhibited by judges in a vnriccy of events avhere scores and medals were awarded on the basis of human judgments rather ' than on "objective" criteria such as height, distance or speed. Of particular interest to psychology are the various problems surrounding the use of human judgments in evaluating competitors. It appears that the iL7A~ 1 - Z1 L _
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50329 7521 ' firanbl6tiou ; F.fi~'T9 ~C'GYL'F31~t~r-Plol ; FIZIOLGGICh:A-1C:IiaCh~~.SF:I PiZc:Df'C,SiAVKI KA DF.GI•tSTA'YSIZ :TI ~:dA TYtJTYL~Lk. (Physio3ogic:l-c:^vtaL:a1 premises of t.i e ! NA ~ Prostossrdovp h'. N. ~ ~ ~ organoleptic evaluation of tomc:;.o. ) j Translation from: Bulgarski Tyutyun (Bulgarian Tobacco) I r, (No 4) 155-`7 (1w~0) 0 x 0 4 n 0~3 9 9 6 . .+.~-+.. ..e~., :,.w-s.-..': r..-..-.. , ...
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50329 7513 QD 251 Sp 1973 Aliphatic, Alicyciic, and Saturated ~eterocyclic Chemistry Volume I Part I Aliphatic Chemistry Part 11 Three- and Four-membe; ed Rings (Carbocyclic and Saturated Heterocyciic) ~ Part I II Fkve.- aadi` - Sbo-membered~ - Rings; Medium-sized .RInVr: Orldge&., ati& Caged: Systems--(Carb©cyclis and : SatueAftdkk"cii~ -- - Aseciaiist Periodical Report ~ Akview of the Literature Published during 1970 and 1971 The Chemical Society Burlington House, London W1V OBN.
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50329 7516 U.S.--SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY/ FORECASTING/COMPUTERS AND COMMUNICATIONS/ENERGY/S: MEDICAL CARE--U. S./TOBACCO-sSMOKING•,-PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING & HEALTH/ TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEqhTFI E.FFM(DEVELOPING NATIONS/ xNWtR36t TOBACCO--SMOKING--HEART, EFFECT ON/ HB U. S. National Science Foundation 3730 THE FIVE-YEAR~QdT LOOK: PROBLEMS-, OPPORTUNITIES AND~ Un CONSTRAINI~ IN ,BCIENCE AND TECf(1~OLQGY; '; VOL. I & I I 1980 = (V.I contains index to v.II) I t r c r ~ ~ ~~
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50329 7524 .i SIFigh, }-:. A. n -r- - •-s . .F 07n, CT7 ~.~. ' y J .t aud 12. 1962 ,, 2hp C~G ~!_ 4' LtL.e Co. ',aw Fr.k 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 3 9 9 9
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50329 7510 . Pipar, C. Vz FIVE OP.IL':iiAL SPECIES OF BEANS Eull. U. S. Dept. A,gr. Ho. 119, ].-32 Sept. 2, 1914 O 0 2 0 0 A 0 2 -:3 9* 8 6
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~-_--~ CILIA AND CILIARY MOTION/CILIARY ACTIVITY/EPITEiF.LIUt•I, CILIATF.D/rCAI',S'[.TAlt RC 261 S1 1974 2 C. YDJLC: CILIA and FLAGELLA w A.J ./ ifme~r .n.w p.....id, ..Wf,M.. o~..~.~ !/Z«%r. vij-~ -Yea.W. Lyi..a , 1974 ACADEMIC PRESS • LONDON • NEW YORK • Edt~el Ij M. A. SLEIGH oZootl0 ~2 3998
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50329 7526 QD 77 FI ~ liii!- Orb;alnIC 1•i'Olgrel:ts UziE'ii lll S,rlaN'Iinciric• 7au._l ttvlu111~~:ric ::.;,tj ysis. New York, lt:ter.•cience I'nblisher;, 1P-iS. zit, 300 p. dlagra 24 cm. (Chemical anal,czis, Y. 4) IE3lbliogranhical fi,otnotea. 1. Chemtcal tests and iraaent9. 2. Chemtstry-, Organic. i, Ta:e. (Series) QDi7.F54 4 ~ 544.11 Library of Congreqs 0e4i=t1 oz0 O'n0 2 .-4 0 0 -1
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50329 7525 , . I w ANNUAL REVIEW OF MICROBIOLOGY VOLUME 31 MORTIMER P. STARR, Editor Vniversity of California, Davis i JOHN L. INGRAHAM, Associate Editor ; University of CaLtornia, Davls A. . BALOWS, Associate Editor ANNlIAL REYIEMii UNC 1U! EL CAMINO WAY ~..--- . . •. _ . 1977 PALO ALTQ, CALIFORNIA %10i .'~.' _ _z...... s . " . , • . ~ .4 V'Q4 n 0 2 0 Z 0'. O ~ ' -- - -~ -- -„-. -.. _ . ANTIBIOTICS--BIOSYNTHESIS/BIOSYNTHESIS/FUNGICIDES/PHYTOTOXINS/ WHANE, BIOGENcSIS/METABOLISM/0IL SPILLS/PETROLE'UM MICROBI®LOGY/ lLACXA'_ EAC?$RW4WATER--POLLUTION/BIOLUMINESCENCE, BACTERIAL/ . . J
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50329 7527 78 xI Adj-. 79 - S.r^~ RJR CLASS NO. PAHPIiLET 78 XI' Ad-79 S.P. . WHEN INITIATIVE BECOMES U:IDRINKABLE. ~ (Quand I'initiative devient imbuvable). `~ Flai'r, 1979, p. not given, (May, 1979)* (in French)* Fredsrio Lorrain rebukes the Cood '.'ompiars, who are etill bo,ing to ban f Liaareltt and drink advertising in Switserland. lte points out that no loigaretts advertiseeMent is swre than a brand advertisecient, and does not 1iaplr that saokinglis good. The whole situation could becooe ridiculoua, vith.tilas banned because the hero rawkes, people called "Bonvin" being ~obli~ed to c!uan3. thoir nas~e eto. 02 00 ~~0 2 4 o0x
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50329 7529 w. 1?. Annual review nf y~:.~•c1 cbe~:~~ry. v. 1Oa9- /95.i s J~h Stanford, Cslif.,.Ircnsil T:e:•;ews. 4 v. illus. 23 c.:. Editor : 10Z4- (i. K. Rollefson. 6 L Chemistry, Phssfcal and theo:et+.cal--Yearbuoks. 2 Cheraistrs, Pbysieal and theoreUcal-B?bl. L Rollefsou, (}erhard KroSo, 1800- ed. QD1.A732 541.058 A G1-1G;i8 Ddlnnesota. Uclv. Ltbr.`. ~ for Library of Congress i58Alt -----~a~.---•- --. - ~- . 0 2 0 4 n o 2 4 0 o 4
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. .- . f~+...~.:.a....,issaV..+.~a..~J.+..~...~c us ~..~.a~....1..~a..~w~..w....r.....~_ . . . . 50329 7512 F1VjW-kW--SLi€-,UIIW'REb CO.+~ieoMO~; WtTM-u ` (EXLTUDIN~c oxtMI-E3),, 4w ,~~Nfff OMEN b7iloty, Rfchard N., ed. F:VE- AND SIX-r.MOERJ COMAPaL::DS W7:;H NITROGEN t.ND UkYG EN (f:3iCt ~Ufilt:G O:.A:.OL£S), (The Cr.e-aissr~ of lteeerocyclic Cu:WLr:;io` A Ssriea of :Sosogrs2hs, Vo2vn: I7). . 1962 493 p, IntarsctancQ N. Y. 0 2 n tf n..0 2.1 9 8 8
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50329 7530 --~- -- -~ DISSERTATION.S--ARIZONA STATE UNIVF.RSITY/ . CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--LIQUID CHRONATOGRAPHY/ . INSTRUMENTS AND INSTRUMENTATION/ I 117 M ' i 'RAY 1LT ~ ' ` _ ~I ~ ~..... -----.._..._ ._._._. _.. ~ ~ `Y......_.. ~.,_ ~ ~. 75-6335 QD t•IItfRY, Richard Allen, 1938- - O DEtF( R E SP L POR h .1974 DE1- Arisona State University, Ph.D., 1974 ' Chmistry, snalytical Xerox University Microfilms, AnnAre«.MicAlyanN106 ~ .. I ~%~~Q ~t124'00* 5
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50329 7532 ~ --- . , i ~ CELLULOSE--PwROLYSIS/POLYMER. & POLYMERIZATION/FLAME RETARDANT FIBER ~ FLAME RETARDANT CHEMICALS/W00D-=PY.ROLYSIS/ TEXTILES--TESTING/ , - ~ OD FCAIK'1~A1lMY dW- 6 + 321 CF~ 1ftA;TERtALS* Edited by ( Hi Part ti ~ 1976 VOLUME ELE VEN FIRE AND FLAMMABILITY SERIES x oai Cld2C y..,,, w.a.~~ 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 7 0
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50329 7511 . . I MeA7 -7, 9 F,. ~~'~!0~'B"l+JI~ S.P. Xavier Gilbert and Peter Lora e n .-,r.. 7-7 ~ d ..' . : g ' European Business, 'Fall 1~74~-,''pp. 57-63 .y does No self-resQectizg cornpaji uiithout a planning process or Vstem. Managers hsre been pushed, prodded or propelled to co::centrate on jormal plan- uing for the compaay, but despite such dedication, cast histories abound of jauter or irrelecaRt processes. Forecasting replaces planain„ information is hoarded nke gold, the planning process is sheleed in tim.u of crisis for more "urgent" mettas--•the list of probhms is long and dipressing. . Although the formal planning Vstem work.c when tailored to each compa• a r.egs, IQ a.0orf)rojqes~ ~ "sxstj" for jorm~tal plcnr.in,g. Thiu . A widely accepted approach regarding the design and imptemen- tation of an efFeccive formal svstem for a company's long-range plan- ning is that the system design should be contingent on the specific situa- tional setting of each particular firm. A given formal planning sys- tem should thus be "tailored" to the specific corporate strategv, the organizational structure of the firm, the behal ioral sty les and prefer- ences of management at hand, and other factors. Because of this, there 9 a-W b~o such thing u a generally applicsble implemcntztion of a . 2. T/u orerall purposr of gr formal planning prccrss rry ly undcrstood at all the organization that are inrol: j. ThCrt must be at 11Gst comntorr rrquirrments itsa. dardization of contents, , linls, methods, tee., ojehe f; rystcrn. 4. The formal planning . integrated u.ith the othcr r,m tems of the carnpanr, such its rnana3trntnt control sr: mart information sys:cm. ( j. Line mar.agrrs mus 1t aol:cd in the forrnal plar. i Ir
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-, 50329 7502 ~ XI Col-77~ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET XI.Col-77 s.p. Dua'e Reviea . S.P. : THE• FIVE BEST-MANAGRD C0:4PANIES# Dun's Rev. 108 (No. 6) 39, 42-44 (Dec. 1976) (in English) *Reywords:*_Philip_Morris. _.._~ . ~ lA 1 i i t f d d f ~ o ec o s bns ma e in ear et b years bktd mde bi est earn eer mare an its- '~ bi t eom ned in 1976 to produce an alltime iibtit t thtm -ngs contruon yeoe paren co- _'.' 4 record year tor a3$ressive, innovative t pany. And a five-year spending program Philip Morris, fnc•, the world's fastest- 1 came to fruition is some hi.-hly efficient growing tobacco company. More than a ~ new plants that wil slash. future prod- decade of laboratory work finaliy began ~ uction costs. As Phiip Morris Chairman paying off with the introduction of Merit, ~ Joseph F. Cullman 3rd told shareholders which the company claims is the first low- ~ at the recent annuat meeting: "We are : tar cigarette to boast full flavor. Miller ~ beginning to realits the benefits of the Brewing Co., a costly 1970 acquisition ital expeaditure program in ~ lar est ca , g p nifcantly incressed its share of the ~ our histo -a rodmatel S2 billion:' , - . .. 02F_ 4 0M 0 2 3 9 7.A • . ,. ~- ~ _ ---- --- - __ _- --- ---- --- _-~- _ _ ___ ----_---~
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50329 7535 QD 181 Pi 1998 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--TRACE ELEMENTS--DETERMINATIONi TRACE ELEMENTS--ANALYSIS/ FLUORIMETRY/EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY/FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETRY/ FLAME ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROMETRY/ACTIVATIO.N ANALYSIS/ ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/X-RAY FLUORESCENCE SPECTROMETRY/ MODERN METHODS FOR TRACE ELEMENT ANALYSIS MAURICE PINTA Research Director Office de la Recherche Scientifique . et Technique Outre-Mer 93140 - Bondy - France Rondd M. Scott, Professor, and Kris6naswamy RenW, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Eastern Michipa Unirersity, Yqilanti, Technical Advisors Ttanslated from the French by ANN ARBOR SCIENCE S'!'S, esoospoea/ed PIJRJSHERS INC AM Arbor,Mwir P.O. BOX 1425 • ANN ARBOR. MICH 48106 ~ 0200R0~40
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50329 7517 TX Re2 •li~ S.P. 1 . P.r.c/vr.d aad.14dor Slilli, 1` i,,,•5-G"8. rj Ba-Krptual and M4Hta-SL7IIs l')''1 ~~ IMMEDIATE CARBON 1<tONOXIDIi TSTIi1fATGS ANI) r C``tt~~ f11. SCLF-RI:f'ORTI:U Si•tOla.\'C;~ ., ".DAVID M. DAUGHTON, llt\'ING I:ASS,-G \V/ILI.IMM BELL Region.rl CbeJl Cawtrr LrM.reuitr a/ Ne4nalr Cullexe n/ Afediciue , `ALAN WASS ifweriaat LrKg rluoci.rtio+r a/ Nebr.rllr Swww+rr._--&•cause carbon munoxiJe (CO) is an easily undersaxf 0 0 O~At~n tl : Jangrr of cigarctte smukinE, new bn-rth CU analyzcrs may be useful in ccssatiom pnigrams. Self-repornd eisarcttc aomumpriom and brrath CO correlared .70 t usina a 90-scc. CO-dctcrminatiom netlunl. Snu)kcrs avrraFing l' Jaily cig- arattcs had avcrag< lwvrth CO of 2-i parts per milliun f ppm). f_Ifin4 to l.'1 ~ ppm fur smtilcrs claiming at lrast 2•i-hr. abscinrnce. C:irrespin.ling carbus- yftcrrrnKlobin (COHb) cstimatcs wcrc 4.34!'b (slightly ahuve \\'urlJ Hralth (Npni:ation 4!", safcty limit) and 1.39;'f. Smt,king clinics t.rn uu f-()- t»unitruing Jvwices hir f.ti,llwck or survciUancc, althuuglr ft-.•Jtxu:k would ptuvide the most bencfits fur participants. . Among the toxins present in cigarette smoking, carbon monoxide (CO) .uul nicotint may prt:aene the i;rracesc acute dangers (1, 9). Nicotine increases the hearts oxygen requiremenrs, while CO by combining with ltemu,I<rhin cu (cwm carboxyhemuglobin (COHb) reduces the availability of oxygen. Smokers Q1re ifeacil riso of:$ral heart attacks than nonsmokers, and the nicocinc•C.O combination, by reducing the threshold of ventricular fibrillation, may be the swsati~re__l ink__111-
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50329 7518 1• - ~ •Vol- 51- 1973] ' Fixed Cell-bound Lipase in Pieuulomonas • .. .. ay~ (J. Ferment, Technol., Vol. S I, No. 12, p. 895-903. 1973) 71 II Re-74. S.P. . Yoshi~tsugu KOSUG~ and Hideo SUZUKI ...e~ T n1 p ~ 161e'. ... . ~. - . •Fermentation Research Institute. Inage. Chiba f hdlfibri olive oil emulsion.. The fixed lipase could be used continuallyoryroyss o trutyn and triacctin. : Lipase produced by Pserrdonronoi nrepkitico var..lipolfNcc was obsrr.•ed in the eell-bourd fraction-when the bacterium was grown iti a tnedium which contained am- monium sulfate. When the cell-bound fraction was incubated at 45°C for 24 hr in a phospha•e buffer at pH values from 6 to 7, the bound lipase was easily rcleased from the cell. However, when the cell-bound fraction was maintained at 70'C for 30 min in acctate bufier at pH 5.0. 90'; of the cell-bound lipase was fixed to the cell. 'I he fixed lipase was hardly liberated even when the preparation was incubated under conditions favorable for rclcase of the ccll-bound lipase. . The fixed lipase activity exhibited 83;; of the soluble tipase activity extracted from . the ccll. The optimum temperature and heat stability of the 5xed lipase were the same as those of the soluble lipase extracted from the cell. HoN-ever a significant difference between the two prcparations was observed for the activation energy of hydrolysis of 0 2 ~ 0 ~- p~'3 -9 . q q
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o a eo ~AI rj r•iiv or0 IR Es ~ FA s E S/~~ ~~ ~'~'~ ~ . _ . . f~~ //YorO AI6rl~/~ t--/!4/A L~II ~ l F QD//~Ro ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY 02 n 0 n 0 2 4 0 1 SJAMES W. ROBINSON Departmeut of Ctiemist,y
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50329 7548 i III ~ ne2 : . ; . . ~ . AtSU ~~~ p; o°~: CfI F:r T~~`i~'~ai ~`~ 317-32 (1966) 12ev . ~FFl• Spact~ ~ Clop I A 02o0no2A 0 a. 1
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50329 7534 -- , , a;+ I 7S'r [;4.f ~ ~ interference on Magnesium by Trace Concomitants in ~ =.~_ ; Atomic Absor tion Spectrometry~ ~~ =S"wOww3ftw C. T. Chen and J. D. Winefordner°t Contribution from the Department of Chemistry, University of Florida, Gainsville, Florida, U.S.A. 32611 Received : July 12, 1974. Accepted : June 4, 1975. ~ Resume: Les interfJrences causees par la prcfsert- acetylene flow rate and applicatiort of an cl, ce de traces, qui ont gl-neralcntent W ncgligiea trical ficid across the sprayer and burner 1<<: dans les communications precedentes, sont etu- are considered with respect to the 319 atomic n diees clans cet article. On a¢nvisagi l'influence sorption signals. de la faible pression de vapeur des gouttelcttes d'eau, du point dc fusimt eleve des particules so- Introduction _ 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 0 0 7
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QD 50329 7544 95 ~ De . _~...~._ ... ~.....,_~~ . _~.. - .. -~...-,...-^-..~-' - ,..~'r]a.- wr.fs:rtem-spretrCeKtz7% % Dasm, John A. (ed. ) MME E•iISSI4NN A:ID A7MIC ABSO RPi 0N' SMTRC;.!'F;. 7L'L. 1l?"I,3.EuRY, edited by Juhu A. Dean aad Theodore C. Rainst V, I969)-'/1 435 FsRee M,arcal Dekscsr ttese York, N. Y. ; . . ; a~ 0 0 0~ 2 4 0 1 7
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APPLICATIONS IN ' AGRiCULTURE BIOLOGY AND MEDICINE - GARY D. CHRISTIAN FREDRIC J. FELDMAN 1WYERSITY OF KENTUCXY •ECKEAAN INSTRUMENTSy INC. WILEY-INTERSCIENCE, a Division of John Wiley & Sons New York • London • Sydney • Toronto L I
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50329 7531 FIBERS--ANALYSISA V. 1,2,3/ KERATIN, V.2/CELLULOSE,V.2, 3/ POLYMERS & POLYMERIZATION--KINETICS V. 2/ TS POLYMERS & POLYMERIZAT.IO~I--DEGRADATION, V. 2/TEXTILE FIBERS, y.2 1449.• FLAMMABILITY OF TEXTILE MATERIALSI.V. 2/COTTON CELLULOSE(STRUCTURE) Ha COLLAGEN/POLYPEPTIDES, V.3/COLLAGENS AND,PROCOLLAGENS, V. 3/ : ASBESTOS, V.3/ ` , ,~ ~ ~ A1` pl~e~l ~ Volume 1-- ° 1978 ; ~D Rs~.E SCIENCE Vol ume 2 --1979 _ _ Volume 3 --1979 ~ ACADEA'1IC PRESS LONDON NEW YORK S.~-'~ FRANCISCO: A Srbaidiorl eyNue.rn Rron lor.wneirh. AiMtsrwrs .s:s...t . 0 x0-0 A02 4076 Edirtd by F. HAPPEY &hool o/Postitraduare Studies in Tixrile Technology. Uniccrsiq ojBrudJord Bradford. Yorkshire England s.- 0
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;,°aEvS!iI:'TP.LCiir^IIa, Sy J. Scbormuiiec. .. z9fs_ b Nev York , 0 'l , 4 V '~ . .~
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' ,SPSCTWS.COPY/INSTRtJMENTS kTB; INSTRU:fENTATION/.TRACE ELEMENTS=-ANALYSIS/ l~TkT.S--AIlAI.YSZS f,$IOL'OGICAL -CHEMISTRYa=.~ XSI~/ . , . ; : : . , Y1<~Q~~~~.JCE SPECtRO OPY ffiKISSUP SPECTROSCOPYtlt.m EMSSIO'K 11PE GOP!/FLAME PHOTO*iETRY/ _ py ;"~ Atomic Absorptioni~pectrosco u 19 t• APPLICATIONS IN AGRICULTURE, BIOLOGY, AND MEDICINE GARY D. CHRISTIAN FREDRIC J. FELDMAN YNNEOi1n Of RENTtJCKY EECKMAN INSTRUMENTS, INC. tE70E10T0/!. KEfITNCKY- FULLERTON CAUFORNIA WILEY-INTERSCIENCE. a Division of John Wiley & Sons Ntw York • London - Sydney • Toronto t .
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. C T"ho Encyr,lopeJ;a of spectroscul,y. Edited by Clark. Now York, Reinhold Pub. Corp. 11960j z.t, 78'1 p. fiSua., dtagrs. 27 cm. Includes btbfiograpbfes. ^eorge L. i 1. Spectrum analssia ed. i. Clarr,f3eorge L[ndenberg,189'r- =.ri1.E5 C. '~ 635.84082 G0-53023 Lbrary o! Congress '--y A O2 nQ0 0 2 4 0 3, 0
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!s/IIIIOtq! i;= 50329 7538 • ft&-IMIufth&MI QD 541 ' Cr 1978 3neTIfOltMY/ ,im[bi~~ IlIDl~1 -~ ~ r Solvent extraction in flame spectroscopic analysis Malcolm S. Cresser, PhD, DIC, ARCS Department of Soil Science, University of Aberdeen Butterworths LONDON • BOSTON Sydney • 1Vetlingtoq • Durban • Toronto .. L 'oe 020 0 0 0 2 4 0 1 1
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I 1~-b Ar.iericar. Society for TestY~j !Viateria-ls. S••mposium on flama photometry; presented at the Gft;'- fnurth annual mP.etilla, A)nrrican Society for Testinb :1Jate- rials, Atl^ntic City, N. J., June 19, 1951. PPhiladelphia 119521 120 pp illus. 23 cm. (Its Special technical publication ro. 118) °Sponaored by Committee Fi on Cement and Committee D-2 cn Petroteum Prcducta and Lubricants." Includes bibliographies. . L Phorometry. 2. Cnemistry, Aaalytie. i. Title: Flame pbct tometr7 (Series) • .QC391•A47 {~ 545 52-2`r:il L'brary of Congress ~ t.•,3h5j 4 2 0 ~ n 0 2a 0 2 5
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. ... . J i 50329 7554 WD Berl, Cvaiter George, 1917- ed. \~ B5 c I'~~ 193~- a in chemical analysis. New York, : c::- I 3 v 111ne. 24 em. ~ I Includes btbllographles. L(hemtstry, Analftic. 2. PhSstcal niensurementa Q,D7S.B4 544 6$t„~ -6$.,t„ w . !SO- Ltbrarr of Congress \_J i O 2 n ftn 6 2 4 U2 7
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50329 7537. Fi.AMW D"SSi'ifW AW /tTOOTC" AH8W4'R Vf.!l,. 1. TEr.o."'I. Ve'4 ,2. Besr:, John A. FL,.4'.-,`v,. F:±LSSM'r: i:.:fl AiO:•7L' AnS~:Zi''ilt~:4' SFECa'R(T•iETR:. VGr.. 2•?`T:i.EO?T,, oditod by John A. DaaZ and Tri6adore c;. Rai nrs V, ? -'7Z ~ . 296t ~ 1,943 paRas Msresl OakAar ttav York, N. 7. ) 0 2 0 o-A n 2 4 0 1, n
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50329 7545 CIGRRETTES--LESS HAZARDOUS/CIGAREITES--TAR LOW/CIGARETTES--'.VICQTIi+TE LOW/ RJR TRANSLATION RJR CLASS NO. TRANSLATION Izard,• M. C. *(no affil.)* LOW RISK CIGARETTES: WHERE ARE WE HEADING? *(Cigarettes a "faible risque": jusqu' ou aller?)* Flames,4uwe ~~,1;47a (No. 69) 136-137 (Winter 1977/78) (in French - complete English translation available.) - RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240,Se ~it is not very desirable to concentrate all our efforts ~~ ~ ' onrieducing the amount of nicotine. It is better to attempt to find a balanee between the tar and nicotine, and therefore obtain satisfaction , without a risk. Moreover, the effect of nicotine varies from one individual to another; this has already been measured. In laboratory . 02 0 0 n 0 2 4 0 1 8 1978
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:_ - .__ -_ ._----~------ _F - ... ~ p329 7553 {' ~5 t i i M l T cr a n~ a s. ; est S A Americar. Society for i Sy;nposiur.a on sl:ectrosrop;y. Pre:ented at the t'h:+-u i.i : ' ' cific area nntional lneeting, San Francisco, Calif., Oc~. 1:a 15,1950. Philldelphla 119601 245 p. rilas., diagrs., tablex. 24 cm. (Its Spccial teauilcnl p,,1tl 21 lication no. ~) Iacladcs blbUographlcal rcferencea. 4 l 1. Spectrum analywis. 2. cpectrochemtstry. QCG151 !i5w 1059 544 6 . . A .~ f 1 Library of Congress ;, LEfikl% ----<+.--~.-.- F. r. Tttle. (cenles r GO-9;.?"tJ . . J. . O ~O~ c?02~0?,b
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1 9 0rzovoo70.w -4zc% fla+N eQCld =5R-vad Ima8ea ZST 016T tGf- 'Tow nT Or,dvsSc•sa;,j ;o BaTir-a ;w:xrsr:3tsuc3nj) UMhl OIt:HOcO Z-0 I~JT~ZJuZ:;.^~~J $RZ •.1 .y •r=szo9 a0 861 BSSL 6ZEOS r, -..:."s
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50329 7551 ~~~~~1 _ VL' L itAt- 2'f6ll!TA1JA3fR 991 'cow- INFRARED SPECTF.OSCOPY/RAP111N SPECTR05l:UPY/SCr1TTi•.ItiltG/;cF.FRACTF.O~l':Titi`i ,1'.;;, POLARI*tETP.l', V. 6,10/MICROSCOPE ANI) MIC£.OSCOPY/I:l~FCTRON MICROaCOIP; / sl Q° Ko r~I:EE.`FISE QN ANALYTICAL CHEAjjSrrjvty 1965 , ' PART I Editcd by I. \I. 1:OL'i'HO1--F TIIL0I:I' ANI) I'RACTICC &hoof of Chcuaistry, Uairersiry of a/inncsura VOLU1f L' 6: SIiCT/0ND-3 (conlPnuect) s~xt YIIILII' J. EL1'I\G Optical \tethods ot Analysis ~ Dcparlurcnl ojChcuuslry, Gnwcrsrfy of .1ltc/u;;c:,; \- - INTI;RSCII:NCT PL')ZLISI[I:RS /~~~ ~ with tho roistr,ncc of lac\1:ST It. S:~~lll:Ll. Sdool of Ckanis4•y, University of JJirincaufa a di.7sion ojlohn 11'itcy cC Sons, A'tv York-London-Sydnry - . a 20-0 nn a40 2.4
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9•1:ti d-Z U U:U U T p. .; E 9SL 6ZE05
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50329 7562 :lfethotls of biocheu:ical aralysis& v.1- 11Tew York, Interscitnce Publishers i1954- 1 v. !llus., dtagrs. 24 cm. Edltor:..1- D.Glick. 1~L Chemistry, Analyttc. 2. Biohgtcal chemiLstry. ~ Glicb, Dacfc,~ Q,D271.Iti4a k~~ 643.8 64--Wi ' Library of Congress Iss1io,. - 0 2. n 0- n n 24 0 3 S
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50329 7543 CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC INSTRtJaENTS/CEEEMICAL APPARATUS/ELECTPONICS/ I ELECTRON SPIN RESONANCE/7C-RAYS--SPECTROMETRY/RADIOCHEMICAL ANALYS:S/ PI.A1i Sm$lw$rli.'1mE'!l /ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/REFRACTO%rMW; ElQSSION SPECTROSCOPY/INTERFEROMETRY/POLARIMETRY/MA.SS SPECTRO".ETZtY/ aP'tICAL ROTATORY DISPERSION/THERMAL ANALYSIS/GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/POTENTIOMETRIC VhLYSIS/ pS DETERMQNATION/POLAROGRAPH AND POLAROGRAPHY/ELECTROLYSIS/ COULOMETRIC ANALYSIS/AMPEROMETRIC TITRATIONS/CONDUCTIIMETRIC AtALYSIS/ - . ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION SPECTR1lINIS'sBLE ABSORPT40N SPECTRA/ FLUORESCENCE SPECTROSCOPY/PHOSPHOP.ESCENCEJINFRARED SPECTROSCOPY/ RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY/NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ ~n °3MC~G~J4'C~ uG~] 0 0 0 &" ~~::J ~ 2 c. NO4LMrr N. VNLLAlIO Na.ar- En4rknof Cf*rnisuv i U~iv.rmr of Mienq.n fHtl' Ednd.. 1 LYNNE L MERnm. JR. Pro(ss.or of CMmimy • • Inaian. Univ.niw JOHN A. DEAN Prat.ssa of Chemistry 1rAwsity of T.nnessem at KnoKVifl. ~ O. VAN NOSTRANO COMPANY Mr Nwr Y.! Cbrrnw T.w.u t wrm O ~ - . :
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50329 7566 1. Chemlatry, Analytic. QD75.Zp25 ~ "~ 543 5G-Gv" ^ 3 Tdbrary of Congress ~~ 125, i j'75 Adranced analvtic^1 chemistry, by Walter War-Iner, Car- QJ K'agx+er, iit; iter,l~"v±- w eace J. Hull, and Gerald E. ALarL-le. New York, Feiia.,;:1 Pub. Corp.,105E. 282 p. !lius. 24 cm. 0 2 O0 no2 4 o3q
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Lapuo7 •pI1 s4oog a,iY~T V7'.~t uap7o;., Vaij:raT; T-1tr Aq UII:T ~LS(n'."+C+. ~ ~ .. LIi S 9SL 6Z E05 -- - - -- _ [aL ~ -
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--- -- ~=-~; 50329 7540 """XT(1MTC ARSORPTTON SPF.CTROMF.TR SPF.( TR(?SC(1PY, M(1LFCUt.AR/ FLUORF.SCI:NCE SPRCTROSCOPY/POT.ARfN:RAPH & PnLAR(1f:RAPHYr CHEMISTRY. ANAT.YTTC--TRACF RT.F.MRNTS--nF,TER"iT*1ATTnN/TRACF. F.T.Fw1R!dTS--ANALYSTS/ KETALS--ANALYSTS/.4CTTVATTnN A*tAT.YSTSj*ttiSS SPFCTRt1*tF.TRTr•, TSnTnPF. A?T.trTTAN/ ~ NBS SPECTAL PURZ.TCATin"i 492/U. S. NATTnNAT. RirRRAlt AF ST.A"ARDS/ 139 Procedures Used at the Nationaf Bureau of Standards 19;, To Determine Selected Trace Elements in Biological and Botanical Materials Edited by: R. Mavrodineanu Analytical Chemistry Division Institute for Materials Research National Bureau of Standards W#shington, D.C. 20234 Sp"MW Msk •~-~---- _ _ . . .--- .. _.. .,_,.....,, U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE, Juanita M. Kreps, Secretar: Dr. Sidney Harman. Under Secretary Jordan J. Baruch, Assistant Secretary for Science and Technology ~ NATIONAL BUREAU OF STANDARDS. Ernest Ambler, Acting Director
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50329 7555 !"`~ SS I M~C (~ ~'b Bl:rricj Martf, Fernando (~. FLiu:e phoiometry, a manual of methods and ,inpl.c;• by 14'. Burriel-Mhrti and J. Ransitr.z-tifuiioz. ;'!'rar:sl ~t0.: from the original Spanish manuscript by AV. C. lls: ,~ ell; 1msterd:lm, i•Jlsevier,1957. G31 p. Plus. 24 cm. Includes biblio$rapby. ~ L Flame photometry. L Rramtrer-Muiloa, J., lotnt autiror. QD117.B953 -1 545.8 L[brary of Conereas ` ~ 112, o. 57-110::5 0 2 n0-n0 2 -402 8
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50329 7573 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 281 Le Lewfn,M. (ed.); Atlas,S.M. (ed,); Pearce,E.M. (ed.); FLAHE-RETARDAMT POLYMERIC MATERIALS. Vol. 1 (1975); Vol. 2 (1978);U-I3</-9f2) Plenun Press.New York, NY.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1579 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 0 5 0
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QD F La"!5 95 H Nctrnmattui, Roland. Chemical analysis by flame pHotoccetry rBY Rolazt3 NerY'mann and C. T. J. Alker~ade. 2d rev. e1. Iransla:e+ by Paul T. 6ilbert, Jr. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1963. xtv, 644 p. illus., diagrs. 24 cm. (Chemical analysis, v. 14) . Translation of Flammenphotometrie. Bibliography: p. 432-469. I s-- a~ n o n o 2 4 0 4 1 i ,`
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50329 7564 i Paech, Karl, 1908- ed. 4d- /. .2, .3, `~ .`.iouerne Methoden der Pflancenlnalys~., hrsg. ti on K. Paech iundl K V. Tracey. Berlin, Springer, 1954- 5(o Tv. illus. 25 cm. Contributions are in German or English; added t. p. in Eng2ish. Includes Wbliograpities. S/I' lI "' YI '/ L Plants-Chemical analrais. i. Tracey, Michael Vincent, joint ed. n. Title. A 55-f,0'21 Georgia. Inst. of Tech. f ~ Library for Library of Congress ta;,6k3jt - 0 2 o 0- n 0 2 4 03 7
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50329 7556 SD 95 D Dean, John Aur;e, 1321- Flame photorr2trc. New 1 ori:, llcGra:.•-TIiIl, 190. 8t4p. Iilus. 24 cm. l,aIcl`*r.i:r-Ei1i series in advanced chemi; ir; 1 Flame photometry. QD51I.D34 0 544.6 Ltbrary of Congress 1301 L...._._a ... _._ 6C-C9"I'S ; ~;~OAt14240 29
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7 . 50329 7533 NTI3/PS-15/75 TS Fire Resistance of Fibers and Ter tiies 1449 Le -'~ 1975 A ~bliograohv, with Abstracts ~Search perrod covered 1964 - October 1975 ;National Technical Information Service ~`-"'a U S JEf'ARTil1E1UT OF COMuERCE 4 Tiele and >uhtitle Sprinatield. Yir9iaia 21161 ONational Technical In(ormation Service 1975 . Al pP014p1f a MMS ouM•c,tWn prNR~M p.-1•.1 coi,M~p u aNM reOrosra~on eW,a~ a u~. uatw tu~n a i,~.•K& m u"ro.Me .ein 1h. Fire Resistance of Fibers and Textiles ~+~"^~asnw..aa.ury.e.acon,ron~c,.,..MO. (A Bihlicgraphy with Abstracts) 7. Awhor(s) Edward J. Lehmann 9. Nerforming OrFanizatiun Nsme and Address ational Technical Information Service '185 Port Royal Road Springfield, Virginia 22161 This bibliography cites research covering the preparation and f~amr:iabili.ty o'; flame resistant_ organic fibers and textiles. This includes flameproc,fir,g addi - tives, flammability standards, and new cellulosic synthetic resins. The flam- mability and safeg of existing consumer products are also included. (Contains Ila ajbtactWW 0 240 2~$
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50329 7567 Chemical aaalysis by flame photometry byj kolanG Herrmarin end C. T. J. A'skemade. 2d rev. id. Translatec.by Paul T. Gilbert, Jr. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1963. ks Herrmana, Roland. xiv, 644 p. i11us., diagre. 24 cm. (::hemical analysis, v. 14) Translation of F1a=enphotometrie. Bibliography: p. 432-469. 0- ~...~-TC;-•.:.~.,,~~,~.~..~.~............ -._ .-.r..,.......,..w.~..-,,___.._...,.._._...,..,__,_,.. o~n nnn ~-ao4~ ti . ~
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50329 7572 , i OD j516 .,, ~i L~•~.~e Fnd ~sca...as a:a't:. . ed., by a~3Lrilt.... .Er E'_los. 1951 ??1 pEzes Arsc!_•m3c P•,;;;as 'nc. New York
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-- -------- - _ ~ _ -- . . a .-- --_ = -. _._ ..~. . . ._._~ .. _-----------_-_.. 50329 _ 7570 BIbLTOf:RAPHY-=FII.MS ANb 't.tlH2"JA1'RSI1'IRE RETARBANr CI?EMICALS/ %~ = &..; 7-PI-P-'I`he Institute of Paper Chemistry _ R •, _ Applefon, Wieconsin XPA~~/~ NUMnfiv. 185 Sut'PLEMCNT 11 _ ., JACK WEINER A.ND I,ILLUlN 'ROTH 1972 ..,. , 1/ L<<"1l,,, Y . Q~ n on 0 2A 0 43
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50329 7561 j ?5 J 7 Jones, Artiinr George. ; AiLulyticzl chemistry : somcs new techniques. \em- 1 urk, Academic Press,19;iJ. 268 p. fffua, 23 cp. ~ Incf+iAea bibliography. ~ L Chenmfatry, Analsttca ~ QD75.J6 ~"~/ ~ '`~ 543 Library of Coegress iZOj 5Q-341; ~ ~x0Qn n n 2 A U' X -4
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50329 7574 XX MeF-11722-76 S.P. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division PACKAGING & RELATED. H-722. Fisl9lE° A`LSISTXtf!''&MFLAME RLTARDANTNAiUIAL6~<.AwRAw06MTUw;z by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and LeRoy Meek. 1974 A collection of material Winston-Salem, N. C. 0 2 0 0() 0 2 4 0 418
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p~~'f>iJ~ 3/Po~C y.EtrEiPr~C~t~ws D1f~aDIrO/N+~~/~Y~ri~~ l~P.C ~1T~ct~ : Pox~ oES~-• o0t yyERr sryR~w~ ~o~y.~,~RS~`Po,c yriwy,~ /~L eo~<~ rA~ ~iV~ Ft wwrR ~' ol~~ llot-N,~ ~elt Adhesi*es rP9i ,Yoowet /?'T/ 1971 o2notlox4MU'4°rla .
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W~_...:_..~... 50329 7560 - FI&SW-Pbawstctults- Iferrmann, Roland. Chemical ftllAlysis by flatue photowrtrr jby1 Roland Her;i tunnn Mid C. 1'. .i. Alnetuade. _>cl rev. ed. Translated ~t Paul 1'. Gilbert, Jr. New York, Intrrscience Publkher~ 1963. 11., BN p. tllus., d1eSrs• 24 cm. (Chemical nnelysls, v. 14) Translation of Finmmenphotouietrie. Ltbllogruphy: p, 432-!GS). 1. Flame pbotometry. 2 Chemistry, Analytic. CornPlis Thcrxlorus Joseph, joint nuthor. tt. Title. t. Alkemad ( Ct•ri.-s) I QD117.Ii413 19G:3 5) }4.G Librnrjr of Couert-ws Cy A4n_i ,. 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 0 3 3 G•'i•-17~Y 1
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XXII MeB -78 S .P 50329 7528 V nyi Chloride Cytogenetics Dante J. Picciano, Ph.D.; ANNOMMPIK.D.; Peter C. Cay, M.D.; and D. /ack Kilian, M.D. NOTICEs This matorial asay be protoct.d by Copyrij;lrt Law (Tiao !7 U. S. Code). This report presents cytogenetic findings from a group of Vinyl chloride monomer has been produced at the Tr'x.n Dtvi- 209 workers employed for up to 2e 1•ears (n the manufacture of sion of Dow Chemical U S.A. since 1946. There are no vinyl vinyl chloride monomer at the Texas Oivision of Dow Chemical chhxide pnlymnizatirxr operations. Average exposure kwels, as is U.SJ(. Crtogenetic evaluation results from Ihis group were 1M case for aimo.t all vinyl chloride monomer pLmts. have becn compared to sesults found in examination of individuais bang generaiiy kswer than thnse reported for facilities involved in considered for employment. Statistical analyses were per• pdymeritation operations." Ahhuugh the threshoid limit values formed on a group basis for chromatid aberrations, ehrome• (or vinyl chloride i.d been SOQ parts per miNion (ppm) until 1974, some aberrations and proportion of abnormal cells; no Dow kid establisMd agoai of 50 ppm or below in 1959.1• The statistical difference of significance was found between the current Occupational Mealth and Safety Administration (OSHA) Iwo groups. Comparison of thcse results with reported studies standard for vinyl chloride is one p;xn as a time-wcightrd-avc: age suggests that the level of cytogenetic aberrations in vinyl over an eight-hour workday. We have found that th-- TWA con- chloride workers Is probably related to the length and kvei of centration of vinyl chtoride for all VC-related job ciassifications exposure, and that risk of adverse genelic effect can be was approximately S ppm from 1968 to 1973; in 1974• TWA con- avoided in cohtroiked, minimal-exposure environmenis. centrationc were 1 to 2 ppm. Since 1973. average kweia of exp4> sure have ixron lowered to less thm 1 ppm. Estimates of average Vinyl chloride fVCi has hcrn reported to h.e carcinogenic in animals' r and twmars boieo' and mutagenk in bacterial test systems! s• Thne have been reports of increased frequencies of chromosnmal aberrations in worken exposed to vinyl chloride at polyvinyl chloride 0'VC) facilities.' '• Simiiar irxroases were not ~~'~^ cy ogene ~c evahutir>2oi Geynan PVC workers" nor . 0 fM>yur iyn imirs r irnplip,st~s qf~,a~of _~v,rx~VC q. 0UAP61Md ALJ . 1 2 rs,) 'I'A 7-s,3o eoA,,~ . r, rm exposure kweis for the years prior to 1968 are kms reliable. Eor the purposes of this study. estimates of expowre were cakuuted (or specific job ciassifications. based on records of both personnel and area monUoring /Tabk• 1). However, actual exposure may vary from individuai to individual within the same 0 classification and accidental. sfiort-term exposures of some workers to concentra- tions in excess of the standard prot»by occur from brne to time. Documcntation of such incidents is difficuit r T
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50329 7579 See FIRE RETARDANT CHEMICALS 02oonp2405I
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50329 7581 f 75 1Ad I a - - r-- i` Vk 9 ;.dvalce3 in Rnalytical chemistry and V. 1- 4 deV York, tn*_qrEC;ence Pubiishers 196 , UJ j!~~ ~~ qV- l1?.139. rdidgr8. 24 cW. 4 o 5 3
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50329 7575 FAB1tICS/TEXTILE, FZBL'12S/ FISS:1tS/ QD 281 Ap 1973 e , APPLIED POLYMER SYMPOSIA NO. 21 Hich-Tempei• z::ure and . . • ~ Fditors: ,~ Held at New York (':it~, New York August 28-29, 1972 J. Preston Chemslrand Rrx-errh Crrerr, J, Sponsored by The Amtrican C1:rnaical Socidy Durhmn, .\orU' ~a W an Intersc~ence u c • P bl' tion J• Economy Tl•.e Carbrirtindum Conu,rtn, I Niagara Falls, .\'eur ) ork published by JOHN WILEY & SONS NEW l0lil: • LO.\DON • SYDNEY • TORONTO ~,~.Yy
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50329 r 7550 . I ,L.•... SPECTROSCOPY/WCLEAR MAG*1ETIC RESOhA: CE SPECT•Rl1SCOPY/ EMISSION SPECTROSrr n)• INFRIRED SPECTROSCOPY./ t11.TRf.VIOLET AIiSORPTION SPEC'PRA/ FLUORESCENCE SPECTP.OSCOPY/X-RAY DIFFRACTION/MASS SPECTRO'YTRY/ ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPF.CTROSCOPY/F[.~`1MQW'!'1lNFLArtE SPECTROMETRY/ ./ ~ 1 123 tta ~' Handbook of S ecL~~oscoV ~ P : Volume I /mVr * /{!01 Ctu.ool hrtc.y. CR"bM.OAM N12t 3 o n.:0 2 4 o 2. Editor J. W. Robinson Deputment of Chemistry Lonitbm Stote Uaireeity Baton Roap, La S
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50311 1goy i0329 7504 III flu2 75 1-IVe FIUt1i Ucaftn` for-Admi6*i~~m V~-•s S.P. ..Tatrr. Clin. Pharm. 15(1)116-23(1975) DOMINGO M. Av1ADO, M.D. .N JAN DRIMAL. M.D. PLil.d.lpbi.. hnna. r a recent article In this Journal, I3clej I and Aviadot dcxcribed the e,trdiopul- monary toxicity of acrasol pmpcllnntx in Fneral. Nine Ihalogcnated hydrorarlMna and halothano were admini+ton,l flirw•tl.• Into tile trachea of ancsthetianl d:r-s. It Lccante aplutrent that the inhalalion of theae propellants in gavoua fo,nn did not indtteo a ttniforw lmttcrn of mdx:tice. $amo of them produced hronrIMrlilatina, othcra a kvsMmic arterial hylrotenrina, a third group hatl avariahle effect on mpirator. miuttto %Ydttntn, and a fourth Rroayi a rariabla e/Ccrt nn heart tate. This clasxiticatinn is heina cxteudtd to includc a total of 1d prnpcllauta in .ew- cral animal sixri.em (sco aerim of artirl: s atarting irith reG~rence 2). The ldtimato aim is /n rrrsamh:rt tbp. nxtfemtial Lnyar.lv Q ozoon o239A acrowdx twtd for tile trrnhairot of btmt• rhial aathma. Thc Stxt i.v that tile brun- cltodihttnnt rtwch the Ilwl; ae acty~ot iWtrticlt!t. whriraa tile Mnnl:lrh.1 exiK•ri. mruta rwmrct•n fhc g+uu4mx 1•orin nf thc ptotx•llant. Thc inhalatirni uf Iunt•tirkw rau pr,"lu4-T bt-onchmltamin u•Lirh tuay not ltc elicited b.• the fin!:. 7•he wrnn:l is that the intratt•achcal n4lministiatioa of prn- prllant, bymra s the larynx, pharcnx, and oral ca.•it., t.•hirli at•c (•xpau•(l to tile ncrtevil when a broAhluNlilatlir tltYldnrt i.s inhalcrl b.• au a.thmntic pativnt. 'I'he di/Cetr.ure IH•ta•ern tile t•ndnh•arlu•;t1 an:l the omphnt;cugn-al route ir tluit tN• irrita- tica of the tuneom of thr, Lu;w.%,11L;u•yn\, and oral cavit)• pro.•okrt an•/lec In•:ul.•. cardia, rystemic ~n!cncoush iotilln, ,~nll ennell 'Pllix :rvunuw ~~ne It/YP1•IINYt !
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50329 7576 ~ 901 a Pa Parker, Jerald D. II~'TRADiJCTIOtH TO FLUID MTSCHA.KZCS AiD PIEAT TRAhSFER. P-?.UZ-n HLCIUMv :t-'M 1~«*1D 8$ :: TAALYSMEa, INTRCDUCTIQ-H TC., by Jerald D. Parker, James K. 8oggs and Edward F. B31ck 1969 612 Pagcs Addtson-Wasley Publishing Hs3nia Park, Ca1.3.f. . ca . Iac . G .r.~y,.-,. .. , ,..~-..-.r-,-•...-... .~ ~ ... .......- . ~ -- D2 qOtlOZrA 04'6 .
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50329 7586 1 ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCOPY/CHEMISTRY,,/ANALYTIC--ATOMIC ABSORPTION TRACE ELEMENTS-ANALYSIS/ QD Varian Associates- Varian chtron 117 ANALYTICAL HETHODS FOR OE- Va 1972 Printed In Australia 9/72 0 SPECTROSCOP' 0 zn 0 0•a2 4 os8
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aboa. zov_our o• f.~:r~u~rw xnded 30 +~3tv3~~auI sa2=3 J,` I (SSt •*?1 soTZas '~ vdi1o.ZlyTo X'I ' .4n72Ca-CCG7t" }~Utfi • L ~ T ~.Fl1• V~4S•L'l• Ma in ILSL 6ZEOS ~ ----~-----
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_r...- 50329 7539 - nn 117 H1 1979 t3a~ ~d FT.AW V4TSSTnN SPF.(:TRn"FTRYATn''/il: AASAQDTTn'0 RpF.CTP.f)Nr'!'9Y/ ATnMTr FT,11(1RRSrFVf'E SPF•f:TRn"rTRY/ CHRMTSTRY, ANAT.YTIr--T*1S'r1RrnKR*'TS/ r..eRT 4 •[RIOD COVfwfd, -I ' ' ~~ IENNIAL VIEW Ov ~tilE ` NISSION, }jlOMIC ABSORP- q -- ~ ~ Interim/qechnical Ile oc: 7~ON, AND ~'O;~IC ~.liORESCEtiCE,VECTRO~~fE'TRY FOR .~ - P~ ~ 1 A: a YT; CAL CI?E'di S i:? Y ' , a !~ zcz ~. 4 e. ~~. Rttlyr,.:. 4;,~~«ti, .~. ~. AUTNO7C(.) r. C RAC i Gary M.~iiieftje ~ Thomas R.~opeland ~ 0 OROAN:2ATION NAY[ AND AGOa[ii Department of Chemistry Indiana University Bloomington, Indiana 47401 ~ 1 . PCLENiMT, a!!Oj[CT, TASK AREA • WORK UNIT NUMC[Ai NR 0S1-622 I. CONTROLLINO OFFIC[ Nf.M[ AND ADDRESS 2PORT OATt r Office of Naval Research ' 78 Washington, D.C. A review of developments.in flame emission, atomic absorption, and atomic fluorescence spectrometry is'presented, and covers advances in instrumenta- tion, theQry; and methodology which have occurred over the period of Nov. l, 1975-Nov. 1, 1977. Both English and foreign journals have been used in compilin an extet~si~, b~,bl~Qgr ph~. Coverage of published articles is d~it~carAheG tf~hn 4nc'~clb~ed~c, and trends in the reviewed fields are noted. ..,
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i 4C 50329 7577 ! 397 ~ U ~;"Mwjpw* U. S. National b`1rEau of Standa:-~is. Energy trarsfer in hot bnses; proceedinga of of the HPS .emicentennial symposium on energy transfer in hot gases held at the K3S on Septeml-p: i 17 and 18, 1951. Washington, U. S. Govt. Print. Off., 195k. , iv, 126 p. illus. 24 cm. (Its Circular 523) O ~OO'n 0 a',-400 6
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0..9 o a~ 0 v u o Z o . ,. ~_:..~~._ .~. . .~ . •cuaZ `atpTx NSO sa•"s£SI ~7G6/18S6T rit lf I a4Ga~~ .~aXi~ti ~ vy.i" nn ~` . SL~ eQS[ 6tFOS
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.. . . ~..~ 50329 7584 r FLUORESCENCE SPF.CTP.OSCOPY/X-RAY DIFFRACTIQN/"tASS SPFCTP.Q'7TRY/ ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTROSCnPY/FLA.,!E P1i0TOMETRY/F"LAM SPKTROHBTRY/t# SPEGTR7SCOPY/NUCLEAR MAGNETIC F,ESOA'ANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ F.MISSION INFRARED SPECTROSCOPYj/ ULTRAVIOLET ABSORPTION SpECTRA/ REF 123 Eta 1974 Handbook of Spe~tros~opy ~ i tRU ; Volume I "Mmol br. 1O O 905 INO) a....ot M.y.Ck..`..,ar. eetn 0 2 A 0 n~ 2 4 0 5 6 Editor J. W. Robinson Department of ChcmSstry Louishna State University E.to. Route, !.a I . ._,~..~..~...~.. ~.~._._
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50329 7585 - ~ ;!ff lm No. 137 vlarw~cva;oret,x.y . • 5 Fa1rsc-41a, t•rCt:Cai ., T:F.iV?0 To c.r.,%3" ^R~s IvinI;-I.C FMOrp."aCi_'iC.''. ~U.::E i?Yi4 L"tii?a iirAYM ST-r.v1 .~m p.fC =Miv. of :IaTr3da, MI.D. Tiaaaia.' :_.C 5 244 -Vegea'. tih±tr*xe£`p :4icrofilia Ann Arbor, i;G;::ig;.a 0 2 0 0 n o.2 4 0 s' 7 I
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50329 7596 , ~ QD ~ 549 Fla~aw;ell f ~~. Sa I Sanl---rs, Paui A. PRTf-'CI^L'r.5 OF Ai:RQSOL inl:iiiiI:1i1wi 1970 ran :Zestrano Keinii0ld Co. 413 Pages '.'e.r York : ,- O;~n~0 0 2d06 9
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i ."o-filp $0329 7s9a RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TP 986 Hi 1902 Hilado,C.J.s FLAMNAtILITY HANDBOOK FOR PLASTICS. Tochnonic Publishing Co., Inc..WQstport, CT.82.(IN : ENG.) I SN = 1547 i ( . I / I 4 0 2 0 o e 02 4 0 7 2
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~ -V • . I V..6JYR'olJ. An Evaluation of the Flame Parameters in the Determination of ~. Vanadium by Atomic o~ptionApa'ftascopy with a Nitrous ~i9tf -K 0 de-Ace-ty{ene~Flarne . C. L. Chakrabarti° ond D. P. D. McNeil Contribution jront the Departinciit of Chemish•y, Carlelon University, Ollarua., Ontario, Caarada, KiS 5B6. Received : April 14, 1975. Accepted : June 6, 1975. Resume: Le dosage dra ranadirun par spcctrosco- pie d'absorptiou atwctiquc a cte ctccclie datis tctce J1aiunie oxUclc Wtrerrx-acclyll•nc riche en carGone, enveloppee d'argon ou d'aznte. Les conrhes dc dis- h-i6ution spatiale des ato»ies rle rauadivnt datcs la flaninre cousidcree aut~ rtO itablies pour diLers t•apparts oa•yda„t/ctrrLuru„t. Oes courbes ont W utilisccs pour clcccicler le processics de reduction dans la lannnne de 1'oxyde dc ra ra(14111611 o- ...__ .,_ ~.. ;~....~s ~. ~ o • ~ ) yo-9fC19-7-1 ture."x Separation of the tiecondary reaction zl,:: of this flame by a shield of inert gas circumvcrti' problems arising from high flame backgruu:' and resulting noise, and thus permits impru: • ` ment in sensitivities and limits of detection." hbran widerstanuling of the factors that influcn, sensitivities and limits of detection, u stud.%• , the parameters which determine the spatial di tribution of free atoms in a flame is neces.'Wr-
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..,.,.,:..,,.._._.. ~...~ 50329 7594 . 55 Bo - 1980 F EXPLOSIVES-=SAFETY :MEASURES/ SAFETY MEASURES/ FIRE SAFETY/ FLWlABILITYr,Y Industrial Explosion Prevention and . Protection Frank T. Bodurtha I:ng~neenn6 DeParuneru E. L du Pont de Nemoura dc ComQany ne-P-1011d ~- • 4/~j~QrL[G'~ 0z00002 4066 McGraw-Hill Book Compan• New Yort Mexico St. Louis Montreal San Fnncisco ]ohannesbur6 A ~anamauckhnd 6o~ot! Sio Paulo HamMn= Tokyo DLondoneliu S= 1Nadrid Toronto 1
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50329 7587 • a 0 .~_.r.~~...i~...a_ . _.. . . . , ._~ - - .~ DISSFRTATIONS__U"1IVFRSITY OF ILLINOIS/ IINSTRUPiFNTS & I*1STRtWNTATION/COMPUTERS--CHEAtISZ'RY/F1.Alt8 SPECTRffMEMi fSPECTROMETRY/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--INSTRUMENTS/ ~ .._. ---- - .# t . _.._~_.._... 76-24,210 Iq00R1lFF, Terry Alaric, 1950- M AUiOMtATED ARC/FLAME SPECTRONETER SYSTEM, IAitrersity of Illinois at Urbana-Chaiapaign, Pb.O., 1976 CAmtstryr, analytical ! Xerox Untveisity Microfifms AMkee. -..,a , , ~ __ _.~.... .. . . . . ..~_~_ 0.. 2+0_ 0 0-0 2-4-0 - 5 4' ._: ~ ~
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50329 7590 CEIEMISTRY,.ANALYTIC--ATOMIC ABOSRPTTA4 SPFCTROKTNT/ 80 111 Am ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPiCTROMET1tY/ ' FcaMEL'ES~AToMI c• A8SE7€~~'~AtYALYSIS4 ~ ~ I AN-: U-R.T E~;~# A symposium presented at the Seventy-eighth Annual Meeting RICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS ntreal, Canada, 22•27 June 1975 . ~,66''r.* ASTM SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 618 O. P. Bhargava, symposium chaimran q0 EIA ~, AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, Pa. 19103 ~~ 0 2 • M 0 0 2 4 0
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50329 7600 FIRE/CO_ziBUSTION/CARBON MONOXIDE/HYDROGEN CYANIDF./PLASTICS--T0XIC0L0GY/ THER*tAL A,ALYSIS--EQt~ P?-TNT/PYROLYSIS/ ~ PHYSIOLOGICAL AND vTOXICOLOGICAL ASPECTS OF-aMBUSTION PRODUCTS: 1245 Na 1976 .INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM , :March 18-20, 1974~ ~ The University of Utah Salt Lake City, Utah Conducted by COMMITIFF ON tIRE RESEARCH COMMISSION ON SOCIOTECHNICAL SYSTEMS NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL NATIONAL ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Washington, D. C. 1 0 .zn e~oz~n7 4 1
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-:.., •.....~,.;,..,_ F00D--PA=GZ::GI - j 50329 7578 74 LNII P.e R.1 J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Pes_arch and Projuct Developrient ..:.~ . -_... .....1 Departments, Science IRforratian Divisioa. r PACtG1GI1tG. A COLLECTIOa• aF' XATg1•;+L7o 1974 - k'inS ton-Saleu, a. C. 700- Food Packaging; General. -0j•.0 • 701- Meat & Poultry Packaging & Central Processing; Storage life testing & factors; Fresh fruit and vegetable Packaging. 702- Child-Proff closures for flexible packages. , 708- 2ion-food or Novel Packaging use of PVC filas & PVC fila in foreiF;nm countries. 710- Plastic filns & extrusion resins; Uses, properties, scrap recovery; recycli::;,. 712- Toxicity of Packaging Material and Co=ponents; ~:igration and• Reactions in Foods & Drugs. .' = 714- Laminating adhesives, Equipnent Processes, `:ateriau, TechniqVes; ' Aluminun ttetallizing of Non-conductors. 715- Heat Sealing; Equipment, Processes, Techniques. 716- Measurement of Adhesion; Measurement of Seals. 717- Powder Coatings. 719- Aseptic Packaging. 729- Heat Resistant Packaging(Cook-In) _ ' 721- Self-Heating Packages and Self-Cooling Packages. 722- FlaM gi"ftaWaftt tbrAft lfttaWa_a Xattrfaft"Aft& Caspoetttoas% 725- Federal LeRislative & Regulatory Activity Concerning all aspects of Packaging and Labelinp,'. ; 730- Ultraviolet, :licrowave and Radio-Frequency Activated Inks &Poatings. : 733- Gr re Inks b Coating` 7 M ck g b~'aterial shortagest& related Econe=.ics. ' $w 2 oon0~_~ ~. - ~_...
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50329 7592 ' .. . . .. . _. • . .~.~ . - -- ~ RAMAN SPECTROSCOPY/INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY/CHE.*iISTRY--COMPUTERS, VOL. 1/ PROTEINS, VOL. 1/INORGANIC MOLECULES AND IONS, RESONANCE RAMAN SPECTRA OF, I Vol. 1/GAS PHASE, ABSORPTION INTENSITIES, Vol. 1/POLLUTION, VOL. 2/ GLASSES, VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF, vol. 2/PLASTIC FIL*iS--THICKNESS MEASUREr!ENT.i Vol.•2/;SOi.IDS--INFRARED DIFFUSION REFLECTANCE ANALYSERS, Vol. 2/ ~ LIQUIDS--INFRARED ANALYZERS FOR, Vol.2/GAS STREAM ANALYSIS, VOL.2/ ; METAL COORDINATION COMPOUNDS, VIBRATIONAL INFORMATION FROM ELF.CTR(`N1C SP?CT,-,j Vol.2/TRANSITION METAL COORDINATION COMPOUNDS,VOL.2/NON-AOUEOUS SOLUTIONS, VIBRATIONAL SPECTRA OF,Vo1.3/ ° FLAW,.. xA" 1~ASITHEMENTS OV, .vo1.31i ~ QC 454 C1 Advances ; n Infrared 1975-Vo1.1 1976=v,)1.2. 1977-Voi.3 and Raman Spectroscopy VOLt1ME 1-rY7s V&&41U1 ..--? _- / y-Z C~, Va&A4ti,..e. • 3 - /Y, ? London • Now York • Rholne 02. 0 0 n 0 2 4 0 6 4 Edited by R. J. H. CLARK ~ Wvrr=,qe f ondon
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50329 7593 CANCT?R--LIVRR/CANCF.R4 BRFAST/T.tP~il:3--CAN('FR CItNCER--Bi.ADDER/~ ~rC'q--nISRASF./ rA%Tr•R'R--Ct:T'F?TTt:S/ CARCINtx:I:NICIT4/WTP.ITInN--OISFASF./CAVf'F.R--CoT.A'V/ oR 465 .Fl 1978 Advanoes in Modem Toxicology YOLUME S EDITED BY i4RYEI.AMA NATIONAL CANCER INSTITU7E MUTAGENESIS MYRON A. MEHLMAN MEDICAL DEPARTMENT MOBIL OIL CORPORATION HEMISPHERE PUBLISHING CORPORATIO Washtngton London . A HALSTED PRESS BOOK JOHN WILEY & SONS • ork London Sydney 0200'n.0 240 65- I
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-- -- - - -- - ,. ~ 50329 7546 • -:. --'-- ti( i J. ~YIROII. Stt. NEAi.tN, S11(2), 163-173 (1976) ~ 4 77 A PZUee- m~myssar n~crat ~~~ or nssac a~aat YORDS: d.t.etars, nitric mrido, traoo qw.titi.. !.4•fionSli. Pw answ .ad C.J. Yoollas LDoratas? ot tho Go..ra.oat Ch.dst, St..iosd St, fwMs itt 9Iq histlaS Ntlieds for tho d.t.etiao of nitsiie aacido aso do.esibod, ad twir det.etios lioits Aotod. Tho'uso of a tlaio ioaiation d.tootor is proPo..d, and the ...os OP vhiah its ooasitioitP toward nitric aodde as fo Ssat3,p al+aao.d is dosesib.d. D.tootor ops.tiag conditions and sapenso ob.r.,etsistios #r. Si..a. --- -------• . . t9 02o.onQ.2 4 0
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A1o.7so.uoacls uos !t~7 .t.rlaurolocydo.rJaads ic7il~osOd r Z 0 sim:RWR19 . jO NO I.L VNI WwEl.I. RQ PuE /~iki 1~OI,LDU.LgQ : ~'~ ld ~ O(f J ry~s~rv~ct~acrs ~ y r n~+ Vx~~r /~assw.~.~~ s~s s7 PPA V.LMId 93I21~/ ~ f ~ 7 6/~1~ 76/~1 ~i~d/!sT iyI a/.j 7.~/s a - /~Y.la'~'lr1~I~lds7iArS •~j/'~~~ ~~L:91Y/~OyO~ DiVb~~ Slr7La1/W/d/0yd' ~i 7 ob1oo 97 hrsd sO ' .:.. d OS w r ,~ - - ------------ -- _ _ _ _- - - - -
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50329 7610 DXCTIONARIES--MEDICINE/DICTIONARTES,LANGUAGE--MEDICAL/ I MEDICINE--DICTIONARIES--FRENCH/ Q 1 210 Fl 11975 DE Ar EED[CNE s ~ pr6face du Professeur Jean HAMBURGER F PC/1eDECtNL-SCiENCES 20, rue de Vaugirard - 75006 PARIS . 5 02a•4n0Z4o8 I ... -- ~
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50329 7602 REF. Q 123 Ki 1975 FEDERAIf CONSUMER VRODUCT SAFETY ACT Incltiiling THE FEDERAL HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES ACT FABRICS ACT THE FLAi1MABLEk= io THE POISON PREVENTION ~'ACKAGING ACT THE REFRIGERATOR SAFETY ACT W uw~X4 1JANDBOOK SERIES By WILLIAM KIMBLE of the Arizona Bar 0 2 n and Adjunct Professor of Law, Univcrsitv of 8'P.' P;A V L, M I N 2f. A n ~ 2 4 IBEpT JUBLISHINa 00. 1975 Arizona
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50329 7591 PYRANONESIFURANONES/SULFUR COMPOUNDS/TIIIDPHENES/THIAZOLES/OXAZOLES/ OXAZOLINES /PYRROLES /PYRA7. INES/ FOOD--AROtiA/ . - VIII.,~e~; )9 , S_. P. _ ~;! '+ ~RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET VIII Me4-79 s.p. -I Ohloff, G., ~'~V. (Firmenich SA, REs. Lab., Geneva, Switz.) THE ROLE OF HETER0AY0MIC SUBSTANCES IN-THE AROMA COMPOUNDS OF FOODSTUFFS. Forsch. Chem. 0'rg. Naturst. 36, 231-83 (1979) (in English) ~ . 1~Heteroatomic compounds have an extraordinarily high odor strength and are often present in flavors in such minute traces that two decades t ago their discovery was hindered because their concentration was O 4 lower than the analytical detection limit. Thus it is not surprising that ~ certain thiols and pyrazines belong to those' organic compounds ~ _ ~ which have the lowest detection threshold known today.~ ~
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~- ..- _- --_~~^~ _._._.W .O.W... 50329 7582 CHEMILiJMQNESCE:4'CE--FLUORIMETRIC AWALYSIS/LUHINESCENCE/ ENZYMIS--Dv-TZRPiI&IATION/PEiOSPHORESCENCE/SPECTROFLUOROM'.VTFY / UTATER ANELYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--ANAI,YSIS/FF.94Lr" SPECTROMETRY/ 0C ~ ~'1971~ Jf. I`...L .` ~ . '; FLUORESCENCE Theoty, Methods, and Techniques by'GEORGE G. GLIILBALILT Dyrtr.Me e/ cheMei,try : . LoidAn. sMN Ueiwnity rs Ne.O.k", 1 ~ N.. o.ks,, coW,;.m . ' with tontribWtions from R. F. CHEN; GOVINDjEE. G. PAPr1GEORGIOU, and E RABiNOWITCH; E. L WENRY ' MARCEL DEKKER, 1NC.. New York 1973 0 2 o A n 0 2 4 0 5 4
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50329 7589 ~ QU 95 Ma OId FLA.rIMS SQPi.y`.~,'PtC3~COYY K+7t=.T.1tN..awTJ/.I1 .~i i T C~.rir*saZv~:ir~ S~ivQ".~~'.~:7 ~U.~. D:partrnwnt of Co:merce, P:atSonal Bureatz oF Sfiandards I4:Lscellanccus Pub3:cwt.ion 201) 1967 i 155 s ages U,S, Depart.ment of Crrcmerce, Bureau Stancta.rds, WashLigton r 0200o0xA 0 6/ -_ _._.. ._ .T.___~._._~,...,_._...:.:~...:. . _-
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50329 7601 75 VIII Re-79 Federal Restister 37(110)tdednesday, S.P. ;i1TTRESSES. MATlRESS1lw3:'~ lf.AMMl1M' TV°'J2Aftl!!1r`!W ;hoficc •of'*Siundardo ~ On Septcrnf,cr 9. 1971. tlle:c r.•as irrtb- , 11SitCd ill ttl}: YCUfSA6 RSCtS:tR (36 F'.:Z. 15095) a tloac: of fir.d:::g tl:at a>'artt- rnabitity standartii a•as ncMcJ for :nai- trmcs to prouct the pu'a::e a, aiust u.n- rrl5onrbla rsi: of the o.currcncR of fire leadiar to dczth, injur/. o: s'::r.:ticar.t property datnatc. tais:nr: froul s::clt l:az. ards 0.; ct42tlNuatu s:o:v b::: niar. or staotdcrin- of t::attresscs and t::c.-atJt- nnt i'rc.it::t:un of satoL•c or toxrc attnos- phart's. A t~rut~.~:cd st:utdatcl. uh:ch t•as prcil:rtiu :rity futrut to h:ot+•ct the rub- llC s:r aa: l. tlu; uarensV.1nL:c I9uN.r:•!r^44 in ti:c tarer 1: ~totlc., lt Nas oLo prcunuraruy found .. . June 7, 1972 02 0 0 0:0 2 40 79
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50329 7617 i TS ~uoy ~+fl The story of Lucky strike, by Roy C. F4 ar•tu ;;;un ... F York, °iJ3ti1 S p. L, 9-1 p. illus. 1fi'y cm. On half-title : New York world's fair cd(tian. 1. Cigarette manufacture and trade-V. S. 2. Amertcac toba; cn company. t. Tltle. Tr. Title: Lucky suike. Ohta State t nic. Llbr. for Library of Congress 0 2 0 2'4 n~ x ,T82260.F ] ta50cjt A 40-3?-t3 . . . .~. . . :. •a~.-.~ ,se1..~.._-.....:__.~...a:x..•..~........s.:na,..+w-.a..a..._
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50329 7607 T 55Ka39?2l ~ r t ka *J . ti ~Tationd Fire Codes A Compilation of NFPA Coucs, 5tandar. ds, Recommended Practices, and hianuals . Volume 1 f) 0 . 1971-72 .National Fire Protection Association International 60 Baticryruzrch Strect, Qoston, Massachusetts 02110 02~ono24pR?.
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50329 7606 t HEATING EQUIPMrNT/XVbx FURNACES/ . ~ DS/ SAFETY HAZAP . SAFETY CODES/LIQUIDS, FLAN4MABLE/SOT.VENTS-- ENGINEERIrG/ ~ 55 s Na 2 C. . 1972-73 VatIdual Fire Codes - A Compilation of NFPA Codes, Standards, Recommended Practices and Manuals , ARCHER 1 C. . ua IaternatJonal 60Ih. tt~r yt~ e3 1 rx.~r~, Sy~cct, uostou, 111assachusctts 02110 ~ ~ ~ ~1 _._~_ _ ,_ - - -- --- ~--- Yolumc Y c~+ Bo1lCP•Filtil"t'Sy.-. ~ Ovens 'IiLis Is one of 10 voiumes of tLe Nationa! Fre Codes pubiisbed annually by the !`atiotud Fire Proteccion Associat:oo. The complete set eoutains the codcs, atandards, reconst••.-ndrd practices, rnd tuan- laals tie.•etoped by the 1<cbnica! eomrattces of ttte AssociN:un aud proee~.iJ i•. .-... .... • 7'it llac NiT.1 Iiczn..itions Go-#ctahn ; Tech- Otaii Cotntnittr.es. See ituide front and rear covers for listu:ga of the e!ontettts of each rotuau. - WAtlo2lFt Fire Protection Association
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50329 7623 + TP ~ 968 ~ Fl Flick, Frnest W. t1^AL•'SiYE A43 CIATI1',C T LYTI:_, 1969 142 PaSes Padric rublishin.- Co. l:erna•rasvilla, :y. 0 Y 0 2 t~ 0n 0 24 0 9 t3 ~
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. 50329 7621 , "" A Lll'1'ti 1 rtl loIts; an introduction to theory and ji-nc- tico. Niew i o, k, Per ;ainon Press r19591 138 p. lllua. 22 cm. 1. Ethyleaediauutnetetraacetlc acld. 2. Poiumetrlc anatysi3. I. Titlt, QD111.F4? 1959 ~~ 545.2 58-5979~J ~ Library of Congreas 1121 02n Oao 24o96 ~
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50329 7609 ' ~ LIQUIDS,. Fi.llAh".APL.FICASES/ •/5 '(.~. Sa Fict-Hazatd Prorpaties of ~ l 69 Wfiftablk LiW&, Gases and Volatile So~ids i , ~ NRA rfw ilfM - "M if PF°A JIV;; , 325H11--1 NATIONAL FIRE PitOTcCTiON ASSOCIATION Mcss. 02 i! 4 . .r`_,.,, • - s ~ .t ..,,__..... This material is not an official standard of the NFPA; it is orjy a compilation of data from various authoritative sources presented ' for information as a guide. Anqcxte having information not now in the Table is requested to submit it to the NFPA giving the source and the test method used to obtain the data. The Table summarizes available data on the fire-hazard properties of more than 1,300 substances, listed alphabetically by their chemi- cal name. In addition about 500 synon)ms are listed alphabetically. ' The values given have been aompiled from the results of tests by the Bureau of Mines. Factory Mutual Laboratories, Undcr~-ri:ers' ~ Laboratories, Ine., and other.recc+~nized. ~ot~. T~=~~p-~ ~~- ... ___..,......_f..._ . _ _ . _ , . 02n o n6 2 4'0 A 4
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-AVVA) ._v z o . ,y(v1./ `s'y t !•/ •~• (~;;T) iiT `;3 y js: CTsuY-sjs;maq3 :saoa3 t4updag '; sn:x^.; •r •q 65 ,LNIOd QN3 A) tl.aQ:i SU •.Zr 6 •r -y jn.Lwu.1 wa OZ9L bZfoS
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POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION/ - A wdt of the North Carobna Departmnt of Commwcs Literature Search No. 7265 ftlCSW rOLYM~RIZATI00( iWR-8133 ) 0264 /~~n in Industrial Applications Center for the National Aeronautics and Space Administratfon N/ vl ,
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i.' CIMRETTES--TAR & NICOTIA L~OSJ/ ~ No. 82 I`AR""CIGARETTE BRANDS OF THE FRENCH TOBACCO MONOPLY *(La recherche une nouvelle generation de cigarettes.)* in: Flammes et Fumees, 1979 (No. 82) p. 1-2 (1979) (in French) - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fol-79 s.p. - "Rich and light" - American blend, styles, with and without menthol 8 ag..tar, 0.45 mg. nicotiA&a- soft and hard pads; "SEITANES - French style - 8 tar,0.45 nicotine. . ,. Flammes et Fumees .! ~ ROUTINE ANALYTICAL METHODS USED AT SEITA TO DETERMINE "TAR" AND NICOTINE. *(Comment sont mesures les taux de goudrons et de nicotine?) In: Flammes et fumee, 1979 (No. 82) 3 (1979) (in French) t
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50329 7619 :'t'.3Ui.:.Z LES 1:~.:`Ni:TF..qE5 OP.r-e1Y:?I:k2T: QL'.'S DES R~IIS: iNS. (Cour.acts :r.d N.:a3ur: uf the (trgannitoitic 1.[llala:rPT'~ k~ i.1:9 C[i ~ Aan. ]tut: it! m Alimcntaaoa U (No, 4) A235- i A26b (1965) , 02n~nt1~4 o94 .
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r---~----r-~ - . 50329 7603 T SS E1amN..61eani C.mis1iM. Liqids c.odf Na National Fire Protection Association 1973 M•a N.. so-1na pWL 1972 EdiNon of No. 30 This 1973 edition of the Flammable and Combu.tibk Liquids Code .upee• Mder the 1972 edition and all previotn editiau. This Code was prepared by the Seetlosd Committee an General Storage of Flammable Liquids, approved dr the NFPA Flammabk L'ptaida Corrdatin8 Committee, and adopted by the Na8asal Fire Protection Araeiatioa at ita meetins, May 14-18, in St. Lati., 7s+~,_ TMr edition re8eeb a change in the breakpoint between 8uamable and 4 o z a.o.n o. eomberet'bk liquids drain 140• F to 100• F. Numerau ehan6es in the code and b the deMitiam wete made to reflect this change. Other changes or additions were mads In the following: 1060, 1071, 13, 2052, 2125, 2145, 2159, 2171, 2173, 3251, 2342, 31, 4020(e), 4210, 5123, 5144, 5520, 6040, 6510, 6260, 7111, 7116, 8612 and 9030.. Other ehanses wen made for editorial clarity. OeWA and D.v.lopttt.nf of No. 30 Fhim 1913 b 1957 thia standard wu written in the form of a municipal aedioanee luowe, as the Suggested Ordinanee for the Starage, Handling and Use of Fiaamtable L'quidr. In 1957 the format was changed from a municipal aedioaaoe to a(7ode although the technical provisions were retained. Ihuin6 tee 59-rear existence of this suggested ordinance and Code, numerota editiana ds.e been published as conditions and experianees have dictated; for details M NFPA Technical Committee Reporb. ~ ~ 4 0 ...-~
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_ ._-~-- ~--- :':",::K;~:L FOOD, Dr:UG, AND COStIIETIC ACT/IIA'LARL't1iIS SIfBSTANCES ACT/MILK AC'Pf I'1:C;~'~ ;7NG AND LABELING ACT/POISON PREVFNTIt)N pAC::ACING ACT/ M, FA1IF:jCS ACT/CIGAt'tI'.TTE LABL•:LING AND ADVEP.TIStNG ACT/CONSUMER PRODUCT SAT'ETY ACT/ TEA IAD'I?RTATION ACT/Fi:DERAI. CAUSTIC POISON ACT/CAUSTIC POISON ACT/ FCOn--LATd AND LI;GISLATION--U.S./LAWS AND LEGISLATIOY/TOBACCO--ADVERTISING TOI; ACCO--LEG I S LATI G:v / TP U.S. CONGRESS, 9 a',-b 370 Un F 93d Congress ~ JOINT COMMITTEE PRINT lst Sess4on 1 1973 •1 COMPILATION OF SELECTED PUBLIC HEALTH LAWS ( '. VOLUME II 1 1 _" -., - PARED FOB THE USE OA THE + OOD, DRUG, AND RELATED LAW U-•S.HOUSE COMMITTEE ON INTERSTATE AND INCLUDING ,~ FOREIGN C0AZI11EIoCE ~ DERAL. FOOD, I)RUG. AND COSMET[C ACT 11T1:OLLED SL'BST?.xCES AcTs • RCOTIJADDICT REIiABILIT.ITION ACT OF 196G I DEPAL 1-IAZARLOi a SL'L'STA\'CL'S ACT lR'FACI+AGIP:G .1\D LABELING ACT ISO\ PI:Eti'F.tiTIO:: PACKAGING ACT 01NIAELETAI:3ICS ACT [rEkA L CIGaRI:TTE LAEELINC AND Ain'ERTISIA'G ACT NSU'-d rR I'N.D`JiiCT S.1 FETY ACT k I.`,IPORTATIOti' ACT DEPiI. I \I I'ORT-'4ILK ACT .LED 1,'IILK"~ JP.F.AI. ('AUSTIC IS - --•-' ------. Y~ --0~-.~~-t#-•--~.. AND THE U•S.SENATE COIII3,ZITTEE ON LABOR AIND PUBLIC WELFARE MARCH 1973 Printed for the use of the House Committee on Interstate and ForeiR- Cotnmerce and the Senate Committee on Labor and Public «'elfare 50329 7604 ~~i ---- _• 1 • U.S. GOVERI:DfENT PRIl%"r7NG OFFICE WASHINCTON : 1973
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50329 7628 ' Ref 1HJ i6081 JL'n ,- U ` '' 61Aca Products :,6cheO . 5, v, 5w' United States Tariff Comciission SIMOARIES OF TRADE AND TARIPB' T.WORMATTON, PREPARED IN TER'4S OF THE TARIFF SCHEDULES OF THE UNITED STAT,:S (TSUS).Sched,1, Vals. Sched. 2, Vols. Sched. 3, Vols. Sched. 4, Vols. Sched. 5, Vols. 8ched. 6, Vols. Sched. 7, Vois. 1966 Vola. Washington, D. C. a~ ~ A c~ 0 2 4 1~D 3
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Amarican Inat:tuts of F-3ning, Motallurgi•:.a1, and Petsalert: Snginecrs w= YL s SLiZ- FMsHEa ANm MNxS• (133tallurgicnl Pociety Conforenc¢s Yol. 6) 1960 150 Pagca Int.,arscionce Publiohere mra :ortc
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50329 7635` 4 . 76 XI Wa-77 S.P. RJR. CLASS NO. PXMPHLET 76 XI Wa-77 s.p. Flaumenhaft,. A.; S.p;` *(no affil.)* TOBACCO SALES AID. - Letter. New York Times, 1977, p. 26 (Aug. 11, 1977) (in English) ~ Applause for your forthrigrht, vigor- ous cditorial "7endiner a la!ler Cro p" (Aug. 1), pointu;g out tiae c eraT Government's "anomalous position of discourg oing cigarette smo:cing whils '' 'encourag4no the growing of tobacco .for cigarettes." Price supports, you cMph_asize, are the manncr in which the cnco•ura;,ement is rendered: And you conclude that Government "should not be underwriting the he,,ith of an industry whose principal product causes so much harm to the health of the nation:' You make out an irref- utable case for the removal of such 'sua ports. ~ • __ O~tiA'~d24 1 1 CI_
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50329 7638 ~ 310 . ~ 'In Flr.ir~sos~._ . . , ~ ~cPDDL ! {C. ~ I2ECrM'?' S'.:wcar.;lE : ^FS""A1Zc:i ? g' ` 0 32 Pn hes Pecria, L11. ~tj () 2 4! i 3 I ,~p _~_.....
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t . .~ ,~ -- ;1(r~1~,,, PYROLYSE IrCLAIR DE POLYISOPRENLS. ESSAI DE European Pvlymtr )ournal, 1971, Yvl. 7, pp. 14SS-1471. Psrramoe Prea. Pcinted ta Enaland. t C/C';~~ /t/5 S~"-I i~ 7f CORREL•ATION LNTRE LES PRODUI? S DE DEGRADATION ET LA MICROSTRUCTURE DES 0 POLYM::RCS / MOMQIJI3 GALIN-VACIt[ROT ~7~ ~ .I . . / . (~ /~/y rlCetitre de jte_cliercbes sur ks Macroraolc: ul6, rue I3ouuingault, b'~ Sfta~j~+_ur~, ~, r G (Refa !e 4 s~eprenrbre 1970) Esul~t~~ pyplyse.~lair ntrqS00Kl,OQT dc polyisoprcnrs rcnfcrmant Ies trois typcs d'cnchaine- ~G n~,4 4 el~l 2, ~,n. csx•huelk/henfl !a formation d'isoprcne et de deux dimAres eyctiqucs, • ~ k dii+cuttnc ct lc dimcih. 1 2.4. vinyl 4, cy.aui+c.~nc, resivctivcmcnt caractcristiqurs des uniti•c 1,4 cl iC•L,*'tc c°t rmarimant lurayuc lci Uv-'ICY Ir'1 St` trouvcnt sous funnc de Yor•.Fucs
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50329 7611 1 i ~ REAOIkSTRUCTI4NS FF.Fllkf. rOMpLlTING F'OkY ,J OOVI ACCtfS1OY w(# !/»F11C.T's CA?Al06..VMOf.A , CULATION OF EFFECTIVE 020NE ABSORPTION i ~ • CAI F , in•Ii R.•pvrt ~ ~ COEFFICIEiVTS FOR A ROCKETBORNE OZONESONDE 040 Re,o„ ' .._..........~.__.._.----- O% Ta ACT 1[11I0) e f f ~ 4G 0/1.iA46jAT.Cti \AY( AMQA01A[fs N:fval i:.•aponx C.•nt.r t't'iina Utka•. f% 91553 r (f COrT/1O«INO OverICt MAYR Aw0 AoO14C1a Nava1 l.'v3p.+ns Ccntler China 1ak.e, CA 93553 nzuoe -- - -.r°,ffectlve Ozone Absorption Coefffcients T:fxk Aro3 Numba•r t1 Projcrt `umber NASA .,r, . . -HMTT C1.Alf. (N Mf@ ry.rq -OComp+(ter Cnlculatian of Effcctlve Absorption Coefficients I•A;SIFIF.I) AConpater HanJliq); of DiHitized Spectra REP;RT oOCUuENTATiON PAGE ' 1&N(OYL(ICATION OOwM6\AOl%a o2oA0 0 x4a8 7 '
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50329 7sis TASTE--TESTiNr,--*mnifALtX:Y/ , . , , . I Aua. Tcdkxol. Agric., zcm, 26 (4~. 373-4I8. t- ~i 99 / ' J j n? t'Y ~ • ; Prdsentation synthdtique do diverses m6thodes d'analyse i,~ de donnees fournies par un jur de dA \ y , gustateurs,t M;~j~ . , • . . , ;. 73VFn . ., . 1 • Jt. 'ro3IASSQxf: et ~ *- ~,',• . SHn•cy of tho mcthods o/ analysis oJ tasta paucl ~tata ` In this paper a rurser of the methods of analysis of taste pancl data is i;ivea. With only ope variaLle Friedman'<two-.way varlanco xnalysia ix cunspi.ted .rith same xlx•ciiic tcsts: tunllip:e eomparisoua, lxctiawi anier; the links I>,tween the various statistics str.t slwa•u. With secinal t;ariahlca, a lot of clIs>ieal ntetiuNlx of ruulti.liuteu,aoual anatysix ara propcnctl to take iuto pcconnt the entire iutonuatiuu: IK•xide principal cowguucnts analysis, corrc:.lxruticncc nllalyaix, earuu:ical variate anal,r* souru tnethods sucit as lorcxustcan analysix, hrincipal cuur.linatr dnalysii are a.•:cribccl to c+Imrlrtr the whole set uf statistical toufs. The intlxirtancc is y;ivcn to similarity antt di&-dmilarity bctwcaoi iuothMtr to give to the user the IxrsuiUiiily to cla-1-sr the best -methocd wclt'flatdl to his om-a problem. Y 42n~n-o24a93
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50329 7622 j 1°2 £-M~ ~ .NALYSIS OF ALIPii11TIC CARL^~P"~Z.;: Jc :wa, L. A. FLASH BXCkiAilC$ Y.ETROD 7Oft ijUp.til'IAxI'.E GAS ~ CHRGXA«UG:tAPHIC b'.iA:.YSIS OF ALI?HATIC Ct.:tBOhYLS F'Ra,N TUHIR 2,4-DI2iITROP1dMs'YLK's'ARAZa:iFS, by L. A. Jonea and k. J. Monroe. North Catrolina Strlts of the Univ. of North Carolina at Raleigh, Tohacco Reprint Seriee , No. 189. ; Reprint froet Anal. Chem. 37, 935-38 (June 1965) ~
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_ ~.. _- -- - ----~----...------. • ,,.,., 50329 7599 _ .. ~. . i?oA,K,. i;1.AtiTiC.il : ... ...,_r..--- ._... XC ::cF-f1-712-71 '•'..:bber t`;e 105 (4) 25-32 (1473) ~AUZZ ~~ ~ . ~ ' 1 .4' ~- .a d~~r i mi~ A d r:~Afiv1~ iiir of j•7e.r- ible foams are considered in this article which poilits out that tlresX properties can be controlled by the proper choice of polpiier uncd additives and are influenced by foam structccre, dejisity, arld tj! ickjI ess. BY K. C. HECKER, R. E. FRU2ZETT1 AND E. A. SINCLAItt ' RESEARCH DIVISION, GOODYEAR TIRE & RUBBER CO., AKRON, OHIO ~ ~ - F i.AMMABILTTY is one important aspect of public which tends to facilitate burning. On the other >>ana. safety that has received much attention in recent depending on the type of polymer involred. the foi;r; years in the U.S. (1) and abroad (2) and will continue structure may help to retard burnincy by shrL^.-l•ir•e or to inctease in inicortance. Although there have bceri melting from the flame front or by forming a private and publ4c flammabi!'ity stan dzsds for -it;any naceous char which insulates the unburned foam fro:;. -eun, _ as, evider.c:d tl:e 1t1CJ-c:J-h1oF: c?,,ar!tte 0. 2 0 () n 0 2 4 0 73 the flame front _
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50329 7627 ovens. Besides liquid-crystals, a number of other Aat-sCreeA technologies are being exam- ined including llectroluminet cence, electrochemochromes- cence, vacuum-f]uoreacence, and gas-di.charp (plasma). Although TV screens may eventually use these technoloa gies, flat-screen display r.- search did not start out ainr. ins toward TVs. Initial work tried to make versatile digi• tal di.plays which could farm animated ndures ia addi• tioa to numbers and letters. This research resulted in the so-called dot-matrix displays available today, where each displayed figure in formed by a field of lighted and unliQhted dots. Many of these dot-matrix Complex LCD watches such as this displays can also form symbols Casio model disp/ay two or more and *Von simple graphics gu& views !n the same space through - as shaded graphs and charta. use oI two or more diNerent sets of The scenes which dot-matrix transparent electrodes sandwiched devices can now display are the together. Electrodes in the center of ; first hint of developments that the sandwich are made as thin as possible to keep the viewing angle
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50329 ?640 . . QD URAMYL .EPTIDES/PEPTIDES--CHEMISTRY/LONGIFOLENE AND DERIVATIVES/ 245 OMOIS VANONEIPHENALENONES/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/ FQ 1981 Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products 4- 0 Founded by L. ZecHmelster . P. A. Cad by, R. G. Coolre,J.M. Edwards, Wien New Yorh 1991 Ed~ted by W. Hen, H. Grtsebach, G. W. Kirby Authors: Springer-vertag W.Helier, C.W. Je flord, E. Lederer, P. Lef rancier, Sukh Devy Ch.Tamm 'W a;s
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503241 75.9T -`-_ QD U. S. Dept. Interior, Bureau of Mines,• Bulletin 621/ 516 Za 1965 F11C~`~~~ -=J~T= ~ ~ 0 L Q1Y CQMBUSTI3Ur G:ASW~Ma -VAFORS Bulle.tin 627 Ukhaa G. zawtma. BUREAU OF MINES UNiTED STATES DEPARTMENT OF THE lNTERiOR 1165 ...... -..._...~~-.,:.~...,..,.._........r-••. ---~---- z~---^-~-- -~•~•-",...,. ~..._.,..--_...._...........,_,-, 0 z o n o 0 z4 0 7 1. --~
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- --- - --.. r . ---------- . . , • . 50329 7615 ~ 174 ~3 zYl Re A 1965 Confer`ence Paper S,P. Operation antl Performance of the • Solar Energy 10 91-95 (19bb) University of Florida Solar Aia'-Tonditlonlllcr System E. A Farber, Ia':: i`t: l%rafi'tt nr - I I« Lopes ' ~ L and R. W. Ptrttf9cu rroieawr nssec1are t-ro1e,uurr lirSCUaiP !1lIKlfttabi cirndnate Aasistant Departmeut of 1lcchaniral EnRiucerina, Cnivenity of F%rids This paper discuases the operation and per- formance of the continuous absorption refrigera• tion system using ammonia anti ..•atcr as the .corking fluid anti being operated by flat-plate solar absorbers. ThiR s.atem has been operating continuously o.er the greater part of the day producing 2: L tona of refrigeration with peak , \ew swstejtut na+r dereloixd and desii;ned that ,•;un be operated by relatively inexpett~`ivo fflt-plao r4)I:kr collectors with the added advantage of being abir, to utilize diffuse radiatiion, which is a considerable }xortion of the incoming aalsr energy on a rlcar day nnd thc only kind on a ctoudy day. loads of 3.7 tons of refrigeration. During gtead. • Brief History of the L'aiversitt• of Florida Proprarn state operation the refrigeration elTect to the heat After eariier stud"tes with solar steam generntion :uid . inrut was 0.57. This could be raised to 0.72 with ntech:uucal refrigeration or jet retriger:ttion the work minor s.-stem modiGeationa. namcl;v,-en{arieing ' on absorption refrigeration wa4 started 'ut 19:~i.t A six the heat exchanper between absorber and Fcnera- foot by eight foot eylindrical parabola was un-cl to .,,_ior of the_ah-ormion svstem. _ ~~~: c~nrnutratn,._ lrtr~t (~l ~e f 0 2 ' n () n 0P. 4' 0 9 0
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-. ~ - ------ '~- - y ., . aut. 50329 7641 ~Y , . . ~ # I i Ya*eley, Victor Emmantsel, 19.11- Cellulosic plastics: cellulose acetate, cellulose ethers, rP- generated cellulose, ceiiulose nitrate lbyl V. E. Yar,ley iand othersj London, Published for the Plastic3 Institute iby, Iliffe Books 11J64j 8, 220 p, lllna. 23 cm. Iucludes btbitographles. 1. Cellulose, 2. Plnstics, t. Tttie. TP1180.C6YS ~~ 668.44 . P,4--56359 ~ Llbrary of Conaress (31 --.,-.-. _. _........, ,..'.--.. ~.-.Y-,.. ox~R~0 2 4 1 1 6
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_:I 50329 7639 ItIOLUMINESCENCE/ FtAT11tiNflS`/5AP0*.INES/BIFLAVANOID COMPQUhDS / ERG CHROMES/QUASSINOID BITTER PRINCIPLES/ 2~i5DF - FORTSCHRITTE 1973~ DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER VOL• 30 NATURSTOFFE ~ PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS ( EEOROKOFT VON • FOUIVOEO EY FF~ L. ZECHMEISTER MERAUS6EOEDEN vON • EOtTED ST + W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY , rAuAxAssEE. Fu. FREnuRC i.R. aLAsoOW i ~ VERFAftER • A1ISNORt ' M. J. CORritER • H. FLASCH • B. FRANCK • K. HORI • L. JAENICKE ~ W. KELLER-SCH[ERLEI:I H. D. LOCKSLEY D. G. htULLER ~ JUDITH POLONSKY • R. TSCHESCHE • J. E. WAMPLER • G. WULFF 1973 WIEN • SPRINGER•VERLAG - NEW YORK o'z.oc~~~o~~ i ~ d
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50329 7649 l Qp- 601 ro FJr#vf*tx;:X. 101 y Ie) .0- GS ColoWick, Sidneq P. ed. Methoda in enzymclaSy, edited by S:.dr.ey P. Colesaick- and Nr:thaa 0. Rap1r.n. htv Yc;.k, Acada:aic Presa, 1955- v. illu.. 24 aa. . . a /- r:; 0 2na n024 1 2 4
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....a.._.. -. . s.. ~::i:._~_ •~,..-e•.. 50329 7614 VoL 258 Na 10 INHALATION OF HAIR"SPRAY--BERCMANN ET AL :. . : :-III •Du2-75 ' THESAUROSIS FOLLOWING INHALATION OF HAIR SPRA,Y'' . A dinic-tl and Ex esrmertral Study -•' "~'' -=`" '= . -:': p . M~trnr BrataatwrtN, M.D.,~ Zw•~ F~ M.D.,$' ~rro HEteaewrt T. Br.vsiarrrx~, M.D.~ .i'r. LOVts, ]it83oU1tt • H . • • ' . . • .. ~' , , r _ . . .~ • .. . . . '. . . . ••: • ' ' . . 1LIR spray'is currently one•of -the most widely •nodea for pyogens, tubercle bacilli ind fuaEi +ras done, without the recovery of an organistam uJSed eOSmedC ti Alth h tl re ara Ons compositions of various brands of hait sprays are ' closely guarded trade secrets, it is generally known • that they may contain, in addition to a Freon propel- '' lant, various synthetic and naturally occurring -resins pt ex g. n m lymphoid tissue over most of tie lymph nodes was replaced br nodular aggt•egates of large epithelioid cells. These were often present without giant cells, but occasional giant ce!ls resembling those of the 1.angh:~ns type were fo:tnd. 'ILere was no necrosis, and only mtnimsl numbers of polyrnorpho- nuclear or mononuclear Icukocytes. Atid-fas: stains and stains for fungi failed to demonstrate :.ny micr:rot~ai:.~s. .Fat ttain showed no fat in the granuiomatous portions of the nodes. Sections :tair.ed with the periodic 3cid-Schi:T stain, thionine and toluidine blue all showed tnetachramatic granules within epidtelioid cells and free in the interstiaaf titsue. These granules were rcmewhat variable in size :n•~ tn aqueous or alcoholic solutions. Perfumes and stnall amounts of 1at:olin are other coaunon ingrediezats.•.So . far, neither eonsumers nor physicians appear to have .questioned the innocuitybf these products. However, _ our cxperience with the following csses and subse- ~ quent animal exeriments suggest tea.t hair sprays spherical in shape. / V.. S 1 V I'. ~ V p p t . oug e eXdct . OA >nicrosco 'ca1 s iration (Fi 3 d 4) the norrnal a
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50329 7644 . . . NICOTINIC ACID/PLA~JPTERIDINES/gOLATESJ QP 1lfedrods in Enty+itotugy 601 Co Volume 66 1980 METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY Vitamins and CQB11Zy!'YtBS 60110934H-cu1w • 3Abey P. Cdk"wick Nathan 0. Kapiaa 1"0 (~D 0 ACADEMIC PRESS AhO" 7 i{Af.n..n inr J..r.niA. ItiAYrL.. Nsw Yvrk 1.onJoa Toronto Sydney San f n+nrisco 0 2 0 .A 0 024 1 / 9 Ped E 6DITED BY Donald B.AlcCormick .YMt,Y.«, «.qCNtlWf.. Wl1 tlUM[tlIN WqIK Of AYOIqML AtIAFtA.040604 Lenruel D. {i`rigirt .nemr ar rvIrrwMu .nac+a N 1"am M wcrsw.r.r. M.. M-ur .ra au naaor. 4,:1 • COYNl4 YMh'lAMft ~1 \ Nwcf."crw.c Tai~ .Sv . rrA16~i i /~ ~ , V
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i I I dr ouoaxQ OT4!l"O1V VOT3rjlZ4w- ~ Rjr:T&3--(C96T) 8Z6Z-9Z6Z `ftZ •pIIag '3d i aeH nmar ptN •aut*TTP0 zaSO3 It*•rjAT:a e'itIq-wet1 'sttnPMVS 9Tc+ZVWJ Aq `Sx: r~"?St.tS:.Co SZY M 8};M BL=IVIa E~ BtiZb:'S,S2" fi3 KOZM.28I'I ot~s~V •sTte~s:~o^ (6961) 48S _ aou3n$ ~ . Zb9L 6ZEOS
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. -- - ~_ -.- ~u.....~.=.-_ ---. •---, ___._ _ COTTON/KENAF/OKRA/NUITtEG/CLOVES%pimento/GUAVA/~LIVICA~CYA.PASStCHN-TV.M% " PASSION FRUIT/PEPPER/SESA,4E/LIME/COFFEE/LEFiGN/CRAPEFftL*IT/ORA.'~GE/TO.%fATO/ EGC-PLANT/POTATO/COLA : NITIDA:KOLA/COCOA/TEA/JUTE/?U.11R.E/CALABASH/PO:1EGRA.NATE/ TOBACCO--BOTANY/COCA/ QK 495 Pu 1968 2 C~ PDDL ! 1 C. , LITROPICAL CROPS Dicotyledons 2 . L: tY a,cv ~/%1'?e J. W. PURSEGLOVE ptokasor of Botsny and Plant Pathology Uniapiq of tbe West Indies Tdnidad JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC. !mM YORt A A elvacf: .,~.ta.~.-.+~.~~r:.~.~.,x_..v..w't-.~-..e..;..~ ;+.r~r...-:-.~" . . . . . .. . . . . .. .. . .. . . _R. , . . ¢, I .~..r..~, 8 50329 7643
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.t2g 7sso._ I'ortGCltrate ctec Chemie organis^her Natttrstoffo, z'ru~ c e= i in the chmi:irv Of organic nctural p;oducts. Prog-;vs la chinue des Suhstances crgaaiques naturelles. 1.-uatc:l3~. Wieiti, Springrer-Verlag ieta.I 1938- d8te. v. 1llua. 24 cm. Founde<1 and for'some years edited by L. Zechmeister. ed. QDO-41.FG { For ho2diugsi see rr,ain entry. f L Gbi;mtatry, Organfr-I'eriod. i. Zechmeister, LAsztd,1&%- biinneaota. IInt.. Ltbr for Ltbrary of Congres ` (s4r54q22t
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50329 'I6a5 TERPENES/POR6ERA/ANTIBIOTICS/ •/ANSAMYCIPl/TRYPTOPIIAN/ PEPTIDES/PROT INS/FUVWRAV0 ZY',tF: CIIE4{ISTRY QD RTSCHRIT~E 245 Fo DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER 1976 NATURSTOFFE , ~ ~ PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS IEORUNDET VON • FOUNDED BY L. ZECHMEISTER HERAUSGEGEBEN VON • EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY TM.LAHASSEE. FLA. EREiBURO L BR r . GLASOOw VOL. 33 f 1976 0 2 0 0002 WIEN • SPRINGER•VERLAG • NEW YORK 4 1 2. 0
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.~ a8~R3 PaoUvApg tn ea=aas tZ OriTX 'd t+14 T696'C j '[YYH taa~bcia~.~fztm g~vN • C,t~°~r ea =*SYTf~; [~ql ~ t ~ aT 8ic6ivae:) •d °eOiTt'FA 'mwar
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501 50329 7654 ~;~ ~~x-;*t,evminarion.. 10 41i'C.~y3. '24 cn~I~yCoj~ »tV. <. D.G: x<'x. , O~~~Qn0.24 1 29
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` Amricea Institute of Mining Metallurgical & Petrole Engineer = 1~ Frr~r ~~o PRonuc.-rss ~n~c a~ ~rr F~ .fA (Mstallurgical Society conference Vol 1) , s,_, . : I . &.:4xjieII U.•mUt.'a 0, ~?im~*?» K.:tE!l.as,Yc.' .Jf C••..1' ::rj ~... 3e:..~ '.~ FL113 Y. +3,'•.:':s7 riszi-1:-a3; Voi. 1) l.~.~• ...rl.~ i..:. ~ =o20b~.o' 2 4 1 t?'~6 i
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FLAVORANTS--F00D/ FOOD SCIENCE, A SERIES MONOGRAPHS , VOL.7/ DIARY PRODUCTS/SOY PRODUCTS/FLAVOR ENHANCERS/ FOOD--ANALYSIS/COCOAj BEVERAGES/TASTE ENHANCERS/ TP 953 Te 1981 \ flav« Reseaith 50329 7632 F000 SCIENCE. V. 7 A lsrhs of Maro4rspM R ECEN T A D VA NCES UrmR TAMMeAUU MWITRwAtsnu pWmnu efNrat&e.r Feol td.n+e a~.rarcer e(l~o~ saree. i uw....rtr ; .w..O-m hamrt y>,beM.aw •m+nZ.. 4r~ EDITED 5Y Roy Teranishi and Wisbrn RejimW RusnnA Ceeter Aj.icelh..l Ranrci Sr.vitt U.S. DqerlwAI oJAjritrUert e..ktle* Cau/s..ia Hiros:Id Sygisawa Rajew Lleiw.sihr MikicAo, l(apta-kee. Jqa. MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York a"y.,m..darrto w4•iagen, r*.Nwb,+.va I i and Basel D-- 2 () n o._.0 _2-4- 10 7
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So,429 7656 3171 i O~~Ot1~~4 Lraitcd i,v Mou3s P . , 722 p. 2ilus. 13 :.~.. Inclu~as bi~Ifo6~~phl~s, 1~3 I r I I
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50329 7647 -------~-.._ BIOSYKTHESIS/-EN2YMES-=SYNTHESIS/ XX MeF-F-540-73 HISATERU Tf ITSI:DA AND KE\'JI NAI{AJU[As Labsrntory of Malritionaf Chrinistry, Fuen/ly oj Aarierrllern, Kyolo Unist•rsity. vikyo 4ir, Kyoto (I'os[ Ne. G(1G1 Experimental systems using non-growing cell of Eremofhecium ashbya" to ~~F ot-P4 !;&tItMieCl IL iit-U3h O © 1'ttR JafuxAtL oF VtTAstt.rot.ocr J8. 131-1'S 11972) Uerelopi:1^nt of Specific Expcrimental Systems = for F h., Y~ aciie ~ W__ • eWcidate the mechanism of flavinog:nesis were established in this paper. 1. It was found that vacuum inGltration of pwines for 2, 3 and 5 min and moderate shaking of non-growing cell brought about a good reproducibility of the stimulatory efiects on flovinogenesis by purines and furthermore, a higher flavinogenesis. o=2oono~41~2
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50329 7657 TERPENES/PORII~ERA/ANTIBIOTICS/ -/ANSAMYCIa/TRYPTOPIIAN/ PEPTIDES/PROT INS/FLAVIN/nll.r~~ HRI~ Q JTTE D 245 Fo DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER 1976 NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS , /EORONqET VON • FOUNDED BY L ZECHMEISTER HERAUSGEGEBEN VON • EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY TM LAHAStEE, FLA. OREiBURG i. B0. . . GLASGOW VOL. 33 ~ 1976 WIEN • SPRINGER•VERLAG • NEW YORK 4 1 3 2 •
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Nucw X$ )iteF-E-4'X-7k Lab. •Pract. 22 (7)530-31(1973) An evaluation of dilution plate methods foi- enumera ting fungi dparUw+t et 9rawinv and eiolopieal SciaAes. Hariot watt lMiwrsity. Ednbu~pA : . Viabte ca.av ot field WnOi and ysasts, but not stlors9e tunql. wen affected br H+t temperature (40-55'C) of powinp ayst for pow plates. Xess[ counts in pour plates wsn always lower than on spread piates& and only plates powed at 40• pavp hipW eaw+q ot ¢eld tugi aas spread plates. Evaluatiois dc3s mdthodes des plaques do dilutiotf ~ pour la nuntdration do champignons La usnplratrse do la qlloss liqvids (40-55'C) pour plaques a afleuE 11s eotonies vitales do champignons d'sxNriew st do lewres& au+s pss cdes do champignons d'antkiew. Lss colonies do levura dtaient toujows moiM nombreuses dans les plaques do 0llost 6quide pAe dsns fss plaques do oHoss solids : seutes tss plaquos do 0ltose SquW ! 40'C dQnnaient des numhatiqns do ehampipnons " dexttriwr sipkisures 4 ealies des plaQues solidis. .: Media tesed.Yen malt sait agar (MSA). i.e. Oxoid malt extract- afar eontainins 10 per cent sodium chloride (w/v), primarily tor storage fungi; Oxoid potato dextrosa agar (PDA) eontainin= 40 units/ml betuyl penieillia (Glaxo) and 100 units,mi'strepto. mydn sulphate (GWxo), primarily for field fungi; and Osoid tryptotte soya apr (?SA) containing SO µtJtnl cyclohw.intide (Siptq) for bacteria. For pour plates 0.3 ml concentrated anti- biotk solution was added to 13 tnf volutnes of molten aya: at 4a' In I o: Universai bottles. After mixing the bottles were alaced In themtostaticaQy-controlted water baths and ailowcd to equilibrate at the temperature required for pouring. MSA and PDA plates wera incubated at 23• for at least 7 days, and TSA plates at 30• for 4 days. Apart from preliminary experiments on a i*art=e o[materials using duplicate plates, counts were made from ttets oieiytt teplicate platft aad siSnifiance was determined by Student's i teat.
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m" 76 III Si 50329 7629 FCAT-PrAfiE SOtAR-COCtECTOR PERFORMANCE EVAtUaTtOW wrTN_ W -COtttCTOR SEHfiP,Q~~f~Eff-4RWNCE =.f'REMCT ~ '- NAt'rA TECMNiCAL NASA TM X- 71793 MEMORANDUM by Frederick F.Amon, Lewis Research Center Cleveland, Ohio 44135 TECHNICAL PAPER presented at tne 1975 nternational Solar Energy Society Meeting Los Angeles, California, July 28 - August 8, 1975 4a&~ ZAPZ'a 02 0 0 M 0 2 4 1 A 4
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81 III Ka 1tcWh.. cZ•fti.IcA.MM O. T«% •.GC 00bM np twww REP'ORT OOCUMENTATION PAt'iE su-a a+srsucnosrs - - - - - - - - 1ttoRS cwmbtZn+c roRM - - - xswcr.rcr,/n: is-is4 t/ a Ow. ACCtUIOM ALCIpIgM 'S C•T66O6 wYreaft / jPO LYS~ 18t.E .SDi.1Ds ~j.t ^ _lf1oh)dod 0 2 0 0 A 0 IIeoz?r • G. f ky-s~r Carl /8oyats - Yaal Fipe-L Qr! - oesww ~t •t"rOOrlrO Or0ArrlUTlOu r~r~~r0 ~Yt . YYp~ 11Ar tLtr r. IIO~t .• •O[• F~ A-..-. ~ e-- t MYIICCIII plosites Dirisioa iSWG402 ~ , I~ ~(oD , ~.it~ C~atct Silrer sIIr Csater ~ H laaa 10 11. COrTe"41r0 Or/I.19 "AMC AND AOO11Cii -j : !• ~ to. AO{TIIACt (tNMIMwA ~ M.MM MM N MtNN- ~II 1Mf/+' IV MNf 000600 Ecistiag iatoraation on spoataasousl,y oasbnstibls solids iaaludiag pPsopborio- ais hazardous saterisls and vatw raotis* aatttials has been iNiwed. PtrCi- aent data on (a) the causes and prevention of spootsasons eaabustioa In orRaaie and iaorgaaia aaturials due to air and va-tss rractiritr. (b) tbs sPplicatioa of rarious aatheeatical trataeats to spontaneously oabustibls suttarials, and (a ) available t*st aotboda for assessiog the llmable properties of spoataa~ouslr eoQbustibls sataiais, e.g., antoi;aitioa tsapamtars and spontaneous beating I
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----- ~~ - ~ • 50329 7646 • GLYuGece,i.DEHYDE-3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE/NICOTINAMIDE NUCLEOTIDE TRANSITYDROGENASES/ WVIN-CONT~AiIrII~1G DEHTDROGg1~UtSWFLAY0PR0TEIN DEHYDROGENASES/CYTOCHRO:•tE c OXIDASE/ CATALASE,6 I THE ENZYMES Edited by PAUL D. BOYER Volume XIII ~~~ Y. I D~ T 7© N- R E D UC ~'IO N ' Part C DEHYDROGEYASES (II) O~IDASES (II) ~DROGF.IY PEROXIDE CLEA VAGE THIRD EDITION ACADE:4IIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1976 A Subtidiary oj Itarcourt Br,.ca Jovanovich, Publishers 02~0n 02A t 21, 1 .
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- 1NeA I< .it7.J7 80 II Le ~kt i1 JASO h A~Mew Im AM FWW f 00 50329 7634 / 0 I • • 0, 'FrA7fJLENG`E`* .7348 Mlchael A Levitt, M.D. and John H. Bond, M.D. Departatent of Medidne, Minneapolis Veterans Administration Medicat Center, and the Univers:ty of Minnaota, Minneapolis, Minnesota 55455 "Doctor, I have too much gas," is one of the most common complaints heard by generalists and, perhaps, the most common complaint of patients consulting gastroenterologists. Among the various symptoms attributed to ntcessive gas are belching, bloating, a variety of abdominal pains, and etoessive flatulence. Although the exact role of excessive bowel gas in the above symptom complex has not been totally defined, recent studies suggest that gas is usually a coincident occurrence that has been incorrectly im- pugned virtually from time immemorial (1). The role of bowel gas in clinical symptomatology is best discussed if the reader understands the factors in8uencing the accumulation and elimina- tjon of gas from the gut. Therefore, this chapter first discusses the physi- oka-qf intestinal gas and then the application of this physiology to the various clinical '•gas•' syndromes. . .._.~ .. . .~.,,...___
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8entley'~ Kenneth 'l:.'.,3 cl g: L;: ::: n s ~s -r r• _.~
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50329 7663 1341 F]ras~.~ +.ha Harborua, J. 8. CQMPARATx7: BZOCHULx5T&Y OI+ THE FWsdOUCIDS 1967 383 Pages Acauw.tc ?ress London
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50329 7662 . - g1wivieftt V. 17 h'ortschritte drr Chemie organischer N"nturstoffe. Pro:-i •. - in the chemistry of org-anic natural products. I'ro;;iti•, .I ,.: ]a rhiniie des suL6tances organiques nlturelle~i. M'ien, Springer-Verlag tetcq 1938- xf_,6 a v. tllas. 24 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L Zecnmeister. I 1. Chemtstry, Organic-Period. i. Zechmetster, L1szlet, ed. QD241.F6 r- _ A C39-1i7t;,' ~ Minnesota. Univ. Librf for Ltbrary of Congress 158r54q1j± 02. 0 0 t! A? 4 1 3 ~
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50329 7658 v . 1960. Bentley, Kenneth ti'Yal ter. The natural piann-mts. New Forv, interscience Publisl:e, s, 806 p. 24 cm. (The Chemistry of :.atural products; a serte; o' texts on the constitution of natural producta, Y. 4) Includes bibliography. L Ptmenta. r. Title. Library of Congress QD441.B45 1960 54i.86 60-8400 ; 02 0`0a 024 1 3 3 .
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50329 7664 Joha?ga, G-aacur SP.•:c^03'.'.::2~ i.'.::2~i 0; OF i-Ll+N2 ?s'i"r.2+tJLIC SUSSTA2:C::S, JA: GItSTA 31 - 5MPTEMER 1, 1961, by Ccstux Jo6asoa anm11'P. f.. !:eisamen. 1961 169 p. Colorado State t3tib. Pott Collxns, Colursjo 3 i' U20On n2 4 !'3 9
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50329 7653 0 AE! PURINESiNIICLEIC ACIDS/IQICOTIIIE--BIOS?NTSESIS/ALRALOIDS--BIOS?MESIS/ Z~ Ro 1980 IIaCLEOSIDES/NUCL80TIDBS/!'LA~3WPTBRIDIKSS/ALLOxAZINES/ RODD'S CHEMISTRY OF CARBON COMPOUNDS A aadem cwmpnhanrtm treattt+s SECOND EDITION sfteder S. COFFEY &l.aa, (Lo.doe), D.Sc. (I.eyden). C.Chean., F.R.LC. formlerly 9f . . _ . J.Cl. D~ D(.iNa~ dfoatlq. Xme/kster 0 20'0 n024 1 2 8 VOLUME IV PART L IHBTEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS Fwed.riag baavc)vic compouoft containing tlua or more nitrogen Noau; piuina asd rolskd ring systenn, nudeosida, nuekotides and nucki~~ adAr pteridites, aUoxsaincs. Aavias and related compoundt. The bio- qaWais d plast slkabids aad nitrogenous microbial mewbolita ~-~ BLSBVIER SCIENTIFIC PUBLISHING COMPANY AMWttRDAM OXlORD NAW YORK b10
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Qd1~x0 0 0 ,U4 O i7L~i~~1~`' M~/waJVi.',L~~~ ed 4L'... r .~y. nr/Y ..:. ~. . a7r~~~".~i~ ~F'r+`t!n{i;:~)7 ;!! .yT Tiaz TC :` 4 -.r.iL .V, ik:J •-h '-^i~l~'T.~ ~ 't. i-•-h~e.c.:. ~: __.. . .. S99L 6ZE05
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50329 7655 . : .; . - , BIOLOGICAL CREHQSTRY--HANDBOOKS,MANUALS, ETC./NOMENCLATURE, BIOLOGICAL/ 1+pLECUALR BIOLOGY--HANDBOOKS, NANUALS,ETC./PEPTIDES,Sect.A,Vo1.I/ POLYPEPTIDES,SectA,Vo1.I/AMINO ACIDS--HANDBOORS,Sect.A,Vo1.I/ ALKALOIDS--TABLES,Sect.A,Vo1s.I,II,III/PQRINES,Sect. B,Vo1.I/ PYRIMIDINES, Sect.B,Vol.I/Nucleotides,Sect.B,Vo1. I/POLYNUCLEOTIDES,Sect.B,Vo1.I/ ENZYMES INVOLVED WITH NUCLEIC ACID FUNCTION,Sect.B,Vo1.II/ GENETICS AND BIOLOGY, Sect. B,Vo1.II/AMQNO ACIDS--CHROMATOCRAPHY,Sect.D,Vo1.II/ CHROMATOGRAPAIC ANALYSIS-GEL FILTRATION, Sect.D,Vo1.II/ABSORPTION DATA,Sect:'Q, Vo1.II/BOND ANGLES AND DISTANCES, Sect.D,Vo1.II/fR'+tA,Sect.B.,Vo1.Ij- u ACIDS-IONIZATION CONSTANTS, Sect.D,Vo1.I/ACIDS,BASES,Sect. D,Vol.I/ FLUORESCENCE, Sect.D,Vo1.II/FLAVINS, LOKIIiESCENCE, Sect. D,Vol.II/ • DNA VIRAL MOLECULESL'Sect.B Vol.'i . , ~ vBANDB00K OF BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Editor: Gerald D.YFasman Q l Section A2ROTEINS Vo .. I(1976) II (1976), III (1976), ~23. • ~ 3rd editions ~ Section B: Y~tTCLEIC AgIDS, Vol. I(1975) ,-II (1976) Section C:~/LIPIDS,tiCARBOHYDRATES ANDvSTEROIDS, VOL. I(1975) Section D:VfMfSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA, Vol. I(1976), II (1976) 02 n0tt02.4 1 .1 0
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~ QD 281 50329 7661 . 1 D . Fld~w"'~` Dean, F. M. aF.i'UA2.LY C'4CJPRX2;G RL'iG 1963 562 p. Battxrvorths Locdan I ozo'~ n~ 24 1 3 b _
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50329 7671 - - 2 tC•::1SCry. ~ ~341 .. ts:.rbarr•r., J. 3. (td.) BYC.^.~~IISi:~Y Cf"i.~Q~':='~~. 1964 618 F• New yo=1: Ac:;deaic Pres;s, ~na.
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. 50329 7668 o z n 0 n d2 4 Rodd, E H Chenusiry of curbon compounds; a modern ccmp:riier:sire treatiso. Amsterdam, .i'ntirr York, E1-wiier Pub. Co., : ;t T.''lllua 23cm. Caxrctrts.-v. L pt. A. General fatrotiuctlon acd aliphatle con:- pouuus. Pt. B. A'ipi-,aLio coirpounds. :o].. ~~ . Alicyclic Co:nFou^c3s. 3. COemistry, Orcanh 2. Carbon compouads. `~J: ~fr.l1.119 ~(~\ VZI ill~-'1'tJJ.~'. Library o//f/ Cone^ress t32s10j 4 3
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.1 eI ez0 0 0 u4 0 , ._...~....L.Y..._....~..a.tisi i .....i.:...~~....:w_.,.........1.- - - uapuorl - sd---3.Q aTmnavvf 83a'TVij £gL ~~~'t SUC'1.L'ASIl' C.O •g •r gH . Th£ V ---------- ---- _ , (1O t ------- ----- - -- _ z L 9 L 6 L E 0 S
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/Diass Spectra of 2'-HydroxyJsoAavones & Z'-`iethoxyisoifavones S. I{. Saxav)s & A. S. Knxr.w• Department of Chemistry. L'aivarsity of Delhi I DelbI110007 lteathtd 20 tJ.y 1978: revised 19 Stptaabtr 1978; rarsafsed .ad .cespkd 29 A'araMSrr 1978 0 • 10 o~ o o n 0 2 41 4 5 The mass spectra of Z'-aubstituted Isoflavones (I- VI) are recorded and interpreted. A signiticant dis- tlnction befteen the results obtained for Y-hydroxy- and 2'-methoxy-Isoflavones lies In the breakdown vis; retro-Diets Alder pathway. The former (I-IV) break; up to form two ketone and one phenylacetylene frag-' ments while the latter (V and VI) produce one ketene and two acetylene fragments. Two other Interesting tragruentations Involve bonds (1) 1-2 and 4-10 and (ii) 1-9 and 3-4. The first breakdown observed in (1-IV) could be of diagnostic value for the presence of a 2'-hydroxyl group while the second could help locate a 2',4'-dihydro.cy system in an IsoRaaone molecule.
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50329 7674 .„ . .., .. _ . . . . 4 a..:3 'Piar.t Pnennlics f;reu»$. Recent dereiuFimout»•in the chemistry of natural p'.icnaiio, compoundg; proccerliu;,s of the Plant Pl.enolics Group sympoBium. Edited by IV. D. Ollis. Oxford, New Yorii, Ssmposiuni Publication Division, Pergamon PresQ, 1M. •tQ, 237 p. t(lus. (part coL) 24 cm. Iuclndes bibliographies. 1 L Iiotantcal chemistrv. 2. Phenols. r. Ollis, W. D., ed. zL Title. ut Titie : Chem6try of natural Fhvuolic compounds. QI'i8'J5.P57P5 ~ J5.P57P5~ el j 581.13-2 61-10G.8 LiArary of Congress ~ (G?01 a~oQn0 2 " A i q* 9 ._. ..~~.. ..__L__~._ ._~. _. =y~~.,_....__._.:~...~.... ~ .....,.._......,_._... _.,..
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50329 7669 ,~li6lbVQM", r-. 109 ; 1~-3 Ruhland, Wf?itelm,1K&- ed. I Ee•t iiandduch der Pflanzenphysiologie, hrsg. von SV. 22ihlp*:d ; in Gemeinschaft m; ' f F. Aqhbp lpt a!.l Bertin, Sprinzer, ' ~ 50 it y~~ ~~glIj / p., /I ~ v. itlua. 26 cm. ~ Contributions in German or Engliah; added t. p.: F•r.cyrlapedta af plant p3yetology. Includes bibi~t~ographiea. Qoxa~ers..=-Bd. 1. (3enette:he Grundlagea pbystologiar.ner Sonstitntton der YHanzenzetle. Bearb. von D. C. C:tcbee:_z I, 1 et ; redtgtert Ton H. IIlirtch und B. J. Bo3en. . , . ~ Bd. a. PAanr,e nad Wasser. Bearb..on JL .1. Adrlant, et al.; recttg!zr; k St O oc er. von . LPlantphyatology. L Titla n. Title; Enc,gcIopeii!a cf i plant physiology. `~ i QK711.R83 LtbrarJ of Congress ~ trv7~lt 66-:i13b rav 24 1 4 4
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50329 7676 ~ . 4.. . . _ ..,=- • - :.: I 4tfkhailov~ A STUDY OF POLYPflBNOLS IN ' TOgl1CCQ .BY FILTER TAPER" CHROMATOGRAPHY: 1, Fi:AVONIC DERiVATIVE3. - !II:: DERI1tATIYES OF-CIt~NAIVC ACID. `III: ENZYMIC OXIj?ATION'OF-TOBACCO-POLpHENOLS. IV. IDENTI- FICATION OF KAEMPFEROL. - .. . - - . . . . , -. . .: ~ PhQtoat&.C fzom: Compt•. Rend. Acad:.: Bulgare Sci. ~;p~~tjpSlj*, 35-39-- f April=June 1956j;•` il . (No: 3) 3Q5-208 (~y.-Ju,ne 195 ; . 1 (xo . ` 3) 209=212 1958) ; 11 91-294 (July- August 1958) : 0'~ d Q.n U:x. 4 i ~~ . . ~ . ~ . .
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50329 7690 " Rn 1z?~dRQ~1~ Goodwin, ?'r.!vor Walworth, ed. ChetnistrS- and biochemistry of hlant pi;:mcnts, .~iiteki 1.1 T.11. Cloodwin. London, New York, Lcad:niic Press, j.W.:1. sitt, 583 p. tllus. 24 cm. Includes blbliogrnphlea. I I 1. Pigments. :. Botnntcat chemistry. t. Tttlc. Qh8( D9.GG3 581.19•? C4-24671 Library of Congress ~--° (7-i1 0200n 0 2'416' 5
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50329 7694 Johnson, Ces.cr 5Y~OSIJ1`I 0:1 BF•GC;;4i~;;rRY OF PUh'T PEt 1s,• S.~BSTe~.:lC~S, A? 7i.i'iST 31 i961, ~~ f GPatur Johnao:, a:~3 T. A. Gpis;mar. 1961 159 p, I Colorado State E6iv, Fort Co11ins, CnYorBda
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g ZS"Wido[aC:^.'^r`i Zn;;lett, G. S. RECI:?IT S:lMr^.wu.2 ~E;.:at2Cii 1970 32 Pagcs uoxanicals Penria, L11.
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zC, REr1uCiAS:./ PLiktlllZr tihZYt•,::5-- ~H7tSTCAL AND CifiuAICAL P?OP-rRI'TES/ tlFsC.fi;;aXETaT.i,IC l~~O`:.+i iESS IN KFTb ACIDS/ b t . ~LiU0~ ~UAl~IC CHEMISTRY vOLUG7F. ONE Edited by E. T. KAISER t ~ Lhparhnenls of Chcinishy and Bicchemistiy (1 nivcrsily of Clucago ` F. J. KEZDY YIILFY-IN7ERSCIENCE, A UlVISION OF JOHN WILEY & SONS, INC. ~ l NE•vY YORK LONDON SYDE:EY • 7OFiO'.TO : Ar ,urtnunl of 1Siothernislry L':~rz'nsily of Cl,icago .' ~ . . , 0 2 n 0 n 0 2 4 1 2 3 50329 7648
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50329 768g . . 02E~0 ~0 2,4 1 6 - P *"*Mt*" Suppl. 2 :•,'.r: hew ,, . ,„ a Ye-h , 7. ~%,Ck,tJp , 46 'r• 24 01 7o . ,- ' f {
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`.±_- - - - _~.-.- - - - ' yl~~ tdAT-t,'RAL PRODUCTS/ISOPRENOIDS/STL'ROIDS AND STEROLS--J3IOC!iEMISTRY/ 50329 STEF,OIDS AND STEROLS--CHE."iISTRY/ TftZTERT'EN0IDS/ CAROTEiv'OIDS--CIiEPiISTP.Y AND BIOCI-IEMISTKY/SF.SQUITERPENES/ ANTIIP.ACENE/NAPIITHALEP:E/i1ITROGEN COMPOUNDS/BEN2ENOIDS/ QD 416 Sc 1973 2 C. PAUt I. SCHt€icfl , DtWtnm oJGumtstry • Ualoerstry ojNaw afi flonoWfw, Ilawall AGIDEBQC PRESS 1973 Ntw York and London 7684 > .......--_-_•._..._._ . ., _ ~ . ___._ _.~.. 0~ t? 0 0! 0 P. 4 1
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50329 7691 ""Mw *11P 21dWsL---t Griffith, John Q:aintin, 10a1- pharmaculor;: ltutin nn.l relsitel flavonoids: chemistry, isuxl, clinical aphlication= ~by) Jola: Q. Gri!fith, •Jr., Caarlc> F. I:rewron, and .To;:cph \aghski. Easton, Pa., NTack I?u?l. Co. 119531 275 p. tltua. 24 cin. L Ituttn. QP015.R8ti7 f"~ 81`?.01~.3 54-1~!:>~!~ : Library of Congress ~J I53c21 i 0 2a'Qn 0 2 4 1 6 b
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PENI:.ZLLIN/ANTIBIOTICS--BIOCN@iISTRY/AFLATOXINS/STERIGMATOCYSTINS/ VERRUCARINS/RORIDINS/SYNTHESIS,ORGANIC/ IDWPOLYPEPTILES SESQUITERPENES/qROTON OIL/PHORBOLESTERS/:KELANIhS/CANCER--CAUSATION/ . . FORTSQiRITI'E DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE ; PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY ; . ~ OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS w.aeMOa.as • sauqo. w VOI 31 ' 4 Z$CHMEiSTER r . ~ ~.~raera~o~.oM • ~oee~s n 91/. HERZ SWAAu..awA IL ORISEBACH nSw.oL .L 0. W. KIRBY aesoo. s .~ • Mnror 1R x AiHDERM • ST. F. e1tA0Y • C IL HARfUS • T1L M. HAR1liS L itECUR • K. R. NINDIEY • Q N. McdREGOR • 1. A. MARSHALL LC RO{ERtt • CSd13lIDT •G. iY. SCHRAUZER • 0. A. SWAN Clt. TMw • tt aAOrlElt • t wUxrERFELaT 1974 NIEN • SPRtNaEa-VERLAv ' hdh : va.% .'1 4
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50329 76a1 .. Plbnta Med 291411318-320 1976 . . s rr ~~~ ^ I:~ Faadty of Pharr.tacy, U,:iversity of IstanGul, Istanbul, Turkcy ....-. ..:,~ ~, • S.P. FfJ~~NOIQA~ AND 0T'EiC CaMPOUNDS. OF SuVlA AETNIOPIS!' "" 1 ! ' By A. ULUBELEN and I. UYGUR . t i. Abstract ..,__..........~, ' Petroletmt ether and diloro f ornt extracts of S a l v i a a c t h i o p i syicl d ed a hydrocarGon, ttuo stcroidal and ttvo flavonoidal co171potlltds. By ttsnrg UV, Ifi and N114R spectral tttcthods, analytical calculations as tvell as standard sample eomparisou, the co»tpotutds were fotutd to be tt-ricosan, P-sitosterol, s:rlriSeni», S-bydroxy-3-'-1,= 7-trimethos)•ll:wotte and sitosteryl-3(3-D•glttcosidc. Salvia aethiopis (Cabiatae) is a 30-50 cm tall pcrcnnial plant, Nviuc spread in thc Eurorean srction of Turi:ey. The plant :vas collected in June 1972 at R3b ;c.ki .., • .r I , • ,.' . . 1 1 .. ,.. .f f*% . A n.-•i... lt.......t...tN % . .....•t..•. ! , I O 2 0 0 0 0 2 41 S b
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' BIOFLAV0N0IDS/T0XIC0L0GY--ACUTE TOXICITIES~j~~~~ FOOD-~ ~~ - --J soin •io+ REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE FL1A/BF-79/26 ;~ . L?(tN .ed SvOtItN • f. R•O~t Wt. * August 21, 1978 • • h fl d avonoi s • Nonograp • on $io • 7 AtRAw(f) _ . ~. hfhNll~Ot OI:MI/iNIM~ Af0/. Walter F. Bauer s, hdenV.1n9 o.wwlsha. N.n+..^. A.e.s* • la hoi.Rurs./wer v/wt N..: . . Informatics Inc • 6011 E:tecutive Boulevard tL e«~cp .. e..^eces N.. Rockville, ~ID 20852 aa FDA 223-76-2001 ,, • 1 3L soanai^g Ozsiriiatoe^ l/aiw..aa AeArws IJ. TM .f R"mt i hn~W Ca Food and Drug Administration ' Final: 1920-1978 200 C St. 5~1. • Wash.ing ton, D.C: 20204 , . . • ' 3,• The Monograph summarizes the available scientific literature from 1920-1978 relate to'the'safety of bioflavonoids. Chemical information, biological data, and biochF- aapects of. these .compounds are contained in a 103 page. summargy containing 364 sefe . . . , . ,• 0 z A a n'o 2 4 i 5 r SO319 768?
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50329 7633 ' YabO. Cmr6Ywo o1 Rkidtr Peee » ' A Aprbr. FooQ CAena, Vot 2e. iso. i, 1976 Trtaoe, 8. S., Slover, IL T.. J, krie. Feod l9Year.1l, b61(tt171J ~ Theander, O» Aman. P., unpublished work. 1977; Nebh, A. C. Ph~~tocheimi,try I. i(1961T. Wehtje, ir., Swedish Patent No. 7407 •l;W7, Nov 17, 1977. RiibMrau-Cayon. P.. ta "Ptant Phenolics. University-Review ia ' Botaay', Hegwoud, V. H., k d., Oliver and !loyd, Edinburgh, Received for revhnr September 14, 1977. Accepted February 21. .Z 1979. PP U . „ -• 1t171 . /,P- -7 0 h~ 76 11 Re2-78 S.P. ' • 5-Q, ~J' -, Volatllo Constituents of Prickly Pear (Opuntia ficus indica Mill., C «. de Castilla Variety) ~' ~~~and Juan M. Takahashi Volatile components of a commercial variety of prickly pear were concentrated by vacuum codistillation with water, followed by ether extraction of the distillate. The concentrate was examined by lar,,,e bore' capillary gas chromatography-mase spectrometry, and 61 compounds were identified. Quantitatively. aloohols are the major class of compound represented, although numerous esters and carbort.•l compouncis ate also present at low concentrntions. Some of the more interesting compounds found are a group of saturated and unsaturated nine-carbon alcohols. Opuntia cacti flourish in many hot, semiarid regions of the world, although they are natives of the Americas and were unknown in the Eastern Hemisphere before the beginning of the sixteenth century. In the succeeding yean, Opuntia species were transplanted to the biedi- tertane;.n countries, africa, and Atutralia. The rapid th and abundant quantities of edible (ruit produced 0 •cfai11pluff° *Ct'?"er4ular '"V_ arthas Most of the Mexican crop is sold and used as fresh fruit. with some of this converted by the purch2s,r into fre:h juice. On a smaller scale, a number of conceritrated or partly dried products are prepared. including concentrated juices, syrup. preserves ar.d quesos. or semisolid sacets. All previous research work reported in the literature is confined to nonvolatile constituents of the fruit, includinz levels of certain nutrients. Total acid tas ciuic acid) values .~........-.. - . _. ~:
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50329 7667 2 v 3 ~a . • 501 0 Ft or k ~.+4s ma cca k COMPARATIVE y~,,~ , .. .. . F1 o rk i n actid +:~1:~{~+1:i . .... ; `...'. 'Y.3 Q .t
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50329 7692 ~ 0U 261 `TVANOWduft Ik Ikau, Raphael NATURAL PRaUUCTS, A LAtiOIMTORY G'1JIDk ~969 301 Pages acad©ic Press Kew York 0 2 0 0 n 0 x` 4 1 '6*._ ~ 1
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50329 7700 Plant Pneuvlics Orolq,s. Recent deve:op^ieats in the cheniistry of natu:ul n'•:enoiio co,npnunds; prc:cwduibs of the Pl:uit Pheno:ics Uro~At; symposiam. Edited by W. D. OI11.s. Oxford, New 1 o.y, Symposi!un Publication Livision, Perg$mon Press,1902. .iit, W p. illus. (part coL) 24 cm.. Includes bibliographies. L Botanical chemistry. 2. Phenols. i. 0111s, W. D., ed. =Tltle. ur. Title: Chemistry of natural phenolic compounds. QIi898.P57P52 581.192 Library of Congress tt3'.k5, 0 2~ q n o 2"4 1 7~ 61-10Fr:E I ~..:.-...c~ ..:. _..__ _... .~...._»., ~~:~ ._._~._ ..~_....~s:~.~:..;.....~,:_~..
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50329 7698 . PIa.nc ~'benolica vzoup (L'ait«ci by V. C. RvQecI;les) ASI'ZCTS OF PU.':T PHE-!:QLIC (':IEMIS'r'P.Y. (Yroceedi^.;s of a Sys:psrsium of the 7IanS P&anolic:: CrQup of Nor+th M:eriae hsld at thr Univeraity of Toronto, Toronto, Qatar:o, Septesr.ber 6-7, 1963). March 1964 1fli p. V. C. R=sckias (ed.) Montreal, Canada A. 0 2 C1 Q~ 4•2 r
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50329 7688 I 245 Fo V'ta"ud*dft v. 28 Portethritte der c.heaie organiuchei r.aturs-coff: ; eine saaom.tuag von rusamren:u:)senden bericht;n. unter mitvirk±ng von A. Kc;;l.... W. N. Hasaorth... (endj E. Spath... :~rse van L. Zech~e.~istar... Wien, Verla3 von Jeiius SnrinEaY, 5938-i0 ~ v. il?us., dia;rs. 24cm. S. 0? 0 0 n U 2 4 t h a
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50329 7659 .-.. ~ CANCER--REVIEWS/CANCER--RESEARCH/CANCER--CONGRESSES/CANCER--CAUSATION BY CHF•MICALS/ BENZO(a)PYRENE/HYDROCARBONS,POLYCYCLIC--CARCI*iOGENESIS BY/CA.~TCER--ENZRMES/FLAVONL% TOXICOLOGY/CANCER--BIOCHEMISTRY/TOBACC.O--SMt1KE--BIOLOGICAL TESTING/ ARENE OXInES/ NUCLEIC ACID--CARCINOGEb'IC ACTIVITY/AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/DEOXYRIBONUCLEIC ACIDS/. TOBACCO--SMOKE--POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS/ &ries Editor The Biochemistry of Disease A MWMW Approach to Cell pathobp Etamanuel Farber rawrIa u*ir.sity ' A Series of Moaoprsplra PL7.6¢Ais. PeR+.yslr•W" , RC 261 Ts 1974 . f P e .:. yalm"a 4 Chemical Carcinogenesis i.'~ (in tzuo parts) ~; Part A . a Seltetsd 1'eytr,s I'nieated st the We.fQ Symtsirm on Hedet StnAita in CAemieal tan{eeyeeeais Ne(t ot TA. 'leAw. Xopkies Medical I retittitiew., ltaltiwwe, msryi"d Ootsbea Jl--Nsrem6sr i. ItIl Edited by Pau10. P. Ts'o and Joseph A. DiPaolo The Jehsa Hopkins Ueii•tesity Noti.xal Caueer hartitrte Baltimore, lJaryrlsal BttAada, 3/eryland MARCEL •DEKKER, INC. New York 1974
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50329 7703 . Crisebach, Falm Biosynthetis patterns in microorgnnisms and hinhnr plants ~by, H. Grisebach. \Tew York, Wiley 11J67, zi, 110 p. ili:a. 20 cm. (B. R. Squibb lectures on chemtstry of microbial products) Includes bibliographies. L Btosynthests. 2. Plant physiology. 8. Lilcro-organisms -- Physiolo9Y. L Title. (Series) QD96.G78 ~= - ~ 874.1'929 67-24.112 Ilbrarr of Congress , • tTl - r - ----- ~ . - 0204n 0'24 f7.8 r
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50329 7704 `s!& :bo'.-r-3= .Y. $. ~~ /~ %l~.'--z-.Ij~';1.~l~. 2r•~•l~.`Z~; Y~J G; .....~ .~ r~ 1 !.'~ 1967 3~33 Pc3es AC+ectemlc k'rcbA Irr:.doa 2A •i.7
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~-,F ~ ..~ +...w f i , VIII Me - _ - 4 50329 7679 L 80 1_ 11'.IirQllf~*~ Gtg-1ft~oriee i1C1d* Vo~loi~ Woicn~lui,i974 M 11841191 W/O SflOJ1 SIIIBATA . ,.'r Meiji C.ifte ef Phannacy. Nusawa 1-J3-23, Selapp-kn, Tokyo 134, Japan and TAMOTSU SAITOH Faculty of Pbarmaceutical Sciences, Teikyo Uoiversity, SaBaot., 1Caaspws-Ren 199-01, Japaa L ICORICG' (liquorice), the root of various species of OJycyrr/tiza (Lcgumiuosac) having a sweet taste has long hecn employed as a Ilavnuring and sweetening agent as wcll as demulcent and expectorant In western countrics, while it has bcen well known irt oriental medicine since PS• .-:. . 1s a very important contpoucnt i ,hs acting as anlisiiasmuxtic arcnt, calminalive and anridtNe. Recently, licorice ht+s hecn rr.cognizcd rrm an hnti-ukxr and unti-in0ammytoty a8cnt. In 1946 ltovcrat in Nethcriands noted that mcdicinc con.ixting of licorice 0 20on 0 2 4 1 9 A ' /entativdy satned r-M 100 is effective to prevent dJgestive gastric ttioes by suppresiin8 the Rastrie secrelion. A chemical stody showed that tlro IN-100 fraction of Tongpei Licorice (North-enstern Chineso licoricc; contains .arious flavonoid compounds. The FNj-1U" fraction is prepared from the rnethHnolic exirects of lieo- riea on Ireatutcnt with chlotofonn and benzeno laitowed by shakiag with aq. Nn,CU„ and cohtmn chromato- r,nphy ef " acidic fraction. 'i'he Ilavotutid contpounds or uit-100 fractiou aro mostly derived from tho outer tis.euo of lieariea root. ~ --~
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_.-.i:....i.. ~.:;:....:.... 3 29 7707 50 ., -k Annual review of ta;:nt phg•siolo; y. v. 1- 1950- Stanfo:d, Calif., Anoual Reviews. v. 23 cm. &litor : ]W0- D. L Arnon. ( edL Plant phrslologt Tearbooka. r. Arnon, Lanlel Israel, 7910- . QK1.A48 A b1--1EF~:~ Minnesota. Coiv. Lfbr.~" for Library of Congress sa:;8ol~t I oza dno~ata2
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50329 7701 QK BOTANICAL CHEMISTRY, V.4--8/STEROIDS & STEROLS--BIOSYNTHESIS, V. 4/ v.4 TERPENOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V.4/CAROTENOIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 4/FATTY ACIDS--BIOSYNTHESI 861 PHOSPHOLIPIDS,Y.4/TOBACCO--AMINO ACIDS,V. 5/TOBACCO--TISSUE CULTURE,V.6,7/ St TOBACCO--DISEASES & PESTS--VIRUSES,~.4/NUCLEIC ACIDS--BIOCHEMISTRY, V. 6/ LIGNINS,Y. 7/FLAYONOIOC,Y.7/ALKALOI = METABOLISM,V.7/QUINONES,V.7/GLYCOSICES,V.7/ NATURAL PRODUCTS, V. 7/PLANTS--PHOTOSYNTHESIS,Y. 8/ THE B IOCHEMISTRY OF PLANTS, r• K• se..W u+ && c... A COMPREHENSIVE TREATISE . t EDITORS-IN-CHIEF a.oa.rmeiu d atocAtndary Volweie 4 04" Stred.r...d ft.etlo. (Ii6'o ) and etopAysici Volrme S I/Ads. Aeidh sW DwhaUm (t1g0) e. J. ! •{/Pie. l:dtro. Volume 6 i?ro/elw..d Nrdek Aaii AbodwmAlwcri. Editor P Volume 7 V"" n..t ftodrels ( (941) one; Bdhor P. K. srrmOj. EdUor v.trvJry q~ coljfwel. s Volume a WfYotaM thai. (19a ~"I"' AI. D~/arcA ond N. K. x. Editors v M. Davii, cdp" 0 0 t1 0 Z*C1AM,I6IC PRESS diaealovo.gricA,.~~~f_isAert _ - 1_ + s&ft4al N.rarrr
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50329 1TOa Ei.l1ek, G. (Ea.) 810SYaTEES*S CP AFAHATZC Ca'dP0I3"5 (:ederation of EesYoposn Sicrcheai.:al. Socfcciee, 2nd ?dacCing, Vienna, 21-24 April 1965, Vol. 3) 1966 142 Pagss Pergemon Press Oxford 9 A 3 p ~c~Qn0 24
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50329 7706 ' c t rfdhssa, j. i3. ' RT_OSYttTH?31'1C ?!!MRAYS M E'.IGHER PIA`7T5. :'a::;t x}tenoltcs 0.-,>vA S3*.*spoKixi, cscc2a:~Ln;:i, April, 1964. i'r::i:a-a, J.3 smd T. Sc:ain 1965 ?212 paE:eu Acadenic Preaa Loaeon 3r1 - p f~i...A.ids D I O~0'Aeo24 1 R I
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50329 7713 .......__.._.._....:.ti„ ._ < Tp - 1370 tovaghy"v aa t r, Habry, Tam J. 1'he syst=atic identification of flavenc:tds (by) T. J. Mabry, K. It. MarMhm, aad Zi. B. Thcnnaa. Heyr Yoric, Spxic?agr--aaYln~~ I a7A. _ ac1, 354 p. 111i:s. 28 cm.
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f3a~0 pt~s-BtasT wti~eai.-- , ,~ ~V119 lllQ ~ Hg karLaros, J. S. Ctk1Pt.P,lITIVE BIOCNMiISrRY OF TNZ FLt:0:FD7X: 19i:7 383 piiges Acsaexeic Prass London on 0 2 4 1 8 5.
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1 / 50329 7712 i t !~i r." . :•i,• vc _1}•r:I l:~,i5. 1•:rGtur: : I1'. ; .. \ot: York, :~r.,~ etn c 1'r.:s, Ia+Sie. 1 n-ludr. :.iL:=r•~t u ptiics. io the t.ody. 3. Etor: r.E• rnl rlrtni>,t.. t. Y:.utuiru. J,.otnes MFht. 1v13- rJ. u. 1Munt phr-1oPrs. L1I'~at.I'I:l'3 1:~~3 ~' G13.3? 5J-?:2 Lib:ars of Con_r.:a t_'Ot t I 0~ n 0 ~ n 2 4 1 R y
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50329 7613 TIiE NEW ENGIANO lOURNAL OF UEL'C2.1Z , A•nr. i?, i%52 . IIhDu• J4Vt •arup-qAuR051 DUB TO liJHALA 1'1nN•OP HAIR SPRAY'- t • Repott of Twelve New Casa,~ lnclu :ing Three Autopsies ,MARtt!( BLIlOMA1fN~ i<l.D.,f L J~ l~.ii:FtuattTno T. Clttii, M.D•,~ NAIr.Ea i'~m, I~i•D.,!( AM.,** AND NF.RMAN T. SLU3IENYHAL • pt)tLlr X AftomsioN M•D- I RA1t A. 1O,Nf hI .D•f t , , , ,• " , t• •`~.~- ST. tLout.Tt- xtssoun1(. IV•l958, 2•cases of thesaurosis, or stora8e disease;•' it-. should.be pointed out' that ia gcneral macra- . that folbwcd inhalation of hair spray and pre- molecules resulting from the polymerization of v;nyI • sumably caused by its content of mactotnolecular compounds and :imilar substances cannoe be mcut~- =-tesies were reported.' The well known physiologic lized in the body. Although the smaller molecules that T.at 1. Cuer mir$ LYmph-Nodt Bioprwi 0uh . . node athuwns ap. ' c<ared ia aooa ia a. d ' • J G k e ~ t,na .. . , • ot . . . •!! ' r Steett..r tCaosh (f.. Lrwptkm LU.tetat ewdrtar )ae+t»ed ectic.Jum; euns'e+oi• • Fatient rtopPrdhA;ff fw 2'j~a • tiNe) pWmenary itr htliens.I RucvlYm ct14 vith tPn7: c-v>R•i >>6 fihtalei toms ~.awrl+r k vactwlated eyloi. z•ra1 ew.nr.~ ie hi4rJymph• Plum tenainiu~ FASpasi• 2 mo.: toas~ et- . • ... twde enLt>nt• . ti.! trarr{e. uet++ae is S ma. • • 3 43 2t N:ndn.we DaAc " (/.• t •rinelr nedrt.. RetievJwn h,pe+pfatitF, .riJa ro- l'u•wnt teac..K! .o• • + 1 leea) infilt sa! Apalin;.ation; tnany rctic- a:Patqu.t • Irate; NitAt_ Ylam «Ib rtth r-cnul.r _. :0 ~ f~• 04) (°i) .~..avw.. •~-.. -r........4..Y%-.,.. .~.•....~u.~R.r.e~~ ~ t: .. . . '* ~ . C..t Me ftA OaevV.. t(.u•S..A. Ru.a.Tonr • Hw..wt R#oao...Mte • Mta.o.eoaut• A.a...woit . Foctow•vr Taw Uea Srrnv+n , Ftwaw.s FeKO.woe 1. •• o. Suuxa ' p.r. Cwsee • Lnnr Haos twtettwna Qilateed 6tLtenJ o.tcl~ Eattned..tuotued retieWnts Paitat aopt~ ~ iw(ettiM fale ihMe eelbooauinin` PAS•poaitia lpnt• t•rni.a sd I
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503tiA t, een TOBACCA--FLOWERS/TOBACCO--FLAVONOIDS/ 50329 7671 80 VI Wa RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 VI Wa Watanabe, R.; Wender, S. H. ; (Univ. of Oklahoma, Chemistry Dept., Norman Oklahoma) : FLAVOW13!"" IWA. CXR?11D[. RSLATF.D;.P~tOLIC COlPOLIM 10 Fl1M (W TUB TOBACCO*- FIAWER~" ,~ r Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics 112 (No. 1) lllt(1965) (in English) Identification and distribntion studies have been made of Ravunoid and related ~ - phenolic componnds present in four kin•ls .4 eloral appendages of tobacco. Stamens contained rutin, scopolin, esculetin, ch,orogenic acid, glucose derivatives of P-cqu- marie and ferulic acids, and an unknoK n g1uco*iJe of kaentpferol. The last three were found only in stsnte:s. Corollas ipeta61 cot,tained scopolin, esculetin, chloro,;enic acid, rutin, nictoAorin, isoquercitrin, astragalin, rutin-7•slueuside, and aictotlorin-?. glucoiide. The last five compoundi named were found only in the petals. The last three have not been reported previously to be present in tobacco tissue. The cslyxea or sepals contained r.sculetin, chlorngenic acid, scopolin, rutia, a quercetia-t•digluco- iide, quereetin•3,3'-dimethpl ether, and qttercetin-3-meth.-l ether. The last three were present only in the calyses. The pistils contained eeutetia and chloroqenic acid, but none of the above 8avunul glycosides or methyl et6er derivatives.
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,Qn 50329 7724 ~341 F~~"i~-TWoa~';~ ~ a Harbornc, J. B. COMPARATIVE BIOCaEMISTRY OF THE FLAVONOIDS 1967 383 Pages Academic Press London ---•~••-•-- 0 2 n I a no 2 4 1 99
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50329 7715 TP 370 A Advances in food resuairh. :. 1-'O New York, Academic Prem,1:T4&-9-""' R .. 24 cm. F.dltors:..1- 7 BL M. Mrak, t`s. F. Stewart L Nntritton-Coilectpd rvorhs. Z Food rawrch-Collected war: s. L btralr, Em11 Bixrce1,1001- ed. TX.5.37.A25 ~ 641.1072 48-780S* Lttirary of Coagreaa Op'l, ~02 4 1 9 t1
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0 50329 7716 I I .TERPENES--RI(N.ENF.S'LS/ _- _ PL~G"!'iNI MfOD--TEXTURE/FAOA--CGLOR8/ r00t)--FLAV0R/r.ICr'TVS/ PLANT CELLS AND TiSSUES/C1rT.LttLOSF/HR`~1ICELLIJLOSE/ FLAV0i~0IDS--Faa~/FLAVOxANTS--Fnon/ FOOD SCIENCE A~tD TECHNOLOGY TP A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS 370 Plant Pigments, Es 1979' Flavors and Textures The Chenzistrvand Bioche»iistrv I : , o f Selected Compotcnds ~ t N. A. MICHAEL ESKIN Qeparamento/lbodsand Natrition Uninursity o/ MunitvGa WinniM. Manitoda. Canada
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50329 7730 ~ QD ~ 281 D r.ieR, F., r;. NA i'•' ~ALLy uCCUc7.nIHG 0.y~ t~ tiL~iEll .1T:YG 1963 ~sI p. Butterwortas London I n~4.0 n o Zdzos
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-- s~ t 50329 7720 {1 ~4JP . . na'7Vlwf.f3lw-£m"lwCL11:Qgre.. % Ptal:t Phenolics Group. The phar:-kiacohny of plant phenoiics; proceedins of s}•rnpuyitlm l1el4a ,a Oxford, April 1133. I:ditoi•: J. W. F::;;'- bttirn. London, \ew York, Academic Press, 1059. 151 p. iliua., diu3rs., tables. 24 cm. Znctudes biultogrnphies. 1. Phenols-Physlolagical effect. 2. Phenols In the body. 3. But:n,~- Cal chemistry. t. P'airbairn, James Wight, 1913- Pd. u. Tit!v* Plant phenolics. QP9s1.P47P5 1958 { ~ 615.32 Library, ot Coneres:. ~ 1 t'2A 0 2 ~o~0 2 4 1 9s
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50329 7735 TP 370 PG~~ FAWWT:,-v- Crocker, E, C, Flavor. -NeW York, McGraw-Nill, 1945. vii, 172 p, 22 cm. ~Z~~nn24 2/ ~
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50329 7678 I : 47-4 votrQ ~ = emCal= hm- ~" $!~' Adjq**fwCkdMA-#r(Nnt1fTftt1on N i, y-.1 Sam Asen= 7 Agricultural Research Servlce, U. S. Department ojAgrtculture, lt B tll MD 2U70S sv e e, Additional tndex words. Chemotaxonom, ~ ~n,Ffavonofd tsolatton a~ kaem ferol l. • • ~ high pressure liquid chromatography, n. MeOH extracts fro, ~ p 3~lycostdes tissue from D-191-1 and ~ s Abrtrocr. A MO pressure 8quid chrorntoVaphic procedure fat the separation and quanti- to identuy plant eultivut. - '" Owant `Q~a ~~re rphd pr and-ph ~t tdjudrt to dtton, and saay quantitatto.. The auethod 6 a cbr to tatton of naturally occurring tlavonoids is described. Attributes of the technique include rapid anatysb, high aensitivity and resolutioa, no derivatization or rbk of thermal decompo ting das:icat chrornatopaphk by this technique' is an. im- methods prtsentty used (THF) at a flow rate of using Waters gradient 7 fc cycle. Detection was acc- 340 nm with 0.2 absorba ' scale (AUFS) for flavon+ and 1.0 AUFS for tis .• The recorder chart spee per min. flowers were chromatogr: HOAc on 2 mm layers of s line cellulose plates. The in each fraction were r HPLC on a preparative p ClS column (7 mm (i.d.)
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50329 7719 1?laut P:icn;aics Cv,Lp. Tlm ptraruiasolotS of plant phenolics; prece•ifiiahn ~ff a. sfn:poniuni held at Oxford. April 1958. Editor: J, 1Y. F:ti:- hairn. London, hTow 1 orls, Academic Press, 1U39. 1.i1 P. illus., aisgrs., tables. 24cm. t Includes bihllographies. i 1. Phenols-PhysieloAtcal effect. 2. Phenols in the body. 3. I;otin:- cal chFmistry. i. Fairbairn, James 1Ylgbt, 1913- ed. uTitle: Plant phenolics. QP981.P47P5 1958 ~~~ 615.32 Library of Congress ~-J' t'_'Ot , ;:. o z o o ~ o~ a ~9 .4 .~.~----
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50329 7734 ~ , see I 9 a F1:avr rants Oa7on0 2 . 4 2~9
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50329 7722 = TP vewApy'"`-;,.. j% v04L ic. Mab;,TM. J. T'?:s syo:-=a.Ac idenLificaCioa of flsvonoads tbyj T. J. Mibry, IC. R. Markham, azuk ti. S. ThcuF.s. Ptew York, SpringoY-Vsrlag, to~n a,, 354.p. illus. 20 ca. d i ; 0 2 0 2 4 1 97
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50329 7739 .SH~ra~/~',~slir--P~Yrf~~'.t doy~o~tf,~cT~i.y sysr,er,,nr oDD~ts . - flis~,~,fe y/ 7' r - - r. A r r S ~10JIS-roa I P1 N AND OLFACTION An Internatloaial Syatposftun Ceneaa, June 1970 • Sponsored by 0 Edited by Firmenich et Cie 0 o ' 4 I 4 _ G• OVH~OF~ A ND A. F. THp1VIAS I
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't`I`a;l 53latiOJI 50329 7748 ,. „ TnI '"=C'~.nTr_AmxO. Shmukp A. A. FLAVGR AND ChE+!ICAL C04'POSITION OF TOBACCO. Translation from: Chemistry and Technology of 2bbacco = p. 7-23. Translatorss E. Imbras and Dr. Murray Senkus. ,.,..~....,...~.......-... _,_ I t Oan'0n0 24 223
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~--- ~ - - ----_. pLew iL t=IlcP.tty~ ' 1 50329 7721 ~ i P Plant Phenolics Group. _, - Tl,e phRr>>>acolu~f of plant phE-nolics; }~roceed:n~~F of a ~ symposiurn held at Osforcl, April 1;'.iS. I:ditor:.;, t1'. bairn Lon.ion \ew York Aeademiu Presg 1059 , , ~ 131 p. fit»s, diagrg., tables. 24 etr- Includos bibl!ot;r'aphles. I , i i. Phenol.s-Pi:yslotogical effect. 2. Phenols fe the body. 3. Bc.tar.!- cal chemistry. l. Falrbalrn, James Wight, 1913- ed. tr. Ti,)O: Plant phenolics. QP981.P4i P5 1958 ~-/ f~ 615.32 5:}-i ,0•?.; Library of Con;ress 02% `9~ O~~~noa4 1
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50329 7729 -k`lWQAwI&-,e-Izdt'.at+crr Irt4m =tob8cco aka i ke,f ShIgeo Isolation pf so#* eouo+ari.n3, polyphQnot.ic c,onWounds an~ new n i eot i ne combined sub- stg nces -P''oM !yc i 1 oW t ea-f toba cca.. Wi ~j 'i (April 1955) • In Japanese with E'nel.fsh Sua+"ry. - _ . _ . . . r. - . . . i 0 241 Q n Q 2` 4 2 tJ 4
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50329 7732 .. GLYCERALDEHYDE-3-PHOSPHATE DEHYDROGENASE/NICOTINAMIDE NUCLEOTIDE TRANSITYDROGENASES/ SAVIN-CONTAINING DEHYDROGENASESLYIDERYDHOGEMSWCYTOCHRO."tE c OXIDASE/ ea / i THE ENZYMES - f Edited by PAUL D. BOYER Volume XIII W7 u/IDA2'IO.N-REDUCTIO.N Part C .t?EHYDR OGENASES (II) ~r~ OXIDASES (11) ~DROGE~Y PEROXIDE CLEA VAGE THIRD EDITION : ACADEMIC PRESS xiew York San Francisco London 1078 A 8ubtidiary oJ Ilorcourt Rr,.cc ,lovanovich, Publishers 0 0~ 0 0 ct 0 2 4 2 0 7
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50329 7749 :art I, mu'.t, ~. ;. Chemistry aai terhnoloTj of tobacco. Ftrt i. Iio. 1. Flavor and chemi.cal co:nposition of tobacco, 1953. Pishchepromizdat, :loccox. English translation. Originally appeared in: I vest. r.kad. ?', at,~t, S• I, aiol_ o_~ical D vi§io , page 955, 1939. ~ 1 n~ o o~ o~4 z 2 4
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50329 7737 . ~ TASTB/SMELL/ r Muhidimcn.sional scaling (44DS) is a useful mathematical tool which allows us to spatially represent the similarities in flavor of products by a 7y~ ~ . Cereal Fooda World 21(2)64,66,68 (1976) Mul$idirnenSi®nal, Sca li 79YIli . g' A UsefulJi'ool to IV~easesr~v~lavor % Susan SchiNman Dept. of Psychiatry Duke Univ. Durham. NC tt "Sour ~~ SOlty ---- HA C 0 ~ l rQa Ac 0 2 ---~ HZCI ~ "flavor mslp" In order to use MI)S pnocrdures, all we nccd is a sct uf "distancc-like" numhcr% for exam- ple. expcrimcntal judytncnts of tiimi- larity in flavor cct%+crn products. 1'rcxlucts judgcd similar in Ilavor arc arranged by MOS procedures near each other in the resultant xpacc or map: prcxlucts,judgcd to hc dixsimilar arc ptnitiuncd distant from one another. An exanlplc from geography illustrates how MI)S works. It Ntt)S procedurei are applied to all combinations of distances between 10 U.S. citicc, thc analrxix accurcucly recovers t!1e underh•ing .tructurc. that is, a map of the cities in proper relationship to one another. Thcrc is CopYrphts 1976 American Assoaanon of Cereal Chemists. 1nc.. 3340 Pilot Knob Road. St. Paul. MN 65121. All riphts reserve0. Snlty-;.:li~~ r' ~ ' ~/ t' t ; .
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50329 774 7 FRUIT JUICES--PROCESSING/ - -. =----^--'- '- - _ jl.Z ; I t~ DISSERTATIONS--UTAH STATE UNIVERSITY/ rt-<7os BOL'iTt, tuvld Ro,v, 1930- fltUIT JUICE GL^:'MaTES A.\D FC:.?IFRS: i. DE%'ELCikT CF A toi cc~:CE.i.aTIG. PRO(FlA~Z rr. FNl.~ S~~I ~ W srGiL ACD wi~rrc~r UtaA Sta:e Oaiversity, Ph.D., 197I Toe a~' TeY c .2.~': Fvod Tetlnwlosy Unh.rsity Microiiims. A xERO( Company, Ann Arbor. Michigan .. S~: 1 _-~, O~nAnn2A27?. R
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50329 7754 \ ,., •,,.. 4 Z n 4 n 0 2 4 2 2 9 R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division ADDITIVES, INGREDIENTS, INCLUDING UNDESIRABLE CONSTITUENTS AND OTHER. D 302. SYNTHETIC FLAVORANTS, FLAVOR SYNTHESIS, ETC., by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and LeRoy Meek. 1970 e A collection of material Winston-Salem,N.C.` T
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AreriCaa Choatct~l SQCiety ~ ~. . (Advsnc68 ia Cheldatrp S$ries S6) ' _ - -" ~ 1966 : "esbstt8toa, D, Co 278 Aa6ea 1 I
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® ENZYMES--AIOS----k3r ® AROMATIC CO*tP00NDS--SYNTHESIS CHEMfSTRY, ORGANIC•--BIOSY:VMFSIS/ STEROIDS AND STLtALS•-BIOSYNTHESIS/CAROTENOIDS/TERPENOIDS/ VITAMINS/ CO`JMARIP--RIOSYNTHESIS/_ .ENZYMES/ z~ ii. 1980 THE BIOSYNTHESIS • OF AROMATIC COMPOUNDS vzJucx WEISS xade.d to.eitue.. ot H.dth t&s.a& Mmykma J. MICHABL EDw1SRDs rm mi"miti oe C=mwacuL som. A wft.tat«sel.eo" rubuaaNos lomr wa.t~r s soRE, x... Ya& • . &t.bm. . T«oaw ' r n.ez.4 1 . ., .
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50329 7742 . . ., ~v: 61 Agr. & Food Chen.,~ meeting in Athens, Greece (June 27-29, 1978) & Anaheim, Calif., March 13-17, 1978 V9 COOCOLO" XX Re 7-79 Dominique Reymond S•P• Walter Rostagno . , Nest1d Products Technical Assistance Co. Ltd. Lausanne (Switzerland) The delicat8 flavor of a chocolate bar is due to the summation of skillful techniques. Fundamental knowledge has been gained until now on several unit operations which play an important role in flavor development and in the ~ final texture of the chocolate bars. SLG,r Flavor precursors are developed in the cocoa beans during the fermentation and the drying steps. Several analytical 3 !!~~,. indices allow to follow changes in composition induced by ~-7 these operations; several ratios such as catechins/soluble tannins, qlucose+fructose/sucrose and soluble nitrogen/total nitrogen were shown to present useful indices (1). Varietal " differences and changes in protein during pod ripening and ; fermentatiory were characterized by detailed amino-acid analysis (2). Histological changes during cocoa fermen- tation show a transformation of phases so that, at the end of the operation; hydrophilic cytoplasmic constituents are O Z t1 0 ~ iryqlu~d ar~oc*inus lipidic phase (3). Classes of f~vo pre ~rslde eloped during this process were shown ~ to include carbohydrates, flavonoids, catechins, phenolic
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503 29 7761 jwa98 ~ ~ ](19691 ~ . ~ . ~ ~Weiradt, Jahn P3-rce ~ s d 1rLA90 2 G:..w1Is1"Y OF POPCO10: 1969 82 Psgei 0rugon 5tata uc~fvos~~gty ~ . . .._._____..~_ ~~~ ~ ~ 0 2 4 2 3 6
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50324 7143 Awtnat Leentbes & Bthntor 1480, 8(I/, Sa3•.N9 ~/ 3 ~C' / ". ~ ..~-~rr+ • ~~d epn ~a9tate .! 81 V Re SAM REVUSKY, RICHARD W. POHL, and SHANNON COOMBES Mentoria! University, St. lohn's, Newjoundland A18 9, Ccnvdc In the first four experiments, it was found that aversions tai,3aecharin solution produced by contingent poisoning wern similar regardless of whether the rats had been trained under the test deprivation or under a different deprivation: the two deprivation states used were thirst and satiety. In Experiment 6. rats were poisoned after drinking grape juice while hungry or poisoned after drinking milk while thlrsty, but thsy were not poisoned after grape-thirst or milk-hunger eombinat3ons. In abstract terms, poisoning* occurred after AX and BY stimulus combinatioas, but did not occur after AY and BX combinations. Than was some learning under these discrimination conditions. It is now well established that stimulus properties porting this suggestion was a well-documented gen- of food and drink- have a strong tendency to become eralization by Bolles (1967, pp. 254-264) that dis- associated with important physiotogical consequences criminations based on deprivation level are much of feeding and henCe to control yiha~s cpnst~ted more easily learned when the reinforcement is food ~'iaroi I~Kc~lin ~lin~ I~): ~his+~llo a~s-oci~tve or drink than when it is shock escape. From this and ~
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50329 7756 I (--. Uzn Qn 0 2 4 2.7 w"M.4~@~1:~3"++1~.~.j:E;--J.~t1 FhU M"ich.. _lpr* 1 S--;. 124A, tt•win I-.orr:stein, symposittrn chairmaa. W;tshiilTto,:, Anierican Chemical Society,1JGQ. i iz, 273 p~ tllus. 24 cm. (Advances In chemistry series. r)&!) Includes bibllographies. 1. Flavor-Addresses, essays, lectures. 2. Odors--Addr-i.os, eq. sars, lectures. r. American Chemical Suciety. Mlsiun t~t .k:;ri- cultural and Food Chemistry. (aeries) (Zn1.A355 no. 56 664 GG-2 721 G Library of Coagress s21 2s .~. _ ..... I .u..-~..1~ __. ...._ ..- .-.-... .~. .. , .> ~. ..~ .. . . ..A~.~....-.J.~r~~ ~. aa. •. ve a_, w .
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5032g 7151 329 7751 26t MeF-dWO-73 . / ~ 1 :V _. G~ :a~,~i~-cfic-M ~: PARVA ~,I ^.4/ AItERlC.1\ I`OTATO JCCRNatL (Vol. 49 ~; . Aa.t?1tACT changes in thc fatty acid composition of oils extracted frar.t ootatri ttiips . t1 )" `r.! ~ ~ ~ - H,~1~IGL~`Xiretrst~I'~v'll~L~°4t~•#g=-~t t~OF~'F{3 cxrl=' :~~;-...~.~ 46,: r FRYIN" J. A. RoeE!:TSOaT,= W. H. i+foaaaso.-i-, 111.2 BI:RDICIC,= A\D RoY SIfA'X= A lxattiall)- hydrogenated sunflower oit was compared with a cotton- seed-corn oil mixture for frying potato chips. Chips fried in each oil were orauiolcpticaliy e%'aluatrd at two-week intervals during 10 «•ccKs of storage at room temperature. Statistical evaluation of thc hedonic ratings of the chips indicated. no significant dikprence in flavor between the chtps fried in sunflower oil and those fried in cottonseed-corn oil. Paired eontparisotl testing of rhips stored for 2 and 10 weeks indicated no preference for chips fr:,d in the cottonsecd-corn oii mixture over those fried in the hydrogen.lted sunflower oil. The oil content of the chips fried in both oils ranged irotn 37.6 to -}2.97c sagoesting an excessive absorption of oil by the chips. The peroxiile values of the oils extrncted f ~ rc~ tl}~ pc~to y~iips~itu.lilate~a trend toward greater autoxi~tation of the o{t6ns.~ld-Cbtn o`~l ath- tutt- cohlpareel to the suuflo..er oil. Durin, ;tora;e.
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503Z9-7764 xX NlCS-78 !CNOW-Rt1!w S.P. ,~ti amotn 1{Flavor enichi•co~aufaTakas i rum. Sr.useio- o.hC Ltd.. Wshiku. Japan). Nippon Joro A'yokci Zasshi 1973. 7311). • 35•a1 (,tapan). Fla.ror components of rum, including aks., acids. esten. earbonyl compds., phenols, and others are reviewed with 37 refs. Y. Nunoka*A Par Js411 ~i97,) .,n` j~RPa~tGdv,. Q~ l! Q tt' 02 4 2.1 9 7 .
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50329 7776 TP 983 F1 1976 PDD S. k ~ N 0 F OOD--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ SNEET • I •*fi)AJBF-T7/65 4. tt e a 3uw u e . Scientific Literature Review of Alicyclic "DicarbonYl" compounds in Flavor Usage 7. AWbot(s) 9. Per(ormina Organisation Name and Addreas 900 17th Street, A'W 'Washington, DC 20006 12. SponsorinR Oraanisation aame and Address U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW Wa:shington, DC 20204 I15. Saoolemencncr lvotes r.• S.-Repon ue November 19`16 b. Pcc(otmina OrCanuauon kept. No. 10. F'rojeet/Task/CSork Unit ::r.. 11. Coouaet/Gtam No. 223-74-2224 13. Type of Repott & Periti Coverrd Final - 1920 to 1976 1~. ~. s 1 o z o 0 0 0 2 42
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503 2 9 1780 0329 7780 MOWa&ROMM ..~« • P Y - ' L ' '' Ethers in Flavor Usage. Volume 1. Introduction and • Summary Table: of Data Bibliogra h - Scientific Literature Review of Aliphatic TP, ~e 989:•.`. 197$ • ' _R . . . . . . . .. . :,• . . . . • . . . . ~ . • . This twnojraph contains a collection of data froe the published litaratura fror 1920 to date. Unpublished data trom private industry files are also contained ia the .ono=raph. 'fhaso data cover the specific group of atructuralir related compounds designated in tha title. Included In this review are data oa toxicity and matabolissi, usage and natural . occutrenee in Ioods, and eo.positional specifications. lUis,ia a 8p . pat• review cootaininS189 references. .. • • s 5 o~ ~ o ~ a2 4 2
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SQ3 29 776 3 =. -_.-...._..:.,~..•. _.-_. - OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY--DISSERTATIONS see DI.SSERTATIONS--OREGON STATE trMT:RSIMFILBERTS/NUTS/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ TP 370 Sh 070 714.'-0,'•77:.1:,3 Ross MarkSseldon egree o A THESIS . •ubmitted to I . .. • Oregon State Univcraity In partial fulfillment of ehe requirements for the :~ d t A S Z_ ~D Doctor of Philosophy 04'.11 ` ~s.w.,...... 0 2 ~~ 0 n E~ 2 •'~ 23 8 ~• unt 19TO. J . ~ • w• ~ . i t ,S, ~.r...wr~..,.w_.... - _
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50329 7757 AlDAA TECHNICAL QUARTERLY, VOL. 12, NO. 3,19T6 ~, /9(/- /G 8 . ABsTRAcr '1'he flavor thresholds of the 239 compounds examined vatied v f 2 10" d it i th f t o er a range o x ore no , an ere s sur- prising that on occasion, compounds of high chemical purity -~ A. ~ ~, (99%-~)wereorganolepticailyimpureorevenmisAavored. By ~Y©~~®n C. w+te 3l{o- aarPtoof of organoleptic purity requires repeated purification until a eonstant flavor and a constant threshold are obtained. In each homologous series, the compounds containing 5- 10, and usually 7• 10 carbon atoms show the strongest flavor. • gamgls Tlte purified fuse) alcohols were found to have plea+ant, yoa lfmites de detecci6n de sabor de 239 compuestos ez- aroatatic Ravors. Some'-sulfur cotnpounds'sMo1v th'resliold "" aminados variaron en e1 rango do 2 x 10", y por lo tanto ro values which are several orders of magnitude below our es sorprendento que en oca9iones, los compueetos de alta present limits of detection by analysis. The flavor and pureza qufmica (9<J ;+) resuitaron impuros organolepu- threshold of a given compound can often be predicted quits+ camonte o aun con sabores erroneos. La prueba de la pureu reliably from the data presented. organoleptica requiere de puriticaciones rcprtid:u iiasta The significant flavor constituents of fresh b are n_t~[ r un aabor y un ltmito de dcteccidn constantes. approximate ~der~f t~ir ii~ot~tce~tha~l, t~e hg~ 3 ~~da serie homdloga. los cornpuestos que contienen de bitter subatances c rbon dio~de, Z~te banana estets, the 5 a 10 y generatmente do 7 a 10 6tomas de c:vbnno, muestran l app e eaten, and the fusel alcahots, e1 sabor tn5s fuorte. ::e encurttxh.n-!.^ 4-.tc~:ljalca e fusel _ - . Ii. b
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50329 7760 su11 soa chia t ~ 81 III Ve, Gaston Varnln at Jacques M.tsq.r* ~_-----~;-- _rr-3 -OW - W FOOD--F~VO~T~ eERSOC dCHIM BELG . niM ~CMUM*-. KTaocYCt Es.f L71 CaIMIS css 1100lOZS : Uss gaTaxocYCrSS w•"-CA4 2 Laboratoira d. Cbial. Organiquw A, Jlssoci• au C.N.It.S. (LA S'1 6) ..~. lacultd des Sciaac.a et Tadfniqu.s da St-JirE.. ,A Sw )t. PolAcard, l-13013 Marsaill! Cdda: 04 n•'9LI tsocyclic coMpounda ara vid.lp distribut.d in food flavours. TMy asiN following two maia ways s i) ansynatie and farmsatatioa r.actions froo priaary pr.cursors (proteins, lipids, aAtbocyaainea, polyphanols, carotanoids, ribonucleotid.s...1 ii) non-ansysutic browning raactioas batvNn r.ducing sugars and a -amino acids also callad MULLAIID's raaction. O;~~OA42 4 a3S
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50329 7777• TP 983 F1 1975 PDDL 'a G. FOOD--FLAVOFAT:TS/rLAVORANTS--F'OOD/T(1XICOLOGY- ACII'f-E TOXIC.ITIES/ B19LIOGRAPHIC DATA (/• R.Pert He. SHEET t MX/8F-77/S4 4. ...._,..,. t: . 2. `3. Reeipient's Aeeession No. t e S e S. kepoft uue ci~n'~f1c Literature lteviev of Al:phatic Acetals in 97 • Flavor Usage 7. At+tho:(s) 9. Nettocming Or=aatzatioa %,atae sod Adde:ss W 900 17CtiTStceet, t~'W • {dashin toa DC 20006 1b Stwnsociag Otiat.ization I:atne and Addcess U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW 8. 1'u(o:mina VtYanis.tion Y.ept. 1o. 10. I'roject/Task/4"otl: Ln:c•No. 11. Conuact/Gtaoc tto. 223-74-2224 13. Type of Report Lc {'ctiod Coreted Final. - 1920 to 1975 Wajhingtun, DC 20204 - : ~ 114. fror.l 1920 to 1975 related to the safety of aliphatic acetals in flavor usage. dep~al~iif r~ on bi lop ca data, nd biochemical aspe:.ts of these cotnpounds e v t~ pae S~nm~y'~nt~ni 154 references. ! 11te Sciet:tific Literature [teview sutmoarizes the cvai:able scientific literature . , ... ~. .. September, 1 5 . y} 6.
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5 o_32g '»Tg 1329 7778 4. u e a J tt epott Date Au ust 1975 Lit rature Reviea of hatic Amines i S ie tifi Ali - - FLAVOF.A.~iTS--F00D/F00D--FLAVORANTS/TOiiICOLOf:Y--ACUTF. TOXICITIES/ _ @iBLIOGRAPHIC DATA 1• Repott No. Z~ 3. Rec ipient's Accession No. SH££T FL1Pt/Ch'-77/57 r , c n e p n c , Flavor Usage 3 -- 6. 7. Authot(s) P r-. 9. Pet/onnin W~ ' Yl " o~the ttnited States 900 17th Street, IiW VAshinGton, tx: 20006 12. Sponsorin$ Or$anisation tvame and Addrass U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 15. Sopplemeatarr Notes e t . $• }rerlormrnA (rrganization Hcpt No. 10. Ptojeet/Tasti/Work Unit No. i t. Costtact/Gtant No. 223-74-2224 _ 13. Typt of Report & Period Covered Final - 1920 to 1975 14. " Ib. Absttacts , The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scicntifc literaturc form 1920 to 1975 related to the safety of aliphetic amines in flavor usage. ~~lu calinf'Qrm~iot b+tylt~ic, data, and hiochemcial aspects of these compoutid:: ~U min~'ry antaini»g 214 reft renccs, 1~re~iva. i~~~a pe
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---~.- ~._ Y - ..~rsra t ~_ XX MeF-E-404-74 . 50329 7736 Tech. Q. Mast. Brew. Assoc. Amer. 11(2) 94-99 (1974) ' SEMON ), TASTE PANEL METHODS Taste Panel Methods in a •-~6~ •fvaluation Program - - • ~ By MarStry A. Einst~ ~~~""+" Fl R h S l li avor etearo a pec st Ralrar BrtwinS Compaenr, Seattle„ WaahheSloil La unp..yi&n de sabor en el consumiiar w.n factor nosy pruebe etetliva requiere un projrai~a ssresivo disetiado importante en {a sdecci6n de una t+erres.. De sht qus es pata ohtener datas do muchas tuentes huinann. Estr -mnr importante yue so estimea objetivamente lodaa los _ tuentes deberin incluir atadores tanto entrenadas corao aspectoa dd,abor del produclaa Estes dates sobre e1 ealwr no entrenada:. Los catadores no entrenados pronto saria so utsciame dapufs con la reaceid. del consunddoT e:perimentados, forniando otra fuante do datoa aiediante .w pro=raou eomprensire do pruebaa eensoriaL Un proRrama eomprensi.o do pruebas senaorialea " El propdsito de todas las pruebas sesoriales debe estar proveert Gtilea datos soboe el sabot pars la evaluadba do elarameutc dr5nido. Tanto la seiea.ti6a del tipo do catador rnaterias primae, de nueves o modi5cados producta, do oma ta t&aiu do Is prueba dependew del objetivo do ia variaciones .e e1 proceao, do unifornridad del product*, misaia C'a e:ror at seleccionsr la tEc.iea apropiada 0 el de tiempo do rida y do produetos caopetitivos. Estoi data tipo correct. do ataaora puede oca:imrr quo so obtenpA so pueden eernbinar eon datos a6nss pars tuiana a1 towar raultados iaeilidos e coenpiehm.uM enpiioeo.. Una dscisionea sabre el aabot dsl producta 71e uhisrate joal of a good flavor edaluation pro¢ram ful, practical flavor data. The principal fundions of the is Oo assnm that the customers are offered a line of prod- flavor testing program include: y ads nith the best possible flavor. To achieve this goal. I. The evatuation of product uniformity and stab: litr . the pfodud must have the broadest appeal and yet be (e.g. weekly checka of production, shelf•life }est• Q~~lyti jRn~r rw-,j%-v"h rar~ in pfofitable ~ . ~ ~ ~ .,..,.,,..,,.,, u z o.0 0 n:z.a._z I` 1 . :~
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+. ~_.~...ryT.._ 50329 7779 FOOD--FLAVORAIiTS/FLAVOFt11t-TS--FOOU/TOXICt7LOCY--ACUTL TOhICITIf:S/ DIBLIOGRAtMIC DATA 1. ttepon lvo. * a `'•- ,f.'KettjtiEnt's Aecess.on ..... SHEET ~ FDA/BF-77/62 ' ` . ~ . tt e a z%uUe Scientific Lit ature Rev~w of Aliphatic Di- and Tricarboxylic~acids and kCsters in Flavor Usage !' Pee(otmina Ordani:aciQn tsawtc.aod A.1~lcess - .- ~,4.1~~~t-MA7satafCtlf!'~ AssoctatioR '~' of 900 17th~Si et, NW - Washington, DC 20006 lZ. Sponsotins Otsaeiauion Name and Address U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 S. kepott • ste December, 1976 -. t. Pea(ormin; (asanizatiott Rept. No. • 10. Project/Taslt/Totk Unit No. 11. Coouan/Grant No. 223-74-2224 13. 1'ype of Repott & 1'eriod Co.eted Fi.:a1 - 1920 to 1976 11. 'The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific literature froa 1920 to 1976 related to the•safety of aliphatic di- and tricarboxylic acids and esters In flavor usage. Chemical information, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these cotapaunds are given ir. a 173 page summary containing 497 reference 0~0 0•0t1242'5,- 4 0
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76 III Ni _;.a~w:... • qPBo1+o , 50329 7746 I trxencau~ bAt~t t RDN3TUJ ~~O .-~1 ~r~(J ~~~ r c~ C~ ~G~/ ~ `~ ' ' ~ to 415 .. I ~ t C , 1 4b Y8 , • One of the most discouraging trends in dairy prod~t, .,~ . I Stro{[gJ~_-lll.llLl It has been shown that the flavor ol butter Is a twictlort oi the texture as well as of the chemlcsl makewp of the /IaNa contplex of this prodvct 8y V. FL N/ELSEN utilization In the U.S. during the past 30-40 years has boen the continuous decline In consumption of butter. In 1973 it was only 4.0 tbs. per capita eompared with 17 ; lbs. In 1940. A number of reasons for this decline can be ~` advanced and one of lhemm unquestionably. Is the : ~ difference between the price of butter and tRat of Its ~ cheaper substituto, margarine. The least plausible reason, probabty, is that consumers prefer the flavor of margarine to that of butter, although this Is argued and may, for some consumers, be true. This possibility was tested by Albin ot 'at' who pre- + sented samples of butter and of commercial brands of margarine to a panel of 134•176 students. Although preference scores varied widely among the spreads ex- • atnined there was a significant preference for high- quafity, sweet-cream butter over the margarines. Tttis • • preference asserted Itself only when the moderately . salted butters and margarines were compared. In this test unsalted butter heid no significant flavor advantage ; over margarine. c. .._. - _.- s....... ....,a.,,,,rk,,,,, Mav be'slonificant as, In recent Cv.i ' y . The flauo&'M' b o~ n-o n o~-4 2 ~ t
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0 . 50329 7775 FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FOOD--FLAVORAtiTS/TOXICOLOCI'--ACUTE•TOXICITIES/ CYCLOPENTANE DEEiIVATIVJ:S/CYCLOBEYANE DERIVATIVES/BICYCLIC CUstP0Utii1S/ RING COMPOUNDS/ ,. sttt:ET FQ1/BF-77/55/ ,. Iteeipiene's Accesaioo t:o. Vyit e aa Saetu e S. ep ate Scientific Literature Reivew of ~1licyclic compounds of J l.y, 1976 " a,o iCt Carbon, HYdrogen and Oxygen in tTavor Usage Rir157~7 7. Auteot(s) 8. Nafotmina Gt`aeiration Rept. ~571 -- 9. P)er(oemins Oraasisatioa Name and Addtess 0 2 00002 •4Z50 of . tka" kEctitsdr State • 900 17t 1~`~e~ "7!pit9shingtons DC 20006 10. Preject/Task/4'oclc Unit 11. Conusct/craoc ao. 223-74-2224 ilo. Sponsotias Oc`anisation Name and Addtess 17. Type of Repatt sr Period Covered U.S. rood and Drug Adrainistration I~inal - 1920 to 1976 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 14. ~ ` Th8 Sc'.ientific'Literature Retvew suma.arises the available scientific literature from 1920 Xo 1976 related to the safety of alicyclic compounds of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in flavor usage. Chemical information, biological data, and baicheciical aspects of these compounds are given in a 373 page summary containing 1261 ref=rencr sZ J~4' ---
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50329 7765 /FLAVORAI3TS--FOOD/ FLAVORANI'S--ANALYSIS/ FLAVORMTS--SENSORY F.VALCATION/ /CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS---GAS CHR02lA70GRAPIiY/ MASS S1'ECTROMETRY/ TP 370 Sw 1973 VOLATILC QAVM -COltS~tT*OF PaPY. CURED WITH AND ifl'I13C ,2"f NIIRITI:. ~ SYAIN, JaASs Karren, 19.43.-, llaivsraity of Missouri - Colunbia, Ph.D., 1972 PorA Technology University Microfilms. AXEF,Q1(Company, Ann Arbor. Michigan .1 0~ 0 4 0 0 24 2 4 Q ~
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FLAVORANTS--FOOD/ FOOD SCIENCE, A SERIES MONOGRAPHS , VOL.7/ DIARY PRODUCTS/SOY PRODUCTS/FLAVOR EMIANCER!/ FOOD--ANALYSIS/COCOAI BEYERAGES/TASTE ENHANCERS/ TP : 958 Te 1981 Hamx ltftmr& RECENT ADVANCES EDITED *Y Roy Teranblii wd Roberr A. F1ath Wahrn R.:ioed RnarcA Cee/e. A jrkehrni 1trMntA Senia U.S. Otr.rlweKt e/ Ajritdtr.t etrb&Ic Cdil.rei. ~ 50329 7766 FOOD SCIENCE ~ v, 7 ,A isrb. of Mon"rspNs sdN,a, R'fmM R. TA[MMDV.AUM Avhiw NMaMYw wt JrN Stiwar Hiroshi Sugisavva K.t.o. u.iws;ly MikitAr. IC.=no.-hnm lel" MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and 6ssel ~LI,~•1QP / nEtER wAUtfltA DqrrwwrotI~odRer,k+r ~m iwni r o> n o n 0 2 4 2 4 1
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329 7785 TP 983 F1 a • FOOD--FLAVORA2iTSjFLAVORAIdTS--FOODjTOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIRSJ ? 1y 13. Kecipiene's Accession \o. Bt8L1oGRAPHIG DATA '1• Kei"wt Ha• , ~ j~ -7~~6~ 3HEE IT 197fi'j.^1uel3K P,DDL ~ Scientific Literature Review of Aliphati..tactones in Flavor Usage 7. Awhoets) :arNsae ae~. AlAces~ . t. ?erfotaaiagCrA,~e: s uashington. DC 20006 17. Sponsoeins !kjasi.aelon Name and AJdress U.S. Food and Drug Adm:nistration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 treet, idW 900 17th S . 223-74-2224 13. Type ot Repon & Peria3 Covered Final - 1920 to 1976 The Scientific Literature* Review sum+narises the available scientific literatuit: from 1920 to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic lactones in flavor usage. Cheoieal infotmatiort, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these compoun.::. are given in a 169 page summary containing 243 references. 0~~~0 ttt~2426 p•
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50329 7784 FOOD--FLAVORANTS/ TOXICOLnf^Y--ACUTE TOXICITT. TP 9A3 . tt e n~ S...t t e Fl ic ent~ tc, iterature Review jif Aliphatic KCetopes, 1976 .~,._ SecondaryVAlcohols 6 Relatedl(Esters in Flavor Usage PDDL T .~.P -1974 - rc . I G ' 7. Aabor(s) 900 17th Street, Ntt' h'apKington, DC 20006 10. F'rojeet/Task/1t'ork Unit No. 11. Cosuact/Graot No. I I lZ. Spon~ iaj Orjanisation Name and Address . ,VIT.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, D: 20204 0 Z. •. Ner/ormin6 Ortaoization Rept. No. 223-74-2224 13. Type of Report & Period Covered ( Final - 1920 to 1976 14. The Scientific Literature Review sumarizes the avaitable~scientific literature from 1920 to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic ketones secondary alcohols , _ - ~ and related esters in flavor usage. Chemical inforrat.on, biological data, and ,~ biochemical aspects of these compounds are given in a 458 page swnmary containing M 1559 references..• 0 4-n 0 2 4 2 .
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50329 7782 - TP 983 F1 1976 PDDL • ! i ACIDS, ALIPHATIC/ALDEHYDES/ESTERS/TOXICOLOCY ACUTE TOXICITIES/ FLAVORAI3TS--FOOD/FOOD---FI.AVORANTS / ~ d1aL10GRAPHIC DATA 1. Repon No. ~Z ' SHEET l FDA/BF-77/60 Z;1'it e s uT~~ Scientiflk Literature Review of Aliphatic Keto- and Nydroxy•kcids with Nonadjacent Oxygen Functions and Related m nl t a gt f 7. Antbot(s) ~C.~ . Patotmisp Orjaaisatioa Naste aed Addcess r Flavoi an& Extract Manuf turer•se Associatiota ~ 3. Recipient's Accession No. S. Report ato October. 1976 8. Per(ormins Oesanization Rept. No. 10. Projeet/Task/ttotk Unit Ao. ~,,..~..;. r..~_ . O~~t~te Ynitet~States 1t. Conusct/Grsot 900 11th Street, Md 20006 • It Spoesorie= OrSasisatioe Nstee sad Address U.S. Food and Drug Administration No. ]4-2224 ' 13. Type o/ Repoet & Period Covered .200 "C" Street, SW • 1 Final - 1920 to 1976 04 1~ hi DC 202 W as ngton, . The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific literature • from 1920'to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic keto- and hydroxy-acids with nonadjacent t.xygen functions and related compounds in flavor usage. Chemical information, biological data, and bio hemical aspects of the~se compounds are {1si#n ~t aQ.ll~a~ su~uar4 ccltafiin116 references.
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50329 7771 . . .. . . .. . . . ......•_ . • . •. _ . ~ . REF TP 983 Fl • 1976 a tp 983 • F1 1976 • ALPHABETICAL CROSS-REFERENCE LIST OF • GRAS SUBSTANCES AND SYNOLWMS, : •INCLUDING 21CFR 121.1163 and 1164 SUBSTANCES December 27, 1976 •1.10L. The following is a complete alpfiabetical* cross-reference list of the principle names and common synonyms of the GRAS substances on the FE1KA list (GRAS 3 - 10), as well as substances listed by FDA in 21CFR 121.1163 and 121.1164. Each FEMA GRAS substance on the list is preceeded by the four- digit FE1"tA GRAS Number assigned to that substance. 'Ihe FMN GRAS Numbers range from 2001 to 3525. The 1163 and 1164 substances that Q2remol) oM thp f R.1 ~s~ ,~re preceeded by a arbitrary four-diRit • number ranging from 00'Y' -~'j61, which has been assigned by HM for +h,• V%.~,-„o~ _g of th listinA only. Each primary name is followed by a GRA.4 (G'NERALLY RECOGriIZED AS SAFE) / FL/4VOR `IEMEX"Fii~tC.S MAl+RFl4CTUREW° AS$OCIATIGl+It
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0329 7773 . -......_ - - - - -----:.. Scientific titerature Review of Anisote and . Derivatives in Flavor Usage. Yof ume 1. Introduction Summary, Tables of Data, and BibliogrciP" ~l ,,~ Final Re~°`~ 19ZCdlT~ K • n"Ow - Ar !~. AMr~M a1.A~ M.rM 7Wte maftnpA ooMalm a eoUeoti.e of data from tM publisMd literature frm 1940 te date. UnpublWhed data from pHrate Mduetry tlies ve alfo eontatned in the monoPApb. '11me data cover the speeitie~eoup ot structwally related enmpoueb • desftnated In tM tltle. tneludeA In this rwlew are data an toxieity atb meta0olism, usage and natural oeaurrene. tn foode, and eomposittonal epeeitlaattone. This !s a 119 peP review aontaintng 446 ieeta.neea. I .~.e~w~ w • N~IfOR MT/ON .alfa"i%%'°&W°t 02 0 0 0 02 42 4 8
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50329 7774 0 FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/. s~oar oocuMENtarIcH ; NOc.w" ~ rAcs El' 79/65, Scientific Literature Review ofvAgetophenones and .'I ' aOct°"i97s P8 291105 ; . .• . Related Substances in Flavor sage.• Volume I -Introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliographyw%.wftav-u.•„«x.,%,... washington, DC . ...W,. . '!"" 223-74-2224 ., Mpwr.ww... up.e It. '.e'.ANA&, Am Salp ~MKlKNLI M W~M(6/ N~. .•. •peo••.. f O{e"w." L~ •" /•"ftq •. 200 c.St. sa, Haahington, D.C. 20204 q• Ty" M R.Mlt L Ln.d Cw.n4 final report M sa a~..e.~..~..,, a«.. ~:dethylbenzyl $1cohcMethy~$enzyl fQroraate/ u%.ae;hylbenzyl acetatel a=Xethylbenzyl propionate/d_.Xethylbbnzy1 -butyrate/- c~E~tethvlbQnzw1 36butvrat 2/~" ~ ~,~ y~!+i,~ ce~o_ph~ no 4/~ -~LSd~pyla «~~i/~`~~ cet~h4nQne/ ,~-Dimethylbenzvl• alcn7u~1%. ~xi1~ltf.~id.1JU . . . •r •. • ~ w- ..
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. • 0 / . 1&S..V f 1 41.- ~1A Oi t~ a~~ellNttS1G-: MJ1t~l11M K ff'~0~ a/1i-a~ed si7Tkit at 1i. F. 4hli+es: c. l. Svnyk, U. A. l,rdfurd, Il. K. Bmwlvr, and R. T. ReM, t:vrnvll Oniverslty, tNuua, W. ~ j%V Q S.7 &s ewwicr saltt psnat and anhewbvr trstcwd panel c•valwlt.vt xaeyplvx frtr. .4 posteurizla+! plants svlLwtad rand.x,ly. !hcnvltxts xcored sa.plcs truw cach plant with• ts 41 twurs aftvr procL•ssin!t (frvxh) and aftvr IN,Wtatt untll the •'svli-by" dacv (+^vd). . nictrl IrMe a''L'd sanpta v.re ptckLd up fr.is I,rauvrY wtur.•s e#vreas rll: frvsh x:-l.•x were ,, np frwt the nlantr. .111 naaplax 4tire atar.d at 6.7 C uncil cvKCai. *hv .•unnou,cr r•n.l ' ssud an I M•int hLKtunte xcala with verbal catv4ur[L•s ranninr, fraw like cxtrenctv ca dis- "S.e osereaMly. The trained !%anol used the AIrtA w.rbqc xyHtow. \ hi:hlv sicntft.•:mt :arrviatiua of .94 was f.xuM bve.+.•an t1N• ...nxuia•r ausl train.d ltiinel xcur.•s for :ill ,T yaralax. Tho ..mxlxcvr pmn.•i »avJ dislike ratim;ft ta t fresh and il awtil y:1nnleK. T!u• tratawl panvt d.lirrlbvd thv off-flavur» in th.x. I fts.xh xawplva .1x uxtdlsc•d (litht) isr burst. ttalf of the frexh ua.plex wre .lericrlhvd as e.okad by the tra/nLKi pznel, Mit chcv vura canstdercd acceptyble by both taste panvlx. t• the aocvd xanplas, l~U or ch.• 11 ,mµ.les dlsilkLtil by the consusxr panel were crtcictzwt as b.tait frulty-farwent.d. rancid or buttt by the trained panel. ?he other dlal,iked a-rd sawplo was dvxcribed as a:adlxed ~ . (Il,^,At). Sample+ of the •Il)cs vrre hsrc4d tu dvter.i.c the •u•ld dvKrrp value (ADY), tyraxino value (TV) ?uW pyruvato content (PC). The avn:raAv vatucv for thc• 11 dialiked a!tad s.aVtcs tKre 1.3 for AOY. 66 tql/1 for TV and _i sK/1 fur PC. Thv corrcwpundlmt avvr:r„u for th.• I1 iikvd apeJ saaplvs were 1.3. ;7 art U. Dy rwspartxan the avvrar.e fur the 14 fresh xawptvs•wero 0.9, 1Y and 6. Thene ev,wtts.xhuu that anhxt•mtial rhtin.as had takrn place by thv xol t•uy date. The f lavor d.•trriwr..t lwt nf the n:u.plax raises nuuwt tnnx utHwt *Axrthvr the suli-by dates are rL~nllstlr. KKYMtORi» ?/tlk, t'tavor, (•ipatysis, Mcrublal uvFerlocactan, tt.+racte tcubltity S . /-~ ~ 0 ~ CI ll 2 4 2 2
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50329 7796 ~ ~ 123 .~ 8 y ~ 111! / .~ K e Y• ~ _ ~~ ~ r~p ~' - ~'" 1.S:9"r-uerl sp, N2Gt :oa`sC
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r ..~ ~~zdzuuoazo 11 ~UojumL11 `tionwo(Ttoa OuiclsTlRnd p;3mnV saa.lt°i"~~A mi 6114'i~~""'~".Z~""'~ ..°".'~. 30 gms aql•(q paqrpa pun p-iUdtuoC) salins paITun aip ul asn uF sa;)uvlsqns VupomU jo Isyl aauajajaH t 6 u 496 ISdVS SY C80mn I'I'I'ilttMO ~ ~ ; . 0 10 n OLLL 6ZFOS
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50329 7768 TP 983 T1 1977 PDDL . _ FOOD--FLAVOP•ANTS/FLAVOt.LAVYTS--FbOD/TOXICOLOCY--ACUTE TOXICITI'::S/ BIBLIOGRAPMIC DATA I. Kepoet Ale. ~~~~~77/~ A 3. Reeipient's Aeeessiun No. SHEET ~~a:u e ' u e arw Scientific Literature Reivew of ino.AciJ6 in Ftsvar Usage Keportate Eebruarv, 1977 6. 7. Author(s) ' 0. (orrring Ucaanicacion Rept. • Na ~ 9. Perfrxmrn Vt ao a l~ame aad Address 10. Project/Task/s'ork ctstiea Ar 1 L Cone.aer/Graot I~o. 900 17th Street, N1d Washinrton, DC 20006 . ' ' 2_23-74-2a2~~ ~ 2 Sponsorinj (naseiaeioa hame snd Address 13. Type of Rcport & Perin~ ~ U.S. Fcod and Drug Administration Cuecred ~ 200 "C" Street, S.W. Final - 1920-1971 Washington, DC 20204 . . •• . •... . . 1& Absttacts • The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific lit.:rature Q t 19 ~7 r lat~d t the safety of amino acids in flavor usage. Chemical •~ro~ 19~ i i~ 4nfbtiaa~.(on~ bi~QocaWa, hd Mocticmical aspects of these compounds are A , given in a 13'i page summary containing 68 references. _ ~ . • ,rr
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50329 7792 -F00D--FLAVORAriT3/TOXICOLOGY--Apt1TE TOXICI?2ES/ ~ M" •lv REPORf QOCUMENtAT10N ~~~~~~ ~ ~ FAOt ~ flyVRF- /168 _ - --- Scientific literttturQ Review qf innamyt Aloohol and • w ~ TP , ' ~,,..nw,~1079 l d ate Substonces In Fiavor Usage. Volume t- 983 Re Fl Introduction and• Summary, Tables of Data, and Bibliography. « ' I978 2 C. - w.NaiT.N,wa+ v~w w.. iDCL F I~. a~a.~aa :. a..MCa - . I Washington, D.t. i ta t..M«MS Oas«ww" ww «r /4.... !DA . 200 C St. SSr 1a w.N.~.•bry M.ew _ b M 223-74-2224 « tLTM* otR.a.e f.P..IWC.»... finA1 report 192Q..197_R_ 34 I
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50329 7790 FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FWD"'plAVORANTS/TOXICOhO(;Y--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ RSPOplT D0CUMENTATlON ,k.RFpoRT ~eo ~ ~ p B 2~ 3 Z.p pACE FL1A1B'r-78/121 ; P1 Scientif~ Literatu~ RevieW of Aryl Subs ituted 1978 PrimaYy , cohols, tA,ldehydea and Relatadv s~e~~ in F~.av s.+a 5onarv 8 es o PDDL Data, Bibliography ` h~"~~ o.~+nu+tw~ F V7Mrfer+"MS 01240401" K - FEHA 900 17th St. NW Washington, D.C. 20006 ~ saat*«~t orfMMsotim ttuM .M AQdhss FDA 200 C St. SW Washington, D.C. 20204 i!. tnpviarw.et.ry Net.s Tn.k/werk Umt r Il. CoM..ett[) e. Gnnt%'G) r, (0 223-74-2224 tG* 23. Tpo. ot R.po.t i Ieriod r final report b S 0 2 0 o n 0 2 42
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~0329 7787 FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--FOdD/PASSION FRUIT/ ORt;A:~tMACID•5 / i , i 1/1/1// ~ §denti ic• L ferature Review of Aliphatic Primary _ 983 -Akohols, Atdehydes, 4sters and Acids in Flavor Usage :w o: ..~ . ; ~ March 1979 Fl Ph l ourt Supp ement Introduction and Summary Tables ., o 1979 Data, and Copies of Articles. Bibliography and PDDI. Copies of Articles ; g~Sr, yllaG ' i c- ~ `, ~ ~ «....-.....w.....+ w.w w A.«... ~ F6MA ~ mKA~ hija . .. • WashinDton, DC . jL 1 m sr~wMS a..w.M.. wM. w wr... • q. ir...+ R...w a r.A.. ewen. H .'1't`' I J L,; ` ~ . Abu ~ 1/ A, ~ ~ ~ O a n ~ FDA , Final report 200 C street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 1920-1978 '[Uts monograph contains a oolleetion cidata from the published literature froni 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained in the mono- graph. These data cover the specifie group of struoturally related compounds designated in the title. lnefuded In this review are data on toxicity. and metabolism, usage and natural occurrence in foods, and compasitieRal speeitieations. This is a SO page review containing eeroranes.
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5032 91 T7S l ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS/ FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ ~ 618LIOGRArNIC DATA 'L Repon K~ SMEET W 'T,56 TP 983 Scietltific Literature Review of Aliphatic Nydrocarbons in F1 Tlavor usage:V01. 1. Introduction & Summary; Tables of 1975 wuth s 1. Pet(orwws OcasaisatiN K. a" Addtess 900 17th Street, NUI Washin ton DC 20006 12. Speesotins Orsa-.isstios raate and AdJriesar~- U.S. Food and'Drug Administration 200 "Cr Stseet, SW-. Washington, DC 20204 ]. Retipient's Accession No. a. Pcnlamiaj Qrjaslsaeien Rep No. 10. Project/Tasklti'erk Uei• Kv 11. ColmorcclGraec No. 223-74-2224 1J. Type of Rep«t a Period Ceveted inal - 1920 to 1975 14. 1~. A~struts ~ The Scientific Literature Revev sumoarises the available scientific literature ,~oa1.19?,Q to 197 rat~ tq~th~sa~ty of aliphatic hydrocarbons in flavor usage. ~h,etWca~jia I09 6 lo~jt•a d , and biochemical aspects of these compounds are given in a 216 page semmary containing 491 references.
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TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/FLAVORANTS--TOXICITY F11 ientific Vterature Review of yAliphatic PrimaryAAlcohols, Aldehydes,kEstera and Acids .in Flavor Usage (Supplement 2) ~ ~. ~ ~ Auchor(s) !. Pcrtorauag Organization h'ame and Address 10. Flavor and Extract Nanufaeturers"Associatioil-# of the United States ~ 900 17th Street, NW W:+shinj;ton DC 20006 )y Sponsoring Organizerion Name and Addresa U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, NW Washington, DC 20204 0 . 0 - 50329 7786 -~ ipe36 c 'sR.J 1 epoee uete 0 January, 1977,jqZSj Projeet/Task/Itork Uait No 1. Coacract/Gcaat No. ! 223-74-2224 1t. Type of Report & Puiod Coveced Final - 1920 to 1977 11. , . The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific- literature from 19?0 to 1977 re]3ted to the safety of aliphatic primary alcohols;•al~e,hydes, esters and acids in flavor usage. Chemical information, biological data; and biochemical aRpects of these compounds are given in a 15 page suamtary containing 7 f • ~ ,zcl.o6 0 2 -42.6 0 0 f 0
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50329 7797 gOQR-'9ftArEIDULAIi'%/BEVERAGES/CONFECTIONERY/SOFT DRINKS/CEREAL/ FRUITS/ TP 370 Ar 1975 L l/ Y E1LA G ES F001) 11,11k~1-3S ' A CIDULANTS FOJLt.[.' OO1JiS A1\ D JLM. ARNOLD F R I ® 1975 LONDON FOOD TRADE PRESS LTD ~ Carriclc Street, London %YCsR gAT , ~1= /`/i~ :: . ~- . , ,y , , . . . .C., bf.f.B,ot.., %f.f.Crrtsr.E i 0 251) 00 0 2 4 2 7 2
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50329 7801 . TP , 983 ; F1 19781 Scientific Literature Review of Fused Ring ~~ oa_i9ia~°rt Aromatic Lactones in Flavor Usage. Volume I Introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliography L ft.w a~tabruary 1978 F~ . lte~l~li~~1~OW - ' This sono=rap6 contains a collection et data from tba published scisatitiA literature ttv • 1920 to date. Oopublisbad data irom private indnstrr lilaa are also contained In the sono=rapb. thase data co.s tha spsc'.tic sroup of structurally ralat•d cospounds desiputad ia th- title. Iaclndad ia tbis r.vi.v are data'on toxicity sod sstaboliss, asasa and natural occurrence ta tood.,f aad eo.positioaal spseilicltioot. mis is a 70 pate rwiaw con- tatata= 64 retar.oc.s. I NAnK)tm no"M w=oR/W.noN sERVIGe 8~-~ •`UM&W'°`
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FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ TP , ~ I ' C• FIMlWYl1~•' r3 ~ • • CNtesctfG! K G..wtiGl N.. aDL ~t~:l~ettut+a~r~~'s~K1~D~*d'~e~ Vnited Stnta~; ~- 1 to 223-74-2224 Fl Flavor Usage. Volume 1. Introduction and Summary `r"o"we'"` °MIA"18"~" Ne° U97s Tables of Data, Bibliography S• ^^**W*•••fww% "^t Ma ~ ~ I 1 ' PAGE • ~ F~A/BF-?9146 • PB 29~,~„ , U4. ''~ ~. "' .~. -"=v~tNN R. 0 ON. 1 ' Nov. ientific litera~t re Review ofvBenzyt Al r.. N°v• 1978 cohot n7rnle•1.altvr1a i~Rsan-7nir eriri nnrl Reinfnrt C~r{~c~r.nrnc :w 1 .•jq1% . rv....v..v.v.. J v.v, vv....v.~ I-.M r...v. .•v.v.~.M V V V7/ Wi11\.6.7 111 %a' Washington, DC ~! r . , . aa ng , 200 C St. 'q.rLw ..~ ti if; I 1t& s.«+«ft oM.ntnw N,r...as A.«... .~ • 20204 C ton D N hi S17 ' -}, Ar71 tt ~A^'.'.'.1.'^V C., a tl TV" .t R.oert a Lnw final report . Y , . .. . ~ , •j • . . k A.Ond cumft ioa ..K,, • -. ' . - .. }:.. ri(
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50329 7799 w TP 983 F1 1978 i ~ g ( NFORMATiON SER1IiC! V`& warma v, IC WOM a 02 0_2 42_~.4 Scientific Literature Review of Aromatic Hydrocarbons in final report Flavor Usage. Volume 1. Introduction and Summary, ;~ 2°_19'a Tables of Data, Bibliography . „,,. . . . . . .. , .. : This nonograpA contains a collectioo ot data fro. the pubiished literature tron 1920 to date. 1lnpubliahed data from private industry files are also contained in the uonograpb. Thest data cover tha specific ~ group of structurally related compounds designated !n the title. Included . in this review are data an toxicity and eetabolis., usage and natural . occurrence in foods, and compositional specifications. Tbis.is a 188.page . reviea`containing 709 references. . , _. ..~r..-. _-.~..~.
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50329 7793 . . 9 s- p ' " y~ Pe 29601.0 in Flavor Usage. Volume I. Introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliography ~„• Mnrch 1979 f -- - - ,__' ~. .. .- , /~ - - L hMrw+iwR O.r.nl~aMn ReOL NL • pYi11i01iQA, DC . .., . ~•~, .~ ,~ ~• 10. Hol•et/TesM/W.A Ume Ns. Scientific L'terature vlew of Com T~iom Mixtures of Ali haticicohois deh des Acids and Related.Esters xx yeC 7 FEMA • •-. . . ' 80017th Street ----•--- iL Comit^ctih K cr•ni«) N•• Washington, D.C. 20006 cL~c~1i0' z co 223-74-2224 ' R.e~ ca WNiiK eMCeMeatN. NuM aN Alaeat 1L Tyye ee R.poR i LrieC CeveM FDA ,,c Final repoct ' 200 C Strect,,SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 (~ . 1920-1978 971is monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature from' 1920 to dgte. Unpl7blislr_d dsta from private.industry files are also contained in the mono-. gr:ph. These data cover the specific group of.structurally related compounds designated in the title. Included in this review ere dlita on toxicity and metabalism, uscwc cnd'naturai occurrence in foods, and compositiolal specifications: This is a 51 page review containing 87 references. O.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMAAERCF Ifational Techeieal Infoimalion Serrice I . . I } 0 2 n A~ 4 2 4 2 6 8 ;
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50329 7798 FJ.AVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ - _.._._ ___ .,.... . • s WORr 0 u•AEP1U[tON ' h.1cniar M96 PB 2911 ' : na ; «•. sr«a. ' ~ r « R.yNI Of. XX MeC _79Scientific Literature Review of ~u'ranones and Related Dec. 1978 S.r. s- Substances in Flavor Usage. Vofume 1. Introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliography ~ FWOW-1-1-s ort«wa.i.w ttaw.." A.bss ...:::_..... .... .__ ~ . . ..t".'A".."'.'.~ Ut~S~;,INashington, DC WasAia=toa, D.C. 20006 . s f.M+«iws as•m"a« N." .w. ".e... )0. I+N.et/7sUw..r Yroe r1a !L C.wenottt) .r GpeKC) y.. to 223-74-2224 m ~ . 17. Tpp• N R.pers l N..ee G.• • 1 final report 'FDA ' - ~ - - i ' 200 C St. St7, Washingtou, D.C. 20204 .. ~ ~' e'')yO ti sa y ; . . . . . ~~Z a 2-Methyltetrahydrofuran-3-one/4-Hydroxy-2,5-dimethyl-3(2!!) -furnnono/ fli~tc c%~•+' ~, f3-Itept)rldihydro-5-methyl-2(3II)--furknone/2-tIexyl-4-acetoxytetrahyt#rofurln/ .~.'~,~I~ p&2 0 0 n 0 2 4 2 7...:t- • .
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XX MeC -79 FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--P(fOD S.P. S . TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ R}pORT DOCUMENTATION 1 itREroaT t.o, a PAGE FL1A/BF-78/122 ~nd Su0tN1. - Scientific Literature Review ofMenoxy-acetic acid , xo-/,. (. .~wfr and related compounds in flavor usage ) • / 4 Stw,......,..Aw.~, I. "Zta FEMA 900 17th St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 3L t0oftsoA^WO.~ar~1=f.tioo Nonne end Addr.ss 1'U[ 200 C St. S.W, Washington, D.C. - 20204 U. T~ d R.voA & P..iod Covw..d final report 2 -1978 This monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are--also contained in-the monograph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds-designated in the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural occurrence in foods, and compositional specifications. This is a 49' ®aga rven canta#yinA 70~re9tritcei. ' '
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ALCOHOL ESTERS/ ' TORTCO1,OGY--ACUTa TORICITIES/ F REPORr DOCU~tENTAitON ' I.."uro"r No• s • •- - PAGE MXW-79 s4PB 291114 Scientific Literature Review of~PhenethYI Akohol and --~•~ Seo_ t. 3978 TP . 983 Related Substances in Flayor Usage. Volume I & F1 1978 Introduction and Summary, Tables of Dato, 6ibtio9raPhY• Wb-"s ov•Z•~post. oft , . ;2C. .PDDL 1 c. Flavoc~.,~n~; nfscI NMi- Unitei.*MEes,~e.M1lash.... inqtonj D~~,,,;,, ib fPO.wmwv Wt•watNo Nas..M ANms . .FDA ' 200 C St. S17, Nashington, D.C. 20204 Ia Pr.,svt.ww«. uftd ti.. u. eoK.aNes « c..wtew N.& rw 223-74-2224 , 1q • . lu. ty...t e...R a r.nd cw...d final report -_1920-197B lf. fwowtn." Na.. . Phenylacetaldehyde/phenylacetic acid/phenethylazine/phenethyl forinate/ ' )henethyl acbtate/P1IENET1iYt.' PRAPIONATEPHm.TIIYf: ISOYALERATE/ : ~TC'4,_ • u. ~e.a.ee e«nwe: too ..~.q - . ,. 0 2 c~ 0 .n .o. 2. 4. 2• 4"..::~ .
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FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOL()GY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ 50329 7803 so»~-to~ • REPORT DOCUMENTATION !:.NEvORT NO. _. ]. kV+.n s A(j s~~i PAGE FT1A/liF-79i1 LL/ 1;'~JO 1. Titls sn4 Suptitle s. RN psrt Ost* Scientific Literatt}re.Review of Miseellaneous ltrogen Compounds in Mareh 1979 Flavor Usage .!• i. FDA 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 . / 1L Contset(Cp er G..M(G) f, c0 223-74-2224 • 134 This monograph contains a.colleetion of data from the published literature frc ow 0 ~ FEMA (FYaaro»..VAXtract;.Ma%0Lr,8X#&.&~--.Qf, the U.S. ): !. 1.rfonnM+s O.rsni:ation Na^+s .nd Addresf 110. Mvjsett/TssM/YYeeh Unst t 900 17th Street Washington, D.C. 20006 12. Sps^sorina Orasniistion Mamt snd Adcnss iK 'up y~^ 1920 to date. Unputashed data from private industry files are also contained in the . s a graph. Thesc data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds desig the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity ano metabolism, usage and ne e,-Q 2 ~.'`C0re0e @ f*3QinC;.b017hr*inha1 enonifinn+innc Th:.V ta .. ieo
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0 FLAVORA,'TS--FOOD/ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ gePORf JXUI/ENTATION he=~pT pa::E Fr :;/BF-78/114 i XX MeCS-7cientific Literature Review o ipEronai and Re:ated Nov °i1977 ~c•Substances in Flavor Usage. Volume I. Introduction i ?~w,c , and Summary, Tables of Data. h:,d Biblioaraohv , Washi n£tony, ryD.`.C. iperonyl acetate i,~..I. . . . . 900 17th Street Piperonal iiashington,'D.C Mft-W off.NS.a« RN6 N. d Iw1.ef/t&ri/Mh.Y V,1N Nw u. 6ma.exa « a..MCw «.. 0 223-74-224 O4 u. sponwas os«AI&OM wom .te ad*P4- (3,4-Methy enedioXy- 2a. Ty.. «a"M a.«iw c«...d phenyl)-2- utan0ne final report FDA - 200 C St. sw, f Piperine '~ This monograph contains a collection oI data from the published - literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained in the monograph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds designated in the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural occurrence in fcsss, and compositional specifications. This is a 67 page 0 review contair.ing 8- 0 references. no2.4 z~3 ..._., ,. .~. ,
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r .a 50329 7815 TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/FLAVORANTS--FS2QT2L FOOD--FLAVORt11vTS/ ! le anubiitIe , 4 Scientific Literature Review of Substitute~dYP~}rrazines iu uctober, 19 '{7 Flavor Usage , VOL. ,,Introduction nd Sur.cr.~ar ycr.~ary Tables of 6. ~. I, Data; Biblios~xaphy C~~-~*w (7S7y) ./r, ) , 7. Auihur(x) ri-Iv (AC•)` 9. Pcrforming Organization Name and Address '1,~ Flavor and F.xtractManufac. urers~`'Associatioa~ 900 17th Street, NW'-- - Washington, DC 20006 '12 Sponsoring Organization Name and Address U.So Acpt health, EdVc. & k'elfare, Food & Drug Administration wV 6. oucaL, Jw Washington, DC 20204 The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific Iitera from 1920 to 1976 related_to the safety of substituted pyrazines in flavor us Chemcial information, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these compo are given in a 187 page summary containing 130 references. 0 ~~0 no24?.90 I
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50329 7827 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TP 983 F1 Chenical Sources Association.Washington, DC. 1979 (4 c.)s 1981 (7 c.) Allured Publishing Corp..Wheaton, IL.(IN s ENG.) ISN a 716 r 0 2 2 4 .3 _. I 2
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a. _.,.,....m,... ~. •. • T.._.~~..~_.._ -----5933~f't ~. so:n•to1 -- -- 0 0 OGY=-ACUTE TOXICITIFS/ JREPORT DOCUMENTATION I_REPORT NO. ~ PB 296007 PAGE ~ F'OA/BF-79/92 TP E, Tidt and SuAtRb ~/ f. R.ooQ oa- '- 98 Scientific l4iterature Review of ~ryrrole and Related Substances in Flavor Janua_ ry 1979 F1 Usage. VOL. L. Introduction & Summery, Tables•of Data, Bibliogr y 19 7. e.+cnacs) PD k Nd.nM~3VOYa~~'~~mN-1"tL-&Rttttr4=' *iftw Aw- tu ' Ir."'°8..1 FEMA 900 17th Street Washington, D.C. 20006 ~L ~~onse.inR Orpnitslleo Nama and AddrMs FDA ~~3 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 33 ! • • R. hrfornninR OrRarftatNw ReRt. N s0. Pm.et/T.sr/w..Y Unmt N.. A3. Coetnct(p .r linnt(G) Nw a 223-74-2224 ta 1!. Tppe et Raoort & hriod C.vant Final report 1920-1978 331 This monograph contains a collection of duta from the published literature from ~, 1920 to date. Una ublisilcd da.ta from private industry files are ellso contained in the monoo- graph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds designuted in the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity.and metabolism, ustlge tund natural ~ t~,_u,,«,occurrence in foods, and compositional specifications. This is a 159 page revicw eoritaining ~ .: _ 39* rek.re&eo - t) 0 2 4 2 8 6
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----------- , _ . _ : . ... _ : . ' . 50329 _ ••FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOCY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ ' 7813 '' XX MeC5 S.P. fe177•14t REPORT DOCGML•NIA210N .4.NC.oRT NQ ./ 's PAGE , I~UA/BF-79/5 '~ / ~. TtN en/ irNNN / . 7~Scientific Literature Review ofr5al; cytates and .VSalicylaldehyde in Flavor Usade. Volume I L F ,i a...K oe. .I Oct.-1978 ! PB 291115 ~ i Introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliography i. hA..ndwt O.i•vt.eM N.wN MN 4N.sq wasplAg[ott, u.b. wvw.U Ehrw" Oad boec! - MeMectufer~`~'llMN 0, Uted ~Statw, Washington, DC 1J. sp.Ru.in o•tt.ft.au.w tl •' 200 C St. SN, Hashington, D.C. 20204 r . . s.voMM•Mayr Nw.. L' 1L AO.tnq 1LinwE 700..rds1 x 10 • .... • . ,~ -'71, ~ . ~ p iow- . . /. i 4 -s v~nono2 428- 8 " F ....wwWW wfna...ws weN, rN. t0. Pwi•eeR.../w... uw4 tN. ISL e..nN.et(C) « G..Mta No • ea 223-74-2224 101 ' [J&T:.•ae.e«esP..»ee...... . final report . 1920-19_78 :.. I ~ t 1
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TP 983 . F1 ~ 1978 ,~ __ A1~,,,_fORANTS*-FODD/ TOXICOL06Y»ACUTg TOXICITIES/ P ~sfiL oowwu+r~tw~ • tiwa* s. ' •var pM h„1 104 a... w s.Nw. 293.3.04 , w+wt.et.ksii.rr.tr~w " w 1< stiaMilit Liiiro/w~ Reriaw of Twfuryf Akohob ouis map :_-. - Rdatod Substonat in iloMOr Usop.. Volwn. l. and Svinmory, Tables of Oata. a'biio8.aphli _ i ~. • . . 4 s ~ . . Is wmew asw..we n..t ft. aa hw~..vw.. u+4 M. aL o..n.aua .. sftwwm .r al 223-74-2224 ~ - - H• towwws e~aw.w. w.O q To" d 0100" rhe.M Ca.w. final report --- 7s - fsaf qN Mw U.iatmrk.. afiNlM. K ` - '~f~r ..1l28-19 . ltiis siono=rapb tontai.s a teli.atioa ef data free the puDlisbed 4 litsratrre fro. 1920 to dato. VapublisbN data from private indwtry filas are also eontaised is the sonograph. Thase data cover tbs specific group of structurally related eompounds designated ie the title. Included in tAia review are aata an teuieitr and sistabolis., usap and natural . • ~ ectwrsence is foods, and eost+ositionai specifiaatias.. This tia 183 . page rsni.v toatainin8 Xi6• refet"caa. . . . - ' . . ~ ~--- - 02QQQ02 42 74'
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~ _ . . FLAVORANTS--F00DfF00D--FLAVORANTS TOXICOLOG?--ACUTE TOXICIT.IES~-PRJPAN ---- "`- )LREMOR? h~,yaHtr r,oCUNtEK71l7JON ~. ~BF_78/119 PAGE WtFJ2835Q1, 983 d sut,tseae 1 t Moat o.t. F1 Scientific Litcrature Review of 3-Phenyl-l-propanol ~May~1.978 1978 and Related Substances in Flavor Usage• Vol. 1. . }es. PDDL I ~ J 1 hrfom~ie~ Or~snls.tbn Aspt. No. ~, MAsrt.NnZ Ors.nliadon N.me and Addrlss 10. AroNctRsk/Werk UMt Na il. Contrsot(C) or Gr.M(6) Na 900 17th St. NW Washington, DC 20006 M 223-74-2224 (c) l,+„ Sponsalri; Organization N.ms and Address FDA 200 C St. S.W. Washington, D.C. 20204 )I& iuopemem.ry Notes . i3. TyOe ot Report & P.rtod Covere~ final report 1920-1978 M . ~ . , 50329 7807 # ' " ~;
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TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/FLAVORANTS--FO~/ avzd;c ,el".1~ ~~s TP 983 F1 1978 2 C. PDDL 1 C. QLPOeiT DOCUMENTATION ~ L:ACpRT 100. s ' .~«~ . vACE F'AA/8F-78/135 zY /t/Col~to j D'r. - ~ _ . ..,. ... ,....~.~. r Scientific Literature Review of, Substituted Jul 1978 ,.Benzaldehydes and Related Compounds in Flavor Usage ' Volume I. Introduction and Summary, Tables of """"'`"` °'`"""'"" "'"' I Data, and Biblioaraohv A& fteJaw"wwwU» " ftav8r. ant Extriicr #Rm#acteftw ~bci~i~at~ ~s ,,. CoximWo .. a..MM " Uniteif States,r Wnshington, D.C. - «~ # 223-74-2224 Washington, DC 20006 _ If" lL sN~.Mes at•wsal.. N.~w.ee Art.ai • FDA . 200CSt.SW, . • •Washington, DC 20204 ts. w.N60.".ry •1R AlWat nMMe 300 "..dy 'fiis mon ap i N ls T0..f R.pet & r«dsa Final Report 1920-1979 34. co ains a collection of data from the published literature from 19Pn t.,' .~8•9• 50329 7814
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~...._.._~.--- -.~ . . -- " ~~' ~~+~s-z'~- 50329 7818 TP 983 F1 197 t A16LIOaRAPNK DATA RMIKI ~~~jg/.76I4> >' ~ ` '~ fN tt T ttT TDADF-CSAb 33 K2 L i,w „~ ~,kk • o«t re(Supple xnted SCIMtItIC LI?WIlURt 1tEVIENS ON t00~)ZALLT RECOGMIZ® AS SAFE (CSAS) 100D LfG1tfDIE11lS - ALIP6/1lIC P1tI?IAtT a. 1tEUTED sT>: Y ALCONO~.S ALDENYDES ACIDS AND Volume ~ erfer.iy Orp.is.cio. Rept. S e . "'' OrRa.uatie. N.~e .rrd A • ~ 1.. Projeer /Tuk/~a.k UaicNe. 9001 t erNt, NIt I1. f.aar.edCn.r No. f~/ashiniton, DC 20006 FDA 73-162 12. Sp.seriy Orp.is.de. Naoe.M AMrese 17. Type o( Repn a Peried Co.ered U.S. Food and Drug Ad.inistration Final-1950 to 1975 200 "C" Street, SY la tia.hingtoa, DC 20204 ls s~wle.ea"t: "t: ""'• O.. OErARTMENT OF COMMERCE VoSus 2 of 7 volumes Natlenal T.ch.kat Urorm~tion S.rrit. 1~. Akwt.ees !6a Scientific Literature Review ws.arises tM available scientific literature from 1950 to 1973 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food ingredients. Tlu aubaaacss are selected from aliphatic primarF alcohols, aldehpdu, acids, and related esters. The review summari:ea the natural occurrence, uaa;a; chemical, and biological data on the substances in a 2,457 page review containing 10,064 references. f ! I i , o~ o o ~ 0 24 2 93
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V-..., .~ ., .._.-..-,-~.~ 50329 7817 . TP 983 F1 . 1975 / ! : ~ ~ 8tKNNiRAPNIC DATA IIIRST fY/01-76N= 2. I r ~ PIAPIWI jtN ar k - - cz.v.j SCIZIR'ITIC LI'fLRATURE REVIEiiS 09 CdSESALLY RZCOGltIZSD AS SI1R (CRAS) 7000 IUGRlDIEIRS -/1LIl6ATIC MtI)UiY ALCOHOi.S, ALDfJiYDBS-t- ACIDS_AIfD SELA1'ED ZSTSIS IS ![AVO . iy paisui.. N..e ~ 900 17tb Straat, NU Baahiugtoa, DC 20006 lt Sp...ri.y Otp.isai..lf... ad ANas. U.S. lood aad DraS Ld.ini.tratios 200 "C" Strut, SU UaahinStoa, DC 20204 lf. l.Nk..a.er N.a. Volu.a 1 of 7 Yo1v>taa 16. Aba.ee. epott u. Upptamant J41 1974 Dac 1975) lb. 'arai.s Orpasatiow Rapt. q. Pt.iem/T..".eY U.w N.. il. C..er.e Ge..c N.. FDA 73-162 13. Type et R.pat a P,rid C..er./ Final-1950 to 1975 11. U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ~ ~ , Netionel Technical Information Senice , lha.Sciantific Litaratur. tariav wu>.ariaa the available aciantitic literature iro. 1950 to 1973 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used aa food Ingredients. The substances are selected from aliphatic priaury alcbhol., aldahyda., acida, aad related aatara. The review na.ari:aa the natural * occurrence, usage, cha.ical, and biological data on the substances ln a 2,457 page review containing 10,064 references. iT~Ci~Z-4.x 9 42 _ _- ---- U I I
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TP 83 F1 .979 50329 7805 - pAce l 1~'oA/BF-79/85 1 ..1fae .a" swaa. , onr t Aeviery~ogiPhenols in' Flavor Usage . Vol. 1, T ~ummary, a es of DaCa3 Bibliography . . • . re . Foon--hLAVO,R.aN•rs/PLAVOItArrrs--FOOD/TOxICO1AGY--ACUTE TaxtclrlH s/ s PWftOI * s or1PWAMISO NawN 0" Ardns. a'lAYOR- i. 90017th Street Washington, D.C. * 40006 ii lp.na..1K Oepds.tl" N.m..M A"ws _. W-1 -A R~ ~M-- itq ..~ {M,, - ; tZOV t 0-~'.,:l 1~- FDA 204 C Street,'SW,, H'aahington, •D.C. 20204 . . . .~. . . PB 29600 ' o.a Ss.o.re January 1979 , L ~s O~t~•tNn Re9t. n l4 I+Ml"WR."1 YUe.k tfrit !la I& -Cew+eNC1 .. 6e.nx61 tia eo 223 74-2224 ea lL T"w of R.oeR & hned Cow.. Final report 1920-1978 u '11iis ~nionograph* eoritaim a collecti'on of data from ~ fhe published literature from' ,1920 to date. Unpublished.data from private•#ndustry files are also contained in the mano-• graph. These data cover thespecific gzpeip ofstrcictur.a2ly related compounds designated in the title. included in this revidw are data an toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural ocaurwnc~i,n@oo", ew o"jwit;i:I;tAsp ifieations:• This is a 490 page review containir.g . 1881 references. ~ ' ' •
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50329 7821 ~ TP 983 F1 ' 1975 I c pRLN)ORAPNIC OATA RePat N.. ~~.~ 4~ z P B 2 5 4 9 ?DAa1-CW-2 3-YS .) sNRtT 7 8 ~. Titi. s.d S.keaN LjeaYtt a i1p sm4ate aCI611TIlIC LITeSA1VU RZYIS1is OM GIIIERALLT SECOQIIZ® AS July 1974 Dec. 1975) sArs (GlAa) FOOD nIcRSD1ialTa - ALrnu?IC nlowa ALCOMDLa s , . ALDtxTDRa ACIDa AMD uLATSD asTata Ip rLAV01 na.ce. O eW ~e '•i;•: : " edeetai.l Orp.itacio. Rept. N.. . K(a~iy OeRuisai.. _ 10. Projeet/T..k/1wk Uait Ne. 900 17th atraat, 11N . C Gna N.. Washington, DC 20204 FDA 73-162 1'!. !'.wt+tiy Orp.issti.. N..e sd Addnss 1!, T~ye o/ Repet a Period U.S. Food and DruR ddaiaiatration ~~+ 200 "C" atraat, W linal-19S0 to 1975 tlaahingtoa, DC 20204 1s, 1l. N.t.. I/oi To 11. Ak.enaes The Scientific Literature f.viav RummaKsaa tha availabie scientific litarature troa 1950 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used an food inasadiwta. The anbatancea are selected fsom aliphatic pri.arp aleoML, aldahpda, acida, and related aatasa. The ravtav wmaris.s the natural occurrence, nwaa, aha.iesl, and biological data on the substances in a 2457 pge raviev containing 10,064 references. Y.S. OErARTMENT OF OOMMEM Nttialsi Ttd lidetl IdsrwRtioR SMtitot - Q Z b ~--~-- -- -- ---- --- /
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50329 7800 TP 983 ~~r ~wtNtataN '}.•cw.r aa • a I •79 49 sdentifia hltgrature Reviav er.. ftril Substituted [etonss ' !a flavor UsageL(lar • ~ r L041001r PB 291109 a ....w a.w " "'. '_ '"' I/mr_ 107 a+ hWw.-4 o•,w«w ...~ ». • AA*M a7~M /MiM Me aMnM • . . Ia, Iw,w~ewwas 11M Na ~d~ M irMNC1 IM6 g00 17th ftreet _.. pnhiadcas, O.Cr. =p06,..~~., i.... ~ a '... -- -,,-- w . ML SonoSraph eontaioa a aolleetion of data lrom the published literature fra. 1920 to data. Obpubliahed data from pri.ate industrr fiies are also contained in the nonograph. lhese data cover the speeifie ; gcoup of structurally related compounds designated in the citle. Included hL t ew are dat* on touieitr aed ssataboliss usage and oatral revi,u. . • occurrence is foods, and ea:poaitioaal speeifieations. ?his ta a7a . vasa ~ . ~ re.isr oostasosat 9i• re["ces. • : . . • • . . . . • - 1 . . . . IrU11CPUl MOW-4 fORMM10N SERViCi .'~".. L~ "°` -.~~ Q- V"`~"~. - , . I 011
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50329 7820 TP ~3 1974 ;. . NR1100RAPMIC OATA . n•R . mF-7`AS L fN[!T P B 2 W77 1. NIe d f.hitM T. ><spoiTD:relav~- !-e= fCIENTIFIC LITFJtATCU >ALVIY1if OD GEiQEAALL? 1lECOQ1IZED AS Jul 1974 Dec. 1975) S/1Ft (G1tAS) FOOD I1lG1~DIIIR9 -~IFBATIC F1lIIlART ALCODOLS, L ALDE E3 IdC Ai1D M A?ED E3TEtS IlI FLAt/01 CSAX. • =JCiif~R VO uee ~ ae.iy Or~asinno. Rep . e.i.{ aaeisui.. N..e.et MOP 10. Projeee/Teek/R'«k Veir No. 9~0 17th =tiset. Mi1 /1. Ceanea Gau No. ilasbinstoa, DC 20006 FDA 73-162 1!. SMa.aiss Orpeisai.a N.M ud A//nu 13. T ~ Repon a Period U.S. Food and Drug Ad.iaistratios 200 "C'~ Street, Ai Final-19S0 to 1975 wshinstoa, DC 20204 ts. se0teaenuP Nw. Y.S. D ErIi9TMENT Of COYI~{ERCE vol~s 4 of 7 volusas. N~linu l Tedsial IRfomulion Service 16. AMa.en Tbs Scientific Literature Lviev su~arises the available scientific literature from 1950 to 1975 rslated to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as f0od ingrediaats,.. ihs substances are selected froo aliphatic primar7 alcohols, aldehydes, acids, and related ssters. The reviev summari:es the natural occurrence, usage, ehe.ical, and biological data on ths substances in a 2457 page rsviev containiag 10,064 refer.aces. , j ~ I 0~~0~1024295
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507" •ro1 . . - r- ~-, -~`~fOD=-FLAV0 tANTS/FCA -- FOODIT . T.fR;~t==tCMMTOXIr'ITIF.S/ REPpRT ~OCUMENTATION ORT NO. ~y ~'~ ' PAGE •FL1A/BF-79/98 L i~6~r~ l Q~L~ O 3 b TItN and SuAtitte T P Scientific Literatu•re Review of Salts.qf~_arboxyltc Acids In Flavor Usage 9 3 VOL. I. INTRODUCTIOV & SUMARY{ TABLES QF DATA, 3IBLIOCRaPHY -99 I _ 7~ tar(s) P Ie` ORaM:adeR NaR+e .nd AAdnls 3 FEMA ( Fi*YW-# n~~£rmow 3 900 17th Street *S Washington, D.C. 20006 G. 1Z Sponso.ing Orpnisad.n Nam..nd Addnss ~!Z FDA ?i'u ~- 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. - ~1~.. . -7 '1 y~ . ]~s. Suool• ~+taqr Net. ~..G ~ li. AW.r.ct (WniC 200, L~ i)/ p~~+2 17 ~ i ~+t_ ~ 20204 i R.p.R Oat. January 1979 ~ ~ R hrfenwiws Orpntsaton Qeot. Na M /aoiw/TSk/w..U unit Nw W. . ~ IL Oattnet(C) or Grsne(Cl Me. cc 223-74-2224• ~ 17. T1r0o of KtnoR i P.ried Cov.r.e Final report 1920-1978 )M This monograph contains a-collection of data from• the published literature fr• 1920 to date. Unpublished d$ta from private industry files are also contained iii th:. graph. These data cover thQ.specific group of structurally.related compounds-desi~ the.title.. Included in this review are data on toxicity and metatiolism, usage and r: occurrence in foods, and compositipnal specifications. This is a 58 page review cor 116 references. 00 n 024' 2.87 . 0 50329 7812
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50329 7823 TP 983 j F1 j 1975! --~---- o n o ~ ~ IoSRAPNICRATA 1~. R.~. 11w /NRIQF•7A/ ~ !. ' ~ 411W >rDAD -CfAt-ZZZ-1/7 (4v ~ (~ kk sed S.kk f. eput v.re~aupp.mea~an lCILMTIFIC L2?WTl1~ DlYIZ~ (N OEN6RALLY RsCOCMIZED AS July 1974 Dec. 1975) SAF= (CRAa) FOOD IIfGZtDIE1Ra - ALIFNAtIC FRIIlARY /1LOOWLa, s. ALDfliYD=3, ACID: QriD ~.ATSD sBTtRE Ix FLi#VOt OEAGi. - er/orrai.s %uiutie. ReP. N SCQtl r e. ,,rfers' M Nw ~ 10. Project/Task/a'ork U.it No. 900 17th Street, MH 1. C.w.et/6e.a No. tiashinsto., DC 202" FDJ1 73-162 lt S~ueruV OtWisuiM Ma~e e.~ AMreee 1~. Trpa ot ReOen a Peried c.verd O.S. Zbod and Dsvs Ad.inistratio. 200 "C" itreet, Sii Final-1990 to 1975 wsbinftoa, DC Z02o4 14. 1L i.»lea.wrf Menn Ro1use 7 of 7 Yoiusra q. Akwese ihe 8cieatifie Literature Reviev su..erisee the available scientific literature frost 1930 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food iaDredienta. The substances are selected froa aliphatic primary alcohols, aldehydu, acids, and related esters. The reviev sumsarisas the natural occurreACe, asase, ebaical, and biological data on the substances in a 2457 page review containift 10,064 references. ~s aEruRmOr OF aorraM . Ihti~al Udwa~ atan~ti~s s~n+o~ . 4;
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50329 7826 hnxry, A. F. V3AV0A FWTIFIOE!.'sxON ANM 3TOIiMiS 07 TOAY-WA.: DltIhD C u`L r."e"r.*J'd: C.r,XSTAL3, by R. R. 3erry, 0. W. Bis3att aad C. J. Vc.gnar, Jr. Proc. F].r.. State Sort. Soc.-79, 330-334 (1966) ....~.. ,_.r..,.,~,~... -~:-~....~.,.~-.,.... ozoo~o~~~.ot ~ .~.- -- - .~-
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50329 7831 1-ME~iTK01./ SWEETENERS/FOOD--,FLAVDRAN'rS /FLAVORANTS--MEASURL4ENTS / _ . . .~... ... _ _. . . . _. _ TASTE--TESTI:~G--FLAVOR~ . ~ WESTVIEW SPECIAL STUDIES IN SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY/ ! , TP 958 Ap 1978 MAVOR2 ~1~~~~ts . ~ and-Comriiai:ta Proce, din ;s of the Arthur [?. littie, tnc., Ff avor Symposium, -i9T7 edited by Ch"ar les M. Apt Westview Special Studies 2 0 a A n 2~~ieac$and Technology I
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50329 7822 83 F1 1 75 t 0 - 7 swaftle tCI~tTIfZC LITiL1VSt ~ OM f~1fL1lALLT 6ECOC~IIZ® AS ~ aua (cW) rOOD nPcuoInlra - ALlra.rIC rRaUST ALCOBOLS, ALDLSTDZa, ACIDS .ND mrrSD ssr6ta ix rrdvOl cs.Ct. .`'cri_.7r .. .et.e.i., _ i.. N... 900 17th Street, M ttashia=toOs DC 20204 12. fp....eiq OepeLaei.. N..e ..i ANwu II.S. food and Deag Adsiaistratiod 200 "C" Street, S11 Wyhiostoa, DC 20204 July 1974 Dec. 1975) L L ftdemi.R Orp.isuie. Rep• N« IL Fr.j.et/T.,k/W.rk u.it No. it. Counet/Gn.c No. !DA 73-162 11 ~~~ R.pet a .ri.d linal-19S0 to 1975 14. lf. 3.hM..wA N.w. Vol-me 6 of 7 Yolms 1{. Alasea The Scientific Literaturs te.i.r sussari=as the available scientific literature trm 1950 to 1975 ralatd to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food iniredients. The substances ars selacted from aliphatic pri-ary alcohols, aldehyda, acids, aud related esters. The re.iew eussarises the natural occurrsoce, wa6e, chemical, aad biolo6icai data on the substances in a 2457 pa=s review aoataieias 10,064 references. u.a. DEFARTNIENT OF COMINEW pitlog Te*iql 4formtlem Saft ..-_~. . oz~o~n-.2 429f
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ALCOHOLS TERTIARY/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/F00D--FLAVORANTS/TOXICITIES--ACUTET 50 3 29 7816 ESSENIES & ESJE#T4;qL~--aIW....... .-......y • . ... ... ... : •-•~.,-,. •,.~......_., - s18l.tOGRAPHIC OATA L Kern Ito. rPB-265 SHEET 513 tte• i N TP Saientific Literature Aeviev of Tertiary illcohols and 983 Related Esters in riavor 1lsage.Vo1. 1. Introduction & 1975 `"°`(') F1 SSumna~CX: Tables of Data; Biblio9ra.phy. 10. 14e;ec tM+k/r otk lln is Washington, DC 20(" 12. Spoesainj tkjs.isatiw Hsae ..J AJdtess U.S. Food and Drug Ad.inistration " 200 "C" Street, SW Idashingt..n, DC 20204 900 17 tfi-Wcee'3;; 0 3. Reci'ient's Aecessiew I epwt Vate Deocerbcr, 1975 t. X e~t~tosoin~ Otsaei:.ation F r - :1. co"scs/Gta•u No. 223-74-2224 13. Typ. of Repott !c P.rica Ceveted Final - 1920 io 2' 14. The Scientific laiterature Reviev susrAarises the availahle scientific literatut: fro. 1920 to 197S-related to tte safety of tertiary alco!tols and related esters in flavor usage. Ch4=ieal infoLtatioa, biological data, 1nd•biochemical aspects of these compounds are given in a 109 ;mge swseary'containing 297 rcferences. ozo~no2 4- 2 9f
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10 TP 983 Fi 1979 fFt.C. PDDL 2 C. GSMMALLg REGJlRDED AS SAFL/ . ! Reference list of flavoring substances In use iu the United States Compiled and edited by the staff of Flavor and Extract AtanufactYUrrs' Association Washington, D.C. • ,, Allured Publishing Corporation,Micaton, IL * o&A4A.I." cC ? o6..o"Ol. • uzn •0 n0' 24307
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B o.~1' zouuoro twS V~1tt •!Ics,~3 VtOJft R+o7tVrxMOT ~a1'I& -x
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% FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FI.AVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACtJTE TOXICITIES/ 50329 7795 £UGENOL/. ` . -BENt,HNE, 3,4-DIMETHOXY-I-VINit,-r "" " 1 REMRi N0. KEPORT P GEMEN7ATi0N '. +- F~BF-78/ilb - - I .~_,.. TP 1 sWIn' L 983 Fl -1978 !T. PDDL Scientific Literature Review of "n &tgenol_ and, Related Substancea inPavnor IIsage , L,t«min Oegan1:.t/on ii, Fiat~ot F£MA A Na+nA 0 and Addn» 900 17th St. N.W. . . Washington, D.C. 20006 Eugenol, u ioomen~ o.i.«I:nwn NMN..fie Aae.ss e of its estera, and both its methyl a FDA ethyl ethers; and 3,4-dimethoxy-l-- 200 C St. W.W. vinylbenzene, a substance of similar Washington, D.C. 20204 ' chemical structure.-- LRspwt O.t. MA1L1.978 & h"Verwais oa•rMe.a«ft R.oe. M.,. +a 223-74-2224 . ~ 3u. T". Mx.owt L r.dw cewns lid final report _M0..1 47s 4L This monograph contains a collection of data from the published scientific literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from -private industry files are also contained in the monograph. These data cover the'specific'group of structurally related compounds 0 2 0 o n o2 4 Z 70 _ three of'its esters, and
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-,- lo171-tot - _ REPORT DOCUMENTATION 1t_REPORT NO. s. PB PAGE FzYVBF-79/93 2960 d. Tltl aM EutN1tN SO Scientific Literature Review of, yridine and Related Substances In Flavor ~8nuacy 1979 + Usage - Vb£.~ tQ ~ t'oAorminR Orssnitsdoe Nsw» snd /1ddr.ss yr. Ff'sMA (FI~ .._._ ._.. ----- ,- - 90Street Washington, D.C. 20006 fL :penter/nR Orpnizatlon Nsnw .#d AddrKs FDA 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 This monograph containc a collection of data from the published literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private ihdustry files are also eontained in the mono-- graph. These data cover the su-speifio t•,^llr...e ~*...~....-..t,.. _.,_._ ~_ .. : 020 0 n 0 2 4'2A 5 FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FOOD--FLAVORADITS/' • 50329 7810 TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ •. /rrNtwft OrRsoWtloA Re. tt1 hWoet/Tosts/1NeA tlnit N A3. CtMt+et/C) or Otset(C) Nt eq 223-74-2224 ~ 1"f8Pet-P 3& Tne oi RoOert a hriod C• Final report 1920-1978 ;z
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-- . . .;.. . . -...-• ~-- _.. 50329 7837 , ... rl n III LnA$ 74 UNITED STATl:S TARIFF COMMISSION WaAhington SYNTHETIC ORGANIC CNEMICALS' UNITED STATES PRODUCTION AND SALES OF F L.1~?:~ ~t-~ ~AND-PE'lt FVMB4 NFATERIALS it 1972 e *1 3 . Ll Preliminary f ~ ~ United States Tariff Commission ~ ; January 1974 ` .._...,.....~.~ __.-~--.r.. 02n0 n0 2 43 1 2
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-r--rFY 9"'^-, "'Z 0 u V 4 Z V • ~ '. . lM uoFavalt-and usTse'rmmuoO ;;I3'RW •c •n1 -: 5 aIJZ3 uil~:.INQ ' S'mr-tSlo 'JIN.V:}'-dJ JI,TaH.'«tt: S UGT*;SfI':^i•',-PO i."ixsL°.jr ': -r'a I 9E4 6ZEOS
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,f/7 ... . ,z ...;: . ~~. .. !i t-1` f ti rl /;IZ~. r~ ~ ~ i? - , CA U- .-j SA ,i:Il Cc•r.SJ!',;n:5 10 ~. ~~___.._......._~_ 50329 7835 j 1 :. ~ i dsiness econometrics division I f W~'CHNOn&We tport1 ConnC06! M5 W. Stat St., ~ (203) 226
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} =e?n.~ t RErortr No REPORT QOCUMENTATlON Z ~. q~o e sbe o PAGE FL1A/BF-79/99 ~ ~~ TRb a" srbdta 4 i R.oort oa. . Scientifia Literature Review of~,i(Qaltql and Derivatives In Flavor Usage Januar 1979 . . . Z ~. ~tAM~(f1 . • . a Mfoe~nint Organization R.of. r 16 ra.t..wNns oegawasaWn Na.M 4~ tt~e t~.S re~~ ~ Ex~ -i~faCtu ~ t1 ( F'Cav 10. hof.etlTa.rfwe.k Unit Ns. - - . _ Q ~ ~ . FEMA 9001?th Street u. cont~ca .r c..nac) M.. Washington, D.C. 20006 ~ 223-74-2224 a[~a~ Naiw. aed Atdna 1Z s0a~~~E a ' li. T~rp. ot u.poet & P.noO Cowre FDA Final report 200 C Street SW , . ,, , Washington , D.C. 20204 • 1920-1978 This mf~nograph containS.a eoll@etion of data from the published literaturc from 1920 to date.- Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained in the mono- graph. graph. These data cover the specific group of structurally relAtcd compounds designated in :° the title.. Included In this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural °~oeeurrenee in foods and co oS tio cations This is a GG r~ e review contninin ' 50329 780 ~-_. -}.,r-._,......- F OOD--FLAVORAISTS/FLAVORi~•y~SF00D/TOHICOLOGY-- 0 ITTES ' p ~ ~ ~~r 0 'A 4 ~ ~ ~ 7-7-
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50329 7824 COCOA/MEAT/SOY PROTEIN/ARONAfHEADSPACE ANALYSIS/ ORANG$ JUICE/PLAVORANTS--FOOD/2'LAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/ FOOD--AROMA/ F04D--PLAVORA.*1TS /c1flARS / FWD--ANALYS I S / Proceedings of a conference spons9fed by the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division of the y4merican Chemical Society, held in Athens, Grec(b, June 27-29, 1978 , 1978 ~ log Ch 370 r N~ r V ~/ D'~' ` ` EDITED BY GEORGE CNARALAMBOUS °eGEQRGE E. INGLETT 9 Technical Center U.S. Department of Agriculture Anheuser Busch, Inc. Federal Research, North Central Region ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers AJt,. At '11 ! .f.i G .F. _ f o~nono24z99
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-- . ~Z~'o U 0 U r 0 . . , O r •Z11i1 sELIBamoo T=tF:X !.+^r t.7;1 paR:.d ~T+~**s;';; 83oT • byTZQaa 000Y8CS A•'"•sd 44VTYE;:~;'I QV ZhBL 6ZE0S OhZZ € . ' ~i~rM.\. Yvv~aI1V.I ~ i
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, I -f2ss. .:., ~. .= .., l..lf , .._., .. ~ 50329 7840 l.ccen I3. S;astrom, Vice President' Tlir flaror pripJiA• is a taslc pancf utrNuad. K•cnRrd out ct it l)1.. jor snerijying j1oror j:c turs (to>tr, orotra aoid jerfi-ig/ ojo umlcriaL 7 hr cneniplrtr pujiJc xh•cs (1) the wholr inrpressiwl, (?) the detco toblc jccuirs, (SJ tircir i,ltcnsitirs cud (41 tGrir order of Jcrcctiorr "Fcod and I'1avor Scction, Arthur U. liltle, Inc. 0 r 0~ 0 0 n 02 4 3 1 S
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. 50329 7819 TP 983 F1 191 t1~L106RAPIqC DATA Repae N.. ~. !. ~! - 33-V3 E ) P6254~7 ttl. fNEtT •, ide .d s.keitl. S. s.pan D.te %*upp1-meat SCIEIRIFIC LITERATUBE EEVIENS ON GENEAALLT BECOGNIZED July 1974 Dec, i975) AS SAFS (CSAS) F000 I11GVDIEUtS -. ALIFfU1TIC FftDlA1? e, ALCOHOLS, ALDERYDES, /ICIDS ANDEELATED ESTEIL4 IIf FIAVOR IIM . . O erioe~i.g Orasis.tio. Rep ~C - ~+ Jc t N.. , etfeesiie daatiee N.~e.td 10. Projeet/T..k/Work U.it No 900 17tb StrNt, NW i. Ca.t..ct Gtaa Ne. Washington, DC, 20204 FDA 73-162 1s Spe..eriaa Orp.is.ti.. N..e ..d A4/e... 13. Type oi R.ps t Period U.S. Food and Drug Ad.iniatration cO'•t'4 200 "C" Strsat; SW • Final-1950 to 1975 Washington, DC 20204 14. 1f. Sr~ie..et.q N.a.• Volu.e of 7 Volu.es lU. Ak.naa 1'ha Scientific Literature Eeviw sus~arisss tha available scientific literature fro. 1990 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances and as food inSradients. Tha substances are selected fro. aliphatic prisiary alcohols, aldahydes, acids, and related uters. The review aummarises the natuteoi-bccurrauce, usQe, chs.ical, and biological data on the substances Aa a 2,437.pase review containing 10,064 refereacas. O.t DErARTMENT OF COMMERCE p~tioa~l TaMial tH 4- .
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- ~..: -- _~_ --. •', •n TaPaxef,t ao uaz? awr;oo y •T.vC,LZ lfc+~--eT 0.'•uSIoS U.-t.a.8i/Q.'iN i•G i i. -J .i+is ~ 1~ • a.} • I [~Jli"t[ ~.7 T a •4+: ~ T J~G. ~!J.ivsY Y *G»E:.S,:I .C:dee1=....S~La.Ys'-4•:a i:aiy: y:.iV7 e:J~wi:1;:c1;.v'Si r3l: 7y'1.•071.,Cja'J i-~~o l%^ir~rLz~l vT~'.~C?..:L.aj y '1 .. (tL6t) . eFeL 6zEos
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50329 7783 FLAYORANTS--FOOD/FOOD--FLAYORANTS/'c... AMINO ACIDS/ .. '.. :'..: V:XICITIES/ORCAIIIC ACIDS/ .. „ «....,.,.....-...~.._.~~............_._. . .._ .%....... •. ~.. :~:._ ... ................_-.... _._...- _. ....,.. ~...._.~._..,.._.._....: i . . • : Scientific Uteraturo Review of Aliphotic Keto- and ~ 983 f Hydroxy-Acids with Nonadjacent Oxygen Functions and _ Fl Related Compounds in Flavor Usage._ First Supplement Nith 1979 introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, op ~' PDDL Bibliography and Copies of Articles -" / c. 110. aawa+.r m.ww- w«. «,...«... ~~z . ttnlhi St~~ Ylashiilntoa, DC`: / , TI~o14 ^296{..,M ~ a. -- { t.tareh 1979 & .a.«.a~s o~ac~ a..a «n M .."s+Rwww... u~ o..d.ar r. 2Z3a-74 «-222a..~+tcAi q A Nw W 01mmkofts _ TlM • h.iu CwvaN ~'''Iyv' (+ LL^J FDA AM-report 61 ' !QO C$t SW i~P rtet uMnBton DC !Ol04 19201978 .!,,.. .- t /I:,'1'Ns monograph conta{as a collection of data fromV e pubiished literatura from Ls 1920 to date. Unpublished d$ta from private Mdustry files are also contained In the mono- ~y .`caph. These dsta eoVW the spoaiftagroup of atructycally.eelated compounds }~ . d;si;nsted in t JJJ~ the title. Included In this review are data an toxicity and metatioltsm, usage euid natural oeeureenee.in foods, and 'compasitiqai apectfieations. 'lttiis is a 138 Qage review containing !2 referenees. , Qn-n 4 258 . . : . ... ~ . _
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: FOOD--FLAVORANTS/ Natural•'&"Synthetic Additives in Human Nutrition, 14th International Symposium 1972, in Saarbricken. pp. 102-116 (1974) IVL . ~ iqavoit-tt~rprxtving effects olIntnm~aeid sendlfno~in~ fujimllki, Clntarnic arid and iiiosine nronnphoiplhafe 11 S. P. Monophosphate ~ By alasao Ftrjimaki (Tokyo) ,. Vith 4 figures and 7 tables . I. Introduction Amino acitfs arc amphotcric clcctrnlytcs ialsiccsing buffer aetinns and casily interact clcctrost.uic.llly (or through thc ionic lxlndin};) with acids and bases in , foods. Sudt interaction may scrvc to give mildness to the flavour of foods. It has . ' bccn known that arynthctic Sake, for cxamplc, is made milder in flavor whcn r combined with aphrol,ria!c amounts llf amino acids sudt as glycinc, DL-alaninc, !.-Icucinc and /.-argininc. Similar cxampic-. arc found in pid;les or in sour drinks where milder flavors are brtlul;ht alwut as well by adding 1;1ycinc, sodium mono- aspartatc and u,nlc othcrs. Probably a!ong this line an attempt has hccn made that thc amino'acid mixture in trrnlc of the "i lydrolyzcd Vcbctablc 1'rotcin" (I IVP), "l-Iydrolyrccl Aninltl !'rotcin" (I iAP) and thc like, arc uscd as additives. 711r alK+vc-nnntionrtl artion of cndowing the mildness may well bc regarded as 0 2 0 rcl/~inl;~ a/~a.•t~inl4ovi~ cil~ct r a scncc. IlowcvcrI we have rcc~ll;nizcd L- giu2'alaic acufi'nr soclium monaglutamttc (N1SCi) as a flavor-improver in a morc htlsllltlC sCI1sQ. SlltiP "flt`•Illi-A or {~iS(.i Iteilr 1. f:....:. an-.. -
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„-~ 50329 7847 Little (Arthur D.) ine., Canibr«tye, 1lass. ., Flctivor research and food lccxptance; a survev of tluj of flavor and associated cesearch, compiled from papan i;r•_, . sentedd in a series of spmposia given in 1956-i 9u i. N.e-w York, Reinhoid Pub. Corp. i1938, vi, 391 p. tllus., dingrs., tables. 24 cm. IncluAes bibliographies. 1. Flavor. 2 Food-Analysts. 641.072 TY541.L58 0 Library of Congress 1SJ610, 0 2 oono;t`4 3~2
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, laWsioastherapie 4: S2-SA (1977) XX MeCS-77 Geschmackliche Verbesserung der bilanzierten S.P, LdirAranur f'w c.rnoewus.ofojie wwr HsparVie.n ra L AlsfitGtirchen UitrnenrWUk/Ltut wiati wt Jeiwir/"inJen niirderor.m.u/Sra,rinar IC.aJaMMrrar,sardt wieN 04,v>cv BRIGTITE PICHLER 50329 7828 '. Einsepnien:15. November 1976, ; synthetischen DiAt Zoaarmeatasssng and Schtusselwikter An " tait BSD behandehen Patianten mit rorwiegend enttiindlidKa Df+an- und Dickdumerkrankun=en komnen .air durcb d'ie Ge- aehmacksverbesseruK einer eiweiBreichen Ekmentardiit eG» im Vertkkh tur Behandluapdauer mit vrasorba•Ekmentardiat laW Mstitere Diat durehtiihren. Dies.vu dursh Verwendung beuiaaaur Ftuchtsitte, rerschiedener Teesorten. Suppen and Cmchmackskar- riienziee mfttich. Daducth konnten .ir die bei der Applikatbn vos BSD von seiten des Geschmacks auttntenden Sehwieritkeitea wep- =ehead behebea NYottkrre tyntJteutehe Diot - - irevhl- i.fh- anl Teauriae . 1 02o4n02 43Q::.3 0 ./ SrtnMry aad Key Word: By improvin= the flavour ot an eleaeantary Aet rich In aminoaddt h tra PoWMe to treat 33 patients with LHlammatory bowel discanes over longer periods aompned to the duration of treatment with Vivasorbs eknuatary diet. This was acbomplishad by addition d certain tru& juias, teveni kinds a[ teas. soups and relhha. Dii- fiaikies by taste ot BSD aouid larpiy be overcaqa. BdNrd iyedtaiar ~fer - lntproveinart M/tetweer - Suppknrnrer oj h+kisdiortmodam
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32g 78q5 5 -_ ~ ~e TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR--ANALYSIS/FOOD--FLAVOR/FOODL-ODORS--SENSORY EVALUATION/ ORANGE JUICE/APPLE JNICE/ODORS--CHEMISTRY/ . QP Flavor QtWity: 0bJ&d.-Ver 456 SC 11/IeaS~~~ 1977 ~e . Richard A. Scanlan, EDrros Oregon State Univerrity . A SYMPOSIUM'SPONSORED BY THE DIVISION OF AGRICULTURAL AND FOOD CHEMISTRY AT THE 172nd MEETING 0! THE AMERICAN CHEMICAL S.OCIETY, SAN FRANCISCO, CALIF., SEPT. 1, 1976 % '. ERIES 51 A C S S Y M P O S I U M S AMERICAN CHiMICAI fOC1ETY WAiHINOTON, D. C. 19 77
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„~~. . - ~s...-w.~..,...e:~...~ . .. _ _-, . 50329 7809 4K3 FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FOOD--FLAVORJ1NTS /Tf1XICQLnCY--ACUTI: TOXICITTI:S/ BIOLIOGRAPMIG DATA 1• Itep°rt ~R"rr b 3. Reei~•itat's Access.ow No. S/fEET 1~r~/KC-77/~YL 4' itISelrnti~[ic Literature Revtea of opyleno Clycol.,i lycerol ~' k`p«tuae January, 1977 and related Substances in Flavor Usage t 7. nutbott:l 9. Pcslotaw}Oc~aoa~ tw.Nx and Adrbess 11 svr3rf e~eiF~itlNF~& o0'i 900 17th Street, h'W Washington, DC 20006 . 6. Pcrlormint OAsanlastioq keyt. No. 10. 1'rojeet/Tasl•/Y•od• Joit No. 11. Coauact/Gr.nt No. t3-74-2224 12, Sponsorin; Gr;anisation Name and Address M Type of Report ar Period t U.S. Food and Drug Administration Co•ered I 200 "C" Street, SW Final - 1920.to 1977 Washington, U(: 20204 The Scientific Literature Review sumnarizes the available scientific literature from 1920 to 1977 related to the safety of propylene glycol, glycerol and related substances in flavor usage. Chemical infarmation, biological data, and biochemical aspects•of these compounds are given in a 217 page summary containing 836 references. . ' . . r . . , - --- ----- - - ._.._ . . _ _ ---r- --------------- : --- - - - --- -- -- - - - ----- : 0~ o ~ n o 2 4 2.R A ... . ,•:.: {. ' i_ _ . . . .
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50329 7857 TOBACCO--FLAVOR AND ODOR/ TOBACCO--QUALITY/TOBACCO--SENSORY EVALUATION/ XI Co6-81 S,p, RJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET Abdallah, F. (A. C. Monk Co., Inc., Faraville, N. C., U. S.) FIAVO/t.- WHAT MAKES TOSACCO TONACC*. 4 Int. Tobacco Sci. Cong., CORESTA, 7th, paper (Nov. 10-14, 980) In conclusion, I vish to state the folloving: is a FACT - That people smoke for the sought-after effect of NICOTINE ..• T.Aiso,-that people smoke a certain cigarette brand because of its SM0KE FIAVOB,is ANOTBER FACT. 02 00 e0-2 43 3 2
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....a..~~ .. . -- - - ORE.aD/ C;rssws 0st. I DMay F RovucTS1,&cAPsucar1oN 4MOr,+c~S RND SSSFA'TlAL OstsI /NFAr Fl.hra~t~~~ic~5~ dA)v t /.t.,1Y • 1971 • 0"2 A0 A. 0 24"~,.~'Yirruro _ ,
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50329 7859 r 76 SSSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ PLANTS, AROMATIC/ II R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research & Product Development Departmenta, Re2 Science Information Division ~ S'P' PLAvO'RAtfT CHIIKISTRi OF PLAIfI'S: A COIiJCTI01i 0R KATBRIak'Leffingvell Pasphl~ (Includes articles on chemical composition of essential oils of Roses, Geraninm, Rhubarb, Basil, Peppers, Peppermint, etc.) f' a 4rw Aa May, 1976 1 Winston-Salem, N. C. I/ i . O;~oOno.~4334 .,.. ~
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, 50329 7855 FLAVORANTS-•FOOD/MEAT/POt1T.TRY/FISH/BAKERY PRODi1CTS/BEV$RAGES/ FODD--FLAVORANTS/iESSEKCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ . TP 958 He 978 C. PDDL 11 C. PR = I Henry B. Heath, M.B.E., B. Pharm. (London). Bush Boake Allen, Ltd., A Division of Albright & Wilson, Ltd., London, England AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC., Westport, Connecticut . o 2 0 o0--o2 433 o $7
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TP 37 0 Co 1973 2c. PDDL 1c. /p1:AVOWWTO FLAVORAtZTS--TOXICITY/ NATURAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES, THEIR SOURCES, AND ADDED ARTIFICIAL .0 r FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES CdpOUNCIL OF EUROPE TARflAL AOR[[MEM IN TNL fDClAI. Ar+u rtnuc ew.nt nsto Srnmmuaa 1973 50329 7863 0 2 n 0-n n 2 4 3 3i
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50329 7851 MeF piantac= s~.ais~ (1970) L S.P. :'i. .7. .~~..~ .!.~.....~...v.w~.~ a'~LLV .~ ~ ~ a11~11vL.'T, 21w[~C+Llf.al•.~ Ii17n?sTp.t-R1'.V f'i t}:~:Tt1i1T.'AiTC AAiII A T zti?R : Tt '~fi i. Sri'1d.RLxlLrrl`12lIN.<ll:Yl.l~• T~a:i11VtZ SrN1ja1:.V4.1, L41..1 b7 R. J. i:cpnoi.ds To!)scco Co., P.ae u: ch end Plodact rGvolopQ:aat Dapartrsats, 8ci3aza Yz:cmaticn rii:iaxca, and Lsaos :.lxck. 1970 A collection of narcer2A: Wiustost-Saltra, N. C. p z~A ~:0 2 4 3 2.R ~__ . _ _ ___..._ - ..._ . . __ ._... .. .-. _-~ .~ ...c.~.a.i..+w,..M'..' a.f;:..'.._.-r~.~. _... .r._ ...:.~.._. ~..~ _ ~ ,r......_.aw• . .
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I # 456 FL~i88~i~F~~tiEE~E9"A#~°fE:fiNI~~cS 50329 7848 A Te .~ ae~. ~ ~.-: ~ • ~~~ • (~ ~~ !~• A!t!~!1 '1••n••a2~Ri• )Yt.~n~'h7 ~.•1~ ~` eY" ~ . .»l : V.. . .../.._...J.~ y ~..~.t... .~.. ~ e-•~ 2C.. !J ~. .::a~•~•~tl. ~' :)~ -..2iV .lF'Y 7Tr e :l i ' - • • R • ~ . •. • • ~'~,5~...s~• z:... ct:U-~i~,s ..:4:.l1 a'J1L-41:rXSa ACk '=•i.~ ~..: . :.:.'... ' ' ~_'~" .~ .•:~ ~ n..'.. ni of '?.5 "'C"?« ~^.~Z.y:, ~3f•t. t.r:.w t'~r?: I O~n•On4;t432 3
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FLAVORANTS--FOOD/ FOOD SCIFNCE, A SERIES MONOGRAPHS , VOL.7/ DIARY PRODUCTS/SOY PRODUCTS/FLAVOR ENHANCERS/ FOOD--ANALYSIS/COCOAj BEVERAGES/TASTE ENHANCERS/ i TP FIai• 958 Te 1981 EDITED BY Roy Tennishi and Robert A. Flath WaMni Rqieed RnsenM CseMr Aj.ialfrnl RaernA Snvitt U.S. Deprh.ai ./ A j.itrhrn lfnktw Cali/nei. FOOD SCIENCE . A iuisft of MawRaplr smo„ iIBVEN R. TAlNlMIRI 50329 7849 .) V' 7 nEIZewAtsnu r•~~wr yNYrrar..N R~oI tdwa oq.a~ar e,(roo. sore~er .Ww~e~r.n,.rrnr.,I t~wriv w+s•~ wrc~n..r urr~a,an a.w~+w.. r..rdww. w~.wn+w, 711eNarln~r Hiroshi Sugisawa Rqaoa U.ioersify Mikitkb. Kqsm-Mm. Jq.e MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Basel I1~''~p NA~'/ W . . ~--= , 4 x n 0 n0 2 4 3 2 4
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50329 7864 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS--MANUFACTURE & TRADE/FLAYORANTS/~ TP 9~ 1980 OUTLOOK FOR FLAVORS, FRAGRANCES AND. ESSENTIAL OILS TO 1990 DELPHI MARKETINQ sERV/CEi, INC. ~aw am IWAW•mw t 'OMC.M.r.1pq Receire3 6~ ~ R].REI'.`G'..fS Tf2.CCOC0. 1.L1. :......... OzaQno24339 ~~~
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+ 4 I . ~ } . 50329 7861 59A Taste testing. t 0;~ (l O t1 Q~4 3 3 b r
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6ZEIr z oua.uZ o ~- lfZ~7a~~if • t.+{" ~r Sr.uVS~ac Nw"MmooZ -SRAW$ ~ t ~ ~ ' . ~4S1 $S9L 6ZE09 ~. i~
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V% [keprintcd froal roou Tmttwot.ow, )957, Vol. \1, No. 9, i'sses 20-25) IN ACCF.PT)`:O AN )NYITtT)ON 10 crrc r.bout tbc ntcthodology concPrued with the opcrr:tioq of a FlaVor 1'roGle panel, all off our previous puhlicstioic~,~:e~c becn reviewed with the purpose of dcvelo;;i,s~: u '~~uore cor.-lilete description of the meth- ods t:r,cl mrviceclu:•es rryuired for the estebsislunec:t of ::n c tccti.•c 1'rofile 1. :ue:. The miture of the hlr:.`or ''rnfil: r:nd the thcury which has l::cn developed from i1s u!~c were ;;:cll dc•cribc:d in several of our earlier putlic.iaions (1, 2, 3). The fiencral orf,amur.tttiou and uperia iun of a Flavor l'rofile pnnel have been dis- Clli`.;~1 iil r~•.•Irl!l l!t t\"1i 50329 7841 L. Q. Cjoatran, S. G. Cuirncra:,--, and J. F. Coul Arthur D. Little, Inc., Cumbridge, Mossochuseth characteristics without making any final decision o: quality. While all of our previous publications have &::'I rather adequatel.• with the general method ct r'. velo, inn Flavor l?rofiles ntzd i:•ith iii;r.r, retr.ticjr. c'i lindir.gs, we belirve two essential nspects of tl_ _ l;; , ce3ure and trnin:ng have not been seribed-tl:at is, the L•t:sic method of t.;.it:in~; ,... memb;rs and the riethodR used to dcvc•lop an ul.:le. standing of bler.dired flavor. I
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. 50329 7846 ~~ XX MeF- -404-80 Int. Lab. 1979 18,20,23-4(1979)J<S(, j ~ .~. da+~ By Roy Teranishi ~ O C~I ~ ' ~"A ~ f .. . DEVTtO.% OMY 7RUhK4*TAL-AN& SENSOR-Y I O DOR AND TASTE have fas- cinated humanity since the dawn of history. As popu- ladon increases exponentially, the world faces a food crisis, with pollutiort, energy shortages, in- creased mental stress, and many other problems concomitant with overcrowding. If there is to be an adequate supply for everyone, the food that is grown must be used as efficiently as possible. Flavor research is important - in keeping foods acceptable despite the.shipping; storing, and pro- I i h.-_ ceived and Interpreted by the er advance has come with the use brain." Taste makes important of threshold data for a systcmatic contributions to flavor, such as in approach to determining sensory wine-tasting, but odor plays a properties. predominant role in the accept- ance or rejection of foods. Be- Gas chromotogrcphy cause of the importance of odor and of developments In studies of The advent of the hydrogen volatile constituents of foods, flame detector, especially the this paper will be limited to dis- ?vicly:f;:.:m and Uewar• sy.,tem, cussion of odoriferous food ma- made the use of small-bore open . terials, although the author is tubular columns possible and di- cognizant of other parameters rect vapor analyses for surveying that must be considered in deter- foods practical. The flame•d••p~ ntinins e10. ....+-~~~ . Q--' Ir. \l• V A 6 2 4 3AA ..` ~.. . . .. -. ' ~ .. IJ . • C
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. ,r,. ' • ..__ 103 29 7794 TP 983 P1 -HEET • L. FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ . j/l1e dn"041llie BF-77/63 Scientific Literature Review of'Diketones, Hydrox Simple Derivatives in Flavoc Usage AwAoc(s) 1 Q7fi - -" -• f esloiminj Otsanisation Name and Addt:ss 4 PDDL sieVO!'~sA~' tio- 6C 04 United Stntes' . : : . 900 17th Street, Nw -k'srbinRtpa1LC ,_.7lq6 L Sponso6na Ck,jaaisation .lame and Addtess U.S. Food and Drug Adainistration 200 "C" Street, SW Nashington, DC 20204 ils. suyp-coentaty :~o:e: 16. Absetacta S. Kepwt Uate _October, 1976 6. 1 8. f'etfocming Qtganizacmn Repc. No. 10. Pcojeet/Task/stiock ilnit !~ 11. Cooteaee/Gtaeu ho. 223-74-2224 13. Type of Reporc & Period Coaeced Final - 1920 to 1976 ta The Scinetific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific literature form 1920 to 1976 related to the safcty of diketones, hydroxyketones & simple dcv~vq~ i~l~pP ~jsa~. ~hEe~ca~ information, biolo~ical data,and biocli~•mical a.. c ot.~th t.'Hia d[Mds at i a n a 129 page sunuaar containing 400 references.. &6-
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Xy I'^!sF-F-!~l. (f-rs I'vov 1'i:otmOr.cwr, 3i'S0, 1'nl. 11; i:o. C, l`srea :~(8311j ' 1`emt, Aim S. E. CAIRh'ChOSS AND L. B. SJfSSTROhf Arthur D. Little, Ira., Cnm6ridge, rltoatochutettt w (Received for put,lication, July 25, 1949) The FLA\ OR FROFILE Freeerttb a descriptive a.nalyaie of fia.or ezpresriug in tomrnon lanruage terme thc cLtirecteriFtic notes of both erorna and Gai•or, t2:cir ctder of appcarance and tntcnxilies, mid tLe ampl;tec5es of total troma wd total f!e.vor. Tbe t.ut).od c~ r.!•ies a panel to evr.lvnte the sina11 differ- ,encea which occrr in the usual steps of fla.or isapro.e- _ ment. The concept furnisbes iosigbt to the ph;loaophy ` of seesouing. rntr~duction The Flavor Profile represents a method of flavor analysis which makes it passible to indicate degrees of difl'crcnce between samples on the b:Lsis of the intensity of individ•,,al charac'cr notcs, the degree of blending 50329 7844 use of outside standards. In any given series of products being examined for the first time, it is customary to use a rather comp!ete tabular description, but eventually it is possible to concentrate upon only the principal points. Saltiness, sweetness and certadn arotnatic character notes may be judged individually, and by matching samples with outside standards these can be given fairsy reproducible quantitative ratings. It is the authors' belief thct this method is the most flexible and adaFtable method at present available for the operation of small research panels, particularly as a guide to f:a.•or improveinent studies. This procedure has been fwnd useful in work on such diversificd rna- 0 z n o n Q 2 4 3 1 9
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t 'i 5~~~ G o 0 o c~ ~ Q
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zAic ~- ~1-303_ _y -.- , otiha C'"o4.:.~ ALt -- 'P&A 1i-: 8 4 'A4iM01i, Lawerence Wendell, 1941- CHARACTCRITJ4TIOti or SO!SE (wr I ' Ibrtb Carolina State Ua3ceraity at Ralwigh, Pb.D., 1970 Cbeoistty, biological I University Microfilms,A 7(MCompany. AnnArbor. Micbigan ; ) 50329 7839 t d Z n 0 n 0.2 43 1 4
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I St7-78 S.P. Stanford Research Institute , By Herbert Stone, Manager, Food Sciences Program Standord Research Institute, Report'No: i3g7, Flavor Technology, 0 November 1969 IMPLICATIONS FOR INDUSTRY... . . :` . . .:.' ' Food Addili e Ma k t v r e . . . s Flavor fdanufacturers . . Food Processing Industry . : . . '. • . . : Petrotcum and Natural Cas Industries . Food Service Industry . . . . Machinery and Equipment : . . .: . ',' ' ~ ~ Boxes' - -;; . Flavor Formulation t .Taste and Odor Perception : . :, ; s .'' • • . . . : . . : . . FLAVORS . . . . . . . FLAVOR MARKET PROJECTIONS . ... N FLAVOR DEVELOPMENT • • ' . ; . . • IMPACT OF FABRICATED FOOD DEVELOPMENTS ON AGRICULTURAL PRODUCTS. 0 50329 7853
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M 50329 7856 81 III Le I FLAVORANTS--ANALY IS ACS Sym. Ser. 198 (149) 41-49 (198') ' /, ~!WWWO"Who-, --49 1 I IY L e 8 M. 0. LEGENDRB -~ -3 ly ~- Southem Regional Research Center, Science and Education Administration,A ltural Research, U.S. Department of Agriculture, ,,..._ P. . Box 19687, New Orleut:, LA 70179 ' IL P. DUPUY --..) V-Labs, Ittc., 423 N. Theard St., Covington, LA 70433 Food flavor is governed by many factors, including linld-W-Z= oxidation and protein degradation. Enzyme-catalyzed oxidation (1) and autoxidation (2) can substantially alter the flavor quality of foods. In iddition, protein degradation, whether caused by enzymes, heat, or interactions with other cornpotmds, can also affect flavor characteristics of certain foods (3, 4). Considerable.effort has been made to examine the volatiTes and trace components that contribute to food flavors. Some early techniques foz measuring the volatile components in food products by gas chromatography consisted of analyzing headspace vapors to detect vegetable and fruit aromas (V and volatiles associated with other food materials (6). Also, sample enrich- ~r.--w~-L..,}~.T,~3~4~-.~"^t~~L 0~02 4331 Gl ~ ~ l~`~=~~sy
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50329 7868 ~ _ . J .~. . ~' f Q lpf? 07 .w 0- 0, Nu.cleotides and Nucleosides 1970 e 4.e IC ,f c ~os / ~NG L E O s io Ft/pHOSp~oayAA T I;PN / 2-,* 0s.,.t- r-/ C K A nV ~l/~O SOD~K~+ri GL K T'/~IH IlTE~fd 40 ~-/'~''DD/T/rt',S~Fo~O --/~'~AI~OR•t•vTs Sidney Gutcha ~z0r~oo2 4343
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50329 7867 Ec ToR OD-•Di~PEc r0~?y~foCD--Bay~'Q'r Ga~,~~; BKyEa~ ~aioE --foop ~Do:Tirx r ~ y6~y,c,y.4 s -• 9 u`iFR1 GaioE'/fooo- -fyDV, eTs/•~ic~i-W6 IF o o~d -- r1 Dvi ri. vEs •- A~ .R ~'a To~F i~ 1' ffe4 rP37o • F®GD E~~~'R~=~~~~lTS DIRTCTORY jiv 37o A-40 24"342
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POPCORN/CERE NUTS/POTATOE PACKAGING- /SWEETENERSLD~IRY PRODUCTS/ /FOOD--COI:ORS EXTRUDING EQt~II'MENT/ 0 ,ro„.5NACK FOOD TECHNOLOGY 1 1976 © by SAMIJE. A. MATZ, Ph.D. Vice President Research, Development, and Regulatory Affairs Ovaltine Products Division Sandoz, Inc. Villa Park, Illinois WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. 1976 t
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AROMA/FLNVDRAI" SSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ , TP 983 Do 1977 iVAY.NE E. DORLAND and JAAiES A.IZOGERS, Jr. Published by WAYNE E. DORLANI) COMPANY llox 261, A/endhsm. New Jtraty 07943 . 1977 50329 7865 -- • 0 2 n A O.n Z 4 3 4 0 11
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~~-- . 50329 7858 . _ \ _ .. . ___...~ - _ :..... ~ DISEASBS AND PEST I ~ . S " 76 IZ B. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research•and Product Developoent Departments, Science Information Division Raj S.P. flORTICIILTtTRS OP'ZtA**WPLANTS: A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. (Includes ~R~oses; C~aninms, ~tronells grass, Gnger, Psppers, ~ungi, Plant Diaeases,. eta.) MaT, 1976 Winston-Salem , 'N. C. l 2 4 4 ~AQ~tt . : • O
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5z £p ruuu,ozo 0 TV :.r.a3 -,~ ;~ xo caT~aaTTo~~; '!i @= 7s+S r.Q2sLTli Ol6'[ ~aFOS `a?ua.~xQdaQ xu:+u3nY:~„t•4 aanp:xj Fctu 2i.TG21t-14)j • i •W laG '4Gr''. Q';Li•rao (Lti~r' SZ:z:.iL'.I Y.: ia?,^i ^~(T'~.~ Ir>rLrtd.R .- ~h~cti::;;ttiI .. ^ . IjlATy I . , V,; -- ~- ift-" d 1aT1 j ~ xx OSOL 6ZEOS
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_. ,...,..~-. . <... - - - - --__ -- . _ . . - -----~ -------------- . 50329 7875 DISSERTATIQNS--UNIVERSITY OF DENMARK(TECHNICAL UNIVERSITY}/ FLAVORANTS)k, TP 958 Meilgaard, Morten Christian Me BEER FLAVOUR 1981 sda S..ts k.u b... aoo.pttl b M,. TodoLeal qatwsslIW .t oau..ale •s yilte is.... S. Asilt3ass ef th. bs eJn ows" s seew lrqiato... , .. =dN~« Ibw~bs ~. 1!~ fttis Lwas 2 0 0 A a2 4 3~ b /s.a c+=p.sam a.a:.csy
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50329 7883 12. ADW;<CBS IN AP°LXED MICR0EI0LOGY. v. 1'3G?.- Nev Yo-rk, Academic press. v. 24 cm. 0 2 0 0 tf0 2 4 3.~S
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• _ _ _ _ ---- .-_ - - --=------ r. -_ ~. . -iv _ / /v/~RAEr ~* • - pR Darif/I'/RI~ ~ ~ l'R _ •-- 1~T'_. '~!{~~ fR t~ i T iTit ~~~~R R~eora~r~~'R~il,TNic~r••f~PRE'•ti.t~/frwa~r ~eEf..~I~iPIG,~rss ~ Fruit Juice Technology Tp37o / s / 470 1970 aePoDI. ic. 0~ 0 0 n 0 2 4 3 4 4 50329 7869 Milton Gutterson '
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50329 7879 PLAVO1tAZ1'~'S~OOD--F'LAVORANTS/FOOD--ANALYSIS/SOYBEAN OIL b 'MEAL/ FOOD--CH£MISTRY/ TP 958 Su 1978 PDDL Lipids as a Source of Flavor - A symposium sponsored by the Flavor Sub-Division of the Division of Agricultural and Food Chemistry at tJie 174th Michael K. Supran, EDITOR Thomas J. Lipton, Inc. ~ ~: ACS SYMPOSIUM SERIES ~E Meeting of the American Chemical Society, Chicago, Illinois,. August 30-31, 1977. 0 2 00n 0 2 A.3 ! AMERICAN CHEMICAt fOC1ETY WA:HINGTON, D. C. 197•
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50329 7862 A~,~j/~ -llNt~l'1 !~lls~I -~i~ ~i~n~w. LZ'~Qise.w.ps! . ns - ~~ --P--Ca~ 81VCa FLAVOUR JNP'ACT VALUES: A NEW CONCEPT Fdt ASSIGNING NfJ1MRiCAL VALUES FOA THE POTENCY OF IIdDIYIDUAL FLAVOUR COMPONENTS AND THEIIt CONTRIBUTION TO T8E OVERALL FLAVOUR PROFILE D. J. Casimir aad F. B. Whitfield Food Research Laboratory, CSIItO Di.tbiaa d Food Researcb, North Rydt, N.& W. l113/AUS Certain volatile toostitasata of a food are lmportaat to its sensory propert'.es sad are vital to mab coosnmptiaa al tt+ts food a pleasurable experience. 14 !h- siqaes for tt separatloa and idedi!lcatiaa of the volatile components occur.,ng Is toods rare adtaaced rapidly orer recent years as indicated by the large vot- Ot0! 0[• poblli6sd waris. Howetler, studles relating the contribution d individual aroma compoaaft to tbe overall aroma pedile of the food have been relatively ~ o z o o n a z_a 3 3 ._ _____---- ~_ __ I
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c TP 983 Pr 1976 I PDDL r- I AND CONDIMENTS ~ NATIONAL BOOK TRUST, INDIA, NEW DELHI
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50320 7882 - Tr PATENTS-- D/~BEVERAGES/ FOOD-=FLAVORANTS/CAPtDY/' 370 Wi ~~~ A~~ONFECTIONERY/ ~~7~. . . . . . . _ . . . ; - . ~- . .. . FOOD PROCESSIaG REVIEW. NO. 27. ... .. . . _ ,. ~ • . . . .. : ..• • • • •, Cocoa and C~iocolate Processirl ;. `' Henry Wieland . ~ ~ 197c~ ~+ . pla - C 7hirty-Six Dollars NOYESr'•DATA CORPORATiON : Noyes Building Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656, U.S.A. -- i 02000 '02 43-5__7-
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50329 7866 ~ TPFLAVORAN GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE/ AR0MAT3C COMPOUNDS/ '; ' 9F1 flavor and _ agran" 29~'. Mate -Y98]L0jSt" Y Warhlwide re'wence list of materlals used . In compXmg flavors and s Co~np~led bby the leal Sourus Aeeodaxio~, ~ Waebhgton, D.G Alhn,ed P'nblisbing Corpoiatian, Wheatoe, IlLtnoie+ USA ~ ~ ~t..,.......~ Oi .Xlmy {.i o~ 0 0 n o~ 4 3 4 1
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50329 7829 , XX rtec =» S.P. s 4 .a.. Udsiomtherapie d: 36-38 (1977) Btuoats PiaaM LdrkrrdtJiir Csranatorrolo;+k rr/ Hepafojie.n dn L MeJitLttukar Unlvv*dtrk/htfk fYftw rr/3oArfr jardrn Dtirl4eueerN/jateieetr Knrx.kenAaalaSrdt 1Ykw M I ..a~, Geschmackliche Verbesserung der Vivasorb®-Elementardiat ~~ v6o~l.;G*rf UW_,,...,.af y a*,~ ui.4~ EioWefanjen:17. Dezember 1976 : b Zlp~.re~taiw~~ tt~ 3c61t~aelrriirfet J Swoe.ry and Key 1Vords Durd Zwett von Gewuraea und durdt Verwendunl von Fruefibit- By addition of spedal flavours and spices and making use of fruit Ipt ttod Suppep tomtea wir eine Gaehmadtsrerbessenmg der .Awanarceata.t. VfvasorbM erreidiee. Utsete ErfaMuaken an 15 htiealal sollen teikee..rie eiaa lang4istip Beh.ndluok nnit ver- rln~eroe. Sckrrkftteitea durdaWiihree i.t In EimUilka en8te A.bd ad Metlroden kekritterl werde0. die al4entlaks nick pas dem hin9p def Vft HdgtfCh10{fit0011(Ye11tW1g 60tl0. - . juices aad.oups.e weee able to achieve an improvement in the taste of the "astroaaut diet" V'twasorbe. Experiences in the case ot 13 patientb.hidt dlowxd long-emn treatment with a redurcd degree oi digiathy were put totwud. In some eaxs, however, methods hau to be applied which do not quite adhere to the prinople of feeding 0NAPIlM.1• y ellnlCntatr nutrients. 1bYOrM - ripdLm[kKYYrE/t - /&W*ljlt A fpi/ke1jOQ {7YrY0rP- E1/votlr! 1a/ SOk1r!- (AA j-kru tMrplle/U 0 0 0 02 •4 3•" 0.,a„~ ~.t.. . .Ptl..r .u.rnte unA damit nicht resorbierh:ur
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50329 7888 .--------- . . ! i re ,70 B -r_:.... . _~--- Seythien, Ac.'-oif, 1i~6i- Dia Gcschm:u:kstoffa dar meimhlichen \ ahrung. Dre=.- den, T. Steinl:opff,1949. sfi, 150 p. 22 cm. ;:'echntarbe Fortschrittsberichte, Bd. 50) L Condiments. . r. T(tle. (,..teaea) T-X-819.A-1B4,3 ~:- 668.5 I~ibrary of Congress '~ i41 ~-- -- 1 0 2 0 0 n o 2 4 3 6 3
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XY. MeF-E-404-T3 i `~ Food Processing 11 (5) 30-32(1150) ` I \ \ • Especiatly useful In product imprewment studles, and In explaining eesuits of flavor tests to productlon men and management • 1 , . CODE: •iust d.t.ct.bi.; + aliqlrNy otrenp; ++ .s.d.r.t.iy ttronq; +++ stron9. Siro .f t.micircie indic.t.s tot.) Ao.er pr.ant. Length of telid r.di.l linos r.pra.nts tho dn.yfb of indi. .idsl il..or cksract.r nota. Order of indirid.ol sot.s In eieck.ris. dir.cfieo oraind fh. profil.• eon.spo.dc to the ad.r in .•bicti tl+oy •pp.ar in tabui.tios b.low each proBi.,,wbich In tvre b ord.r th. flavor cMr.ct.u - --, .. ,... .~ . FI.AVOR PROFILES OF COMMERC{AL CATSUPS 181941 b... fAioi, ++ S..et + sor. - + t.fp'kw.l.ra ++ S.lt • t.pp.r bit. +++ AMNiMo.f + • .., s~ ++ \\S } • J+++ S.a + M.bow • ++ T."t. + Sow + ipks co.cpbs • ~ Ceobd tomat. • Spieo eemplos • , 5...t +++ , Csin9.. +++ - Aaspic. . Tow,.t. - • r S.b ++ Uzn n no 2 4 3 1 ~
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...-...~,: --...-_..- _ 04 £ i" ..4 V V 0 Q r O i 0 '~ 9Z T3Qetesoc-1 i 'SS~~"~•lt_,CT 3 ~ue Eo:.l 8S6 Ssec 6zFOs
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~C1TOY'8h ~ ~ ~ 50329 7889 B~trger. A!fnns AI. Das Welt der pitituen, van .11fons -M. Barger. WadensR i! ~ (Scbweiz) Buchdruckerei .Tal:. Villiger R cie, OW: 2nd Nd.: 320 p. iutm, tub)es, a[usrs. 23F•. 1°55. i Color cnrds mounted on i,tate. 1S *w Rd• 1` 35 Adg erticing mntter : p. 3134`3~. t~ Anhang (p. _'Q"r301) : A. Dua kongervieren, von dr. E. I3uiim.-n. ` Die nahrunRzmittelfarhstoffe, von J. 0. 1. Flaroring es.seuce-% t. Title. Iowa. L'nir. Librurs 11~ for Library of ConYreds t°-t A C 37-8_3 . O~o4ooz•4344
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50329 '1590 ® Fleva~ria~t~ rles) S21.A74 no.34 for Library of Congress 641.1 t5'it Agr 514-,,i Dawsoa, Eis:e Halstrom, 191.3- Set:sory incthals for measuring diCcirrces in ford qL:,Iiii. • review of litet•aturu arLd proceedintis of conference, prepzre•1 by I:Isie Ii. Dawson and Betsy L. Harris with the assistance of Iiuth :1. Redstrom tand othersl Washington tU. S. Go.-t.M Print. Off.l 1951. t.,134 p. lilus. 24 cm. (U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. Agrtcultrre Information bulletin no. 84) U. S. Dept otAgr. Libr. 1d884db na 84 °Ltterature ctted": p. 118-134. 1. Flavor. (1.. Qenses and sense organs, 2. Food-An{llvais. 13. Sood-Qualltyi r. Harris, Betsy L, joint autbor. ii. Title. 0 2 t~0 43 b5
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__ ......_ _~...._. 71 -- - - - - :: .-- ---- ---- - -- --- -- ~_,~.~o i~ TS = ~ iTw.vf ~ j ~oo o~G~rRQi~+roRAro~FO•o-l o---., =d~ 0 --f~L.! ve~P~ryt.t .tOo - ~ / 000 7-1 q L'Y MAGNUS PYKE Like Science Unmvare? lence Myth - and Technology :n:e Ccntnry nrd Society f :\'raritiort (HiNso) ! (nIACDoNAw & EvArt4) 7on (F.U.P.) of SCit::Ce (HARRAP) Od (\t'EIDENPELD) SYNTHETIC FOOD ~'P3~o Py 1Vf agnus Pyke ) 9.y0 PhD FIBiol FRIC FRSB 0 200.0 0 2 4 3s3 50329 7878 I
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50329 7872 : . .•. •. •a _ • _.- - ------- - - • ------ - Pj,AQQRAMP Z Lebensm. Untcra-Forsch. 161. 267-269 (1976) Anftreten von Bittergeschmack ' beim trockenen Erhitzen von Proteinen ~ ~ ~ , z sy ~.~ Haraldlugel, HerbertWieser und Hans-DieterBelitz ., ~z.,,;~,r,,,,u, ti Instilut fur Lebensmittelchemie der Technischen Univenit3t und D ~~yensmittel'.- ' Lebenamittdchemie, Lothstr. 17. D-S000 MUnchcn 2 Untersu~7ung ' i und-F orschung i ,~.~r ©1. F. IlcrFnann-Vcrlag 1976 1 • %G.:.LL ; : Occurrence of liittet ;T'r/ste after Roasting of Proteins G~-. ;~ ~ ~ ' Summary. Proteins of animal and plant origin (e.g. casein, zein. soyprotein, ; gliadin), heated to ?60' C for 10 min. yield aqueous extracts of strong bitter ` taste. The thresholds (0.0005-0.003°,,0) are in the range of the value for chinin- t . , hydrochloride (0.001 °,b) and are much lower than thresholds for enzymatic protein hydrolyzates. Polysaccharidcs. heated under identical conditions (e.g. cellulose, starch, agar. carragcenc), don't yield hitter products. It is assumed. that proteins arc important precursors for bitter compounds on roasting. Zusamtnenfacsung. Ticrische und pflanzliche Pr.oteine (u.a. Casein, Sojapro- tcin, Zcin, Gliadin) liefern nach ttl min trockencm Erhitzcn auf '60- C stark bittere w:i0rige tixtrakte. Die Schwcllcnwcrte liclen mit 0.t1t)05- -U.OI)8%, im ' Bcrcich des fiir Cltininhydrnxhlorid ans_:cgebcncn Mittelwertes von 0,001°•0 ~~ n O utAda"it *tl4u4~r c* 5gha•elicmwcrtcn cnzynutti.chcr 1'rrtcinh)ctroly- teatc. Untcr den V.lcichrn ikdim-ungcn crhitztc I'ulysaccharidc (u.-v. Ceiluluse. . . • • • . .. _ ... _. _~ ~ P;
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50329 7873 0 • {~'"Allomaltol n ,• -~,~' 4k TZ III Ra~ .ril!L'R: C1F. itCR. CHEc•t. SGC. OF JAPA.'~l 4h ( ~?) 333.-~ ~! ;~;; ? , ' Preparation of A1lomaltols (Synthesis of Wtol and the Related Compounds Part III) ... ; By Katsuhiro iCAWASFF and I;.eijtro HA7AS81 1 Fin. Cltsssicsls Ikpartsnenf. R 1C M•t:nao Spes6isj Goods C&. Ltd: . ~ i Allonultol (6-hydroxy-2-methyi-T-pyrone, VI) which Is aa isomeric-T-pyrone carrying the methyl group at the 6-position different from that of aoaltoi, has been known to be of little signiQance as Savor-improver. The present authors have discovered for the first placs that homologous ailotnaltols which carry various alkyl or alkenyl groups at the 6-positioa have acquired tauch-improved arome-c,ualicies comparable with maltol itself and are practically applicable for improving andfor enhancing lLvors wide variety of foods. 6-Alkyl-allomaltols (5-hydroxy-2-methyl-6-sebstituted-T pyrone, Va-d) were obtained easily by reduction of the hydroxylic intermediates which were drived from the reaction of kojic acid and aldehydes in the presence cf sodium hydroxide. 6-Vinyl allomaltol (S-hydroxy-2-methyl-6-vinyl-T-pyroee. VIII) was obtained by de-• hydration of the intermediate (VII). . (Beceived •January 7, 1972) i _ •• . • . .. - . • . - • 1 . T-Lf s* y~$l1D'C.$ L tn. (3-hydroxy-2- I laf2 tll) 2 h . -•-- 02~A~10~43A8
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50329 ')870 - 50~~78 Ale l vl N ~w ..r.n.~r.r.AI- e~ R O '" f/ s ' /'' ~=.P A/iT.t A-,' -4~f l / Ar P14-Ti ~~ s ~t vlf Ar R rA= ~ ~ s a • q ~t ~ Tiv6 ~ '' ~ %G yJ l P~ 7.4 T%r E GNF.tji tlAy, olNAAf 4i t~u / ~ ~ 9~/ Modern Food Analysis F. Leslie Hart, A.M. Director, Boston District U.S. Food and Drug Administration (ietired ) and Johnstone Fisher Ph D Harr , .. y 10 2 n 0 n 0 2 4 3 49enrist Emeritus i The Connecticut Agricultural Experiment Station Q"
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ilid -.U~ a 1.. ~[..' - •Y -' ' y~t~1__~.: ~l _ ' ~Y wWi~ _ _ _:_ .i PoKtTR~~g~Bo/Yy~ Go~r~/~r,~DSfi~YioRo o ~.t •t/y,r ~ . rt ~ ~~~"!tR Kwy fx,~r. #.#.,r • •e/~s.~...xq~ r .. f I~A vi A AAOIP F ooo , ; ~ . ~ I , 7l-lt.i9t 0 P~ O~~ S110KAS, Carolyn Patricia Wallace, 1943- ' ' ' CARlOHYL CO:GOSITIOl1 OF CHICKEH (GA•. _C5 M. DOI~STICIiS) A:1D ?URKEY (lMEACRIS G;L'::AVO) Sbe Peunsylvania State tani.wsity, P6.D., 1970 rood TecbaoloSy unlwrsfty Microfilms. AMRm( Company. Ann Arbor. MicbipaA 0 2 0 a n 02 43S"A :
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~..~- -"--_>____ .• i 50329 7880 - ;i; -,v,- -Z' Proceedim •8econd Jotnt Meeting AMERICAN SOCIETY OF PHARMACOGNOSY sd D1E G8SELLSCHAFT FOR ARZNEIPFI.ANZENFORSCHUNd July 27-August Z, Il7S stcnt, Connecticut a.~ 38 (~~ ,~3/~197s~i SYMPOSIUM PAPERS ~ ~t? • Tsartrrtott, R. NaturalANlAll1? and odoral Western Regional Research Laboratory, C Agricultural esearch Se.vice, U. S'Departtnent of A`riculture, 800 Buchanan St., Albany, California 94710.-Man, from the dawn of history, has been deeply interested in his food, in materials he tastes and smells. Flavorants and odorants have been of grest importance esthetieally, economically and scientifically. Although the chemical senses ue still the least Sj/-f~ understood of our senses, the advent of modern chemistry and instrumentation has permitted some"ress in understanding them. Now some of the difficulties we clearly defined. Some ~t,l compounds have such low thresholds that analyses of such compounds present great challenges 4 to chemists. Studies to establish chemical structure and to correlate biological properties to structure have led to developments in chemistry and analytical methods. Some of these develop- meats and correlations are discussed. : .. . .. ~ 11 . - . _ .. ._-- -~. ~1,~ t~......• fri. P1.......a~ O~o4no2 435.5
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1 92 tp z oc~ ovzo , C~tt~•~rcg et-;;. ~'.n g;f?*t9~I~~"~ .,, s4~~:,ti~oo ~~a. •a~31L: I nuVMAXU _N 998L 6Z£0S
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1959 2 qols. StcUcu AtcLa:rdsr VxatcUfr, H. J. O .,~-~^`~'r'.i~.~..~.~:+..-+Tr:~;-•r..~...~.....-r- . . .. - . ..Aw.A*T~'..~s~r~w o z n o n d 2 4 36 a Arctawsr, 8teff.an FEP.l~1..iK6 r',I+IB FJAVOR CfI&i3Cf2LS (Aram& Cbemfcals) 1, IY _ _ _......~. ~.. ~ . ___. ~..:.. ~....: ~ ~ : ~ _. _._....~_.~: _
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50329 7876 '[it:A.oioOr. taStte. eSSQ Ij 197l, l21-m 81 III Po ~VORANTSG Dop.rtatatt a/' Food Chmistry (Chtino..: Nd Dr. J. Dnvloac, DrSe.), Prague Institute ot Chemical profiles of reaction products between nnlno acids and arabino-6exosWose. = tose o> ~ ~T_ _- if ~ ~ t J. Rbtsatt+y. L. ,DvoUtaarA, A.AadK HLluuxtovA and J.1DwtoeZ Variow u*o xids and th* mixtures w.er heated both with cHanbioo-hexosuktse and with o-fnrctose tb 100'C and to 1)0'C, rapectively. The ehaacter ol fhrour .vas determined by the muory profite ana- lyvIL Thret main types of odottt were praent: t) ro.ued, hmt, and aramd odour type prevailing in mix- 'wres of amino aoids with >Ytlwtat: 2) Oowery. fiuity. sweet, tutd heavy sota prevailing in mixturcs of .miso t" Witr o.rabiao-hexo~uloat where intensive StxuMtt degradation takes place; 3) acid, light. and pta4eet sota. The SlttecwR degradation is obviously very imporuut in fiavonn form.tion during Wn:utto taactioam but other reactions impartinS aramel or roaued Aavonrs participate in the reactions sat well.
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50329 7902 I GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)/ ftAVQRANTU ./TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ TP 983 F1 1979 P 2.9Y3s7 Scientif ic Literature keview of Substituted yrazines in Flavor ~ Usage. Second Supplement April 1979 Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States, Washington, DC Performed and Prepared for the , ` ''U.S. Food and Drug Administration, : Department of Health, Education and Welfare 0 Z -4S.3EP1ItTlgNT OF COMMERCE , T - --- NatioeitIetAnicst infonaition SerYice -:~,-
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sWEETENLRS /FOOI)---FLAvORANTS /'f &OP ICAL M.r*r L S! . 503Z9 . Z'P 370 In 1974 SYMPOSIUM: SWEETENERS r 2 Edited by CeOrge E. Ing;ett, Ph.D. PDDL 1 C. Chief, Cereal Properties Leboratory, Northern Regional ; Research Laboratory, ARS, USDA, Peoria,lUinois WESIPORT. COtiNECTlCUT 1 t 7871 .It".ORICE/GLYCYRRHIZIN/FCAV'otAm*/TASTE--TES'TINGjL-RUCTOSE/GLllCOSE--ISOAtT:FcASE/ SYRUPS # CORN/SENSES A"iD SF.NSATION/il0'.VEYiMAPLE SYFUP/SACCHARIN/P:tOTEINS, PLAw i/ TOXICOLUGY--FOOD FLAL'ORANTS/MIRACLE FRUIT/.DIHYDROCHALCONES/KATEMFE/ . ~ THE AVI P333LIS.i iTiJG CO: 1PAPjYs Ir ISC. 1974 } .....~.-. _.....~....rM......r+...r.+..~.• - _ . „ •++..~.~ 0 2 00 0 02 4 3 46 - iw I.AJ1111.t Y t' ' t~ ~ .... . ~ - .. ~w~......r...~....-~ .~+....~~,..a+..+
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.~...,,~,..~ 50329 7897 • .. .,•. TP '.. ftavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the $ z9t : thers in Flavor Usage. VolumO 1. Introduction and ,,,,, Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliogrophy - -~ ientific Literature Review o liphatic ~~ l/ FLAVORANTSf-noxtcoLOCr--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ GRAS(GENE LLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)/ United States, Washington, Ot occurrence in toods, and eompositional specifications. ibis•ia a 8p .pape • review containing 1S9 references. 70A T• ' ~. . This eonograph eontains a eollect~data'~tros the published literature iro. 1920 to date. Unpublished data rros private industry files are also contained io the wonoerapb. These data cover the specific -group of structurally related eompounds designated 1n the title. Included . ta this review are data on toxicity and metabolis., usage and natural . , , 0L :2 tl rCt e'x7"4 3. 7 2NNW" W T~acu . : . ' . • wrORMAnoN sERVICE . - v.totr.rrw •reo.r[se _
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50329 7914 -1 Heeger,-Eric-h Viirchter;ott. Ilnndbucli cier .lrznei- und tz:n-urzpfi.~r:.er.`^.,,.>~:. geuggewiunuulm, . (Rrriin, 1?9uEsctier 4;.;m,:m•e.-;;1gy 77R D. tllus. ::i cru. 1. I3otuay, lIedical. Pardue L'niv. Ubrary ' - ~ for ldbrary of Coagresa - i21 A 57-",ali o~t~A~A243 8 9
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V z. 50329 7887 . ~ 1: .p.M) Dlo.•'w3:riAtL mzh.rat, XN FOO.D• ec:it-eti by J. C. A, r--s; A. A, Ks ast; H. E. ,^.•; :° and H. W. WnZ.kex. (Prccsedirnis of t2v-- ;:n-.e:-_, naticaal Sy~ zosii= on Food Proteatian hel w Teira Stats L'niverafty, Amsj 1ok-aip My Z0•k2; 1$52.) 1,9b2 3t:3 PP• xowR State University Pre$s Alle's 0 r..Tn!...~'!~`w.~....~.....:a., , r .. .. a . 02A0n 0243b?.
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50329 7911 Die atheiis(-Len Ule lvonj 1:. Gillemeister lund, Fr. liol:'- mann. 4., rullig neu bearb. Auft. litsg. von Willie)m 'i.:~a)=z unter Mitarbeit von F. Gietz tet al., Berlin, .-Lhac~emie- Verlag,1a56- Y. lllus. 25 cm. 1. Fssences and essentlal oils. T. Ilufl'wann. Fredrich. 1~,';_-- 1904, joint authur. u. Treibs,Wilhelm, ed. ui.'Pitle. TP958.G454 Library of Congress (38c=i ~ :, -?Z71, ti + ... ~.~ . ,~ .....Y r. , 0 2 0 0 n 0243R 6 ----- r. .. IG Cilde~eh*cr V+'~~:~ r .- ~i.. .. ._ -
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Z 62 ty Z 0 U 0 0 r 0 °d ~ gt.-n b;x;enF,:I ~3 ~ss:a~P ~..t pm".'^iLC..":IU04 j1i1dB,1 Ll3'f..7 •~ ~ j~~waarty L t6L 6ZEOS
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50329 7920 - p _. _ - :--- - ---- ---- _ _ _ 3 i0 Merory, Joseph. M Food flavorings: com~+os9ition, :ncnufe.cture, and use. Westport, Oani:i., lLvi Pub. Co.,1080. 881 p. l!lua. 24 cm. Includes blblloYraphy. ~ L Flavoring eaeencer, t Tltle. TP450.Di4 ,.-., 664.5 6(~-51340 1 , Ilbrary of Congress 4~ t21 . Q~~0n 0 24395
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50329 7898 ~,R.,-.... . 6RAS(GEMERALLY RECOG!JI2E0 AS SAFE)/;.YQRANTSt- /TOXICOLOGY--ACtJTE TOXICJTIES/ 8,3 =-----pA xg% United Stores, K'ashington, DC . ~ Q.tu. Q~~ 1 / 7 , ienti~ic l~i rature Re w of u41i-pj~ °tic Primcry - • i"3 rAfcohols,N4ldehY 1~ des, sters and cids in Flavor ' _ 9 197 979 Usaee. Fifth Supplement ~._ ..._.. ~. ___ .. "'"""""""" """ fiaw-mDl.Wact Dlanufacturers' Association of the 4 Ws monograph $ntainro a oo111icttan of dat. trom the pu~li:hid literature from 1920 to date. vtkpubllsNed data from private Uidustey fila ara also contained In the manoRrapA. 'Rkse data cover the specific graup of struotnrally related oempaunds de:ianated'tn the title. 6+elnded fn this revtew aee data an toldatty and metabolism, usage and natural occurrence In foods, and oomposittanal tpaaiftcattam Th4 is a 33-page review eontain[rig 12 eeterenea& t ' Pd•Z98 389 •.. OENIRTMTl1T Oi OOMMQCE , " . NatiOpat taCka1C~1 111N~atiOa faf~ r ~ o~ n o n0 2 4 3 7 3
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503 29 791 Q~-~ V- ~ `7 ~ ._ ~ Geldard, Frank Arthur. The htunan senses. 1Tew York, Wiley i19.;3j 885 p. lllus. 24 cm. (A Mley pubIIcation In psychology) 1. Seose3 and sensation. r. Title. BF233 G43 `' ~ 152 138~ 1 52 . ~ l. _~ Library of Congress i54z10h - . _,.~.....-....~.....~. Y.._ / ' 0 2n 0 0 0 24-3s9
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50329 7915 . s ttZ.. 4..i.:.t..''..~.i V ,,• :..•o G 71 ~ i. r•w T t r t . . . .. r... ~...._.,.~ ~ -~ .,~--.-. ~- ~. ..~,._.. .. .. O~nen 0 2 43 9 0
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50329 7893. REF 9P En CATALYSIS, Y.S/CELLULOSE i CELLULOSE DERIYATIYES,Y.S/CENTRIFUSATION, Y.S/ CERIUN 6 CERIUN COHPOUMOS,Y.S/CESIUM COHPOUNDS, Y.S/CHELATION, V.5/ CHEMiLUNINESCENCE, Y.S/CHEPlOTHERAPEUTICS,V J/CHLORINE C9NPOUNDS, Y.S/COCOA,v.6/ CNROM/IIOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS,--AFfiNiTY,Y.6/CNRONIUN COMPOUNDS, Y.6/CLAYS,Y.6/COLORS,OYES COA1. CONVERSION PROCESSES,Y.6/FINISHES t COATINGS,Y.6/COBALT COHPOUNOS,Y.6/ Y.6. .COPPER, Y.6/DRYING AGENTS,Y.B/DYES 8 DYING,Y.8/ELASTOMERS, Y.8/ELECTROOIALYSIS,Y.W ELECTROCHENiCAL PROCESSING (organic ~ tnorganic/lSEPARATION(TECHNOLOGY),Y.8/EMILSIONS, ELECTROPLATING, v.8/ENERGY M4NA6EMENT,Y.9/ENZYNES--INOUSTRIAL APPLICATION,v.9/ ENiY/ES--I1910BILIZEO,Y. 9/EPOXY RESINS,Y.9/ESTERIFICATION,Y.9lESTERS.Y.9/ ETHYL ALCONOL,V.9/ETHYLENE OXIOE.Y.9/EYAPORATION.Y.9/EXPLOSIYES 8 PROPELLANTS,V.9/ , EXTRACTION, LIQUID-LIQUIO,Y.9/EXTRACTION, LIQUID-SOLID,Y.9/FATS, FATTY OILS,FATTY FERMNTATION,v.9/FERTILIZERS,Y.10/FIBERS, SYNTHETIC.v.10/FIBERS.YEGETABLE,Y.10/ F1LMS,Y.10/FIRE RETARO/UIT CHEMICALS, Y.10/FiAY0RAA15, Y.16YFLOCCULATION.Y.10/ FLUIDIZATION,Y.10/FLUIO MECHANICS, V.10/FLUORINE CONPOUNDS(lnoraanir 6 organic),Y.10/ KIRK'OTHINER - 1 nc't2y. 4 ~•:c.' . V.9=ENAMELS, PORCELAIN OR VITREOUS TO FERRITES V.10= FERROELECTRICS TO FLUORINE COMOUNDS, ORGANIC ENCYCLOPEDIA OF CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY V.5-CASTOR OIL TO CHLOROSULFURIC ACID V.6-CHOCOLATE & COCOA TO COPPER V.8vDIURETICS TO EMULSIONS , . a~zn.bt~,Ci343l~8 . ~ . ,% H ~.r~. ~. .. A WRl1f4rtHsama "joUGflON John Wiley & Sons Kw YORK • CtKlESTER . RRIS1<ArE • TC . : . . , . . .
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50329 7896 %L _..__.GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)/ fl.AYORA~ /TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ _. • 983 F1 197 RiFGRT L'4C?WENTATION ih arnwS wo. ~s s ' •~V !! V./ MaE _.. . 1.. _ ~BF•79/ZZS - -- • - J. ._ -... . I _. aw..weM. mft aientiflo Ntentuee Review of lcydlio Compounds of Carbon, , AP I t T7ydroQen and OxYOen In Flavor Use - Fourth supplemeot FB1bA 90017th street lrashirgtcn, DC 20006 . . ... «.. __ .._.__....... . _._.._... _ . . . . Yravor and Extract Manufacturers' AssQci.a a'" ~ftemones how SW AWmW of . tFie l-Tnitey~ States tL f.M.«w oWMe.lw M.w..w ...... FDA • 200 C Street, S1/ Washington, DC l0404 r U K .p..... _. a ~ _.. - tion Ia cwreaa « o..sM r.. @423-74-2224 »"rn: of ann a ft«:i c'«.». FinaLltepast 1120-1979 ~ Ibia monograph oontaina a oolleetlon of data from the puDlished 1ltentuee from 1920 to date. Unpublish.a data from private induatry fDes are ebo contained In tAe manograph. 7besn data oover the speciflo group of structurally related eompounds designated In the title. Included In this review are data oA toxicity and metabolism, uxee and natural oreurrenee in foods, and compositional ipeeUieatiom. Wa Is a l7-pW review oantaininj !i references. . V.5. OErARTYENT OF COtAMERCE alioaal TecAaicd latoraulioa Sernia 1 0 z o 0 ~ 0 2 43 7 1
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50329 7921 - FIAVOXiAEi. . ~ %Pi®. C- ; OW01'a~~0 1'LAYdUR$ 0~~~ lM~l~ AA~jAN~ilG~S. ts~ ~-::•. Iv 0~ U A ~ ~ 2 4 3 9 6 L•Y sl /
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.._....~- - ~ - --~----...._ ---...------y-~ '"j 50329 7916 . Jica 2c. iC. PDDL I la-vA, Wraoy R, 'S.R CO::3 Ft,'e4'~.i. Sr-Ad.,~',3Ef3 AND N-MV-Y7=t1, by F&re, Lar3gry A3s and 0lm®u E233,:er, Sdi to wa 1967 495 Pagea Tho Jorwe Saprina Pi•caei Baltiar.re, L!d 0 a 0 0 0 02 4 3 9 !
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-_ r _ _ _---- : 50329 7903 TP 983 F1 1975 0 s } sf{1.IOaRAPNIC DATA fllElT 1. rjtl..r .btirb aCIEN?IlIC L 'lIJRi IEYIEWa 09 1W.LT COG1iIZID sA SAT[ () FOOD ILlRS srWt rksrlART eoLa ERYDes IDa AND REIwrED I6Ba IA ruv . v a. ro . -S:et'in . .e.i.y ap.isai.. V4w A 1lavor and txtraet M.nufacturars• 900 17th Street, IlN Washington, DC 20006 Assn. of the 0.:. Ii Spe.seriy Orpassins N..e ud Addass U.S. Food and Drug Adninistratiop 200 "C" straat, aY Nas"ton, DC 20204 lf sVple.ewq N.ess yolusa 1 of 7 Volu.as 14. Abu.er. , National Technical Information Service erfomi.l ata.iueie. RePt. 10. P..ieet/7a.1/WarY U.u N.. j 11. csn.et/Gna N.. FDA 73-162 IA. Cr~NReOart a Periewl rinal-1950 to 1975 a< .~ U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE ~ The Scientific Litaratura Ra.iav .umarisaa the arailabla scientific literature fro. 1950 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food ingradiants. 'fha substances are selected itosi aliphatic primary alcbbols, aldahpdaa, acids, and related astars. The r.viev aumsarisas the natural ' •occurrenca, utabs, chesical, and biological data on the substances in a 2,657 pate~rMav containing 10,064 raferancas.~~f ~------- t o~oo0 0 2 4 3;78
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~ 456 50329 7916 1 L Ltttlt; (ArthuY D.) inr., Gnmbridge; :1laaa. Flavor leSearGG aL'Cd fCtXj A^la(lutStte j ac.i:TVey Jf 1 of flavor and assaciuted resezrca, compiled from pnrers pre- aented in a series of %yznposia given in i956-19;,7. \uw York, Reinhold Pub. Corp. J9581 ti, 831 p. Gius., dtagrs., tabies. 24 cm. Includes bibliographtes. 1. Flavor. Z. Ford--Analssla. TX541.L58 641.072 Ltbrary of Congress ~ 1101 H Zn_Q._~_o_~d343
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MEAT FLAVORINGS/FRUIT ANQyNEGETA6LE FLAVORS/ CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 156/PERFUMES--PATENTS/ PERFUMES, SYNTHETIC/ftAVORANTS/%FDAGRAhlCES • 0 2 o o n 0 2 4 a 9 a - TP 983 AND FLAVORS To 1980 Recent Qevetopments 2 C. . EdUw b1/ & ToRry NDYES DATA CORPORATION u" ~ I
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-41 •-- ~_ .;z , . ..~..~ ~,. 50~3~fi116~ ~ lney R.TR CLASS N0.' PAMPHLET VI I M:e4 - S, p. Verband Cigarettenindustire, Hamburg, Cer. SUGGESTED DEFINITIONS OF L~~CO AND TOB CCO ~ VORANTS~~PROPOSED - FOR OFFICIAL USE BY THE WEST GERMAN T~~A USTRY. *(Definitionen zum LMBG.) Verband Cigarettenindustire, 6 pp7eKgGer. (1975) (in German) 0 / *1975, No. 23, W 8108* *d* Tobacco nianufacture' (chemistry): • . . , . . - . . . . t.. v ~ ~ " a V'' .. ......~• ~ ~ _ .. .... " . .. . . , • , 0200t102 4.4 ,,
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Sv329 7915-- "Unofficial reprint of the regulations ... published Jr. the Federal Register and...in Title 21, ChFpter 1, of the Code of Federal Regulations., under Part 121." O~OQ(1t1~440 0
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50329 7904 TP 983' F1 1979 r r e ; 0 2 GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAfE)/ MMRAM.'/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ L NtLN)GRAPNIC DATA Repen Ne.: g~ .7 =L FDASF V3 l 33 ) FB254°7 - - t~. snttT _ 3. ueperc Dne \oupptfment 1. Tide a.d iekitle ~ OM C1tALLZ® July 1974 Dae. L975) ~ Gl~ds ~ !'OOD DIL1R= -. ALiFW1 plti!!A1! 4, ~ SAF= ( ~ ~,D got,S, + aemaS, IDS AtID 28LATED 0 TEBS IIi Ft1,V01 . O u~! - Se~tt Pedom1y O,Rsaisatiea Rep t'. et(o,a.i psisaiee Naise ..d Mdte" IR. Prej Flavor and E:traet 1laaufacturara• Assa. of the U.S. 900 17th Straat, D1i 1. Co.traet/Gra.t Ne. Washingtoa, DC, 20204 FDA 73-162 1L Spaseri.R Orpeiaatiea Na.e sad AM[eet 13. Type et RePort a Period U.S. Food and Drug Ad.iaistntioe Ce'efe~ 200 "C" Straat; W • Finai-1950 to 1975 Washinjtoa, DC 20204 IL IL ft~ie.eraq N.wa• Oolu'a 3 of 7 Volusa 11. Aknweta The Scientific Litaraturs =wiav we.nasisas tha available scientific literature tro. 1930 to 1913 rrelated to the aalstp of 303 synthetic flavor substances and as food inSradiaats. !ha substances are selected from aliphatic primary aleohols, aldabydaa, acids, and related asters. The raviav summarises the natural ocsurrauc., usas., ch..ieal, and biological data on the substances In a Z,4S7.paga saviw containing 10,064 references. o.S."DEP0riId~ c~ao~ial~ 9 Nttioiy! ttcAtktl 1 *sormsitiot Serrioe ' J
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50329 7913 COCOA BUTTER~I ' i1l~MVI[FOOD--FATS/MtlLSIFIERS/ PEANUT OIL/SOYBEAN/OILS--HYDROGENATIOK/FATS--IIYDR08E11ATI(11t/DAIRY PRODUC' FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVEIW N0. 49/FATS, EDIBLE/OILS, EDIBLE/ TP 370 cu 1979 EDIBLE OLS AND. FAnS ~ Recent Developments Marcia Gutcho NOYES DATA CORPORATION lda-2w-,i Ia* Ridp. N.w J@rW. U-SJ1. 1l7~ 35/ i 7r, 510 sCi ~ Sz61 z74 s 4 3 ?i" & i 3n /i I ~~_~~~
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50329 7905 f . - 6RAS(6ENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)/ ¢t,AVORJW"{$ TP 983 Fl 191 RIRLN)ORAPNIG OATA • Repn Nat%-- .76/43 !. sN[BT lDA~! 33-K2 (R., fkf...'T'a.kK4 ' SCIEIITIlIC LITERATURi tE11IEWS 01 GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAlE (6RAS) lOOD INGREDIEIft'S - ALIPRATIC lRIIlA1tT ALCOHOLS, ALDENY_DLSI AC_IDS AND RELA2ED ESTERS Ih lLAY01 T . uR~a ~ , I 5ef!t.-= - erfMiy ...isati« .t•e M" A .. lla.or and Extract Manufacturers' Assa. of the U.S. 900 17tb Street, MM Wshingtoa, DC 20006 lt SM..«iy Orpasai.. N..e .d AdQ... U.S. food and Drug Ad.inistratioa 200 "C" Street, N" Mashin=ton, DC 20204 I - I , 0 2 t~ 1 1!. f.pte...e.q Na.. Yoius 2 of 7 .oluses la. Abstaet. /TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ ~ f •vW1rogupple nntW Jult 1974 Dec. ]27S) G. L 14erfee.iy OrRaaiucia. Reot. IR. Pnjen/Ta.b/t.rk Usit Ne. Y1. Ce«nn/c.r..l No. !DA 73 162 /7. TfRe ef Repn a Pener Co.ered linal-1950 to 1975 t a. r.=. OErARTM ENT 0f COMM ERCE Natiowi TttbRit8lRfofmstRUi Surits ' !ha Scientific Literature Reriev su..arises the available scientific literature hoa 1950 to 1973 relatad to•tha safetp of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food ingredients. The substances are selected fro. aliphatic pri.ar! ~co~a,~del~dat~ae, ~related astera. The review suoarises the tu o rr~ce, sa , c ca1, and bioloSical data on the substances ia a 2,457 page review containing 10,064 r.fereocas_ E
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50329 7907 GRAS ( GEhE RAL- 1~~~~ZEIT~`S1tf'[~ EIELIOORAtNIt DATA Reron Na nAHQ'T.7a ( . ) TP d` 983 $MEET TDASI-WtAS-23S-VS P0254978 1. w1...I Sekkk S.j faye .I_•.;p : =i~tec ~~I~(C1GS)L ~~IIiGREDIEltt3 _ ALIPlAtIYKA~LC~ODpLd, ~ JFWD 1975 u1V 1974 Dee. :915) F~ IJILDENYDES IDS AND RELATEDA?LRS Ilt 7LAVOD USAGS. O 11ot ff/emly Ofs.0iLt1N RfP[. orO w.j-..-. Xa. S. .dor.i.a OrE..isuieM Nam ud A~eew IE. Projeet/T..t'fert U.ic Ne. Aavor and Lutraet Manufacturers' Aasn. of the U.S. 900 17th Street, MY . ceoe.ee./creel Ne. Yashiniton, DC 20204 !DA 73-16Z IL Si.u«iy WE..i:aio. N.wt aod AYro.. 1]. Type et R.pn a P.rid U.S. lood and Drug AdsinistratloEl co.fe.d 200 "C" titreet, tiU Final-1950 to 1975 Vashingtoa, DC 20204 1~ 1S, le= N.a. Volva Vo u. 16. Abnaee. The Scientific Literaturo Daviw susmarises the available scientific literature tro. 1950 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food ingredients. The substances are selectad trom, aliphatic pri.ary alcohols, sidehydas, acids, and related esters. The review sumoarises the natural occurrence, uaaDD, che.ieal, and biological data on the substances in a 2437 page review aontainin0 10.064 references. 111 DEPAIlTIIENT 0f OOMMqCE Nttiontl TtdMial ldoautioR SnMoe 0200n 02 4 3 A2
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50329 7906 e -,.-.. --. i. - ...:_.... . GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)% FUVOWUM `"ff0XIC0lOGY--1lCUTE TOXICITIES/ TP 983 f1 1974 , jl{L106RAPMIC DATA SNE[T L itle .d s.kck4 =CILb'T17IC LITE1tATORE REVI2tiD ON GLNEMLL? HECOGNM AS (CR,AS) }'OOD INGR!DIEIRS -*IMTIC ?AIMA1tYlR. OHOLS, ALDEHYDES k,~'3, IDS AND RELATED .lESTE1L~ IIf lLAVOR USAGE. 7. fk%tM Voluea - 2e t'Y. V. trf..niy raa.is.lies N.ee ud A tia.or and Estraet 1lanutacturers' Assa. of tha U.S. !00 17th Street, IN tiasAinDton, DC 20000 1s S/...euiy Orp.ia.li.s Na.e sr AWlep U.S. iood and Drug Adainistratioa 200 T" ftrast, iU itashinston. DC 20204 1f. frplesewW N.w. &PB254~~ July 1974 Dac. 1975; I a, ~ .r/i.{ Orp.isane. Reo: 10. Pr.jeet/T.lk,"Sork U.iu Ne. t.c~ N.. FDA 73-162 11 = Repee a Pen.d Tinal-19S0 to 1975 u Y.S. DEPARTMENT Of C0111IERCE voluae i of 7 oolasrs'. Nsliaal Techeitat Inforautios Serrks Tha Scientific Literatura Lriav s+r.rises the available scientific literature troa 1950 to 1975 relatad to tbo safatT of 303 synthetic flavor substances used O.a;4oo¢,iniyts..~lbbsub~tancas are selected lrom aliphatic prisary .~ho(/, ah}las,acili, a0d related satars. The review sut®arisas tha natural occurrence, usage, eh..ieal, and biololical data on the substancas in a 2457 ease reviw eontaininR 10,064 sefarences. c
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76 III Del ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS.M-i0O100 1010ft, Fryru-m.. P AC I -st. --r~ "',& l ~ , ,• ~ $Tasa _:. u~alr" •-- ~t LIN 11• -f „ ~ . ~ o , a it~xE~ U VI on 1.i~ ii ~1~ 1i U t~; CdJ 4dJ V ilU --1,.....3..~e • Al.rleta da S.keredl::.M4rOlls.nAOkm.sln. and cDoar ~~~ns , ThN r.oat....aoet.d ey Ernst D. a aM tTC. TM .un.r et tM e ~np n~ ,..r~p rh.t .ow+u. p, tn. r.pert ws. a.o.•w tyr tM T ~ rNkN t ..1aeU IMtHuN M Len{~n,. _ Growing demand for fragrances and flavours offers potential for. essential oil and oleoresin suppliers, but substitutes are strong competitors. Quality and continuous supplies help secure sales. OVERALL DEWAND for CSsentia) Oiis is erowinc ueadiiy, an ITC study points oul, but most of the increase in requirements. Some esicntial oils and advanta{os, oleoresins are gradually ex- okKttesins are also used as ingredients in panding their share in overall spice. pharmaceutical tnoducts a 0 2 n o 0 o z 4 36 b - ... -.*
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50329 7909 - - _.._.._... ._ ._ _. ._. ._ .. .._.__.. - _ .-... ~_. - ..- -----_. _ ~._., __. ~.. .. .._ . _. „ GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)/ /TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ TP . 983 ~ F1 1975' 0 2 0 [1s1.aa[AIN1e eAT. 1SDAST-GbAa 1-~V'1-7(~~ ~ (] Z 5'T /~/ U s/1t[ iCT 1 Tile..d S.btie 3. .pen ouetauppatmeatec fCIEliTIlIC LI ~VISYt bALLY btCOCUl D AS July 1974 Dec. 1975) 3jATE (C~tA3) D INGAEDIEMTt IlBATIC T1tIIiA1tY tlDL=, s. y~,DEHYDLf, IDS Alm bLLA STE~S IM 1LAVOt USAGL. eA.eai.y Oaguitatie. RtK. St e tt79: w. ..r/eeai.S S..uai.. N..e A 1L Pr.jeet/Ta.k/Terk U.ii N.. tlavor and fstract Kanufacturer.• Aasa. of the V.i. 900 17tb =treet, IM . ceal.n Gt.a N.. itasbin=toe, DC 20204 FDA 73-162 1 4 ai.j Orpas.tiN Nw uW Mkeu Pen a Period 1~. T1 ~~ Ile r . food and Drug dd.iaistratioo ~ 200 "C" Street, IV iinal-19S0 to 1975 wsbingtoa, DC 20204 u 1!. t.hk.eaw N.a. Vlalume 7 of 7 Yolu.es 1{. Akar~f. The Scientific Literature 1e.iev summarises the available scientific literature fro. 1930 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor substances used as food insredieata. '1Ue substances are selected from aliphatic prisary alcohols, aldebydes, acids, and related astere. The review sue.rises the natural occurrence, uuage, cba.ical, and biological data on the substances is a 2457 page review cootaining 10,064,referance.. :1.VoATrc?n o4jEj 4 - . Ibtioaa~ T~tr[ial btor.Wrta s[nk, -. •-
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50329 7894 w.~~w+wr Ref • Encyclopedia of chemical technology, edited by Raymond L. T? Kirk and. Donald F. Othmer. Assistant editors: Jane* L. 9 Scott and Anthony Standen. New York, Interscience ~:;:- E cyclopedia (1947--: N tr v. ttlus. 2T cm. I:nclndes bibliographies. Conrsrrra, v.1. A to Anthrimides.-v. 2. Anthrone to carbon-arc.- T. E. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchophen.-v. 4. Clneolo to dextrose.---r. S. Dl- to ezplosives.-v. 6. Ezploslres (cont'd) to furfural.--v. 7. i•wr- paces to tMlte.-v. S. Ion exchange to metal plating.-v. 9. .+Ici.:? s,; r• face treetment to pentcillln.-v. 10. Pentacene to polymeth!r,e t.11. Polsols to rutin. 1. Chemistry, Techntcal-Dictlonarles. T. Kirlc. Raymoc.d Flle-. 1860- ed. TP9.E68 ~ 660.3, 48-231 rw" ~Y Library of Congress i154d,101 o~ o ~ ~ ~ 2 4 3 5 9
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. ' 370 '~ V V, n. 11etrt, ot- Realthp Educaticoap and W.e3fare. FfjtQ aW Drug Jtdml.nistrstion. , - • ~-. COMMATIQN 0r.REGiLATXONS POR fbOD ADDITIYESt Iwoe.Yeli!' II 0. 8. lTepto of -Realths Ediue:at30nl- and kelfara. rood asd Drag Adminiatrawosbiagtan 25p (over)
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~ _- _ _"- .. 58 ---- --- ~1i~tan~' - -- 50329 7922 ~ ` ~ Schimmel and Company, inc.,.1'cu+ York. ~ Annual report oii essentisl oils, tironialic -- j related materials. 1945- 1 New York r1948- v. tllna. 23 cm. r ; ~ ar f~w cllemicals Contd. in 1956 as riiltitzer t Berichte, etc. 1. Essences and essential oils - Tearbooks. '3. Perfumes - Yea v- books. TPa58.$3s3 ~ 668.5058 4:)-371~;,' Ltbrary o[ Congress i51c1) I 02 0 0n a 2 4397
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50329 7900 ----~_ --____:r-= -~- FLAVOR/0.NTS}, AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/' GRAS(GENERALLY RECOGtiIZED AS SAFE)/ITOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ report Scientific Litercture Review of Aromatic Hydrocardons in final Tp Flavor Usage. Volume 1. Introduction and Summary ~''920-i9'e 983 Tables of Data, Bibtiography =' --~R- ~qt 1 1 1' 1978 : i Ib atre.M olw! M .GPM Flavor. and..Extrarqt.Mfacturers' Assacietid"n of th.& United 5tates • , . . .. • ... ...`. .. . ~~~4. . ~ • '!' . . ~5:. t.. . ..'t .•~ . This eaw=raph contains a collection of data froa the published literaturs fron 1920 to date. Unpublished data troe private industrr files are also contained In the mono=rapb. lhese data cover the specitic group of structurally telatsd compounds designated In the title. Ineluded :'io this review are data on toxicity and aetabolis', usate and natural . • occurrence In loods, and eoapoaitioaal speci[ications. This.is s 188. page ~ reviev containing 709 references. _ . . . .. , . NAn~Ot~iAi" TEaINlw. . . INFORMATION sERYICE _.. ..._ .II_ ..5. ._ _ __ to IA. 4wu°t - 0 2 0 2 t~n043 7 5 r a
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----------- -. _._.~. . 7932._._ - 50329_ ; .~ 1. Senses and sensntlon. 2. Phystological chemistry. i. Title. Ck 431 M 1;46 :1'l;.r.cric"T R w Tlte cl:einic;tl seu--,~s. \e~~ 1'ork, J. Wiley ;1916t vii, 424 p. illue. 23 cm. Iitl,lM.'rnphy: p.375. f `J `! ~ r S~ ~' ...rf /%tl S L~ .F..4 612.86 A 4S-S:i 1 C= [QY431.\i ] -- Illinoia. Untv. Library;' for Library of Congress t54elt 2 4 4 0 t -
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*- s «~-- - ----- ~- 50329 7899 GRAS(GENERALLY RECDGNIZED AS SAFE)/ITOXICOLOBr••ACUTE TDXICITIES/ FL/~YORAI'ITS/~ .~. _..__... _ 1 TP Scientific Literature Review of nisole and PB 2q9 GA.. 983 Derivatives in Flavor Usage. Vo ume I. Introduction and•'M or '"5'"•'~"" n Summa Tables of Data o d B'bl' h !i"'1 xapoec 19 7~ . n ~ ioqrap r ,»soao~e ~ . fiavor and Extract Manufacturers' Associotion of the United States, a OW ew . _ ev~t »ve Washington, D.C _ K AIN~M a~ MO .MMD TAis monograph eontains a collection of data from the published literature from 1920 tto date. Unpublished data from private Industry files are also contained In the monograph. TAese dete cover the.peeiriegroup of structurally related eompamb • designated In the title. Included In this review are data on toxicity and metabolisai, usa8e and natural occurrence In fooQt, and eompodtlonal specifications. This is a 141 page review containing 248 Fetereneas. .• t 0-2 Ifs NAa T~~ONALR TECMw.4 024~3 7 4' ml-"'9011 ~u"O .
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50329 7931 CL: ~e,tt±..a} . -..,~ >o cBTlt~lsil , i :~~ v -.J' Y'±'f a ~o:~tih~:~tian of tho Scnir-.;1- ~ • , &3ri;:.a•r,a. f 02 0 0ct02 4 40b
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.. QC . 457 Ba YLA1[ / • 3gc.. T Qj/"' prr .. ~ l.~ !..~m .~ ~ • ~. lnstitatc de Optica 'Oara de 1/aldis :Madrld JUANA BELLANATO and ANTONIO HIDALGO qV C:8-OmRATiO,'V WCTH j F3AOTLtR RE8BARCH 6A6OAATLT7/E9 iNG j ....~~~ : +..-....~._.~ 0 2 0 0 n 02 4 4 0 4
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9 U d b~ o u O. o Z 0 .e i •=C n.. 'fwdo~ 3a';qsltRud IJiY ~°~"d 414Z / VLD i S-afi 2£lvmx C~:v s'1Z0 QOC!3 LZ6L 6ZE0S AkNP70Adi;e U~~ ~/`
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TP 983 Fl. 1978 50329 7901 FLAVORANT* 6RAS(6ENERALLY RECOGNIZED AS SAFE)/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ N0. ~ 110N ti j MCNTA a~IvjT IA6E 1 ~---~_ • , ww.r 6m'n sclenti[ic L I I 000F ionei ' • ip llavor ikaga (JST • / w~~ - .. • . .. - a rnau Flavor and -Extract Manufacture 900 17th straet A s s o c i a.t i o n o f t h e va:riptten, a.cunfted States ' reviev containing 94 referaacea. . ~ . „ ,_. . . . .:• ' . .'. PB 291109 a a. ~ "~. -~~ L~LnY___1921 _ _ a a w4....,4 ".w~ ..K p. Ia ...,«vr...,.hw u/M «. it,ye.»~ftCne, «Wsoa N. ie 223-7i-222i w • . This .onojrayh contains a collectioa of data irom the publisbed literature iroo 1920 to date. Dapublished data trom private industry files are also contained ie the monosrapb. These date cover tba specific group of structurally related compouads designated to the title. Included in this review are data an toxicity and eetabolis., usage and eatural. .. occurrence in tooda, and eospositional specitications. ?his.iLa 74 . pa=e .'. -. . • . MA17~ONAL~ 1E0RdIGL NFORNIATION SERViCE as~r.wwe &CWWWM . I I . ... { : i . o~ o 0 n 0 2 43 7 6
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50329 7928 •t? 370 F1 Flavarants--Aadresseg, essays, le.a:ure#. H'Iavnr !ham6try, R srmtxAi„m sponsorrncl by the Divisinn nf 1'lgrricultu:•A and Fcod Cheinisct•y at the 141?tti meetin;g of the E1merican Cheuucal Society, Detroit, :Iich., April 6-7, 1965. lrwin Hornstein, syniposium chairman. Washington, American Chemical Society,19C6. 1 iz, 278 p. IUue. 24 cm. (Advances In cheraistrv serics. ZO) Includes bibliographies. VC. .J -1 LI 1. Flavor-Addresses, essays, lectures. 2. Odors-Addresses. a~- . says, lectures. r. American Chemical Society. Lirision of Aeri- ~ ~C.. culturat and Food Chemistry. QD 1.A355 no. 56 (Suries) 664 66- ?7,? 16 .. . - . Library.o[ Congress ~ . -- - t21-2i - -- . ~ . - . - ~4--•-:
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i ',,ilAl!(ON, Lawerence Yendell, 1941- CHATiACTERi?ATION or S.7l~.E.WVOR PRINCIPLES OF TABASCO •PEPPERS. ltorth Carolina State University at Raleigh, Pb.D., 1970 CAcmistry, DioloBictl University Microf ilms. A XEf,10(Compeny. . Ann Arbor. Michigan '' -j * 0 2 ~ Q n p 2 4 4 1 7 . t 1
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50329 7940 =7_ ---~~-- . .. . - - ~ /FLAVORANTS--FOOD/ I3/'• FLAVORANTS-SENSORY EVALUATION/ /CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CEiROMATOGRAPHY/ MASS SPECTROMETRY/ TP 370 SY 1973 VOLATILE ~jJ1VOR CONSTITUENTS OF PRK CURED WITH AND WITH~M NITRITE. SWAIN, Jamss Warren, 19,43.- .University of Missouri - Colucbia, Ph.D., 1972 Foa.d TechnoloSy Univetsity Microfilms. AXEP,Qi(Company , Ann Arbor. Michigan / 02 0 0 n 0 2 4 4 1 5
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50329 7930 , i , 2~i POLYMERS AND POLYMERIZATION--ANALYSIS/CIIEMISTRY, ANALYTIC Ka Gt:ROMATOGRAPAIC ANALYSIS-GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/vinyl chloride/ 1977 MI LK,---,,ANALYS,~ 1~hAVQRAAIT3---ANALYSIS/~ , ~~s ~L.~~;' Headspace Analysis Horst Ha.chenberg and Adolf P. Schmidt Hoechst A.G., Frankfurt am Main. Federal Republic ojGermany t 0 Translated by D. Verdin London - New York • Rheine . . 0 2 Q 4-D- 9 ~--,- - - - -- -- • } ~. . . _----- , . . - - .. . _~-._ _ . . - ,;
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50329 7935 CHRMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHP.OMATOrRApHY! FLAtIORe.NTS --ANALYSISVESSENCES & ESSENTIAL OILS--GAS CHR4MATOGRAPWY/ Qualitative Analysis of Flavor and Fragrance Volatiles by Glass Capillary 958 Gas Chromatography Je 1981 WALTER JENNINGS Deparftent of Food Scwna wid Ted1„ology TAKAYUKI SHIBAMOTO DePor~#u of EnvfrorurrenW Toxicofogy Ueiversiry of Catijornto. Dcvis, Calijornio ACADBALIC PRZSS e n o" " owet'"68"I"""qC-1. p„"S,"s __New.York_London .. Sydne. Torontq. San Francisco
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50329 7444 { 139 huiwran'rs--A.-a3ys3s~.a3ys3s~. ~ 4 A Associatic3n of 7~icial x4l?ricultur.tl Chemists. ~ Official me:thods of analysis. t29tl- ed.; Washina on. ~ 3v. tllus. 25 qa. Title varies: v. 1-6, Olticial aud tentative methals of analysis. ` On spine, v. 1- Methods of analysia. I Vol. 1 Issued by the association's Committee on Revision of Dfeth- ods; v. 2- by Its Comraittee on Editing Methods of Analyais. L Agrlcultural chemtstry. 2. Chemistrs, Analytic. S587.ATQ 63Q.24 20-21343* Ltbrarn of Conaress ~~ j53r51b=1 q 02W 0n0244 1 9 :
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50329 : ~RgA'r. $RITAIIi, FORBIGN { CO1~ONtI1EALTN OgFICE/ ~ Tropicai Products Institute HSRns . y- 370 Tr :=:Proceedings 1973 Z C of -the YDDL' Conference 1. C. . on s ~ces foroign a Commonw aith Office (Overseas Uevelopment Administration) Held at the London School of Pharmacy. 8runswick Square. London WC 1 N 1 AX 1 Oth -14th April.1972 Tropical Products Institute 56/62 Gray's Inn Road, London V1fC1 X 8LU 1973 -. M ^.Ir Y j ~ ,y k kj ;` Il ..' ' %, 3C-3 - a%~o0n0244 6
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50329 7943 6 • (1970) --) N.~.'•.:zic:ut Soci.Qtv fcr TestinQ and Marerials .`.:~ ,; < Fla~raraat~--Malysis~ ~ ~ MeE Rr".LiEir'S 07 rG;i'£t.KTi4:+S OF OD3'ECTI4'3- F t%=1-:iL"~JECtI~l3 lLETlipD3 XN TIIE STUDY OF GLORS ~ ,)c. :.aa TAsrE k.3;,aricau society f6 Testiug and Materials ::recial Techn: cal Pubiicaifon 451) 1;G9 ~ Variously P" ad .,S : Warican Society for Phiiadelpf,ia, Pa. Testlag and Maeerials I Q ~ n~ ~ 0 2 4 4 t~
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.. --- -~ --------- - ---- - ------:-----------~-~----- -- - 50329 7948 3! 3?0 Plavo~cants--ikiul~~rsi~ . 1 De ,'` p:.ciz, Rudoiph Edward TilE CESr.~fIST1tY Oh POTeS:TO CHIP k?.A:'JP, 1 141 Pafics i?af.versity Microfilms, linc. Ann Arbor, Mi.ci.igaa s 02 t1 0 0 04 4~k 7 3
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50329 7947 ...~..._ American Chemical Society, Agricultural & Food Chemistry nivision, Flavor Subdivision, Symposium, 174th, proceedinqs, Aus;.2Q-Sept.2,1977/ F(X31H-ANALISIS/BEVERAGES/FLA1i0RAMS--AIPALY3TS/` v CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSTS--GAS CTIROMATOGRAPHY/ •TP 370 Ch 1978 PDDL ANALYSIS OF FOODS ASSD BEVERAG"ES Aeadspace Techniques EDITED BY GEORGE CHARALAMBOUS Anheuser-Busch, Inc. Technical Center St. Louis, Missouri ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers . 7-C 8 1978 i
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7P3 7o T~ /9 70 JOtD;50x, Bobby Ray, 19a1- ~ CID:HICQL CBARACTERIZATIOit OT RGASTEDFAtttlf ,~licu~a. pklaAoma State tlniversity, Ph.D., 1970 Tood Technology i University Microtilms. A!(~Rr+X Company . Ann Arbor: Michigan p 2 n~ n a 2 4 4 1 1 0
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50329 7949 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/FLAVORANTS--F00D/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--FORMATION/HERBS/SPICES/GRAS/ FLAVORANTS--FORMULATION/FLAVORANTS--MANUFACTURING AND TRADE/ , TP 9He ~Source Book of Flavors 1981 - 2.C. HE\Rl' It~Hh:.1T1/. M.B.E..S.Phano,M.F.C..F.P.S.,F.LF.S.T. Bu-A K-uke All.m. A iwv;4sn -a AIlr*ht & Wa.,i,. Ltd. >.m&-n. entrlAne THE AVI PUBLISHING CUMPANY, INC. w«upm. c~nw,i„t. r: .A. o2 0 0 e x44 - . i - .~.~---. ~
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50329 7950 FOOD--SENSORY EVALUATION/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FI.AVORAi~O--"ANwLYSIS/ ! FLAVORANTS--SENSORY EVALUATION/c1DORS--FOOD--SF.NSOR YNSORY EVALUATION/ TASTE--TESTING--FAOD/ QP AROMA RESEARCH 458 In 1975 ` P oceedir~gs of the nternational : : ymposiu~r~ on Aroma Research held at the Central Institute for ~~ Nutrition- ~nd Food Reseat•ch TNO, r , ; ~ . ~ Zeist, the Netherlands, . ~ ~q,. . M 26 29 1975 ay ~- , Editors:ijI . P.iaarse and P.J. Groenen 4 3~?~'~ :~ } n .~get`ingl~ 4 2 5 ~~ Centre for Aaricultural Publishing and Documentation
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50329 7937 1 r 81 III Le FLAYORANTS--ANALY ACS Sym. Ser. E(149) 41-49 (198') ' lFlavor Volatiles as Measured by Rapid Instrumental Techniques/ .4 t _49 81 IIY Le M. O. LEGENDRB Southern Regional Research Centcr, Science and Education Administration, ~- A~icultural Research, U.S. Department of Agriculture, P.b. Box 19687, New Orleans, LA 70179 '~ H. P. DUPUY . V Lbs, lnc„ 423 N. Theard St., Covington, LA 70433 G! ~ ~ ~~f~tss~ ~ l~ Food flavor is governed by many factors, including 1in'i~3 oxidation and protein degradation. Fatzyme-catalyzed oxidation (1) and autoxidation (2) can substantially alter the flavor quality of foods. In addition, protein degradation, whether caused by enzymes, heat, or interactions with other compowtds, can also affect flavor characteristics of certain foods (3, 4). Considerable effort has been made to examine the volatiles and trace components that contribute to food flavors. Some .early techniques for measuring the volatile comoonents in food products by gas chromatography consisted of anilyzina headspace vapors to detect vegetable and fruit aromas (S) and volatiles associated with other food materials (6). Also, sample enrich- __ 0 0 tt +0 2 4 4 12 0 2
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Bz Ydr OUa •v-ZO • a•. ... ~ L S c:Y '`'.,`r., qT? I. p~.~a ~ vn ~ lFst=#try~'~~=a/1 ES6L 6Z£OS
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50329 7954 * 1 ----~---~... V. Advances in ioc,cl :escarch. v. 1- New York, Academic Yress,1948- New i7T. 24 cm. F.ditors: ~.1- 7 IL 3L Mrak, 0. F. Stewart 1. Natrttton-Collectpd works. 2 Food research-Collected vrorks, L Wrak, Emil Marce1,1J01- ed. TX837.A`5 ~ ~ 641.1072 4S--i808` f. LtDrary of Congrees t33Dgj ~- . . 1 . 02~Qn~2 442 9
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50329 ~ A Practical Supplement to Pl,arm-copoeias This book is k trenslation of ° MI~;.:GSKt FISC"r `.''~'t3's:: I;icOGE."t GUSTAV F i 3L~sE~? ViRLACZ, ~gns S`ta~1. %'+lf'ir Sttet+:gart 1;70 t°ttst L:v~lis:~ Laa8w8e ?rinzin% 1973 i ~ ~ . Atd/6borutice sevdir ~qs . x• j)r, yO.-qr. H juRA, l. j. KMt'S• iG-E• AJZV?a+c. - Y. J. $CSY.4LM, d^.I F.• S: -HL ~ 1 - y r.ith-VI rA,.0d.a;a,SSf . •+rsserdl~c,L kx ; P.O. 6CX t4Yi * Nc:V .V'iAR• UK%'-00M +afr~6 3f11761 :010 • . .. lf.~~ ~...- .... .. ...r-....•.-_...... -. . . . , ~ . ~ ._..-.•r rs. ......~.~. _~.-. :.--- - - ~-.:.-.~.. ~.-_.... . . . . , 79 39 f)a'M.X;I:::Ffi7C 3MMY C'sI,Zit:? vl:1tT.F•II=C ~t rR• ~ I ~;:S ;~' ., .` - ,T `` N ~i I ~ QD 1i~t:1:(?:iCOPE ANP ~ s~`;J J!-f1C~ 117 St {S 1".N'~~ t - ~ 1973 ' sf,r ~ Chs~oz-:zat~~~. ahhy and _ . Microscopy 0 2 n.0 R f~ 2 4 4 1 4
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50329 7956 TS FLAVORANTS--TOBACCO/MEyTHOL--TOBACCO/ %ARONA/ 2240 Cu _ TOBACCO-FLAVORINGS/ PATENTS/ TOBACCO--PATEIv'TS/ 1972 ~~ . . .1c. , T ~ BIBLIOGItliPHY--TOBACCO/ - Tobacco Flati•orin~ Substances and Methods 1972 SfdWGutcho Twentyfour Dollus , 0 2ci0 n0 244:3 1. NOYES DATA CORPORATION " Noyes 6u7dinj Puk Ridye, New Jersry 076506. U.S.A. > I I
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1 bdIr zovo'oco . . , t^v:.t3d a~"s51 ~l561: tVaR\'.7:7 11 ~ tT:TcT •~;~?`~1 y^~^ ,, .. 996L 6ZEOS
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50329 7933 _-_ A1rLATOXhi3/CHROMATMI~APHtC ANALYStS- _LIQUID CHRO%UITOGRAPItY(HPLC) / ' F00D-~-ANALYSIS/TSEVERACES/SOYBEANS/ANTHACYANINS/AMADORI Cn*tP(1UNflS/ AOCEEDINCS OF A-,6Y"tPOSIUM ON TiIE ANALYSIS Q!V FOODS A"tt) r,F.VERAGES BY HPLC; held in Honolulu, Hawtii, April 1-6, 1979/ TP LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHIC uscript Reproductfo, 370 ANALYSIS OF FOOD AND ACaDEM[C PRESS 1979 BMI'1L-il.3 E S.3ES ; New York San Francisco izndon '1979 . A sub*o,,, ol tlwrowe s+ow jwwwkk Pwwwwa ... _,...._, _.. _ _-.~,...,,__,........,.....,.,.~.~ Volume 1 EAtQd by
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50329 7945 DISSERTtITIO'9S_--UNI ITY OF MARYLAND/ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ ~~ : t TP 958 ne ~ 1973 ' PDt~L ~ -~~5- TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR--ANALYSIS/ 74-16,558 DMN/IACZYX, Anthony Allen, 1942- IDtMIFIGITIQY AND tiVALU.ITIOX OF 'IM FLAYat-SIGYIFIG1.tiT W~o.~EYiS OF GD= F.SSF.•YTIAL OIL. tluiversity of Maryland, Ph.D., 1973 Food Technology a4+t44' Vnf.trsitp Miaotilms. AXBM Company. Ann Arbor. Michigan a 0200 tl0244?0 t -&V6-, -10-NOWWA
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_~.. _ PLA,YTS--AIOCHEMISTRY/ 50329 7959 FUVORWgr~$2QMM!$/NEIJ PRODUCTS (FOOD) , DEVELOPMENT OF/ CEREAL GRAINS/SOYBEAN/PLA.'VTS--IIORM(1NES/FRUIT--RIPEVIKG/ . -/ PLAI~'TS--MAROLISM/ FRUITS/VEMETARI.ES/LEGt1`tES/ , TP 370 Hu 1978 I I . POSTHARVEST BIOLOGY ~ AND VBIOTECHNOLOGY ~ Edited by He r b e N t O. oHu l tl' n~Ph. D. DEPARTAtENTOF FOOD SCIENCE AND NUTRITION AMHERSI: MASSACHUSIiTPS 01003 ~ Max Milner, Ph.D. ItA3SACHUS6"i131rSflTUTE OF TECHNOLOGY >lEPA1lTSiENT OF NUTRITION AND FOOD SCIF.NCE CAMBRIDGE. ltASSACHUSF:TfS 02139 FOOD & NUTRITION PRESS, INC. ,1hWFSTPORT, CONNECTICUT 06880 USA ~ r I o z o~ n 0 2 4 4 3 4
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CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMAT P Y~ wATER--ANALYSIS/ AIR--POLLUTION--ArJALYSIS/PESTICIDES--DNATION/AMINO ACI DS--DETERMINAT ION/ FATTY ACIDS--DETERMINATION/FLAYORANTS-•ANAL1(SIS~,, ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ ;° ~pplications of Z ~ ,~; /Glass Capillary i Gas Cliromatography WALTER G. JENNiNGS a*.eww of Fmt s*am .W %Amko .tlahenra.lGWbwrio aws. c.itfm* 50329 CHROMATWRAMW SCIRIM A soo...nEe.es•,..,Y. I5 Sdbor LACK CAZU WjM Amse6ft Alt i MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Ba.el 7946 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 4zt
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' 50329 7930 :MAW- -- PRfR"E INTARCPHAfREADSPACE A.'fALYS I S/ ORANGE JUICE/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FLAVORAIITS---AISALYSISt FOOD--ARONA/ F0OD--FLAYORA.wS /t1nARS / POD--ANALYS I S / Proceedings of a conference sponsq~ed by the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division of the MLmerican Chemical Society, held in Athens, Greece, June 27-29, 1978 TP 370 Ch 1978 ~ GEORGE CHARALAMBOUS 'A'-GEORGE E. lNGLETT FLAVOR OF Fulo"oDs AND BEVERAGES Chemistry and Technology EDITED BY Technical Center U.S. Department of Agriculture Anheuser Busch, Inc. Federal Research, North Central Region 0 ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers ,~'%^'"",,GG1i~ E . ~ . .~l ~, i 1978 i 1 0 2 a 0 n o 2 a d 4 5 t:
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~ . 303 29- 79 6Z r00D--FLAVORANT31f1;AM0PAMSOi-E:A?ALOGr Q FLAVORING INGREDIENT SUPPLIERS LISTING 147 Ch A Publication Of The 1978 CHEMICAL S OURCES ASSOCIATION •, 900 17th Street, N. W. PDDL Washington, D. C. 20006 , ~ II11 Rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced or utilized~ in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including electrostatic or photocopying, recording, information storage or retrieval systems, or computers, without prior permission in writing from the publisher. Although some of the material in the Flavbring Ingredient Suppliers Listing is available elsewhere in one form or another, it is available nowhere else as arranged here. It is especially the organization and presentation of these facts + in a format designed to offer speed of reference which is original in this publi- cation. cation. The collection, computation, and verification of information has been done carefully and represents a significant employment of staff time and resources. Qc 1978 Chemical Sources Association, 900 17th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 2000( . 02c~Qn0244- 37
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ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/F1.AY0RAVM--*TAL Tp SOURCE LISTING A Publication of the 983 - OF CHEMICAL SOURCES ASSOCIATION Ch NATURAL AND SYNTHETIC Suite 600 1980 RAW MATERIALS 900 Seventeenth Street, N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 (202) 452-1300 All rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including electrostatic or photocopying, recording, information storage or retrieval systems, or computers, without prior permission in writing from the pub- lisher. Although some of the material in the Source Listing of Natural and Synthetic Raw Materials may b* availabia elsewhere in one form or another, it is avail- able nowhere else as arranged here. It is primarily the organization and presentation of these facts in a format designed to offer speed of reference which is original in this publication. The collection, computation, and verific~tiqp o~or~atknoa~ b~n done carefully and represents a sig- Q fi~n e~1o d1' s f tfrTte and resources. c 1980 Chemical Sources _Association, 900 17th Street,..N.al..-, WAshi;
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50329 7972 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS--SYNTHESIS/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ ANETHOLE/SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/TERPENES--BIOSYNTHESIS/ TP 958 Cr 1980 Fragrance and Flavor Substances Proc edings of the Second nternational JHaarmann & Reimer, m osium Y P ~ on Fragrance and Flavor Substances (New Products. Processes and Aspects of Product Safety) Edited by Rodney Croteau 4ry, J,,_. Washington State Universiry _Sepumber 24-25, 1979 I `l ~. •~ Institute of Biological Chemiitry ~ ~ ~ ew York City ~,~~, New Biochemistry/Biophysics Program ~~ Pullman, Washington 99164 . i D dt PSOVer~g, a17 &ttaftea0, *GAna4 4 7 1980
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.d 1 ~ ~~. ...~.. i 1 ::J:l!~ ~I1 !.~ WtC 's`1~TaTh~3~J aI~~wu}2fi' IuLLov'JJ `sQiiLaru :10 1141JVrinvJ
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N -=fA01T/TiRSTLr=- _~ __ _ • Qp 456 A>d 1979 d on a symposium B James C. Boudreau, EnrtoR Univanity of Texur Horaton SYMPOSIUM SERIES 113 ase A t S sponsOred by the Division of Agricultural and Food ChemisuY at the ACS/CSSJ Cheswcat Congress, Honolulu, Hawaii, April 2-6, 1979. ..I •; =1 ''Fd ' . ) ,. ,. ~2n 0n - n 244 FOOD--TASTE/FOOD--PLAVOR/" FLAVRAMl+--CWtISTI*. 50329 7970 FOOD--CHEKISTRY/ FISR/SRELLFISA/SENSES & SEN4ATI0N/ Food Taste Chemistry . ' AMERICAN CNEMICAL fOC1ETY WASHINGTON, O. C. f ... 1979 0 . r -.._..,..„ `,
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50329 7968 AMERICAN CBWCAL SOCIETY SrMPAStUht SERIES/ 79 III Be TASTE TESTI FLAVOR/SMELL/ G -- ,- _ N -- Sweet and [3 i tter Ccmpounds : Stru_ cturr and Taste P.el at i onsh i p I ~~ H.-D. Belitz, W. Chen, H. Jugpl, R. Treleano, H. Wieser; - Institut fGr LebPnsmtttelchen,ie der Technischen Universitat K)nchen and Deutsche Forschungsanstalt fur Lebensmittelchemie M~;inchen and J. Gasteiger, M. M,arsili; 0rr;anisch-Chemisches Institut der Technischen Univer9itat Kin£han; Lichtenbergstra8a 4, 0-a04o Garching Flavour imnr-ssions are conveyed by th* --~nses of smali %ind I - taste: t10Si~i wI.TI (1) in3kes the fol lowi ng statement reqardi r,3 *_he e role played by these two senses: ~.; "Smell is the rnst predoninant in allowing us to form an ,, overell impression, but the sense of taste plays an imGortart ~ part as well". _ _ - oZoAe0' 2 4 4. 4~
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Ihra, Kav.'., Gtto """..._' ~1 V," ""~ Li~17 b02.'t :a s JAtJU: ~ L\l4Ai/~ OF BEEY'' '..°i~'t VR '968 206 Pnges Un3.versitq MiCTofiiar.s, Inc. Ann Axboi*,
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PROTEINS--STRUCTURE,;PT.A/FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIA PT.A/ CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--MASS SPECTROMETRY PT.A & B/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--MASS SPECTROMITRY, PT.a/' HYDROCARBONS, POLYCYCLIC--DETERMINATION,'PT. 0/ Qc 451 Me nucTcAL srECTROSCOv A SES,Ex Vae Ea.d by Esr« a b.i.. ~- Elrmnrr GwmieMt O.wrvpm[ EywinrnM Ewwn E. I. du ftM do IMnnmn.n0 Co.. Inc. wiM~inpon. 04MMO. 8 MARCEL DEKKER, INC. Now Yak and Basel 0 z n o a o 2 4 4 z~ 50329 7952 - Mass Spectrometry Part ~ C197`t~ ~ Ar. edited by Charles Metritt, Jr. ...o k~.. ~~a ., U a wnry wrc. P..wO .~e o...aW+r' .M_.• u 5 o.a•,-Q~ a +.. Nil.Gr MafMtr.yt^t Charles N. McEwen . c«mai ft«wch and :h.* w-r . GWm^r• E,oawMnW sufwn E I. w'a+«NwnewS aea co I-: dn.n,w O.u..•. ,
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.~...~.....- ~•.~'a1lYA.tiT, Ja:ea Nathan, 1941- &TNE ISCWTI02: A:1D CF.A9,AC:ERIZATI6Y CF B_.F FLAYOR PiiLCU2SaRS AND TiwIR t3rAT GS.YERATED VOLATIt.ES. Texas A t K tlniversity, Ph.D., 1970 1'ood Technology 01 University Microfilms. A XEF= C;..:.;.a.^.y. . lu,n Arbar. Mich:gan ..~.....~~ . ~ ~ ~ , ~6~0-.~4~~ - - . , ..~.. ,~,, Q24446 , 50329 7971 I
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50329 7908 0 ~ TP 83 F1 75 ..a.aaRArMlc oATA LiDEFN-GitAS-293 V6 (t ~ ~ sNUT s 4. Tu4 ..d Sakride SC•TIFIC LI'Pl1tATUSE SEVIEfiS OJ4ENEFALLT 1ECOGNI>',tD AS ~PgATIC gAT IC (CRAS) f60D SiGRLDIENTS y~P gATICIC pAIIMAT~,CONOLS, ~ ' ePae ue •. July 1974 Dec. 1975 a, P ED~S ?ELS?E LS IN FLAVOR USAGE. 68,vICIDS AND 1tLLAY ,~54 . uf ertera.s 0qe.is.noe Rei . er/emiea s.azetis aN ..d A 10. Proieer/T..klixk Ueit Nc FLfvor aad Zitract IlAnufaCCYrars' Lasn. of the Q.=. 90 17th Street, a 11. Cesr»et/Gwar Na. iLahinSton, DC 20204 FDA 73-162 1t SM.e.riy Orjasfa.rio. Nue ..d Af4eu 11 Cr~~ Reoeer a Peried 0.8. food and Drug Ad.taistratlaa 200 "C" Street, Sii Final-1950 to 1975 Vashiaiton, DC 20204 14. IL Seple..wq lqae Voluma 6 o Vol umes 1•. Akw.en The Scientific Literature tavlav avmmasisaa the available scientific literature fso. 1950 to 1975 related to the safety of 303 synthetic flavor .ubstaaces used as food in:redieata. The substances are selected fzoa aliphatic primary aleobola, aldshFdu, acids, and related aatesa, The rwlev suamarisea the !a natural occussanca, asass, ehaaical, and biological data on the substances rafaraaess. a 2437 paga swisv containing 10 j064 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE Nation~l T~chatc~t latormatiop Serrh~ e -;,~ - ,--4-------------___ ___._..--- - - ~- ~.-_ ~-_-.~ ~ I i ~ ° t
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_._.._--~r-..... /~ ~ , TOBgCCO--Fi.AVOR 9 7974 JNEni.IGANS/HYDROXY~CINNAMIfr ACIDS AND AYmE1C--~BENZmC ACIDS IN PLANTSI PLA§TS--ACIDS/4-YLIDENEn~UTENOLIDBS AND 4-YLIDEI~.3'STRONIC ACIDS/COUMA~R1I (S. PLANTS--~CONSTITUTENTS/TERPENES/ AROMAA COMPOUND9•'7, sTRi//- QD 245 Fo 1978 FORTSCHRITTE DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS BEORONDET VON • FOUNDED BY L. ZECHMEISTER . )ERAUSGEGEBEN VON • EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY . VOL. 35 1978 . I 0. 2 0 OW*Eft •Zp*I*G*Iq-VERLAG • NEW YORK
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I (S96T) 9t--99ST 89 `: XDS AX'FsQ •ascor ocgpatiS •g •!m poe EtQ •d •R •Ass,rm ' a 'm cq `mqJ.wi3 u8IJt1B d0 S :1"3t1(kdm WdVU 'MLL~''LOA A0 ha2ZYOUIZ.MI •0 •x 'efaePulZ (G9oI)1 096L 6Zf0S ~s=~nS--s3ccc~~v~slg 9T1 .
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VDUSTRtES irz I -D 2._ ..p 7r~ C'~crrN .t THE ~TISH FOOD MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES . . RESEARCH ASSOCIATION SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL SURVEYS .• Number 61 December, 1969 A Survey of the Chemistry of Amino Acid- Reducing Reducing Sugar Reactions in Relation to Aroma Production - T. F. Stewart, A.R.I.C. . dop, a CONTENTS INTRODUCTION .o_.n.n. z-4..._._s-.._9 .. Paye .. .. .. 3 50329.796q
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. --- ------~----- ti---~.. - . -- .a .~. - -_ - -~--- 50329 7951 __ Out. Acbj#. Mcs1. 93- 14 c010 CHRQMATQGRAPtItC ANALYMv-[IIRf1 PRESSURE LIQUID CHROMAT4GRAPHY/ FLAYORANTS--ANALYSIS.*ANILLA/ 81 111 Tu Herausgeber und Schriftleiter: Prof. Dr. K. G. Bergner WISSENSCHAFTLICHE VERLAGSGESELLSCHAFT MBH STUTTGART K--~ 77JAHRGANG MARZ 1981 Zur hochdruckfliissigchromatographtschen Analyse von Aromen: Unteravchnng von Lebensmitt,dn mit Vanillegeschmack ~ HEFT3 Lndesuntersuchungsamt fiir das ClesundHeitawesen Nordbayern, HenkestraBe 9-11, 8520 Eriangen i o z ~ o ~ 0 2 4 4 2 6
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50329 7983 Flavorants--Chemistryl `A Soci.+.tp of Cherl.cal In&astrq :'F.OBLE'rsS A&ISIliG Fa"cOM 'it2E USE OF CITarsi~i~>.~ IN hOOD. 1952 130 London i -2 4 ass
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50329 7981 . ~ 0 FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FRUIT/CITRUS FT.AVORS/VEGETABLES--ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ DAIRY PRODUCTS--FLAVORS/BREAD--FLAVORS/MEAT--FLAVORS/COFFEE/COCOA/TEA/ POPCORN/NUTS/ONION FLAVOR/GARLIC/FLAVORANI'S--FOOD/FLAWRANTS+-CHENISTIBA SAUCES/SOY SAUCE/T„gBACCO FLAVORED C,~NDY/CHEWING GUM/SWEETENERS/PATENTS G9c-i-) ~ D TECHNOLOGY REVIEW N0. 32. . 3 o FOOD FLAVORING 1976 -PROCESSES PDDL . .~ Nicholas D. Pintauro ~ NOYEE DATA CORPORATION [ Park Ridq., N.w J.rsay London. England '~ 1976 4 .A/IZ,:( c ,-y~.,E) . onti2 4 4 5b t ~
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. 50329 7979 FLAVORA?ITS•--RESEARCB/ VLAVORANTS--R(OD /FLAVOAAMS"Q1iR}1ISTitY ~ Proceedings of the 4er)n:1 Weureutn Alavour Research Symposium held at the University of EAst Anglia, Norwich April, ]Q7A ~ FR0GREIN • 370 La , Edited by Oistributed Exclusively E3y • I tN1TeRiliATtCiNALr iQt' A s , 0 0 1978 FLAVOIJR R E,EA~(CIF, pvoL D. G. LAND c i1M%je Food Research Jnstitute, Norwich, U.K. ~ 1627 Spruce Stroet Phitadefphi® PA USA'i8103 ` H. E. NURSTEN ~ . - pepart:etent o•f Food Science, Unirersity of Reading. U.K. APPLIED SCIENCE PUBLISHERS LTD LONDON ,.. 244•~ I I , .__
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50329 7958 - - ~- -~ ---- F"~~oarst~i`+r~~l~tb~~o~pte~r ;~ y o. . w, F.: t... •on ~ FLAttL`U!Q C.'C~iDi:ElY'!.'S I!i1 Y Frtk von Sy~,w aud Msdeta c irsA4r ~LayI~ ..ver,a~:a Inatitutat for lGost,elrvarin3,.fors'•:nfir ~ RePart tsnp 122. 1962 99 p` f Sver.sl:e Inatstut ~ C+~zebor8. ~~aqet for *'n"zverinBsfoYai. .~. n$. F ~~ n 0 n 0 2 4 4 3 3
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_79 - - --- 50329 _ 69 ~ ~ 78 V Boi I -~--~----•----_---- -P,.~-~,,. •• 3z -,u t /A riolecular Structure and Organoleptic Quality I- 1CL~l~i $s-CBElQ ' STUV 7 AND FLAVOUR)r 7CHEMISTRY 1 .10, A / rv n ~ ~: • Boelens, I/yvan der Linde, J~ Rke1 ~ f~~'al, ois. Y:~t san Du - L M{. J. T ~I~ken r ~+~'~~"" ~ j 1~T R~AIIU%AL. P.O. 8\ J l RE3EARC1~ DEP Tt1t~7r, ?IAARDE% /NAARDE~ Sliitt:lt, TtIE AETHERlA,%DS ~ ~ ^ ~, ~ /` , F7avour is one of the main elements which distinguishes betNren food and nutrition: howes•er, the total fla.•our eomplex usually repn•scnts less than 0.1 °° by weight of any food. Existing Ilavourinas can bc prepared from the follu%%ing raw materials:' (Q), natural 11a%ourings; (b), nature-idcntical substznces: fc). artificial Aa. ourings. The approzintate numbers of flavouring raw materials mentioned in the literature are shown in Table 1. ~.. ~ ~ ; !1 Table L. - flaroaring raw materials , Natural Numbrr 600 Ref. 2 Nature-identical 4200 3 Mryticia 2S0-3S0 , 4,3 up nv~qq44 h in u+t isee Tsbk :1 e eitilUited number of nalure-iJenliCai wbstnuces T I t. .°:O -~.. .•turno° A. numt.•r nPaafi: iat sttMtancea is decreasing.
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' 50329 7976 0 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/FLAVORANTS--F00D/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--FORMATION/HERBS/SPICES/GRAS/ FLAVORANTS--FORMULATION/FLAVORANTS--MANUFACTURING AND TRADE/ TP 9~ Source Book of Flavors 1981 - 2. C. NE\K1• It_11F:.1T1t M.B.E. 8. Phann, M.F.C.. F.P.S.. F.i.F.S.T. Bu.h 8.wdcr Allrn. A 11i.•fwo../ All+rMtht & f.\'ii-mi. Ltd. l.m4m. Erydand vzQQno2 44 5I THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC. Watpoet. Caroreticvt. l' .S.A. r I.
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50329 7938 CIIROMATOCRAPHIC ANALYSIS--FLAt,rORS/r00D--FLAVO}tANTS/FitAV®P. / S C11ROPiATOGRAPIIY , • FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FW.VORANTS--GA ~• I fL l.eben.m. itntna .}nnw h• t ~ ,c -xwft n~t U ay .1~:7:ergnwtinn, ~mr ~en 1'Ji•i ` ~iuGtt itc 1[c(ltodctt r ur Isolicn n d t i h t . t n un nrc c t crung , • von Arotna..toffcn aun Lcbcnsmittcln ; C3nter R3mer• und }~.dmund Renner ~ )litehtrtetsehaftlicM Abteilung der Justus LiobiR•Gni.•ersitAt Giettea uod Ent.iehturtgs. ` abt.iitwq dee 118upa AG in Friedricbsdort (1i1tU) ' i ~ Shviganptt an 8. Jani 1074 • ~ 75 III Ro~-;.•ti•)) Simple Methods for Isoiation and (7oAccrttration of Flavor Compounds from Foodi ~ 3tuuwrry. lhving isolntion and coneenteationOl flavors from natural Twoduets, the eepar.tioet ' f~ot Aavoa ttan other sulxKancew such as Wts and (ipida rcpersentea great analytical ditfiealty. ` rcpnration ot ' ~ This Irper de.eril-aa a retativety ainmrio method, which aiiows the simuitancnus tlator substatn•cs by steam dcutiliatiou, their exttuetiun and concentration. •11da mcthod waa '~ applied to various fruitpowdces, the results were eomiMred with other simple tnetiwds for the . . + analysis of Qarors.Ue il.•aror coneentrates have been turt4er setweated by mcans of gaxhroroa. 1 togra>ity ~ Esaswwer~~y. Bei d'er Iaotierung und Anrokherung von Aromambatanzen aus Natur. ' ptodukten besteht sins M•esentiiche anaiytizrhe Sehwiorigl;eit darin, die .1roma+to0b von Bcgleit• ~' aubstaesen wio Fettcn und Lipiden abzutmnnen. ks wird eine rclativ eintache llethodo beychrie. ~; fdestillation ahsntrcnnen kichzciti dureh N'as~crdam zu d'a e~t ernN licht ~roruastofi'o ben , p , , g , e g uteshierdt und anzurekhern. Uie Jtetlade wurde an Fn~chq+uirern erprobt, die lir~ebnissa wur• den tni0 andcten ein[~chcn ~tethoden dcr Aromal,rowinnunr veraliehen. 7)ie Auttccnauna dce weonta•Kont~tntrate ertolgte ~+eheomato~raphiseb. 0 2 0 0n 0 2 4 4 1 3 {
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F:Cr50329 7955 _' 243 ~ Lo 3 . Uvorante--Annuza:l clirector,-, 1= 57,~t Perfumcry and c.,.^~cntial 01 record, and 'Du.vnrs' r~ ~ :~, ? 957 lLondon, G. and DL Preeaj V. In llina. 26-2g cm month2y. Began pablicatlon In 1910. Ct. W11linga prer.s guide. "Incorporating B'lavours, fruit Julaft and apicea revie-,." Supplements accompany somo nnmbera. / 1. Perfnmea-Perlod. 2. Eeeenoes and essential o1lL-Perir•d. TP988.A4S4' Lbrary of Congress ~ ~ lab8b;l ..r .. _.~._. ~ .-~...,.~,,.._,~ ,._.._-. _ .~ o~ e 0 n 0 2 4 43 0
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50329 7982 - ------ -- - --- ~' - ...~.T.-...~'„1 OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY--DISSERTATIONS see DISSERTATIONS--OREGON STATE LTNIVF.RSIZ'i/ FILBERTS /NUTS/nAVOItANTS--CmtISTR*P/ r TP ~ - Flavor Chemtstry of Roasted 7 Sh ' Fllberts (Cor tus avellana) A THESIS submitted to • i97o • : by Oregon State Univoraity In partial fulfillmcnt of ~• the requirements for the degree of t . i ~". , . . June1970 Doctor o o t :. : .....~.!y.r~+r r.~.~ - . . ". - . . -~....~"~~+r.+.w..•.«..~...«.v.~~~~ Ross Mark Sheldon f Philosophy : 0 z ~ 0 n 0 2 4 4 s ~
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BITTER SUnSTA+RtCES/SWEETENERS/TASTE--TESTING/ . TAU 50329 7967 i 4 III Be2 Zettschri1t filr ErnHhrunpsustssenschaft, Band 12, Heft J/,°G-~,iG Aus dem Institut nIr Lebensmittetchent{e der Technischen Universlttit und der Deutsehen Forsdtu^psanstalt jur Lebensmitteic}:em:e Mtinchen O R Struktur und Geschluack siil3er und bittercr Verbindun ;en 3-3 ' STRUCTURE AND TASTE OF SWEET AND BITTER COMPOUNDS. . ( Von H: D. Belitz t Mit 2 Abbildungen und 9 Tabellen 111' 42996. BELITZ, M.-D. (Inst. Letxnsmit:elchem., Tech. Univ. 4. Jtult 1973) = btuench., 1:utAst. 17, 8LGJ Siuencheo :, W. G!r.) Struktur und Gesch- ~ , anaek suesser i:nd bittere: Verbutd,mRen. (S:rue ture ar.C :as!s ot • { Die s+reet and bitter cnr•^•a:r.C4! Z 1o- lr v;dlt des Lebensl Ca <raucs furr..:nt a L0• rTahrungs- ' anp.e fLlfiltthe reqatrer•.^cts of the ?rotoa danor-pr•xvn reee xor eln filr den # aufnahl system tc- sWeet taattm; exr.+~cands. 8trrctural pecutearu•es yhicA VerZeh: deviate frrom t:as ta::r :o-aiat.t ani resuv tin c;f:erent ae;rses of thl von Ver- sweetness in su4ars, aminu aciis, di;epcite eaters and d:hydro- chmaCkSeiA- sclliede: chalecae aeotusptridosiles are di.icussed. TM retattonship beweeA drDcke hydrophobicity and stde c:.ains R nicb esusrs sirytnft drxrees of tter Z11TuC3C• Wtternesa in petst:dee, dipeptides, suRzrlprotein coatplexes, e:trtc fihrellm tlsranoae ftycosides and Ihwancne hrsperidosides, are slso explored. ' Wie -- --• - ---e- ----- -. __ _.... ---- -- .._... _----.. zeigt, fehlt
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~1~ . ti. ~ . -;_U-4iuC44W'r ! h, j . . 0 2 n , 1 ~ i TiIO%lAS E. FURIA aad NICOL6 nLl-LAvCA NTS I~?GRZ I~° ~ _ Editcd, Transialcd, and Revised by FLA:~UNK CJBA-GE1GY Cor'a+r ~mia+ Ardolrp. l~'cw )k . From the itn!ian languate works of PROF. llR. GIOVA1`NI FGNAROLt s'~~onofA 7anorltalyhtranas Direrra unlrenter t sii ~o!• ) _b 2 4 49Z A Nuishedar FLNARO11.1"s &eZ/HANDBOOK ~ o.f _ ~ ~"~ s -A:r.l -S 50329 7975 _ irlu: CH[:NZICAL RUriIIE[t co.
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50329 7980 ~ ~.. x~s' t r~..~. L....a.-..- 1 I' t" IfOCLLE.r., Theodore *t12iam, 1943: 1 j ?'ICf' Al:ALYS:S OF CC`tCORD GRAPE ESSEIICE G^ oo..c~e~t/t lc'.~+t . ~ AS P.ELATED TO !j~t;tCOI<D Gi2APE FWIYOR. t 1Sichigan State University, Ph.D., 1971 Food Technology • Unfvetci;y tdictcufilrne. /l \EF;IDKCc+mpany, , Arin Arbor, Michigan 0 2 0 0 0'0 2 4 49 9
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.rs::fi.~~._._. ` ~ ~ 7~ , ~i~ 50329 7978 3 . / ~ ....~.__~.... --.... - -.......r...... = --~.-.._ ~,~ - . The examina•.ton of aome F,r~it Juice Volatiles by Use of .: the Flame-toaisation Detector n. . _. ~: . Nargaret E. &leser and A. Ullard Julces Section, Agricultural Re+cearch Station, University of Bristol, 4in3 AsU,n (England) The increasing volume of work puhtlshed an vul:uile fruit arumar has made il evldent that these fractions include a wide range uf aliphatic c,impLwnds of relatively low nwlecular weight (e. t;. 1,1, S, 4. 5). They Include a1cuM,is. ald, hydes, ketunes, acids and esters derived frum (hrni: maay are cu.nenun to the juices of different fruits, out the relative anuwnts differ frum une fruit tu anuthcr. There are, in addi- tiuly uther cumpunents often of higher molecular weight mure atxtiUically associated with certain fruits such as xtrrMtwvrv (B) or swroe .zrrpe vrariotieac (7, 8, 9). 3 I U2~0 n .t1.244S3
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50329 7990 7,-5-amrA.ti-r, James SatRan, 19a1- aTFE ISCL6TIQ:I AND CFiAFACTERIZATIOY OF PEEF tLA9GR PRSCURSDRS A.YD :hEIA H:AT GE.YERATED VOLATILES. Texas A & K t?niversity, Ph.D., 1970 Food Technolosy University Microfilms. A J(^.= ComMsny. . Iuin Arba:. Michigan . ------ - -- ---, _. 04 ~ m i A< A 09 OP 020tl0. 024 4 6 5
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50329 7994 FLtC'!'IN/ FA0D--TEXTITRF./F'AO1J--CGLOR$/ T'DOfl--F[.AVOR/T.ICr'i:VS/ PLANT CELLS AND TISSUES/CTT.LtILOSE/H."ir,ELLULOSE/ FLAVONOinS--FoOD/pT.AVaRA1RPr-TMe~ FOOD SCIENCE AP:D TECHNOLOGY TP 370 Es 1979 A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS 4 . Plant Pigments, Flavors and Textures The Chemistrv and Biochemistry ~ I of Selected Compounds N. A. MICHAEL ESKIN 0 Department of Foodsand Nat.ition Univwsity o/ Manitoba Winnipej, Manitoba. Canada ACJIDliA11C PRBSS NewYork Sm Francisuo London 1979 A aM10W..y alNra..vr s--. Ana.wic#. PablsAm 020tT0 ..0 2 4 4 6 9 I
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_ ; ,.. _ ,_ . ..,.....~ ~ coam/piuruy ALYSI-S-/---__--_ 50329 7991 0 Technical Center U.S. Department of Agriculture Anheuser Busch, Inc. Federal Research. North Cen!ral Regton jr ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1978 ! A Subsidi of Harcourt Brace Jovano vich P bl a s ' h , r GEORGE CHARALAMBOUS -~-GEORGE E.INGLETT ORANGB JUICE/Fl,14YOIt11Y?g--F00o/FLpVORANTS--ANaLYSIS/ FOOD--AROi'iA/ FOOD--FLAVORA,"TrS /r1flARS / P00D--ANALYS I S/ Proceedings of a conference spons9ed by the Agricultural and Food Chemistry Division of theltt(merican Chemical Society, held in Athens, Greece, June 27-29, 1978 FLAVOR OF FOODS 370 Ch 1978 AND BEVERAGES ~ Chemistry and Technology EDITED BY ry , u e i s . w 0 zcfone2 44 b6 . 1 R
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F00D--ANALYSIS/fLAY0RAM1'~'--F0~,(SI~EETENERS! 50329 7492 TP THEQJJALITY OF FOODS 370 ANDtiBEVERAGES Ch . ~ 1981 Chemistry and Technology Volumt 1 Proceedings of a~Symposium of the second International Flavc Conferenc~~ u~ly 20-21, 1.981, Athens, Greece ~~ ~m~ .~eorge Inglett ` ~ U.S. Drpartment of Agricvkare Agicvltunf and Food Chmisby DlvWpn Sckrw and Eduatlon Administration of the Amerkan Chemical Society Northern RegioiW Research Centa St. Loui:, Minoaei Psai~, nlinoii ACADEMIC PRESS Ifdl A Subidury of H.nrouA Oeas )ovaeovldb Pdbbdwm New Yorlc Lendo. Toroeld Stdwy Saa FMVdreo r ~~e-,-' .~'~. 0 o x n0 n 0 2 4 4 6 7
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50329 7996 TP 983 F1 1976 f PDDL~ . F OOD--FLAVORANTS / FLAVQR'AI~iT'g-- ~ ' /TOXICOLOGY- ACUTE TOXICITIES/ . .,..». . SHEET F~-/BF- 77I6S 1 1. tt e a 5uotu e • S. keport ate Scientific Literature Review of Alicyclic "DicarbonYl" November 19*76 compounds in Flavor Usage a 7. Archot(s) 8. formin6 Ch6anitation kept. Na 9. Pet(ormias prdanisation Name and Address 10. Ptoject/Task/C'ork Unit No. Flavor and Extract Manufacturers'Association of the Unite:! States 11. Coattaet/cr,nt No. 900 17th Street, h'W Washington, DC 20006 . ' 223-74-2224 iZ SponsorinR Oraanisation Name and Address 13. Type of Report & Peric.i U.S. Food and Drug Administration Coveted 200 "C" Street, SW Final - 1923 to 1976 Wa:shington, DC 20204 1~. ee.sr IJoces IS. Suooltaw , Q?_n 0n 024471
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50329 7988 I P'nM)--sF.*rsnP.v "AT.nATTnn*/FMn--TFxTrmq/"n--T*'rRFnTF*rr4/ FN1l1--CrfT.rlpS/mFAT/FTSH/r,nNIVr?I"PTOVFRy--T'PVMMF/Fnnn, T.TnT!Tn/ M(1*VF.T.T. TN/ SWF.F.?i:NpRS /pJ,AVriRA.WS--FnAT)/PROTE TNR--Cr.YFF.TF%7FR q/ nP 456 Ri 1977 SENSORY PROPERTIES OF FOODS LONDON Ed;red by G. G. BIRCH, J. G. BRENNAN and K. J. PARKER APPLIED SCIENCE PUBLISHERS LTD ~ Z n 0 tt 0 2 4 4
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50329 7989 0~ n 0 n 0 2 4 4 a 4 .~.~,... QR PL.S--FOOD/CEkEe.L/VEGETABLES/FRUIT/NUTS/_ iPOpp/ 98 - BEVERAGES--PLANTS/FERMENTATION/PROTEINS--PLANTS/TOBACCO--BOTANY/ Br S;IOKING/CHEWING GUM/TOBACCO--SUBSTITUTES/ CHEWING/,^,OTArjy/ 1975 Plants Consumed by Man 1975 0 ACADEMIC PRESS B. BROUK Polytechnic of the South Bank, London J y London New York San Francisco A Subsidiary of Harcourt Broce Jovanovich. Pubtishe.s t
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,------,.---• - TP PROBI.EMS IN WI)?RTTION AND FOOD SCI 50329 7987 ENCE FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FOOD--ADDITIVES--BEGULATIONS/11~~~..~ • $ N0. 1 370 An 1972 Probleme der Ernahrungs- und Lebensmittelwissenschaft. Y, PDDL '~~• N`'`'IURB-IDF.NTICAL, AGid SYNTHFTIC PLAVOlTR4 AND LEGAL ASPECT$` •. ,~ ON THEIR OSE. • . '. 1 Proceedings of A Colloquium Held under The Auspices of the Austrian /~ Ger 1 Society for Nutritional Research (Vienna. November 13 .1972) l• f (' Lditors: W. Auerswald and B. N. Brandstetter _ • Natiirliche, natur-identische und ` ~ ;# synthetische Geschmacksstoffe urid deren _ lebensmittelreclitliche Aspekte I WILHELM MAUORICH VERLAG, WIEN A P # Experts from Switzerland, Germany, and Austria report on the ` present knowledge concerning naturally occurring and synthetic . : 8avonrs used in nutritional technology and as additives to On this scientitic background the problems of .: d t K t s. -s u oo - legal and administrative measures of the state authorities - ~ tor protection of the population against harmful side effects s ( of flavourinR agents are treated. The discussion of those participating in the Colloquium reflects the views of physicians, ~- state administrators, lawyers, food technologists, and chemists. , • . --- 0 2ria no2d46 2 •i. • r
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7993 ~-- 50329- , •• . : • LT.U.Faderai COCOA/ NATURU. ---Cr~:V-19 ..,DER4r. SPECLFICAT~Iti,4f MNR% L. R US 5 ZELL C004en. 3fIC by 6CGk5 For (RJ65lry. Ir1C.. sUbSidiary C' i.1i+wAVCEa FQ,~ tA:- OUST°Y, tiC..7ti Th;•,A:c^nue.NewYork. N Y. ;: ets 4( CanCy & Sna•:;t Ir,d,j?.;ry CanCv !.:arkete p.•...•v & 1c:! C'•:..3 ?-, Fr.:' r So:: C•myrignt 1972 . . • _ if14!: y4d ter f1::r:I?SS t1.1r p(o+t'SSICi`.il (T nC .~ ~ln ~ C:r':v^,ja. . i.? i 8rt.l nC '. ~s'~_•-- .- ~--=- - - 'Vaa{ t'iLsLtons sea Fadoc~l ~,~c± i~ c+;iaris/ 1 Pc.'DO- ~-rI:A~rCRa'T3/ C1~:- ~J- CURiN^/ •if)t~CT~?j E•^GB-.--PROCE..STl'Gj COi: . :r4~{~~~ _ . - t.
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50329 7997' -_-`- TP 983 F1 1975 PDDL E ...,.. .-,...~....... ... .:... ..: ::. _r ~ f FOOD--FLAVOP'.~~NTS/:?LAV TOXICOLOGY--ACZITE TOXICITIES/ .,- _ L BIgL1OGRAPHIC DATA- 1• Nepatt No. ~ 3. Reeipient's Aceession \o. SHEET FQtXIBF-77/5% Vt e z. ~ ~ • •te •. t~E~c Literature Iteviev of Al:phatic Acetals in c~cn Flavor Usage c~ ,•. 1 7. Aathot(s) 9. Yetfotains Ortaat:atioaNatne and Addtass Flavor and Extract Manufacturetst of the United States 900 17th Street, h'u • Vashinrton, DC 20006 1b Spoosotina Or:acization Name and Addtess U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW itasliington, DC 201204 literature frota 1920 to 1975 related to the safety of aliphatic acetals in flavor usage. Ohe cal information, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these compounds re~ivil i0a ~ pQe khmm4y'4nt)Fin;Pg 154 references. A:tsociation S. kcpott Uate Septt:mber, 1915 . 48• I'etin:tnins UcCanisaion Rept. 1o. 10. Ftojeet/Task/totl: Cni;•\o. 11. Conuut/Grant tio. 223-74-2224 13. Type of Rcpon & Yeriod Coreted Final. - 1920 to.1975 (14. The Scia:tific Literature Reviev summarizes the cvai:able scientific
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t 9 d b r U v v0 z a . _.. ...~~_. _..._... , T -r ~'2~'~xI ~1tt ~rw~ aC fL~~t~T l ~' F s 'SpXIii'7d 8IM OJtTla E , x"a f 986L 6ZEOS
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50329 7985 ~ ~p~t~t jRr .. pI~R BQAI`/~[ L'o~l p~+rA'1~.f aR O~i~~~t • M1 rt A ~oR~~rt/r~~t•ckE~/J"!~R I~C~y alsoprj~ UFF Mpr,iwrs..~ ~ F&A v R Ayr ,r •- ~ iovl . .t , ri is,s» 70 Tk Pv ' " laMS, Carolyn Patricia Wallace, 1903- CARdONYL COMPOSITIOit OF CHIG2tJ (G~ir:S ~ Q~Q DOlQ:STICUS) AND TU'tr KEY (lLLFACRIS G;::.::A7O) M1. 7L. 1970 P.an~ylraaia State tmi.eraity, Ph.D., fbod Tacbnolosy UattetsttY Mkroitlms. A MF4(Company. . Ann A:boc. Michigao 1U244b-ft. 020At1, i
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. ~ - ----~:~~ 50329 80QO . TP 983 F1 1976 PDDL 0 . ACIDS, ALIPHATIC/ALDEHYDES/ESTERS/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ FLA~It~--BOVFOOD--FLAVORADITS / BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA ii. Riport No. Z' a 3. Reeipient's Accession No. SHEET FDA/BF-77/60 tt ie S. eport ate Scientiftk Literature Review of Aliphatic Keto- and A 1976 i en Functions and Related b• " t Ox id vith :Z djac d ox H g nna y. s en y r c I 1. Conusct/Gtaot No. 20006 • 3_14-2224 it Spessorisp Or6asiaatios Naee and Address 11 Type of Repoet ft Period U.S. Food and Drug Administration . Coveted .200 "C" Street, SW F n 1- 1920 to 1976 Washington, DC 20204 ° 14. ., , . ._ .... The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific literature from 1920'to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic keto- and hydroxy-acids with nonadjacent,oxygen functions and related compounds in flavor usage. Chemical information, biological data, and biocliemical aspects of these compounds are Qgivn ty ati11Aaga suftarij co#a1rnjG'116 references. ' of the United States 900 17th Street, 1V'a ounds in flavor U3aP_e a w4- - ~. - -- --4 -1/k1-14 ~ . PetlotoisR OrRasisatioe Name and Addtess 10. i'roject/Task/s'ock Unit No. Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association f J , , .,~ •
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50329 7961 FUvo:'atrLz- Ehayerst L-uice, I957. Perfumery and avezAtial oiI record., :.-~:;ua l a::'! '~•,.,:r:,, ^ ;;~. ,_^..7 jondon, G. and X Pressj T. In llIua. 25-28 em. montWy. Hwn publication In 1910. Cf. Wlllinge preea Lutile. "Incorporating Flasourb, lruit julcea and apicea revtew." $upplemenb accompany some numbers. L Pertumea-;--Pedod. 2. S,eaenoes and eesential o11a-Perlod. ® TP988.A424' Ltbru7 of aongrea tWbil .--------- --•--~-~------ . _ ....~ ~_ ~ 02c~•On02443 6 8G--26CxH
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QQ. FOOD--FLAV(1RA:vTS/ TO:IC(1T,OCY--ACl1'fF TOXICITI FLAVORANT~-4i~I I TP 983 F1 1976 PDDL --'1. Repen No. BltillOG-APHtG OAT A SMEET L FQ ALBC-77,5 < Title st t e ~ 2. 7. Reeipient's Accesa;on No. S~cent;~Lc!~.iterature Review ¢f Aliphatic''I~etopes, SecondaryvAA].cohols & Relatedl/Esters in Flavor'Usage = x. 7. Aatbor(s) 9. PerforpSiog Ortaniiattoo Name and Address Vlavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association or the United SLates 900 17th Street, NW WAsKington, DC 20006 t 12. Spoaporia=OtjsnQzation Name and Address . 1N.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW ' Washington, DC 20204 0 5. Repoic Date Apri.l , 1976 • 6. d. Nerformina Organization Rept. Na 10. F'rojeet/Task/k'ork Unit No. 11. Conttact/Graot No. 223-74-2224 13. Typc of Report & Period Covered Final - 1920 to 1976 1Ue Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available sci=ntific literature 1 from 1920 to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic ketones, secondary alcohols and. releted esgers, i>s flavor. usage. Chemical information, bialogical _data, and biochemical aspects of these compounds are given in a 458 page summary containing 1559 'references.. . 0 2- n0-n 0 244:7,-b . .
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50329 8006 Ft,AiIORAUlS~--FOOD/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTS TOXICITIES/ REpORt' DOCUMENTATION I juREro" tq 1.P aaGE F[.1A/BF-78/121 ~ !PQ 283 ~' 983 1 ~"`"' Rw«e o`.a " ~ t Fl Scientifi~ Literatu e Review of Aryl Subs ituted ~ 1978 pn~ty~cohols, tdldehydes and Relatedy s~et, in F~.av ~~. ++Arv a es o I + ~' PDDL t Data, Bibliography a h~ta^^«,~ o.g•^u,tlo" k tvwent*~s ow."u~ N,m. ~a . ' Flavor and Extract ~anu actuers' Association of the United Stat FEHA 900 17th St. NW Washington, D.C. 20006 lL iOoasNMq Organh.tien N.m..M Address FDA 200 C St. SW Washington, D.C. 20204 16. supWsnNntmry Netu Hrs/oet/Tosk/Work UnN 11. t:oMwct(C) oi G..nKG) c0 223-74-2224 (c) li. Tppo of Roport 6 hri final report 142D_tn 1978 14. o;zno~0 2 4 4 9 1
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Y FOOD•--FLAVORANTS/1~M"~ 4~ TOXICOLOCY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ ~ Recipient's Accessiun \o. 77/ ~,~~- ~77/~ • 'fP SHEET B10410GRAPHIC DATA 1. Repon Ne. b 3. 983 -F 1 1977 PDDL 16. Absttaets The . Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientificlit::rature • from 1920 to 1977 related to the safety of amino acids in flavor usage. Chemical of these compounds are j ~ ;~nf~loa©onrtbi~og~al~lat4 :~d i~octtet,ical aspects 58 references ntainin ; i ~ . ~aKe s~mary co g ven . in a _ 13 d. u e sns auo:u e Repat ate Sc•Ac Ftavvr Usa Scientific Literature Reivew of ino 1dS in Ec Februarv1977 . r 6. 7. Authot(s) . • tormieR (k6anisstioa Rcpt. l 8. • Na f 9. Pettotminj <A;ant:ation Naam aad Addtess 10. Ptoject/Task/~i•otk l::~it \~. ~ Flavor and Exttact Manufacturers' Association { of the United States 11. Coouact/Graot No. + 900 17th Street, NW 4/ashin4ton, DC 20006 223-74-2::24 A A Spoasorin; Ur6anisation Naroe aod Addtess • 13. Type of Report & Petiod ~ U.S. Fcod and Drug Admini:itration •. ~O""d i 200 "C" Street, S.u. „ Final - 1h20-1977 Washington, DC 20204 t,. i IS. Syppkmeataty hotes . . ,.. . . . - • •_ • • . ~ t7' 1'7
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50329 8007 %0' Washington, DC 2 C' Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States, "6~'~' «°~•°°'" "~ DDL • 1 eo 223-74-2224 r LAr'ORANTsi~.+M0//TOXICOLOGY--ACUPE TOXICITIES/ " I-. _PAGE • ( FDA/BF-79/46 PB 29:L1, '.. -_.w ~~ I ~ ~ ° ~ientific literat}~re Review ofvBenzyl A{coho{, i97s h de,~Be JBenzalde y 983 nzoic Acid and Related Substances in ~~ FI Flavor Usage. Volume I. Introduction and Summary +1978 Tables of Data, Bibliography ~. ^*j#cV*•'•'w«"'~ "" It. LoMNMMt ORsn.ushw NasM a" Ard."s . TnA 200 C St. SV, Was6ington, D.C. 20204 + A71 . t~` . . G . ~~ ar~na cuva :ao ..«w • . A:'I1`.:. . : a•--•.i• N'•4- .o.•.*: to LL TZ p. M R.,wt a h.,.d C.wr final report 1220-1979
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FJ.AYqURM-TQQI%/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ PB 2919..~ 3a hYj.CVT.f.IweA und PII. lL Cantrset(C) .r Gnet(Gl 1uft A 223-74-2224 aa • li Ty" .f R.po.t & Lr.oo fi l ~ . . MOBF :79/L7' EE . T" aw/ IrtitMN 1*, R.Os.t 084- •J• ~ XX MeC _79 Scientific Literature Review of &-lu"ranones and Related Dec. 1978 ' S.P. S • --' Substances in Flavor Usage. Volume I. Introduction and 1'taAM~n.n~ o.t.ni:.n n Aett+~ Summary, Tables of Data, Bibliography L .Wf.ww1ft o.=.N,.ti" N.w,. .w..«n,. .Flavor and Extract Manufacturer's Association of the . United States, Washington, DC Washington, D.C. 20006 • • WOef NM • REPORT oaCuMEnTAnorr : L PAGE !s fOMMftiftf Oe=.mfatl.w Narw. .wd /4M.ss }'p~ • " " 192~-1978 ' 200 C St. SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 , , ~ na reoort 2-Methyltetrahydrofuran-3-one/4-i{ydroxy-2,5-dimethyl-3(21t)-furlnone/ 3-lieptyldihydro-5-methyl-2(3ll)-furknone/2-Itexy1-4-acetoxytetrahydrofuran>! ~- • a-4- A
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50329 7999 ALIPHqTI HYpROCARBONS/ FLAVORANTS--FOO~TOXZCOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ TP 983 Scientific Literature Review of Aliphatic Hydrocarbons in Fl Flavor osage:Vo1. 1. Introduction & Sumnary; Tables of 1975 .0%ughou4i BiblivqFaphy 41 9. Perlorsriaa OtRasisuiow Name sod Addtess 1. Keeipient's Aecesaion No. S. Pet(ottains Orsan:sation Rep No. 10. Project/Task/ICork Uni• No Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States 11. Coa:sct/Gtast No. 900 17th Street,NH Washinitton. OC 20006 • 0 223-74-2224 12 Sponsatina OrsmAatioo Naae and Addtess U.S. Food and'Drus Administratioa 200 "C" Street. SW tiashingwa. DC 20204 M Type of Report ! Period Coveted Finai - 1920 to 1975 l~. R~istraea . The Scientific Literature Revev summarises the available scientific literature 0 19~Q t 19 r at to t sa ty of aliphatic hydrocarbons in flavor usage. ~eflcal/in~io~ b~loJt•tt d. and biochemical aspects of these compounds ~ are given in a 216 page summary containing 491 references.
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50329 8008 . . . •_ ti:.._: FOOD--FLAVORAtr'TS/Pfr1~ TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ 983 F1 ~ AtitA,~c(s~ 197h.._ TP Simple Derivatives in Flavor Usage -' ~ s and Scientific Literature Reviev of•Diketones, Nydroxlik`tone ~ PDDL ; of the United States • . 1 • a ettotClroj vrjantzatton +.ane aoa naattaa . . Flavor and Extract Hanufacturers' Assocation 900 17th Street, t:41 Xashiair,ta1, iLe_.2L10a6 t. Sponsortn; (kiaaization aame aod Addteas U.S. Food and Drug Ad'ministration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 i1S. Suppiceentaty Nxes 16. Aestneta S. Kepurt Uate October._2976 6. 8. F'cr(otming Orranizarirn Krpc N o. 10. Projcct/Task/Work UnN No. i 11. Cootract/Grant No. 223-74-2224 13. 7ype of Keport dt Period Covercd Final - 1920 to 1976 14. The Scinetific Liter.lture Review summarizes the available scientific literature form 1920 to 1976 relatcd,to the.gifety,pE diketones, hydroxyketones & simple ~dCrAva jAVc~ -in la~~ r••~ ~ ~ct~a ~information, biolol;ical-data, and biochemical Ylasji6cts,of~lhe~.cb~lfpoAllds're ivt.n 17f a 129 page summary containing 400 references. _•_ _ . .___t.-------- ~ ~ _ y-----• . ~ - BF-77L63_ - _# _ ,
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50329 7965 FL,%V4RANTS--SENSQRY EVALUATh,y/ :~ I~LAVUttArlTd--ts+w :.1::.7:LS:OG~.L1':IY 79 I II Ba . y L,baan,, Uatem F«nb.169, y-16 (1979f Niedermolekulare Inhaltsstoffe von Raucharoma-Praparaten Werner Baltes und ingeborg Sachtig 'r'Vlw ' Iowtitnt ftir LetKnsmittdchemie der T nixhen Uaivasitit Batio, MiiknBraiawStr.1Q, D-1000 Balin 12 Low Molecular Ingredients o moke Flavottr. . 01 Preparations Summary. The composition of 12 smoke Qavour prep- arations from different manufacturers was analysed by gaschromatography. on glass capillary columns. 70 compounds were identified by mass spectrometry and the most important representatives of the phenolic frac'tion were determined quantitatively. Sensory qual- ities of some characteristic compounds are described. , Znsammenfassung. 12 - Raucharoma-Prdparate ver- schiedcner Herstellcr wurden mit Hilfe der Glascapil- largaschromatographie auf die Zusammensetzung ih- rer flilchtige~nhytss~qffe' tep~uclb D~ 4 4 70 Kompon te,~urMi K~dpplW+g ttad die- ----- 17. f. den heute vorwiegend in osteuropaischen Lgndcrn und den USA zum Aromatisieren u.a. von Wurstwaren angewandt. Da die toxikologische Gesamtsituation noch nicht geklgrt ist, hat die BRD bisher nicht nach- gezogen. Ausnahmcn bilden lediglich Rauchersalu und -dextrosen und auch Rituchcrschinkenaroma, die vom Gesetzgeber als geraucherte Lebensmittel be- trachtet und nicht als Rauchkondensate (RAK) aufge- faBt werden. Da aufgrund der lebensmittelrechtlichen Bestim- mungen die Anwendung von RAK's im Lebensmittel analytisch nachweisbar und eine sichere Unterschei- dung zur konventionellen Raucherung mdglich sein ' ~Q beschaftigen wir uns seit geraumer Zeit mit der ~'Mersuchung soicher Produkte [1]. Wie wir hierbei _~ _ kststellten,enthaltgn RAUeine Anzahl verschiedener
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XX MeC.-79 FOOD--FLAVORANTS/nal S.F. + TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ jtr.a~T pOCUMENTATION I 1r,,,REPORT NO. PAGE iiil FOA/BF-78/122 ~, ,x ^e„'~, "eKa . Scientific Literature and related compounds ,~ ~...,~,.....~~.~.,.~ Review of V'Eienoxy-acetic acid in flavor nisage 9. h rterw'I^ r tiG ~( try t" 0 •._ ./ l~..v'7~"' ~ ' . 900 17th St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 tL SOO^"^R Orr.p r.tioA N.m..M AAAr.ss 1210t0g C St. S.W. Washington, D.C. 20204 pr levyw,tonFtiVgi0 Aef1FeVqesO a June 1978 0. hRarMr~ orR.Mz.llew R.o{, N~. l0. Laket/T.sk/W..li Unlt Nw lf. CeMr.cqC) .r Gnnt(0) N.. a 223-74-224 ~ M TrR..f R.peA a hriad Cev.rN final report 1920-1978 This monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained in-the monograph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds-designated in the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural occurrence in foods, and compositional specifications. This is a 49
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50329 7998 . i FOOD--FLAVORAtrTSfFf+1~" 0X1C0)LOGY--ACUTL•' TOXICITIES/ BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA 1. ~tepoi( No. ` a Accesslow ..... SMEET FDA/BF-77/62 ." s a J ale 3. epott , ats Scientific Lit ature Revw of Aliphatic Di- and December, 1976 •• Tricarboxylictilacids and klsters in Flavor Usage 4• Z " 7. AutMae(s) 9. Per(otauaj Otgasitation Name and Address Flavor and Extr3ct Manufacturers' Association of the United States 900 17th Stree-t, NW Washington, DC 20006 Ib Spoesorins Oraanization Na.r.e and Addtess U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW 0 11. Perfotmins Qeanization Rept. No. • 10. Ptoject/Task/Vorlc Unit No. 11. Cosuaet/Grant No. 223-74-2224 13. Trpe of Repat & 1+eriod Co.eted Fi.:al - 1920 to 1976 Washington, DC 20204 ls, 'The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific literature from 1920•to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic di- and tricarboxylic acids and esters in flavor usage. Chemical information, biological data, and biocheleical " aspects of these compounds are given in a 173 page summary containing 497 reference• 0~n 0•n 0 x- 4 4'7,- 3.. .
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---- irLAVO _ _ 3~lE1C'tf~. _ , LrS~i- PROgANOC;9=~Ei~L- k~K~ ~ p UMEt~TATJON ~zREroRr No. ~, ,~ r~ r PAGE FDA/23F-78/119 ~U Tp 1 983 1978 .iterature Review of 3-Phenyl-l-propanol Fl Scientific Y--~7R - e sOa1u4 t R.vOe oat. ~ ~ ~ and Related Substances in Flavor Usage• Vol. 1. . ~ .6-~ , ~'s' , ~ PDDL •,hAermini Orssnis.tbn N.nN .n0 AddrNs Flavor and 8xtract Manufacturers' Association of the United State FR'fA 900 17th St. N4I Washington, DC 20006 1L soons.Hn; Ort•nfs.tbn N.m..n0 AdOnsa FDA 200 C St. S.W. Washington, D.C. 20204 If. t~rpp.mwM.ry Not.1 . 0 :~ 0 6 n 0 2. 4 4 9/ fL hrfomwins orpMialon Naptt ft: ~ 10. Prot«t/T..knw.r. unu N.. 11. Contr.q(C) or Gr.nt(ry !N. ~ 223-74-2224 li. 1rt» of R.oort Z r.r" cov.r.c final report 1920-1978 14. F 50329 8016
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FEMA ( Fl avor & Extract - Manufacturers Assoc. of the U. S. ) 900 17th Street Washington, D.C. 20006 i. R.j~.~.r+ S. Rooset o.to March 1979 6 hefonRinR On.nis.tion P 10. Ptoj.ct/Y.sk/WoAC unit t 1L Cont.+ctfC1 er G..oUG1 t. tA 223-74-2224 ca 17. Type of R.ta" s Mriod r FDA . Final report 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 ' 1920- 7l9 8. . • . u Ttiis monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature frc 1920 ta date. UnpubL'shed data from private industry files are also contained in the graph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds Oesig the title. Tncluded in this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and ne. .;2 Q¢Cloe(1ep ijqfoQVs.*d,4oVmjjinhA1 cnAnif-snntinno TM:. te .. Ico ----R.- FOOD--FLAVORANTS /!?.AYOLANT$•--gOpIX so»7•io1 REPORT OOCUMENTATlON PAGE _ 5032q 8013 TOXICOId)Gy--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ 1^NE/•ORT NO. FOA/13F-79/100 4. Tkl..nd SuOtitto Scientific Literatqrh.ReLriew of Miscellaneous itrogen Compounds In Flavor Usage •''01. • b X&o ~ !. P.rfannlnR Orpniz.uon N.me and Addrsss _
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50329 8026 :j/11FI0N, Lawerence Wendell, 19a1- CiiARRC?ERI?.l TIOtI OF SOME ~WYOR BRINCIPLES oF TABAsco "PPrRS. North Carolina Stati t/niveraity at Raleigh, Pb.D., 1970 Chemistry, Diological ofilms A XFF` Micbigan it Micrfb(Company Ann lisbor i U ver y ~ . . . s n 0 2 n n ~ Q 24 5 0 1
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...~..w+~.-..- FIJIVORA*TS--MO/MEAT/P(mTTRY/FISH/BAKERY PRODUCTS/BEftRAGES/ FODD--FLAVORANTS/, ESSEHCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ TP 958 He 1978 2 C. PDDL 1 C. ~.-~..._.. Z. 50329 8028 FLAVOR TECHNOLOGY: PROFILES; PRODUCTS, APPLICATIONS Henry B. Heath, M.B.E., B. Pharm. (London). Bush Boake Allen, Ltd., A Division of Albright & Wilson, Ltd., London, England AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY, INC., Westport, Connecticut .- . 0 2 n A A-0 2 4 S 03 ( " "I V • F"
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50329 8018 FLAVORANTS=-FatD?'FOOD--FLAVORANTS /T(1XICOLCCY--ACUTE Tn°ICITIFS/ 4 rsInL1OGRAPHIL DATA 11. Kepon +b , % '3. Reeil•ieat's Access.oo No. SNEET I rtxV tu-ii/ J7 I ~I C ' Sc ent iropyleno Clycol lycerol c PI., r il i Literature Revtcw of l and related Substances in Flavor Usage 7. Autbot(s) 9. Petformina Ordanituion Name and Addtess Flavor and Extract Ffanufacturers' Association of the United States 900 17th Street, Nu Washington, DC 20006 200 "C" Street, SW .. Final - 1920.to 1977 Washington, DC 20204 The Scientific Literature Review sumrnarizes the available scientific literature frocr 19:0 to 1977 related to. the safety of propylene glycol, glycerol and rclated substances in flavor usage. Chemical infarmation, biological data, and biochemical aspects"of ehese c3apounds are given in a 217 page sumroary containing 836 references. , R . . linistration t Coveted Food and Dru Adr U S 12. Sponsotina 6ra.ni:ation name and Addtess 13. Type of Repott S Period - 6. •. Per/otauna OaAaniestiow kept. No. 10. Ytojeet/Tasl•/u'otl• Joit No. 11. COAU&CI/Gt%M No. t3-74-2224 07.--n 0 n 02.- 4 4 93
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50329 8019 ~ -- 983 F1' ~ 19'79 ,'PDDL ~ 1 ~ FLAVORAfi""F00D/F00D--FLAV0RAAITS/' !o?7Z-tot REPORT DOCUMENTATION PAGE !r„REPORT NO. FWBF-79/93 TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ 4. Tltle aM guMltN Scientific Literature.Review ofe yridine and Related Substances in Flavor ~ ~ .,~ Usage • 1Vsf. t . ~~ro-dA. 5M,,;,,r,._e+` I L0_ _ _G_ r k hAeemind OrpM:.tisw N.m..nd Addnss FEMA (Flavor & Extract.Manufacturers Assoc. of the U.S.). 900 17th Street Washington, D.C. 20006 PB 2960: ~ ~anuary1979 & htfNSRttes Ors.nu.tlwt Re . 10. Prow/Tsk/Weets Unit N I1. COntt+set(C! N Gnnt(GI Nc tq 223-74-2224 fL spenaerMa Org.ekatlen N,t+e sed Addrss U. Tpo..1 R.oott a hried C. FDA 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 Final report 1920-1978 u This monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished da-ta from private industi!y filcs are also contained in the mono- graph. These data cover the snpeifir• t+.Y+ter` ..r~..•...........~,.. -_.~..~ _ . . o;2onno2.4494
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0 LAVORAh-TS=-FOO~ // TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXtCITITS/ F _ - QEpOKT JJCUMENTA710N IL.j+.s=pNT AL PACE FT:,/BF-78/114 XX MeCS-i~cientifi ccientific Literature Rev;ew o iperonai and Re;ated ~°"g„ s•P• 1 C- Su4stances in Flavor Usage. Volume I. Introduction Pkq' and Summary, Tables of Data. n:+d Biblioaraohv /., . 900 17th Street piperOAal Washington,-D.G I ,,a„«04 oM.,A.,~, «,.,~.Z,.4- (3,4-Methy,~enedioxy- Flavor and Extract Manufla~drers' Association of the United State t=-=~" 1/Piperonyl acetate washinoton Q C , . . ~ rrM ! FDA phenyl)-2- utanone 200 C St. sW, fPiperine Fwft1w»v oM-{T.«M R.K. N.. iL arawlea « Ge.Mew N.. 0 223-74-224 ~f . tL fV" «X.oat a P..iN C.r..N final report 1920-1979 u 0 - -- ------ - _ . - ---- __. . This monograph contains a collection oI data from the publiahed -- literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained ia the monograph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds designated in the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and setabolism, usage and natural occurrence in fc„ss, and compositional specifications. This is a 67 page review containing 8= references. 0 Q 0 02 44`91 1 , ~....:~
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now" 50329 8030 DISSERTATIONS, PLAMOEAH?S-- .TP 958 . gu- 1977 . PDDL AbM UNIVEEHITY/PEPPERS/ . ,r~.,~ r f.....r . ~... r w..r.~ ~. . ..~~~~.~~ ~......~. r r. M1ff11AN, Yelma Lynn, 1946- VOLATILE CONPO.'iEHTS AND PUfIGENCY IN FRESH XID PROCESSED JALAPEhO PEPPERS (CAPSIGIAI A4•'iUUM). Texas AiM University, Ph.o., 1977 iood TecAnology uniyersity MicroiBms Intemational, Amwee..m&-iw•.+a -A
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set» •tpt OD--FLAVORANTSIPUttOttAtl*"/TogICOL = --AC E TOMTCTTTES " ' 'o ENTATION i"Ep~* t REPORT M L ~v~ t .. " ~( Z . .~ . 3- t FL1A~8F-~9I~ PAGE ~ ~ ~ .... {1J {1J ` 4. TkN .M sdbt/tls Maltql and Derivatives in Flavor Usage Scientific Literature Review of~ 1 i tt .p o.t.po.t oste Januar 1979 , . . , R ~. ~wu+..ca t'~.e/oen~t~~ os•M:.Na~ aevt. ~ i, . Pwt.wwlns O.taasNNn N.wt..nd AAde.ss FEMA (Flavor & Extract* Manufacturers Assoc. of the U.S.) !i0. Proiset/Tar/wo.~e UMt N.. 900 17th Street iL cont~ncp or Grant(G) N.. Washington, D.C. 20006 ~ 223-74-2224 ts sOon.oe+n~ o.=.~+s,ewe N.n~..ns Aawss Typs of tt.poet 4 P.noa Cown FDA Final report • ~~ 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 • ' 1920-1978 /i This monograph containqa coalection of data from the published literature from 1920 to date. Unpublished data from private industry files are also contained in the mono- ~ graph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds dasii,*na~ed in ` the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and metabolism, usage and natural ~~y'~occ f~ ds and co pos tio al s fications. 't'his Is a 66 page review containing ~/I~~II/ • F A ~ ~ .
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50329 7995 ~ r 0 gU"UNrS--1C10lA/TOXIC0L0CY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ • "' OOCWME(YTAt10N ' ~ i RErORf 79/45 • ,AOE Ft1A/BW- - .-_--I- PB 291105 . ` TP Scientific Literature Review ofY . tophenones and 9F1 Ref ated Substances in Flavor sage.- Volume I 1978. introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, ~2C. . . .. . PDDL .+wt«vr...M..% ume «.. 1 a• Ff avor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States, COft~(C.. G..M(GI N.. ! Washington, DC 223-74-2224 _..., r.v. •vVNY ~ 1L iJM"w" 4880"adYw NO.M." MN" :dethylbenzyl ~lcohcl/ct..Methy~}henzyl fQrnlate/ u~ ;l1ethylbenxyl ac,4tate~ =:4ethqlbenzyl propionate/c~i.:~ethylbbnzyl .butyrate.% -iKethvlt)anzwl isrobutvrat _ , _,. I ~ ---- _ SO y-~_ hy ac op ~e~nj~o~ pyla,c/~etophe z~pne/~•~.'~I meth/ylbe_n'zvl, alcdtu~lj. { ° /'44z e .t
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50329 TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/Fl.AYt1RAM•-1aM/ R2N2a,'c&i d~e fetst-M ~fPORT DOCUMENTATION i s_"cro"r "o• s . PAGE FUA/BF-78/135 ~ivzy /lL/coi'ct tD r. ~ 6 TW ... stiM«a Yolume I. Introduction and Summary, Tables OT July 1978 ~•Benzaldehydes and Related Compounds in Flavor Usage • ~ Sci6tific Literature Review of Substituted ~ Data, and Biblioaraohv '0` """V'T"`""""'"t "' Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the I,. C.M..c«a .. w..t(G) ftft United States, Vfashington, D.C. (Q t 223-74-2224 Washington, DC 20006 • IM 1L SM•swini O•L•MSatIM IUwN SM A1rr.d • FDA • 200 C St. SW, . ~ •Washington, DC 20204. lf. iWNNawwbry li. T,rO..f R.oo.t b P.rled Final Report 1920 -1978 u ` t 19 J". - '1b`is~~monograph conta ns a collection of data from the pubiished literature from t92n tn. r~ 0w~e fl~*..~Q.. .2. '7 - `.7 9 8 . . i [7 . i !t. Altbst nUait~ 100 wNq . / •
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50329 8003 0 F00D--FLAVORANTSi1i1YtiU*IW-VW/PASSION FRVIT/OIIZ'l1uvIT ACIDS/ I 1 ,_... TP ~~ienti~ic. Li~ erature Review of Aliphatic Primary 983 Akohots, ;+4ldehydes, 4sters and Acids in Flavor Usage Fi 1979 Fourth Supplement. Introduction and Summary, Tables o Data, and Copies of Articles. Bibliography and PDDL Copies of Articles , ~.. . «........r.wr...+ ww w ~.aw. ! FBMA havor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States, luLi.± la .«.»Ofts a.we.n~ FDA 200 C street, sw, Washington, D.C. 20204 H PB 296013_~ :~a» March 1979 '' e. r..l«ok s on.w.uw anL w W h."cvi.ww«. 1144 N. ,t. C..l,.eNp Gram"" ", aa 223-74-2224 so tLT".dR.wea..Awe«.... Final report 1920-1978 This monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature from 1940 to date. Unpublished data from private rndust'ry files are also cantairx;d in the mono- graph. These data cover thg specific group of structurally related compounds designated in the title. Included In this review are data cn toxicity. and metabolism, usage and natural oocurrence In foods, and compasitiahal specifications. 7bis is a SO page review containing references. . 020d0 o2447 0. Washington, Dt i
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_-T L 50329 8020 soi7T-to, -- -- 0 =-ACUTE TAXICITIES/ FtEPORT DOCUMENTATION 3_pEPORT NO. ~ r PB 296007 PAGE FLIA/BF-79/92 TP 4. Tlt1. •nd SubtitN ---••~"~• - f. R.ooet at. 98 Scientific 4iterature Review of yrrole and Related Substances in Flavor Januar 1979 F1 Usage. VOL. L. Introduction'& Sunnaary, Tables,of Data, Bibliogr y 19 D 7. Awcho.ts) & /uAon"i"s Oega"1=.tlo" Rsot• N ftd W&facturers Association of the U. S. 10. hei•et/T.sr/w..a U"ie Ne. FEMA • 900 17th Street Il. C.etese!(C) .. G.."tcG1 Nw Washinoton, D.C. 20006 pa 223-74-2224 0 n ;onse.ing OW"iustl•n Nam. s"0 Addnss I& Ty" ef RepoA & h.iod CGVe.. ~'z-0 FDA Final report i? 3 200 C Strect, S1Y, Washington, D.C. 20204 • 1920-1978 t ~3 / 1' h d li f b t h ' ~3 1920 to date. bnaublished da.ta from pr7vatc industry files are also contained in the mono= ~graph. These data cover the specific group of structurally related compounds designated in ~.,~;t~ the title. Included in this revicw are data on toxicity and metabolism, ti~ige and natural s,,,,,,,,«,occurrencc in foods, and compositional specifications. This is a 159 page review containing ~.. 390 rq*rOcef) . n 0 it , 4 4 9 9 ~ e e pu ~s era ure rom data from t y This monograph contains a collection o1
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XX DieCs S.P. F_ "'&747vMTOXICOLUGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ ' seM•1er REPORT DOGEMEN7AJION i.k."g~~ff-79'5J ~ ..tw....i,.b,le .,.,, ... yAcientific literature Review of alkyiates and VSalicylaldehyde in Flavor Usage. Volume I L .~ Introduction and Summary, Tables of Data, 8ibliograph R~~~~ !L hRwnlw41 O.gaut.Nw N.w» .wd AN.s. , . ie. IAf~W/T.N/Mb.t I/Mt !N. Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the : it United States, Washington, DC MasfllAsCOA, L.b. &vvvV . . P~- r FDA . • • • •• 200 C St. SN, Washington, D.C. 20204 ii swoM..•Mn1r M.es ~., asd..a ntwwr :oo ..ma . . PB 291115 ~ ! aa..«A oo. ~ ~ Oct. 1978 0 i~. c«w.sura « c.,.uc, N.. • 1D 223-74-2224 1J.TY..MftMwi11.a.dC.w.N , final report 1920-1 ]8 • x •' ~u-& LO 4/jw- . :. • • •. . • • o~ n a t~ 0 2 4 4 9) r , I
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.._ d4"~a,1~'-~ Zcn~a. , 7I" 3/ d Jv JCEDiSON, Bobby P.ay, 1941- ~ /f,~~ CttARACTERIZATION OF i00ASTED~ANtIr ' • OiclaAoaia State Uoiversity, Ph.D., 1990 Food Techaology ~ I Unteersity Microtihas. A 7(EROa(Company. . Ann Arbor. Michigan _n o- 2 4 5 0 . 7 . ~ .. ~._._-._ ._ 503 , 29 8032 i
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50329 •8035 0 , 1 i4.AJ-/I1'w/~ -I`IMi~a~._ A i ~ , i Tool Technology K/ST, Y.orris Clen, 1940- 1NFLUL!lCF. OF T}:E GP.CaTH oF +e;YCF30PHILIC }~1CKOOf.GA:71SuS 0:i THE FLAt'0:t E!7D SEI~CTFD '~tiEHICLL CCnYONEli1S or CHICK:'t( !'.EfT. Qti . The Ohio Ltate University, Ph.D., 1971 University Microtilms. A Y,El;m(Conpsny, Rnn Arbai. Michigan `J~ !-..~.. . . .. _---....._ __ ---... _........... ~ ~ 9 a ~~o ~
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503 29 80 2 5 ALCOHOLS TERTIARY/FLAVONANTSr-FaO~/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/TOXICITIES--ACUTE/ ESSEN~ES & ES~E#4A: 4It5f.............s.~... sI8L/OGRArHIC DATA 1• KeMs M0• SHEET L PB-265 513 ' ~7] nean 3K TP Seientific Literature Keviev of Tertiary Alcohols and 983 Related Esters in Clavor tlsage•Vol. 1. Introduction & FI ytllnntary,: , Tabl es sf Oatn; Bib~l io9~ phy• 1975 "'o"" - 9. IletlaAiAR Orjae+itatioo •.aese s:04 /1edt:ss Flavor and Extract llanufacturers• Association of the United States 900 17th Street, Ma . Washington, DC 20006 I2 Sponsorins Ortaeiisaeios Idaee saJ AJdress U.S. Food and Drug /Wsinistration 200 "C" Street, SUI . 3. Recipieat's Aecessiee t. ~Ttepwe U.ee Deocesber, 1975 •. i'sr(oreind OtEanisation F-; - Yo. ia. t'.oject/Task/Wotk Unit - - :1. Coausct/C..am No. 223-74-2'!24 13. Typr o! Report ec PP raw Co. ered Final - 1920 io 1' Idashingt..n, DC 20204 1;, The Scientific laiterature Review suanA.Trizes the available scientific 1iteratut: from 1920 to 197S-related to tte safety oi tertiary alco!tols and related est.:rs in flavor usage. Chemical infor.ation, biologi.:al data, 1nd,biochemical aspects of these compounds are given in a 109 ;)age suawarq'containing 297 references. 0~ ~ A Q 02 4 9 Q 0
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50329 8034 . 0 FLAV0RA9lTS-RESF.ARCB/ PLAVOLANtS--V(N*rtAVnRAk:TS •--Lttt -'I STRv / Proceeding4 of'the secund Weucdan Mavour Research Symposium held at the University of EAst Mgiia, Norwich Apri~~~ ~ IN PRO~ r 370 La 1978 FLAVG~J~ RESEA~~~ wo~ ~ , Bdited by Distributed Exclusively By ~ D. G. LAND . . , 1627 Spruce Streot Food Research lnstitute, Norwich, U.K. Philadelphia PA USA'I9103 H. E. NURSTEN : I INTERNATIONAL IDEAS INC food Scierue. Unir•ersity of Reading. U.K. peparr,rent of TD APPLIED SCIENCE PUt3LISHERS L ~ ! LONDON i 02000-0245,09
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50329 8029 0 r ---....~ ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/FLAVORXNTS--F00[!/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--FORMATION/HERBS/SPICES/GRAS/ FLAVORANTS--FORMULATION/FLAVORANTS--MANUFACTURING AND TRADE/ i TP of Flav0rs 9He Source Book' ~ ~ ~ 1981 ~ }~ Z.Ce NF.\R1' K 11F:AT11. M.B.E..B.Ph.rm.M.F.C..F.P.S»F.I.F.S.T. { 1 ~ .r Bu-h WuYr illrn. A IN.•iaon M .41brighi & 11'ilrm. L1d. l.m&m. EnRl.md THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY. INC: • V~estporc.Cuan.etiivt.l'r.A. ! - ; 0 2 n A____n 02 4 5 0 4 - r_._...~- •~....._.~ ~-- . .
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- ' 50329 8024 . ., •t ._._.,... _ _..__ . _,.... - -- - --- --- - ~~- . TOXICOLOCY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/FLAYqs/1 :~:- . FOOD--FLAVORANTS/ 4.'Ciile an~S-ubiicle ' Scientific Literature Review of Substitutc~dYPyrazines in ~ uctot>'er, 197q Flavor Usage , VOL. 1,Introduction and Sur.imary Tables of Data; Biblio~raphy 7. Auihur(s) t 9. Pcrforming Organization Name and Address Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States 900 17th Street, NW Washington, DC 20006 12 Sponsoring Organization Name and Address I U.So Dept liealth, Educ. & k'elfare, Food avv %. olLCCt., Jw 4 . & Drug Administration . 8- 1'er(orminR (hRnnizai No. 10. Project/Task/Work I 1. Contracc/Gcaru No. 223-74-2224 13. Type of Report & Pe Co.eced Final - 1920 to Washington, DC 20204 The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific litera from 1920.t q 1976 related to.the safety of substituted pyrazines in flavor u~ Chemcial information, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these compoi are given in a 187 page summary containing 130 references. , ' 1 0 2 0 n n n 2 4 4 9 9
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` lKfOO=-!'[a[VORAN'[S -- XICOLOGIf--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ EWgpOL/ . .BENZBNE, 3,4-DI!rIE_THOXY-I-VINY1: / _ ~ gEppRT DOCtIMENTATION ~;- ~PAGE FDA/BF-78/116 11 1 [!. ~'I~ ~ V / , U 7 C~Av Tp I sretta. s ev e~ 83 ifi Li R i f t t i era ure o ent c 9 ~ Sc Fl• F.ugenol_ and, Related„Substances in,7lavnor Usage~ v~. -1978 L l,PDDL „ ~ orLt~nli.tt.o N.mN t~w0 AdOna ~arvor 6 Extract Manufacturers FOM 900 17th St. N.W. Washington, D.C. 20006 Association of the United• 10. Iro/KtJT&.k/We.k Unit Na States ' ii. Coaft•ctcq e. c.,nt(o) Ne. {{{/~ 223-74-2224 Eugenol, three ouits esters, and ~ IL =04GOOF"s 04`"tsofta sew `4d Add"` of ita estera and both its methrlea d Tra ~ R•oo.e s v..wa co,~..w FDA ethyl ethers;~and 3,4-dimethoxy-l-' final report 200 C St. W.W, vinylbenzene, a substance of similar p, Washington, D.C. 20204 'chemical structure. -- - : This monograph contains a collection of data from the published scientific literature from 1920 to'date. Unpublished data from • private industry files are also contained in the monograph. These data cover the•.specific'group of structurally related compounds - - . ._- _ _ . _ . .. , . o 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 4 8 4
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50329 8042 ) TP Ro 1FT.AQORAtfLS'--FObD/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/ . .969 • . . . . , . . . . _. :......,.,__... . . The Booko SPICES .- .. "' BY FREDERIC ROSENGARTEN, Jr. ~ - --- - : . . 1969 wynncwood, PcnnyIvnnia LI_VJNGSTON PUBLISHING COMPANY _.. .~. . 02 n4RO2 450 1 7 '
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~ _...._.....- ~,~ ~..~ $otn •tot ~ . . --~=-=FIAVORA1VTSffl~1iF~-- . , .-=-ACUTE TAXIC TU?S REPORT OOCUr`IENTATION !•_REPOR>' NO. s s.F~yraO,rt~n ~ PAGE 'FI~/BF-79J9 '~'` ~ l]8 T 9~ S 14 ., Tltl..nd suetitt. -- ( ~ R.prR Ost. E' Scientific Literature Review of Salts,qf arboxyllc Acids in Flavor Usage January 1979 I 3 VOL. I. INTRODUCTION & SUMARY f TABLES nF DATA, 3ItfLIOCRlPHY Autbor(s) 1 1 P Ine OrY,nti,tlen N.nr .nd Addnss FEMA(Flavor & Extract.jManllfacturers A$soc. of the U.S. • 900 17th Street 9 Washington, D.C. 20006 1Z Spomoring Organization NsnH and Addeess .3/;Z' FDA 200 C Street, SW, Washington, D.C. 20204 46 . f L hAertwiwR WdaNsaton Re9t, Na l0. hqallT.sk/Mh.k Ueit N.. u. c.ntract(c) or Gr.nt(c) Ne, a 223-74-2224- M li T,roo a! Retiort i Peried Covered Final report 1920-1978 i ;7 1 1/ This inonograph contains a collection of data from the published literature frc ;sL swviymnury "• 1920 to date. Unpublished d$ta from private industry files are also contained in thc fL'graph. These data cover the.specific group of str«cturaAy.relatcd compnunos-desii,' the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and'metabo2ism, usage and nF occurrence in foods, and compositianal specifications. This is a 58 page review cor Is, a n,n~c ~o0 116 references. L''` ~/Q~l(I n ~ 0Z449 6 •• ~ 0 50329 8021
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50329 8002 Flavor Usage 0 ._.~...,••_...-- ;. --~er-~--- ;r--- --r' --...-. . = >; ._ • . . ,: , ~~~~-; ~ FOJD--FLAVORANTS/FLA~~~/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOY.ICITIES/ 983 81BLIOGRAPMIC OATA 1. Reputt No. Z L Kscipient's Accession No. Fi snEET F'11A/BF-77/61 . 19761 4. ttea Wue e ort ate PDDL • ' ~ecember, 1976 • Scientific Literature Review of Aliphatic actones in s. --- 7. AotAot(s) .i !. :'er(orniss Otaasiajiott Naau sod Addtess . Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association f- of the United States 900 17th Street,,NW Washington, DC 20006 , 0 IZ Spopsotiog; !k6aai:atioa Name and Addtess U.S. Food and Drug Adm!nistration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 i 1 +• L Per(ormin` Or6anizati.n Kcpc. No. 10. Ptsject/Task/11'otk Unit No. I1. Cosuact/Graot No. 223-74-2224 1& Type of Report Ir Period Covered Final - 1920 to 1976 14. ' The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific literaturc from 1920 to 1976 related to the safety of aliphatic lactones in flavor usage. Cheoical dnfotmetien, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these compoun,:; are given in a 169 page summ.ary containing 243 references. 0 1 2 n0c~0x4477 0
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50329 8038 . FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FRUIT/CITRUS FLAVORS/VEGETABLES--ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ DAIRY PRODUCTS--FLAVORS/BREAD--FLAVORS/MEAT--FLAVOR.S/COFFEE/COCOA/TEA/ POPCORN/NUTS/ONION FLAVOR/GARLIC/I+tAVORAttft--FOWFLAVORANTS--CHENISTRY/ SAUCES/SOY SAUCE/VBACCO FLAVORED CbANDY/CREb'ING GUM/SWEETENERS/PATENTS 699-1-) 32 +p FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEW N0. . TPFOOD /~ F, _.Q,VO R I N G ° 370 19;6 PROCESSES PDDL Nicholas 0. Pintauro NOYEE DATA CORPORATION Parh Ridp., N.w densy London, England • ' 1976 I .+ 02, 0 itt02 4 S 1 3
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50329 8047 370 Wi . 1977 pPDDL ,f•.~... .'~....:..~.i.... •..1~...n..w..~.u~.'.•...i.a....~..~ww..•.:... ... ,. o. . .,. ....i......«~ .. . .~sa:..... ......•...rw..«.... -.. FOOD--ADDI?IVES--DIP.ECTORtES /F~n--FtAVQRANTS/ i0TI0nA.` a S--FC0D/.^.I CTIti?~e^.RI~S--i 0Q:31 A GGKQSiJMER'S DICTIO`:ARY OF FOOD AInDITIVES. Ingredients hazmful•and desirable found in packaged foods, vith complete information for the consumer. Kvrn WINTER I :
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50329 8037 . , ~ .oowl C- J ~ ~.- ~~~ / , ~~..t T70 ~9~ p3 i 9 ~a Chocolate, ~bcoa and ry : Confe ctione nfectionery: Science and Technology Iiernard W. uinif e F.R.LC., F.I.F.S.T. CONSULTANT.TO THE CANDY INDUSTRY- K%ECtITEL LABORATORIES INC., CHICAGO 1/1RNERLY TECHNICAL AND QUALITY CONTROL MANAGER l. S. FRY & SONS (CADBURY SCHWEPPES LTD.) 0.__2 ct 4 ~__ Q ?_ 4-5-1 _...,. • ~
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50329 8045 U. S. PATENT APPLICATION NO'. 837,490/ Pj,Anp~~--F.OODA ~~ r roc~iss for ~i ro~1~~k~i~ a C -78 S P. "• ] XX _~ . Powdered ~~wi'tf'~f('6ng ~`v~ia-Fie-i'ta P®w, L L . ~I (l1 28 Sep 77 u,5, Department of Agriculture, Washington, u c`PM TMSIT 016, katiord Tcchricai lafoirnatiDn S:rrice Pg-282 812 I 0~ A 0 0 0 2 4 52 0
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08 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ SPICES/FLAVORAN?S--FOm/ TP 958 La 1978 Essential Oils . ... y~;;,. - 1977 50329 This book consists principally of reprints of the material published in issues of our bi-monthly journal "Perfumer & Flavorist", some under the title, "Recent Progress in Essential Oils': Dr. Brian M. Lawrence Editor Natural Flavor and Fragrance Materials "Perfumer & Flavorist" Published by AII red Publishing Corporation n ~f ` n1 A 0 24.0."RoX'31, Wheaton, Illinois 60187, U.S.A. ~ _ /
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0 .a FLAYORAN1'S--FOO*F00D--FLAVORANTS/ TP,/PhenoliC,,/Sulfur, andvNitrogen A. symposium sponsored 370 . 1 t- by the ivision of Am ~ompounds in Food Flavors 1976 • George• Charu.Iambous, EDITOR -Agricultural and Food Anheriser-Busch, Inc. Ira jKatZ, EDITOR Intcrnational Flavors and Fragrancet 26 Chemistry at the 170th Meeting of the Chemical Society, Chicago, I11., - 1 meritan ~ August 25-26, 1975
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T 50329 8048 , . ';70 !Ad ~Vol.3 i .1• 1. Nutritlon--Collected works. 2. Food research-Coliected worls. r. Dtralc, Emit Sfarcei, 1001- ed. 14 Advances in iood researcn. v. 1- 1$ New York, Academic Press, 1948- 1~v. 24 cm. • Editors: T.1- E. Bf. Mrak, 0. F. Stetivnrt. ac - 'j. 3,)-;.it5 3e - V, ~3 ~ TX537.a25 641.1072 Library of CongreRs o2aona-z4 s:z3 < ._ IMz51 4S-i SUS' ..~- ..
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50329 8051 I G.:A, F.uda].F}, F3ward T!iE •^.i:~~':4IS1fiY 0Y !~OTP_TO GuIP FLAVOR 1368 141 Pages J.~iverai:y t~icrorxl.a~~, Inc. Aan Areor, A2~ROn4-2 4 5 P. 6 1a1 eVnrt '~l c f ~ f
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0 . FLAVORANTs--FOOO/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES' REPORT DOCUMENTATION tspcropT t40• ~- PAGE_ ~ FIlA/BF-78/140 Is 7/27/78 ;t. TitIN arW irMd1. XXMe. C5-79 S,~. C Monograph on~talt. Extract . .. (L ArtMRs1 4 11. NASnMns ORanla.tisn NaaN anA AdOms ~ Informatics Inc. 6000 Executive Boulevard Rockville, MD 20852 7L fpens..ins pesaeiaatien Nsme sM Add.ns Food and Drug Administration 200 C. St. S.W. LlashinQton. D.C. 20204 ' ~r~~~ 1S SuPO~a'TMMaq NetM ia Abse.,a a+nwit: ioo .~..eu,n Q2 A 5• O 6 ,'lftidlnon~gra% sumaaarizes the availab.le. ariwnri fie- . 0 . 0 00 FDA 223-76-2001 tw
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50329 8049 -.- 020 An 024524 Fla a v ~m ~ Me86 ' ~ (1970) ! A:r8r2cSn Sr,ciety fQS T~atin3 and tiaterisls "LLVIM43 t7c CO's•.£SL••:TIO_'i5 Liy ~~::;'3J-•::'Z".: rE;'I:JBS iAi t1iE STUDY C? 0D:,iL13 i.zS'C8 aocics-fty for Testing &nd Materials Tecan.`ccal PubZicaCion 451) 1:'S9 F3rlously pa ,c~ :Lmericea Sar,iaty for Philadelphia, Pa. Tear-. Ag and Haterials (D i
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IMP ` - i17,Ay0&MWR4pW0D/ FLAVORAtZTS--ANLLYSIS/ FLAVORANTS--SENSORY EVALUATION/ 50329 8043 /CHROMATOGRAPKIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ MASS SPECTROMETRY/ TP 370 Sa 1973 YOIJ1TIt.El.VOR CONSTITUENTS OF P~RK CUItED WITH AtiD WI N~TRITC. SYAIN, Jawss Karreo, 19,v3,-, iJmiv.rsity of Nissouri - Columbia, Ph.D., 1972 For.d TecMoloSy University MicroGlms. A)~EPQ(Company , AjLn Arbor. Michigan 02 0 o 0 o x 4 5 1 a ... _=... . :~. ~..,... _..~A
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50329 8036 I . . .. ~ r~ ~ _ ~ ~~-~ r ~ _ _~ ~_~n- p~ ~ • Gl~~; . ~ . . . . { v. • ~~ f ' ' - - • "~ -tj R.a:(i!~(~ ~/ F Ai o, ~'~7 SAf,fULL A. t,Ir~~TZ, Ph.D. Vice Prrsidrnt I;cscnrrlr cr,d 1)cucLi,hnu•nt Orattinc l'rcaucts!/)ic-ision of Sando:-Wandcr 1 rWa 1 urk, Iltir=ois WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT 'fttr:. F:Vt hURLEsE-tE[4G CtTr%'iP!<.N'Y, I"dC. 0 2 n _•.0 ._ 0 . 0? 2 4.. .9. 1 1 , 1972
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50329 8059 _j TP ~ 370 , Ne Ma~roYaats--Pood. tJew York State AgriGu1! turE1 LxperLt;r n:: Station PROCEEDINGS FFtO;:TIERv T;1 POOD RESWKCH, June 11-12, 1968, by Nsv York State Agri- cultural Experiment Station and Cornelt Uninersity, Graduate Field of Food Scienre and Technology. 1968 161 pages Cornell University New York _. i ~ 2~~ n 0 2 4 S 3 4
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Z k- S d G-U u U u1: 0 , L'8•'•i?`TY C',^,' •wi g1XTX2ototsa SS1 ~ dQ lel)bl~':l rysyaa_~:i:) 'i::ayag A*ClI^'T3tWAA - -, . ...-.,-- t . ~ __ OL~--:- --- .- ----- ::: ---. L S 0 9 6 Z E0S
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5 `0329 -9 7d-5 sn 305 1974 CO` ' '`' `_'ETE BOO' ' ~ ti/5E Q O, ~ F~ ,~f~IeE I~Z 1~D _ ~ ~ -~ i ; mr~E MAIRF-- rOEWFhI'EM rc-{D rK~IUPPk9 BaeK 11TTLE, BROTi'V AND CO.1fPANY BOSTON TOROA'TO 0 0 1 1 ;t4S-" ,7r' n.. - ,. L
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50329 80184 '! pOa~t~'l~'~~~R80/Y/~,C GO~M~°~~tA'DS/srY~oROO ~A~Il~1J . ~ AJviKwy jt~r.or.o wrJ-.. . : ~ n•16,67e T80NA5 C:rol n Patriaia Yalla 19al- N TP3 70 Ti~ . Y s CNtiONYL CO)MITIO2i OF CHICMN (G1'.a:S ~ Q 70 DOmS7ICUS) /tHD 'MtlrY (l~LCACRIS G~:.~.?AYO) x~icf : 'IM reunsyl.ania Stat. tJbivnssity, t6.0., 1970 lbod l.ebrwloty UdWerdtY Microlilms. A AERMCompany. Arm Arbor. Micbiyan O~o0~02 4 5.t~9
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-_ .. /2 LSli l1 . 1) . . / • - v"Ir --"~- a~ ~ ` j . ~ , rijyto ..., i _ : 0 I.JOTXAO*4, • - /, . ,, Enzymes in Food Processing .10 o~~ ,~„ TP ye?,r"44 - - /-" ~- - ...- ~ and Products .C~ , - - / A64 ' 1 C4 . .02-4~ 1 972 . ~ Colo"? 50329 8046 - 0 2 ~ A c1 ~~y~ Z 4NSy ~1`hNd
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------ , , -. . , _ __ _._---- - T XICOL08Y--ACYTE TOXICITIES/ANTHRANILAT6S/•. _ 4 50329 8005 B 1112 ~, u 9 --- . P 2 v .~ ~~ 7~~~ • - -f . - . . •- - -: ,u L lfor. 1918 ~ ~.~. w s+nw . _ . -. . . 5d.nuRe UNratua R.r"w o1 MMVIR"alu M.---. Fiavo. U:op.. Volwn. l. InkoduelTon and Summary -- Tobi.s of ook, tibqop.aptnr ~~ • ... 1f fM•MMa M~MM /Y.n w MF~ ~i~,w~wsr..w..«N...w...w....r.r:_:..,... ._ ; Fitwt atd 6dnd MadbdwrW ' AwdMNn d IM r.itt/ StMN,._ _ !00 11tA fttett -- Rasbtsitas. a•C. lOOOi ~4.d1.;/~.r..~~..~...r~ ~.,...._... r . are~.s.u~r~r.ne. in looda, aai eo~ositisaal apatitieattau. l1~ia, iLa. 96 . Np <. . fR.~. eeQtataLaO -i! - tsEataaea.• a a wiMnw «..w,.w. O.N & f i. POa.wr...nw. wM.. I& e.•W..ua «a.,.uu w. A =Z1-71r2M ' A - . litir../a...w4 r..+.e...~.. , final report 1924.197e aM kM AIMd*dlW W"NrM, K l6i. .oawgrapb eoptaiaa a eellaetioa of data trom the publisbed ~ literature tre. 1920 to dat.. Oapublishaa data trom private inAwtr! lilee are also aostais.d is the tonograph, thsta data cover the specific ;=soup of itevctsrally telat.d be.pouaias deaisnated tn tba title. tacluded • in tAia review are data es toaieity and a.taboliss, usage and natnral . I 02ctQrt0 2 44~0•
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50329 8055 i Flavo=asst~---Pood. <;~ =,-:~as V~aY'. Crto A Si~i%7 l'T7 utz G'~a '' n03Y.FD bILS: =Y.IVOR ~~~3 20,6 i'ages U~14!~ta~iLy ~~C=~f!?seA , InC. E,nn hrbor, I f
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50329 8011 ~ » FURFURYL ALCOIi015! - `""wTOXICOl061f--ACUTF TOXICITIES/ 983 RVORT ooCUMENtATqp 1W ' -- Fl ppm ~ ~MDp•79/44 a .cru~ar « oo.rt+a'2B 'L91 in4 . i 1978 O/ .w.rt.a"irw.rr.srwi;,,,,,, s., F 3 Sdontific LiMrohna Rovi~w~o! ~w~o!~ fwl~ uryl Akohols om1 - Relohd Substane.s In fbmw Usop.. Volwnn l'. _. re,.. ~97e _ a IMfOd 11 tt~ ~ s T f a t ~i Y 0 OII 1/11MllOfr, o oi o a, --wropT 1I. Arr.. - ~ - . . . , • • . 't & •• .. . . ~ ' • • IoIMm+r a7Mlialrl Mp. M i • '~ K hw..YT.www w M. ----~ ' : i review ooataiaiag 11d• re[eroaeaa. . , . ua..e...«a«oromM ML os 223-7M2224 ~ . 'i.-Aw- {L TV" of ftMR a !'pwr Goww. final report 7a • . This .ososeaph eoataiea a eoil.etien of aata~lra the published ~ literatuts tto. 1920 to data. Oapublishea data trom pri.ato industry Jilq are also ooetained is tes aooofrapb. These data cover tha specific group oi structurally related -comspownds desi=nated ia the title. Included . • in this review an data oA toxieity and s+etaboliw, uaap and natural occurrence ia foods, and eampoaitional spseifintioas. This is_a 181 . pap . J. c_•. . iMwl M/ bdnd Mi.ri.ct.r~ AardsfiN d IAt Wits/ SMit, f00 17tA =trose Yaabiast4., O.C: 20006 • . ; Y. 1MPrOWa eqpmw~ /4M M AMrM
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50329 8066 ;azcrraats-Y Tceasury epartmen , 0 PRODUC?'ION OF VOLATILE FRUIT-FLAVOR raNCENM"LTES, Part 198 of Tit1e. 26. Code or kederai t:egulations, keviNea as of August 1, 1969 (Lntern.al 3ave.-zua Service, Dept. of the Treasury Pubiication 189 (Rev. 8-69)) b ~ (19?0) , Interna? Rc:re.:ue 5crvica, 1969 :.'ashingtoa, D. C. U 16 Pagae oznc~oo"2a5.41
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50329 8053 . •t _.-,....~~ FLAVORAh'TS--FOODIFOOD--FLAVORAhTS/TOXICOLOGY--ACUTF TOXICITIF.S/ BIBLIOGRAPHIC DATA !• Repott No. Z-- SH E ET FM/BF-77/57 . luea bu tte Scientific Literature Review of,Aliphatic Amines in Flavor Usage .% ° 7. Atxbot(s) 9. Per(ormins Ot6anization Name and Adarr s Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association of the United States 900 17th Street, NW waghin .ton D(: 20006 ~ • 12. Sponsocins OrAanization hame and Addreas U.S. Food and Drug Administration 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 15. Suppleenentary Notes ~Abstraeta Thp Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scicntifc literature form 1920 to 1975 related to the safety of aliphatic amines in flavor usage. , (he c,'1~ tt ~or tio ''01i~~.tc 1 data, and biochemciel aspects of these compounds t'rc~i~t~~h i'li .z~2 p~ge'!luwAfar.~i:untaintn gi:untaintng 214 references. 0 3. Ret ipient's Accession No. S. Report hate -- Augus t , 1975 6. 8. NerlorminA (,tEanization 1{ept. No. 10. Project/T.taA/1:brk Unit No. 11. Coottact/Grant No. 223-74-2224 13. Typ: of Report & Period Covered Final - 1920 to 1975 14.
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50329 8072 PERAEPTION/RFLAVORANTSNEFCORMATIE0IM,/FOOD-LFLAVORAN S%SMELL/BEVERAGES/ MAILLARD,REACTION/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ Flavour'81 3rd Weurman Symposium Proceedings of the International Conference, Munich April 28-30,1981 Editor Peter Schreier Walter de Gruyter • Berlin • New York 1981 ozcionoz14S47
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50329 8068 DISSERTATIONS--RUTGERS lJNIVERSITY/ FLA1t10WPS-4Qpp4 PEANUTS-FAIVALYS IS/ 77-17, 577 • TP ` iAl, Chung-Kay, 1940- A IO ATI 4 OF Tuc icrn eTin!1 A~ln FP. CT !A 0 y.5ts VOLATILE FLAVOR CONSTITUENTS OF ROASTED Wu PElU1UiS. 1977 Rutgers University The State University PDDL ( of New Jersey (tiew Brunswick), Ph.D., 1977 i Food Technology i Xerox University Microfilms, AnnAbo..Wchipan<81riG ` 0700 5 4 3
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50329 8054 .. r Scientific t'teratureRe vtew of Com4ot•~ Mixtures of XX lteCS-79 Aliphaticlcohois, uQdehydes, Acids and Related.Esters •$.. p• In Flavor Usage. Volume I. Introduction and Summary, I :• . . •• .. Pe 296010 L R.yrt oa. March 1979 6 ft1.Nbb8 a,.nll.U.e R.yt. iL hq.ctRaw/W..t uea Na N4 -.....~..~.~~1L C"tMcl(p.r Gr.wt(G) No. eLetroat wo. .v ~ 223-74-2224 j 11]4/RF-79/87 X1 . ~~ . M"MrtK OeG.NfNMw MMN NM AINft • 17. Trw W R.OOn e NNoJ ewa..a J ~ FDA YC`' ~,c Final report ~ 200 C Strect,,StY, Washington, D:C. 20204 G. 1920-1978 .''11tis monograph contains a collection of data from the published literature from- 1920 to date. Unp(lblished data from private industr.y files are also containcd in the mor.o-: gr:ah. These data covcr the Specitic group of_structurally related compounds designated irn the title. Included in this review are data on toxicity and metabdlism, usnge end'natural occurrence In foods, and compositialal specifications.• This is a 51 page review containing I FEMA , 900 17th Street Washington, D.C. 20006 8T references. Tables of Data, Bibliography lVashiaytoe, DE . Fioror uad Extrad Iloaufadurets' Association of tha United States, 02 0 0 A 02 4 S2 9 , _ o.S. DLraRT11!'NT OF CCMIAERCE ' Nriicn~t Technipl ln/orm~tion knrice
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50329 8075 ~ Ref. Q ,{ 123 1 ita Plavorauta--lormatioa--Eazymea. NANDUOµ ^s.K tk505MITTFLCNWYE- utlr_sd by 7. 5chvrm;tt aizc Y. tfe..' 1-L'aC1 ar, `'t;fE( O
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FLAVORANTS--FOOD/ FOOD SCIENCE, A SERIES MONOGRAPHS , VOL.7/ ~ 50329 8065 DIARY PRODUCTS/SOY PRODUCTS/FLAVOR ENHANCERS/ FppD8CIENCE . ' FOOD--ANALYSIS/COCOAj BEVERAGES/TASTE ENHANCERS/ A brim o,MwoWsphs TP 958 Te 1981 flamx Resew& RECENT ADVANCES EDITED SY Roy Teranishi and Robert A. Flath soon Ii1EVEN R. TAMNE1lI11M lIETER wAL$flU potwsa elMlreldee wd Feo1 Jeiwn Dqntwwet otpood Sde.m •rm.drslra,Maftwe or 7ie+Maokp IN.- O... Apkrhw/ Ud....n ae.~we. w..dannr M,ratlqm lu w.tMdw. VWshrn Rejioe.l RruenM Ct.M /4/kMI/MI// RlNar(h SNOkt uS. Dt...fieW e/.g.krltr.. 8s.ttleK Cali/o.eie Hiroshi Sugisawa 1C.taoa Usiensiy Mikktw. Kejatoaka. Jqae MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Basei I1f''ryr N~'1w . (qv I W A_.o _ z 4 5 a 0
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_ _.... : . -r-..~ 50329 8052 TP 983 ~ F1 ~ 1976 ' PDDL FLAVORANTS--F00W/FOOD--FLAVORAtiTS/TOXICOLOCY--ACITTE•TOXICITIES/ CYCLOPENTANE DERIVATIVES/CYCLOBEXAfiE DERIVATIVES/BICYCLIC COMPOUNDS/ RING COMP(1UhDS/ 17. Kecipiest•s Accessioo t.a • ~ StiEET Fil~/$F-77/S5, I e and Sabtkle Scicatific Literature Reivew of.alicyclic compounds of Carbon, Hydrogcn and Oxygen in Flavor Usage • 7. Au[hor(s) 9. Performing Orgaoizatioa Name and Address Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association ' of the United Sta:es • 900 17th Street, NW Washington` DC 20006 11. Coauect/Graot No. 223-74-2224 12 Sponsoring Organizacion Name and Address 13. Type o( Repon & Period Coeered U.S. Food and Drug Adcinistration 'Fina1 - 1920 to 1976 o 2 n on 0 2 4~ 2 7 1'L The Scientific Literature Reivew sun;tr.arizes the available scientific literature from 1920 to 1976 rclated to the safety of alicyclic compounds of carbon, hydrogen and oxygen in flavor usage. Chemical inforaltion, biological data, and biochemical aspects of these compounds are given in a 573 page summary containing 1261 referencc: 200 "C" Street, SW Washington, DC 20204 ~
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0 50329 8071 0 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--FORMITION/HERBS/SPICES/GRAS/ FLAVORANTS--FORMULATIOti/FLAVORANTS--MANUFACTURING AND TRADE/ TP 9He Source Bookof Flavors 1981 ~ 2.C. 11FNIiV R~111::1TI1. M.B.E..B.Pharm,M.F.C..F.P.S.,F.LF.S.T. 1luA Arnlce alirn. A t"v'"'w „-t AIh"*h' & ";1„M• Ltd. THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANI, INC. IANHMM. EneJnd i s Nestpon.Cunnertiivt.l'_ .A. oxoQnn.~4s46_ - - - ~~ - - :.. - t
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t 50329 8069 '~ I h'1avcrF-»Foods, Rn1e c'x srreet.neso in I American Chemical Society. Pa+iilon of :lgyicultttral a:,-L F ood Chemketrg. I'se of sugars and other carbohJdrates in the food inc~as- try; a collection of papers comprising the symposium on t1.e use of sn-yars and other carbohydrates in the food induGt-... presented jointly before the Divisions of Atricnlt-urat and Food Chemistry and Carbohydrate Chemist.-y nt the 1-2;-d meeting of the American Chemical Society, Los Angeles, Calif., ;1tar. 1953. Sv ashinbton, American Chemical So- ciety, 1955. v, 14 C p6 illus. 24 cm. (Advances In chemistry series, no. 12) 0 (Continued on next card) 55-4135 (5) . _.....o.,~:-- QD 321 A,•) 0?. n '2 49 4 4 :
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I ..,.r~,..~ _-: ...a,,..,,.,.,.... .~v ._.. .t~ ~ 8E- s d G. 0 li a td 7 0 puer~sos3~S ~~jsaa-_~~Qxv~ Q02vd 88Z ` L961 ; .rrwna:: `:: n}n. plrtTno • r Acr. ` (s3s Tn:cspaorT uT . a:,:m4icy-a~ S a:sss-Z . PM I :Z,Z: .c•`. S.~-- h t1x Mu7 t:::%.:o .r ~ : *, ro.. E908 6Z£OS
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. 50329 8060 . . ,,, Central Inshtnte for Nutntion in Potsdsm-RehbrOcke (Ducctor. ProL . H. Hssvu•), _• , Research Centre for Molecular Biology and Medicine, Academy of Sciences of. GD ~R i Aroma values - a useful concept ? - X RoTM' . t / .~ ~. ~ , 1R,AVORA1Ti'S--FW FOOD--INGREDIENTS/ 3~ . stances to the polymer nutrients in foodstuffs are of influence, too. L t bution of aroma compounds between aqueous and lipid phase or the sorption of volatile sub- . Rapidly increasing knowledge about the high eomple3dty of food aromas requires selection or "~ ranking procedures as to the importance of•the particular components for flavour impression. i For this purpose the concept of aroma values has been discussed which calculates quantitative .or•dw- data in connection with aroma effectiveness of the compounds. The simplification of the concept with respect to the practical application, howrover, can change the natural system and lead to erroneous conclusions. There are not only interactions between aroma substances of sensoric- physiological character M hiah may not be ignored. Physical conditions like lipid content, distri- complexity of food aroma with three different products (r, z]. Increasing numbers of aroma compounds being identified in particular foodstuffs characterize the rapid development of flavour research within the last two decades. A comparison of the first. list Dr. «'EtRaIAN elaborated in i963 with those published io years later by his colleagues shows that in most foods the number of known aroma components has increased enormously (i]. Figure i demonstrates this raising d n 0 2 4 5 3 5 0 rr I
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..,, 50329 8070 . , . .. . HERBICIDES/INSECTS-- NTROL/PESTICIDES--VIRAL/LIGNINS/ ~ffR~l WASTEWATER/WATER--P IFICATION/iMETALS/FERTILI?.ERS/TISSUES _-CULTURE/ ;OROTEINS--SOURCES anana wastes)/ A Publication ojthe Society Jor Industrial Microbiology r.r Vo/unre 20 Procecdings of the Th' F'f ' QR 151 De 1979 ~.j' ral Meeting EV.tLJ~iJ ~J+~~V1i1L.J l `i.I~. 1.~ oi t~ S i t f I oc e y or ndustrial MicrobiologSt ~$T Held at Houston, Tcxas IN ~ August 14-18,1978 IN~`,USTIRIAL ARUNQTO~N',~VIRGINIA MICROBIOLOGY 0 0 2 n0 n-A245.45
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50329 8064 ~Tr 370 JO 2c. ?lavoaranEs--Food,,--'A C~ . ^ S-IM1.-rf.~'i iili~: ~'. ;:'7~I1~ ~ CdS . ', . New York o a. ~ o n 0 2 4 S 3 9
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50329 8073 . . . " , FLAVORANTS--FORttATIO*-ENZYHES ~---- - ~ --~-. t----- -- - ~ . . ~ 71 II Re -77 llokko. Hyokaishi 33(10--11)328-40(1975) . S'p' tiSE 0F MICROORGl,NIS*•iS IN THE- AROrfA INDUSTRY. By F.anisawa, Tsuneyoshi SDlMARY Flavor of fermented food such as blue cheese. Regeneration of fresh fruit and vegetable flavor with the use of flavor generating enzymes. Chemical synthesis of flavorants from microbial products. Transformation'of terpenes. Optical resolution of flavor compounds. Rrmoval of odor by the use of microbial transformation. 11
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50329 8040 .• ...~ ~..~T . . CllK02•tATOGRAPUIC ANALYSIS--FLAV(1ltS/FOnA--FI.AVOP.ANTS/FLAVORAaTS--A:7ALi SYS,~ . • . ptAi/9RAW4--iz4AWFLAVORANTS--GAS CHP,QMATOGRAPI:Y/ ~ 7,, Lcbretrnr. ltntrts •}'na„rh. l•,tL t=;•.;Tttnst C// 1 L^~~ U 6y.f~ F. a•rLnwnn, unc ru !:!7 ~'•1 E inlachc A(cthodcu zur I3olicrung und Aarcicltcrung , von Aroinastof(cn au~ij Lcbcnsmittcln ~i]nter Ii3nlcr' uatl lsJmund Itenner ~ )tilehwirl.eM.ttliebe Abteilua= der Just+n LiebiA•Cnivenit3[t CkOea end F.tttniehhtnp abteilua` der afilupa AC tn Fricdrichsdorl (BRrJ) . 1 ~apn at.8. J.ni 1974 75 III Ro=.a•J), 8imple Dfethods for Irolatiat and (btleentration of Flaror Compounds from Foods~ 8narswery. Jirrring Mo4+tion and concentratimtot Aatron from natural products, the separation ' ot Aarors from othcr sulr.at+nces aeeh as fate and 1iWs rcpresents a great analytic.l difficulty. Y1ria paper de.erit.o., a telatirely simple method. w)rich aliuws the simult•inenua eeparation of /a.or suhatana*+ bp ateam daxtillation, thrir extraetiun and concentration. 17tis melhod was applied to various fruit pawders, the results rere eumlr.,red with other simple metlwdls for the analys(s of Oarors.l'he Aaror aoncentratd hare been further separated by means of gaschroroa. 1 /osr,p6y . : Lseewsr..a/haarsy. Bei der Teolierung and Anreicherung von Aromasubstanscn sus Natur. Lbceteht eine reenentlieho anal}tiseM &hwiorigkeit darin, d'a Arom.MaRo ron Bcgfeit• ea wia Eettcu und Irlriden at+zutrcenen. ts wird eino tclatir einfnrhe ~fethate beschrie• elirht, .iromaato(fc glciehzci:ig durch 11'aa.crdampfdestillataon ah:nerenm~n, su ansutetehern. IAa Jirtbcxle wun3e an Fnrchtpulcern erprobt. die hrgcbaiaas wur. n einfarhen Jtethodcn dcr Aromagewinnun~ rcr~tiohea. Die Auttrennuaa der Atms•Kratt erlolste ~.aehrotnatojraphife6. I / ~J Z n A A 0 2 4 9 1 5
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, ~ "'".,. "_•' `__.,.,,",. ~ 50329 8039 ~,~ 3o%:.~G C17~~~ r~ 78 Y Qu ~ • TIOHSHIPS~~if ROMJItOMPOUNOS TO , __- CAW~O RUIT FLAYOR AMON6'SEVERAL PEAR CULTIVARS H. A. Quawme P. S. Marriage Research Station Agriculture Canada Ilarrow. Ontario Canada NOR 1G0 stract ationsh~s ot aromacoa~ounds to canned fruit flav_o~ aaong, sereraT -pe ar cultivars. F1avo7r(i:aste) was carpared to aroma (smell) in panels eonducted on canned fruit harvested from cultivars in the Harrow pear eollection (39)in 1972. 27 in 1973 and 1974 each). Close correl- ations were found between aroma and flavor (1972. ra .66; 1973, r .78 and 1974, r- .80) indicating the importance of volatile 1 , aroaatiu to pear flavor. Bartlett, its sports and HW-602 all had outstanding flavor and aror.a. Ttese cultivars and possibly Laxton's Progress had a similar aroma that was different from other cultivars. All cultivars with Bartlett type aroma had higher total levels of decadienoate esters than other cultivars, with the exception of Snrecrope as measured by Jenning's spectrometric method. The moiety of decadienoate esters was further separated and measured by wt li uid roe+atography. Eight to nine esters appeared to be AiO 2 Pr~en~ t~e cig~atogra~rs of extracts from Bartlett flavor-types . and Suracrop. On he basis of the chromatograms, Bartlett appeared + • s to have the same co~;.leaxnt of esters in relatively the same amounts.
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50329 8078 Wi?ter, Erich. Manual for the e-s<<iice industrS•; comprisiilg the :nos; modern methods 'ior making all kinds of essences for liquors, brar..dies, liqueurs, and all alcoholic drinks, fruit- juici~s, fruit-wives, and jams. Mso, manufac;turing :ain- eral waters; essences of fruits and other vegetable raw i materials; fancy lemonades of every kind; esseinces fo: confectionery, pastry, and the kitchen; manufacturing col- ors and perfumes, as well as cosmetics and soap per- fumes, with a full description of raw materials and of (t°ontinned on next -card) 16-14323 oxc~~na~455~
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0 503_WZ"9 , ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--FORMATION/HERBS/SPICES/GRAS/ FLAVORANTS--FORMULATIOru FLAVORANTS--MANUFACTURING AND TRADE/ TP 9He Source Book of Flavors 1981 2.C. HF.\R1' IR.IIEATIj. M.B.E.B.Pharm,M.F.C.F.P.S.,F.I.F.S.T. Bu-h N whr• Allen. A IAc~wm ~~t ilbnRht & N'iLrm. Ltd. 6m&-n. tnRLmd THE AVI PUBLISHING COMPANY. INC. Ke.tpmt.Conneetieut.l'1%7.A. 1 0 2,0 ~ 4 554
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50329 8061 FooD--INGREDIAENTS/13emerkungen zur Molmasse von Aromastoffen I Dte Nahrung .9 3 1976 281--ss86 !i. Rorets und M. SPscttr . 111 101 NOTES ABOUT MOLECLTLAR IdEIGHTS OF AROMA COMPOMS. ./ ft y RP I- ~~ ~ Z~ Summary -7'` YMaf. RoTHts and I1. SpttcHT: Notes about molecular weights of aroma compounds i a 0 Zentralinstitut far LrnahrunR in Potsdam-Rchbrllckc (Dircktor: Prof. Dr. H. HesxaL), t i FLA~©RA~•S Forschupgszentrum fflr Mokkularbiologie und lledizin, Ak•rdemic der V1'issenschaften der DDR c w,p 1 v Classification Qf 2000 food aroma compounds as to their molur;ular weight shows an accumulation in the range of t35 to 15S• and an upper limit of 3to. .1tulecular masses of substances.vith high aroma effectiveness are below 200. As aroma compounds are composed only of the elements C. H, 0. N and S, even numbers of molecular masses predcminate among thesee substances. A periodicity with _ an itrterval of 7 units of molecular mass ubserved seems to be caused by the prosence of :oinplete- homologuous series of compounds within the range of low molecular masses. 11f. PoTe It M. IlluexT: tIIHr1N"111ttTR OTItOC1iTC•'!l,NO f,to7l'l:ynnpnoro »cca a1wNraros ~Cc~QTp~tIC'~ ~1f 3 hCT!~ O~tATG11, CoXt•p:ICaillllXCtl If :1i1111CWdX tIl1u.!~'I:TaX. / 41 p~iYlboa~4.hn....Wv •~~...~...~T...~....... »......... .. ..... .. ._ _ . ..._ . _ . . ' Peafoste
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Flavoraari"Voad I . ,. _ . „ A t.. ,,.-J. a:a, l7:i.i1) CVMPVJ1TZM C'Ny t1!'Y1L1Jir9a 111<boiLi a!Y. ' .. 19S3 497 ~... 50329 806 7 ! ..._. .... ~ ~, ,.l:rit: t~ D. ~~Y.it lt~:atJ L'1'f • ilt:• NY- a.Y va'... .~I 0 Z4S42
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50329 8087 0 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/FLAVORANTS--FOOD/FLAVORANTS--CHEMISTRY/ FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/FLAVORANTS--FORMATION/HERBS/SPICES/GRAS/ FLAVORANTS--FORMULATION/FLAYORANTS--MANUFACTURING AND TRADE/ , TP 958 He 1981 2.C. Source Book of Flavors NF.XIiI' B.~ 111::%T11. M.B.E.. B. Pharm, M.F.C.. F.P.S.. F.LF.S.T. Bu.h H~Wk~ anw~. A 1"v'""n of A'""Knt & "'d,,,n• Ltd. THE AVI PCBLISHING COMPANY, INC. Lm&m. Erytland ! . We.tpon.Cunnecticw.l'J;.A.
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50329 8076 i . 'r'lavoaants--Fanaatioa---Buzymea iI.riV:lR C%1C;yiSi.itT ~fjF i•Ul?':,Y. CUL'lt+s"L~. 065 1 228 Pa5ea univeraity t-i=cro.llms Inc. Aun. Arlor, Michigan i ~-~--.t-~.-._.. - ---~--~--~-~----- - - n~~0RQ.2dSS i a -,......r... ~ J
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50329 8081 ~J.`lim-~1"DRY'J?, Ja'*.es Nathan, 1941- . L.kv t' T~ ISOLATZO?J A:ZD CEARACi_RZZAi ION OF BECF u f I FLAYOR PRECURSORS AND TiO+IR lO:AT G«YERATED VOLATILES. Texas A L t{ t)nivenity. Ph.D., 1970 Food Technology 0 Uni.ersityMicrofilms.A X:P,a;COa,--.;,-,ny. J4nnAibar.Mich.yan --- -~ .ZGnA;Vx.I . .~~~ . . Zz U`t 0 0 2 4C S 6 . ~ 0
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,... ... - - - - ----~ ------------- -•-----_._._ _ 50329 8089 1 Fl"~-Wannt`'actwle 6'Trade =U. S. 10.- GirF,yao! ~n, :3. %. Gi ="•:•~x:1:^v W2:Jr F'03 rUA.^ L'. S. Me-T'IiFTI'iC GrGA1itc CiZ-aCd1LS IPTi)US-:i:Y :Re f Q 1966 74 gP3ea Technomtc Pul.lahing Coinpazyy Stanford, Conn. 0 3 o~ ~ ~ n o a 4~ b 4
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50329 8062 0 Givaudan Dobendorf Ltd, Dobendorf, Schweiz P'LAV0W11W,-F00M# ~. ~L3 7 76 H- ;4; - Nutrition and Flavour-Legislation W. scntsasi. Nahrung 20 (3) 253-25R (1976) , `~ I `j+I~R~rAY 7 Our food laws have to provide for safety of food and to ensure that the consumer is not misled. We are no longer in a position to manufacture food without additives and especially without flavours. For physiological reasons, our food should be offered in a wide variety: an increasing number of food preparations has no natural flavour at all and needs to be flavoured and the industrial manufacture of food requires the flavours to be properly developed in order to with= stand the sometimes rather drastic conditions of manufacture. The safety of flavours and flavouring substances is discussed. It is shown that the class of nature-Identical flavouring substances has to be treated separately for practicaL purposes of food control and because the substances of this group offer more certainty with regard to their safety. Somc suKgestions are made regarding the proper labelling of food which contains flavopn. The IOFi (International Organization of the Flavour Industry) model law is discussed whiefr should serve as a basic proposal for the international harmonisation of national food laws. . 02 00c1024S37
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TP 983 F1 1979 50329 8014 PAGE I a. 1W .wd 3waa. g~.~ ~~~ tgcjt~ Aevier~ o ls tn Flavor Usage . vol. ~l seno TK~~d~~i~6~o mmary, aof Data, Bibliography . , b, lWhw1hK Orawtad.~ N.wn aM Ildde.rs s...~.rins Oe~MM4tlM «arw..W A.e1r.. . FLAVOP. & EXTRACT MA,WFACTUREttS ASSOCtA,T,IOYl OF THE UNITED STATES• ` FBMA 90017th Street Washingtoa, D.C. . 20006 i. January 1979 .~.~ f ~s ors•nis.t~ow R .vt. ~ aor Ivei.aRs~/w«ti t~n~c na ':.:. _... ... u. Ca~Q a W.naW Nw ..:.: ....~ ... ~ . .PB 296001 & a....c aN. & 1 aa 223-74-2224 ss. t,o..f a.oaK s hnos car.+ Final report - FDA 192Q-1978 ZOQ C• Street,'StN, K'3ahington, D.C. 20204 graph. These data cover the specific group oistructucally related eompound~ designated in i the title. tucluded in this review are data cn toxieity and metabolism, usage and natural oc~rrc~c~ a~ co~pc~fti~al$pe0flCations: Tius is a 490 page review containing I 1881 references~~ . .. '•''tiia ~nionograph ~aitait' a colleeti'on of data from fhe published literatcs•e fro nn' ~ 1920 to date. Unpubllshed .da~a from private•industry files are also contained in the mono-• . , . . • . :. . . . ~ • - • ..: FOOD--FLAVORANTSY=/T0XIC0L0GY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/ BF-79/85 ' . . . , ., . ,
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-~V •.,w"'~". ... . _ m a .-._.-Z _ ___...s'_v':-o.- r,'T^-, Cise r. -.-. . .. .. - .- -- - -- -- --- -_-_._.. -~ --- •--~- ----r ; TP 50329 8077 ~i 3r"0 Plavoraats--Formatfon--EALyaea. ' ~ Ne ~ Ne•a York State Agrfculti.ura1 EA-Perimer+t i t StaCioa PRGCErDINGS n.GNTICRS IN FQOD RESEa'ICii, Juxa 11-12, 1968. by New York State Akri- cu3tural Experl:,,znt Station and Cornell Univerrsity, Graduate Field of Food Science ead Technology. 19fic 161 pages Cornell Univerafty New York u z o e ~ o z 4 s 9 ~
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- The 6samina•.ton of some -W it Juice Volatiles by Use of the Ftame-lonisation Detector I l . .. :' . / . , ' ,~•~ y 1 I P.tr futar8aret t.&leser and A. peyilard Juices Section, Agricultural Research Station, University of Dristul, LunB Ashtun (England) The Increasing volume of work publixhcd on vulatile fruit arumas has made It ertdent that these fractions include a wide rangc of aliphatic compuunds of relatively low molecular wcight (e.g. 1, t, 3,4. 9). They includu •rlcutwlx. alAchydcx, krtuncs, acids and eaters dcrived (rum them: many are cummun to the juices of different fruits. but the relative amounts differ from one fruit tu anuthrr. Thcre are, in addi- tiu:y ulher components often of higher mulccular weight more nprcttically associated with certain fruits such as atrawtx rry (6) ur ea-me_} rape va rietii s(T, 8, 9).
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j15Y ~;"j~~ ~'.~~G~tGf~/i e f .I&W 0 _ r of ~~ ~ KA LiE.V ~~I-~~ TS FAItCd. 1'I3nS1akY1, til(1 RCYISCd t7 THOMAS F_ FUR1A and h'[COO DELLANCA CJBA-GF.1GY Coryt+ation Ardskp. >:ew• )'ork _. .... FVotn the Italian lanbaag.e worls of PROr. 1-3R. GlG>'ArNI FL•hAb:OL[ Dinctoa. Center jor Starl:es oj Xtonmtir Substun^ti Italy Afifano ' 0 2-4 S FIERAROLI'S /HANDBOOK . Urslrersiq ejRli: 0 2 yubwked 5y t,tk CHEN1~CAF. Iti:RBI:R co. 50329 8027
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gl+tvarauts--MAUnfacturs and Trado , 50329 8088 U. : . T,erif f Cc:mir. ! 3ion I:VORTS 41? fiis~r".SWID C:l-aCdLB AYiD 94 Yagas U. S. TaTJ.ff CcmmirzRiou WashinCtoe, D. C. . . .~ . i ~ . I -
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UCP"J e7 ; ; 'Li.i~in ~1F i~Ps t~A~v"~c.fi OF a~Ol:.E- }37.u7 _V.liVR 3g6g 206 Pta3ug Univsxaity t;icitofi"-ns, Ina. , f:nn Agbo=, 02'n 0 n 0 2 4 5 7 1
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J TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR% WESTVIEW SEECIAL STUDIES IN SCZENCE AND TECHNOIAGY/ 1-MENTHOL/SWEETENERS/FOOD--FI.AVORANTS/ _ ~_.__ --_- - .... .. ..... ..... . . ..•....•.. _ _ '' TP 958 Ap 1978 , fl~r./='~l V oiir: Its Chemice-1, L"JehavFoxal, and Cdmmercial.AS'nectaw :~- Proceediny5 of the Arthur D. Little, Inc., Flavor Symposium , 1977 edited. by Chafles M. Apt Westview Special Studies ~ in °c` e I d Technology 02n AAt~~ln~+5~' 50329 8090 _ 4 :..
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, ~ - ---- _ _ - --- -- -~-- _.- _ _ ~_.-_ -- _ - J% !~/~~~ Iq z "' .. ... v ,~.ll,~J . r.20. G°`°~'/ -' fMWJIVr+' / . _ Enzymes in Food Processing TP 3 oma d P d $ an ro igC s __J~ ._oX 1972 ~ . A..' 14 • N r4 - Iil:p-iNd ! 0 2 0 0 n~~ ~4 51 4- V 0 50329 8074
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1 t } ' J.Z 50329 8 08 2 00, - 0. -.0.0 / .;r _ ' / t . ~ _...... ` - .r. .,._ .~ ....- ~~ / ~ . ~/j--)lL , ~- «249 - ~ ,S/~. SS The Examina-.ion of some FtVit )uice-/Volatites by Use of .~ . the t'lame-lontxatton Detector ollard Margaret E. Weser and A. ? Juices Section, Airicultural Research Station, University of Bristol, Lung Ashtaun (England) The increasing volume of work puhlish.d nn vulatile fruit aruma:• has made il evident that these fractions include a wide ranize of aliphatic a+mfwwnds or relatively low molecular wcil;ht (e. g. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5). They include aleuhuls, aldehydcs, ka:tuncs, acids and esters derived from them: many are cunina,n to the juices uf different fruits, out the relative amawnts differ fruns one fruit to anutla•r. There are, in addi- liu:o, other components uften uf higher molecular weight mure sfxcuirally associated with certain fruitis such as .rtrawtx•rry (6) or mnne vrape varieties (7, 8. 9). 3 __...r :.~. 02 00 0.02 4 5s7
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. 50329 8093 1 ~~a~ora~ug'-~feat, .7. kF):~ ~ :.dve-L`CdR i13 fc3.-:: Y°ge8rch. v. New York, Academic Presr;s 1y4u-5'1-`1ja''` I J v. 24 Ci'3. 4 oz•~o~ozasba
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. __.__ . _..._.-...w__ _._ _ __.~.._.,...._.......---.--.. 50329 8084 4'la"raata--Gaa, Chrccnatograpbg. ,~ .'i„s'PI}'r i~n .. ,. _ ., ~: ~ .t.. s .c. . .: by, E. F,.ttd i. A. r°.y. ,.it,'+'Ji'. Ll.S:j' $tt-_ta•3 ay ~.a•.1Qj ?Ju't-~`3 ~CC:. ~:~J; o~ ~ o ~ 0 2 4 5 5 9
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;;;;T: ~ Si objpctlv*"503 29 8092 ~ ~ I F A : f C4acnu; 1'~~mOiJe ft : : ,r~ - - 1 rict`het t 13ni. v~rsi ty; ; PP . 3b._41- .~~•.~~a•"~_'_' 1953. / o z ~ ~ n o2 4 9 6 7
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----54}2; -l19t!'~f 76 V Rol By Ruth Rosenbaum FhAVORANTS--gOpp/I New Times, 1976, 45-52(6-11-76) TODAY THE STRAWBERRY, TOMORROW... Natuie, ron over-•with on artful mix G( ChwrllEcals, ista In tlte rntirc wurht tnt:ra are only master fluol•;sts are no 13 great crcati,,- flavonists and nu tr:.-rc f than ISU others who have Mhat it takes t t th i d e o as e uc repro lI;j just al?out (-:very food. F. r most p.merIcar)s, il favorite meat or veclF:tahle may sa -r: • exist only .-t,: an essence ju•st likc "tha d:rrk expensive stuff r'%.tJe front imponcd ~uuth American cocoa beans"; synthetic chicken flmur that "/eck murc like chickcn than rny uther tu W cunsidM.! hart uf their sclect %o- citty. Shielded trtnn the public eyc, thru: 1110) priests ut he muh.milii.rn • Jul- rni- l.rr flavor indu.+ly invoke the cht cal elements an.l create (rum them the cuuntcrfcit flav:,r% that arc in thrcc•quar- ters of the prodli.ts on our supermarket Itwlvcs. 4 6-4 AJverticcments in food induuru journals boau .d their maucrpicres: f:rke chucolatc flttvol that tastc. anJ smclls flavor; 'lastcs imitation coconut flavor that mare like coconuts than ctKU• fla..:r • They call them creative nuts"; three slk--ies of anificisd potato : flavor-"Europr.rn Rintjr, green c:rthy. ~ Iclaho and pmpular King h;iNarJ".... . Though n:rtwc ,till clutches a trvw last secrcts Ithe timur and oi1ar of hcsh- _~ tarkcJ bread anti fresh•pri Pund cuflcr :uc• thr most clu.iw1 it canncN Ik lun4 lh•I -re the rrmainin: •sntuuch. I r.hhlcs are Ir.ursfurnted tht lhr al.hctuira) iw,wcrs tlsU hr. Flavon :. have c~.•n manal;~~l tu uqund r.aurc with their an,f.. ud ~ rnaed lumau . .u.t1 r•.r?u .umatu pactr ~ O~ ~akt;~t fl~vu havc .vcr tastcd"; :1 "/it,htZ,(f•t : b t imitatiun strawhrrry
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50329 8091 .-s.. :. .. , ~- . --- ---- ---'~_ . . _ DI9SERTATIONS--KANSAS STATE UNIVERSITY/TASTE--TESTING--FLAVOR/ TASTE--TESTING--STATISTICAL METHODSMAVWbrrt='-=HP"~AS'URMtBN'Fj ODJECTIVN/ ~ 77-26,023 I~4PLER~i1Qt~ t~erdolyn :~eu1, 1956- ~ ' StATISTICAL AP?LIC4TIGNTO FLAti'C.•2 PRr9PILE X7C NeF-E-404-79 MiALYSIS kv) A,v I'fE•tkTnE FROMtE FOR . . ANALYZLU A 7io0-IiAY Qa1.SSIFICNIa.V. TAnsas State Uaiversity, Ph.D., 1977 Statistics , i Xerox University Microfilms, AAAe«,.ko4.Aa~a an 02c~0 0:02 4 Sbb I
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~_.~.,~.......- ---- -- CQ( °i.AVORANTS--r(N1D/FLACnRA'~""S---G~l'1 ';tSTP.~/ FLA00RA.*tTS-.-RESEAR ~ - - - the University of EAst Anglia, Norwich Anrii 11478 Proceedingq of the sev.)n:3 Weurman Flavour Research Symposium held at PitOGRE$S IN T? 370 La 1978 , FLtAVnIJR RESEARM"T-1 r voL Edited by 0 OistributEd Exciusivoiy E3y D. G. LAN D t tNTER11tATtGNAL [DEAS tNC. 1627 Spruce Streot Food Research lnstitute, Nonvich. U.K. phitadelPhie PA USA'i9103 RSTEN Q 2 n b A•A 2 4 5 H NU . M Deparrnent o1' Food Science, Unirersity nj Reuding, U.K. APPLIED SCIENCE PUBLISHERS LTD ~ ' ~! LON DON . . . `.. • IH • r
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.,-..-.... 50329 8099 - CORRELATION/ DATA--INTERPRETATION AND CORRI:LATION/ FOOD--SEVSORY EVALUATION/ SENSES AND SENSATION/SMELL/AROMA/TASTE-=TESTING--STATISTICAL r1ETHODS/ 'MA riPAtM4ftTATISTICAL ANALYSIS / 458 AmCORRELATlNG SENSORY 1976 OBJECTIVE MEASUREMENTS 2 c' NEW METHODS FOR '7 ANSWERING OLD PROBLEMS A symposium sponsored by ASTM Committee E-18 on Sensory Evaluation of Materials and Products AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR -ro6ac c o TESTING AND MATEPIALS Philadelpia, Pa., 11-12 Nov. 1974 J 4W SPECIAL TECHNICAL PUBLICATION 594 J. J. Powers and H. R. Moskowitz, editors ,..a..n --- _ ~:,..~.~ AMERICAN SOClETY FOR TESTING AND MATERIALS n 1g16 %acq,Stgetf hilpdelphia, Pa. 19103 .11
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50329 8101 PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IX/ ODOR, V. X/ TASTE--TESTING VOL. VIA/VISION, V. III V VIII, IX/CODING THEORY, V.VIII/ PSYCHOLOG~(, PH1~4IQLQGICAL,.V. I+-X/SENS1S AND SENSATION, V. I--X/SMELL, V.VIA/ TASTE, Y II /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,~III/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV, PAIN V. YIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVO~ANTS--3ENSOAY EVALUATION, Y. X/ HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTIOINr EDITORS: Edward C. Carrerette and Morton P. Friedman Department of Psyehology un`vcraity of California, Los Angeles Volume 1: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 [.os Angeles, California - Volume 11: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 QP 360 Ca ! NVolume III: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 ~ ./Volume IV: Hearing. 1978 /Volume V: Seeing. 1975 ; ~ Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 VVolume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 dVolume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 '' Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 v/Volume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 VVolume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 02nAA02' 4 S7b 0
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. 50329 8103 Je2 -- - ~Tavorants--Sensorp evalc:atfo=:. (1969) i ..._,... ~ •. ^..- ._ ~ :tF:rl'4DS Cc vi :(.= r..:'I2A;. " ON r?:'_°....~ ]QQ71i/ ZiiCSD}. . .~.::• 16' a' 0 ~ ~ A tT ~ 2 4 5 7 8 .
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50329 808Q 79 III Ba. FLAVORANTS--CIIEMISTRY/FLNV4RANTS--SF.NSORY EVALUATIpy/ :~ rwWXwTar"w.& ":A=aaxo=arn" Z Lebdpm. Unten. Foach.169, 9-16 (1979) Niedermolekulare Inhaltsstoffe von Raucharoma-Praparaten Werner Baltes und Ingeborg Sachtig lasatut fiir Lebensniittekhemie der Tedtnischen Univemit6t Berl'm, MGlkr-Breslau-Str.106 D-1000 Berlin 12 Low Molecular Ingredients of(,6~moke Flavour. . Preparations Summary. The composition of 12 smoke flavour prep- arations from different manufacturers was analysed by gaschromatography on glass capillary columns. 70 compounds were identified by mass spectrometry and the most important representatives of the phenolic fraction were determined quantitatively. Sensory qual- ities of some characteristic compounds are described. 0 Zusammenfassung. 12 Raucbaroma-Praparate ver- schiedcner Herstellcr wurden mit Hilfe der Glascapil- largaschromatographie auf die Zusammensetzung ih- rer fliichtigeTJnhAtssy~ffe ~te~tclti. D1 4 S 70 Komponenten urc~l4 K~fppit~i+ Ug spektrometrie identifziert und die - f feststellten, enthaltcn RAKis eine Anzahl verschicdener • den heute vorwicgend in osteuropaischen Landern und den USA zum Aromatisieren u.a. von Wurstwaren angewandt. Da die toxikologische Gesamtsituation noch nicht geklart ist, hat die BRD bisher nicht nach- gezogen. Ausnahmcn bilden lediglich Rauchersalze und -dextrosen und auch Raucherschinkenaroma, die vom Gesetzgeber als geraucherte Lebensmittel be- trachtet und nicht als Rauchkondensate (RAK) aufge- fatit werden. Da aufgrund der lebensmittelrechtlichen Bestim- mungen die Anwendung von RAK's im Lebensmittel analytisch nachweisbar und eine sichere Untcrschei- dung zur konventionellen Raucherung moglich sein 'VA, beschaftigen wir uns seit geraumer Zeit mit der Ukersuchuna solcher Produkte [17. Wie wir hierbei
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50329 8105 FOOD--SENSORY EVALUATIoN/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/FLAVORANTS--ANALYSIS/ FLAVORAKTS--SENSORY EVALUATIONL0D0RS--FOOI?--SENSORY EVALUATION/ TASTE--TESTING--FOOD/ QP AROMA RESEARCH 458 In 1975 ' P oceedirgs of the nternational : fSymiosiumon Aroma Research T held at thke Central Institute for Nutrition and Food Research TNO, Zeist, the Netheriands, May 26 ~-- 29, 1-975 Editors: H. Maarse and P.J. Groenen 30) fhY#ni2&e,4 5 8 Q Centre for Agricultural Publishing and Documentation ~ ~
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Flavarsats4f 50329 8086 Wo J0 £"ZII &~:'1 Cool. Msia ~,y .p~.~. = L.~~~rt ~ .~1t4.li~i 3 A.3~ ii~~..::J ~ r;~*cme PeA I:-.-uftct,ar0 xt O"o. 1} 0 _,--•~..~.--~_..•~..-.......,...- 0~~~ 0n 02 4 5 6 1.
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~.._. ! ~/O_..?r...I _.._»~ ~....~.__..~..... _. ........ 50329 810+1 , ^ Some aspects of the measurement of flavour 0~ By D. G. LAND, Food Research Institute, Nonoich The nutritional importance of those constituents of food which contribute to flavour is not due to their fulfilling a bodily requircmcnt, but to thcjr influence on aceeptance and, therefore, consumption of food. Consequently, flavour is a factor o~ n on 0 24 5 79
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--- - TS--AN,4LlrSfsf-rratV0WWTS---sENSORF EvAi.UATrOKf ~ 50329 81pg /CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMAiOGRAPHY/.MASS SPECTROMETRY/ TP 370 Sv 1973 VOIJITILE,~ VOR CONSTITIIENTS OF P$RK CURED WITH AND YITKCCT 11ITRITD. Ir SWAIN, Jamea Karren, 19-43-- t)niversity of Nissouri - Columbia. Ph.D., 1972 Food TecLnology University Microfilms. A xFP,OX Company, Ann Arbor, Michigan / 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 s S~
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50329 809a I ., C s . . ----- --- --- - _-- - --=---=--~------=-- - . __ ----- - 1rr~..su~~ :g~3. G%I:w-al (:e3t0i't H@i.em 1'.E :'ac7^c c^. j assistamt ,;e:axa3l ee3itcr: Jiri Veaacek L;x.*'ce. Ucv Yo:.k, Perg~:on Press; diotrlba;;ccl in tia Western 1: =1s-,vhs.a by :-Sacmi ].lsa,, I:3v Yorkt V. Mus. A cs'o Sp4nsored by the Seetion on Phmr.,r-ca+W ef the Internatiionaa]. Uni.dn of Physiological 8eiQncna. ZscZudes bibliograP:atgs. Contents.- ~ -.A--_-, 0,~00t101 4S'b9
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a Or FlavoratU-Resesrch. 1 50329 8098 GrR, tiis. tl,on far Ecoacmic Co-oparati*+n araa De•ia:opc:s:ra. Directorate for Scientifi:. Affalrs. ?DI:t1:: ::iRY OP A-Ea^qAFtC'$ ON OVOir'R AM MFAS l.T'st L-IMM? ' OF (lr,iL7RS. I July 1935 73 p. Paris 0 o2~ono'a,4573
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50329 8111 . . .. ..~J3 • l_'.Ul!_v ~~'1~trA1 „ . ~.". 0 ~ X:Y ~ Je2 Flavorants--Taste-testing.* ~ (1y69): • >.!.~ ..~ .....:.fi~~ .•.~ ..r.~....R.er ~s ~, _ .,.. -,.. . ... ~ . -.~..,~.•:.._-,. ;.. f . ~ 02t~_0t10_24586
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50329 9114 1 . f DISSERTATIONS--NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY AT RALEIGH/ PEANUTS/SENSORY EVALUATI TASTE--TESTING/AROMA/1EK1~Y®RANYS FI,AYOR'UNTS•-TASTE-TEST INGI QP 456 Ou 1980' Rd,ATIONSNIP OF CHEMICAL AIO OAG/WOIEPTIC NEA,SUREMf OF RAI AUO AOASTEO PEANUTS - b ---- ., . CMINTANA 0UPA0ISSMOONN ~ A thesis subatted to the 6radwa Facutty of North Carolina State Ibtventq at Idlo1gh In partial fulttllwt of the mqY00CtorotfPM p the ~1"!! of 'ARTI1FJ/f CF FO00 SCIE9CE RALEIO/ 1loo f I 0 2t' 0 0t102 4 589
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50329 8t Rt -' Schumacher, J. N. (R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Res. Dep:, Winston-Salem, N. C., U. S.) TOBACCO FLAVORANTS. In: R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Res. Dep., papers, Winston-Salem, N. (1968-1969) - RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 IX Re. 0 t C., *1971, No. 25, W 1ll * *lm* ~ 9 6
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__.... __. ._ _.T_ _..~- ANALYSIS/- g0Tg,SENgp'l& BRALQATTOPiARoMA/TAS --TESTING--FLAVOR i ra•- -~ Jour. Ind. Brew. 80(2)1b4-73(1974) ~ 74 V Cl .., . V ~PROFILE s<< ~1S AND FLAYOUR DISCRIAIINATION ~~. ~ ~• .. .. .., . p, , . / t.. •._• . I3v F C pr ov aR J rsiry jj~arth i+et~id ationt'Vrr!, ld 3 r ~ . ~ ~. w Profile analysis can reveal and characterize flavour differences that are not revealed by difference tasting using the triangular or three-glass test, even though the same people carry out both types of test. A multiple comparison test The relative merits of profile tastinfl and difference tasting are discussed. ~ Aeariasl l?Ji.Lmura.i97Z - . Is used'in conjunction with profile analysis to reveal the size as well as the nature of perceived differences in flavour. This is exemplified by studies of the effect of adding increasing amounts of diacotyl to three different type4 of r3O.~PS beer. It may be necessary to consider not just the presence of Individual flavour notes but also their duration and order of perception in order to explain the effects of flavour potentiators, such as guanosino 5'-monophosphoric acid. Key words: ate, asoma, flaaota. lagcr, cannot detect any differences by instru- mithad mental analyses, but a difference in flavour is revealed by a difference taste-test. The : ~ Ix'rxi ivcz•iorr whole invc•stisation is repeated .s•ith the sa^.c . . . ~ , . . l. . ~ . -~ - ): . 50329 8102 .0 2 4 5 7 -- 7 0.2:41 0tV
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-1C ' ~ae.ec~~e+larK! ~±rrntrero.. • ,_ -- . :- 03.29 8106 l , , • • . -. -- ~_. ----,-- --- - -•-- , 3~ 111tlIi~UtTLt>R~ 76 V No UmIiL F. cT/ .2/ (2) : 0 -61 , 19774 A Chemscal %pproach to e'A_ r o m a t;W• Ann C. Noble Univ. of California Davis, CA •• 0 2 0 than 2.5 cm=. In response to the odor qualities similar to the four basic alatile taste qualities has led many lytical stimutus, a drop in the potcntial ef the receptor cell is produced which researchers to look for chemical or by the peripherally triggers the nerve CopyrightD1976Amencan Association of Cereal The impulse which is sent to the cortex. Chemists. Ine.. 3340 Pdot Knob Road. St. Paul. od is The flavor of a food is a function of i Despite a tremendous amount of the taste and mouthfeel as well as its ; research in the field of olfaction, the aroma. However, with the possible mechanism by which we detect the exception of products such as sweet odorant is poorly understood. The syrups, sour dill pickles or salted mechanism by which a component or pretzels, the aroma of a food is the mixture of components elicits a most important and distinctive specific response-freshly baked aspect of its tlavor. bread, barbecued stcak, a rose, a Odor is perceived when volatile skunk-is still a mystery. As components come into contact with summarized bv Hornstein and the olfactory region in the upper Teranishi (1), many elegant theories nasal passages. The sensitive area, of olfaction have been proposed. The which is heavily pigmented is less temptation to postulate basic odor o Mts D5121. P1ft nphts reservea. _ ~. ~. n o r e .
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-~'------==-y=------~_ . ----- " ~ --_ 72 VIII Le TOBACCO--:'LAVURING/ 50329 8119 . _.........~ ~~-.. -f..~.~:+:.+r.:..:....,.:. .:. -- -~, s._r. - - RJR CLASS N0. PXMPHLET 72 VIII Le Leffingwell, J. C.; Ycung, H. J.; 3ernasek, E. (R. J. Rc:yn olds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C., U. S.)- TOBACCO FiAVORING FOR SMOKING PRODUCTS. - R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C., 72 p. (1972) (in English) 1 0 *Note authors and affiliation.* t...~,.,- ,-- . .. y 02 n On024594
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50329 8128 TP 37 0 Co 1973 2c. PDDL I lc. /FLAVORA.~TS / nAV(1ttAxm---'1`+aIEIEITY'P- NATURAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES, THEIR SOURCES, AND ADDED ARTIFICIAL 141 qr FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES COUNCIL OF EUROPE . MR7UL AOREUIENT IN flIL SOCIAL AHD PUltJC HLM,fit ffEta SrRAssovuo 1973 02 0 0 0 0 24b03
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RJR CLASS NO. PAXP}ILET 72 IX Re Reynolds, It. J. Tobacco Company, Research Department, Winston-Salc::, S. u. S. R. J. Ia:Y::01.DS i0u: C00 CO:a,:::Y SEMINARS: TOBACCO AND S:SOiCE STUDY G;^,.'P 1S6Q-l 969 . R. J. Reynolds Tobac_o Co., Res. Dep., papers, Winston-Salem, N. C. (19c' 1;b9) (:n F--1ish) Series of papers presented by R. J. Reynolds Research personnel. . *1971, ::o. 25, W 11123* *1 »* ' Tobacco chemistry: ~ 020 0t102459-5 . . - -- ----, ~ --~- ---_._-_--- ----------- ~.~..-~ 50329 8120
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450329 8083 .' -..---•----- -- _ • -- ~- -- - - C1IROMATOCRAPliIC ANALYStS--F1.AVORS/FtNlD--FLAVOP.A:vlTS/FLAVORANTS--AhALYSIS : FLAVORAI3TS--FOOD/FLNVORAQiTS--GAS. CKR4MATOGRAP1iT/ . , f» Lebenetn. ttntrr+.•}~r•rh• 1;6 ~•3tt--gt5 flrqlf 75 III 1 = - ' Ur :.rbroann, . unc cn 17.1 ( I`4_-) EinGtcGc lfctltotlcn zur holicrunn und ttnrcichcruna Von Arotnit.ao(fcn am Lclicnsmittcln C3ntcr Itomere und }~,Jmund Rentter ~ 1tikhwietacbaftliche Abteiluns thY .Jestas Liebig•Uni.ersitllt Gieaen und Eatwieklungs. abteiteng der Uhlupa AC in Fricdrichsdor[ ($RD) Einreranaen an 8. Juni i9i{ • Rti=;,4.1) Simple Dkthods for Tsolation and Cot+ccntration of Flavor Compounds from Foodrl /N 3ratnrary.llrning isolation and contentration~of Na~ws from natural rroducte, the separatioa ' V ot Aavora from other sub.t•rnmn such an fats and Ilpidi reprexntaa great analytical difficidty. This paper dt•rcrihca a relative:y simple method. which allows t6e simultane•nn. scparation of /a.or auhstanccti by steam dcstillation, their extraction and concentration. Thiw methnd was applied to various fruit rowders, the results wero comimrcd with other simple metirods for the } aeaiysis of davorx 11re fiavor ooncentrates have been further separated by tneans of gaacLronu- twaphy. ZwaaraaeJaaucag. Rei der Tsolierung und Anteichetung von Aromasubstwnzen sus 'Natur• ptoduktcn besteht eine Kmontlicho analytische &hricrigkeit darin, die AromastoRo von Bcgteita substansen tric Pettcn und t.ipiden ahzutrennen. Fs wird eine relativ einfache Mcthode bcxhrie- bea, die as ermialicht, AromastoiCo Fleichzeitig durch 11•a.rerdampfdestillation abzntrennen, za estnhiatn und anzuneichern. Uie lktborio wvrde an Fnrchtiwirern erprobt, die h:rgebnisse wur- den mit anderrn einfachen Atethoden der Arorragewinnunr vcrQlichan. Die Auhrenaung der Aroma-lConzentrate erfolgte gasahromatoQrsphisch. o a o o n o 2 4'a" S 8
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T _ _ _ .- `.~ , i7Z2T7 ICY :~ - - - '- .Fi.AVdItAW'S--TOBAGCA/ COLIiARINSI YOLATILE CONSTITUEf.'iS OF CAitPfiErhOUS.CuRYF;:.OSUS AElO CARPiiEPHORUS PhN~ICUL:.i!!S Kerstin Karlsson; I'nger 4,ahlberg and Curt R. Enzell+ _, Research Department;,Swtedish Tobacco Company, P.O. Box 17007, S-10462 Stockholm, Sweden. , _... _ . . ._ . - The volatile fractions obtained from the leaves of Carphephorus corymbosus and Carphephorus paniculatus are shov:nn to be small and complex. More than one hundred and thirty compounds, the majority.of athich•were co:mnon to both species, .. were identified using GLC-MS as the main tool. These include mono- , - and and sesquiterpenoids; nor-isoprenoids, a,6-unsaturated straight- , -.. „ ._-- a 0 2 n 0 n tl 2k S 9:3 1 ' 50329 8118
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50329 8122 Bt!rger, AiAns M. Das Lurit det• atotnen, von Allzons 11. B1trgt_~. (Schweiz) BucLdruckerei Jak. Vi1ligcr a- cie, - 3'_0 p. tuos., t:,w.ts, itiah-t•s. '_3°-. Color cnrd+ mquutea on piate. 1st ed. 1'; 15 Advertising msttcar : p. 313-.3'.'0. Anhanyc (p. ^G-rR04) : k. Dai kou%ervteren, voa dr. E. Die nuhrun~,-emittelfurl:,tnffe, von J. G. 1. Fluroring e.Ceucc-& Iowa. Univ. LIbra.+.•y for Library of Cvn:;:e-is z. Title. A C J / --G~~J 0200 t1n24S97
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7 Menthol and Menthol-containing External Remedies Use, Mode of Effect and Tolerance in Children International Symposi::m, Paris, April 1966 Proceedings • Comptes Rendus • Verhandlir,igen Edited by Prof• Dr. F. H. Dost, GieBen 0 2 n4 n o? 4!i?r%f.ibr. B. Leiber, Frankfurt/M.
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-- 1 ~ ~ • -c4*t-c~~'"./ 50329 8095 . ~-7o G,/ ,. _ &4W-4a . 70-16,620 ?P 3 70 Re BERAY, Joe Gene, 1944- / 9740 FA.TORS AFFECTING ThS FLAYOR AND CO"OSITION OF FPAZE.V FRIED CHIC2MI. 1Cansas State University, Yh.D., 1970 Yood Techaology University Microfilms. A XERaXCompany. Ann Arbor. Michigan 0 2 0' 0n0 24570
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50329 8132 _.-....W _ - - .~ ..._._-~ __.~ ._...`....~.y-.r.iyr~.._.~-r. TOBACCO--PIiA1L`tACOLOGY /TOBHCCO--SMO,KE--TOXI CITY / 73 X Re TOBACCO--ADDITIVES--TOXICOLOGY/TOBACCO--FLAVORANTS/FUYORi1AITS--TOXICITY/ " 1 HUMECTANTS/TOAACCO--IiL^lECTANTS /DIETIIYLENE GLYCOL/ ~,,_... ..,,,......-S.P: _-_, " .. . . - ''JP* CLl »^S 2'0 PA'.II'I~1~1 FT 73 X Pe %t 1 . ,. . . . .. . 1 i ~ Ri:yr•olds, 1:. 3. Tob4cco Conpanv. F:i nston--Salem, rI. C. ."U. S. TOXICOLOGY OF TOBACCO ADDITIVES. A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. `' ~ " Tteynolds, R. J. Tobacco Co., Winstot,=~Saler.z, N. C., variously pagefl t ~ (1973) (in Enblish) ; ~ *Keywords:* diethylene glycol, tobacco, additive. ~ ~ i
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50329 8 112 4 xx (1969) : -1litnak, Cisela LqGD~:Ry SC2MMI'XC SEN50F,Y XEYMODGLt}CY A::A 7TS .4~'PLICAi"'ION ?0 `idE SL`ZSU:tY EV.h.i.UATIOI4 Og : RUIT JiIICES. ':zt*ra. Pad-3ratioai of Pxuit Juic. Producers f;. 29-56 (1967) ~ Je2 0 a_zn0no~4~$7
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ipicr}('s Ac ssjq 70, Rcpo U:t: - January, 1977 d. Petforminj Oraanization No ientific terature Review of viliphatic Primary Aldehvdes.l~sters and Acids in Flavor UsaQe (Supplement Z) Authot(s) . R? s. Perlorminj Orjanizatioo Name and Address 10. Ptoject/Tastc/C•oth Uoit 50329 8127 TOXICOLOGY--ACUTE TOXICITIES/FLAVORANTS--T0ICICITv Y 11. Conuact/Graot No. Washington DC 20006 . ' 223-74-2224 lZ Sponsotins Qraanization Name and Addres• . 13. Type of Report & Period U.S. Food and Drug Administration Covered 200 "C" Street, NW Final - 1920 to 19 Washington, DC 20204 iL a ~ The Scientific Literature Review summarizes the available scientific-Ifteratu~ from 1T to 1977 related to the safety of aliphatic primary alcohols,'•ai•de,hydei esters and acids in flavor usage. Chemical information, bioidgical data, and biochemfcal aaprcts of theso ct)mpounds are given in a 15 page summary containfnt 7 references. • • Flavor and Extract Manufacturers' Association I of the United States 900 17th Street, NW
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50329 5113 Flavotaata--Taste-teating. : ,3111.ii;1't-, G10816 V3CS=MSC?tVM~.CBE ^Citt~r:iJ'LACE3 Bi:R SE.*fS4:.ZSC~a` :`M '.;-i"tif9.c L~_sis for Szneorp Evatuatioa of r. Z'3t3 r.ad v-,sl1.) 1:'ti9, Z-2G (1gC,s) - Io Garrus aith , 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 5 8 8.
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------------------ 50329 8130 FLAV01A11'~~?=cnvv VIII Me 74 TOXICITY OF EUGENOL: AN ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY OR:1L-TIRC-13-8 S.P• 4- ~i` Helga B. Gerstner May 1973 `" TOXICOLOGY INFORMATION RESPONSE CENTER Work supported by the Toxicology Informatioa Program, I ~ ~ National Librarqgr Medicine, National Inst t tes of H~ea.i~t ~~Z~-~ccc<,, , Department of.Kealth, Education, and Welfare ~ M,4' ~'j u~ideYNLM Interagency Agreement No. 40-274-71 OAK RIDGE NATIONAL LABORATORY 3`'' • Oak Ridge, Tennessee 37830 operated by UNION CARBIDE CORPORATION for the U. S. ATOMIC ENERGY COMOMISSION 14y-- ov+~"~'ry~ C s , -. ,,~,,,_...--.. ~ .....,.-..,,. ,.,- .~.r. .. . .,....-~ 0 2 n 0 n n ~ 4 6 0:5 -
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+ F7avari,ng i f<- ' :JE%G` Flavornnts 50329 8146 0 7_ O Q ~ A 2 4 6 2 1
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_._.a..•~~...~ L . j YIII Pie4-73 S.P. . Proc. of the 3rd Nordir. Aro:na S}-t.^.p. 1E2-202 (1972) SL"_.M ASPE(:TS OF TUE TOXICOLOGY OF tiATURAh A~iL Sl::'•"1;.^•~TIC FLAVUCIRI.NG Ar."NTS. ~ ! i Joui:o Tucaisto Deperta:e:it of PharWaeology.: L'nivcrsity of I:alsin:ti, Finland ' 1. Gana•r ~2 t. { :. ' . "Ail t:;ir.ds are poisons, for there is nothir•c qualitics. It is only the dose which e,akes a without poisonous thing a poison". This tentence of Philippus Aureolus Theophrastus Bombastus von Ho%on}hrir_, better known Paracc.sus, welt i1ls+strates our basic 50329 8131 _ b difficulty in.toxicolobry. It is r.ot possible to categorize natural or synthetic inaterials as either poisonous or safe. xo have to ma;ce a decision as to b.ow poisonous they are end at what dvsate levol.' . . ' . : . . •. • . As f:.r u5 druPs arc concerncd, it is gencrr,lly reusonnbly to a:.t=e deci:ioa ne to their sLfety, P: ~•! rr,: t:nt .. . -. n .. . .- .. _ , n /l . -!~.. 1 0 2 d 0 n0 2 4 6 0 6
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Relations structure-activite des substances sapides OQ !40111~ per le Proteaseur A. Soucherte. U.F.RA des Sciences pharmaceutiqaes et btoloQiques, 38 - Grenbte (Conf#rence prononcde S la 4t Table ronde • do PAromatisation. Grenoble, 12 octcbre 1973) (') ' Summary d.. J-o w1nMlnli.wJ~ •d.. wnAf Ys..M..I . 020 0-0 0 2 4•6 1
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50329 0144 lilii).7OCPJ^.Y:i1 OF 1:EPl:i:: iS r.NJ I'1:1''r.RS Av4ilat,l,c~ fr:.r., t::e Food &. Flavor Secti.on I,ife Sciences Division Arthur ll. 3 --ttle, Inc. February 1972 1. 3i:OC1iUR3: -- SERVICES TO THE FOOD INDUSTRIES (ADL Food & Flavor Section) 2. FROC1iCFZI: -- SERVICES TO THE COSMETICS AND TOILETRIES INDUSTRIES: "You can't judge a book by its cover ..", (ADL Food & Flavor Section) .,3. ADDING ZEST TO FOODS, L. B. Sjostrom, Journal of the American Dietetic Association, March 1959, Vo1. 35, No. 3. ~4. AIR CONDiTIO\I:;G COIL ODORS, A. B. Hubbard, N. Deininger, and F. Sullivan, 1,S}:::A Journal Section, Heating, Piping & Air Conditioninp, :.955. 0 2 ~ 0 n Q 24 6 1 9
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50329 8116 TS 198 Cu 1972 PDDL pLAVoRM"D-lrfNAt:80/ENCAPS ULATI ON /PATENTS /- Tb8ACC0--FLAVORING/CIGARETTF.S--FILTERS/ Capsule Technology and MicroencaPsulation : ..M ; w utcho ~ ' " ~rc~ Thirty-Six Dollars ~,9 6 .~+.. NOYES DATA •CQRPORATION' •.. Noyes Bui!ding • ! p17~L Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656, U.S.A. f ~~' ?~ 1: 'f~ ... . ,.., r... ., w. ~ C~y E~ ,~ 1F V 1~ i~ ,. . an. 1i.~w i 1
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z c q b z o u0 U.c o , ~ (4s6Y -qva) L6Y•55T ro~j3 ;r:al; cM.+ct(j r 1 bi8 6Z£oS
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50329 8151 . VIII Me -78 S.P. 4 _ RJR CLASS NO. Pl1M1'HLET ' ' Triest, F. J. (Stephan Chem. Co., Maywood, N. J., U. S) FLAVORING MATERIAL FOR TOBACCO. j World Tobacco Symposium, speedh, Rome, 1977 (in Englisl,) ' ,'May I repeat that no suggestion is made to do away with orient_;1 I I leaf in the form it is cured, worked, shipped, marketed and used { today. As.we have seen, the bulk material which would replace t oriental leaf, the flavor itself, and the. methods of possibLe app?i ~ cation have not yet beez developed to the point O,ere a proven- ~ technology would take over. Despite irtany efforts in this directio, ~ . ; the amount of research required, makes an early solution of the ~ problem unli):ely.-Z-L-~-__ O 2 6 d n n2 4 6~ 6 i
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TS 2240 Gu 1972 Or. p 'pfl L CCO/kF.h'T'riOL--TOBACCO/ AR0:4A/ 50329 8117 TOBACCO--FLAVORIX,GS/.PATENTS/ TOBACCO--PATENTS/ BIBLIOGRAPHY-TOBACCO/ FLAiLORANTS--BIBLIOGRAPHY • Tobacco Flavorina Substances ~ and Methods .1972 Sidney Gutcho Twenty-Four Dollars 0 2-n 4 n o 24 5 9 NOYES DATA CORPORATION 11oy'a 6u;lcin4 Park Ricye, New Jermy 07666. U.SA. I
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50329 8134 : ~ • '. UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION ' WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION/ TOBACCO--ADDITIVES--MENTHOL/ f SWEETENERS/ MENTHOL--PHARMACOLaGY/ FLAVOBANTS--TOXICIT7G/ TOXICOLOGY-ACUTE TOXICITtES/ CYCLAMATES/SACCHARIN/ XX UnG6-76 TOXICOLOGICAL EVALUATION * OF SOME Geneva, 21-28 August, 1967 FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES AND NON-NUTRITlVE SWEETENING AGENTS FAO Nutrition Meetings Report Series No. 44A WHO/Food Add./68.33 MENTHOL--TOXICITY SEE MENTHOL--PHARMACOLOGY/ FLAVORING ESSENCES • SEE ~.AVU~tT ,,/l~J , 0~ 6
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5032q S1y3 . t ~....! .. ~c. ~X/iJ.Gf -7.11.p ~y4 Relations structure-activite des substances sapides 1*' * par le Professeur A. 8oucherle, Centre do Recherches sur i'Aroma:isation. U.E.RL des- Sciences pharmaceutiques et biologiques, avenue do Verdun, 38240 Meylan , O...n.0 2 -_A- 6-
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S',Lsssrca :eport fia. rr2. r~RQ~ ra'Cs,? , J, Berl irm- e::d S 'c•iti 0 - . ~ .~._..........d:_~T,...~.;~. ,~: f+3v Yce& 02 n 4 ~?t~ 24 62T
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Q 147 Ch 1978 A Publication Of The CHEMICAL S OURCES ASSOCIATION 900 17th Street, N. W. PDDL Washington, D. C. 20006 . A1l'-Rights reserved. No portion of this publication may be reproduced or utilized in any form or by any means, electronic or mechanical, including electrostatic or photocopying, recording, information storage or retrieval systems, or computers, without prior permission in writing from the publisher. ' Although some of the material in the Flavoring Ingredient Suppliers Listing is available elsewhere in one form or another, it is available nowhere else as arranged here. It is especially the organization and presentation of these facts in a format designed to offer speed of reference which is original in this publi- cation. The collection, computation, and verification of information has been done carefully and represents a significant employment of staff time and resources. @1978 Chemical Sources Association, 900 17th Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20006 ~ ~ ., . , . +. 0 2 0 .0 2 4 2 4b•25 ~
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mp ~370 5o ~2c. I ;-. F2avorant*--loxicif~ 50329 8133 ScwoCyi, J. C. ed. ,iIINC; C=.wiTTi3:.:-l5 IN FOODS, Froceedari6:z ai the £ou: f:h Sy=:pob3+un of the Group of Europ :un :iu:.ii.Liva iivi.a in H::meanliruia, June 2-G, 1965, by ,T. C. gm ogyi and P. Roiae, eas. 126 Pagea : . iCarger New York 0 2 O6 n A2 46 48_
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THRESHOLD VALLES DATA Seasory Evaluatioa af Matcrials aud Products ,~;ERICAN SOCIETY FOIt TESTiNG AND MATERIALS &VW DATA SERIES DS 48 Wt pioe 523.00 0S-01i000•76 AWM[CAN SOQETY FOR 7ESTiNG AND MATERIALS 1916 RAx Siceet. Pai7adelphia, Pa.19103 I%, ~` ~ ~ ~~f~ lLAYD 'EVftUMi0WSI?NSES AND SENSATION/ TASTE---T'ESTING/ b 8 50329 8107 " 4~ 73t COMPILATION OF W. R S?AHL T ODOR AND TASTE McConnKr& CAk,1Rc..&wmem.M& SpAnsortd by aia s T ~ Cummittee E-18 on 0'zQ4t1a2, 4~ , J
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COtJI CIL OF EUROPE .. :. 50329 8136 .. . • ~ _ . Q. ~ •. ~.. , f~T 1;•1 THF SOCIAL AND PUBLIC HEALTH FIEL PARTIAL AGI,FEr~Etv TT ` Wl AT, NeT;TRAL:. A1"113 nlti,•••,_.-- , : ,-..; ~. ~ . : .. . _- .. ; _. • . .. • . . . '~~ .. _- . . . . . ~ . . . r S ""~ sUBSFkNc - _~-= ~ ~~IG 0~ _.._-. _ .. . .___~. . . _ . : :~`LAV ~AS0L1RG S 1\17 A~A"~~/'./.~~"1{~(~]~ 9 ~// .I!~ a J~ I .'. ~ . ._ . • . . r`..'. . . . . _.. ... .. . _ . ~ .. . . Ls.. . . - . . .. , .
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50329 8i37 1 . . .. TP EUROPE-=FLAVORANTS/FOOD--FLAVORANTS/Ff.lIY4T...._- _ _..>.~---USAG.E~ LEVEt~1 983 FOOD--ADDITIVES--RLGULATIONS/ Co ~PDDL NATURAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES, { THEIR SOURCFS, AND ADDED ARTIFICIAL FLAVOURING SUBSTANCES MATIERES AROMATISANTES NATURELLES • LEURS SOURCES, ET MATItRES AROMATISANTES ARTIFICIELLES AJOUTEES COUNCIL OF EUROPE i 4 rARTw. aortEEMENr IN 1HS socuL AND Yt7B1]C HEALTH HELD CONSEIL DE L'EUROPE 02 n Ac102 4b t 2 . AaooaD rA1trIFI. DANS i6 DowARM socul. IT Dt u sAM'i ?UauQUE . SnASMUM IM /l7y Cc:~•;a•.p~ /Z o,6,erfx /I ~ - ,--•r..+s..-T-...-.,.,.s•..
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. 50329 8145 s RX Flavoring.1 Ka .10VsNational Rcaearch Council. Food Protcction Committee. The use of chemical additives in food processing. Zt'nsh- ' ington, National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council, 1956. "1, 91 a 25 cm. (Nattonal Research Council. Publication 8f)8) "Compiyea by the Food Technology 3uboommittee of the Food Pro- tection Commlttee." 1. Food indnstry and trade. 2 Food-Analysls• r. Title: Chem- /cal additires in food Droceastn& u. Title: Additives In food proces- eini• (Swim) TXli46.N8 0, b6-80024 Lbrarq of Confrer PUDi
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__ - - -~--- - 50329 8149 . SchPd. i , Vol.. 8 United .^•tstes Tariff Comnisaion SU:OlAAIFS OF T:ADE AND TARIFF INI'OMATION, PXCP/,RED IN TEPUMS OF THE TAFcIFF SCHEDULES OF 'T'HE UNITED STATES (TSUS) .Sched.1, Vo1s. /-/ = Sched. 2, Vo1s. /- :;7 Sched. 3, Vo1s. 2, ~-~- Sched. 4, /c,::)$^-hed. 5, Vols. Sched. 6, Vols.l,y 4,~,/d Sched. 7, 9o2s. 1966 '01% Vols. Washington, D. C. o~n onoza.b?a 0
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FLAVORANTS--CIIEMISTRY/PLtVORAti'rt--$ENSOIi LRALOATIoo 79 III Ba ,1 1+LAVOttArfTB--vew Ca::.7tL1SOC=1Y Z Lebensm. Unters. Forsch.169, 9-161197!) Niedermolekulare Inhaltsstoffe von Raucharoma-Prapaiaten Werner Baltes und Ingeborg Soc~tig Institut fur Lebensmittelchemie der Tec nischen Universitit Berlia, Miflkr-BreslawStr. 1% D1P000 Berlin t2 Low Molecular Ingredients o oke Flavour. m Preparations Summary. The composition of 12 smoke flavour prep- arations from different manufacturers was analysed by gaschromatography on glass capillary columns. 70 compounds were identified by mass spectrometry and the most important representatives of the phenolic fraction were determined quantitatively. Sensory qual- ities of some characteristic compounds are described. 0 Zusammenfassung. 12 Raucharoma-Praparate ver schiedcner Hersteller wurden mit Hilfe der Glascapil- largaschromatographie auf die Zusammensetzung ih- rer tluchti=eTjnhOtss{,qffe ter~;pchL D"4~ 70 Komponcnten tfur~>! K~p1ftFF ~1~ spektrometrie identifizicrt und die • ~ 50329 8100 /L~'~-+yt a~'vZi den heute vorwiegcttd in osteuropaischen LSndern und den USA zum Aromatisieren u.a. von Wurstwaren angewandt. Da die toxikologische Gcsamtsituation noch nicht gekl'ar1 ist, hat die BRD bisher nicht nach- gezogen. Ausnatimen bilden lediglich Rauchersalze und -dextrosen usd auch Rgucherschinkenaroma, die vom Gesetzgeber als geraucherte Lebensmittel be- trachtet und nicbt als Rauchkondensate (RAK) aufge- faLit werden. Da aufgrunl der lebensmittelrechtlichen Bestim- mungen die Anwendung von RAK's im Lebcnsmittel analytisch nachaisbar und eine sichere Unterschei- dung zur konventionellen Riiucherung moglich sein :no, beschaftigaR wir uns seit geraumer Zeit mit der 'UFftersuchung sflicher Produkte [1]. Wie wir hierbei feststellten, enthalten RAK's eine Anzahl verschiedener :•
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50329 8148 4s, 2r/.;r xI ._.._.~„r~...-.. . --•-..-_~._. _ . __._..~,.,..,.._~..-~.... -..--Trr.t...~....~;.~..+....:.v.. s -. • I O~~~ct02462 :3.
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50329 8126 • , . . ~ , .. 73 X ReZ-84 Jour. Food Safety .1 (1979No.4 275-93 S.P. TOXICITY OF SPICES CONTAINING METHYLEIVEDIOXYBEVZENE DERIVATIV ES: A REVIEW ROBERT L. BCCNMAN ' Drpertmtent of A'atrttton & Food Sciences ' Drexel Unirtaity `~ AkpQdelphia, Pennsy~raeia 19104 rt ~ : BeaeMed for Pubticatjon May 15, 1979 A iNTRODUCTION jtrides have been made in identifying environmental and work-related "polluthnts that are potentially carcinogenic. However, there has been a ' ~wring the past several years, there has been an intense study of the ~ etiology of cancer. As a result of the President's "war on cancer," great significant lag in identifying the relationship between diet and cancer etiology. This lack of information includes both data on the retation- ft between dietary status and susceptibility to carcinogens, and the ~ ddez~foK of~pepfic dietary components that have carcinogenic -_ otooerties. rn th~' laLter cateQory, scientific and qovernmental interest -oi fo..od additives
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50329 8159 Flavora:-aad. spice& see Flavcrants i ~ 2 A Q n o~ 4 6 3 4
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-~---..-~,-._.- f_ 50329 8164 4 .. .~.F.~. I RR MeC6-» s•;nternational Organization , of the Flavour Industry BASIC FEATURES OF MODERN 1RAVOC!!q, REGULATION Geneva, May 1976 0 1 0 4 2 0. 0 n 0 -2 :4 6-~-.T-9. i
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~.~...--~ 50329 8157 ._. __..._ ~ xx - MeF (1970)R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and S•P• Product Develcpment Departments, Science Information Divicion ADDITIVES, INGREDIENTS, INCLUDING - UNDESIRABLE CONSTITUENTS AND OTREP.. D 303. SPICES & OTHER NATURAL FLAVORANTS, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division, and LeRoy Mezk 1970 A collection of materiel Winston-Salem, N.C. r : . . :; ... r wv,.+o .~ 0 20 1 nn02 4 6;3~
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50329 8138 I FYavorsnta. : ilsw Uk"ljl--A Flavor. iug F:ctract HRnuYsc~u:°tru' Aseoci.ntlcn M~r..~t W =11Uj= MAG$ zt:r"'J. photo from: Food Sechnol. ~2 (No. 2s pt. 2) 155•iy? (Feb. 1965) : ,,..,.y,,.,....,._..-._,_._.....,~-r-..~, _ . . C,. 02n 0 fl 0' 24'611.,
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RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TP 958 Sc 1981 Schreier,P. (ad.); FLAVOUR '81.' . Weurnan Synposiur+ Proceedings of the International Conference, 3rd.Munich, Ger..81.2 c. Walter de Gruyter.New York, NY.81.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1559 8170] l 0~ 0 0 ~ 0 2 4 6 4 9
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4 . rAO) 33 -7-1 (l97~~ - ,o XX/10GF6 ~~s V _ • FLAVORS AS P_ERFUMES~ ew."0- r. SomP aspects of the close association between gustation and olfaction By F. V. Welis* T IS ALLEGED that a certain ~ famous gourmet refused to dine in the company of women be- cause their perfumes "spoil the flavor of the food and the bouquet of the wine: '(1) This assertion not --I-• the close rela- in many parts of the world, led by the U.S.A., coumarin is no longer permitted for use in foodstuffs. Taste is concerned with a special- iied diffctbntiation of the common chemical sense, whereby four main sensations: sweet, sour, salt and 02 0 0 no24-6 3 3'' - ~ ~ ~... ~.. ~-.,~...... S e - the flavor is pcrccived by the nrsr. As Moncrieff puts it (2): "Most L_f the discrimination attributed to W.: palate is really performed by the factory membranes." Which r . minds us that while gourmets nza. certainly be found, as one is lri., ; in the - ranks of bil•ta:%:>
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81 III Go ,wn srr.n. 4tlaw72s t REVIEW OF T EWLAVOU96CONTRIBUTING VOLATILES I AND WA -SOLUBLE NON-VOLATILES IN PORK ~ ~EAT AND DERIVED PRODUCTS i V. M. OauArow & Yu. N. LYAitOYRAYA ?Ik Alt-llNm A/ert Rnearch bwtnae. A/arear. USSR (Raeiv.d: 27 July, l979) In relation to the probkm of ineat flavour, volatile and minor non-volatile components of raK•, cooked and pre-cured cooked pork meat (carbonyls, sulphur compoands, volatile fatty acids, alcohols and other aolatiles, nucleotides and their decomposition products, free fatty acids) are considered. Quantitative changes frr some of the components, as e,,a•ected by technological treammnts such as heating, curing and cwring and heating, are compared. The possibility of evaluating the quality of heated cured pork products by the hydrogen sulphide/mercaptan ratio is indicated. 0 2 A d A 0 2 4 6 3 7
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J--, 50329 8163 XEt`f"ritt<)~`gt?!1, - - , .. . ; _ 1-0 : ~ 7/' lil Re.~z- 7rs .? . Metabolism in the Rat of Some Pyrazine Derivatives having 4*w61tl4mportancc in roods~=~~~~~~ e..~,~ ,..~.~...~ GABRIELLE HAWKSWOR'I'II• and RONALD R. SCHELINR Department of PharmaeuloFy, School of Medicine, University of 13crgen, A1PH-13yggct, 3000 13crgcn, Norway. (Received 19 December 1974) r. / . .~ V! r t )Y].( 1. The metabolism of several alkyl- and alkoxy-substitutcd pyrazines in the rat has been investigated. 2. Alkyl substituted compounds were oxidized to the corresponding acids which were excreted in the urine as such or as their glycine conjugates. The extent of oxidation was reduced when two adjacent alkyl groups were present. In the latter case ring hydroxylation also occurred. Aiethoxy-substituted pyrazines underwent O-dcmethyfation and ring hydroxylation. 3. Little or no biliary excretion of the pyrazincs or sheir metabolites occurred. 4. Some preliminary results on the metabolism of 2-isobutyl-3-methoxy- w....._._.. ..1... _-..._ _L_~.. ._._.._ f1_.._..- ---.._....----- -f L _.. . . . . . . 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 6 3 8 , 'l 7.'.'
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76 III Bl ------- 50329 8160 CHEMISTRY--COMPUTERS COIPUTERS/ . .A FORTRAN Programme to Aid in the Detection o~'- Changes 'Ve- G Nswte. Blakesley National Food Research Institute. Council for Scientific and Industrial Research, . P.O. Box 393, Pretoria (South Africa) Lsbew,.wir ...ra#ad.. a, 26s Nn tt4~st Rec+ehed Mmrh 7. 1973: Accepted April S. 1975, !wt 334) A computer programme in FORTR.t N 6ar been prepred to aid in kcoting those oerot oJtotal lon ge/nu chromatograms where daf/'erencer occur in the ge potternx This method li rrry taitoble for detecting chemical differencet between duJlorour oJone romp/e •nd another. lratroduetio. A recurring problem in our laboratory is the determination of the chemical differences between the flavour of one sample and another. This problem ariaes in many ways. For example. a food product has developed an off-flavour due to con- taminalion. Or. one is interested in the fiavour changes during ripening, processing or storage of a food. Tbe normal solution 1o these problcm.c is to prep-ire an extract of the contaminated 0 2 o0 n n z463 9 . 3 The total ion data for each ae run. On most computerized jC/ms systems, it is possible a have a list o1' total ion data from a periodically scanned gc run placed onto paper tapc. magnetic tape or disc. If the input formats are properly matched, this can be used directly as data input fur the programme. 4 An attenuation factor. Higher number% for this factoryie1J a smoother baseline for output data in options lii) or wit below, but also give a lower sensitivity for Jetectin?
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50329 8154 7;0 The International Wine and Food Society's Guide to .~ 7~ 54 %-110 HERBS, SPICES ~P,as`.r.Zcc.C jLcr.a. ~ . s; AND FLAVOURINGS , by Tom Stobart, B.sc.Hons o~ n o. n, n '~j1lu~ratknsBy l~an Garrard
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50329 8176 3CIP"•'3A s ':. SMRsA aLiVir4Ld7. 4v~.Zea.s~ PR.iit (Flavour9.va b•,:xZt~ tc'oac-** by i=,oraicm.) ?ud. A1f.^:ent. Fr-AUs@k Veo-I:ale 15 (:'o, 45/7) 314•16 (a:,ize•Ju:y 1964) • in pt-manic.n. jo. --•~-*•- 6 0 2 00 no 2 4'bS l
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50329 8185 ~~ RJR CL1+SS I:O. 1:.:ic'HLGi r o ~!11 Lo 78 VIII Lo London Broadc•asting Company, London, Ct. Brit. FLAVOURED CI(:ARETTES. : London Broadcasting Co., transcript of After Lunch Special, Sept. 19, 1977) (in English) -:-: _ - 1 Discusses new British law allowing flavouring of cigarettes inc]vii,,s; those made from tobacco substitutes. Heavy anti-tobacco bias. ozn 0 no2 4 be.o
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-~ - ~~r--- - - _ . . ' if Ro (~.969)Aoh2~, ~::r.::aca d. - ~ 24~ t'L.f~'~ fltl 0~ C~:LfCa L-!%'P8. Food Fror:sss MurSwC3rig 38 (igo. 448) 22-17 (1969) .i t. U ~!~10 A0 2 4b5Q.
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56329 8173 . 0 „ . • . 'M&f Wvmr-eKhedda heese ' ' 76 S II P Re2-77 ~ ' E W. EVANS AND L. A. MABBtTr . . . In[roduc~ioa , / Cheddar cheese is made in large quantities in many countries: Australia, New Zealand, Canada. U.S.A.\ United Kingdom. Ireland and, more reccntly. Holland and France. The wholesale value of Cheddar produced in Europe in 1969 was about F1000m. In the United Kingdom alone about 125.000 tonnes was produced in 1972-73, representing about 60"/0 of all the cheese made here during that period and amounting to an annual wholesale value of about t75m. Investment in the production of Cheddar cheese is therefore very high and world wide. , Some 50 ycars ago Cheddar cheese was usually made from raw milk in small (100-200 gal) vats in the farmhouse dairy. Since then production has gradually moved for economic reasons to larger creamvries where the milk is usually heat treated and made into chccse in large (10Q0-2000 gal) vats; about 9Q% of the Cheddar cheese produced in the Unitcd Kingdom is now made in this way. The move to commercial production has been accompanied by the introduction not only of the heat treatment of milk but also of ' ~ automation aQt~al h.~ bc~n'pst Svery~sta~ of the process. As a result (it is said) the flavour of (~hc~arghc m o uniform, less intense, and less attractive. When the customer has a choice of food commodities_and therc. are no large price _____ ._ t_S_ ._.}Ihr_____-J ___ .t__ _ - ~ _•__2 . ___- - \~~ Q11'J
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: - - - -_...,....... ...._ --------- 50329 6192 . THE RITISH F000 MANUFACTURING INDUSTRIES RESEARCH ASSOCIATfON~ .~...... ~ . 72 3X Dr-i9 ~ Numb.r 5 C1sim F. Kinq. B.Sc. . CONTENTS INTRODUCTION ... . . . DEFINITIONS ... . ... INTERNATIONAL ORGANISATIONS ... Councii of Europe ... ... . . ~ ~ Joint FAO/WHO Expert Committee on Food Additives ... EEC ... ... ... ... NATIONAL LEGISLATION ... 0 2 0""""09V 24 ... ... ... ... ... ... ... ... w.st G.nrmy VfOOD LEGISLATION SURVEYS April 1978
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----„"'.------•~--- , : --~~_- - _____- - -- ~ 50329 8179 $-l00 21 (iRkborQ 16, Sweden I s/p XX 1teF-D-781<-7 j,,,Ottr or for the food producer? JW& a. &0- 110e. D.191.1asaa3 (,!7a)Prr 6s 'arme BY E. VON SYDOW _ BuedsaA Iradituia for Food PseaernaKon ReaeascA (r81.1E) Faek, 'Optimization of flavour of industrially prepared food products is to a large extent a matter of preserving the flavour of the ingredient raw materials or of a freshly cooked item following the principle of the closer the resemblance, the better the flavour. This will be an increasingly important principle in the 1980s, partieularly conaidering the con- tinuously rising volume of industrial food preparation and of large-scale oat4.ring operations - developments which will make flavour preservation more difficult. In the 1980s, food product development and food production will to a larger extent be based on novel combinations of raw materials of a con- ventional or unconventional nature. The rationale behind these combina- , 0 t r 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 6 5
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50329 8191 RJR CLASS N0. TEXTBOOK TP 370 Co Council of Europe.Strasbourg, France. FlA~TlIRk..-8UBSTANEE6--AND~ NA,7URA1`. SiNJREEB. W Fi.AVOURiNGA 1974 ed..(5 c.)f 1981 ed. (2 c~1 1974 ed. entitled, "Natural Flavouring Substances, Their Sources, and Added Artifical Flavouring Substances" Council of Europe.Strasbourg, France.(IN s ENG.) ISN = 5503 i 0 2 0 0 eo2 4 666 i
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uw_ 50329 8165 ...~•. - ----t Volume 13 JOURNAL `" s , , c?F THE • oN OF PUBLIC ANALYSTS )kternational.~"i~rr•Le~'slation--A Review ..as» ~ . by J. J. JR4xa1s (Food Industr3es Lk»ited, Bromborough Port, Wirral, Cheshire) This paper w•as tead on 7.May 1974 at an International Seminar entitled 'P,asic Asoes~ts of t'Iavouring', held at the c:entrat College of German Confectionery Tndr, 5o!ingea, Germany. United Kingdom ~--- •-- -- ---~c- --....~-~---- ~--: L- ---•__• _e e------- ---'_ ... _ .._ .._... oa00no:t,4b40
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. _,.. : . ~ ~. .~ ~ - ~ . • ~ ,t. :~l . 50329 8189 . • . .- • . t.~' ' . .. FIELD LI~ HEALTH PARTIAL AGItEEN[EIvT IN THE SOCIAL AND PUP. L A T AND AAtilr,ra~.ana. ' iIIR A -.~.. __. _-~---- ~ -- . - . STRASF~OUKG ~ . : . •. .. 4:i~c)~6 4 ~ - .. _ . ~ • . ... :~...
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50329 8177 . Flavour .._- rea Llon, 71 I. A Critical Evaluation II. The Anatomy of Flavour Creation MARV/N K. COOK* In the first portion of tlre article, Mr. Cook discusses the 'anratcui flavoirrisl and his creative efforts in the flavour field, while in the sccond portion the Gasis outlying the forrnulation of flavours is discusst-d and the steps necessary to formulate a first-c/ass flavour. 1. A CRITICAL EOALZ.7%1`8 n 0 2 4 bimlinF in organic chemistry, plus a keen nosc and a ncspite the fact that llnvours rrprescnt a rclatively minor .. _livcty irnaginati.m. FurtL•cn»orc. practical cxlnricncc aitli --- 4f
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C, 0F S ar :E FLavoUc:IrsG'SUeSrANcES ANIo ~ I . treod and AQrleulturo Oraanlsatlon of tho Ynltad Nations World Health OrO.nisatlon $• 0 ., 1507 ~Jta~. ~ h_~ 02. -n An (1246bS . 9 r 50329 8790 :. ; <
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50329 816s 76 III Sc4 ~ G,rsc:hrunu~lorrapl,ic, determinntion of vointile components of fermented lrevorn(;es.~IV.: ~lphurcontaininh ~ lll~i~, oni nents in I: rr ' ~ r pu t ~ Jahrgang 2a treti~/t97s Schrcier/DrawertlJunker Schwelelhaltige Aroinakonr onente~n d•rx l3i p cres ,, P. Schreier, F. Drawert und A. Junker 1 r ~w~~ Gaschr6ma#ographische Bestimmung der Inhalfissto#fe von ~..7~r~r~gsge`r~niten Schreier. P.. Dra.~ert, F., und Jwtker, A.t Gaschromut phic determination or volatile components of fernunte verages. 1V.: Sulphur cmttuining flavour components iu - arxuwtssenscha(C 28. rrr.3, 73-70. 1975 s IV. Schwefelhaitige Aromakomponenten des Biere _ ~----~--~-•. 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 b 4 3 ucetic acid 3(methylthiol-prupyl ester 5-I,;o ,,); 1. 7-o ; within tho foilowing lintits: mvthionol 3-I5-:3175 Yq l (Mht•t<t beers), 'Alt'-bcers) the determined values fluct pilsbeers. dietbecrs. dark ;.tron- bcors. top-ferrnentcd i beers of different types /light hrgcr becrs, light Export b been determined gaschromatofirnphir,Ily with an rrtts: flame photometric detector (Pf U) ,rfter having hoen eru•r by liquicl-Ilquid-exrrnctirm. In two series with 31 an (Methionol) and acetic acid 3-rhnethylthio) propyl ester BC 361 Sulphur, sulphur compounds Tho sulphur contnining compounds 3-finethylthio)-l-pro; extent there are cnnsiclerabic• elifferences between the .•ar types o( bcer, pnrticul.,rly the top-fermentccl beers r~- bcers) are diffc•rin[; from the group of the bottortt-feruicr beers. lheso c1ilTerences are bncked up st:,tistic;,lly. contents of the tested 'Alt'-bcers are not in rhe s.,me r~ of magnitude as in the top fermented beers, but tl,cy cd bhow much higher concentrations than the bottum-fenmir beers. Full details of the foundations of the t;nschromatngr,,, determination are given for aqueous solutions and beer
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FRVIN7. .00P XX MeP-F-504-16 50329 8153 197a (~ 7) 33-36 "<~q 7.~- ) : Ar(p~~~.tlsatzol~t A,pp~rocl2e d'1112e. I~ICthOC~o~.4~i~ H. P1l. GElTTEFOSSE L'aromatisatiop d'une sp c a iffpfiarmaceu- tique constitue une approche d6licate dont fes resuttats attPndus sont importants puis- qu'its conditionnent, en partie, 1'accepta- tion du m6dicament par un pub!ic d6ter- minA. Selon 1'age des patients concernes, selon .les habitudes, 1'crientation de cette aromatisa!ion change ; A. VERAIN et M. RO?1ZET (1) ont prdsent6 les r6sultats d'une er•ciuete faisant mention des prefdrences cifacto-gustatives locales dont it faut tenir compte solon les pays. Cette orientation dtant relativement d6finle par le sen ice • marketing -, ' le galdniste bute Imm6diatement sur un certain nombre de proL-l6mes : ta perception, 1'6valuation du fond de saveur de la tormulation 6tudi8e. Deux cas ' peuvent ' a(ors se prdsenter : a) lo fond de saveur resto ononyme sans dqminante du type sal6, acic±e, sucr6, ou amer. Ces cas sont rares. • b) le fond de saveur est toint6 d'une domi-- nanto, acide, sai6e nu.amero. Le masquage. est une premie3re op6ration 6 tenter, pour laquelto la perception, 1'dvaluation de ce;te saveur fondamentale sont requises. Les techniques de masquage proprement dites ont W commcntdes d6jA (2), nous ne tiai-. terons pas ici do ce point. . IE .~.......~-..: J4pp ur aromatiser, 11 taut non seute- ~ ._:.....,we.ir_ da. mhlanae _A.
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50329 8197 4 SMOBING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/TOBACCO--SlyORING--PSYCHOLOGY/ 76 XI Wa-77 S.P. ' . RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 XI Wa-77 s.p. ,~ ~~.~ . : . . . : . . . : . . (Cit v. N. C., Chapel Hill, N. C., U. S.) SMOKERS WITH INGRAINED HABIT MORE SUCCESSFUL AT QUITTING. Univ. N. C., (Flaxaan, J.) News Release, Chapel Hill, N. C. (1977) (in *Abstr. int _ _ - The smoker ~%v1w's trying to kick an ingrained habit has a better chance of success than one ~Nbo smokes to relar, according to a iresearcher at the University of l~orth 'M i11 1 H / . ~ ~rolina at . e .. _ _ . .. . .. ~ . ..__ _.... ~.._..~~_ _.~r_.. ._._ __ .. .. . :a ..._. . 0 2 0 0 n 4 2 4 6 7 10 Winston-Salem Sunday Journal 1977, p. B-2 (July 17, 1977)*
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1 ~• /• I ~ . y~69~~ Iq71 ,:..,." ,~ ~; Jf'~~1SES -ii:..YAM, .. ; , 4-io Parker Publishing Co., Inc. Wcst Nyacl:, N. Y. 0'. . n _a a_ q 6 7 7 - 50329 8202
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_ , . _ . , __.. .:. ~...._.------- ^- ,.,,..-A--.~.,.,..:.,..._ -i-- - - . ._~._ Fl.AYORANTst Te20~..~s1 50329 -&A w ws+w -0, 7-2 &A . L ~ ~ - 325 - F) -~--~ l 81 V C a rrrt"M' PIWUaWr MW CaNCst rM Aacun~`"~ sttl-ru"n iat To *WSW t er notvwaq ~!~! Cale~altt~Y~ ~,~~ ~i~orre PsoruaO D. J. Casimir sad F. H. Whitfield Food Researcb L.lwratory, CSIItO Dtvisiaa ot Food Researcb, Mortb Rirde, x. a. W. 2113/AUS Certain volatile toastitwsts of a food are Uopostant to its sensorr propert'.e: and are vital to maloe coosnmption of tbis food a pteasuraDle experience. 14 !h- dqaN for tb't separation and idmti!leatloa of the volatile components occur. ;ng In toods btve advanced rapidb over recent years as indicated by the large vol- ome of published worit. However, addies rel4tiog the contributton of individual aroma eomparo6to the overall aroma pro[ile of the food bave been relatively t 0 2 0 0 0 02 4 6 9 6
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50329 8166 44 , Die Nabrnag ?A, 2,19g0.113-127 Dep.rttnent of Food Chemistry (Department Chairman: Prof. Dr. J. DAMnat, DrSo.), Prttgu. Institute of Chemical Technology. Ptague, CSSR ao III ro Effect of ; ovmjng reactions on the formation of,~~ substances . f I l. PoataNY Nonenzytaic browning reactions aa usuany accompanied by side reactions resulting in the rormation of various flavour substances. The amount of volatile flavour compounds is very low in comparison with that of brown pigments. Flavour compounds aro formed from intermediary reaction products by several secondary reactions: 1. cyclization of oligosubstituted hydrozylic, thiol. amjpe, carboxylic and carbonylic dcrivativrs; , 2 condensation of volatile earbonylic daivatives with amine, sulphur, or other carbonylic dcrivatives; CHo4c . storage and involved in the formation of flavout substances (1]. Two types of browning reactions can occur in ~~~~~ 1~zy~t~c br ninj~ pu~ oadation of chlonq!ntic acids and othcr polyphcnolic sub- Ciltaad~ int tunMtes, Qfet~ea~ion~6cin ta by polyphenoMzidases: 2. nonenzymic brownioF. caused °.q•.. ts'"• J. StttactcEtt dogradation of amino acids and peptides by quinones, osones, and triosones; 4. aldolir.ttion of aldehydes, especially in prosenoa of amines; S. spontaneous or tbermio decomposition of macromoler,tlar btown pigments or intermediary SetttFr bases: 6. binding of flavour compounds into fiavour-neutnl or tttoditied-tluvour derivativrs. By modifying the composition of ingredients or by adjusting thc prucessing and storatla conditions it is possible to obtain desirable flavonr properties. Brrwning reactions belong to the most important reactions taking place in food during processing and ttrCioai of carbonl'h:c wbst+dLes. tttast frqwutly ataa~ by amiues.
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on 50329 8167 /~ Sumtnnr.• l"hi% p:r-:r reviews the /itcratt:re on thc volatile rnmponcnts i:olatcJ from bu;:cr. •rhe n:+\Ottr of Cttl!ulcd butter h:t% t`ht2 :"t/iE+utl•d to 8.n1811 tlLrun:r of cunt.nr!IxvS fli7tl a Itti\turc of thr•c eunrpounu. had a rlo,e rc-.emt•lance to tt,e ctexir;+tile cul+uC.L IlavVUr. Un tt: -..riLrr hnnJ the c+\r,tpl: \ittc-i of the 1L+\ottr of S\Ceel-crennt butter are Still Ul`wlll'e. \t:1w,. coll.(`vlt^nfs have been i.lrnlitic.l t,ut attclnrt% to ftamut..nc a utiaure of .%wheti; co;mpcwu,t.l, po„e,;ine the Je:irablc j:+ro:+r of a\veet-rrcam butter have niit hcn entirel; Su,ccs'~iul. lintruduc/fust Thcrc ::r.: many ditTLr¢nt typcs of bttttCr sltch as •::Itcd or uttv:l:.d. ctaturctl rr swcct-crcant: mur;o\•cr, th.rc ttrc inuici.htal and rc_ional prcfcrcnce: far tnild;r or .trmnrcr t!a\vrrs, .1;•ainst this haclceround it k dttli- ' cuit to drGnc thL c.lnmi+t of a.!earahtc llarvur in butter. T!ut.. .Iein 2 190) Wnd"te-n a2au4 t4 1Qing-2 . _, ~,... ..- _...C...-.I VOLAi ILE COMCO 1-Ni $ OF AND ~ RELEVANCE TO ~ By E N. 1:Ah1Si:k1Y, Dairy Research Laboratory. Division of Food Ite;e;rch, CSIi?C). Highcrt. V;c!,:ri,; _ ,. ,- ---- ~cv!. c2G2<l ~ P,t~ ' `l x K!y e. E(, sincc 1929 di:vc:ayi ha: t,mn cqu:ah import.+ni in butter lt;:rours (\'::n I'~i.l• t:lucrrr and F),;r.\. 171,111 this 1`eg:Illiin~. t~aVl)i+rl.a~ t1+),i:1nC lU:' S..)i: ~ t0"'t\' cvn,pattics h.+w fwutulatc.l .•n;pllicni a~~tt,r_ti, Ltac- -r fl1vollrs h:I1CC1 more on thC Ur;_anUlv{1tIC pii:i:dl%i.:N a fl:t\+lur cUntl,otJnJir~ ttt:ul on l:t1on\'t.ciu flu\'ouring comno:Cirts of h+ttter. Aa the uf C.......~ ..t............ {.e. . ...sr•...r.•.t o•~it t•nA\bted.4• . "r• .
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50329 8169 . t !~ Z t9E0 17S-1E2 ~'~ h N t , ,, a run~ . lhe 80 III 8cI lsntraiinsutut titr 8rn3hrunt in Potsdam-RehbrOckc (Direktor: Prof. Dr. H. HAOU). - -~ Forsehtutpaatrum ftit Mokkubrbiolottw ' und Med'uip. Akademic d.cr Wis haftcn der DDR j33 Aroma Optimierungaversuche an Aminosaure-Glucose-Moddlsystcrucn R Sw.warf SdtttBOt~t entd 0. Wbt.tt R. SctttttSotat and Ci. Wbw: Studies about optimal conditions f otmation in amino acidlglucose- model systetm . ` The composition of amino acids has been evaluated as to the formation of ine•at-like flavour during heat treatment in the prr~scncr of glucose. Pure amino acids as well as mixtures being combined according w uatis- tial plans have been reacted in aqueous medium delivering produe-ts which have hrn characterized sensori- wAy as well as by instrumental analysis. Type and quantity of amino acids have been optimized using the sensory itnprcxsion as an index. • Test results indicated the influence of sinelc amino acids ;optinutl test conditions, and the optitnal compo- sition. 'tlte optimirtd modd is characterized by vrry high amounts of glutamic acid and high amounts of atparticacid, arginine. and iurline. Alrcady half of the amino acids tested fonmcd a product which was optimal in acotpt and couW not be improved as to the meatlike quality. 0•~'2 06 0., Q x. 4 6 4' 4 . , , :
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""329 8178 XX lteF-D-303-73 I . ~..:~.._ ._ Jour. Dairy Res. 39 (1) (1972) 35-47. Volatile compounds In butter oil. .--- .-..--~......__._..~_ qr • ll. 11~rs~rwless~rr~tiie~aE~, M • i~d~A~alaspoisisrKdeodosiz.~~ e~ By GERDA URBACII, W. STARI'i .r-n D. A. FORSS• . . Dairy Raeareh Laboratory, Diviaion of Food Rww"J 1, Q.$.LF.O., . . • .itelbourrie, duatralia - • - BbxtaRY. The tlavours of•the following compounds were determined in synthetic butter prepared from 84% steam-deodorIzed butter oil and 18 % water: Co. oIo, u,1s &Wtoam Cu Y•-lactpao, .C.acids, pbenol,, m. and.p•cresola, . o-methozyphcnol, indole and skatole. Co,..u d-lactones, C=~,.,., lo, l=, lo n-alkanoio ' ae3ds, phenol, m- and p-cresols, o-methozyphcnol and volatile fractions from butter a1 rrero also evaluated in bland butter. None of the compounds listed constitute basic butter flavour on their own, but Co. N d-laetones, Cu acid, phenol, p-cre9ol, indole and : skatole contribute to butter flavour. • • • • ... .,• . . ' In the first paper in this series (Forss, Stark & Urbach, 1907), we reported the identifcation of some lower boiling volatile compounds from Australian butter oil. of he Rrescnt investi a:tion v~aa to establish the relevance of some of these ~- _ ~-...---.--~--•~- -~_,~--..~ r .,.:...,.
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50329 8194 XX MeF-D-404-76 World Food Reviea(No. 1)8-9 (197'~ MEANINGS OF.BAVI*MkAND UCTURES, Table 2-Assocnaiioii'of eating„lime, cat6'ig occasion, and people type with flavour by Dr. Stephen Jellinek Association scores• . Flavour Most appropriate , Least appropriate Aromatic Dinner (76) Afternoon snack (..44) Holiday Dinner (61) TV snack (-44) Dinner date (SI) Invalid (-37), Chitd (-SO) Fashion modcl (49), Gourmet (44) Health dict (-36) Hospital meal (-36) Teenager (-2S) Eating alone (-24) Hurried lunch (-21) Bitter Gourmet (34), Salesman (33) Brakfast (-49). Child (--y67) Invalid l29) Dinner (3S) Lunch (16) Bland Hospital mcal (66) Dinricr (-37) Health dict (S3) Holiday dinner (-54), Dinner date Br:akfast (39). Lunch (33) . (-r42), Picnic (-36) Invalid (58), Mother (29) - ~ ' Saicsman (-39), Teenager (-31)• Crcamy Lunch (52)' ~ Picnic (-43). 7V snack (-55) Child (32) ~ . Afternoon snack• (-39) Hospital meal (36) Athlete (-SO), Salesman (-3S) Fresh- - ~ Ho~th ~jct KS ~ TV ~nae ~ - ^ l.~~Gl.. 0 4- - e ~- r7/o~ G; _ . ...._.~ USA food technologists have c!i>d covered that there is a relationsh': between time of day and textu:. preference, and that American co.: sumers attach different meanings ::r.. connotations to various specific fe: - textures: For example, soft tcxtur: connoted satiation and tended to r associated with relaxed situations ;r children, while crisp foods were se, as stimulating and appropriate f: active situations and adults. With this texture study, an inv, tigation was conducted into thc eat:: occasions and meanings associatcd ^ American consumers with various f
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-.. -_ "....-.._ - _. _ .-..•. ~. •... s•._..-._•..r. _ .,. _ .... .....- ._,... _. -~..- ~r..L ..~. ~_..... _ ...... »._+.rr.~+-yia ~a:.. ~...-. ~.....i..aic. ~ :. XX MeF-D-303-I3 PINEAPPLE FLAVOURS 11(1) rE pincapptc is a fruit who!.c tlavour is notoriously hard to duplicate. In this article an attempt is rnxdc to give sontc data which may be of value but, of eocxsc. it will not be possible to name all of the pro- dncts which might go into the formula of imitation pineapplc. Quantities, where given, may be varied srcording to tastc. . Eatanic Origin The botanic origin of the fruit is the AnRnassalit-um. .dich grows in the tropical and subtropical countries. 7tu fruit develops on a short stcm and grows to a tntaximum weight of 5 to 6 kg. The flavour is found iQ substance in the pecl, which is the rcason for the tvcr yield when alcoholic maceraiion oCthc friiit flesh is employed. 9 (1948) 50329 8193 flavour. A liberal pcrccntttgc of Icmon and especially orange oil will have a gocal effect, and for the c;ike of solubility, the tcpenclcss cauivalcnts are often used. Of the normal oils, tip to I S per cent may bc used, and of tht tcrpcnelcss oils proportionally less. Enanthic ether or cognac oil natural will give the vinous cachet, but of the former no more than 3 per cent should be used, and of the lattcr, half that aniount. About 4 per cent vanillin may round oli the flavour, and to obtain a good bottom note, between I and 3 per cent cinnamyl acetate or a proportionate amount can be included. Other good modifiers arc: Ccranyl butyratc and benzyl propionatc, 1 to 3 per cent; •-ionone for swectncss, onc-half of I per cent: and decyl butyrate and acetate, one-half of I per cent. For the top note, some nonyl- or dccylaldch}-dc ItO per ccnt, together with neroli or tcrpencless pctit,,•rain _ Accordrnr to G.octlcr, thc cc+mposition o! thc shole oil rn:!v he.of imnort-incc. . nf thc ~Idrhyclc ~r~luu~~nt. 0 2oon0 2 4 6 b$
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50329 8196 . weaiosyl cowseot bei.l ts{e.ar o ssiserioo far ii. :- n42467-i 1 Tiie PwPore of " iaratij.tiox wrs m fisl .o sppropriots i.etW for the leterruinirion of bgsix i. flos. Thirtriees metriols smmody arel .. for the isol.rion of lignis fioim otAw rtss n.terids, were tAe.efero ooo- prel o. Ihe b.ds of their lilwin YW ta of the praivof tAe ligriw Aey jrodree. llloa atenbo. .wr jwl m tiie pi.isy; de .rtrosea pl tke SUMMARY III. The deterinination oMignin Ar- by M. Van Lancker & & Veirman Lboeatoe7 DZ MEVURID+.E81ER, Sta4 Univaslty dGb.at, H.lsiam, compounds of flai Analysis of some of the on-cellulosic (,1971l°•P. 1g70 (3~ ~ 81 III La "--l' .
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---_--- ----~- -_ - = ~~ _.. 50329 8156 76 I T Re*81 - S,P~ " Ani J Psychiatry l.f8:2, Fibiaary 1981 Alk" IW>CM"* $tt; In recent medical articles it has been noted that litb- ium is secreted in tears; other recent literature has indicated tlfat lithium levels can be measured in thejWjYa. There have been numerous comments about lithium altering taste. Ap- parently this is related to direct irritation of the mucosa of the mouth by lithium tablets and is usually relieved,by taking lithium in capsule form. A patient of mine reported that she found that lithium al- tered the flavor of a nutdber of diR'erent foods, even though she was takin:lithium in capsule form. Unfortunately, these were foods that she considered her favorites. tU- Ms. A is wSf~year-old woman with a bipolar affective GEOaOE A. RocEtts, M.D. Camden, NJ. ss ~'ho was recently hospitalized for 6 months. Ms. A is umendy mentally clear and understands the dangers of re- ntttrning to the mental hospital if she should have a recur- rence. The taste distortion caused by lithium must annoy her considerably if sn would discontinue lithium long enough to risk a recurrence and resume lithium therapy only after signs of a recurrence appeared. Ms. A found that lithium altered the taste of cheese, butter, cream, ice cream, sour cream, peaches, °ectariaes+ celery, coconut, marinated herring. and milk chocolate. I find no common denominator in this group, but thought perhaps other lithium prescribers would find this of interest. THIS CARD CONTAINS THE COMPLETE ARTICLE : 0 2 oo.noz4b3t
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!. hIxl. !/rc-e•., NuvemNr Ik'Vj:mher. 19W1, Vol. K6,nn.'69 373 .. . .. . . .,' ,..,, _ FLAY~-aE.l# ~.t~'~ -~JD1L~~t~~~ MAC1'(ONAi~. ..FAC"E"ORIAL DESIGNS - .. :.: .,Yr. . ~. .. , XX r1CF- -404~~~ BY 1. DREW ANDYL. WHITEARt c/l~uuc~1:~.1/unu~.~ Tranxui Br.•wrr.c, :11urilu4-rJLotxlocl SI!'/4 7E7~ 3re A.) SLA N3> r , /1 Rrrrirrd 12 .11urc•h /y.Yll The number of taste tests that can be undertaken by the average flavour profile pa;nel places : severe constraint on the study of flavour stability. The use of fractional factorial designs has beer shown to be an effective approach to this problem. In this work, the effect of eight process variables on both beer flavour and flavour stability have been assessed using only eight experi mental beers plus one control. The efficacy of the method is demonstrated by the ease with which the flavour profile panel results can be explained by accepted theories of flavour stability. Thus thE variables examined could be divided Into three groups. The first group includes headspace air. pasteurization and copper content: an Increase in any of these variables leads to a marked increasc in oxidized flavours during storage. The second group, which includes sulphur dioxide, PVPF treatment and lupulin (dry hop) addition, reduces oxidation. The remaining variables, proteolytic enzymes and Iron content had no obvious effect on oxidation. o2n 0 0 0 2 4 6 5 9 -
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50329 8171 0 . lasthut tiir tad -tec6nolope der l:oicersitit Helsinki. Finntand 76 II Re2-81 s'P' Gesc6macksvadnderungen elniger Reizkerarten bel der Getrierlagerung nnd der Verarbeituug 1 R. KuauaA usd P. Vruw tbrahermoa, u was not noticed aM de reeoostitati.oa d diied tw~roooa ' „ne Vshnipiw ~~6s3-b6( Sa...eF R. Kt a~s~. aod P. V~Iq: l~w~z~ i~ti ~w~~iZMrit~ iitKaY s~t a.d iK o-I atiig ! The a.tilizatioe of species af l.actariw, w•bicb ane rety abundant. is iasited owing to their bitter taste. For this rasoa the taste of foat species (larwrit rrfam [rrw.ar tonNJaews. lorra.7as Mrioltr and L.octarirs wcoa) was ioveuipted, by t4taos of t6e dexriptjve aemory method, is the fiesb state and after ditfeieat trntmesn. The following submodaliNea waie observad 7n fresh musMoorm: pmgea4. strongly bitter. wweetis6'salsy. mus6roomdike and ofl'ensive. AN of the hat ttqtmtaus resulted in the destruction of the pungent taste. auo- eiated with an increase of tlta szroagly-bieter taste FtM and microwave heating produced a o/Tenuive tute witicA was atw peroei.ea in tAe DlanebroP w•aur. Coid storarc reduce the pirsent taste drcady within one mottth. TAe smottgly-bitter tesa ddte atusbroom was diminished by blanchin4, but it was simultaneously observed ia the blanching water. 7Le el.nchiaN wrater also eentaiarod a sahy `saaetisb component which did not oaeut in the fresh mushrooms tSamaWp. The panRnt taste was destroyed by sahin= and fermentarion: I 0 2
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._ -- ~ _ --_ _ 268P PROCEEL?INGS OF THE B.P.S., 26th-27th MARCH, 1975 ~L'~-'r ~-'r~ i --- ,~ A new approach to the ev~.~~tation of the : S,Ifety of Ah-.rttirr-~ters K.R. BUTTERWORTH',.F.Q1.B. CARPANSNI, I.F. GAUNT, P. GRASSO & A.G. LLOYD The British Industrial Biological Research Association, Woodmansterne Road, Carshalton, Surrey Experiments have been performed which are designed to determine whether it is possible to reduce the amount of animal experimentation that is needed to assess the safety of flavouring materials. Many of the flavours are esters which are readily hydrolysed in rivo to their component acids and alcohols. It is postulated that if the toxicity of each component is known then it might be possible to extrapolate the results to other esters of a particular series, with a .w........... .w •M.. .......L- -t ~......-~- 50329 8186 groups of ten male rats. After 21 days the animals were killed and comparisons of the hepatic effects were made. The lesions were classified into three types according to severity; namely periportal cell enlargement, followed by necrosis, and subsequent fibrosis with bile duct hypcrplasia. The severities of the hepatic effects from the straight chain esters were similar to those produced by allyl alcohol and were more marked than those from the branched chain ones. In terms of the number of animals affected, there was a positive relationship between the dose of ester administered and the degree of periportal damage. The animals given the high dose of the straight chain esters exhibited the most extreme lesions and in many instances the effects were so marked as to obscure any signs of early damage. The results of these in vivo experiments are in agreement with the in vitro hydrolysis studies. The i E 0 2 0 0 0 0 24 6 6 1
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50329 8201 ' BJB CL41SS NO. PAMPHLET 79 X Re-81 s.p. Weis, W. L.;" (Albers Sch.Bus., Seattle Univ.) COLD-SHOULDERING THE SMOKER. Supervisory Management p. 31-35 (1981) (in English) I I 79 X Re-81 $. P . ~ ~ The results of our survey surprised us. Without tipping respondents ; to the purpose of the survey or to the known costs and health, 53.4 percent reported that-they were already.discriminatictg against smokers at the hiring ~. point. And 88.8 percent indicated that their intention to discriminate if the ~ absenteeism and co-worker healtheassumptions turn out to be true. Interestingly, in a recent report measuring the costs of smoking at the workplace, incrementkl absenteeism - which 9s the only factor assumed in our stud,,~ - was the least si nificant among eight categories of cost savings from ba~Lne Ookog^e e bnl 4 percEnt of the total expected savings ____l.~ ~. _ ... _ _ _
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- ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - ~ - - " ". _ 1 f/~rxC f ~1~~cdr:t>L~~t.S')t~/- ~f~~oz~.~91,~> z, ;ttrn • ~ 77 II Le Athle$ic Injuries: Heat vs. Cold ALEXANDER KALENAK, M.D., CHARLES E. MEDI.AR. WMUR E FLEAlttE, AD. and W. JAMES HOCH8ERt3, R.P.T., Milton S. Hershey Medical Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania Cryotherapy Is the treatment of choice ° In the management of acute athletic 1Y rn igh- arce- about : treat- .ally due ists over :old in the ' plied early and injudiciously,lou's. The ob- heat may adversely affect •xpcrience of resolution of„(he~aunta sd ~dc~y point 0 2 Ro/Qg Be _l<~h litallon n'fhe treatment t of the athlete. strols cderaa an.s of heat Is not indicated !n the immqdiate treatment of a/e for its use Is based on well-defined physiologic observations. The application Injuries. Ice is readily available and simple to apply. The rat7on- acute athletic injuries. lt ap- Rationale for Cold Therapy The application of cold therapy initially causes vasoconstriction. This decreases blood flow, thereby diminishing the amount of hemorrhage in the traumatized tissue. It has been reported that vasodilation follows the initial vasoconstriction. Several authors agree that blood flows through arteriovenous anastomoses during cold vasodilation. This shunting probably accounts for the reduced capillary blood flow and diminution of hemorrhage through damaged capillaries. lt is reasonable to assume that decreased tissuc ;=_'ctI MZier
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N ' S0329 8207 THROMBOSIS RESEARCH Voi. 12. pp. 1051 _lOS1. QW1t4N7i/oGp!-IOSI iQ2.00/8 OFffp-r5c6Presi Ltd:197i.-PHntid in Great Briufu.~"~ I IX Re -78 EFFECT OF CIGARETTE SMOKING UPON IN VIVO PLATELET FUNCTION IN MAN S.P.Z Narvin L. Bierenbaun, AWMVQ - , Arleane Stier, Sister Helen Somol•and'Portia B. Watson Division of Cortnunity Health Services, New Jersey State Department of Health, Montclair, N.J. * and the Atherosclerosis Research Group, St. Vincent's Hoipital, Montclair, N.J. (Rec•ived A.2.1978: in revised form 31.~.1978. Accepted by Editor K.H. Brinkhoua ABSTRACT In vivo platelet aggregation, measured by the Filtragcxneter procedure in the presence of all formed elements of the blood, is significant- ly increased after cigarette s:aoking. This effect appears to be inde- ~ ' pendent bf the-dtcotine concentration of the cigarette. The absorbed carbon monoxide content of the smoke, as noted by increased carboxy- hemoglobin, hemoglobin, appears to be related to the alterations in platelet function that were noted, and may be an extremely'important factor in mediating cigarette smoking's noxious effects. ozao0•oz468z
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50329 8214 I n+eO.ars;zor ;W3 Fl, Tie FS tsicrofilm camere, by H. F. M-emer and A. Seidell. ~ -..r ._... ~ r,-. . .. . _ , ~.. r-.-....r,-~--~--- ~ .r...~....-.-..-- t.. . ~. ,~..... .--. - 0 2 ~ ~ n o 2 4 6 8 9
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REF FLitISCNER, ?t.L.SEE XJR'1tETA3L "', 'tiEACf&"l1ERL1RS°1W""A?9'.1tIC1ff/ TS CIGARETTES--TAIG:S/TOBACCO--TAXATION--U.S./CI(:ARETTES--BRANDS/ CIGARS/ 2240 Br CtGARETTES--PRICES/ RJR CLASS NO.'TEXTBOOK Ref. TS 2240 Br 1975 1975 • Retail Tobacco Dealers America, Incorporated-,New York, N. Y., U. S. 2 C• TOBACCO RETAILERS' ALMANAC. ANh'UAL DIRECTORY TO TOBACCO, CANDY AND PDDL SifiiDRIES. 1975. • 1 C. Retail Tobacco Dealers Amer., Inc., New York, N. Y., 39th ed., 188 p (1975) (in English) Includes data on cigarette packages, cigarette vending machines, } retailers directory for cigarettes, cigars, razor blades, other articles sold E in tobacco specialty shops, data on number of vending machines, state taxes on ~ tobacco products, other than cigarettes, price information'on various brands.of ; tobacco products and merchandise of interest, etc. 1 *1975, No. 4, V 1064* *d* . ;,: - . . •. Tobacco econooics: - :: `• _ 0 0'~ t~ Q- n 0 2 4 6 7 9 50329 8204
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50329 8217 1- lpt~ ftb` A , ES7:CT. CF L'YGIi-FREQUElICY P`iF.LDS ON MTCaW- ORGA.NISMS L1ectro..ic Erg. 63_ (No. 1) 18-21 (1944) (D , 4 Z 0 A n R2 4 6 92
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50329 -- • ~ ~~ 8182 FL~AVOUR RESEARCII AND THE CIDER INDUSTRY ~t XX MeF-D-36C-75 BY A. A. WILLIAMS - -_ ` (Univasily of Bristol, Long Ashlon Rescarch Station. Bristol BS18 9AF) • ~-'L~` .~~"' .; Jour. Inst. Brewing 80,455-711;1974 Rsatoea sorli Fse.ws.y. 1974 .-__- • The use of sulphur dioxide, inoculating with known yeasts and fermenting to dryness has solved many of the problems of the early cider industry leaving present day cider research to investigate the control of the final cider flavour. Before this can be accomplished it is essential to have detailed knowledge of the volatile and non-volatile constituents of cider, the contribution these compon- ents make to the flavour, the bio-synthetic pathways by which they are formed and the factors which affect the amounts produced. Research has already provided much analytical information and the use of threshold values enables useful data to be obtained on their flavour contribution. The approsch of correlating taste panel data obtained on the cider in its entirety with the analyti- cal data offers a means of supplementing this informaion. Our present knowledge of the biochemistry of cider components and the effect of environmental factors, together with information which can be drawn from other fields, encourages the belief that cider flavour could be controlled to a much greater degree than it Is at present. ~......~ 0 2 0 0 c! 0 2 4 6 5 7 t
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. • r . 50329 820S RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QP 601 Co Colowick,S.P. (ed.); Kaplan,N.O. (ed. ); R'1`~lstscf*Pwxt (ed.); Packer,L. (ed.); METHODS IN ENZYMOLOGY. Vol. 31. BioneMbranes. Part A. (1974) Vol. 32. Biomembranes. Part B. (1974) Vol. 52. Biomembranes. Part C. Biological Oxidations. (1978) Vol. 53. Biomembranes. Part D. Biological Oxidations. (1978) Vol. 54. Biomembranes. Part E. Biological Oxidations. (1978) Vol. 55. Biomembranes. Part F. Bioenergetics - Oxidative Phosphorylation. (1979) Vol. 56. Biomembranes. Part G. Bioenergetics - Biogenesis of Mitochondria, Organization and Transport. (1979) Vol. 81. Biomembranes. Part H. Visual Pigments and Purple MeMbranes, I. (1982) Vol. 88. BioMeMbranes. Part I. Visual Pigments and Purple MeMbranes, II. (1982) Academic Press.New York, NY.(IN s ENG.) ISN = 5423 020 00 0 2 4680
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50329 8206 - ~ CYTnCHRO*IF. P-450/HA*tnPROTF.tN SYSTEMS/HF.MnCt.ORTN PORPHYRiN-WML. . ATIn~t/ A -' METHEM!1CLORIN FnUCTtn*t SYSTE~t OF FRYT?Tf~nCYTES / CATALASES AND~ROXIDASES/CLUTATHtONINE PF.ROXIDASE & kYDROPEROXiDF.S/ Qp co1 Methods in Enzymology ~` 1978 SF.RIES tTOQS;- L~ Volume LII LM Stdnpv P. LY- ~-7irALn47 ~k Nathan 0. Knnlan ~-7i ~~ Biomembranes ~ Part C: Biological Oxidations ~ P~1D * ., . Microsornal, Cytochrome P-450, and Ot1 erhrJ,rt~. Hemoarotein Svstems a"~ 'l~i~~~ ~. EDITED BY ACADEMIC PRESS New Yo(s . Lester Packer MEMO1tANE BI(riiNER(7F. C1CS GRUI: P ~ 2 4m "p~MF.~ ~UF P1IYSWI.UGY•AAATUMY 2 Vn 0 "`~ 0 `~ "r IW!~;-.TTt1F CALIFUWA, BERKELtY. CAUFURNIA A Subsidiary of Hanoun B~
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50329 8220 TOBACCO--SMOKE--FILTRATION/CIGARETTES--FILTERS--PHYSICAL PROPERTIES/ CIGARETTE--FILTERS- - PRESSURE DROP/ 81. VIII pw RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 81 VIII Dw Dw)~f, R. {,'. ; Abel, S. G. ilip Morris, Incorporated, New York, N. Y., U. S. THE EFFECTS OF CIGARETTE LENGTH ON FILTER VENTILATION. Beitr. Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication, 12+ p. (1981) (in English) A numerical technique for calculating the effects of rod length on filter ventilation and pressure drop is presented. This technique includes the effects of rod pressure drop, filter pressure drop and length, and the number and spacings of the vent roes. The method requires a foreknowledge of only full-length cigarette parameters. Comparisons of theoretical and experimental results show excellent agreement. a~t ~ 0 n p2 4. 6 9 S
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. X4;c U,3. Barbara' Chnielars, agr int. Iwona Wianer SYNTHESIS, OICANIC/ InstJtut Cheaii Yrsemye2oxs3, Praooxnis Substano3i Zapaehoqob, Xarsta*a : i 76 III Ch PREPARATION OF IN CONDENSATION REACTION OF BENZOIC £ ALDEHYDE AND BENZYL CHIARIDE WITH KETONES. P~e~.....,.aration of fievourinu com,pQ,undn,~n coadeneation reaation of benzo~ .. __ ..........-.,.~ . ....._.~......_....~...~j jo-g,ldeLvde.and benryl chloride w_ h~keteabs,.• Io condensation of bsn- toie nidehyde or benryl chloride with acetone, acotophenooe and their bosrologues the sronstlo-aliphatic ketones with interesting flavouring properties can be obtained. Fourteen of these oompounds were obtained. The physical and flarouring properties of these substanoes and the me- thods of obtaining then were desosibed. 8ix of obtained compound were known and- used in peifumerlr, the remaining substanees were not used natil now, and their fla.ouring properties were described the first tine. 118143824 prae4 +rykonano x celu poreiekssenia seortymentu eairoxo6w dls prseaprstu per- ~_.
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50329 8200 j Aodimttrqr Drpartmenr, GlcVow Royal l4irnwry ond Drporrwrt o/MetMnko( Emfiueriw, UnfrrsitY qf Glaww . . . 0 1 ' /k, _j'#.trct+ R. D. BEC,a, P. 1. WfLL(AMS AND D. RAM Nzue A,ot. tha. Bfodum. d (197!) !.I`. /S CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--INSTRi1MENTS/ 77 III F1 Some Fundamental Aspccts of Continuous Flow Analysis This3tudy w= Adertakcn in an attempt to ass~ess tt.e practical and hcorctical limitations of through- put of continu flow analytical systems such as the Tcchnicon AutoAnalyzer. In many lsboratories nsittg Twhnicon cquipmcnt the fastest sampling rsste in common use is 60!h and in our own labora- toty this rate is frequently limiting. For example, taote than 320 clcctrolytcs may have to be analysed it one day. Also with the advent of discrctc systcma of analysis capab!c of processing 120, 150 or cvcn 300 samples in or.a hour it is important to assess stethcr the continuoi:s fl low system has any inherent _«. «:.,~ .,~.......~c......... .~.. . ~ . ~~. 0~ 0.0 n c~ 2 4. b. 75 1967; Walker et aL, 1970) that 'rury-over' is the main factor which limits sampling rate in continuous flow analysis. A simple mathematical modcl de- scribing carry-over can be devcloacd as follows. Thc convcntio:.al scpsr•.:tion of ssr:irls 'dugs' and plain rcagcnt 'slugs' is rcpres.:ntcd ~c'aaga.^a- matically in Figure :. The csrry-avc,r from rcabczt 'slug' A to thc first sample 's:ag' B is Q,, that froni sample 'slug' B to the sc;:ond s::mplc 'slt:-,' C is Q, and so on (expressing Q per unit Scnrth of tube travcrscd). It follows that
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50329 8212 . . JOHN C. K[.ENS I N AND ~~ 76 I Ma-79 EXPERIMENTS ON THE EXPLORATION OF MULTIVARIATE DATA SETS I DEPARTMENT OF URBAN STUDIES AND PLANNING :`tASSACIIUSLTTS INSTITUTE OF TECTIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL LIAISON. PROGRAM . , 0 2 0 0 1 0 ? 4 6 87 - f
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9 s4dzouou4 o M.~t(`J M 1 j yi01 lLiK '=0Z At =SY3AIIR rLiO tc9i-Z"'9[-7li 'OM W"7.m 170a ~ i f•A iS I0117h7 J03NMiu 4= T3I7SIirit '1hIiYN3NiYfi 40 ilORrim ! '100'10DOQIa ~ Q1+7 f92iSI"iiOIII W =OI=LTt ~IJ, VIi~I • t io wIum Im am amana 6cf1 '!Z WoIt ~~- 3iTIa0S CMV f37iYiRBiltli 10i 2iAiliiKl MrI cs-~cOZZ/~7l70Q MQtL7f 'MIDIIJis-fS00q hm ytll 3nwmu=v itolsrulw Znom a=flta 'd'S . Oa-4b III 8L 4 F fIZQ ; 6ZfOS
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S=%.miLSIS, S0329 ORGANIC; CHE*i1STRY, ORGANIC--SYNTHES,ISj. _ D ? ~ Q 262 F1 Selected ± 1973 PbDL Organic Syntheses ., S 1C. A Guidebook for Organic Chemists ~ ~ i Assistant Director of ^esearch In the Depaitment of Organic and Inoi9anic Chemisby, CambrJdge 1 Fellow of Pembroke Co/lege, Cambridge A Wiley-lnterscience Publication JOHN WILEY & SONS London • New York • Sydney • Toronto 8218~ _ __:<:- ... ... . . 0 toon 0 24 6 93
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F [ iJRITING/ ENGLISH LANGUAGE--RHETORIC t/ 50329 8226 The Art of Plain Talk , PH.D. I FOiEWOIID sY LYMAN DLYtOIi i . COLLIER BOOKS d•Diouio. o/ ALcnsiUas PrblirAisl Co., lse. xsw YORII COLLIER MACMILLAN PUBLISHERS LONDON I 1z o z a a ~ o z 4 7 0 1
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50329 8210 TRA*7SLATI ON ! TOBACCO- -SMOKE--BIOLOGI CAL TESTI2:GJ ANIMALS--20BACC0--EFFECT/ .,:...:...,.- ---~.:.o....~.......~•- -------....~.......~r. ~..,...w....•.w~.........r..........a.~ . . .... .~_... ._ .. _ TOBACCO--SMOKE--CARCINOGENIC SL'BSTAa`'CES CANCER-CAUSATION BY TOBACCO/ RJR CLASS NO. Dantenwill, W.; Chevalier, H.-J.; Harke, H.-P.; Kliaisch, H.-J.; Laf renz, U.; ?.eckzeh, G. ; Fl•issbs+~aa.E, Keller, W. (C:garette Ind., Res. Inst., Hamburg, Ger.; Univ. Hamburg, -Computer Cent., iiaaburg, Ger.) E}3ERI:1E.`iTAL STUDIES ON TL'MORIGE::IC ACTIVITY OF CIGARETTE S~:Ob:E CO::DE.tiSAT:: 0?: MOUSE Si:Ia. IV. CO:1PARATIVE STUDIES OF CONDENSATES FROM DIFFER.T RECO.\'S.IT::TE, TOBACCO Stt::E:S, ::E EFFECT OF `a.tiQ 3tiQ3 AS Aa ADDITIVE TO TOBACCO OR :RECO:~STITLtI=D TCti SHEETS, TtiF. EFFECT OF VOLATILE COSSTITUE.`TS OF SatOKE, AND EFFECTS OF INITIAL :RE<1T- M`T WITH C:'DA. *(Experimentelle Untersuchungen uber die tumorerzeugende Wirkung von Zig4rettenrauch-Aoncensaten an der Mauseh.:ut. IV. Einzelvergleiche von Konc::ns:.ten aus verschiedenett Tabakfolien, Einflu3 eines Zusatzes von Na.ti03 zuca Tabak oder zu Tabakfolien, :.'ir::ung fluchtiger Bestandteile des Rauches, Einflu3 ciner Initial- behandlung nit DinetF.ylbenzanthracea.)* " 3 236 9!46-8 259-62 (1972) (ia Ger^~~n ~ - ~ I , - , • ceitschr. :Crebsfor~ch. 73 (:.o. uith ComEQetiZ EtQl iO 4*an$yat2on2j 6 g s
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~4 L! t) ,n r 50329 8180 . 13y.1. F. C/1 UL, S. F'. C.',II:Tr'CRnSS, and 1,. 13. .S.TCIST'I~O.'11 (I7arorrr La6orofor-~•, itr(hur D. Littls, Inc.) T HL- (lavour profile mcaiod has now hecn in us: for aphra>:imat.ly tcn ycars, the origina! jtublication having hco:n hrescntcd by Cairncross and Sjiistrom at tl:c S:+n Francit-co mceting of thc Institutc of Food Tcchn~!: t.' ~! . in 1949.' This mcthnd providcs an anaivtiCal:icsc:il+ti\•c procedure for flavour cvaluation which r-1:+1;es it posciblc to describe in dcL+ii the e(lcct of sr,;c+ll ch::nres in the general composition and naturc of thc ita\our cornp!cx. Thc in:•tho(i was first applied in a broad way in an cftort tarqtf:!in the nrechanism ofscasonin.o of cooked foads. It has proven to be a most cflccti\,e piide to It1~St li•Gltt~nl,CS (i'i\'-tA-_ ln hvo sit!cs of the chemistry of flavour should be c--wn- sidcred. First, flavour dctection is the result of chemical stimuli cmittcd by foods and other materials to the end organs of taste, snicil, and fcclint; in both the naotait and nose. Through pcrson3l cxpericnce, cs•eryone is well awarc of the vcrsatility of the Ravour senses. The tonguc can readily dctcct such characteristics a s swcct, sour, salty. and bitter in a w•ide variety of materials, and the olfactory systcm can detect and recoEni~c thousands or tcns of thouslnds of odours - some of them at surprisingly low concentrations. Supporting thesc responses arc the conti+lcx ca:ccts of astrittg ency, bitc, cnntn^cs, and ntio;+th-co^tin•-^,- to namc a fc\\•. I 0~ u 0 0 0 2 4 6 5 5
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50329 8229 TOEACCO--MOISTURE--DETERMINATION/ 76 VIII F1 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 VIII Fl FYetMi2~-* J.';. Leclerc, .1. F.; Morin, M. (Centre 8'Essais Rech. Tech. Tabac., Fr.) CONTINUOUS MOISTURE DETERMINATION OF A TOBACCO RAG FLOW AND CONTROL 01 ITS DRYING PROCESSING. ~ *(Determination en continu de 1'humidite' d'un flux de tabac et regulation de son processus de sechage.)* Automatisme 20 (No. 10) 400-406 (1975) (in French with English abstract) *LCeywordst* ` wisture, cured, constituent. ...,:• ... 0 2 0.4.470 4. •. -- . . ...„
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.. ~ ~~ . . . ~ ` - ~--- , StfOKIFIO=HRBITS==tJ: s.7S~~~~` H~AkT~f-- =• : ` ~29 8208 SRMOKIPJG BEHAVIOR TS y 2240 ~-- Be A desuiptire analysis of the smoking attitudes, beliefs, Geor=e M. Bea1 ~ 1971 situations, and behavior of a nonmetropolitan sample lttchard D• w"m of adults. A companion report to SMOKING BEHAVIOR ~ ` DATA BOOK, Sociology Report No. 888. . . ~ A Final Report Contract No. PH-86-68-129 ~....~ ... _. ___ _ : Submitted to: The National Clearinghouse for Smoking and Health, United States Public Health Serv i Sociological Studies in Co.Directors: George M. Beal, Gerald E. Klonglan i Richard D. War; = Task Area Coordinator. William A. Fleischn Departmpnt of i;pciology & Anthropology. , , , , , ; .................... ,tOWA STATE UNIVERSIT ~ _ of Science and Technology, Ames, Iowa..June, 19; ~ ~~'~ -~-.--_-- - Sociology Report No. g8A 'F 02 0o n 02 4 ba 3
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.~, ~ . _....;:....... _.,,. .... -. 74'a Ha 3 2~IC07'Itv'E--1 YCRETI03/TCEACCO--S:'i 50329 8211 RJR CLASS NO. PlV.IPHLET 74 X llu3 llar4:e, II. P. ; Fleiscbmasca, S.. (Porschu-,,,-,sinstitut Ci;,arcttenindustrie, ltaz:burg, Cer.) IMSTIG :TJC:;S 0:1 TIiE URI::ARY F.XCRETIOa OF KICOTI::E A.1D ,_COTIPtIaE Ia CIGI.7!- ~ i . ET'IE S: DKERS . 0- (L'ntersuchurtgen uber die Ausscheidung von Nikotin und Cotinin bei,:. Zii;4;- ettenraucl;cr.)* Arzncin.-1'orsch. (Dru,~ Res.) 23 (No. 12) 1822-24 (1973) (in Cer;,iun with sar3 Cn). ~-CaZI ~'o41~.. tKc:«.•ords:* nicotine, iiio'.:e, constituent; cotinine, sr•:o:-:e, constituent. *7.974, ;ao. 3, 14 E42x *c;* Tobacco m3dicine: . ;z - . . ...~.. ..~ tr. ~+.... . ....,.t~:-.. _ .. ._ b.d.:. ~..:1'~... ~..:~.is. - L 2 4 6 8 b
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50329 8230 TOBACCO--rH1ISTURE--DETERMINATIDN/ ..VI Ta3-80 .S•P• c t RJR CLASS N0. PAIVHLET VI Ta3 80 ~ (S.E.I.T.A., Paris, France) DETERMINATION OF WATER IN TOBACCO WITH CYCLOHEMNE (CORESTA STUDY). (Die Wasserbestimmung im Tabak mittels Cyclohexan (CORESTA-Ring- untersuchung). Tabak Kolloquium, 21st, Berlin (June 11-16, 1979) - in German. Abstr. in: Tabak Kolloquium, 1979, p. 4 Kurzprotokoll. *Keywords:* moisture, cured, constituent; r .~.....I'.\~.~Y.~1.1~.L.. ..~~.~•~...:~ ......:IM.. . \. \MM.. . ~.~t..y..r. .~\. • M~~..~r...~ •.... .t • .~rllrr. . ~. .. .. . ..• Y 02 00 t10~24705 ~ - :
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TJ ~ H I G Sri 29-8 222 ;' :EPARr D BY IMPROVED SOLIDIFICATION ~ 1'11'rR ARCti TCCHNIQUES Prepared for: ~.. ' J m s J Michalsk et al Frankford Arsc;n:__ ~ Massachusetts Institute of Tec'hnoioyy J«na 1974 Fina}. Technical Re ort for the eeriod 1 Novembe,r"1097~2 - S. Au : Hoaisl ;Fir.t nao~., mfdhl• inltNl. loal nam.) James J. Micr.alek Rodney G. Rick Erdsan S. Palmer '. Robert Mehrabian 6• PEPOAT DATC TOTAL NO. OF PJ.aRi P!. HO. OF IIeRs ~ June, 1974 .. ~.,....,,.__ ,... ~e........ _. ~ Tne worr {s presented in three parts (I) Preparation and Casting of }Metal-Particulate Non-Metal Compoaites. Up to 30 wt% of particulate IIceramic oxides and carbides were dispersed in au Al-5hSi-2%Fe matrix and jsand caGt into cylindrical sluos. The cylindrical slugs were Again re- T% t..- .-tti...• f ^.. ..i 0 zo0 n 0 2 4 -s97
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Z0 1 dr ou~c~G ~ 0 { .. ..._.,i (196T) tT3 LZZB 6ZEOS 11
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i T RANS LAT I0N 50329 8235 RJR CLASS NO. TRAhSLATIO:; Fiesve•iimw;~- J ft *(no affil.)* INFLUE;vCE OF TIiE CUT 1dII)'fII OF TOBACCO ON OF THE CICAI:CTTI's. . Ann. Direc. Etudes EtIuip. SEITA comPletc F,ngl.ish transl.ation available) *1975, No. 7, W 2069* *d* Tobacco ciier..t ,try: 1966 (No. S0I•:E P1IYSICAI. CiIAPUICTI::%'7 S':7; S 4) 21-30 .(1966) (in French , ..._.. -. . ...~ --._ _.. 02 o o n o 2 4 7 1 n
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TASTE--TESTING=-FLAVO ~-77 <<9 ~ SM 29 8172 81 V C1 431~ ~ '-BY J. F C'ur~tttot~t• g/,~T6 4 3 (Brsw1M Ruearck Foo tlos, NaiJirld, Rsdhlll, Sarrey) .~ i3 mo 7. RtPaooTr, (Deportnient ojFood Scknee atd NWritJon, Unli~ersity ojStrathcl)•rk, Glatsow) Rsatrsd lJ laawrr 19TD , E The flavours of four beers were characterized by four panels of assessors, using a flavour profiling system. One panel carried out duplicate assessments. The results showed that training and experience improved reproducibility and discrimination, without distorting the general pattern of flavour terms reported. On the basis of the flavour profiles, the assessors could be divided Into novices, those with some experience, and experts. Those novices likely to be good assessors could also be identified. Key words: bar, jknour, sertsory onalysts, stotistlcal and were assessed a second time by the members of panel 1. m,olyst:. These results have been treated as a separate panel assessment, denoted as panel S. One assessor from panel 4 also carried out IMntonvcnorr duplicate assessments, giving a total of 124 assessments. This is the second of two papers dealing with the application of Senmry testing.-The beer flavours were assessed'-' using principal components analysis to flavour characterization data the 40 descriptive terms shown In Table I. Intensities of on beer. The first' described the application of this method of relevant terms were scored on a S-point scale and assessors multivariate statistical analysis, and reported the results of a• %%V'e instructed to characterize the odour, flavour and after- stud of 32 beers wfiic we c ract by , flavour impressions of each beer separately. The four beers 6z00~~e~~"'~ .
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-"- 80 II Po ,y -S.P. FCAYOURIN6 POP'CORN AND NUT SURFACEW 01 ~ Manufacturers' Processing Problems Solved , ey NL LYAL4 (fanf Ter"&.Rlu d C.menbwr. Gr.ruw) - f ATfKXK'iH maimt itt eot a bric able in tbik ct>tmtry and ats mostly ofI the smooth wrfacsa of the roasted } (txd material in this eountry M baad on dried btewen' y~eaat The auts the same extent that ~ ~ ln the auatuW oott of tbe.peay-taiu should Ya thtae ta a(airly aim~ answer. U.S.A.. toRae-pc+{+ctxu haa beat a «+ot aaod about la. 6dx per pound. ddlnary alt an be mi(led to the Cop~r cadeetinn hx prratioar:. TAe iynthetrc Aavour powdets avail- Anenee of talwm powder! In fact. {itwfactums hwe beat adtad far abk N&it.in as far superior to the there is a product called Kek-milkd ~ anno.ry-Aavcweed popcorn and an orer-ipioed tmportad powden. 7Ls nlt whit:h coW about onepenny l~ hadin~ cetr,al Antt Ym sxadknoe of Dritit;h Mvaur powders ' pound and is ideally witabk for the , heen~ to devek+p~ a product hs.hsady been demonstrated by the aakini of nuts : /o. at fast tpt yeara popularity of flavoured potato crttpt:. Salt, when milled. does not store ~ The ntaia di~ that of tttah• well and i. atclined to "cake" or be- Itq dry Aa~otu adhere to aha . Siwt'i. Mxrs+iwtt. For the eoaift ' oonte "lumpy'. It must first be sieved t+wfaces o1 an et= _ maiae. Mat d haMy PoP{tai ataiae. the bard (to tentore any lumps) and treated `vowitt~qp~w coMaie hy~ro ~nated pabe kand dl ix with traoa of GIGx and light maE- ttrapie haatts whieb abaoeb atmo- in a}ekemd container aWd atr:ium carbonate. This ensures dry- ~ aoherie ntcisture and quickly dattoy thotottM mixed with about its ows nm and tnee-runni qualities. j ie etnpttna of the pnpctxn. makit~ "11ht af the appropriate flavour In tact. Kek-mil salt has so ~ it ttupy. toush and quite unpahtabla. „m~ tttaiTier tttainedaat aturc W~this manyof jpossible tratmenof food for this tt+Mttts over a period t~wah~~e tttatt~hr;, 1nt •F- and apQlied throu~~h a hat~'ed that it may be useful to give products ~s the author has found some of thn ~~~!~~~~~ It ts liglnly :pnyed over ample of its preparation: aawretzi to thtae tricky poductiaa "°'°7 popped maiae as it leaves Mix thoroughly I Ib. Calfos powder e1RIJ, aed tYe raahs are dirclaed the poppitg chamber. The whole aatinE. say. Is.. and I lb. light mag- ~_-~`'~Kk operation shouid~c~j,t~l.,QA ,~jupt.yt'bcx.tate._ Is.. into 9R Ib. ~
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50329 8225 E r:Ytil :1.-"t)li~/i~% ~ Ix *ie -73 S.P.3 ~ . i i , . .r.. ? {t.iR CL .SS S0. PA:'fl?liLF:;' ;={a"er, D. G. Tobacco not mentioned. AD11:ONCk: SCk:S IN T!.STr -- XND ODOR R: I:OVdU, ktIT'rI Gf^,.a.~:UL_1R CAP.D.O~I FILTi:F.S. Water Se-4age Works 1954, 4 p. (Feb. 1964) (in English) ttaburr,i ctiv.zted Carbon Ca., P'_trsburgh, Pa., U. S.) *19I3, No. 14, W 5845* *Im* Tobacco ciiemistry(manuEacture): o,to0 no2 4700
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50329 8233 CIGARETTES--DRAFT RESISTANCE/ VI Ta3-79 RJR CLASS tA. PAMPHLET VI Ta3-79 ;.; ; - • . , -- ,,f ~ e ris, France) THE EFFECT OF THE DEVIATION OF ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE IN THE LABORATORY FROM HE STANDARD PRESSURE ON THE DRAFT RESISTANCE. - i *(Der EinfluB der Abweichung des Labor-Luftdrucks gegenuber dem Norm- Luftdruck Luftdruck als Korrektur des Zugwiderstandes.)* ' s Tabak Kolloquium, 21st,'paper, 4 p., Berlin (1979) (in German with English summary) A derivation of a math4matical equation for the calcuation of the deviation of the atmospheric pressure fn the laboratory from the standard pressure which can be used for• correction of the draft resistance measurements of a cigarette. 2 4yo8 .
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,. .. • : t. _ .. : SPE{:TR(3SCqPYI-:• . . ' `yA tII:Ch' • ---------- - - - .._.~ _--_- c-:y+•----~-,---- -. . . - -'~ ~-.. •.. `. ~ . 50329 @219 •!.. . . , .: . . .. . : i. .. . .. • s.: r • , . . :r..... . .. • . t.rnad rDriim. 1972, vot. 12. Dp. 35-41. rasaree rnam rrtetsd Is Giat artt.te THE USE OF A MICHELSON INTERFEROMETER FOR CONTINUOUS GAS,ANALYSIS IN THE FAR 1NI=RA-RED G. W. CxwmcY, J.;-Wftbw& D. W. E. Fvr.>Elt and H. A. G®sm$ _ ... . . - i:. • National Physical Labontozy, Teddington, Middksex, U.K. - • • . . .. .. . __J ..i~•-t . r. ... . • ..-. . . .•~• .. •~s..'a . • :r'..r -. ' B.. R. STevDTOx, . . . . ,.-• . . . -. . '.7• . • • ' . UKAEA, Capenhurst Works, Capenhurst, Cheshire, U.K. (Received 16 March 1971; !n realsed jorm 4 October 1971) Abrnaet-The theory of the Michelson interferometer is discussed a•ith particular ngud to possible applications in the field of gas analysis. When the moving mirror of the interferometex is offsct from the zero path difference position, the spectral transmission becomes acosiatuotdal .function o[frequcncy. A gas analyser to determine the concentration of urnwium heua8uoride iri the pres,roce of impurities has been coutructed using_this DrirtC;p]~, 0 2 (1 0 n o 4 6 9 4
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50329 8209 SMOKING HABITS--U. S.%SMOKING & HEALTN/ "° SMOKING BEHAVIOR 2240 1971 1)ata Book ~ :.. : .. .... _ ~ . A ntati$ n of data on ,t~~~{ptudes,,6~~eyf ~~ind.l~eharior a nonmetroPolitan sample of adulbL companion nport to SMOKING BENAYIO~ : George M. Bed Richard D. Warren ~~Man t ' Socio Report No. EKA. SocioioKy Report No. 888 .. . A Final Report Contract No. PH-86-68-129 Snmi1*d W- 1106 10001 arildho& A Akin& and Health, United States Public Health Service
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50329 8232 m• .~~,q.,..._ ~._.._ ~.~_.,...:_~_.-_-_....~._ .. . .~ ~ f' VI Ta -73 TOBACCO--CASINGl ~ 3 R7R CLASS NO. PA.NIPLLET VI Ta3 73 ~s ~ Viart, p. ~ ; (Fre^cn 'fat,lcco St .te Monoo.) ..`: ' EFFECT OF T?{E Cij::PCSIT10~i OF CASING Oa THE DETERaI:IATIOa OF MOISTURE TOBACCO. *-(:an.`;;t~s der Bcstar.dt,eile der Saucen aut die Bestim^~ung c~es Feuchtio- keit~gYa?~s.)* . ~ Tabak-Kalloquium., ::V, paper, 7 p., Cologne, Ger. (aay 21-25, 1973) (in ~ Gerran) 1 I 13, tW' 53t,9* *2r:* 1'ob.•f~~ r.a:l-y~zr(r::n::~acLUrL):
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yo~.rzour~uGo `11.9 ~ ~Ci C'sl •4tki,T.lj «OTjd ~~^t ,oa --- ----„ f l£Z8 6Z£05
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50329 8216- hoe. IYw. hrA. yo1. 1). cinciowd. pp.11J2. lAwrRRapsan r1.. id. HIO. r~ga 1. ckm hhr.. II Me-81 s.p. 9 ' ' WATER QUALITY MANAGEMEI~d IN I RIVER BASINS: US NATIONAL EXPERIENCE Neil S. Grigg• and 5~`~,~I - -, - . .. _ •North Carolina Department qjNatwrol ResoWrcYS & Communi& Developmenti Raleigh, NC 27611, U.S.A. ••North Carolina Governmental Evahartion Commbst^ Raletgh, NC 27611; U.S A. • .r- r Th3 US nationrl eicperience in water quality sanaq.i.ent is reviewed. The basis C O ~le~in3„~a~ff~a Z.qv~to~+ instead of an econo.ic approach is lleLne~/ ddre v e~V an~chrllenges abead ase discnssed.
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~ _ __ __ 50329 . @23q CIGARETTES--QUALITY CONTROL/CIGARETTES--FIRMESS/TOBACCO--MACHINERY/ RJP. CLASS ti0. T:'.PZtSLATI0v ~: ation I:~dustriel'_ e_e Tabacs A11umettes, Centre d'Essais (SeYvice d ..•~lcit F1CUry-les-Aubrais, Fr.) Racho=ches 7ectiaiques TOhacs• an ~~S ,~T ER, _ Prcvious Reference (Gera~ Tt+B FACTORY Cu:•fFACT:;...... 8) 57Q-S37 (196~~) Beitr. Taba'~cforsch. 3 (•~o• n AvMil~ble yow) ti l q a ori^inal - Co"'plete ~n3lish Trans _ " *Note date.* .3 n n n-10 d 7 Q n .. ~. ..r.,.,,~,,.~.. 0~ .- --: ~., _ o
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50329 8236 TOBACCO--QUALITY--PH1[SICAL ELEMENTS1 VI T A -18 R LA S NO PA~PH ET V T 78 ' i L I J C S 3 ~T:~; .Gayet, M. *(no affil.)* a3- R . RELATI'QN IiETWEEN THE MEAN SIZE OF THE SURFACE OF STEri`itED LEAVES AND THE FIBER LENGTH OF THE SHREDDED TOBACCO. *(Beziehungen zwischen der mittleren blattflache von partlen entrippten blattgutes und der mittleren faserlance daraus hergestellten schnittabaks.)* , Tabak Kolloquiums, XIX, Celle, Ger, 9 p. (June 1977) (in Germar_ with ; English abstract) ' Information about the sur~ace distribution and remaining stems in ste:n^ed tobacco leaves permits one to predict'the expected quality of shredded tobacco iri relation to fiber length and the amount of shreds in the shredded tobacco provided that the tobacco leaves are process in a uniform manner. The results of the study per- mit the manufacturer to make a judgment about the suitability of a certain group of stemmed leaves for the manufacutre of shredded tobacco such as pipe tobacco, with proper characteristics in relation to fiber length and amount of stems. 0 2 d Q 0 0 2 4 7 1 f
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" 50329 8228 WI T°3-7z DATA PROCESSTN(# SYSTIIM/ TOBRCCO--DENSYTY/ P.JR CLASS N0. PA`•a•1iLLT VI Ts3 72 ~ ~adU.i*..rjC_i.1C' T: 1)a1CS i~~11T+f aF~ ('$ P.zrSs, Fr.) . . ...'. =~' = f::. ,.,. ..'r. _ . ...,. , .) ,. ~ • . -I- IS 0?' •(• ... , ~ ...... , . . !`CUL1I7f:, C31C . .. . "G: 1fIC' 0 2 o o n o 2 47 0 3
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5032 q g Iq9 -""'le32q ...w.-,- 8199 nnnuls of l atncQr ut(H'nrnNSir)•• 1,, .: / V- • ---- - - / ~ ~.. ,. ~ AP4IONIA/ 7 III Co Optimal conditions for the estimation af ammonium by the Berthelot reactionl ' r , .- VSHARON A. GORDON, __ ANI) JEAN AE:LL X1 From ~ir !)c~rmrrnr ujPu~hnl~Aicul Uinchrnt' try, 11'rslrrn h~lrnrm,r, Glusgow Gl! 6NT 4; /Z''G' 3 ) . . SutastARi• A technique for opUmising rest,;cnt concentrations on' the AutuAnalyzcr has tx•cn applicd tu the c.timatian of ammonia by the 13crthclot reaction in the dcterminatiun or urra and organic nitrogen. Cumlr,~ri.om or the uxc ol' phenol and salicylate revealed that the ul+timum con- a•cnlr.ttion or the I;Utcr is about four timcs that or the fornicr. The optimum cunrrntr.Uian or hypo- chloritc is live times greater with salicylatc than with phenol. and for the catal% a. sodium nitro- prussidc, thc factor is two. The precision obtained with the diticrcnt methods is similar. The Elcrthclot reartion, first dm-rilxd in IRt9• involvcsr the formation of indophcnul hluc. in an altatlnx nittifiunt• by rcaction'iiith s4xliunt hylxo• chloritc_. and phcnal.. Thc acticptcd stages of the gradicnt of omc rcagcmt at a time, whilc hatding othcr conJitions cun.tant. has been ahptird to the fully autontntcd determination of organic nitrogen by (;chr6e rt u/. 11968). In thi..nnw a tl:uul:ml ic amirvtrd 0~ A 0 0 0 2 4 6 74
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~r,.....T., ~...,., _ - # 72:.Ilj,.Re1-73-.,__,.TOBACCO---St40KIWA-HEAL1*-'EFPECT/t'^'-'•!4"rr•'" `••.•-•,•'c••~~,•,,'- _~ S ~ .P. RJR CLASS R0. PA.*'HLET 72 IX Rel-73 s.g.: t i *(no sffi.l..)* . PIPF.S X,~il CIGARS : Z:ElALE AND FAREti'ELL. ;ted. News 5 (No. 19) 1 (1973) (in English) .,1 i .i e , ~ ~ e ~ f . t 1 ~ i t / 3 i ~ I ~ .~ t i r ! [ ! i 1 i 3 ~ ~ *19?3, No. 13, 1.1 GWA *d* ~ Tobacco ::v-,cricfnes ... •-..•.r....., ..w,....,.,.. T~ • 0 2, n 0 n d2 4 7 1 5
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50329 8195 ..-.__ ,,,.....,r. L S• -- - • ` ^lavours ut d Aro . . d u ct~~~~~. ~ a rt o--~. - fo o - 4 _' iT*s« ' HENRY B. HEATH M A.B., B.IM~IrLF C , F•LF.Sr.T, s. Bush Boake Alkn, a divitton of Albright & Wilson Lbnired"' '~ OYV!/a~{/~_~`~~~°~rs.~ia~'~Jj i13 qui~e aooap~ibk `o oae may ba qni irr .!,i MvOhiD$ to abotMt. Hence, Wdt aDd 8. ` SUPPOSE THAT there '~re i~rji ~ew of ts etiat mnc6 more re~ and caaaot be treat h Ibava aot at iome time or otbec hkd.to• roll op.oor ally to:aythin=lita tbe ~ame estent tbat.ve doeves aod pre a meal:. Per6ap~ it hvdvad ,.. related 8eld oi to~{etrba, ooametiw aad ~:. ~~atose oomp ted t~ao reacl+inj tot a wn of ~b as ~ iotainatiooalt~oQd oompaolst~ _ U~lked ~ean~. Oid tbe ot6er haad you mar ba~e beea - Ort. -- - - - - . . .• t_ attracttd to a _particWarly_ inta fl-"=#' appre6ension as to bo.y the ~:..- r .. ~. . . '~ ' _ • •. . . . . . . - t LkSf5/:ay1'k-qr M ' sc,Y.CB and tlds ,; : But jnrt bo*r ®ah of t6e aBoary aR, a •• aeal aMtivtty aad 6ow mneb ba baen ratic a little . the imoada of uienoe and tec6nofopPt Ot tarn oat. T~e .ajqred AwourtW and attractlvely prepara
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50329 8246 . :M"'"s ` 0? :~LSr r. ..I:4~Tr ;.'?Y ~.:fD rit i+,r:.n~:.~i~~ ui~~u :J.' j~iM~Jil7v ' .w. . Z r.....~..., .~ ~ 1 4:v' Go A 3 S '.:+: tCi~.,,,""o po Cu , +C'+... ~w& fio .~~s a:i::';_:.i's':?; E.',Cd 0. I:a :10C1'?.t Fh6La st-a-at iseiyo cK:;i. J. 12?P 25745 {Augm; t 29, 1;y'} 02 '00 0 0 zd7 2t 1.
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50329 8221 sooZ Lcas p P 509 O SOq ~/lBJ~ ~ oF T ~ rv ' . 76 TT -Re-81 ,~' qES SP 798 i„ . - :. ~ c,iLVa`ters*.w~i~'~~i°si''K""'.°spU: . ~ ~ = _ _-.:1r,I. :>>:Ilo~llo. asllie~ iMr: .l Al. "- V is sierlMAr.. ]flN. , _. . ~ . tlr e*f~.tiae M tAiaelsM ti01). a anwl -a.-l i aMeFt.ia)r/i au~yrd~1W(s~alt~ry, id~ia - LLr). flr ox,Mtlan Fvo4ict ~6p1 1nMbits rataM- tta. ,e arW anl Metaria. 7m 1irttia; hctar far al i.ary 06d1 FroOrcNee isthpot 1A At . ' laroai« ar./iMlNfer as.ee fQl awe iF apaar ~~~' - ill tltCl~i t0 Iqfnl faliM. IaMMrar. taR stM1N Aaw teA/atN tM.t ceenetration of aalinry fCA iyr also be li.itiM hr 06p1 ~,rrytia~. 1te - n.Por! Mra nwlts .I a sntartit strdy af tM •Naets M rariatiM of Il actirity, ad p.raaNt ~ S~M CMO~IItratlwl M ~i~t~ NM/'atiM1 1f.' . 4Sp1 1a Msi* fal/ra. Fa saliva tnr f asrsl srYi~et: amtaifad a sw~ of aOrN OSd1 ti* itieMntly MioMr O~pl tar1. (rM». 16-10irN)M M rrw~M aftrr i N.. 1aniMtiM at !7°C as a hplt at aMO4iaau Penxirt produCtiai. S~gPiM " [ ;,CTiYTILi ~7ii~! A irl.'. ~1l-11fC3y~.C1f: j.a`.1I~- .t.iLi+ i if~~slir r.~+IL+ s1•.rLI=7Ai" tL'.:J~,~ ii:L:>l+l't2J1L'::1 F.1~iZL:~' T^S?;^."'li?lif' Lr`:~'.T=^?!f' h.~`I~_I~ +: ~ s ^ A"^: J'i ['T'Tf'>t ilf'1I IT3?T,~ t~'~ ,^. A[Til:?~3 :TL'l~'r'L1IT.lI1T1~~I~T * /art 1bFRS 11/tigf'MtipaI Fellokh rMip Im 1Yp 2l0"1 aM IOR wtnct iHSt. f 02n 0o 0246 91 6
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50329 8256 93W $1 ViI Hu Ti;~w.CC--GEORGIA/TOBACCO-=AGRICULTURE~ Hubbard, E. E.; ~Z~~7 SS NO. PAMPHLET 81 VII Hu Gecrgia Station, 11 xp., Ga., U. S.) MARKETING GEORGIA TOBACCO FROM FARM TO FIRST BUYER. Ga. Agr. Ezp. Sta. Ses. Bull. 1981, No. 372, 1-18 (1981) (in English) This study revealed that most tobacco warehouses are located within 20 miles of all tobacco growers. Most of the movement of tobacco from farm to warehouse was in farm operators' vehicles. - Most tobacco gzowers reported having more than one warehouse available to thm:- Convenience was most•frequently cited as the reason for choice of market by tobacco growers.
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• 50329 8251 ! I !:C.'•.I-s:i?; C? V.~ f4y?lD l,rm itISCa, by k'lzlio= y. :!asCaA sr,d CilljoYt H. Irlotshsr 1567 S°3 Pegac ~;Ilafms eua wllratu Co. Bslci;.r$, M4r72sn3 1 s O~oc~o~lx4 7 xb
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76 1 Ma-79 6-63-78 ) MASSACHUSETTS_INSTITUTE_OF_TECHNOLOG LIFIED* ~ '~ltl1rA'!"V )[i',' SIW N. H. COOK Dcpartmcnt or Mechnnirhl iinf;tnerring INIUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM f , b~ . . OzOQn 0 2 4 13 9
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50329 8261 ~ !~!o .~•, GY-<•„-~10 0~ MDICAL ~ 1007 1 ~ -~ Fl 1961 ~Isitlttd- C. tl.. Ae Ja07 ,. _ z~d sd, 4D7 p. F~ ''~ :;~':il eC:,~ it~ti -^.v---.r.-.- 0~n Q~ Q2 4 7 3 6
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50329 8243 XI Me2 77 RJR CLASS NO. PA1'II'HLET XI MeZ 77 s.p. S.P• Freedman, S.; fltltlwz:F 0.-.~'r•~`_-) - (Roya1 Postgrad. Med. Sch., Hatmeersmith Hosp., Dep. Med., London, Gt. Erit., , CNA.yGES OF SMOKING HABITS AND COUGH IN MEN SMOKING CIGARETTES WITH 30% ` NSM TOBACCO SUBSTITUTE. • • Rr4!_ Med:..?our. 1. 1427.-1430 (1976) (in English) E r-- ~ '----- • ---- ' stubs. On changing frm;; 'NSAt io coniroi cigarettes iia i t ~ The effects of smoking cigarcttcs with 30'd of the tobac ~ of the 17 men, who were acn:stomed to low nicotine, kcpt ; ~ , replaced by NSM tobacco substitute, which lowered thcir. , t thcir•nicotine intake down by some chan e in smoT:i, ' tar and nicotine delivery, were studied by comparing t them with the effects of conventional cigarettes In a i controlled crossover trial lasting 20 months. Chest ~ symptoms, cigarette consumption, and forced expiratory i volume In ine rscond (FGV,) were measured each month. 4 Two-hundred men began the trial and 159 completed it. The test cigarettes were acceptable to all but one of tSe j men. In a subsample of 35 men estimates of nicotine ~ Intake were obtained from monthly analyses of cigarette r oz~onoz4 7 .1 - 8 . . . - . • z'..I _ S . . _- .- T` . . ~ habit. Before the crossover and this change in smoking ; ~ habit the men smoking NSM ciYarettcs had a small but ~ significant reduction of cough. ~ ~ Cigarettes containing 30";, \S11 and dc17.•ering only; ~ 1 mg of nicotine are likely to be acceptable to smokers; ~ and may reduce coughing. Further trials are needed to; ~ conRrtn these findings and establish what long-term' _eQects such ciLarettes may have on smokers' health. i / -4 .
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50329 9257 . .._/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HISTORY/TOBACCO--HISTORY--REVIEti/ ~~ . ' TOBACCO--ANTI-SMORING CAI~4'AIGN/ 76 XI F1 R.1R CLASS N0. PAMQ'HLET 76 XI Fl '' *(no affil.)* ' ~ .. WINSTON FLETCHER DETAILS A HISTORY 0F TOBACCO AND ITS MANY ~ PROHIBITIONS SINCE ITS DISCOVERY. . Campaign 1976, p. 22, 25-26 (Sept. 3, 1976) (in'English) 02 0.0 n02 4732 . .
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pw map ` .,..-~ ... RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QA 276 Fl 1981 50329 8255 F 0 PRACTICAL METHODS OF OPTIMIZATION. VOL. 2. CONSTRAINED OPTIMIZATION. John Wiley & Sons.New York, NY.81.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 150 si 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 7 3 0
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50329 8252 , ~ I 7 y i The Sweet, Herb of Paragua ~ ?~?•e, G'?- 7 , s,fi ~ From the leaves of this small wild shrub, gathered at time ` of flowering during the Paraguayan summer, chemists have ~ extracted Stevioside, a white compound 300 times as sweet ; as table sugar. What of its future? A group of researchers i ~ I at the National Institute of Arthritis and Metabolic L3;;eases are now investigating its chemical structure, a study which was initiated by French chemists about two decades back 0o n 0 B~DlA H?W*"Ck FLETCHER, JR. r ,
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~ - -,. ---a -..,e,•._. _ .. ~. ~ LJ ;. ~ ~SC1t !'t/f!i{iAT 194 F'v:i* S " + T~ ~: rF ` 1 2240 N THE U. S. A. (le En3lish) by F. 3 ?CBACCO F~. . . 111 flcicher and R. A. Biron. ~ 50329 8249 I ~ ~¢cnal~orsl ~c~ert~f _ ~ci ~ coC~ry~~tf ~ D.r~}, 1NT_ktWI1~NN~,., j,ithllfli. ?.3hftO '_ h: ~' S3~ i~P';' ~ (PrBSIe~ Cor~r~s5~;.rc~? ~puE Intirt`et Ar~l d,: '. ,nt.) IW TWU VUiuMb ~~ in _Fro~ 5r- 1~5~ LAk1I ~!LS 'C3 osa•9- lr =rtrcy. :-4 S. E. 1. T. R~ -Par~~ _ QFr+~Fiac o ~ ~ 0 n o z a~ 2 4
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50329 8248 Rhoday, :Ian PRI2iCIi'LE3 OF INDUSTRIAL MICROgIOd.OGY, by Alan 8l.odea stw Dare;c L. "rLetcinar- 2.966 320 Poges Pergsarn Prses Nt•at YuSk- ..,......_, o~oo6 0 z4 72 -3
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------~.,.. 41 ~ RC i 776 ~ , Fl 1976 j C. .Owl and;emphysema ~ AN EIGHT-YEAR STUDY OF EARLY CHRONIC OBSTRUCTII'E LUNG DISEASE IN WORKING MEN IN LONDON CltARGEB Ft:6'E'CEIEI# ~IiLQ1tM OsCL1%H•.V. r1111NM/tM.M:T WTAL KM.TOItUN'ATK N¢bMAI. tCNUM., LlA\DOW RICIIARD rrTo /i,ON a 1?t c: KRII $flR/lF:a MIAy.W4t 1N1'iRNANY. 1~\1\IRNTT (R OUY'OR1k 0.4V1111 Q ~ n o n 0 2 ~o~"O?D L.,)41:RSi•rt PRRS, ittwr VnllM n/RaNTo TOBACCO--SMQKIN(',--ffiMPHygFZtA/grIOKING AND HEALTII/ The natural history of chronic~bronchitis • f . CECILY TINKER tMCtt..MCl/ rl9AOM MY.U. Flk:r4M.UH'ATA a1kINCAL .4-11WN., U1N(K1?1 FRANK r. SPEI'/,L:R ASfL~:.\NT MM117~N~H •N' >II bMIN! 11MCAPU 1Q.PN'AI. SCILwN.. IMI..TOV
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50329 8270 3X *4eF-N-700-73 PIRA BIBLIOGRAPHY INFORMATION DEPARTMENT BIBLIOGRAPHY NO. 603 ~l~tE~E~ F4~UEFSi ACfA - compiled by W. Gates' The Research Association for the Paper and Board, Printing and Packaging Industries Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, England 0 an0 n0 2 4, 745 -
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,~....,...._ - 10329- d26?-____~ 1pC YeF-H-700-73 PIRA BIBLIOGRAPHY: INFORMATION DEPARTMENT BIBLIOGRAPHY NO. 602 EL.L~G~Ph~i~H~~OF~OG~GSTIJ~FSr~ . Par#, .3P.4091e+g~mwerids 1 oompiied by M.Y. Gates ' The Research Association for the Paper and Board, Printing and Packaging Industries r Randalls Road, Leatherhead, Surrey, England _. ....,.... _ __ . ~. - . . -_~ -- _ . _ ~ .a .. _,, . . 0? tt 0 .0 0 24 7 44
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50329 8241 ..~.....~,..~.~..... .-~ ~ \. 78 XT A.i1-7fi I RJR CLASS tr'0. PAtqPHLET-78 XI Adl-78 s:p. (Royal Coll. Physicians, London, Gt. Brit.) S.P. SoMOKING At10 HEALTH, 1WITH SPECIAL f•.!:FERENCE TO THE EFFECT OF ADVERTISIt1G 0?i CIGARETTE SALES 1Ft GREAT t;RITAI1! APiD t;',IY PEOPLE S!'OKE. BBC Radio 2, "The Jimmy Young Show", transcript, 14pp (June 1, 1977) in English *tiote date* 1Jia~.riy Young interviewed Professor Charles F1etEher who~ n.^ong a nwaa' er of comraents, enphasised the difference between tobacco manufacturers' public and pri'vate attitudes to adver~ising: In public they say that it doesn't actuallye encourage smokie:g, but "we have a lovely quote from one of the manufacturers in • p: ivate ; • saying - our purpose in this ca~zpaign has bcen to keep reopl2 ~ smoking and that 's a nanufac'turer spe~:king in private and we got #hoid of the quote because it was•published in one of their 4raagazines,n ~ ...-- ` .• 0200tt'0247 1 6
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Z-: 50329 8220 JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH, VOL iS, NO. C12, PAGES 7NS-74S2, DECBAtEH1t 2Q,19I0 k w 8, C rIr Du2-81 s. P. Stratospheric NO Measurements: A New Balloon-Borne Chemiluminescent Instrument F~ q+ `q: IC. H. wLILLR, P. FASIAN, V,W AND W. A. MAiTEiEW: Xdx-rlaaek-lxx+fnrtJltrAaesewrid &3111 ~Mr6rI-l.bfr 4 Filwi.t ltqu6k dQ.wap A detaiptioa of a.ea eAemilumioaoe~ baDooa waae !br .vtasotiog watospDaie liork aodds ir be~imie~ 2~ ~n bdon 4 iooMt. A\ Weding ia~t~e NOu ~ eixie~tatioa a Fieducciaa ia NO mixiej ~u ~ betw+eep awat in t6e morninj aod dao.nt ia tb aRasooa .ag obuwad. '[1e aA.raooa valus .Man found to be up 10 a factior of 2 lars.r daa the eaaieS wha Ixt7tODUCI'M bg emciancy. A etaioleat steel tnbe, thron=h which ozone There is good aReement between observed and txkolated 141°d0d into tbe reaction obamber, is inclined at an ansle c vertical pm/ila or:ma,ny gratoap6awic traa ooortitnemb ta 93• to the attit of the chamber (Fi~nre 2) at~d mounted tu lated to the chemistry of the eactb'c oaor~ layar. Eaoeptioat Sentielly to the chamber pall. It was fonad that in tltis pos such as NOs and CIO. :pxies, baaera, still SM rire to hr8e doa the best mixi" ooold be acLietrod and b.ct diffusioa, ia discrepancia between measurements and model cakvlatio.a Portat at low pressarll, tivas mLnimiaed. The inwlatie and also among measnnmaats earried out by diReteat tecL- , doabk windoav, uparuioj 60 cold pbotpnnhiplier from th n4r 2t= U t 1byV T 04 [ W1q' The 90' warm te.etioa ebaraber, aooaists in oos p.et of a Nter with
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- - ~KI NG AfiD HEALTN7CORDftAIM ~~- ~ EftSEt S T--DISEASES/ 50329 8250 EXERCISE/ , EXERCISE AND CORONARY i,, HEART DISEASE ~ s~/ ROLE 1\ PREVE\T1O\, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT Swond L'dilion Br ~iJi;AL8 :#.. F'LAft" M.D. Dimlor of /,rlrrw!.11ediri,rr Gtorgia BaptirI.tlidira/ Cnwr .1!/anla, Gawro Prg/'i.uor of ,Nrdiriw /Candio%i Fmon [ irnrrliA• ,Sthool o/ .tfidirini ~ n rYr• h CHARLES C THOMAS • PUBLISHER Sjiri,tel-rld • I/liitois • L:S.A. a,ir/ JOHN D. CANTWELL, M.D. .1.tki(iam Arrilu, u/ Grwgrr Bapti,!.Il,rlwul .!!/aHlit. Ginrqrrr C/iwiral.{nnl.a! PrrfiIm, ,n .1/r,Liiinr r(.irrili..I"; fmn, i C' i .~rlr,r../ n/ .IJrrl~nrr 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4 7 2 9
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50329 6265 'dS 149 Du 1970 2 C. PaaP.Gii:.^,--1:!)OD/ POOD--i.rCCAGZti'C--MA2EI;IA:.S I YOOD--P ROt,"5$SINGi. ' D: D. Duxburq ' et a1 , pDL : pD-750 770 any ift d Con~ S p w 1 co a n RELIABILITY OF - f11 - W#G"M FOR T_HERMOPROCESSI.:i) FOODS UNDER PRODaCTION CONDITIONS. PHASE 1: FEASII3ILIT Y. Prepared for: DISTR(E[1TED Bv: . Army Natibk Lab:oratories • -•~ ' Tc4;~: ;~:~; { ~:~;: . r.n S~z.;,e U. S. ~EPrr; ~ i i:~~;T 0~ C~~ :~;.::: :CE Jn 1 y 1970 ~~$1 5285 poct Royal goai. Springiietd Va. 22151 . ' . .. . ~ . ' `f. !-~. -.. . _..... _ " . . . . . ~.M . 0. 2 -q 7 4 0
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I *ieA7-8d . S.P. ~s0329 62~`~t AL''EE~NAT~~'e/E 5 JlIVOR SCHEDULES ~ ~ Part 9l: icitS Part 2: Permanent Part-Time Employment Part 3: The Compressed Workweek an AMA survey report Stanley D. Nollen Virginia H. Martin . JUUU, 'A DIVISION OF AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS ~ V0 U W o z 0 e n o z 4 7 4 9 ~
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50329 8263 ....-......_.....:_. ....rr;.o_.._.•.-... - ,..,a - -~y.,i~.a.,,.~adi.i..u :.,.. : -..: r r C~N :~'~Ml WAiL 000 U OF ~.~. PART : s Paper; XacS;aging; C~etlutosQ; casein; ` ,~tas;ial.o Barrier Materials; Busaness• Copy -t'roducts; Leather, /neh.des starrdards oL• I* . . --~ Cottuniuee O-6 a•+ Paper and Pape. Aoduots D 10 of, Patt.ag.r.q O?3 on Ce:rurosa nnd C,:nutosw iMrivan.os p?S on Case,n a,a 5,mdar Protqn Matarials 0 31 a+ lcsOser ,.. . f•2 on ik.dd. 8arrrrt M.teriais f-6 on Bus>ws: Cw2r Praducts Ihk. s.7oara ~ • ' ' 01-01G072•11 ~t".CRtCAfd COCIETY FOR TESTING AND tl~ATER(AtS 9 iNG Itt.t:o St.. Phi7udalyhin, Pa. 19103 s 4 7
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. _ . .--~,. ~..... _.. _ . ~...,. ... ,.. ..~------ . 5 329 825a rii CoA2-77 S.P. . . ~~ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHI.ET VII CoA2-77 s.p. '(U Dep. Agr. Res. Serv., Tobacco Storage Insects Res. Unit., Richmond, Va., U. S.) . . : ~ : A PROCEDURE FOR COLLECTING LARGE NUMBERS-OF $GGS OF LASIODERMA SERRICORNE Jour: Stored Prod. Res. 13, 87-88 (1977) (in English) I OUR rasr eRorts to acquire large numbers of eggs of the cigarette beetle, Lasioderma serrkorrte (F.), for research purposes were moderately successful (Ft.Etcxat and LoKC, ~ 1971; THoMpsoN and Ft.ErcHn. 1972); however, the techniques'involved did not permit ~ mucb flexibility in handling and counting. For example, eggs that could be counted ~ ~ ln sttu did not present many problems, but most eggs were oviposited between 2 strips i of filter paper. When the strips were separated, portions of the chorion often adhered to both sides, which destroyed the eggs. Therefore, when we developed a new method of acquiring large numbers of eggs from the drugstore beetle, Stego6itun paniceum (L), our success (L. W. FLETCttER and 1. G TNOMmN, unpublished data), suggested that ~ cigarette beetle eggs might be collected in much the same way if a proper ovipositional . stimulant were used. 1 . ._., . i - .. i _ . x, V- _. ~f~..... . . .'... ,_ ~.r,..~~ a . ~ ~ . . . . . - . . ~ 0 2n o no2.47 .2q
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50329 8260 f Qn 305 F Dte.leic anhydride derivatives; ieactions of the douL1: bond iby, Lawrence fi. Flett land, 'ML'iam Howlett Gard- ner. New York,lViley (1952, 289 p. 24 cm. Library of Congresa ~ --r i20j ~ ------ -.. .- -- ._ ---•-- ~_. 1. Maleic acid. r. Titie. r 7 QD305.4?F55 ~ '547.2 547.7 G2-G66C I .~ s v~ o o n ~ 2 4 7
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----- - - --••----• --- , vI--Ta3•-7b-- --TOBACCO--FILLING CAPACITY/ ~ " 'T • - -• • • 50329 8237 ~ RJR CLASS NO, PAMPNLET VI Ta3-76 Buisson, J.; ° (SEITA, Paris, Fr.) SOME OBSERVATIO13S IN THE DETCRDtINATION OF THE FILLING CAPACITY WITH t )i::6Ir1ETER. *(Bcobachtungen uber die Messung der Fullfahigkeit mit einem Aensimeter.)* Tabak f:olloquim, 18th, paper, 13 p., reUchatel, Switz. (May 1976) (in German) _ Previous reference - abstract only - complete German original available now. h filli ' o nR e matically t Attempts have been made to determine aut capacity in a densimeter. This required certain mechanical changes in the densimetdr J1 and the changes in turn required the study of factors which have a substantial effect on the deviation of the values. It appears that the velocity of the piston which compresses the cut tobacco has no effect on the values. The values are affected by the manner in which the tobacco is placed into the cylinder. TK,(., ! - cl~ &,,. A, ~+^^V ai'~..'~ a~; 90 •~~,.~ z/ trp~ S.2 ~~~ • 3o s.ca-. ZO 1 02na nn2 47 1 2 4
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50329 8259 1,174 G2r)Mi Editors John Lenihan 19 8 the Emir®nme nt 44S ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/HAIR/ENVIRO:VMENTAL HEALTH/ IATROGENIC DISEASES/CANCER-CAUSATION BY DRUGS/DRUGS--TOXICOLOGY/ SMOKING IiND HEALTH/FOOD --CONTAMINANTS/ ENVIRONMENT AND MAN VOLU(VE SEVEN, de-l, 909 7s ~ RA a~;~ , and . WilNMr W Fletcher L B.SC.. Ph.D.. F.I.S.. F.I.Biol.. F R.S.E. 0 B.E.. M.Sc.. Ph.D.. C.Eny. F.I.E.E.. F.Inst.P.. F.R.S.E. Profesw of Bioloqy and Past Dean of the School of einlogical Sc;e Directar of tbe Department of Clinical Physics and Bio-Enqineenn,q. West o/ University of Strathclyde: Chairman of rhe Scottish Branch of rre Ins, Scotland Hea/th 8orrds. Pro/essor of CliniCal Physics. University of G/as9oww of Biology: President of the Botanical Society of Edi~nourgh 1978 ACADE114lC PRESS•Nfe~l YORK & SAN FRANCISCO , . A tubsld{ary ot Nareourt Oroc. Jovanovleh, Pubtishors ~~~~ 'n , ~ .~I ~,c`~~ l-. 020 0 n - 0 2 4 T.34
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'7$-,-Xf• Ad'--81. S.P. ' control of cigarette smoking Y ' NOTICE This mktubl may be ~~ Recent Adv Conmqni$y..JPd,,.J•(_0,) 1.97.8 ; probCt~dl by .OYl~'s'.. i i~ (TItM ~ V•$• ~•i0d~~.. ~la.r a brAb p.Me.~ .r pea~ ~..oa. w a.iey in atrcady .nt.e+1 ~ n.ni." nnsw.i.d ti..e aL%tare ta.M wriua to a.t traw wladMl (! WW. l tl1a1 1 T 6. Health education and the ~ An Facpert Committee of the Workl Health Orfaniratioa (1975) eonchKlcd that: ' , .•.: tmakift-tdald Jirenes arw aacL istportnw emrca of di*"ty aaJ t+rrawwre de,wb in ~ Jerele{k%lavunmriK tf+at tbe ewnml of cirarette mmkinY cou1J do mmto iruprove b.ah b. .: anJ pn*w4 lire in these oaatries tban wtr other siqk actioa in the whole GrW of pre.ewiMe aieJieiaaft .INTItODUCTWN mana=e to stop. ~ Conttdling :ntoking dcmtutda that atnokers sJawkl be persuaded to stol+ or reduce their amaking drasxirdiy and that young pcople should be pcrsuaded twt to mart smoking. To ttchieve this we have to have as full as possible an under:taqdin= of the nature and cauwa o[the habit ar.d of the aort of people who are must likely to amoke. We most also ask why they atart to smoke, why they continue to smoke and why rome 0 2 0 0 A 0 Z 4 7 1 9
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.-------- -~..~ - 50329 82'19 A.7tiL•'SIVE Aiii3 tAATING Ult TESTING 1969 142 Paaes Padric Pub2ishin; Co. Cernar.dsville, :~. J. 0 0;200 0 n2 4 7 S
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50329 8253 ~ : .1 for the Committee on Nomrnclature of the Division of Organic Chemistry of the Aiperiean ~ Che.ical Society. AlERICAN CEiE."QCAL SOCIETY Wa shingtoa, D. C. ~,974 _ ~twe. /b. t '" r~ _.~ ~ ~. . . : _ . NOMENCLATURE--ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/CREMISTRY, ORGANIC--NOMENCLATURE/ ANERICAN QHEMICAL SOCIETY, COMMITTEE ON NOMEBCLATURE OF THE DIVISION 0F ORGANIC CHEMISTRY/ ADVANCES IN CHEMISTRY SERIES 126. Robert P. Could, Ed `, ;° . '~~ Nomenclature of organic Compounds 71 Princi les and Practice - - 1974 •~ Edited by: -p 2 C. ~ j='~~K ~IO. OF C0.~1.YECTICUT C. DER*O:R, OKLAAOv.A STATE. UNIV. OTIS ._ ROBERT $. FOX, NAVAL RESEARCB LABORATORY w
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50329 827 S L _ I !eA7-80 Across the Board, April, 1980, PP. 6-21 S.P. Nollen, Stanley D. What Is happening toybeAtime, flexft®ur, guing $nme, Cilie variable day? And permanent part-time employment? And the Cwur-day week? The changing workplace . 0 2n a0 0 2 47 9 o
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w"Ift 50329 8258 . . _..._ - ------ ~. ._._-_ - -- - -~..-- I < ..._/TOBACCO--SMOKING--HISTORY/TOBACCO--HISTORY--REVIE4?/ z . ' TOBACCO--ANTI-SMOKING CAI~AIGN/ " 76 XI FI • RJR CLAS5 N0. PAt•g'HLET 76 XI Fl ~. Fletcher, W,' : ~t f (no a #- -- - t'lA 1ISTOAt0l` TbEACCQ Afd ITS MNY~ . ---- -_ ~. j s PT~riIBIT4ONf-SINCR i DISCO . ~Campaign 1976, p..22, 25-26 (Sept. 3, 1976) (in'English) k . . • . .~.. . e. r 0 2 oOnOZ4 73 3 10
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~- . -- ,--- - 50329 8272 XXII Pa-74 T 73 - C D 09 FLEXIBJ.x PAEt1ftNG~F`AN;-pEAT- Pl®CESSED Y00nw: -F1VCZ,4a--ApD" P~C'i! `EVALUATIOW by " PACYJAMv- P.L: Goldfarb • Presented at the Seminar Reynolds b!etals Cor•ipany Flexible Packaging for Heat Processed Foods St. Louis, t-b., November 28-29, 1973 Sponsored jointly by the Flexible'Packaging Committee and St. Louis Chapter THE PACKAGIt:G INSTITUTE, U.S.A THE PACKAGING INSTITUTE, U.S.A. 342 Madison Avenue New York, N.Y. 10017 ' -- , ~--. . . ..,_-_: .,,........_._~. , .,....;.-T, 0 ~. ~ 0 0 02 4• .7 47. . PACKAGING REPORT from THE PACKAGING INSTITUTE, U:S.A. f .~:.
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_~...._ 29 0467 .... :K t.e°-11-700:73 - ~t.HXfitL~ P11a;iCAfilNG•---YB£NIW'•!""DE'MBW!*= T~ BY Gordon Beckett . /V?oZ} /S, / 7_/ee /. , • One of the chief difticutties faced by converters today, especially the sma -to . • ertwlium•sized company. is the problem of satisfying'the need for more and be'tter' • Information. A well known industry markcting advisor said recently that in his opinion there ts nothing more important for a converting firm today than to have " a good and systematic information retrieval system. He also added: "Money you can borrow (even at today's high rates I). Personnel you can hire (even with today's Mtmense shortage of real brain power). But Information you must acquire. t N-- ~ knowwhere to find •and retrieve.. .. t, LtirstPr, we wil! note here a few important trends which are taking shape in our -- -__..- Industry and follow-up with some market and marketing date. 1 0~~~~tn2 .4 7 4 2
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~.~.. ~ . _ ~. _.. _ 50329 8280 MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL/LIGNINS/ENZYMES--IMMOBILIZED/PEPTIDES/ ETHYL ALCOHOL FROM CELLULOSICS/FOOD--PRODUCTION FROM WASTES/ FERMENTATION--MICROBIOLOGICAL INVOLVEMENT/FERMENTATION, :INDUSTRIALr 151 : An : 1980 Annual Reports . EDITED BY on Fermentation Processes GEORGE T. TSAO - _ ~ ~~~ ~~ ASSOCIATE EDITORS Yol . 4 ..j1980 - A Subsidiary of HarcouR Brace Jovanovith, Publishers ~ww York London Toronoo Sydney San Francisco ROBERT K. FINN ~ ~- ~ _ ~. wn..~. I ! ! 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 7 S 6
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XXII Pa-74 PACKAGING REPORT from THE PACKAGING INSTITUTE, U.S.A. T-7314 I S. P• . FLEXIBLR"= PACKAf IIW FOR HEA? PROCESSED F00Df: . ~ ''HS=' 14AT2~ DMliOPHSt~1',~= P1OGRAS - -' F.J. Rubinate Chief, Packaging Division General Equipment and Packaging Laboratory Natick Laboratories Presented at the Seminar : Natick,M.ass. Flexible Packaging for Heat Processed Foods November 28- r.ouis Ko 29 1973 $t . , . , . THE PACKAGING INSTITUTE, U.S.A. 342 Madison Avenue Sponsored jointly by the New York, N.Y.10017 Flexible Packaging Committee and St. Louis Chapter L THE PACKAGING INSTITUTE, U.S.A. . t ;~'~f0 I/ !« ~~.ar ~rT.^T //~-+_ 0~~..+ I. f,J lI R ~ 0 2 4 7-. ,
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. . 50329 8293 QD 547 -Vo 1976 COMMERCIAL ORGANIC FLOCCULANTS Josef Vostrdil Franti3`ek Jura6ka VNOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridy., N.w J.rssy, U.S.A. 1878 0 z- 0 o0'o2 47 6 a
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50329 8282 ~ a~eKpaokS --iYoRr~r ~~rR ~ c,. ~ / . yls'A/. , ~96y : Modern Vegetarian Cookery ~ ~ . i . . i Benguin Bools I i . /c. U~000 0 2 4 7'57
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50329 SAFETY IIEASURSS/INDUSTRIAI. HYGIENE/ 8273 M~irs~otlos Sheeaformt Pert ef the urv/ce to CfS subscribers onI Is Issued by the 74 I I~ l„tu"vanal patfona/ Safety and Health Information Centre (C/5) d+ Monof b.bow OJf'ice. Genere. Switzerland JWERI11C TAtiKS AND OTiiER ENCLOSED SPACEB.(CIS Inforaation Sheet,itbid, 6) $ii6CULAR SAHS. (CIS Infotmation Sheet, Hros, 7) PuMIN SUNS 0tfBg<;AW MR Ct/BYAI1Bf (CIS Information Sheet, Kbac, 8) PIRATORY PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT. (CIS Information Sheet, Ti:, 9) NOlQCS O! MACNIIiE CIfAaDING.(CIS Infossation sheet, Js Pym Svh, 10) MCIaL j~ftTING IN FACTORY AND OPlICE (CIS Information Sheet, Smp, 11) Iu~'.ENENT AND INDUSTRIAL SAFE'!Y ACNIEVEMENT (CIS Information Sheet, Vap Vov, 13) ?ACTORS AND SAFETY. (CIS Information Sheet, Puv:s1(056), 15) ISE Ix INDUSTRY. (CIS Information Sheet, Bik, 17) ~ YLIRS Oi INTERNATIONAL COLLABORATION IN OCCiJPATIONAL'SAFETY AND liEALiN, (CIS Information Sheet, Z : sh(02), 19) rIVI1N: (CIS Information Sheet, Bbg.jaasr, 20) AAZARDS OT;.OER BEAlIS. (CIS BIBLIOGRAPNY, Bqh, 8) ' ME~6T 01 OCCtlPATIOI~AI. ACCIDENTS AND DISEASES. 17[E ~ONO`LICS 0! SAFETY AND BEALTg. (CIS BIBLIOGBAPiIY, Yo., 7) o 2 0,0 no . A-748
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76 I Ma-80 Structured Solid for Studying Food Texture 50329 8285 A Fruit Simulatinq Alginate Gel System as a Nancy I,uhl, James. Eawkes, '&WAWP j, ~ and Marcus Rarel' Department of Nutrition and Food Science Massachusetts Institute of Technology . Cambridya, MA II.5.A. - 02139 "M.I.T. INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM 1 Present address: U.S. Army Natick Research ' - and Development Command Food Engineering Labs Natick, N,A 01760 . 0 Paper Number 19-31: Presented at the First International • Congress on E.^.3,ineerinq and Food, • Boston,..AiA Auqust, 1976 Contribution :Iumber 3095 of the Department of Nutrition and Food 02000•02 4 7.Sb. :
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(ES6T) I'sa3ra c;, (n;, °c'::; t~7-q-iff •sag •gcr3 •qaaw •paeag •q=Z/.Tci tnzv 1.~~ ~. ~.....~R • A 1 L ~ w..w V-+•r a•1W~1Yra.1.~1 .~f~1 Or:li .tt (896T) 16Z8 6ZEOS '~. ~_~ :. -
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s~- ~. ----- <--T- KA~4~ ~ G~o`YFEC>/oA',ERy'/D.4/A,y PRDD6/CTt/,~'pOOJ .4lt'AT~~OULTiqA/•/ ,E6 Gs~siv.rck FooDs~Po~ya~,vyL cH<o.4~o~'~.a.~a.N.,ry,y, % ppky STyRE~VE/PA~~RI~D.~ d /1AG~%f/~ - -fiLMS .4 wo ,t,Mf --W-Q,44f~~ P~¢-~KAG~iNG-- ~DO D /~4 c/Ae /yI ,tT A. X 4 6'iA/rr lI.`1 %A'*A!/ w i P,ODL ~c d 0 2 0 0 0 02 4 1' 4Jh«: N. 50329 8268 AARON L. BRODY
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----1 - -- - ~ ---- 03iy e2st ` s 144" 0~ ~ "- r`'.,-*+. . .~' ~'v~L A',6.. 1 INSTM-il:::i 1L ::ELTF.J.`; ACTII•ATIO:y A'.: AL1'SIS OF TiIOLQGICAL MATERIALS. Radiochir-i. Acta 11 (So. 2) 97-100 (1969) (in English) *Keywords:* broraiue, cured, constituent; gold, cured, constituent; lanthanum, cured, constituent; mercury, cured, constituent; zinc, cured, constituent; selenium, cured, constituent; ailver, cured, constituent; scandium, cured, constituent; tobacco leaves; cigarette-tobacco. *1971, `:o. 20, N 8473* *d* Toba'ccuk analysi~ gc ry.~: ,a. 71 IPA00RJR CLASS :FO. PAMPHLET 71 VI Na Nadkarni, R. A. ; Ehaann, W. D. ' (University Ky., Che.,~. Dep. :Sed. Cent., Lexington, Ky., U. S.)
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50329 8289 - -- -------s--•. j t 4 , ~B Metcalf, Clell Lee, 1S3S-10-48. 931 i~estructive and useful insucts: their haLits and co:»ro1. ~ by C. L. Metc=.tlr and W. P. Flint: re~-ised by I:. L. ltetc ;lf. 3d ed. New Tork,llcGra«-Flill,1351. . =tr, 1071 p. tllue., tnapa. 24 cm. (DdcCraw•Hil: publ:catfons Lf the agrtculturalsclences! Includes "Aeferenees." ~ 1. Insects, Injurious and beueflctal. t1. Entomolo;y, Ecut:o;Lir, L B'ilat, Wesley F'illsburr.1832-19~43, joint author. ii. Jletcalf, I'c:,ert Lee,14l10- ur. Title. SB'J31.Ti43 1'51 632.7 Agr 5 _ U. S. Dept. of A;r. Ltbr. ~ 4~1166.3 Ed. 3 for Library of Con.-ress ~ ia3u=7it , 0~~nnoz4
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50329 8290 ~ SB j 931 ._.. . .~.~, . j 2.. Metcalf, Clell Lce, 1888-1 ~ 18. n ytrur.tiv3 and useful insects: their habits and cor,trol ! iby] C. L. Metcalf iancil I'C. P. Flint. Rev. by R. L. DIe:.:a1f. ~ ~ . 4th ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1962. 1037 p. illus. 24 cm. (nI(-(3raw-Hlll publicatien3 in the esric:;i- turatoft-lences) .i 1 1. Insects, InJurious and beneflc(al. r. Flint, Wealey Pil',et.::y, 1 =-1N3 joint author u Title t , . . . SB931.bi45 1962 : ` 632.7 Lbrarr of Congress ~ ) 1101 02n 0t1024y65
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50329 9294 , . . xx MeF ; (1970) JILIGIMAYZ"' '• S'P' R. J. aeynoldn Tobacco Ca., R=earch uad ~ I Pxoduct Derve2o^mssnt Dapertr,tmtn, Science Infarmstian DiviaT on PF.OLz.:wSatiG t: ii~i;05 A;:A i.,^.•V1P:i.RT. F 540. FEu.Vwt~ '...fITIG.Y 6 by R. J. PcyuoZcEs TWbr.cco C.n.. PcmQa_xeh o.yd Yroduct D3volormc :t Dcpc: im;:nto, Science Infe+r.w: pa Diviadon, &aa M:t..y Fi=e~k.. ~70 Ace1.3octioa of mstorir~l toa-Sa3M, N. C. ~---~ --- , 0 2 ~onoz47b-9-
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C 50329 8297 TD 897 Gn 1972 ruLLUTIW CON PROL REVIEW 50. 8. , 19 2 YMN ...., .... ~4.~.~_ _ POLYMERS AND POLTMERIZATIOtZ~~ NAT6R--PURIFICATION/ PATENTS/ BIALIOGRAPHY/WATER--PURIFIC,ATION/WATER--BIBLIOGRAPSY/ fAPER--HA.ti'UFACTURE AND TRADE/ - : SEHAGE TREATMENT/ / FLOtxOE.ATtW' ' aste Treatment itith ;ol3-electrol~~tes of ' _ . i 9dray Wo . ~ NOYES DATA C PORATIOy Noyes Baildilg P~rk Ridge. New JE::ey 07656, U.SA Thirty-Six Doflars
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50329 8303 -~.:rY...~.rr~~r.r..~....~..........L~ r ~. .._~).4s..~..~........~~fa..r~. .JL•.1r..:Jr.rwW.i:w~~ .1+ TP Fl~~tf o1~r ~ - 1 B16 Bla.kCbrough, N. (®d. ) BxOCH°" ICAI. AND BIOEAGICAL Ic:eFGI2:EMIy~1 SCImiCS v. 1 lss7 l.cadomic Pr©o3, Loadoa 0 o~ o o n o 2 4 7 78
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.zozaxO.uooco I . ' u~N:.~i m~T334 ~~a~ax~Q=:S s~~~fa(~s; x~K £OuT 9?oT ..z! ` y„re. .3 '-, .~-~ .~... 9ST L0f 8 6ZEOS ~S ~. . Oa ~ ~
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50329 8305 Faraday &-ciety, London. U:ssussions. no: t- r i . I Undcia tetc.l i ; no. tn i r. t11u's. 25 cm. 1. Chemistry-Qociettes. 3. ldetallurgy-3ocletfes. 3. E1crt:n- chemLitry--SSociettes. ! Q.U1.F433 b40.F?42 51-MI190 'Llbrxcy of Cong,cess tu3b5t { ~ i 0 2. n A0 0 2 4'7R0
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-~------ .-.__._~ __.___~ _ = --~ ._ ~ ,~_._._._~=, • .. 50329 8298 ' ' • . r. . i NATO ADVANCED STUDY INSTITUTES SERIES, PROCEEDINGS, Christ's College, Cambridge, U. K., July 3-15, 1977/ It _ WATER--TREATMENT/ QD THE SCIENTIFIC B SIS OF 1978 ~-~~CVL/aTI©W "W by KENNETH J. IVES aV+ryiw~t Cml ~ uP+~ E ~M ce.O. Lend.n u X. ^°'"'-j^/ g./2 e & 35. , 0 2 G 0 no2 4 77 3
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t0E8 6ZfOS Azed .0 9 L L br0 U 0 U 7 0 ~ .,, IL 6I CJ,l c+~ • ~_ juamd-inb >: dnuvam aa ~!Ii1 /a/% ' ~A'//1 i~ NsiT~LA~' 7~itf v11A~03'O ~%lYt310~i/l T/a ~fr IAI~JO --- ~- - ------ ~----- - --------~ -- -
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50329 8266 U,S._ Department of the 'Army Natick Lubotatortes/ A D' 7 50 770 75 ~ RELIABILITY OF ; OR TfiEPHOPROCFSSED FOODS U;dDER 1/d70, PRODUCTION CONDiTIOhS. PHASE I: FEASIBILITY ~9?@ D. D. Duxbury, et a,l DISTRIBUTED BY: S w i f t a n d C o m p a n y Natinital Te-,h:-,al Ir iu-m-t'sa7 SarQ irC Prepared for: ~nly 1970 U. S. O~t'~;~:i±,irt;T Of COi~;T::~;C~ 5285 Port Royal Road, Sprinxlieid Va. 22151 Army Nptick Laboratories s,....Ti.C t 'The objective of the two ?hases of effort under this contract was to establish that Lticrmoprocessed foods in flexible packages can be reaZil7 produced under production -conditions. Investigations in rhase I, encompassing analytical studies and bench model and special equipment testing, have established that the objective is feasibic. •• Progzession to the confirming engineering, line =abrication, and production phase is reco=cnded. • Proposed product guidelide formulas were revised to meet eo=ercial production require- ceaits. ~These were .:pproved and cocaercial production guides were prtaared for all seventsrln AbolhAs.n P4Jka:Wng''ma)k:.'41 Ir.d packaging s•steWs specificatia.^.s were est2hlishcd. Technical feasibility c:f pouch formar:", filling, vacu= sealing, ard ~~ !-. in r!-a Or_thf. _,,velcr.ed bench vcuel.
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50329 8295 ~ 4i..~S f,E OIS~D.S~I~f f~ sT~ fRFArM~~'f/twovsrR~AS ~l'~.v.~l,~'~P o a~'i v~`" ' OApTiOA/ 9L~NTI~Ar/IRaT/rA 6~ s'L~IO~E~/rCT~i~i~tiy 0N•/~tt.0I9L/i16I.~ GdifIOAy I/G S f/At ~lTioN o'L I~`~~~ A'O#rN a~ilRdA/.t/q R~ I'e~RSF ~~! / ~ V The Treatment TD Q99BG „~ ~ of Industrial Wastes Edmund B. Besselievre, P.E. . Fellosn, American Society of Cicil Engineers Consultant, Forrest & Cotton, tnc., Dallaa, Texas ~ 4n 0 24 7 7 Q
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~-.•-~ --....•..,.. ----~ =~------------'~ ~ ~ _ F{.-ASMf2 RPAt Tt?-fllifum-" -D Xf D/1 r/,0iY/6 *t Aii ATil ,~~r P,rt yt~ ~a :. ~.. T ' J/Y.9,e~C~~.: rf RVw -~/~ lt~N A049S I C er-V , F~~l,~ ,,i w CTA OGvA..:Toq,; ty-nr2of.FMH n 1nE'd'I'lI1 & ~S'l +C eYn~St~' , ~, ~ ~ r~s~4a,a A I T f q 7 ~ an use o ~ plasma reactors w 0 2 0 0 0 0 2,4 7 6 1 50329 8286 Alexis T. Bell C. Hirayama - Norman Ostroff JRxries R: Ffi~nn;leditor
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a ,. - - - - -----i 50329 8283 f VT RSOME @ -81 'IYAR AFTER IP INJBCPION ~ N NITROBAlIINES I~ ~LITES 9 . S.p. 8566 MD004 P 283 and J. d. Outtenplan FI- I E JH Department of diocheaistry RES COMMUN CHEN PAT New York University Dental Center New York, N.Y. 10010 AbS?RACT .._.., __.__ "...~~ ------- VO433, NO.2 Research Communications in AUGUST 19M Chemical Pathology and Pharmacology oa , The carcinogens N-nitrosodinethylawine (DEIIN) and N-nitrosodiethyl- aaine (DEN) were detected in rat saliva by gas liquid chronatography or HPLC after their ip inj'ection's. Salivary levels were equal to or greater than blood levels. A fairly linear dose response in salivary leVels was observed in the range of 1-S0 mg/kg. Salivary levels of DW and DEN decreased between 0.S and 1.0 hr after administration with the decrease becoming siore prominent at lower doses. Formaldehyde And6ca"e, Aet*lirs !F DR, were also detected in rat saliva. ~
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50329 8245 IX Re2-80 Chest 77(2)289-90 (1980) S.P. Peripherat Luno Function and -~ Spirometry in Maie jSmokers and Exsmokers' ~'""'~ a~°'~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ oa aE a eipbeeal I~,B fimetbo na aid io tLe iote:peabt~ _ • -- .~s11y bw ggV, • pua approaob is dmMr ta dat Ne1t a. Pridr, Y.D; Ewrw F. Ti/M,r4 M.D.; ducnaed bW Undroo aod coDeagoW at dit aeeting Ildoatw z. aai.ak M.D.: DDMs 8~. asa; ~ bnt it twID taioe manp yaus of fdbw-M to e.hblisL 6e ~ raaY*D.; , H.D.; wi Q ` ern. ndietive .~.I e ot b ditk i i p n a ~orm s a t ~e.e tasts . ^ ~~~ lbaraforo; :W ..m anly da~ribe two mb4hndier in . Pow pro4aosis aasoc4sted ..Nb groa re&x*oaa of the forced apirvtary volnmi ia ooe ieoood (PEVi) k asdbbbed; but the peoproitjc siim i8c~ooe of a mar- Onal reduction in FEh, 6 anoaetaio, becauwe it is aot ImowTn if Ioa of airv.ay function b rsaooably dsu1y and predictabk aver the years in moat aoloees dedioed b dwaiop drlow obM~retlod iVa ide to obEido some lofouoatioo an ibis lias cootlnoiog tolnmp of m.a bt ras~iled fs WiR Lo.don i lYdLs We a1edY imaw tLat iaee af tLm m.a ao t6ow anery aoodont b.dr war many yaaes, p.dievLr}y if ine.~aoaob aree oade after me of be+oaehadil.tor arvp, but we amd yet answer die Ioey quedioo as to wbat peopoction af suscepbble smobee: :6ow, pobeotj.Qy p+edietibls o~ foBa. an chan and .vhat ro wldd, we have folow-up data anror faar to da yee:. Ia 1074, l1dcC.ae* aod ooilea=uee pnWtshed t6eir atu&n of dodo8 volmn. (CV) udo8 the ar8on bohn tadusiqna. We redndiad !8 of tLe mjddiaa8ed saiobers and 14 of the aoamnaioeR aftar an Inteeval of $ve to sk yaaes; ahbougb kitlaDy tbsm w~ee~a hr8a diffarcoom in mew valwt d CVlvNa1 capacity (VC) betwm amoh .rs and aoe4noioers (s+mokars S1A paeoeot, aooanolasrs 10.0 psw.M), tbaaa diBeraocas had not wideaed .fter !Mi a dt yaart moo. of amoido: (meobes 32. f percwrt, ao~notae. 11.8 paeae:,c) anm Hwuigh ds+mw Gob- a~iobptioo ia t6e smoloee: ooutinnad at aa avera8e of 28 d,prettet a day aa$ dwir FSV, feD by an avenW of 30 year. INV p p ~ ~ 0:; 20 0 ~ Q 12 \~i 'D T , . ,_
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(a ) ~~L i~.~ ~~ ~. /Z 1.~ _____,,~__._ _. ' 77 - ~..~TheIMechanisn'1 Qf F1, a0Q'1r . ==== .Processes in the'Presence of Humic _ © . The mechanism of flocculation of clay suspensions in ' various conditions of interaction with humic and fulvic =. Narkis and M. Rebhun acids has beon investigsted using a radioactiveiy d th f h ~ i l l l i oun t was at t ; ye ectro yte. e ~ `,.labelied cation c po 0. ; presence of organic matter In solution or as a complex ; on the mineral clay particle surface inhibits the process reaction. of flocculation. Therefore large doses of flocculent are necessary to produce conditions favorable for complete 0 ~n n n n2- 4 7 7 5 50329 8300
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0 . So 0 33 2 9 _ . . . TS 2240 F1 1976 TOBACCO--HISTORY/PIPE SMO*ING--GRP.AT BP.ITAIN/TOBACCO--GREAT RRITAIN/ is nomt RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOR TS 2240 F1 1976 . ~s~ (Nat. Inst. Agr: Bot.,,Carabridge, Mass., U. S.) CLAY TOBACCO PIPES IN CA2•iBRIDGESHIRE. Orleander Press, Cambtidge, 52 p. (1976) (in English) 0?..At~~0247"-88* ,--r--- ~~-.---~ ------ °~y•,,,,,. .; 4 V
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um . 50329 8317 ~ .i ~ F'lars ~ see Botany ^.~--,.......... _.._,,...,,_ --- .-., _.~ . _ - U ;.p n 0 n0 2 4 7 9~
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-~- -- - _ _ , ~,~ral~at±t ~... ....:.,~....,~~~ ~• Cii~ rvrroiow•i 6o ~~-- • . . , po~c.ta ~'a~ • • k/~ 1'ERIPo~cA kria* QewrX PA /POIsar~a.r A lwJioAo --Ailw.r~GA dseo# A gf'jFSA. arAav ~ ~ Industdal . ~ : Ntetals ~®~ ~ ~~e®11  i- ~ B~ft*rWS ' ; System 'revention Control Handbook ~ Q2n 4774 ; HERBERT F. LUND 50329 8299 i-
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.1 50329 8314 ~ ~ 1~G~~ ~ 3 F ~ . I An eaplaiuing and pronouncing dictionary off scientif:c and technical words; 10,0UU scientific and teclmical nord5 in . 50 subjects explained as to a person who has little or r.o kr_owledge of the particular subject, by W. E. Flood and Michael West. With 1,300 pictures and diagrs. by Charles A; Baker. London, New York, Longmans, Green t19321 887 p lUna. 20 cm. 1. 3cience-Dicttonartes. 2. Technolobs-Dicttonarter. I Q1•?.3.F55 ,'-) 503 52-11761 ; Ltbrary of Congeess '- -i53v10J 4 y~9 o~oono2
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~-~-:__:---- : Modern Converter 17(5)33-35(1973) XX rieF-Il-711-73 Wgurn~~~ OVYW-~~ by Bernq Tebberu 1rlddn Press Dirition hfoore Businesr Fonns Tisere are basically three types of presscs in nso--eentral impression, • stack, and in-line ecluipment. The presses that are most commonly used, and tyse oncs that we are mosj famil:ar with, aie the stack-t)•I+e presses and the central impression cylinder presses. At this point. I'11 just mcntion that an "ia-line" press is one in which the matc:r,l flcp+-s from an unwind stand ahrowb an infcet unit to the printing staticr,s, v+-hi_h are arranged in tandero, aith one color following directly be- hind the other, and thcn, from the ec•'or units to an outfecd section, to tne reKind. In this tyNre of application, thc i+e3: can be dried completely be- tween eh ch color station, or partially dricd between colors.tiitb a final dryer aftcri3u last color. The,"stack-type" press is one In whi,.b the color units are arranocd vertically; :or 'atacked-up one above the other. The general configuration is for the printina, section to be com- poscd of two sixcks of either two or three colors in each stack, depending on v%hcthcr it is a four-color or six- color cotor press. In general, the material will run vertically from top to bottom through one staci;, and thcn reverse its direction and go bottom to top, in the second stack with final drying accomplished after thc'pnnting of all colors and before rcu•inding. A "central impression cylinder" press is much the ssemc as a stack- type press, except that the color unit in a siack press will have its own in- dividual impression cylinder, whereac, in a central impression cylinder press, I the color units are grouped around 50329 8276 In gcncral, a central impression e}1- indcr press will be best when running exlensibla films. When I say it k•ip be best, I mean from a register stand- point only. A ecntral impression cyl- inder press will maintain bctt=r rcgistcr on 1i&htweig}tt extensible fi!ms than MiU a stack-typc or in-line press. The primary reason for this is that the material is supported by the imp rr.- sion cylinder throuch all colors. with no chanx for any sliEht tension taria- tions; or in between dryers to inf.ucnce and affect the web travel. Ile stack-type presses, Lowcvcr, do have their place 30 can do a very acceptable joh, on certain classifica- tions of extensible films and on more stable materials such as eellophanes, acetatcs, papers of various gradcs. Thcre are some grades of papers for which a central impression cyl• rone laige diameter, centrally located moer press is completely impractical. I 0 2- n*on0 2 4 79 ..1 .
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50329 8262 272 J Natural ProCtkts of Higher Plants Part 2~yy I18~~ cidated by hydrogenation and UV-, IR-, 1. Stahl. V. H. 8uhrmann: \aturo'issenschaftrn $4. mass-, 'H-NMR, and "C-NMR spectrosco- --- 9 7 III Me -80 py S.P. 2 .~xc kc t4w ltd ~ IV/34 t / ~ ~ ~ ~i ~ Ib811~ H. Popatt~ 6 -. H. Bohrmann: Thesis. Saubruckrn Gcrmam I 1X~c. CL~ ~ . . r it , + M1~NOINW l.........~ ~, s~R d'NNf10~ Fafat~ Os FinI1fCM. 3411U QI~-NVQOe~. R01/1Mnlf Afin d'obtenir I'essence de fleurs de tourne- sol, Nelianthas annwws L. (Asteraceae), on recueillent les corolles tubulaires a 1'epoque de Ia maturation des graines. Soumises 3 la distillation aux vapeurs d'eau, 100 g corolles siches donnent de 0.4 a 0,6 ml d'essence d'odeur paniculiere rapellant celle des fleurs de tournesol et aussi 1'arome du miel, a sa~•eur rafraichissant et piquante, d'un poid specifique de-0,8803 3 0,8993 (a 20`, 3 pouvoir rotatoire le~•ogire de -32` 3-41`. On a identifiie dans 1'essence: artemisiaceto- ne, citral, camphre, borniol, linalool, men- {'l% 0 1 4 `A ~? ~ thol, isomenthol, terpineol, 1,8-cineol, aceta te de bornyle, acetate de linal)•le, acetate de menthyle, acetate de terpin}•le, camphene, li- monine, a-pinene, R-pinene et u-terpinene. La proportion de menthol, calculee par la valeur de la surface de sous courbe de Ia gas- chromatogramme, est de 9,83 p.100 et la pro- portion d'isomenthol est 15,80 p.100. La de- tetminaison quantitative du menthol total, par la methode de Shimizu, qui determine tant le menthol que ses isomeres et aussi leurs esters, a montri 27 p.lOC menthol. ) r ~
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50329 8302 : «ATER--TREAT"!.ENT/POLLUTION--IdATER/POLLUTION COVTROL/COLLOIDS/ FLOCCIA,ATIOiiMETALS--CORROSION/ FILTRATION/:. .Cdtlj .. ,a . ELECTROCNEltI CA)L--I1EASUREMENTS /CURROS IOt+/ PNVIRONIVIENTAL SCIENCE A Wiky-Interscieace Senes of Texts and Monognphs ' AND TECHNOLOGY Edft6d by ROBERT L METCALF, Untveniry o/ Illinois ' JAMES N. PITT$ Jr., Univer.riq o/ Cali/ornla ' - ~ : 897 Wa } PHYSICOCHEMICAL . • . ; 1972 # 2C. . . .. a-.. W-si- + WALTER J. WEBER, JR. ~ ~ Professor of Civil And Water Rcsources Engineering . t T6e Lntvcrsity ot Mimgaa Wiley-Interscience ~ MitACaHrArNoat07 Jak A. t3oreturde, Professor, The University o(Michigan A ptVtS10Y OF JOHN WILEY & 50`S, 1NC. ; )ta)afM/ P. CaiWte, Assistant ProfeStor, The University of MidtigaI1NEW YORK • LO\nON •. SYDYEY • TORO%TO • J.be L CtasbT, Professor,'Iova State University Jaewy E Cewer, Engineer, Gulf Environnuntal S}'stems, Inc. - C s#n' µo^ itkt+u! L Dick, Professor, The University of Illinois "~ n KyJ Fr,uis.%L Donahue, Associate Professor, The University of Michigan X,7,9 14 ~ ' Ckula tt. O'mclia, Professor, The University of North Carolina ` ~ ltass S. PossU, Research Associate, The University of Michigan li 1 ry • 02 0: 0 n 0 2 d' 777 i PROCESSES :i - FOR WATER QUALITY CONTROL • . .. . f
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-,. --- ,--- - -- -- --~----- ,._ ~--~-.'- ~. . •-..~-.r...~ ' ,~.....-~s.~.~.a:....~,;~ - .__....._..;.+..~..~.s....--- - z.......~..i.:...~.d~.-w..a.....,~.•~_ 1I Hes 73 S.P. :j Process Biochem. 3 (10)'17-20,27 (196 Dit).Chcm.Eng., C.Eng., ~-M-LChcm.E. ~ 50329 8308 There is a fine distinction between precipitation, coagulation and flocculation. The au'thor defines the differences between these processes describing how they can be used to .best advantage, with special reference to beer clarification and the conditioning of sewage sludge prior to dev;atering. Oh'C of •,he great fascinations of solid/liquid separation tated particles will vary very widely from relatively large technotorgy is the way in which so frequently the familiar particles which settle rapidly, down to finety-divrded t and thn obscurc occur toaa;her. Filtration, which colloidaF particles of perhaps 10-3 µ which will remain ,~ accocnts for a I:irge part of this technology, is an permanently suspended in the liquid phase. c::cc::::c.t cr.ampic of this antithesis: it is so common a Coaguta;ion of colloids is a standard laboratory tcchn~:,ue that almost everyryne vrll feel justified in technique; a common example is the use of heat and ct.ninarg a rcasonat,le under:-t.;ncing of its scope and agitation to form a filterable coagulum of silver '"7>a; Yet_ to _dC It_.~ ~k'n_wpr:i_ f~ltf~^tlon- is __--,,,,-chlo',ictc_-fror~l collnidal susrlensiOn,._ which is. forrrl^Ci . o z ~ 0 r1 C1 2 4 7 83
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III Du S.P. Panalnetrics, Inc. 50329 8284 221 Crescent Street Unclassified c~our . Waltham, Massachusctts 02154 !. hthOwT TITt1. ;';'FLIcHff vrkw SPEGTROPtI0MMMTEWJt8t3ARLkCALILEO If, THE NASA- COM'%rAIK_"'b`IRIRCAAPTY' 4. otsewIrrwe NOTts (?rP..1 r.p.a.RI Merv.u.o al.q Addendum Rcuort, .1 December 1975-31 March 1976 11. wV TNOwiTI ( i/.1 L.e... /1Wtll. IIIIfI.I. 1..1 MIN) Bach Sellers Jean L. HunerwadPl Frcdcrick A. Hansor •. wt'owT o.TC 1.. TOTwt No. or PAGtt fb. NO. or wcr. March 1976 • 39 23 I I I ... iONT4&5T OF GN.NT NO. _ ... Ow1GIrATOMi wtYOwT NV&(OtN/SI N00014-73-C-0316 a..we.0ccTwo. PANA-UVS-8 a t IO. OtGTw1OYT1OM.lTLTtMtN? .. . .1. OTNCw wtvowr No/s1 (Anp .1A1I ,.vms..r r..llYy N r..Ip.d YNs ..oer) Approved for public release, distribution unlimited It. sua.6twtcNT.wT NOTCS It. 3P0y1ON/NG,e1lI1twV •tTIvITr 8eps~d~tico in(~rh~e * i~pa~ i~j 9 Office of Naval Res carch uejrm:tted for any purpose of the United Department of the Navy . .. . .. . . ....... .. :
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50329 8321 ---._ _.:..:.a.._ . ....__.r.,.'.._ _..~.~.. ~y~ ~•}. w~.. /~i F~ .~'-~~M .•1 /!'/\:-tJi441 Floaa ~i To:~aecc~ (:n Frc-ich) by Antonic Izquierdi fa-mcyo end Ferrtsnco Go-za1• C.nche. x ~ntlfre{ ot,61•5e~vntr/~C ieh.eeo 'i~;~~s+~ Fir3t /M?EKNPTIGNr1 aiEnt~~~c rc6~:..' r r.:K~55, cl.F+T- ~Nrt~~er Corgt.~~c~e~k~R~Q~ Intarr.a! cr~t w i•;,rt.) tN Tw0 T,)55 tro ,,]uS E03 oevss ~n frrrd+ .rA ~n rr0:•~ 5. o' 2 n 0 n 0 2 4 1 9 6
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50329 8322 A- 81,VI F11 TOBACCO--DISEASES b PESTS--FUNGAL/ - TOBACCO--CHEMICAL COMPOSITION--FUNGAL EFFECT/ ~~ 1tJR CUSS N0. PAMPHLET 81 VZ F11 (Centralne Lab. Przemyslu Tytoniowego Krakowie, Pol.) EFFECT OF MOULDING ON THE CHANGES IN CHEMICAL COMPOSITION OF TOBACCO LEAVES. (Wplyw plesnienia na zmiany w skladzie chemicznym lisci tytoniu.) Acta Mycol. 16, 247-53 (1980) (in Polish with English abstr.) Keywords: /tobacco/,/mold/,/taste/ - Additives and constituents too numerous to list. : The process of moulding cause by the fungi: Aspergillus repens (Cda.) De Bary, Aspergillus niger van Tieghem, Aspergillus flavus Link, Aspergillus ochracceus Wilhelm, Penicillium expansum (Link) Thom, Penicillium commune Thome and Penicillium spinulosum Thom influenced the changes in chemical composition of cured tobacco elaves, consisting in the decrease in soluble carbohydrate content with the simultaneous increase in the percentage ~~ o o R o2 R r 9 7 I I
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50329 8312 ! QD ; 506 ~ F'lo~d;l~hr~tc~A~ 199~• ~ ed. The solid-gas interface, edit.ed bp E. 1lison Flood. New York, M. I3ekker,1967- t°1966- ~ . Glns. 24 cm.t Iudndea bibliographltal refenn~~es. I- IL Surface chemistrp--Addreasea, eaeaSS, lectnrea. 2. Addorption, Addreaees, essays, lectures. r. Title. Ltbeary ot Congreas c87t5l QDu"06.F5 ` - ~ 541'.3453 66-1128-t o~non"0 2 4 787
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_--.~....~....~~_ S0329 8326 I ---------ow 3t. J. waqaolds Tobacco Co., :icse.v: cL and Prc++`cact Development Depcrtmeats, Sciscee Inform3tioa D-tvtsion PRGPERTIE°, OP SOLUTION SURFACES -- ~a CMECTION OF PAPERS, by R. J. Reynaolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Deve?opmeat Dapartmants, °cience Information Division, aua A. F1orence ~.,., 1968 ~~liastos-Sslem, N.C ~~. _ -. r. -.r..-..,.. .~~_.._ f... ~~..,r_,~.. -- . . - '~lIII ~~ ~.~ ~.l . 1 0 2. 0 0 n'0 2 4'80I
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50329 8316 j.L{ONG 'TRA. NG8 -P.1- ANNIN-G SA: t r~.. .. ...:~,,..... : ~~wFA D4 4SIAIRCW I'NSTtTVTS ---, ---'~-~-.-
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50329 8324 ; CObQi{lti. IN SOIL SCIENCE AND PLANT ANALYSIS, 9(7), 551-557 (1978) 78 III Ma1 DRYING ltETHOD EFFECTS ON E.'(?RACTABLEI~HOSPHORhS LEVELS IN PLANT TISSUE KEY WORDSs Foliar diagnosis, plant analysis H. F. Mayland, D. T. Westermann, and U. S. Department of Agriculture, Agricultural Research Service, Western Region, Suake River Conservation Re- search Center, Route 1, Box 186, Kimberly, Idaho 83341. The level of soluble tissue phosphorus (P04-P) may be corre- lated with the plant P nutritional status, but the amount ex- tracted depends upon dry matter losses or the amount of enz)matic .1 .1 or heat-induced hydrolysis of organic P compounds during sample drying. Alfalfa oledioago aativa L) and sugarbeet (Bota vuZ9aris L) plant parts grown under lov and high soil P conditions, were O ~ n A O 'fre~lz,e~ri0 orwen-dried at 40, 56, 70, or 100 C. Total K, P, V ~G a~~/0.35 N aceti7c-acid-soluble P (measured as P04 P) were deter-
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collolDs/ . POLYVEEi TOPICS~ 50329 8292 ._. . This teatw., oublished en behalf of tM Petymsr pi.isien, ~~~• en uspeAs of polymer scie~c.. The articlea, which an a~ter~de~te be M well as F syeelatist interest, are eontributed by puem authoes wiE.r the Qew.al duKtion of Dr. 0./L lolm R.levant e:onreent arW su4pestimu nw be addrewd dir.ce to t)r. 8oltq, C/o CSIRO y~ t>ttvisiaw of Appltea CMmistry. 6ac 4331. G.P.o.. MNbm,en., vie. 3001. 74 IIl Cr I'tligll Polyr~'4r ~ ."'.. • w --J ~ U ~ro • wAust~~e~n t .1 •.3-39'(1972) Cowa~ud by 0.1L CREES, ~ro s; 8ar Un,'~~~. ~~ The need for stability control in colloidal systems has A oonvenieat distinction proposed by La Mers is that been known since the times of the early Egyptians. the term Qoccvlation be restricted to the aggregation ot when easein was used as a peptizing agent for iniL partieies by s polydoeric agent; coagulation thus applies Over the past century the industrial implications of when aggregation is Induced by the addition of simpla ' oolbid scabiL•ty have become increasingly significant, electrolytes. Since the majority of goccvlants ased today but until eomoaracively trcently simple electcolytes wera arn water-solubk poiymees,, Is biePs def.aiidon of generally nsed, sometimes unsuaessfully, as peptixas Aooculation usually referi to tbe aggregadoa of bydro- or as ooazalaats, in accordance with the Scbul:s-Hardy pbobie oolioids and it is Ia this contt=t that the rnle. Poamar chemists first entered this field about phenometaa will be disatssod bam t.venty years a;o, when it was discovered that the , •, ool:oidal wave produced in uranium extraction could not be a~re_ ated by a conventional method, but could Stab~ldy of Nydropho5io Colloid= be easily a-=g3ted by, a small quantity of high Before discuttin the action of 1 ~me:-a~3.ir t polyncryla>~ide~. Sirce ta:n,,the tans 8.~. po ye additives it it .,.~....- azn n nn 2 476 -7 ~
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--.- _ . 50329 6327 . . i 4 ~ ~ TOBACCO--BFLGItTt/SMOKINC }IARITS--NORt•'AY/SttOKING ITARITS--STUDF.NTS/ RJR CLASS 110. PAMPHLET 77 X Gr2 2 s,p, Graffar, M.; Decrucq, J.; lftaat~;: D7; Lannoy,M.; Pringels; J.; Gt{eyssens, H. ~ (Univ. Bruxxelles, Pharm. Ecol. Sante Pub. Lab. Epidemiol. Med. Soc.) A STUDY OF THE CONSUMPTION OF TOBACCO IN A SAMPLE OF CHILDREN IN SECONDAR AND TECHNICAL SCHOOLS IN BRUSSELS. *(Etude sur la consommation du tabac dans un echantillon d'enfants et dletudiants de la Ville de Bruxelles.)* ~ Arch. Be1g. Med. Soc. 34 (No. 1) 23-31 (1976) (in German with English- summary) ` An in4uiy carried out on a samPte ol 3,000 puPils of ~secondary and ~ technical schools o/ the city of Brussels, revealed that tobacco• consuntp-. x. ~ lion in both boys and girls starts at an early age and that 4 preventive 4 campaiga, if it is to be success/ul, inust at least open b%re tbe age ~ ~. ]of11. . : ozo0 r.f.' 0 '2 4 8 0 2 r - _ _. -:.7..~.~ . . I
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50329 8300 0.0 , LOUISIANA/FT.f1RIDU(:F.ORGIA/ I Un2S 77 (:Lr1AT(N;RAPiIY OF TIIE UNITED STATES NO. 81('RY STATE) S.P. MnNTfILY NOR''RALS OF TWPE1tATLiRF., PRECIPITATION, AND IIEATINC, AND COOLING DEGREE DAYS 1941-70 U. S. Department of Conmerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Admin., Environmental Data Service National Climatic Center, Asheville, N. C. 0~ n 0 n 0 2 4 8 1 5
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.r.-:uv...-,_..._.- - _ 50329 8337 INFLMQIATIO:I/PHACOCYTOSIS/RETICLn.OEtiiX?TIIELIAL SYSTI:WLY'iPHOCYTF.S/ BLOOD/HEA40RitHAGE AND SIiOCK/EDEMA/!•'EVER/ATHEROSCHLE1tOSIS /CANCER--~,'?I`•'~..LS/ • RADIATIO.I--BIOLOGICAI. EFFECT/A:iTIGENS AND ANTIBODIF.S/It•L*tUNOLOGY/ TUBERCULOSIS /VIRtJSES/PATIIOLOGY, IIUMAN/CANCER-EPIDEMIOLOGY/ CANCER--PATlIOLOGY/ .,. RB 36 Fl 1970 GENERALPATHOLOGY EDITED BY r,. . . . -Jat~oft~ Flo Pro.ost of The Qucen's Collc9e • ' Unirtrsi y of ' 0 ford ~._ . _ fourtb Edition ,_ , W. B. SAUNDERS COMPANY PHILADELPHIA AND LONDON i 6970 0 2 0 0 n 0 2 4•8 1 2
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50329 8309 - I I I I FLG=l=IOlL~ SitBSID8rIC2-, AND *IL'I'^,A:'TO`d 0~' 1 ; v3c tcr n. L2~ i'i~G.~~~ST.IitE S~~~ST.IitES .IitES ;.V~ Fi.OCCIILATIOa RY` FLtMG, alf7 i ~ thrs) i'tT3.YR$=AA4Y'M RM THEIR ir1: LU$KE. 02i FIi.:&'1T IJ.,t In..^,.:,~•CiJLr1TY0:4, SUBSZDmTrJ:, m0 ItIILTw:IOa 0i Ft!OS?r:.'T8 SaLtiES IV. FLOCCi:2."L hfa 3Y 0'"_?, !`:0 nOL:MLw'1'I:^I~.q"'iL.~'S A.ti'D Tl[EIR Ir347LURSCE 0.1 FYLTi'<:Ts.t32i REiTB, }yp Victor IC. La Fer, Robert H. Sme13.ie, Jr. r-r.d Pui-Kum Lee Jour. Colloid Sci. 12s 230-239 (1957) O~~At~0247R4
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50329 8320 'SUC1P&.(Ip`'~'~.'~!f~i?~'~ ~ Blake, Cidncy F'ay, 1812- ... Gcorraphic<,1 guida ia Ro;l:is of ±he vorld ... 40#2'--/%~/ (Card 2) Co.:r>' xrs: -i,. ,>trtc~-A(tsEratir, i~lerth- AtnerfcR, -Soutl~An:rcf w, i.r} k,htnda rf the Atl.^,ntte, l•aciilc- an[L7IIdlan•oceane, by-S.-F: L'lake and Aliee C.-AS.Lood ~ '~ .: ~~lrV i.t.•.'C~if, I..: • - M~K~I.fJJLK:.~ , [ ~ ./.lly~ r ' KV ~Ltrc~(Y~~t:La1~ , _ ~ 1, 2. Botany-(leofiraphicai d[strIAntion-LIL . J. iiotaay-Ci•,._- raphy, E8. hotany-f31b1., 3. Botanists. i. Atwood. Atice (•ar~•, 187(9- Joint author. tt. Title. ni. Title: Floras ot the world. Z5858.A12B5 016.5819 A ,,.~r 42-1,;,3 V. S. Dept. otagr. Llbr.r. +~~ V.u84Di no. 401 for Library ot Congrpss " 61r43c-'Sit 0 2 0 0 0"0 2 4' 7 9 5
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_ _~ - --- ~,o~~.uuuL~ 4 •jscn~iy •VVI - (856T) 95~iS 0 'O!I) •azo;s3 •u4:,:f-'~~. •2 tz7nov,, 4 •• - ya~, ~ C,.1 ~ ~: ., ..:,~., .a: . . if 8 ZE 8 6Z EOS 1
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50329 8319 Blake, Sidney Pny, M?r .. Geographical guide to floras of the world, n n nwob- tttted list with six.•cial refercncp to useful plants and comn:mi plant names ... Wttshington, U. S. Guvt, print. off., r2l~:= /17e'-j lv. 24 em. (U. S. Dept. ot aa°rtculture. Mtsrelluneons puba- cati.on no. 401 Joint contribution frem 13ureua of plant Industry and U. S. Aniz. of agriculture library. Runuing title: Floras of the wo:id. Author index includes birth and rhnth dates. (.^ontlnurrl an nesi card ) 161N3c231t Ai^'' 4`2u: 4~nr~no2 4 y94
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50329 8338 _ __•._-----• - Lawrie, Ale.ander,189Z- Cotnnierciul fiower iorcing; the fuzidar.ic„t.as wia tlw;)• practical Aphlication to the culture of grtcnhouse crops it,ti•, Alex Laurie, D. C. Kiplinger t: nd, Kennard S. lalson. 6th ed. New York, McGraw-Hill, 1958. 608 y. tllus. 24 cm. L Forc:ng (Piants) 2. Flortculture. & argenhouse managen;Frt. r. Tttla M15.L3 1958 ~ ~ 635.98 5i-1?a~ ~ ; Library of Congress ` - ~ t10h . 0~ n 0 0' 0 2 48 1 3
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50329 8329 _'(1969) ~~~Sol TIM KtQZr"'f: AS A MtKONG C4~;i: C?;WkTr 0: THE iOBACCO I'sixit*iESTIF3G ~~•1~4:~ 4i ~. 7 4boxr.ik V9as. Neuch-tes2ed, Ytat, Tab,~!-a i Ha;,hurkl (uScR) l50. 205-21 (1958) - Eag2. T.susl. ;+.+i~ar.a..r-•+;~.~-.~* - ~..^!,~....~..!'~~'n^ '+ "~" - . : ~e:• ~ :~v~.~rw~-.~. 02. oA 0 -0 2 4.-0n 4
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50329 8330 1 VII F1 (1969) -„~-~~~;,; . _-_~ =_1:..5. ~ : ~.......~i..r ........a....~r...~..:a+.:.:...:.~...:..+~-.s.....+a ~~~...a..~_. A w,TIEW 07 :ala~ Ga T~Ii: DL^ViL^ES-fENT UF TOBACCO HAItVL'STZtit; MACHINES. aooruxis vera. Malscn,-Is9.ied. anat. ''rdb&m i &ikhur:ci (USSR) IS•J_ 222-32 (1958) - Eng2. Trana1. ~ 42 4~ A S
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50329 8339 Q 141 Di 1975 Archer l 91,19,73 . Florida Chamber of Commerce 311 SOUTH CALHOUN STREET • P. O. BOX 5497 TALLAFIASSEE. FLORIDA 32301 0 02 n 4 n 0 2A 8 1 4
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. ~ .. ----- ~ -- - . 50329 8238 ..- . l BXrtmrxan•.mnt. nV.*:ArKat 6. •105-175 (1970) Protective EF{ects of Dietary a-Tocopherol in Rats Exposed ( J' J-, to Toxic Levels of Ozone and Nitrogen Dioxide • B. I.. Fl*i=M st+rdA. L. TArrix lkpertarcnt of 1%oo(Scicnce and Tacl+nofoiey, Univcrsit y oj California, Davis, Calt/ornfa 95016 ~ I ReceJood S.ryuemlier 9, 1972 i The rffect of dictary e-tocoplK;nul at various levcls. especially in the range 0645 mK/kR.'on the acule toxicity of 0, and NO, to rats was studied. The highest 1cvc1 of m-tncol+tu•m{ was 1500 mtt/kR of diet in cnmbinatunr with ascorbic acid, nt-mcthio- ttine and Inlt)'.atcd h)'dno.CytldtK•nc; the 1rve4 of O. ranged from 0.7 In 10 ppm and NO. from 20 to 2.3 ppm; and varioia rxlisnrrc prriodc were used. e-Micr+phcrol alone eud in cv„nhirr:rtion with the other antinri"dantx exerted a protective effect in rats ex- pnsrd HI Oa and NO, +4~c nK•amiral by acntr Irrxicity and animal weight diangc. UnrinA I 1>tnn t), t•xtHecnna vdrndury uMvity deti•n-astvl, a•hik- at lrnvrr levels of O, (0.7- O.A Mmr) rt-hivnphcnol priatlY9ion against lipki tx•mxidation in the hrng, as rnrasanA hlr rndrrgihKnis Irort= lhk+burlritiuit acitl rraetants, was a rrcitrrncal lunction of thr. kM;arilhm of dii•torry• a-GK.ophi•rol. P:ttrucls of lung tissue from animals t•xinced to 0, and O. showed no incn•uxc in IhKwrsccnt pnxlucix associatcYl with lipid prroxidation. :• 0 2.o A n 0 2 4 7 13
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50329 8341 - ploridaiculti:ra--Stxtistics y U. S. Cspte af A,;ric., trig-ric. Msrl..etfr,; 4:rve, .S~IJ'.wo REp?rtiT:3 F'=ii a FLOnIDA r~ ~tICL~~ L:~~ ~,,A1 ISYICS, 'vy !I~ ~, 1~ - n=z~t- of l~ ~. „zico, SrYc.. ~ ~k~rv_ . S_.~:. iL-portirq Saxv, and s1n;'.da Cz-rt, of P.grac... Florida Crop eeid Li~~ a°,acy * ez;~ortln~ I.73C.rv;c'; 1952 3 pr.,aohie.s Waahington 0~ n Q 0 0 2 48 t 6
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~ ~ 8d~t~uovxo 1tojV`Je t;? v,°1 P•su dozo g~ T~oT3 ~1 :;r y0 (.~ .^,y~ ~ Ll.TS s 412 ~ 4:.VwZ~.j -3;„LY."d s vojw.'d 3 a•G't4~4 AQ i~~:.'.`.+1.L`!'. ~ .~~aa.'!::v! '~'~P I~CI's;:rJ'~I r]~~;:tpr~3 •n ! nvn ~ ~s:.;==~~8ac--oo~sqoZ•-~PjxoTd IX EbE@ 6LEOS
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-6 O~U00r0 _ (L96T 'ssa-aTtiL') 6ST-85'Ti L96T 3;tc,cco-a Teana.V '93; •age'i '=9Y •9Td s; neQ • g• Q pus usaQ • g'3 Aq `aMV SU 2tS?!.£'J:~f-VJIJ NO 7Cf8Zd 'EREDTl1 Q'v"7 T.:v20 OIL'Rid8o!'.~v i (0L6'1)k, IIA~, hbE6 6tfos
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. 50329 0345' . __ .•- UnB7 Y i.ce-..-•^.e"ra] (1959) ~ Wt1.dc'sx, L. V. co:uza.4 DqvA.IO traEDS, by L. W. WeRdowt, R. D. Blacka:urr. s.:d 0. S. rZarrisou. (U. S. Dapt. of Agriculture, Agricultura Handbook No. 352). 1969 43 pagss U. S. Dept. of Agriculture Waabingkoet, D.C. 0;ioen0 248 ~l.~
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50329 8350 StY,,~•:?.•'•. ~ in :;arles 'ta. 'r9 ~ .~ ~ . ..r..,...... r oZoono~4' 8 a.S
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50329 8333 . I , COMMERCIAL LTEBULIZEB,S d/y4-33bJ . . T. T. MERCER, Ph.D. R. F. CODDARD, M.D., :'.A.C.A.• R: I OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OFTHRE.E ~ ULTRASONIC NEBULIZERS -~~ . • _._.____. . __.___ ..._._... . .. . . -----k. ~~ •Tha otilUua and purtlcle s(:e di.sirlt-utfons of several nebullzers and ctomlzers ase summcrfzed. ' Tha former are exlucssed in terrns of useful aerosol produced; the latter in tcrr.+s 72 III Re 7lite 6 d~ribtitton of aerosal mass with rerypect to particie size. g,P, . OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS OF SEVERAL ~ ~ . , n on . e 4 .11 ' Q2 nQn~zqaQS nn. . er , ~ y /~ V7(/9Gf) I ! _ T. T. MEP._CER, Ph.D., R. F. CODDARD, M.D., F.A.C.A., and R. L. FLORES ~i As~N EARLIER report' -,a.,e details new ultrasonic r.ebulizers were studind } } lctcristicc of 1:Ind auditinsial tests ~~cre ru u ut chlr 1 of the t f
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50329 8356 XI To6 72 1? A 8 Z II x' -4 . . ,t . TOBACCO INSTITUTE, INC. TOBACCO HISTORY SERIES. 1971 J/ q y; TOBACCO INSTITUTE, INC. , WASHINCTON, D.C. 1 0;~ tl dn n 2 4 $3 f
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50329 8331 I SwEETENER REVIEW q9z nom 0 J. Toxicol. Environ. Heal;A 2(2)429-439(Nov. 1976) 0 XX MeC -78 S.P. / ADlt11NISTRATtON OFJASPARTAME IN . t nON-lNSULIN-DEPENDENT DIABETICS Sol B. Stan Department of Medicine, Tulane University School of Medicine, New Orleatn, Louisiana 11. Blcicher, A_Ri71~G. Gombos, 0. Recitas, j. Shu < Jewish Hospital and Medical Center of Brooklyn, Brooklyn, New York 0 I o;t A stody wrs designed to deterrrdne the dfect of the consumpdon o/ the natrltive sweetener espartame on non.irstdlndependtnt dlobetksL fortythree adult d/abetict between the aSes of 21 and 70 completd a 90•doy stady; all were dobetks whose cond'idons •wen rttonoyed by diet andlaa hypoglycemic egents. Participants In the bliad study wert Instructed to continue th<k usual diet and to take two copsules o1 att asslyned preparatlon three times d•ury Mlth rnoals, elther the aspartame or the pkcebo. flie 1.80 of aspartame admuAtered !s approximately three times the expected dbily consumption of aspartante N used as a sweetener to replace sugai T roughout the study subjects were exairiRed for (i) symptoms of Intolerance, (2) Iaseiny plaseta phenyla/onlne /evc/s exceetft 4 mq/l00 ml, and (3) dtter/aotlon of mobetle contrd. At the conNusion of the sntdy subjects exhibited no symptoms ttat eoy~d b~tray{ to dke edndnlstration aI espartame or the placebo, and d?obetk t~ol ~~Ia~ by the chronic ad.itfstmdon of these substances. Aspartame seems to be weq tolereted by nan-lnsrrlln4qendent aabetia .
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50329 8346 ~ :CI j UnB9 U. S. Lept. of i+$Yic,., j%:F,ric. {Afarke.ing Ssrv..:. S:at. RMocctin ~C-=V. !'LORioA xaiCL'LTvn S=ATIarTCS, by t3 S . Pypta of Aar_4o, A~rsCiarke~an$ Ca:•r,,, S<a~ Rsportin8 Ser.t c ar.d r Icr :da !e p'.p o: Av ri c.-. Blorids Cxop and Liveatock n,~portink 1962 3 pamphleta Wa Ahicgton 0 ~~n n n~0 24* 8 P, i
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. 50329 8352 iCI ToB2 77 ~.Y. legislation has been Jntroduced. Here's a tundown on the kinds of laws that have been' enacted. ~ puuuc paces. qno in a number of others, .`_..~. ~ ~.L..~ i..~._-. a PAMPHLET I Meg-76 s.p• TOBACCO--SMOKING--LEGISLATION/,RjR CLASS N0. PAt-tPHLET XI ToB2-17 ~ Hall ol the states now have legislation on smoking in STATE -LAk'S ON S2dOKING IN PUBLIC PLACF.S. "Amex. Lung Assoc. Bull. 62 (No. 1) 8-10 (1976) (in English) Vanderslice, J. . •. (F,LWjd,a Lung Assoc., Fla., U. S.) 020 0~4827 s.p.
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50329 8358 ~ Xt- Florlydw izwT6t..eQ*- -It ( Toc, h .a iOC_'CCd 0 ~ Vnc:.'ir~..l_.L'~ J () r2 0 o n o 2 48 3 :~
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...~...---- . .. -rt ... . ~„ . :' 150329 8296 CATALYSiS, V.S/CELLULOSE & CELLULOSE DERIVATIVES,V.S/CENTRIFUGATION. V.S/ : CERIUM i CERIUM CONPOUIIOS.V.5/CESIUM COMPOUNOS, V.S/CHELATION. V.5/ CHEMIIUNINESCENCE. V.S/CMEMOTHERAPEUTICS,Y.f/CHLORINE C0w0UN03, Y.5/COCOA,Y.6/ CIIROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS,--AFFINITY,V.6/CNROMIUM COMPOUNDS, V.6/CLAYS,V.6/COLORS,OYES COAI CONVERSION PROCESSES,Y.6/FINISHES i COATINGS,Y.6/COBALT COMPOUNOS,Y.6/ V.6. COiPER, V.6/ORYING AGENTS,V.8/OYES 8 OYING.Y.8/ELASTOMERS, V.8/ELECTRODIALYSIS,V.W ELECTROCHEMiCAL PROCESSING (organic & /norqanir.MSEPARATION(TECHNOIOGY),Y.8/ElIJLSIONS, ELECTAOPUTING, V.8/ENERGY MANAGE1StNT,Y.9/ENZYMES--INd/STRIAL APPLICATION.V.9/ ENZNKS--I!t408ILIZED.V. 9/EPOXY REStNS,V.9/ESTERIFICATION,V.9lESTERS,V.9/ t AICOHOL,V.9/ETHYLENE OXIOE,V.9/EVAPORATION,V.9/EXPLOStYES & PROPEILANTS,V.9/ EXTRACTION, LIQUIO•LIQUIO,V.9/EXTRACTION, LIQUID-SOLID.Y.9/FATS, FATTY OILS.FATTY Awr FERMENTATION,V.9/FERTILIZERS,Y.10/FIBERS, SYNTHETiC,v.10/FIBERS,VEGETABLE,V.10/ FILM5,Y.10/FIRE RETARDANT CHEMICALS, V.10/FLAVORANTS, V.10/FLOCCUlATION,Y.10y FLUIOIZATION,V.10/FLUID MECHAWICS, V.10/FLUORINE COMPOUNOS(inoraanir ` organic),V.10/ REF TP 9 En KNW-0THMElt ENCYCLOPEDIA OF Bm EIXTM CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY V.5-CASTOR OIL TO CHLOROSULFURIC ACID V.6=CHOCOLATE & COCOA TO COPPER V.8vDIURETICS TO EMULSIONS ~~ ~~ V.9=ENAMELS, PORCELAIN OR VITREOUS TO FERRITES A John Wryey &Sons , V.10- FERROELECTRICS TO FLUORINE COMOUNDS, ORGANIC ,,E,,,,,ORK ,CHICHEsM ,WASSAW
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Ro ~l d4o ait~ e f #i.~& (1) .Z9- .3.Z FfG ! Indoor Air Pollution and its Effects on Health" 29. R. J. W. MELIA,~~_~,: REY; S. CHINN B. D. GOLDSTEIN,' A. G. F. BROOKS,2 H. H. JOHN,' D. CLARK ~'~. CRAIGHEAD; and X. WEBSTER' Deparanent of'Commu,~ty Medicine, St. Tho~»as's Hospital Medical Sehoot London, SEl 7EN . _ . ;• : - " - . . . • . V: P. , 2 .. . .. .~ . . .~ . ... IXRe-81 . • ,. . DMODUGTiON • ' THE put restarch into tbe elk~ on heahb from air pollutlOn has ConOentrated on outdoor ~nIIt- nts. In the U.K. attention was drawn to tbe prob- km of high~ levels of atmosphe:ic smoke and wlphur dioxide (SO,) by the rapid mereasa: in wortati and morbidity rates .vhich oocurred during of smog (Ministry of ~Iealth, 19~4). M~or • rs of this kind have iiot ariszn frotn polrtution jnside the bome and the indoor environment was thought to oa.n 0 0 0 2 4 6 0 9 ,K Tans 1 ire~ary d~o~e hdoor~~eeb~ oe liealtbt6eir tomoes apd potential MON A~b efe0~ . • . C1uboa .ososide . ForMdderyde dfeq . . . io.ees :; .. . . ,.. . beWth NVOWS Xdldioj.aud.h IrritaYoo to eya !ft _ rwmpftwl~ TAMMn WM*6 aad respntory trut Respir .~ory ipea~ • 50329 8334 %%WJ6~ _- _- - __ . _. ._ . -~_ ._.y._.-
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bzebzUUUUr.O UO3uV : qy vM 8~~zua~~~ E Zs~I Pup uos:) upyaoI3 ='•'.•='Jf 30 P118 -AAYy E1S-,wCA-2ti . -:S 30 tyd-t.l «as d~7'»~3Yl.Z~~ "J=1 r ~~opsY jo a 3e,.%.i °; Jt1 • a~1~ar.e 4a 66fQ 6ZEOS
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"'303-23 834 j . . Q 141 Di 1975 Archer Mrs aw"go-ru at; • • 311 SOUTH CALHOUN STREET • P. O. BOX 5497 TALLAHASSEE. FLORIDA 32301 0 0 22 Q~t1n ct02411
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50329 8353 ~ ; .~ : ~ ~ ; , , f ~C~a ~ of I 1V/71-72 puDlished by the -&#'A4'EfWtlIWBER-()P''G~ii?*iRRCE , , Reerder from WiUf IXTUTERS' t; iM. INC. aE NUROt1ST 'lotida) ier of Commerce . , CHICAGO, ILL. sCSt 1 f . • • p . h ona: (312y 337•,:RC
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. . . . .._ . - .. . . . --T~ . _--- . XX MeF-D-Wi-74. Brit. Jour. Bxplt.*Pathal:23 202-205 (3.942) •. AN ANTIBACTERIAL SUBSTANCE PP,OllUCED BY PE~VI= • •' CI LLI UJll CL.,i j'11%OR1IlE. • ' - Xl .. i f ' ~• sjstnce o ith thc Tcchnical ~lss .11 ~~~~ ~ D. CALLpW." . . From the Sir l1't7liam Dunn Sclrool of Palhology, Unit•eraily of Oxford. for tiAich the name c.lariformin is hroposed. - , . . Reeeiccd for publication June 13, 1lN2. JVjLra.s and Harris (1942) found ti' at Penacilli4un claiiJomu when grown in certain culture media produced one or more substances which inhibited tJie • growth of the test organisms Staph. aurcua, EacR. coli and Pa. lrocyanea. The • following papcr contains adescrintion of the chcmical and biological properties of an antibacterial substance which has been isolated in a.'cr}•stalline form, EaPEAIMENTAL. The-cultusr medium containing the substance was supplied by Wilkins and .. .....-.7..a.~..,.~..ti..-~-rR.,L--~.;a...-,r~• 50329 9336
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50329 8363 - ; TP rkftdorls $a>El Rtil{ia~r. I90~- ; j ~ 710 'reP.ye-~ir3-ing; dr~•ing by sublimation. New York, Rein- Fl hold Pub. Corp.,1949. m C Q11, 280 p. lllua 24 ctn. Includes bibliographies. ~L~~L L Food-Drying. 2. Blololzlcal products-Drytnd 3. FefrlScca- tion and refrigerating machinery. z. Title. TP363.F55 ~ ~ 660.28 4fl-1073.•` Library of Congress ta1bt21 0 za0 n 0 x4 8 aa
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50329 8342 7~I 1 oc Flam3da--Tobo+cxo--Vistvxy. I CJ Tu'ba. 9'Gi?ACCO .~ `'..:.:ii.r.-Z.S'i C. Z+ .~. 2acco ~..~wit~~~3s ?'~c. I:as.1i:g ton? D. C4 . -_-~.-------,.-,.r -- ~ .---,,.- «--~. RA'A2 4 8 i 7. I
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50329 8370 PRESERVATIVESir~NACK FOODS/ FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIF1J NO. 20/PATENTS--F00D/BREAD/ EMULSIFIERS/ 370 BAKERY PRODUCTS De f'Yeast Leavened 1975 PDDL ~ , D.J. De Renzo . NOYES DATA CORPORATION 'adc Rid4., N.~v J.s.y london, Enyland 1975 1/ o~~ono:2. 4 8 as
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• .. .^:y.'...~.~-..-r.-Trs._...w..:s.r.V1w.Y+r'.ai4.::'w.itll~~wr..r. ...4CCh- 1J- ~ . ~c.4 7S- W DO SEDIMENTATION AND 2--aWCULATICIkkk~ By M. B. DONALD, M.Sc., A.R.C.S., F.I.C. (Member) '' Paper rcnd al a ritrcliny of the lnulilutfon hclrl iN Uie Rovnis of the Qe•olorlical SucielJ, l3nrlinglon llouae, London, 11'.1, on TucexlnJ. FcLruarJ 1:31h, 1940, lthe 1'icaiclcHl, Jlr. F. Heron Ro+cra, in Ihe Chair. Ttrt: rclation lic•tu•cen scclinu•ntiition ancl flocculation is avcrv clo.c one, although lix %•ct the cunncctiou has not~Lec•n suflicicnth• esoblished in a clear forni to guidc c•hciniciil cugin(rrs in solving priudicnl problcui.s. Tliis psipcr rcyprc.cn!s aa endeavour to xurrinnri:c the piti:sciit po•itirnn. Whcrc theories have been cunflicting, the original rcsults have been re-clctcrniinccl cspcrinicntallt• or n ncu• cxpcrnucnt dc.•i~cd and this has bern found t•cr~• Lc•lliful in . . . . • -- ----...._ _. .l._ ......~.~..... thron;rh a:.~ ntm. iilterturc hnd lvcn found lo givo tnuviti.fartory results. Iiic iuiprorccl figurcx uro not ncark- su0icieiit to ac•cuunt for the clitTcrcncr. in riitcK of scdinunhatiun. '1'hc C'oulomb nncth(xl, hoircvcr, is opcn to the ubjrctiun that the nitc of Klicur is con• tinui)-:•ltr varying and lluit, bt•tuking the iunplituclcrs of -tlic initial swingy, the riscasity is mrx.urcd at bi;;h il\'criirc rates of sliciir. As will l:e rcwis lxter, the r.pPsren6 visco.aty of tluc•culatecl uulicls in suxlicnxio:>.g .1pr•.- -M..-am the rate of_ sbcar incrca". 0 2 0 0 n0 24779 50329 8304
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50329 8359 . _J... .. _ _ i .. _ 1 , e t TOBACCO--SMOKING--TASTE THRESHOLD--EFFECT/ PAENYLTHIOCARBAMIDE(P.T,C.)/ TASTE--TESTING--TOBACCO SMKINC--EFFECT/ 77 V Ka ~ RTR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 77 V Ma Maxia, Ce; Cosseddu, Ca C.; Vona, G.; FIosis, (if (Inst. Anthropological Sci., Univ. Cailiari, Italy; Inst. Anthropological Scie, Univ. Sassari, Italy) THE SENSITIVITY TO P.T.Ca IN 541 SARDINIANSa Jour. Human Evolution 4(N_o. 4) 281-86 (1975) (in English) 1 The w~nitiritr of S1) &vdiniam of t.uh aeaes to P: r.C. was eaamhrod 1 using the cotui.kle Nirris & Kalwus mcthnr4 i In the sa~npk caananrd oo siVoilScrnt dilfaeiues on Ihe Laxii of ies I er age wcre noted. Even tmntiuR did not teem to have a deonnoinant inAuenx on the tcnsitivity to t':1'.C.. but this was eaunincd only Subdividing the suhjcets eaamined on the 4atu of the area fr•an whieY they eame revealcd .i~.ni/icant dilfercucea Letween two ol the Ihree i area easroined. 0 0.0 2A 834
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50329 8362 f QU 281 Fl ~..:- YRsii~:IPi~s 3 POLYMER CHR."iISTRY. 1953 672 paRasI Corr.ell Uns<<araity Press IYhada, ii. Y. 0 ---•-~-}----:-- ~->.,;,---••.a- 02 0 0 n- 0 2.4 ' 8 3 7
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50329 8360 ...~. . ... _..:_._. .--- ,~. r., ; sA?_1 1-1.0-,,611976) ;C y y" ~~ Edi * h e tor Letters to t J a Repl by: ~ + . ~ Iwxrs, G. 4eaav, (L 4 ~ Gi~'oxw 4l3ac Differeaces a indrst ltiv3ty for PTC ' bY re Sens In a recent article, Maxia st ol. (1975) conclud-.c~Icom ~ane~ygsis of their data that the observed spt differences for PTC tasting in Sardinians should be assigned to chance "in age+ewment with the literature about this subject" and they referred to a paper I published •oase years ago (Leguebe, 1963). . I am skaid my demonstration was not clear enough or not sufficiently convincing since on the contrary I suggested that all the results published before 1961 proved the ~uee 1. ~ .a .. ~ - , . i , .:~ - . • . .. . .; : , 4j~oQo oz~83~~~ . •
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..~.,.....,.~.......r.~s..~~ .~._ -~_ _ ,5Q32g--e33S loarnal ojEpidemiolm and CompAunfry Nealth, 1979.33.t64-169 YI Reg-31 S,P. • NITROGEN oi0x1`: THE RELATIONPN~PRIMARYR SCHOOLCHILDREN. AND RESPIRATORY ILL ESS IN R. J. MELIA. S. CHt%*%,, 6. D. GOLDSTEIN. P. A. Htf~'~ , Atr A. 0. F: BROOKS. Sr. Thoeuii flospiral ~tfedial StAoar The relatianship between respiratorn illness and indoor air pollution from nitroEcn dioxide (1Os) arisinE from Sas ax+kinR was imestiltated in $08 schoolchildren aged 6 and? living in Middfeshrou8h. Informati.m on lung funaios, respiratoty symptoms. demographic data..nd kitchen KQ measurements were available for 61% of the chiWre.. Outdoor smohe and wlphur d'wzide k%eb were IoM• in tAt area (annual a•era8es both <iSµE/m3). Outdoor NQ ieveh nteasuned during one wcek by 75 wmpkrs r.n)eed from 14 to 24 ppt+(1tr), rhereas kitchen %O, k+•eb ran8ed from four to 3itt )tpA, amd hcdruntn kseh in 123 randwnllr -sekaed Mwnca ranged fr.xn three to 169 ppb. Kitchet le.ek w•ere siEnifiqntl)bi&r in p• than in electrie Aitchens.lbc litrvaknce af rrapiratur. illness was highcr tn children frnm hotms with Sim ctxtlers than in tK>w frum hnmcs.ith ekctric eut.Lers (P <u• 1t!) after allowinsfor the efkcfs of ses and sucial d+as. The numhcr of rigirette smuf.ers in the home did not differ between the humj,-% with ps and thct,e with electric eonf.crs. The prrs••rlcnce M:u;dw a.ucsciated in buh %exe% with bedroom %'O, kt•ek (P <tl.q4). The di,tribut4xts of w,ci•rt cw.. and number of snMrkers did tkN ran with h.tilnx)m 1Ua khcb.. As the hcdrnwn kcel...crc cstrcmch kn.•% ana nu a.wxiatkm r;a found hctween the pretakncc and kitchen k.cl.. it was axtuJerc,i th:n lon.• indawir rrmperaturc. an,: high humidit}• were likch atiuses j!f the associ•rtiun u•ith Pa. ctxkm8J1 • .r. .. Summary of papers presented at the meeting of the . Society. for Social Medicine in Leeds, September 1976 i o o 2 0 ~~ 0 2 4 8
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50329 8348' ~ .._ .. .. ; a /TOEjCCO--FLUE-I:URED/TOBACCO--AGRICUi.TURE/ 't'nBACCO--FLORIDA/ ' ~ ` S.,P ! • ;• RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VII Ag-79 s.p. . Clark, F.; Brothers; S. L. (Univ. Fla., Gainesville, Fla., U. S.) ; E-CURED TOBACCO IN FLORIDA. ' vl~ ''(~dtfel`18i~ 4% 80 p. (Dec.. 1960) (in'Engl'ish) • *Note date*• ' _ and contributes more t an y percen o t on farms where It Is grown. Comparing two ten year periods, 1941-1950 and 1951-1960 the average yearly yield has increased ' from 931 pounds to 1324 pounds per acre. The average yearly gross return hns Increased from $4, 855.837 to $11,176,972 ., - _.._._. ~j ~F1ue-cured tobacco is the principal cash field crop in Florida, ~ h flft t f the total income 02 0 0n 02 4 8 2 3
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1VILEA T Chemistry and Tecltnulugy TP37 QPo / qyr Edited by Y. POME RAN Z, Nafioeo/ Barl.y b/Nal! Laboratory USDA, ARS, CRD ~ /4tadison, Wisconsin
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. 7 c;.1 t ._,. / 4 ,, a .. F,c i!/ T~ 50329 y CITRLS.:~UaTS/ACt:IC . :T{..^;fo ~Y., i;C; ~NCE/aEfiu;, r)r~ -, 83S VECETABLES/FCII:GICII:ES/OFANGE :Ji'i T • ~7 5/It'iS~{'~7.CJDLS/r?;i;1;q/ PAPAYA/Pi.ANT SCIL~?;,ES ~~ CE/_ti~!<1~OFS/CFAP 'UIr/!~',A:1tsO5,' / FLnWL_.../ ~i'6.~CN~S/ 7`R,nPccRL rkuc~~ 369 Fl EIGH"fY-SEVENT. Fi ANNUAL MEETING, pYfA, 9l s f0s,70 19 74Iq7)Y PRot:Fl:Dr j%,,r;GS of fjze FLORIDA STATE ~~IoRTiCuLTURAL soC-- ~ ~?E~Y held at Miami Beach, Florida November 5-7, 1974 ~ sl oy, 4_~a~ ozonn ox4.$z9
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50329 8371 HB CONSIJldER BEHAVIOR/MARKF.TINC RESEARCH/COFFEE/ 801 DISSERTATION--PURDUE UNIVERSITY/ MAR(;ARINEJFLOUAj Do DF.TERGENT/JLTICF./'('OOTHPASTF./S1IA~IP00/CERF.AL/ 1975 HEADACHE REMEDY/ ' . .~. _ .....~-_ - ['". 0 t 62 ; Xerox UnWersity tAicrofiims, ,._~.rA ... .. ...-.--.~-..__.. ~ .......... .. . tl .4 n p z'.4 8 q.b. DMt, Joe-Austin, Jr., 1946- NtALY ES. a!1 EF.PIP,ICAL EXA/'IIt1ATI0H Of,(BUYER BEFUIVIOR: INOIYIDUAL AttD 18P,1w110 A ..a.. Purdue University, Ph.D., 1975 Business ldministration i ~ I I 1 A
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50329 8351 v,Fiori& W~ustrisl j"tin Serie s Ir'o.,29. , Fl FrutL-r e46 o -POSiG.:i e: 3c- - F(!Dr!:i C'•, t.ii- •- May r a 9J{O '7 P, M $e 4, . 3,1}et i.r7--1 a• I tx 3 P*~6 .-~ ~: ..-,~.-,.-:-__y. ~.........,~..._..~.- -_ 0~ 0 0 n 0 2 4 8 2 6
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50329 8366 71olyataotl, v. Cremer, Herbert W ed. Chenyical engiiieerinn prwctice, under the general edito; ship of llerbert 11'. Cren:er. Managing euitor: Tmfor Davies. 1eN I ork, Academic Press,105fr- .f v. tDus., dlagrs., table®. 24cm. Includes biblioqrapbies. Cox?zass: v. l. GeneraL L Chemlcal engtneering. L Uavies, Trefor Rendall, ed. [TP155] 660.28 56-5ST1; Print.al for A. B. P. by Lbrary of Congresa i^3i o z n Q ct'o 2 4'8 4 !
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_ . ._ . _ _ ._.:.. - .. .. _ ~ _.r r _. - ?f s.^G~`.; --f1P~:ANi('frs~!1~--iRC~~I/ 50329 8376 VITA:`IqNS/*.OLA$.5FS jCR12F.AL4 '3LtEAD/P~OO~tj' 1TII.c:/: LI2'TI1.iLEPw/:iO:vEY f PESTi~:;.;: DIET--NUTRITION/NUTRITION/FOOD--NU";RZTIOV/Ft10D--ADDITIVES/ . TP -370 Ma 1973 , ~ '- : t Margolius, Sidney NEALTU FOODS FACTS AND FAKES. - Walker and•Company, New York 1973 ..,. : , . . . . • • - - • _ . .. . "> . T C
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50329 8364 .4GnmTED fI t rR0 r•44r wh sroE TRE*r.r#AC wrl Po~c~ artev -•ohr-c X/ w *f STE ~'~/ONsT~iA~~R6#~*r~ Ds~os/t1B/~creRiA~ ~ WATER P©LLUTION I09f7to, DISPOSAL AND REUSE (in two volumes) Volume i A NO ~. 0 2 a0 by J. E. ZAJIC University of Western Ontario n0 2 4 p'[.9don, Ontario. Canada
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XX *;.: Y--E- 43X; 7 3 ~: C 76G ! V • 1Ci:liazn Shucy, Chair:nan C {`i °rij,ff'.~/ .~~ L~ /.~ Co:nrilcd and Edited by Lawence Locken Stephcn Lost;a F1ALiR/DUUt=K/ ;~r -kret;- ~ ._.., '1 J L.~ ~ ~ j ~ J~ ~` f~~: j :• ~- r • : ~ ,~, iv.v ~~ .... (/ (J\/ ~ {.iC~~YL:i under thc auspices of the Physical Testing Methods Committee of the American Association of Cereal Chemists . - . ---W.o ~.,.~ 50329 8375 Published by the 3 ~ American Association of Cereal Chenusts Inc , . ~ St. Paul, Minnesota I ~ i o~nn n4a.4asn
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^cz 's; J pf iif ~C. f~. eotA~ " -soft d„ft ~ .~'.~..~•~,~ . .. TP3 7O A,•,. /9 7~~ Q_~. ., JOSEPH A UONAU) rL~`[)l3GRG Jule Wilkinson Book Editor Tony Pronoitis Art Director - UKUGRSTA\DIKG 13AKING i is r Irademark of A1cdaIist 1'ubli:ationi. lnc., a xobsi;!i:rry of Cahc•rr: PubEisisr-,e Co.. Inc. Copyright Publi;ations. Inc. O ~ 0 n ~ O ~ ,~ A{{yi~ I~rc l oak or p:ut% thcrcof Cf "'~ . / rnl~m~ rrl,ro,1u.•ec~ in any form : withuut Ikrini <iur: nf the publi:.hcr. ~~~ ~ ~ B 1 ~ ~!J ~ c B A, 7611 Nj 0 0 %1EnaOLA 50329 8369 / 7 ~.. .....-..-.r,.... ....~. _ _.
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50329 8357 0 TozicologZ. 18 (19801219-232 O Eisevier/North-HoUand Scientific Publishers Ltd. 77 II Re-81 s.p.. SCREENING OF TOBACCO SMOKE CONSTITUENTS FOR MUTAGENICITY USING THE AMES' TEST ~ LARS RL)TBERCa, -MAR(3ARETA CURVALLb and CURT R. ENZEL stIl4AeY To eLrify the muteaenic aetivity of indiridual smoke components, 239 and/or TA 100 with 8•9. compounds, repeeseatative of tbe ga.eous and semivolatile phaaes of tobacco amoke, were aaayed for mutagenicity towards 4 histidine-requirina mutants . of Salmonella lyphfinvnfwn (TA 98, TA 100, TA 1535 and TA 1537). All compounds t,ere t6sted quatttatively both with and without metabolic activation using a liver trection (8-9) from Aroclor 1254 or methylchol- anthrene induxd tatL Without 8-9, only 2,S-dimethylindoie and 2,3,5• himethylindoie ahowed mutaaenic activity that was not enhanced by the metabolic activation tystem. 2,6-Diaminotoluene and coronene, which iike the above compoundt ate not documented cutinogene were found to be mutagenic for strain TA 98 with 8.9. Mutagenic activity was also ob.eerd rMt1~18cenl~ r0 Y OS benz1a)Pyrsoe6 chiYeene, bens[el- , pe ene'i~1d -napTfZhyiamiae, on e:posure to strains TA 98
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A 115 Plaurv 2ad cd~ ;A 50329 8387 ~ He Wsistr, Harry Heward ?PACTICAL PGCD IWROSIOLOCY hDSD ;ECI...O:ACY. t.cstp--rt, Coaa., Avi Pub. rc-:. 1962 ! I 345 p. illus. 24 cm. . 02 n o0`0 248 6 2
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50329 8372 CWnOWKS/ FMWRI^ f . . : . . . - r ~ .; ~ . . ~ . rr . . . - . . _ . . . . s! TP ; _. .. . ~ 5 44 e, WtiRID WHEAT IN FOODS OF MANY LAF-IDS .- Iq~ ~ . • BY MARJORIE NEID` Western Regional Research Laboratory Agricultural Research Service U. S. Department of Agriculture .._.... : :- :.,:,.i.`s:, :..:, :6.: . . . , -.,.. : ~'.. ' Berkeley, California 94710 WURLD wheat is a modified form of bulgur, the ancient wheat.food that for centuries has been the "daily bread" of the Near and Middle Eastern countries. The term WURLD comes from the initials of the laboratory where the product was developed -- Western Utilization Research Labo- ratory -- with the "0" added to suggest worldwide adaptation to the traditional eating patterns of countries where wheat foods have formerly been unknown. RURLD wheat and bulgur can be used interchangeably in many recipes. The density of WURLD wheat is slightly lower than that of bulgur; whereas one cup ofdcraj>cked bp~igtM w4ig~ 140a grr~, it,takes 1-1/8 cups of ---^~~a ~•~iioi nw~p~t ~n eaua t at eib.ht. erefore when a dry fluffy , . . .,_ . a - .. -I.. ....
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50329 9374 - - -- - - _~ _.~ TP 370 Ja 1921 THE TECHNOLOGY OF ><WL . BREAD-MAKING - The Chemutr4y and Analytical and Practical Testing of Wheat Flour, and Other Alaterials Employed PLOUXV" tn. Bread-Making and Confectionery. CONFECTIONERY/ t* WWJAM JAGO, F.LC, F.GS., a u.nr.: ~. e.~;.~...~.1..., i.:.. Eu:.r i. /+.d.e4.li.1 .r C..fe.u..aq » da. G, ... c.u, .1 t.d.: (r:~w Lr d. AJ...n..u .f T.«k.ie.I EJw.p..: C:w L«ws..-ALa.r. De.d.p.N..) &../.kLtw" W CM.us/ s1 C.dMi..nd Uua41..d Pr.. ' laWi 1. #.1~M/J J Aft 1•Md.% NL end -. WlWAM C. JACO, F.'C S., .- Ad/ERICAN EDITION BAKERS' HELPER COMPANY ~ 321 Sorth l& S.Il. Stceea ChiuQo, IIL • 1921 A Af RJ1b RnmJ ~ ~ 02nOnn 2 48 4-9
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50329 8386 COMMODITIES/At;RICULTURAL PRODUCTS--ILANUFACTURE AND TRADE--S.'(1RLD/ CURRENCY(Exchange Rate)/E:(PORTS/IrII'ORTS/TOBACCO--WORLD/ MEAT/DAIRY PRODUCTS(CEREALS/MAJWI%qiEAT/FRUITS/ RJR CLASS NO, Tex.tbook S 21 Un 1974 1974 Includes information on "Unmanufactured Tobacco" especially on pages S United Nations'Food Agriculture Organization, Rome 21 TRADE YEARBOOK. Un Trade Yearbook 27, 536 p. (1973) (in English) 366-368. • . . : _ . - < , . - O~~Qna 2 48b 1
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k, * 41 50329 8380 TP DOUCH PRbDUCTS/ . 1971 Bread Science and Technalogy' 370 pO ' ` - by Yeshojahu Pomeranz, Ph.D. at~ector. Nsttonol 8wtey end Mdt Lobarotay. ' U•S. Drppc.t.nent of Ayricrerturt. . , . : Maddlsat, Ntscons6r- and J. A. Shellenberger, Ph.D. Dtutnjuutshed Projesscr. Deportauat ojGrain Science and Technolody. ICanms State Unlrenity. AiQahnttan. Knnsns Ih'ESTFORT, CONNECTICUT 1911 THE AVI Pl.fBR tSZ ati\G CGAPIPANY, td\;C. . ~ L.'!'y (pKeeA) r . ' ~ . ' . . ~ -. Q~ o 0 n 0 2 4 $ S g
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50329 8373 CANCER--1tESEARCH/CANCER--CONGRESSES/FOOD--TOXIt :N:jTS/1lITkOSfJ~SINLS--FOGU/ FOOU--ANAZ.YSIS/CHEMISTRY, ANILYTIC/T013ACC0--.'i?1O::is--'NITnOSAsRiI1CES/ NITROSAT:INES--TOI3ACC0--SMOKE/ ENVII:OZJaEHT.!1. HEtUTFi/NI'IFOGi:PI OXIDES•--OiiTERFIIi,;:' SOYBEAN /HUdAT--CAttCEROGI:NIC CO40(!iWS/MILKMMV~ RC ~ 267 In ThTNITROSO i975 • -CONiPOUNI; i r. ', IrJ THE ENVIRONMEN~ ~' "~- Proccedbrgs of a W'nrkirrq Conference held at the International Agenev jor Research on Cancer, Lyon, Frence 17-20 Octobcr 1973 EMTORS P. BOGOVSKI E. A. WALKER TEC,'HNICAL EDITOR FOR IAIfC w. DAVIS JA2C Scicnti8c Pablications No. 9 INTERNATIONAL"AGENCY FOit RESEARCH ON CANCER L:'ON 1975 WORLI) HEALTH ORGAN[7_A'PION INTrI'.NATIONAL AGENCY FOR RESEARCH ON CANCER o---z-.n.-. .o_ m _o-- 12_ _ 4a - 8._ 48
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S03?9 8382 DOUGH PROMjCTS/BREAD/BAICING/PASTRIESiIFLQUR/FOOD--INDUSTF.Y/ 1 C. BISCUIT MANUFACTURE fundamentals of in-line production by PETER R. WNITELEY Dlr. F.E, F.Inst. B.B. Jltad ojthe Drportmrnt ojBak/n& Rush Green Technica! Cv!legt, Rwnjo.d, Euex ELSEVIER PUBLISHING COMPANY LTD LONDON-AMSTERDAM 1971 _ , . .. .. •. .. >.~~.-..a -., .,r.-,~....:+~._--.~..-,.. ~ ,...,.T. . _.~ -.-..,; __ ,. . . _ . . .. _..._,,.,.• ~.~.,...• ,.K+-,... I 0'2 0 0A 0 2 4~ s 7
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9 E8 0 0! 0 ~. ~ ==m" y WQ ~L20j}u:R'Stl ~ Pd.ZZ j(`, a9'J..~.t10s ~f ~Gl~ ~ ~ ~n y ~ 'i Q ;I ~Ar4•nPwrll(~y t':1 `~ ~r+e~,Mc) a ;ia) •'j ~T ~a ~ ~Q'3Q8iTID~.1 ~a AID+qi eW41 oTM p~e„^y ,#.q"096T •b ~5 t05 0 19E6 6ZEOS
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CN t1T~ i'T1~`I~ z'11fi1,1T1~V1.L~'a~T' f! ~'~ fLZ~ Food 'I"lleory and Applications Edited by ; .. : _ PAULWE C. PAUL New York • London • Sydney • Toronto and ]HELEN sI. PALMER john Wiley & Sons, Inc. 50329 8379 020000 -24 85,
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A& r.-,~r = tA w ,~ ~~il~iilE~A~~e~ f ~~t 1~ ~! ~i~ N/IW ~! lTi rRt'~,f ~'•y~'.~y'f pI~ A •i rtoR L • G~• G~- ~ ' ~.-~~ ~ ~..~.~•-
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50329 8332 --,III Du? 76 S.P. - AIW" jOtlMAL O. PIIYl10LO0Y VN. M9` Na s, oeaber c97s. ltinrd i. t%,tA. _ ~o~a. /Oyt~r- /osl9 Oxygen transport of colloidal fluorocarbon suspensions in asanguineous rabbits FRANK GOLLAN, MAKOTO AO.'O, Ah'D• Ae/wrtments of Anesthesiology and Surgery, Veterans Administration Hospital, and University of Miami SoAaol of Medicine, Miami, Florida 33125 GOLLAN, FRANa, NIAKOTo AONO, AND ALVARO FLORES. OXYBpt btnrpat of eolloidal flirorotarboA susrpenrionr in asangtrineous rabbits. Am. J. Physiol. 229(4): lt045-1049: - 197S.-Irr aaesthetizcd, oxygen- breathing rabbits, the entire blood volume was exchanged with a 20%'o colloidal fluorocarbon fluid suspension of high gas solubility. In contrast to the control animals with acute isovolemic and hyper- volemic hemodilution, the fluorocarbon suspension prevented the decrease irter~l o~geont~t t~ow~he~to~ 0 However, e tno'~1e pronou ced •ejPect~f the {uorocar n suspcn- sion on oxygen delivery occurred at higher hematocrits and was of a variety of fluorocarbon fluids and emulsifiers have b- studied comprehensively (4-8) in order to conform to : clinical dictum of primum non nocere. This prerequs ' seems to be fulfilled in carefully prepared emulsions; `:;_ ever, information on the important dcterminants of ox. _ transport has been available in air-breathing rabbits ~ (17). This is the first study dealing with oxygen transpor; oxygen-breathing rabbits whose red cells were rcplaced a colloidal fluorocarbon suspension. d
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50329 8367 Flotr~tiaon~--Tablesr Y. I~t pt. 1. i Laradolt, Hans I:Ieinrich, 1831-1910. Zahlanwerte und Funktionen aus Physik, Chent:e, .Lstro- nomie; Geophysik und Technik; in Gemeinschaft >;tit J. B:, r- tels tet al.l und unter Vorbeieitender Diitwirkiuid «jn J. D'Ans tet al.l hrsg. von Arnold Fucken. G. Aufi. 2ierlir., Bprinbrer,1950- v. diagrs., tables. 28 cm. At head of Utle: Landolt-PArnstein. Previously publisned under title: Physikalischchecn:sche Tabellen. Includes bibliographies. Cox=ra.-1. Ud. Atom- und 31olekularphssik. 1. T. Atome wnv! Ionen. L Physics-Tables, etc. 2. Chemistry-Tables, etc. I. lk<ru- stein, litchard, 1852- 1913. a. Title. ,r- QC61.133 541.9 51-10 :~ Library of Congrp--s " ' ;51q151 o'~ n ~ n 0 2 4 8 4?,
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50329 8378 r CSi TEM1V OLOG'Y' VV~.~~.~ '~ndy Snack Industry 1972 21-22, 53-56 (1972) •, • ; x thrce general categories. all of .• which arrs intertwillcd. The first of. ihcsc is k-gi.clatian on a Fcdcrol level. : The scv"rd is wlrcat aud (lout produc- tbn patterns, and the third Is tlour trdlin& tcc6acrlopy. t:et's start with kgislition, It cen- aC MeF-G-204-73 ~''~1''t irb paper ort "tuil N7reat float ~j frast Farm to [=Mur" covers t ~ _ ,. . •._~. ; . ..:...: ; Legral, tech~.icall and ; productive consid~r~d~~s ttols pr.uluctkin patterns of wheat, cost of +rircat to millcrs. cost. of Oour ~ at thc mill, cost of tran.porta• to yau , alpy;.!:: of i •.. . .-- , ~ _ . . ~,r:... . . ~ Oon ld M Mcnncl U y . a . . . . ~. `.. . . ._---••..__....*.+.-~.,.,,,._r._...... _.•_ ) I b2 4 8 5 3
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50329 8384 4 Anderson, John Ansel, IJ03- ed. Storage oi cereal grains and their products, rditai by .I. :, Anderson landt A.1h'. alcoask. St. P~ul, Atneric.un As,.~Xia- tion nf Cereal Chentists,1J54. ts {American Aasoclatton of Cereal Chemk 51b p~ ialu~ 24 cm . . '' ~-oj,l L Aionograph sertes, v. 2) Includes bibiiography. L(iraia-Storage. 2 Flour. x. Aleock, Alfred W., 1801- joint ed. n. Title. SB190.A5 ~~ Llbrary of wn6z•ess 633.1 (51 o.-.+~w...- r 0 2 0 0 6 0 2• 48 9 9
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50329 8377 `; 7b 1174 .L I • 1: p uifr i " . 0 ~',~ a p"' !i!!:L`. er iv+ TJ t/N u/• • ',r- Sr~ld{U~I. A. 1 .+~i'fZ, Ph.D. 1 ice 1'msidcn! /te~cvr•~h cr.d /)ri r:vj~ment Oi-rttinc I>rr•; :1c: ~ 'INrision ol Sandoz-N'orndcr v/1rJ 1 ivJ:. I:icnDls 1',lESTPORT, CONNECTICUT 'fEi E /aV t [`U9 LE S E-EEt'3C C () t'E!iP" Y, 1 '%I C• ~.0 _. 2 4 8 S Z. 1972
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50329 8389 B1IKIHG/EyZa. SjSTAF.CR/SUG:.RS/VITAMItiS/ FOOD--A.*iALYSIS/ ZS/CEfiEAL/ I r-') .; ~ . -~ ~ .... ~ -3. APPROVED NIETHODS c+f tlu AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL CHEMISTS Vo is . Cwpiled by Approved Methods Committee American Association of Cereal Chemists, Inc. ' Wiibur C. Schaefer Chairman Ilevlsed and neprinted October, 1969 Pnblished by AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF CEREAL CHEMISTS, INC. 1521 LJniversiq Aveaue St. Yaal, biinnesota 33104 U.S.A. 0 1 00 n 0 ;?.4 8 64
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50329 8385 U _ glours v. ~..~ UUmaan, Fritz, 18i 5- ed. Encyklopidie der teschnischen Chemie. 8., vollig neu ~:- etaltete Aufl- in G`iunchenafU ban & Schw rzenberg,1' 51R Wilhelm Foerst. .. lltus., d1aCm 28 cat. CoxTetvrar-1. Bd. C>u~lscher ApparatebRU und VertatirPnstecDn'-k 1. Chetnlatrf, Technleal-Dlctionartea-(3erman. f~elnt, 1898- ed. tc. Tlde. TP9.U614 . __ Ltbrnry ot (.ongre~+ ~ 154921 t. Foerst, 52=2537 1-.: 0 2n 0 n 0 2 48 6 6
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,. uA.Z-. I~'L^T.'~TT~):I OF ru:^.L-HIi;, Tr.LC S QUARTZ C02'?'G`~:Ss"sD OIL AS COLLZC''64, by R. K. Ruav~v+.rthy and E. A. ';rish::an. Ra A' ~: t 5Cr.f~AS C'~:I. LYCTtiI~a 7 Yf (1970) R.zm:+r.urthy, t:. F. ind_:,:i Jour. TPcir,o2. 8(Fyo. 1) 27-31 (Jan. 1970) ..-~..-. -.r-.-... - - . 2 4 8 43
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50329 8391 ..,....4,..==-e., . r~ i QD ~ 13S 10 Flour--ARelysts~ -e11y, S. C. (cd,) 0~'r`I4ULe STt:E1ARDXSM AM RP.COLZM'30 ~ fSIZM03}S Gf An.ALYSXS. ~ (Soctety €ar A:salyLtcel Ghcmisstry, Ima1yti,ct.::i Iiethoda Cemfttde) 1963 577 p. W. flet£o! b.g©aa. Ltd. CasuSL'idSE, 2:azz. ..,e.~......~~.~...-.~.~-.+~...+:-.~..--° . ., .-~._-.-,~r-...~-....__.....1...-...-.,.~..•.~.-..~: -. . ...~.+.. ,.. ~ -. O ~pQ~lEI2 4866
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. ~..a...ar.~..:.~ ..:~~.:~i.~.. a..a. t. a~ .... 50329 8388 ~ QD Fiour,, ~ i 321 ~ H 4 ~'iHr1T, CHr:•lIS i~Y !ti`..D1 '}'F.Ci~~~?.CGY edited by 1. t1:ynlca 1964 603 pagas P---%3rican Ar,:.rciaticn of CpreL1 Crera.sts, Inc. St. Fiwl, :arueeota .~d..T~.,.._-. _ 4~ n q n o:Z 4 0 6 3
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6 9 8~~ U v a p~ 0 aaTvrnssj. suo1ZVTS=zl 0T;S3UD'i*S 90; c~~Sar~ Ttrsul 882aa sss 1961 DIC~~ Maira.:Ma ac.IV DRxC40mxa MIT,.D to Ig.,MY.WJU •rj •?p, 1 a':sj..ti:'t:j Sa~ss~rc+~g s~olg Y..--~ :~ . ~6f 8 6Z fUS
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50329 8396 ;. t Rap~intr~ G+. te{.~r:eA~d fs.e. of t ' CO.~7RW f.NGI~lLY.1~G pMnAd Rctth'O by «ti"~uK~san.roes w,r,a ». RF.PRI~T ~r•p~tight h0.948 r, j• r! ; E• ;;r SlRIES 1971 by lhc Rcubcn H. Donnalq Corprralic - At R.,` 46 Ways to Process ;;.. • : Neasurement and Control 24 Temperature ., * 9 ~oisture content , . . 8 Level t 5 Ffew--~` -. . ~,. 0 2 0 0 n 0 24 8 7 1
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ZV R bZ: V u U u 2'. 0 Vnx foli •QYvD £ $^.gaa aTMp**V l9sZ '096T '90t y '£4T 't~ll-::OXL"s (M XIO:'. e. `L=0i?fiI ('A:9 'u 'A `4OTaT3 ~ ~ TS i ~ ACT3 .69T oa l: LObB 6LEOS
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9 [$0 2: ou0 0 4 0 0 (9961) 9Z-tt 'TTnj •I sasteEl puv v ta car.,bn sr.c~::n v ao s:la ,: .._..~. ..-..t.u . ~ 9961 ao mou EOhB 6LEOS
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50329 8412 . ':~ • .r......._.._~..: ~{~.~..:..:~_~__ _.._.._.__~__ ~...........,~ ..._.._~~...J.- -- ~, Q:1 i 901 ~ La Landau, L. D. eLUID JfE,t.AtiICS, by L. D. ?.au dau and E. i;. Lifshi.z (r.rad s1ated from the itUdsl.:.n by j• Sykes and W. H. Reid). (Course Of lheoratizai Physics, v. 6.) 1959 536 p. Parg=an Press 0:~ford , D:~b4~02488)
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50329 8383 Ar.derson, Jchn Ansel, 1903- ed. Enzymes and their rola in wheat technology, edited Ur T. Awse,l Aitdersou ... New York, Pub. for the Arneriean ^.:..-.o- cintion of cereal chemists by Lnterscience publishers, inc., 19-16. ix, 371 p. Illua., diabrr. 231 cm. 1?.merlcan aaecociation of cere:il chemtats. dionngraph eeries, vol. i; Bibliography at end of each chapter. 1. Enxynum 2. 1'lour. 3. I3aking. I. Title: Wheat te^hnology. 4fr-11g ~.`I ~ 641.631 Ubrary of Congreas 151k11 0'2 00 00 2 4 8 9 a
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50329 81105 ~ 1 _.___,____._..._ . _. _ . _ . _ .~...-==...: - . ... Cremer, Herbert W ed. Chemical c;iginoaring practice, under the Seneral edicur- siiip of fIerbeit 1V. Crer.ier. Managing edif.or: Trrior Davies. '.New York, ricademic PrASe,1956- .. illua., dlagra, tables. 26 cm. Includes blbllograpbies. fsomrtre.-..1. General. L Chemlcal eugineering. i. Daviea, Trefor Renduli, ed. FTPIl~'i] 660.28 56-5s 71 7 Printed for A. II. P. ~~ by Library of Conbress [,~W`101 ., S~o ozoono2 4
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~_ ~a- 50329 8404 .11901 '_ C aC, 4 -r+~-~---- Colem=, Eern.zrd D Viscon;ctric flows of nou-New;oninn fluicls; theor, a,11 . experiment (byj 11. D. C%o:aman, H. Markovitz (atull 1;`. Noll. Berlin, :~rew York, Sp: inprer-`'erlag, 1966. zx. 130 p. lIlna. 24 ctn. (Springer tracts In n.uurnl philosophy, . 5) Bibllograpb7 : p. tlODj-127s• L Non-Newtonlati Aulda, 2. VIacous flow. 3. Continuur.i meci:ar.- 1ca. : L Mart<oeits, Hershel, 1921- jolnt author. t[. !\uil, K•cii- ter, 1923- joint author. nr. Title. Q d1fl29.C6 - 532.05 6:r-?.;11 •} Lbrary of Congress k, J t6613t 0 2 0 0 n`0 24-879•
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50329 81413 1901 j Li FIo1~ PIM&r.:wTS fia? :ikSl.f~~t ju•1ICJ , by kt. W. *.na A, P,os ...o cit Aeronsuticall Serica} 14-5 7 ~ 439 P..r5es 3:~'.•.a N~Ilay and Sons,'.Iac. New Y~-rk ~ n- --~~.n.-.-.---T.~~~,_..~.,.~f~.-... 02t~~t~0 24888
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50329 8406 TP 145 D now..r 4 Drew, Thomas E*a dford, sS0?.- ed. Advances in cheinicnl ers~inecring, edited by Thomas 133. Drew (and) John W. Ziooprc, Jr. Nciv York, Acadcinla Prasa, 193fs- . illvs., 3:a&re., tab2A.. 24 am. Inclndes bibllographies. 1, Chemlc8l eagineeriax i. Hooyes, Jobn Walker, joint ed. sr. Title. TP145.DT ` ~ 66t?.28 bfr--66L0 Llbrary of Congress --' t201 I 0 2 0 o1Y 0 2 4 8 A t
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50329 8411 Y.utchakY.y, Aharon. Anner,uiiibriuzi thermodynamics in bi nphysics tby] :1. Fiatchals1-i tanl; Peter F. Crrran. Cmbridb, l:arti-s::d Itniversity Prrsa.19h5. z, 248 p. tllum. 24 sa. (Harvard Doofu ie bIopbyttex, no. 1) "F..fe:eu!W: D. =%2-1-L 1. Thernwdynamtcs. z Curran, Peter F., jotnt author. u. Ttt!e. (Series) QC311.K33 Library of Congress ~. ~ 538.7 G5-2201t5 U~OAt1, 0 2 48a6
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50329 8409 I _ - --- - ----•,... Flow Jo:g4acran, iGsbext, P.d. FAR MGI:~NG, An Fr.ginsar la Handbook on Alr 1961 700 aages Buf tal,c+ Forg. Coagaay Suf fa1o, Nw York 0';.P n4n0 2 48 R4a
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72 IX Te-75 CIGARETTE§=-6ItAW- RF.SISTANCqJR CLASS NO. PAMPlILET 72 IX Te--75 Tennessce Eastman Kodak Company, Kingsport, Tenn., U. S. EFFECT OF WATER VAPOR ON SWRO%METER -RATE MEASURErIEIvTS. 1 Tennessee Eastman Kodak Co., Kingspor , Tenn., FTR-35,1(1,975)(in English) 1I P *1975, No. e, W 967* *d* Tobacco chcraistry: .~.. . .4._ .L. • . • ., • _.r. .+.»t.-.~.~ t.~a.~...s. 02n0 n0 248 7 5
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50329 8410 81 III Ka2 ~ FLUID MECHANICS/ ' . r taO Atedl. (1979). dd. Oa. port 1. pp UnsteadyAow'n a collapsible tube subjected to external PriWea iw Qnae arift b d f ~~ pressure or o y orcesl By ROGER D. KAMM AtvD ASCHER H. SHAPIRO 1lfaesachu.ett.In.titute of Technology, Ce.mbridge,llfA. 02139 (Reoeived 18 June 1978 and in revised form 23 February 1979) 0 Flows in thin-walled, collapsible tubes are of fundamental importance to various phy.%iologic phenomena and clinical devices. A one-dimensional, unsteady theory is developed for flows generated either by externstlly applied pressures or by body forces. Part 1 deals trith small-amPlitude, linearized flows, part 2 with large amplitude, nonlinear flows. Experimental results for a tube collapsing under external pressure are given in part 3, together v-ith theo- retical interpretations and comparative results of numerical simulations. 02 0 Q0 02 4885
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50329 8398 QD 281. Mc 1962 James M. McKelvey Professor of Chemical Engineering 1•iuhington U^.irnrsity St. Louia, A4issok:ri JaM Wiley aod Sons. fne. Ntr Yak t,W. d!M pt-1) N•?tl'P.T":1T''t_o:J/ !Je~i??lYI!~t(:/ :3:~:dr~Ti,'.G/ SF ::t!('/ ! .~~~~ Polymer ProceSS~ ~.~~~ 02 n 0.n0 2 qa73
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50329 8393 1- twwee Ays.r., wn, v.r. 21, N. at u $4. rsreama A«.. Ainud N G.w e.uaa...._.:_~ I lIS II tce SEXUAL EXCITATION BY PHEROMONES OF THE ;:. ;. . NFUSED~OE~~ L~ RICHARD KEVILLE• and PAUL B. KANNONVSKI Dep.rtrnent of Biologr, University of North Dakota, Grand Forb, _ . . (Rereioed 1Syats 1974) 4 7 Abstrset Ernacts of oonfused flour beetle (TriboliraR confusrrm) volatiles viete separated into their components by gas chromatography and idendfied by mast spectroseopy as 1-pentadecene, a-hexadeaee, 1-heptadecene, and heptadecadiene, the last three reported for the tint time in this species. The first dires of these compounds were tested and found to induce copulation. The pheromones are produced in males and females but appear to affect males only. INTRODUCTION - Cowvsm flour beetles (Tri3olium confuncm) are common pests of cereals and ~_ txreal products (SoKotoFF, 1972). Although their population density may be o~ 0 0 f1 o x 4 8 b$ TRIBOLIUM CONFUSUM see also CONFUSED FLOUR BEETLE/ 1 Noreh Dakota 58201, U.S.A. -__..-.~.
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. 548.dz Q.U0UZ0 :4 ..._..~... r:..,..~..~.:~ - -_ ~asac~; •tn~t •1e 7"sca fijsnp~,+~ rsovma Tt'L 89a T.~.~JP.Vjq,r 'nm= Jo r.Oti~T'=sroy a"Ts0ttV 06£Q 6ZEOS ~ '~~i f!'"%'~. ws
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50329 8414 j - . : -j QA 1 901 ; Mu ,.. . rLLtInS 'Fti ;:?-- '3' A,F.is-1 A. 1146 7s3 p. T. '.?. Vua:C:;, I::c. Ann ".rbor, MJ- c'.. aan c 0 2 0 0 n a 2 4 8 8 9
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: r-~~.~~vo = `f.rr`focu-r"-r r 7 ~~ 1/3'f)1 Zo- y(lP7o) ~Pv~~_~Q 38 , Extrusion and mixing:-fl~aw and heattra sfier , p~~,,~F~, ~ I/S ~. . . R.B. Grc; ory • F. !3'. Egaii (Machieery•) htc., NewJerser, USA Abstract: Mixing is dispersion (deagglomeiation of a minoi constituent) lollowed by distribution (spotial orientation of the dispersed tninor constituent randomly within the matrix of the major). Dispersive mixing is the product of the maximum shear stress in the process, which in turn is e lunction of the applied shear rate and the viscosity of the polymer at tine point of maximum stress. Distributive mixing is the amount of interchange of particle orientation, and is proportional to the applied shear rate and the ratio o/ pressure tlow to drag 1/ow in the extrusion process. Mixatg is purchased at the price of power added to the process above that requiied for the enthalpy change and the pressure potential energy. The rate o/heat addition to orremoval/iom the extrusion process can be predicted from past studies, depending on the rotational veloNty of the screw, its radial 1/ight land clearance with the barrel, the number of llight starts and the di/lerence between the barrel inside wall temperature and the mean polymer temperature in the sciew. The thermo- di/lusivity c/ the polymer is obviously a lactoa Extruder leedsciews are currently being designed utiliring the knowledge and experience mentioned and lncoiporating dispersive as well as distributive sections. t-1.0-'' .• ~ C Six.'cific heat • merit leading to its popularity as a processing 0 2 0 a n 4 2 4 8 7 2 50329 8397
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50329 8ais Ct.arke, Loyal. Manaal ior;iroress enfiineering calcutati:.ns. lst ea. \eti.• York,11.947. ir, 438 p. diagr.., tabiex 24 cm. (tic(3raw-IIUI oie,n!,T.! enfii- wering serles) Includes blbUographles. 1. Chemical eaaineerin6 Fandbooka, mRnuala, etc. TP155.C55 ~ e60.83 47-t i; %4* . Ltbrart of c7ongrm 150c*l1 .,~--. . _ ..-........-....._ o~ Cl o q'o 2 4 8 9 3
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50329 8417 -n.........:.ii..:...`~:.~..~ ~~"r-.i'-w.. .,..ic.. r- .. ~~1.~ F2lm.. ~ Ru~ ;~1WX, THZIOIY A:ID PR4C'tT08, edited by V. W. UZ1 and J. B. Cra;. •. 1 19" Academic 1'reas Naw York
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50329 9423 %Y1rERIiE/G • • s y sr,Ew.r 1fA aIV '04 jtRA,+d,s"/ 11oMvaroRs . . F LOWC~P\l T3s'3CI4 ./9I/ by NED CHAPiN 1 0 2 o'40 0 2 489,..9
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50329 8392 . , - TP 370 Pi 1972 PoO1L PATENTS--FOOD/MILK 'PRODUCTS/REV}sRAGES/EGG PRODtICTs/ MONOSODIUM GLUTAMATE/ COCOA/SWEETENERS/DAIRY PR0::F3CfSJ. FOOD PROCESSING RHVIEW NO. 25.• ... . A alo~.eration Processes ~~ . . . . . . . . ~_ :. ._:..- ~.'. ~:- lood Manu .f acture ~" . Thirty-Six Dollars fl~DL ~ NOYES DATA CORPORATION Noyes Building Park Ridge, New Jersey 07656, U.S.A. Nicholas P..intauro " ',,.~ 7L+ ~ 1~ . . ,. ._. .. •,.. ,-~ - .,. _ . . • _ - - -~ Y I J . .... • • e .r~'~w t...-. . _ . ~. • .r . . ~ . .. ..: r- .. a . . . ~~ n o n 0 2 4 s 6 7
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50329 8qZ1 . ---~-- ------ ~--~----~---- - ~... ~ ~ _ : ~..._~ J . CIGARE1Tp.S-- DRAW ggSISTANCE/ RJR CLASS ::0. TRA`dSLATIOa ~. Meyer-Abich, K. a. [ ~ (Hauni-::erlce' Korber Co. KC., Davclop. Div., flamburg-Eergedorf, Ger.) ~ 1'E~'!'lR"ta:'FN'rftf:r~ 8eitr. Tabakforsch. 3(::u. 5) 307-329 (1°u6) - Previous Reference (Gcmcrk ~ Original - Coaplcte English Translatic-a Available :.ow) ~ r ~ *:;oce -dated e .. .. .. .- . ... _.. . , . .. ; : ~-~-- _...... . . ~._......r,~_ _..,,~.... .'....._. __ -- _ - I
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-50329 8401 1901 ` it2,o,e` <~ 1 Ad I I .a AnV4}1CALS rPv 1~'~Uu:xCS, hraceeai.: ;a of the 1967 Fla{at~l Symro3xrm, Cuieac;o, Illi.nai,3. 191ii , Z"Air.CQ by i t T. aro'in 1967 435 Pag.s ku:r1aLn Soci-itp of Mech.anical sn,gir.-vir* New 1'or: ; s , 0~ t~ 0~ 02 4 8 7 6
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50329 8419 : _...~.-..- . ._. ..- T-..^ . . . . . . ... ... ..... _. .. . _ . .--: ;l'~:C..~/ri::Y'L _ - 1 Ref . L1 FYsiv----Tebiea, v. IV, et. 1. Landolt, Hans Heinrich, 1831-1010. Zahlenwarto und rua.tior.es an;. Physik, Cherzic, _1.!~tru- nomie, Geopl.ysik und Technik; in GemU;iischaft mit J. : ai - tels tet aLj ur.d unter Vorbein:tender Mig wirl:ang von J. D'Ans tot al.l hrsg. von Arnold Eucl:en. 6. Aufl. Berlin, Springer,lJbO- v. diagrs., tables. 23 cm. At head of title: Landolt-Iti'irnstein. Previously published under title: Physikallschchemtscbe TaLell•_r.. Includes bibliographies. CoareNre.--1. ISd. Atom- und )Iolekularphysik. 1. T. Atomr= u^-1 IUnen. L Physica-Tables; etc. 2. Chewistry-Tables, etc. r. N% r:- stein, Richard,1852- 1913. ir. Title. QCG1.L33 511.9 51--4r`;, ~ Library of Congress ;:D1q15j 0 2 n n n n 2 4 R 9A
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50329 8 4 2 5 ~~- ~- hN ~ , . :60~ Austin, J. B. 1942 ' 1" pagea Amorican Sociatyy for clavQlem4, Obio :etals 9 7 ~..~ .,.~. 7
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S4329 839S ---~--------•-~-. Development and Use of Defatted &anut Ftourr,=Meals~•and- Grits" BULLETIN 431 Aprif 1972 it, . ~ - HUURr HARRIS, ELIZAKTI4 Y. DAVIS. MILDRED S. VAN di MARK, KENNETH S. RYMAI, ond JAMES J. SMDARO= AUBURN UNIVERSITY, AUBU$N, ALABAIfA ,. AGRICULTURAL EXPERMNT STATION. . INTRODUCTION J.t1E pEAKtT- (Aarchts hypogaea L.) is grown prunaril,v for human food in the United States. In some other parts of the world it is used as animal feed, or only the oil is used for human food while the protein rich remainder is fed to animals or used as,~c rtl~/ze;g P nu ~• are recognized as a valuable source of ~•es•;c- ~•-~4-~ ld~:_A~* Lt>%.„~~u~~Yie,_aLtlu:
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50329 8436 QA ~901 Li . _.- . . . - • -- -.-~- .r.~•.r..-,.,r~..~..-sl:.d-Z~~..rJA:'.i'>:..,...A^....--.r~.-sn~0..~a hlow Messuzerentf „ . , .. _..-_. ' Rn.! ~1 t :.11~.:~V k ~~^autx~ai S-e r A39 at l~.i~c?{ t~AG S~r3, In;.. ozclo ~l024 9 i!
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50329 8433 QA FLUID DYNAMICS/ 901 Ch ,/mm tM W„NJUNU,,OM HISTRUMMAn,tl v. ~ .rAt'('LIED FLUID 1979 A Soft •f R•+n •oob a••..ftesh ,~LO~W MEASUREMEN' w~.. r.r n am.N:rma ` ~ /Yir AeMr IwMbO N TtMMm - fN"nk•nfuls and 7iti•hnuh~Kr Mw~k N/w iwN NICNULAS P (•iieRiA1iSl.(~rr MAR('EL DFKKER. IVC. tie. liViin1l BaKI 0 2 0 0 0 0 2 4 9 0 $
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50329 8431 VI To-71- nO~,*; MWtiRLWW/ "FLUID FLOW/ RJR CLASS NO. PA0PIILET VI To - 72 \ Somasundaran, P.; Mysels, K. J. (R. J. Reynoldse Tobacco Co., Winston-Salem, v. C., U. S.) STUDY OF FLUID TMNSPORT IN POROUS MEDIA WITH SEMI-PERVIOUS WALLS• OQRESTA/TCRC Joint Conf., Symp., paper, Williamsburg, Va., 26 p. (Oct. 22- 28, 1972) (in English) *Note affiliation.* *Keywords:* cigarettes. *1973, No. 2, U 447* *lm* Tobacco chersistry_q~ t o z: o n c~ ~2 4 9 0 6
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50329 8438 mmmBTSRS & THERMOMETRY/FLUID DYNAMIC MEASUREMENTS/ ~1 Fundamentals of Teznperature, Ee -- gl= ressure. an . M t ~ . sECOND eDmON Robert P. Benec3ict Fellow Mechanical Engineer Westinghouse Electric Corporation Steam Turbine Division Adjunct Professor . of Mechanical L•agineeri,ig Drexel University Evening College Philadelphia, Pennsylvania A Wi/ey-Interscience Publication 0 2 ~ " 4 9 t~ JOIIN '%VILCY & SONS New York . London . Sydney . Toronto
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50329 8• : ° TP 156 ' r lJh 3c, 0 Ia Ohl. Y. ii. I MIXZ3IG, tit= AiD lPAC?LCN, aditad by 9: N. Ohl aad i. GYaY. V. t Aeada~le Prass Tort It
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50329 8427 CHRONATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--FLOW INJECTION ANALYSIS/ INSTRIRENTAL ANALYSIS/CHEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--INSTRtfNENTS/ COLORINETRY/ 117 Ru 1981 . _.-._ ~ tH .. .=~~-e. . ... . : JAROM/R R0ZlCIiA Ays~sELO NARALD HANSEN ! .~ . A ' drwism f4rwrwria ( 1M trrMird U.irersNS oI tk." f nMr'•kdt- ftwwuA . CHEMICAL ANALYSIS A SERIES OF MONQORAPHS O/d : .•_' t_l- ANALYTK'AL CHEMISTRY AND ITS APPLICATIONS VOLUME A2 ~~ . - 1 - Wwws .- t. J. ELVING J. D. WINEFORD~IER t~Unr t:aKNnu: 1. M. KOLTHO~r'l1I ~ .,._.~...--------- _ _ _--- _--- _ -•----
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Streeter, V. Y.. P:.tJtD twCLI.titZCS. 4th od. 1966 ..`- ' 705 Pages HcCraw-8i11 Naw York 0
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50329 8447 I Stearns, Re:d F Flow ,uensuremeat with orifice meters, by Re;d F. Strarn=. tand othersj New York, V1n \'ostrand [1351, xriit, SS0 p. titus. 2? ^m. (The Rcso aeries) Bibiiocraphy * p. 33T-340. 1. Flow rueters. 2. Strenm measurements. r. Title. TC177.Sjr^-~ 532.5 51-t17f;1~ Library of Congress --- // i's3x 10, I 0*200n02 492.2
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5r0329 9430 / .-P,6r4 of Mewo1 ~QTd ~ INDUSTRIAL RHEOL® GY iV ~ith particular reference to foods, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics _ P. SHERMAN. Unilever Research Laboratory Wehvyn, Hertfordslrire, England 4 n. o 2 4 9 4 S ~ i
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Steum Reid R ' h'lo.v mensurement.cith orifice meters, hr R?ici F.,Skar.ii; - tand otheta, New York, Van Nostrand 11951? Z"ll, a50 p lilns. 2? aL (17wr Ewo aertea ) &bltograDb7 t g. 88T-M L D4ow metees. 2 Strum measnrements. i. Tttle.
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L Ph7dat lnstsnments L Title. QCKS.fIB Holzbak, Werner G Listrnmenb for measurement and control. New York, Reinhold Pub. Corp.,18S6.
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. RJR T•RAnSLATIO:J Chromatographia 7(3) (March 1974) •. CIIROMATO(:RhPt:IC ANALY-,IS--GAS CItRODtATOGRAPHY/ 50329 8422 ... . F1.O4T CONTROL USIrG SPLT:LESS IDiJECTI02n ON CAPILLARY CaL"ft +f •.;.: (in German with com*+lete English Translation) By:..E. Schulte T. ; • :_! :. ,, t : v : •-(Inst. Lebensnittlechemie Unity., Bundesrepublik Deutschland) : •SUMMARY .;,;Splitless injection on capillaries has proved.to be advantageous for various reasons. For this kind of column installation an .._r improved f1oW control is described where in.temperature programmed . ; operation the full separating power of capillaries is utilized. .* 0 2 n eno2A89)
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50329 8qi 5 81 III Ral 8018 MF159 P 3 RANN N Senaun and Actuaton, 2(1981i82 3• 16 SENSOR ACTUATCR sevaer eryuufa S.A., susann - nu n The hvmel luuu- A-4 7PYROELECTRIC ANEMOMETERSD PREPARATION AN LOW VELOCiTY 11fEASURE11fENTS/ _.~.~~~~;~; ~:~ ' - •~.i ~ ~ lH . RAHNAAIAI and J. N. ZEMEI% .. • ~. ~ ~ J{ettt jor.Chem/col gIfgtrdnies,~bep,~rtment o/ FleNfical Fndnctfin~ dr Sci nce, Afoore School of Electrical Ensineerins, Univeraity of i'ennsylraniu, Phitodetphia. PA 19104 . (U.S.A.) (Received October 30, 1980; in revised form February 4,1981; accepted February 16, 3 0. A new class of pyroelectric anemometers is described based on a thin, narrow NiCr film heater and two symmetric electrodes simultaneously deposited on a thin s-cut LiTaOa 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 • fl w v loc Y. (- th ignal is zero. When the fluid does flow, the signal is 0;~ Q 0.0 pio11 t~Ul-~s expected and is proportional to the drive power squared. Flows as low as 1 cm/min in Nz have been measured.
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0 50329 8420 w --- ~- - -_.~-,-_ -- -- - - - • -. _; , -- . - • • ' • . ~ . ... , .. . ?b4 lewwal of Aslbme' R..a.rd. VeL t I,Us. 1, SePitmb.., 1974 . • . . • ~. ,/. $b T ' 8a R2 Fnt - 11e-&j AMMPT -NWAW- w. of -Tamt-uet4 ~' , . ... - 13iuto%'3L Cot:u, 11.D' ' ..:•. 7he :aterdependence of thc rc-rirston d• nauzics of the no:e ;tnd the io~r cr ~ . _~ airways has been ducumented berond' cavil i" 'NasaI airflow re=_i:tance is trr-:,aently abnormal in non-asthmatics as well. as asthmatic, ob=tvictive tita•:Iatotn di=order., predictabh alsravating the handicaps from the lower -%s:;.oit~^ .1Nprec:ation of the remiracor• fanction oi the no-e h;a 1 - ~ • '•-u;sn 1~ei~ .aa.eaed by the developmeut of reliable e,ectrunic apparstus . : to tiie detenaiii9nts of na,al patene~,~ and the changes produced by allergic, ' ` ia:ectiou: and tnrironmental iafluences, and by therapy9Although office ~ ecaiuation is a realitr,is the complvcity of technical factors limits routine ' . canical mea.urement. Recently, Ta.Ior and associates suggested that modifica- ' tion of oral peak flow meter techniques for nasal breathing could • ield accurat re ~ ' data.".Tbe availability of automated electronic respirator•• test instrumenta- ~ ldhidhiblfl fl idi ihi tiene to ts stui of te posse utility o nasaowncesn te examna- ~. . iiun of office padents. - 3Iateriais and Methods 2 4 8 9 ~ •.0 ' • ~ . ' • - ' ~
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50329 8429 f Soil Sci. Soc. Am. J.,Vo1.45,446-448(1981) 81 III Sc PI~L~~LECTIIR f1.OW ~ SLECTBODE. 3 W_ W'X*WC"-"Z11i11XATION, QF 4, ETHOD/ VERGAItAS• A~I 1~SCHt1tAD0, A1~D 4 Abstract Nitrate (NO.') la soil aturadon extracm wata determined by a flow lojection analysis (FIA) procedure and the results evaluated by comparing with the redudiondistillation and the Cd•reductioa methods. Results show that the FIA using a NO,-+pedtic ettd•windoK flow electrode designed by Rurklca and Hansen gave the same results as the other two methods. The range e[ applicatioa b[rom 03 to 100 p6/ml of NOs•N. The method It simple and rapid. More than 20 samples j hour can easily be determined. The FIA Is appropriate for soil e:- tracts and water analysis. The cwt of the equipment is low, which makes it attractive [or laboratories where finandal m sources are limitei Addtttowd Index ff'ordr& membrane elestrode. 0 2 l7 0 n n 4 Sch>flschVE. AT. Schitado, and I. t'er6ara. 1981. Flow injec- tion analysis of nitrate in soil extracts-etaiwtion of a nitnte- .eiecii+t flow electrode method. Soii ir; Soc Am. 7 43•436-448.
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50329 8428 0 ., . l" 80 III Hol NITROGEN --DETERMINATION/ Can. J. Plant Sci. 60".967-9(1980) i PfA1M HV,/ECf,tQP[ AMAtYSIl.4 - ADAP'L/1T100f TO A SMALL L.ABORATORY ~, N. W. HoTt . -- A flow injftlinn system was used to analyze plant material for total nitrolen and pM>.p6xua. A new. inexpensive sample injeaox wa% built which enabled the.y+tcm to be completely automateth Flow injection analysis (FIA) is a new concept in continuous flow analysis in which the sampk is rapidly injected into a continuous un.egmented stream of reagents and carried to a detector (Ruzicka and Hansen 1975). This system has been adapted for automation of a growing number of analytical procedures (Hanscn et al. 197tt). The required equipment is inexpensive, which makes FIA practical for researchers who perform a moderate number of analyses and who do not wish to contract out the work. One of the limitations of FIA as originally conceived was sampk injection. The original t~f" LtRla h[~ nnPM a"+T'_ 'I~ts evol t_ s n a a~ral% a sam le loop operated by magnetic valves and a rotary valve with the bore serving as sample container (Ruzicka and Hansen 197t(). This note describcs another xamplc injector which is fa.t, precise. inexpensive and ea%ily nutomatcd. It has been applied to FIA for total phosphorux (1') and ammonia-nitrogen (N) in sulfuric acid digests of plant material in the author's lahoratory and should be adaptable to other applications of FIA. The sample injector consists of two 4-way valves (90' porting) and connecting polyethylene tubing. One channel of a peristaltic pump is used to load the sample loop(Fig. la). After loading. valve I is turned 90° to confine the sampk (Fig. I b). 'To inject
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50329 8452 1 . ~ 549 8 Ilermans. J 3 ed. Flo:v prorerties of disperse systems. Amsterdnm, \orti,- Holland Pub. Co.; \'e.r York, Intersoienm I'ablishers,U153. xl, 445 p. tllus. 24 cno. (Deformation ar_Q Sow; monographs o,j the rtaeolusicai behaviour of natural and synthetic products) 1. Oollotds. 2. Itheolory. i. Title. it. Title: Disperse systezns. (Sertes) QD549.H48 .' ~'541.375 541.3452 54-] H1 Librarr of Congress ~~--~ t2ot .~..,~_ .~ ..-,... z, .~,._ -- f O~ n i! n- 0~'~ 9 2 T
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50329 $445 - ,. . !: - . Controlled Test Atmospheres Principles and Techniques Gary O. Nelson ... ~:._.. 0 2 0 ooQ2 4 92 0
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50329 8435 Fltiff L1eSi1umoa#.s, `a*.1. Q Jones, Ernest Beachcroft. Instrument technology. Londoa, Butterwort.hs Scienrti:i; J Yublications,1353- iv. 111us., dtagra. 26 cm. Bibilograpt,y : v. 1. p. 802,&:t3. Conttnra.-v. 1. Measurement of p:essure,levei, flow and tompcru- ture. L Engineering instruments. z. Title. DUchigan. Univ. Ltbr. ) for Llbrary of Congress c-i A 5l-4873 0~~4nnx'49t6
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