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50334 2503 . 1 - ~ TECF1y1CAL REPORY DATA /Plrose ~rod l,iururhtuis uq irrrltt' Grfuii' -1Z fbr rt~tnpfrfinltl 1. RFPORl N(1 ~ ~. PECIPIENT'8 ACCMa.1nNMQ, EPA-~150/3-75-0-a - i: TITLE ANU SUHTITLE 5. REPORT DATE A ril 1975 Photochemical Oxidant Modeling: Volume I - Techniques p Appl i cabl e to Hi ghway System Eval uati on. 8. PERFORM/NG ORGANIZATION C: 7. AUTHORIS) 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION h' F. A. Record, s,or~.~;~D. :,. Bryant, and , GCA-TR-75-11-G(la) A. H. Castaline 9. PERFORMING OR^•ANIIATION NAAtE AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. GCA Co•rpora ti on ' GCA/Technology Division - 11.CONTRACT/GRANTNO. Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 1. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD Environmental Protection Agency Final Office of Air and Waste Management 1e.SpONSORING AGENCY CODE Office of-Air Quality Planning and Standards Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27711 .~~ 15.6UPPEEMENTAO N O E O ~ ~ ~ t r
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50334 2507 DISSERTATI02dS--UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA/Pff:TALS--P.27ALYSIS/ QD 317 Pa 1975 ,_,_.__...-_~~....- - - _.._.__- ..-- --~-r-... _ ;. timistry, analytical ~. Xe•roy Unlvereity IYicrofilns, Am&-w.mkw4•n•a,oe i 76-1.1.980 jqtft, _7f':L~AQai~t'.~!$De~ !f:' PART I: SY;iTHESIS AtiD APPLICATION OF IOPI-EXCHANGE RESINS FOR TRACE METAL ANALYSIS USING X-RAY FLUORESCENCE. PART II: A SURFACE STI.'DY OF C08ALT-MOLYBDENA-AWMINA CATALYSTS i . USiNG X-RAY PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY (ESCA). l~ tntversity of Georgia, Ph.D., 1975 0 4 0 0 n 0 1~9 o ~ , ;~ ,
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50334 2510 TU WATER POLLUTIOi: CONTROL RESEARCH SERIES/ 897 Un ' 1971 ESTIMATING COSTS AND rLa.tiPC1WER REQUIREMENTS FOR PDDL CONVEIv'TIO:.AL k'AST34.ATER TREATMEEAT FACILITIES sso~ by -WrY L~ Pa; trTSOn.~.:e R. F. Banker Black & Veatch Consultit:g Engiaeers 1500 Meadow Lake Parkway Kansas City, Missouri 64114 for the Off ice of Research and Monitoring jY, S, ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY Project t`17090 DAN ~ • Contract #14-12-462 . October 1971 o.a0ooo 1 3 9 1 1
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' ~ 50334 2513 • l. .. _ . ......___ • INTERVIE[dS/SOCIAL SCIENCES--METHODOLOBY/ .. 62 Pa 1980 't PnnL 14-WH PATTON ~~'valuatio n'valuation r r Methods SAGE Publications Bcverly Hills London , 4o q ~ t p 4 0.0 t) 0 13 9 i 4 ,
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hM:Mes 7_7 S*p~ 30. At3TRACi /ca.uw. .n ........u. u w.c....7 .ne /a.nny y Als. w.w..y The new bilge waste collection and treatment system, which serves as the collector, transporter and gravity separator for ship's bilge waste, has been shown to be a suitable mediu•n for the appli• cation of chemical demulsiGcstion techniques. Chemical demulsification metl:ods n3e especially at(i~abte~or e,julsif~d a~ w~es which are reluctant to separate into their coti~citaent phues. Certain qustenary ammonium compounds have been shown to be highly eftccti~t demulsifiers over 0 0 of concentration and temperature In a series of laboratory tests. The demuts{fiers r ~. _---"- 50334 2501 NRL Memoraadum Report 3424 a. TITCL (rN 3rs/rt `.) OILS L. TYPE 0/ RLPORT fa PCRIOD COVERCD BREAKING+'Iy.1ULSIONS IN NAVY BILGE COLLECTfON Interim report on a continuing AND TREATMENT SYSTEMS N..L problem. . ' L. PCRPORM/NG ORG. RLPORT MyMtaER 1. AYTNOR(y 6• CONTRACT OR GRANT dyMtaCR(.) R.C. Little and R.L. Pattersoa ; NAVFAC ID No. N00025-75- WR-00114 (PD11-03) , t f. PLRF9RMING ONG.NI3ATION NAML ANO AOOREff 10. PR:GRAM CLCMLMT.IROJCCT. TAfK , ARLA • WORK uNIT NUMtrt~ fs Naval P.esearch Laborato rY i NRL Problem C02-20 ~ Washington, D.C. 20375 : ~ 5/. CONTROLLIN00/fICL NAML AND AODRLS! f3. RLPORT DATL Naval Facilities Engineering Command November 19?6 Washington, D.C. 22332 a. NuMOLR of PAacs . . . ....., . . »~»» , i Chemical demulsifiers j Pollution abatement I. Waste oil raft f
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Publi.hed a• a aeparate and in Tbc lourna( of Pfychofogy, 1969, TZ, 199-209. INTERSTRESSOR CONSISTENCY OF SUBJECT g,; : i I 80 I I E81 y- .~ S.p. ~~~`~i A. INTRODUCTION ' , ~" DIFFERENCES IN AUTONOMIC ACTIVITY• 1 U.S. Army Rriaarcb /Rititrte .j ERvironmeatat Mrdiciar, Natick, MaiiacAuiattl The purpose of this paper was to determine whether there are consistent differences among Ss in the character of their autonomic nervous system (ANS) response to varied thermal and psychological stresses. The prediction was made that, regardless of the exact ANS response pattern elicited by the stress (2), (a) Ss would respond consistently; that is, an S would exhibit a characteristic amount of sympathetic nervous system (SNS) activity in a par- ticular measure under a variety of stresses, and (b) individuals classed :s sympathetic (12) under rest conditions would display relatively more S\S activity in all autonomic measures during each stress than Ss characterized as parasympathetic. In terms of measures employed here, greater SNS activit, was indicated by increasing pulse rates, systolic blood pressures, palmar ski mnductances, and decreasing instep skin temperatures (5). 4 4"0 Q 0 0 13 9 8 ,
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1- 50334 2512 --&Z4., -r~e u,*°~l ti 71 f~ A r'°'' ~ I O~ ~ . F~~t~P .r~'~ t I `+e~i u~a t! ~ Ra~% _ ~j !''1 ~;~, . ~ t ~ t~ ~ ~.cJ'~ a . 4.ad p by JA~~~~1~xt ~1~xt~ Imperial Chemical Industries Limited OPe4oyjrlib:al(,)ncij'c,l`,mj Llibotta __ ._.._.... _..__.._..._. ...__..._._ 1
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~ 5 0334 2 504 ~ YECNNICAL REVORT DATA ~ ~. -r1 1 -r'j , (Pleose reed hvunrcriuns on the reverse before eornpletinZ) /, REPORT NO. 2. 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESStOMNO. . EPA-450/3-75-069-b q. TITLE AND SUBTITLE . • 5. REPORT DATE Photochemical Oxidant Modeling: Volume II = Detailed A ri1 1975 rechni cal Report. s. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE AU HO (S o~er..~., ,::Patterson; Michael T. Mills, Elaine P.V.:•lard 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. - , Cavid A. Bryant, Rebecca C. Galkiewicz, Frank Record • PERFORMING OR"ANI ZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. GCA Technolo Division gy NTRACT/G ANT Burl i ngtor. Road . . Bedford, Massachusetts 01730 ,• ~ . 68-02-1376 - +. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS ' 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED i t l P A Fi nal ronmen Env a rotection gency ' 14.SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Office of Air and Waste Management - Office of Air ualit Plannir and Standards Q Y 9 } ~T . r _r73r e 5. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES • 0 4 ~ o 0 a r 3 9 0 5 6. ABST RACT • i
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! 50334 2521 e . I . V. . ••: ~ ~`,r .. I TP 949 Pa 1979 -~ : ARCHER I r '.....i.- PAtNT, itLOW AND v'PiGMENT DISPERSION A Rhg6logical Approach to Coating andVhk Technology Second Edition A Mift.y-trnterictsnc* Pupqcatioe dONN WILEY i SONS. N.w Yak 0 ChiNrst.r o Yriabui. 0 Teran* . 0 4 o p o o~3 9 2 2• ---..- - -- •-.--r~ ; -- . ~ . , , t ;'~
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TP 715 Pa I1l..F. GJ.i3Y 1.4. ~:~.r~L•l:FLa 1f.J ~:tKL/V* }I:.v cta t.~-m, PrKa, :'.~alp::.xc, Ftoamne I ;1;,F• 302 1'<<gco zattertsan FOALiplaZki. Co., sva. Ghiar_'ra 0400 ~-C) 1 3 9pq I , : _
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\ re IMPEDANCE CARDIOGRAPHY AS A NONINVASIVE METHOD OF MONITORING CARDIAC FUNCTION AND OTHER PARAMETERS OF THE CARDIOVASCULAR SYSTEM• , W. 0. Kubicek, Ph.D:; j., a_te""'rsoi~M.E.E., and D. A. Witsoe, M.E.E. Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, College of Medical Scknces, University oJ Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minn. . passical physiology texts describe the basic function of the heart as a b1m pump. Ironically, after centuries of research since William Harvey's disclosure o the nature of the circulatory system,l the pumping action of the heart remains ar elusive parameter to measure without resorting to inconvenient, expensive, anc somewhat traumatic procedures requiring sterile surgery to insert catheters inti or near the heart. At the same time, relatively simple, noninvasive methods an available to record other parameters related to myocardial function such a electrical activity, pulse rate, and blood pressure. Obviously, a great need exist for a similarly simple noninvasive method of obtaining information concerninj the mechanical activity of the heart. About 300 years elapsed following Harvey's classic experiment before Atzlr and Lehmann attempted to utilize small transthoracic electrical impedanct changes observed during the cardiac cycle to study myocardial function by a capacitance system = Nyoboer and co-workers3•4 and otherss later modified anc improved on this work. Geddes and Baker have published an excellent review o' the use of electrical impedance measurements in the detection of a variety o: physiological events! 0 4 0 0 0 0 13 9 0 7 , l i f
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50334 2528 ~:.. .. ..., QH 211 Pa 1974 MICROSCOPES AND MICROSCOPY/ Polarized-light microscopy Principles, Instruments, applications 2nd edition ~. . . , _ .~ ERNST LEITZ WETZLAR GMBH '3 .-~ _ .,r.,.,...,..-----.. _ 04000i0 1 3 -929
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7n- . 78 III Re V • THE FORMATION Oh' ZiALTOL• IN CERTAIN • ~. CARIiOIIYDRaTF~GLYCI\'E SYSTE11St sg~u."'~"~'arro.~ w.:.~ r (Pro~n the DeparlAns~ of Dairy llusbandry, Pennsyloania Aprieullural EzDeriment /111 Stalion, Sta(e College) , . (Received for publicatioo, November 7,1049) The molecular constitution of maltol, which has beei: proved by Pera- toner and Tamburello (8), is as follows: q . 0 0 ~ a a SQ /\ C-/~ V ~ HV V //~\~~ -0_ ~ VH HC IL-C-CHs HC C-CH, O 0 ! , -0.- 4 . o 0 0A h7 This compound occurs naturally in the bark and needles of certain conifers (4, 12). It is also formed during the pyrolysis of such materials as malt, cellulose, starch, and wood (2, 3, 5). It has been stated that maltol is a growth inhibitor (11). Sherman (10) bas noted that baked cereals and bread crust give qualitative tests for maltol. Aiore recently, it has been shown that maltol is formed by alkaline degradation of streptomycin (9) and during the prolonged heat treatment of milk (7). • In a previous investigation concerning maltol formation in heated milk, 1a;Jose ~as own to be the origin of the compound. It ~cas observed furiber at ascin or simply the amino acid, glycine, was capable of con• I y rtino emn11 e-n1r•tifiPa nf hrfren tm m-nl nl _rl[uler_the_irt_lluence nf hP1t. W
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-: 50334 2522 ` -RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK T 55 In T 55 In 1978 Archer Ref. T 55 In Clayton,G.D~.;Clayton,F.E.; . •..,.+ .. 9.- ~~ ~~. ~t_. ,... ,...,.-.:., .. . .. ; NDU~TRIA -~~: HYGIEN~, AND TOXICOLOGY.~ ,~.. .. 2nd rev. ed. (1963) - Vol. 1(Ref. T 55 In); Vol, 2 (3 c. - 1 c. Ref. T 55 In, 22 c. T 55 In. 3rd rev. ed~ - Vol. 1 (2 c. ) (1 c. Archer; i c. Ref. T 55 In); Vol. 2A (2 c.) (1 c. T 55 In; I c. Ref. T 55 In); Vol. 2B (2 c.) (1 c. T 55 In; 1 c. Ref. T 55 in); Vol. 2C (1 c.) (T 55 In); Vol. 3 (1 c.) (Ref. T 55 In) John Wiley & Sons.New York, NY.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1637 04000013 .923
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~~ 5033Y 2523 55 In 3c va •. 'f 1 11 iY '* J iY'*J TvXL..)'~•Xi'io. ~~ x4b a~ 2ad r: Y. c:a. ~~ea~Sf t~crs A:~.+ Yar:~ , ! 7"n ~ 4 n A ~ o:. 13 9 2 4 r I /
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~• 50334 2509 - YI Re •81 $ .P.g d. .)f ~' n- c ,- 94 SCRA Almrscl; ' j. . 0 4 0 0 n 0 5~ l~Nitrite in numan t'aliva C.T. Nahner, ~ Tdtteifote. R.J. Cook,'t.A. Johnson, ~ 8. qittal, D.J. Mwer, D.e. Olive,'C. Saunders, J.L. Sollender, M. .".0a1a, and S. vest. Carson Newman ColleRe, Jeff.rsnn City, T11 37760 and Eluefield Co11eRe, Dluefield, VA 24605. If nitrite in saliva can contribute to the production of cancer, the level of nitrite is youthe of high school and college yee is is- portant. A.ean concentration of 3.8 Tim (as NaN0z) in 123 sa.q+les taken 3 hours after lunch fro. 13 students at Maynardville 8ith School fell between the j* pp. for 78 individ- uals at valters State Coswunity College and 6* ~for 20 high school stu4ents at Carsoa-nevsan College in 1978 who Rave sarcples an hour after lunch. In 1979, a group of 33 hir.h school students from 18 states and Puerto Pico who ate at the Carson-Newnan Collere cafeteria Rave sasiples before and after lunch and dinner . on two successive days. The averair' of the eight sawples per person was 6.6 pp.. vhile the .edian Defore-ercal readini was only 4.4 pp.. Of 312 saoples, all 34 that contained less then 1 pp. were taken before neals and ali 13 that contained 20 rla or wore were taken after seals. ditrite in rreen ven- taDles was a suspect reaon e er- a. 0
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} 50334 2524 ~~. .... _ , , . -g1sj.. Z.i1•t u., .`Nr,` wr~. .'iax; ecl2 • 3((p' (0 6 ( - 9 I O-1`t s) 40 Bacillus subtilis; A Sensitive Bioassay for by J. Rstss + Mikro6ioloFischcs Laboratorium Gralramliaas Studt K.G. 6SS Bad hreu.nads, West Gcrmany SUMMARY ~ e1OL-113 v.--- ---:~- 3~ The inhibition of the germination of Bacillus subtilis spores by patulin provides a sensitive and simple technique for the microbiological detection of this mycotoxin. The paper disc assay procedure is performed in standardized plastic plates containing agar and spores. Significant inhibition xas obtained xith as little as 1jug patulin. 1 I r ~ ;f+~
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XX rfeF-E-4* 50334 2520 2.-TI3IOBARLITUI:IC ACID AS A RI::'1GE1T FOR DETECTING ) DIILIi FAT U :ID:1Tl0\` . ". ; ' ' JOU ~. DAIRY SCfET~CE ~b ~~~53}~~QZ74 °'~4 42:'J Department of Dairy IluabeRdry, The Penasyivania d9rittiUarai Ezperiment Station, ~ ~ State Caik9e . ; . . . . ; Kohn and Livcrsedoe (3) observed that various animal tissues after incuba- - ~ tion under acrcbic conditiuus, produce coinpou.nd(s) .cbich give a color reaction i Rhen heated iti•ith thiobarbituric acid (TBA). Althc,u.oh they did not demon- +, strate the nature of the color producino compound(s), their research established . i i the absorption spectrum of the color complex and certain chemical characteristics . of the color reaction. Research by Bernheim et ai. (2) revealed that the color- producing ; prodacina materials in carious animal tissues are lipid and, more speciScally, ' that eoa lecithin or fatty acids isolated from it, brain leci:hin, fatty acids from , liziseed oil, cephalin and brain protein-lecithin complex give colors with TBA ' :fbi ibibifh f ater aerocncuaton. The asorpton spectra o te colors obtainedrom ~ ; these materials were shown to be identical with that described by 7iohn and l Li.•ersedoe and that obtained with linulenic acid. Morse recently Wilbur et al. ~ (5) have further explored the TBA color reaction with regard to certain sugars j and aldehydes, as well as the oxidation prodncts of lino7enic and certain otbcr I . -----------~--.-~-.--- _-_._ . ... . . - - •-. .. • -----. - - . -~ --- . . _ - : - - ~. . 11 0 4 0 0 0 0 I 3 9?. I i :
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50334 2519 ~ ~.:.. ~ '~ . j---_ _ Qp a~, ,E. l,~A~C.~ Ru Neuroph3•siology (byi Theodore C. Ruch tand othersj 2d ed. Philadetplua. Saunders, 1965. iiv 538 p. il!ua. 27 cm. , Ruch, lheaclose Cednc, 1~t>- "Reprtnted from phyalology and biophysics, 19tb editiun of IIowell- Fulton Textbook of physiology. Edited by Theodore C. Auch ... and Harry D. Yatton;" Include* b1blSograpLiea. 1. Nervous systeus. r. Title. QP355.R8 1965 612.8 65-25647 Library of Congress C) 17-11 -. "•X~-w..---~~ ~ . . . ~. ...-.:-~.>--„ . - -- -.-~;r"--•:-.c•.,.~...:~v;!,~~~.,r-...~-...~ . . . ; '~~ ` . , .. i 4 4 0 0 fl 0 i 3 9?.,0 , r
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~ 50334 2515 y MeA 3 5 Gray, Uduard Leb 2'3:YG.. Tr OF ?'H8 CYl!'•.F.'S GI' 1:11'I'~'3~~ :. II. :txi. [Tr.r...1 ~n 1'4I:~+~Th ti'.~.L )~~J), r. ••,~.~. nY A W'dIT::' ii.~ti:~,~ +l.LS~~ b}tf ~~b} a wd Leb Cra+y , ~`Z'Fi«:GZ$ }{• l'cet'.t.CI?.1, J.*.F«ilC'.v i7 . '%idb.-.,, r . C= Es ar_c~ tz:~ t.ap].an ! r: h. Xud. Hyg. OCcupr.tiOns1 Z:n3. 3.0 4Itj--h22 (1g5/i) '?t •T?: +, .*• p- ."' ,.,- . ,_. 3 9 1 6 i
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~9. ' . FOOD--COMPOSITION/ 1 50334 2530 4 Great Britain Medical Research Council Special Report No. 297/ TP McCance and Widdowson's 3Pa 1978 The Composition of Foods Fourth revised and extended edition of MRC Special Report No 297 ByAPON-OA&W and D. A. T. Southgate Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries & Fand, Medical Research Council London HER MAJESTY'S STATIONERY OFFICE .) I'' Amsterdam New York Oxford 0 40 ~~ a.: 9ELEVEt/NORTIi-110LLAND F3IOMEDICAL PRESS I
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50334 2531 ~I~ ~.. .. :. _ . Re Y! 2 (1968) WNWNAVI t9'W{'>CMURIt:C Ift.TTOXiFIBD CAS BY TrIU Giti ~-Gi:GI F.uC'B"SS, by Cl.mudo Paul sud 3aaquos BouL•{u Cc:.:.}~L- •• Aeud• ~fongY. ~~ InW• VR~Iw fi-, l~il4"IJ %:.i:i't - . . . 4' ... . .~,"!.lw1!^!~Re r`P!~!"!~+'RI 0 4 n 0 n a 1 3 9 1 2
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TS 2240 Pa A ~,~~.TO -)L~tI~T S: iOt:ItiCy ••!7tT1i0UT CAYtiING 1970 :50 o rw~ ~3 Cnrlton Prc~~~, Ir;c. ac:;; Y,-P-,k 6 50334 2538 ~ 4 n 0 ~ 0 f 3 9 3_•9
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50334. 252'I ' ANNALES ~ ~ UNIVERSITATIS MARIAE CURIE-SK-1:ODOWS:iA VOL. XXllf, 12 LUBLIN--POLONIA SECTIO DD f-,,P, i,3-Y,1,11 1963 Z Katedry rtzJologli 2tvicrzqt Wydziatu WcterynarAnego WSR w Lublinie Kterow•naL: prof. dr btarian Pvta%+ Zachowanie sN I.rwinck czcmonych i bialych w krwi obiwodowej kroiilca po Icurnaryr.ic no9ejteHtle KpaCFm1X ft Gt'7bIX KPOBAHbiX 4e11Cij D r)ept14)el)tt4ecKotf KpoDft .. y Spofl{1Koa noGle iffrbeKljlitt Ay:•iapi(Ha II CoAl-78 / S. Pe r The Behaviour of Erythrocytes and Leukocytes in the Peripheral Blood of the Rabbit after Coumarin Administration Kutnaryna t jej pochodne maj1 wieloraki wplyw na organizln z«•ie- rzqcia. W wiozkszym lub mniejszylu stopniu dzialajal spaz:lIolitycznie.•, moczopqdnie lub uspolrtjaJ1co, lnog<I zwalniac procrsy metaboliczne Zwrbcono r6wnicz ttwat;q na koriystne.dzialanie kutnaryny .%. hro- ceSatch zapIn3~h i~~rc~ych (5), 6), co'byc moi.(- ~~~irizc ::i4 z jc•j ~~•I~l) v:cm 0 Q(] _ 0 O n0icl~cln' i!: nr o krwi, sxCz~~gilInie zas na kr~t~inl:i bia3e. lln~..nh..nn......... -7w.... .. _ ....-.. • .. • • ~ f
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. ~ . . ' 76 I Ma-e-0 MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ~cr Prcxaq= %W= oNOot== a; = lmnm w . E. L. Radin, D. R, Eyrt, R. B. Otz, J. and R. M. AWe ; Departments of Medm9.ca1 Eh9ir~eerin4, and Materials Sc.i,etoe and F~gineeriryg 1 . , ' . ' INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM ~ i , DtSTRlBIJTED FOR INTERNAL USE BY ,' ~ MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY. + MAY NOT BE REPRQDUCED. . . A. 0/ 3 9~3,4L--; i • . . +
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CHEMISTRY, `ORGA:dIC--NUCLCAR MhGNI:TIC F'.ESOadANCE SPECTRaSCOPY/`~. ~^y50334 2529 SYECT.KCSCOPY--0F~ tJ:IC CiiEMISTP.Y/ QC ALLYN Ar:l: BC.CO.: cltErtlsrr:Y SERIES (Consulting editor•:Daryle lI. Busch & 451 Pa Harrison_ Shull) , 1971 NUCLEAR N~~AGNECI.C RESONANCE .; . W?wtwalot • QHIO UcaYF-FS[7Y ' ~ I ALLYN AAI7) rACON, INC. . . BOSTON 0 4~ 40 0 t~ 9 3 Q r i I .~''
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50334 253+t `'tdATER--POLLUTION/ TD 897' Wh 1977 ' .; • ' THE DISTRIBUTION OF TOXIC~ ALS IN MARINE ECOSYSTEMS ' UIiC-WRRI-77_123 .AS A RESULT 0F VSEWAGE DISPOSAL . • i AND NATURAL PROCESSES ~ , . by •. Patrick J. Whaling, Richard T. Barber, and ~'acqiie1Tn C'y`Pau1~~~= ~A Duke University Marine Laboratory I Beaufort. North Carolina 28516 ., • The work upon which this publication is based was supported in part by funds provided by the Office of Water*Research and Technology of the U.S. Department of the In rior, as authorized under the.Water Resources Research Act of 64, as amended, the ~71Water Resources Research Institute of Theiniversity of North 'Carolina, and by Duke University. p....i 3_~9 3 Project No. B-071-NC Agreement No. 14-31-0001-411 Dscember 1976 ,
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50334 -2532 ., . 'JACOB LOKE. t1JMJFJJWJ AND .JAMES V IRGULTO ~ ./- l Pulmonary Section Yale lJniversity School of Medicine r' 8176 MC879 P 37-W1 ~ New Haven, Connecticut 06510 U.S.A. LOKE J J COMBUST TOX ICOL V&6.) IXWh-81 k1m 1 i S. P. ISMOKE EXPOSURE CHAMBER AND BRONCHOALVEOLAR LAVAGE AS A METHOD FOR THE EVALUATION OF P ~ TOXICITY OF PYROLYSIS AND COMBUSTION ~ PRODUCTS IN LABORATORY ANIMALS/ ~~Lf ~ • ABSTRACT: We constructed a smoke exposure chamber for evaluating the ~ toxicities of pyrolysis and combustion products in laboratory animals fol- lowing the guidelines proposed by the Committee on Fire Toxicology of ~ obtained and indicated by measuring the blood carboxyhemoglobin level (COHb) of rabbits placed in the chamber. The technique of broncho- Mvedar lavage was used for assessment of lung injury in rabbits caused by I . products of pyrolysis of Douglas fir yuood. Further studies can be per- ~J( formed on the cellular and biochemical aspects of the bronchoatveolar r{, lavage fluids to evaluate the effect on the lungs of products of pyrolysis an+d combustion of various types of materials. the National Academy of Sciences. In our study, different degrees of smoke inhalation of the pyrolysis products of Douglas fir wood were \ Qq'00~4t393 ~ I
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{ 50334 2505 $o.Sz - 81 . . Development and Eval uation 6f an Im pedance 80 11 Ey-8, Cardiac Output System S.P. W. C. Kvsicer:, PH.D., J. N. KmmECis, M.D.e`~:'~WE~o%3M.S.E.E., D. A. WrisoE, M.S.E.E., and R. H. MA•rrsor, PH.D. ~ A four electrode impedance plethysmographic system was with metallic bands in the positions described abovc developed which apparently monitors right heart ventricular illustrates the positions of the eleetrodes. Figure 1. Fot output. Two band electrodes were placed around the sub- use in this study, the electrodes were made by wrappinF ject's neck, a third band around the thorax at the level of the xiphisternal joint, and the fourth around the abdomen. 4 mm. wide tinned copper braid shielding with a con- The upper neck electrode and abdomen electrode were_ex-.. ._ duetive cloth (Velcro Hi-Meg conductive pile V-22-11• cited by a 100 kHs constant sinusoidal current and the re- WZ) and then sewing the electrodes on Velcro pile foi sultant voltage (impedance) changes occurring with the car- a backing. The electrodes were fastened together usinf diac cycle were monitored from the inner two electrodes. Stroke Velcro number 80 hook material. Both neck eleetrode: volume was calculated from the impedance change intormatioa le 2 inch backin d each elea using a formula relating impedance changes to volume changes were sewn on a sin$ $ an in a conducting solid. A comparison study with simultaneous trode used around the abdomen was sewn_ on a 1 inet impedance and dye dilution measurements under rest and exer- backing. cise conditions was carried out on 10 healthy young adult . The outer two electrodes were connected to a eon• males. Preliminary results indicate that the impedance method . redicts tive cha es raci i ear ac o~ c~u~, wity~ an stant current source providing 6 ma 100 kHz sinusoida' accnncr ~-t'~ pe~cerdwit~95~er cnt oo~6de7ce. V_-6 current. The inner_ twoeleetrodes were-eonneeted to A
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~ 2mWama / l.1::f:1:Vta1l.V1~ !:'ll,:J f:'~ aV l•-ii J1:L , .. .. .... . • Edited by and MLLN II. PALMER john Wiley & Sons, Inc. New York • London • Sydney • Torento 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 3 9 4 0
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0334,2536 `~ • . . : . +w jt au Maerz, Aloys John, 1855- .AA dictionary of colur, by A. liaerz tnndj ,lf. Rc1 Paul. 2d ed. \ew 1'ork, llcGraw-Iiil1,1950. vll, 208 p. 56 col. plates. 30 cm. 131Gliobraphy : p. 20-23. 1. Culvrs. 2. Color. r. Paul, \Iorris Itea, 1SY- j;dut author. ir. TiUc. QG1J5.\I25 1950 ('"~ 535.6 50-11-1-1-f Library of Congress ~~~ 15°u:,, ---~.-. ......~...i....., ;r+ s-_,~ _.._... _~y,,....„....~...--... .~. ......-..re---•-w--~',..xn-..-..-...-~.~.. ..-..w»~.. ;~--y 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 9 3 Y , f
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{ 50334 2526 49. II Me-75 S.p• Jour. Atqer. Soc. 11ort. Sci: 99(3)262-65(1974) . Patul>;ii froin PciTicilliiMt expansum in - r Stone Fruits and PearsVi' J. R Btichanan, N. F. Somm=r, R J. Fortlage, E. C. Alaxie, F. G. Mitchell2 ' and D. P. H. lisieh3 Unlvenity of Califorrrtq Davis Abstract. Concentrations of patulin in blue mold lesions caused by Pen/cllliurn erpanrur» l.k- ex Thom in pears and stone fruits were similar to those reportcd for apples. Of fruits tested, only the plum was a poor substrate for accumulation of the mycotoxin. The total patulin within disease lesions increascd as the lesions entarged. itowever, the concentration of patulin varied eonsidenbly, with the largrst lesions usually -37a yielding the lowest concentrations. Little or no patulin permeated healthy tissue surrounding the disease lesions unless fruits were overripe or had senescent breakdown. Penfcr7lium expansum Uc. ex Thom, which can grow at t]oC, ir eommooly the most important storage rot organism of apples tnd eauses significant losses of pear fruits (1S). It is orte of the most important diseases of sweet cherries in markets, p3rGcularly in fruits exposed to cool moist conditions in the orchard before harvest (7). Losses of plums due to this disease are common during marketir.g, and apricots, peaches, and txctarines may be attacked during prolonged low•temperature !lteaired for publication Norember 2, 197L =Department of Pomolo(!y. 3tY.partment of Environmental Toxieoloay. ! - U 262 0 0_.q....0 .._' ._3 9_- 2-J ~jy , d~~~ati~"~'.- ~` /~~ /~- ~ stonge. In both culture media and in apples, PA expannnrr has bel?-<q shown to produce the antibiotic patulin (4drydrox}•-til•fu .r 1 (3.2{)pyran-2(6H)ene) (2. 8, 19). Patulin has been shol n~ to be phytotoxic in that its production by the funl n' growing in old roots has been associated with replant pro a-) lems of apple trees (1). Similarly, its presence in old str w ltas eavsed poor seedling growth of cereals (13, 14). Fatul a, ~ also, has been demonstrated to be a mycotcxin acutely toxic •0 1 animals (3, 12) and earcinooenic to rats when iu:jectrc' 1 subcutaneously (4). The possibility of chronic effects of patui4n I endows the blue mold disease with added importar.e.l, particularly In processed products (6). Normal process+ng 1t r .
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Add 71 III Du I/ j,auj6,trgW# 2, 50334 2543 s ~ ~ ; 1 S.P. ACTION llSS YYDIUC.AMBIfRES G11T.OROFLUORES L*TILISLS Bc.ltS LL•'S ALROSOt..S-- Pr.O:'3Li:":ES DF. LEUR RiataMON PAR I.'0R.Cf:NI'.'4E APRBS I:a:h,LgTZON (Action of Chlorofiuora tipdrocarboas Uscd in Aerosols - Problc=o of Rctent±on by nrgauisus f:ftor Inha7tation) Geut. Iie1~;c Etc;de Coc. Ea1x 23 (1:o. 324) 4t37-~457 (3lovenuber 1970) In Frr_•".nch , -. .,..--~...~..+.+~.. ...z~y.. ~.. 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 39 4 4
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L 50334 2537. GENETICS--CANCF.R/NEOPLASMS--FAMILIAL AND GENETIC--CONGRESSES/ CANCER--ETIOLOCY/ The National Foundation - March of Dimes 'Birth Defects: Original Article Series Volume XII, Number 1, 1976 RC 262 Be 1976 CANCE111"I" AND GENETICS The 1975 BIRTH DEFECTS CONFERENCE Held at Kansas City, Missouri Sponsored by the University of Kansas Medical Center College of Health Sciences and Hospital and The National Foundation - March of Dimes Edltor: Daniel 13ergsma, M.D., Vice President for Professional Education, The National Foundation Assoeiate Edltors: R. Neil Schimke, M.D., Departments of Medicine and pediatrics, University of Kansas Medical Center, Kansas City, 1Cansas • Robert L. Summitt, IN1.D., Department of Pediatrics, ~• University of Tennessee, Memphis, Tennessee # David J. Harris, M.D., Department of Pediatrics, , Children's Mercy Hospital, Kansas City, Missouri Assistant Edltor: 141122 M'TWofhe National Foundation ALAN R. LISS, INC., NEW YORK, N. Y. 0'I~i 3938 , , ,
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~ 50334 2544 III Du2-76 S.P. r C R Soc. Biol. 169(3)663-671(1975) ACTION OF DIFLUORODICHLOI20METHANE (F12) AND MONOFLUOROTRICHLOROAfCTHANF (F11) ON MUSCLE TISSUES (RATS AND RABBITS) ~ Scance du 19 avril Action des fluorocarbones 12 (difluorodichlorom6tane) et 11 (monofluorotrichlorometane) sur la musculature lisse. Societe de Biologie de Rennes. PF-it;~acodYnamie. par M14'ADTR-r'et Y. LESSARD. Laboraloire de PhOsiologic medica!e, Faralte de :licdecine, avenue du Projesseur Leon Bernard, 35043 Rennes. Summary. - We have studied the action of ditluorodichloro- methane (F,_) and tnonofluorotrichloromethane (F„) on the rat isolated uterine muscle and the rabbit isolated duodenum. Both gases In the nutritive solution alter the functioning of these organs in a way -which is, moreover, non identical. On the uterus both gases show an inhibitory effect against the 'apontaneous contractions. On the duodenum, both gases inhibit the phasic contractions but the basal tonus is strongly increased by F,:, and on the contrary reduced by F,,. The action is a musculotrop one and quite reversible in every case. Both gases do not modify the action of acetylcholin, epinephrin and histamin. 0 4o, 0 0 0 1 3 9 4 5' I 1975. f• I i ,
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5033q 2549 -,.Z Arch. Mal. Prof., 20(3):101-120, 1969 S p. ` Combined Faculty of 'Medicine and Pharmacy, 16 Laennec Boulevard, Rennes R-35, France ,ON TIIE RETEN TION OF FREONS (1) IN THE LUNG AND IN THE AIRWAYS W- ~ Study carried out in man and in animals (2) ~ By ;auletj<:G!~, R. Chevrier, J. Paulet, M. Duchene and J. Chappet 0 S / I
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f 50334 2551 ~~~-?~. Arch. Mal. Prof., U(3) :101-120, 1969 5.A Combined Faculty of :1ledicine and Pharmacy, 16 Laennec Boulevard, Rennes R-35, France ,ON THE RETENTION OF FREONS (1) (~~ ) IN THE LUNG AND IN THE AIRWAYS ~ Study carried out in man and in animals (2) By aulet, G., R. Chevrier~~Paulet# M. Duchene and J. Chappet
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78 III Pa z- FILTERS & 'FILTRATION/CASES--FILTRATION/ l L. L5_(5) •.2 .; e/ _ 50334 2535 1 Mass filter studies -of gases in a 90-liter getter-ion vacuum system - recelved U$A, 27 January 1954; accepted 3 March 1965 , . . . ~'1t1'iif ~~~; ifNlVAC, Division of Sperry Rand Corporation, St Paul, Minnesota, USA The basic residual gases present in a 90-liter titanium getter-ion vacuum system operating under different conditions are determined with the aid of a quadrupole-field mass filter. Mass spectra of gases in the system during successive temperature increases o f molybdenum and tungsten filament heaters over a temperature range from 25°C to 1050"C for molybdenum and 25°C lo 1250°C for tungsten are presented. Possible sources of the gases are discussed primarily in terms of oulgassing characteristics of materials and interaction between gases and the surfaces on which they impinge. Fragments resulting from the introduction of solvents commonly used in cleaning vacuum hardware (acetone and isopropyl alcohol) are presented. Results show that major residual gases present in the getter-ion system are carbon monoxide, nitrogen, argon, hydrogen, . methane, and water vapor, with lhe:r order of prominence variable depending upon conditions. The Introduction of hot tungsten or molybdenum filament l: eaters does not alter the gas profile appreciably until ; their surface temperatures reach about 1000°C, at which point outgassing from surrounding surfaces becomes appreciable. Carbon dioxide, carbon, and a host of hydrocarbons then play increasingly important roles. When acetone and Isopropyl alcohol are fntroducPd intn Ihp var::::.» colefe•„ ... - ~~-- 0 4 0 0 6 0.1 3 93 6 4 , ;~
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IX Pa ~` Ai'PARt aJR Wi4 ;~'::C::ANiSCiiia: A}?HA(3C:ii.'j~~ V'J~l 7.iCAtt: Tix :?. (an upparstu: for thc meci2anical amo!:3.n;f of ciCor°i:- LJSO ) . t~.,it^che L., ~ .i'ct..lrFiundschau 3.960 (ho, 2 ) ~;5~.lj6 . ~.. ~rcr,.s, ~ y ,_ (';;,rC) -Photcstato 0400n 0 1 395~5 t i
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Arch. 2•:al. Prof. 28 (196>7)!:64-469 50334 2548 ~ . ... A dd .,/ NM7'04 TER-i CHRC4+IC 3'O?CICrrt OF 'tVO hYDROCI:FiONS : R11 and R 12 z by ~ 0~:~°Paulet, S. Desbrousses and J. 8orais CONCLUSIONS Wistar rats were exposed for 3 hours per day, during 30 consecutive days, to Forane (a mixture made of equal.parts of R11-Traonofluorotrichloro- methane and R12-difluorodichloromethane) in concentrations of 500, 1,000 and 2 ,000 parts per million (ppm). Swiss mice were exposed only to a concentra- tion of 2,000 ppn of Forane. a
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50334 2559 _ ~.. ,~..,.~. __b...,._.,.,.... - 73 1 T: iill A*iFRTCAN Cf1E*fiCAL SOCTF.TY/ "Men and 'tolecules" .ii ~;I'C'T):D SCT):NTIST. R~«i: .:;,i=ric^n Chcmical Societv radio series, Tape No. 366, Side 1, 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 3 9 b A f
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50334 2553 ... ---- - . a . Modolites de I'dlimination par I'air expirtt du fluorane I I inhald. L I I Duz-$0 fludc chez I'hommc et chcz 1'onimal. S. P. Par'W-PMMt R. CHEVRIER (Rennes.) Cette Etudc est lc cmnpicmcnt 1ot;iqnc de 1'i•tudc que nous n.ons tzdte avec les lluoranes 12 et 114 (Les ircons inhalcs sous unc tormc dilui•c sontrils rctenus par les pounions et les voles adricnncc?). Nous uvions alors suphosc quc lc finor.mc 11 dcvnit se comportcr commc ses hnmolotiues F 12 et T 114. Ccpt•ndant, son point iI'i•bidlilion i'lcW (2:i•7) lwu«iit laisscr pcrsistcr dcs doutes A cc sujet. ll esl donc apparn nWecsaire d'eutrcprcndro eetle ttude sprcialeuuent consnercu an t7uorane 11. ELIMINATION OF INHALED FLUORAPlE 11 IN EXPIRED AIR BY HUMANS AND ANIMALS. ,-- 040.00o I 3954 , f ., ;'~
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• _50334 254 7 t . . .. ,. : .. • • . Ldichlorot "trafl or-octhanc (1) ~ ~ yz.C, Za .~• ,~c: ~ . `(~ ~MtQ2~L, C~iL,,N !C/~(,, Toa•icite aiguc ct chroniquc A inoyen'tc me. ~ Par J" et S. DESBROUSSES (Rennes). ,, . . Le dichlorot6tratluorodthane porte dans la sErie des carbures chloroAoioi•ds le numero 11•1 et nous lc nommerons : iluoranc 114 ou F 114. Posscdant les proprictcs gEnErales des fluoranes, son point d'dUullition relatire- incnt cicvd (+ 3,G0C) ]c rend particulicrement intCressant pour la production locale lu froid (ou il pourrait remPlaccr le chlorure d'cthyle) et comme pulseur d'adrosol. Le F 11-i existe sous deux formes qui ont des propridtds toxicoloaiques symd- riqucs c F= CI C - C Cl F„ asymctriquc : F, C-- C CI, F, extrimeuicnt volsines. La loxicitd pour ]e chien et le cobaye a Ctd reehere)•A- ~-- "' 'alty : 200 000 nniv• - 0 4 3 9 4 ~ . a i t
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=~ 50334 2557 ~ 34 5 ~ Ltbrary of Coneress V ~~ _ ~~~~~ ~.~ olecu~%r structnre and biolonical specificity; a sym- posium sponsored by the Office of Naval Research nnd arranged by the American Institute of Biological Sciences, held in 11'ashincyton, D. C., October 2S, 29,1955. Edited by Linus Pauling and IIarve,y A. Itano. 'Washington, Anieri- can Institute of Biological Sciences, 1957. 105 p. Ilius. 24 cm. (American Institute of Iilologicsel Sciences. Publicution no. 2) Includes bibliographies. 1. Biological chemistry-Congresses. i. Itano. Iiarvey A., joint ed. sn. Title. III. Title: Biological slxrcificits. (Series) ,1II315.P3 ~~ 674.19082 57-1100# `._• , , 1 201 f
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{ 50334 2555 QD 75 Wi 1981 - wltroo.ne 1VD.our COMPRF7iDVSIYE ANALY7ICAL CliFMtSTRY wmw 4 a. evEHI.A. PH.n., a.eC., Ps.LC. i.. Q..af u~ls.n/q el..qrf VUlME )CI A 8ob8.da a[ Maoopmplr m 7L~rmd A.d* pI4NALY5IS YKVK WETDLAPDT (AD4ISQRYEDfTUR DEPoVATDGRAPH Br,lMUUx Aw: mAxvaR .ca~v,~ nn ~o~o ,R R4FiT A SMAULTANEOUS THERMOANALYTICAL EXAMINATIONS BY MEANS OF THE onMa uewros 4 4 0 0 ~ 4 i 1~1 3 9 5 6-
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6-; .J 1 50334 2525 ' CNAPTER b • _ . '•Microbial 1'oxi s(Acadei-ic Tr t~ h Y VI ~ 409-434( 97 ) ;. ~Ik Ac1d,_anr~ ~~hela .C)dt2~nr~rinlc ~clc~ones?= .'.', A. CIEGLER, R. NN. DETROY, AND jv. B. hILLFr'•OJ • . • . . - ; . .• , , • • ; I ........................ 409 Patul;n• ..... ....:. ..~. ...•. ..: : 1 : . . . . .. . . .. ' C. Analysis ............ ............................... .:......... ~516. ` D. Bioc`~emistry ........................................ • ~ ' 417 E. Biological Properties ............. ........... ................... 417 -' B. Chemical Properties ......... ............... ...•............. :..• 415 A. Introduction ............................... ......~..•.•.....~.•...• 409 '.... . ...... .:.. 410 'B. Toxicity ........................................ . . G Cellu!ar Efiects .......... . . ..................... '. ..... : • :..... 412 . D. Biosynthesis and Biochemical Effects ........ : :....................... 413 • -11. Pcnicillic Acid ................... :... • • •.•'....... .............. ..... • 414 ..............414 A. lntroduction ..... •............. :.......•.:....... f F. Natural Occurrence ......................................... :... 420 ~ 111. Other Carcinogenic 1•aetoaes ...................... : ................. 420 . . . . . G Four-Dltmuercd Carcunobentc Lactones ................. •..........'424 D. Six-hletnbered Carcinogenic Lactones ...................... ............................... 425 E Othcr Uicdogicallv Active Lactones ............................... 428 A. Lacton:s as Att;ylptir.g Agents ............... :................... 42 0 B. Five-:.iembered Carcinogenie Lactones .. :.............'. ••,......... 421 .•. ; ' References ............. ............................................ 430 . . ., . • . . • . . . ' . . . . . , , . . , . . . - ' ~ - . ... . f~, .. . _ . ~ ' . r _ - 0 4 0 ~ o 0 1 3 9 2 b , r ;'~
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~ 50334 2564 i j-w.-•s.....r._ T a.~ - t ~ ~r 156 P c. I IDyt:TIFXC:0f xTM 4? N^T!,7r Clu"a C0">T,S !JO Wtat3D {•:Uwn ;Y.S . 7964 113 n. Scandirnsvrioa 'Jni.p.rait3 Lcehs i;orwaq ~.._~.,..~_..-...w.~.:,,, .R .,-.. ,.....~.~...m....w.,..~.,.,,~. 0 4~ 0 c1 a! 3 9 6 5 , ~ I
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50334 2556 QD 75 W1 1981 ' Wll.oo.ud WOrooti oD1NrRFxOVSrvt ANA1.Y'ncAl. cMas7xY suwe b V. vVEaLy sl1.Vry D.YV.. l.Y.MK :.d. r a..yerr a~..~rar WUft )0 A 8ah8oia al Maoop.pb aa Rbsm.1 Ao*& VTHERMAL ANALYSIS VKW VVEPDLMDT (ADM190Fi'YEDfTOR s R4RT A sWIVVEOUS TH EXANUNATIONS BY MEANS OF THE _ _ . DERlVAlt7GRAPH B1rZMAKRnPD F wAux n~sv~e MCOWPIM c ru,u.RIa ooMPANY ovoan rsw ioRK 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 q 5.7 , ;~
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~ 50334 2563 : E,~ TA BY j~is..~.. 183 A Course in Estl~natin pa ~~ ~ Dirtttor of Cost F..ctimating 1953 Brown & Bigelow ARCHER St. Paul, Minnesota COST ESTIMATION/ PIA T'OOLS OF INDUST'RY SERIES PRINTING INDUSTRY OF AMERICA, INC. WASHINGTON, D. C.,,
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f 50334 2552 :.... - .. .. - ._ III Du2-77 S. F. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF TO~COLOGY, SUi'PLI;!~1ENT 1976. A, n67, p. 385• . 1~____---- e Revue genera(e f Les ftuore:,urborites enquesVon Uoctour. .Georges. Paal's Projessdur d la Facultt de Al1deciue de Rcnr•er Expat Toxicologue Pharmecologue ' Accept6 Ie 10 novembre 1976 Cette Etude concerne surtout Ie difluorodichtoromethane (FC 12) et le monotluouodichlorometitane (FC 11), ics plus cow•aramcnt utilises des fluorocarbones. Apres un brcf rappel des domaines d'uriliiation de ces produits faisant apparaitre 1'ttcndue de Ieur emploi, I'aLiteur s'attache A dasmontrer leur absence de toxicitd aiE.uid, subaiguc et chroniquc ainsi que d'action tctr3tot;~ne. La probabilicc pour qu'une sin:ation critique se truuve cr@c du iait de lcur cmploi normal en cosm-Rologie, en usar. domc>tiquc ou cn usatx thcr: pcutique cs: null:. Ayant ptnEtc,45 dans I}org~,nisme, Ics FC dilTuscnt eans te Milieu InitCrieur ct en particulier dans Ic Iiquitie cc'phalo• rachiJien. Ifs sont bien toleres et il: ne pro•:oquent des rc.ctions foncti^nncilcs et partant rc~eratbies (respitato+ru•s - cardi..ques - ncrvcuses et nwI:aboliqucc) qu'd des coneentrstions dans 1'air ir.haI6 sup•:rieures a 20 ;;,pout, FC 12 ct 3t 5*/Io pour FC 11. !~ m~ r» 2~ SO minutcs qui suivent Ie ret~tuc A 1'air pur. Lc FC d'spar iscebraptf cmcde I'~•r ac^F ~uc nts s(U tes4lt~scti.c~ c Icljeu~, :. 1a suitc d~' 1'in!talation ma>civc; Oc ccs Eaz cst enfin aoaly'sE. Dr te!s acridcnts sunt tcttaincmrnt cau,;rr` na: unc 1ib-6ll,1licn ti•cntticu'::rra. cona~qu;n:r wit 4;'unc uu1l3W~- ' s
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~ 50334 ~2561 . ' (3) ~yb/a -{ . .~ ttt nu2-7R POTENCIALNE OZ`JNKY VO VODE S.P. ROZPUSTENYCH FREONOV NA ORGANIZMY ffomeiujua.ezuate (Mucnzausc Q so8e pacmeopuaiux 95peonoe ita opeaicuxi iu Potentiai Effects of Water Soluble Freons on Organisms Pau1ovov4, J. Luk18 ~ S u m m a r y: The effects were followed of two types of water souble ircons (F-Il and F-12) on the development of model animals (Rana tcmporaria tadpults and larvae of Cutex pipiens molestus mosquitoes). The experiment confirmed the lethal effects the above freons had on water organisms, particularly in freon F-I1. The authors warn of the hazards of environmental polution with freons, no only due to their presence in the atmosphere but also in water. HA Cs..Hyp., 23, 1978, No. 3, p. 113-118. Fredny (flubrovan6, flu6roch16rovan6 a fluorobrGmovan6 uhiovodil.y me- ' tdnovho a etSnovho radu) sa pouiIvaju v sui<asnosti v mnohfch oblastiach O 4 Q 0 sq*ot'skel pr'~ce.fnesv mSme k dispozicii aj mnohe udaje o biologic- kych u inkoch -fre6nov na OL organizmy, ktore boli nimi zasiahnute ndhod- • ne, alebo timyselne za experiment3lnych podmienok. • ,r--
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1 50334 2567 ./ 81 II La2 (3) .20 -dfA (/F-f/) b , enon d~halation and Emission Tomography NIELS A. LASSEN, M.D., LEIF HENRIKSEN, M.D., AND IVLD. , SUMMARY A rapidly rotating single-photon emission tomograph was used to study regional cerebral blood flow by "'Xenon Inhalation. Using a rotation speed of 180°/S sec a tomographic picture of the average Xenon concentration in 3 slices is obtained. By taking a sequence of 4 one-minute tomograms during and after a one- minute "'Xenon inhalation period, a Bow-dependent variation in local isotope concentration is seen. This se- quence ts used for calculating CBF by a deconvolution procedure. The CBF maps have a spatial resolution of approximately 1.7 cm (FWHM). This preliminary study comprises normal subjects and 10 unselected patients with stroke. Tbe CBF tomograms localized appropriate ischemic areas in all 10 patients. In one patient the conventional x-ray tomogram was negative, while the Aow tomogram dearly showed a decreased flow In consonance with the clinical findings. Regional cerebral blood Ilow measured tomographically by '•'Xenon inhalation circumvents the extra- cranial contamination and the superposition of intracranial tissues that hamper "'Xenon inhalation Aow studies using stationary detectors. • • . 0 4 00-0 0 1 3'968 Re gfonal Cerebral Blood Flow in Stroke Stroke, Vo112, No 3.1981 ;'~
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III Me -80 S.P, .• VVIDCURY/LEAD/ I 5033 OIdL10GRAPNIC DATA 1' NIpFI%NIEFIS - 77/047 2 P~' 2r 7 ~w~~~ SHEET ~ -!. Tirlc and vbtide . ~. ~t~ it:;:~. :iA e- ~r S. Report D..te i . - . • December 1976 [ ~ JERVOUS SYSTV-1 f 6. 7. Au:ho:(s) Rg• ; '~~~+ a~ 8. Performing Organisation Rept \o. 9. Perfo:ming Organization lane and Address 10. Projeet/Tas::!r'nrk Ilnit !!o. Second Task Force for Research Planning in Environmental Health Sciences, Dr. Norton Nelson, Chairman 11. Contract/Grant No. Institute of Environmcntal Mcdicine 1-Rl3-ES 01470-01 Ncw York University 12: Sponsoring O:banitation Nane and Address 13. Type of Report a: Period National. Institute of Environwental Health Sciences Covered P. 0. Box 12233 - nal 70-75 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 ~- 14, 15. SuppleAen:ary \o::s ' tem is designed for appropriate 16. Abstracts The central nervous sys rt:sponse o, an is d in, the envirorL-xent. Unfortunately, man peculiarly vulnerable to znany influences fouzi l in of the in:luences on the CNS are hard to isolate, or toxic agents produce changes ' i I 0 4 0.0 n 0 1 3 9 6 7 , ~s.
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: v. 04t1000 , ... Tho nature of the chemical bond, and the structure of molecules and crystals; an introduction to ]nodern struc- tural chemistry, by Linus Plulin ;... 2d ed. Ithaca, N. Y., Cornell university press; London, Ii. Milford, Oxford uni- versity press,1940. zvt, 450 p., 1 1. Illus., dtarrv. 231} cm. (Tbe George Fisher haker non•resident lectureship 1n chemistry at Cornell university. (r. JS1) Bibliographical foot-notes. 1. Valence (Theoretical chemistry) 2. Qunntum theory. 3. Mole- cules. 4. Crystallography. r. Title. rt. Title: Chemical bond. QD4G9.P38 1940 { ~ 541.39 42--31474 Library of Congress p"rft2l 3 9 S, .9 ,
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~ &,,.1 ,lia~ , - v , ' . III nu2 78 P.OTENCIALIVE -1~CTNKY VO VODE S•p• ROZPUSTENYCH FREONOV NA ORGANIZMY IlometusuaALIrate 0eucrneuR a eode pacmeopuatux 95peonoe rca opeairus.aiu Potential Effects of Water Soluble Freons on Orga.nisrns S. Paulov,f,X~je)~~~;~tr~ J. Luk36 ~ S u m m a r y: The effects were followed of two types of water souble freons (F-11 and F-12) on the development of model animals (Rana temporaria tadpol~zs and larvae of Culex pipiens molestus mosquitoes). The experiment confirmed the lethal effects the above freons had on water organisms, particularly in frcon F-11. The authors warn of the hazards of environmental polution with freons, no only due to their presence in the atmosphere but also in water. HA Cs. Hyp.,, 23, 1978, No. 3, p. 113-118. Fre6ay (Qu6rovanl, flu6roch16rovan6 a fluorobr6movan6 uh?ovodil.y me- ' tdnovho a etdnovho radu) sa pouiivaju v sUasnosti v mnohjch oblastiach O 4 O 0 t~lo~ sklj p xe:~n m6me k dispozicii aj mnohc iudaje o biologic- kjrch i1'~inl.lochlre6nov~a vL organiuny, ktore boli nimi zasiahnute nihod- + ne, alebo iimyselne za experiment5lnych podmienok.
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_.~.~_...Y ...e.rwaY... 'jxX 50334 2568 .109111, t..._... •(;IIN(1:R1iI. 'TYPt: L:.ii. Y:S O"I Cia, ?~ }a.i:C . :'li;i: lo;7a^).t~af t'1 }: ). c: o 'JI.+'.!i j 6fJ .. . . y ' .. • - ~ . . _ . ._. ~ 0 q 0 0 tl Q 1 3 9 6...9 . , n~... .. ..r. a . .r.. . u~. s....~ s.afv~+( ir,
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III Ou,,-80:' ~ ~ ; 50334 254 5 S.P. PHYSIOLOGICAL ACTION OF CHLOROFLUORINATED NYDROCARBOtIS: • /14 De l'action des -hydrocorbures* chloroif uores te uullwr u( thts article hu.s conxtdered - x1wrl-lrrm lo.ricit•t/ und medium- and ry-lcrrn lulrrunc•r. throu,ryh inltnling, of • main chlorofluoric hydrorurAuns used the aero.col .rtrrtg industry. as +ucll lht vdi:rd tolrrunrr of thr skin cuul rnurotrs mrmbrrutrs to these sno+e products. hrre seems !o br quite sulia(uctory rditrm- and luny-lcrm tulcratue to low nrcntrnlinn.c. For higher ronrrnlrulions. r lunys srrrn to br the (irst oryans to arl. unit the reaction iz reversible tuhrn pn.aurr lu the prnducts rcn..rs. The t . : r Io r g a n~ • in ruul burrrd and lrarhred mnruus s u r i s m e rmhrnnrs strtnd t,p torll M spruying with thrnt. title ran undrrqo. withord anq problrmm a?C~~'~ tily c.rlro.curr lu 811 to 1: tIN) ppm for par rrr monlhs. Under the rnua intense Professeur b lo Focult6 de MEdecine de Rennes ntli/ions of use of these pradtsrts. rIs Conseil b(o Socibt8 U9ine Kuhlmonn ~•R urrn.wl pulsinil rlrvicrs, il is quite •vnnrrivnblr lhat conrrnlrution in inrllx,r rmisrY rnuld hr constantly abeive 1.f10U ppm.
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8~83 XX MeF-C;2Z~75 Calif. At;r. 28(9)14(1974) CONTROL OF SEPTORIA LEAFSPOT OF CELERY ~ 50334 2569 A; :O~ YAU~.[~~, • H. OTTO • J. NELSON • F. SHIBUYA Benlate at 0.5 and 1.0 lb, Dyrene, Bravo and RH 3928 at 1.0 lb and illertect were signif- icantly better than all other treatments in these tests for the control of Septoria leaf- spot of eelery. Topsin M and Dithane M-05 provided intermediate control. RH 3928, Mer- tect, ard Topsin 14 are not registered for burn's in Orange County, were planted at the University of California South Coast Field Station near Santa Arta in ` 'January. Plots consisted of single celery rows, 25 it long, with plants spaced 8 inches apart in the rows. Plants were sprinkler irrigated at least two times per ..•eck to stimulate development of late use on celery at the present time and there• blight. fore cannot be recommended. Plants were repeatedly inoculated ~ 7 with a suspension of Septoria spores ~':nv -urina the experiment. The inoculum ~EPTORIA LEAFSPOT of celery caused was prepared by grinding 40 severely i.~ by the fungus, Scpforia ar)[ICGla ' a{fect i dr• d c ler 1ea~ es i blend Speo., is a serious dtsease of celery in Califurnia during periods of heavy rain• fall. Increased sprinkler irrigation in recent yearb has also favored develop. (1 minute) and straining through cheesecloth. The resulting spore sus. pension was then sprayed over the ..1...... C...:..t-t..e ~uo.. artia•wtorl fn rnrn. 0 4(l 0 tl b I 3 9 7 0
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Les fluorocarUones (r.C.), tersne gEneral:mcnt adoptE pour d6sigilcr les de17v6s AuoOs des tarLures d'hydrot;bnc halotir<ncs (CI ou hr) snnt tres lar;;cnlent utilisCs dans 1'iudustrie eornlne ltquides trig"rifiqucs, soirants ct surtout eommc gaz pulscurs d'aeorosols. Do nombreuses etudcs de toaicite ai~uc, subaiguc et chronique avaicnt eondutt t, la ct.nelusion quc ces co;;rpos6s ftaient tres pcu ou nullelnent toxiques, 1'abscnee de toxicile Ftan: d'autant plus marquEe c;ue In n;olFuile Etait plus riche en ntomes de Ouor et mofns tiche en atomes de chiure ou de bro:ae. C'est ainsi par exemnle que drs rats, des souris et dcs Inpins peuvent vh-re pcndant 30 mn dans uu milange : dichlorodUluoromtAhane 80, uxt•gcne 2A. et er,suitc, apris retour A 1'air pur, rEcup::rcr ua aspect normal et sun•ivrre indcfininrent. Pendant l'cxposition ils prEscntent des synrpt6rr,es d'atteinte ncrti•euse : tremblclncr.ts -. ataxie -+ narcose. La concrr.trstion Malc 50 p. 100 pour I^s deux F.C. Jes plus courammrnt utilisfs cat inscrite dans Ie taLir-au I : TAuss:at: L 1 ! . . • . C4+, POUA EXPOSlrlO\ D!: 30 >r\ (6Y •/. f ~) _ - • liYnhO!'AABUIIE CIILOHOFLCOaL•~ - - ~ ! , souris ~ rat eoba •e ' la h _1 -'--... L~. ''~-R..~ . .,- , 9~4*T. / . : a.i." ~ '.' ~.r 1.yti.a.:.Y:......:.._.~.. ~w..~-.........v~...r~.... _.. .. ~..L--':L+... ~.... Arch. 1ia1. Pr. 35(G) G62•-G4 (1974) III Au`-75 Axe hyprlphyso-surrenalien Ft nuarocarbones.' PITUITARl--ADP.LNAL A}C7S tNn rr_.UOi`:OCAkBONS. Par`4l,;''• ~,#s'WLEI* P. kOCHCONGAkG et 5. OESBRO:i55E5 ,
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TS 2240 - Pa . •1972 TOBACCO--SOCIOLOGY/TOBACCO--HISTORY/ TOBACCO--SMOKZPJG-FArORA&LE i.ZTERAT:iP.E/ i . 2TR CLkSS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 1240 Pa 1972 ,. *(no •sfEi.' .)'* IIj pRA?ST: :):~ T')EACC7, A COLLECTTC:a CF HISTC`P.~.C~.L lV~D SOCIOL~JGIC~.L ESSAYS 0`t TOBACCO i::U T?i:; TC:;:a;CO Tie`,.:iIT. *(Loaaa,.? di tabac.)* Ir,:imeri__~ lccur.iPs S.A., Lausm-^e, Switz., 125 p. (1972) (in French) *197.~i, 1,10. 1.:, SY J1?5{: llf°* ~^`-~--- +'~.•-•_-~.,..... 1 •- - , ~ - - • .. . .. . . . . _, . . 040•0001 3 97 3 . 50334 2572 1 ~ ~
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' ~ l ZJ uZ . . . . , • ...o.:~._.0.... .._~.L~. ... .........:.._.•:.... _ .: _ 1- _~<.~~.~:_ . La concentration letale 30 p. 100 pour les deux F.C. Ies plus couramment ulilisEs est intcrilc dans lc tableau suivant : SYDRnCARRVRR CnLONOPLUOnt: souars Cty. POVR I:XPOSITtO\ DE 3V >tN (E\ ;:) .\lunonuorotrieliloromclhane(F il) ... • 11 Uifluorodichloronlcihnnc (F 12) ...... 77 q .,`>,~.... 1 ~ RAT CORAYE 13 25 80 So 72 75 ; 1• . . . ..T~ ~. ~. .~ . . , . . r III Du -75 Arc11. 2•fal. Pr. 35(6)G5f3-G2(1974) ~ S.p* 2 Absence d'effet tcratogi6ne des fluorocorbones 4 chez Ic rot et Ie lapin. ,% Par G5'~PAf9.LFC, S. DESBROUSSES ct E. VIDAL`'''`• -- -•-"""' ABSLTICE OF TERATCGrNIC EFF1:CT OF FLUOROCARBONS IN RAT AND RA1;:;TT. Les tluorocarbones (F.C.), terme SFneralcment adoplc pour dbsigner les deri.•es Iluores dr. car- bures d'hydrogcnc haloy;l•nFs (Cl ou 13r) sont trts largcmrnt utilisfs dans 1'industric comme sin,cidcs friSorifiqucs, solcanls ct surtout connnc gaz pulscurs d'arrosols. De nombreuses ctudes de tosicitF aiguc, subai};uc et ehroniquc at•aicnl conduit A)n conclucion que ces cornposFs rtnient tres pcu ou nullement toxiques, 1'abscncc de to\itc etant d'atdant plus tnarquEc quc la ruolrcule ttait plus riclle en atomes de tluor et mnins riche en atomes dr elJvre ou de bronte. C'csl ainsi par exemple que des rats, des souris et des lapins peuvent civrc pcuclrnl 30 mn dans un mclange : dichlorodilluoromcthane SO- oxygcne 20, et ensuile, apr'es tctour :1 1'air pur,.ricup6rcr, un aspect normal et sun•ivrc indffinimrnt. Pendant 1'expositiun ils prescntc:tt des symtptomcs d'altcinte rterveuse : tremblcmcnts - Rtaxie -• narcose. LArrx 25
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I . 50334 2571 TECHNICAL REPORZ DATA 1M.:N' hYJ lalfr : Nwa up Ilrf h'1.'/K SCIO/[ fuwlNflrHf. • ~AT \J . RLCIMNT'j ACMfIONNO. EPA 600/4-79-057 J :.TLI A\J i. ~TLi f REiORi DATE TECHNILA ASSIST/U~CE DOCUMENT FOR THE CALIBRATION OF Dte~nD AMBIENTZONE MONITORS ~ . ~ERiORMING OP~ANIjAT/ON COOE 7 ALi..OR~;f ~euF , ESRL/RTP ~RtC#li~ . PERlORMINO ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. Frank F. McElroy, EMSL/RTP f IfRiJN\II\;.J•14:AVIj.li/:.\/.AMEANDAOORL f 1 . RO A N . Quallty Assurance Division 1AD609 Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Trian le Park, NC 27711 17. i.ON50MINJ AG[NCY NAwf[ ANO ADDREff $3. TYPE O~ REPORT AND FLR1GD COVLRLO Environmental Monitoring Systems Laboratory Final Office of Research and Development ls. ffONLORING AGENCV COOL U.S. Environmental Protection A enc y Ozone-analyzer EPA 600/08 ~1C 27711 R search Triangle Park , Ozone standards I5 EuPILE\.i41ANY NOTEf Air poltutton Measurement UV photometry Technical Assistance Document Calibration Technical assis Ii.ALS .cl • Air pollution monitoring d6cument In February, 1979, EPA revised certain parts of the ambient air pollution monitoring regulations (40 CFR Part 50, Appendix D) to specify a new procedure for calibration of ambient ozone analyzers. The new procedure is based on ultraviolet (UV) absorption photometry, and specifies in detail the UV photometer, other apparatus, and the procedure necessary for establishing quasi-primary ozone concen- tration standards derived from the known absorption coefficient of ozone at 254 nm. This Technical Assistance Document is intended to provide information and assistance to State monitoring agencies and other organizations which must use the new procedure to calibrate ambient ozone analyzers. The first section of the document is a discussion of absorpt4on photometry, with emphasis on the transmittance measurement and measurement errors. Section 2 provides step-by-step explanatory information and advice keyed to each paragraph of the procedure. Section 3 discusses ~pt,~qpme s s2ecif.i#all th~r design and operational characteristics, and severa ~ ' availabl6 ial tdmmeFc s ~•. . tance
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0 r . 9 1s'- 9I1 (/ 1 1 50334 2573 - ' ~ i~ U a Endocrinolq& 98, 975-981. (1976) ~ Radioimmunoassay of; rginine Vasopressin in•'Rhesus ; Monkey Plasma ~ , JAMES N. HAYWARD, K,AN¢~ SI~", ' ' FAUSTINO R. PEREZ-LOPEZ ~ ~~~ _ , , AND rfIdHAEL V. SOFR6T~lEW' - Department of Neurology, Reed Neurological Los Angeles, Calif. 90024 Research Center, UCLA School of Medicine, ABSTRACT. Using a new antiserum, an enzymatic radioiodination of arginine vasopressin (AVP), and the methodology of Robertson et a1. (1,2), we have developed a sensitive and specific radioim- munoassay for plasma AVP in the monkey. The sensi- tivity of the assay is 0.5 µU/ml, the cross reaction with oxytocin (OT), minimal. We used this assay to study the effects that variations in blood osmolali have in regulating AVP secretion in unanesthetize~ chair-restrained, chamber-isolated, adult female rhesus monkeys. Under water ad lib conditions, plasma AVP and osmolality were relatively ooa- stant, averaging 1.7 = 0.6 (sD) µU/ml and 298 s 3 mosmol/kg, respectively. Water loading decreased 0 0 4 0 0 (1 0 1 3 1 7 4. plasma AVP and osmolality to 0.6 ± 0.2 µU/ml and 282 t 6 mosmol/k , respectively. When fluid re- striction increase~ osmolality, plasma AVP rose progressively to twice the baseline after 1 day, and to 6 times the baseline after 3 days. The rise in plasma AVP was linearly correlated with the rise in osmo- lality (r - 0.93; P < 0.001). Intravenous infusions of hypertonic saline produced significant rises ia plasma osmolality and'plasma AVP. There was a dose-related rise in plasma AVP that declined later at the expected rate with the Infusion of physiologi- cal amounts of synthetic AVP. (Endocrinology 9& 975, 1976) 9
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. • 50334 2550 Seifen-Ole-Fette-Wachse-103. Jl;.- Nr. 20/1977 III Du2-78 vV erpackung und Transport, Verpackungsmaschinen,-Material,-Mittel S.P. Aerosol Technoloo,ie. 11 FEA-Aerosolkongre un 7. FF.A-Aerosolausatellung in Brussel, 20. bis 23. Sept. 1977 ' ~~ \hr[•::- ~ • - A.Tcchnisch-wissenschnitticho Vortraqr le Fluorkohlenwassorslolfo . 'rof. ~`s.`l"'ifie''f~1:Nlrtlv. I .rAull.rt llnY.cl.rt.tt Itrmtr./l rMt1•rrich) Uic in den l'SA crrr rmtprn J.thtrn .tuleru:r:n;n 1••I;.tall. Ikim sSnilling• 1`:thrn (1.iio ~'cr.tnLt..unr. ih. 1.•rt:ttal .1. t 1 K\\'-'fRib- mittcl nurhm:d% ctnr.hcnd iu htut:n Itrr d;n 1'r.~lunr:n tcurde herau~~rlundcn. d:dS d~r :~I utrn I nvvn.urn drr I tt. n 11. 1= unJ 114 schr-I;cring siod. Im .uh.tAutrn Irrt.rr•tah rur.l: n.•Iw•uf:tll. huttc pro„-ntcn,tcn tttlrnrtl. Itn ~)tl. laer-Inh.J.~tn•n.t:.t ...n: n.tllr .1 Suh- sr:m'rcn ill Ktm:rntreuuncn t.m SIMMI 1•l.rn h:t IIunJ:n wtd vun Ip111N1 ppm bri Itallrn.thnr t.,%t..hc \\ ttAtme ~'t I 1.\\ 1 I und {llrYo F1:W 12 uitkcn auf da. %cnaralnrr.rn.% .trm. ohn.• at•t•r In.>th.•misclte Schiidcn zu hintrrLt..cu. S.tlih hrrhr l..~nirnuahtatrn l,unnru Ixim Gcbrauch von 11:\\'h:tltigcn Actnadrn nt.'ht rnt.trhrn. aurh im Friacr.alon i.t der h/:\\'dirhah drr .Urtnhdl .1...thtt uut.(.rhr{iCh. Dic hcitn sSnifftnl:, aufcrtrrtrnrn Itri.•.Ltllc•md:ruf thr gIri.•hcritige Einwirkung von hohrn I F:\\'•I~annnn.tu,MKn untl dtr cndogcnc Adrenalin-Au..churtung hci StrcltAttu.rttrtk•n nouiAiutuhrcn, wie sich durch'licncrwchc n:rch..ci.cn hrtt. lUtr.rr \'rntt:tv Ikh:mdcltc das glrichc 'lltcma. -+rlrhr% von 1'ud. l9ruf.•r rn arr.t~ul re trt 16, 4•1 ~2(1977xlllciny{Nul~t,l:ati/I>lwi~rgtQlrn~:urd~ ~ S Srketing- Vcrtrieb- Konsumatlon r'. Car6orrrll Fira, Grtlcraldir. d. span. Einzclhandclskcttc sD1TfAs (Spanicn) Wic in andcrcn 1.andrrn. so will auch in Spanicn der Verhrauchcr nichi mchr passivcs Ubjckt des Markics scin. Er will rnitsprcl:hen und schlictit sich den Vcrhrauchcrorganisalioncn an. Dicse solllcn von mundigcn Vcrbrauchcrn ccfuhrt wcrdcn, doch auch in Spanien bc- m5chtigen sich puliti.chc Kralte dicser Urganisationen, um rhrc ciee- ncn 7_iclc voranucihcn zu kiinncn. Cartxoncll kam auf die ncucn Ncr- tricbswcgc zu sprrchcn. zu dencn die _rolicn Vcrtrichssvstcmc gcho- ~ ren. Dicsc kiinntcn sich mit den Vcrbrauchcrn gcgcn die jntlustric vcr- biindcn. Uln snlchc \lachthliicke zu vcnncidcn, solltc die Induatric den Dialog mit qualifizicrtrn \'crtretcrn der Vcrbrauchcrvcrb.indc suchcn. Dicscr Dialog sullte auf alien i•larkcting-Lbcnen ausgrtraccn und nicht nur von Dclc_icncn der Fachvcrhande gcluhrt wcrdcn, sondern i atich die cinzclncn llntcrnchmen sollten dabci aktiv scin. Au( dic Fra- gc, was das Markctinc dem Vcrbrauchcr Fclrracht habe, wurde kcine Antwort Fcgcben. Carhonall vcrtrat die Anxicht, dati die Proparicrung von slsrsauprcxluktcnt ialsch sci, da dicsc den Verbrauchcr zu harte- rcu Fordcrungcn crmutisen k3nnte. !. i f
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,:FIUV.Cf :.E GIL'C'-S 41rcv; LA f:FGS (The Effect of Diffcr Fnt 7iruses on the Amounft of Auxins In Tot-r,ccos) ( In Franch) a 4 Q 0 t? 0 i 39 7-$
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~8b~ f ilUOQbQ uol~~ soJu~ ~+~a~ui{aay uo3Vajqsupj a::ao~;:S;aaaa~a pur_ a13T'.ua1ag ;a.zaQad aa1 •ti pT 9:'bt .IN • x Pux no -fAt',{ •ct ' J ~'i 'tt(?lfJ:: :^t :! t.1tNUa!' 2`l,',.5 llia : lfnT. : a 11 iesz aFFos
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~ III f 50334 2584 Pa2 ~: .. .. _ ~ (1966) ..~, ...t..aji . i._..~1'...a 7... ..v\`t.l.i:~:...• a 4 0 a o Cl 1' 3 9 8 -.S
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50334 2583 IX ' Pa3 Gtaft:'~LC}:~ FuND AUD t-RaI:.f C IN, CZ~ ", ::r:iTt: by J. Pe;v].u :.nd J. Su7.;.. GaSo Iel:o Cese 96 10L~-~10~3 (JG~~o 22, 1960) ~Iicii- ~~Iicii K~;~nalE~ian f.xe.a th;.• Czc.cho I; ~ . 0 4 ~ 4 r~ ~ 1 3 9 8 4
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., 50334 2582} .-...--• HYPNOSIS/BEHAVIORAL SCIE:VCE/ QP 383 Pa 1927 CQNDTT.rONEM &rrLliXr'..S ~ AN INVESTIGATION OF (1960 reprint) i THl:. PIIYSIOLOGICAL ACTIVITY, ti OF TI{E SNArSL.11'F.D ANU EDITliD sY ,/CET~EI3R,AL CORTEX 0. V. ANHEr,,M.v.. n.sc. ' BY DOVER PUBLICATIONS, INC. NEW YORK ~; M 0~ FoR. 1lr.u. r,s.
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6 T 0 40 0 0 0-1 -3. 9 7 , ., `(Objective in vivo analysis of anti-smoking ; cigarette filters ~ 50334 2576 81 X Sh { ~ TOBACCO- -SMOKE=- I NHALAT IONf oi brraking the smoking habit. Twelve volunteers smoked cigarettes through four ventilated anti- smoking filters (\ID-4. Miles Laboratories) and one reference cigarette without an anti-smoking Thorax. - , 1981, 36. 213-216 Z 2 `L. G1R(N Z r SHEANAN?'WZWA-,) R M BATEMAN. J E AGNEW. A*fl S W CLARKE ~) fr~~/,r rlu~Uc orimenls oJ Thnroc •.1/cd cint ond Rl~dico! Ph)'sics. Thc,Rt~~•a/ •rt` losp' ol/London £/Uh ~~ J///~) ~> . V 0-( ~~y C ~ oSPJ ~PTwtn1E.S ~ PH~S I l.o N DO N ~~ N CLA~J~ alsst~;acz` leaF~1: rettc filtcrs havc bcen introduced to.reduce inhaled smoke and also as a means filter in a single-blind, crossover manner. The amount of smoke inhaled was monitored by a radintracer technique using' the isotope •''kr.•pton. Compared to the reference cigarette the amount of isotope reaching the lung was reduced to 76%. 63°e, 43°;, and 37;; for filters ) to 4, respectiveh•. which H-ds less than the reduction to 700/;, 40°;. 30%, and 20°•e predicted by the manufacturers. In the case of filters 2. 3. and 4, the observed reductions in isotope inhalation were significant (p:0•01) but were also significantly less (p-~t,'.0•01) than the manufacturers' predictions. . • - i
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Wa FOOD--aiSISTL'I2~:/F70Tr-A.)IZITI~rF:.^-/ , 50334 2574 ~.CL~,.11njC;~3. RenJrtI'~ XX tSeF-F-4~€f-73 F t: c __ 73-17- M.TROLL:21G ;ill: A.`SOUN.T OF INTERNAL AQUEOUS SoLUTION IN IhTEP.MEDIhTE MOISTUF,E hOODS. Author: ~tOIIEFb~s~~p1'3t.'~~+ Corporate author: SWIFi & CO;fPA``Y,Research=G Dev. Center, Onk Brook, Illinois Contract- 1:o. D2AG1'1-70-C-0077 Pxo;icct Rei'er©nce: Decer,ber 1972 &eries: FL-167 r^- ].JGG2708D.,~~ Food Lahoratory ' U. S. 1l1Tq Nct{:).ck LaZY'J2:ato7_'; C:s Naf:ick , 'rfassachtascfi:ts 01760 Distributed by NTIS National Technical Information Service ,.Ata,a„ct- U.S. Department of Commerce 3lycerol, salt and potaaeium eorbate were incorpoxnted into 14 cooked food items, apecifically diced beef, Sround beef, chicken weat (white), pork tenderloin, turkey .ae2t (dark), halibut, hAm, eliced carrots, pineapple, peaches, sweet potatoes, cwe:et, bologna and r.ancal:e, in &-aounts to produce a water activity of 0.83 +_ 0.02 after drying to prescYibed levels of internal solution approximating 100, 50, 25 and 10`!% that of a conventionally prepared counterpart. Salt in an amount deer,ed normal to the specific item and Elyccro2 in the amount needed to adjust water activity were inco_porcted into the f•orc;slas uf the last 3 namd products; the remaining items >~.re er,ui libratuA, b~- sqaktnF; in a.h external solut.ion contai-ning salt and glycerol. ~ .. -. . r... - --_ - .~-_---~---w-.~^--•--- ~. 0 4 tl • 3 9 7.S , ~.
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50334 2570 hi- XX MeF-D-316-79 Lebensm-Wiss. u-Technol. 12(1)52-61(1979) CRITJICAL OBSERVATIONS REGARDING SCALED EVALUATIONS AS IMPORTANT PROCEDURE OF t§ENSORY ANALYSIS. Kritischt Betrachtungen zur «Bewertenden Pruficng mit Slcale» als einem wesentlichen Verfahren der sensorischen Analyse. Rr- Pau";+R. Zacharias, L. Robtnson•' und H. Geidet'•' 1.0 Einlettung Die Verfahren der sensorischen Analpa kbnnen (unter anderern) in - Untcrscfiiedspriifungen - Beschreibende PrOfungen - Bewertende PriNungen einge:eilt werden (1). Bci den Bc•:er!^^de.^. pr:!;;^.g=n er!otgt die Beurtc6lrr+.g von Produktmerkmalen durch emen Zahlenwert (Punkte, Naten) aus einer Skale zum Zweck der Festst•:Iluncl der sensorischen Oualitat. Dam-t unterscheidet sich dio Be- werlende F4Ounq grundsatrfich von anderen Pri,fverfah- ren, bei denen ct>enf,;lls Sk&len vorwendel werden. zum Q ispi Intentit.~ ruf ~nq r do he rufung. O 4 D In~situ~g all SOlOe ist~rhr nu•o~-a IN•- tende Prufung mit Skalo beinhattet Icdiglich grundsatzti- cho Aussagon in bezug auf Anwendbarked, Durchfuh- rung und Auswertung dieses Verfahrens (2). Fur die Aufstellung von Skaten und die Ditterenzierung in einzelne Merkmale ist eino Norm in Vorberedung. Dio hislorische Entwicktung der Bewertenden Priifung sowie mbgliche Modifikationon sind bereits austiihrllch betan- dell worden (3). Mit der verstarkten Anwendung dieses Prufverlahrens in Forschung und Praxis traten jrdoch auc.". d--^^°t zuca:n:^cnha^c,c.^.dc l.^k!arhei:on urxl Pro bleme starker zutage. Ziel dieser Arbed ist es daher, einige diesbezGglrche Aspekle zu diskutieren. 2.0 Das Verfahren
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{ ~ 50334 2588 .Y Tk1E DECOMPOSITION OF AM,SOt:IIJM NITRITE BY WATER VAPOR 75 VIII Ae1 prxemyol. Chem. 13, 338-41 (1957) S.P. By: and J. Baginska r s-. . .. ... In the current rethod of production of nylon 6, a polymer of s-amino- caprolactan, sodium nitrite is used for the preparation of aqueous soluticns of hydroxylainine, which is needed for the preparation of cyclohexanone oxime. 7hesodium sulfate formed in the reaction of hydroxylamine preparhtion is an unsuitable by-product which makes the process more complicated and more e:cpPnsive, Substitution of sodium nitr.ite by numionium nitrite simplifies the process and produces ammonium sulfate, which can be used as a nitrogen fertilizer fn 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 3 9 8 9 ~ ~'
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( 50334 2575 WW. 40~0 . & a- c t ) t ~ _ ~ G \ How should a pressurized j3~drenergic~ronch ilator be 81 II Re-81 $ p inhaled.'~, 1_ _. . Aerosot tafi a len An , , ' * STEPNErP. N61t'fsiA\, ~E11.~PAYf]C & STEWART W. CLARKE n .. . _ _. u":_:__ ..iti. n-.._. r..__ tJ....S..t I .+.A..w F...U...A • A'r,r ny.Ir: adrenergic beta-rcreptor agonists - aerosol deposition - t±ronchodilator agents -. resyirau/rv thcrap. - tcrlruulinc. Arystrart: Although the manularlurcrs of pres>.urircd aerusol brunchudilalors issue inslruaions for using the inhalerti, littk or noexpcrimentalverificationexists. Funhermrrt, the itsstructionsoUen Gil to take int(jaccount knuwr factsaban aerosol drposition. N•ehas•em*-mrd thees•idrace forthe most elTitti.•c made or modes of inhalation of pre»urixed .erosol brot><hodiiatorsm aonte of which •1VIS arixrt Irnm ex/seriments prrforttted in our lalsurator). ln alicr to achietv a tnaximal ell'ect iolbs.3ng inhalation ofterhulafine.utphate hronchudilaloraeros+d (Bricanyl*, Astra Pharmaceu- ticals), the canister should be anuated during a doN• (251 min r), decp inhalition and breath hl•Id wh.cyuentll•f9lr10s.iHtisrrrhudilatationmal•Isercduccdifaervwtlisinlu/k-drapidll (801miti 1)or if Ltralh is hchl fur 4><. Wee ha.e considcrcd the applicability of thoie simpk ruks tu ulher type.pf bror.chudilator and to all p.tientt, 'trnspecti.•e o( their diagtKnis or degree of aitwal• obstructiun. Tbe lung s•olurne at wbich aeraol 'a released into the aintrram, the importance of rnordinalina flrhalaiM111Mii11at7YMllat11q11lq1,a1M1tIN'tYL11N'erlN'171alf'/y11'n'arldN'hM'd nN1111I1111hi11A1NNr t 1111N1~11 a~1tS/ hC~','~J`/' ' 6,. . _9~ [ -- ~ 0 4 0 o A . . , 1
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50334 2589 .;. INDUSTRIAL PREPARATION OF AQUEOUS SOLUTIONS OF AMfOH7tR•i ; . . . - • 75 t'III Rel 2dLTRITI: IN THF: LIGIIT OK WORK SAFETY. S~r• . .:a . . . Prz mysl.. Chem. 37_, 774-7 (1958) By: St-6f*i`t`'~FtivXilk-'cs0akt -and St.rsnislrrw Ri.stron , The development off product3on of_ E-r.zproiactara, an 3.ntexz:tedi::te in the pzoduction of fsynthet-ic fihcrs, hinEes on i•he devc2o;,mcnt of a svitoble .nethod for the production of hydroxylaraine uced in ::he react:oa.. *4ost methods for the proc!uct'on of t:ydros:ylamfne are 1,N::r.d on t-.he aear.tiou be.taeeiy nitrites und sulfites. 'Sbe v~Ds[ comm,on u!ethod•sfor the ;:rodsction of hydroxyl- amine are based on the reaction of rodiura•nitra.te-.uit-h sod3urn bissrlfite to. for,u 0 4C) o 0 0 ~3 9 9 A , r
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C- 9 6 £ • L-(nc uvr r,ue nTA:,,d 3~sor Sq a%'40«'vU,-rJ C,^{. P-cz-o'Lla't3 Gui~t.Gd -D--LIJ.a-7;5,7 J9 fit) rSJ =1• ,~,.- r~~af-..,,.~ r . v ' ~ ~.• .--c--.~. t~ ~ ~ L l~'l:aiU4...'tca ! V ~ ' . :.. ~a. ~..:SC ~ ~ w ~yl~ n ~ .. 0 0 o o d a
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~ 50334 2590 x Pa4 'Rtz3i KT(:"sC 4 HABTT - P~YC}s(i ~f)~TCAI. 1i STS TLXii Ui' IIAYS 7Y1 CliRii iHP. Ui:Gi: TO uM0;Z. 14 (KondaY, Sept. 32, iy6£.) ~ A~ fJ ~ 0 i 3 9 9 5 ., ~ ~
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, t 50334 2580 XXII MeB9 77 S,P. Fire & Materials, 1976, No. 1, pp.43-47 Studies of the Smoke Emission from Burning Poly-(vinytch{oride) Plasticized with Diisooctylphthalate L. Drn:t.rossl: Laboratoire dc Cinthiquc et Chitnic Je Ia'Cumhuaion, llniversitit des Scicnces et Tcchniyues de Lille, UP 36-59G511 Yillencuvc J'Ascq, France I. SrttDA And:Y.VitV~~ Ch. Z. J. D. (Rczcarch Laboratorics of thc Dimitrov Chemical Company), 81(101 BrtUi.lava, Czcchosluva kia (Rereirrcl ? Ocluhrr 1973; urcrpfcvl (rerisecl) JS Mar(-h 1976) Ah+truct -Snx,ke ev(lveJ frum Muning Ix+ly-(vinykh4oriJc) plastici.-eJ with diisooctylphthalato has been suKlihl u<ing u light ulnulpNon ux ahuwl. It hac txln shoi. n that thc yu:urtity uf smoke pnr.lurstil Jcltadx ulwn tlk .~sy~.n ca~ti cnhation af th. .wwh,ing gas a. well a, un the cuiH:cotralion urdiisiwaYlphthalalv prc.ent in liic Iwlynrcr. llk re.ults ul this r%urk hmc b.vn riulys.•J using an rmpirir:J c~luation prolw.eJ by thr authors, Mh:ah tYlrrCl.ncs dw; mavimum .moka Jcn.ity (o,,,,.) with ox) r;cn cuncentratiun. This cyuatiun may N-wriltcn ..w, a a.ot cxr (-k (M), -1.01)1 where Nuy is the molar earK-entraliun of oxyccn in thc oxidirinb gas, anJ 1.01 rcfers to the limiting or erilical cuncentration of oxygen nl wb.rh the pulynxr w ill just burn, as Jcliikd by Ihe Ati'I'M te.t 2861.'1'hr elTccl or vrrk-us uJJitivcx, p:rrtirularly ury;ani. wdine cumlwund., as unoke suhpr¢swnts has ul.w Ntin im.titiwteJ. Introduction deduced between smoke production unAcr flaming (~ (~ (~(~ ~Q~conditions, end both oxygen und plasticiicr cuncen- ru: cn cn;~"~vol.`l'd fri~bi btTlitinl;~olyt~Tcric 6iatcPf!fls ' trutions. -
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, , , 6 L 6Z t 0 U 0 U d~ ":a [il::.i:G~ ~•,. - r-.:~.~ o'~'~~1 ~. ~ ~~ ~:' ?.`:IU Irdcio7;; eV 00 ; o @'JiClC+ ~IIi:D Caiill ~U:r'rCi J-0 I?J'L'.;..?:3 jo P.PztV Cra;i'c-Lo7E:t7,r.mtd 014 +v SLSZ bF£OS:~
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50334 259 6 III _ ._. - CoI : (1968) JET •"s'Rl;G OIr tTIhGS WITH JET FUFS: M14livt'.TI42d OF STPATFt7AD 'S i i; [:6R~.' OF JET DRAG a 58, 73-80 (March, 1958) Aircraf t EnF. A9 , 0 4 ~ 0 ~ tJ 1 3 9 9 7
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~~ 3 ~ 50334 2595 :,., S: ~ /~.U ul fiTi lz"D:+7X PL'UMMI.TIOii, by t-antc::ut i-a;,nc: aad F'&rr.Js GjoZabaxs. Ata. aa=.o «L•x1a I)-4uxt:z s 2G1-T7 ti%G) cs:e haadt 2:4y2,, 26S-I7 0 ( I 0 4.(l o ~ o t 3 9 9-_6 .
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5033a 2587 Jour. Clin. Pharmacol 20 (8-9) 487 499 (1980 Intermittent Carbon Monoxide Exposure in Cynomolgus Monkeys (Macaca fascicularis) in Relation to Atherosclerosis IX Re2-81 S.P Biochemical and Histological Effects of RICHARD J. 6ING, M.D., F.A.C.C., J. S. M. SARMA, Ph.D., RONALD WEISHAAR, M.A., ANGELIKA RACKI, M.D., ond D. Paade-1., CeNi. r 0 4 Tnc relation,hiP of earl,o» tnonoside 1('n i rxlx„urr tr, thw di•vt•lul,mrnt uf atheruseIeru,i; has Lcvit tt vuutruvrr,ial sut,ject. :larup and vu•wurkrrs t•X{,utii•d r:,l~'~j it,,,~ua ~tuit~,1 $h,iWt~•r(,l Dilic'4~tulr~utitlTiuuu, tt,ltiiitit,tt~tUu~~ uf 0) diet, others on a xemiPurified diet eon- t:,inittl,• ,•hoLe,tcrul.4 Su difterrttcc in plns- Ina chule,trrul lrvcl or iu a„rtic or curo- ».,ry atltrrusclirosis could be attril» ttcd tu t'(1 rxl,u,ure.' Sarmu antl eu•workers, worL:itt;,• uti i,ul;ited fwrftt.e<i hut<<3nrn-~
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50334 2592 TOBACCO--SMORSNG--CARBON MONOXIDE CONTENT OF BLOOD/ IX Wh -77 RJR CLASS N0. P1,~•iPHLET IX Whi-77 s.p. S.P. 1 Bouffant, L. L.; Izard, C.; Daniel, H.; Henin, J. P.; Martin, J. C.; Pf (Centre d'Etudos Recherches Charbonnages France; SEITA, Paris, Fr.) EXPERItdENTAL STUDY IN RATS OF REDUCTION OF CARBON MONOXIDE COaTE:dT OF BLOOD Ar TER CIGARETTE S:SO}:E EXPOSURE, BY t1EA2:S OF OXYGEN INHALATION U.IDER ATMOSPHERIC PRESSURE. ' *(Etude experimentale chez le Rat de la reduction de 1'oxycarbonemie provoqueepar la fumee de cigarette, au moyen d'inhalations d'oxygene a la pression atmospherique.)* C. R. Acad. Sci. Paris,.Ser. D., 284, 983-6 (Mar. 14, 1977)?(in French with English abstract) tKeywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent. _ Iirhen animals ore exposed to cigaretu smoke, the concentration oJcarbon monoxide in blood is rapidly ~ Increased. so that intensive inhalation tests cannot be curried out. A simple apparatus is described ~ to expose Rats alternatitel,v to cigarette smoke and to oxygen in order to reduce the concentration of ~ carbon monoxide in d~e blood. This method makes it possible to increase the doily administration ojsmoke ; considerably: nevertheless. under such conditions, lung tumors scere not observed. +~. . , I d 4 0.0 n a ~.3 q-9- I 4 .: .
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. ~. `~ Co/0 SYl\Tl~'SIS OF A 1`1IXTURE 0 TRI-, AND TETRA SL1EiSTITTTTFD FC'RANS,Tr1YUPHF.~iES,~ N ~ °Y•AI:DSELEL.OPHENES h~ 303. - Synthcse de composes tri- et tetra substitu~s ~ N du fwranne, du thiophine s`t du seacnophene, ~ M to : s / par B. DECROix., ~. MORFi, Gs-l!'AUSaacc.a et P. PASrour j ' (Laboratoire de eA:rnie organique de 1'Irt.cfitui Sc(entijeqre de Houtr-?lorireandie, 76-Alont-Saint-Aignan.J 1 - .. _ . (:Va:tuscrit reGu k i7.i2.7i.) Uans le.hut de s,crthptiser dec h!t«rocyclss i nnyau: condenses icius do f.ranne, du tbiophent et du sFlEnophene, nou.c svoax •meues k pr(•parer des 6rn.ai tri et ti•trasul.sfitues ecs.•ntieae:caent e:.rl.nn.•les de cec troLC hctr.ocyetrf: noux decnvone de nouvta d-ri.es du furanne. du tia.-6phene .t du seirnophPne. notamrnent I:ersairts aci6es diformyl fnrannis cArboxyliques et scides dilorr tLionlirekr~ earl-•x.th,as; nous ind~quuns to outre dt oouveNes vuies d'aeces au triforrnyl-f.3.4 thiu9hene tt ass dt triforrnyl seien(~h-nex 1. - Rappel bibliographique. l.es triformcl et V•t.*aformyl thiopLenes el sAenophenes ont tous etc iselcs: diLerentes voies d':~cces ent eti• utiiisree par trc~is d'eatre n. as (1, 2, 3;. Lcs tritonuyl furnnrs ont elc prepares par C. PL.xr." (4). thioplre~oe 9(T - S) et srl8nophbne 9;T e Se) mtne a triformyl-2.3,4 cor:•espondants 10 o,ui ont cle dEcrits da le memoire prEcedent 11). Notons que le •bromo-4 diformy-1..,3 thioph'ene a t isole par action du but.•lllthium pui; du dirnetrplforu mide sur la dibromo-3,4 ti:iophene (8). Les resultats des reactUons expiicitcres av tableau nous permettent d'aflirmer Gu'a basese temperature 1'inil conversion halogene metal s'eflectur prefPrenti.lirrnent une. intercon.-ersior~ hs•dro~ene-netal et ouc la substituti. ... s,-..T..+..-....+r..o.. i..-...r--r...-T~--.a•-~.^ •~; c•weii~s: ~nthbs~~ 11. - N t ..~n,~ ~~ ~..a- . .-_ r 3~ . ~41a~~1 f _ _ _ " . _ . . ~ . . 0 4 0 0 n 0 13 9.6 , , : f I< ,
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50334 2598 ~.-.._ . .. HEART--TRANSPLANTS/GRAFT FAILURE/w"' 82 II Bi Circulation 41 753-72 (1970) Cardiac Transplaiitation in MAII V7I. Cardiac Allograft Pathology By Cti.+tu.FS P. BtEBEn, M.D., ED-WAnD B. Srtvso., Ti.u. Noaa.vx E. SttcaM•As•, \t.ll., Pf3D., AND JON KosEt:, M.D. 0 4 o p SUMMARl' To date. 12 of 18 patients receiving cardiac allografts at the Stanford Medical Center ha.•e diecl. Five of thece died with some degree of graft failure resulting from rejection injury. The remaining seven demonstrated some morphologic evidence of rejection, but drath ..•a% due to other causes including pulmonary hypertension in two, hemorrhage and sepsis in one, infectimn in two, cerebral embolism in one, and hepatic failure b one. Acute rejection injury was defined in 10 allografts, accelerated acute rejection in one, and chronic rejection in nine. The clinical signs of allufiraft rejection and their morphologic eorrelates were essentially as predicted from the study of orthotopic canine cardiac allografts. The n cl cal e•att~es id ~yost~ f the anatomic lesions of acute rejection were usually rr~rsibe lY cu~ent'mrAl,~ds of immitnosupprecsive therapy. Chronic rejection, manifc•sted i:rimarih• by nhlitcrative intimal proliferation in coronary a:teries, Was !
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lyo0 x/ ~ ~ fJ '`~ ,~'h1 ~ ~ V The f~ren kr~~~~o ~traE ~Gge the ~ranc~s ~~c~~~ Br~y A Candid re}~ort on the ;flroduct Management System- Its Functions and Frustrations . ....._...~._ Ctain Communications, Inc. Chicrc~~, ii"inois 4. 4: -Q. .t~._...4_... . ; . ' . ~. . ,
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± 50334 2601 . ; . . ~ ~ . 'Ie ~ ; Re f iQ ; 123 Pa - - - ~ 5 ~,_,Q. :: tltGhW& Q. b {Sc:uriies an Iublia Opirion 3) s l~ 1551 249 Fagos ~ iD. 3 Yrir•c:aCGn Ur.fvcr:v3ry Preaa i'~,aasta~x, t~ua Jcrcer I , pa-- . , 0~1 ~2 0 t1 p 1 4 0 n 7 , , ;'~
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i 50334 2593 ~ . .. _.,_. 0 I MeBI-81_ LIBRARIES--AUTOMATION/ INFORMATION STORAGE E RETRIEVAL SYSTEJiS-.COI~UTERI2ED/ S.P. \ . ~ RfiORT OOCUYENTATN)N /L a.on w. - - 186 PAOE 4 TW W FM~U The Integrated Library System (ILS): System Overview ~ Charles M. 6oldstein si{}00% WIF41& and Richard S. Dick r bY July 1981 a Mw..r o~rr~rwr. .r~. w. • " C'P^4.1Wi M.nM M/ ~NAw Ia fty.ARMO/MM. IMl IM. Lister Hill National Center for Biomedical Coa.eunications National Library of Medicine, National Institutes of Health u e.W.W0 « e*40 w. Department of Health and Human Services The Integrated Library System (1LS) is a minicomputer-based system in rhich ai1~ automated library functions are processed against a single master bibliographic file. . This report describes the functions which the system supports and outlines the system design from a technical viewpoint. Library Automation On-Line Circulation Systems ILS consists of five major subsystems: 14achine-Readable Cataloging Systems -Bibliographic control (to load and edit MARC-fornat records), -Catalog access (an online public catalog). -Circulation (to track item location and status), -Serials control ( to check in serial issues), and -Administrative (to produce management reports and set systaa parameters). The ILS software will run on any of three types of minicomputer equipment: Data General Eclipse series Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) PDP-11 series (11/23 to 11/70). or IBM series 1. - 0 4 0 0 ~ ,,. aa..w fts+ . e..rq... 7 ,{ " Libra~ ies = 9 9 Inforaiation Systems r ! f ,..
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50334 2608: WATER--ANALYSIS BENZO(a)PYRENE/ CHEMISTRY, ANAL TD 380 Ke 1981 UKhANUCHLORINE COMPOUNDS/ fj 4 y PESTICIDES--DETERMINATION/MUTAGENS/BIOASSAY/ WATER--POLLUTION/PHENOLg.--DETERMINATION/ TIC--ORGANIC/POLYCYCLIC AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/ Advances in the PCB/ Identif ication & Analysis of Organic Pollutants in Water Volume 1 Edited by Lawrence H. Keith ANN ARBOR SCIENCE ~1 ISIBLISHERS INC THE BUTTE0.WCMTH GPOUP 0 40 0 0 0 1 4 0 0 9
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r y~.: • a'1.Q .0x:0'J IiF:`.tiLlifl! 2'a~. (S??-apaA c'.•.R:.'vC`::31iiC Ca~t•^,iai~t:lJ• fCw 7,•?«l0di0 oUc 4~.ofT of gneea. )? t-j LTocef Fe.v»u umii Fuc'.cw .• Phr~~csta'~ f're~t C.hcm, 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 3 9 8 fi , i - . . ~ f , 50334 2585
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1 50334 2599 . • . .,_ , . _ ... 60 Kort-srienc 0 (2, 17S-17$ (1975) . Chlormequat Concentrations for Conatitutent 0 / Growina " RinceritY' Geranium ,~~~C Optimizin~ P liosplioric Acid and t under Alkaline Water Conditions ,~s R. N. Payne2 --~r--~• • Oklahoina State University. Stillwater a 0 © i Table 2. pl applied Seraniun EM400-sm-a~ Fertilizer treatmentz ,yo P 25 5 ppm ppm So 100 00 pprn 200 ppm at)0 ppm y c n w g t an average of 6 No phosphorus was 6 Abstract. Food grade phosphoric acid (75%) was found to be a suitable P source for Pelaqtrntiunt x lrorlorurn cv. Sincerity and was effective as a soil and watcr acidificr• The best P level for overall plant development was 100 ppm P at every irrigation for plants receiving no ehlormequat, and 50 ppm P for chlormequat-trcatcd plants. Lowcst soluble talts levels were at S0-! 00 ppm P. As P in the fertilizer solution increased, leaf of P increased. Other leaf nutrient concentrations were usually higher in plants than in untreated plants. Chlormequat-treated plants were shorter with smallcr I aves a d I d sli l tl more tlowcring branches than untreated o pl't~`~ 0 1 4 0 00 Table 1. Irrii ~ Mg Ns B a S04 =3 aConductivit applications on plant development and 430.0, pH = macronutrient content of 'Sincerity' geraniums, and to study effects of these treatments on soil pH and soluble salt levels. Rooted cuttings of 'Sincerity' geraniums were planted, one per 10 cm clay pot, on March 16, 1973 in sterilized soil mixture of 1 part low fertility sandy loam soil:l part sphagnurn peat moss:t part horticultural perlite. Hydrated lime was added (1.5 kg/m3) and pH adjusted to . . added to the soil prior to planting. 211 was sut Fertilizer treatments were started March ptrosphoric a ~ • ~ ,
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, DRUG'ABUSE/SMOKING HABITS--U. S.! MARIJUANA/ TOBACCO--CONSUr1PTION/INHALANTS/HALLUCINOGENS/ PCP(,PNENCKCI,I,QtNEVaLCOHOL AND CKARETTES/ TOBACCO-=ALCOHOL RELATIOfVSHIP/ RC 566 Un 1979 NATIONAL SURVEY ON DRUG ABUSE: Main Findings:1979 L ~ 50334 2609 raerid. M lWbur.e. r..D. NerbeA I. AAdwe. M.D. Acawpmw rm ar.. n~. Gocw Rueamb cow 1tie 6ca* Na~toa Udw.14 N.tlaai bdmm m Drat Abwr 00ke o(MWKa ad Pmksumg Aldm 5600 PuAea laae Roci.Wc. NWyVnL 70657 ' 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 1 0
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~ 50334-2612 an Industrial Setting. Re J. I?evtwlc'si TaU:tcca Cc>e 0 n 0 1 4 0!r~ PastoxaF Cou7se].inf; in i r,
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78 VI pe TOBACCO--ANALYSIS/ { 50334 2611 . RJ CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 7 8 V I. Pe ~!~„ `?tl~:ta'~ / ~ (National Health b., Rangoon, urma)* DEMONSTRATION OF _ RIJUANA AND OCOA L.EAF IN ILLICIT CIGARETTE SAMPLE. Forensic Sci. 10,'261-64 (1977) (in English) : ~ ~ from the illicit market in various parts of ~ Samples of 32 brands of cigarettes seized ~ nurma were analysed for the precence of marijuana, coca icaf And, other narcotic drugs. Thirteen brands of cigarettes were found to contain marijuana and six brands contained ~ marijuana and cocaine;all of these brands were manufactured in South East Asia.__ Q 4n 0 c1 U t 4 0 i ?. ! + .~'~
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...:...'~i.4.:•..,a. « a i....._.:: ~.~+-....-..wl..-..- RC 261 Do # 50334 2597 Doll, Richard G"U.<^ER h:CITIDu*;CI: XH FIt'E CONTIh'IMS. A ?'gMY-WZ. R?:'POT:'T, by Doll, lttchsrd; r©ter ` .u-nG =d Jbh= Wv tV L lIC iLY e. 1966 242 pp. xnternatiou02. Union Against cancer Gar.a-va, buitscsrZgud p 4 0 0 ~ 0 5 3 9 . I
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5033W 2602 ...1 _.:.,, ; III bu2-7 S.P. . ~b y . Iic/wrt No. -; 7E0f i1 ~ 14. Titlc and Subtitls ~ 2. Govornnr.nt Anc•:stiorr No. A1ISOLUTE PJIyE OF TUE REI.CTI0:1 OF BRO:dIhE ATO:IS 1dlTtt 0'LOtdE IT.0:4 200-3G'J K 7. Author(s) J. V. Michael, J. Ni Lee,V4h1t_kW Payaea t. T C t n _ 9. Performing Organication t:ama and l;ddres NASA/Goddard SpFce Fli&ht Center :.3trocl:emistry Branch, Code 691 Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics Crccnbelt, Harylcnd 20771 12. Sponsoring A; ncy t4ma and Address 3. Rccipient's Cavirc,g tvv. 5. (tc;rart Date .Tnnaary 1978 G. Performini3 0rqaninition Codo G. f crfonnir+.p OrQanizcUon lieport No. 17. Key Words (Sclrctcd by Au:nor(s)1 Flash photolysis, bromine ztors, ozone, rate constant 13. Type o! Report and Period Covered 16. RbstrEct - The rate constPnt for the reaction br + 03 - BrO + 02 has been measured from 200-360 K by the technique of flash photolysis couplcd to tine resolved detection of bromine atons by resonance fluorescenc^ (FF-RO. Dr atoms were produced by the flash photolyAis of C113Rr at a> 164 r.m. [03] was monitored continuously under r.caction conditions by absorption at 253.7 nat. At each of-five teaperatures the results were independent of substanrial var±ations in [03J, total pressure (Ar), and limited variations in flash ir.tensity (i.e. initial [Br]). The e:easured rate constants obey thc,Arrheniuf expression, k - (7.74 + 0.50) x 10-12 exo(-603 + 16/T) cm3 ctolecule"f s-1, vhere•the ert:or quoted is two standard deviations. The results arc compared , with previous deterwi.uttions which have etrployed the'discharge flow-mass spectrometric techaique. ~o o ba 1 .4 oo~ :: , ! , ,
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50334 2615 XX MeF'-E-410-74 { : ; WORLD HEALTH ORGANIZATION Jolnt FAO i WHO Food Standards Programme . UNITED NATiONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION CAC/fiS 44-1971 RECOMMENDED INTERNATIONAL STANDARD . EOR APRICOT,.PEAGH(ANQ PEAR NECTARS i PRESERVED EXCLUSIVELY BY PHYSICAL MEANS d 4~~ 0'0 U!~ 0 1 .~b
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~ 50334 2604 `- ~ . ~ _ .. .._ . ~ + BBA Report SIOCNIMICA ET DIOPIIYSICA ACT) + + ~ aa3~,~ ayo-~(~9• BHA Rt:~ ' t3DA 41191 '^--~ ~RU -11 Eicctron paramasnctic resonancc studies on the natttrc of hcmoprotcins in $f ,1 nitrite and nitric oxide reduction f CD. COX, )r., W.3. PAYNE aiid D.V. DERVARTANIAN Departments ofbficrobiofogy and Biochemistry. University of Georgia. Athens, Ga. 30601(USA.). (Receivcd Scptcmbcr 3rd, 1971) SUMMARY e Nitrite and nitric oxide reductases and c-type cytochromes were isolated from nitrate-grown Pseudomonas pcrfectomarinus. EPR measurements indicate the direct participation of c-type cytochromes in . the reduction of nitrite to nitric oxide. The EPR resonance of heme-NO complexes is observed with g-valucs at 2.03 and 2.10 with "N hyperfine splitting of 16.2 Gauss. Quantitative EPR measurements indicate that all the c-type cytochromes involved in nitrite reduction arc in the heme-NO complex forms and that these complexes account 4~ Q fqZabgpt 1~%of,~hc jptalAitriF pxide observed. l) t) A iffcre~nt cr,{ypd~~.t~hrome was found to be involved in the reduction of NO ~ to Ni 0 with the majorg-value of the heme-NO complex at 2.06. A time-dependent ;~
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50334 2606 0 4 0 0" I MeA7-80. S.P. ~--- ---~ .oRriaIo ~MANAGEMENTJ Cosmetic Retailers Abroad Make Space for US Products ane entity In the Revlon sttvcturo. Equally as good Is performance In Latin America and the Caribbean. But all is not ••very good" even for Cosmetic dealers and retailers abroad can expect more US products. thisever-growing,continuallysuccess- Overseas sales by cosmetics eom- ful firm. "We did not do quite as well 11 panles are the best Insurance that in the Far East and Canada markets, products will have an increasing aum- the spokesman says. That b chalked ber of buyers. After all, the worW's up to the strong position of the indige- populatbn is always growing. ~+s Shishedo, and the cultural bias Within that overseas slructure, against fragrance In Japan, an attl- lude that Is slowly but surely ehang- however, the best way to balance cur- Ing rency nuctuations, a major problem. -While Revlon has not more than 4 D to spread products over the widest set of countries, always rememberinR to 3 percent of any nation's cosmetic market, each nation rep sents a di~tere , and, in most eountries, has ~~`].'..^.~~ ity t~atiorly, Qancfi an only 2 to 7 percent of the market, it e:- '~~~.~~ , L/ pects Internatlonal growth in 1978 W EYI\ur y. •,&M .w . -.. ,YIOU n. -./t /I-I+I. PURCHASING , C "A Revlon spokesmar in the Europe-Middle Es tity in the Revlon structur eontrol manufacturing, sales anC keting. Concerning marketing, where eompanks, such as Avon, may an effort to fit in with the local e, through advertising using nativ. formers, Max Factor uses Its V gin as an advantage. "One thing we try to eonve) eee reason for our success, is local companies express them! as local; so we present a difi point of view. All packages have i wood. Paris and London on ther have been very succeasful with }
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W /h DsoRP i jr e c. ~~ra a~.~ a~~i~.~ ~.~ ~ , ~'"`i~iGt _- aste 'aer ~~e a~~i~.~'~~~~gpl~~e~at ~ . . 1971 7AD r?P' Pe. ~ Ln l47 ~ ? / .~ ~6n ~ . ~ 0 4 a o ~ o i 4 0 0~ c: •ftZorf&
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I 50334 2613 t t 1 I , ~ '' .,.. - -/ 7 s, .n. TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Plcase reod hjuruct+uns on thc reverte before eomnl.r(nrl. - 1. REPORT NO. 2. EPA-450/3-74-061 4. TITLE AND SUBTITLE Determination of tho Feasibility of the Long-Range Transport of Ozone or Ozone Precursors TAUTHOR(S) I D. L. Blumenthal, W. H. White,'R:,L, Peacet an . J3. Smith p. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Meteorology Research, Inc. Box 637, 464 W. Woodbury Road ' Altadena, Calif. 91001 (A subsidiary of Cohu, Inc. ) 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Environmental Protection Agency Office of Air and Waste Management Office of Air Quality Pianning and Standards Research Trianel'e Park, N. C. 27711 PB 241 159 6. REPORT DATE November 1974 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 41 8. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. 10. PROGRAM E-LEMENT NO. 11. CONTRACT/GRANT NO. 68-02-1462 . 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Final 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE 16. SUPPLEI.IENTARY NOTES This report was prepar ed with the cooperation of the Califor a Air Resources Board, Sacramento, California. ~ 4a [1 fl Cj I A ni w 16. ABSTRACT t . r br----i- ~~ /
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~ 50334 2619:` t ._ . ... .. " . CITkUS ~'~UZ'PS/~!('IkI(:UL`1'URAI. SCIS.dyF/aET:P,1CIt)i.,ri!?:.'SLCiIGIJ:E:r/1 RCiTTS/ V1:'GF.TASLLS/tUNr,ICIEES/OKANGE 'Jt1T.CE/Torul2'UES/GRAPf:FRUIT/?-:ANGCS/ PAPAYA/PLt.I3T SCIENCES/ 'LOkEItS/ 'P4RCH--S1 7fZoPr!~H4 SU 369 F1 1974 .,Lj.UI.IDA STATL•' IiUI.TICtJLTL'ItAL SUCILTY, 1^74 CIGFITY-SFVCNT!-I ANNUAL MEETING PROCEEDINGS Oi: tfte ' 46 FLORIDA STA-rE I.,J.,ORTICULTURAL SOCIETY held at Miami Beach, Florida November 5-7, 1474 ,.. 0 4n0() 01 4-0 2 0
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_ 50334 2591 . XX Mc+R -7R S.P. f`tT'T)TCAT, FTT,R) Thnrzx 3't, 14-25(Frh. 1Q74) Polyvinyl chloride pneumoconiosisl U A. ARNAUD, P. POMMIER UL' SANTI, L. GARBE, WMXYANs, AND J. CIiARPIN ' From the Clinique de Pneumo-phtisiologie. I!<Spital Sainte AfarEuerite, Marscille and the Laboratoire d'il natomie Pathologique. llvpital de la Conception, Marseille. France ., Arnaud, A., Pommier de S:+nti, P., Garbe, L., Payan, N., and Charpin, J. (1978). Thorax, 33, 19-25. Polyvinyl chloride pneutnoconiosis. A 53-year-old man, who had been cxposed for 23 years to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) in the bagging area of a vinyl chloride polymerisation plant, presented with a diffuse micronodular infiltrate on his chest radiograph. Light microscopy of luna obtained by drill biopsy showed a diffuse infiltration with histiocytes and multinucleated giant cells, with some colla^en formation. Ultrastructural studies showed foreign particles in the macrophages, which were identical with PVC powder viewed under the electron microscope. Incubation of PVC powder with human lung macrophagcs in vitro showed that the macrophages engulfed the powder to give a similar ultrastructural appearance. Pneumoconiosis due to polyvinyl chloride (PVC) tuberculin skin test was weakly positive. Sputum was first described by Szende et al. (1970). Several examination for htycobucterium tuberculosis on epidemiological studies have since been made, three specimens was negative. which tend to demonstrate that PVC or vinyl The red blood cell count was: 419X10'/l; chloride (VC) inhalation may be responsible for haemoglobin 13•2 g/dl; Ieucocyte count 6-6X 10'/I abnormalities of pulmonary function and chest with 40% 1ymphocytes and 60% neutrophils; radiograp:. (Lilis et aL, 1975, 1976; Miller ct al., platelets 29-iX10'/1; erythrocyte sedim:ntation 1975; Suciu et al., 1975). However, histopatho- rate 6 and 20 mm/h; cholesterol 2•11 0/l; total k)&k*cal~scriior~ of this djsea~~ ar~,in~nuent. bilirubin 6 mg/1; serum alkaline phosphatase 5 ~ ~%%'EJde be~kretdne s[ich cltse 3fid a`,dtu of the U 1• SGOT 25 U/1; SGPT 39 U/1. Pulmonar • ) uttrastructure of a lung biopsy specimen. function tests shnwed fnrrrd vital ranacih- VR~ , r
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-nnar.l...-a.- .1-r~.aw.._..•..... - --- . ;: Industrlal ststlstlcs. 2. Qnallty coutrol. }1AA0.I6i'4--194:L 311.2 47-17318 ~ © 21Jnn47; author, Rnleigh, N. C.; A7:i77. Q' An introduction to industrial statistics and quality con- 27E trol, by Paul Peach ... 2d ed. Raleigh, N. C., Edwards & p Broughton co. t19471 xv, 235, j1j p. dlnRrs. 231 cm. "SugRNtlons for advanced study" : p. 221-226. i f 50334.2616 ~.1 Library of ConRress (M8d2t 0 4 c~ 0 o Q 1 4 0 1,,,7 i
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~- _ VOL. S. NO. 10 ~P. ~a ~•~~ ~ G1sOP11YSIGIL RESiiAkCN LETTERS t•. N OC!'OBER 1978 --~T~ - ~s III Du2-79 S.P. TII ~, E REACTION Cl + 112C03 IIC1 + 11C0: . 2e DECREASED SENSITIVITY OF STRATOSPHERIC OZONE TO CHLORINE PI:RTURBATIOJIS L. J. Stief, J. V. Michael, 111 Mnd D. F. Nava NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center • Laboratory for Extraterrestrial Physics, Greenbelt, Maryland 20771 D. M: Butler and R. S. Stolarski NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center Laboratory for Planetary Atmospheres, Greenbelt, Maryland 20771 Abstract. The absolute rate constant for the molecule-1 sec-1 independent of temperature is roaction C1 + 112C0 -- HC1 + 11C0 has, been determined appropriate. by the flash-photolysis-resonance fluorescence method to he 7.5 ± 0.9 (2a) x 1011 cm3 molecule-1 Implications for Stratospheric Chemistry sec1 at 2981: and to have a negligible temperature dependence. This rate which at stratosphcric Reaction (1) plays two roles in stratospheric temperatures is more than 2000 tines faster than chemistry -- it converts catalytically active the rate of C1 + Ci14 and more than a factor of 2 chlorine (Cl + C10) to the tcmporary inactive faster than Cl 4 110Z, indicates that formaldehyde. reservoir 11C1 and it destroys 112C0. Its signifi- (112C0) will compete significantly with nethane cance is determined by hc•w competitive it is with (Ctl4) and 1102 f.:r the conversion of active chlorine othor reactions which have the same roles. in 1he stratosphere to the inactive reservoir 11C1. First, consider the conversion of Cl to HC1. Chlori& ~ wj~l ~usOe :~le ef4ici~t Ost&•er~ Reactions (2) through (5) in table (1) also do of stratosp(icric ozone than previous y believed. . this and are presentlY included in stratospheric OnC-ditnCnsional eddy-diffusion photochenical model photochemistry models. .To assess the relative 50334 2603
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I -,.- QC 771 U 1, 50334 2614 ....,._._~_.~....e_... ~. ._...~. _._ ~ . _..n :..y.=..:......~~-.-:s:..LH3.'l~.i,.1.S.m:.v.ew~.: Interm:.tiozral Conference on the 1'eace:ftal Uses of AtoraS.c Energy. 2d, Geneva, 1958. ProceedinCs. Genevo, United Iiations, 1958 33 v. illus. 28 cm. (United DJctior.3. (Docwient) A/C onf . 15/1) "United Ivations public~.-~tion. Sales no.:58.ix.2. Cover title: FeHcefui uses of r_to:ai.c energy. Includes biblio,-,raphic.a references. Contents.-v. 19. The usE.' of isotopos: industriLa use. - v. -,0. Xsotopes in re: eurct:. - v. 29. Chemical effects of radiation. 0 0 4 E~ 00 U 1 4 0 1 5 :.
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- ----,._... _ , ... .... -- . ..-..- ..__"_;. _ - ~.~~s. -............,.... _... FRUIT--DISEASES AND P%STS--COYTROL/ ' PLANTS--DISEASES. AI1D PESTS/.._.. . Agriculture Handbook No. 414 ~ Market Diseases of Stone FrultS: Cherries, aw &m%1%:0. IdTectarines, Api•i~;ots, y~ and Plums XX !{cP-C-224-73 ._ , , D..__.?_ ._?, , 9 ------ ---~ UN!•!'£D STATrS DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE ..,~ . By JoxH M. HARVEY, NILSOIY &.r•iltlTit, djL, and JACOB IAUPMAx Abrieuftural Re.earch Servlce Wa~h:r.gtoa, `al.r. I.suad Dertnbr_r~14TY lr s.k evid: ~ar.r,nLaieae et Da.uren!:. U.3. Cnvere~eeoi Nrfsere. tTp".o , WWin.:nn. D.C 2Y4JY. Prr. {S e~a4 . stoo2 .vinSr OJ00-1{ef ;~
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? 50334 2623 PERGAMON REF QD 151 Sn 1973 TEXTS IN INORGANIC CHEMISTRY, VOL. '22. : The Chemistry of MANGANESE . R. D. W. Kemmitt TECHNETIUM AND RHENIUM Chapters 37, 38 and 39 of Y~ 3.--Comprehensive Inorganic Chemistry J.C,Bailar, Jr. PERGAMON PRESS If.3 ' OXTORD NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY - . PARIS . BRAUNSCHWEIG ~ T._.. 0 4 Q Q ~ b 1 4 0" ~ q 4 ~ ~ ~/
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I 50334 2579J i ENVIRONMENTAL MONITORING/WASTE WATER--ANALYSIS/ HEADSPACE TECHNIQUES/CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY• ~ v' m n~1 Sciet ~t~~~~ 4 ~ • . I R L SCIEMC~ AND F.~VG ~ tAlF.NT ~~IVI~Oi G hq ~ ~ • ; ~: ~4 d Y~. I- f +' 3}..4L~ volh;" - '` r.Soecb'lukc_onProjresilnPriority:Poll~.taat ntv „~ti ;•~ a 2~~r4.'1~ An Evaluation of Factors AffectiaS the Microextraction ttw ,~. r - . :. ' • :e rA . : . r ~. . . ,,1.aboratory.ldanaQement in.Methoda.Development . . . J. H. Taylor, C. Jackson. M. Milicr, and D. R. Rushnecl Estimated Application of Gas Chromatographic Neadypace Analysis to Priority Pollutants ......... k'. F. Cowcn and R. K. Bayner < Experimental Application of Gas Chromatographic . . Headspace Analysis to Priority Pollutants .......... : C. Jac°klon,~ij=f! Scholex, and D. R. Rushneck G. R. Umbreit and R. L. Grob : Approach to Quality Arsurance/Quality Control Lt the Pr•arity Pollutant Analyses of.Industrial Wastewateart , Organic Chemicals Industry Monitoring Program .:.:... . . Using a Microextraction Approach .••..••:'. •+..f• :A f<. Holtsciaw and A!. A Neptune "3 !. W. Rhoades and C. P. Nulton MARCEL DEKKER, INC. New York and Basel ibutiona to this journal are published tree of charge on r ~~ 0 •$o 4oo p U I of Benzene, Toluene, Ethylbenfene and o Xylene into Pentane . . .. .. .. .:. ... .....::., .:....w. . . K. E. Thrun, K. E. Sirnmons, and J. E. Oberholtiei AppGcation of Current Methods for Metals Determination M Wastewaters from the Ortanica/Plattica Industry ..... C. S. Monteith and J. E. Gebhart Analytical Problem Solving with Verification Samples Interference Reduction Options .............. . , ,
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I MeA7-80 Chem. Mkt. Rept. 211, 29-60 (June 20,. 1917) S.P. 50334 2607 Cosmetics Future Tied toTreatment Product; .,.••. ~ Industry Could Giow 10 Percent Yearly .... z..... ~ ` By Meeting Demand for lmproved Produr;ts To Combat the External Signs ol Aging ~ sy atllUW1i1SMQ ~, Whither go treatment products, so goes the cosmetics-market. 7 extent of growth of treatment products will be the deciding factor In I question over whether cosmetics growth will achieve the expected 9 10 percent rate in 1977 and through the early 1l80's. The meeting of the consumer demands for improved products, pri ucts that work for them and don't Just cover them up. Is a necessity blessing and a curse. !f you don't tell a woman what benefit she'll t from using what you're selling - be It a moisturizing foundation, after-bath mositurizer, or a protein rich, body-building shampoo. t won't buy it: . .. . • . • _ _ . . But the more you tell that woman, not only the more she'll want know, but the fewer cosmetics she'll have to choose from. A discrimin ing man or woman today just won't buy without knowing the compa: tive benefits of every product about to be purchased. So. if one does i gives out information - everyone will have to. That is, if he's marketi to the growing more discriminating audience, . fY1r111icFa.t'.n'M.nv.rTV .INn nFVnTtnN nof the world will also develop a highly devoted clientele that they will n o Ulose. That clientele will base its loyalty on the knowledge it gets from t department store cosmetic counselor. :. • At the same time, the Erno Laxlos, Cliniques and Germaine Monte I LBeautY Chemicals '77: New Growth Areas Chartec
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i 50334 2635 MeF ~eanpt`,)ljstorq; The National Peanu~.Counci7; . IXX .., . , ..x- (1970) kand..,Ggor$~~Washingto~ a,}ve~, ~ S.P. F,. J. P.cynis c:c T'obacco Co., Ite seer.ch cn1 Produc[ Lc:Ve1oF.Hent 1)cpartranta, Science lniormat :va Bivisioii :t LZV1L',i„L F::ODS. C 250. :=1S & NUT YtC6av:.l:a, 13y Y.. J. t:~-'ytlolds '1'o:J3cCo Lo., Rc,_a,.ch cud P;-o4uct T)we1oFmLzir_ Dc r,srt~oenEcs, Scicnce Ynfo"s2tion Uivici.on, unci LeRoy t4eek. :.970 A collcctiou of materigl 'v'ir,stou•-SC1em, tt. C. 0 4 t~ 0 n 4 1 ,4 0 3 6
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p 4 0 0 0 0 I R. J. Re}^nold3 Tobacco Compsr.}•, ReAearch artd Product "OfuvelepmeEit Deparziar•nts, Scier.ce Inforz-iation Illvisioc; LITRitAxtTi:E SP.AR Ch"cS, by R. 3. Reynolds Tobacco Conrpany, Pec;c!Arr.n cr.d rroducf: Development De7erira^n`a, Science Infor`:iaCfon D:4visioa, end 41illism W. Menz. 1967 uinsron-Sa1em, N. C. 404,.I i 0 f
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50334 2634 S .•-, -~ R'UTS / X X HeF-C -xWY . BULLETIN 431 AFri~ 1972 . . , .. - ; Development and llse of Defatted ,teanut-rflou AGRICULTURAL EXPERIMENT STATION. • XENNETH S. RYMAL„ and JAMES J. SPADARW AUBURN UMIVERSITY, AUBU$jd, ALABAMA . . _ 2•: HUBERT HARRIS, ELIZAB:THi Y. DAVIS, MILDP.ED S. VAN de - . . . . j: INTRODUCTION . . !7'•.. . .. . .~. . .. • O~A i 1rE pF~..crr (Arachis 1: fl)obaca L.) is arown pri~narily. for human food in the United States. In some other parts of the ~vorld it is used as aninial fecd, or only the oil is used for human food while the hrotein rich remainder is fcd to animals or used as fertil'zer Yramlts are reco ;nixed as :: valuable source of vet;e- ~~••T~ly~.~~~.~~u~,~.: - - . , -J ~A/ MARK,
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50334 2644 ~ iXX ' . i{1N -t?g -- A I ~Re$ Collection of Material !(19G8), J P2}rnolda Tobacco Co Itwgcarch ar:d ' 0.., llr. alopment Dapcrtmenta, 8ciin ce Info-mAtion Df.vi.a-ion 't'?~-rYST fiaw.bS MD li(3LLS, C0:•~.F'C.~'iY:.T.O: 'Y:.T.O:' OF -- A Con lection of tiwtcrial ?95S vuricus Paaes Uinr ton-Sa.lem, North Carolina .--...,.._...-.-,-.......r-..-...,..r•,..-....,v,-fs..,.._,.••,-•-r....._.~,.:----~,e.<-.,.~s.,. . . .. , . .•~ 0 4~ Q 0~! 4 0 4 5. I I I ,,-,
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: .a 50334 2626 i II Me-76 S.P. Manuf.'Conf, 55(1)22-43 (Jan. 1975) A ATOXIN QUALITY CONTROL SET-tINAR. M zilufacturinwYYeiiuut Yroducts to, Comply with FDA Aflatoxiii Regulations T/!C,OllUa:illr; QPC Uhs'tlYlCt.S• of `)Q))('P.S))I'C'•S'CJ11G'd .'iSs'U(.'iQtiUt75, Al'cCIt1G•SYIQf/, DCct;Ntl)L't' 4, 1974, 'tt tltC ScittiNllt' Sf)Ot]JYIf'ed by l/tc':r\'nli;lncrl Peu- Full ct)t)ics• of ttll t)ui)C1s• mrsenlcd rtt i/tiy Sc•ttt- -itti Cotittr.'il in conjitttctic)n (Git/t: \'uliniial Cnn- ittctr tcill be rtt:ailuhle tlu•ottt;/t llle Nutic)Itnl ' 'ecfiolicis anrl Peanut 13tltler .Ilmtttfactttt'cra• 1'uartutCutntcil. i'OOD SAFETY: A REGULATORY AND LF.(:ISL.;1'IVE OVF.RVIEI•T By Charles Fe1dherp, CPC Ir.ternational Inc. "ROPCSEI) TOLERANCE FOR AFLATOXIN IN PEANUTS By John R. Wessel, F.D.A. 1FLATOXIN RESEARCH: CURRENT STATitS AND OUTLOOK By Charles J. Kensler, Arthur l). Not:: Abstuacts of several other papers are in this pamphlet. ' ~~- . 0 4 0 o n 0 1 4 p 2 7 ~....~ . . Little, inc. , ,
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xx Un6 / a _~~Mr-~rl" U. S. Dept. af Agric. , A;~ric~ t9m_ ketf.ng, `:-czny. , hmit Aad re,?fecb2e Uav. Pna.LTT (U. S. Dept. of A$;rAc. r A~ric. 24n.k~ eiaf Scrv., 2lnrkeCin." BaI f.ti r.in P;o. 29) Ja.n. 19G4 32 p. Hasniagtou 0 (~ 4 0 0 0 0 ~4 0 3_ 8
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I TP 370 ~ etl',~~-f3fiandarde:~ f w o . a 4 o Q o 0 14 0 3 3 _ .;.t.. ;.. . . ,. . . . .. _: .r f A 50334 2632 ' <_,.. ... WOOdz'OO~, 3a~r~ ~C'~q ~.~, PRC~S:~St~, PROD~Tu • l+V++O 66 Westport! Corin• RYI C°~ .
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see DISSF.R'TATZONS--OKLAHOMA STl,T;: O1:LA1tOMA STATE lr,1rX%RSITY--.)ISSF.RTATIONS UNrvr:r.; t :°1 ) P EAN UTS--CN ENf I ST RY / NUTS / gi=. Off. r_1 . ,q • I TF', ~ 370• Yo ` • 1970 ' DIOC.ltEHICAL STUDIES OF PEAh'UT (ARACHIS • }KPOCAFA L.) QMLIlY : Clyde Thaws Young , .., . , bachclor of Science North Carolina State University RaleiEh, North Carolina 1952 Master of Sciencc North Carolina State University -Ralcigh, North Carolina . 1955 SubtsftteQ to the Faculty of the CraCuate of the ORlAb4..-%a State Universi ty College in partial fulfillcent ofifi`c-requiresents for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY July 1970 ~.~.,,..... ~ ^-- -- f- ------ 0 4- 0 0 tt ~l 1 4- 0 4~ ,
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~ 50334 2622 ~ . . ; ~ _.,. U. E. Dcpt. of hgriculturo Resanrch Serv. 1ir-DR {'•i:M',LVv PEAC'dU-•A F:'.ACTzC.:L C:L'sTJE FQ;t r-Bx ~.r:lwlMG CO'LYI s RLQ's>-1F.M.'_~iUS AN-0 Cr,O:,IM3 rltMg. U. :. G:.7t* of 1'.,^,xicu2tarc, F.griculture Iofomatian Etsl.6tLn Fo. 293. 1965 12 p. l7n8b4ngto13 0 4 ~ o ~ 0 1 4 0 2 3
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50334 2639 .ft ~ 3ai~ s131 a r 4 0 4 COCOA BUTTER/FLAVORANTS/FOOD--FATS/F-X[JI.SIFIERS/ _,~EAN1~r;;~OIL/SOYBEAN/OILS--HYDROGF.NATION/FATS--IIYDROCEVATInh'/DAIRY PRODUC' FOOD TECIINOLOGY REVEIW NO. 49/FATS, EDIBLE/OILS, EDIBLE/ TP 370 Cu 1979 ED@SME 01S AN®. FAIRS) Recent Developments Marcia Gutcho NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridge. Now Jersey. U.SA. 1979 • -513 ,, - sZ6 , " 7 c
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so II ~ane lPopcorn l Conducted At NAC Western Regional Meeting ORE THAN 100 atttusement- recrcation industry concession- airrs, equipment tnanufact- urers and supplies to the concession trade participated in panel discussions during the two-day Western Regional Concessions Conference sponsored by the National Association of Concession- aires at the Biltmorr hotel in Los Angeles, Feb. 17-18. The conference was held in conjunc- tion with the National Candy Whole- salers Association convention and West- ern Candy Show and covered a wide range of topics, all dealing with ideas and methods of increasing concession vending sales. IMPORTANT PANEL AMONG the important panels was one conducted on popcorn by Edward S. Redstone, president of NAC, and Al Lapidus of the Al Lapidus Popcorn Supply Co. of Los Angeles. Andrew S. Berwick= Jr.ipresident of brid corn in order to get the tnaximum popcorn yields was emphasised by H. E. Chrisruan, vice president, Cretors ~ Co., Nashville, Tenn. BAN CiR1T1CI2FA HE ALSO eriticined the filnn distrib- utors for inserting clauses in their ex- hibition contracts banning the sale of popcorn during so-called "hard ticket" ~ 50334 2636 engagements and urged theater exhib- itors to resist signing contracts which carry such discriminating bans. Louis L. Abramson, NAC executive director, discussed the values in NAC membership, pointing out that members profit not only frolu new ideas received but from personal contacts with industry leaders. The Association, he said, has fostered an , interindustry cooperative program with every segment of the food, beverage and equipment industry, r with special emphasis placed on pop- ' corn, candy, ice crcam, and soft drink product groups. 1963 Hybrid Popcorn Performance t Trials Conducted THE PURPOSE of the Hybrid Popcorn Performance Trials is to compare new experimcntal popcorn hybrids with hybrids currently being used in commercial popcorn pro- duction. T~ ~rite~a unreplicated observation plots. Hybrids from the following organizations were included in solne of the trials: Iowa Agricultural Exixrnnent Station, Ames, . Iowa: Ames Seed Farnn. Ames. loa•a;- and Chester Hybrids, Valparaiso, Ind. ~ pa ~v~ns are The trials were conduct~ner- , "''C:~ 'VJ r 0 .t'~
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~ 50334 2646 ~ ., .. _ _.. PEANUTS/FISH/MEAT QUALITY/PROTEINS/ TP 370 Ad 1980 ADVANCES IN FOOD RESEARCH Vt~e, f.J1p•J A. t' (! /llll'HFSII R Nr. .\nNUnrr i..nndee.m. In." .\n 1"...1. \.~. L..l MnJ Arnerr..n l ~.nk l.IrnJ f >t. MRAK G 1. S71~wAR7 !I ( NIN-- .l'\ .N (YIII..Iqra (AnH. fald~ner.~ 1980 l1n.n. (rlJanr.r T ACADEMIC PRESS A.~nAUJW/. .q HY.LWII I/W / JMYM.1 N A. PMMIrIIYh Ncw yor{; L(mJon Toronto Sydney San Franci%co 0 4 ~ 0 ~ 0 1 4 0 q 7 / )
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f 50334 2647 ~ M~ y"fl-WMI A!-Eachv! , A', )4. Tqr: NU TR lT I V E VALUE oF PEANUX' CATI MEA4j karE1N AND AIarPRfl7~1n M10c!~ ~'o~e c~l~clcs ~. ~y X M. .41 ehut. ?yVing} .~t. ; W. C3ui 1 benuf 1~. ~. G. Vv &hae-Fer. Qepri nted -frorn; ~Pou-htry Se.i . a~ (No. 't~ ~lo2- U07 G)uI~t t4~1 Q 4 n 0 4 0 1 4 0 4 8 . • ~
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.. ~ Correlation of Volatile Components o~eanur Products with riavqy 5coi e. ~ 71 iz 'xe2-77 i. Shelf Life Studies on Peanut Butterl; S• P• Sar1 P Fore I-i I' Du u ancl T T W ids«•orth . , . . P Y, . . . ~ AI3STRACT GAS CIIRO1fATOGRAPIIIC ANALYSIS Samples of three commercial brands of peanut but- tcr stored In the dark at about ?5•C were evaluated periodically by direct gas chromatography and by their processors' taste panels. The areas of 9 peaks of each volatiles profile were computed and correlaled with flavor scores. The natural logarithm of inethyl- butanal peak area/hexanal peak area correlated with flavor score of pcanut butter in earlier work, corre- lated well with flavor score for one brand of peanut butter, but other gas chromato'graphic peak ratios gave better correlations for the two other brands. Peanut butter, Volatiles,. direct gas chromatography, flavor. The flavor of peanut products is a major con- cern of the peanut industry. Sincc ta"ste panels are expensive to maintain and often produce highly variable results, an instrtunental method is needed to evaluate flavor. Although volatile flavor- and arom f)reljf ccl~lrot~lpon~ts~pf lkan,~s ~t% bc~,t im•esji't;ated ~c~tc i1.~t~•c•1-4 1;i, 'G-14, 1(~,," tfi'e A AlicroTek 2000 11F gas chrotnato; raph with flamt~ Ionization detector, aWestronics Lll-11-BI) recordcr. anu an Infotronies CRS 100 integrator %%cre used. A siliconc O ring was placed at the base of the inlet and lampcu down around the end of the column adapter (see Firure 1). A glass rod was twisted in a freshly opened jar of pcan:rt butter to a depth of about 50 mm until 0.2 g to 0.3 T of peanut butter adlrered to it. The rod with the weighed sample was placed immediately in an inlcl liner that hnd been hlu.g.-ed at the buttom with t:lass wuol, and the linc; was inserted into the heated inlet of the gas chromato- graph. The inlet retainer nut was replaced and tit•htcne.l against lhe inlet liner to producc a::cal between the lower lip of llie liner, the silicone O•ring. and the base of 1110 inlet. When the inlet was closed .rith the septunT aii.i sehtrun nut, the carrier gas was torced to flow upward and then down throu~;h the liner, as shown in Figure 1. GLASS r;oo--_ I ~ SEPTUM NUT ^-.-SEPTUM
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~ 50334 2645' }#AT;,;Ikz.AL,,. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Informar.ion Division TOBACCO, SYNTHETIC--A LITERATURE SEARCH, by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Depts., Science Information Division, and William W. Menz 1967 Winston-Salem, N. C. . - . ~ . .i . . 1 . 0 ~1 0 0 tl 0 1 4 0 4.6
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~ 50334 2654 Hanlin, Richard T. FUNGI IN DEVELOPING PEANUT FRUITS. Mycopatiiologia et Mycologia Applicata 38 (1-2) 93-100 (1969) ..~ . . ~ . . . ' r . . . .. U 4 n 0 n 0 ~ 4 0 5-•.5 1 i /
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FOOD--CtiEMICAL C'JtiPOSITION/AROMA/FRUITS/VEGETAIiLES--ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ ~~ SPICES/BREAD/MILK PRODL1CTS/EGGS AND POULTRY/riEAT/FISI!/BFVERACES/PINEAPPLES/PAPAYA/;N PASSIQN FRUIT/CI'PRUS F1tUITS/POPCOItN/COCOA/110NEY~r.FAjiUTS/NUTS/SOY33EAN/ ~ ~~ d"~ M . 370 Ce ~ l ° ,, ~ CENTI2AAL lNSTITUUT. VOOR VOEDINGSONDERZOEK ~~-r..,, t^ 2973 2 C. PDDL I C. CENTRAL tNSTRUTE FOR NUTRITDON AND FOOD RESEARCH Utrechtseweg 48 (NSTiTUT CENTRAL DE LA NUTRfTlON ET GE L'ALIMENTAT{ON .~• Zelst ~ZENTRAUNSTiTUT FOR ERNAHRUNGSFORSCHUNG RAPPORT NR. Ft 4030 LISTS OF VOLATILE COMPOUNDS IN FOOD. prs. S van Straten ,7tute 1973 . (third eSition) 7 raes Fl.ora de Vri3er second edition 1969 Report R 1687 ~ Gehe!e of gedeeltetijke publikatie van dIt nppart Is aonder schrlftelijkt toesten•.ming verboden. ~ Total or partial publication of this report without written assent is not allowed. r f I .s. .I•0 ~..lf •.et,*, ~ ;~- ' _=~. ~ ---...,. _......,, _ ....1...,... _ - .,..,.• . ' 0 4 b 0 (l-0 4 0 S A j first edition 1963 Report R 1bf37
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~ 50334 2641 ~._ 7 3 o W 3c. Po(AL Wooctroaf, Jasper Guy ~ C. .^1~~Fa^~t,`~: v1'~Qti: PfiGy:,SS7[I i# Pt20IY'tL `a ~ 1gV" 219? P?• AYI Publ.iegins~, C4M'3ary, IM•. Wsstpol,ts Crwne . . .. . ~~.,.-,.......7,...--,~ 0 4~ 0 n::0 t d 0 d?.- ,
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I --FLUE-CURED--GEORGIA/ TOBACCO--ALLOTMENT/TdBACCO--GEORGIA/ , -- M .... TdPACCO---ECONOMICS/._..__,-.,.. Y N:= 79.XI. Ca TOBACCO--AGRICUT.TURE--LAND-RENTAL/"- ~; . '...: RJR CLASS NO. PAAiPHLET 79 XI Ca O : Carley, D. H. : WO ; (Univ. Ga., Coll. Agr. Exp. Sta*., Georgia Sta., Ga., U, S~ M f FARM RENTAL PRACTICES IN SOUTH GEORGIA WITH EMPHASIS ONIPEANUTS AND . FLUE-CURED TOBACCO. i Ga. Agr. Exp. Sta. 1978 (No.'220) 5-36 (1978) (in English) Rental of land, allotments, and quota is an important activity of Georgia ~ agriculture. The rental market though is imperfect with quite variable . 71ralcs and arrangements. Objectives oC this study were to determine the r' ' 7 e1r..rMsrn nib fh.+ rrnfnt m:irl:ef Anll tvnes nf rental activitv. to determine prevailingvrental rates and variability in rates, and to anal ze factors ; = ~ influencins and contributing to various levels of rental rates~~~ .r t 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 4 9 , l . f I
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•.J '~..ir:-ir•....a....tw..I..-_ " • • . . TiIS,SERTATIOPiS--NORTEI-CAROLIPlA S1;l~TF.•.G:TLVERSITY-~P~4NiT'ls; LIPIUS-~-i(r,"3;%~>CiG~;:;3~ ~ '~ Tp NE'FI:C'P OF CtfRING TIIiF.AND TF?iPL'RATURE ON ''iir•, rtr'PABOL.T.S!•S OF LIl'l1)S , 370 Mo • ~ ~r:'ylU`,NOL SQLUIDLE C01iP0UP3DS IN I'FANUTS. _ . . _. : : .' AND N 1970 . , • In Qartial tuliilJr•,•~nt ot tha •" requirements for the llcgrec of Doctor of Philosophy DEPARTME%"T UF l:01•ANY • ' - RALEIGH -..~.._-..~ i 4 0 5 4 , By SUBHAS CHANDRA tinllAPATP.A ?. . • . • ~. A thesis submfttcd to the CraJuate Faculty of ~ . Hotth Carollns State Cnivcrsity at Raleigh ,;
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{ 50334 2660 XX No Iior:It C'vro;jtti; t~F: icultet:~~ ~ : rGfa" ; CiCe, ~~~l. ~ c2xv i ^'za :r'~, Jnnuf:z y IS--57. 20 p. I I I Rn?2i!o, 21. C. 4~ cl 0 n ~ t 4 0 b 1 -
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50334 2668 Peaput#«'ff V Texas Agricultural Expt. Station, Feed Control Serv. Div. COi+Il`iFRCIAL FEEDING STUFFS. (Texas Agric. Expt. Stat. Bull. No. 404) Dec. 1929 173 p. Texas C) .040 00 .0140b9 ,
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+ 50334 2662 TP 37() Or 1977 PDl)T. FAnn--1•7VXY'°tES/CTTRUS FRTITTS/TF,A/CnFFFE/nAIRY PRnnTTCTS/ ENLIMFS--IMMURTT.I7ED/FRUTTS/VF.GE'rART.RS/PF.A!JUTS /SnYRF,A*1/ Enzymes in Food and Meverage r Robert L. Ory, EDI?OR Processin g Southern Regional Research Center Allen J. St. Angelo, EDrTOR Sou hern Regional Research Center ` mposium sponsored by the ~~ (Z1. fl~ C S. S Y M P.O S 1 U M SERI E S 'T Dlvision of Agricultural and ROBERT Q. Gni1T,?), edltor ~ ' Food Chemistry at -the 172nd AMERICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY '• ~I~ wA s H t N c r o N, D. C. ~ s a a Meeting of the American ' ~ Chemical Society, San Francisco, , 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0,f~~ ~~lif., Aug. 30-31, 1976
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. ~ 50334 2658 Un5 (1969) Q 4 0 0 0 0 t 4 0 S 9 Mason, M. E. NONVOLATILE FLAVOR COMPONENTS OF PEANUTS, by M. E. Mason, J. A. NevP1l , B. R. Johnson, P. E. Koehler, and G. R. k'al.ler. Jour. Agr. Food Chem. 17 (No. 4) 728-732 (1969) I I
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{ 50334 2657 ~. . _ . _ . .__ i,. I VEGETABLES/FISH/FOOD--COMPOSITION/PEANUTS/COCONUT/SOYBEAN--PROTEIN/ GRAIN/WHEAT/AVOCADO/BANANA PRODUCTS/CORN/ . TP 370 In 1979 I I 0 TROPICAL FOODS~ Volume 2 CHEMISTRY AND TRITION ~ edited by Procccdings of an International Confcrcncc on Tropical Foods: Chemistrym~d Nutrition Hcld in Honolulu, Hawaii, Marcli 28-30, ]9:- GEORGE E. INGLETT u.5. Dma.enentaJ Ag.wrtr.e sda.zod Usafiat Adm»ushnlm ftwom P.Tivid Rescred% Cmte ratk miw. GEORGE CHARALAMBOUS Ap(cvttrro! rlsd fad Chemistry Dicesioe e/ f6t Ameriam Chmiad Sotiely St. Lorb, Miaourt ACADEMIC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1979 A $r6iidwy o/ HarcoYa 9rea knunvirh. Prb/is7rrs .. d~4 f1j0 A 0 1 - 4 0 9 8 f ;
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50334 2671 U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Agricultural MaxketinE Sewice, Fruit arid Vegetable Divisioin FE-1j,-UTS, 1920-to date July 1962 18 p. Wnshingtazi, D. C. . 0 n n 1 4 0 7-2 , r
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50334 -266'1 Te Texas Agricultural Expt. Station, Chera. Div. THE C0:lPOS.lTZON OF PEANUTS AND PEA;iUT BY-PRODUCTS. (Texas Agric. Expt. Stat. Bull. No. 222.) Dec. 1917 38 p. Texas 0 . . ..*~_ . . . 0 a ~ 0 n© t 4 0 b--.8 , ; ;i,
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~ 50334 2670 U. S. Dept. of ASriculture, Agricultural harketiug Service, Fruit and Vegetable Divinion PEAP:U'Ta", 1920-to date July 1962 18 p. Washington, D. C. 0 4 ~ o 0 o i 4 0 7 1
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50334 2s6a' ~......._. . . ~'~~vr.c.c./ cl/~~ %.csA, e.e,. - 4 c,zz V.-- : ;~, I,-w~.r::~i s!' ~ r--J~ js-2-01PROGRESS REPORT a... 7Agg.... OF THE. TRANSPORTATION ..- AND FACILITIES RESEARCH DIVISION MARKETING AND ~ NUTRITION RESEARCH JULY 1, 1971 .0 4 0 0 0 0 ricultural Agricultural ~ OF AGRICULTLRF, --~1_ 'i-....~I~ I ~d_. S1. ~ I I ; „-_P~ ~ 4 UNITED STATES Research Service
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I , , 9-'L 0 0 1 0 U 0 0 d 0 r.......~.:~..~.- -- SYolGz7 lQifaljZy E96= zlzitax (L1:~ :.z~r<:ka7;, '•P.~~~ •.Srr~u:•JJ~tI 1rf ~j a.`-',4~1 10 :) •laIujl XX SL9Z ;fi££OS
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73 III Yo Transactions of the A.SAE 16(3)522-24`(1973) - J. H. Young, T. B. Whitaker r~ 50334 2666 Specific Heat ZT--Pe--a~-uts- ~by. ; Dif f erential Scanning-~Calorimetry F AF.74{ processing of peanuts normal- ly isvolvcs drying peanut pods to a level safe for stora9c. Freshly dug pods may be kan•estcd intmediately and dried or vines with pods still attached may be , left in wLidrows and partially field dried `'------- J-LL -------- --"'"`"I "`-"I pric;r to harvesting. During the drying process air tempcratures may range up FIG. 1 Sample thermograms used for deter- to 35 C, the mouture content of kernels mination of spccific heat of a biological may rai.i;e between approximately 8 materiaL and 40 pcrcent (wet basis), and the huU moisture content may range between 8 Ifall (1965), Parker and Friesen (1968), and 70 percent (wct basis). For tnathe- Disnc,v, (]95a), pfalr11jer, f 19511,,Turrcl,(,., 0 40 0 n0 ! 4 0 b l f 1 MEMBER ASSOC. MEMBER • ASAE ASAE , temperature. This range of temperatures is close enough to those usually en- eountered that extrapolations prohrbly would not introduce significant errors. SPECIFIC HEAT DETL•FLAIIN.ATION BY DSC Chakrabarti and Johnson (1972) ,dis- eusscd the methodology for dctcrmining the specific heat of flue cured tobacco using DSC. Thus, only a brief summary is presented here.
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( 50334 2672 ~ .l. . . , Pea~iuts~.~:~ U. S. 2kipt. of ACr3cultuxA, l.gricu1.tLr:.i Res. Serv. T3; ui'Ji I'-1_:S: E:RC21 ACI %°:,:: SCiLi:DIT;Y L','iZLS,'„4:-101 t'::SE:!;.^.:1 A:;a DEii: 7:Cr':::~NT L'.':lU-lG1:.IV'sr.. 11 ~G. ..-~A~ : ~..t ~ , b:~.. . b J,rrnaw:ry 2967 46 p. htshl.nngau, 0. C. i 44~Ot~~ I 4 a73
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-- f 50334 2656 [lC ~- ]]]~(((JD~.'1 ~ AedrlcKL ~Jarr~s L. ?uE F..F~f.uS aF 7RE P2jrl-' SUpPOEt' P1WFRA* FOR PE'AN(ITS CW 7M SALE "YALUE O): FAMS. 1_(ao, 5) 1.71R--53 (dee, 19G2) Jaur, F.4rm^ fxon, 4( -• -, ~--- ~ -~, ~.. ,a. - - - ~- -~- •---- - . . . •-. ..s 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 5-,7
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50334 2665 ~~. . :i,~:d.:~..a:.:.s,..;..ee:~.'.~..iw;ar•.ri..Gli~.~r..Jr'~...L..'u.:,.':~r.i:.:.r.,ti.L:.r•:iiiCr~. `a''~'"'.~~rasr.v~ V 1 I TP 370 S ~~ez.~14 ~' Shazan, hixLert David O::IGANi?I:EPZ f^, 1`,•'!) P??vS3C?*. STUDIF3 OP 's~ m, QU ~.I.OF Su:.;l;c`_ ;iY1 E PPWJTS 19 6 5 7y.°~ 2340,.0c5 Texns A & M Lr,iver.si.Zy P" n. stic.nfu Ulai.veru3tq Micxaj ilM3, xnc. Ann Arbor i ~ ~ C• . r . , . ~-, -~-....~.~.rr,..---. . -•t:. .-r .+... .~..ar-~'!y~s~'~' 0 4 t~ 0 c~ 0 1 4 0 6 6
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DISSERTATIO.NS--RUTGERS UNIVERSITY/ FLAVORAN~S--FOOD/ ~NUT~= ANALYSIS/' 77-17,577 . FN, Chung-hSay 1940- TP THE ISOLATIO,t1 AND FRACTIONATION OF 958 VOLATILE FLAVOR CONSTITUENTS OF ROASTED Wu PEANUTS. 1977 Rutgers University The State Uni:Ersity PDDL of New Jersey (New Brunswick), Ph.D., 1977 i Food Technology Xerox University Microfilms, AnnArpor,rA;chipzn<etos o4AO~a~~ , 0 8 3 f I :
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L50334 2678 , TP 370 WO J Waodroof, Jasper Guy . ~..., O'L'`l'IO::., PRw i ~- 19% 2-91 P"DO AN'~ P.~b3is~~:a~9, CcXxn:utiYF S~b 't~ lo Ie, 0 4 0 0 0 0! 4 0 7 9- PP.4DU."la - Inc, lfestpor~, Conn. 0 1
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I50334 2681 1 I TP 370 S ~ • .-''Fe" nMl-t-At~"~Xwsia Sharou, }a.3.bert David Wf=a:?0?1::?...111IC, U~~sCAI,, 1'qYSit`rTr 0F '!'t.~ wnwri'':v_' 0r S°1°IaCi:- TiPE P::.A.'~tiTS 1965 213 psgcs 5.'cxars A & M Ur,iv=l~zsf.tp x'n. Tl, s^.ites:is Uuiv. roi.iy Micro£-i1us.S, Inc. Ann Arbor - .. ...,...... - . - --.-•-..,~..~.-.--.,-.--..-._.r-.. ~ _ -....~,..,.... 4 4(1 Q ~ 0 1 .4 0 8 ?, / ! / .~-~--r- ~ s/
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370 t rwl"~S`~~ .~....._, ~.~ t.,_ Wesunnan, C. LISTS 0F 'u0tx1TZL,L CObrMLTi~.DS Z!i Ft'AD, 2ad ed., by C. Weuxrmn and S. vr.n Stratca. 1969 79 pngeR CRnxru2. Inatirute for Netnarlmda Nutri.timi end Nor.d Reaearch 0 0 4 0 0 0 o 4 0 7 --.R ; I
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~?rIN~`r •~rr :>= :, ~iUpy~i;~rgp~~. ~ 50334 2683 \ 1'1:OrfAS 'OU.SE LF C:tOt"EF.Y ANA KIr1D32.EU T iiAMS RMT.S'.tL•'R, GSTii At^aJAL L3?ITIOt:. Ju1y 1964 155? p. 7.fioraps t'uol,ieht.vg Co. ?icw York 0 4 t~ (1 n 0 i4 0 8A i ~
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7P37o J"o I L ~ Af - 3 J~d~ !IC/lhf/fI: 9 i ~}X-„C% a-~ 0 71-11,177 7I".7 I d JV JOFR`SON, Bobby Ray, 19v1- ~ /9 ?v CNEMICAL CHAFACiERIZATION OF ROASTEDWANVf ,"OFlA. Oklahoma State University, Ph.D., 1970 Food Technolopr ~ University Microtilms. A?(EROD(Company , Ann Arbor. Michigan f V 4_I._..U-A• _0__--+t..•.. 4._ Q_. $ .A._. . r I r i~
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'` DISSERTATIONS--NORTH CAROLINA STATE UNIVERSITY AT RALEIGH/ cPEANUTS/SENSORY EVALUATION/TASTE--TESTING/AROMA/SKRY®OUCDCI(S Fl.AVORANTS--TASTE-TESTING/ , RELATIONSHIP OF CHEMICAL ANO ORGANOIEPTIC MEASUREN.ENIS OF RAW AND ROASTED PEANUTS by CNINTAt/A OUPADISSAKOOM _ A thesis subaitted to the Graduate Faculty of fbrth Carolina State University at Ralei9h In partial fulfillment ot the requirements for the Deyree of Coctor ot Phi losopryy : DEPARTMENT CF FOOD SCIE.vCE RALEIGH 1980 _ 3iG 0
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~ 50334 2676 Vix•giuiu Poiyt.:ctinic Institute, Agricultura! Pxnazxn"snt Stction P.C5:~~~::au OF PUXU'P PROD:iCTIC:T TO T?CHNJ..O~IUS. Pi.GCawSa, xNS?'IiUTIOiUii. C4ik1GF,S, A^a L•CLiyG:aC CO',:I)S:1' ± C:cS. F1t"tI7` 111, 0:' I'3:1?:G a PItt3-- BLTCTIC::: TO C0`DIi.T.hNS. Virgir.iu Polytechnic Inst:.tute, hSriculturel Upar,.ment :.tctiGa F.caearch Report No. 50. Sept. 2;St3 197 p. Blcckubu4g, Va. ~~ Q Q 0 0 n.0 1. 4 0 7 7
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Xx Re8 , eanu~~-'-S~"~~.1's~=Caidgi~siLion ,.._ _ .. :,t .: . ..,. . _ (1968)n~ J. Reyno7.do Tobacco Co., Rescr,xch ar.1 L•eve:cpnenL• DoperCmcnrA, Scicnce isior;aaticii Divi.aion P'r'.UM St?.ELLS AND HULLS, -- A Co1lectaoa of matcrial 1968 Caxiot*.a Yrueo w'insCou-SalF:a, North Carol.3s.a 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 0 9 9
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50334 2693 c~TP ~ j 370 eanut>o1 ; ' No '.C. ~-~t. ~ 1 ^ i~la, Pf:a4i t:oveu U~va]~tr-ncnr Corvamtioa tie;a Jrr'e.;y ~ 4 ~~ 4 n 0 1 4 0 9 4
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• { 50334 2687 i ., M ~ ,,.. ~ (1968) mykjontxd, t'. ArYxI:G tar;D Sx'OI2Z2;.~', PF.AMS 1'cod Prczeca-:atioa Qu=tQr1y 2G (NoH. 2-4) 21-26 (1966) r Q 4 ~ 0 Q t~ t d 0 8 8 .t'~
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r. O-KLAFIO:fA; S iAI'E UNIVF._RSI'fY--i)ISSEfi.TATIONS see DISSI:I:TATT_U;4"--OKLAHOt.tA STATE U;1 jVj:RS L:;•, ' kn ; /NtTT5/PEANUT OIL/ . %o ; ; TP'. N : 370• Yo 1970. ti t 1955 ,.~.. •. Clyde Thomat Young Bachelor of Science North Carolina State University • Raleigh, l:orth Carolina 1952 Naster of Science h'orth Carolina State University . -1'.aleigh, North Carolina Submitted to the Faculty of the Gr:Cuate Ii\ 'e:I•GI c.~ SIOC•HF,HICA•L STUDIES OF PEl.hVT (ARACRIS ' }tYPOCAFiI L.) Q1LiLItY Co11eEe __ of the ORI.a-t~Q„~a_State Un:vr.rsity ' ist"partiel fulfilteent of t-F.'e'r`e-qtriresents ~ ,F -, • I - [or the Vegree ol ~ . Yi • .~-...--..•• .._..-- .. , .. DOCTOR OF PNILOSOPHY Ju2 19)0 • . -:.:..:.. . • . j , ; 0 aD 0 0 t1 ~ 4 a'A 6 , , , .; ,r,
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_ ~~._....__,~.,6..._. ..... .. __.. ~~~.. . -- _ y. __ = 50334 2691 TP ~ 2iEVERAGES / ~ 370 l:u IPE~k4ffTSywY'ppc0~3~POF,-ANLY°ttOl4. THEY'-BECAr.'. 1970 I by: ~~tv ~I pauLson r-,,s u s s e ~.~~l dtzawtnc,s t3y I.aIP'll J. rncdonaLd ABINGDON PRESS ~ NASI-IVILLE NEW YORK ~ ft~.'.Y.•':~ . 'r.~t.~n! , r i
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il' 370 Am 1973 ~ C . PDDL 1 C. hUTS/ /_r=P- •7 .50334 2686 Y 1' "- A syr,sPOSZUiNi PaGlijbed by , AMIiRICANIr PI;ANTUT RESEARCH AND IiI5UCItiTION ASSOCIATJON, INC rtcculivc Sccrctary-Trcamrer, LL•LAND TRIPP AGRONODfY DIPAR'I'AfEN'1',•O}:LAHOINtA STATE UNIVERSITY SclJlwat er, Okla6oma 74074 v . G. A. BUCIIANAN ~ \t7u.uAz-t Y. Conn F.R.Cox jA6fFs M. DA\•IDSON jAA!k3 \\7. DtC1:E:Ns URSAN L Dtr:Ne;t ! KZ.1Neni li. GArrtEN JA!!ES E. GARTO!' '^ AL PFLUGP. GRGGORY n o 1 4 0 &, 7 WALTON C GRLGORY RAY O. NA1dD{ONS MAX K. HINDS CU>;71s IL JACKSON B066Y R. joHNSON 13E7TY ]:Lr.PPL•R GEORGE W. ]:ROA(1'R GODFRFY L MANN 1tALPtr S. MATLOCK j. FRANK AICGILL H. H. >`forrtr.w A. J. ].Or,DEN ]-IAROLD L. PATTEB P. IL REIn 1 O. ]r. Ruu L E. SAAfPLGt P. W. SANTI:LMANN DIiLBF.P.T SGI1VPAb BEN W. SMITH JOHN h STONE D. G. STuRr;IE PETER j. 11CXfSTRA LELAND D. TRIPP Corr T. \9r11.SON 1 ANT0N10 Y.RAPOV9CKAS jOFiN A. YARBROUGit Frepared by AI1EN J. ST. ANGELO P. S'. ARANT 1,fAx IL BAss
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m•. 50334 2679 lsntcri.cun 0'A.1 Chemi Ats' socicty. G'fficid". and rentatf.ve method3 of the hm^ricc.n 0L1 Chcr. fsts' Socitty. r-AiCor of aualyt{ ^c1 raethads: 19G5-1910, V. C. ?Jchlen- bachar; 1950- T. Ii. YoFprr. 2d ea., 1946, iaclLCii.ng additions c.ic: rf_;r.nione, 1947, 1948, 1949, AJJO, 1951. Ghic&gfl E195L- I v. (ioose-leaf) iSlur. 26 cm. i 0 4 t~ 0 n 4 t a 0 R-0 ~ ~
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~ 50334 2703 ~ _ .. . .__ RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 281 Le Lewin,M. (ed. ); ' Atlas,S.M. (ed. );4V1%*%'f"~~~ (ed. ); FLAME-RETARDANT POLYMERIC MATERIALS. Vol. 1 (1975); Vol. 2 (1978);Vat•3(lyf)-) PlenuM Press.New York, NY.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 1579 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 0 4
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. -__....:.~..a ,.~.a ...,. ` ~y::~ ..i 50334 2695 ~-- ~yana : (1969) Wuar~ laYYfa`~Go~,: I'iAtf.C%t2l:.l. PGE2Y1.ht t`Au1lGf.l VOhTFNTAVY G3=VF GOOD PMCT. ICI±S F02 PIj:tCIiASItiGF, ti.riWF;I,ItSG, SKU.'w4iGt;, PiZC}CLSS:fNG AND Ti.:T3:I:G 4F VF,IcilTS. 6th Gd. n,-Gt:ar, 1968 3 Pagee Iv at3orsts]. Peanut Ct,vmcil aQoono t d09-,.6 : r
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i 50334 2700 < <.. .. . - - • xix -;' P$ANtYI':~'- =~PEAT'~Y!~'CT CO'J~`f1'° ESTT?NATES;~ No 11ort'z Cnralf.ct AF;ri.cultura2 E;; a;ar:tics, IXtJe;T1' i:SiP'::iiiS, 1925- 1959. JaGUaa•y 1961 20 p. Rale#.~iYI 11. C. 0 a 4 0 o 0 0 1 4 1 0 1
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.50334 2699 •,. : ~ TP ; 370 $WO Waa3.rooF, of?f..pBA' G'x.Y . YOL{r. ~EV1itl N!~w`~~ 31j,J.ivL.iJ.W7' nVVL+\.V73.GW p ri,V1.l~hLi.30 1965 P-91 &p. AVI klubUska.r.g Cc:--.,.DaW;, Inc. Vlestpvr. tp Ccn*. . , ,--..-.- .a...,.,.~...-,-,.~..:.r~ 0 4 0 0 0 .0 1 4 1 0-_ 0 , ,J.,
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XX MeF-E-410-74' I . -,• -r,,s 0 1. 50334 2702 • UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION . WORLD KEALTK ORGANIZATION - Jolnt FAO / WHO Food Standards Programme CODEX ALIMENTARIUS COMMISSION CAC/RS 44-1971 RECOMMENDED INTERNATIONAL STANDARD FOR APRICOT, PEACH AND Rj~AFi#NECTARS '" .PRESERVED EXCLUSIVELY BY PHYSICAL MEANS
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o~ .~. _. ~ Tp ~ .~ Al ,~PA ~~~Rmfxi.~s "'' .., A1techuY., A. n. (cd.) Pc,t}vESSEU PLm.*T PRtYTEZt3 Y00DSTUP'FS ?958 Acsdexa:.c Prees Q~ d 0 n 0 1 4 0 9-_I , 955 Pases New York 50334 2690
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~~503.34 268-8 1968 Various Pr:,a,eo t.inaton-Se.lea, taorth Caroiins 0 ___ (u7e(' ~ R (~ S 8 t+:..+:, (1968) B. J. Repno}.da Tobucco Co., Hescarch cnd IIavedon~ront f?epartnents, Science Yn£criuntson Divioion F+_- -, r~ t t• ..,~ _ !`~'£ SHELLS Ai~~ HtH«.S, CC'_~:.....T ..4 :1:1.....QY .TY ..4:1 C1~, A Collection of Ira: ca ial 0 4 t) C1 ~ d. 4 o a :9 j
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-TP 3 ?0 3"a ~ 170 ~ ~ co I N a 10. l G' ' .~- - - / . ~ 4 i ~ ; ~ ~ -,.~4 - C ~ =do ~ 71-11,177 7'P,3 7a ~tr JONhSON, Bobby Ray, 1941- t /1„w ~tM~ICAL CHAP,ACTERIZATICN OF ROASTEDX ANVf Oklahoma State University, Ph.D., 1970 Food Technology _... j ____.0 _...4...4_. ~ University Microfilms. A xf:RQa(Company , Ann Arbor. Michigan ~ ..~. . Q _ ~._.- 4 , , I f
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daYMfE`~'~~'~~~i~or: Ii1tt,1{ H Anti-cotnrosition tables for carbon compounds (CIT, CHO, C1iS,.C CIIOS) compiled by ii. 11. ITatt, T. Pearcey & A. Z. Szumer for the Commonwealth Scientific and Indus- trial Ites~.~arch Organization, Australia. Cambridge t1•:ng.l University Pre5s,1'J55. 191 p. W) cm. 1. Carbon compounds-Tables, etc. i. Australia. Common- wealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organiaation. n. Title. A 56-4046 Wisconsin. Univ. Libr. " ~ for Library of Congress r__...._.. © d~ o ~`o ~ 4 t Q- 6
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...:~..,_:~~~.~-....,~._.__.._.,..............._..~_.........~_,......_...._,....~...:... --~~..,y....::.~.-.~.-~ 50334 2692 WORLD Pa WTE7hl RrSOLrF.CES, A S3-mqpo!iium apcncored by tho D'ivI$ton of AZr. & Food Chem. at ttae 15Uth N1eaS: ;aF of the Amer:cEU Chemlcal Sc,ciety,. AtlFnt4c City, N. J., Sept. 13-15, 1955, Aaron tt. A-I:sr2ial, Symposium Cnnirmr~;t (Adt•antec in Cnem, S`rieR 57) 196165 285 pagea AmcriCUn Chetiaca2 Society Vashi:aSton . . .y~.. . .. . . 0 ~Oo~a 1 ao9-3 I .,
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50334 2708 1:X ie .1 Vanillic acid esters as food proservatives, by I.A. Pearl and J.F. I•'cCoy. F~on: Food Indtistries 10 :1l~58-{,1) 1600~ 1602, ?.(>0!„ 160G (1~)l~5). i ~ 4 n 0 n 0 14 1 0 9
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~ 50334 2704 ~ ~~,~'-1'~~~~~r ;Pwa~hlct ~ +No. '- T_' Technical research in pack~t_;ing. FYom: Csn.?acsarin ug. 1951. 0 0400n "0 i 4 1 05 , / i"'
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xx MeF eaAUta~"and'PeEn,~t Products "`` (1970) x~xGa~a_ 6 . f S.P. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Cr,.; Re:aearch ar.d Product bevalop:.tcnt Depar-...o.ta, Scie:sce Info_.-uaL'icn L•ivJ.sion it-<Dl`1IL•U4J,. 1<'D3LS. C 250. I:LTS & t'UT PnOuU%T5 = by K. J. lceynoic'.c iobacCo Co., R^saare.h i°.nd Product Le-veZor>xent Der:.rtmento, -cicnca Inforcistio:, Divis io.1, and Lc :ay Meek. 1970 A coilectson of material Winston-Salem, h . C. a 4 0 0 o a 1 4 1 0 - 2
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d I 0 U 0 U b 0 .7r r~l~'':~i(e a~~C eij 13~,.a y.:~u::~ ~, ; ^:?1 a S$3h)k0 ., e L tLZ hEE04 )
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Q'< 50334 2711 ' DISSERTATIONS--OREGO*1 STATE UNIVERSITY/PEARS/FRUIT--RIPENING/ TP 370 Ak 1978 78-2496 AkiAYAN, Irad f , 1941- YARIATION OF SUGARS AND aCI-ZS D:iRING RIPENING OF PEARS AND IN Ttl' F:OPUCTION AND STORAGE OF PEAR CONCEN'IRATE. Oregon State University, Ph.D., 1978 Food Technology University Microfilms Intemational, A.».-m•.LKh:9s,4e,os o40 0 QO1 4 1 2
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50334 2698 hlttsct=ul. A. f4. (ed.) P~ CLLSS~L~ PT~"~:~ P. aT::YH POOi~SxL~Fri~S Yg58 955 Pages p,r~~esaic Prc3s New Yur1: .. . _ . . .~....r.-. . --.~.- . --- _ - _ . . 1 4 0 9 9 .~.,~-.....-..-,.-..,~•T.~r....~a.,. ~...-•'1 I i ~ _ .
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. . -. c'~•`...~.../-. ..... .j .4 ~ 50334 2718 ..~:.:_ c.:... G.G'riiH C:0:4aITI0NS AND 'irL CM.RACTECISTICS OF C13REF) T0L-%CC0 LE:AV'~Se Ptxoto4tnt fro-t So Afxic;afe J, Rgro 5;.l. 30 197-2U3, G03-•`.1 (19a0): uo 341-5G, k73-77 (1451)J VtI PC2 ...-~..- - _ _ o4r~ano 1 4 I ,
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0 QC 454 Pe 1976 SPECTROSCOP.Y,MOLECULAR/ ~ 50334 2721 THE IDENTIFICATION OF MOLECULAR SPECTRA : ~ R:~'V~; B :~,~,'P,. EA=.R.S Rn D.Sc., F.R.A.S. Formerh• Reader in Spectroscopy. Imperial ColleRe, London and A.G. GAYDON D.Sc., F. R.S. FOURTH EDITION LONDON I CHAPMAN AND HALL A HALSTED PRESS BOOK John Wiley & Sons, Inc., New York /•~Emerihcs Professor oj.btolcciclar Spectroscopy, 4 ~) bq~~ric{~Coage. ~L-onc~n ( , ~ ` t , • V , , R, ~ "1 . ~ l ~ :~ ,. Formerh• If'arren Rc:cc•arch Felkow ' / 1
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:s..t ,. . ,. . ,,.~._ ..,,.. . -- 16 ,~ v 0 i Cecily J. Surace RA ti D Cor pora t ion Santa Monica, California l1 pr-i1 1971 ~ NhTlO'NAL TECfN ;IC.?l_ li;i OR,i.'ATIOid SrcilVliC E~ ~ aov. 0 i•e oo. e.. • ea . o •4 uee• .oo. ;..V ...4 l J 0 0 U1.4 _ .+--.l . 0 , 50334 2709 ; U.S. UF.PARTM£HT OF COMMERCE I :~ ~
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.~ ~ ~i i 50334 2714 FRIfT' --DISEA.:ES AND PES TS-- CONTROL/ PLAtiTS--DTSEASES AND PEST'S/.• _ . Agricultuce Ilandbooic No. 376 370 pi Market Diseases of 1471 . Apples;~Reavi~and Quinces By CHARLt:S F. PIERSON, research plant pctf oloeist, MICHAEL J. CEPt,`M5, research plant pathologist, . and LACY P. tiIcCOLLOCII, collaborator Afarket Quaiity Research Division Agricultural Research Service UNITED STATES DEI'ART31E:~iT OF AGRICULTURE paz6lepony D. G lsuued Ma,r 19:1 lor 800 br th. SeM'~nuoaent of ~um.nY. U. S. GeTernment r-+atiet OlSca W..ein[~.n. O.f. :O.C2 - Yrw 7{ emu . .
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. . . •.~, 50334 2715 - . t, bY .. . . .. . ._,. • IVI,p. (Cambridge), hS.D. (Cambridge & Basol), - h -- GP F ac . . F.RGP., D.C.P. (London), 4 ,,...,.._...._ ,%VILLIAMS Ai~'D N`UjW4S COMPANY . BALTIMORE 0 4 0 0(1 0 1 4 11 6 , ENZYMES--HISTOCHEMISTRY/CSLLS--PRESERVATION/ BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTkY--PREPARATIONS/TISSUES--PRESERVATION/ HISTOCHEMISTRY Theoretical and Applied VolumeI,V ol: ~, (1`ia
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50334 2720 ~. , .~.._,.._ in ct!e!n~_c.zl c~. sition of Soutil African flue-cured toi~~.:ec~a~ , Yilt u~~bord' z};, tot~ m;~rk°t value. .^.~ii:1 22~•`~n L."mi:jf).l.:ia U! F 11:.5 J'~ i~ ~ J. ~••~~ ~it~l1J~ . , , tV+ . . .y ~.• SCIi-i::CFT.. '!"JDriCt:J JU:..,S., . . ~ /;, K k c3dc~ ~.zb -- ...;to.~ >"^:., .~ > _ _T:j i:ai;1 jsa ;~lk; 3I ro jc'rl. (k~z'o1.1.s :~: 1.959) 0 0 4~ ~n.o I 4 1 a, i ,
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27110 ( COOKBOOE;S--CFIIh•r:SE/ t ! .PEARL,r3.. QUCK'S-_ ~ OREENTAL-, 4%* COOKBOOK luusr.ations by JEA\YEE It-0r\C SIMON AND SCHL'STER rEW YOFt1C :~..t~C` -sr .f--.. . .. -J. - • . °.;.-i-'.~1s'~.~J 4 4 0 0 n Q 1 4 1 I I ,- ,
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• 50334 2719 _1_...~w.._.~. ~r...__...i--....~....`.~.~...~.+. ...-_....~..t.~..r.~....~Yir..+n_.......-~91'l:.w~-....a . 1 :J 22 {0 I EFFCCTS LF Cll1iAT1C F4CTC4S OC+ TFF Gf:OWTh AFID QJAITY I.F TGB:.CCCs( ir. Eng2 izh) antt:ntt%t Fr.r~t'b• ind !.n Cni]..>'+: ' . _.... ..._..~ . .. . . _-.~...-._......- . . -. ~ -~.4~,+..~.}a-,~~etr.x~ I Y "! lJ ~,l l1 -~ / 4 ' I. •I f /
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50334 2712 GROti1TH PROMt)TING SL'T3STt1NCES/ APPLES/PFAM . ,. . . ~ . Proc. Annu. Meet. N. Y. State Hort. Soc. 119th ].19 i_158-162 (1974) ' 1 iSA- ~V % Ed %Alar And Ethephono As echanical Narvositrl~; To0lS.~ ;`~ L. J. EOGERTGY and 0. C. CLFY[hG ' Cornell University, lthaca, N. Y. The plant growth regulators, Alar and ethephon, are becarir.; useful tools for the fruit grower. With the full registration o+ e:,~epnon on both apples and cherries in 1913 more gro.+trs wcre aole to ut!1:z: th+s growth regulator and gain e,peritnce as to no, it n,i,nt fit into the4r productian and harvesting nrogrars. On t'+e otNer hand, we have had several years of eaoerience with Alar, and tnis rNteria` is coraing into rou:ine wse by rany apple and cherry growers. The principal dtsepaointnents or failures with th.se two materials in 19)3 came about because of weather conditions wnich we did r.ot ta<e into aecount, or could not anticipate at the ti^e we were cormittel. to r.ate V~e application. In other cases eroolens of scheduling n.r.est evviorent Or pickers torpliea:ed the picture. Tnere were a feA sitoatlons where w.• fapeCted too Iruch of the Srowtn regulators in Orchards or Dlocks wn^.re tnt wigor and 9rowth st+tus V :".e tre:: r.:rc rt:r;:r.3l. This paper is being ore:er.ted as part of t%e sy,2a i:n on .tch:nical harvesting of aoDles witrh special e.r-hasis cn the recnani:al rctrieval of fruit fron the gro-ind. Tnerefare. tne results and o:servati.:rs fron ap- piications of etnicnon and :.lar in tests with the apple pickup r.acnine will be discussed In more detail. The a le oictuo r.achine. Se.eral machines for the r.echanical re- ....a...T :" .~.. .,.;. ,.-r~ .--.T. .... .. +... .... t... ~... ... a.,... 0-4 0 0 n 0 1 4.1 13 i
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c 50334 2725 : i QDjJ l. .._. ._... -1262 Bu ~ (Jt. Au rhor) ~poet, ICC~ Buehler, Calvin A. suRVi:f OF nZr;,V~ZC SrM«sFS, by Cali*in A. uuchle; r.ncl Uon.31c! ~. ridizullt 1970 1166 Pa-;es :,Tiln_y-InCeYOaignce New Yori; . . .. . . .. •~ , . !. . 0 4 n 0 n 0 , ~
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~ . 50334 2727 . . w .` ~ ._ .- - --- --------- ~1-?~! _ 9fia:m.;~'2mu . ed. P,iontetrika tables for statisticiluts, edited by E. S'. l'ear- son nnd Ii. O. Ihrtley. Cunttiridae tI:n~*.1 Puhlisltcdfur tlie Riometrikn '1'rtistees at the University Pres, 195I- /r. diagrs., taUies. 2i) cm. 7tevision of tables for statisticians and biometricians, edited L;• Karl Pearson. Bibliotirapliy : c. 1, p. i18-100. 1. Mathernaticnl statistics-'I'ahles, etc. i. Pearson. F.arl. 10.'iG, ed. 'luL1t•-;fur statisticians tiud biometriciaus. mlltu lley, 1i. O„ joint ed. nr. Title. Q tt-2) {G.P3 i IP A North C,irolina. tialv. () Library for Library of Congress ji-1:,l;loIf A 4 ~ 0~,~i I 4! 2 8 r ,
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1 50334 2730 i -L_-.,._.y_.:_:'.~...._.-_,._. ...>...;.. .... ._ ._w._ ~ -° -: ti:....:~.~ ...~s... -. QD 501 F tflmrBons°'Yts3.ph "-0i ;~ jt au M•ost, Arthur Atwater, 1909- Kinetics and mechanism; a study of honiobeneous chenii- cal reactions ~byj Arthur A. h'rost tandj Ralph G. Pearson. New York, jV- iley i1953j 843 p. illus. 21 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Chemical reactions. z. Pearson, Ilalph (i., joint author. n.'17t1e. nll501.h'a31 0, 5-l1.541.39 5~--11G14 i Library of Coneressi53r101 -...--.-......_,.... ..~ ~-.~....*-Y. r- a 0 4 c) ~ n o i 4/?s 1 f
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~ 50334 2724 . ~ TP ~ 370 ~~~ca) ~~earsan j,yDr; j~: r aut.r s Mvz~ ...: w ~m C:.Ra Ii. D. 4'2!I Pv!iL ~~ .i...:~11S..S 0...`. !1 ~ :'l7~•:IZ, by J.'. 4ad D. Foaas:LGn. pp• C: cv-Icad rtibA. Co. Nzw 4 I 2S , • i ;'>~
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~:....~..,._ .._ i 50334 2723 Gear, A. U. .1tiatiLYSYS OF S>:.;u PORTFOLIO SLLEGTJGt3 ~.0DEi,S i'OR R & D, by :0. Y.. (iC3r, A. li. LOCketC 83`al A. W. PC.1rst711 frEE ManFoemer.t 18 (No. 2) 56»:5 (3971) . . . . -}: . .. a4oo~0~412,q
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.-,.y~..u ~t-,r'-x=~. sYr, 'e= :•rsd: .•~ ;.,-_,;< :.•_.'.:.. 50334 2731 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK QD 5O1 Mo 1981 Moore,J.W. S~ or-;R-~G~}~ KINETICS AND MECHANISM. John Wiley & Sons.New York, NY.81.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 4328 0 4 0 0 n o 1 4 1 3 2
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.~ 50334 2726 .~.- :. •` •i! CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHRnMATOGRAPHY/ VAnalyticaJ Sciences Monographs C11ROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--PYROI,YSIS/ POLYMERS & POLYMERILATION--•PYROLYSIS/ 271 Pyrolysis-Gas Chromatography Ma . . . . . . , ., . . 1977 Aldermaston, Reading, Berkshire, RG7 4PN R. W. May ,, F:'Pearsor>I'--. ' ~..::.j, Home Office Forensic Science Laboratory D. Scothern The Chemical Society Burlington House London W1V OBN t : I Home Office Central Research Establishment Aldermaston. Reading. Berkshire, RG7 4PN I .~. 1977 .4 ~ I,'! 2retnir'i ^.c';34 yd t ~,"M 0 4 0 0 0 0 ~ 4 1? ~ - I
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. . . . . - . . . 1 . . . . . . . . . . . . , . ' . .. . . . -Y..~ . .. . 50334 2713 ..-y..-.:..i C,.2. 3-13 4.`~ISL/ S!I.~P/PI4C?'rF)'T'TF.SJRI:UF:RFR~2Ii:S/'iT;l1CC:iLT./ ~ • n'rf'S/C~~:VT:'~i.'PFS/CAi2ROTS/RYi C iI:R°.Ii'S/ ERL~SSI;L.~ SP:: .. ., ~ rrt">• ~,•~ r• r1c o(W:.L~SfC.1R~;S'.•.i:;/CRn::IiriZ?IF.S/D~~~LELLO~.:/11:1TI:5/.:.•••r :.A...)IIE-i:,:CA,: )LC DIEF.CTOKY /G~:::L7C/~:07SFRF..:cRi: S; CR1Ptfi"UI i/~:7": r~+~I/ .,..F FIF.`- FIGS/FRU=T A'~ `•Er,•j;TArr, a .~,c p1:.c r""TT' ' LE-'1JtiS/LETTL'CF./LI:•TFS./LICIIFCS/'iL'SHF:00?iS/`fL'STArD rRrE`;S/OF:TA.,~L£Y/. t~. S/ PF.ACI-iF.SIPMZS%PCP.5IA:3 `tEL`J::S/ PI`;r~1!'?'.f rc/Pr.(•~`!c -pP1?~IFS/PO`IGGF.A`.:,1: f.S•lP,A'1Ia S/ .~LO::S/"O::S/ .1 v LOTSi5P'`~;1~C}i/ST~1fti~;L'r cc/ i`~Tc~LOS/'?!1T^R C:txSSJ!:i','Tl::kt".~LO::S/ BF.i`.I~S/c{iAL :,. R'~SP. ,r;"' : c~" .~lc rJ/R..... ~F CA" ~._-- .. !'~ ,EY 31i• i • 'S j[atiT .TU:•C,^ Sl'Il::.,_i S ..; C= , g PI.'~ ' ' S'riiti" C iA: UI T: .I:Si aiY~ESf : G/ _' 1FL.+riS S .. ' ` I:C1C i£PPE'S: P:='• pir 't ~,r;~LE FnC:S F01:`TEFS/ •- i~ -71 t1:-: ..~a:^.[. ~-~ ti,1::7 . .- -~~ T... -.. D FRUIT l . B~r U; I?F: ~7.. - ~; yy. ..,__~._.. . . -.- ~ ~. _ . _ . , • -. . ~ . .. . . _ .:-~~ ~. . _. ~ . ' -- .{ .s,w.-.- 0400001'41 1 -4
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~ 50334 2741 = TP 370 Wo . r ~ ~. , 1 Pecan ~;x:=~2. Voodx a©fy .1acper Ci?y y rirt Ni~'ca r P.~.~Q~Lt~iTxQT~p ~:oa%wc~~:.j"ap 1)lOaUCTe`.~• VO3.rS• Ip 2e 1RJZ lLVX Publ. Co. Wcrtportp Connecticut 0 4 t~ 0 t? ..p 1 4 1 4?.
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a ~ 50334 2732 ~.,_ . .. ,~;.~.. ACIUS,I3AS& /BASES / AttERICF.N CHEF,ICAI. SOCIETY, 1970 J1 XIC:S AUDIO COURSES (consists of't%jo /~ m ~ ',1~ 7d t 0 audiotapc cassettes 6,a~64 p3 fe snZnual) 1 ~ ~i ~V~w~~~e~~WG~i Il ~:,oi,-Ja \~ Q r.sr ~ ~Pr~i~~~U - ~~` ~' ~a~C~;~G , S'~~~ ~~~ (Note: Red'd 5 manuals) ~ rF~c'; a L `t! EVVkaaG-. 11-"? CIL t 0 a .. niveravt"-yr f
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50334 2739 > ~ IX Re2 77 S.P. 69• 75 ' ~. ..• .. •._!.: XsA A SPECIFIC CARRIER FOR OXYGEN AND CARBON MONOXIDE IN THE LUNG _j~vV Y.N. Cha 8. Burns, G.H. Gurtner, &~ Q The concept of a special pulmonary carrier for oxygen was first proposed by Christian Bohr and later by J.S. Hal- dane, the eminent respiratory physiologist. Although their' measurement techniques were subsequently proven invalid, the idea of a special transport system for important physiologic gases persists to the present day. Wittenberg (19) and Scholander (17) have shown that both myoglobin and hemoglobin are able to facilitate the diffusion of oxygen by acting as mobile carriers, i.e., loading oxygen at a high P02 and unloading oxygen in a region of low P02. More,recently Longmuir and Sun (11) have proposed a fixed- site tissue oxygen carrier in the liver based on the observa- tion that the relation between the respiration rate of fresh tissue slices and the ambient oxygen partial pressure derson- s~~t~ra~ d s tu ati~on ~.Michaelis-t•:enten kinetics) rather than l11e sltra~htllirfd-r•lationship predicted by simple passive diffusion models. r .~'/
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1 50334 2735 I ~r F.RM LON E ASPARAGi1S/BEANS/CARI;AGEY .."./CARROTS/CELERY/CORN/CUCU"fBERS/LETTUCE/ CANTALOUPIES/O:JIO~1S/Pri~' PEf~PERS/POTATOES/SPINACH/S[JEET P01'ATOF.S /S/ TOAtATOES/li1T ' J ' Piroduch-11 SR 321 Wa 1975 . ., ~?,. C. . . VCTAELI ~ET, CRIM RS2r'. George W. E1lcrro U.S. Departmert of Agricvlture, P.dmIred) Formerly, in Charge, fiuit and Truck Cronch Experiment Stufion, University of Arkansas Tho Intorstate Printars ~'& i'ublishers, Inc. N& d 4 0 0 ~ A CoevtU.. tUinotr 4 1 3 b J. P. hicco{lum Professor of Plont Physiology, Emcritus, College of Agriculture, University of 'il!inois . ~ ;
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_.. C ~' -• _ ' j .. . s..._ __ _ . .. _ . . . . . _ - -. - .. . . : . : . _. .._ . - 4 58334 2728 ! ~''l~rl; "2857=t`i}o'> editar.. . Tbbie: foi• ~'.. 1 ,. st&ti. L' lcit.ns snd b1c:14otri.u.fn.,. ~ Pearson, rgoli Sharpe, 15195-- ed. ~ .2176 Biometrika tables for statisticians, cdited li', E. S. Per~r- l li l f or t :P le( 1 S d Ii O l T~rtl • C mbrid(Ie FMr Yu) B 8o11:il1 ej . .1 r t r••1 Revision of tables for statisticians and biometriclans, edited by Kar1 Pearson. Bibl[pgrapby : v. 1, p. 98-100. Biometrika Trustees at t)le LTniMsity Press, 195k- / v. diagrs., tables. 29 cm. 1. 1lfnthematicai stntistics-Tables, etc. i. Pearson, l:arl, 1357- 1936, ed. Tables for statistlclaus and blometrtcians. ii. Hartley, Ii. 0., joint ed. IIL Title. QA276.P33 V .~ A 5•T-75(tG North Carolina. Univ. ~ 1.ibrnry for Library of Congress t651d0It ~ 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 1 2`.9
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f 50334 2736 I 77 X Le4 1975. Lcc,1c er, S. R., Pest; -J: 1.$; 1.001 rock, A. J. (Univ. S~•dney, Dep. Med., Sydrey, A~tst.) SMOKING HABITS--AUSTRALIA/S?tnKING HABITS--STUDENTS/ TOBACCO--SMOY.ING--PSYC1iOLO(:Y/ RJR CLASS NO. PA.*tl'IILET 77 X Le 4 , ` CICA1t1:TTE SMOKING IN SYDNEY SCIIOOLC:IILURFiN AGF,D 12 TO 13 Y)rARS: 1971 1•Sed. Jour. Aust. 1(:;o. 10) 325, 328-29 (Mar. 5, 1977) (In F.nBI ish) ~ The cibarctte smokinh prevalence of schnolchildren ; aged 12 to 13 Ncars in 1975 i.as compared %:ith that in ~ an agc-matchcd samplc intcnic%%cd in 1971. Iricntica) methods iNcrc used to cuUcct the smol.ing prc%alcncc -, data. ncrc .%as an incrca.c in .mokinti prcialcncc ~ mcr thc 3cars 1971 to 1975, iNith 22 • 5"; of ho%x smol,ing one or more cigarcUcc per i+cck in 1975 compared %sith 14% in 1971 and %%ith 19• 1',%o of girls smol:int, Ihis number in 1975 conmpured n ith a• G'•o in 1971. AItcrnativc ~ strategies to attack the problem of smoking among ~ children arc needed. f r I TO r ir,
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50334 2744 Avl~i i~j DES n:1YD~'l ry.~. 7~ 1~SJ J4 . Lu.~J o:l C:o:^i,f.. 1 Z• t Z 7U5.t, i -i'r."S,r•-_.~...,....~...>.r.~~:•.•'..:....~a.r w-.a.•...•...~.•..~..•.-.- 4. 5
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PROPYLENE GLyCOL/SOLVENTS--HEALTH HAZARDS/ soxscocoaT awo em.tco ntAttw.cot.oor. 44.63)-636 (1`q'fp .___~ .--- --- ---------------- - --~_-._ 79 II Pe SHORT COMMUNICATIONS Use of Various Solvents to Study the Effect ofyDiazepam on Cardiac Rhythmt. DIIMTRYLSLtLFO%IDE(DMSO)/FORMAMIDE-DIMETHYL-(DMF)/ Use or Variaus Solvents to Study the Etrea or Diazepam on Cardiac Rhlthm.3wlRL;Q'4 QtmsT.1. A., A.n Gnits. R. A. 09781. To.eftoL AOOt• Phnrneocof. 44. 63 L656. The etTen of polynh)icne fII•col 400 (Pf.r-t00). dimeth.•Isultosidc tDS1SO)X and dimethylformamide (D\1F) on cardiac rhythm or cats intoxicated .ith deslano;ide was studied. Thc former two solvents exerted no deleterious cardiac rhythm etfects. Howc.•a. the latter solvent induced Isyporension and dcath. Antiarrhythmi: aai.:ty of d:a:epam was tested by dissolving the agent in FL•G•4t10 and US150._No significant ttTe.ts on cudiae rhythm Mere observed. Howcver. diazepam dissolved in DMSO resulted in hypotensioa and daath. These tssdts inditate that G-t0o is Ins detrimental than DS1S0 and D%1F PF . / . A previous study in our laboratory indicated that the commercial propy!ene tl}•col• '~ ./solvent used to dissolve dia7cpam exerted ddcterious rhythm effects in'C6tT'Iiit xtcated 1..- with deslanosidc (Pearl el af., 1978). It has also been dcmonstrated by Louis et o!. (1967) and Sbarcr and Kutt ( 1971) that adtninistration of zhe propyiene giycol iol.et.. to n expcrimcr.taranimals causcd rentricular arrhythmias and alt:ra:ions in.blood pressure. V 4 Q ~~ ~ 7~ pt:>t+os4f thl preOtt dy was to lind a solvent that would not aggravate the cardiac rhythm d'uturban:e ~animals trc-ted with deslanoside and to use this solvent ~ .. e. d:......... f. wnrLr.hv.t....ir vreivitv 'iS+n enlt nts3:lected were Dolvct)alenC'__ ! f
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50334 2737 : ~..., . :_ . , F Pe • r- ; 1 9 7 7 COMPUTERS/ l: . E~ R7 6 MQc R0=1C~!`+ b u t tL 1 C. E Pnnt. ~~ ,j/ Y.::1 2C. ~ , ~...~.~...•.. F: New York St. Louis San Francisco Aucki,:nd Bogota Diisseldorf Johannesburg London Madrid Afexico biontrr.al Neivlleihi Panama Paris Sao Yaulo Singapore Sydney Tokyo Toronto .~-~.,. , d 4 0 0 O 0 r=~~": ` "`~~t~i~rr~ rvvl Professor of IaeclricaI I?ngineering The Georgia Institute of Technology N1cGItA1V-IIILI. BOOK COMPANY . C'vl~'v _ _~...- --r- ,-• . . ~' E n-, -E 3 R S ~==K "ey+ .. u Ul 0
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/~EDLARS 1 CASTlii.r_cf Generation - Si 12obcrt V. KATTER andf~~i~~}'~::'~t~~ L_f~u~~ati~ Rctri ~11 •+c aex~ L'I~ ;iry S~sl ms Pr~jr~~ Syst m Drrc iupment Cor> >rat:on Santa ~'~ "or^ iica~~C';~tifornia. qCUCO ~ DfEnLARS tr, the replacement for the AII:DLARS syste»s used by the National Library of Medicine ot:er the past decade, incorporates a n:rmber of nrajor advances ui thc state of the art for massiLe infor;natiort retrieval systems: on-line access to a number of very larde bibliographic files, an ef- /a•innt fLrn+rolrnfit frofirt•. CRlldRt101b and 91lat)1)il1Y of innuts a,.~,atllst (lllthoT- -rAft %N~~ / -on -cO ~. Bibliographic Pxoduction System U4~p~0 I 4 1 30 , t
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~ 50334 2743 TS DISSF.RTATInNS--UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS/SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHi'VV 2240 TOBACCn--SMnKING--PSYCHnLOGY / 1977 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Pe 1977 ,mw (Univ. Texas, Austin, Tex., U. S.) AN EVALUATION OF CESSATION AND MAINTENANCE STRATEGIES IN THE AfODIFICATIO? FO SMOKING BEHAVIOR. Univ. Tex., Ph. D. Thesis, 76 p. (1977) (in English) several others (DanaFer, in press; Glasgow, 1977; Kopel, 1975). It appetrs that even rnre attention needs to be paid to insuring I a~ ---~The failure of this study to demonstrate the efficacy of ~ ~supplem`ntal self-control training procedures is consistent with sufficient learning of the skills. Possibly the self-study mode is `sults, additional research into this area seems•r+arrent_eJd inadequate in its current format Despite these discoura in re- ~4AQn p I4 f4. 4 • 4
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- ~ 50334 2733 VITA;iI".S--DETERMINATION/ BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--COLLECTED WORKS/ QP BIOLOGICAL ASSAY/ ,.,.,1~„_, ,~. TI„r,1a .,~, „r,,.,,,,•,,, FOOD--VITA.•'IIv'S/ FA2 Se •1~ ~ ~/ .~.• Ill~l.ji~itl~ ~,.7 VITA.MINS--BIOCHF.MISTRY/ VITAMINS--BIOGENESIS/ Chemistry, Physiology, Pathology, Methods SECOND EDITION Fditors! 1967 --lVOLUVE I- I1.H. SERRI:LL, JR. A"'D ROBERT S. 1971 ~-'VOLU*tE IIl- I# n 1972---V.7LU"tF. V - " " . 1967-t'-VOLL';4E VI- PAUL GYORGY AND W:IQ: PEARSQW 1967,'t'OLL'1fE VII- " " HARRIS 0 Published by ACADEMIC PRESS-NEW YORK AND LONDON. 0 4 ~ 0 (1 0 1 4 t 3 4
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, GP.OCERY TRADE--U.S./ , •I NeA7-77 S.P. 0 . a. -t k 50334 2755 ... .. .. ' ~t MARKETING ONSLTiFR (',OODS THROUGH GROCERY STORES NEAR TERM AND THROUGH 1985 as presented to the spring management meeting , R. J. Reynolds Industries, Inc. at - Palm Beach, Florida, April 30, 1975 0 4 0 0 n o t 4 1 S 6 :
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. Ix Re2-78 -Jour. Anrl. Physial. 43(5)88n-4(].977) S.P. Saturation kinetics for steady-state pulmonary CO transfer C. Mh.NDOZA, 1Jrj.VPA1CYt B. BURNS, AND G. GURTNCR Delxtrlments of 111edicine and Lnvirnnunental Heallh Sciences, The Johns Ilapktns 1lledical Institutions, Baltimore, Maryland 21205 hIi:NU()ZA. C.. H. PF:AVY. 1;. BURNS. AND G. r..URTNF.R. Sahurafinn kilic/rrs for slradv-slnfr pulmonnrv CO transfer. J. Appl. Physiol.: Respirat. F:m•iron. h:xercise Physiol. 43(5): 880-E84, 1977.-Steady-state diffusing capacity of the lungs fou carbon monoxide IU~,,,1 was measured in 13 ane5theti•r.ed, paralyzed dogti ventilrited at constant tidal volume and rate. using four di(ferent inspired CO levels (190. 600. 1,110, and 2.000 ppm). increased and re•uched a maximum as the 'tnspircd C'O level was raised from 190 to.600 ppm. Furlher increau•s in inspired CO cnncentration were accompanied by a decrease in CO dead space and Pa,,, remained con- stant at all inspired O; levels. In sonic experiments a second sM of ineasu ••mcv ts was made, the results of whih were tated transfer hypothesis. similar to th- uf~e f~t sQ Th~-cs~i)ts cs~nno~)e e~plaVcd 9 , 50334 2738 / could be explained by saturable absorption of CO by a lung tissue component. The tissue component could have been the carrier, but could conceivably have been a noncan•ier c,vtochroma. These experiments, although suggestive of facilitated transport, were inconclusive because of the alternative explanations of the results. In the present experiments we measured steady-state Dt,(•„ at different inspired CO concentrations using the method described by Bates et al. (1). Because this method measures true gas to blood CO transfer, the experiments should provide a clear-cut test of the facili- by changes in CO back pressure, pulmonary capillary volume. MATFRTAIS AND METHODS or reaction rate of CO with hemoglobin, but can be explained !`(1 .....n....-..`~ ~1+ 1 1 .i_ efi- r- -- - / I r ;r
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i 50334 2752 ~.~..:+Y::.s;..~w..GSww..a......~:..:.....1t~+ •L..,..:.....:..«.:..-~ • .. .•._:....:..s..a........,........~.r...~-:..L+L...~.. ._. ._.. _:.a• . ._ _. r O S*fOKE/ ~ 72 1% Tc-73 TOBACCO--SMOI:E--FILTRATION/ELECTRON *SICR.(:SCO?1- ,OBACC RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 72 I} Te-73 • Morie, G. P. ; S2osn, C. H. ; P4stkV::Y; ~;G: . (Tennessee Eastman Co., Res. Lab., Kingsport, tenn., U. S.) STUDY OF CIGARETTE S*fOKE FILTRATION BY MEANS OF THE SCANNING ELECTRON MICROSCOPE. Tenn. Eastman Co., Kingsport, Tenn., FTR-20, 9 p. (1973)•(in F.nglish) *1973, No. 4, W 1181* *lm* Tobacco chemistry: -....~a.we-.+~....+...~..G.~.- .t..~-....~ ~.~ . ................. 0400+0 0 1A 1 5-3 ;
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Copyright 1964 by THE, PACKAGING INSTITUTE 342 MADISON AvENUE NEW YORK, N. Y. 10017 ,212 b1 Urray Hi ll 7.8874-75 a. 4 0 o n. `b 1 4 i" 4 3 Executive Director Chas. A. Feld Managing Director - Technical Activities James W. Ficld Editor ' ` Arlene DIall:in , ;~ LINERLESS POLYPROPYLENE CLOSMES PACKAGING MO:IOCRAPH NO. 2 By RIQiJ1RAqir+'TttH" !
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1 50334 2753 r CAN WE RELATE ADVERTISING DOLLARS p' 78 XI Ad -79 `~$+~s~3.~'eckharq j. S•P• 1 TO 'MARKET SI-IARE OBJECTIVES? ~ a c"t~"~ vice presidcnt N . Reprinted, with pcrmission, from an address to • telsen Compar.y • the 12th Annual Conference of thc Advcrtising Research Foundation, October 5, 1966. r J t .. CHAPTER 2 44't. ; HOW MUCH TO SPEND FOR ADVERTISING METHODS FOR DETERMINING ADVERTISING EXPENDITURE LEVELS . t fl 4~ 0 n' Q 1 4 t 5 4 . WaCA by MALCOLM A. MCNIYEN Yice President and Manager, htarteting Research Dcpartmcat t:oea-Coia USA a ASSOCIATION OF NATIONAL AD\'EKTlSGRS, tNC. 174 RDYcRTLSL'; c;c r=t,...Vtl:G I"O`~ic'A!.re:~ ,ic'A!.re:~, I:." ' I~::'.~:1:y I f
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CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/ .. QD 271 La 1978 Physicochemical Applications of Gas Chromatography RICHARD J. LAUB Depariment of ChemLstry L'uhersit} College of Swansea, N'alea a~,oYEI!'l`~ L~ifpECSO"k Departrocot of CbemLctry Uat.erstty of Hawati, Honolulu A R71EY.CN"IFRSCIE.vCE Pt.'HLJG77ON JOH.1 V1'1LEY & SONS, New Yortr • Cbichester • Brisbane • Torooto ~ . / . 1 CL ~' : L1_ ~ f ~: 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 1 6 0
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~ 50334 2757 FIRE SAFETY/RADIATION, IONIZING--SAFETY MF.ASURES/coMPr.ESSED GASES/ GASES/NOTEBOOKS/LABORE.TORIES--SAFETY MEASURES/SAFETY GUIDES/ 123 re CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY HANDBOOK Guidebook for Industrial Chemical Technolobists and Technicians Writinb Tcsun for thc Chctnical Technician Currictiluui ProJcct edited by ~'~~.~~~'rojccl~'~,.~'~~.~~~'rojc cl~'~~.~~~'rojccl Director `1tOM,. ICcnnetll Clialtinan anci VraJc 1i. 1'u»dcr. Assiir.inlP Projccll)irectors AMERICAN CNEA11CAl SOCIETY WAiHINGTON. D. C. 1975 f
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; 50334 2764 TOBACCO--ALKALOIDS--CONVERSION/ STEROIDS AND STEROLS--MICROBIAL TRANSFORMATIONS/ALKALOIDS/ PROTEINASES/AMYUISES/AMYLOGLUCOSIDASES/GLUCOSE OXIDASE/ GLUCOSE DEHYDROGENASE/GLUCOSE ISOMERASE/ -GALACTOSIDASE/ INVERTASE/PECTIC.ENZYMES/ENZYMES--IMMOBILIZED/CELLULASES/ qP ECONOMIC MICROBIOLOGY 601 VOIu m e 5 Series editor: A. H. Rose/ Ro 1980 MICROBIAL ENZYMES • AND BIOCONVERSIONS edited by 1980 ACADEMIC PRESS A. H. ROSE School of Biological Sciences .4 Subsid~ary of Harcourt Brace Jovanorvch, Pubhshers University of Bath, LONDON NEW YORK TORONTO SYDNEY SAN FRANCISC( Bath, England Q 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 1 6 S i ~
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50334 2751 . 'MANAGEMEfT INFORMATION GUIDE : : 29 TP 155 Pe 1979 4'rmll1 a~• '~oscurmas ~Zheodore #~:= Peck!~ Ileau of Public Service bl. Paui Vampus iiu,a,r aYairiii UniYefsity of Minnesota Sl Paul GALE RESEARCH COG}PANY • BDDK TOEVER • DETROlT,1.!1CHlGAN . CU 0 4 tl 0 0 0 ! 4 1 S?. , I .
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~__,----,-- . .-- - -- ---------- - --- -------- _ ' TOXtCOtAOY AND APPLIED PHARMACOLOGY. 4I, 643-632 (1978) 1 . r 79 II Pe ' Effect of,&azepam on Digitalis-Induced Ventricular Arrhythmias in the Cat' 6flf7ji1NFWMl+r~= JoHN A. QUEST, AND RICHARD A. GILLIS3 Departnunt ojPAarmacologv. Georgerown Unit•ersin•. Schools oj.'Nedicine and Dentistry, Washington. D.C. 20007 Receloed h+nt 17.1977: accepted Yorember j.1977 Effect of Diazepam on Digitalis-Induced Ventricular Arrhythmias in the Cat. PEARL. D. S., QuEsT, J. A., AND Gn.us, R. A. (1978).Toxtcol. a ppl. Pharrnacol. 44, 643-652. The capacity of diazepam to counteract cardiac arrhythmias was studied in barbiturate-anesthetized cats treated with digitalis (i.e., deslanoside, 23 Arg/kg given every 15 min iv). Diazepam dissolved in commercial propylene glycol solvent was administered in repeated doses of 10 mg iv at approximately 4S•see intervals to five animals eziubiting deslanoside-induced ventr.cular arrhythmias. Conversion of the arrhythmia to sinus rhythm was observed in two animals, w hile development of more serious rhythm changes was observed in the other three animals. One explanation for the ddeterious effect seen with diazepam in the three animals is that the sol% ent itsdf may produce significant cardiocfrculatory changes. To test this possibility, seven. animals were intoxicated with deslanoside and th, diazepam solvent was administered in doses of 1.0 ml eyery 43 sea unti7 a total dose of $.0 mI was given. In each animal. the administration of the solvent was associated with the development of more serious rhythm changes. Ver.tricular flbnllation (VF) developed 10.8 ± 1.6 min at4cr the onset of deslanoside-induced ventricular taehytardia (VT). The corresponding time interval between deslanoside-induced VT and VF was 26.7 t 5.0 min when no solvent was administered. These results indicate that propylene glycol • solvent is deleterious to cardiac rhythm and should not be employed as a vehicle for antiarrhythmic drugs. -TYr_ A.-_._r---~-~,- , t
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Z P/ e C A/ ) t / 5 74 III Pe --- ~=4v 3r11K 546.1f,5: 516.7.2' : S}7•-598 NCC.~REROB.111liE IIPEBPAlliEHY1Fi a -IINHtHA S 11PIICYTCTI;}f}i i7POAYKTOB I1£t':ijZPATAIL3-1N TP£X3AAlEtl(F}iliblX OPTO4)OC4,ATOB MEJIE3A (111) B. B. llEYK03C1\f111. 10. 17. KJ/1OEB. J7• C. Ellf£tlKO. .71. If. lIIEIPOB a M. C6IYEBA, H. B. IlETPA111EHb 48172m Reactions Of ~-nir.en eene in the res n f ~ • p e ce o trisub - i tlit d i ute ron!IfI) nrthophnsF•hate dehydration pruducts kvcsjt.,. i:Iyr.cv. 1'u. P.; L:>hchcnko. L. S.; Sf:chc.-rov, Sychcva, V. M.; F'etrashert, I. V. (Bcinru,s. ':'c4;hnnl. . ~: lnct. \Iin~k, I'5SIt ). 1_ 1;%•ssli. L•i keG. "l.a:•rd. Lts. Llr. ~o-7: ~ .,+. ~. x pincne at 1~e1-;; i'/ iii the prescace of 'irnorpl otUsr! cl Un, ~ilf U ~ or cry>t. Fel'C),._'1?:O y;nve rr-tcrpinene, rlilnntene, y-cymenc, fi- H i menth-:;-enc, pin:~nc• r•amphenc, ;nd if-, incne. 1`hc rtct rce r~f r: conccrsion of o-Iriucrc de1 rr;scd irur.t t3< r.~ at 1"aU° to 7;C..tt .~)U°. ~ 'ITO (DOC(DQTN QP47 a snaaartt) ^ ' - - , _, ua " : = „ t B pabore.- . • ~ "'' ...._.,.-.-,.._.~.....-.- ,.....--.,..-~..-.,.;, ~~,...... ~ ~..,....._ .....r.....:..y...•...--•~------•-•--~-^- , . . • : . . . . _ . . _ . .:.- _ .;~ , . .`~ a qWo n Q V 4 1 4'6 , .~ . f
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~ 50334 2747 i Organic reactions in electrical discbarges. Edited by N. S. Pechuro. New 2"ork, Consultants ?iur,au, 1963. ta, 135 p. Qlur. 28 cni. Transintion of XHMHucY.He peaXUHK C}'tmfiH4ecKHX I1p0,'v.yxTOr. e sneKTpHI:ect(Hx pr13j7fiXax (romauite;1: Sbimicbeskie renktaii organt- cheslakh priduk-toc v iHckt richc-A, LiL rrsrfetdakh) lncludes biblio,,rt;hles. 1. Cracking t.rocess. 2. HydrocarL•or.s: 3. F.lectrie discharges. t. Pechuro. N. S., eu. 'I'P690.4.0713 661'.814 G8-213(1:13 ~ LibrHry of Congrcag t5i 1 0 t 4 i 48 I I
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t .t~....ti.=• .....r: ..i.:._...........L.id. j 50334 2760, . .~.~ ~_ ............... _. r.~... r:.... . ..~. ~,:......~a,a.o;.:..,.~c.~~, ~....1 ,VI'mcsoliy 8obe>LL.Airp-L ed. Principles and practice of gas chromnto~raph3•. Contrib- utors: C. M. Drew tand othersj New York, Wiley t19591 220 p. 24 cm. Based on the first course in pras chroruatograhhy offered by the tini- versity of California, Los Angeles, Feb. 2-6, 1030. Includes bibliography. 1. Gas chroniatography. i. Drew, Charles llilton, 1a.'1- QD2i 1.P38 r~ 544.J2 6J-12512 Library of Congress ( ~ 123, r • _. , . .-... r.. .~~. _. . -.~ . .... _ ,. --- . .~ . ~,..4...,..~...,+.r~-....'-~ n~ n 0 n.0 1 4 i b 1 . ,
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i 50334 2758 33 C11EIVfICf'il`, Am 1972 SAFETY MEASItRF.S/. TECHNOLOGY REVISED EDITION / GUIDEBOOK FOR CHEMICAI'VfECNNICIAPJS by the ~ - ChemTeC Project Writing Team Edited by ltolre`rt~Ils:' I~r'"~c,'~u~; FPrujeci Direcior Kenneth Chapman and Wade H. Ponder, Associate Project Directors CHEMICAL TECHNICI CURRICULUM PROJECT 0 4 O Q~ tb Pr4jec~of `he mlican Chemical Society Funded by the National Science Foundation
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~ ~ , 50334 Z.7,5q 78 XI Ad'-79 Proc. 12th Annu. Conf. Adv. Res. Found. Oct. S.F. 1 5, 1966, PP• t.._.IFV 53--57 Can We Relate Advertising Dollars ~ To Market Share Objectives? [3y Executive Vice President, A. C. Nielsen Company -~---------.r Before looking at the material we have prepared tory inducements were necessary to secure adr on the general subject of relating advertising dollars distribution, trade support, and consumer tri to market share objectives, it might be helpful to ex- get in the winner's circle the new brand not on plain how all this came about. Earlier this year I had to run this gauntlet but it had also to sustain a j, written an article for the "Niclsen Researcher" cover- of-market position at least reasonably close ; ing the marketing of several new brands of toiletries, attained two-year introductory market share is : using some of the material I had developed in an sequent years. carlier presentation to the Toilet Goods Association. This article attracted sonic interest among a number Share of Advertising of indiv.iduals concerned with the problem of mar- In my opinion, all of these conditions are es: keting new brands of consumer non-durable goods, ' basic requirements for the successful developm led to several discussions with Shenvood Dodge and a new brand. Without them we simply do no' Leo Bogart, and ultimately to the suggestion that I what it takes to establish ourselves in the i expand tliis material to cover houschold needs, food place, no matteri how much we spend on adve ; products, proprictaries, and additional brands of toi- or how skillfully we spend it. Once we do have ' however, as I believe we do in the 34 nc.v brat ter oo'' ~ ~ letr~ s fo~ pr~sen~ tioi to ~ou ~s r : YI'c a43~c~AI n(~Mfiic ~nrT~wr n~+ ~:~~nP.W'brMlds have'selected, we can examine them for any 1 f'~ ' ~ J r
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` 50334 2767. SUCROSE/PNEUPIOCOCCAL POI,YSACCIIARIDES(P~CTICWNZYMES/C1;YSTAL STRLTCTLTRES OF POLYSACCIIAkIDES/: . !CELLL'SLOSF.FAN DFAND nTHT.R~-D-GLYCATv'S/ AMYLOSE AND OTIiEROC:-D-(:LYCANS/C-NUCLF.OSIDE$, SYP?TIiESIS/ . 321 Advances in h ' b d I; 1976 Car y rate `O.J 1 de11.[ istr~j o ~ I J . ~ ~ Editors and : ! 7 ~ R . STUART TIPSON ~ ~ i Bio ~~~~~~~ ~~~ DEREK HORTON, Volume 33 1976 . , `tLAllE'ATIC PRESS New York San Francisco London ~ A Subsidiary of Ifarc•ourt B - ~ race Jovanovic•h, Publisliera . . . • . ~ ~ } ~_ . • . . a 4 n 0 n n 1•4 1 6"2 . , ,
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r 50334 2749 • ' PREPRINT UCRL- 81043 a II Mes-79 ---S.F. TRACE hMii:R'I'S"==A41LT:Y8I~l[TAT`L~t='-'7C~P1kLYSIS/ •l.awrence LivAasmcre Laborelory ANALYSIS 'Of tIATURAL WATERS WITIi Atl AUTOf4ATED INDUCTIVELY-COUPLED PLASMA SPf.CTR(NIETER S- STEM LAFlGHORST, A. L., 0'CRIEtI, D. N• JANUARY 1979 3bl federutinn of Analytical Chemi:try b Spectroscopy Socteties, 5th Annual Meetinq Cos:on, Mr1 October 30 - November 3, 19:A Thss is a preprint of a paper mtended for publication in a purnae or proco-ampt Since cAanpM: may be made before publRation, this preprint is made available with the unYMSlandmg :h.it 81 vnll not be eited w reproduce4 wrl'rout the permission ot the a.ithof. ',. oAoon o i 4 9 ~ ~ .1. f
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50334 2746 • .75 III Pe " Chent. Prutn. 20 (2) '69-73 (1970) TrdNsp~-~ o~' ! f ~r 132~1fs 6.~ P'pes t,~.'fh e~rCula,. CresS-Seel~: orv. •' Doprava polymcrni ' tavcnin soustavou potrubi kruhovebo pru'rezu Yla~iinir'NcAoF Yy=ka+nnlj .iatao eJk+nickycJt rldkes. Soit 1teQrtd doile 20. :. 1909 V Ildnku .e leordieky poEitd doba .ehvani taee- •iwy polynu.ru, pova:ovani za ncuson.kuu knl+alinu. s ro:oodnEm po:rubi 1.7YItolYl+o prtiie-u. t'oAuSffjl te st}zaE .pueoty rozrodu pol ymeru z jedowho zdrojs wa nikolik rnter odbdru a na :dkladl .rorr.aini pru- snErnE doby .etrudni, doby .+.trtxini okrajovyeb EdRi froude7 a ardly flakv .e posuzvje jejieA eAodnoet. Uiod Pfi vyrobe chemick}rch vlaken se tavenins pol)•meru doprawje ze spoWniho tavicfbo zanzend potnubim k.vbtgEmn poi<tu dLvL•oracfch ixrpndcl. Z elonomia kych duvodd je tadoucf, aby tavief zai-lzenf inelo co nejvltrl v~l-on a statito z5sobovat co nejrMt pocet zvli.rnovacich mfat. Tim so v3ak prodlufuje dr6bs doprary pol_rmeru k mfstu odbcru,doba jebo setrrbnf v roztarent<m staru ph v3•ao1•E tcplotL a muze do. chLzet k jeho cdsteFne degradaci. Proto jc nutno kon- atruorat rozrod tareniny talcov}rm aystemem a mini• Ani fedna z tZchto konstrukd vaak neodetradnje ne. ro%-nomernost doby setrsanf, zpusobenou pambolio- kf m rozdilenfm rychlosti proudi:nl polymeru. Princip zaiizcni, kten's by melo tuto zaradu odstranit, bpi patentocin') a spociv4 v rozcodu poly-meru potrubim odatuprSoran6ho prumLru, pncemi Re tavenina odebiri s obvodu potrubt. Prumir po:rubt je tak odstupiiovim, aby mezikrutim, tvoi"enfzn vnitinim obvociem trub.-y jedn6 sckca a vnbj•slm ob:odem trubky nssledujid sekee protcicalo mnoistvi poly-rneru potiebn6 pro jedno rofsto odberu (obr.!). Draba okrajovych pomalu tekou- a4 a 0 oa 1 4 t 47 , ;'~
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334 2769 `~ g~~ 50 ., ,.. ~. , . .. , ~-- ~» Hertesz, Zoltan Imre, 1fl03- The pect.ic substances. New York, Intersciencc Pub- lishers, 15351. zvl, ti28 p. illua 24 em. Bibllographlcal footnotes. 1. Pectin. i. Tltlo. TP248.P-IIC45 `~ 664.1 Idbrary of Congress 1Git15j 51-12053
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. ~ j 50334 2765 i QR z•re c_tic ~ 41 ~ j~~ 1 S Society for General Microbiology. ~ 5~ ~ Symposium. 11st1- ; Apr. 1949- Cambridge Cambridga tEng., etc.l ! Y. illus. 23-2a cm. ~ Each vol. has also a distinctive title: ]st, The nature of the bac- terial terial surface.-`ld. The nature of virus multiplication.-3d, .ldapta- ~ tton in micro-orgnuisuns.-4th, Autotropblc micr"rganisms. I ~ i 1 1. Micro-organisws-Collected works. { j QR1.SG233 l .~ 559.95082 Library of Congress \_ - .>' 1.'4r;i501% 5~-,',996 0 4 o n n :P 1 4 1 6 6
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FAOT) -PnLYS:'1CC1I4!a~T:S/STARC?T--.'~.''7.~'i(~T.(trV/c^An(`!t--ni'r:^AIIA'*In?1(enwme) _ /T1rkiTCrT.T.!rLASF.S/ STA;rr.!t--. -r,rT.ATi"'.tryATIn`I/ STA'?Cl!•-•-T'fu1I1/ XAA'TiTAV CI~`i/"nnn--L1~! & T.F,rTSLATtn':- °T!. TP 37n B1 1979 Polysaccharides in Food J.M.V. BLANSHARD, MA, FIFST J.R. MITCHELL, &Sc, PhD, AIFST School ojAgrfculture, Unfversity ojNottingharrm BUITERWORTHS LONDON-BOSTON Sydney • WeIIington - Durban - Toronto 0'-41 4 t 6 4 - . , . ,
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TP Advances in food research. v. 1- ~ 370 TTow York, Academic Press, 1948-A v. 24 cm. Editors: r. 1-1 }:. 1t.:lirak, G. F. Stewart. 1. ICutritiou-Collected works. 2. Food resenrch-Collected works. I. \lrak, l:mtl Marcel, 1901- ed. TX537.A25 641.1072 48--'ds0S` Library of Congress 1u1h7t 0 4~ 0 n~.~ 1 4 1 7 3 , r
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I A . FISH/MEAT/HYDROCOLLOIDS/PLANTS--PROTEINS/PROTEINS, EDIBLE/MILK PROTRIN/ ECG PROTEINS/SEAWEEffi/pECTIN/XANTfWN GUM/SEED PROTEIN/ GZJMS/ SOYBEAa/ TP 370 Gr 1977 FOR00~.L01DS ~ Edited by HORACE D. GRAHAM, Ph.D. Professor of Chen:istry Department of Chemistry Uniuersity of Puerto Rico Mayaguez, Puerto Rico THE AVI PUBLISHING CO4PANY, INC. WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT 0 .4 0 Q6 '0 1 4 1~--~ , ., . I . ;i . .. . ; ~,, ' ` : 50334 2777 d
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~ 50334 2782 4I9 La 1976 d FOOD TECHNOLOGY REVIEW NO. 36/ARABIVOGALACTAN/GALACTO,%fANNAN." OT~N/AT.GIIvATES/DTiSSF,RTS /CARRAGrENANS/' SWEETFNERS j& XANTHOMONAS ITYDROPIiILIC COLLOID/POLYSACCIIARIDES, MICROmAL/ ARTHOBACTER MICROO2tGANISMS/FOOD--ADDITIVES/ NATURAL JGUMS FOR EalE3LE PURPOSES Andrew A. Lawrence ' NOYES DATA CORPORATION Park Ridpe, htew Jersey. U.S.A. 1976 / t . ~ ` ~. 0 4 t3 0 n Q 1~4 t$~ ~ ~ ~~~
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1 50334 2778 'y Re f . ;~ 1 123 Ha I-A':D?iUC!I IyER IEP);MdCMMF.:.C110-114" , zetttc:d by J. Schar-n~ullcr. v. 1955- ,hr.fr.Lr:r-Ve?•L:& Ne~: lcr:: C) 0Q~0c~n 1 4 1 79 I
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1, .' 50334 2775 I I I ',TERPE:UES--AIOGE*IESIS/ ~FBG°I'IN/ FOOD--TEXTURTs'/FOOn--COLORS/ rp0!)--FLAVOR/1.ICr'T:VS/ PLANT CELLS A?1D TISSUES/CE1,Li1LOSF./fiF.`qICELLULOSE/ FLAVONOIDS--FOOD/FLAVORANTS--FnOT)/ FOOD SCIENCE AP:D TECH1IOLOGY TP 370 Es 1979 A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS . Plant Pigments, Flavors and Textures The Chemistry and Biocllel7iistrv of Selected Con7pounds N. A. MICHAEL ESKIN Department oJ Foods and Nutriiion Unhrrsity of Manitolxi Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada ACADEMIC PRESS NewYork San Francisco London 1979 A SnEsidiarJ o/ Han.wn 8rocr Anamwirh, Pu6lGhtrs a 4 0 0 w Q I 4 1 7 6 .~ =---- ~~ ~ - E , I
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'~g,S,~`~j ~~ n ~~1]~R"9~k Advances in en7ymolot;y and related subjects of Liochemistry. v.1- New York, Tntcncience Publishers, 1941- v. illus. 24 cm. Title varies • v. 1-2, Advances in enzymology and related subjects. Editors: v. 1- F. F. Nord (with C. H. Werktnan, v. 1-5) Reginning with v. 2, each volume Includes index cuwuintive from v. 1. 1. Enzymes. r. Nord, Friedrich Franz, 188O- ed. QPG01.A1A3 0 l1-3?13s Library of Congress t5Sr5ibi5t 7-2 r
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7040"towt American Chemical fl~aciety. PfvfBiOn of Oolloicd ChErnistr4v. Natural plant hydrocolloids; u collection oi p,ipers co:n- prising the sympos-ium oti natural plant 1;yclrocolloicts, pre- scnted before the 1)ivisions of Colioid Chemistry and Agri- culturai ul,d Footl CheYnistry at the 1?Znd meeting of the American Chemical Society, Atlantic City, N. J., September 1952. Washington,1S5-1. ttt, 103 p. ilics. 24 cm. (J4 dvances In chemistry serieg, no. 11) Includes bibiio.graphies. 1. Collotda. 1. Americt:n Chemical Societs. Division of Agricul- tural and Food C6emistry. rr, Title. (Series) QI)1.A355 1io.11 ~*541.375 541.3452 55-3G7 LIbrary of Congnm (15t 7,.5 / i I ,
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50334 2168 _... ~ ;~.- . ,,. : • - a Re-78 l IYt'tt- ~ ~ slP II `r PECTIC ENZYIiES IN TISSUE DEGR:IDATIONt.- BY DURWARD I'. BATH%tAN dYD Roy L. MILLAR DtQarlmurt of Plant PatF.ology, Cornell Uni:ersity, Ithaca, Nr,o York The concept that pectic enzymes may be involved in pathological mani- festations induced in plant tissues by biotic agents u•as spawned by tiie stud- iesof DeBary (37) and substantiated by the researches of Jones (79) and of Brown (23). Today, pectic enzymes are implicated almost routinely as a fea- ture of host•pathogcn interactions. Their involvement in the degradration of pectic constituents of cell walls and of the middle lamella in plant Gssues has been reported for such diverse types of diseases as soft rots, dry rots, wilts, blights, and leafspots and for such diverse pathogenic agents as fungi, bac- teria, and nematodcs. F.•..en virus•infectcd tissues have been reported to un- dergo alterations in their pectic constituents (151). Because many higher plants, microorganisms, and animals must deal with pectic substances in their metabolism, ability to claborate pectic enzymes is widely distributed amongst organisms (2-5, 7, 22, 39, 49, 70, 91, 92, 10-1, 123, 136). Ability to produce pectic enzymes, therefore, does not indicate that an organism possesses pathogenic capabilities. It is pcrhaps sit;nificant that rnany of the pathoLenic fungi and hacteria caarnined have been found capable of producing pectic enz%•mes. nn tho nrhor U40Q .. . .. . . . r ~ 0 1 4 1 b 9 / 7 I
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78 VII.Ba Phytopatfiology 65 141-153(1975) 50334 2762 Killing of Plani Cells by1hdbizymnal the Lack of Direct Injurdous Interaction Between Pectic Cnz}'rnes or TheiSolui~le Reaction Products ~' dt31 C Il ll. C. Bashari and D. F. Batcrosu • For:ncr Liberty FIyde 13ailqy Rcscarch Assistant and Professor and Chairman. Department of f'lant Pathology. Cornc:f Univcrsity. Ithaca. New York 14850. 1'rescnt address of the senior author: Department of 1'lant Pathology. North Caroliria Statc Univeisity, Raleigh. North Carolina 27607. This work wad supported by Gra nt No. A104930 from the A ational Institutes of I tcalth. We thank Ii. \Y.,!`4ucscll for a;ift .,of purified fa-eparations of cndopolygal•+cturonase and exopolygalacluronase from Verlicillilutr olho-nrrunr. Acc:pted for publication 25 July 1974. ~ ABSTRACT An iso?ymc of cndopcdatc lyase (CC cf,. p19.4) produced h) £nrirria r•hr,:•annccmi t% as purified by adsorption to CM Scphadex. I)IiAt: ecllulosc "batch prcparation". CM Scr :adcx column chromatography. and icoclcctric focusing. Di_c Fel electrophoresis of purified EC cf, lyase yielded a sin_1e protcin hand that caused lyitic dcFradation of sodium no!.pect:ue. as ncll as maccration and ecll death of putato d r)C tobacco pith tic.uc. Ccil injury in ti.suc treated with 1'C /~ cf y:~{~,.c ns c act ~• icd y a r}:/'id I~` s of~ ns apd ~t•atcr ~ V 4f r•hl~las a.3il.ihoJt'{.indk:~tini.S2l+n ctothc pla•naltwma of cells. Tissuc pla.ntolyscd to the point of • \Vhcn tissue or isol.ited cell wslls were treated wilh EC ef, ha.c. no soluhlc t or ic products o r by-products a•erc dcteeled in supcrn:rtants of the digests. Upon fractionation of Ihe eni%m:rt ic digcsts of i.olated ecll walls or t ismc. thc fract ions toxic to tissucs contained residual LCef, lyase activity. 13cet tissuc, resiaant to wail breakdown and cell injury by t'Ccfr h•:r.c. was not injured by en.-yme digccts of tohacco tissue. Itydrogcn peroxide (100m%1) did not cause clectroh•tc loss from poriato ti>sue. nor did it accumulate in tissue treated %tith I:Ccf, tyasc. I.oss of electrolytcs (ccll injury) in tobacco and potato lis.ue paralleled the course of I)'itic dcFradalion ~ y• ,
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50334 2776 ~ TP :;653 ~.,. IGl ~ --~., / C'- .^.iicicmman, Martin CUM T.v.C!:itvLaGY Iti THE FOOD T.NpvsTitY (Food Scier,ce and Technology) .i969 590 Pagcs Academic Press New York o d ~ 0 n cl i 4! 7-- 7
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50334 2784 Maass, Heinrich. nie pektine. 1 aufl. Braunschweig, Serger & Iiempel, 1951. 416 p. 22 cm. nQoon.O ~ 4 t ~5.
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1 50334 2773 NATUP.AL PRODUCTS, VOL. I b II/ „_ CIIP.t•SISTRY, ORGANIC, VOL. I & II/CAItBOHYDRATES, VOL. I/AP1IN0 ACIDS, VOL. I/ YROTEITvS--C'i1EMISTP.Y, VOL. I/ALKALOIDS=-CIIEMISTI:Y, VOL. i/NxCOTINE--CREMIST'ttY, VOL. I•- TERPENOIDS, VOL. I/HYDROCARBONS,POLYNUCLEAR,YpI.'T; VAROMATIC HYDROCARBONS, VOL. I/DYES, VOL.I1: .i' . •!:., ./PETROLEUM,VOL.I/ . CANCER--CAUSATION BY POLYCYCLIC HYDROCARBONS, VOL. I/ PIGMENTS, NATURAL-ORGANIC,VOL. II/VITAMINS,,VOL.II/STEROID^, VOL.II/IIORMONES,Vo1.IIt LIPIDS--CHEMISTRY, VOL. II/PURIIv'ES, VOL. I & II/PYRAMIDINES,VOL.II/ENZYIdES,VOL.II/ ANTIBIOTICS, VOL. II/FERI4ENTATION, VOL. II/LIGNINS, VOL.II/_PECTINW-~- :,• VOIr'':'II/d~• =~ QD 261 Ag 1975 PDDL t ORGAN7C CIIT•.A9ISfkY - by 0. P. AGAIlNYAI. Department ojChemittr,v M. M. Post-Graduate College, Modinagar. va -r • . y 1J 7C a.71,;, ..~7, = J Jor r. 3P.2, 32 3• 2z (Z ~, 32t'r 3~~ ~ESfc o ~ ~At4f/s~ jF . ~- - {- C1'-1F1Ejm1S_'TRtY • OF A 11JC lwC~ JL ILJ ot`s1L PRO:' U ~ TS (For Honours, Post-Graduate and Medical Studcnts of Various Universities) •_VOL: I & II + f1 Goel Pablishing Hmwme3je 1 SUBHASI-I BA7.AR hIEEI:UT-2 (U. P.) 0 4 0 0 n 0; / 4.1 17 4• ~ ©
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~ 50334 2767 l- . . . .. _ . 71 II Re-76 S.P. PfLysior. 17. Path. (1a71). 1, 25-40 /~ y y~Eftyi~ia:chYysarifii~errii Wr~d , q, c 1, ANGELO GARIBALDIt and D. F. BA7r•.MAx > ~ "vrparlnxnl of Plant rcdtototiy, Cornrll Unit•rrsi;r, ' Eru•inia rhr}'santlttmi produced cxtracellular enzymes which degrade pectie acid in a traru- i ' elintinatire manner. Isolatc 307, from carnation, produced at least two, and isolate 1'sCs, i ` from P6ilcdindron, produced at least four polygalaeturonie acid lrcns-diminascs. The cnzym:s ' produced by cach isolate were separated from each other and puri&ed by ammonium sulfate . ,i fractionation, dicthylaminarthylcellulose column ehromatography, and electrofocusing. ' Aiolccular weights for thc sie cnzytnes rant;ed between 30,000 and 3G,000 as dcterrninsd by /, gel filtration in Scphadrx G-75 and sucrosc density Sradicat centrifujation. Tho isoclcctrie oints of two cnzynu fractions frorn isolate 307 were p1-I 9•1 and 7•9 and those for the four p enzyme fractions from isolate 1:C_s s~cre pli 9•4, 8•4, 7-9 anc: +1•6. Random clcavage of pectie , acid was grcate:t with the cazyntc fractions having isoclectric points at pli 9•4 and 9•1, intcrmediatc for the fraction with an isoc!cctric point at pli 4•6, and least with the fractions with isoclectr:c points at pH &•I and 7•9. All of :ha trans-climir,asr.s c.hibitcd a Ca=+ requirc- mcr.t and had pI i optima between pli 8•2 and 9•8. All but one of thc purified pol.•ralacturonic acid 1rans-clirnuiase fractions from both E. rhr}'sar.flxmi isolates induced electrolyte loss, ~ maceration and cell death of potato tissue. The enzyme fraction with an isodcctric point at pH 4•6 from isolate l:C:, did not rnaecratc potato, carrest or cucumber tissue even though ~ it rcadiiy dcgradcd pcctic acid prcpa:cd from onion, carrot and cucumbcr as ss•ell as com- + bcrei~sourqcs oj.~odit}'~ poJ,~pectite, pojjygal;teturc ic acid and pectin N.F. j°~ tJV a f U L~ t u -- - --.. r .~ . "~
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~1 50334 27so atin~ ~' , Hottenroth, I3eatrix, 1906- Dio Pektine und ihre Verwendung. Dlunchen, Olden- •bourg,1951 F.i. e.1950j 210 p. illus. 24 cm. (Technika, 13ticher der PraYis, Bd. 5) Errata slip Inserted. B)b)loeraphyt P. 193-200. 1. Pectla. (Serles) TP248.P4II75 ~ 51-27483 Ltbrary of Congress ..r.+~~-t+.~~sr» , . . .. ....~-.+«~.... YAFA- 0 4 1~ ~ t? Q!4 1 8 i I ;~
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4 :.~:50334 2783'--~' ]IX MeC -78 I• RePort No. F7aA/~F-78/10 S P 5 . ritlc and 5u~title Evaluation of the Health Aspects o as Food Ingredients luthur(s) e~C;_ffand Pecti.nates t- • ;.-T-- tc r}c 6 N . l cliz: 5. xcport Date 1977 6. 8. }'ctforming (hganization Rept. No. SCOCS 81 Pcrforming 0tganization Namc and Address - 10. Yro{cct/Task/Work Unit No. vL•ife Sciences Research Office Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology 11. Contract/Gtant No. 9650 Rockville Pike - F1)A 223-75-2004 Bethesda, Maryland 20014 ~pansofing Organization Name and Address 13. Cype of Report & Period Yood and Drug Administration Covered 200 C St. SW Final 1920-1977 i•lashington, D. C. 20204 la• ahis zeport, by a group of qualified scientists designated the Select Committee on GRAS Substances (SCOGS), provides an independent evaluation off the safety of pectin and pectinates, as food ingredients, at present or projected levels of use. ~:. ...._ ~.. ::f. . . , . : . . . . _ . _ :,.,. 4? k . . . _ . . .. . . . . . . . . . :.r,. .. ~.. ti , - , , T I _ . ,rlr-I
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50334 2791 ...__.,._...-_., TP Ii;crtesz, Lolt.-ut Inire, 1903- 21,$ R The pectic substances. lishers, 1951. x-v1, 028 p. flme. 24 cm, ltlblloAraphicai footnotes. TTew York, Interscienco Pub- i. Pectin. r. Tltle. V\ TP2A48x4-K4F 664.1 51-12053 Ltbrars of f)ongresa " 151n5 l L D 4 Q 0 0.4 1 4 1 8..2 , , i i
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i 50334 2787 C,ItoRENT MICROn1OLOOY, Vol., (198U). pp. 387-389 81 II Sc~ ~ C ectin Metabolism icrobial , ethanol Fo.rmatior~A Major End Product of ~ 7~-~_ Bernhard Schink and J. G. Zcikus• - f r$ .1; y/ ~Y/ ) -- r~ Department of Baaeriolo6Y. University of Wisoonsin, Madison, Wisconsin 53706. US ' J.A Abstract. Various pectinolytic strains of Clostridium, Erwinia, and Pseudomonas species produced methanol as a major end product during growth on pectin but not on glucose or polygalacturonic acid. Pectin metabolism of Clostridium butyricum strain.4P1 correlated with a final product con- centration of 16 mM at the end of growth, and a I:1 stoichiometry for methanol production and percent initial substrate methoxylation. Growth on pectin was associated with high activity of pec- tin methylesterase and the absence of methanol consumption. The ecological significance of pectin metabolism and the establishment of microbial methylotrophic metabolism in nature is discussed. 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 1 8 8 i
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' .j TP 370 ' Re . Reed. Gerald. 50334 2785 T•.nzvme5 in fowl prore«in_. \\'itli a conh•ibution l;c T.elnnd A. t?nderkoflerT lNe.c York, Academic Press. 19n~,. xl. 98'3 p. tlluc. 21 cm. (Food science and technology; a series of monogratihs, 3) Bibliography: p. 415-363. 1. F.nz}•mec, 2. Food preservetices. i. Tttle. Tta(11.R:Z.^, /rK.e 6U . Gc-lG4f 4 ( Librnrc of Congress -- 151 1_ ~ q~, ~ n'o ! 4 ~ Qb. , r
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.5Q334 2790 ~ ~PE+ctiri~: .. -_ A-3 QR Thaysen, Aage Christian, 1587- 160 The microbiology of cellulose, Lemicelluloses, pectin and T gums, by A. C. Thaysen stnd H. J. Bunker. London, Oxford university press, lI. Milford, 1927. vat, 363 p. tllus., plates, dinsrs. 2'r •. "Literature" at end of chapters. 1. Allcro-orpnntsms. 2. Cellulose. 3. ITemicellulose. 4. Pectln. 5. Gums and trsins. i. Bunker, H. J., joint author. 27-20572 r Library of Congress t,~~j QR1fi0.T5 tM3211t ID 4 0 0 n o 1 4 9_ 1 .V "TW4!'t^'~I
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, . t t .o.4 oo.no , TP 370 Su 1964 PDDL. .0e.Ai. J,0 L..LGS/ d { rZ i.B Aiath..~r ar' i1n1:25tCitrus Product rr1f 1ICCti7L 0 to ?ncct every'7•cpircmcnt _ of tlic . I jam and jcll ) nial,,c7•" , SOLD BY Stanl:ist G-racvars PRODUCTS SALES DIVISION I 720 E. SVNKIST STREET • ONTARIO, CALIFOR\IA 91764 ' 429 SYLVAN AVlI. 1401 SO. /EAftLE11t AVE. LKCLEWOOD CLIF!'S, Y.J. 07032 BER\VYK, ILLINOIS 60404 196f A ,
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~ 50334 2793 < . -.w..r. Paech, Karl, 1908- ed. ;lfoderue :lfethoden der Pflanzenanal~~se, hrs~. von I:. Paech lundl 2\I. V. Tracey ... Berlin, Springer, 1954- v. diagrs., tables. 25 cm. German and 1'.nglish ; added t. p. In English. IncludL-4 bibliogrnphies. 1. Plants-Chemical analysis. r. Tracey, Michael Vincent, joint A 55-G03? Georgia. Inst. of Tech. Library for Library ot Congress i31 ed. n. Tille. 0 40 Q n Q 1 4 1 9., 4 1 ;'~
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503,34 2779 .I 1 TP 248 H Hinton, Cyril Langley, 18G2- Library ef Cou."ress -` tb1f7}t ... Fruit pectins, their chemical behaviour and jcllyinr properties, by C. T.. Ilinton ... 1st American ed. New York, N. Y., Chentic;il publishing co., inc., 1J10. oil, tXS p. fncl. tableq, dlagrs. 22 cm. "This report is based on Nvork carried out dering a jx•riod of several years by ntetnbers of the staff of the British association oi research for the cocoa, chocrolato, sugar confectionery and jam tra(lrs under the guidance of the as`oeiation's director of research. Mr. T. Aiacara, F. I. C., and the more immediate direction of Mr. C. I. Ifiutou. r. i. o."-Prefatory note. Reprint of .peclal rep,)rt no. 48 of the Dept. of scientific and fudt:strinl research. Food investigatlon board. '•ltoferences • : p. 94-9t3. 1. Pectin. 2. Jelly. r, Gt. Brit. Dept. of Fcientiflc and industrialre.search. Food Investigation board. it. Title. TP248.P4IiG 191, Y~ 664.1 41-13383 0 d o 0 0.A t 4 Ia.0 I
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j 50334 2786 " XX MeF-P-130-75 ~ , Sci. lx:.. 8, l, pp. s r to 16. C 1 S 71 ` U"sII.IZATION 0F-! - ~~14 FOOl) INhUS rliY RIAZ AiBbfrlU IUAZ • 1'ditd.:il',r Friut Faraa Ltd., Btr.ala Y,hurd, Dirtt: Saliiwal i. Introduction Pectins are carbonhydrate like substances made up of lorg chains of ga!acturo- nid: units in a manner similar to the vray starch and eellulcses a-e built up from glucose units.8 Applications of these substances are snzinly based on ti,eir eolloidal propertics. Pectin is utilised in large amount in maing of jams, jellies ar.d caad:es from lo•x grade fruits. In addition to these uses the introduction of rnodined j+cccin has sr idencd the scope of this versatile product in the baking of b!aze, glccc treatment of fruit, pcctinatc fiin:s for eoatir.g, crc= v:iiipping aids, anu-scaLr•g agent for bread a.nd in food emulsions.3 'Y'hcre are nusnerous app?ics.tions of pectin in foods, :ome cxplored and many pct un_sp:oced.. Out of 211, the role of pec:in in some of the itnpott:nt tic:ds is described 1-elo.v. . z. Pruit Spreads ~ 4(l 0 c? Q 1 4 t 8 7 _. ~...v ~~..~.. . ~ , ( e ~ { S ~
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~ 50334 2792 Tp 966 W ~: n-. te~'e ct ' 4.' histl.er, Roy Lester (ed. ) S2~)i1STRial~ GMS~ Po1,ysaccharides and their der~.va:t{Z~es, by Wt~ictler~ Roy Lester and Jauze c S: e Is Gh~. ]1cr . 1959 0 pp. Academic Press ?,ew York ~ 4 c~ ~ r1 . d 1 4! 9~. ,
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3rd R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research and Product Development Level Departments, Science Information Division TOBACCO PECTINg AND PHOSPHATES - A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. ~ ob 1974 Winston-Salem, N. C. I
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x I i L-9 . {9'wI s C"~ Al-"~ Cv1; f~.613 taC-M.4 w1X~,'1qY :.1.'1 ,Vl'.JKI~~..O& r~. ..l~ r1 T r~1 4~) ~.:l11 tJ ~.aiTW 2: Gl~~ 0 r~s n N1'7>a1a! t4 I;l ~~a ' „ . b t 0 u 0 0 d 0 99LZ ,bEE05 ~:
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50334 2797 IL.YR CLASS h0. YA?fP}IL:.-I' 75 VI. I31 Jllaim, K. ; Szynal, J. (Instytut Chem. Technol. Rolnej , 7.akJ.cznd !iiochem: Akad. . Rolnicza, l,ubtinie.' n, i~1:AVl:S. ClfI:MICAL ANALYSIS OF TIiG ~ F^~'A2+ T,.-: TUl_,~I~(;9 *(Chemicznl charakterysty a substanc fi pektynowy,.h w1`i.s-iach tytnniu,)x Acta Agrobotanica 27 (No. 1) 29-37 (1974) (in °n'ish with Englisli abstract) *Kcywords:* pectin substances, cured, constituent; pectins, water soluble, cured, constituent; pectic acids, cured, constituent; protopect ins , ciir, ed , cons t ituent ; galacturonic acid, cured, constituent; galactose, cured, constituent; glucose, cured, constituent; arabinose, cured, constituent; rhamnose, cured, constituent; xylose, cur-ed, constituent; ribose, cured, constituent. *1975, No. 1.2, td 4065* *d* Tobacco chemistry: 0400o01 4 1 98 1 , , , ~
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L 50334 2788 370 PC,4 t-~.--~ ITP Sy PDO1. ~.tKriISIUM G:S VMS: CARB4HYU:`l•.T: S 1.ND /G r:iiisZP. I.Oi.ES, Tho T'{ fth In a:tieric3 of `~~ ~po~fa on soods Hc:l,' ct Oregnu Stdte Edited by H. k. Scti,ultz. R. 1'. ::~:n rr.d it. W. '.'roirsi:.-.i 453 Pnges f...•f. Publ{elzicS Cotap;x,y, Inc. Weecpor.t, Connzcticut 0 4 0 0n- 0 1 4 1 8 9- ,
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f t : ~ : . :'. .. .....- • . . 78 VI La TOBACCO--CELLS/ 50334 2795 • RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 VI Za Zaitlin, ,?4. ; Coltrin, D. , (Unif. ., Dep. Agr. Biochem., Tucson, Az., u. b.; USE OF GTU,;g1jZ'fME59 IN A STUDY OF THE NATURE OF INTERCELLULAR CEMENT OF TOBACCO LEAF CELLS. Plant Physiol. 39, 91-95 (1964) (in English) *Keywords:* pectinase, tobacco, additive. A commercial 1Kctinase preparation has been used Ito separate large quantities of living tobacco leaf cells 1from each other. An enzyme which is effective in the separation of the cells has Lcen isolated from ~this preparation. This partially-purified enzyme is ' ~.10 to 15 times as active (protein basis) as the com- ~mercial preparation. The enzyme is very effective in 'hydroly:ing pectic acid, u•hile complcytely esterified )peetic acid is not attacked. It has no proteolytic , lactivity. From the substrate specificity of this en- L' ~,z~me it is suggested that the material binding the i 0 4 0 o n.o 1 4 1 9 6 ~lcaf cells togrther is p`ec~ic ctd :~•ith fc~r carbozyl !groups esteri6ed. The reaction appears to be com- iplex, however; cell separation involves more than the simple clca.•ing of pectic acid. On occasion, the enz;•me is not very efi'ecti.•e in separating cells, but 'full activity is restored with 0.001 -tt ethylenediamine- ! tetraacetie acid. Calcium ion but not \a, K, or NJg `interferes in the cell separation reaction at low con- centrations. It is siiggeated that the calcium assoei- :ated with the middle lamella is rather transitory.. I , -11
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DISSERTATI0:1S-ARlIVERSITY OF DELAWARr/U~IIVERSITY OF DELAWARE--DISSERTATIUNS see DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF DELAWAF.E/PLANTS--CELT. WALLS/ QK ~PEGTIH~E3T~3BS~ A~A;t~1~F~1'~ECHANIC.AL~~I~ROPFRTY~~: ~ PLA,~'1` ?25 Br,CELL: WALLS,P. . By Brown, Michael Mathison 1969 A dissertation submitted to the Faculty of the University of Delaware in partill fulfillnent of the requirements for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy in Biology. June, 1969 ., F-/"(,.l1 :.i ~i.-. .": / I 0400n 0 i 4A 97 J
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C 11 id Sci I 53-62 (1948) 50334 2799 Jour. o o . . _ -t: .P,EGTIPlATF FILNiS ~ T. H. Schultz, H. S. Owens and W. D. Maclay From the il'tatern Regional Research Laboratory,' Albany, Calif. Rectiaod September 8,1'J47; Reviaed October 8,1 947 IxaMoavcriox Pectiuic acids are essentially long chain glycosidic polymers of galacturonic acid esterified in the range from near zero to about 70°'0 of theoretical with methyl alcohol. their high molecular weight and ability to form strong cross links with polyvalent cations suggest their use for many special films and fibers, but such use has not been industrially important because of their high cost. More economical methods for the extraction and isolation of low-methoxyl pectinic acids (1, 2) (degree of esterification from 0 to 20%, or more in case of enzymatically deesteri- fied products) have recently been devised which have overcome, to some extent, this disadvantage. It seemed advisable to reopen the investigation of properties of pectinate films and fibers. This paper offers data on strength, extensibility, plasticization, and resistance to washing, of films prepared Yrom a variety of pectinates. Several uses are proposed, one of which has been studied: Data on yarns and filaments will be reported later. 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 20 0 , ,
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. . 11t Ju -tJ FfYA }n11 •1rF1~'T'G'A 1. '~'LC'~'i1~ ~oLOGY 2 ~ 1_ . ~ _ ~ . S,P. Jcur. a~ !'lzarra~eut~ca71 F2(S) $Il-iS (1973) Z3f•IG1 Gr I?l~l~tlitl0ll .-~t~-:UJO.S liJlil~ uVu] 1 . . Sirnul~ tcd Lui:a ~:ppz~'atus t' e'.R`dOLD 14'. F:~,RiG',Y;~1R\E'F-E.~~Kt'; aad G;.E:'v' J. SPFRA`I'~IO -";- 50334 2749 temic effects or a combination of loca1 and s;:stec::c abstnet ^ A l.nc chamt-er a-s -ic:iened for the evaluation , ,A -. ~ •. action (1-,). Se~•e:al p:.rat ters i„r,uer-cc tr„ ~cn,tra- o: oral in;.alat:on c:rc,cis. i he lune ehamt•cr ~as a com^artm~ntai- ' ~ tion and deposition of initaled ma[-riaN tn the 1::;._, ize3 unit o.e%e,: on certain Faram.:trrs of tne hum.:n resatratory ~ . tract. A vacJun: 7:YSa'1t µ1S tiiCti t_J rt^L•1at C1atC ihr tlo~•w rare ti:rou,n ~ter.siv esive research (-:-•i _) has been conuucted ~.;, the chambrr. 13a~ed o: ~::c:_s o' air row rate and evalu.,ttor.S witn re/2tionship of partic!e size to distributior. 2nc rc:=n- tr.cdicina' a:rosoi u^:3. d vacuum of ?A.4 cm. 1:3 in.) of inercurr tion in the lur;s. The CO:1fliCt uf theories II.^.C C.[p:;t- was choser. 3i the rr.nst su:t: cle prei•,ure fo: anai)-sis of the ae:osal mental results from these investi_ators hz:, be::i a[t:;b- taraples aithin t^e eramrcr. S:ir•iniing of the charnber was by fa~tors as s~-•~ics ot anti•.ta,i ~sa:, t*avity, Jenosition a•.' :F: r.rhula tn ampie collrcnnn vials at- uted to such ~•ariabi~ ~" tached to the ha;e of each comrartmezt. or :u11 rinstng of each nonuniform breathing, rates, t1:e:aod5 of tempartr+ta. £7mci:: 4ctc ar, ly.e l.atC:ronnoton:rt:tcatSy. The Oi particle-size distriqutton, A:altods of JG't.~iris:ain_ pt•rticle•siz: d>>tri^ut:..na of acro,~~litrd ta1;, camj•frs trom t:icit thC a~ents used, and effects of lur+:: moistur2 t:^rtt:Ot chamber eor.e,^.a;trTe:t wcre determinCC1 to evatuate tne separation . e.tiaractcrisucs of tre rnoelcl tung cr.: rnber. Soluttons of sarytng on the SizC of inhaled particles (3. 6, 7. le , 1~). All ter:ngth. of isoprotese^Ci r.yurc:nloride ano pnen':icphrine ity- authors agree. however, that depth of pen:tration in- droChloride aero~;oh:ed u::rg cevcr:tl common a_rosol dcvices creases with dccre:sine Farticlt size whlle whole it::.-, d:mouitrate:i thr m:x:ct lur.v, charnr.er to ix a suitaoie device for reter:tlott lncreases w[th increasing partiClt` size (1. 6, e':zluating meuicir.al.us.! pZar:;.aceuur.:i aerosol unus. 15, 16). The optimum partieie-size range for t:[haiatiea Kcyphraset, 0 InWaticn 3tresa's-rvaluated using simulated O( mCdiCtnalS into the lungs is CurrC.^.[ly 1^~. =S O40onO 14 Iso I r /
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73 VI B21 TOBACCO--PECTINS/ TOBACCO--CHEMICAL CO*°OSITIO~I--POSITION ON STALK/ : RJR CLASS 10. PAMPHLET 73 VI B11 Blaim, K.; Szynal, J. - (Institute Chen. & Technol., Dep. AgY., Lublin, Poland) PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATIONS ON-P,jtqUa'$,IIV THE LEAVES OF SOME PLANTS FROM t., NICOTIMNA GENUS. *(Wstepne badania nad pektynami lisci niektcrych roslin rodzaju Nicnt:ana. Ann. Univ. Mariae Curie-Sklodovska, Sect. E 25, 213-20 (1970) -,in Polish _ aith English summary. *Keywords:* Pectins, green, constituent. *1973, No. 11, W 5009* *jt* Tobacco chemistry: 0 4 ~ 0 0 0 142.0 1 /
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50334 2810 Pbdcrsen, P.M.; Harlow, E. S.: Distribu- tion of radioactivity in main and sidc... Vi i;:tt)r~:c~ t,i"t".,~:>.3' as~~ar-eh Lcnr...-;,~ ., ... . .j To 195 6 ; . . . . ., r,. • ~-., .. .: ; . o4nono 1 4 2 Vb ,
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r ~ i.. n . . ~ ~ . 503311 ..2791 Q ~ lLc~ ~LGI r/1 t r1~ . !l ~ ~ • f~uc! (~cit iilka~isc~lcii I clctnnat~u" . von '.Voflmcrt • - M{ttctluuo aus dem Instttut f(fr Cheltilsd:e Tcdinik der • Tcdlraisd:en Nodtsdlule Karlsruhe '- Ei»gcgan(;en aiu S3• rebruar 1950 , . . . . zusnnDIl:NrASSUNCt -i t Alit Ililfe oemoturlris~~ 1lfol kulo d t tud b I\i J i cr c rge . s ce wtwgen au tratcn wur c ge• , :c161, JaR Jie alkalisdie Ver.cifung vou Pcktiu mit eiucr atarken ALnahme (.uo I 4! 9 , .!'. ..~ .. . . . • , . , , . • • . r7,S" I
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i 50334 2806 ~ -- -- .-.. .. _ .. '._.._ . . V .Symposium of the "Gcscllschaft zur IIckatnpfung der • ~ RC 267 Gr 1975 " hrcbskranl:hcitcn Nordrluin-\Vestfalen, c. V." D'tisseldorf, Sponsored by the S, riss League against Canc April 6/7, 1973 CANCER--CONGP.ESSES/NEUPLASMS/CANCER--STATISTICS/ Recent Results in Cancer Research "Fortschritte der Krebsforschung vPregres dans les recherches sur le cancer t~- - Editor in Chief: P. Rentchnick, Geneve 5 o ancer Registry Library of Congress Cataloging in 4Publication Data. Gesellschaft :ur Seka`mp(ung der lircbsl.rankheitcn Nordncein-Westfalen. Cancer registry. (Recent results in eancer researdr; v.50.) 1'roceedings of a sy:nposium held in D"usseldorf. Apr. 6-7, 1973, and sponsored by the Swiss League against Cancer. lncludes bibliographical references and index. 1. Cancer - Statistics - Congresses. 2. Diseases - Reportins - Con6ressrs. 1. Gr.ur.dmann, Ekkehard, ed. 11. Pederscn, Einar, 1917- ed. 111. Sdrweizeriscfse Natiunalliga fiir l:rebsbel.3mp(ung und }:rebsforsdsung. IY. Title. V. Srsi.•s. IllNL,l: 1. Nlcup:asms - Oc,urren:e. 2. kegistries. W1 REt06p v. 50 / QZ?00 C216J RC26I.R35 vol. 50 [RC262J 616.9'94'088s 1616.9'91'071J. 74-23303. - Edited by E. Grundmann and MTMargenam, Springer-Verlag I • New York • Heidelberg • Berlin 1975 ~ 0 4 0 0 0 1 4 2 0 6 , ,
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~ 5Q334 2814 0 ?3t MeF-F-tUM-74 TiiE SAUERKRAUT FEI'MENTATION. P() G L Ssy By par],-Se. Pedersop and Hargaret N. Albury NE7,J YORY. STATE ACRICULTURAL E:CPEPME:NT STATION, BULLETIN 824. c> New York State Agricultural Experir.ient Station, Ceneva, Cornell University, Ithaca w 0 4 0 0- n 0 1 4 2 1 4 w.~~, .v.,,..----- _.. ~.. .... Dec, 1969 ,
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TOgACCO--SMOKING•--PSYCHOLOGY/ 50334 2816 .. S76 X Pe SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/ -..~ .... ~ JR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 X Pe ~ ' -'1 :'A"11 alwok -Scrimseour, W. G.; Lefcoe, N. M. ; (Univ. Western Ont., Dep. Med., London, Ont., Can.) ' COMPAP.ISON OF HYPNOSIS PLUS COUNSELING, COUNSELING ALONE, AND HYPNOS?., ~ ALONE •IN A COMMUNITY SERVICE SHOKING WITHDRAWAL PROGRAM. .• .- "• Jour. Consult. Clia. Psychol.. 43 (No.* 6) 920 (1975) (in English) , ~
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5033a Z798 f'= 73 XV Re-79 &SqIVjA7 ;SCL~lRE1(~ S.P. E. P. KUKIITA et al CN4eponomcxn8 rocynapcrncunlrtl ynneepcnTer I7ocrryneno , Hw. M. B. 4>pya3e 11. X11 1978 r. (RS) PECTIN SUE3STACtC;:S OF T11[= ESSENTIAL OIL CUI_TUi:rS .3. I:'•OLAT 1 UN ANO CIIARACTGf:I7_AT ION 01= . PCC7 ) N f- i2OM SALV 1 A-.^.CLAkC4 (T 1':CI•:N I CAL NOTt'_ ) KUKIITA EP CHIS:VA CY SIiA012IN 'GtJ STAZAEVA 1_P Y.t1IM f'>ttI12 S1979(2): ?_22. 1979 G"~I2EFS~ ~-----> CalECK TO O!:')CR TEAR St1I:ETS ->( )CuGYlO05 EP I:Utall"A, biV FRU.NZC- STATE VN IV, SItdI=EI:UPUL• UKSSR . f.3-- flEKTHHOBb1E BEII(ECTBA 341HPOMACJIN4HbIX KYJIbTYP 111. Bbl}1611EHHE H XAPA TEPHCTHKA nEKTRHA SALVIA SCLAREA F, P, ~ E. /1. .<yxra, B. A. Yupea, 1'. H. lUadpuH, JI. 17. Crasaeea Panee naefll [1, 2) paccsratpneanxcu nextnuw aIsTM (Mer.tha piperitae) n po:• (Rosa canina L). B HacrofluteM coo6uienNn npuuoatnTCa ltanuLle AnA nexrnNa, abi.i. ACHnOro H3 HaA9eMnofl 4aCTH waJlCPeB MycKaTHOro (Salvia sclarea L.). flexrnn alrAenaaa no onucanxoMy meroay [2I. atixoA 2,50/, (a(~o +213• (c 0.15; Hs0 (~ QOtI ~pelt#aefcr 19)60 xnon:,eenAHUt~ nopomoK 6enoro anera, xopowo pactsopNMt.: a aoAe, nnoxo-a opra Igyecxtlx pacraopnTeaAx. 3ne~tenrnwit auain3 (°.h) : C-34,62. H= . L. •r Ann n~~.~...~..... ..If....~~ -ww............n...n wn/'naM,arra r n9.).....•» n••IN ~- ti Y11K 547.917+54. •i2.5-
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Sa8 . . ~ St.r,ttar3 ;:..-_., _ ,. -r r'j ' ~ .~S Jl p~~Lil'•;Z: ~ vf Ca~C• NE!'.lCa 63 !~ . .. . .. •. ~ tL;'V V t ,) 1t:, ".a ev•~ '..•~,. Gonno ~4o0no t 4 2 t.,R , I ;
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~`50334 2819 ~ ~-~..~~-n,":~.r-.:., , 71 p adisyt~ ~'o~~ J"!' M+:•1 ht:r PRESStTRI: DROP Tti SYSMSS tjF E"{2:FEyT:,'f3L9.' ilPJt;M01:PJ : '.."il1;F.S ; by i. J. R. C. Schroter und :f. F. ..ric:cllct:T Plu;d t-S^ch. 46 (PL'. 2) (1572) 0 4 ti n no 14 2 1 9- ~~
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78 III Pe Industr ~ Res. 12(4)50-2 (1974 1i6 QUADRUPOLE,44ASS ANAt.YZeR has left its Cnrliest application far bchind. From its early use as an Isotope separator, quadrupoles now have moved Into all phases of mass spectrometry. This success has been achicved because of its compact -size, light weight, and relatively low cost. And also be- cause the quadrupole has a unique ability to detect ions and neutrals from a variety of sources. All these factors play an important role In the quad- rupole mass analyzer's use :n residual gas analysis, partial pressure analysis, molecular beam detection, combined gas chromatography-mass spectrometry, general mass spec- lrometry, and even to particle measurement in the upper atmosphere. The quadrupole mass spectrometer is capable of stick- ing its inquiring finger into many interesting areas--elcc- tron microscope stages, automobile exhausts, and even mon- itoring the breath of patients as a medical diagnostic tool. ldeally a quadrupole consists sy• Ions are separated according to' their e/m (charge/mass) ratio, the instrument is not restricted to detection of mono- energetic sources. In this regard, the quadrupole is superior to magnetic instruments, which achieve mass separation by sorting ions according to momentum. In addition, the quadrupole uses strong focusing tech- niques that permit ions injected with transverse encrgy to be transrnittcd. The q,oadrupolo provides greater scnsitiv- ity because virtually 10010 of the desired ion stream in- jected into the filter may be transmitted under certain operating conditions. In practice, however, the ideal quadrupole cannot be constructed. It would require infinite hypcrholic surfaces and perfect voltage control and stability, which are some- what difficult to achieve. Even the machining of hyper- bolic cylindrical surfaces proves to be a difficult and ex- pensive task. In most instruments, cylindrical poles are used to approximate the required hyperbolic fields in the of four ~cicctrically-conducting, parallel, hyperbolic surfaces in ` which nnnncifo nairs nf eu.•fnrP. ~ ^ 040 OQ 1 4205 -PPRM central region. A good approximation is af- forded by four circular rods of
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I I I Du2-80 S. P. Eur J Respir D'a (1980) il, 156-161 FfTect of freon inhalation on maximal expira tory flows and heart rhythm after treatment with salbutamol and ipratropium bromide B. TH1ESSE1 & T Institute dphysiology, UnivenitydAarhusand Department of 77roracic Medicine. L'ni.ersity Hospital. Aarhus, Denmark Absfrarl: The purpose of this investigation was to determine whether inhalation of a frcon gas mixture, the propellant dthe comrnercial metercd-duse aerosols, consisting of freon 11, freon 12, andfrcon 114,reducesthebronchudilatingeifectsdinhakdsalbuumoloripratropiumbromideor causes cardiac arrhythmias in control, asthmatic and bronchitic subjects. FEVt and itoa•s measurcd at differcnt lung volumeson the ma ximaleRort expintory Oo..-volume curve were measured during a period of 6 h. Inhalation of freon caused no significant o.erall reduction in the salbutamol and ipratropium bromide response in any group. Arrhythmiasonlyoccurrcd amonR theasthmatic and bronchitic patients, and ssert most frequent after salbutamol. Yentricularextrasystoles occurrcd in thrcecases, all after salbutamol and in twoof these in combination. with freon inhalation. In one patient there was furthermore hypoxia and hypercapnia. The combination dthe effects dhypoxia, hypercapnia, catecholamines and frcon on the hean is 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 0 9 , t
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j 50334 2811 , ~- - -- ' IVO _ . ( it:... aut. ) Y 1HOT,~.ard tS. Y n • a AAn.lx?.^t`.2XQ:;s 0p Smmum,. s 7Ji FIVfi mrjAI=t•. TZONS: A CCtF•'ARaI!'C /2:rtiuS6J., ty 1'oL1rx:rs Howaru M.; Todd R. LaParte; William C. Pcflersen; and Pby1•1.is A. Tw-; ton. Y'ay 3.964 124 Fp. Clei:ritt;bouse Ynr ~'ederal Ccicntific and Technicv.1 lsfcrzat.ian, U. 5. Tcpta of Ca~ezoo Spriusfiei6p Va. 0 4 0 0 0 0~ 42 1 i , n I
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, , ( £'o z tF 1 0 u 0 0 a d (QnST) 80T-EG i (T ' Otii) ii t3.{Z~ts~ ~s;qo,a~l~C r1 t"-TTPti'r'}M *.2 . 'J rLI"d 4Ve1x3s.:;TT17 'I Et; sy . :1:IIJitQQ~~;i ~il,~I~11`r', ,x-c^3i%4I Si?J7;aL1ft'7:~ OX JI?i tI0 5't3:.r L~'3'.it`:?a3 *;1:)S !:0 Q96Y , tzZ 4 _ .:_... TI -- . .,-: ..-_ .. ~ CoeE bEEOS --- - ~ - . _ _...~ . . . .. _ . ~ . . .. . tir__«.,. I 'r,
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_ ~ xx ~ Mec 7 7* k G J c 50334 2812 ""`" _ r. . . '' (19683 `uc A.^-V 0'V cIcTA.r -L;a ~~ VMJ:: UTcL%oftTaT . . i k1Jll RE".A_OD SUL1:TE:3atG AGE'=&S, by G. J. HuCkcr, cnd : r!_ 9. Pr-rsar,aan Food Ras. 7 459-490 (1942) , . . _ _ . , .. . : • .. • z 0 4 a o n. q 1 4 2 t...?,
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AIR--POLLUTION--LAWS(Standards)/ ,t 50334 280 q/FEUERAL REGULATIONS/ U. S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY TEST METHOnS/ .. ncrvn I hlU. t. 34L1-7E~-0~~_ - '~ i~4. TITI E AND 5Ub71TLE RA Environmental Protection Agency 576 -j!~ptional Elaission Standards for Hazardous Pe .1 Air Pollut4nts 1977 :;7.AU1t1OR(S) C~d 0. PERFORt.11NG ORG1NIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS :az Anril 6. PERFO MIN GANIZ0A ION CODE U. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. 11499 C 1QS r Oa i1.C0NThACT7aRANTNs Cincinnati, Ohio 45246' , information to those persons who will be working with the NESHAP regulations.. This manual presents a compilation of the Environmental Protection Agency National Emission Standards for Hazardous Air Pollutants (NESHAP). Since their inception in 1971, the NESHAP have been expanded and revised several times. This manual i.s intended to serve as a convenient reference and source of current Division of Stationary Sorce Enforcement 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE Washington, DC 20460 ' 68-01-4147 Task No. 15' 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS - 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED 4 S £nvironn,ental Protection Agency FINAL ,..- __ . . . . A 4 0 0n 0 1 4 2 0 4
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t 50334 2620 . S,P. -Chim. Ind. M. 61(10):773, 1979. N-NITROSAMINES IN THE ENVIRONMENT: ELECTROCHEMICAL'METHODS OF ANALYSIS . . F.-.rPulidori, C. Locatelli, G. Borghesani, C. Bighi Institute of Chemistry, Ferrara (complete translation from Italian) 4 4 tl 0 0 t} i 4 2 a_ 0 ; ~ . , , ~-~ ------ • -~ , ~ ~
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... . . . ... . . .,,, ' 1 .+~'. _:.+.: ayn w~~,~w ~`r ria.~~ ~ o t~i~ ~''~ ~ w~ v,Fc 0 r4 eA~'s/S~Ks~~~/e6RE~r~c~co~~~~/~'E~/ i ~ M I . S :e Making. Second Edition p,d Metabolism ood Engineering. d Processing , Food Preservation. TThd Food Product Devebpment ,tan i Processing aod Engmeenng : M ~!k Products .rstr~•. Th rd Edition cessmg Products )tKrauons. Vols. 1. 2. and 3 ! Design the Food Industry. Third hnd EdiUon i Nutr4son r and Engineering •r Technology : tor :ood Canners and s 1 and 2 0 4 a 0 n 0 e ~ . TP 7~Pe ~ ~ ' ® 0k0 ~ U h V 9 GQI 1 9-~ ,~~ ~ ~_I Food PUM 3 MOVOouls ay C Pro(easor Emeritus of Bacteriology, Cornell University and New York Stats Agricultural Experiment Station, Geneva, New York 1 4 2 i -4, 3 ! i i .~
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i WATER--POLLyTION/ N0RTl1 CA~NA--WA :R/ 97 ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACTS AND BENEFITS 8 Un RESU TING FROM pLEMENTATION 1975 OF T~PL 9' -;40 IN THE -. EE DEE RIVER ~4SIN YADK~N Y.~.~.; ~, . .._ s-~ Pi~EPARED ~ ~ FOR .s M NATIONAL COIif1E5l10SSlOk'•I ON lNATEC~QUALITY ~ 11VASNlNGTQN f D.C. 20036 . - MAY 1975 ~) " ~~~ ~~~ ,~ TRanaroaTAr~ovZ •~J ~': f~~(+'ENVNYONMENTAL L! Fl 6OOERAI/ONS 0 oqoooo . • , 4 2 2 ,
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a I j 50334 2815 L... -. ... . IX RF.z-78 S.P. Can. Jour. Public Health 68(6)497-8(1977) An Objective Measure of the Validity of Children's Responses to a Questionnaire on Health and Smoking ?he validity of Grade 4 to 6 cheldren's responses to a question cauerning cigarette smokink behaviour was assessed asrng a measure of carbon ntonoxide concentration in expired air. Based on this mcasurenient, it was determined that 3~/M of the children reported on paper and pencil question- naire that they were non-smokers when their CO mcasuretitent indicatcd that the), had sntoked recentlP. Ilowever, It was concluded that most • of the responses children givc about snioking behaviour ore truthful. Mk,- KENNE771 SIDNEY2 and NEVILLE At. LEFCOE3 children. Questionnaires have frequent- ly been used to dctcrmine children's attitudes toward smoking, their knowlcdgc about the relationship between smoking and disease, and their smoking bchaviour.. This technique may be very efficient in that a vast amount of information can be gaincd, covering a wide range of topics in a short time- span. Obviously this efficiency is only advantageous if the childreti s respon.ces accurately reflect their attitudes, know- Icdgc, and behaviour. Oneasscssmcnt of this accuracy is a measure of test-rctest 28 young adult smokers and 62 non- smoken, made by K.S., were used in the present study to determine the critical values involved in classifying child ren as smokers or non-smokers. ~' , rc thti; hu~ vcr, the demonstration J~ intg}asit0inciQnceWt smikin~ of igh relitHflities may reflect the ~among younF pcopac has brcome a possibility of inaccurate responscs being __mainr-hra Methods 130 Grade 4, S and 6 children from six classrooms were used as subjects in the validation of the smoking awareness questionnaire bcing administered to the total sample. One of the multiple choice ; ', items on this questionnaire asked specifically about the individual's eur- rent smoking behaviour. Four months after administration of this questionnairc, the s-ub-satnnL•.-- r r
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4 50334 2807 ` ~.:. . . _ . _ . ~ . . .. ; : ItC ~2G7...... . . . . . c...- Li Rea ~ . ~ METH0:?S a7 STIiW, b; S. '&. PC..:.:s>:.Z ; ~ avd J . 1:. Loud ` ~ ].90 165 Pege3 3ahos hcpkinr, Freao 2irz1t,~ore. 0 4 0 0 0.0 1 4 2 0 7
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~ 50334 2822 78 VI I Ag-F31 " S.P. TOBACCO--BURLEY/TOBACCO--NORTH CAROLINA/ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 78 VII Ag-81 s.p. a, R. L. ;-vP!reldtlWZ-j_.F;W . C. State Univ., Raleigh, 11. C., U.S. ) BURELY TOBACCO PRODUCTION IN WESTERN 110RTH CAROLINA. N. C. Agr. Ext. Serv., Raleigh, N. C., 30 p. (1981) (in English) North Carolina generally ranks fourth In burley produotion in the '•ight-state burley belt. Gross sales since 1973 have averaged approxioately $20 illion annually. ; ;d,
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50334 2829 ., _.., . / I RJR CLE.SS NO. PAMPHLET 72 X Hi 4 Hill, D. (Anti-Cancer Counc. Victoria, East Melbourne, Victoria, Aust.) 'v'PEER'GROUP'COtiFOR~QTY"T~~'ADOLESCEi`T-.S:tOqI11G..MD..ITS• RELATIOi3S11IP TO AFFILIA'PYOV"A*4D`:ktT'I`bti0*:7EEDS. ` Aust. Jour. Psychol. 23 (No. 2) 189-199 (1971) (in English) *1972, No. 2, W 492* *1n* Tobacco analysis(me3icine): , ;~ 0 4 0 0 n 0. 1 4 2-2 9
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150334 2828 77 III Ou SYNTNi;TIC COMMUNICATIONS 1(2),411111-112 (1971) SYNTHESIS OF 3,5-DtHYOROXY-2-METHYIPYRAN-4-ONE (5-HYDROXYMALTOL) ~ /FyJ4, G.A.M. van den Ouweland and H.G. Peer-p Unilever Research Ouiven, Postbox 7, Zevenaar, The Netherlands 0 4 . WE recently described the synthesis of the dihydropyranone I from aldohexoses and secondary amine saitsl: In addition to I, trace amounts of S-hydroxymaltol, 11, were formed. Compound 11 was isolated by preparative gas oraaatography and identified by i.r., n.m.r., and mass spectrometric ana- lyssls. HO.- ~J` ~OH H 4~~~ ~~ ,
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acn JUxAL ANU NEURAL a/OLOCY 3D. J4S-349 (l9•P0) " ....~_... _r---~-~ .r. 81 Y Sw ,•.=•' . , _ ~ I ~ ~0334 2825 t The OperantAssessment of~te Discrimination / ' -~~ H. $C TT SWARTZWELDER, MARK B. TAYLORr:~~Yl~~'sr P~E'CLr ~~ JO>iN P. MAST ~ PAOLO~~~BURTON M. SLOTNICK, AND ANTHONY L. RILEYt Department ojPsychology, The American University Washington. D. C. 20016 The present report represents a new technique for the assessment of taste discrimination in rats. Rats were trained to lick a three-tube configuration for the presentation of a 0.01-cc taste stimulus. Following the sampling of a specific taste (SD), rats were further required to make 20 additional licks for a 0.05-cc lap water reinforcer. Following the sampling of a second taste (S°). licking was not rein- forced. Rats acquired this discrimination in an average of 200 S" and 200 S' trials. This technique can be used to determine taste discrimination without the con- founds of taste and position biases noted in earlier work on taste discrimination and should prove useful in studies of taste psychophysics. 0 4 0 0 Q 0 1 4 2 2 5 i s
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DRUGS A(VtU FAMILY/PEER iNFLUENCE r.r4 ~ ~ 50334 2830 ~ .~,.~a.~.~.~.~... 300 Fe F il P I fl am y and n uences eer ....,. l D U 17`' on ~ o escent rug se Edited by Patricia Ferguson, M.L.S. Documentation Associates Thomas Lennox, M.L.S. Documentation Associates Dan J. Lettieri, Ph.D. Division of Research Behavioral and Social Sciences Branch National Institute on Drug Abuse National Institute on Drug Abuse 11400 Rockville Pike Rockvillc, Maryland 20852 Research Issues Series - 4 0 4 0 0 o 0 1 4 23 0 , , i
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; 50334 2831 r TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING HABITS--GR RJR CIASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 X Ai Aitken, P. P. (U. K. Dep. Ed. Sci.01Health Ed. Sch., Dep. Psychol., Glas gow, Scotland „=PEER„GROUP PRESSURES, PARFTITAL CONTROLS AND CIGARETTE SMOKING AMONG_.10 TQ;` 14 YEAR OLDS: Brit. Jour. Soc. Clin. Psychol. 19, p. 141-146 (1980) (in English) `_ Results obtained fraa previous studies conducted in Britain indicate that secondary schoolboys who smoke are subjected to more peer group pressures and fewer parental controls with respect to smoking. ... 80 X Ai 0 4 0 Q n 0 1 4 2 3 1 , : ;'~
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"5033y 2823 ~ ,. . _. __ . .. ARC}IER PILOT PLATiT STUDIES OF '.1EAT TR1ulSFER PAPER h4 ,470-49 (R. H. Dunnington) SOLIDIFICATION AND RESULTA?:T STRUCTURE OI` CONTINUOUSLY CAST ALUaI:iLi4 S. Pengelly and S. Pilkina,ton Abs tract A study of heat transfer and solidification in the semi-contint!ous casting of alu..~irrun has griven an icproved quaratitativo understanding of the process. The factors controlling solidi°ication and hence etructure at the exst surface and in the body of casting have been exaained by laboratory and pilot p];.nt ti:ork. `- A mathematical sinulation of the ca9tino process using b!?usured paraneters for heat transfer and solidification nhoxs rood quantitt:ti7e agreement.of reasured and calculated temperature fields. A convincing semi-quantitativo agreemeut of measured and calculated cell size distributions is also obtained ©nd provides an inportant link botxoen casting conditions.and resultant cast structures. The application of this work in cact shop practice is considered briefly. f~- .TNPi,S PAPE 'R p.... ~...•!i~,,--~~-q ~ , r1q THE METALLURGICAL SOCIETY of AIME _ -..~..r- w..~. .-6..~. ~ i ~ . w . ,.~3 A C:T,..07-h-.-TF`~ : 40.0..00 ! 422' 3 I
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~Qt10CtQ I 423,3 :.=TH;. AIY~LTXCS OY A}a"OUTIQ2d 0: CAUO11 rF0l~XLi~B~ iiiS:.hvF;.1., lt1w c i-:cmm taa:Lls: r:.: 1ror l~Ac~:~~- r lY~~ 4Crb$L• 4, 676-Cv fraiv.~.~ 0 , ~
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:jIX iRc 2 (1968) H. ADSO?PTICM 0F CO &N-D 0 ON 2nt3 ANil t3i0: i;V:'I?C.': 0? ZFcI:~.'3T.!',7.' IG i.'3T.!',7.'IGi LY TilH Y-I~I:iS OF CC; -C `"1', by Ar. thur t-i. Peera Anct Jc:.n C1.uuaa Uran Jv.ir. Chin. Yhyo. 62, 718-27 (1965) . ._ . _., "--, _-. a~i ~ o~ a 1 4 2 3 4 '--
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~ 50334 2832 TOBACCO--SMOKIN(:--PSYCHOLOGY/ '% 77 X Me RJR CLASS NO. PMSPHLET 77 X Me _ Mettlin, C: • '. • .. , ~. ~ Y., tJ. S.) (New York St. Univ. Buffaro, Dep. Sociol.,-Amherst, N: PEER ANG., OT11RR;; INFLUENCES. OK SPiOKING : BEHAVIOR. Jour. Sch. Health 46 (No. 9) 529-36 (1976) (in English) . .. . ,. ~ ~-- - rOverall these data tend to support the proposal that meaningful relationchips between the attitudes, behaviors, and expectations of agents of interper- sonal influence and a focal individual's smoking at• studied here and the fact that interpersonal influence + y is only one of several variables related to cigarette • 1 be examined in the light of the rather limited sample A titudes and behavior may be observed by means of ~ the Significant Other Battery and the proposed ag- 1 gregation techniques. These findings, however, must ; smokmg1 _4 232 V _ _ r.-
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i C% z I li~, jC::d CF C!)„GN tda0 A1I3) ?•n0: BFFECT OF PPKtF!OUS . 1.(iViTX l:'_:J ~r'~i' w(ti~ ~^~:.fi7.~i, by LL"C}1L~r T'~zCKcir:sic• : Pc..^t°~~, 3et:u C1?ud© )-'rau ens : UindChi G; Ua j. 62 (7-F; , 711-17 (1965) U e ~~ 0 c1 ~ i 4 2 3_.5
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Animal Learning Qc Behavior 1981. 9/21. 287-290 ~ 1 50334 2824 _...-_ : V Ri The interaction of conditionedste 'aversions 81 ~ and schedule-induced polydipsia: Availability of alternative behaviors ANTHONY L. RILEY,~~.~and KATHY D. RICHARD TheAmerican University, KQ.shing on, D.C. 20016 B018 LY989 P 287 and RILE AL ANIM LEARN BENAV pAULJ.KULKOSKY Ed ward W. Bourne Behavioral Research Laboratory Cornell Medical Center, tS'hire Plains, New York ]06oS Animals poisoned followiing exposure to saccharin subsequently avoided the schedule-induced consumption of saccharin. While this suppression was transient for subjects who had access only to the saccharin solution during the free-food presentations, recovery of schedule-induced saccharin consumption was significantly retarded for subjects who had concurrent access to saccharin and a running wheel. It has been suggested that the transient suppression of schedule induced polydipsia by conditioned taste aversions results from the pellet-induced tendency to drink within the schedule-induced polydipsia procedure. That access to the running wheel re- duces schedule-induced polydipsia in general and prolongs the suppression of schedule-induced polydipsia by taste aversions supports this view. 0 0 4 ~ 0 0 0 1 4 2 2 4 4
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r ~ 50334 2826 sCr~ ~~ t rLJ ` ~ia,: .A ~ sa :-'CTS : GOr~.L ,",OU~ nr• I7.ISE.CUR :~D bY '!'%, C. }'aclGj ?-t. T. cr:d J. Y'. 0 4~ o oo t 4 2 2, _ 6 , ,~
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50334 2817 ~ .... . ~ '-- .a.~ s.~.~.,,a.:,.,i..s.... _.r...,rrr.a....:...r...s.:~..a...a:...~~Yz i .i;~ i ,,...• ... •. +,.1 fZ. \}: , jt.I• ,•.T {~= `L.~U.ah•n.wJ.-~.S 1:.«,6•tivi! .-r~.lll:~ i `~------ . _ ._ _. _ _-_ _ _...~....>>:....,~.-..~-.....--,t•.,.. 0 4~~ 0 n o 1 4 2 1 7: : _ baY.,.y
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., . Au. 7. fs vi 1 ,50334 2836 C_.. .. _. . Inirn. lluab.. iq:1n. 20: 1 rq r2.}. ~. _.7_~ .... .i 7icidal control in i6ineapplc and *vavocado of Fun , 76 II Rel-80 S.P. diseases caused by Phytophthora cinnamomi ~ / , ~ 2_ R. A: :1/lrn, "__ _',, L. 1. 1•i,xcbeq and D. 1. Firlk Summary-Root and heart rot diseases of pineapples and root rot of avocado caused by P, cinnamomi were controlled with fungicides. In pineapples, treatments were applied at planting and again after one and two months. Ridomil (0.8 kg a.i. ha ') and Aliette (8 kg a.i. ha ') controlled P. cinnamomi better than the standard Difolatan treatment (11 kg a.i. ha '). In avocado nursery plants, Ridomil mixed with the soil before planting (1 g a.i. per 101 soil) or drenched onto the soil surface around established plants (1 g a.i. per 101 container) controlled root rot for at least four months after treatment. Two applications of Ridomil, applied at a rate of 5 g a.i. m' as a soil drench beneath the canopy of 7 year old trees affected by root rot. controlled P. cinnamomi without affecting its biological antagonists and permitted trees to recover over a 12-month period. 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 2 3 6- f I
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,P r<..... .~. CV/ /~t~T7T~(t~~7T~~ t7^+ ad.r~=J' k+..L-i.ia'i) Gs.lifom1.H=e°i n::a,i.{I3~.. 'm (INao 6) `t.L`Kf4 . ~ {u4~'pVe .1+51 ~.~,lws 0 :a d~4 2 2 7 , :
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QA 303 Pe ~ 50334 2842 ~.... - (xet*j.cied by It. 1:. Festar) A 'l'.i-M_b OF INTGCi',~`:ZS, 4th ed. 189 PeMes iir;~ sdeA2. Pui.2lehing Co. W.althem, AlaaE. . . .,. . - , ,j.. . , 04pon 424,,2 , , ;A
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XXI MeAS-78 S.P. ~ fieck-\ieIscn. and H. O. Lindskov. Medical De- ~artmcnt I 1 and Dcpartmcnt of Clinical Chemistry. County I-fos- pital of Aarhus. DK-SllQll Aarhus C. Denmark. Epidemiological and experimental studies indicate that high- sucrose consumption may be a diabctogenic factor. To ascertain whether an effect of sucrose on in:ulin tolerance in part is medi- ated throueh changes in insulin r¢reptor: we have studied 1=`I- insulin bintiing to nwnoc% tes in ~oung volunteers. Six subjects ate their u<ual diet plu. 11111t1 kcul surrn.c'day and 6 had an iuicaloric low-sucrose diet. Both groul.s continued their diets for 2 weeks. An eccrssis•c sucrose intake Was a~uulatrd with•a reduction txlth of insulin tolerance (p < 11.05) and insulin hindinl; (p < p.05), whereas a n:c of insulin binding (p < 0.05) and :nt unchanged insulin tolerance followed the ixKaloric loa•-stlcrosr dict. Suhsr- qucnt to our finding that >ucrose afferts insulin hinding we studied whether this effect is related to fructo-w tir glucose. Seven young pcr.ons mrrc fed their usual diet filus 1000 1 kccd f;lurosc/dav and 1 volunteers were given 1000 kcal extra (ructo.c«lay.'1'he.o dietary rctiimrnc continued f.x Iwrrk. Hit:h-glura>r frc.linl; c.lu..d no significant changes in insulin binding or in.ulin tolerance whrreas hil;h•(ru.tu.: -fcr.iing was accompanied by a.i;mifirant rc.lu.tiitm Mh of in.utin hindine. (h -, 0.01 ) and in.ldiu tol.•ranrr Ip -.11.111). wc con.ludc that t).u.•ra.r (rr.hng is a.%tkiatr.l 1%ith an inllair- mcnt hoth of insulili tolclancr and cellular insulin binding 2) fruc- low i% tI1C dI:IIlCIU!`,.•114' 11h1iCt) of ]tll'IUK. ~)It a (/y 7,9) '265. Effects of Stlcrose. Glucose and Fructose on Cellular Insulin Binding and Insulin Tolerance in Young Non-diabetic Subjcc/.c 0 q ~ o 0 0 1 4 2 o s , ,
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50334 2847 ' j ~ ~ _~ ' Maass, Heinrich. Die pektine. 1 aufl. & Hemnel, 1951. Braunschweig, Serger -1+16p. 22 cm. . . - ~._ ~ ~..~...: ._..-,-~---,.~.._~_._._.~.._...,.... --~....- ~~ t~ 0 tt 0. 1 4 24 7
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t 50334 2840 82 III PP , MIT I nd ustrial Liaison Program Distributed for Internal Use by Member Companies Only. R Ei p o 1~ May Not be Reproduced. 11-84-81 ® MIT MIC'FaOQ~,PS[II~S ArID I~CPC~tS: ~TI't SY'SPF3~S FbR I~1G 1~3.1VF.RY by~ : Fred Barrett ; Chokyun Rha; Robert Langer Dept. -Nutrition & Food Science, MIT 0 40 0 oo 1 4240
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~ 50334. 28a 1 a : " ~ G.B. NEURATH, M. DUNGER & Microanalyticat Laboratory Ucmrburg, Federal Republic of Germany VI Re -77 ;' S.P. 9 INTEILA(.`TION OF NITROGL•N OXIDES, OXYGEN AND i AMINES IN GASEOUS MIXTURES . I ~ ala -~ ~ ( ~ 0 With the aim of elucidatiiig the actual behavior of the precursors • of nitrosamines in gaseous mixtures like tobacco smoke, kinetic mca- ( suremcnts of gaseous model systems containing the reactants in relative proportions and concentrations closely corresponding to those of tobacco ~ smoke were made. To achieve this, the time slopes of the changing nitric , oxide concentrations in tho::e mixtures were determined by repetitive of the chemiluminescence method (Niki et al., ]970). This . _. ~ . _ ._,...._ ~ ~ . . •\ ~. 0 4 1 '4 x q•t , • • . . . .~~ ~ l. , .
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~ 503311 -2849 ~ -DISSERTATIONS--UNIIIEBSITY.._OF WISCONSIN/. ,u •---- t QR GERANIUM/ PLANTS--VIRUS DISI:ASES/VIRUSES--PLAN' ~ 360 Re SYMPTOMS, TRANSMISSION AND CONTROL OF VIRUS DISEASP:S 1962 0F : .ELARGONYUM:~'e:'<' ,~.. • BY HICFiARD AId.YN r=NMT A Thesis Sabmitted In Partial Fulfillment of tho Itequirement for the Degree of DOCTOR OF PHILCSOF•dY Pleat Pathology and Horticulture at the UI'I[VERSIT7C CF 17ISCO;7SIN 04001 00 1 4249~~-k-~
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,.,~...r.~ 1 I TP Hottenroth, 13eatrix, 190G- 248 Die Pektino und ihre 1rerwendunb. ATuiichen, Oiden- H bourg,1351 ti. e. 1950, 210 p. IIlus. 24 cm. (Techulka, BJcher der Praais, Bd. 5) Frrnta slip Inserted. B: biiodraphy : p. 193-200. 1. Pectin. (f3eries) TP248.1'4Ri6- Library of Congress tII p4o0 0 .01.42-4-8 , 1 r r
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50334 2838 i ~ HE 1151 Pn I :.~.~ Si•C'.tl_''~'iG'_t Ef,C`IOVITCS IM PUSLIC POLICT R-~(r:::t;.d r.. x:vi::, , E11bv-D:e ~ -. ~ - . . , . . . . , .. . . . . . - . ~ . . . ~ I
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TA 190 Pe 1971 ,. .; .-:L. •'advances in 50334 2846 z : MAC:IINERY--DESIGN/DATA PROCESSING SYSTEMS/COMPUTERS/ t # . EDITOR• ~ ~~~~ . Pff PidMk flI hbil roessor::ee>r-ng.a ; . • -'. .°.:. PERGAMON PRESS ~ , l..:bYQYY a4~?0n ar 4 246 i I OXFORD • NEW YORK • TORONTO •. ... SYDNEY • BRAUNSCHWEIG ' .. . ~ ~ ..r....i ea~a e~~~~~.c~r, ~ng Sy5;~er~s University ol8irmirtphsm. Member CIRP esearch and Development ;~,
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A Research Report from The Conlerer:ca 6aard : By Foreword ............................ iii T1te Yery Imponant Customer ............... I Factors in National Account Development ...... 8 Organizing the National Accounts GtTort........ 14 • . • • . -: a Nationa) Accounts Activities................. 24 . . . Descripttons of Natronal Accounts progrants ., in Selected Companics ................... 55 • Descriptions of National Accounts Posiiions ' I . ~ O 0 Q f .................. 87 "T Scl4ed 2om&ic! i . , r
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50334 2843 DiT`.-: i`S~ AEF!0^:3LS--iA'?TI~L1;S __~~ .__.:_ ~.......:. ._.:....~:....~..:-~._...._~_,. ....:.,.:..__.......,.-_...:....w. (' i0 ~ ri 9 '/ ~ AEROSOL SAMPLER FOR CHEMIC/:L A1.1) DISPERSE- PHASE ANALYSIS (EXC1iANGE OP FX1'I:ItIEKCE) ....-....~__.........,,...,.._,.,,.,,~/ ~~ A. S. 1.4andriko, A. N. itckhtman, and N. P. Y,ozyr' At tli° p:crent ti:i,c Eas Is smnplcJ fro::; va;vr stre.-ms at rcl3tivcly h:~h tcmperatutCs by thc practfe'c or fn- tcrual filuatiou of tIh• dr>;t-ladcn fas titroa,,it F;l:.rs r•I.•o1on"' tyja vlj cr ccnd::;::crs [1]. It is c?ifficu?t to rcp- .wic fo:t:c sj•,cics of d;:-t f:o:u ttle l;ir.:s fibc'rs in tL:rt n:ctit:.d, and this cvcutnally Ic+.s to distortion of tlrr, t_.ui's o,' stv,tics : nd cl:crnical co:njh•_itiott studics. Thc tcrnj"ratu;e raitf,ti; of tltc possible tange of rp, ltc.k tion of g1ass-f&~.r v, po- c'o:tc'-n;.rs of that type (400-450'e) a.Lo rrioves tr.lcec;rat, in sorne ir+.stances. - - WC rIopCSe tl;e S1'StCnt S1:OS;n frl for samp;ini, i r.ir fa::O %'wf!7r $trCRn'S ?L 0 4 0 0n 0 1 4 2 43 ,
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Nachr. Chem. Tech. Lab. 26(6)357-62(1978) (translated by G.K.) III Du2-78 CHEMISTRY OF THE ATMOSPHERE (CHEMIE IN DER ATMOSPHARE) S.P. BY. REINHARD ZELLNER. • Abstracts of papers presented at the 77th Annual Meeting of the German Bunsen Society of Physical Chemistry in Konstanr, May 4-6, 1978 od;n~' The following authors contributed; C.E.JUNGE~ D.H.EHAALT VOLZ/~~~ KHEDIM KLIPPEL / MOORTGAT~, SLEI~t/ SEILER/ SCHMIDT FIN KLAIS IL OESER; KELKEI H. I. SCHIFF/ GRAB "~ KORTE ILLENBERGERMANN ~ $AUMGAERTFLi H. I,. SCHIFFf B. A. THRUSI~ HACI~~~NE DONOVAIV - 3ANDWERKf ZELLNEI~ IERMANNf ZETZSCH ~ STUHL/ TROE / ZELLNERf kirchne ~= vettermann~ FILBY~ GUERTENf HOYERMANri~. SIEVERT/ STAUFF~ JACSCHKE /TONRERMANN/ROEDEL/LEIDNER/E. WEISE/H. W. GEORGII/2RICW REITER/SLAUKOVIC/POETZL/ ; Q Q 0 tl n o 1 4 2 3 9 , ,
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50334 ' 2859 .,., TP 719 Pe PDDL P f : fOD;:1?N FkE21Cii C:iLIhllRX ART. 1966 'IL?1 riages 'lhe World Yublishing Cc. tdew York Q 4 0 o t~ a 1 4 z S. 9 I
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ECONOMIES OF SCALE IN ADVERTISING BEER AND CIGARETTES. "` •Jour..•Bus. '44, 32-37 (1971) (in English) ; . ~ *Note date* ~ th~U~ d l~ h e ran s w » ~ . . . l G i , , uti ue more e ic ent advertising meth- ', ,.~ ods (and hence have lower average ad- : 1 vertising e.xpenditures) will probably 1 grow and vice versa. In these conditions, average and the total expenditures on ~ above negative association between the , ~ a cross-section of brands will show the j advertising. • 0A 4 2 5 4 -. , I ;'~
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.41 6 a lth I-I ~ i S O F . , t PSYCHOSOMATIC MEDICINE/STRE S/DIET AND DISEASE/LOP;GEVITY/ ea tress mum pt rom to i I A M~/N/ l.w.r.lwd I~COtri Mf9, sErwov~ I~w1tEt~tCt Q4p.ono ~ 4z6a. : k1 1;,! 1 l
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- i 50334 2851 74 I1 re ARCHIVUAS INiS1UNOLO:-IAF ET THERAPI AE t:XPERIMENTALIS 146?, Is, 371 - i~ 7 T HE CENTRAL ACTION OF CERTAIN DERIVATIVES OF I3UTYRbOLACTONE# . :. Department of Immunopharmacology, Institutc of Immunology and Experimental Tflerppy~ Polish Academy of Sciences, Wroctaw • The pharmocologie properties of Jwo isomerie y-phenyl(etrahydrofuranotu-2-eat- boxylic acids and of several of their derivatives u-ere studied. All the compounds exhibited action on the central r,ervous system. Among chemical combinations occurring in nature, a heterocyclic five- membered lactorie system (butyrolactone, tetrahydrofuranone-2) is frequently encounteri:d. This system is the pharmacophoric group of many plant drugs, including the cardiac glycosides, picrotoxin, pilocarpine and others 4, although T~ it does not determine their pharmacodynamic activity. The few pharmacologically studied synthetic compounds with lactone strue- _-y.,...»«N_.. a 4 n o n t3 ! 4'2. 5 1 , ;~'
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- ,.----{ - - . ., . . . . . , . RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 78 XI Adl-7ys. (Hebrew Univ, RATfr3 0Y l{MOKTiZATzON.OF ADVERTISITG EXPENDITURES. Jour. Political Economy 70, 1032-58 (i971b) (in English) ., . *Note date* ' ~This article measures tha etlect:of advertising expcnditures on tbe ~ r5rm's sales in three industries: beer, cigarettes, and new passenger cars. ~ +Tbe annual rate of amortization of advertising expenditures was 40-50 perccntr for beer and 35AS pcrcent for cigarettes. The advertising ~ efTcct is explained in these two nondurable industries by an e:ponential i distributed lag model %%ith two labged variablcs-the firm's own :d- 't9- t : .u jT : ^ u ~ i i d h i oL Si Cc r QiirS ~ owcvLr s t5 COwx Vert ng an at of t i.,. Zt mobile, advertising increases current sales and this in rcturn has a l ( es negative efTcct on future sa . - ... t~ . ..~.... r 0 4~ 0 0 "0 1 4255
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~ 50334 2861• . y .. r/2..T FO 72 X .e1 (C:i:z~aC}t: Fooc', llrvg li:.r. , i:ut. r. F:c+s. llil'.,Ot:taG:! y On.t., C::n ,I:: •}; S::C-;.i.NC 1::•Ill ~'i.,. ":1.. C3Ci. ~ :T7. -' • tivtr. 'Iad.^y• 3(`:a. 5) 1L-3.5 (Ai:tur.. 1970) (i.r. 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 6 1
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'' AJv 5033a 28q4. ~:. .. . ..K• -. Ti~1~U'~'~T. I)(1CTf~RS---T)~IRE~:T~1?tlrS/''NYSLCTAnS --nTTtf:rTr)RiT:S/If!)SPTTAT.S/ ~ "tF.T)iCAT, crvTr.rS/ ~ THE BEST DOCTORS RS r REF 4 151 Pe 1979 IN THE U.S. A Guide to the Finest Specialists, Hospitals, and Health Centers kI1V PEIfKANEN Seaview Books NEW YORK 04 0 pn-p1 4 2A 4 .,
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5033.4 2850 . ? 1 NoYembcr, 19731 llULLETIN O1 TItR CtIPMCAL SOCIETY OF JAPAN, voL. 46, 3S4S--3S•48 (1973) 3545 The Biosynthesis of Geraniol and Citronellol. in Pelar&idu rie ourl;on s o eum , ; . i+ Takayuki SuoA and Tsuyoshi SHtstttaont - B " ~ , : located at C-4 in the skeleton derived presumably from isopentenyl pyrophosphate and the rest of the activity at C-8 (and/or G10) in the moiety from 3,3-dimethylallyl pyrophosphate. The unbalance of labeling was distinct from the result observed for the monoterpenes biosynthesized from the same labeled precursor by the flowers of Bourbon. The degradation of the radioactive specimens revealed that the major radioactivity (70--$0%) was Depar6nent qf Cbemistr,y, FaculiX of &lenct, Niroshima Urtintrsi y, Iligashiscnda-madtl, Hiroshima 730 R i d 22 1973 ( ece ve June , ) • ; • . . . . „ Geraniol and ci:ronellol were biosynthesized from [2-''C]mevalonic acid by the leaves of Pslargoniwn rosewa the formation of geraniol prior to citronellol both in the intact plant and in the cell-dree extract. the rose. A discussion is given on factors causing such a discrepancy in the labeling pattern owing to the dif- ference of the plant and/or the organ. Time-course experiments with the use of [2-'+qmevalonic acid indicated ~ : _ - - . •-- - - • - ~--__ __ . -- -- - - _ - - -~ -- - - .. - . ----- ~ • -~ •
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aQD . , 421 Pe RCR -c: V CiIF.?LLSa tY OF Ti1E A.CKA?.OIDS r evn 7rtc n ..., , :>.. .. . ... . ..~,. .. Varx Naatrar,d New I'c,,:fi , aizl:alct C, spcny 0 4~ 0 ~l 0 I 4 2 b S
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50334 2866 III Co8 , (1970) Costu, G. TtEE:CTI^vidS Ol? I•tt'iDc^••I. MOi.$CULES FOR VITAMIN .,12 WIT2i CARtAi3 MGNOXYDL, by G. Caste., G. Henrroai, C. Yellfter, G. Teu..Y:er Gr.d T. Lieari. YnorC. Nusi. Chem. Lett. 5(tto. 7) 515-18 (1969) ~.
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~ 50334 2856 DISSERTATIONS--UNIVERSITY OF CH:CAGO/ -78 XI Adi-79 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 7$ XI Adl 79 s.p. 1 -4P~~ . ~~~ ' • ~` ~ =,..' S . :; '(L~n~v. Chicago, Grad. Sch. Bus., Chicago,I11.,,1I. S.) RATES OF A?]ORTIZA'fION OF ADVERTISING EXPENDITURES. / Ph. D. Thesis, Univ. Chicago, J11'., 140 p. (Aug. 12, 969),(in English) , , . __.. . .. ... . _ . _.. . - - . *hote date* The ef(ect of the advertising asset °- ~ on sales. ran be described by an expunential;distributed lag model with two lagged variables--the firm's own advertising expenditures and its.com- ~ petitors' advertising effort. The current year expenditures have lower ~ d t' ' has not et a^hieved rate of ar,~ortization due to the fact ihat a ver ising y .. its full yearly effect i . ~ s' ~ . . , 0 4 0 0 W0 1 4 2 5 6 -
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5033~.2853 ~M1__ v ..,_ .j: . j Pld. ts (1973). Nr. 3/4, S. 133-139 ;XX MeP-F- -74 • . .CONFRUCTA VoL 18 (1973). No )/4, p. 133-139 E(Tcct of Operational Variablcs on Citrys Aroma Rccovciy Using the WURVAC Systcm. II. Orance and Lemon Juices ° .~ Dr Drtf_.M lnd Prof. Dr. Chaim H. b1ANNHEIh4 Dej+tt.nent •of food Entinterinj and 8iotedinoloty, Ttchniox - Isr+tl lnsritrte o/ Ttchnology, ffaija, lsracl , Aroma re.overy and avt•bade are consiJereJ commercially for the improvement of organoleptic properties of fruit juice concentrates. An aroma recovery unit, based on the \MRVAC principle, " vas ttdihdlilidhf -ese w•t a nwoe ctrus souton an te efect of several operational variables on recovcry vas reported (l). Results indicated that lCCfoIJ aqueous essences could be obtained under t.•o tacuum conditions at an evaporation rate of about 20':.. Esscnccs obtained from the model folution under the ditterent vacuum conditions were dumically similar. The essence fold was limited by the losses occurring in the recovery system after a«rtain concentration e•as reached. The alcohol content of the essence may also limit the fold. For e:ample in the U.S.A., an essence containing less than 6'/o (v!v) alcohol can be sold as sudi while one containing more than that asust be denatured or sold as an alcoholic beverage. , . Recovery of aroma from fresh o•tn-e r:o' !emon juices vas studied i• a':^.'RVAC pilot appa- ratus. Verification of results obtain:3 a =- model solutions was looked for. \(arimum es!cnce coAcen,ration obtainable and their dxmieal and organoleptical evaluation were investigated in• ttbis arork , • . .. ._:r - - -ExnERlINtFr .. Raw 3lattrial a,rd Arocrssing r~ . .. y -' "" d ~ 0 4 on L 1S 4. 2 .~ , -7 , ,.2v3 I `
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I 50334 2863 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/STRESS/CANCER--CAUSATION/PSYCIIOLOGY/BIOFEEDBACK/ BF 575 Pe 1977 J<ENNETffzR~ PELLETIERw-w---- MbND AS HEALER, MIND AS SLAYER A HOLISTIC APPROACH TO PREVEIaTTING STRESS DISORDERS FOREWORD BY O. CARL SIMONTON AND STEPHANIE AIATTNEWS SIMONTON A DELTA BOOK ) ,~
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~ 503314 2857 78 XI Ad -79 S.P. 1 Journal of ,t/ar[eting Resaareh Vol. XVI (May 1979). 284-5 Econometric Measurement of the Duration of ' Advorfiising Effect on Sales: A Comment In a recent article, Darral G. Clat ke (l97G) examined the relevant econometric literature on the duration of the cumulative effect of advertising expenditures on sales. He concluded that "the duration intervals derived from the annual models are too long" (p. 355) and, moreover, that these intervals are longer when the estimates are made from annual rather than from quarterly or bimonthly data. I do not question the first conclusion, but have some serious doubts about t?.e way in which these estimates were obtained. Although Clarke discusses many studies besides mine (1971), 1 examine his conclusions largely on the basis of that arti* siWly~qn tke gmun~ oftgreajer fqmil~ iarity. IIowwer, th~'crihtisrtl 1c! rly telat~s t~ th other studies as well. Let: A= advertising expenditu:es by the firrn, B = advertising expenditures by competitors, S= sales by the firm, (1-y) = rates of decay of the firm's own advertising, (1-R) = rate of dccay of the competitors' advertising, and • U = disturbance factor. . The single-variable exponentially distributed lag model (used by Clarke) has the general form: .~ ~-1 • /(1) S,=a+aE X'A,-r+ U, i i r 11 I
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50334 2845 ti . From the Department of Food Iiygicue, College of Veterinary )iedlotne, lielsink l , Finland. i ~ a MG ..i I il 77 X Re.~-77 S.P. . I The Occurrence of Cyanide in Certain Smoked Meat Products bf 'T:~r- Fe-k Xfutsn VL dlarja-Liisa Ilanninen ) (fA-10-4 I,. ~ : Varying amounts of cyanide can be fottnd in certain smokcd meat products. The highest concentration, 4.27 ing CN/kg was detected in smoked reindeer meat. Serious doubts concerning the tradi- tional smoking process as a preservation and flavourinh method for meat products have arisen because of the carcinoaenous compounds found in smoked products (Leistncr 1973). Although no observa- land; one was "industrially" smoked, i.e. the smoke during the smoking procedure had been obtained from wood sawings and the other "traditionally" smoked, i.e. the smoke obtained by burning dried sheep dung. The smoking time is a few tions have been reported on the cyanide days and the temperature during the a _if con hn_.._~lrncrqLlS hii/I~rjlpal~CTh~O_L~1vC_-thC11n-__._,.,~. ~ 4 t~ a n D t 4 2 q 5 . . I i 1 1 f t:? (+~ 1 ~ ./
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50334 28741 I MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLO( 76 I Ma=79 , EFFECT OF DIFFERENT AGARS ON THE RECOVERY OF HEATED ESCHERICHIA COLI K-12 7-65-78 ATose&a4wPe11onvand Reinaldo F. Goxnez Dept. of Nutrition and Food.Science TJSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM Q 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 7 4
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~ 50334 2852 .._,.~ • . . . . _ ... ._. - -- - . _ . - -- • . _ _~.... . . - p..11S =+2 t . Sd. 18 (1973); Nr. 3/a, S. I1S--12i : . COtiPi.UCTtk : Vol. 1'S (t973). \0 3/1, " ` ~. ~. 1 . ~ t : .+ ti XX 1teFt-C-M-74 Eticct of Opcrativna3`Var:ablcs on Citrus-Aromi Rtcovcry Usi itic`~~ VirURVhC Systc,n. I. ..4rdrl Jolutions - \1 $y Dr.-N;ELBG'and Prof. D:. CHAIM H. MA\\HEIM ri i d Bi ! ~ J :' i prove f,avor of tttr reconsxituted juice. Most aroma tecovery processes openre un.ler atmospherie conditioss and ace thrrc!ore noc suitable fot citrus juiecs. l're W(i;1VAC process (1, 2) is :;e frst aroma rzcov,ry precass sz, L deseribed in tl:e tit:cac :e to be satisfaccory for cicrus juices as wcit :s dcciduous froa c:us ~ `iving it an eeononsie advant_;c, over those pro;esses saitablc only for enc type oi tno ns ncer ne an otc oEy, ~ Departnrent of foo 1'tdinion - ttiacl Inslit+tc o/ TeJ»•.c!eby. Naifo, lneel `~ The aroma and frai-or of a eitrus juic: ccrives from a eom, iex and delicatcty proportioned esix- ~ ture uf many eomf.ounds. Durin; eor,centration of the jukc most of thcu eompocnds arc lost by + + cvaporatiorr so that the or;;ar.o!eptie valuc of the rcconstituted m.odua is Poor. i(ccovery- ef thrse ~ aro.r.a compounds from thc vapors and ad.!in; thcm badt to the concrntratc should ;rcady im- A pis.ot plant unit based oa tF.a tt'LisiVAC principk for arona r.:overy from citccs jai;e was r' 1 evaluated.Operational variablcs sucts as fccd rate, evaporation t:r.pcratu:e and re•w:l r:te were '• . ~.•.'.. . ~:..,....,; . . ,. .. )- A' C .GZV : : - J (/ .;- ... , E3:PER,IMENTAL.viA'i'ERIAIS artd METI:ODS t studied. A tnodel ulutiorn forsnu!atcd on the bas"s of Sn.rmo-ti otan;c juice was used as the trst ; 1 . 411-1, ;~
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I t 50334 2876{ i el XI X,"qrS Yndu3erfcs, Dr e~n~r , I'c. ) A t;E!7 xFCtltvlgUE ftOR ~diF.U..TYP;G P:atk'OaN..A~"iCL' OP CIGApETTE ul50KE COi+"i'FwT. SYSTE.',S ASH. x Jflar. Pages 67-t:9, 73 CMarch 1967) _ ,. ~ . . . . , t<-...-..r... , .-.--- . ~~-~=...r_.. ....,.,. 0 4 a a ~ 0 1 -0 2 7 6
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.. . ._~. Amer: Rev. Regp.~ Dis 1!18 (5)1152-57 (1973) Deleterious Effects of Oxygen at Ambient and Hyperbaric ~ '~Pressure in the Treatment of Nitrogen s t 3 59334 2860 Dioxide-Poisoned Mice''' ~ B.,PtLLED;~Y. SHECHTER. G. ALROYi C. L1C1•iTIG, D. TURBATI, and A. EEN DAVID ~e ~ ~. ..._._ _...y~, SUMMARY ~.1 \itrogen dioxide poisoning was experimentally produced in mice in order to evaluate the y possible effects of ox)gen and hyperbaric oxygen therapy under various schedules of treatment. t r t ~ Using mortality rates and pathologic changes in the lungs as parameters, it was concluded that oxygen therapy and hyperbaric ox}'geu therapy more so aie not only of no benc('it. but are dis• tinctly deleterious in the treatment of nitrogen dioxide poisoning. 0 4 t,,.~..t.,,. .,..,r....r.:.: . .i .r.... ..a _er Introduction Nitrogen dioxide (NO2) poisoning was first reported in 1804 (1). Subsequently theretirere reports of many casPs (2-17), culminating iti the tragic accident that occurred in Cleveland 9 19() (9)(.Jid @cttltid i4te la of(J30 J)es. Nitrogen dioxide fumes that emanate from (18-21). Treatment of this condition, which includes oxygen (O_) and steroids. has been very disappointing (11, 17, 22). Hyperbaric oxygenation (OHP) has been employed (12)r but its beneiicial effect is disputed (23). The aim of this work was to evaluate the effect of OHP therapy in terms of mortality nA .%eehntn }nr.nrt_in_m'v. n.e.e....e.i t,..-_.
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! t • ' -~;- 50334 .28671 ~ ~ • J ENVIRO:MENTAL t•IONITOP,ING/, . - AIR--ROLLUTION-i OARCIVOGENS/ ; ~ ' AIR--POLLUTIOV--ANALYSIS/CIiF.MISTRY, ANAT.YTIC--ORGA2fIC/IIYDZdCARBONS, .4IALOGENATED,~ r.-..:.-. ~.. C11RO.4ATOGRAPHI,C_AIALYSIS-!!.r.GAS-_CIi90i.1Aln.GMPj{Yf_kASS SPECTROSIF~RY/ CAP.CINnGENS/ ~--- TECHNICAL REPORT DATA (Mcse read IRSuucGwu on rile reverle be/'oae eanpfednqrl 1. R PORT N ~PA-60~/2-7-081 9 ~, . RECIPIENT'S ACCESSIONNO. 1, TITLE AND SUBTITLE _ ~ . REPORT DATE AMBIENT AIR CARCINOGENIC VAPORS • Ma 1979 Improved Sampling and Analytical Techniques PERFORMINGORGANIlAT10NCE and Field Studies 7. AVTHORISI . PERFORMING ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. Edo_-1 .-.;~ 9. PERFORMING OR3ANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS . 10. PROGRAM t LLEZEN NO. Research Triangle Institute 9) 1AD712 DB-13 (FY-7 P0 Box 12194 _ N A R N Na. -' Research Triangle Park, NC 27709 68-02-2764 12. SPONSORING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory--RTP, NC Etn Office of Research and Development . . 1a.SPONSORINGAGENCYCODE US Environmental Protection Agency EPA/600/09 Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 15.SUFPLLMENTARY NOTES 4 0 Q 0 Q
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'VI Re -78 9 . . Ru11cID, of F.nvironmcnlal ('onuminalion A Toai.alc Yvl. IS, Nu. 6 Y) 1976 hy %p0nFcr•YcU.I4 Ncw Ya" 1 N-Nitrusll/liin(-tli)•lacniric in Air by DAvn, ll. Flnt:', 1).wlu I'. Iia1YNUFAnt.ral'. TAM JOHN F.. ISIINCII', RICIIAIcU W. 111.ItKLF:Y', JUlIN MCCItAF:', JOAN 7'. 13ltIts1:Y', 1'.IIl:1:Y1: S.\~s'IIFa', I~t:N latOST', utltl (:Custtu A. 1)1.11 %ulms' ~ rl'l~rrmr, lClr~frnn l:ury,nr„tiwn 8S First Artvu,r, II'ahluun, i/lass. 02151 'Hrsrurrh 7'rir,nl-lr ln.tilrnte • 1'.(1.11ux 12191. Ib•xrurrls 'l'rinapM I'arl:, N.C. 27709 sf:ru•iru,m,rnlul I'rntcrlion :1gr„ry,Nntie.nn( /inrin.nrnralal Ilr.crrur•/t Ct•rurr Ilt•scarch I nanglc I'ark, sY.L. ZIlII 73y-? Y6 1 I 4 i . i 0% 4 0 0 0. 0 1 4 2 7 3 - 4 , + .
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t 50334 2877 ) . .. , . .. . 72 VI Re-78 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 VI Re-78 Galoppini, C.; Fiorentini, R. (Istituto Industrie Agrarie Univ.-Pisa, Italy) MERCURY IN TOBACCO SMOKE. Agr. Ital. 105 (31ns.) 305-9 (1976) (in English) *Keywords:* mercury, cured, constituent; mercury, smoke, constituent. :'Me presence of inercury in tobacco smoke has been iestiEated w•iti, i respecl to its distribution as ~re11 as to its ehcmical nal m•ure. Samples of ~ tobacco v:ith 2,120. GS0 and 55 ppm of inercury were burned in va- 1 rious conditions and the concentration of inercury in the ashes, smoke . d and butt was determincd by aloinie absorption srcetrometry. 'ihc results shuw that all the mercury, bound to cystcinc residues in tobacco, is reduccd to mctal and transferrcd into thc srnoke._ a4- o0 0 014277 s.r
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01. i 50334 2878~ . , < • RJR CLASS NO. PAMP1iLET 72 VI Re-76 s.p, ~ . PE~X9*JJMP71p'-Galoppini, C. ' (Univ. Pisa, Ist. Ind. Agrarie, Pisa, Italy) •- ~ _. *(Sulla natura dei composti mercurio-organici nelle foglie di tabacco.) Atti Soc. Tosc. Sci. Nat., Mem., Serie A 80, 215-220 (1973) (in Italiar h E li f i h W ng t s abstract) *Kyd* .ewors: mercury vapor, tobacco, additive; . . organomercury compounds, green, constituent;. cysteine, green, constituent; glutamic acid, green, constituent;. glycine, green, constituent. .. • ... . : ., \ UKUANOMEKCURY COMPOUNDS IN LEAVES OF TOBACCO PLANTS. 0 4 0 0 00 1A 2 7.8
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t 50334 2875.. PAPERMAKING & TRADF.--TF.CH'VnLnCY/ WA'!'F.R--PnT.T.i!TIn*T/ C PPf~ ~ «~ , , , ~, (4, cj • 6 - f) 19 17 E) X}CII Re-7R S.P. ~ ~ : ,.-~- J - f >Lt,~,r,;..C. [1EW ASPECTS OF CLOSED-UP PAPEPML4ICING SYSTEMS By B. Morgeli and %jR2WM-hj rbf Sulzer Brothers Limited, Switzerland Recycling - possibilities and limits During recent years, industry has been confronted increasingly with the problem of reducing or eliminating its discharge of wastes to the environment. In addition to the econonic questions, there are also a number of technological difficulties to be mastered. Despite the various processes 0400n-0 1 4275 NOTICE: This materia{ rr~ay be p!;•,Ccta`~ by r;` f~t taw tTi:tp-~ 7 Code) The rest is usually led into rapid separators where fibres, filters and additives are recov ered. This is effected in the secoridary circuit (2). Part of the water pre-treated in this way is collected for subsequent use in feed preparat Since this water contains substantial amounts fibres and additives, it does not lend itself for controlling the stock density, for the fo. nozzles, as marginal spray water or for high pressure spray pipes. This water is, therefo discharged as residual effluent into sewerage and must be replaced by a similar quantity of oe - i
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. 50334 2880J RA 576 Ge 1981 SULFUR DIOXIDE/AIR-- POLLUTION--PARTICULATE MATTER/ AIR--POLLUTION/TOBACCO--SMOKING--PASSIVE/CARBON MONOXIDE/NITROGEN OXIDES Comparison of lndoor and Outdoor Air Quality , EA-1733 Research Pro)ect 1309 Final Report, March 1981 Prepstred by GEOtYET. INCORPORATED 15 Firsttietd Road ~ Gaittursburg, Martdand 20760 ~ ~ PrinCi Investigators D. JAoschandreas 1. Zabranshy 4IRMS1110 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 2 R 0 treeour"~ . ~ NATIONAI TECHNICAL INFORMATION St:RVICE ~S yiAUq10. i~ bINNGI . Prepared for Electric Power Research Institute 3412 Hillview Avenue• Palo Alto, California 94304 EPRI Project Manager '• R. M. Perhac Environmental Physics and Chemistry Progra. Energy Analysis and Environment Division /
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50334 2864 ' • . .- •~ . - . , . ~. . .RJR CLASS NO.. PAh1PHLE7. 73 :XI. Fol-79 sp. .•7iTCT•~~~- - . ' -. - ~ ~ . . •~.• ` . ~ • .. ..~`, ~~;; . ~,: . . . , (Til~Tsonti5~s, Tillsonburg, Que., Canada) THE JOLIETTE (CANADA) PLANT OWNED BY TOBACCO PIONEER'FP.ANK.JONES HAS 14ODERt1 MACHINERY FOR TOBACCO PROCESSING. '.. •' . - -• )n 1938, Frank •Juncs was working for. : . . ~ _ 1 1 ~ria ba T i t li • th O i ` • . . 11 . cco h as o ar e w n n o. en an advisor in varlous capacities in Leaf tobacco mainly Virginia type 0 4 U 0 n 0 t 4 2 , ~~~~~ ~~_ •~ In: Ti 11 sonburg News (Sect. 2) p.1 (Mar.23, 1979) - in_. Engl i sh to help Quebec's young tobacco industry. f Officials didn't let him return.. • 11•hen met recently, the businessman. didn't look his 72 years. Still dynamic, Mr. Jones is proud of his processing factory iq., ~ That ycar, he was loined, for 12 months;
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S 50334 28?1 ~ CHttOMATOGRAPHIC ANLAYSIS--GAS CHROMATOGRAPHY/MASS SPECTROMETRY/ 1. wlPOwT No. II MeA1-80 S.P. 0 4--0. 0 0.0 ?ITIt ANDfu6f/7lt EYALUATION OF THE BASIC GC/MS/COM'P6TER ANALYSIS TECHNIQUE FOR POLLUTANT ANALYSIS } J. E.*Bunch, N. P. Castillo, D. Smith, J. T. Bursey and-04VOCUtar PE/1lO11MING OASiANItATION NAME AND ADDAESf . Research Triangle Institute P. 0. Box 12194. Research Triangle Park. NC 27709 12. iPONfONIN6 AOINGt' NAM( ANO ADDNEff Environmentil Sciences Research Laboratory - RTPE NC Office of Research and Development U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle Park, NC 27711 16. {yMl[MENTA/1r NOTIf i9.7lj?A-AfT eMnt Nrs Acctss,ON NO PR Rn 202716 .A Air po u1T iion *Organic compounds ••' Wapors *Chemical analysis ••,*Gas chromatography *Nass spectroscopy Computers. ,OE :PON* lo. •Fveluatinn - 1LD162B DB-011 FY-79) A ! AN NO ~ 68-02-2998 ~ 1!. TtPE OF/IEFOAT AND PE11IOD Cc. VE Final 1.. s.ONfO11/N0 AOtNCy CODE EPA/600/09 The basic gas chromatographic/mass spectrometric/computer technique for the analysis of vapor-phase organic compounds collected on a solid sorbent was evaluated: Emphasis was placed on the assessment of performance and improvement in techniques in the following areas: (1) wide-bore wall coated columns for organic vapor-phase analysis; (2) gas chromatography/negative chemical ionization mass spectrometry/computer analysis of halogenated/hydrocarbons in ambient air; (3) the concentration of vapor-phase organics from the atmosphere on solid sarDent, %m sl.u reactior.s); arni (4) qualitative and quantitative analysis of vapor-phase prga cs Aiti!!ng ~e improved technology.
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1 \ Q 4 fl 50334 2 I Me -80 5 S.P. IlYratr . TECHNICAL REPORT DATA naJl/Illrurtr•wR.Mflrrr,.rn. /•.pM• •V"nll./tne I REOURt NO 12 EPA-600/2-80-017 a.TITLEANDSUeTnTL[ ------- •-- --•..----~... COLLECTION AVD ANALYSIS OF PURGEABLE ORGAhICS EMITTED FROM WASTEWATER TREATHENT PLANTS 7. AUTHOR(S) and Linda Little IE. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Research Triangle Institute P. 0. Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, North Carolina 27709 Rk C/YIFN1'C ACC/ Si'Oti NU !. REOORT DATE March 1980 (Issuing Date) •ERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE Organic compounds Hass spE•ctr -Wastewater -- • - -GaR chromat Activated sludge Collection -Airstreams -- Chemical analysis ~~~_ Sampling ,, . 12. SPONSORrNG AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS Municipal Environmental Research Laboratory--Cin.,OH Office of Research and Development U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati, Ohio 45268 68-03-2681 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVER Fina"Upe 1978-Murrh 1979 la. SPONSORING AGE NCV CODE ,. EPA/600/14 tS. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES - Project Officers: Howard 0. Wall (513) 684-7659 and Dolloff F. Bishop (513) 684-762 1E711-TRA T An analytical method was developed for the analysis of volatile priority pollu- tants in airstream's passing through vastevaters using a Tenax GC cartridge in com- bination with gas chromatography/mass spectrometry/computer. A sampling system was designed and field tested for sampling airstreams passing through grit chambers and activated sludge systems. Recovery of the volatile priority pollutants was accom- plished by thermal desorption, pqrging with helium into a liquid-nitroAen-cooled 6ick6 cUillirv .i t~an.2"Ar-T~A-• - 7 r~ c a~7 n. 4c.yy~ iJAf q °"' :
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~ 50334 2882 x lliA P~~~oneri; uoatas, : jt. author ik (~f/~•• ~.FT`,`~ -I Mn~' R: .._.•1:.ti~a.; 6:;.: C.~:S._:) Si .v. LC,~: ~ by L;:o .:~7~~"C:~c>njsv Co A; P61:;;Vilr.;ilei3p TL'G3-w•"::3 5.:.d k:ci'Ct U4~00..0 14282
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~ 50334 2858 _` _ :•...:. . 4' .~. BODY WEIGEN~''~p ,'.:,Us Ci1Ji•i.7LE;'t0=y AND hFlD:Z I:7.ECUPW.'Z h:D E=,CU'MTBq b.,, Siclney Fell a7id C. A. j'A1.onzo. ri3Guoai:At 91--Ga.t 67" of OiC'vpafiit7EKi,-' (Y:ap 30) 4G -ri0 (Catobor 19,51) ~ i .,,~,,,.....,..._.....-.-, 0 A f? 0~ 0 i 4 2 5~
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SCIENTISTS Ih ORGA.NI7.kTTONS, PRODUCTIVE CLIMATES FOR RES EARCfl AND DEVELOPMENT, by Donald C. Pelz and Frank M. Andre•+id 1966 318 paRee John Wiley and Soas, Inc. 04 n a ~ p 1 4 2 f~..9 New York 11
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-l 50334 2884 0 ,., . I MeB7-77 S.P. !1 ~~~ LSohld/ •EA Y if CH . REPRINTED FROM by v"RxCzWPe1kp. and Fra nk M. An d rews /NT[RNAT/ONAI SCILENCE A 1'ECHNOLOGY A CONOt/FR-MAST PUBLICATION 205 EAST 42 ST. NEW YORK 17, N.Y. m~-~ fm 1~11f~1!'aC3US.:A~- July 1964 04 0, 0, n0 1 4284 , :
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,_. . . . . a . RESEARCH, INM1STRIAIr-PERSOA'NEL/ I SCIENTISTS IN ORGANIZATIONS Productive Climates for Research and Development 50334 2888 fD Oi1T* ELZ Director, Center fcu Research on Utilization of Scientific Knowledge Professor of Psychology I FRANK M. ANDREWS Program Director, Survey Research Center Associate Professor of Psychohigw REVISED EDITION Institute for Social Research The University of Michigan Ann Arbor, 'Michii;an I Pitt 0 4 00 n 0 i 4 2 8 8 ~ .: ;~ .
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, t '~ . II MeA1-77 % S.1' •5033y 2872~ NITROSAMIhRS--AIR POLLUTIOfi/AIR--POLLUTI()N--CARCINO(;PNS TECHNICAL ftEPORT DATA (Plcotc read /nstiuclions on the revcrie before complellng/ tF~`~('/~O6(JZ V~7-77-055 ' l 3. RECIPIENT'S ACCESStOMNO• TLE AND SUdTITLE d, TI 5• REPORT DATE June 1971 ' HE IdEAS RE1d O ' U ENT FICARCINOGENIC ti T APORS IN AMBIENT s• PERFORMING ORGANiZAT10N CODE ATt 4OSPHERES _ 7. Avl HOhISI ~ 8. PERFORMINO ORGANIZATION REPORT NO. ~, FERFORfA1NG ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT NO. Research Triangle Institute 1NE 625 EB-07 (FY-7.7) Research Triangle Park 1 . O ~TRACT/GRAN NO. North Carolina 27711 : 68-02-1228 12. SPONSOti1NG AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED Fnvironmental Sciences Research Laboratory- RTP, NC 5 - fijj 6 Office of Research and Development - - - _ 14. SPONSORING AGENCY CODE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triangle__Park, North Carolina , 27711___
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LABOR RF.LATIONS/ OME QUESTIONNAIRE MEASURES .i OF v0VIPLOYEE tiilllOTI!/ATIOPI AND MORALE A Report on Their Reliability and Validifv by MARTiN PATCHEN With the Collaboration of &6ald'`-W`Pelz'and Craig W. Allen Survey Research Center INSTITUTE FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH The University of Michigan 1 0 4 Q I- --4 2 9 0 :--- , ~ ~~ ~ ~
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~.50334 2894 ._. , ` REF Q 151 Wo 1980 CONSULTANTS/ CONTACT: TOXICS Guide to Specialists on oxic Substances ~ Editor Gloria Mapat and Paul N. Gllman Associate Editors Illse Levy, Richard M. Nager, Edward Mozley Roche, and Leonard Battifarano Editorial Research Assistants ~ World Environment Center 300 East 42nd Street, New York, N.Y. 10017 - (212) 697-3232 oa~o~o-r.4294: 1 I :
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. 4 50334 2886, . I MeB7-77 S.P. FORD'S PROCEDURE FOR COMBINING MULTIPLE SETS OF PARTIALLY ORDERED DATAi FRANK M. A.'DREWS errD ALDa'. PtLf4 Institute for Social Research Eoresnoxac exo PaTCacsocsus 2drascuxsxs University of Michigan 39». ». 0-s:. ; Repri.ntew by permi.ssion biosE than a decade ago, Lester R. Ford, Jr. published a mathematical procedure for combining multiple sets of partially ordered data (Ford, 1957). Although this procedure has received little attention from social scientists, it solves a methodological problem which is not uncommon in some fields of educational and ps,y-choloo cal research. Furthermore, it permits certain 9exibilities in the way data are collected which, if used, would probably in- crease measurement validity in some kinds of variables. - Ford's procedure is likely to be useful whenever one wants to 0 4 0 0 n 4 1 4 2 8 b ' ~ i ;
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~ 50334 288 5 I MeR -77 S.P. 1 ENVIRONMENP S FOR CREATIVE PERFORMANCE WITHIN UNIVERSITIES 7 November 10, 1972 ' ' SURVEY RESEARCH CENTER Institute for Social Research THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN Ann Arbor Several years ago a colleague and I published a book based on 11 research and development organizations conducting basic and applied research in industrial, government, and university settings, with the title Scientists in O:gLanizations, and the subtitle Productive Climates for Research and Aevel- opment (Pe1z and Andrews, 1966). Our study examined a number of social psycho- logical ~ logical factors with the ain, of detecting what kinds of social environment ; were likely'to foster a high'level of scientific effectiv eness. ~ The organizers•of this conference have invited me to speculate on what ~ ~ thd0reAlta oO t10t @tu4y r4ghJ9 ir&l}Sfor institutions of higher education. 51
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f' 503,34' :2892 ~RC .. .- ; ?61 ~p .9 : e~z Epidemiology; reports on research and teaching, 1962. Co-ordinntina editor: J. Peinberton. Section editors: L. Breslow innd others] London, New York, Oxford Univer- sity Press, 1903. xvlii, 841 p. maps, dingrs. 23 cm. (Oxford medical publications) Includes biblfogrnpbtes. 1. EpWerutology-Addresses, essays, lectures. [R:~651] 614.40032 ~~ Printed for Card Div. Library of Congress 14-11 4 2 9, 2 63-6960,/CD
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I , 50334 2870 ~ f 10 AIR--POLLLR'IOtv--ANALYSIS/AIR--POLLUTION--CARCINOI:LNS/CANCER--CAL'SATION BY AIR POLl.LrflO:: CHEP'ISTRY, ANALYTIC--/ • AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS/HYDROCARBONS,•ALIPHATIC/ IRA NITROGEN CO;iPOUidDS--POLLUTIO:V/ - 576 Pe , EPA-600/2-75-076 4.TITLE AND SVUTiTLE ' 5 REPO T OAT `b NT OF ANALYTICAL TECHNIQUES FOR MEASURING DEVELOPI4F ar 1975 Novem . Ah.BIEtIT ATt10SPHERIC CA'tCihOGFNIC VAPORS 6. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION CODE 1. AVTHORIS) Ed0 ~1T~~ XZ ~as . ( 8. PERFORMING p/•ANI2ATION RLPORT Nb. I Evaluation - *Collecting Methods 9.PERFOR1dING ORUANI2ATICN NAME AND ADDRESS 10.PROGRAML Air Pollution Research Trianale Institute 1AA010 *Vapors P. 0. Box 12194 1 .~'oNTRA T~ *Carcinogens Research Triangle Park, N. C. 27709 6g-02-122a Cas Chromatography Mass Spectrometry (I 7. SPONSORING ACENCY NAML AND ADDRES9 13. TYPE OF REPORT AND PERIOD COVERED 1• Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory .Fi1fa1~~7?1=6 . + Office of Fesearch and Development 1d.SPONSORINGAGENCVCODE ironmental Protection Avency EPA-ORD ` U . S . En v Research Trianclle Park, N. C. 27711 1s.EV:•7'lLA1LNTA1tV NOTES 1t S. Dcpt. Commcrce, Nr+t. Tech. Tnform. Scrv. , Analytical techniques and instrumentation, developed during the previous. contr,~ ct ~ear,~ wc,~,~' e p,~ rfr,~ te and evJ~ Va dfQ r the collection a:~d an3lysis of carcllloq~icllndld~ut3~entg va~orAocE'~rr~~ 4T~ ambient air. The arcas of ~=- 7I11'E:'%f7qdttOR iRCllrrlCd (,i) f.f1F nrl'frn-wr^n nf :1
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s~'b~a, +oU 0 0 17 a 0 : (Mt) T£4i-6ZOT (9 'oK) 9 'vopdt? •Iddp ssimimaw,cS 'Jaum sa^o"Ia-Ni x1 zn3iZ rraas .10 moxaoAaas I ~ ~: vwmyo :4-vamu8tr (8961) 9ad III
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~:5Q34µ 2898 AN...vt...I: .ttV C9 :.'(:a~ In.T 1i; ,: :2` ~iI', ua!l .. :~. PatCav O:.La.Cil ::U^.4 ..:_.. .: J1. ~ oa~on o t 4 2 9 8. I :. ;~
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50334 2900 a na 5}ltrslcF:l Jj.ud].•33 :.,.*i e~°Jrocess of Zbbacco r.rr.oking. 1, &-tirati_cn of Cigarette i'bbscco C,onsumed aurinC ruff in~ , by E, ^, Ce~ bi~ 1, r 1'. 17'er.derser., an 3 ~. ;~. ilarlow, Aiuericun Cne:cical Socist;;, Tobecco Sympo:iwr., Southeastern r.eCior,al P:eeting, Jv'over.,ber 1957. 0 4 a 0 n a 1 4 3 0 n , 11 I
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/ I MeB -77 S.P, 7 . , REPRINYED FROM • INT[RMATIONAL ~ . .~ . . rM. . . ~. Y .:: _, • . V CIENCE t 1 Y r. D • 'x •~• S"~„TE'"MU~O~, -W'1Y` ' TECHNOLOV/ V .,.[~ A CONOVEN-MAOT PUBLICATION itO6 EAST 42 9T. NEW YOAK 17.N. Y 040.0P 0.1 ' 428•7 , , , - FREEDON1, IN RESEARCH • . . by ,
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r • 50334 2868 I 1 + EPA-600/2-79-057 ' a.T1TLE ANDSVBTITLE . • P.A ANALYSIS OF ORGANIC AIR POLLUTANTS BY GAS AND htASS SPECTROSCOPY ;576 Fi nal Report , Pe ). AUTKOn/51 197~ 2 C: y. PERFOI~tdING O~OINIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS Research Triangle Institute P. 0. Box 12194 Research Triangle Park, N.C. .27709 Q MASS SPECTROSCOPY/CIiEMISTRY, ANALYTIC--ORGA.~IC/CnTdPUTERS/ AIR--POLLUTICN--A`JALYSIS/C11R0*tATOGJtAPIiIC ANALYSIS--r.AS CHP.AmTM:mPIIY/ . REC~ • ~} . / .. . G, I:FfCRT DATE March 1979 CHRONATOGRAPHY _ iEqFQR0+11N0 OROf'.N12PTION CODE - . - . PERFORMING OROANIZATION REPORT fi.O. 10. PROORA ELEMtNT-NO. 1AD712 BB-C6 FY- • ~~^" ' • 68-02-2262 12. SPONLOkING AGENCY NAME AND ADDRESS 13. TYPE OF REPOPT AND PERIOD COVERED Environmental Sciences Research Laboratory-RTP, NC aL 1LV.~'i_RU • Office of Research and Development 1..SPONSORtNOAJ3E;4CYCOOE U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Research Triar.;le Park, North Carolina 27711 EPA/600/09 16. SUPPLEMENTARY NOTES ~~s /rf+'3 . -. _ . . . . . ' . . • _ ... . . .. .. . 16. ABST/tACT Analytical methods and instrumentation for collecting and analyzing hazardous vapor phase organics occurring in ambient air were developed and evaluated. The areas of )i,Kve~igpion~nc,lysde~ #) 1r~e ~yalgtion of Tenax GC sorbent for variations In the ~ 64' Rlr h l lh ~ t'l i ~ ~ rr a ea l ~ s ar ff ren o ; (b) studies on in s tu reactions rshlch might _ . ncccrr durina the .c:oT?ectfcn of oraanic vapors from ambient air= (ey ev'"a:iuati~on.~t a' i
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j Reprinte.d M.m Scnev:owAL t+c:cxcr Vd. ll, J`u. 2, MareA 1966 . I MeB 7 -77 S.pa Prietaf ie U.S.A. { 50334 2883 ~ In recent years an increasing amount of literature has discussed the rela- tionship between organizational freedom and individual achievement. Ana- lyzing data from research and development organizations, the authors were . puzzled by the fact that having great autonomy increased the performance of engineers but not of Ph.D: s. The authors of this article search for clues to the solution of the puzzle. AUTONOMY, COORDINATION, AND STIMULATION, IN RELATION TO SCIENTIFIC ACHIEVEMENT' by bg#KCij~ ctz i,nd Frank Al. Andrcws, TAa University of AlicAipan , ~CIE\T1STS A~•ant frec'dont to determine their research programs. In a study we ^ have coiidurted of laf)D : c•ientists and cngi- neers in 11 research and dcvelupmc+dit organizations, the factor of "frcedwn to ... _.cartv Omt. . m.•- M}•n idaa-c'.' ...•na_.,~....... i„~+.-_ _ 0 4 0.0 0 0 1 4 2 8•3 0 Measures of performance 'Thc -,c•ientific contribution of individuals within the past five ycar, wa• derived from rankings made by •enior scientists in each ort;aniz:etion, both supen•~--ort,_and nnii- - - -.-=-r .---- ----- . • i i'-•
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{ 50334 2896 ~ I ~ MeBg (1969) s.p. R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Reaoar::h and I3e.•esopment Danart.rae:nts, Scicaco Inforotatz.cn Dfviaion PBt:CILS, A Me.LECTZOa t1i A.ttTICUn, by R. J. KPynolda 'Yobuceo Cfl., 1;eseErch. and Devclopmezt Departne.nts, Sc*_enca I:k:'otmstira Divtston r.nd Wi11ir.~~n W, Hr.•nz l.:69 R. J. Fcgaolds Tobacco Co. tdinatan-Salaci, N'. C. 0 4 ~ 0 n Q 1 4 2 9 6- - , i
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.A 50334 2891 x 4TAUWE411!~Y'Lfltrldc2lt.2,...-.- £ETI:cT OF ncY., crM, S•t1T0,{i, LND SMOKIi;^ HABIrS CH AI}:VA? cti;iDL•CTL."-".Cl-7. wtoure Appl. Physiol• 21 (11o• 2) 469--73 (?inrr.`.: 1966) ~._.,._....-.~:.,>-.-~.....~ .,- . •~---~~..........,,.~~,.._,~-;...r..~..~.~ , , , ..~ Q 4 0 0 00 1 4 2 9 1. 1 .1 f ~_..
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50334: 2849 t Iaectrical en;ineers' handbook, prepared by a stair of ' specialists; IIarold Pender and William xi. Del ilfar, editol:c. 123 y I 4th ed. New York, Wiley t1J-19-50I 2 v. illus. 22 cm. (Wiley engineering handbook sertts) Vol. 2 edited by H. Pender and K. McIhwain. First ed. published in 1914 under title: Americm handbook for electrical engineers. Includes bibliographies. CoxTExTe.-IV. 11 Electric power.-v. 2. Electric communicatiai and electronics. 1. F.leclric engineering-HandUoolcs, manuals, etc. 'i. Del Mar, William Arthur, 1SSO- joint ed. TK151.P42 Library of Conaress i57r501z3i 621.302 4J--11GG-t' . . . . . - . ~-•t. ' 0 4 0 0 0; 0 i 4 2 9` 9 , , , ~~
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~`50334 2897:. , ARWck", L. S.!(iti. ~-auth'~ o°.~r) ~ Duh;;bert, A. C. and E. S, Pe:ncz,--t: !'I:'c P. `~[t~ ) S !~lj-:"i `•~ ~1 r. TitiS VtJUL:L:~\.~ (~') AL I i C2 i J TSY C:.•::C:i.2•:Ilu'1:'7i (?ic,w Yuzk Swete A;triculttYi.1 E•r,pe:-im^r,-- Station, TeciintcaI Bulxetisl Pio. 25~3) April 1941 12 pnaes i?es.* Yorlt State fagr.icultu;:aJ. ::-;~er~.nlrazt Station, Geneva, New York 4 2 9.,7 ~
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Ix He 50334 2893 na o Renato P, t. zut. r Iierr}.ud.cc., Ncr-mun IFi . l,.,~ cv.'.~. :: C:~3frFt~~ JA~i:~ ~i:,A,:..a ~.. :1:.Lfi~sa by LemeY! Eornsnc:c.;s Aa ;c2 r. 4c::az F3:Lrf.r„im2 jRe~~,Lo Lo Pena 7ao% izod C:,,rI .S~~L'ccpYe (I1Tksl,!: vi.Cal r=..a1 F{v:C:1:':.'d FJT.tYt VE'7:l7.11t.'ZLtay C1,S-a-rattAa c.oN Ct..prottee :Cz:--,crt-Ld in•4p VCncmie].fz 7nchtd3.r:g c, ;~ ~kd3 cf 'chz F"Aa* of. Cr"mccc 1m the AnEc1yl.ic:U I'•u..mn-t t; u for ancl k'5.3.tcr. p-zi.") 0 Ze.`t2 ^ v tof3 0 ) Gienc:A 11 ;f%t. 212 (2'00. 100) ~ . o~ C~ A 0 a 1 4 2 9T
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Rj 50334 29011 tsu I I ty-81 S. P. ,_ 1M.V. t7-$4W: C SL~ . Semantic Conditioning and GeneraNzation of the Galvanic Sldl Response-Orienting Reflex with Overt and Covert Activity Irving Maltzman, Jay Gould, Miiry Peadery, and Craig Wolff University of California, Los Angeles SUMMARY The galvanic strin response was obtained from 36 college students in a differential semantic conditioning and generalization situation in which different groups were instrveted to perform a pedal response wbeae.er they hesrd a tone, covertly free associate whenever they heard a tone, or sit quietly and listen to words and tones. During conditioning the tone always followed the word ticar in 10 sec. Condition- ing trials occurred interspersed among unrelated filler words. The generalization test followed conditioning without interruption and consisted of five presentations of the word nma interspersed among unrelated words. The unconditioned stimulus (UCS) was omitted during generalization. p 4 il Q t~ 0! 4 3 0 1 ~ , , i
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P . 50334 2879~ e 80 V Am Chemical Senses and Flavor 2 (1976) 17-25. All Rights Reserved. Cvpyrig4r 0 1976 by D. Reidcl Publishkw Cornpany. Durdrrchr•Nulland. s ODORS--MEASUItkMENT/OLFACT I uir/ SPECIFIC ANOSMIA TO ISOBUTYRALDEHYDE: THE MALTY IfRIMARY ODOR JOHN E.AMOORE. L.JANET FORRESTER, and49WW Western Regional Research Laboratory. Asricultural Research Serrice, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture. Berkeley, Calif. 94710. U.S.A. (Received 14 August. 1975) . Abstract. About 36!; of human subjects are specifically anosmic to the odor of isobutyraldehyde. Odor threshold measurements on 14 aliphatic aldehydes and related compounds were made with ~ panels of specific anosmics and normal observers. The anosmia was most pronounced with iso- butyraldehyde. isovaleraldehyde and 2-methylbutanal. It is sugqested that this specific anosmia cor- ' responds with the absence of a new olfactory primary, the •malty' odor. Isobutyraldehyde and its •. congeners occur in a wide variety of foodstuRs, where they may serve as indicators for the availability $0 ~ of the indispensable amino acids valine. Ieucine and isoleucine. .- 0 9 ~ 0 4 0 0 0
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ProcPWmys of tlx International Conirrerxr on L,qwJ Scmtdlation Countiny. Rr•crnl ApnLcadons and Oevelopmenl. Hrld n Ihr Unwris.tY of Caldornia. . San Furxisco. CaMur -a. Auanr ?1- 24 . 1979 SCINTILLATION COUNTING/RADIOACTIVITY--MEASUREMENT/ RADIOISOIOPtS--MEASUkEMtNT/ 4c,nh•rnrr P,oC•. Rw nrJ Nr• nr•/d rr;a.nlr7r. .• QC 787 Pe 1980 Volume I. Physical Aspects ACADEMIC PRESS A SuMq a Hvcowl e.a» JovMOnCn. PuD1isM.s NEW yORK LONO~N SYDNEy TORONTO SAN FRANCISCO 19l0 LIQUID SCINTILLATION COUNTING RECENT APPLICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT Volume II. Sample Preparation and Applications edited by My I Department of Pharmaceutical Chemistry School o/ Pharmacy University of California San Francisco. California DONALD L FiORROCKS Scientific Instruments Division Beckman Instruments. Ino. trvine. California EDWARD L. ALPEN Donner Laboratory University of California Berkeley. California 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 43 0 s I
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,b ! Vnl.. 81. NO. l0//5- .:1O i III Du2 77 S°P. 1OURNAL 017 fil:_OPIIYSICAL RI:S(:ARC11 Mesospheric Ozone Measured From Ground=Based Millimeter Wave Observations H: paNFlElA M. M. LITVAK, C. A. CiOTT1.11:8, ANI) A. E. ULLE.Y Crnrer for Asirnpht•slcs. //artnrd Collegt Obsernarnrt• and Sntirhsonian Astrophysical Obsenrotory. Cambridge. Massachuserrs 02138 DECL:M BI•:R I. I_9Ifj-_ i Nighttime to daytime variation of the mesospheric ozone abundance was measured by meanc of the 110.8-rFlzO, rotational line during February 1975 with a ground-based radio telescope located at 31°N. 104°W. The daytime and nighttime frequency profiles were treated by a numerical inversion method to obtain the altitude distributions of the ozone mixing ratio. The dawn mcsospheric O, decay w as observcd to occur during a S0-min interval during sunrise. The early daytime reduction of O, column density is approximately 3.4 x ItY• cm'' above 60 km and is 1.0 X 101° cm'' above 50 km, both being a reduction . by a factor of about 2 over tre nighttime column densities. INTRODUCTION _ tude-depcndence of the volume mixing ratio of the O,, while This paper reports observations of ozonc self-cmission dur-• the contributions from above 72 km all lic within a resolution- ing day and night, thc derived distributions for day and night, limited Doppler profile which only yields the column density and a comparison with previously determined ozone distribu- of O, above this altitude, except for a reasonable estimate of tions. Previ~ s mi tmf~er w,,~• ve observations of this line by the mixing ratio by extrapolation from below 72 km to about 0k Shintahukuib4nd ilsbrJ (IA~D) a n S1Gtab4kuro4f a131910J m. ~ and of a similar one by Calon et aJ. [19681 had insutTicient EQUIPr`tt:NT - - .+_. ,,. t. .. i r I t ! 1 r
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50334 2904 ' Cw: 2h:.'.>r -Gy~ 3.c:r.~l:ola , II . !Il:: MILTRAsYC3;d OF SALT Ai~`D OP 11l:. W itdry'0 I'OOI3S s.'iWFS WlI ILE 1:E]:hG tli3t SCi iC^. ZiG. 93) : a?'U t38 Pares t;. S. Dnwt6. of COD»nsce, 5:<<?sl:inl;tcsr', u. C. Ilu::4nr~ i 'C~c';» csl I .-..Z.r...e•Z_ ;.r++ra` I 0 40 Q n 0/ 4 3 0 4 q t
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~ 50334 2903 - . .. . _ =~.sF::: .f..;~_~. ... ..._u -a_. _. .... . 78 V/i Ag-80 S.P. Aii lonr Ph A093M449= . c 1strucwre, light relations and photosyn7ciis of tobacco canopies Par w• 3.A rl~~~e~t'ra o_ ~f~;~hoos'"yntl'i"et~"ca11jW., em~µ D. M. Whitfre/d"a and~D. J. Connor" yq• VbI k .00 • School of Agricykurc, ~Trobe Unive~ity,,~und ra, Vic. 3083, ~ a Present addressL.Tobacc Res~arch St~io~De tment of Ar" ulturc `, Victoria, Myrtleford./VicX373'1'1 A6:tratY The spatial distribution of photosynthetically active radiation (PAR) was measured on several occasions during the growth of a tobacco crop. The data describe the penetration of PAR into the crop. Penetration was influenced by crop size, row structurc, time of day and conditions of incident irradiance. At solar elevations greater than iS' on clear days, there were few regions in the crop with flux densities between 0•1/„ and 0•9/0, where /o is the flux density of PAR above the canopy. f . Frequency distributions of flux densities were thercforc bimodal. At lower ekvations, the direct- beam component was attentuated and frequency distributions were unimodal with few flux densities above 0•6/0. Under diffuse irradiance, the bimodal response was attentuated to give a relatively uniform distribution of flux densities on the transects. These data were used to appraise two estimates of the penetration of PAR Into the canopy. The i1irst was based on a physical representation of the display of kaf surfaces in the canopy. Alter- native estimates were derived from a mathematical model of the display of foliage of single plants which was extended here to acc nt f r 1, NTect of neighbouring plants on the penetration of 0 4 cpAtnto ~e c~. 1 4~`~ _ r . ~/
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50334 2922) gM ~Yeri'!c~I's 300 Tu 2 c. Tt1CE AS DIRECTED, OUR MODERN 24EDZCYtIES 1S67 457 Pcges ChemicAl F.ubber Co. C1eveland, Oze.o i 040000 1 432.,?,
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r- t t e ~ ..`"• 4 BACTERIA--CLASSIFICATION/STEROIDS AND STEROLS--BIOCHEMISTRY/YEAST/ ~ SOY SAUCE/ACYLASES/PENICILLIN ACYLASES~ ~ ~ j QR '/IDVANCES RJ ' fd'ded by D. PERIMAN . p: Applied N 1 36" o/ Pharmaoy Ad I /Vlicrobiology ThoVn'wrsiye/Wiuonii. ~ 1974 Modison, Wi.coniin M r . _ VOLUME 17 , O 1974 ~ ACADEMIC PRESS, New York and London A Subsidiory of Horcour/ lroc.lorono.ich, Publish.rn t ..
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r- r / 50334 29161 .... J_..J. A*tINO ACIDS--CHEMISTRY/FOOD--PROTEINS/AMADORI COMPOUNDS/MILK/COLLAGF.N/ PENICILLAr1INL/,, XADVANCES IN EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE & BIOLOGY., VOL. 86A & Vol. 86B/ SQi ~' J~ .~Q.®~,~r+Hl `1 t.l~-~'LJ'O.JIl ~~~Rl `V'lJ . 1976 Biochemical and Molecular Aspccts (s6A) R1G ~ 1977 NUTRITIONAL AND MEDICAL CONSEQUENCES (Vol. 86B) NI`[© Ea,tea by Mcndcl Friedman Wrstcrn Rct;ional ftcscarch f.aLoratory • AgricuU ural Itcscarcli Service U.S. hctartuwcnt of Agriculture Berkelcy, Califofnia ° ` ~(*.JzipeCz) ~ - , 1 4 0- 0 P~.til~ nl l PIjGSj• i Cb 'i URIC D LONDON i
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A , , 50334 2925 ~ -•r~.~..... I~'orf~.,y.criitte der Chemi© orgsniscizer 1\'nt•urstofie. T'ra;;re~ in the chernish•y of organic natural products. PrngYres ilar, la chirni^ des substances or;anictucs naturclles. 1.-- 1ii Wien, Sprin:;er-Verlag ictc., 1J38-~!-~~~~ v. 111us. 24 cm. F oustded and for some years edited by L. Zechmetster. For holdings, see main entri. 1. Chemistry, Organic-Period. i. 7.echmeister, T-isz16, 1889- ed. • QD2,1:1.F6 A C 39-1015 Aiinnesota. IInf v. L1brF for Library of Congress 154r54q2jt 0 4+l 0 0. 0 1 4 3~;S
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1 1 l S 50334 2917 ADVA?IC::S IN APPLISD ?dICR03I0LGGY, v, l~b?- h•ew York, l.cademiz Presi. v. 24 cm. 0 4 0 0 0 .0 1 4 3 1 ?
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, 50334 2929,• RC 117 Ci 1971 P DDL AFLATO\I?vS /'•fYCOTOXINS/ASPERCILLUS/OCtIRATOXINS/PENICILLItM/ CARCIIdOUNIC SUBSTANCES/ , • Edited by Alex Ciegler FUI.,GA4..TOXIN~ W=a,1,1971 '.. ~ Microbial j-11-9xins VOLUME VI K"J .tCADEMIC PRFSS • NEW YORK AND LONDON 3 0 40 0 0 0 1 4 3 2 9 Northern Regional Research Laboratory Agicultural Research Servica United Strtes Department of Agieulture Peoria. Illinois Solomon Kadis Samuel J. Ajl Research Laboratories '. Albert Einstein htcdical Center Phibadelphia, Pennsylvania .:
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50334 2923) . QR 53 Ve 1979 ENZY%LES--INDUSTRIAL APPLICATION/E.y7.Y:1ES--IbNOBILIZF.D/FRUCTOSE PRODUCTION/ MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRAIL/GLUCOSE--ISO"tF.RASE/A`ITIBICITICS--IIIOSYNTIIF.SIS/ ~.-p@/ICiLLI:1/ENZY`tES--PRODUCTION/t1ATF.R--POLLUTION(removal of heavy metals from waste water by irrraobilized microor;~anisms)/COE`tZY`4E A (synthesis of)/ pANTOTNENIC ACID(enzymatic synthesis of)/PHENOL, degradation of/ AMINO ACIDS--BIOSYtITHESIS/ Based on a4mposium Immobilized Microbial Cells I;s I K. Venkatsubramanian, EDITOR H. J. Heinz Company and IZitgert Univerrity S Y M P O S 1 U M S E R 1 E S106 AMtt1CAN CNEMICA\ fOCItTY rIAfNINOfON. 0. C. 1979 l1. .~ ~~.. iP+ Tc V : ~ • jointly sponsored by the ACS Divisions of Microbial and Biochemical TedinoIog. Agricultural, and Food Chemistry, and Carbohydrate Chemistry ~t the 176th Meeting of the /American Chemical Society, Miami Beach, Florida, September 14, 1978. Q.4aQn o-i 43~3
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I 50334 29191 :z45 F h'ortschritte der Chemie org2nischor Naturstoffe. Pregres in the chemistry of organic natural products. 1'rogr~, daii la chimie des sttbstances organiques naturelles. 1.- -` B:: Wien, Spriuger-Vering tetc.l 1934- .' ~' -- v. illus. 24 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L. Zechweister. For hoxdings, see main entry. 1. Chemistry, Organic-Period. r. Zechtneister, L(tszld, 1339- ed. ~,1D241.FS A C 39-1015- Diinnesota. Univ. Libr i for Library of Conbress J (54r54q2lt 44~0~c~ I 43 1-_9
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, 50334 2921~ _..~ ~--...... 5.~.13....L...L«..-.+..... , _. _.. ,. i..` -r :_ • ~~ - -..a,..:.~... ~...x. .. ' J.%k1#-L 2T30~ SVs .:OI%AtiYl Rodd, E H ed. Chemistry of carbon compounds; a modern comprehnnsiv~ treatise. Amsterdam, New York, Elsevier a?u1b. Co., 1J51- v, illus. 23 cm. CUNTElCTB.-v. 1. pt. A. General introduction and'altphattc com pounds. pt. B. Aliphatic compounds. 1. Chemistry, Oroanlc. 2. Carbon compounds. QD251.RG Library of Coneres 0 4 0 o c~ ~ 1 4 32. 1 ~" '~ 547 51--14G5 ~ti -~1 153r50h=31
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i r tJ 'Tl A ~ f ~ ~; i- Table 1--Plasm: >'etal L~ c~~t.ruti nsaud~ela e tive 13ioavailabilitv of Cvclobarbital followinr Oral Administration f J ^" " - - o _ Prepar Interaction Studies with t~iMu~man and 1. Tablets 2. Tablets 3. Aqueou Although sul and relative b: individuals (set values for the same for each ~ was comparati- for Preparatia the drug was F extent when gi, The present tent of bioavai lower when its ous solution. T. highest absorp sol lants VII: ~ Fluorocarbon J~e Bovine Globulins Using aa Partition Coefficient Method A;5 7d C1f7* Z/i J1 y L- )rsl Mean Fret (Range), {r in L. Chiou = 96 Departmeo of Plwrmaey Colle`o ot Pharnnxcy 101(89-136) Univernity of Illinois Med:cyl Center 78 (64-100) Cbirago, IL 60G12 Keyphrascs a Fluorocarbon aerosol propellant4-interaction with human and bovine globulins, partition coNffcient method D Globulins, human and bovine-interaction with fluorocarbon aero- sol propellan`, partition coefficient method 0 Plasma protein binding-interaction of fluorocarbon aerosol propellants with human and bovine globulins, partition coefficient method To the Editor: The partition coefficients of some commonly em- ployed propellants between the aqueous phase and the head space have been shown to be higher in plasma-air systems for humans (1, 2) and other species (2) than in the water (or normal saline)-air system. T his finding was postulated to be due to the bindinz or complexation of these propellants to cer- Ase Apothekers," K.N.M.P., The L van Rossum, J. Chromatogr., 88, . de Boer, Eur. J. Clin. Pharrnacot., O kn rott, D. F.. Wurster, and T. Higuchi, . 47,376(1958). ups, L. W. Dittert, E. T. Sugita, and •, 58,1196(1969). ~ uign;' vol. IV, E. J. AtfBns, Ed., Ac- chap. 1. ' D. D. Breimer Department of Pharmacology Subfaculty of Pharmacy University of Leiden
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50334 2926 1. i Am5 bu ma ~ CltiAMg l:mbru.n, Clara I-i. 1'EiiLCILUTd AND AUaEO.liCCIZ1, by C7xt-.a H. li:bru3, Ci,t3:L::fa9 I'i. 5kdar#., GAlbLsrC C. Jobn:.on, r.nd Soacnh h1. U. klarrlzcsn Antiibint:cs CamaCl:otapouttaa 2, 521-s2? ( 195 2 ) 0 14 3 2 6
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i ! 50334 2914~`°'~`~ " " --'PENICILLIN/ANTIBIOTICS--BIOCIIEMIS'i^Y!AFLATOXINS/STERIGMATOCYSTINS/ VERRUCARINS/RORIDINS/SYNTIIESIS,ORGANIC/FLAVONOID-GLYKOSIDE/POLYPEPTIDES/ ~ ' SESQUITERPENES/CROTON OIL/PHORBOLESTERS/:4CLANINS/CANCER--CAUSATION/ QD 245 To 1974 , L l FORTSC,HRITTE DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMISTRY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS uo.OMottvoM • povMOeo.r VOL. 31 L. ZECHMEISTER _ paAUlGaalsu+ vora • corttc ftY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH 0. W. KIRBY TALLMUtSttl /{,A. tlttfVaO L ttll GWOGM rY/AS[t • AUi11OR! N. H. ANDERSEN • ST. F. BRADY • C. M. HARRIS • TH. M. HARRIS E. HECKER • K. B. HINDLEY • D. N. MtGREGOR •). A. MARSHALL 7. G ROBERTS • R SCHMIDT • G. N. SCHRAUZER • G. A. SWAN CH. TAMM • H. WAGNER • E. WINTERFELDT s . 1974
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71 III Co2 S.P. Colby, T'rail;t h, r'I.ARC 1971 I. Coll:,;.tion of ;iaxe.ial C 0 Q0 0 n .Q 1 4 33 3 -
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i 1 4 • . . . . . . . . . . - ~ 50334 2924 y QP 501 C ~p*ojci'll.iiit ;Biochem istiq; T1Grl:in and llc:~crd S. . `t. l i~UC-• EiCF4t V'~tl7~ C rl'::3S Wf.'-7 Vf:Zk GGCxt.CRt.°. " JL-`e n.?.liA C'i?tky. r... +v'^s. w-..A.~ ~.+~ry.SR. . • ~ ~.Y~!,V+RRTT!f{~1S^1~!~~.il•1T/lr~I7eVF)7wr' 04~t~~p 1 4 3 x4
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5033tt 2930) 3 ; QK 623 R. BaL•er, Her.net13Y7yry:,n, 1JC3-- 11L manual of the penicillia, by Kenneth B. Iir.per s<nc Chnrles Thom; with the technical assistance and illus. b, • Dorothy I. Fennel. Baltimore, Williams & Wilkins Co. 1949. 1z, 875 p. l11us. (pa.rt col.) 24 cm. "Prenared under the joint sponsorshlp and euhport of the Natlona Science Fund ... and the Northern Regional Iteoearch Lahorstory Bureau of Agricultural and Industrial Chemistry, U. S. Dep•tritnec of Agrtculbire." "Reference material" : p. t705i-830. ~ 1. Pentcllllum. 1. Tbom, Charles, 1872- Jotnt author. QKG23.P4It3 r.~ 589.2411 411-10315' Library of Congrees`,_/ t121 0 4 0 0 0.0 1 4 3 3 0
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! 50334 2928 MICROFILM NO. 200 Brock, P. D. THE PHYSIOLOGY OF PARASITISM OF PENICILLIUM EXPANSMi LINK, A PATHOGEN OF APPLE. (I97 831.10j"~j')'hr, physiology of parlsiti,ur of 1'cniciliium cxpncsusuY tink, a pnlhurcn of appie. Brock. I'hililm D. (Univ. Cuclp!i, Cuclph, Qut.). I973. No pp. Given (En;;). Avnil. Nati. l.ibr. Cao.eda, Ottnwt-, Out. From 1JIS3. Abstr. lnt.13 Ili7l, 35(5), 2012. 0 4 0 00 0 1 4 32 8 .ii
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, , t ~: . . . ._ - 50334 t. , 2 91 2 i': ~ 75 II De Lloydia 37 (2) 147-67 (1974) " ANTIBIOTICS/ Fcrmcntat><ons'• 2 . - . . . . _ , Biochemistry.of ]~Rnicillit>qpnd Cephalosporin ARxosa L DucArri ~ .. ; Massachusetts Institute of Teclhnoloay, Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139 ome - t ^ a racemizaaoa of the L-aminoadtpy as e e asn o uopensa_in 1 d Ilatt~et. Siosynthesia of the hydrophobic penicillins by Penieillium el~ryso- tenum appears to involve the tripeptide i-(L-a-aminoadipyl)-L-eysteinyl-O valine and isopenieillia N as intracellular preeursors. These intermediates are formed from L- a:ainoadipate. L-eysteine and L-valine. The terminal reaction in the sequence is prob- ably a transacylation between isopenicillin N and an activated side-ehain acid (e.g. phenylacetyi-CoA) to produce the hydrophobic penicillin. 6-Arninopenieillanie acid is presumably a shunt metabolite produced by hydrolysis of isopenicillin N when hydro- yhobie side-chain precursors are unavailable. ... Since Lae•araizoadipate is an intermediate in both the fungal biosynthetic pathways to lysse and to peniczl:ins, a branched pathway is involved. Diminution of penicillin formation by lysine is evidently caused by lysine inhibition of homoatrate synthase, the 5rst enzyme of the early common pathway to the amino acid and to penicillin. Bio- synthesis of penicil::n also appears to be subject to catabolite repression eontrol, and feedback inhibition by penicillin itself. Biosynt:~esis of the hydrophllic penicillin N by Cephalosporium acremonium also appears to involve the tripeptide intermediate. In addition to the tripeptide, one can observe production of tetrapeptides containing a-amincadipate, q~steine, glyeine, and either valine or 3-hydroxyvatir.e. 6-APA does not appear to be an intermediate in penic.llin N b:osynthesis. The final step of the biosynthetie pathway could be merely r The h n ' h' f' ll' N ' 0 4 0 0 t1 0 1 4 3 1 2
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t 50334 2910 j Ar.CI1ER PILOT PL/.h'T STUDIES OF :IEAT TRANSFER PAPER N0. A70-49 (R. H. Dunnington) SOj IDIFICATI02i AND Rc^.5ULTt.NT STRUCTURE OF COt1TINU04SLY CAST ALUaINtr4 D.* A. Peel, ~::~!cttgel~ and S. Pilkinaton • Abstr.act A study of heat transfer and solidification in the semi-continuous casting of aluminun has given arn ie:proved ca3ntitativo understanding of the process. The factors controlling solidification and hence structure at the cast surface and in the body of casting have been ~, er_a©ined bv laboratory and pilot plant work. A Matheunatical simulation of the casting process using measured parameters for heat transfer and solidification shows good quantitative agreement of measured and calculated teAperature fields. A convinaing semi-quantitative agreement of measured and calculated cell size distributions is also obtained and providca an important link between casting conditions and resultant cast structures. The application of this work in cast shop practice is considered briefly. ~ ~ ' ( ~;~~e k~ ~ : IVA ~ RAC TEMETALLhRGR., ~ TSJF YOE~K,_:N Y ....,...., . ; ~;: 00 :..' 4 J . . ,~ VV ""77 M . •!. . .. 0 0•.. Y 1 4 3 1 A 0
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l 50334 29441 QD 321 Pe T • 1.t ... L~""i Pe7lnick nrci Ford, Ltd., Inc., Corn Ref{ttiug Division PUNYC: l.i•iD FORD, LTD., INC., CORN REFIaING DIVISION, PFOI:UCT DP.TA 1965 Vazicua pages Penick *nd Pocd, Ltd., Inc. Cedar Rapids 04t~acl,p 1 4344
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, i t • 5033q 2920 ~ ;71-II Re-76 S.P. ~ . . ene-';~~~ of bioNs-ynthes'lls . ~r:~~~ai~~io~~. ~_~L o~~ ~~ . ~ w ~~ en~.~'il I i ~" ~ Scl. Prog., Oxf. (1976).63, 547-573. .~' • ' K. D. Macdonald and G. .Ilolt Penicillium chrysogenum which is usedfor the industrialprod!retion ofpenicillin is imperfect but it has a pcaasexual cycle. A nu»rber of workers hai:e examined the possibility of making pra°:!c[ ! !Cse -,r t!dis parn,sC':!:2l lT!CCI![!1lic73l to h.roed i1Nprored cOdnplPrrin! .Ctraill.c. Pdutauls inipaired in penicillin biosynthesis will include those with lesions in genes control- lilig S1C/.., iA al)tibiJlic s)YTti(eSiS and IIlei! utildy should liai: t0 an IfiIdersiCi1wi11o of tlJe genetic processes iuvoleed in penicillin syuthesis. Similarly, information on the genetic regulation ef oc-erpro~lucfion should conte froiu a study of mutants yielding more penicillin than tl:eir parents. This article reviews genetic incestigations on the biosynthesis and ' ocer1»•oductiou of penicillin in Penicillium chrysogemm: and Aspergillus nidutans. '. Although the latter elaborates much less penicillin tlran the fornner, the formal genetics of 4AsArgiO's i''ulapy is Cy..9 ucl h, tt u~~rs~or.'~ tha' . it .rerres as a useful m~de! organism ' ~. .. _~_.A. .. . - , ~
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i 50334 2955 ~ I . RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Pe 195B A STUDY OF THE POLYPHENOLS AND POLYPHENOL OXIDASE PRESENT IN TOBACCO LEAVES. Doctoral dissertation. North Carolina State College, Raleigh, NC. 1958 Univ. hiicrofilMs Internationa]..Ann Arbor, M1.9b p..58.(IN ; ENG.) ISN = 6155 % th- I p ~.T:,~;_'a ~.---- 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 3 5 5
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50334 2911 .5;; ...--.::..` ~.~_ J ~ « ~ ; - • .... •..~...,.~.... :._._ :..r..._~..... ...Gi.t..._-~a.:. _,.i,~,,:rr.,.«. .....~.i~:~ -...a._.: ..i:.: '-XX t•teF-D-370~-74• -°Aust. Jour.. r:cplt:. Biol. rfed: Sci. 20, 287-2e3 (19l,2) ANTIRACTERIAL SUBSTANCES PRODUCED BY MOULDS ' 1; ' 7 ~a) ;'~yd-._: . • - by NANCY ATJCI' S0N . e . r ~~: ~ ` , Y ---~ , YS)SS . t~I~%et ) ~`~ i°A~.+?Vl ') Meek `~- for . . . .., . . . • .. • . . ' (From the Institute of 1iedicai and Veterinary Science, Adelaide). •. (Aecopfed f or ptLbluatton 3rd h ovember,19.22.) - During an investi~ation of the production of antibacterial substances by moulds (Atkinson, 1942) a penicillium (llould 9) was found which produced a substance inhibitory to both Gram-positive and Gram-negative- bactcria. The • present paper describes the method of production and extraction, and some of the properties of this substance for which the name "penicidin" is used throiiahout. Jliethod oj x''roduciion. ' The medium used was that of Czapek•Do= modified as described by Abraham ei al. (1941) ', ':-';;~ for tbe production of penicillin, and ~ras distributed in bottles in a shallow la~er not morc than ;;,:~2.cm..d,eP3x~t!~~9.inRtlda~c~.~h~uspension of s~ores and incubated at 18-20° C. The course ' - bwLjler ~:+ . r - . .... ....~_ . ` -
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/ i i t -- 50334 2951 )-_-- RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 VI Pe ~. • Oliveira, G. D. .(Uriiv. Pittsburgh, Dep. Occup. Health, Crad. Sch. Pub. Health, Pittsbu Pa., U. S.) THE SIMULTANEOUS ANALYSIS OF CARBON MONOXJDE AND SUSPENDED PARTICULATE MATTER PRODUCED BY CIGARE~TFy,~,Idh~]G. ~~~ Environ. Res. 9, 99-114 (1975) (in English) *Kcywords:* carbon monoxide, smoke, constituent; particulate matter, smoke, constituent. ~` 0 40 0n 0 1 4 3S 1
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i 50334 2958] i P k _ _:~....__:__.__ _............ ~ ... _...a.._ _ na#r, ew. w"ONr'rfA Colle;iate dictionary of zoology. '_~ew York, Ronak Press Co. I1J64j YI, 6S3 p. 26 cm. `. 1. 7.oolory-Dlctiounrles. i. Title. QL9.P4 ( 590.3 G~--1333~ Library of Con,gress ` 151 04o0o:at435s
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, ~936 ~Pe. ... ..-.-......~~.~.i.. a..a~.:i~ PVC technology, by W. S. Penn. 2nd ed. London, Dinc- iaren, 1966. - ziT, 413 p. plates, tables, diagrs. 221 cm. GO% 50334 2957 ~ ~ ~ (Ii E(3-327J) Includes bibliographies. 1. Polyvinyl chloride. i. Title. TP1180.V,48P4 1966 668.4230 66-74232 Library of Congress 151 • -. . : i ' - ~ . . . . . _ 0 4 tl o~o t 43 5.,7
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i , k 50334 . Plant and Soil XXX, r.o; 1.: . • Fcbruary 1969 . ~ I'eii>rdlllr~`t~M- ~ MTIW*,MPM1%TWMTi'`%hcls-'V* SHORT COAi?11UI`'ICATION . " ' XX Mep-dp*"-74 . - • . . " soils 3 6. Penicillinsu urticae Bainier numbers increased in subtilled soil com- ~-y~~t, parcd with either ploti~•ed soil or subtillcd soil .~-ith crop residues removcd •• /~~ - • lutroduction : • . , .. Studies of stubble-mulched soils from three locations in Ir'ebraska showcd larger total counts (bacteria and actinomycetes) and fungi than in plowed F; A• NOrstadt and T. trt:, lIcCalla;• • P. urlicac B. produccs patulin, a phytotoaic'substancc. This organism is rc- a4/1-1 garded as one of the possible sources of the toxicity problem arising in ~~~ A stubble rnulching 4 5. Pe~ricillitau cxpap:si(»:7 ink and patulin were studied in ~ the apple replant problem s. • . /. 'Thc purpose of this paper is to present methods to estimate P. urlicae B. ' numbers in soils and demonstrate patulin in selccted fungal isolates. Soil f-dating and isolation A special layering and culture technique t speeded the growth and sporula- ~ ' tion of tlic fungus in dilution plate counts. Rose bengal agar 1 plates were • poured and hardened. One-milliliter aliquots from the dilution bottles were ; plxced in tubes containing 2 tn] of l°/p melted at;ar at 40°C. The test tube 'CC111t(:ntS.ti'.:(: 0 4 a 0 0'o 1 4 3 2
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e -4 50334 2959 TECHNICAL REPORT STANDARD TITLE 1~0 . Report No. DOT-TST-75-106 2. Government Accession No. 3. Recipient's Catalog No. 5. Report Dote June 1975 4. Title and Svbtitle !,-7TU.S. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION .~, CIAP ATMOSPHERIC MONITORING AND EXPERIMENTS THE PROGRAM AND RESULTS 6. PerForminp Or9onizotion Code . A-thor(s) Ronald J. Massa, F - ,-Rudolf Penndorf-,_C ritz Ostherr, onsultant 8. Performing Orqani:ation Report i17 [11 -7 S-FR . Performing Orqonizotion Nome and Address 10. Work Unit No. DYNATREND INCORPORATE D _ . 131 Middlesex Street Burlington, Massachus etts 01803 11. Contract or Grant No. DOT-OS-20104 13. Type of Report and Period Cov 12. Sponsoring Agency Name and Addre U.S. Department of Tr ss ansportation Final Report May 1972 - June 1975 Climatic Impact Asses sment Program (TST-2. 1) 210 S co d Street SW ~was~i~to~, >ilc.tl201904 3 5 9 14. Sponsoring A9e.tay' Code
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( 0 . 0 -0'--'4'-n '0 .0 0._1. o. Third Edition Revised and l:drtccd by W. V. TITOW ) arslcy Laboratories. Chessiitgton, liirglurid ~ ~ and 13. J. L.AN I-1 /1 Ivf James Ferguson cC Sons Lld, London. F.i~2lard W1Ll:Y INTERSCIENCE A DI~/JSIO;~ OF lOI IN WILi Y & SONS INC. N}:\'V YnRK-L.ON1)ON-SYI)N};Y-TOROI\TO , ;
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50334 24531 .wc~u,aawe+nG. a.v. ~i MI~~`~1~~ HU.l T11CM3 MT D:,''+.°ivii7Blf'l" ~~^c~,?~~r~•.~c~~, L: rn~?.~.:~ s~f~~cx Q -~~,:xcSst nfm GP.[ 7/Y*• •,• aal/ ,Il.yl:~.f -.'a:u4J~4:i.~p F'ap--r p3o aaUill c.t aic l:a t3anrz7. 1bet;l, - uf tho I. Cal=llcpl Sc;;letyy WAs.iSa^gtonj Do Co, 2'cmCh l~i"6? 16 P. C) °.-.^~yn7cr~>-:~,~•,~..+"lwc.-~,v.~~+s-.:+!^ . -°Ar,..^?~.v-wr.v.~..a*-,.~rr:^.~'t(+_~..RV...+r~wwwRR"~~T-'~w.M.'~~lf~JrF. ~1 4 0 Q a 0 1 4 3 5 3,
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50334 2968) , ..___.._. ~ F00D--NUTRIFNT VALUE/FOOD--VITAMINS/FOOD--MINERALS/ 1. 370 Dietary Nutrient Guide* 1976 by Jean A: Thompson Pennington, R.D., Ph.D ""`* Instructor of Nutrition, Department of Bio/ogy, San Francisco City College, San Francisco, California WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT THE AVI PU3Lt SE'1INEa COtiIiPANY, INC. 1976 0 4 n le.
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I Ref z 699 Pe _._._ ~__ ...r.Y. 50334 2967 l REFERC::CS CIVID:; TO :L1?ti:::a'I'.iG LITi:^ATilRL, by Allan L. Peraiir. ;ton ar.ca :'tobet c A. Peterson 1970 13 Pages D. ti. Hark Publiahfng Co. 8raint:eo, 'tass. ~ t `-~ y.-...,....~ ... .7 1 4 3 ~i; ?
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, , / ... j • • • . . : -IL T Y T 71.. • :P: ~ •J.1llol• 13io1• (1rJG5) :31, 10I-114 - Nuclear hlagnetic Resonance Studies of Erythrocyte .t . ; : i . ... Mciiibranes ' . X). C:uru~\, V. Ii• ICAmd1•, J• DE GrF:nf d\D S: ;B:MVZX=A* ' liloteeulur B:aphysics Unit, L'nt7ev;er P.ssearch. Laboratory , TAe.Frythe, 1 f'ehefn,lYerts., England •(Recei.•ed R Jlay 1967, and iia reraaerl john 9'Scptember 1907) Tho uso of nuclear raag:etic resonance spectroscopy -for studying- mol: cular interactions in biolo~ical membr.lnes hss been in~•estionted usiiig crythrocyto . membrano frngments. Sonic dispersion of ±heso fragrncnts produces a shasp and • . well•defuicd W.-h-resolution nuclear mag:ietic resonunco spectrunn. The spoctrum shows peaks which can be nssigr•cd to various groups of tho lipid, sugar and protein. Thc choline \+(CII3)'l signnl of the r,iembrlno lipid ig prominent but the sitnal dun to - (Cii,), protons of tho hydrocarbon chahis is broadened t+s a result of interactiati. Tltis signal narrows at hi>_hcr ;eropcratures or tivhen mposod to increasing concentrstic.na of socliunu deowcholato. 1 .~ ! ~ F i tCin Qro uniCSOlt•CCI lri t~hw(i !1 w~~~ . . . . k . _ . . . ~- . .... . ... - .. . ..w.:vw..r:_..... 50334 2952 -. , . _ . . . ~. . . . • - .. . . _ . - .. . . : • - - • . 04o:4nn 14._352
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, III Du2-81 OZONE DEPI.FTION CALCULATIONS S.P. ~ Lawrence Livermore Laboratory ..TWarft +.e r.a .« w na. « n.l..K.. .ftw o.....r.i...f nK ..nb.. 50334 `2963 ~ VcRI.. 85814 PR EPR 1 NT CCAF Frederick h1. Luther Julius S. Chang Donald J. Wuebbles •j.. 4 o;rC`jk!_g~~~, "~1is b.~Ir~ .f . pPea ia.4e fa NrcaMM h. j..d apeocr.r~. eMs.. ." b. .d. a.rat r.alotr.. ab r..*.ir k .%,.. ...ark .ah M. ... This paper was prepared for inclusion in the Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Research Institute on the Effects of Solar Ultraviolet Radiation `on ' Marine Ecosystems, Copenhagen, Denmark, July 28-31, 1980. 0 4- Q 0 n OApr~i , 4I 3 63
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, 50334 2972 Pern~*lv~ iti'==?Tt3~sc c o=-Hi~t~r: ; Tobacco Institute, Inc. TOFACCO Ii I:^t ORY SMIES. 19G0, 1961 Tobacco Institute, Inc. Washington, D. C. i . . _ j. .. Q4oQni~ i 4 3 7...2
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50334 2961) / TIM /N'R~AL M PMMIM:H'AL CNE\TrRr . • CARB0XYHE*10GL013IN / 11in1rd u, Wirl. 77 II Ca -- , Kinetic Stu '~on the Binding Affinity of Human Hemoglobin • for the 4th~~arbon Monoxide Molecule, L4* 10 ALICt3 DBYOUNC, ItUS§V.Qd'Rt;.PO ANNA L. TAN-WUSONJ AND RONERT W. No81.t3§ (Rectived for puhlication. March 31. 1976) From the Departments of F3iochemistry and,ti:edicine, State University oJNew York at Bu//a1o,11eterans Administration Hospital. Bu/(alo, Neul York 14215 L., the affinity of hemoglobin for the 4th CO molecule, has been determined for human adult hemoglobin (HbA) as a function of pH and the presence of o rganic phosphates by measuring the kinetic parameters for the reaction. P,, the rate of combination of CO with the tritiFandetl molecule• was measured by flash photolysis while t,, the rato of CO dissociation for the liKand•saturated molecule, was . measured by ligand replacement. L. is pf(•dependent and affected by 2,3•diphlKphoglycerate. Addition• ally, this pH dependence of the high aitinity state is largely eliminated by earhoxypeptidace A digestion. L, for hunian fetal hemoglobin (HbF) in phusphate buffers was also determined and found to be pH-dependent. These results cannot he reconciled within the framework of the twu•state allosteric model. Additional structures in the conformatinnal eyuilibrium due to either intermediates in the T to R . transition or two or more R states must exist. • p Q n. 4 n 0 t 4 3 6 I I ~ ;,- ; ,r ... ,,
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50334 2962 INCREASES -III Du2-81 S.P. IN CO2 AND CHLOROFLUOROMETHANES: COUPLED EFFECTS ON STRATOSPHERIC OZONE UCR L-84058 PR EPR 11T C.Oov - Lawrence Livermore Laboratory . . : : This paper was prepared for submittal to Quadrennial International Ozone Symposium August 4-9, 1980 Boulder, Colorado August 18, 1980
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j S • II/I/-Iw~~•III .. . Wvarmcr5 ~ - - :., f'ustiiblc V:rriattuns in ~,t^susp'r•trrii. Ozc,ne S~Iat~c! tu th.• t:1vven Ye:rr III Du -79 S.P. POSSIBLE VARIATIONS IN ATMOSPHERIC OZONE RELATHD TO THE ELEVEN:YEAR Si Tliis 1>aper was preparucl for tiubmistiiun to the k'urld vetvcvroiuJ;icul (trr;ru;ii.,ti-;ii Synputiium on the Ocuphysl, al Atiprc:tti :uid t:untirquunr~•,: ut Ch;rnt;~•si,~in thc- it lccn t,t tlct• Str.rtospherc, Torantu, Canridl, ':G-3O .Jun.! 1973. 2 , jri(,yi•C'_!L:_enater• aud .1u1 ik•s S. Chanti . ..1pri 1 20, 1978 without the permission of the author. CYCL ~.This is a preprint of a paper intended tor publication in a journai or proceedcnns Since ch.,ro,,•S m,iy t)#• miu/rt before publication, this preprint is made available with tntr understandmg that rt will not be ccNrcJ ur nppruducv0 I
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11 I Three gQ the Mile Island uclear Incident 80 II Ho , Healt}h-Relaced ehaviorzl Imoact of Report Submitted to the TMI Advisory Panel On ~lth Research Studies of The Penasy lvsrii~Dor~an4tir-W;;11 eslt h,g -.~- ~*Peter S. Houts. Ph.D., Principle :-vest-gator l/~}~ ~ *The Pennsylvania , PART I *Robert W. Miller, Ph.D. **George K. Tokuhata, Dr. P.H., P::.=. **Kum Shik 3am, Ph.D. State University, College Of ~c-•:cine and **The Pennsvlvania Department of Healt:i Apri: 8, 1980 I b 4~[l Ik4 3 7~ -50334 2974 I ©
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< ~ , IX Re2- 1 I' ~ ~, /49 , S.P. . . ~ ~ . ~. / ` -: HEMODYNAMIC CHANCES DURING PROLONGED CARBON MONOXIDE INHALATION IN THE RAT. 4ftJO~`1% P. C. Sodt and A. F. Cutilletta Dept. of Physiol., Wayne State Univ. School of Med., Detroit, Mich., School of Med., Northwestern Univ., Chicago, Ill., and Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Md. Adult male rats were exposed to 500 p.p.m. CO (38 - 42% COHb) for per- iods of time from 1 - 42 days. Hematocrit rose gradually from 49.8% to 69.7x. Using an open chest anesthetized preparation (R. T. Dowell et al. J. Appl. Physiol. 39, 1043, 1975), stoke index, mean stroke power and ~~ mean cardiac output were seen to increase sharply upon initial CO expos- ure and remained elevated for the duration of exposure. Concurrently, both total systemic peripheral resistance and total pulmonary resistance fell sharply and remained depressed. Both left ventricle (LV) and right ~ ventricle (RV) systolic pressure and mean aortic pressure rose modestly, but non-significantly over the first 14 days of exposure, declining somewhat thereafter. Maximum rate of heart muscle contraction (dP/dt) tended to rise above control levels during the first two weeks of expos- ure. Neither LV or RV end-diastolic pressure changed significantly dur- ing CO exposure. There was no consistent change in heart rate. Enhanced ~. cardiac output*via increased stroke volume is seen as a compensatory mech- •anism to provide adequate tissue oxygen delivery during CO intoxication. ~ The greatec continuous heart work involved may be the major factor re- t sponsible for development of cardiomegaty. (this research was in pact supported by Grant HL-16367 from the National Heart, Lung & Blood .4 A I~it~e)0 t 3~5 tJ 4 . ~ .
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50334 29731 °S H 0 P P ER I S G U I D E" . TO --FiyNAFSe S02•w KEY . 1'.•aI7.'•1 CQ.•TARIS02dS FOR BSGI:1MIIJG YC:.'a SEARCH FOR isE BEST AJ',^0::0BILE INSLr:'i:dCE BARGAIN . PEM-RED BY T?.E PF.NNSYLI'?.t:IA II;SURMdCE DEPART:IENT } g DanenbPr Milton J. S.h•pp 7?r. Horber t . Insurance Cor.,a~3.ssioner 0 4~ 4 ~ t~io~~: o~ ~ 7 :i C
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t .. ..--~..- i .c~~ . . .. l 50334 2965) ~ IX Re2-78 S.P. Jour. Appl.. Physiol. 43(No. 2)365-369(1q77) . Hematologic responses to carbon monoxide and altitude: a comparative study MICHAEL F. THOMAS AND ~ Departrnent of 13iological Sciences, University of Illinois at Chicago Circle, Chicago,'Illinois 61 THOMA8, MICHAEL F., AND nAV1U C. i"F:NNEY.HCnlatolOb'IC tologic effects of the two stresses and the influ ~ respwnsrs to car6on monoxide and altitude: a contparativc exposure duration and aF;e on Hb concentration, study. J. Appl. 1'hysial.: Respirat. Environ. Exercise Physiol. tocrit ratio (llct), 2,3-DPG concentration, and M( 43(2): 3G5-3G9, 1977. -Groups of 40- and 90-day-old rats were exjx)sed to 500 ppln CO l1ihCO = 31-43`m) and simulatted M ATERIAt.S AND METHODS altitude (15.000 ft). Rosultint; hematologic changes were moni- • I ` .: .04o•o~Q t4~6
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1 50334 2960 { -RS 421 Am 1978 f •ii INFORMATION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL SYSTE.*iS--C4MPUTERIZED/ CHEMISTRY, MEDICAL AND PHARMACEUTICAL/COMPUTERS--I*IFORA:`fTION SCIENCE/ 11i1 Orn11t1021 Retrieval of~'Medicinal. Chen1'cal = Based on a ymposi . _ _ W. Jeffrey. I-iowe, . EDITOR - The Upjohn Company Margaret M. Milne, EDITOR Sniith, Kline, and French ~ ' y-~~DITOR ICI A~~terica.r/Inc. ~ u i S Y M um cosponsored !21 by the Divisions of Computers in Chemistry and Chemical Information at the 175th Meeting of the '~ crican Chemical Society, Anaheim, California, March 13-17, 1978. „ P O S! U M S E R! E S G~ . iR.10Ti:%u I. h6i U Y.ct , V AMF.ItICAN CHEMICAL SOCIETY WASHING70N, D. C. 19Tt
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50334 2986 VII.Re6 -78 S.P., ' TUE DETERMINATION OF THE ECONOMIC EFFECT OF PESTICIDE USE ON HUMAN HEALTH: A GAMING APPROACH-TO WILLINGNESS-TO-PAY .•.Stuart H..Mann, Thomas J. Douglas, Jack L. Nasar and F. Roger Tellefsen E 0 4 0 00 0 1 4 38 6
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..y...._-• _ _ . PENi4SYLVAt:1A ST ATC INDUSTRIAL DIRECTORY 2 F'ENN FLl1A. NEW YOEtK. NEW YORK 10001. 212155•1•0340 (~r ~•do • [7 aM~ " ` '^r" ~' .l~ ~~ C'1~ E ~ru .,~: a ~MY _.. _ .. .,.._~... .. . r . _. _ ,- ~ z, ~ »~ r.~ =,•„ Y-..... ....~.~.,.~.. , a 4 n 4 n 0 1 4 3 7 7
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( s t 50334 2971 ~Pencu~ylyan~F -1tir==Pol2ul 04~t~ f~Q 1 4 37 l;
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4 50334 2980~ SMOKING HABITS--RELINQUISHING/TOBACCO--SMOKING---PSYCHOLOGY/ 76 X Ha RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 77 X Ha2 2 Hackett, G.; noran, J. J. (Pennsylvania St. -llniv. ; Dep: ° Counselor Educ. ; ~Pa. , _ _U. -. S. )~ BEHAVIORAL CO;:TROL OF CIG,'IRETTE SMOKING. A CO:iPItEHEI:SIVE PROGRAM. , Jour. Drug Educ. 7 (No. 1) 71-79 (1977) (in English) Cigarctte smoking has been a behavioral cnigma. Single trcatnicnt techniques. whcn ~ succcs%ful, are u.ually plagucd by high rccidivism ratcs and "practical" insignifirance. ~~ ~ Two recent dcvelopments, rapid smoking and comprehensive hchavioral probramming, hold promise for Ihe eventual behwioral control of smoking. This study describes ~ one such Program and prcwnts svine prcliminary fndings. -- 0 4 (1.. 0 '-,n 0 _.^4- 3-8-0 ., ++s~ ?Is.a :.=-. .+.~.
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f 1 i " - -.LYrs~.........-..< ...:............ 50334 2970 ~ ...~......,.-.. .. _~-~-.._. .. _,,._..-"-..~.....-..__ .. .~......~~....._ __~ ,__ SUPPORT MATPJ CL• .C FOR APl RASE -~-C H!1FRY DARROw BRo\,%'~, AN-1L B. PATEL, SA'CAR_1J Ja. Cf1A'ITOPAI?- s~ ~~ Axn (Biockrm. Sedion, Car.ur Rtsaorth Crufri, ColumLia, Missorsri 65201. U.S.A.) (1%--IV--IM) _. _.,....~.....~.~.~-~a The nature of the interactions between the biological membr'nne and the bound enzyme and the effects of this relationship upon enzt-natic activity is of both theoretical and practical impotcance. I3ecause of the complexity of enzrme-membrane binding, even in i.wlated sYstems, attempts have t)cen made to produce s%-nthetic : enzrme-ruembrane n•stc:ns .rhose biuding situations tt•eredefiued. The adsorption of enzymes at- lipid interfaces and the ph~~sical ehanges in the adso:bed protein were studied bt• L.1xGWrifi and SCFLIEFERl, and by others, some with a more-or-le_ss biolo,-ical'' orientation (see the comprchensi.•e review by J.km.Es and ALGEN- -.~~. ~ ._... _ ~ ,. . ._ . tn concert, held 4 0 .-.Q n f I f • ' 7 ' • . . . . . .. . .. : Y'+ . . . - • . ;'~ . . ..
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, . f t 50334 29811 78 VII Ag-ts0 TOBACCO--PENNSYLVANIA/ TOBACCO--CURING/TOBACCO--AGRICULTURE/ S.P. RJR CLASS N0. _ PA,"tPHLET 78 VI II Ag-80 s.p. Yocum, J. 0. (Pennsylvania St. Univ., Entomol. Plant Pathol. Ext.,Univ. Pk.,Pa., U. S, ) GUIDE FOR TI{E PRODUCTION OF PENNSYLVANIA TOBACCO. ~~ Penn: St: Oniv.'~°Ex~: 'StY~.4 1980, °No~l~4~1-12 (1980) (in English) Contents: Tobacco varieties, Tobacco seedbeds, Seedbed plant diseases, Tobacco field culture, Field plant disease and injury, Tobacco Curing, and Tobacco stripping, grading, and baline. 0 4t1Qn 0 1 43 8 1
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i 50334 2988 ' - - - - . ~._~.....y._......_.__. XI To6 Fennsyltitania ar.d Zta.-Tobacco. -~ Tobacco Institute, Inc. TOBACCO HISTORY SERIES. 1960) 11961 Tobucco Inst%tute, Inc. ldAshington, D. C.* ("D -......~~ .- . +-n ...-.--r.. ,... ,..,-.-r r. , . -- .-~..,. ,.?,.. . . 04 0 0 n 'O 1 4 a8 8
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t , 50334 2969 ~:..~........_ ° _.._.....~_.._.__.___~.... . __.._.,~_.. ...~. ....~ ._L.. ._.~.... . _... .__..._ ~... :...... ;L~- :.......~~:_ ..,".:~ EuL:apniLnt~-of CIuco6e ' ~~~, Qxiciase-Pcro~:idase and Aectylchvlire Esterase S:'N;-~EA?~I?tiGTO?1T} H. D. BROWN, A. B. PATEL, and S. K. CIiATTOP :DHYAY, Cancer Research Center, Columbia, Biisscncri 65201 . Summary Acetylcholit~e esterase and the glucose oxidase-peroxid~uc systems have been entrapped in Silastic tiiatrioes. - The entrapped acetylcholii~e esterase exhibited r t1 t- i I b1 t b'1' d! t t f 1' Tt 1 ......~:: lr.~ a , e e ree enzy:ne tn so u ca a : remar e s t ~ y as coinpa ion. ~e g urnse ^~ 0 4 0 0 nn t~ 1 4 3 b 9 ~ oxidase--peroxidast system indicates that consecutive reactions may be carried t , . . , "C . . . . . - . . . . , , . . , . _ .
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i s , • . ..... . - __ 50334 ... 1 DissoV,.X~ati3.nris -'~ e ~ann$y~v~s : n3.vers3ty Sfiate: : , a .: . ~ ~..~,...... See Dissertstions--Pennsylvania State University . • • •.:•. . n 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 "S 8., 3
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a ]a 1o6-- 72,k i 50334 2987 f.. .... .._ . . .~-.... -. . a. TOBACCO INSTITtJTE, INC. TOBACCO HISTORY SERIES. . -' ` . .. ~ , • .-. TOBACCO INSTITUTE, INC. , WASHINGTON, D.C. bb 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 38 7 . • . . •~J . .
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50334 2976 { ~ _ - _ - ~ ~.... ~~..... _ _ ~_ ...s..~...r N~ .a ....r.•a...~f'rrw r ~..~ww/ .~ .~ ..i.w~ _.~. . _.~...r._ ..... .. 1 . • , 0 "SHO PPEE ' S GUIDE" TO PENIdSYTti'ANIA AUi0::0BILE INSURANCE ~/' . '''''' ~ S01%E MY P:Z.i-"SU'.T'd C0:•:PARISONS FOR BEGI:IIr'II:G YCLR SE:iRCH FOR i:IE BEST ALi'0.'•:JBII: IfiSUi.A":CE BARGAIN F~'wEP~.? :D BY THE . d400 t1oV~n~o 3p76 Lr. Herbert S. Danenberz
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i, I , I t 50334 29781. .. •_...._ -...•.._. __. _ ~_.. _ ~ TD i .883 Pe ~ 1972 , ~ AIR--POLLUTIO'--RESEARCit--U. S. / __ POLLUTION--AIP./_ ._ : GUIDE TO RESEARCH IN AIR POLLUTION PROJECTS ACTIVE IN CALENDAR YEAR'19.72 Eighth Edition 1 COMPILED BY CENTfR"FOR'A1R'fNYiRONMENT"STUDiES • , OF _ ..., AP-47 Prepared under Contract No. 68-02•0077 ~ J THE~kt~SYtYAtIlA~-S;ATE:-uNIYERSFTY• ~: -.. *' tk•S• ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY • : Gf(ice of Air Quality Plonning and Standards •.- ~ Reseor<h Trianyic Pork, North Carolina December 1972 I ~~
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~ . 50334 2992 MATHEMATICS/ TECHNIQUES of DIFFERENTIAL QA 371 So 1972 P~. TOPOLOGY in RELATIVITY Iff 1C3GER'~~It. Birkbeck College • University of London REGIONAL CONFERENCE SERIES IN APPLIED MRTHEMATICS, V. CONFERENCE BOARD OF TIiB :L;T1I1ZIATICAL aCIENCLS SOCIETY for INDUSTRIAL and APPLIED MATHEMATICS PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA 19103 T , 040:0 Cl0 1 4392 i
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, , IT? ~ ~ 156 D D.zubcrtp Thomas Edward IaNAY1;ATr G'Z AI:D S.^..ALE-UP 0F A VAAPC.^. F'HA ;F oxMax1aa xr.r:c•raa. .50334 2964 1964 185 pp. Pennsy].vc~nS.A State Uaiv:;rsit•yj Pb.D. Thesio U 0 4 4 0 n .'Q 1 4 38 4
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, 50334 2979 ~ RA 576 Bu -;£tivit•onmerit =Stuztiie4%Z fiurd, Patricia A. I2•9D,3Y. i0 hL : POL'CUSFCa F.ESCb.F.''..!' I. A Gu;cia to Curzamt C:,vs:rment E.cd Y.nctUrStrq Suppuited Air k'bllutica Pcsexr6 11,168 164 pcaes , Penr.,nylvanin State Csnlv:=iCy UnivQrs3ty pcrk, Pa. Centcr for J!ist Er,viro-~~,ant St•udiaa 0 4 0 0 ntl 1 43 7 9
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/ 1 iTP ; 155 I H I 50334 2989 . Harper, James I ed. ~ Chetnicnl engineerinti in practice; a collection of pnper: ori,cgi_7ally presented in Philadelphia, Pa., May 12, 1953. under the auspices of the Phihtdelphia-)Vilmin;ton Section of tho American Instituto of Chemical I:ngineers and the Department of Chemical Enhincerinti, University of Peim- sylvnnin. New York, Reinhold I'ub. Corp., 1954. v1f i,140 p. lllus. 20 cm. Inciudes biblIoSraphies. 1. Cheudcal engineerinS-Addresses, essnys, lectures.`~ i. Ameri- can Institute of Chetr.icul EngIneers. l'Jil1ldelphia-Nitmtugton Sec- tion. ir. 1'euusylvanta. University. Dept. of Chemical Engineering. nu. iit:e.. Tl'185.II3 060.25 54-10403 Ltbrary of Congress 1201 0 4 Q 0 n:b 1 4 3 8 9
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/ t .i 50334 2993 )~ tn Eaetinss Hcu~~e Publ+nl~zrs, Irc. ~`'T~~,HL'PPNi OJf~'=Wr,AUAL , : Fol.._ 52 ~ __46 PAm1LO.ao:. ` G ,wrul}c~ ~ tasR 3?3 n.,..~a .. ...,..., New York •-~r.•,...~..~..~..r......• . . . , ..»r7r.. 'K j.. • . - • ~ • - , -0• 4 tl 0 0 0 L ~ A ~ 9 3 - ..___--..,. _....~...._ .
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50334 2997} I -lc~ -Pensions-:`; Fo2 Foote, George H. THE PRESIDENT'S STAKE IN PENSION PLANNING, by George H. Foote and David J. McLaughlin Harvard Business Rev. 43 (No. 5) 91-106 (Sept.-Oct. 1965) --., ..;---w-M.a.,.v.W. 0 4 0 0 n :o 1 4 3 9 %
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50334 2982 I X-RAY EMISSION AND ABSORPTION EDGE WAVELENGTHS AND • IiQ'I'ERCHANGE S YI'NGS FOR LIr GEARED CURVED CRYSTAL PECTROMETERS by E. W. White, The Materials Research Laboratory and the Materials Science Department G. G. Johnson, Jr., The Materials Research Laboratory and the Computer Science Depar/tment Earth and Mineral Sciences Experirrent Stati PENNSYLVANIA STATE UNIVERSITYVwAVELENGTH TAELES Special Publication No. 1-70 Address Inquires to: he , e 's V~fii.~~tAt0:~'~fJ4jI~~r~~.#iY~ 0 4 0 0 0 ~ ~ ini~er~ty~Park, Pennsylvania Room 8 Mineral Sciences Building Earth d Mineral Sciences Experiment Station
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. r 50334 2985) ~ r ic ~,........~-...~ ~ 1968 SAW"04•FZ,T,F-E iti I-CaDS CO2mpz2xCE, Pesu~y1waaita Stcta Unfvcsvoity, i:arch 18-21, 1968, Prcr.ao3ding,s 196& 220 Pa;eo nQ raanw/lVaaia Staeta U.aivar&9ty Wversity raYA, Pennnylvania 0 4no0 0 1 4 3 a,s
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i I , .. 50334 2998) TiaRTALITY ~ /SPtOKIPIG APIn IIEALTii/TOBACCO--S?,tOKING--IlrALTFl EFFECT/ PF.NSIONS/ 77 I Gr Great Britain Occupational Pensions Board SOCIAL SECURITY ACT 1973 Equal Sta. us , OccupatJQna1 ~cr~sion Schemes A report of the Occupational Pensions Board in accordance with Section 66 of the Social Securitv Act 1973 Presented to Parliament by thc Secretary of State for Social Services by Comumnnd of Hcr Majesty , AuSust 1976 for ~~~~~ and ~ ~ ~1..a~11eZ1 1n, O 4AAn Q' 4 3 98 LONDON ,~ 11 L• R Af A JESTY•S c-' n Trnw.., ',..~ ~--- -
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. , 50334 2999 SALARIES/P~t~SIQi1~ I MeA7-78 Perham, John C. ( Dun's Review, February 1978, p. 81+) S.P. EXECUTIVE PENSIONS: BIGGER'AND MUCH COSTLIER To overcome the federal ceiling on pensions, many corporations are offering their executives supplementary menefits at company expense. But are they telling stockholders? 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4399 ~
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, 3' QD ~ 501 ~ He 50334 30011 Cstalysis rcvLcws; edited by beins Hef.nomann. LoaJan, Edwird Arnolri; 2?ew York, 23.arc¢1 Dekker, 1958-C~oq 24 ^w. 0 - . -. . .. ' . . .; ',
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) / ~ ~~Q'-_~ 50334 3010 ' 400 A ACVAt1CL'S IN RLTUCQCYCLIC C'.l~;YSTRl', ed3.tcd by A. R. Iuxr_rit-zk;. v. 1963- Academic 1'ress NewYurk ~ .! . . ,. A 4 Q 0 n 0 l 1 4 4 U, 0
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i I 50334 3007 f ~.,. .. ...f..... .u.4s~-'~w~.i~ r...r .._r +.a.._.r.+ The 1, 2, 3- and 1, 2, 4-triazines, tetrazines, and pentazine:s tbyl John G. Erickson, Paul F. Wiley tand) V. P. Wystrach. New York, Interscience Publishers, 1956. 261 p. 24 cm. (The Chemistry of heterocyclic compounds; a series of monographs) 'Ponuzlne~. ~ Erickson, John Gerhard, 1917- QD 400 w 1. I7eterocyl[c compounds. 2. Nitrogen compounds. i. Title. 6c-10s2i 1 _...........:~-......-y~'sa....F.-...._...,~._...._.-..-.~-.-.--....~.~~_.~.ri^~ , j QD400.E7 13 Library of Congress ~ U 4 0 00.0 i 4 4 0 7
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50334 2995) I Hul i:~! ._. ...,5 r ~ ~1V: a IJaV~'..Jl. l J~. 1lJl?2tii«1.ia .~.L~ WSl~• t~ial "E4.J 3:i.~Unl" i,.^.lJit-S Of C1G~:00?. Getp]~:.s~~ ~+ J. c:'2AaUritQ:1p Vo Fo2.u^J.Rrs aBd '?• V,-FS©o LItl~ze-cin 2S 4t-i-92 d In rl=l{-uh . 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 :i 9, 5
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50334 2996 )- IIEART--DISEASES/ 1 0 77 II Ne-77 ANNALS OF TIIE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 147, Article 8 July 10, 1968 Pages 305-362 COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OY"ACQUIRED -- DYSFUNCTION INvSOG AND MAN Authors J.W. Buchanan, D.K. Detweiler, Robert L. Hamlin, Thomas Killip, H. L'uginbuhl, D.F. Patterson;T,~:Q'~ie~R: Peniinge~C. Roger Smith, Bernard M. Wagner. Editor-in-Chief • ~ Edward M. Weyer Q 4 Q 0 n 0 1 4 3 9 6
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, t . 1... ,503,3q. 299.4 ) 3) 3?i-37 ~7 ~ s y RESE RCH PAPERS •` A 0 VI Re -81 S.P. 9 ~ 7Survey of Fluid and Nonfat Dry Milks for N-Nitrosamines' ;= = '; ~ i l a ~~ ~ r ~ a - L. LAK RITZ and'~s"~~/S~B.i v, Eastern Regional Research Centcr' (n/C~ (cOSoI S 8 ABSTRACT A limited survey of milk and dairy products w.ts undertaken to detcrmine the presence of volatile N-nitrus•rmincs, a class of compounds carcinugcnic to a broad range of animal species. Nitrusa- mines were detected and quantitated by a gas liquid chromatograph i.nterfaced with a Thermal Energy Analyzer. Detectable N-nitrusudimcthylamine, the only nitrosa- mine found, ranked from .05 ppb for whole milk to .30 ppb for nonfat dry / tpjlkZ r,j~lo ~,1-ni~;osodime~laine ~-as~ l~ ~dtcc~l tr~ }aw~~nilk.' whcrcas 7l of 21 Philadetplna, PA 19118 unconfirmed nitrosamines in two of ten milk samples at 3.2 and 9.7 ppb (calculated as N-nitrosopyrrolidine). Nitrosamtnrs,particularly ND.11A, have been detected in trace quantitites in cheese, notably F:uropean products, where nitrrte is added to prcvent "latr blowing". In thc m:muf•acturc of (:uuda and Fdam cheescs the addition of 150 mg NaNI)3lliter of cheese milk is considered essential for effective inhibi- tion of Clostridia (5). Nitrosamincs in food have generated concern because this class of compounds is carcinogenic in tbroad range of animal species (10). Nitrosa- mines are formed principally by the rractiun of
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I 50334 3009 l ANALGESICS/PENTC%ARRITAL/PENTAZOCINV/LEA ;iING.;HiT3~lAN/ 3~ Drug Disc.rimina~ion STIMULANTS/AMPHI:TAMINES/?tESCALINE/SEROTONIN/ETHANOL/ DEPRESSANTS/CAWAT3IV0IDS; -. ` ,/ANTAGOyISTS/ NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ " PSYCHOPHAR.ti1ACOT.OGY/SENSORY DISCRIMINATION/PHAR'qACOLOGY/ and 1978 / . Ho State Dependent Learning ACADEMlC PRESS New York San Prancisco London A St.bstdiary of lfarcou.t B.acelovonovrch, Publis8ers_ - . -~ i EDITED BY BENG T. HO 4 Tum Reseerch 1r<rtiwte of Menmf Sciinca and The Univnsity of Team NeahA Science Cenur ar Nourron DANIEL W. RICHARDS, III ffoWtton Community Collqe DOUGLAS L. CHUTE 0 o n o 1 L a 4 Univcnlty of /lourtos Q 4 y : ii
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r, , JTHE CHEMISTRY OF HETEROCYCLIC COMPOUNDS A SERIES OF MONOGRAPHS) VA 3-7 ARNOLD WEISSBERGER and EDWARD C. TAYLOR Bdilort nn On We 1979 50334 3008 ~ HETERQCYCT.IC Cn*tPnTT'nS/ CH~MISTRY OF 2.3,T`RIAZINES AND l, 2 4 TRIAZINES, ETRAZINES, AND ,kNTAZINES17 Hans Neunhoeffer 1\TERSC(ENCE ® PUBLICATION TECHNISCHE HOCIISCHULE DARMSTADT . JOHN WILEY & SONS Paul F Wiley ~c- . r- % NEW YORK • CHICHESTER • BRISBANE • TORONTO THE UPJOHN COMPANY I 0400.0(l 1 4408
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! 50334 30141 ~ Pantd~e M~ tabo~i~lri. . ~ E01 Horecker, Bernard Leonard, 1911- 11~8~ Pentose metaboli.m in bacteria. New York, Wiley, t°19G31 10') p. Ulus. 20 cm. (CIf3A lectures in microbial biochemistry, 1. 13acterla--Physiology. 2. Pentose metabolism, i. Title Y QPS01.P3 i 1IG 1063 589.9 63-11436 Library of Congress ~' j7-11 . . . , . . . • . }. 0 4 0 0 (! ~~i 1 4 4 1.., 4
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i 50334 3015 t ~ So1 jH Horecker, Bernard Leonard, 191-1-- Pentose metabolism in bacteria. New York, Wiley, 19G? t°19G31 100 p. tilus. 20 cm. (CIBA lectures In microblal biochemistrS, 1962) 1. 13acterla-Fhysiology. 2. Pentose metabollsm. r. Title QP801.P37I1G 1963 589.9 G3-1113G $ Library of Congress o d a 0 0 -a 1 4 4 1 5
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f. . STIMULANTS/AMPHT:TAMINES/MESCALINE/SEROTONIN/ETIIANOL/ DEPRESSANTS/CAWABINOIDS,".-: ;/ANTAGONISTS/ ANALGFSICS/PENTOKARAITAL/PENTALOCINV/i.EA ING;HiiWAN/ RM Drug Discriminai'on 315 ~ .50334 3011 NICOTINE--PHARMACOLOGY/ `~ PSYCHOPHARIMACOLOGY/SF.NSORY DISCRIMINATION/P}IAR%tACOLOGY/ Ho . and $ State Dependent Learni4g ACADEMIC• PRESS New York San Francisco London •A Subsidiary of Harcouet BroceJovaaovicb. P+,blisken, •. .~- EDITED BY BENG T. HO Taan Baeascb Irotitrtt of Meetal Sciences and TMe University oj Texa: Hedtk Science Cauer at Ho4rtoA DANIEL W. RICHARDS, Iii Horrtoe CotnmanUy CollKe DOUGLAS L. CHUTE . Uttirsrtlty ojlloustoll
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11 1 r ._ w 50334 3002 -:.Yr.•..:...:::.~s..a..r. ~.~ PB 259 301 "IVRe2=77'j S.P. 4. Tie(e nnd SYSNAe -----•• ~_ • - . . The Physiological and Toxicological Consequences of Smoke !. RePorr U.tt f P i l b i M P C i l r~ 7 1975 om on o ymer a ter a roduced During the ust o c s ~ ~. AYfAOr(, I.N. Ein}lorn, S.C. Packham, M.L. Grunnet,`iMR;]" ~. {Pfr!ofnltn( olRlnl.eSil`r. Rfy{. w•. UTFC 75-CGq 9. Pedorsios Or$.nis.uoo V.nu ood Addro. 10. Prolea/TaakrTor4 Unu Vo. University of Utah FF.C/UJ-45 Flancability Research Center n. c.nr...r"G..nr 1:.. Salt Lake City, Utah 84112 1L Spon.orinS Orpma.rfan N..e nnd Addre.o 1L Type o! Rrport a Perrod Research Applied to National heeds (RANY) e"efed ;ational Science Foundaticn aashington, D.C. 20550 1~ 1s. sYppl..e.r.rr n.ree Presented at 33rd Annual Technical Conference (ANTEC) of tne. Society of Plastic Engineers, Atlanta, Georgia, May 5-8, 1975. u'Ab"rn"' The physiological and toxicological consequences of smoke produced during the combustion of natural and synthetic materials are discussed. The basic issue is one of establishing a meaningful scale of relative toxicity associated with the combustion of materials. The advantages of a behavioral endpoint, such as time-to-incapacitation, is Lmphasized. Several examples of experiments conducted using such an endpoint are present- ed. The following steps should be taken to facilitate rank ordering of raterials by virtue of their toxicity: (1) The mode of ccmbustion should be well-defined and should stimulate use conditions; (2) The test environment should be sampled for the identifica- tion, characterization, and quantification of volatiles, aerosols, particulates, and residues produced during thermal degradation; (3) The physiological and toxicological evaluation of response to the test environment should include behavioral assessr.lent, gross physiological evaluation, in-depth physiological monitoring of vital functions, blood gas analysis, and pathological evaluation of early dysfunction and late-developing sequelae: and W The quality of long-term survival for surviving test animals should be as~s _esced._ o 4 a 0 0 0 t 4 4 0'2,• ~ - . - Itl
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.50334 3005) 76 III Rei 76 P S . . MAXIMUMS OF THE HEAT•OF~ADSnRPTION AT COMPLETE CAPILLAR A. A. ISIRIKYAN AND A.V. KISELEV U ailmun:s of the heat of adsorption at complete capillary Fcor.der.sation of vapors. A. A. f~irik.•an V: Kscelev (M. V. Lomonosov ta e,:3:v."'~;~i oscow). Dok_- lady ikod. i~a:~k S.S.S. R. 110L 1009-12(19:;fi); cf. Dcc~e, ' Tar'~1 ~7; ~i~Tf =Tl:e`trlns:lia:r offiighly porous ad- sorbents to a nonporous material of the same chem. compn. (SiOr gels and Si0= glass) is particul:vly important for the adsorption mechanism and the capil!ary condensation of CH,0If, butane, N=, or hydrocarbons, because near the compl:te filling of the capillary channels the difierential . heat of adsort:tion shows a distinct max. These efTccts werc' measured by calurimetry with high precision, peiiflnc N$pors adsorbed on Si0= gels of deLncd pore sizes beii:g used. The caloric effects as a function of p/p. (p, = the satn. pressure) shows s flat max. for fine-porous gel between p/P, = 0.4 to 0.7, whereas for n%vide-porous gel it was at about 0.95. By a reduction of the pore diam. from 100 to 20A. the dif- ' ferential heats of adsorption are increased by about 40%, and the diffurences Q. - L(L = the heat of condensation) is increased by 300 to •100%. The entire adsorption process• can be distinguished in 3 steps: (1) the pitrcly adsorptive process until the hysteresis of de^urptiun is ohservetl; (2) capillary condensation in the hysteresis field; (3) arc. of the complete cripillary condensa•tiun without any hyste:csis. W. I'site{ 404 0 O-r 44 Q5 `• 6+,~i 1~OIM .__._ . .r,.~~...`.... Doklady Ahad. Nauk S.S.S.R. 110(6)1009-1012(1956) . ~ ONDENSATION OF APORS
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50334 3022 ASM E_NGI_NE_E_RI_NG___-HANDBOCLC/__ TN worldwide Guide to Equivalent Am' Nonferrous Metals and Alloys 1980 ARCHER ~ Paul M. Unterwelser Staff Editor Manager, Publications Development ..1Aarilyrt. P.e.ntentk"`;'% Project Coordinator AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS METALS PARK, OHIO 44073 3z I "7u,,-L.:..~'- ~ ..C~ ~ 0 40 ooo ~ 442
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! r 5033 4 300 w ~ 0 75 III _Re3-;7,6:--Gombus>s: .F~atne:'1.1;(4)329~338(19 6f)':'}'~ • • • .~ ' . . . . .... . • . • . .. . ... • . . .. 1 r THE VENTING (?F. -PENTANE' VAPOUR-AIR EXPLnSI4NS • IN A LARGE VESSEL ... .:;. . . . . . . .. ,...• .. - ., G. F. P. HARRIS •AND P. G. BRISCOE . •. . :. . .-s• •t ~t:;,-:. . , .. .. . . ...... , i.C.I. Ltd, Dyestuffs Division, Blackley, Manchester 9 ' Experiments have been carried out on the venting of pentane vapour-air explosions in a 60 ft' vessel. The effects of bursting disc operating pressure and vent size.were invcsti~ated for both stationary and turbulent gas mixtures. ' For the turbulent ntixtures experiments were also carried out on the ef?ect of degree of turbulence on maximum explosion pressure. It was found that turbulence had a profound effect on maximum explosion pressure. In explosions of stationary gas mixtures the bursting of the disc itself caused turbulence and affected the maximum explosion pressure for a given'vent size, while for explosions of gas mixtures which were turbulcnt initially, pr;ssure increased with increase in degree of turbulence. Fo: the smaller vent sizes explosion pressure reached a maximum value with iruxease in degree of turbufence, but this maximum was not reached for the larger vents with the existino equipmenL The operating pressure of the bursting discs was found to vary with rate of application of pressure, and under . explosion conditions all the discs used burst at a higher pressure than their static rating. ~ l'trtroduction fl,ammable mixture is increased, the time av3il- 'Rit¢~n~nQr nyrne hn rne»ltr nP a+r. +n4•+a -•-r• n1~1~ t.. .i:...{,n..... ~1.P t+n~ n 10PC R11r/~1\(111 ~11P VP,1t u q" d 0 0 t 4 4 0 4 I t
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7~1~ R~a-775p. "PEOPLE" R. J. Reynolds Tobacco.Co. Publication 50334 3023, 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 42 3
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50334 3021 STEEL ALLOYS/IRON/ ASM ENGINEERING HANDBOOK/ TN !":or idwide Guide to------ ---- 707 Equivalent Irons and Steels Am 1979 Paul M.Unterweiser Staff Editor ARCHER Manager, Publications Development Marllyn Pentenlc: ;~ Project Coordinator ® AMERICAN SOCIETY FOR METALS METALS PARK, OHIO 44073, ~ 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 4 2 1
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i t 50334 3013~~ 'u~K~-wd..a Pentuse- Phpsphate cycle, ~~.~7. ta:;~ ;.,t ,:.. . . .w~~ _ . ,' . .. ...r Florki.n, rJarcei COMP.'LY.A'1'I'4'F P.IOC;3LMISTRY, edited by Marcel Blorkin and tio-aard S. Mason. v. 1960- Acade:nic Press New York Conter.ts - See main entry. 0 40 0 0 ..4 1 4 4 1 3
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i , . 50334 3000 = _...i'~...._~.,~:.......:-.~.:.:`.:..:.,:;~::u:.._..y.z__....._.~....~....... ........ --- -- ..r. a::a~- _...~, ~ xx ~ St3 .AWJ1_XIDI2KD~AAifjY' ~''GT~, i , _._ ~ (1969) 5tawk, AND h-?3JZT-1-Ea- 3-0S v 0't:ivvT2:::I) lltilI`.Y t'Y W. :;tcrk, J. V. L'r+lth and D. A. ForFs Ja:ax. Pairy P.esear.ch 34 (No. 2) ~. 123"12S (June 14.967) 1 ~ 0 4 0 0 ~ p f 4 4 0 0
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1 50334 3017 ~ LABOR RF.i,ATT(1NS/T(1RAt^C(1--*4A'~'iTFA(:Ti1QE iF TRA?1P.--rt>I,(:R.1T4/ 78 VITI Pe Petrova, A.; F",fftt"~WWW4WW *(no affil.)* RJR CLASS NO. PA`iPH1.ET 78 CII7 Pe SOCIAL-PSYCHOLOGICAL ASPECTS IN THEVIANAGEriENT OF THE CIGARETTE FACTORY IN SOFIA. *(Szocialpszichologiai szempontok a Szofiai Cigarettagyar vezeteseben.)* Elelmez. Ipar 32 (No. 4) 153-57.(1978) (in Bulgarian - with English abstr.) Reconstruction required by technical development and formation of social-psychological atmosphere in -~ the Cigarette Factory in Sofia are dealt with. The I way for creating good working climate is shown and the high production results consequential to this are discussed_~..____ ___ _-- _---- --- -^ _ I 0 4 0 0A 0 1 4 4 1 7
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, 50.3 34 301 r BLAGI:3ERRIES /DEk'BERRIES / ItA.SP1icP.RIES Ii3LCEBERRIES J CRANBERRIES /IJUP.B.ANTS / • xC HeF-C-22$-13 . ERIiIT--DISEASES !lldil FESTS--CJNT.~~.OL/ VLA;i':S---DISEA.:ES :,::D PESTS/ ~lgrsculturo )Ianrlboa,~CiVo.1.9 STF~At3liEt' ...•_ . .,..-, ~' ~' ~ :, i, d~ i yyl..r/ t~.~~ ~i:~~~ ~~ af , I . ,GRAPES AND OTIIER S.1I,4LL FRUITS UNTrED STATES DF.PART11E.r"T OF AG:L`CL'LTGP,E Agriculturai Research Service Market Quality Rtsearclz Dirision Z.2 November 1960 4pprtoerT for repriRti.no .11:: ii 1956 ,-..-~.•_.•.... .~ .... ~-~-..._..........__.. --<----- 0 4 0 0. 0 0 1 Lt John St. gaerey 4 4 1 y
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, 50334 3025] tlN 10l• ' St . . ~ z~. Stoppelman, Joseph tiVillpm Ferdinand. People of Mexico Ebyl Joseph 111. F. Stoppehnnn. New York, IJnstings House r1J661 xl, 211 p. Iltus., ports. 21 cm. 1. Ifexico--Deser. k tra..--1U;i1- 2 Aiexlco-Soc. 11Pk, & cust. t. Title. F1216.58 1966 (" :'~ 917.20382 G6-18:152 Library of Congress i07d5, a40 a0 0 1 4 4 2-.S
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r TP 370 Ry 1974 50334 30184 ~ Nard.irg Tmnptatiar~ and Storaga of , 'FRUITS AVD VCM AaIES , ~ , ~ Volume 2 ~ Fruits and Tree~lr'uts WESTPORT, CONNECTICUT THE AVI PUBlISMfaG COMPANY, INC. 1974 ay A. Lloyd Ryall, M.S. .e+~...._...+.~-...n..~....,.......r.•....r.~!..r„as-v...S.......~ . . . ^!e..^.rK'T U.S. Department ojAgriculture (Retired) Formerly, Chicf, Ilorticultural aops Rcscarch 13ranrh, Ap•icultural Research Scroicc and U.S. Department ujflgriculturo (Retired) Formerly, Directcu, Market Quality Research Division, Agricultural Research Sercice ~ ~y~'400n 0 1 ,44 1 _,8
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, 50334 3029 REF HA Wa 1975 and y . DAVID WALLECHINSKY , IRVING WALLACE "The exact contrary of what is generally believed is of ten the truth." . .,z..... ~ JEAN DE LA BRUYERE ( 164 S-16q6 ) DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC. t Carden City, New York 1975 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 •4 4 2.9
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50334 30031 1 ~ ~ / O br. !. l/rar Mou Tran.frr. , Vct. 22. pp_ . 12! 129 t(~] t~Pcr~AmolPWiis Lid. 1979. Yrinral m CicaiLnui ,'n 0017•9)I0/79IOIC1-0121 50200,0 ~~ ~ ~" ~ 1_~ III Du -79 `S' ~ FILM BOILING OF FREON 113, NORMAL ENTANE,-:~ _ S'P' .2 CYCLOPEN'I'ANE AND 13ENZENE FROM CYLINDRICAL SURFACES -AT MO)~YRATE PRESSURES G. J. CAroNr:• and E. L. PARK, JR.t University of Mis~ouri-Rolla, Rolla, MO 65401*, U.S.A. (Rcceired 15 July 1977 and in rcvised jorm 11 Afay 1978) ~` Abstract-An investigalion of film boiling heat transfer in saturated pools of liquid Freon 113, normal pentane, cyclopentane and benzene was conductcd. The fluids wcre boiled from cop~r, cylindrical heat- transfer surfaees 0.0762m (3 in) long, and 0.01397, 0.01905 and 0.0254 m(0.55, 0.75 and 1.0 in) in diameter. The data covers a moderate range of pressures up to 1.67 (10)" N/rn= (242.5 psia). The experimental data arc cotnparcd with existing film boiling correlations. The existing film boiling correlations were found to be inadequate in predicting hcat-transfer coefficients for the conditions of this investigation. NOwtIiNCLA1-URE sat, refers to saturation conditions; Cv, heat capacity[J/g K(Btu/Ib °F)] sur, refers to hcat-transfcr surface; D, diameter [m (ft)]; a, refers to vapor. F:' KtlP.,(Pr`P.)9).lATR. [3j/m7s`K (Btu4/ft7h`°F)]; ' F. Kv Pr(Pr-P.)91.'/AT/r„ 1MRODUCi70SV O O[Jhm7Y. (I~tu`/j~h`)];0 3 IrJVCS~'lcAnoN of film boiling of cryogens carried g, acceler. lon aue to gravt y out by the authors [1-5] indicate that the commonly
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, , I ] I ! Papua. v r~ i r:~Maare;Schis~i~zoz, " *1~'~rf4;<: ,,. Colloquiuln on Technical Preconditions for Itetrieval Cen- ter Operutions, !'hiludcl1,hia, iW.i. Colloquium oil'1'echnical Preconditions for Retrieval Cen- ter Operations; tProceedingsl edited by lienjaiuin F. Cheyd- leur. Washington. Spartan Books, 1965. vi, 1543 p. ilius. 2.1 cm. Cover title: Technical preconditions for retrieval center operations. •'Sh^nsored by the : peciol Interest Group on Information Re;ri.rral of ACM and the Moore School of Faectrical l:ngineet•ing, L'niversits of I'ennsylvania." Includes bibliographies. 1. Information storage and retrieval syste,us-Cont;resses. 2. In- formation sercin•s-Conl-re:ses. r. Cheydicur. Reujawin )•'., ed. it. Association for Computin~- Machinery. Special Interest Group on In- formation Retrieval. in. Pennsylvania. University. lioorr School uf I•;leclrical I•]ngineeringr iv.'1'itle: Technical pre- conditions for retrieval center operation9. 7G99.U38 1:1G t ~~ 029.7 G5-1~J74-] Library of Congress ti-1j ,. r. ~l 4 t1 Q tt .~ 1~ 3 9!.,- 0
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, t 50334 3016~ . r N 7.9._III Le2 Britunungsreaktioncn von Pentosen mit Aminen Uniersuchtmg zur 1Vtaillard-Reaktioa, XIII Ilj Franz Ledl und Thcodor Sevcrin lastitut fiir PturmaAe, t'harmazcutische Arzneimittellehre und Lebensmittelchemit der Univenitat Munctxn, Sophienctr. to, D-80W0 Miinct:en 2. t3undesrepublik Deutschland Z. L.ebenrm. Utx~ts. Forsch. 193. 1-4 (t9T9) .. . . Bross•ning Reactious f}~'entoses with Aminec. intcstigatiun of thc. laillard Reaction XIII Summary. When pentoses are heated in water with amino acids. or rrimctry or .ecomJary amines (neutral conditions) a complex reaction-mixture is otitaitted. rrom the low mulcctilar wcicht cum f+oundsa-hydroxy- S-meth}•I-2.3-dih%drofurant-3-one can be isolated. This meth.lcne-actis•c compound reacts further with aldehydes and kctoncs tu give coloured substances e.g. those ul•.tructures 3.6 and 9. 0 4 n 0 0 0 t 4 4 LiA, Ge44na.,.., ` : ... ,, ~N , ... :•;;...,.•. , :.;.:.,;,.'.. . , . • ' . . ....._......:_::....:,..._ _::.::,': . . ZdHCMA~ ~ur ' L tnt::Y^: Uchung • lA'td- ct~T'r,.mung 'J). F. Ba_gmann Vcrta= t979 Weitere Versuche zcigtten. daB die Aminosaure Glycin gleichartig reagiert. Kocht man Xyloce mit Glycin in Was.er, so ist durch chromatograrhischcs Vcrfahrcn 1- Carboxymethyl-3-form% I-ryrrol (?cJ bowie die orange- farbcne Verhindung 3c iwlicrbar. • / \ OHC X 2o-c • 6 HO ~O ~ O H3C O H • 3c-c
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11 , ,.r .. 74 XI Du ;_~.--------------- _ 50334 3027 T. ~ ._ . P•JR CLASS NO.YA.*iPHLET 74 XI Du Duffin, A. N. (Tobacco Inst.,'aashinoton, D. C., U. S.) , YT~~~~'~~~ Jourual 1974, p. 11 (Sept. 4, 1974)(in English) *1974, No. 17, y 7147* *d* Tobacco economics:
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50334 3020 ~ Ti 1 -Iunc^o Pf, a?. S. rr'•.l.. ,..1.;i,~. C +~r,., ~.,, ~-::..+ ~•.+ ~~.a~l•_tf~ s _ ~i~ 1 ,~?.% I. ~ l~.. ~U ~lii t 1=r..1,.~.. • l'~ '+.r~1 ~V3i•~. F-I.CY>,Y. eDc.t vy T3.:n:~s~ t'i.ni .L.{}slJA C'ill.•. ;j.~J7 f.::2 7.'iv:1 iiilt'- . . . . . .. . ~ . . . . _ . 'f~i . . :~ o U 4 0 0 n 0 1 44
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S3 189 Na 1975 2c. 50334 3030 /AGF,ft;(!';:1'I1R1's/ hC:?ONOMY/ 1s09'A"rf/ CEi:ETIC",/PL!'.tiT---:e~Ri:Ei)Ii~i;/ /FLAI:T---PNI'SIOLOCI'/ itICr/ GTtiFAT/ CORN/ (:FFcEALS/ 'T 4-,\,NT STU7, 1141 in the BUC- -"F.-C-51' I~P~~~:~~~- A Trip Report of the A~ nicritc-an Plant Studies Delegation buumit!ec! to tile Con.imittce on Scholrirly Commi.1nicalion with the People's Republic of China 1 i NAT'IUI~'AL ACADEMY OF SCIENCLS 4W Washington, D.C. 1975 0 4 0 0 a 0 1 4 4 3 0
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50334 3037 _ . , TF.LEMETRY / III Du2 77 S.P. _ 0 N R Contract FINAL REPORT N00014-70-A-0266-0009 Principal Investigator Dept. of Physics and Astronomy University of 1r'yoming ~tratospheric ce Gas Measurements ra e .~ w ,/ NR 21 -173 December 1975 APP-2 04t~0n 0 1 443 7
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I , , ^ xY n1e. _ 6 - 7s what v ...ou ' should know ~ about American Spice Trade Association 50334 3038) . _, 0 4 0 0 0 0 f.-.4 4' 3 8
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J 50334 30321 ~.-`. . . . . . • '~ ~~/V.~~'~of~~ ~- N~ s V1 R~ 9 - 7~ s,~ •~~~7:3i~1 THERMOCIIEMISTRY OF N-NIWTRO- AND N-NITROSOAMINES DF TIiE A , ICYCLIC SFRIES 174 9-~. C 7 .--- ,. ) ~;3C, T=' S~epekln'4. Yu. N. Matyushln, and• Yu. A. Lebedcv UDC 541.11: 54 7.416 The thermochemistry of acyclic N-nitro- and N-nitrosoamines has been investigated In (1-41. Cal- ;ulatlons of the energies of dissociation of the nitrogen-nitrogen bond show that in allphaticN-nitro- imines the energy of this bond depends little on substituents in the hydrocarbon chain and Is 40-42 kcal fmolc. In this case the contribution of the N-NOi group to the thermochemical characteristics of the -ompounds Is additive. In contrast to N-nitroamines, the energies of the nitrogen-nitrogen bond tn alt- :)I:aticN-nitrosoamines vary In the range 40-55 kcal/mole, depending on the clectronegativlty of the sub- -~~~••....• emina nitrna(!n atom. 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 43 2
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f , t 3 3 I 4 C 3 I . . .a 50334 3034, 1. REPORT NUMBER 2. GOVT ACCESSION NO. 2.~RECIPIENT'S CATALOG NUMBER Grt-34 GM-34 4. TITLE (end Subtitle) S. TYPE OF REPORT S PERIOD COVERED ,~?.~',wy-!7 Global Monitoring of Stratospheric /4 Aerosol, Ozone and Water Vapor Final Report Final Report 6. PERFORMING ORG. REPORT NUMBER 7. AUTHOR(s) 6. CONTRACT OR GRANT NUMBER(e) NOOC14-70-A-0266-0005 ~ D. J. Hofmann, J. M. Rosen,..T::;:J_,.~Pep.in,~ 9. PERFORMING ORGANIZATION NAME AND ADDRESS 10. PROGRAM ELEMENT. PROJECT. TASK AREA A WORK UNIT NUMBERS Department of Physics and Astronomy, Box 3905 (Atmospheric Physics) University of Wyoming, r m i e W'om i n 82071 11. CONTROLLING OFFICE NAME AND ADDRESS 12. REPORT DATE Office of Naval Research Se ptember. 195 Code 465-Sm i th 13. MUMBER OF PAGES 800 W. Quincy St., Arlington, VA 22217 5 14. MONITORING AGENCY NAME 6 ADDRESS(I( d/ffetent from ControlJ/n` Off/ee) IS. SECURITY CLASS. (of thle e.pott) Unclassified $ame4 n Q ,~ ^ , 4 /Q -r ~ U „ `) r ~/ J 50. DECLASSIFICATION DOWNGRADING tCHECULE -+ a
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, I t 50334 3045~ SB 305 Wo 1971 DISSERTAT'IQNS--MICHIGAN STATE UNIYERSITY/ PEPPER/PAPRIKA/FOOD--COLORS/ DEVELOPINO INCREASED COLOR IN PAPRIKA PEPPER (CAPSICUN ANNUUM L.) By temodu Worku A THESIS Submitted to Miohigan State University partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree of DOCTOR OP PHILOSOPHY Department of Horticulture
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1 . 0 50334 3035 ~ . -i _ .6 ... - - Influence of the Tropopause Height on the Global Stratospheric Aerosol sP Z Burden and Implications for the Recent Increase in Ozone D. J. HOFldANNr J. M. ROSEN AND ~`seiur DcOI. of Physks ard .tstraioury, tlnircrsity of l t'yusriat, Lararuic 82071 14 December 1973 and 21 June 1974 ~~ ABSTRACT Seasonal tropopause height variations are utilized In studying the global stratospheric aerosol burden and possible ozone asymmetries and long-term variations. It is concluded that an intimate relationship between tropopause height and total stratos;,heric aerosol exists and that seasonal fluctuations in tropo- pause height may be responsible for at least a portion of the north-south hemisphere total ozone asymmetry and the recent long-term increase trend in total ozone. Although one of the most characteristic signatures of the last iS years may be connected with an apparent a temperature sounding of the lower atmosphere corresponding increase in stratospheric water vapor. It (<30 kml is the ecncrallv abruot brcak in the ncrativc is the nurnoce of this note to_point out the additional 0 4 a Q fl 0 l 4 4 3 5 3
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r- a 0 M ~ ~ M 0 ~ ..j CLITTON/KENAF/OKRA/NUTPtE,G/CLOVES/pi.tr.ento/GIJAVA/FY•AVICAI'YA:?ASSIt)N FRUl'i j PASSION FRUIT/PEPPER/SESAME/LIME/COFFEE/..EMON/GRAPEFRUIT/ORANGE/TO`4AT0/ EGG-PLA"iT/POTATO/CQLa,t NITIDA:KOLA/COCOA/TEA/JUTE/RAM_I_E/CALA3ASi1/POitEGRAi1AI'E/ TOBACCO--BOTA:yY/COCA/ QK 495 Pu • 1968 '2 C: UTROPICAL CROPS Dicot~j~edons 2 t J. W. PURSEGLOVE Professor of Botany and Plant Pathology University of the West Indies Trinidad JOHN WILEY AND SONS, INC. NEW YORK fr A 4-1/y~,c l: 2, ~.Y0,,~ i . (r,tti~k)
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50334 3048 1 Paper 80-61.1 to be presented at the Air Pollution Control Associatior, 73rd Annual Meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, June 22-27, 1980 II MeA -80 S.P. 1 THE IMPACT OF REDUCED VENTILATION ON INDOOR AIR QUALITY IN RESIDENTIAL.BUILDINGS James V. Berk, Craig• 0. Hollowell, r; ~ and Rodger A. Young March 1980 University of California, Lawrence Berkeley Laborati ' Energy and Environment Division Prepared for the U.S. Cepartment of Energy under Contract W-7405-ENG-48 $ Qqoo~a~44 4
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, t 50334 30261 . 73 XI Fo1 76 RJR CLASS 110. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fol-76 a.p. ; S•P• Isperial Tobacco, Great Britain t r• cco Itiiperial Tobacco, News Release,.Gt. Brit. (1976) (in English) I *Abstr. in: Daily Telegraph 1976, p. not given (Apr. S, 1976) * , J/ltut nvrrnll 141r Pilis hi•licvr•s, Govcrnmcnt• ~ aclion pcrmitting,•lmhcrial is on cotn•sc to pro- ~ ducc a prorilS brcaLthrouCh *ncxt year.. " We ~ arc alrrad.v in a prrlty aain situatinn. ,\S'c are lairly liquid, ccrlainlyd compared with whn wn acrc a ycar al;n and 1S 1nnR ac wc sit Grmlv and lcrrp Ihc lid nn 1hr, krltlr, and rlnn't aflow wild cxtrava,anccs wc nutht by 7977 to be in a vcry luncprrous situa lion."~ 0 4 A 0 0.0 1 4 4.2 6
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, CSS::i`r •;.:) .uVJ ~..a. ......1l. .,,- . ~: . . S X MeC--D-303-73 T13E VOLATII.i: CGMI.'GS1T?n:! GI' 131.ACl:: ~ Industr. A1iTd. hgr. (i9'.2) h9 (Y) J•'+7-51, I.es const'ituar t-s voiutil-s clu i)Qivre r~~oil, giish 1'rCticu t,:itti Eh ~ par H. Nl.I RICHARD . t SUMMARY The vo(atite composition of black per- per, - Piper nigrb.n •, has been studicd by research workers for a lon9 timo. Owing to mo:{arn tachnics of sopara- tion and analysis (gas chromatography, LR., U.V., n\SFi, mass spectra) around fifty compounds couid be characterized. Most of thcm are terpenes and terpenes derivatives, nono ot wh7ch pnssesses'a characteristic r~ote, of popper. • - -Y. •,.r•..~....,_ :rl.~-• .. . . . . .. - `~: -. - summary) . b40Q0Q t A 4 4 3
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DrF,Roco I~'FrErF~'~`dl:~~~1~f~L~ '~~`dl:~~~1~f~L~ MID, iI-17-Iti":'tTOL. (Pc,apamint and Menthol.) 133 p. FTolzwinder., :;1?itzerlr,nd Q A~I 0 0 0 1 4 4 S._,: 4 .50334 30541
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, t 50334 3049~ . . .. i_.._.~.r.MLM..~...r. _f1+4: ....w..w~w •.J..Ls 73 X Li ST',OKING HABITS--•PSYCHOLOGICAL MOTIVATION/ 1 RJR CLASS 1:0. PA*iPHLET 73 X Lil Lindenthal, J. J. ; Myers, J. K. ; PWppa:vvdWm0-.•x•:=- (T.ut£ers Univ., Dep. Sociol., New Brunswick, N. J.; Yale Univ., Dep. Sociol., New Haven, Conn.; Saint Louis Univ., Dep. Community Med., Saint Louis, Mo., U. S.) S,`fOKING, PSYCHOLOGICAL STATUS AND STRESS. Soc. Sci. Med. 6 (No. 5) 583-91 (1972) (in English) *1973, No. 4, W 1175* *lm* Tobacco medicine: - 0 w.~.a..r...~....._..~r._.~.~..~.....~.. .-...~- ._~---^^....~.........._.- - -....p.--e.~-. ~ . . -.-.-.....+.-r+ . ..~-. ..~- _ ~.....~-..~.. •- 0 4 0 0 0 0. 1_4 4 4 9
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r r ; 50334 3028~ TOBACCO--HISTORY--CANADA/ .. . I . i ' .V. •9" .i;1 ... j;- 1. •%• _ RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET ~78 ~ XI De I D 78 • e ~. • _ .. X : *(no affil.)*. , Y'' PEOPLE IN THE TOBACCO BELT Ottawa: National_Museum Man Mercury Series, Canadian Centre Folk Culture Studied Paper No. 13, 277 p. (1975) (in English) *Abstr. (Book review) in: Jour. Amer. Folklo 91 (No: 359).950-52 (1978)0 - - --, ~ . . .< . : . . . - . _. People in the Tobacco srL~...~ Belt • T'our Lives resents the ta e-recorded transcri ts of interviews with four p p. P ~ Hungarian-Canadian couples currently (as of 1972) living in southwestern Ontario. ~' These texts, as Degh stresses, "are unedited and follow the originals exactly. I ' transcribed the tapcs and translated them as faithfully from the original Hungarian as 1 possible retaining the original tone awkwardness and ramblings of the narrators? I • ~ - . . . . . _
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50334 3024 XI q~y`~~~~ C ~p ~o~,~ifiMS.~,.O1TG~iiLL~iiLn?~yp~ i1C 1',1-V•li~-~JVlll.1~7<e`~n" Mia ~`dA "iD c i ~ . '.'. .~ . , . ... ar•r`, 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 2 4
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( ..Un,iversity of. Geors;ta, . . . _ . ; .; _ . . <^" ~'-j •--_ -Colle,-e of Agriculture •. , Coopernttve Fxtensinn Sc'rvAce' • bbwtrgap& mq,.J50immm a 50334 3050 ! : E J xt. ; .: Leaflet Coup. . ~~~ , _ . .. . Serv. Univ. Ga.'=Co2I. Agr..-7i(Pev:)5 p. . M~ lfeF-QEa30-75 0.400t10 1 4 450 (1974).
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i r / 50334 3052 76 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ PLANTS, AROMATIC/ II R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research & Product Development Departments, Re2 Science Information Division S'P' FLAVORANT CHEMISTRY OF PLANTS.: A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL ('Leffingwell Pamphle (Includes articles on chemical composition of essential oils of Roses, Geraniums, Rhubarb, Basil, Peppers, Peppermint;jetc.) Aw Maq, 1976 ' Winston-Salem, N. C. N. . 0 4 4 0 A Q 1 4 4 5 2
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. . aF' 50334 3044) 001t,k, tb- . ~v~LO Q . IM, 2- C~ 11'1-IaZ (.IR1 INSECT1CyDE TESTS IN LA~ ORATORY AND CIELD AGAINST TtI E~dEPPER 1S'EEV I L,VINTIIONOAI US F'UCl:iV/l CA1CU 78 II Ro L. H. Rolston Dept. Entomology, Louisiaha State Univ. Baton Rougc, Louisiana 70803 ABSTRACT Ih' Residues of` several insecticides were effective against the adult pe; ;•Cr weevil in the laboratory. Carbaryl controlled an infestation in the field. .y ~ -_ . . Y t ,;. . Y' Q. q-~ p<t~ t~ i q 4.4 4
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,503314 3042 I Y.X MeF-D-303-73 par H. M. J. RICHARD ("l Industr. Alim. Agr. 89(2)109-119 (1972) ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS--PLANTS/ COrsPARISON OF COMPOSITION OF VOLATILE CO.vSTITLFyTS OF SEVERAL VARIETIES OF 13LP.CY. T.~~P~~e- Etude '0. . comparative sur la composition on consiituants volatils de plusieurs varietes SUMMARY A qualitative and ctuantitative dctor• ia;nation of the volatilo consti:uents of b1;.;,:: pc;.pcr (°:pcr r,i;,r&;ra) ,ctr- ried out by gas chromatograph,ie techni- ques using two devices connectrd In series and an integrator. The results of !ho'analys:s were,handled by computer analysis. . • . de poivre noir _, . (in French with English summary)
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i . 50334 3036 ~ 9-,?S) Stratospheric Aerosol Measurements I: Time Variations I S. p, at Northern Midlatitudes ~ D. J. HoFStax., J.1t. Rost:x, T~*OD R. G. I'fxacr. Ikyartrncnl ef Phyrtcr mid d rtroneiay, Unitertity of 1P>wiat, l.ormuis dZt?'!0 (Manuscript received 13 September 1974, In revised taan 18 February t97S) ABSTRACT ?be results of otier 70 balloon soundings, by the University of 1rj.ming's Atmospheric Physics Group mostly during 1972 and 1973 from a number of stations, arc being au'iised in a study of the temporal and -spatial distribution of the global stratos;tberic aerosol. This paper dnls with the instrumentation, cali• bration, etc., and with the results of monthly soundings from the Laramie (31'\) station during the approximately two-year period o1 measurement. This period comprises an interval apparently free of major volcanic activity just prior to the extensive volcanic contnibutions to the stratospheric aerosol which occurred in late 1914. 7t thus may be compared to the pre-Agung era and is perhaps as dose to the socatted "natural stratospheric background conditions," if indeed such conditions ever exist, as vkiU L7;e1y be attained in the near futura A simple seasonal variation in the total stratospheric aerosol inadieg below about 20 km altitude domi- ` aates the temporal variation at Laramie, resulting in a maximum is winter and a minimum In summer. A high correlation with tropopause height is ob:erved. The seasonal sariation appears to be superimposod on a long-term variation, the nature oj which is unknown. Above 3Okm, no seasonal variation is evident, -A o,,,durtion nroccsses anocar to be nearly a eq~~iGbrium aith loss proeetsta. . .. . ~ 4 0-n n n i a. A v
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i a S xx aer-u-Y-6- 73 GLURtaA AGF:. EaP. STA. F.ES. REF'. 1972(No. 142) .Sept.7.971 50334 r!~ A Mechanical Ha4rvester for Pimiento R %-9 Ii. M. Fullilove & J. G. Futral* . V INTRODUCTION In 1950 there weie 32,000 acres of pimiento peppers . . ' . . . ~ . . grown in Georgia but the, acreage has now declined to less than 2000 acres (1) due to shortage of labor for harvestinc The value of this crop is reported to be in excess of $800,000 annually with the side benefit of generating more than two million dollars (2) in employment and services in the Griffin, Georgia area alone. l/ `0- 4'0 0 'n0 .1 4.46 ~
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4 50334 3040 Journot~Exp<.imcnlal Botoni,)!oL L.9 Ao. lll879-88CAugusl 1978) 76 II Re -79 S.P. -l " ' Ion Imbalance iiitapsicum anliilm scarbrous LZ'l))Il11IlI1L•es a Wilty Mutant oWepper ; a Received 18lanuary 1978 0 4 0 0 11. RUBIDIUM FLUX A. BENZIONI AND M. TAL Research and Dct•elopment A uthorit.t; Ben-Gurion Lniversity of the Ne8cv, Division oj.\'aturall'rodims, P.O.13ox 1025, Beer-Shera 84110, lsrael Root tips of t.tie w•ilty pepper mutant scarbrous diminutice accumulate less rubidium than those of the normal t:notype. This phenomenon was evident in root tips exciscd from plants maintained for 2 d in CaSO, solution (low salt plants). especiatly in the lower external concentration range (0• 1- 1•0 m%1) of RbCl. The cfllux ratc of Rb' from mutant root tips was twice as high as in normal root tips. These resu!ts indicatc that the ability of the mutant roots to absorb and accumulate Rb• and K• is imraired. Ws defect could be a consequence of either an impaired Na'/K' carricr system, or increased Ic.:kiness of mutant membranes, or both. The fact t*at the normal roots can accumulate Rb• much faster than mutant roots supports the first altcrnati. e, 'i.ea that thc hi h a(linity carrier system was impaired in the mutant roots. However, tn hi~ycr ci7ux 4te ~ R4~fro~ the mutant roots sugErsts that membrane leakiness was also JtnCCtc~. ' . _ . . , .. . . . r 4 . .. . . .
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/ 50334 3058 • IIalt. Soc. Chim. XR.MeF-ti-34u-76. Dr.lg. vot. 8•1/n' 3/1975 1G7- 177 . CONSTITUENTS OF~~" PART VI. THE OXYGENATED FRACTION OF PEPPER ESSENTIAL OIL. _ .7. Debrauwere and tt. Vcrzele, Laboratory of Organic Chemistry, State University of Gher.t, Kr•ijgsl•aan, 271 (S.4)',• II-9000 GENT (Belgium) . Received 6/2/75 - Accepted 27/2/75. • SUt•1MARY The oxygen containin, part of the•essential oil of black pepper.was re- 'solved into twenty-five fractions by preparative gas chromatography. Separa- tion of the major compounds of these fractions was carried out by preparative open tubular.column gas chromatography. The compounds were characterized by infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance, mass and ultraviolet spectroscopic stu- dies. Trace constituents were investigated by combined gas chromatography- mass spectrometry. Thirty-three compounds were identified,,of which only six have been reported previously as occurring in black pepper oil. Nine compounds have'to our knowledge never been found in natural products. IN RO UCTION o : • . . . o -i- ~ ~ U 'In a pr~ious pdper we"rep~rti the identification ofa number of roono
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503311 3059 ?3 =: Uc . ,r 1'ti'ew i-fe.,rbicices for Weed r-os-l:I•c;l Gc:::r~ ia AE5 f:cscarch i'.~rpor.t ;tur:a:er l5:;., 3-l0'(1973 A.N. Oempsey and 7.A. Fretz i ~ GeorF,ia Herbicides for Weed Control in I`eppers. Pirariento and bei 1•pepper awe important vc9e t7bl e cr ops .1fcr prc,ccssi ng ia Georgia. Piniierztos are ; roduced in the Georgia Piedmonfit and red bel l pepper production is concenLrated in the Flairsvil?e area of h;orth Geor- ~ gia (4). Weed control has been a rra.j-*or problem for pepper growers in the Georgia Piedaiont (1, 211 and i3lai*rsvillF area. ihf, vse of herbicides curr3ci revcrce the cost of E~roduct acn urid provi:le ::c~e;1 control durirIg the 0 4oA0 0 1 4 4 s9
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f 50334 3.051 L I 1 , RX ;cr-D -M-74 ~ BY R.S. FIt.RPER ~ ~ Cultivation and major diseases. palmi'iaral.tlhe,IllASt_cerin~~sdisP.as~affacisnn.~v~+presuttiy~tr.va,~!~-L~.in~-.:. . . . ,..,^~.^'- .~ R. S. Harper is in charge of Research and Develcpment in Indonesia for ICI Plant Protection Ltd. Ferrthurst: Surrey. England. During the course of evaluating fungicides against'pepper foot rot; he has been able to make a particular study of popper cultivation in all parts of Indonesia. Ho was previously resident in Thailand for ICI Plant Protection from 1969-72. of disease control methods in particular against pepper foot rot (Phytophthora Indor*sia was the lead:ng producer of pepper during the pre-war period, producing some 70% (58,330 metric tons)s of the world's pepper. Output declined during the Second World War as mostof the pepper plantings were destroyed or abandor.ed. With the steep increase in prices during the years irr,rnediately post-war, cultivation recovered and by 1957 had reached a total of 23,630 metric tons.' As world production increased, prices fell which led to a decline in production to 16.997 metric tons in 1970.14 placing Indonesia in third place as world producer behind Sarawak and India which produced 28.905 and 26.153 metric tons respectively in 1970.t+ Cesides fluctuation in price, several other factors are responsible for the decline in production, and rehabilitation of the industry is necessary in order to prevent pepper ct4tivation from falling to insignificant levels. A pepper Marketing Board was established in 1970 to .cont.rol and regulate exports. By buying direct from the farmers at guaranteed prices, it aims at releasing the farmer from the necessity of borrowing capit3l from brokers at high interest rates which is a characteristic feature of the traditional 'idjon' system. Intensification of research and extension services is also being encouraged to promote better cultivation practices and a better understanding . . ' . ~ . ._ ~ . . _ . ~ - . . _ ... . . ~ Y ' .. _ _ . ~ . . .. ~ . . . . ' . .
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/ 50334 306'41 'DISSERTATIOaS--TEXAS AbM UNIVITRRITY/PEPPERS/y FLAVORANTS--FOOD/ ~ 78-6804 t . TP 958 1NFF2UIN, Yelma Lynn, 1946- VOLATILE CO?!POtiEtITS At1D PUNGENCY IN FRESH RND PROCESSED JALAPE&1O PEPPERS , Hu (CAPSICUM iL'IEUM). 1977 I Texas AbH Unlveralty, Ph.D., 1977 . PDDL Food Technology i ~ University Microfilms Intemational, i .. a4A00 01 qqb4 w~---- ~~: ~ . - - _ . . . , ~
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E-q bp 1 0 U 0 0 d*.Q (.t2OTo *q •st vacoa, so t3xsv~s V) '= £Z •vnTTT 'd OOz (6S5i:) vtvos3var . •n •m 44.7.'3Tou1i.a3 '...l.Tas ddOhZZ ~.- ,:.~::~ : '( ssr :: £90E hE£OS .V. ~ . ~ .. ' . Y ~ . . . . ~ . o~.r~-,r~..a-.r~r.a.•~....-w_~.+r......;~~......~.~._.w-.-.~.._-_. . . . . ; . ..-: v .~.. ~y:.Y. _ . .f:. . . . -p' . . • ~ . . , . . _ r.. 1
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/ r DISSERTATIONS--TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY / - r 1 -81 76 II Re S.P. 2 ABSTRACT Norphological and Chemical Study of the Interlocualr Septa of Swee Bell and Pungent JalapenorPepperi ~ Barbara.Nagle-Rowland, B.S., Texas A3M University M.S., Texas AEM University Chairman of Advisory Committee: Dr. E. E. Burns Morphological, histological, and chemical analysis of the Interlocular septa of falapeho peppers and bell peppers were compared. Scanning electron, Drightfield, and transmission electron microscopic examinations of the interlocular septa showed little histological difference of the interlocular septa. .Glandular regions 0 4 4 0 0 0 1 4 4 6 7 , -- - - -" ~ 50334 3067 ) r
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/ ! / 50334 3056 .... ,._ _ .. _ - - - - ----------------- - ~ , I II Me2-81 S'Pe y`PEPPE~1~IN'~ND~SPEARMINT-,~S P , Plants, Bttreart of Plant Industry ... • lsrstvs !: snzvm, 8enlor Biacllcnt/st, OAtce o/ Drnp, Poisonow, ond Oa ~, t r W1. ,l ---:=,CONTaNZ'a Pan 1 and deicrlption ot mlot Planti_ 2 taral dtrectton------------ ----- a ~ ~ Pre~pir~atlonoft6i 6round ___~ T ~ PropaRatton and plantlos_---_- a i Cultl.atloa ~1`sets ___»_»__ 132 i ® 1"ap Dtatlllation of the ou--___-___-_w ls. Deacriptlon of 1s Operatton of .t11l. 20 Yield of oil __»------ »_»_ 22 D/aeasea and pests ---------- »- Production coats------------------ 24 Production and .onsumptlos of mint o1L 24 ~e - INTRODUCTION , ,~(~'~0 MMERCIAI. MINT CULTURE was introduced into the United '~.1 "Statea more than 100 years ~ngo, when it became established as an -4~.in Wayne County, N. Y. (Fig. 1.~ Both peppermint and t yield an essential oil which is t e principal marketable " _ although there is a limited use for the dried herb of pep- t. Spearmint has long been grown as a culinary herb~but ~~ ture~for this purpose is limited to the home garden. ep- 0 4 a V 0
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50334 3060(1p'' TP 370 Es - Peppe~.~~.~ [?r:'-s:Jau:;t3' VD..i.f.ts'FL ll-"..1::iV alS:L.•....n y:el+F~~^'.-.:.fV t~:1di+ ^ ' •~l r+r.rwnnn.~~+R+ Y• ~. .. ~ .,... ~-- r ~J 4 b U ~ 0 ~ 4 46 Q-
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, 50334 3055 js•P• ~u~Yerht~~~ce~n.~~~~r~lz~ln~ieal°~I~ara~ters 0 . ~- 1)erita - New Zealand Jour. Aer. Res. 16 (2) 181r84 (1 73) _•) Crop Research Division, DSIR, Private Bag, Christchurch, New Zealand ~ J. LAIU11tERINK AND T. D. R. MANNING Chemistry Division, DSIR, Private Bag, Petone, New Zealand (Received 27 September 1972) : . AasrRArr Four naturalised clones of peppermint (Mentha piperita L.) collected in the South laland were compared with the recently introduced Mitcham strain in a small Feid trial at Lincoln. There were minor differences within the group of local clones in shape of leaf and inflorescence, flowering time, and oil composition, but they diffcred substantially from the Mitcham strain in these characters. The local clones were earlier in flowering, and hi2her in percentages of limonenc, menthyl acetate, and terpencs eluting from the gas liquid chromatograph after menthyl acetate, and were lower in dry matter production and possibly in oil content. Because of the lower oil yield from the local clones, it is recommended that commercial peppermint cropping be restricted to the Mitcham strain.
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, i Yellow Po1yethN tcne Sheets/ vS. Cohen and S. Marco (2) >> Virulocists. ~;i_ts,Liborator~ A;ricultural Rcsearch Orv.tniiation. Th~~'ulcani,(_'c•ntcr;.l3Daean"; fsracl. Cuntribution ' from thcL'ilgriculturatl Rcscarch OrFani.eation. The Volcani Center, Bct Dagan, Israel. 1972 Scrics. No. 221d-E. The tcchnical assistance of Mrs. Rachel Joseph and Mr. K. Jol.ti is gratcfully acknowledbed. ABSTRACT .r, The spread of plant viruses in most crops cannot be controlted satisfactorily by using insecticides to kill the insect .ectors (1), Promising results %%ere obtained in prcventir.g the spread of stytet-borne viruses by spra% ing the plants with light oils (1). but repeated sprays and complete coverof the foliage were required to secure good results..ln addition, the oils caused some foliar damace. Another approach in the control of insect-transmitted viru•es wai. developed by utilizing the repellent effect of reflective surfaces to aphids. Thus. growing th: plants in an area rr.ulehcd with such surfaces greatly reduced the spread of aphid-transmitted viruses in the crop (3). Some of the limitations of this method are the need to cover most of tt:c soil area, and the loss of repellcncy which occurs when the surface is covered by the crop foliaee. In the work reported herein we tested the possibility of controlling the spread of aphid-transmitted viruses in The spread of aphid-transmiued viruses in pcppcrs was peppers (C'vpsirunrannuur,r L.) by the use of"color baits" rcdu.ed by uuntz sUckt shcets of %el!ow poh•ethytcne located based on the findinks that aphids are stronclvattract^d to ~ outside the fictd a ith the aim of trappine wineed anhids. in ti%e^„i~~ 5033y 3057 XX ):t.teF-D-303-73 Phytopathology 63(9) 1207--9(1973) In Feppcts by Traplrino the Aphids on Sticky Neducing the Snread of Aphid-Transm itted Viruses 0 4 00.0.4 1 4 4 s_7
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, 50334 3062 // ~ 71-29,428 i 4 I t =JJAYYON, Lawerence Wcndell, 19a1- CHAUC1£.RI?.ATIOtI OP SO-SE.WVOP. PRIHCIPLES or 7A8ASC0 CfCRS: ~ . North Ca_rolina State University at Ralaigh. Fb.D., 1470 Chemistry, biological I 1 446 2
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81 A~ d 76 II R el- ' bt)WCO 29odie Canada Thistlri !sy ltWpi E. rVYlesides and Arnold P. A~ IM'RODUCTION The production of peppermint on in Oregon is a multim0lion dollar indus- try. During 1976. Oregon produced 62%of the Uniled States' peppermint oit, a erop value for the state in excess of 33 million dollars (1). 7b maintain I4lA yidds and prevent the spread of veAic8lium wit Wngus, peppermint powers ia the Willamette Valley of Oregon have reduced or eliminatrd • 1 ---P ,VX ~ rk. C..d. iWsNe ts . sesians pioMhw irr w•csinw On90M lepperw+bXi JitJLs. Dom-co 2 M Ntrbicik se+lerrivclr cnwads C.w.da rbitde iw ptPpr.+wLu. Noa tnartl a.ra on j, lO. w&t.%VdcAerA ow Mw rjew. Nlye. Weed control in tbese non- cultivated peppermint fields depends heavily on berbicides. Herbicides rey- .ot stered for use in~,p~epp~e,r~m~iM reduces control Canada t/~~itR w~l~f.Y /iYucp peppermint oil yield and binden Imevest. We Inve reported previously (2) tbat DOWCOO 290 Herbicide (3.6-di- cl~oropioolinic acid), an experuneotal formulation from Dow Cbemical U.S.A.. is active in controlling Canada 503306 3053 ide for Selective Control of . .'!%' a• . ` ~~Z r~; Y ~ ~~ ; ~ . : 04 'rl.~*L ~ ~ -' ..:.. ~S `~ '' - r ~M ~ ~~+" . r~, h j ~. i ; -iT~~"f1.' 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 5 3
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50334 3069.I •* i XI Co1 77 S.P. U. S.) :. RJR CLASS 110. PAMPHLET XI Co1-77 s.p. *I . THIS IS REALLY HOT. - IiARV1:STINCVI'I:PPhRS: C., Reynolds, R. J. Ind., Inc., t:ews Release, Avoca Farns, lferry Hill, N. C. (1977) (in English) *Abstr. in: Richmond Times-Dispatc, 1977, p. E-12 (;far. 13, 1977)* When this cmploye of R.J. Reynolds Industries, Inc.'s 1 Avoca Farms at Merry Hi11, N.C., puts on the special ~ mask, it's pepper harvesting time. The mask is used to protect against the stinging fumes given off during the 1 harvesting of Bahamian chili peppers. The peppers are ~ sold to producers of spices and foods. ----------- k 0 4 A 0 0 0 1 4 4 6'9 .
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50334 1 / 3074) .RICE/SORGHUM/MILLET/MAIZE/BEANS/VEGETABLES/CASSAVA/SWEET POTATO/YAMS/TARO/ TOMATOES/PEPPERS/BANANAS/MANGOS/ORANGEICITRUS FRUITS/COCONUT/COFFEE/CACAO/ TEA/COTTON/JUTE/KENAE/.SPICES/SUGARCANfAUBBER/VANILLA/CARDAMOM/PEP.PERS/~ SB 111 Un 1974 ig e, UNITED NATIONS FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION, Rome, FAd Agricultural Studies HANDBOOK OF PLANT INTRODUCTION IN TROPICAL CROPS 4V Edited by J. LE6N No. 93 Plant Production an1 Protection Division FOOD AND AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION OF THE UNITED NATIONS ROME 1974 1974 0 4 0 0 n 0 f 4 4 7 4
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i , ~*' . . , . . 50334 3065 • . . . _ ~ ~ . ' . - . . ! , 'XX MeF-F-528-74 . : TEC8YIICAL REPORT 74-14-FL EVALUATI0:1 OF SULF ITE TREAT!-?iNT OF RED TART CHERRIES , GREEN BELL PEM-R9', AND APPLES FOR DEHYDRATI0;7 b Robert L. LaBelle and Terry E. Acree - Y New York State Agricultural Experiment Station Cornell University Geneva, New York 14456 Contract No. DAP.G17-70-C-0181 Project reference: Series: 728012.12 Food Laboratory ; U. S. M%1Y NATICK LABORATORIES Natick, Massachusetts 01760 FL-175 -Z2f i .
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M. r_;...,t..... ....,.es~... t t ~.. 4 _.. ~_. ~~__.. ....._. ..:~:_,. .~.s__ = ..,_..... 50334 3056 VEGETABLES--DISEASES AND PEJTS--COYTi'.OL/ XLANTS--DISEASES AND '°ESTS%"-- j ' ~ Agetealturn Fisndiwok No. 28 ~ XX KeY-C-223-73 M1'~rLS.eL Diseases r... '! . Tomatoes, t3 , . ~ ~~E~~~"~~ ...~ ~, 4 6 6 I Vu.biwnon. D.G i j R~l..d FebruarT. 2968 T+Ir ..yr i7 tAe Enp.rawadst st Dae.'..o. V.S. Gae.raast Yeistls CA.4 - Xu.~.aw. D•C. 2oto2 - P+u. 4s ...u ~ ..r .and Eg~~lants st IJ1CV P. AScCOLLOCH, secor plsiu PitAatosia. BA2tOiD T. COOK. 1ir.aKO.. • awd V'I(j,LtlL R• WRICHT, p~ent potl+olvsi.e. ~liaela Quality Researeh Di.i.:oa ! Ayriculttual Research Service UNITED STATFS DEPARTMENT OF AGF.IC'tJLTiTRE - ..---.-•.~..,..._._.....~.____...
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---- _-------~ - -- -. - - 76 II Rtl S.P. PLANTS--DISEASES.AND PESTS/ R.'J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research-and Product Development Departments, Science Information Division HORTICULTURE OF ELAVORANT PLANTS: A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL. (Includes Roses,`Gefaniums, C~tronella grass, Ginger, P~eppers;~ g , , . b 4 un i Plant Diseases etc ) May, 1976 Winston-Salem , N. C. i
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, 50334 3070 1 c~~ IN SO~NO~~ pLA:IT ANAT.YSIS,_jQ(3), 551-563 (1979)fpyL~~~ 176 II Rel-79 EFFECTS OF NITROGEN AND PHOSPHOPUS Oa S.P ~'. YIF:LD3 A:1D TISS'JE AaALYSES OF CHILI 'PPEP•S REY WORUSt Chili peppers, plant'azalysis, fertilizer response .~. L. Stroehlein and N. F. Oebker The University of Arizona Tucson, AZ 85721a ABSTRACT Nitrogen applications affected plant growth characteristics, color, nutrient content of leaves c.nd yield of chili peppers as shown by results in this two-year study. Moderate rates of N (100-150 kg/ha) tended to produce a more desirable type of•plant and highest yields. Phosphorus treatments did not affect yields nnder these conditions. Analysis of stem-petiole samples for nitrate appeared to be 044;Q a good indicator of the N status of the plant. A heavy fruit set in August accompanied vith a03 N values below 8,000 to 10,000 ppa t,re sUted injar•est ':imeoh' deficiencies and lower yields.
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I. ( J 50334 3075, 76 ESSENCES AND ESSENTIAL OILS/ PLANTS, AROMATIC/ II R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., Research 6 Product Development Departments, Re2 Science Information Division S'P' FLAVORANT CHEMISTRY OF PLANTS.: A COLLECTION OF MATERIAL ('Leffingwell Pamphle (Includes articles on chemical composition of essential oils of Roses, Geraniums, Rhubarb, Basil, Peppers, Peppermint, etc.) 4w May, 1976 ' Winston-Salem, N. C. / 0 .4 oi0 0 0 14 4 7 5
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{ 50334 3073 XK MeF-D-303-73 .... . , ~; , L A ~ Marketing Research Report No. 895 Acrrictiltural Resettr ctt Service UNYI'I:I.) STATES 13E"PARTMj;NY1' OF AGUICULTURZL . .. ! :~~.: , .. ~ f REEZING INJURY -.I 0 4 0 0 tl 0 1 44 7 3
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65 Pe tLCFcUBZAL: TECHiZ0L4{.Y 5033 4 3081~ 1967 454 Fagea F,airhold Pubaiahing Corp. Hew York 0 4 0 0.0 0 1 4 48--..l
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i , 50334 3077 ( i , ASPARAGUS/BEANS/CABBAGEX .. ./CARROTS/CELERY/COR.'V/CUCUMBERS/LETTUCE/ CANTALOUPES/O:IIONS/PCAS P~Y~~~ /POTATGES/SPINACH/S!r'EET POTATOES/ T t / "~w ~~ TO"tA OES/h ATERMELON ~ s SB 321 1975 X e. M vrGJFrAtL Ekza CE.I,R apvIS George W. Waro U.S. Department of Ayriculture, Retirc•d, Formerly, in Chargo, Fruit and Truck Branch Experiment Station, University of Arkansos 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 tl:o interstato Printers & PuGtishots, frse. tMnvitt.. 11Unols a 7 7 J. P. nlcCotlurn Professor of Plant Physiology, Emeritus, College of Agricullure, Univenity of lllinois
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( , t 50334 3068 _... ..__...•.-'A~L_.w Sya I XX MeF-D-3W-73 . i ~ - '. T.UCIAx.t QCAGLIOTTI ; Fo:ol:8 di Sci-u~sdY~ar:e rcll'l:r.irnsitd di Tori,:n, Italia SL'1•MARY Reaired sr, Sr+:ember 1970 Petted plants of pcpper (Capsir.rm ar+r.uur.t L., cv. 'Piccante di Caienna') ' •.PEPPERS/._~° s c: 0 H~t.~?es., 19T1. Vol. I1-fa•9?•97. ..r. ~. - .~.~ - - ,:...r..- -EFFECTS OF SQIL \IOISTURE AND \ +TROGEN s•- . LEVEL ON THE PUN GEN-CY OF BERItIES OF CAPSICL'U A<<~VUUA! L. were uscd to test what cffects trng2ur.a and nstrogen dresstng would have on the yield of fruits and on the pungency (capsaicin content) and dry matter of the berries. - Two levels of irrigation and two c+` r.itrogen fertilizn tion were compared in a. 2 r. 2 factorial design u•ith io rcp?ica:ions. Nitrogen seemed to have no defiri:e in9ucnce on the behaviour of thc plar,ts. Jrrigation favourably -ffcctcd tlir r:ozluction of fruits; the capsaicin and dry mattcr contents of thc berries were toa•er ia the plants most irrioatcd.
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, 50334 3039 { , . J . ~•'{j ~-~'C ~ ~ . AND 1{T('r:1~I~C Ui' A 1)I:Tl:R~1i1AT1: RT.i) '1:I')'1:TC VARIETY ~ ` ' 79 - 76 II Rel- ~ IsEREYYr, at. S.P. . .S'itmmarJ . ~.; • 1)etcrrnintito varieties owing tn their cnrlinoas tuitl gltnrtrr ripening lx-riorl arc s~cinlly ttdupted for mcehnnicnl )snr~•e:+t. ti'nrittti+~n4in quatlity uncl tho rilK•uing jtrc~cos3, ns~rc•li as the feasibility of rncclnusict~l Latr~•t•:~ting Lrforc c+u•ly frt~sts were r;turlic•d in dira•ct scti•tl- od plctntations with irrigatt.ioct in 1911--1J75. In comporivon trinl3 seccllingx were trtcn:~i,lnntecl lrctw•ccu 10-?0 Ditiy cnclt ycnr;ili- roct sowing ~~•av lx~rfw•rncd n),uut 20 April u,ing l~c.zt-trrattcd sc•ecls. Srctly cnsne ulr about , 10 May. Tttc irrigation ldan tt•a~ arranged ncent•clin- to prc~•ious resutts. Treat.rucnts i anrl b tStsc•o not irrigated; trcatmcnt.< 2 and G were irri f,ntc<1 nt i0°o water caFncity ; treatments 3 and 7 at 55°0 water capacity; trcntments 4 and S in two ticr•Nk3 intcr%,ils corresroncling to eritieal plraies in thc pcrioth of inte nre water ab:nslition (25 Jtttu•--2: Auo ist). 40 mm Svatcr «•ai arplied in shriniclin„~ irrigation oncach occasion nccordino to data on tnl,io . 3 and 4. Tite effect of folinr nutriesrt sprays (~fikrarnicl in 1974 nnd l,t'uxnl in 1975) ircro nls~o studicd. • 90 percent of the fruits of the red lx-pper variety D-G0T were ripe by Septembcr .vhen tranasplantcd allowing machine harvest before early frosts sct in. In tlro direct sowing, • hotti~evor, owing to delay in develolrnscnt plta.ses the ntnount of ripe fruit scldnm renclsr`cl ; 85-90 percent in Into September. T fus maturity le~•el is only expected atbutrt mid•OctolHrr. ~.nrly frost appearing in the second decado of October can interfere with mr•chunicnl • ;. 040p t~p j 4439 TttE Frr"r•.cr OF Pr.A;VTINt' Ali:TlrOnS AND titl{iCATI ~t oV i•rn•,r.n, iQuni.rr~9~~') : :..
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50334 3082~ Stl (1959) `y0LAfi0G}'.AP'riZC Ia.FASURWE'.lIT Q? I:V YEC,ST IT•.RrlIiltixfi.TId:S, by J. Stro?:n:; :.. i'. Dale, a.nct H. J. heppler AppZ. Aiicxcuial. 7, 235-8 (1959) 0 14 48 2
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I , , III Du2-79 S.P. TROPOSPHERIC NO MEASURP.MTS DURING 1978 GAMETAG MISSION TRA~SoHrRIA YA ..'3iSI!REMVTS DDRINO 1978 GAlik'TAO MIDSIAN tA H.T. 'chiff (all att Dest. of Chemi+try, or niversit,v, DownFview, Ont. M3J 1P3) (Snonsor: J.C.i'rConncll) CoP)Ttaht reserveJ by auinors. iTls Iwee aay be freely•coploaI ~ ..,-~__ .. .._-.. ~ ..w. _._.,..~... .,, 0 4 0 A 0 0 Mi:in' ratioa'of nitric'eiide in the'.~1: trooosnhere were monitors~l by the cheni- ' lumin..rcenoe a.thod as nart of the 1•T7 7 and 177A OA'<'Tlb misrinne. Provisi0n j/e were nnde to tidd calibrntion r&s and to subetitute Is,-ro• Ias at the caeoling port. Durina th~ 1977 misaion inter- ferences were encountered from water vaoor durinr cloud oenetrltinn or ehile s.melino in the trooieal boundary layer. This oroblem was lareel.y circumvented durino the 1178 mierien by oassini the aamoled air t!•rourh trans cooled by dry- ie.. The nrereure and flows were kept conatant irrreoective of aircraft altit- ude by servo-controlled valves. Although the detecr.ion linit of the instrvment was 20 ootv the chemiluminescent method eaa, in nrincinle erovide only an unoer limit for the ;:A m::inr, ratio. Ov+r the Pacifie this ueoer limit r.nred from 30 to SO ontv and shoned no dependence on whether the air w•s sameled from or above the bound±ry layer. Over the North Ameriern land naes the uoner limit wa somrwhtt hither in unnolluted air but rose to 190 ootv or more in the vicinity of induetrial areae, forert fires and urban areas,- not only near larRe cities such as Denver but also nelr Eskimo vil3aRer such as Tuktoyaktuk. In noll- uted air the '10 aixine ratios deareased with altitude. 44" 47 .,
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i t ,_.+..w:2N:~..~..-r.....~.n~.•~t.Jv.~Ji..~i1...._..c...+..~i.......~.~.._.r.+..~ . . _._ _. _,r.~~a..-ra.. QP qjbP.*3A='=% 50334 3085 Northrop, John Howard, 1891- Crystalline enzymes, by John II. Northrop, 1foses Kunit. and Roz er M. Herriott. 2d ed., rev. and enL New Yorl: Coluuubut Univ. Pir.ss,1948. xzi, 352 p. lllus. 24 cm. (Columbia biological series, no. 12) "Literature" : p. i8151-340. series, no. 12) ; C,1,P601.1N 1948 Library of Conaress 612.0151 152o=3j 48-667?' 1. Enzymes. 2. Pepsln. 3. Trypsin. 4. 1;acteriophAge. i. la: nitz, Moses, 1S8?- joint author. it. Herriott, ltoger,3Ioss, 2168 joint author. iii. Title. (Series: Columbia University biologica . ~ . . . ~ _ : a~. A4 8_S
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I, i i 50334 3046 J V. MeF-D-303-73 Phytopathology 63 (9) 1211-12(1973) ~ , Inheritance of Tolerance to ad3.pper.,m independent studies at Belle Glade and Gainesville to ~, ranc of Av to PSiV to exi r the tol tin f ~ t , rans c e e s g pepper rus in hlorida l i 1573) Vi Septertl• (~t ~, J breeding lines and to determinc the mode of inheritance `~. A. Zitter and 1~. A. Cook of such tolerance. / Alt the virus cultures used in these studies were ll i •i i l f i d U ~ O y ginally so ated from natura n ecte plants crou ng for t.iFity j Flid Aitt sssan Professor.n~rs;t, qJor:.• Aejcalturx} R.~carch:+nd Edu;,atton~niet~ ficllc (`ladc~ in the Delray t3cach, Florida, farming area. Stock virus FI~D43J: and Prrttcs5or;' Plant, I'sthology Ucpartment>•.f ultures were maintained in suxceptiblc prppercuttivars :.Univ•crsity of Florida. Garncss_•ille 32601.:-:.:': +ndJor tobacco (:~•ir•uriarra rahacunt L.). Test progenies ~ of W. L:a consisted of all of the plants obtained from indis•idual . The authors aci:noHled,.x the assistance Lough of Ferry lforse Secd Co. . . fruits. ~ Journal Series Paper No. 4813. ' The tolerant Av plants were crossed with plants of the The tolerance of 'A%elar', a pepper (Copsicunr annuunr) PMV-suseepeible cross Florida 23-1-7 X Yolo Y(23Y),-, i tulticar from firaril• to a dicease cau+ed by a virus tentatively and breeding lines Florida 9-8-3 (9-8) and F{orida 23-1-7 desic:.:~tcd •'ptppcr mot:ic % trus'• w•as found to result from a (23). Plants of thc Fr ecncration of thccrosses A~'x 231' : singi: (!,nmozy..uuiJ gcn:. 7o;crant plants remained or the reciprocal .+•ere baek-crossed with Avand 23Y. F, ~ symptorntesslurca.Jweelsafftcrtnoculationbutlaterdcketoped rorcnieswereohtainedfromsclf- oUinationsoftolerant e mit.3 r.i.~tttc on the inoculatcd and lo«er s~~stentically infccied p p leaves Su%ceptible plants Jc%clopcd srvere mottte symptoms Fi plants from the crosses Av X 23Y and Av X 9-8• withia a v.eck. Scere.ation for stuceJ+tibdity in test progenies to Plants were inoculated. in the three- to four-leaf stage. pepxr rnottle virui aad cnitorm restutance of similar progenies The leaves csere dusted lightty with Carborundum and ~, in eari`cr studicc tn tohjcco etch and potato Y virus aas rubbed with a finger or a stertle polyurethane foam• pad eonsid:rc3 additional ecidcncc that pepper mottle virus is dipped in crude sap front infected pl.ints. All test plants '' distinzt from both of these .•iruses. t' were _.._.. . . - --. . _... ...~..-~_,,,_..,r., _ _ . .. .. . 0 4 0 0-0 0 1 4 4 4 6
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J , Agr. Exp. StatTons-Mmaii-Spccfal Report.• (73)1-20(7.pri1 ?974) 74 II Ta WITH SOLA\ACGOL'S CItOPS IN HAt1'AII ~ HEr:BICIDr EV.tLt'ATIO\' STUDIES - ;-~L__ • j `J.S. Tanaka. R. R. Romano-xsf:i, Jr.. and J. A. Crozier. Jr. INTI?ODL'CT 10N - - ~ The shortage and rising cost of labor have in;tde chemical ~ti•C. ing an important cultural tool in Ilawatl fnruiin;g. The solanacco;is ~ crops comprise one of the mosi important segments of the vrgc- ' tabl^ industn• in Ha%tiaii. Duc to their lon;; har~.~est periods, these crops require many hours of hand cultivation to remcvc weeds. The herbicide trials reported herein were conducted to dcternune the feasibilitv of using chemicals to supplement or replace present methods of weed control. This publication is a sequel to Hawaii Agricultural I:xpcriment Station Technical Progress Report No. 138 (see Related Litera- _ ture), that desciibc:s earlier herbicide stuctic:s with tomntoes in Hawaii. These samc herbicides were also tested on pehper% ar,<i . .~. .......•e..,-.a.....«;. c+..e.qt..~a+i.~-..,-..:,.,...~.1•...<.-r+;-'..+r~.^+' . .. `~~.~'s...~..... ~+a-;~.: .r.~...-, ~...--.:...-...-.......» .. _ -. ... .» ».._..•- . 50334 3071 1,..::..: :.-t.'EEDS~;COhTROL/PEPPERS/TOKWOESIEGGI'LA21W .;-I . 1 .1 ~ 0• 4. 0- 0~l O• i.. 44 7 1
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I i t r 50334 3072, f - x * n u~ F?.IF.S/F1.UF.RFRRTT•.Sl'~fi~1CC4LZ/ /i1SL'SIIiEAYS, S.IA ° _ .. ^.YICPERRIrS/ BRUSSELS SP::OLTTSi C:1~IT:~LO: PES/CAR~(~1S/CTULIFL(~'.1r.c/~~~~j„1*'"%TFi)ZVE--cSCARnLE/ n~C /DATi:~./ ,..c'.~:~DE[.~. . . COi.L!1RDS : ,C:~1R,1 ~ RZES/t~: .... ,. + • • .,• ~ tn i.n•:,SF.1+F.RRI::S/GR.IPEF!ZUZT/KOur a,~Bl/ ,\m +-r:_•.,F:i:\'~.T F y T.L'. S DIQFC.ORY. 1:...•LIC /-' n~r nc F.CSIFRIiLT .+.L i .• Ct?c:ES/`tUS?1R00'tS/''lliSi.1.°•D GRFEPIS/:1F::.AIPARSLL'Y/PA..~: •. PEA.HES/°f ,-,ZS/PERSL:'1`•I '.!ELC':S/PI\'FAPPLES/PLt•T••tS^?RUNFS/PO?1EGaSST eI. S'~TY::t".EL0::5/ RASP9EF.RIES/S}~+LLCTS/.IrI:3ACH/STR.k!:riiERRTT•.S/T~1:•tt.•ELOS/F.ATER C_•- •/` Ve.J:f ~C4~,_•i ~ r?. „AV,~l L .,.s 0£5l'i v;~TI:S%PItiI•.`s1i•iO S~ F£PFERSiI'%r`• .';~ ~.rr...l`Rt.r Fr.C:S ~.~D POI*3TE'.^.S/ ~' ~ • • y ~ •c IA"'iO:I, ,~ashir.r;t.n, . t':.GET~. Sft~ . U t'":Sil~ L.. :v• Ei~ ';IITc `..._. ._..._ -w~-~~ .~.. . ....~.. .~.- --.,. r ... •-~~,..•...q».......~.--s..••..-... ~..r..'+...•-'•"'•7•+r.w.-~ ~..•5 . 1 0 4 0 0 ~ 0 1 4 4 7 2
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, PEPTI0CERj DISEASES--CAUSATION 4 THEORIES OF CAUSATION/ 50334 3087 l MEDICINE', PSYCHOSOMATIC/HYPERTENSiON/ASTHMA/STRESS/ RC 49 1 We 1977 B GY J, Montefiore Hospital and Medical Center ELSEVER. NEW WOf2K OXFORD AMSTERDAM t~4 0 QAQ i 4 4 8? . ' A T ~ uLl1~,'i ~! I
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A v h 17 1 U U d U a a " ~ 4GL a 3ii?O CiN410, .~.~.7.: :'1=:.:JtliiJ r!X2 trj.Y.vL:)$z~~d l• O:) bo:\aq.*~j :°-p-tfJuAsh` ~ r ell ~ (i'.S ' sTXO TuTluassg FrJc• sd:lTdg 'siadda,f°- (TLGY) aaW 080E h££OS r I :~ r
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` 5033y 3089, . . . . ._ .. • PROTEASES, CYSTEINE, titration of/CASEIN SUBSTRATES, proteolytic activities on/BLOOD CLOTTING T:NZYDTES/KALLIKREINS/ PROTEASES from Gametes and Developing Embryos/PEPTIDASES/.) : . QP 601 Co 1976 ~ 1llcllccds in Enzymology (Sidney P. Colowick, editor) Volume XLV teolyti 0 c tEy nzy7ncs ~ Part B rDITIa ]3Y z / Laszlo,6ra.nd hF.PART.W\T OF H10CIIEM18T8Y AXP %t01.l:Ul'1.1R RIOLOu'Y 0 '{ 4 4 ~ ~••~o1'1~1N'IJST1:11N t'\1\'1:11s1TY ' r1'.1YRT0\, fl.t.1Y014 . :\l•`Ahl:NTiC PZZI?:'>
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a i --~.,..._~~_._.~.~.._..~.. ____..._.~.~..-._.. 50334 3078 r__..y_.~._. _..... XX NeF-D-303-73 BELL POP£1tS WILLIA?~i W. ETCr-t. "T.otdsiana Agr. 16(2)6-7 (1972-73) AA'DTP.AvIs P. NEF.\'ANDEZ Staeet Potato Rerearch Center MRTHEASTLouiuiana,especial:y the itea lalot~'n its r11C ~~a'•iaCou it~uge, " is widely adap:ed for diversi6ed crop pro- dur•ion. The rtain cash crops are cotton and soyb:ans, :+ut many farmers in the area are scepl-iny acIditional cash crops to raake hcitrr use of their land and qt:il.m:nt. A hortici:(tural crop such as b:12 p,Fpcts may be worthy of con- siderztion for iLis purpose. tifany farm- en a'rrad!• h:eve cquipnnent that can }v u::lizc•d f~r this cmp. Alsr,, the criti- Emerald Giant was one of the foN vurieties in the study, herbicide) was then made at the rate .~ ~._~._.. of poun.ls attlil p~_• iaViV \VwI.A~.~ for weed control. The middle of the rows was kept clean by cultivation until the layby operation. The plots were irrigated as necessary to aiaintain good soil moisture for ap- proximately 12 weeks each ycar. Very in this report, since a farmer would prob.:b;y ctioose one uf dhese high-r;cl.;- ing varieties to plant. ' Total production per acre varied greatly among the years included. Pro- duction was lowest in the year 1969 few insect and disease problems cvere . acre were, in descending ordcr, a; fol- encountered. There u•;re occasional in- lows: Miss Bell, licll Boy Hybrid, Yolo festations of ap}uds antj planr lice dur- L, hlississippi 68, Emerald Giant, and in,r, the gros.•ing perind but these were Keystone Resistant (see Table 1). and highest in the year 1970: The cv1- tivars producing the highest yields per 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 4 %$
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50334 3091) Methods in Ef nzynology 6o1PCo Volume XXX VII . 1975 ~o~~v2one Act2ojz Sidney P. Colowick and part B 8~I I G'~0~l~IloylG~S Nathan 0. Kaplan El~lTED BI l3crt W, o'alley Joel G. I-Iardinan DEPARTMENT OF CELL BIOLOGY DEPARTMENT OF PHYSIOLOGY BAYFqR COLLECE OF MEDICINE VANDERBILT UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF JFEDI TEXAS MEDICAL CE:vTEB NASITYILLE, TENNE>SEE t IOUt1TJ\, TCX.b 1975 ACADE\iIC PRESS New York San Francisco Londo. A Subsidiary of Harcour6 Brace Jovanovich, Publishers
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3 t 50334 3079f ~~ ~~- - ~. ~..~.~.~s. _.._....~.__ .. ~_J..._._ - - . ~ -~+i.. ~. _.......... ,ry0 XX MeF-h-W-73 f HAT are the prospects of in- ~+ /~ tf creasing t•icldc of peppcrs with the use of alurnhiuui foil mulch? Per- sonnet at Rut-ers South Jersey Research and f+ccelr,pment Center, Ccnterton, dreidcd to take a goud look at this pr(1r:urtiol: tnethod in 1972 3nd %re'vN conne up with sonic vCr)' C'ncoulJ'~inP, rcLilitS. Using 1'olo 1Condrr B variety, Chapin "Twin 1;ail" drip .irr,garion, 9 I -- - *-. ~. ~ . r 1 r~+ .1 rj ia f ~ o'1 t. r" r^! ~ 0 s-~ P © `~ :r Vegetable Grower 21(4)13-14(1973) and aluminum foil mulch, we have nearly doubled the yields in some in• stances and significat:tly increased them in others. The tests involved comparison of double row plantings of 17,400 plants per acre with single row plantings of S't00 plants per acre. The double ro~~•s were l. fuut apart and .plants were .~pac,?d 1 foot in the row; the single row plants it~ere 1 foot apart in the row on 5 foot row centers. ` In order to eva!uate thl insect re- pelling qualities of the foil, some plots were sprayed and some left unsprayed on both mulched and bare-ground plantings. Planted June 1 from plants grown in 1-inch Multipot.c, han•ests were taken on August 1 and 15, September I and 24, and October 15. Yields from unsprayed bare ground area with a single row were 631 bushels per acre compared to 2'?30 bushels per acre on the sprayed double-row foil area. ~_ ,,.t
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5! --- R P 17 1 0 u 0 0 17 n ~ 1 Qi, "Y ~l6t l.;;tiix • y3DqExt4ni e~tr~~asa3xuY `1z0; e-atI 0I_,`14;t EO -; •taA Ct:a3 Pva:+liiS ~3ur? fw3j,G'u..cailo i:x ^bddL"i:T.iPY ~F80F ~EfOS py 109 1 I
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, / 50334 3096 ; ) AMINO ACIDS/PEPrIDES/PROTEINS--CHF.MISTRY/FLUORINE CO*tPOilidDS/ 4si ANNUAL REPORTS ON . Atct 1976 ~ R ~ ~ NWE'40. :T "0 %IEZ- ;i C 0 Edited by E. F. MOONEY Anacon (Instruments) Limited, Bourne End, Buckinghamshbe, England VOLUP>tlE 6B ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers London • New York. • San Francisco 1976 -- ~ ~ o4oonai44 96
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, 50334 3099 SENSES AND SENSATION/TASTF.--TESTIidG/ALFACTION/CARBOIIYDRATES--TASTE/ •AMINO ACIDS/.PEPTIDESTPROTEIaS/CHEMORECEPTION / QP 458 Be 1978 PDDL j~. M.G.J.BEETS International Flavors & Fragrances (Europe), Nilccrsum, The Netherlands APPLIED SCIENCE PUBLISHERS LTD LONDON 0 4 0 0 0 tJ 1 4 4 9 9 STRUCTURE-ACTI VITY RELATIONSHI PS IN HUMAN CHEMORECEPTION
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50334 3088 QP 601 En The Enzyrues, ediCed by Paul U. Eoyp.r, . ll;;nry LGrdy cnd Y.er1 11iyxbsct.. 2. ccM?l:.tc1y rcv. Nc.i York, .y v. iU.uR. 24 cm. : 04 0 0 n~ 14 4 88
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, t fe~`.lr.•~~ . ..-..:.,...o...a . . .a.. .r,..,•.. . .. . . . . . . 'a'~-- 50334 3086 ~~ L'1CY.'lil?iIC A.'lil?iICA T.7 JiIU;'ri%slC.+ ,~c,.. o~- 1 Cr3-A5Si ~>I'REl?'~d~:~1~d0?s Z:~'f'!ON : .: . W. F. L1N'Ea. A. K\CONG• AND H. H. WEL•'TALL6-' : ~ •lt'ilson Zaborolo.its. Airision of 11'ilson Pl.•ar,no."fital ond CArmical Cor/•oralinn, CAiaogo, Ill. (U.S.A.), and sflio-Organit Trtl•nolosy Group, Rrsrorth and DrvrloWntnl Lal.oraiory, Corxing Glass H'orks, Cornina. \'. )'. 14830 (G' S.A.) . (Received February• 2nd. 3973) SChilfARY z. Pepsin was co.•Aerdly coupled to porous 96% silica glass particles. ` ~ 2. The insoluble cnzyrue retained up to 6$00 of theoretical acti.-ity in a S-min i . assay K-ith hemoglobin substrate. . . . ...a. .rs: J^ . . . . . . %'.7 .~ - , . . . . .. ,. . . t1 4 0 0 ~ f~ 1 4 4 8 6
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, i t 50334 3092 $Oa _ ti: 3971 A CT: Hie3oFVieser, A.. , . . , ..., ... ..~.,.».-~..~.....~.... .,..~-. _ .....~._ ~...... ..-,.---....... -• --- ers rcc s ertc l FI. aE:3 z:r }or sc . . , : ~ ~ ~u i : ~ . editcd by A. Niederwieser a.nd . atal- i G. Pl . ,. U 4 0 0 0 t) 1 CRs:OM.'1TOGP,,1PNiC kItiALT3IsJ• SP: CTRDI~.:.""_'RYf PROTEINS-.^•TP'Jr+TUBF., New Techniques in 0 ,~_~.n i~ao A.exc~, ~~~~i.~de, ' ~; t ,~~~'~ ~ ~.~• ~ ~ -: : t-~.•~~'~'.~.`Y 7.t~1Ca . ~~ !-~1.~'... . - - -.5~I3-.~1~J.S , . 4 4 9 2 ..
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50334 3097 ' _ ~. _ - - - ~~........ 1 QP 501 A ... _ ..~.. r~~~.,~. ~;:. . An::_..1 rcv'_-nu- cf ::o:ticralstry. v. 1•. 17. - T.-... .-r . .-,~-...~. ~,-,~•. .~-r-. : . ..,-- ... ,. .... ~4oonc~ t 4 49 7
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: 50334 3100 { ~ QD 431 Bo
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50334 3102) ~ , Chemical Society, London. Peptido chemistry; report of a symposium held ... on March 30th,1953. Organised by D. H, liey. Specialist edi- tors: A. D. Jenkins landl D. F. Elliott. London, 1955. 115 p. dlagrs., tnbles. 22 cm. (Its Special publication no. 2) Cover title: Symposium on peptide chemistry. 13ibliographical footnotes. 1. Peptides. i. Title. ir. Title: Symposium on peptlde chemistry. (Series) _ QD431.C15 1955c 547.8 5f,-181` Library of Congress ~ ~ t3ti 0 d D Q n :. 0 1 4 5 0 2
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i .50334 31091 TERPENES/PORIhRA/ANTIBIOTICS/ •/ANSAMYCIN/TRYPT0PIIAN/ PEPTIDES/PROT NINS/FLAVIN/F7.AVOENZY'dF CF1I:*i7STRY qD FORTSCHRIT~E 245 Fo DER CHEMIE ORGANISCHER 1976 NATURSTOFFE PROGRESS IN THE CHEMIST RY OF ORGANIC NATURAL PRODUCTS BF.GRUNDET VON • FOUNDED BY L. ZECHMEISTER -. , HERAUSGEGEBEN VON • EDITED BY W. HERZ H. GRISEBACH G. W. KIRBY TAILAHASSEE, FLA. fRE(BURO I. BR. ~ . GLASGOW VOL. 33 ~ 1976 0 4 0 0 n 0 WIEN • SPRI?dGER-VERLAG • NEW YORK 4 S 0 9
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. 50334 3106 QP 601 -.Peptides,Fvw.,~'Il~'A4 C ';.i,, Co Co1.:,wic.:, 5id"ey Y'P ed. 14-a+:iio~is in cn44' -o1o ;y, editca by 5id:i,sy i'. Colo~:Tic:i: ar:d Watha,ri 0. Kaplan. %few York, hcademi.G Prea3,1SS5- v. illus. 24 cm. NZVVPM""F" U 4 t1 0 0 0 1 4 5 Q-, 6
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, 50334 3098 I QD 281 Ap Peptides: ].8 ~:-Pt. Applicd Polyr.:ar Syaposin, No. 1- 1965 Interacience (W:ley) hlev York 0
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) 50334 3108 j i I Fortschrtttm 'der ' Chemie organischer Naturstoffe. Pronres~ in the chemistry of organic natural products. Yrotires dan: la chimie des substances organiques naturelles. 1.- Bd. Wien, Sprintier- Verlag tetc.11938- v. Wus. 24 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L. %echmelster: 1. Chemistry, argantc-Period. z. 7.echmeister, Ldsz13, 1889- ed. QD2-11.F6 A C 39-1015 rev' Minnesota. Ln(v. Libr !' for Library of Con;ress `, ) triMPltt __ .. ~..,.~-.r...,._..•.,.,-...r~ • U 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 08
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, i . . ,.A. ~':f.a:u.i....T Fox, Sidney W Introduction to protein chemistry iby, Sidney Vwl. Fox and Joseph F.. Foster. Now York,lYiley 11957, 459 p. Illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. Proteins. r. Foster, Joseph F., Jo!nt author. ir: Title: Pro- tein chemistry. QD431.F69 ~~ 547 67-13442 t Library of Congress ~ / i58x201
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/ 50334 3101 0 4 0 0 0.o ;D 561 C Calmon, Calvin, cd. Ion exchangers in organic and biochemistry; Calvin Cal- mon and T. R. H. Krrssman, editors. New 1 ork, Inter- scienco PnblisLers,1957. 761 p. Itius. 24 cm. l ucludes bibl lography. 1. Ion exchange. 2. Chemistry, Organic. 3. Biological chemistry. I. Iatis.wan, T. 7{. 1:., ~oint ed, ic. Tftle. Library oi Congress QD5G1.C'?2 ,.- . *541.378 57-6110 Y 4 S ~._ 1 ~ 11 [57d215j
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f .. 50334 311 2 ) ~ Ref. Q ~ 123 ~ Ha -:P ;m~rt~a~rA. NANDEucH D rA LE6mSM aTEzckEMIEY ed; ted by J• schormul ler. t~ 6S- Sor i nger-Ya rlag Kew york 0 4 0 Qnb 1 4 S 12
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0 50334 3111 } BIOLOGICAL CHEMISTRY--HANDBOOKS,MANUALS, ETC./NOMENCLATURE, BIOLOGICAL/ MOLECUALR BIOLOGY--HANDBOOKS, MANUALS,ETC./PEPTIDES,Sect.A,Vo1.I/~, POLYPEPTIDES,SectA,Vo1.I/AMINO ACIDS--HANDBOOKS,Sect.A,Vo1.I/ ALKALOIDS--TABLES,Sect.A,Vo1s.I,II,III/PURINES,Sect. B,Vol.I/ PYRIMIDINES, Sect.B,Vo1.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,Vol.II/AMINO ACIDS--CHROMATOGRAPHY,Sect.D,Vo1.II/ CHROMATOGRAPHIC ANALYSIS-GEL FILTRATION, Sect.D,Vol.II/ABSORPTION DATA,Sect:'A, Vo1.II/BOND ANGLES AND DISTANCES, Sect.D,Vo1.II/(RVA,Sect.B.,Vo1.I/- u ACIDS--IONIZATION CONSTANTS, Sect.D,Vol.I/ACIDS,BASES,Sect. D,Vo1.I/ ~` FLUORESCENCE, Sect.D,Vol.II/FLAVINS, LUMINESCENCE. Sect. D,Vol.II/ / DNA VIRAL MOLECULES~Sect.B,Vo1."I/t!-~ REF vHANDB00K OF BIOCHEMISTRY & MOLECULAR BIOLOGY Editor: Gerald D.4asman 123 Section A:1"PROTEINS, Vol. I(1976), II (1976), III (1976) 3rd editions 1 ~ Ha Section B: S IUCLEIC ACIDS, Vol. I(1975 ,II (1976) Section C: ~LIPIDS,~RBOIIYDRATES AND .TEROIDS, VOL Section D:~HYSICAL AND CHEMICAL DATA, Vol. I(1976), II (1976) . I(1975) 0 4 0 0 0 0 1.4 5 1 1
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, i t 50334 .3115 ENDORPHINS/MENTAL ILLNESS/PEPTIDES/ 571 Li 1981 HORMO1`TA L .. __ . PROTEINS AND 1'IEPTIIDES, ~~~,;~ Edited by CHOH HAO LI Th,r Nornwne ResearrA labwafary Universiry of Cafij~rnia San Franclsca. Calj(arnJa ,"t R ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcoun Brace Jovanovich. Publishers New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco r
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50334 31141 . •cWCLEAR :•L!1GfiETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/PEPTIDES/ CHE°1ISTRY, ORGANIC--:v'UCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE SPECTROSCOPY/ TERPENES--DITERPF.NES/TERPENES--SESQUITEF,PE;lES/COL^UIRINS"(natural) / QC 451 Le 1976 (V.2)2 ORGAXO?tET'1LLIC CO'•iPOUNDS/T?2AtiSITIOV METAL CO' 1POUVDS/CHEMIST°.Y--CO?t°UTERS„ PROTEINS'~' NUCLEIC ACIDS/DOLYS~1CCi!A^IDES/ AL~:ALOIDS--NUCLEA:: .'~1AG~~ETIC RESO.`7Ai.'CE~ TOPICS INARBON-I3 vC- NMR SPECTROSCOPY ~ Copies 1979 (V.3)2 copies Edited by ~ GEORGEC'StLEVY VO`y~ e,2 (xc,~ .<<~y f Department of Cne ry ' Florida State University A Wiley-Intersciencc Publication T JOHN WILEY & SONS, New York • London • Sydney • Toro ~IhF,xe~~n- Flnrida
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TOI3ACC0--PROTEI IdS / 50334 3117~ Mutation Research. 56 (1978) 281-288 a 7 7 I I Re-79 S. P. ® Elsevier/North-Holland Biomedical Press N1UT~ENICITIES OF TH YROLYZATES O"EIDES? ~ ~ AN ROTEINS I I T. MATSUMOTO, D. YOSHIDA, S. MIZUSAKI and H. OKAMOTO Central Research Institute, The Japan Tobacco and Sall Public Corporation, 6-2 Umegcoka, 4lidori-hu, Yokohama, Kanagawa 227 (Japan) (Received 6 May 1977) (Revisionreceived 12July 1977) (Accepted 29 July 1977) Summary .• Pyroly-tates of 10 peptides, 10 proteins and 5 naturally-occurring materials were tested for mutagenicity in the histidine-requiring mutants Salmonella typhimurium TA98 and TA100. Significant mutagenic activity was detected with pyrolyzates of most of these materials. The pyrolyzates required a liver- ~ 4 0 - 0 0..0 1 4 S 1 7
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- ~t ~~~~~~~ t~t~~=i:::u i Chemicat Society, London. Peptide chemistry ; report of a symposium held ... o; March 30th, 1965. Organised by D. R. Hey. Specialist edi tors : A. D. Jenkins landl 7), F. Elliott. London, 1955. 115 p. diagrs., tables. 22 cm. (Ita Special publlcation no. 2) Cover title: Symposium on peptide cbemistry. Bibliograpbicul footnotes. 1. Peptides. i. Title, ii. Title: Symposium on peptide cbemistr3 (Series) QD131.CI5 1955c ` ~ ~j 547.8 56-181 Library of Congress iS1 . -,...r .,. ..-... ~r.,_ .....n °~ . ^n.- r?L° 0 4 0 0 tl 0 1 4 4 9-..U
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50334 3104 -_. ~ . ~ . ~ . QD 431 C Cohn, Edwin Joseph, 1SJ2- Yroteins, amino acids and peptides as ions and dipolar iot; tbyl Edwin J. Cohn and John 1'. Edsall ... including chap ters by John G. Kirl:wood ... Hans 'Aiueller ... J. L. Oncle- ... tandl George Scatchard ... New York, Reinhold publish ing corporation, 19-13. xciii, GSf p. incl. tables, diaars. 231 em. (American chemical s( ciety. Monograph srries. iJio.'J01) . Includes bibliographical references. 1. Proteins. 2. Aniino acids. 3. 1'cptides. 4. Chemistry, Physics and theuretical. r. Fdsall, John Tileston, 1:10:2- joint author. QD 131.C3s C 547.8 43-43 7, Library of Coni;res.9 ` ir,3r•}3bs2i d 4 t~ 0 0 -.0 1 4 S 0 4 .
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' 50334 3118~ Ref TF 9 Mc 1 :1CC"1~t-r1Ci.L rl:CYCl.O?kOIA Oc SCIL?:Ci: A::U T :C:l:IULC)GY, Val. i~~il, .lYV,...y• Ctlf.(7 C 1971 17 VoIn. :icCraN•-i1i).i 3ook Co. l:ew lork ~ !r.y, ...~•~•, . •s'r
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.....~.~ 50334 3121 i c. 20 cui. '(Progress series) Editor: v. 9- J. W. Cook. Includes bibliography. .; QD } 245 ' p Progress in organic cacinistry. 1- i London, 13uttenvorths Scientific Publications, 1052- .. L Chemistry, Organic--Collected works. 2. Che:nlstry, Technicsl. t. Cook, Jnines Wilfred, 1900- ed. QD21s.P7Z Library of Congress 1 4S~-~ 547.072 52-3180 ~. J warF315~
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, f i,C, k.. Q M Erl-t ~tTR y~il~i< k- • E O~dTiT~e.Ewr,t/~'/`,r~ ~iPOTc-'~~f'f?oT,~iai~ C! tD SlPC 4 a 3 o w rD RA rV/ ~ MILK PROTElNS TP370 14 e ~ 970 chemistry and molecular biology VOlun,-c 0 q Z Edited by . Hugh A. McKenzie Department O/ Physical Biochemistry Institute of Advanced Studies Q A (~Cer~r, A u tralign ~1~~tiotrng~l U' 've~ity
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I , f / ~j+~. XX PSeC7-76 S.P. Peptides 13, 271-278(1974) PFPTIDE~YE~~~I~~ ~. TAISTErRCGEP TORT INTERAt'r IrIONS~ _ 50334 3095 W ... ,~ . CaA r • MURRAY GoOD11Ai`i and CNAI\S GILOV Df ChL Uiif Clili S Di epo-tment ocmotrp.nvcrstv oaornu.anego. . JD/.: La Jolla. California 92037, USA ~.~ . ,,s~ Pie ~ ,,~~/ 3.;? y 6 At the present time, the phenomenon of taste seems best explained by three .\~ ~~`•- y~: x -' ,l f ~• tomplcmentary theorres. Beidlcr (1] explatned tactc by sekcttve adsorptton i t f h l d t t ~ i it h Th ca compoun em s on o .zste reccp ~ rs. e receptor s a s e on t e c o surfacc of a taste bud and is protein in naturc. Adsorption changes the local beometry and environment of the surface membrane which in some way initiates a response that we call "taste." Bradley and Henkin (?, 3] found - :i that administration of thiol drugs, such as 5-mercaptopyridoxal, lowers taste acuity. Administration of copper" and zinc" returns taste sensitivity tonormal levels. Based on these and on the X-ray data on carboxypeptidase; they -suggect that the tastctnt (i e., a substance that can be detected and ~ tecognized by its taste qualit)) providcs a definite si~ nal. The tastlnt diffuses to a protein (not necessarily an enzyme) lining the srnall openinge to a taste :eccptor. This binding, Bradley and Flenkin speculated, causes' a 10 0 4 o 0 n0 1 4 4 9 5
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a 50334 Amino acids-degradation/ Amino acids--chemistry/ /Amino acids-chromatography/Amino acids--synthesis/Peptides/ /Proteins/Lipids/Imineti/ PYROLYSIS/ 311 6{X~.VERSI''Y OT 1•1}1SS1;C11L'S1:TTS--nTSSF.r'T:ITIOP:S see • .'~•.~SERTATIO~IS--UNIVERSITY OF MASSACiIUSrTTS/ QD 431 Li 1972. .- THERMNL DECOMPOSITION OF SOFtE N1INO ACIDS AND THEIR INTER7ICTION HITtt A SIMPLE TRIGLYCERIDE . A dissertation presented by YAO-CHI LIEN Submitted to the Graduate School of the University of Massachusetts in pdrtial fulfillr.ent of the rcquircr..cnts for the degree DOCTOR OF PHILOSOPHY April 1972 Food Science and Technology of' 0 4 0 0 n o 1 4~ ~ b
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f r t . 50334 3107~ .~ , V.1-6:' CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/SYNTHESIS, ORGANIC/ VOL. 1: IIYDROCARBONS/. . " "'lHALOGEN CO~iP0Ui1DS/ALCOIIOLS/PIIENOLS/ETIIF.RSJ PEROxIDES/ALDEHYDES/KETONES/QUINONES/ AROXATICITY/CARBANIONS/CARBOCAT1oNS/ VOL. 2 CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/PHOSPHOROUS CO'iPOUNDS/NITRITES/NTTROSAMINES/IfdINES/NITRONE! I7ITRILES/ISOCYANIDES/Ai•QNES/-aMINO ACIDS/: ' VOL. 3: SELENIUtd/:', ._ ..:/ORGA:JO~-tE1'ALLIC CO:-fPOUh'DS/SULFUR COMPOUNDS, ORGANIC/ ORGANOSILICON CO'•:POUNDS/BORO--OR(:APFIC CHEMISTRY/SILICON ORGANIC CO1dP0UKDS/ SELENIU1 ORGANIC CO`U'OU?:DS/TELLURIUI•I ORGANIC CO`4'0lJIIDS/ VOL. 4: AZIN:S/'°RTDTNF.S/AZOLES/PYRIJ)INU.S/QL'INOLIN::S/NITROG~N---HE'TERGCYCLIC COMPOUNL OXYGEN--HETEI',OCWLIC COPIPOUYDS/SULFUR---HETEROCYCLIC CO"TOUNDS/ISOQ'JZ?;OLINES/ VOL. 5: NUCLEIC ACIDS/PROTEINS/k"SQNO ACIDS/PFPTIDE$JCARBOIIYDRATES--CHE~tISTRY/ AoC,C (1D 251 Co 1979 LIPIDS--CHLIfISTRY/LIPIDS--BIOCHEKISTRY/BI(iSYNTHESIS/ALY.ALOIDS--.I(?SYNTHEgzS, VITAMIN B12/TERPENOTDS--BIOSYNTHESIS/JCAROTENOIDS--BIOSYNTIIESIS~VITA*iIN A/ ANTIBIOTIC5/:aUCLEOSIDES/ P0.'tPitYRIN/SHIKI%iIC ACIA 34i:TA:3OLITI:S/ - ~ Votumo 1 JStereochcmTstry, Hydroearbons. J'dind by J. F. STODDART~/ a o Compounds, Oxygen Compounda ""'""„'.°`""" ~.. C0~[=~EhEi\!SIVE OEiC~ANI CANIC CI-iEIViISTE~Y Pilosphorus Compounds ' Voiu e S m utphur. Seicnium, Siiicon, Boron. " The Synthesis and Reactions of Organic Organometeiiic Compounds Compounds Votume ~ Hetcrocyciic Compounds Cf1A1RMMt /U:u DEPVT( CHAIR.~tAN OF Tf1f ED(fOR1A1 BOARD . SIR DL?RL• KK BARTON. F.R.S. . Votumepr Ltiotogicr;ICompounds 0 4 VP! DAADAOTlI IS~#.R SI 4 S ~oturs d Formula. SubJeet. Author. Rduction. and Reagent Indexes ' li i Volume 9( Nitrogen Compounds, Carboxylic Acids. Ldiad by 1. O. Str1'Ft[ICta[: . YWVk.Rfnr OF LntRPOOI J?di:cd by D. INLViIt.E JOVEs UMntItNTY or LHFirlEio F'diesd by P. O. SAMI1tFS / Tla CRY U+M7tSTf. LM40d FJbed by E. HASi.Aa:/' . YUWCPSnT Of fnErnrlp . . . ':: Tidteed by C. J. DRAYrON .l /
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J . : . 0 W t 50334 31125) MEMBRANES/T.I1~;-DS--RIOCHFMISTRY/ANTIRTnTII:S/"JUCLF.TC ACIDS/PF,PTTDF.S/ POLYMERS OFrAMTNO ACTT)S/I3F.NT.(a)PYRF.NF./NUCT.F.OSIDES/DNA, SYNTHESIS/ ~ ANTITUMOR ANTIRIOTICS/ MACROMOLECULAR SYSTEMS/ ~ ~ . 514 BIOORNIC CHEMISTRY GA °P Ta • 1977; : Edited by E. E. van Tamelen ' Department of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford. California 1 ! Volume III MACRO- AND MULTIMOLECULAR SYSTEMS A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry: An International Journal A i . 1 Edited by E. E. van Tamelen O CA E~ IC PRESS New York San Francisco London 1977 '4' ~A n ~si -- ` A~71h45cr,r aJ' Ilnrroecrr /tricrr Juruuon•iclt. Publishers ~ . ~
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, t . .....~~.+.:._.....~. _.... .,./..- :+.;Y._,an•_2 ...<..f..i..F.n.~~~.~.+..~a. . ... i ~ ' 50334 3127) :s QD _ 1 305 ~P; des ~ c Ug "1 UE;i, Ivzr (Ed.) ISCENYi1:ILE CHIMISiRY (Oi g$U' C Chemi9try, A Serfers of :IQr.ogrwphw, v. 20) 1971 278 rages AcAderi.c I'rcos ?yew Y~Yik pqo4~0 1 4 a2,7
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P.-o _q IT tTa.va ©gZ R LbT t~ V a V'd a (TZ 'A `vqdsx~ouoY3 30 saT.zaS V •AXIeTG0qa :,YuDa-1p) 'MZSOCiGt1tC TV"•x::T' `o`Ll.ZilIUl ~>... - sYar,sn~~ WZ~ ~-e FoznaEv.-d eaAdcrd ~ 5::C1l3.o.T.~II••'.Z'X T:!>:IS3tid G`NL' ,~^aIC3S V r.:$aPTada~ `i'aA na:i` vQajd olswD~,'oy u:) SO£ ab ((OLE t,EFOS ~ ~
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/ 7 t 50334 3126 MICROBIOLOGY, INDUSTRIAL/LIGNINS/ENZYMES--IMMOBILIZED/PEPTIDES/ ETHYL ALCOHOL FROM CELLULOSICS/FOOD--PRODUCTION FROM WASTES/ FERMENTATION--MICROBIOLOGICAL INVOLVEMENT/FERMENTATION, :INDUSTRIALy. 151 ': An i 1980 Annual Reports . ACADEMIC PRESS :. .. . ... vol. 4_~1_980~ ~ MICHAEL C Fll CKIN EDITED BY on Fermentation Processes I GEORGE T. TSAO ASSOCIATE EDITORS GER . . A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace )ovanovich, Publishers . :New York London Toronto Sydney San Francisco ROBERT K. FINN . ~ ~ i. i
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p 50334 3131 ENDORPHINS/HORMONES/PEPTIDES--BIOSYNTHESIS/ ANNALS OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF SCIENCES Volume 297 ~~_G6Ql fy77 ACTH AND RELATED PEPTIDES: STRUCTURE, REGULATION, AND ACTION Edited by Dorothy T* rieger and William F. Ganong Th ew York Academy of Sciences New York, New York 1977
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i 50334 3128 j AMINO ACIDS--NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE/PEPTIDES/ PROTEINS--NUCLEAR MAGNETIC RESONANCE/ORGANOMETALLIC COMPOUNDS QC ANNUAL REPORTS ON 451 An 1981 NMR SPEC7'ROSCOPY . Edited by G. A. WEBB Department of Chemical Ph ysics, University of Surrey, Guildlord, Surre y, England VOLUME 11A .ii 1981 ACADEMIC PRESS A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers ondn S tow York • Toronto - Sydney San Francisco
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~ ~...-- -- . . r , QP Sol 61- l+ist'~9aR9wF'Sf POR riDO"SIPoI-Yfveesl 19'71 PoL y s Ty t~! _, t. 1 f,:i w CA t+:latr94 i~.'J v iC'caL7Y C; ~'li Editcd by 0 4 0 Q 0 0 1 45 ~O~e c tment of Biochemistry 50334 3123J . f '~ ~.v.F:::.+..t.Ir.:+.:_.+..s: ...:..:~.~-,........:...lA.:.+'.v<~..~.~s3 s. .. ...:es
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! 50334 3105~ QP 601 Co 1974 / 1 . . o rNZYAfrS-._PLP.IFICATYOiv/C[iP,ti',-IATJGIJsT'1iIC PuyAi y3tS--T?"`1'~?;? COR`I'LYltI:S/COFACT.ORS /SUCARS /A'!I~:O ACIt:3--G~:QY:~I::S/pEPTIDE$ I "" NUCLEIC ACIDS- 1:N7Yt•:I1LCC`:IhU{:LEOTID~:S / ' hlellrods in E, nzynrology Ed i to _rs-ltt-ch ic f: Volume ZXYI V SIDNEY P. COLOw iC!: ~-NAT11A1; 'nity Techniques ~~rz~riu Pti~~ fuatiou: Part T ' ``~ EDIIZ:D BY tiYraliant B. Jukolq SECIION ON l?N7.YMLS ANO Cr.LLULAR 11i1K11ED1.STltY NATIONAL INSTITUTES OP IIF.AL111 tIGTn6SlA, MARYIaND ' NAT[CNAL iNSflTUTE OY ARTHMIfIS, Ml-TAROCiSII, A%'U DIGE.c1LVE U1SI:ASES' Illeir Wilchck DElARTMfNT OM b1OPHYSICS Ln: WEIZMANN 1tiSTITUTP. OP SCIENCE REnovOT, ISRAEL b .. y 0f Sti"I ~ . ~~,~ r~'~ ~ V~'1 ACAllr.R•1IC PRESS Ncw York San Ftancisco Locdon 1974 A Stibsfdiary of ilarcourt brace Jovanovic3. P.ubtishcls 0. ::APLA:."7
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/ 50334 3093 A aad.Cnear.111N,2s'us-+2o •u k o w'bctene~r~S* Effect of Modifying the Pcptide Bond on the Sweet Taste XX MeC -80 Pepl~ SMPe ~ of I: Aspartyl-L-phcnylalaninc Methyl Ester and Its Analogues i ~ yv~ocw..~ c........... ........ properties. A large number of analogues have been syn- thesized in an attempt to impr(ve upon these qualities and to understand which structural features are necessary to elicit a sweet taste. It has been demonstrated that, while the N-terminal residue of sweet analogues is restricted to aspartic acidr' or aminomalonic'b acid, the C-terminal Scott A. MacDonald, C. Grant Willson,t• Michael Chorev,t11 Fred S. Vernacchia,t• and Murray Goodmane Departatent of Chemistry;Ve~orily of California. San Diego, La doNa, California 92o'.A7. Received September 21, 1979 A series of anak+tpvace.ytned to assees the importanee of ttx nnide bond in the dipeptide sweetener t-aspar- tyt-t.phuuytalanine methyl e+t.er h~rs been synthesi:ed and tested: The peptide bond was methyleted, replaced by an ester bond, or reversed. All ut these modifications produced compounds that did not have a sweet ttste. We eonclude that the steric. electnroie• and directional characteristicsof the araide bond are essential for biological aetivity in the dipeptide sweetenen. g The artificial sweetener tfaspartyl-l.-phenylalanine 0 mcthyl ester (Asp-Phe-OMe (la)] is not only 150 times _ ~ t N N e/et ~ ~ a . I t.•o ~~~JJJ ts~~i` \~_ ~ a ~ b 3 arbonyl)-t.aspartic acid ;6-benzyl estere to (S)-phenyllactic acid methyl ester with carbonyldiimidazole.7 The methyl ester of (S)-phenyllactic acid (Plac) was prepared by es- a 1 e .. ' ; . 0 4 ~ 0 0` 0 14 4 .~-~ ---~
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t i I 50334 3122 ~ ARI:IV FOR hF.1111 Band 14 nre-7), ~ Cunttnunirtaterl I l\InrrL 11059 hv .f,w%-r •r,.e, Estimation of N-tcrrninall4mino acids in Vcptides t $0 111 Sj By JoHN SJUQvIST The PTH mPthod for estimation of \•terminnl amino ,ICids in IK-ptides d,scri(ed ky Edman (1) undoubtedly is the methtxl of chuiec•. Scveral autl bave noted, however, that bkv this method the yields drerea.'W dm•inq the coi ,d the degradation. Furthermore, multiple spots a1qK•ar on the chromattlgrams fi the degradation mixture, thus confusing the et,•nluntitm. 1:dmnn hns given a pnaLle erplanation to these phenomena in the aI11N•:Irnnce of an intermed during the cyclization of the pheny1 thiocarlulmyl (1'TC) IK-I/tide (2). Accori t,, F,dman this intermediate i-s a:•anilino-b-thiazulintmo dt•rirative, which neil hs the same absorption in ultra violet nor the same RI-vnluev cul ehrumatogn 8, corresponding phenyl thiohydantoin. The thiaztdinone derivative is very unsti jnd can easily be converted to the iKomeric 3•phem•1•'-~•tlhiohydantuin derival by heating or hydroh•ria 1 4 S 2 x .7...7.
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oE s -e1 0: vooeo :,sal, faa;l : iSa-: ., OL!Q ?.'v]'JLt':Z1) a c? Mx a~a a ~ B N z:..-A. . pTI ttz • . . , . ~ ~ . .' (oEtc'._tFGoS I
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i 50334 3124} ;Wt Symposium on Protein Structure, CoZlAye do Frap:ce, :9-57. Symposium on Protein Structure. Edited by Albeit \eu- berger. London, Dtethuen; \ew York, lj'iley 1195Qj 351 p. Illus. 25 cm. 1'Apers tn l:nglisb, (3erman, or )N'rencb. Includes bibliographies. 1 ? 1. Proteins-Congresses. 7. Neuberber, Albert, ed. 1 . ~ j! QP:,51.5(,):, 1957 *5-17.9-2) 517.8 58--10"' ~ Library of Congress t-~Jh1% ~ ~'[+~•n 4 0 4 n 0 0 0 1 4 S 2 4-
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J I t B.EF QD 251 He 1974 -PEPTIDES/PROTEINS/AMINO ACIDS/ 50334 3120 1 , METHODEN DER 5~.,'NT.HESE I'ON`-PEPTIDEN ( W-~ .a10MqiN! fOs ORCxANISCHEN CHEMIE I^:_ F-Wtf.sctf • _...~ ....... • . . 1 .aillaRa7..s..11.Ofs.!•:a.0afa0 ~ - L Y/ERTE.YaLLlG 5EU GPSTALTETE AUFI.AGE O aE 1L 95849..9.sau f./ EUGEN MULLER •..~s..s [.ILOEtMER E.JAEGER pTtlAMat G.WE1CLtERGER E:Nl:ISCII • .Lt...Tatus..ft nrf1.er.si., sa•.LSCE.n.nfeT .ea a.esas,s (O.aDAL.liSt•1M71CfOSltR{7ICa alrsq..OS. Lastat.a.0af 1.). fat.a saMS.aa.a rfTtlssa. f.f • . • ifsQas - ' . . .._ ._ .._.. '•~s ... . . OQRAYER . . . ' a....c...s . IL7dEEONi1\~ . LZIEGLERt . ,, r„;.;,, . .. _._._ ..... .__ ..~......~:rt.•:..w. BAND \Y/ 1) x •S1'NTHESE VON PEPTIDEN 'TEILI . _... _. _ ~ 1f ~ 14 GEORG THIEpiE YERLAG STUTTGART EFi R • ' . P.li'fE1ZEL TEILI • ' iR Mf~..Ka7 •s...a.n.asaa • ._~...~...,~„~.~....~~.:~J ~ . ~ .
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/ 50334 3129 ~ . _ Z. ~bcnsm. Untcra.•Fbn+ch. 159, G5-72 (1975) . l' rgmanu,l fuu c-Tiai IJ 1~T`"--"--' • Originalarbeiten ~; Zusammcnhan;e zwischcn Struklur und Bittcr;cschmack bei Aminosuuren und Peptidcn •, I. Atninosuuren und verwandto Verbindungen Herbert Wieser ttnii FIans-Dicter Bclitz* • Ikutscho Forschungsanstalt fur Lebcnsmittclchemie, 1iCinchcn und Institut fur Lcbcnsmittel- I chemic der Tochnischen liniversitut Jluuchen (B1Lll) Eingcgangcn am 27. Diiirz 1975 VRclations between Structure and Bitter Tusto of Atnino Acids and I'.cptides. I. rlmino Acids and Related Compounds Summary. About GO amino acids, amino acid esters, \'•acyl amino acids. amines, and other related compounds wero tested for bitter taste. The recognition threshoblti are in the range from 100 µ'MolJml (L-2-amino but)ric acid) to 0.5 iaJlol/ml (bcnzamidc). Essential structural rcquirc- tnents for bitter compounds are a lwlar (clectrophilic) group and a hydrophobic one, which must be arranged in a defined manner. The results are summarized in a model which shows the zones of contact between bitter compound and receptor. ., I; . 0 4 0 0 0 0 14 52 9
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i , 50334 3135j ~eptidel'che,nistry. Chemical Society, London. Peptid© chemistry; report of a symposium held ... or March 30th, 1955. Organised by D. H. Hey. Specialist ecii tors: A. D. Jenkins tandl D. F. Elliott. London, 1955. 115 p. diagrs., table5. 22 cw. (Ita Special publication no. 2) Cocer tftle: Symposium on peptide cLemistry. Bibliographical footnotes. 1. Fepttdes. i. Title, ir. Title: Symposium on peptide chemF (Srries) QD-131.C45 1J55c C ~ 547.8 ' Library of Congress ~ (31 I 0 4 tJ A 1l ~ 1 4 S 3 6
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. - u. .,.r-~ . 50334 31 36 t 'i'hc 1=:1:'•-M!u, cYii te1 ?7 Pwal DQ I~{t'i":'y i.!?:.i '•:L12'l 2d ed., GOi??)aCiCZ,, 2'.^, v. i1E:11 yol'ic I1C.;iLGT11C 3.%)~"' ~+ V y v, :.Uue. ?.1,4 cm. Tr:c-11ado 3 t;ibi3.o~rap't~.'. 0 0 q+~Q~a 1 4 S 3-.1
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I , ., ~ 50334.3094 . I XX Me.j -=80 S.P. 7 Masao Kawai; Michael Chorev.2 Janinc i•tarin-Rose.3 and Murray Goodman• DepoKment of Chemistry, University of California. San Diego, La Joffa, California 92093. Received September 21, 1979 . • r . . (Reprinted from the Journal of biedicinal Chemistry, 23.1?0/19801.1 Copyright 0 1980 by the American Chemical Society and reprinted by permission of the copyright owner. Pebl-We wteteners. '. Hydroxy and Methoxy Substitution of the Aromatic Ring in L-Aspartyl-L-phenylalatrine Methyl Ester. Structure-Taste Relationships A seeies of analogues of the dipeptide sweetener t.-asp°rlyl-L-phenylalanine methyl cster having hydroxy and/or ptethoxy substitution on the aromatic ring was synthesized and tasted. The introduction of a methoxp eroup in tlte para position of the aromatic ring of the peptide sweetener is crucial to the reduction or destruction di the sweet taste. The effects of substituents in the ortho or mete position are not as pronounced. In the case of o-methoay substitution, the resulting analogue is only slightly less ewcet than the parent dipeptide sweetener. Following the accidental discovery' that t.-aspartyl-r.- phenylalanine methyl ester (l) is intensely swect, several groups have studied the structural requirements necessary for sweet taste. The zwitterionic N-terminal ftmction must possess either a six-or five-membered zwilterionic ring as In 1.-aspartylt or (RS)-a-aminnmalony1`a residues. re- spectively. The C-terminal residue is more tlexible in its structural requirements and can accommodate a large variety of amino acid esten'-s and antide..10 In order to maximize sweetness, it is necessary to have a certain dissimilarity in size of the hydrophobic groups located on the a carbon of the C-terminal residue. The orientation of these groups should correspond to the con- ligurational arrangement fouttd in 1: phenylalanine methyl ater (1) such that the large group corresponds to the 04 A.O0 0;1 4 4 9 4 \ benzyl aide cbain and the small group corresponds to t methoxycarbonyl structure. Our previous studiest~ dentonstrated the importance of the peptide bond whi eonnects the N-terminal zwitterionic part and the C-t, minal hydrophobic portion. Any ntodification of t peptide bond results in the complete loss of sweetne In this paper, we present a study of the effects of t droxy and methoxy mono- and disubstitution at varic positions on the aromatic ring in the dipeptide sweeter 1. Results from these compounds should refine our presc understanding of the sweetener's hydrophobic portiu Synthesis. The general synthetic epproach used in t' paper was to couple d•benzyl N-(benzyloxvcarbonyt) aspartateU to the appropriate aromatic-substituted p1 nylalanine methyl esters with either N,Y=dicyclohe: !
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i j , ~ QD ~ 431 C 50334 3139 ~Y~p~i~oe- i~e~:terium exchange. r Chemical Society, London. Peptide chemistry; report of a symposium held ... or March 30th,1055. Organised by D. lI. Hey. Specir.list edi tors: A. D. Jenkins tandl D. F. Elliott. London, 1955. 115 p. diagrs., tables. 22 cm. -(Its Special public(ition no. 2) Cover title: Symposium on peptide chemistry. BibliograpLicul foutnotes. (Series) QD131.C45 1955c ~ 547.8 1. Peptides. i. Title. ii. Title: Symposium on peptide chemistr~ Library of Congress " A 5G-181' , .•.-.-.•,.~e~r....,...yrr.r,.~.!i+..a....~ 4 5 qo
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R•1 ,jeptides-,-Chemistry.~~- 50334 3134 300 Ba 2c. Dsck, Nutt-s-n (ed.) PtIARHACOI,OGY GY.liO.tT:ONAL . PO:.YI'I:PrID£5 A ID P7;O:L,:+S, Cd:.ted by IiathaEn I3acic, Lucisno !lRrtini, ac!d Rodolfo PBolnt2i. (Advances in F.xppriwr,.nlai. Mndicine a^.3 3I-o2og„ v. 2.) 1968 660 pZgea P1Quum Press New Tork, H. Y. p 4 0 Q tl ~ 1 4 S 3-._ S
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;., 50334 3138 I QD l URAMYL ~EPTIDES/PEPTIDES--CHEMISTRY/LONGIFOLENE AND DERIVATIVES/ 245 HOMOISO,f~,~AVANONES/PHENALENONES/CHEMISTRY, ORGANIC/ Fo - y - 1981 Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffe Progress in the Chemistry of Organic Natural Products Founded by L. Zechrneister Edited by W. Herz, H. Gri.sebach, G. Vy Kirby Authors: Springer-Verlag P. A. Ca_-dby, R. G. Coohe, J. M. Edwards, W-Jen New York 19 91 tit-:15teiler, C.W. Jef f ord, E. Led erer, P. Lefrancier, Sukh Dev, Ch.Tamm !dF . 3 sy 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 39
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I f ....\ 50334 3151 ~ i i 1 _._.._._._..._ ~._.L __ . . _>_.~ s:.:r....._~ ___....,..__ . r.._ Qn 431 A . . . ,;~. Advances in protein chemistry. v. 1- Aew 1 orl:, Academic Press, 1J•14- v. tlins., dlagrs. 2-4 cm. F.ditors: 19•14- \f. I. Ansoe (with J. T. Edsall, 1044- 3.7 Edsall and K. Ilailey, 10 Itvnta:es: Subject indez. Vols. ]-3, 1911 46, in v. 6. 1. Proteins. i. Anson, ifortitner Louis, ed. Ql)431.A3 f") 517.8 44-5853 Idbrary of Congress i5WW5i t~qnQ n~ ~ 4 5 52
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50334 3152 i. t~..a...:a.:..r+............-....._ QD 431 Bo K -RQptides--~-Synthesi3 . by aiu3at7 BJdTCa:.r:y ca-{ 294 :'r.gss r'4tilll3heK0 Nyu York ~ 4 0 0 11 0 1 4 5S-, 3
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., r r t 50334 3146, Art Peptides fhaft 4661" 300 ~a'sD3~~~ t rb z..'. aES Ba 2c . Eack, Nathan (ed. ) Y}MR"L&CuLOaY Ol' li0}2~ti10.\AI. 1sOLYPkPTZIIQS AND F°GiZZNS, ediCcd by 2».than Ftzc'r;, Luciano liaxtir.i, ,ad Rodolfo pcolotft.. (A(IJAnCaA in F,xo~ri.rQ~C~I Mm'd<Ci.^.r EIILd Biolcp~, v. 2.). 1968 660 pr.Eea P1cn = I'ress New York, N. Y. U 4 t3 Q t1 ~j 1 4 5 4 7 -._.-..,
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1 13ew York, Interscience Publishers, 1960s v. diagrs. 24 an. 0 4 0 0 t) 4 1 4 5 5, 1 l r-; Peptides--Synthesis, '.v„<3.: ;~ Advances in organic chemistry: methods and results, V. I-
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o'~ t U U t~ U t' t? O vcte: 2ul.cfm .2at{cI'v3 nE10no G." "d 0;-q 85+5Y •sla"lI °}i •r.~r r~oli '~rl •1 St '(•eitbTat;*aj. ruu avyiloi=ptrl•I ~I v=oA °~CcriL.~o~t;c:a.xt~~ .z);ic'd JO %e=RFMii) i:'[0:`IG:;I:n^J I allie'~3 °:IZIi~7V',:;~~LV1iUaII~21~iXc'1d .',`.IrJ ii~f?L(I~t:rit , >-: S1DlE bEEOS '
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J.~ .a..1.A.!A'L~~a! W~Y+ r .-.. . A . w....... ~ ~... '.w.-.....r r~.. . .y......~...~~ti.af Ii1~aL~?OCK OF BIOC~::yIISTRY, Selected AatA for Q23':olecular Tiology. So 1~;VwR vuzicus'sy pnQsci The Ctiemical P.ubbrr Co. Cleveland, Uhio . ' ...I & Sober, Ucrbcrt A. . (cd. ) 123 So q ~Pept:ides -;-~=.arldbook-._~? ~>,, - 50334 1' Ref. 3140 ~ ~ - -. U 4 n 4 na 1 45 4
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i r~4 50334 3137 _. . _. _ J "N l1 ~''~f ..fyW ~ ~ ' .~.i..:.:.-.....•.v~..~..y.L.n;.:t1g,L............:i~~. .~.L .w... _ ~- Y.` IN rNZYMCILnuY - ):?ORS•1N-CHIb:!* -:vick NaQ1:,r1 0. f; apIan - ~8 '~~Psr P. C~sliWtC~ o A- ditllrC4 iN -r'u.s,7uolo,y Vclrcvu XXV ~~r~~~rrc Sh.-ccCrcre Purt.l3 RDITRD BY C. N. 1 V. Ilirs • , IVtKWN w' WOI.O,ICV. 6CICNCLe 1\bL{:fA UNIVLY]ItT . ~ . . • 1fA0T1lYLTOY, INOL%NA Scrge A'. TimashefJ" 6t1nrATti DL`A.•1AtFt 0t ):nC1U-NISi1tT l\ \ : `LISr+ . l\\:`LIS fr © . VNIYI'.6SlTT .. w~ WALTNAN. >f.l9.iAC11V5a! ' ACADEMIC PIt "LSS New York and Lundun =~
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I ~ ~ . 50334 3142 i III Sc The Application of PyTolysis : Methylation and Esterification to the Mrst. J. Uum., 1974, 227. 393-7 j'1Vlass Spectrometric Sequencing of Small Peptides G. At. Schier and B. Halpern Department or Chemistry, Wollongong University College, Wollongong, N.S.W. 2500. Abstract • -- The derivatization of peptides for mass spectrometric sequencing involves treatment with trimethyl• utilinium hydroxide and methyl trifluoroaectate, followed by pyrolytic conversion to the correspond- ing TFA-pcptide esters in the solid probe tip of a mass spectrometer. The mass spectra of TFA- peptide esters obtained by the pyrolysis procedure are essentially identical to reference spectra obtained from TFA derivatives prepared by conventional esterification procedures. Introduction Because of their very low vapour pressure and their susceptibility to thermal decomposition, free peptides are normally subjected to chemical modification before mass spectrometric sequencing is attempted. The direct insertion of samples into the ion source makes it possible to examine peptide derivatives with intact amide bonds and all recent mass spectrometric sequencing has been done on N-protected peptide esters. The most widely used derivatives for this purpose are the trifluoroacetyl(I;FA)- .-~.*,,..~.~~ , ....-........~.r..r..~. s~-^.•.~...+.^~,...-- ~^"+".n+t"+!._ ~ ~. . . . /-, ~ . - . .. . . . :.: ~ 04 0 1 A5 43 ,. <
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~s ,~ , ePar t~ L Springall, H D The structural chemistry of proteins. New York, Aca- demic Yress,1954. 376 p. illus.. 22 cm. Includes bibliography. Q,D431.S 7 4 *547.92 547.8 54-1273G 1 l. Proteins. i. Title. Library of Congress ! ~ = - 5Q334 3158 tittxosis: -~ $ Q 4 R 0 n~ ~~ 5 S-, 9
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t 50334 315?) f `~W -, vyv~: {: ~.4",FSa ..+:`.. ~~:~ 43]. :=Pe~~~~es:=5ynthesis, 2nd ed. ri - .:4~.... , . Meiseer, Alton Biocher~iotxp of the r.raf:~o zcicts. t~ew Yor~, Acedcraic rress, 1957. 485 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliogrzphies. a 4 0 0 A 0 1 45 5 8
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t f 50334 3156J Fox, Sidney W Introduction to protein chemistry ibyl Sidney jY. Fox and Joseph F. Foster. New Yorlr,lYiley 119b7, 4.`+9 p. illus. 24 cm. Includes bibliography. 1. 1'rotetns. r. Foster, Joseph F., joint author. u. Title: Pro- tein chcmlstry. Q,D431.FG9 (~ 547 57-13442 t T.ibrary of ~'rongress ~' t5Ss201 ~ 4 ~ 4 0 0 1 4 5~.y
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i , f 50334 3148~--•=--~`...__~. ~ents• rpeptides -Rearrange D Q ~ I 258 Hr~yo, PEuSl de, ad. ;_~1~aca3.ar :earrmnna~a: n. Nsw rork, Intcsr-scden•::: Publ.ichura 0Su3-6y, 2 t•. (xtL, 1244 p.) diaSra., tablca. 24 em. Bibl.ic,xapleicnl footrotca. --.-~r,-r---- . . . . . . ~~:- ., . - 0 4 n 0 0 0 14 5 4-,9
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, 50334 3147 BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ _,.:. :..._... _,_....._.. . _ NEUROCHEMISTRY/PEPTIDES--PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECT/NEURONS--PHYSIOLOGY/ QP 361 Ba 1980 , THE ROLE OF PEPTIDES IN NEURONAL FUNCTION. edited by JeHery L. Barker , T. G. Smith, Jr. Ubmbry ot N&wwtwd6bW rabwnm wanuft a Nsuroloplcal Df,orases ama scoa Nauorni wntutss a Hsal& MARct1. DF7UMt nac. - - I*- Vxt ard saw ,
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i 50334 3154 :: . . . . ~~~: _..>.....a...._..,.,~„w~~a_-».._.< ._,....~...._....__..~~ ...._._-.~_ t..~r.~..~s.~.~....... _.,..,._...~..:n_._ 245 r v~ptido~---Synthesia ;=v.'J3 , ._.~ Fortschritte dc: Chen;ie organischer Ilatursto{f,,. Pconres in the chemistry of organic natural products. Pro;res d:;n: la chimie des substances organiques naturelles. 1.-- BC Wien, Springer-Verlag tetc.l 1J38- r. illus. 24 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L. 7.echmeister. 1. Chemistry, Orgnnic-Perlod. r. Zechwetster, LIISa16, 1889- ed. QD241.F6 A C 39-1015 rev' Minnc-oota. Uni.. Libr ' for Library of Cougress tr54pljt ~ 4 n 0 n Q 1 4 5 Sr, 5
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1 1 50334 3153 2Peptides=}S thesis. ,F~ a..::..,..r._~....:.-,;.. _._. Chemical Society, London. Peptido chemistry; report of a symposium held ... or March 30th, 1955. Organised by D. H. Hey. Specialist e.ii. tors: A. D. Jeid.-ins tandi D. F. Elliott. London, 1955. 115 p. diagrs., tables. 22 cm. "(Ita Special publication no. 2) Cover title: Symposium on peptide chemistry. Bibiiographical footnotes. ` ~ . ~ ~ i . 1. Peptides. i. Title. it. Title: Symposium on pepttde chemistry (Series) 56-151: ~ QD431.C-15 1955c ;r ) 547.8 f •..., f Library of Congress (8) 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 5 4 .
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RC 585 Pe 50334 3161 ~- 11"~ tiIF~:1:S SITT,VITY DXSEASES 07 TSE LUNGS DIUE TO Ptli2GI AND C: G.IXIC DUSTS (aiunofixnphs in lUZerSy, Vol. 4) 1969 S. Karger 147 Pages New York
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r, I >...v . .. • i . ~2.~_........ 50334 3160 , PROTEI??S/F.SCTtF.RiCHiA COLI f,f'1'TOCHRO*fE C/ PHOTOSYNTHESIS/PHOSPHORYLATI(1N/HF." THIAMIN/VITAMIN Bt/CYTOKI,IINS/P.FnO'C CHEMTSTRY OF t,4-niHYnRC~(~COTINIC ACID DERIVATIVES/STEROID~ .H('RMONES/PORpHYP.INT/PEPTIDYT. TRANSFF.RASET TRANSITI(1N METAL IONS. REACTION WIT}T AMINO ACIDS,&0LIC0?RPTIDFS/ NICOTINAMIDE, DIHYDRO-/ QP 514 ,Ta 197R . BIOORGANIC CHEMISTRY Ediled by E. E. van Tamelen Department of Chemistry Stanford University Stanford, California Volume IV ELECTRON TRANSFER AND ENERGY _ CONVERSION; COFACTORS; PROBES A treatise to supplement Bioorganic Chemistry: An International Journal _ 0.4~Q 0 d 0 1 4 5 6 ~ i f , ~; Edited by R F. van Tamelen
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, t 50334 3162 RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 75 IX Tu Tuyns, A.; Jensen, 0.; Pomeau, M. Y. (Centre Int. Recherche Cancer, Lyons, Fr.; Inst. Nat. Sante Recherche Medicale, Le Vesinet) INDIVIDUAL CONSUMPTION OF ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES AND TOBACCO IN SAMPLE POPULATION OF ILLE-ET-VILAINE, FRANCE.'' ~ *(La Consommation IMR-i'1duelle de Boissons Alcoolisees et de Tabac Dans un Echantillon de la Population en Ille-et-Vilaine.)* Rev. Alcool. 21 (No. 2) 105-150 (1975) (in French) / *1975, No. 22, W 8032* *d* Tobacco analysis (economics) (medicine) ; 0 4 o A n 0 14 5 6 3
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) 1 : 50334 3144 LR ^t'z f i~+r'~'~".'aAPt .~'t"+R` sJr 403 ~~"`!'ep~;des--Medicinai''.Oheaiistip,~i~e•rature,~v.6 E11i.a, G. P. PRt3.''~IIESS YIZ IIEDICIM CRE?ixSTRY, Vola. 1-6, by 0. P. ElZio e:.:d G.. B. Wast 1961-63,65,67,69 6 Vola. ButterWorth & Co. London 0 4~ 0 tl ~p 14 5 4 5
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. t t 50334 3164) TOBACCO--CONSUt•iPTION--GERMANY/ CIGARS/PIPE TOBACCO/ XI Me1-78 S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI Mei-78 s.p. Euler, M. *(no affil.)* P3:T. CAPITA CQNSUMPTION OF FOOD PRODUCTS AND STIMULAN'TS, IN ..GERMAIN"Y, TH,EN A16 ltOk' *(Pro-Y.opf-Verbrauch an Nahrun~s- und GerIuBmitteln einst und jetzt.)* Verbraucherdienst 23, 9-15 (1978) (in German with English summary) ~ A statistical study including the following tables: Age breakdown ' of German population, 1900-1975; per capita corrsumption of the fallowingi '; stimulants in Germany: Cigars, 1925-1976; Cigarettes, 1910-1976; Cut ~ tobacco, 1925-1976; Pipe tobacco, 1925-1976; as well as alcohol, coffee ~ ' and tea. Two other tables give similar data for various food products; ~ a final table give expenditures for various items, including tobacco ~ products as percentage of total expenditure for all food products arrd stimulants. 40-0 1 4 S6S 0,40..
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IX Un -8A S P 2 . 4 RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET IX Un2 80 s.p. Tobacco Institute Testing Laboratory, Washington, D. C., U. S. PER -CIGARETTE AND 'PER ~PUFF'bATA:'t' lAI~RET-SIJIPLL=zV0:~P2b =Vrables. Tobacco Inst. Testing Lab., Washington, D. C., variously paged (1980) English) A7~. 2 S"" ~ 1 S t l~. *Keywords:* tar, smoke, constituent; nicotine, smoke, constituent; . _~.vater, smoke, constituent; " TPM, smoke, constituent. . 50334 3167 j ,
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l 50334 3173 ) Watson,R.M.; . RJR CLASS i`!0 . TEXTBOOK TS 2240 Wa 1980 ---- ..~,.~..-~-~----; Doctoral dissertation.~Louisiana State University & Agricultural College. 1980 University MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, MI.80.(IN : ENG.) ISN = 3513 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 7 4
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, 50334 31771 i . ...,. .. .._ . PSYCHOMETRICS/TASTE/SMELL/PERCEPTION/! STATISTICAL ANALYSIS/ r l BF 30 Ba 1978 PDDL FU N DAME NTALS OF SCALING - ~ AND WILEY SERIES IN BEHAVIOR KENNETH MncCORQUOI)ALE, Editor University of Minnrsola l~SYCHOPHYSICS I 1Oh1N %YIIEY & JOHN C. BAIRD Dartmouth College Hanover. New Hampshire 'ICIP-1 ELLIOT NOMA ' Univcrsity ot Michigan }yl Mbur, Michigan .~ i ~ A N1LEY-1!ITERS(:IF:NCE Pl'DIACAT10\ SONS, new York • Chichester . Bn 94'aonQt.4578
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~ 50334 3170, ,~Qn .~ 251 Pa Ptstai, Saul (ad.) IHL CHiXE5"I'ItY 0• CtA=XYLXC ACIDS AM B+TII;S (Y2ia Chcmictry of Functioua]l Groups) 2969 1155 hages Iuterocl.enoo ftbliG}acsura Fsw York ~ ~ ~ ~ - ' s' ~ ~ ~ . . . . . . . .J~ . . ~ .. .~ V ~ 1I Q n •J 1 4 S -`.` 1
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i r Ut 123 50334 3174' . ~ a....~ ....~.......e... _ .>e. snr.a-.a,.r_Jt. _w- P~~h Gysel, l:einrich. Prozenttabel.e:, organischer Verbindungen. Tables of percentage cor::position of or,;anic cUmpound.q. C-H-C, C-H-N, C f i-G-N, C-H, C-Ii-S, C-B.-O-;y, C-H-N-S, C-H-O-N-S. Basel, Birkhauccr,1951. sztt p., 637 p. of tablc& 25 cm. Title also 1n Frcnch. Text !n Qt,man, EndlisD, and I`ranch. 1. Chemletry, Organfe-Tablea, ctc. L'L`ltle. nr. TSCIe: f'ern:n- tage composition of organic compoundy. QD291.G9 b47 Harvard Unly. Ltbrary ~ for Library of ConEreya 13jt A N--sM 0 4 C1 0 0 :0 1 45 7 5
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t 50334 3181 ~ MEMORY/ gEHAyIQRAI. SCIENCE/ PERSON MEMO -Y: Edited by / The Cognitive Basis o cial ;~ercepijon r 4 Ma LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES. PUBLISHERS 1980 Hillsdalc, New Jer.ey 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 8 2 REID HASTIE Harvard University THOMAS M. OSTROM Ohio State University ~. EBBE B. EBBESEN University of California, San Diego ROBERT S. WYER, JR. University of Illinois at Urbana-Champ DAVID L HAMILTON University of California. Santa Barbara DONAL E. CARLSTON University of Iowa
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50334 3175 OWIPM =., sx . . , • 7'Q " fif.. „a' " 3~ ~ :' • 'Y: 1 v ~ ~+ s: e .,t.;.+. i a a v .. . ~.. .....:. v .. .. . ... c r• e 0 4. 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 7 -.--b 1 :i~1~up
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1 ~ 75 XI Ge EAST GI;RMANY--T013ACC0 CONSCMPT1U:1/TOBACC0--C0PdShPtPTION--TsAST GI?R,`tANY/ RJR CLASS NO. PA,% II'i1LET XI Ce German Democratic Republic, East Germany bxlM" 6PRMl+t''D-RMOCELtTTG=R~:PU9L- P *(Pro-1Copf-Verbrauch an Zigaretten in der DDR.)* Leber.snittel-Ind. 21 (No. 10) 460 (1974) (in German with English abstract) *1975, No. 3, W U$* *d* Tobacco economics: . 04A0t10 1 4 5b4
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SENSES AND SENSE ORGANS--AGING/VISION/TASTE /HEARING/ OLFACTION/PERCEPTION/SENSORY EVALUATION/ QP 458 Co 1981 State University of New York, Cordand SYSTEMS } ANDI I John F. Corso, Ph.D. AGING Distinguished Professor of Psychology 13 l Y and Chairman Department of Psychology SENSO1 ~ ~E]PTI®N PRAEGER SPECIAL STUD~.ES • ~'RAEGER SCIENTIFIC .f l a P%- "A a a. 0 4' 0 Q n o 1- 4 58 1
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! 50334 3156, PERCEPTION/COMMUNICATION/PSYCHOLINGUISTICS/LEARNING/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ STRESS/ BF Lindsay, Peter H.; Donald A. Norman 30 liUN1AN INFORMATION PROCESSING, AN INTRODUCTION TO PSYCHOLOGY Li • 2nd edition ~ 1977 Academic Press, New York
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i 50334 3184 )- REHAVTORAL SCTF:Vr,F./SPVST:S ANT) SF.:vSATTni/TASTR-..ptTYSTDT.DRY/DDORS--PSYCitnT,OF:Y/ HF.ARI?vC/VTSTnV/PF.RCF.pTTnN/T.RARWIHG, FTt1KtAH/MnTIVATTnu/ WOODWORTH & SCHLOSBERG'S BF 69S K1 1971. 2 C. EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY m b Ean on J. W. i<LING & `~ LORRIN A. RIGGS BFown University rv York t Chicago xurcal • Toronto • seventeen contributors HOLT, RINEHART AND WINSTON, Inc. San, Francisco •" AUanta • Daltas Wndon • SdneYoGiC.w~ 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 5 8 5
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50334 3189; ...... OTION/FLAVORANTSNEFORMATION/FOOD-LFLAVORANTS%SMEL PERCEP L/BEGERAGES% MAILLARD,REACTION/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ TP Flavour 'V1 ~ 958 Sc 3rd Weurman Symposium 1981 Proceedings of the international Conference, Munich April 28-30,1981 Editor Peter Schreier Walter de Gruyter - Berlin - New York 1981 0 4 0 0 o 0 114 S 9 0
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i a , . 0 50334 3179) SENSES AND SENSATION/SMELL/TASTE/ QP 458 Co 1979 PDDL vPeecev4EOnz STANLEY COREN UNIVERSITY or BRITISH COlUMB1A CLARE PORAC UNIVERSITY OF VICTORIA LAWRENCE M. WARD UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ACADEMIC PRESS -~~ NEW YORK ~- SAN FRANCISCO ~ A SUBSIDIARY OF HARCOURT BRACE IOVANOVICH, PUBLISHERS ~eeo,l ~O)V/ Sensaflon
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- ~_-_.. _._. ..... - 50334 3171 FILTER-TIP C:GAitETTE5--FII'TERING ACTION/ I3•VIII •`ie CIGARETTEG--FILTERI RJR CL~tcg ~:0. P~-"-rtILET 73 ti'iII "~ I OF ACETh:c 4tarkLsyai:, 1, t~~:.t.~t . E`' . SpR1'TIC~ ~ ROPE C(!*-*- C~ZiSh absCr- E7ci.... c.) ,,T r rn~ , ^,r~)( n %'•l:Sfiian ,oi h "ILT:-r, 5) 3~ ' t ~' cc:~~tit;:=n.. - rhf.~ .w 3,4-Sc.. or; ~,;,,tituen . tiic ^ a e i a n . v ddit F~Y•ural, . "'~" t,c, fi:tet tc cta , - . Cellu'0- ` . _,..----~-- .~-.---*~ --~.__.._._.._ ..-- ., . .---_r . . . . .. . . . . 0.4 0 0 t~c~ ~4 5 7x
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50334 3166J .,,7l,1'~~_ • ~ir~.;i:'iJ a av'~ c~ ~ ..U~~}~~p'y„~s ij -~. _~i~~N;r ~J~~~•~QP3.''y~~F~~:~iliVJ~1CJ!'lA~iy'Vlli`•~:V1.11'1 tt'iVV~•'i~,~~:'~.~. h .~7 ~•~e~ ~ 3A~y~.~L~• ;. n Y... try~~ FOR - ~ •- Z~ 1': x~j..1.i ttS~c:~e.~1_a:J 1 ,'O1. ~.~, 'r.~...•a.T . ry ~ H r~r~}1~~.T+•~{ n.~ ~+!~ 11^'~" !l~i.l~i~•.~:'J L~U:°•Ll`..a.7 F.~':;n~~~. r`.•:t~7ft '.i~~.3k-7,:~~',e ;~~ (1I0, 27) It ~ . . r ~.CV^+i; r.MeY~wwRV+f!'~.!TR!'~'q'~ a 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 s6 7
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, 50334 318 3~ I ;.- 475 Ki 1981 foreword Douglas R. Hofstadter backword * Jef Raskin . SYMMETRY/VISUAL PERCEPTION/PERCEPTfON%CALLIGRAPHY/ 9 I(1 Ve rS ion S by Scott Ki m a catalog of calligraphic cartwheels 70 Main Street, Peterborough, N.H. 03458 BYTE Books A division of McCraw--Hill 0 4 t3 ` A ~' ~- ~f~--~--4 ~---,g_--~---.~` ~ . ~ ~~-x 7-.
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50334 3185~ r * ~ .r..._~.-.__ ,._ ......__..._._._....._.._.... 9 1 Tactile pattern erce tion~ ' ~ ception, 1981, volume 10, pages 5-27 Jack M Loomis Fer % Department of Psvchotogv. University of California, Santa Barbara, California 93106. USA Received 26 September 1979. in revised form 15 November 1980 - • . . . . . .. . . . . . .... .. . ... -...Y . . . _ _ . . . . . ..~._ • _ . _..- . Abstraet. Because efforts to use the cutaneous sense for conveying speech and visual information have met with only partial wccest, it would be useful to understand better the pattern•sensing capabilities of touch. This paper is an account of the sensory and perceptual factors known or hypothesized to limit the tactile perception of simple two-dimensional patterns, with speciaf attention to the limited spatial bandwidth of touch. . I Introduction Interest In tactile pattern perception has grown in the past decade and a half as the result of the development of a number of prosthetic devices for the deaf and blind that convert speech or optical patterns into tactile patterns. Even though a few of these devices, most notably the Optacon (Bliss 1969; Linvill and Bliss 1966), have been moderately successful in providing the sensorily handicapped with useful Information, research with them has reinforced the conclusions of earlier investigators (DeGowin and Dimntick 1928; Major 1898; Zigler and Barrett 1927; Zigler and ' - ~. _ ~ . .-. .. ..TT.~-..n-..~...-.w~...-w.•+ . . . --~_ t I
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50334 3178 f VVolume III: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 ./Volume IV: Hearing. 1978 rVolume V: Seeing. 1975 v Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 +'Volume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 &/Volume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 '' Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 rVolume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 i/Volume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 QP 360 Ca University of California, Los Angeles ~ Volume I: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 LoS ,4ngeles, California ; Volume II: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 - 4- GC PD Dl- -.x o~ / , HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTIOti f 1/,T-r- EDITORS: Edward C. Carterette and Morton P. Friedmart Department of Psychology 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`(, PHY4IQLQGICAL, V. I--X/SENSES AND SENSATION, V. I--X/SMELL, V.VIA/ TASTE, V Y,III /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,UIII/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV/PAIN V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVORANTS--SENSO~Y EVALUATION V. X/ 0 4'00n 0•14S79
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i ~ 50334 3176 1 v Y x +°JWPERc=Arx*Fmo M.M"' 10 11+ ?L'Lta2 oqs~l7VLt117J.~Ci'~:Vl''I~r YJ : i°~+Y't2'suG.'Z . NAR ~-. t~ ~ \:. ~ ~i'c'.ti Yt*I ~J.~.:.d~. .-.P•al:.y~ ~ . N 2».:lVi...L.t+ ll:.~ :.Vatu~.'a.'L ' SE!L U:;i~0, CC;JP:"j, 7;3 U:Oa ::r...1 taI L ~ •n t +•Y + MUN ..Ci4Ui0c~ AT s.ati~ .) ~.A ~r t ~I:I .~r. ~71~l ~ ~ lr ~1 ' !' . . . :~:Im:o I.akdsi::i tx4 ii1saso Ci:r.. F.hatc±::vct ftmarts p p i , 0 4n 0 n Ca 1 4 5 7 7. :. '
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5033a~,`319 1' RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK G!P 455 No 1981 Norris,D. M. (ed.); ~~i,,?A°41 T~.~~lr ~ff;:'_zt0&*;''~i .Elseuier North-Holland BioMedical 10017.1981. Press.New York, New York ISN = 3976 0 4 0 0 n o 1 4 S 9 2 ,
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i 50334 3172 UNIVFRSITY 71F nx,T.1HnWA HFAT,TH SrTF*TrES SFF • DISSRRTATIn*1S--tT!vT.VFRSITY nF nKLAHnMA HFAT,TH Srlr',TrF.S/STT;F.SF PSYCHOSOMATIC Ii.T.uFSS/ -F11V'T°nVfF'~TTAT. NFAr'r'tl DiSSERTATInxS--1T'~TVFRSITYF nF nKT.AH0'4A NF!1T,TU Sf:TF•*IOFS! • 77-16,748 . \ RC • SMITH. Douglas Carter, 1946- PERCEIYED EtwIROtUdErITAL CFikNGES At1D iLLpESf ~ 49 ' BEHAVIOR. • Sm : ;. . The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences 1977 }.• Center, Ph.D., 1977 . Health Sciences, general Xerox University Microfilms, Ann tioo..WChz aa,.a1os cO 1977 DOUGLAS CARTER SMITH ALL RIGHTS RESERVED ~ 0 4 0 0 0-0 14. S•7 3
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( 50334 3192 - . BEHAVIOML SCIENCE/EMOTIONS/ BF 30. Ad 1979 if' r r ~ ~ ADVANCES IN THE STUDY OF COMMUNICATION AND AFFECT Volume 5 ,~N DrOT l=1 ~R~~ Edited by Patricia Pliner, Kirk R. Blankstein, and lrwin M.Spigd adn&k cona. !/eNe.dty of roroelo Ilutrantr•. a,rslo. an.a. PLENUM PRESS • NEW YORK AND LONDON Q 1{ ~ ~ ~ ~ 1 A 9 3 r h, U~~.U.4%..~ J f i~
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i I t -- ........ ~ _._~. _ ..~,.•.-.... .~........... ..~........,~..r......,.c....+....r~....._w..r...... ~.•.. C11E:•'I5'CRY, TECHt1ICAL- PICTInivARIES . VO1.S.1-6/NATURAL GA£/TAR/HYDROCAR$Oi3S/ PETROLT:Ut•i/F:F.FINERY PF.O(T:SSES, PEPF.OLEU"i/HYDP.OCAP.BONS, CEILORINATED/EXNLOSIb'ES/ o~ FLUORINE CO*U'OUNnS/BRO1dINE COMPOiR1DS/IODINE CO`iFOUNDS/ALCOHOLS/ETHERS/OXIBES/ ~ ALDrF1YDI:S/ACETALS/KETG':drs/ICETENF.S/QUINONES/CARBOXYLIC ACIDS/T:STERS/DYES/ ~ ~ NITROGLN CODtrOUNDS;OF;C!.AhYC/SULFUR CorTOUNDS, ORGANIC/ORGANOMXTALLIC CO'KPOUIDS/ GANIC/PERACID~`YESTERS/ S/PEROXIDES OP } rr , . ~l'I;/NOLS/HALIDES/ANIIYDRIDE 'rS~,}IpI EtV ASP11f'Lfi/ kn REF CIIEt1ICAI. TECIINOLOGY : A"J ENCYCLOPEDIC TREAT`dENT. TP The Economic Application of r:odern Technological Developments Based upon 9 a work original3y devised by the late Dr. J. F. van Oss. • Ch . General Editor / q79- VOLiTtV ,4: TETROLEL''t, CI'.^A.\IC .C'II:*'ICALS A'JD PLASTICS- 1972 r•J.IJ. van Thoor C': I13'i~ I :~z•t'lOZK BARNES&NOBLE BOOKS (a division of Harper & Row Publishers. Inc.) .~,..r...- t........-...,.... . .~.., .-,~ ~ .............. ..~-.-. ..--..~....•..,..r-.*~.-.r~..,~..r...... 0 4 0 0, n 0 ~ 4. S 7 p 'r.
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I , t 50334 3190 RJR CLASS NO. TEXTBOOK TS 2240 De 1978 Delaney,J.W.; 19990#UDW-UnMAMM. OKER99M, - mymE`mft Doctoral dissertation. Hofstra Univ. 1978 Univ. MicrofilMs International.Ann Arbor, M1.78,(IN : ENG.) ISN = 6277
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*41 i i l r ~ 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 5 S 50334 3188 ) ) 1 f } ; BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/SENSES AND SENSATION/ BERCEPTION'/PSYCHOBIOLOGY/ 36~ THE BRAIN Re 1979 2 c• The Last Frontier -. RICHARD M. RESTAK, M.D. DOUBLEDAY & COMPANY, INC. GARDEN CITY, NEW YORK 1979
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50334 3195 72 X Y.o SMOKIrG HI:BITS--STL'DENf5/ SMOKING HABIT' --PSYCY.OLOGY/ _.r..`...__.,._.........._ _._._._.._...-_......_._.~.. _.......__.. -.._......_._......-. RJR CLASS Y0. PAMPHLET 72 X Ko Koenig, F. (9'ul, r.e Univ., Orleans, La., U. S.) Percc, tual. :'lotor S1:i l ls 3'+ (tio. 2) f,21-22 (1972) (in F:n£lish) _ . . ~ _,_.... . , ....~,..~.,..~-...r ~ •ti-... ,...,.,.,,~..~.- . "--~, . . - . - o d 0 Qn i U 14 S. 9 b , ~ r,
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V . . . 3193 [50334 .._. . ._ 40FSTRA UNIVERSITY--nISSF.RTATIONS see 1fiISSRRTATMNS --HOFSTRA lT"?IVF.RS7q'Yjl TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKI*IG HAR7TS--PSYCHOTA(:Y/ 78-6162 TS 2240 •Ca 1978 1950- abeth Kassay Eli . z f1,RLL, .~NE`gi~lt~'~;AiEtf#E~ ~ PER~PS7 ~~f F -E, CMN ' 1 ~t E ~~~ ~ tlofstra Lfiiversity, Ph.D., 1978 psyrholo•;y, social I Univers+.ty Microfitms Intern3tionat.,&v•Arw•ucNoanu'o6 O 1978 (1`Uv'. . ELIZAEEIII KASS/lY CARLL -re 0 y(~ Q (~ O' 4 S 9 w ALL RIGHTS RESERN'ED r 0 r f 3; R
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, .. 50334 3182, FACIAL EXPRESSION/ DISSERTATIONS--NEW SCHOOL.FOR SOCIAL RESEARCH/ T06ACCQ--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/ PERCEPTION/COMMUNICATION/ TS THE EF:ECTS OF CIGr1R..tTTE S'!OF:IIiG ON THE 2240 PERCE?TIOl: OF NO:J%'ERFAL CO`_KLVICA'.'IO.rS. He . by 1978 - Eruce F. Hertz May 1978 ~Submitted to The Craduate Facultv of Political An.l Social Science of t'~e !:ew Schvol for Social F.esearch in•partial fulfillnant of :he requirerents for the 1degree of Doctor, of Philosophy. The present study :.n:~es=igated the relationship betwee cigarette smoking and acc.:acy of perception of subtle non- verbal cues such as facial ex?ressions and tone of voice. It was predicted that ci:arette smoking would decrease ac- curacy of perception with these stitluli. Furthermore, it was predicted that if swolking did create this effect the smoker could use variations in smoking rate as a neans of -strulating perceptual sensitivity to these nonverbal cues. The conclusions reached were: (1)L Cigarette smoking does decrease accuracy in the decoding of nonverbal facial cues. (2) It is reasonable to view cigarette smoking as a'` I ~ s ,t t. bebavi~'rir which would occur for all types of 0 4 n Q ~ , ~1 :gtzgls Vhich an individual- experiences... means of reducing sone types of stress but not as
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, 4 5033t$ 3187~-- ~~=---= }' 80 II E 81 s P k ,W._.... ~.. PERCEPTION%-. • _Perception, 1981. volume 10, pages 29-33 -.+re...n•= .w-~~ (The dominance ofi touch bMision~) occurs with familiar Roderick P Power ,. .« ~ > . . . ... . .. . ~:. . ..,.:;.:~ . . - School of Behavioural Sciences. Macquarie University, North Ryde, NSW 2113. Australia Received 27 May 1980 Abstract. In a study of visual dominance based on Rock and Victor's experiments, observers examined well-known objects while receiving conflicting tactual and visual information. In experiment I observers simultaneously felt a circular 20 cent coin and looked at it through a lens which transformed the visual image to an oval with axes in the ratio 1:1-8. In experiment 2 another satnpte of observers felt well known cubic objects-dice-and looked at them through lens systems which nnde the visual images: (i) rectangular with sides in the ratio 1:1 •3; (2) diamond- shaped with 92° smaller angles; (iu) rectangular with sides in the ratio 1:1 •8; and (iv) a parallelogram with side lengths in the ratio I: t•8 and with 60° smaller angles. Although there was some conflict between the observers' cognitions and their percepts, effectively all reported that the target objects were like or felt like their visual images, demonstrating that the dominance of vision over touch is far stronger than has been recognrsed ~ .. .. -_ . .... 4 S -~ g -OalF'
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5033q : 3Z0~' H QP ' ~r' PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORtMTION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IX/ ODOR, V. X/ <_.:_ TASTE--TESTING~„YOL_ VIA/VISION, V. III, V,_VIII, IX/CODING THEORY, V.VIII/ Ca rak%,nvwu~, ~n,~ay~yuatn~, j, j--A/Z[Jrx3 AnU Jt1YJAl1Un, V. I--X/5MELL, V.VIA/ TASTE, Y;CI II /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,7Y.III/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV/PAIN V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVO~ANTS--SENSOkY EVALUATION, V. X/ HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTION, EDITORS: Edward C. Carterette and Aforton P. Friedman Department of Psychology eles Los Ang rnia lif f C i i , a o ty o vers ~ Volume I: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 Un t.os Angeles, California - Volume II: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 VVolume Ili: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 ./Volume IV: Hearing. 1978 +/Volume V: Seeing. 1975 t ~ Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 rVolume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 dVolume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 'r Volume VIII:W1.978 i/Volume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 i/Volume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 . 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 6 0 2
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PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IXI ODOR, V. X/ TASTE--TESTING VOL. VIA/VISION, V. III, V VIII, IX/CODING THEORY, V.VIII/ PSYCHOLOGY, PH134IQL,QGICAL,.Y. I--X/SENSES AND SENSATION, V. I--X/SMELL, V.VIA/ TASTE, Yt,I II /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,'lY.III/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA, NOISE V. IV~PAIN V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVO~ANTS-- ENSOiFY EVALUATION, V. X/ HA\ D13OO1: OF PERCEPTION, V,T. -g EDITORS: Edn•ard C. Carterette and lltorton P. Friedman Department of Psychology elcs los An i lif f C ' g a , orn a niversity o U . ~ Volume I: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 Los Angeles, California - Volume II: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 1 VVolume III: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 ' .fVolume IV: Hearing. 1978 rVolume V: Seeing. 1975 v, Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 vVolume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 rNolume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 '"Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 rVolume IX: Perceptual Processing. 1978 ^olume X• _ 78 -.-,.,..-.~::......._.,_.;:~,...~..__ .: ._.._._....,~.~..,_....._,_,.- _._.. 04c~Anp ~ 4b0 4 , 0 , i I
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~ 50334 3211, t r > ~ 'PERCHLDPjjrA-CJ;._AN~~ ERGHLO~I~TE~ I QD ~ ~ 181 (includes section on biological effects, & toxicity) : Sc 1979 by ALFRED A. SCHILT Department of Chemistry Northern Illinois University I DeKalb, Illinois 60115 , . ~ U o 0•tl p f~1 6 12 ;'~
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j 9i' ( /npl) and ARec Advances to tfie Study of Communication ~' '~"~"~ 8566 MC485 P 39E t, vol. SjWWplJftA(_EW_loe ill -*lf_aad Otliei# Edited by P. Pliner, K. R. Blankstein & 1. M. Spigel. New York: Plenum. 1979. Pp. x + 204. This book is the fifth in a series under the general heading Advances in the Study ojComrnunication and Affect. The volumes in this series consist of compilations of papers presented at the annual symposium on communication and affect held at the University of Toronto. The present volume is based on the seventh annual symposium held at Erindale College in 1977. Like all collections the contributions vary widely in scope covering cognitive, physiological and behavioural factors involved in the experience of emotion in self, as well as in the identification of emotion in others. This book does not serve as an introduction to the perception of emotion but is intended for the reader who already has an interest in this area, in order to inform him/her of the current condition of research. There are eight chapters in the present volume. The first, by Leventhal, presents 'a perctptual-motor processing model of emotion'. The chapter itself is divided into three parts: a review of current theories of emotion; a description of the model itself and an attempt to illustrate the use of the model with experimental data. Epstein continues with an 'ecological study of emotion in humans' in which he presents a review of his theory of emotion and personality together with research based upon this theory. Shields & Stern examine emotion and the perception of bodily change with particular emphasis on the relationship between perceived and actual physiological response. Also described in this chapter is a study that approaches the issue of perception of bodily change developmentally. Lang expands and clarifies his theoretical conception of the emotional image. In an attempt to elucidate the mechanisms of emotional behaviour change he describes a 0 0 4 0 0 n 0 1 4 6 0 1 50334 3200 80 II Ey 81 _ S.P. ,
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50334 3196 TOFACC(1 S'AnK7NG PSYrFtnLOGY/SMnKTN(; N.ARTTS-..GT.?'*tA'`'Y/TnnACCn--r`rR*tl',?.fY1~ : . Rn~~:~Q . r R T1tTY i_. uAV ciWiAT. 7Sctr>:q,.._-_T-.TTtr SrEridT. ~F~~'~ t 'd01 ING . ~ q `:. 2i4~ .DIE POSI.TION DER CIGARETTE Fo 1Q7g I M • SOZIALEN SPANNUNGSFELD ERGEBNISSE EINER UNTERSUCHUNG BEI MEINUNGSMITTLERN UND VERBRAUCHERN ERARBEITET FOR DIE FORSCHUNGSGESELLSCHAFT RAUCHEN UND GESUNDHEIT MBH, HAMBURG ' SEPTEMBER 1978 Michael Strbhle blitglied des " hen Steiner J H k ., , oc . e, GeschSttsfishrung: Dieter Fran 51268 Arbeitskreises N " r. ssetdorr, Kto: 3ankkonten: Dresdner Bank AG, D"usseidorf, Kto: Nr.4711336; C. G. Trinkaus. D U Po*chfikkonb: 1(iE<jn 2¢2314r ReQiste~eric~ D~seldorf Handeisregister B 9524 Deutscher Marktforschungslnatituta E 1 f .
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~ 50334 3208 - , i Izz dI ~' 0td01 Schumacher, Joseph C ed. Perchlorntes: their properties, manufacture, and uses. Now I'orli, Reiuhold Pub. Corp. 119601, 257 p. illus. 24 cm. (AmcricAU Chemical Soclets. Monograph sertea, no. 1dG) IncludFS bib'.iography. ~ 1. Perchlorates. i ; j 0,ll181.CrS3 ~ . 540.732 60-) 4106 j Library of Con„ress •-J 1231 '.-.-~..yz/~.....~-...._~.n-.r.-.~.._.a+.....~-..-...,,~_ _, ~... ~y.- _ o 1 4 0 y , f i
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QD 181 Sc 1979 PERCHLORIC ACID AND ERCHLORATES ~ (includes section on biological effects, & toxicity) by ALFRED A. SCHILT Department of Chemistry Northern Illinois University DeKalb, Illinois 60115 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 b U
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I 50334 3210 Arch~~~C'~~C`~'~ Advances in inorganic cbemistry and radiocbemistry. v. 1- 1959- A'ew York, Academic Press. c. tllus. 24 cm. Editors: 7939- II. J. Emcldus, A. G. Sharpe. Includes bibliograpby. r , 1. Chemistry, Inorganic. 2. Iiadlochemistry. i. F.nielEus, Harry Julius, ed. n. Sharpe, A. G., ed. QDl 51.A45 51G.482 G9-7892 Librnry of Congress Oz51 0 '1 ~ Q t I 0 ~A 6 1 1 t i
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EEI?ACORIAT. SCIENCE/TASTE---Tr;;TING/ EitzXtivari.atr Behavorial P.csearch 9(4)461-77(1974) • ~;.~.Ai~Il+f G~ APPRO~GHJ'-: ~~ WP&4J ` "RICHAP~.D §IiIICIAF. G.: ~ yrsity orrla ~.Qj~i;~1~' t~n}~rsit , ~ ABSTRACT ' The tnultidimensional scaling (Af DS) of Mth attitude staternEnts and political candidates in the same multidimension::l space was co.n.sldered to ha.e several rxmific::tions. First, the position of the attitude statements would erplicate the nature of the factorial structure of poiitieiars; second, the underlying dimensions would demonstrate whether candidstes are per- eeived in term of relevai:t political dimensions. Third, thr' sc;:lin ;would reveal the extent of in4i.riduall differer.ces, especialiy those vased c•rr political affiliEtion;-rnd last, as a descriptive tool the sca:ing is of f^•_crest i:. its ot.'i; ~ Y` . i rim% 9P.TffiW_bPTVnTtITICIAI~TR ;:.~,'~? -',. - _.. ~II .. ~O~ITIGAh- ISSUES':~ A.:ULTIDIIIEi~SIO:~~`AL
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Vtti, Schumacher, Joseph C ed. Yeich!orates: their properties, manufacture, and uses. New York, I:einhold Pub. Corp.119601 257 p. iilus. 24 cm. series, no. 146) Includes blbl.ograpby. 1. Perclilorntes. ~,1D181.C5S3 Library of Congress 0 4 f~ a n o i~ 6 t~.o i (American Cbemical Soe!ety. MunoErupr 540.732 G0-14106 j 1251 .~-,...,-..-..,.~ _..-• ..
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M MP.F-E-404-73 Jour. of Markct Researob Soc. 15(1) 24-34(z9;3) -- I _ - - - " Yeter po}Ip a:td .fUita tilcCce° Abstract Londun Graduale S:hotrf.of Busirra:s Sr,rdics ~ ~ Using a sm3li vmple of hou;cv,i% es. tht paprr exptore, titc uc of ronnnetric multi- dinxnsional scalrng in market rrc.,rch. TCe tcchni-lue i; a; rl:~1c te• ta: rrob!em ef tain,ining cut cur.xr~,' preferences Ior an t perrep~ kf 31t.rnati.e eomenicr.;e food products. , An exceller.t statistical Gt, to the similaritics data is pri,-.id;J by a rnapp?n; of respondent perceptions into a t: rx-dirr.ensional space. This conftaratioa is higitly suU~esti.e for ptomotioaal and ne..• nroduct atralcriec r-asf f.-%,, vparc 1 variCtu of inethnds hace been developed for studying how different brands or products are etaluated by consu:ners. This subject is of na'ural inttrat to mar:eting niana.-eme: t_si+:cc if successful it pron;ises valuabtc euides to product nianning-and pro- >7otiona; strategi•. Among the techniques advocated. facter analysis has perhaps been the most pop•: !ar(Hill 1970. Eastlrsi; 194t, ,Mek"er;:c ... . ~ ~ 1965), but discrimir•,ant anaiysis (Johnson 1971), clcster analysis (Frank .. aT ! & Grcen %9CR)_.al,d odtC-r a+f)fJ:3Cf C5 i3tiiilr, . `.~ , -. .,. -..-. -+ .•- - . , _ . ~ .v~ ,.. .. . . •. . .+sw.. . . . . . 0 4 6 0 n 0 1 4 5 9 9 1 /
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50334 3205 PERCEPTION, V. I--X/HUMAN INFORMATION PROCESSING, V. VIII, IX/ ODOR, V. X/ 360 TASTE--TESTINHO IOL. VIA/VISION, V. III, Vd VIII, IX/CODING THEORY, V.VIII/ P A S q QLQGIC PSYCHOLOGY,_ L, V. I--X/SENSE ND SENSATION, V. I--X/SMELL, V.VIA/ ~a TASTE, VI,III /NEUROPHYSIOLOGY OF SMELL, V. VIA/ OLFACTION, V. VIA/VISION, V.III,V HEARING,71)LIII/BIOPHYSICS OF TASTE, Vol. VIA/ TOBACCO--TASTE--TESTING, V. VIA. NOISE V. IV/PAIN V. VIB/TOUCH, V.VIB/LANGUAGE & LANGUAGES, Vol. VII/SPEECH, V.VII/ FLAVOkANTS--SENSOf~Y EVALUATION, V. X/ HANDBOOK OF PERCEPTION, v,T-g EDITORS: Edn•ard C. Carterette and Aforton P. Friedman Department of Psychology' University of California Los Angeles VVolume I: Historical and Philosophical Roots of Perception. 1974 Los Angeles, California I - Volume II: Psychophysical Judgment and Measurement. 1974 ! VVolume 1II: Biology of Perceptual Systems. 1973 ./Volume IV: Hearing. 1978 /Volume V: Seeing. 1975 v Volume VIA: Tasting and Smelling. 1978 b'Volume VIB: Feeling and Hurting. 1978 VVolume VII: Language and Speech. 1976 '" Volume VIII: Perceptual Coding. 1978 i/Volume IX: AwaWMAROMM$i"978 r/Volume X: Perceptual Ecology. 1978 0 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4 6 0 6
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~..~.m acnarior and Penonality, 8(1): 81-84 ~:r t~9S0) 80 II Ey-80 $.P~%~ pSociety for Personality Rescarch (Ine.) 50 320_ 2~ 33q fro ZVAtttABLES ~l . .. . ---... ~ ,.:...~ ~~~.,~ _...: differed In their defensive styles, with a sensitizing style more associated with nuzrital discord. , . " L G ENSHAFT ]UDY . Ohio State University Ten couples experiencing marital discord were compared svith a control- t roup on Q sorts describing sell, spouse, ideal sell and ideal spouse per- ceptions as well as predictions of mate's sell and spouse perceptions. The groups were also compared in their perceived locus of control and use of repression-sensitization. In general, couples experiencing marital discord also experienced less congruity in their perceptions. E'ven when subjects were matched randomly into husband-trife pairs, tlre marital discord ~ , aubjects were less homogeneous in their perceptions. The groups also r
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xx +~ 50334 3221 un5 l.. ....., . . . S. P. CQ'.;'bSZC0.) Qirh'ICA- DA CFiSTAA'HA DR MIJ 2. f3bte.ecso Do BalRS-mo Do Anacardium Occf.dmtale 1.. Em Batado Cr'.etslino. YsolamFtzto Do Acido A.-tacardico F. Sua 1dCn-6i.i'..t:nC30 Por .'''•SpacZI'oiGtgCi:ucZtria Do intra,tm-mcaho (Ct:«aicn]. Compoaition of t,ho Cashew Hot 2. The Obtaiuf.r.g of t::e Anccsrd3:.ut Occidontalc T.. Baleam in n Crystellired StctQ. IeoYati4:. of tho Anacardic Acid snd Ito Idontification by tha Infra-rad Spectru:n) , by A. Perefza,Jr., ~:-N 4 6 2 -. 2 ) 1 i
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Jour. Advertising Res. 10-11, 39-42 (1970-71) ' ~w~r,,.: W . ~,, . . , Henry Assael One commonly accepted axiom of the marketing concept is that marketing managers must target their brands to the perccived needs of defined con- sumer, groups. Assuming that the sa- licnt consumer perceptions are meas- urcd, this infers the ability to define homogeneous consumer groups by perceived needs and to position brands by the perceptions of specified con- sumer groups. , The family of programs referred to as clustering and classification tech- niques (You0, 12f 3; jjrusol, IY68 Carroll and Chang, 1967; Lmtiocs anP ~-~3 ~.PP1~=~~~C~~11 Taste, social benefits, product quality and convenience emerged as thc factors by which Nestle used ... position existing products. To date, most of the emphasis bas been on new product development (Biuiness Wcck, •1970). tlere, perceptual map- ping is valuable in defining "gaps' in the market representing unfilled needs for a significant group of consumers. The problem, then, is to "build" a brand that is perceived as fulfilling unmet needs by a sufficient number of consumers to insure profitability. Perceptual mapping can also be used to determine how brands should l,c re4)sitjtZncc~n they are located on a set o`f pereetve product charac- The Nestle Study This paper describes a method of positioning existing prcducts based on ratings of perceived product charac- tcristics. The study was conducted for the Nestle Company in 196S to de- termine if regional differences in prod- uct perceptions could be exploited by repositioning certain brands through selective advertising changes. Five types of generically related beverages plus the broader generic category were to be positioned by con- n r ti
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TOBACCO--SMOKING--PSYCHOLOGY/SMOKING H:IBITS--FRANCE/ ...~__. . . •- • • .~ 483-8 (1978) (in French with English 9(No Strasbour 9) Med J ur . g . . o . _~ summary) ` ~ ~ - "Uuiiri s iri 1976. 330.000 teenagers aged 13 to 19 and 9irls. A statisticaltY significant relationship could be esta- going 9 ~ goirg to school in the Bas-Rhin were surveyed in order blished be;ween tobacco consumption by th.,so teenagers to establish their tobacco consumption habits as related and by their parents. The influence of teachers was undis. - to those of the parents and school civironmcnt. putable. , rage of 8.2 cigarettes per day since they were 14.6 years and results seemed encouraging, although it Is stM too ~ of age, the boys ranking signiticantly higher than the cariy to determino its long-term impact. ~ 30.3 per cent of the yougsters -admitted to smoke an ave- The eftects of a sensitizing campaign have been estimated 0 4 0 0 o o 1 4 6 1 9 r I ~ 79 X Co- . . RJR CLASS N0. PAMPHLET ~t - Cooreman, J. ; Burghard, G: ; Z4 *(no affil.)* ~ . 79 X Co .* FRENCtL TEENAGERS AND TOBACCO C0NSL^.•;PTION. *(L'Adolescent et le Tabagisme.)* -
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50334 3220 ~~xx ~ ~UnS ~ (19b9) y ,;;a are9.rg,- S. P CQb':'OSICt.O QUIMICA DA CA.ST.".I~t1A DE CAM 1. ~ SubsidSoc Psrn 0 Eatudo Do Paricarpo Da (Gh~ : iic~1 Cv:7t~asitidn of t';s Cashc~a t.ut 1. ' ~'nnlr{11.ti{nn Yn f}..o (;t•..A~. nf hf.ri A..n..•«~}1,.... ! . . . ._. . . _ J _ _ _ ' ~ Occfac<ztAlu L. Pezf.cerP), by A. PnrHirt, Jr.; ! .`,. Cor.alhc, Crcct: sud t.. Hail-u-31a I'erci.ra } ~ PurtL~;:.Z tai~w~o B~ ~s,`-x~iuou 1:grou. l1ti ' ll1;:raAar. PSt:ruslos Agron. 3_ (2?o. 3) 95-106 •; (July 1962) ~ : . , t 0 1 4 6 2 1
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r t b~ 9 b 1 0. u 0 U!~ 0 (z96t (-tTr) , Sur.~6 ~~ 'a~) £ •xtd.~~~,i Vui+~e~sIsR •~tcv~oa~Yil ca •,ao--,gv nagns;n-, aQ o~c~T;2 Tv%nzod t1.~.To.47rT ::ia::Gmsa six T=`r..'*3 oaa1.!) GiaB.XioQ •f' O`,i4 u,f Uv}~ti~{t.~juv;; •T srH ~~,,;eQ~ s, ;a ;v z7l0yqXaodzo:) Zvxyv~aq,)1 •Z ;)Ts2:tr>.»T*ap L^n7Aasrzsuv ~u ~rJ~:~Tsa,I tr(I opn3eg p wxed vQTPTARnS •T M70 .ct WNUsN"n va .Vnic?inb mzsoxAm °Zr •'V 4"Apolvr,j 'doS (fi9GT) v
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RA 576 Pe 1978 50334 3232 , . ~ .. AIR--POLLUTION--HEALTH EFFECT/ NITROGEN OXIDES/ RESPIRA}3LTs PARTICL?:S: Impact of Airborne Finarticulates on Health and the Knvircnment October 17, 1978 A:i . Karim Ahmed, Ph.D. /Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc. 122 EAST 42ND STREET NEW YORK, N.Y. 10017 Ris 949-0049 0 4 il 0 fl 0 1 4 b 3 3 f , ~
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{ 50334 3216 (1970) H. x.. 0'NUM' TO ilI^is F s.c",r ~ T' I)7.•N ? linXT'.Y,'OF ri'tti'? y :.~ F:. L. C."4cr, W. lI. Fercivti.a i:nd F. J. C. J; :.:. c•, & ~4 6 1 7
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50334 3199 .. .._..••r~:::.~ _,._~ .......~.......:,s ....:...~ - -=-~.~._ TASTE--TCSTI?,C/ 73 V 2•to , Perceptior~ Psvciionhv: i cs 3.1 257-262 (1972.) ~ / II, .. .. ion:•crin; fiPc..~n:cft ?.ano ratorv •, .. (/J lf.Sr~rny \atic:;i,,uoratories/ j.ass. 02'i G0 ihree s:udies a•cre conducted to quantify fo:rcep:ual chaages that oceur whan sap:d chemicals are txstcd in n:ititure solutiors. Tne p:imary effect when mixing sv.•eelness (ciucose or fructou) with salt (,NaCl), sour (ci:ric acid), or bitter (qu'snine sulfate) was to reduce the intensity of each tasto in t5e mixture. The redue:ion was not equal for tf,e two curtponents, altl:uu;h the overall (total) taste intensity of the mixture a,,fxared to Nt• approximately 5050 of the stim of the iatcttsitics of lhe cnr„ixcd eoniponents. i`iztures of sweet and salt developed !SI "unbtcnded" or "c2:,slu.n.;," taste, in \t'hich the components alternated in attemptin-, to dc,rs:nate thc taste pcrcept. Swee; mixed wi:h c'stP,er sour or bitter blendec' it: aJnwstall pro;o:tions. The "f7avor" of sweetness in tnixtures differed ftom that of simpic su,^.ar sweetness, su; ;estioe thrit the presence of a sccond taste motiificd thc qualitaliti•e aspect of sWec::,cs. Z'he m: ~~itudc of cl,r.nt;e in tweetness etusNty &ac:,dcd v.ton the sul;a: beittg raterd, : nd upon thc r,uality a:nd ir,icnsity of lhe aen>ud, or Tr.odifyin,^„ tas:c. b0 gave subjective judgments of the• perceivcd niai;nitude. In each study stimulus solutions were prepared from reagent-grade chemicals (either Fisher or Sigma Chetnical Corp.), mixed on a vieight/volumc basis with distilled and deionized water. Glucose (dexcoce) and fructose were used as the sweet substances, NaCI as the s alty stimulus, citric acid as the sour stimulus, and quinine sulfate as the bitter stimuJus. Experiment 1 Intensity of T-estc In fixperiment 1 16 Os judged the taste intensity of both simple solutions and mixtures by the technique of magr:itudc cstimation. In three d'ifferent seasior:s, glucose and fructose were separately mixed with 2daCl, citric acid, and qui:tine sn!fate, resn,cti<<lv. Table 1 nresents the ~ „ .r.,...,,... _-... _..... .+.-e..-.._._.._..-...-.. v-~....~.,........r.r....- . ....~.....-.» ....,.•as'ir+r..-.1.1.4:u! ~. ~..... ~-,...,.,.:.,..+..........IC.:/.-r.:_-+--at.i ~..f.._._.......« J Q Cl A 0 0 t 4 b A 0 , ,
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. 50334 3219 79 VI Ka2 TOBACCO--`tYCOTOXINS/TOBAt:CO--MICRO1iI0LOGY/ CHARACTERISTICS OF THE MICROBIOLOGICAL STATE OF TOBACCO PRODUCTS. " . ` RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 79 VI Ka 2 Kantor, D. ; Toth-Aranyos, I. ;4ftr,¢ctse>nlri~'~ (County Inst. Food Control. Anal., Hungary) - Acta Alimentaria 8 (No. 1) 13-23 (1979) (in English) *Keywords: * (Yenicillium, tobacco, additive;•,..-: • Aspergillus,' tobacco, additive; Alternaria, •tobacco, additive; ' F.ladosporium, tobacco, additive; 'Pusarium, tobacco, additive;• ' S.-a+ -c~..:._ In rn•Jcr t.u tlvalunta: thcrnicrnbiolnbicnl st.atuofHw~};•tr;unlnhaccohroJucta, ,P-7 The microbial contaminutiun of tho various tobacco prurlucts: cignrcttus, ~ cigars nru] cionrctto and pilw tarh:rcco by mesophilic acrobie cells was 10', 106 and 10' g' 1, rc4p., .cit), ~ enst ccl1K rtt 102, 10' and 10='' g's, rasp., ~~•ith Iuonld cclls ' at 10', 10' and 104 g-1, rexp. Infr•ction at t.his level did not cnuso any chango in i the sansorv -c rLlitj of thc l,rurlucts ~ the Avliolo range of thesc prutlrrctsr was investigated. 77ru diffcr•cnctm found Lotwcen proclucts u,uld hc ta•uccal back to the ctunlity of thn tobacco uced, t.ho ~ tcchnulugy nhplicd and the plrysical cbcunicnl chnrncteristics of tho pruduct.. ~ -~---C-t.~ - g 1 0 -- ~ .. J
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teWNITY GLAILIF/CA71ON OI TH14 PpGt rltG~tneaeae) .......~....... 7 .~ R?EPW< ~:b.uV,.ENTt 7't0W P`ac*5 . KlPU>;T~itU1.bF/1 Z (3JVT aCG~ELION NO Technical Report P6 4. TITLC (end JuGt/elt) Tcchi:ical Pegort 06. ~x e +ioua,of T ~~~ip ~t~~~Sy,p p rlor..ancl~ S t ats~"~`es~°c'r'~~'T~tio~t9` ot .r.ton-ti~k`itl~`~~ B ~ ~ wi6x~ = y.~I.UTHOi: t) +' Arthur G. Jaso r.nd Victor H. Vrocm . ,....,....................-......._.,...,._._....._..._.. r: NLkroP,:aSitT ORdAN1YATi:i Nf_;L 4NI~ •1/iTIOhtAL TECH~;C.41 r:cr, VAs:; ~ l.rt,.b i. ka:lat Li11T rJULt6Sl [t3 tQ~'M7~?lON SC~tVlC E e' Yc1 Un;versit Y I U5 [~.panm.n/ ol Gcnm.~ct_.~ct • School of OrGanizYt{ on ta:d'"~~•.u~cment Neo, .~. .. 11. COkTf:oLLft:G oFFicF. Fi:.u~~ A.teD AUG~:='...5 Organi.;ational i:if ~ctivec;;;:;~ Research Pro~;r:-~:F, Office of Naval 2au~:r.rch Ar1in,^-.,ton, Virt~iuia 22217 RE..D rr:;r1:UCZ~tOrjs ifMFt}~i : Cc~:'"?LF:TING PU4tE1 a. feLGef'IYNT'F CATA6CO NUMOCR t. ZLJ:+fF:A~1 C!R OfiANT /:UMOE~L(s) t<00014-67-A--0097-0027 b'a-17 7-9zS 11. tt_t fiFtT GAY S Novc:.~~.hG rGr 1S, 1974 _...__._._.......r.... _..~.... ~,r- .-- . - _- -~-- - . . .. _._._,...._...r............~ ...... ~ ............ 04 0 0 0 0 1 4 59 8 _.._,.:.. _..... , e . i i I
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, 50334 3233 . AIR--POLLUTION--f1F.ALTH F.FFF.G."T/AEROSOI.S/ " . PARTICULATE MATTER/P(1LLUTIw rCNTRCL/ - AiR--PnLT.UTI0N--C4NTRnL/ RA 576 Pe 1979 "N% ~ Partg%.; Impact of Airborne Fine Particulates on Health and the Environment 4t'aftift kPerera,.M.P.H. A. Karim Ahmed, Ph.D. Ballinger Publishing Company • Cambridge, Massachusetts A Subsidiary of Harper & Row, Publishers, lnc. . " / C~ fI~/t t~.ll ~ ?ff
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Ix Jt:~- Author_:,uyv.•., • Tr Travi, A. M. Tobacco smoke, it's effects, analysis and filtratioz. (El HuMo' del Tabacco sus efectos, analistis y filtracion) by A. t•7. Travi and Viecho R. Perez. 9 Fror:: Tnrius tria y C,uimi ca B. -A 15: 334-u3 (1954) O D 4~l Q(l t~ 14 6 3 9 ~
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w..~.~..~:;.t<..~ :...~_.... pe EN~ y~t ototry 1 ALGAlE fPOLV S,t:~.Imp* tvL"st /Clrtt BoHIP44 :Cst; j QIGAc. PRprc-N/RWN1 5uCv'nIRs ; jq67 Chemistry and E, nzymology 0f Marine Algai POIYsacch--,,,rI.dcs ~ s . •:~~PEIZ AI:~: . `. , . . n o n o ;.7cpart»rerrt of Chcmistr,y Royal Ilollornay Collcgc (University of Lwrdorr) Surrey, England ; and - 4 6 1 R tIII-ItRD T.I. McDOWELI. r. : d d I rr irstr es 111gi•ratc > r ~ r
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, t \Z.r7l+l a, o. [a 1 ~ ~^ h "ta m ~r y~ (896I) En ~ : . . . ~~. OEZE k£EOS'~:
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~ 50334 3235 -1 Ref Peresi. 15j18;-. 20~: ~~ ~ 1G3 ~ Cuije to Morld u-cience. I;'6s- ~ [Gveriisc:yj YXFnr.is Hac+i;::vn 1t:d. ~ .., ~ "r". c v c~. i U 4 ~ 0 r f~ i 4 6 3 b i f , ,
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1L(%U . ~~/~f • `„!--!/Y1LJ ~` tYt. iNES YAt,LNTti SOARES I--lNTI.ODU(7xO -• to ADGLtNA M. ANTUNES 5033q 3226 Nitra(o c nitrito tcro sido dcterminados polos mais diversos mctodos: colorirrt6tricos, cspcctrofotor•td- tricos no ultravintefa rtn cinctihr•in n I)OlarOb'ritIDCOS. DETERMIiUACAO DE NITRATOS E NITRITOS resl]'tad°s t'° lt I -U ltraviof eta . Actermuution ot uitz~.tei aad,nitritcs. 1. Ultra. lriolcl. &iares, M. lncs V.; `Piru"ra, Paulettc ~~~S.; Antunes, /.de!ina Dl. (Drp. Nim., Inst. \ae. Invest. Ind.. Lisbon, I'orl.). Rn. Port. Quun. 1971, 1131, I5l-G3 iPort)• The aptinwm eonditions tcr the spectropt:otomctric detn. of \O,' end NO:' dc,end on the pIt and possiblc intcrfercnces, e.g. orR. tnatter, Cl]i ", FICO,', 1tr1'O,`, and Si~: '. in the snal. of urban and M'sste watcrs, sea water, nitrate fcrtrli: crs, \aCI solns. for sneat presee.•at,on, and culture nudia for nrictoorsamsnu. I1(1,' is dctd. at pli 1-3 aud atr.•orhsn:e rcadrncs are scquired at toth ?L`0 and ^70 nnt to compcusatc lor ore. uiatter. \O,', in the.t.scnce of XO,-, is dcul. at pit ti and .'_'(>-3U nm; when Loth a.r.. tv, the sutfani;ie racid/er• 0 4 () a n 0 1 4 6 2 7 Ic.os no u ra- •sc-fto algumas Os cstudas realizados incidiram primciramcnte nas condir<Ocs de utilizag3o dos mctodos (curvas de calibratlo, intluencia de pH e intcrtcrcntes, etc.) e dcpois nas apticast3cs a amostras de ties tipos dtfcrcntcs: - Aguas salgadas, doccs c residuais; -adubos nftricos; t
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50334 3242 81 XII Pe NICOTINE =SALTS/NICOTINE--STRUCTURE--DETERMINATION/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 81 XII Pe , The conformations of three types of nicotine salts have been determined. These salts have acid to base ratios of either 1:1, 2:1, or 3:1. Salt formation between organic acids and nicotine is dependent upon the structure of the acids (aliphatic or aromatic) and their functionality.... 0 4 0 00 0 14 6 4 3 I ~+F~~"'~A (R. . eyno~lds obacco Co., Winston-Salem, N. C., U. S.) CONFORMATIOKAL A NALYSIS OF NICOTINE SALTS Beitr. Tabakforsch., confidential manuscript submitted for publication, 14+ p. (1981) (in English) : ;'~
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(/ .,•Geeew ~. ~ : . ~ , ey Zos .~,._..~.- ; ~ "r"'., ~ ~'. - •r n D.~G _ l B y i Calculation of Particle Distribution by the Data on Spectral Transparency By KUSIEL S. SHIFRINI) aneAXkNL_ PEREt3iANI)- Pe3to.te s Pa3paGorau 061111111 .+CTOa onpeaenewra r<prmoti pacnpeae:ieuan vacnnt mccnepcrroA eeCTC.uu no paa+tepam, ucxoAx rrs narnrwx 0 ec cucrcrpam.r+oii npo3pavnocrn, ocnouaeuurt na npeo6pasooanrm Aicninua. A1eTOa ne coacp;rurr iIIIKaKItX npoN3UO!IbHUX rnpcaao>uernu'3 0 xapaKT.pe cnercrpa irarrrnt ir nacT orueT x o6nteN ar+.1e. [TpeanoNrrena npocrasI pacvcTnax cxema, apnne:renu npn.scpw oGpacrtcwr", oucncua o6xarnm cneKrpa If TU'1/10CTb r+3mepcrnni apo3pavuocru, uco~~xnanmuac awn uony-+cnun o6pantcrurr. C a.rcanaari Toviwrrr,io. CyrucctocrrHO, vTO pavICTUam cxe.ua ycroti4noa !W QTIIO4ICnNIO K OIJn1iIC1.N 11CimCpCNllfi 11 paC4CTCO, II COAepi1.HT yMep%!itNfde TpCGOD1NNA K NX T041toCTH. p s.~ 4 b r~.~ 0 ....~.. ~ . . a . • ...0 I I
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j 50334 3231 . F.JR CLASS *.d0. I'A`•fP1IT.FT 1972 VIII :ia tdnr=.ns}•.+n, D. E. ; Pirverdyan, A. I.; 3'Rxepc!chk~o~>_L..a Y,r CrM.LCi.~3i: 1:CI:1.•,1T'~: FIL':.i:S FO:: F13.TF.iLS. Y,ili::t. l'o2o'~ctia _1.2 (tio, 3) Er4-e`;:.170) (in I'.ussian with Complete English ~ Trai)slation) il- 'r:C'y.:OCCt.S:* ecr_•ti.c aci.d, s:r,akr!, cc:nstit(:(nt; 3, 4-bc:n:to,tyrcr:c, conrti.tuc•nt; hydru::;t• citrc,nC-1_'::]., sr:o3:e, cc•r:stituent; nicot:.+:e, smd:e, conFctituent; Phenc•1, smo1:c, c•onstitucnt; ce1].ulos.c acct.:tir--, fiitex, ac.c::ti\re; 'Ihe aL.a:ptitn c.-p.:Cos f." /br cj:iout eutal•uucnta uf t.+t:aceo srnn}:e u! .: •...rC: hiar t r• ,ta .,t ('A w•uit drRc:crt t3.', r.,lu:•A acre Incc>li;.th.l. ~:!• '~r +L.:.t .h.rttcd tl:+t .Is Ihc hl. t rhtc}:octs Increj•td nlnc uf tli; 'J•:r (•v ttl. ii:.l Uf L.• ru-rd In nrd:r to acLlcrc Ibr J:.;r:;1 n•i.•.rn: c tu Ju Si.-u Ihrat: h t6c !dlcr. I hc d.tla aIsn sl.ott.•,! liul .< Oc I S t.f (:.\ t a> L•ttc'.d Ir..:u 41 :; to 5-0"., ie., uirr.:cin; tL•: (t'1 y'rtrp cunirnt, th. •.:{+lion crl aU tub~rco smI-ic ra:tpart:r.h r.:prottd ai; lticrnrl). In addn. to tbe furma- tv+n rf 11 L+•nds, c~ ta~ dat.t slmt.cd that 1!t: inner stqfacr of the fit~n w•'a: iurcrraa)' I•ru!r..rrr•tnaf k. Ihc Iri. T'.ric ptrL:ILly ctcrurs M.ca.,e cl).1 trt•c•s o cfrot:i'cn,-a1tLi;c tatlns. at a rhucl+ s(•,v.er ratc Ih.+•t CI A, a;..S l.c:we, heve I:u,::r pc•tet 3 2. t r
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50334 3236 . , / XX MeC~-81 GLUCOSE/SUGARS--BIOSYNTHESIS/ ' S,P, f:C0N0MICS OF SIIt;,1R 1'ROPUG`rIU\ KITII TRI . ICt c){~1:F:AL~ {t1:I:Sl:1 Itl(Tt~fatti t:-;tt• LAhRliNCC BF.RKEU?1' LABORATORY and . Charlrs R. {t'i IKe Narvry h. Rlautlt 1.111--1141-;!) DEPAR'I1d[7dT OF CIiI?fICA1. ENGINEERING UNIVERSITY OF t`.ALI FOILIIA BERKELEY, CALI FORNIA 94720 •This paper was presented at the Second Chemical Congress of the North American Continent, Las Vegas, Nevada, 8/25-27/80. This work is supported by the Department of Energy. Office of Basic Energy Sciences, contract +'W-74AS-£NG-48, and Office,of Solar Energy and Conservation under agreement with Midwest Research Institute which operates Solar Energy Research Institute, contract EG-77-C-01-4042: I J s /
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Glt~etizl~RS: A"~'I}I,~,x SYra:~7 T.,f~Cf34ij. ~trJi;E?' t PN~:'~:T C.LG.M.rTZS AT !iT^!i Si ;:D ro~~ais~tats ; 2A~ 642--43 (19u9) 0 6 40 0 n 0 1 A b 4. Z , 4 , ~
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«........-x..~.- _ .. . . ...._..._ TOBACCO--SUBSTITUTES/MARIJUANA /TOBACCO---SMOKE--BIOLOGICAI. TESTING RJR CLASS NO. P.q:PHLI:T 75 X Cu2 ~Jr~ eLtz Cutting, M.; Huber, G.; Sitmaons, G.; °Pe-'YaitW ~:'W:; Laguarda, aZ. *(no affil.)* A COMPARATIVE EVALUATION OF IIJfPARIED ANTIBACTERIAL DEFENSES OF THE ~,,],ING BY PRODUCTS COMMONLY SMOKED BY MAN. ~" Amer. Coll. Chest. Phys., 41st. Annual Sci. Assembly, paper, Aiiaheim, Calif. (Oct. 26-30, 1975) (in English) *Abstr. in: Chest 68 (No. 3) Rat A5/ were h:tt•vcstcll by pulmonary I:n•al;c and in vir,. 407 (1975)bactcriciclal inactit•.ttion of S nfLtcs quantificJ. (:nntt, ' Considerablc controvcrcy continucs to sttrround the 11 issuc of sntokinl; and health. Potential Itcaltft hazards as.coci:tted ti•ith cigar, syntl,ctic tui,icco sul„titutc and enariltu:tna sm„kc conuunl,tion hat•c uot been cxtcnsil•cly cl•aluatccl. To stully this. cnmpurativc effcc a of srytukc frotn l:cntucl.y rcfcrcncc toll:u•cu. rcfcrc!l syrtthctic snu,{,in/; tuatcriat an/) rnurihuana mt tls-cular .~ macrophage (A.M)"I,c,ctericiclal actil•ity k•ere ct.il•..u:ttell. *1975, No. 22, W 8023* *d* Tobacco chemistry (medicine); A,\1 inactivated 7-1.8 ± 1.8 pcrccnt of bacteria aftcr hours of incubatiun. 1•:xpo.urc to 8 utl of fresh smot, frrnn each prlKluct impaired bactcticillal acti.•ity to It;.-, -!- 0.7 percent. 21.9 -* 2.5 pcrccnt, 13.7 -!- 1.5 pcrcent at«i 11.4 ± 7.6 percent for cibmrttc. cifiar, tobacco sulstitlHtand inarihtr.tna smol-c. rc%l>c•ctivcIl•. adnliui.tratic,n ui graded antotuits of cach agent clemon+tratcd that th,. depression was dosc-clcpcnctcnt for all products. absoluv_ and dillcrcntial filtr.ition of all smakc Nruducts rrvcalc:: tlr.u the cytotoxin was in the gas phase of thc srnokc, wa, highly water solublc, and was inactivated in stale smokc•. Tbcsc results itlclicate that a water soluble component vi ---freslt smokc froln all commonly consutned smoking nla- 'tcrials is cquivalcntly cytotoxic to tllc AN.l in a dosc- 'dcpeudent manncr, significantly impairing the bac- tcricidal activity of the key host clcfcncc-sctj of thc lung > 0 4 0 0 n n 1 4 6 2.8 , , 11
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i 50334 3245 SULFUR--STRUCTURE/CHLORINE OXYFLUORIDES/MASS SPECTROSCOPY/ FLUORINE COMPOUNDS/CARBORANE STRUCTURES/:=. _ - PERFLUOROHALOGENOORGANOSULFENYL..HAI,IDES/ORGANOMETALLIC CHEMISTRY/ QD Ad van ces in 151 •1976 INORGANIC CHEMISTRY AND RADIOCHEMISTRY EDITORS VOLUME 18 H. J. EMELWS 1976 A. G. SHARPE ' ACADEMIC PRESS U New York San Francisco London A Subsidiary of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich. Publishers 0 4 n 0 0 0 i 4 6 4 6
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..~., :. :_. ,. ~~LI".3F/32finFtII`ti/ 50334 324 3 . BEARDEITER DIESES BANDES Terl I A Vcrbindungen von Schwefel " ~ von Alois Haas ~ Alois Haas, Ruhr-Universitat. Bochum ~. ~ BEGRl1NDET VON• LCop01ci Grr.cl;rr REDAKTEUR DIESES BANDES Dieter Koschel, Gmelin-Institut, Frankfurt am Main VERLAG CHEMIE - GM9H - WEINHEIM/BERGSTRASSE - 1.873 1( QrjF Gmelins Handbuch Ergh nzungswork zur achten Auflage _ Band 9 Ferf[uvrhalnc,tenorgano.:~.V-er.,bin.dunc~en der,Hatsptc,r~c}~l)enelenie~-~-te_•- -I'dt l z t191,j)j 7e~/ 1973 der at iOrgG.1nischei; [ Chernie r T €
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~ 50334,3253 . . ~ - ' TOBACCO--SMOKING--PHYSICAL PERFORMANCE--EFFEZJ/CLASS N0. PAMPHLET 76 X Ku 7.6 X. Ku Kucek, P. (Pshcyiatric Aosp, Treatment Drug Addicts, Muran, Czech.) ~ 1~ 0 4 0 o n o 1 4 6
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50334 3249 - ~..........~.,.......:rr -- ":Y..~.S.bo-' H S.- ~;~,l~~ I. PAPERCHEM 1968 - June 1981 'II. PIRA A unit of the North Carolina Department of Commeroe' :(Pap er and Boa rd, Pri nt i ng an( } I Packaging Industries Researcl ~~~M~ ~rG L ~ Search No. 7294 ~ Assication) , 197S - September 1981 • MICROLASER PERFORATION (RJR-81-37) III. Engineering Index 1976 - October 1981 ~ IV. INSPEC ~ 1969 - October 1981 PrEpared by Mary Jane Pugh November 19, 1981 ~ . ~ ,. 0264 ~~ /~ ;ations Center for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration N/ ~7/ ~ . 0 4 0 0 n b f 4 6 S 0 / ,
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~ 50334 3240 11. • 770- 901 Clg~V ~`. . ~ 81 LT Ha Indocrinol ay4y 98, 975-981 (1976) ~ Radioimmunoassay ofLArginine Vasopressin in•'Rhesus Monkey Plasma I JAMES N. HAYWARD, KANOK PAVASUTHIPAISIT,' ___ ;~banaE AND AlItHAEL V. SOFRONIEW3 Depuriment of Neurology, Reed Neurological Los Angeles, Calif. 90024 ABSTRACT. Using a new antiserum, an enzymatic radioiodination of arginine vasopressin (AVP), and the methodology of Robertson et al. (1,2), we ha.e developed a sensitive and specific radioim- munoassay for plasma AVP in the monkey. The sensi- tivity of the assay is 0.5 µU/m1, the cross reaction with ozytocin (OT), minimal. We used this assay to study the effects that variations in blood osmolality have in regulating AVP secretion in unanesthetized, chair-restrained, chamber-isolated, adult female rhesus monkeys. Under water ad ltb conditions, plasma AVP and osmolality were relatively con- stant, averaging 1.7 s 0.6 (sp) µU/ml and 298 t 3 mosmoUkg, respectively. Water loading decreased o q o 0 0 .0 1 4 6 4 ~ Research Center, UCLA School of Medicine, plasma AVP and osmolality to 0.6 ± 0.2 µU/ml and 282 ± 6 mosmol/kg, respectively. When fluid re- striction increased ocmolality, plasma AVP rose progressively to twice the baseline after 1 day, and to 6 times the baseline after 3 days. The rise in plasma AVP was linearly correlated with the rise in osmo- lality (r - 0.93; P < 0.001). Intravenous infusions of hypertonic saline produced significant rises in plasma osmolality and-plasma AVP. There was a dose-related rise in plasma AVP that declined later at the expected rate with the infusion of physiologi- cal amounts of synthetic AVP. (Endocrinology 9& 975, 1976) t f , , ;~;
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'f. I 76 t 'ta•-30 1LISSACIIUSUTTS INSTITUTE Or TECHNOLOGY KXlE/U1AI, COMNUNICATION AND PROJECT~XRi*01i14lINCR! AN INVESTIGATION INTO '1916 ROLE OP CATEKEEPERS ~ Ralph Kats and Hlchael L. Tushman • Alfred P. Sloan School of Management loI I ~- 6 i C Vt 1073-79 ~ ' July 1919 IwUSI'RIAL LIAISON PROGRAM p 4t1~0 ~0 t 4b53 11-2-79 DISTRIBUTED FOR USE BY MEMBER COMPANIES ONLY R"Y I I ,
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( 5033y 3250 76 I Ma- 81 MYTHS ABOUT PEOPLE AT i~R1C, NO. 1 sRFORMANCE APPRAISAL SYSTEMS IDENTIFY THE BEST PERFORMERS ~ _ James W. Driscoll Sloan School of Management MIT Industrial Liaison Program Report 5-51-81 A 4 0 0 A 0 i 4 6 5 1 k i : ;'~
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i PSYCHOLOGY, PHYSIOLOGICA~ BRAIN RESEARCl~ i/ i! /PSYCHORHYSI0L0GY/PERFORMANCE/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE QP 60 Ve 975 Research in Psychophysiology i , Edited br PETER H. VENABLES Pnrtologr Drponment. Cnirersin- of )'ork old MARGARET J. CHRISTIE St. Mar1's Hospital Medical School ard BedJord College, Universiiy oJladon JOHN WILEY & SONS London • New York • Sydney • Toronto _ ' t p 4 p o n o 1 4 6 s 8 i
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I Me67-80 S.P. 50334 3257 . ` i . _. 1-3-.0 _ =MASSACNUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ~ INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM • a• iM Lt&ZRIGL OT T!D :/OT I2NIIiTED (MIH) tYNDAWbs A LOOK AT [Uf0(tl01liQ tLVORS OMIDZIICA?ION PA21T1QIS o! So hiD PIIGTLCT CADUPS lalph Z.ts and Thomas J. AllSn Sloan iahool of Manaysrnt 0 4 0 0 fl p i 4 6 S, 2 i
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50334 3258 RC 49 Yo 1980 Effects of/ratigue on4uman Behavior andrPerformance. (Citations from the t1TIS Data Base). ° Feb 80 Mary E. Young. P850-80426s National Technical Information Service, Springfield, VA. Report period covered: Rept. for -1964-Jan 60, Supzrsedes NTIS/PS-79/0071, NTIS/PS-78/0126 and NTIS/PS-77/0064. The bibliography cites references on the psychological and physiological effects of mental and physical fatigue. Reports on circacian ghythm, work - rest scheaules, sleep deprivation, and physical endurance are included. (This updated bibliography contains 198 abstracts, 10 of which are new entries to the previous edition.) PRICE CODE: PC N01/MF N01 04oon 0i4 asq r I I STRESS/
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r'' JMd.r C Q.m. III Du -80 S.P. o 2 ?;~f:f~;~QrAT~~Q~t,,,SO~:TNE•,STQI~IACI~_DU~;~T;O° TrR tf ~ H ~L . .> . r~ r~) 0 ON M. HAJ, Z. I3URSTf:IN, E. )-IORN and. B. STAN•1LER 1Dcr utmrnt of Sur •ry. N hari a;c~r•rnmcnt ttut ta~~!dahari~a4 lcrac 1 6, .. e , • Af3STRACT. Accidental ingestion of trichiurofluoromethane (Freon 11) by a healthy adult male resulted in necrosis and multiple f+erfuratior.s of the slomach. jhe patient recovered after surgical inters•ention, the excision of necrotic tissue and the reestablishment of gastrointestinal centinuity. The (ree/ing action of Freon 11 is postulated as the cause of tissue necrosis. Is. ! Mcd Sci 16: 39~3-3-93. 19S0 0 4 0 0 n n 1 4 6 4 9 I ~ 50334 3248 St &,'. (19,fg i ~~
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:PERFORMANCE/BEHAVIORAL SCIENCE/ ~~~y...~ ~:...:.. . . ATTENTION and PERFORMANCE V111 I Edired by Raymond S. Nickerson Bolt en.nt4 wtd xn.+n.r. !nc Crnbridsr. M.uochurern. 11SA `.i LAWRENCE ERLBAUM ASSOCIATES, PUBLISHERS 1980 Hillsdale, New Jasey \ 0 4 c~ A n a ~ 4 b 5 5 , ~
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~ 50334 3228 RJR CLASS NO. PA."ii')I1.UT 75 X 1.a1 Laguarda, R. ; CllenboBen, rS. ; I:ap..an, A.; Gi llis, B. ; O'Connell, C. ; jYjfU'i; NM ; Iluber, C . (liarvard rled. Sch., Dep. Med. Throndike Lab.; Beth Israel Ilosp., Boston, Mass. , V. S.) ACUTE AII:I?Ati.r RESPONSE TO SMOKIi3G TOBACCO CIGARETTES ANU SYNTi:ETIC S`IOKI::C qVV'Pn Clin. Res. 23 (No. 3) 349A (1975) (in En~lish) MATERIAL IN The purpote of thestuJ,v was to ne.sure acute air-ay responses and earboxyhcs.og lobin (HbCQ) Icvels after inhalation of smoke from eiyarettes conlosed of Kentucky reference tobacco (kR), synthetic inokinp o3tcrta! (5) and a bla•nJ of S-;t tob.iceo-SOt s>7nthetie seokint raterial (Ti). All subjects r.•-e healthy, nonasthnatic young adults, stio were both, amokers and nonswokers. hbCO levels were significantly -elevated by Kk ci`arcttes, but not by TS and S. Partial and full taax:nia expiratory flow-volmnc naneuvcr4 were perforocd on a pr-eurw- rachotraph, v:tt tracing! photoqraphrJ from an oscilloscope. Flow rstcs of partial flo.-voluMes at Sus vital capacity were expressed as tS9/tio in 1/sec/L, with the fo2lowlnt results: *3.975, No. 11, W 3924**d* Tohacco r,lanafacture (medicine): Cigarette Bcfore Snokina Aiter Sawkine Paired t test KR - 1.69 1.41 p<0.04 TS 1.70 1.44 p<C.0119 S 1.63 1.SS N's These results indicate thcre was a decrease in tSat•Si; follvsin; inhalation of KR and SS smuke, but no ehanqe after S sauke. Ahen analrtcJ separately. the Jc:toase in -Sn/-'Sn as a-atr,efird in the nsn- saokers after KR and i"S, but not after S. Thor.-ctc gas vulur,c. air•ay resistance and specific conductance reeair.ed unchanted after all products. In conclusion. pure s>^nthetie sr.okeny nstcrial has no acute effect on the above testtJ pirancters, vqeroas iutrlatton of purc tobucco and a blend of t.d,acco and synthotic smoking material cauc,•J acute eonstriction of the small airways. .~...-~..~o~.~ ~ p 4 ~ 0 n ~ o 1 .q 5 2 g ;'~
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j 5033k 3259 I Ctiria:ic, Gcorrc 2?icholau D?.'VFi.~ ~~.~rx ATdD l:Pi'T.ICATS(,:7 G~I' A.~,"~r~: u i't'.R 'A.;.4ti'.TZ3:ISG t:,14, Yoxb: trwiverofty Ph. D. T:,,:!:{s D4 t1 0 t) C3 1 4 6 6 0
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IX Re -80 S.P,2 . ( iwttunktK~iwt pn~xhuudu ot cd crnrKrtSiff lnkrnuci(wtu! wIhn• tt+rniao unuliticuz ~hr fu ~~uirrdcrr unthichncd ct*+rmki in fkmOMi 44 : 7 0l tn ik rNn•koubri• ck• 1 y7K. 0 I",. ,~G 0c; 64 Estudio comparativo de metodos para ta determinacion de monoxido de carbono en aire. J. BARTUAL, M•. J. BERENGUER X. GUARDINO.-frPEREt-flE'-tA-OSS/~ IN'1'RODUCCION La frecuente presencia de monoxido de carbono eomo cc+ntaminante en ambientes laborales y urbanc,s. unida a su clcvada toxicidad. justilira cl intcri. dc su (ktcrminaci6n con metodos apropiados a cada cir- cunstancias. I:n la pr:ictira estac circunaancias pucdcn obligar a dctcrminacKmes cxaoas o a cvaluacitmc. r.ipida.m aproximadas. a la obtcncHSn dc valores promcdiu o dc ~ort~ pic~ y~ ey~luac~one4mt~ Io~lira~+s 0 m tad•~res Ko`•~' un amplio cspacto fisico. , , Ello scnula la wnvcnicncia dc diax)ncr de mcttxl( analitieos capacec de realizar de mancra prartica tod: e.ctas modalidades de determinacion de mondxido c carbono. Por otra parlc. cuundo cc •prcti:is:t cvahwr I prescncia dcl contaminantc con rclack)n a unon.• limitc cstablecidos. t-rrno cs cl caso cn ambicntc:. Iatxirulr. cs cpinvcnicntc diaxincr dr mctoxkic analiticns cuy cxactitud y preci.itin xan cYmrxidrr. para a.i („K1c e:+timar el margen de Lonfianza de kn re•ultidtx obtenidos. sin necesidad de efectuar determinacionr repetidas. 1
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50334 3256 VI$ION/PRODUCTIVITY/PEBpOElMApCg/ ~. _.. 11 RC 49 Si 1976 Psychological Aspects and ~ ~I'liysiological Correlates of ork and Fatiue a -C b Couipiled and Edited by ERNST SIMONSON, DI.D., Dr. rer. nat. h.c. CHARLES C THOMAS and PHILIP C. AVEISER, Ph.D. • Postdoctoral Rpsearch Fellow ry CardiovascularPub~ionary Research LaLorafo ~frrlrl • Illinois Sprin Univeriily of C.olorndo 1lledical Center l {I V ".' ~ n'ro',n0 1 4 bF. Denver, Colorado /l z , \U , ~_..
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1 50334 3237 SAE Tech. Pap.. 1975, 1-10(1975). CARBON PtONOXIDE--DETERMINATION/ 76 111 Pe1 1''J. Caterpillar Tractor Co. ; L C. Eroarin ; Cummins Engine Co., Inc. J. H. Johnson Michigan Technological Univ. : Co®pereative Evaliuma-~lio n o Techniques sar M e a c. u rd-- 1 n g I'MitrlC and Cwri;:;on M o n o 3 ~~~~ ~~~'~~~~ ~~ 9 ~0 L ~) THE CI:C-AP1tAC CAPI 1-64 GASEOUS EMISSION PANEL of the Con:position of Diesel Exhaust Program Group has at-. temptcd- to cstablish precision and accuracy in the mcasurc- n>znt of.fioscl exhaust entissions (1, 2)*. Two subpancls of this group h;jvc conducted this cffort, the Hydrocarbon Sub- pancl and the NO and CO subpancL This report covers the rccently.:miplcted Plwsc IV tests of the NO and CO subpancl. Ttte overaIl nrcio:an: tn rtmc is cummsrivrai in T..i.!r I. . were satisfactory for steady-state measurement. Tho proce- dures used in Phase lI1 evolved into SAE Recommended Prac- ticc J-177 (3). The Phase IV tests were conducted with the following objectives in mind: 1. To verify that the improvement in the results of Phase Ill over the earlier tests was due to improvements in samnlini; and ur•.alftic and ant .lun to /!ie eimidtnnrmne on•,Iv,ic a446 30 , ,
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1. ltepurt No. 2. -Gavern~~ic~it ti::!scssioi iii No. ~ 3. Recipint'S Catalog No.~ DOT 1{S-80] 235 . ~ 4. Title and Sul~t itle 5. ]Lel:ort Date- Oct 1974 ~ ' T: FF~; C~'S OF NOKIO U S CA SL S ON llR I :R ---------- ~ T ~~s ~~ '? ':~c- r.~~~fr0~~•z ----- 0• Pcrforminb UrganizZtian Cade _ ?. Author(s) Thomas 11. Itoc.cwell, ]tob~rt L. ~Vicl:, Jr., 8. Performing Uri;?nizatioi; and K. N. Balasubramanian Report No. RF-3734 . u s . , ~. _- N!l t. f,m. I,+~. ~tlvJ.'CL ' 10. Work Unit No. 9. _ :.. Performing Organization Namce'and Address The Onio State University, Systems Research Group 11. Contract or Grant No. Dept. of Industrial & Systems Engineering nOT-HS-115- 3-772 Columbus, Ohio 43210 1.3-. Type of -Rep c~rt and Period - - Covered-Final Technical Re~.. 12. Sponsoring Agency Nanie and Address: National Iligh- port, June 1973-Aunust 1974 way Traffic Safety Acmin., Dept. of Transportation 14. Sponsoring Agency Code 400 Seventh Street, S. W. ,~'~'ashington, D. C. , 20590 . 0 4 n 0 n 0 1 4 6 5 6 ..... /; 7.l-SO ~ 50334 3255 ~ d I ;~
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01 / , 4DLqK4 tq~ r ~___ . ° fi ~ ~ c t~sT n-n~a ~ AC-li,.V-1 C--, -O 1010%_l-t-,. A. t°DDZ- I _ •~ - _ . - w ,;C,~~ "" . ---I ' - - , - - ~ ~ l l l anguage er ition planned and • Englis a- /C . iranslated from the Japanese undcr the auspices of ti:e lal,ar Alanabement Center _ _ lnc. American 'Management Association. ~ne. 'Cv
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~-'~ `.AR~CO.SPOT1:ti'1)S/ SCDIU23/ POTASSIUri. /LlTiii.UM/' Ri.r . 5033a '324a l~ 1 , QD /BF.RYLLIUri/ CAi.(,IUM/ PAt',PiL'vIU"•I/ BORON/ It:D;.ttM/ SILICON/ 151 Cm /GERMANIUPf/ ZINC/ LEAD/ I•`L;iOTtINE--ORGAiVI(; C0?iPOUNDS/ 1975 Grhelin ! ianal#.fuch aer Anoroar~EJc~~~c~n Cl,e~~~i~ F.rg5nzungswerk zur achten kul.rtaae l3and 25 New Supplcment Series Pc:rfluarhaCagenarga:io-kfcriairkduii-eii dut' Haup~y,rtipl)oi-ic~~r~~e~r~i^; Toil 4 Vetbindunger. mit Flcrnenten der 1. bis 4. Hauntrruppe (aii(3er Kohlenstoff) Springer-\rerlag fierlin • Heidelberg • New Yor4 1975 0 40 0' 0 0 1 4 545
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~`-- ~ 50334 3268 < I MeA7-80 S. P. 'THB~"1~~~tFORMAN~;;A~PRAISAL. PROCES~i , Y. ..~., , ..., ELECT„~.~..,~~~BY B ,±A+ti- ` ED LIOGRAPNY,'~ Katie R. Schneider Assistant to the Director Leadership Development Division and Donald L. Hawk Director Leadership Development Division Special Report March 1980 ®Center for Creative Leadership Post Office Box P-1 Greensboro, North Carolina 27402 Q 4 Cl Q 0 0 1 4 S 6 9 , I ;"~
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HF 5549 Ne 1977 ARCHrR ' ~ PERPORMAt3CE-=MFAStiIiEMENT/PRODUCTI VITY/ ~s: PRgCEEaINGS of the /HUMAN /FACTORS SOCIETY 21 st ANNUAL IVi EE`i'c NC: ` 50334 3263 San Francisco, California October 17-20, 1977 I 4 6 6 q I , GATE1'VAYS'r'O ~1~~~~~THE FUTURE :
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XX 1teF-D-A~3-7a BLACK TEA ~ 33/ - R. •L. Wichrcmasinghc C"wo ~..~ .>e.:..... __e.~..~_ -, . (Tea Itesearch Insiinrle of Sri Lanka. Kandy) Thcatlar•ins,•thcarubigins, amino a:ids, polyphcnols and moisture contents of :' (ca uridcrwent quantiiative ehan^es during stora;c; and some of these •changes%vere• •' reiatcd to the valuation of thc storcd s3rnp!es. Th.afavins, as well as eatcchin levels, ''eahtnbuttd'to the enhanted`Vaiuatioti`df 4 tet. ssmptc: - It is well known that freshly-made black tea has a 'raw' or'grcen' taste, and this ~ 'mcllo:vs' on storage for a few weeks. Prolonged storage, however, especially under ~ conditions in vvhi:}t li-ht and moisture are not excluded, leads to a deterioration in the quality of the tea, ultimately resulting in 'softness', ie lacking in brisktie;s and ; i f' having a'flat' taste. It is already known that some of the characteristics of tea can ~ be correlated to dc`tnite chemical compounds; eg Roberts (1962) has shown that ~ ~ 'there is a direct, al:houeh not perfect, relationship between quality and theaflavin - content,'and between the colour of tea liquors and the relative quartities of thea- ~~ . ftavins and thearubigins. Other workers have shown a relationship bctw•een amino ~ y. ' acids (Bokuchava and Popov 1954; NS'ickrcmasinghe 1967; Co and Sanderson 1970) ~' and mangancse (Wicl:remasinghc, Perera & de Sil:a 1969), with flavour, and the ~' . . ~..-..-;~...7:• Q 4 CI Q~~ o • 1 46 ,_{....5.03 3q. 323.4 C4-tL•'NflCl1L CEfAhr` L"-S bURti\G STORAGL OF , ~,
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1 50334 3267 i I MeA7-79 S.P. DIPLOYEES•--EVALUATION/ 1 £Vt R0ditMUCg.~APPI'tA1SAT.iliPr'LFGA4;~IiPPECTS J. Vernon Odom Center for Creative Leadership 1 ' . Revised March 1979 by Keith J. Edwards h-'!Technical Report . Number May 1977 / 3 ©1977,uCe~Iter for Creative Leadershil (1) All Rights Reserved Rosemead Graduate School of Professional Psychology Biola College ' La Mirada, California 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 4_ 6 -6_ 8 _.M. f ,
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r g_-q qIr I u U U U b Q 'i' '!t '$d;TTO AOOe+Otga3 •odx 'TT3R-0*72aas4 'M$va 9£L 996T r:ozrlFA3'F'I11Z Z1.3aan 9 SISA`LYtiy SS2:IZsAiI 80g 30IvH 83f,"W"dodMd .0 TathT1v ca°l • XoAZ . <.: ..~~,.. , .. ..,..~.;-• ~s ~- ~ ° LhSS 3H~ S9Z£ AE£OS
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0~*H KN1 t.t'r.o,!/ /.VI A N~4 olsoe awT'- rE~..•E.i~l=-.EXta H1i r„E :paRCc t --I~tA~'AG~~IEN~ ~ Pd l9' 7l ~ ~~~or, . ~ ~~~~~~~~ 7 Ca (D 'n w"40a1c7l ~'~(B 8 for Engineers in Management, and for Those Who Want to Get There a ko N ~ ~ ~ M 0 In I 0 4 n 0 n Q 1 4 6 6 SHerbert Popper Edited by . -- ~
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76 I Ma-79 ` MASSACHUSETTS INSTITUTE OF TEGH-NQLO~GY ° PERFORMANM<~tif4lTkTiU4S',011rPARM1ETffi'E5T7MpT IOfl"Ok"CLOSECY~'SPACED`WP1'TZ/ft -TARGErTSyUSiitg,~SNO~~;fOISe:=OETECTOR-:iiODEL ~ t 9-78-79 51 M.-J. TSAI AND K-P, DUNN LINCOLN LABORATORY nJs INDUSTRIAL LIAISON PROGRAM 0 4 0 0 t1 0 f 4 b T 4 ~ 50334.3273 i~ ~ .. ~
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50334 3271 XX MeClO 75 S.P. - .~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ "gpecial Report 158: December 1973 Agricultural Experimen't Station. ~...,._:. . University of Missouri•Columbia Columbia, Missouri. - r ~ '-'li'Emc M-11-4 ~~ ~ei y . ~ `J~ w {{ft 4 6 7 2 . _. __, ...._. / ,
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/ .HF 5439 La 1979 ARCHER . /lerforrnance Appraisalt. ' ~. MANAGEMENT--MARKETING/ field Sales . 1 ~ 50334 3266 c I / RONAtO SERIES ON~MARKETING MANAGEMENT 6eties Editor: FREDERICK E. WEBSTER, Jr. ~ _ 0 4 ~%~ ~~ :~f~~=:~ ~ ~~~~~ The Amos Tuck School OI &a/nes8 AdministraUon , ~CLARK LAMI3ERT O.Rnauth CoAeye A RONALD PRESS weucATIa+ SONS, New York • ChkhesNt • Brqb+n JOtM iMLEY & i~rS'C C~JT'Y • ToroMe e , ,,~ ~ ,
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~ 50334 3270 ~ ~ 73 Xi Fo1-77 T4PACC0--GT:RMANY/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 73 XI Fol-77 s.p. S.P. Lebensmittel Praxis, Switzerland _~•~,o_r_.,_. r _ .. ..... ,...... ' 975'.' ~' SALE ~,Q~„ ~ I.GARETTE ,liARf.E~ :~tfT~fIE FEAERAL REPUBLIC OF GERMANY = PERFORMANCF~; T- ~,,.-S OF ~~`A1NIN$~F00YSTORES~ ' CIGARETTES - • . *Zigaretten gewinnen im LebensmIttel-Einzelhandel.)* Lebensmittel Praxis, Switzerland, 1976, p, 80-90 (Apr. 4, 1976) (in German with English summary) ~ The demand for flavorful mild cigarettes Is grovin}; and market segmentation lis still on the rise. The pending: increase of taxes on tobacco'products causes concern and a price incrense may cause some shift in the market shares 1 of the individual quality groups of cigarettes. Cigarette sales declined ' •by 22 to about 124 billion units in 1975 as compared to 1974. The decline number of foreign vorkers. is attributed to the 4.52 price increase in May ]Q75-and-th"ecr.eRse in the I Y 0 4 ~ 0 n 0 1-4 6 r ~ ; ~~
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I 50334 3261 e 1"/ Il~o'- ur) vS~••~A.v.pG~.yG~a.r-- oss4l?., ~1,41r44 0 r~efl: ., .0,0 oR-f .f,"" AIA HA4 rof syr- OSS~Ri,e s ---.WAeA6~~~`N~ ~ 94, a MAKING IT HA PPEN r lly/ The Unit President Concept : J. Keith Louden - 0 4 0 0 n b 14 6,6 2
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'3 XI Fol-77 S.P.: (Nov. 27, 1976)*. • 50334 3274 i .~ ~ RJR CLASS NO. PAPiI'HLET 73 XI Fo1-77 s.p. Haus Neuerburg, Cologne, Cer.• _ ~HL~;~'~RFO~tIiANCE;~Q$r11AUS:.N~UERBURG WA5 STRONG IN 1976: 1 *(Haus Neuerburg holt kraftig auf. Bemuhen um den Markt fur leichte Zigaretten.)* Haus Neuerburg, News Release, Cologne, Cer..(Nov. 1976) (in English) *Abstr. in: Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung 1976 (No. 268) p. not given ~ Cigarette sales of Haus Neuerburg increased to 5.67 billion units in the first 10 months of 1976. This is a•gain of 12.37% over the same period of 197'>. ~_ The overall gain by the entire industry for this period was'only 3.2%. .:•. .. • . • . . ~ ~ . " . . . ~. . , . . I ` ; n 4 0•Q 0 0 1 4 b 7 5 . . , f i ~ . , ;'~,
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~ 503319 3275. l -; ,. . . LaPham. D. F. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET XI To10-75 (Tobacco Res. Bd. Rhodesia, Rhodesia) -T!i'P.", hERl'ORMANCE AND PHYSICAL AND CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CURREFiLY PRESCRIBED- BURi.EY`-'TOBACCOY VARIETIES •:' rkt~A _ p `R~hodesia Agr. Jour. 72 (No. 4) 109'1(1975) (in English) *Keywords:* moisture, cured, constituent; nicotine, cured, constituent. , 0'. 4 0 0 0 0 1* 4 6 7 6
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,3 Me2 50334 3283 (1969) hwvcts, Yvcs-R,+ao 1,E P11It`sV.'•I '1i~20 Pe:£ttma) ~A.zinqlee Gurcbht~rd 46 197-213 (1968) p 4 o Q t~ t~ 1 4 6 8-q
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~ 50334 3279 ~1ris-76 ~ -W FEBRUARY 1976 JOURNRL Or THE ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING DIVISION . P--»FMCM'Nrer46P- SfNdEt ,.~',,~~y N ~1[Kr.ATWr-rr'UIVTTS°'~=±~ By Richard J. Otis' and William C. Boyle,2 Ai. ASCi's The primary goals of wastewater treatment are to protect the public health and prevent deterioration of environmental quality. The achicvement of these goals is particularly important with on-site treatment and disposal systems %:here dispos, f of the wastewater occurs in close proximity with human activity. Until recently, the septic tank-soil absorption field system was used exclusively to treat and dispose of household wastewater in rural settings. The system is an excellent method for disposal of wastewaters from isolated homes when prorerly designed and installed because of its low cost and minimal requirement for maintenance. Unfortunately, over half of the total land area of the United States has soils that are too :.lowly permeable for its installation. . _.. . . . . . . . -- -~- -- _ ...~: ~ 0 4 Do n 4 1 46 8 0 Ir ,
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,,o, 'PIRFtia01A°':Aiitx"?Ff.ASI(~i'..~1I~~~~5,: ~ ema Cheiaic3.~.s) ~. ArctAndo.:, Sreffan PFR`'J;U A?W PIGV'4R CtlDttVALS (Arwwe C4o-Aica].5) Z, ZI 1969 SCaffen Arcfiaawer ESout,:I,air, N. J. , eye 0, _ . -t _.
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50334 3280'. ARCHER I MANAGF34F.NT--nPERATIOY/nUDi TIP:C/ Performn the pratona/udlt SECOND EDITION Archie McGhee AMERICAN MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATIONS • Extension Institute Q 4 4 Q i~ t1 ,1 4 b. 8 I . _, ,
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50334 3291 983 Be a 134,1oti±3:I'j:U1 Z ~Elt2'i7~~:ca~ SYI:aUTICS ta:,A TSTL :MS 1951 4VS Pu,^,es Van Hostztnd rea? York 4092
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~ 50334 3276 I MeP,i 77 S,P. . c ~ Jour. Library Automation 9(3)210-21(1976) V .-.,graplis ~ „tc.rX ti- *tJ~N.Cu 1~ip~'eK1~;egxessioe _,Abdu1 RAOUF: Professor, Department of Tndustrial f:nginecring, Univcrsity of Windsor;lFeroz AI•INij:D: Systems Lihrarian, University of Windsrr; C~ 2 Syed M. ASAD, Polysar Ltd., Sarnia, Ontario, Canada. Possibilities of using y-egression techniques for predicting, ecaluatiitg and controlling the performance of bibliographic search procedures arc explrnr•d. "Least time" search sequences for bibliographic scarching are de- termined. BACKGROUND ANIll INTRODUCTION ~. Libraries, like other organizations, are concerticd with operating rcquire- ; mcnts that itirlude scheduling, planning «,ork assignmcnts, cost estimation, ' forec•asting, l)uc•~~etjng, iajower control and performance evaluation. 0 A ~ QAia~y lbf t~!cj~.c9bui nts nay be performed iiiacleduately because of tlie inability to cstimate manpower requirements for a given rolimie. of_%zork,_._ i r I
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~ 50334 3289 . : . ,t.:; .._....._.;.~`:. ;s..~,,a's. _:._.._ ... s....L...:~: :.. 1 (A-roma Che.~~lcs2o) I, II e.4 AYcGFY2GCr, StFSfFCA i/ cl pEr.FUr:S AND YUvar~ CaEMaCALS Ref i TP 983 Ar 7.959 2 Vala. , TP Stcafou krcteidzr - Y,cr.tcl"'r-, H. J. 983 Ar 7e. ~ 4 Cl n(~ p 1 4 6 • 9 0
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Agron. Jour. 45 105-110 (1953) Peiformane i of - Recovered - Popcorn Inbred _Vnes-Derived ~ 80 I I Po , . ~ Yutcrosses ~.-. ,to - Dent ~ ,~ S.P, fro~~ .~ Corn :Y ~ I. J. Johnson and J. G Eldredge2 0 tiority of recovered lines in crosses was explained on the basis that dominant favorable genes had been transferred from the nonrecurrent to the recurrent parent. If domi- nance were incomplete, some F, crosses between recovered lines would then be expected to yield higher than F, crosses between the original inbred parents because some genes, beterozygous in the original F; • cross, would be bomozy$ous in-the cross with recovered lines. Such a con- dusion is not compatible with the overdominance explana- tion for heterosis as outlined by Hull (2). In the present study, data will be presented on the performance of several groups of recovered popcorn inbred hnes representing one and two generations of bad.aossing to the popcorn parents following the original crosses to selected dent corn inbreds. These recovered popcorn inbreds were self-pollinated from four to 5i•e generations after backcrossing .and were tested for combining ability in crosses to unrelated popcorn single aosses. . I MpROVENtfNr of popcorn by inbreeding and subsequent hybridiution now has become a standard procedure with this crop. Yellow endosperm inbred lines extensively used have been obtained from such existing o n-pollinated vari- eties as South American, Yellow Pearl, Queens Golden, and Supergold, while Japanese Hulless has been the most com- ~ mon source for white endosperm inbred lines. Most of the popcorn inbred lines, when compared with dent corn, are relatively inferior in resistance to root lodg- ing and stalk breaking largely because the open-poIlinated : varieties from which they onginated. also were Iacking in t these desirable qualities. In general, popcorn inbreds are = relatively productive, thus lack of stalk strength has not been a manifestation of inbreeding depression. Among available dent corn inbred lines several have ~ been developed that possess excellent stalk qualities, both ; i-as inbreds and in hybrid combinations. It seemed quite : t logical, therefore, to attan t the improvement of popcorn _ .._ ._. . _ , .. >_....,......~ 0 4 tl o 0 a 1 4 6 7 9
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503343269. . ~:.:.:,_ _.....,.....~.--_~, 73 III }C(' '%I{ ' ~~r~~rr~l•19f2.Vo1.tJ.PO.?vS_M1. Pe:gamonPrc%.. Primedin(ircarHnra.e S•P., PEIiMANe1Tf3FkTi-t.F ;. 6E2I:SBANE.SOLr~R HOUSL~' NORMAN R. Stll?iill7ANt`""" ' (Rtceiurd S Jantrnrv 1972) Abstract- A house with an absorption air co+ulitionir,g syatem operated hy Aat-plate sofar colLctnr% ha% bcerr built in Brisbane. Australia. After briefly descrrbing the hou.e and equi;.mcnt. tite paper g,vc% thr pcr- (otmance of the house for a typical clear summcr d:ry. It is suFFc%ted that the equipment perinrnnrncc .hmuld be adequate for the air conditiontng of houaes in the Auctratian tropics where rcliahle summcr rncobriwn is available. How•evcr, the results of a cost study of variuus types of air conditioned houses for thc Au.trali.tn . tropiclt show that solar air conditioninE is only marginally economic. RfsumE- A Bribane en Australic. a etc construite une maiton qui est munie d'un systeme de conditionne• Rxnl d'air. ottirc par une plaque eolkctrice solaire plate. L'ctude decrit bricvement la mai.on ct ic dr.- positif, et dor,ne la performance de cette maison rendant une juurnee J'etc typique. La perform;rn%e du dr%- positif devrait ctre sut)isante puur fournir le condrtionnement d'air dans des maicons. dans ie ciim;rt trut+,c;,l d'AuslraGe ou I'insoiation en cte est sure. Une ctude du cout des diti'crents types d'acclimuu.%eur% den% dcs _ maisons. dans le climat tropical d'Australie.. montre cependant que les acclimatiscurs solaircs sont ;r pcrne plus economiqucs. Resumen-Ha sido conktruida en Brisbane (Austra!ia) una casa con sistema dc ciimatizacion por ahvirciun operado medianle captadores de energia solar de placa plana. Dcapucs de presentar una de.cripcittn cucrnta de la cata y de la in%talacion. Ia ponencia pasa a crpuner el rendimicnto de la caca cn funciun .ic tin tit+icu dia despcjado de vcrano. Sc setiaia yue el rcndimicnto del equipo podria ser adccuado para la chmatiincrun dc ;.: . ='I viviendac en la zona tropical australiana. donde se onttene bucna inwlacion en el verano. Sin emi,,irtcu. lus resuttados de un cstudio de cottes sobre varios tipos de vivicnJas climatizadas para cl trupicu au.traLano dernucstran que la climatizacion por enerFia solar solo prescnta una economia marginal. 0 4 aa aai 4670 , c ,
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Encyclopedia of chemical teclmolor;y, erlitedd by Ita3-mond E. I"s.irk and Donald F. Othtncr. Assistant editors: Janet D. Scott and Anthony Standen. New York, Interscicnce En- cyclopedi'l E1947- '-V i_ v. litns. 27 cm. Includes Llbltographles. CotaTr:nTB: -v.1. A to Anthrttntdes.-v. 2. Anthrone to crrhon-arc.-- v. 3. Carbon (cont'd) to cinchophen.-v. 4. Cineole to dextrose.-c. 5. DI- to exploslves.-v. 6. Explosives (cont'd) to furfural.-v. 7. Fur- naces to l.olite.-v. 8. Ion eSchanze to metal plating.-v. 9. .lletnl sur- face treatment to per.iciliin.-v. 10. Yentao:ne to polSmethlno dyes.- v.11. Polyols to rutin. 1. Chemistry, Techntcnl-Dlcttonaries. L ICirk, Raymond Eller, 1890- ed. TP9.E68 ~ 660.3 48-231 rev* Library of Congress 4' 6 g-!~ i tr5-1d=101 , 7-/
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TY rioncrieif, U.W. 983 Chemistry of perflimery rnterials. London, M United Trade Press, 1949. 344 P• 22 cm. ~ 4 0 0 n t~ i 4 ! tl., 2
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,} 50334 3287 . ~ ,A t.:., E:•'V,r b rj /j 'J;-:J . :. ~. N rj r ., .. i - , . ~ . r . ~ bdsiness econometrics division ~ECHND~IC publishing Co., It W- State St., Westport, Conn. USB (203) 226 G 3 ., ELAVi1R 9. ^ '-,.' .. Y. . ~ g 11 • 11. /~.. . . ..__ . .. . ~.' .__.. . ..... .. . in cooperation with .-V.. W-,"* , ~~ ``,f_.t ..........w''-_. +-..~.._~•~...~.~._...-.+_.... f i~
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50334 3277 73 IlI itei 74 . t . s.r. • ~ Sdor Cnrry; p. Vol. 12. pp. !:3-3?(1. PcrFYmnn Prrss. l9A4. Prinacd i!i Great 8riuio • ofS'tnbi:s..S.e=anct?i~?fanct ~f +1`y'~*a.u',!..: ~''eir~drma>yre Tyr~d~fit~~h Y7oubte- lspo,sure 5olar-:.,ir Heaters R. K. SURI and 1. S. SAINIt (Rccei rcd : 4 January 1969) INTRODUCTION IN THE PAST ten years. a considerable number of papers have been published relating to ti:e actual desi;n, optimization of parameters. and performance of solar-air heaters. Most of the work reported in the literature requires a considerable amount of understanding and cfiort for performance prediction of new designs of solar-air heaters. Since the number of variables in- volved is IarSe, it becomes a tedious job to predict the effectiveness of a new heater design. The present work considers these variables for studying the performance prediction of single- and double-exposure types of solar-air heaters. These parameters have been conveniently reduced to essentially three non-dimensional groups. The results have been shown in the form of the temperature distribution of the fluid as it passes through the heater. A single set of generalized performance Fredictiott curves has been drawn for non-dimensional exit temperature as a function of two non-dimensional parameters, for both types of heater. DESIGN CONFIGURATION AND ENi RC'iY TRANSFER PROCESSES A simplified version of a solar-air f,eater may be considered to be a flat passage betwern I _ two, aarallel. plates.- une..of._>yhic,h _is_hlackened. to..a.hsorh•,T-hP._rn~Yim~~ 0 4 (l t~ ~ G 1 4 6 7 t>;
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~ 50334 3299 ~ rp a ~~# P ~if~saexy?a~. ~ 983 j Je .;~ o~ o o c~ 0 1 4 7 ao , ;~
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a 1.9eS6 MoncriefT, rt w The chemical sen-es. \ew York, J. Wiley iliilGl vii, 424 p. illue. 23 cui. Bibliography: p.875. , i !`lJI ~''~r `~ 19L 'l ! l. Senses and seusation. 2. 1'hysiolobical chetnistrt•. 1. Title. [QP431.Ai J Gl~.BG A 4R--S:,lu' I llinois. Unic. J.ibrnrv for Library of Congrers iG•1e3i r 50334 3300
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~ , .50334, 3282 y 80 XI Wo `~pERFUME/TOBACCO--FLAVOR & ODOR/ RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 80 XI Wo Worner, P. (Hatartttann Reimier) AMERICAN PERFUME TRENDS IN THE 1970'S. Manuf. Chem. Aerosol News 51 (No. 4) 60-61, 64-65, 67, 70, 73 (Apr. 1980) (in English) *Keywords:*tobacco mentioned. .-The small number of tobacco rertunte, in the L~ncalogy ic made up of %cr% individual creations. that ma% he charactrri.eJ a% follows: Kanon: Scannon (I966) is a%cn aromatic complex %%ith :t .tn+ne frazrancc cuntaininz a naturalistic tohacco note. %1oxomwind/Avon (101) ia a tcminine %cr.iun tit this theme. Oland/Awn (1y7/1). and Mon Triomhhe!William• (1973). arc fanta•\ tobacco notcs with a t\rc-Lictcrmininz pcr.is tcnt amber component. More comrlc\ and multitawrcJ i. Ro\al Copenhagen S%%:in{. ( I`1%U). %%hich in it% titlln~.: of 1 at-rance- horJi-r: iat thc 'E\tr:uth IUr l, men'. \lcntion must also he made of anuther ;. hcrfiimc-duo in this family. ha•cd on the .ame ':hcrfumi•tic iJCa and therefore clo.ch related in ;+ odour: Aromatic Elixir/Cliniyuc• Lah.( ly7?). a ~ hca%v, rosy pertuntc with leather accent. and ; , 's~rami~ ~NN1, Hcrhal'LauJer (1y7i), 0 4 4 0 n 0 i 4 b 83 i
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50334, 3303 ! i ltc•f. L Perfumery and P-mEntial oil record., and .,._ J, jLondon, G. and 11f. Pressj ',n:•iu.: '. ' ir- c l c v. In ilins. 25-28 cm. monthly. Began publlcation 1n 191.0. Cf. Willings press guide. "Incorporatlr_g Flavours, fruit ju1cea s.nd spices review." Supplements accompany some numbers. 1. Perfumes-Perfod. 2. Essences and essential oils-Period. TP983.A427 , ,r1. G5-266 58 Library of Congress ga58b}l 1
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~ AE ~%p ~~, ; y},uvo "rants€ Sor 4TPVIA~P:'P Laxarc3, Frexe PARF lx~:S FCUti 'rABNCS o (Pcrfum as Flavaranta far Ta'.aceo*) Parftcmes r7rtmco 1923 (F'o, 11) 4S-•r5 (1923) 14 6 a 7
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: _ ~. • _ .... 50334 3305 f{•~ T@ Ilest T.F. y$3 Synthetic neriumes. London, Edward Anold, v 1949. viii, 380 p. 22 cm. +s•srf'fT`Y~~+~`~':.` '% _~~~xrs ......'[:~:'~x^`_: S'...~c•~•;- a4no~~~ ~ 4 70 6 ._ ~~~ .wra+~n•w~w :!PVa!7!'~'t."-~!~'='~~!I `7 t• ,
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~ 50334 3306 ~,Perfurner~J-lerminoiogy; ~ -~.'.=."+z:n`~re ~.~t~'dtrsxt.r=~tsl2 Ss' `'.~.~.iG~1s,~ d .~.. Bc:htivy kI:AGi:ASCE Y1::A.ki:'31:C. . ~, 4•3fi;:, ' ~ Eer~::y rashta~i ~,9 (t3.a. 6) 124 ppe t3un:~ a~b3} ~~ o~1 4! 0 7. , , , I
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50334 3304 TP 983 P q'+ -_ __ ...: ._..:.~..., .~:~.:......~._.. ,q"fUMerrOw-;;. Poucher, William Arthur. Perfulnes, cosmetics & soaps with especial reference to syn- thetics, by William A. Poucher ... Third editiun ... iT.on- donl Chapman R Ilall, lt.d., 192J-030. 2 v. t)lus., plates. 23". Vol. 1, ]wblishcd 1'k30. 1. Cosmetits. 2. Perfumery. 3. Soup. U. S. Dent. of agr. Library /~" 308['SS for Library of Coneress ~['1'1".1S3.1' 1 1-1:,c1I ~ 4 4 0 n o 1 4 7 0 5 , Agr 31-H4 f
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50334 3296 ~ r Dw a j 't 1/`iu ! ~,~o~. LF.~ Je e. F;: .. . d~ C....~ ._ y....C ..3 rcv:r:c. 4501 14 6 9 7
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~ 50334 3310 . - __._ . .-.:..~,~~._ _ _ _. . _ ~4.a:,.:.~...;......,~.d...;..•.,.~.:...,a... ~~ G .,,iy. .y.:.~.~~.... ,.,r.....+.:e.-.~:..~...~_i~..,...... 11,3 Per~utt~ery~ an~essentlaL oii n~ ord:, , iLonden, G. and Di. Pres51 V. io tllus. 2,"r-2d cm. monthly. ~ Began publication In 1910. Cf. Willinga preAs guide. "Tncoiporntiug Flnvours, f.ru,t julce,a and epices review." Supplements accompany some numbers. 1. Ferfumes-Period. 2. 1,%3euce3 and exseutlal olls-Period. TP983.tL427 - , G5--2E85? Ltbrary of Congress ~ [a58b}l 0 4 0 0 0 o; 1 4 7 1 1
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, 50334 • 3309 .. '` a 4A 245 ...lF I 4 7 Foi tschi itte der Cheniie. orl;anischer Naturstoffe. Prot irss in the cbcmistry of orpsnic natural products. Prorres .I.UIs la chimic des substance-s orb:uiiques naturelles. 1.--• i •- 13cL Wien, Shringer-Verln ; tet(.'.) 1938-,' ' v. i11us. 24 cm. Founded and for sorne years edited by L. 'Leciimeister. For Ya.oldings, see u:ain entry. L Chemistry, Organic-I'eriod. i. Zechmeister, LQsz1G, 1SS3- ed. QD241.TG Minnesota. Univ. Libr for Library of Congress 15-lr:riq2jf AC39-1015: ,
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50334 3316 /i?8RF[itlES/ ~TOnncco--rRACr.ANCE/TOBACCO--ODORS/ FRAGRANCE TI:CHNOLOG Y Synt)ictic and Natu'ral Pcrfitnics CHEr1ICAL TECHNOLOGY REVIEW No. 42 44 Ronald W. James NOYES DATA CORPORATION f.,k RMp, Na. Ien.y L.nAeR, E.yl.n/ un -------..,.a...... : I r .,
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50334 3311 . TP .$p 1~AP~ :~Y~4VflR3Nt~;'SYiITit~'fiCS' 2:dt7"1:D.ZTIfi,~ '~~V.. .. 983 Zie ,+l~~, Bedoukian, Paul Z. Perfumery synthetics and isolates, New York, 1~ •3•rec+ Nostrand (1951)~ '.'., viii, 488 p. diagrs. 24 cm. Includes bibliographical references .` 0 4 tl Q tl A 1 4 / i-._2 Va= I
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( 50334 3313 _.___....~._... _...._..._ _=~..~ti_.=.._~- ~..,..~.,...~.,...:.;~.~..>.~; Prd'r-tWW ~4 6 y n-Rl ml m 18 01 c t L e0 Y3edoukian, Paul Z 1'erfumery synthetics 'Nostrnnd (1951) / q4 7 and isolates. New York, V:ln viil, 4S8 p. diagrs. 24 cm. Includec biblioorrnphicul reference8, ~ IC-;2+41 CA ; ; 0 4 0 0 t~ G 1 4 1 1. Perfuwes, SyntLetlc. TP9S3.B38 ~~' 6GS.5 61-9G7S ~:,>_ ~ Librxry of Conrress 153k51 a
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a2 ~ ' rPerfcr rn .. o m~ a~=~t.=1,~~ ~~~ I~~~-~~{v ~ A Vital Element. for..;Pro,duct.Success + +a. ~ ' e #z.s,r..,..a,e>.ne __ . rt .4~2 By JOHANNES M. KLAPP Manager. Sttal,y Src•tion. PPL 1s packaging a perfumed product. what's up front can make a difference-not only in terms of "im- age". but in assuring that the product's appearance. fragrance and efticiency remain stable. Because packaging can alter the delicate perfume relationship withina nnxfturt. the tvneuftuittlre con- . change infracrance characteristics, too. Containers made of plasticized PVC also can affect fragrance charac- teristics. Some perfumery materials are similar chemically to plasticizers and can he absorbed by the container. This not only changes the product's fra- erunce uuotlitv and strenath. but also 4 6 8 9 / I ! ` coritainer, additional research was needed. Laboratory scale trials included seal- ing the packages containing the cus- tumer base with and without perfume and with and without the protein com- ponent. Sealing efficiency drnpped w hen the nerfume.was present. I.abura-__ f ~ '~
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~ 50334 3302 Miiller, Arno, of Geneva, ed. Internationaler RiechstofF-Kodex. Manuel international des bases et parfuins synthetiques. International compen- diutn of aromatic materials. 3, verb. und erweiterts iuff.l Heidelberg,A.llutlrig,l,4, lo&p~ /C.,f; xii,318p. 23 cm. "J3ucLzitate" : p. VI. 1. hssences and essential oils. 2. Perfumes. r. Title. rr. Title: Manuel International des based et parfunis syntbetique3. rrr. Title: International compendium of arurnatic materials. TP933.J187 1942 -~ 668.5 A F 48-203G* New Tork. Yublic Libr.' / for l.ibrary of Congress ~` (a JCtIt 0 4 G a ~:.:Q i 47 Cl 3 , , ,
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Gildemeister, Eduard. Die utlteriscLen Ole tvoni E. Gildemeister lund, Fr. 1io1T- mann. 4., vollig neu bearb. Aufl. hrsg. von 11'ilhelm Treibs, unter llitarbeit von F. Gietz let al., Berlin, Akademie- Verlag, l 95G- v. Illus. 25 cin. l. l:s.cencas and ersentiul oils. i. IlotTniann, Fredrich, 1R:i°- 190-1, Jolut author. n.'1'reibs. WIlhcltn, ed. itt. Title. TP9 Ib.G-1a4 ~ 1 57-23978 1 Library of Congress ~ 4~ 0 n 0 i 4 7 i 5 , , 1 1
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E' S033q 330 e.~ ~- V Fortschritte der Chemie organischer Naturstoffo. Pronr;L-,n in the chemistry of organic naturnl products. Propes c?:-,ns lat chimic des substances organiques naturelles. 1.-'• • l:d. Wien, Springer-Verlag letc.l 1935-:' "r v. illus. 24 cm. Founded and for some years edited by L. 'Lechuiefster. For holuin•;;:., see r•ir--in entr;=. 1. Chemistry, Organic-Period. ed. Qn2,1i.Fs Minnesota. Univ. Lib1 ~ t. Zechmelsler, Msz16, 185J- A C 39-IO1:i• forLlbraryotConbre~~s 'c_I j6ir5Iq2lt p 4 0 0 n Ci 1 4 7 0~ , t I
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50334 3297 ; I .. l1C, rrh.~'l. ;1 ;Qn 458 .,.~ t1a B. C. Bate &with r,ad p. G. Land Hsspor, YL. UDfJiJR AZSCFtIYTION AND ODOUR CUaSTTICETI0N, A ti;i.It:.dlracipli"..ry ExmInatien, by R. Larpa., 1969 ' 191 Pages A-%ezIcea Nl"visxx Publishing New York Co. Ma• ' ~ . ' ... .. . . . .. _ ~ - ' 0 4 Q 0 n Q 1 4 6 9-,.8
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50334 3298 ~''.1~i„~3rAMM~I: Ileeger, Erich Furchtegott. Handbuch der Arzn©i- und Gewurzpflanzenbaues. Dro- gengen inmuig. lBcrlinl Deutscher Baaernti erlag i10JG, 775 p. Illus. 23 cw. 1. Botanr, \fedicnl. I'urdueUniv. Library ~~ for Library of Congress t2l 0 4 0 0 0 0 1 46 9 9* ; ; , A G7-.3?11 ;'~
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5033q 3307 Diiiller, Arno, of Cenceft, rd. Internationaler Riechst-off-Kodex. l[: uuel internittio::al des bases et parftuns synthetiques. Internatioual compen- dium of aromatic materials. S. verb. und erweiterto An(l.l Iieidrlber~, A. Il iitbig,1912. xii, 318 p. 23 cun. "13ucbzttate" : p. vi. 1. Essences and e-seutial oils. 2. Perfumes. z. Title. n. Title: 1lfanuel internntional des bas.s et parfums synthkiques. nr. Title: Juternational comlwudium of aroiuatic juaterials. Tl':%83..1i87 19,12 ~' i 668.5 A F 48-2~.~3G" Ne~r Yorlc. Public Libr. `~- - ' for Library of Congress 1nSScx; j• 0 ~~ 0 n h 1 4 7 0,8 1 ,
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TP 983iW Je Perfu~ . . ..~. .,.r..r ._- P. t li\a" J vi V' rf ~ 50334 3319 U 4 Cl Q C~ 4 1 4 7 2-.,U
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; 50334 3317 , _... oDORs/ r TP :983 Je :1975 2 C. PDDL 1 C. The Use of Fragrance in Consumer. Products_ ~ Jellinek, Joseph Stephan J. STEPHAN JELLINEK The use of iragrance in consumer products. First published under title: Par(umieren von A WILEY•INTERSClENCF. PUBLICATION Produkten. "A Wile,v-Interscience pubtication." JOHN WILEY & SONS Includes bibliographical references and index. New York / London / Sydney / Toronto av4`luT~'.° 2. Commercial products. I. Title. TP983.T4613 335.4'7'66854 75-2106 ISBN 0-471-44151-1 I 0 4 0 0 ~ o! 4 7 ; 8
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~ 50334 3320 j TP Kroeber, Ludwig, 1872- 983 Zur Geschichte, Iierkunft und Physiologic der Wiirz- und K Duftstof}'e. \funchen, L. Lang,19•19. 109 p. port. 21 cm. ~ Bibliography : p. 107-1OS. 1. Perfumes. 2. Herbs. TP983.IM" 0 51-28398 Ltbrary of Congress ~ 0 4 t! p 1.~ q 1 47 2 1 1
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? 50334 3318 -~.~...,......a...~.....~~e~sfF:ar~........a..~a'_....aw...~a. -- ~- `~Ivt...i ~~ Parfuu:e6v~• 4sn.`~ A.l~auaK:, i . TP Jellinek, Paul. 983 Die psychologischen Grundlagen der Parfumerie; Unter- J suchunaen iiber die Wirkungen von Geruchcn auf das Ge- fulilsleben. Heidelberg, A. Huthig 11951j 220 p. dlagrs. 24 cm. 1. wniell. 2. Odors. 3. Perfumes. 4. Sex. BF271.J4 ~' 51-38119 ~ ) Library of Conarnss t4~ p 4 tl p 0 G t4 'l 1 9 , ;~
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50334 3321 TP Naves, Y R 983 Natural herfiime niaterials; a study of concretes, resinuids, N floral oils and pomndes, by Dr. Y. R. Naves and G. \Iazuy er, t~ Q ~ A n L/ -with a preface by Professor H. Gault ... Translated from the fiist. French edition by Edward Sagarin. New York, Reinhold publishing corporation,1fl47. d. 1816, joiut author. n. SagRrin, Edward, 1913- tr. ni. Title. xvii, 83S p. front., illus., diagrs. 231 cm. Map on lining-papers. "First American edition." Includes bibliographical references. 1. Perfuines. 2. k%sences and essential oils. L)Siaznfer, Gabricl, f TP983.1Y-," Library of Congress 6G8.5 47--4U8G t53hil .. I r .~
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9 Zz b1 0 0 0 0 17 ~ 0 d3riu~g ~£96Y . titaj ) •cd ~.£t (9 "cq) ~ ung%js:.j J1Lv ' LlUYSpt7j .".';? -- :,. £96T••aPjnB ssa,t, ng••saam;.zad ~ £aS - .Z szFEy naos~_~_
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J 50334 3312 ; XX HeF-D-304-73 F TH E GRA."; R F ~ Part 2: Grasss and its historica! An i background i IN TFIE i\f1DDLE AGES At thc bcginning of thc nudic.al period, Grssse x as a small village dcpcndent i.x its economy on cereals, vincs, slu cp and olives. The latter two gradually gare rise to don•cstic ir.- dustrics; tbe manufacture of ulive oil snd soap. .ad the curinl; of sl.ins. Grasse W two important r.atural assets to offcr the tanncrs: the abundance of pure spring water brought down from the hills by a system cd sma:l eenals, aad : great rarict}- (E iocal e.•iid ar--)r.:atic rl.:rits :rc.ted and us,•d in their 0 4 0 0 () general survey, in three parts Grasse; Statue in commemoration of Fragonard perfectionism combined with skilled craftsmanship, and a u•ilung adapt- ahility to the demands of the market. These qualities undoubtedly eontri- l-utcd to the growth ofGrasse,and'nat•e c, -ntinucd to do so to the present day. By the close of the Middle Ag:s, thcrcfore, Grasse was an impnrtan: fortified commercial town siruatcrl on tinc of the main routcs from \ordurn Italy to the Rhoac Corridor, ar.d was playinF the role of ru.y bctwcen the conimercial ccnttcs uf \orthern ltaly, By PATR1CtA BENNETT particularly Gcnoa, with which it fRrst had a trade ar! reement, and the great Fairs of Westcrn Europe (Bcaucaire, Reims). Grasse leathcrwork was be- coming known in all the capitals of Eurot e and the to..•n was rivalling in regional importance the port of Marseilie. This, then, was the situation of Grasse just before the intioduction of perfuaery in the sixteenth century. An enterprising commercial town on a major trade route, it welcomed ti,is nev art, .:rtu?1h• unknown ontside i
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.~'.50334 1: ' TP 983 P a~:.~::.-_....._....,..__..,._ - - --3.:...~.:..,... ~rflurlea~~ . - : a:~ Poucher, William Arthur. Perfunies, cosnietics and soaps, witn a special reference to synthetics. London, Chapman and Ha11,1959- v. Illus., plates, tables. 23 cm. Vol. 1, f3th ed. ; v. 2- 7th ed. 1. Cosmetics. 2. Perfumes. 8. Soap. TP983.Pi2 668.5 f0~--23i0 Library of Congress ~~CldSl 0 4 11 Q cl 0 1 4 l 23 ` r.'.
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~ 50334 3328 983 Je +Y, j,r ric"~:.~. ~~ss.b rLu;m tWTH ~9 ~5 ~p. b~~Augy Nloa rota '.ic~xk Q n p n a 14 ! 2 9 I
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: t5o3:343331 ~'er~uraew--L~.borat~r~ • }'~~1Rr;~.~`"sd~C~-a.'.:-.',iis'Es;~a.:,3~.:~i:a,:u...::i....z Simon, Oskar, 1571- Labor:ltoriumsbuch fiir die Industrie der Riechstcffe. ¢. und 5. imng-enrb. .1ufl. von H. K. Thomas, IIalle (Saule) Kiiapp,1050. 132 p. illus. 24 cm. (LaboratorlumsbUcher fiir die chem[sche und verwandte Industrien, Bd. 3) Bibliographical footnotes. Bibltography : p.12(i. 1. Essences and.essenttal oils. r. Thomas. Hans Karl, 180'J- (Serles) TP958.S56 1950 ~ ~ 668.5 50-30634 Library of Congress E1l Q 4 ~ A n 4 1 4 T:i ~ ~
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usuty FHnhf on x3?E F: 4C:',i.N4L' YE.P.?tiCK?IC. Be,Lw-?..y 'raskios 49 (.~:.~. 6) 134 pp. Ownc 13c,3? I 0 4 n a~1 o r~7 ~. s
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~TP :: 1983 ~l 4 fI p t~ p Givaudan-Dela.vanna, inG The Givaudan index; specifications of synthetics und isa- lates for perfumery. 1st ed. New York, 1949. 378 p. 2•1 cm. 1. Perfumea-Dlctlonaries-Polyglot. 2. Perfumes, Synthetic. r. T(tle. TP983.G5 668.5 49-48931' Llbrary of Congress 151 , I
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1 50334 3339. j TP- ' g58 ~ S ~ ~~ c' R .~. t r• • •.•- .: ~ ~ (`L^y Mli Ta""i~7Ta U:L,i. rv , I :~ t ::;~ , C;'1 Q::til~r~:~ ep f3ilVQ:;?11t.`.;y G'GC. j ~r 1'~?:~q.q1: !'t31rC1'~:: Li; ::M1 !-i.c• :iq n coaV.n:.stic;r: c:' tho q 0 i I
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50334 3327.1. r.~c.:c........ - :..Wa~.:..r.....ti...,1 1...........r,,-, . _. . . i Givaudan-Delawanna, Inc. The Givaudan index; specifications of synthetics and iso- lates for perfumery. 1st ed. New York, 1949. 878 p. 2•4 cm. 1. Perfumes-Dlcttonartes--Polyglot. 2. Perfumes, Synthetic. I. Title. TP983.G5 ~ ) 668.5 4J-1IS931' L1Drary of Congress , . . . ,-' . . ~ 4 r~ p n~ i A`l 215'= , ,
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50334 3335 . _, W 983 MUller, Arno, of Geneva, ed. Die physiologischen und pharm:cLolonischen ~1'irkijs~w•ea ~ ~ ._ i ,., M der iitherischen Ole, 1liechstofio wud verwundten Prodta:te. 2., wesentlich erweiterto Aufl. Heidelberg, Huthig I19513 109 p. `'3 cm. y,,.J2 1 I G3 ~ Includes bibliographies. 1. Essences and essential oils-Physiologlcal effect. i. Title; Temple L'niv. Library \.-. - for Library of Cougrccs --- . -_ _ . . - - ~-° - . A b3-7filt9 RS201.E7Di8 1951 r 4
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50334,.334'2. .,......_,`_....__ MLAT FLAVORINGS/FRUIT ANDrVEGETABLE FLAVORS/ CFiEI4ICAL TECNNOLO(iY REVIEW NO. 15G/PERFUi1ES--PATENTS/ ~ .P.ERFtiME5+~-SYYTNETIC/FLAVTRPANTS/ FRAGRAIL~~~ 983 To 1980 AND FLA!ltZRS 2 C. Recent Deveiopments Edited by S. Tartey NOYES DATA CORPORATION I.A 114p. N.w JrM. VSJ1. 1K0 ~.,. ~-.----~.- , 0 A0.000 1 4 7 4 3 I
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TP 983 H Porfumas--Zranco ' : ~ , .~ ~.•.,.. .. . -ii::. . .~..':: 1......_.~ . .,•'.,.> 'i.`,~ .. .,.. .. ~. r {.. _ -. ..... CC;:..,.'!? 0 4apoo I47 :30
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50334*3326 _; Ref. 1 u~z 4 4iok6 iI le - - 1957• - Perfumery and essential oil recordy ,:r.nu~l Lircctor; an~i P:1~~c: s' ~ti,'rca~s-~e , 1_957 ,London, G. and DL Pl Y. In lllus. 25-28 cm. monthly. Began publicatlon In 1910. Cf. Wi1Rngs press guide. "Incorporating Fiavours, fruit julcc% and spices review." Supplements accompany some numbers. 1. Perfumee-Perlod. 2. Essences and essential oils-Perlod. TP983.A427 Library of Congress (a58b}l •' G5--26658 rr.-sr~-rr...-~ 0 4 c~ Q t1 01 4 7 {
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.50334,: 3343 . ~.. ~r ~~~~.~~J',~~~i~~~C~~- e~13hUA-4'•.C~~.x84`~a2'~`7 Perfumery and essential oil re.;ord., and rny-~r::' 1;i7 tLondon, G. and DS. Pressl v. In !]lus. 25-28 cm. Wontvly. Began publication In 1910. CCf. Willings prcfis guide. '7ncorporating Flavours, frutt julcea and spices revlew." Supplements accompany some numbera. 1 Perfumes-Perlod. 2. Essences and essential otls-Perlod. TP983.A427 55-28556 Library of Congrcss n Ja'8b;l Q 4 n A n o I 4! 4 4 ~
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k 50334 3334 a j . . I'.e P, / Ll ,~X'W-RA. 'm +~. ;~. .r, . !i ]Q1 Perfumery and essential oil record. tlnnua1 7' -_rectcry ~ L anci ''uYcrs' ,uic:e, 1;~j7 ~ iLondon, G. and bL Pressl v. In lilus. 25-28 cm. monthly. ~ Began publication ln 1910. Cf. Wiilings pr8ss gvide. ~ "Incorporating N'lavours, fruit juices and spicea review." ~ Supplements accompany some numbers. ~ . 1 ; i 1. Perfumes--Perlod. 2. Essences and essentlal oiLs-Period. i ~ TP983.A427 55-20658 ~ Ltbrary of Congreas --'" 1a58b}I I u4 n a n~1 47 3 5 , ,
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.~. -3 G, /y7 -) . , 50334 3323 - Jr' , V ~ ~~~ ~ '3 ~~ PERFUMES v ~ ~~ Some aspects of the close association between gustation and olfaction By F. V. We1is* 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) Thisn assertion not the clc,se rela- 0.Q 0 0 0 0 I in many parts of the world, led by the U.S.A., couniarin is no longer permitted for use in foodstuffs. Taste is concerned with a sperial- ized differentiation of the common chemical sense, whereby four main sensations: sweet, sour, salt and -- - . ,•. - ,-r._.....d I r_,^ .. the flavor is perceived by the nose. As Mencrieff puts it (2): "Most c: the discrimination attributed to th., palate is really pr.rforraed by the ui- factory membranes." Which rc- minds us that while gourmet- m:!,,• certainly be found, as onc is led w • in the ranks of bibulo;:- ;'~
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- --L - -y--- --..+... --- ---- - MEAT FLAVORINGS/FRUT AND~ ETABLE FLAVORS/ CHEMICAL TECHNOLOGY REVIEId NO. 156/PERFUP4ES--PATENTS/a. PERFUMES, SYNTHETIC/FLAVORANTS/ FRAGRANCES T P . w" ~~} I 3z9 3p, y 3,93 ~ 3'~ ~ 34 31~ 983 To 1980 AND FLAVORS 2 C. Recent Developments Edited by S. T«rey NOYES DATA CORPORAT{ON N.w lwrv. U sA• NS0 _l~ . ;~. . ~: :~~ . _..._...~.- U4o•0 n ot4?3 4
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5033C33+i a ,-. . . ._... ~ .. ,-~.- .;..... . ~ F~Qf. 1, 14,1 ~ LO ~eq r~,~~.y,~ ~~ti ~ YC3'Erj ~1'7ar v~~° ~~ '~`'' :~t 2~ ~ ~ '~' w , . . . `~. _ s t PerfuinPry und essential oil record., ~':r.- iLondon, G. and af. P>•essj v. in lllus. :;3-'3 cm. moDthty. Began pub:icatioa lu 1910. Cf. Nillin ;s prers guide. "Incorporatiug b lavoara. fruit Juices and apices revlew." Supplements acec•*ypazy some numbers. 1. Perfumes-Pertod, 2 Essences end essentlal oils-Perlod. TP983.A427 b'r~2f;6:,S Library of Congress ~ ~ ia58b;l ~ 4 0 A 0 b 1 4 7 4.. 5 , ~
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v Wo 50334 3324 .~•i.:..a.:....cy ..-.:.:>~.. l.'c ::C:U:AW::3 GP I;.4fiL'ML P3rTL'ME" £aA'.J IW-1i.11 dsri7 s 0 Pho:.astat Drug a..~^-; Comitio S4z.ot -~'p L-3. (No, 6) ti'li7j-76 f itLti'+'J 1561) () 4 t~ p tl ~D 14 7 2--. S
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! Tt :f 958 5033q' 3338' Schinimel and Company, inc., Xcto Tork. Aunu;,1 rePortt on tr:w~ntistl oils, -Is•onIMic cl:.nlik•nl; .uul retated lnnterial,. IFJ#5r- ? .. . , . - New 1 ork j11?-1.'_i-- ''. l,frL r: fllna. xi cin. r9':.: ,1 y •. Ccntd. in 1956 as t:iltitzer Berichte, etc. I ^y y ,`•,~ ~4~ 1. Essences aud essential oils-Tearbooks. 2. Perimne9-)'ear- books. TF95S.S3G3 668.5058 49-3i 1S5' Library of Congress " i'i1c1~ Q(1 t~ a 4 0 I
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t,ENCYCLOPEDIAS/ CTIONARIES . Collection Development Guide Catalog. . 210 Pe 0 4000 0 1 4 753
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1 p r:.:i,.. i r..-..r. . sl.~..f. ~. 983 p I'ouc er, ,1Uait~ rtI-,ur. YerftuneQ, cosmetics and soaps, with a special reference to synthetics. London, Chapnlan and IIul1,1959- v. 111us., plates, tables. 23 cm. Vol. 1, Gth ed. ; v. 2- 7th ed. 1. Co:mctics. 2. Perfumes. 3. 1.1-oap. TP983.P72 , ~ 668.5 Library of Congress `--' jGld: ) 0 4 t~ Q t~ t~ 1 4'l q , 9 , GO-2370 ,
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: [ _ 50334~3340 ttC'.$ TP Bedoukian, Paul Z 983 Perfumery synthetics and isolates, New York, Van B Nosti7uid [1951, vitt, 438 p. dia;rs. 24 cm. Includes Libllographtcnl reterencee. 1. Perfumes, Cyntliette. . ''. ~`1 668.5 61 -9Gi5 TP983.I33& Librnry of Convress 15301 A40 04,0 1 4741 f
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AIR--POLLUTI0:I--CAD~fIUM/WATCR--pOLLUTION/ • ~ 5033~t 3354 RA 1231 Co 1978 Criteria (Dose/Effect Relationships) for VCADMIUM Report of a Working Group of Experts prepared,f'or the Commission of the European Communities, Directorate-General for Social Affairs, Health and Safety Directorate Published for the COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES • by PElr69R0T4"`'PRESS!1_W OXFORD • NEW YORK • TORONTO • SYDNEY • PARIS • FRANKFURT ~.. , / , 04t104'0 1 4755 • F-` !
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~ 50334 3345 ;Ca ,(1968) : ~ ~'a.r.i64ao, l6-na Iir.dcrt , lli?Yr••L',"<i) AUS ii rTPS:iiFblG%. ~~. vcrtv.:aeo an3 Axo»+z Ccmposucts Vrc::z T«Lp-en ;7.:att 011) I:4.m,hat. t.-Vci-azs. 1;oa:.rw:-na2ccc;n 5.7 (t:a. 7) 201's-S7 (a96e) i 0 4 0 t~ ~ G 1 4 7 q f, - , ,
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~, .. .. . . . . _ _ . ---- • 50334 3353 NUTRITION --POLICY--U. S./: FOOD--INDUSTRY AND TRADE/ 4 . *1 . TP 370 , Ch 1979, 2 C. , 0 4 o p o 0 1 4 1 5 4 *%WWWWWOW t;<T4 :3~ Critical Food Issues of the Eighties Edited by Marylin Chou David P. Narmon, Jr. Pergamon Press Mwvax • o7GOno • roaorno • sronFr • cwVJGUrT ; ,
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. TP.. 983 P ~ 50334 3349 Poucher, Willian: Arthur. ~ Perfumes, cosmetics & soaps with especial reference to syn- t.hetics, by Wiliinm A. Poucher ... Third edition ... tLon- donl Chapman & Ilall, !Ld., 1929-30. 2 v. illus., plates. 23°. Vol. 1, published 1A30. 1. Cosmetics. 2. Perfumery. 8. Soap. U. S. Dept. of agr. Library for Library of Congress It081'86 1T1xJS3.P 1 145c1I 0 4o0 0 0 14 / s0 , Agr 31-84 J ° i I
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?.ff fumpaq,0Si~e~~cS-,an&~S.Oa~~s: rd ~4 VO.L'ti46tWV The ltaw Materials of Perfumery Seventh Edition Y t ls.l.L... The Production, T~tanufacture and .~. ~ ~ Application of Pcrfi rnes Eighth edition •tt - V Oc `C/~41 E- 1 Modern Cosmetics '~~ Eighth edition W. A. POUCIiER Revised by GEORGE At. NO\4'ARD CHAPMAN AND IJALL London A HALSTED PRESS BOOK JOHN WILEY & SONS New York dor 0 4 0 A ~ 0 1 47 4 8'
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~ 50334 3358 i t c CHEMISiRY LETTERS, pp. 485-488, 1973. Published by the Chem,ical Society of ~ Ta GAS CHROh1ATOGRAPHIC 6EHAVIOR bF Japan Takeshi TOMINAGA, P.en IWATA, and Yoshihiro MAKIDE Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, ThC University of Tokyo, Hongo, Tokyo The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, Kako-shi, Saitama . The gaschromatographic behavior of,perhaloalkanes containing one or two carbon atoms and different kinds of halogen atoms in a molecule was investigated. The logarithm of the specific reten- tion volume was correlated well with the halogen composition, the boiling point, the estimated volume of molecule and the molar a 4 0•0 n 0 i 4 7 5 9 , ,
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50334 3360 SALARIES/PENSIONS/ I MeA 78 ~ ~c"~'~~^ ` 7- ._.~~ ( Dun's Review, February 1978, p. 81+) S.P. EXECUTIVE PENSIONS: BIGGER AND MUCH COSTLIER To overcome the federal ceiling on pensions, many corporations are offering their executives supplementary menefits at company expense. ._ But are they telling stockholders? 0 400 0'0 1 4l61 , f i .
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50334 3355 r ~:.'. ~ rCHE.MISTRY, INORGANIC-Vols. 1-24; 26-27 { EI)1Toi2iAL BoA12l) ~d ~Or17pCChCi1SJVC Inorganic ClCilliSti'y J. C'13Alt,Alt Ju., Urbana ~C>~lOD~~R~3~RGA~II~f?r~S'~hYy ' VO ls . 1•-14 ; ; 26 -27 RQD NON-STOICHIOMETRIC 151.Sn COMPOUNDS 1973 D. J. M. Bevan TUNGSTEN B RO NZES, VANADIUM BRONZES AND ' RE LATED COMPOUNDS a/y73 P. 1jagcnmuller d Chapters 49 and 50 of Comprchcnsive Inorganic Chemistry PERGAMON PRESS OXFORD . NEW YORK . TORONTO SYDNEY . PARIS . DRAUNSCf1WEIG
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50334 3365 faau, lC3f.':rxA::e l'L!'."+T I,NALtCS{, 2nd ed. 19,67 avi ia tiAJ.e3y ZA .'YuUll, J.ti4. 767 i':zees n~::*~ iort ~
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[ 50334 3346 .3 ' XX MeF-D- ! Nancy Grant Nancy ~. ond Renee G. h'aves . Newton Collepe - of the Socred Heart .~_.~~-.a .~ .. -.+....-A'.w...+.w.+~~....-~. w. _.- ...~.•-. . _._..~_~.. JOUR. OF CHEM. EDUC. 49 (Aug. 1972) 526-28 Newton. Nbssochvsclts 02159 - I hc.cnrld of perfumcsr is vast and corn- displeasing •to another. Some odors are pleasing to ~ plex: It includc5 all areas of chemistry: innrcanie, most people; however like or dislike of a!t odor is a ' organic, ph.•bic11, anal.•tical, plus many arc•as of biclo;n• subjective matter. For the general market perfumers : and physics; yet it is frnally dependent not on scientific try to use the most popular scents. Also because of : accuracy but on pleasing the people who may or may - reactions with the skin a perfume may change its z,ote • not purchase a a•rtain scent. depending on the wearer. The term 1K•rfumc is generally considered to designate It is evident ihat all the structural factors of a given only volati'c cr.lanations of bodies which are usually molecule which alter its reactivity nlsy affect its odor. considered pL:as:int. The word odor, by contrast, has The atom or group of atoms in the molecule which a more Certrrul mcar:ir•.r, ar,d ac:riics to an}• It is i; rcrtponsible for the fragrance is called osraophorc. the tssence of a prrfumc ml,ic}h gives it its ci.sr..ctenstic Similarities arid differences of odor appear to be !scent. The c: scilce can be defined as the peculiar qual- stereospccifrcity dependent. Enantiomers of a rnole- ~ ity of a pcrfum~,which evaporates at normal tempera-. cule have different odors as to note, amount of streag;th. • tures arrd affects the oL°uctory organs, strongly or The racemic rniatures have a diferent scent. The j 1iFhtl,v, for:omc leno h of time (1). ethylenic stereoisomers geraniol (i) and nerol (11) nre ar ~~~~},e v tr,ctablc world produces by ar j e fireat£ t: considered a cl~sslcal case of this theory. The two _ _ ' 11L1 _W'_1Cr+~f )lU~'S. (.'} 1Q'1rTlP.re.•: sIoi/+et.tv~.i.!irifi n:...il:,..,•)~.. ,.1:.•.L.,..._ .. •_ _. - I . f
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~ 50334 : 3379. TOBACCO/TOBACCO--FERMENTATION--MOISTURE/ 1..~...: . , ... . TOBACCO--F4RMBNTATIUNT-LFFLCT ON NICOTINE/ , . 7~. . . _. _.._ . , . . .. VI To -26 -S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET VI To-78 s.p. Bell, J. H.; Smart, D. orillard Res. Cent., Greensboro, N. C., U. S.) BEHAVIOR OF SEEpLE_AF TOBACCOS IN A LABORATORY FERMENTATION CHAMBER. Tobacco Chem.. Res. Conf.. 32nd, ``~ paper 19 p.,!Montreal, Can. (Oct. 30-Nov. 1, 1978) (in Englis!i)-'""' * * moisture, cured, constituent; Keywords: nitrogen, cured, constituent; TNB, cured, constituent; nicotine, cured, constituent; hvdroRen ion concentration, cured, constituent. ~.A ~la~io`ratory ystem ~which simulates' fact`ory -`-` fermentation of tobaccos has been designed and made operational. This system is of broader scope and' versatility than the known laboratory tobacco fermenters 0 :4 0 0 0'0 .lf • . .
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:_- • . ~ iL CYCLIC CO*Q'O1JhDS/CHEifISTRY, ~ORGANIC--REACTION MECHANISMS/ CARJZENES / CARRArI IONS /, Volume I I Vo ./ zt Edited by s Volume 35 of ORGANIC CHEMISTRY A scries ot monographs ~ Editors: ALFRED T LO~iQUIST and HARRY M~VASSERMAN Alan Py'Marchand Roland E./Lehr De partment of Chemistry University of Oklahoma ` Norman, Oklahoma 6Caf,~CCIljC P~CSS, .a Nfw York San Francirco London 1977 A Sub~sJidizry' of Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, Publishers i . , i
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50334 3371 . - fXI Sde6 =TtkfbDIC ALTV;- A NOYt'.T...QXIOA,'VT OF POLYCYCLIC, (1968). -=r hI:OMATIC•'HI'DROC:AR130NS • I'3Ciadf., Kkr:~:ariclur J. rI>ft7.OlJ, (: E CIP, A I;TJEL OXID.'NT OF PdLYCYCLIC, I Jour. FQO w a:S1t.i.• Bwi • S'.aaidpids• A. Phy&• C.iIm• 72t.. (Pier. 4) 34I-5;J (19i:£) 0 4 0 0 n.o I 4 7 7 2 , ,
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50334 3374 VII UnA9 U. S. Dapt. Agrlculture, Ecanom3cs Rec:earch Sarvzcc.~, Str,tlet3 ca1 Rc:porcfuv Sexz•i.ce PE.IGnIC R}:PORTS OF AGRICULTURAL I:C02;02IICS Junucry 1966 14 pages . ( 0 4 0 0~ o i 4 7 7 5 , _ ~
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•j 50334 3363 ' ` _ . , .___._......~ Effect of harvestir .4rtime on the composition of the essential oil of Ocimum basilicum L. (sweet basil). A.:~" V Bvron Skrubis1 and Perfc1~~VA-,ijji'~"' Sweet basil is an aromatic and pharmaceutical plant. It is cultivated mainly in warm countries (India, Greece, Morocco, Madagascar, Reunion, etc.) for its essential oil which is used in the cosmetic, soap and pharmaceutical industries. In ancient Greece it was used against mental depression. Skrubis (1967) found that the best season for transplanting sweet basil to. the field in Greece is mid-May..and that periodic cutting.increases.tha .,. . . . . . • .. . ... . , _ . .. . . . . . . . . . _ ., . yield in the oil per acre. Darrah (1974) studied svstematicallv the .tvnwa..__ ,
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` 503343367 YAi AeA »x- zn,-r x . ..- .. .~' '• _~S$~~';,(~ =CYLLONEXE~IE-•1 C~1nEC~i;tALL~F.i..._i.YDl:,~..4.-Z C.OLLEC~TIGN : OF _: R. J. fieyroldn Tabnccn CunpHny, I:eRearch a»d . Prcdu=:. Lcvexopment Uepartmcnts, Scit.rcc Info-rwation I)ivif+ion pR'.TT *.At?'~jh*? (1..~,'( T (1~F.YxNF.-a. CAT{RO:(AT,1)T'}3 ~f))?~ 4-xSt3PF.0PLWYL-, A.:3TIC'XIME) - A COLLECTION 01r MATERIAL. 1967 tvfsx;ai:dii-S[ile;a, N. C. 4 7 6,.8 1
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~ 50334 3369 72 VI Re-78 . , . ... . . . . . .. S.P. RJR CLASS NO. PAMPHLET 72 1'I Re-78 s.p. f 2TM7.*Anf*4 w;qAjrl Carugno, N. j (Monopoli Stato Servizio Ricerche Chimiche Technologiche, Rome, Italy) DETERMINATION OF. TRACE METALS IN CIGARETTE''SMOKE BY FU1;IELESS ATOMIC ABSORPTION SPECTR0METRY, International Tobacco Sci, Congr,, 6th, paper, l 1976) (in English) : i~Keywords : * zinc, cured, constituent; zinc, smoke, constituent; lead, cured, constituent; lead, smoke, constituent; cadmium, cured, constituent; cadmium, smoke, constituent; nickel, cured, constituent; nickel, smoke, constituent. 0 4 0 0 t1 0 1 4 7 7 0 17 p., Tokyo, Jap. f .,
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~ 50334 3366 laide'~y~e :~ R. J. reynolde Tobncco Company, Renearch and Product li,:velop:aeut Bepnrincciit8, Science In€omation Divisicn rr~,~, ~..mT~1r' (1..!`VI'7l+it~.Xh.hlj?..Z..(;I1f;F(_)XI.t.D~}lYD3: AAPPIQi:ITIE) . A Ct::,af.wCTIO:I OF tiA i F.?iI hL. 1967 i:. C. 'F'~-~'*".. 0 n 0 1 4 ! 67
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~ 50334 3372 ~ . ...._._- .. 1 :III Ihi -77 S,P; Per iod1c{ Analysis • of -Total- Ozone `and- Its- YerticaL Distribution Control Data Corp., Minneapo2is, Hinn. Research Div. ' AUTHOR: Wilcox, R. N. , Nastrom, G. D., Belmont, A. D. C5625D4 FLD: 04A, 55A, 55E 8 Aug 75 66p REPT NO: I7AS A-CR-1377 37, RR-3 CONTRACT: NAS2-7807 HONITOR: • 18 •. . STAR 1323 .. .. 4 ' ABSTRACT: Both total ozone and vertical distribution ozone data from the period 1957 to 1972 are analyzPd. For total ozone, improved monthly zonal means for both hemispheres are computed by weighting itidividual station 4onthly means by a factor which comFensates for the close grouping of stations in certain regions of latitude bands. Longitudinal variability show maxima in summer in both hemispheres, but, in winter, only in the Northern Hemisphere. The geographical distributions of the long term mean, and the annual, quasibiennial and semiannual waves in total ozone over the Northern Hemisphere are presented. The" extratropical amplitude of the annual wave is by far the largest of the three, as cruch as 120 m atm cm over northern Siberia~ ~Th g~~ eo i ,~ tendency for all three waves to have maxima in high latirtudes. ~or~L~hl~y ~tme~ns7o~the ve~tical dist.r~.bution of ozone '•^r^;T-~ `Tos 3 to 8 years of ozonesonde data over North America arP 4 near Ikra. The.
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~ : Tt,e Bestenuaii world ni6fiograpf)ies ( . ~ i pe • ~p ~ • , Periodicai . A.lI-$L;aGRAFHY;oEo,. BISLTOGRAPH-iES- By Theodore Besterman ONF ~ VOLUME TWO r m M M 0 M M 0 kn 040000 1 4*•78-2 6F2 /pv7
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50334 3361 ' . ,. , 73 IT P.e-74 22 (3-4)4oao5 (1973) H S d i ung. ent. . c S,P, Acta. Agronomica Aca PER1c.1I~P;;,~1i1CI~11:~ I~'=_OI'~QL•E~:at~I2~ (xE~ SI~Y$ ~' D. GUPTA, I.KOVACS/AWkAflT•5.2NO1W*I,t;,thl.,,il.OPUs0 It is a general experience of maize breedcrs that opayae•2 maize usually matures soroe- what later than uorrual tuaite (LaItat:nt s: at. 1969. PaEz et a!. 1969. I:or,ie3 el at. ]9;t1. 197, l). It was shown by L t>tat:nt et al. (1969) that the opaque-2 maize had nearly 4 per ccnt more grain moi:ture during the early hara•est j:eriod thun its normnl analo.-ue. PcnDY--Ct:.t-%c (1967) obsen•cd in sio.w aud fast drying niaize hybrids that the diffcrential rates of water loas were due to the physical structure of the pericarp aud uot to metabolic processes within the IceraeL It was observed by Hta.3t et al. (1970) that some of the endorperm mutants modifl• peri- tarp thickneas in ri4izc. - The work reported hereia was designed to study if there was any anatomical modifiea- tion, either in the stru^ture or tLe thickness of the pericarp of the opaque-2 maize caryopsis, through which the grain moisture ntust be relcased during the maturity process. Incorporation of the opaque-2 gene from the sarru initial source to several of the inbred lines is one of the current pro=rar.tmes of the iustitute. T.co inbred linei\6 and 1:61 aere crossed with R"61:1o., the donor of the o_ gene, and back crossed three timcs with the normal. The bomozygous o: forms of these lines and their normal analogues were used in this analysis. Fars obtained frotn the sib-pollfnation of single cross hybrids produced from a cro,si between (N*6 o,XR61 0:) on the one hand. aud (N6 X R61) on the other a•erc the materials used in thiiLttud.•. The ear, were harvested 56 da}•s after pollination. Ten lernels from each h. Lrid, five from the opper half of the ear and five from the base of the ear were examined fur l.ericarp thicknets with the procedure.describcd below. . . _ ~ . { 0 q''Q 1~ ~~ Q t 4" 1 . ~
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~......_.r.:..._.._.._.. __..._._r,:L :~._....t-~s.,.:~..~ - .a.:ari.....a..1;i~:.....:.:.a..Z+Y.ii.:sa:',. ...=,Kr~.:a....a i QD 6 ~~ . C ' 010.6605 ~ Library of Congress 153e23 Periodica. , •~~'~' : • , v Plliicke, Maximilian, 1883- ed. Periodica chimica; Verzeichnis der im Chemischen Zen- tralblatt rcferierten Zeitschriften mit den entsprechenden genormten'1'itelabkiirzting-en. 2., neu bearb. Aufl., hrs;. von Tiaximilian I'tlucke und Alice Iian elek. Berlin, Al:ade.iuie- Verlag,195?.' x,411p. 24cm. (Shelved with Chemisches Zentr.) 1010 ed. Issued by the Deutsche Chenilsche Gesellschnft, M-rlin. 1. Chemistr)•-I'erlod.--I3ib1. i. Ilawelek, Alice, joint ed. II. Chemisches Zentralblatt. nt. 1)eutsche Chemische Gerelischaft, Iter• lio. 1'eriodicn chimica. ic. Title. Z5523.P45 Full name: Clemens ',j%Inximillan Fftifcke. 0 4~I C ~ C~ t 4 7 7 8 / ~ 50334 3377 r 52--Gi092
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~.t ~ 50334 3375_ 76 I CI-78 C,ONVF.RSInN TACTORS & TAT4T.RS/ R1.ECTR(1NTf: SPF.CTRU"1/FREf1UENCY) / PERIODIC TABLE OF ET.E%fF:,4TS/HUKInITY TART.F./TPIPERATURT: Cf1*TVF.P.SInN/ VISCOSITY CONVERSION TART.ES/ THRR*?AT. CO'IVF.RSTnN/ I 0 4 0 0.0 0 1 4 7 7 6 i f '
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, i D. L Richardson= Sl'NOPSIS. Inheritance of a character for thin peri- carp seems retativet;: simple, with a single majrtr domi- aant gene for thin pericarp and a modifier complex which induces production of thick pericarp. QUALITY in popcorn has been measured by the Official Volume Test and the newer Weight-Volume Test for popping expansion. Thcsc tests measure the extent to which drc endosperm is dispersed during popping, and it is Fcn- ertUy assumed that hi~Gh expansion is corrclated with ten- derness in the popped sample (7). As the corn kernel is nttt mmposed of -endcespcrm alone, popcorn quality cannot be eKasured by this single test. Among the other parts of the kerncl, the gcrm contributes significantly to the texture nf the pc"te.l ctern, which in the absence of germ tissue nSunks a slwmf,ry• nature. The harsh and unpalatable tip 4ap dctracts fnKn (xtpccwn quality. The pcricarp or hull is A thin, hut tnuxh, protective layer wrroundin the grain. Mrinl; popping this tissue is fragmented, an~ it becomes an intpnrtant iactor in popcorn quality. The following ~bun•ations w•erc made in an attempt to develop a method wI sutrc• oh• 'ctivdy the mntribSttor(.xmade tp, popcorn .w4i7l*J. -ft = P"I ` 8osA Po 1r1 P~'o co' p im : .~ I of these data, however, are taken 20 to 30 days nation, thus they have little dirc^ct bearing on t~ mature pericarp in Ixipcurn. Sevc•ral dcvices ha, signed to measure the toughness of sweet corn jvThcy all measure the force required for pcnc•!r~ pcncarp hy• a needle of agi.•cn size. Howc~•, thcsc mcthods has pnovcd to be aoml.letcly partly because of inacc-uracics in the mc•asun Haddad (3) and later Bageti• and Bailey ( 11 both pcricarp thickness and icsistanc•c tu pcnc reported an inverse rclatianshin between penca and Ix•ricarp toughness. It must be undc•rstcxt that the• rcricarp heYCemee thinncr as it matures range of swc•c•t corn tc•sting), rrnl that incrc.esc: to (n•nMration is probably the rchult of dcY•rcasc•l; of the maturing Ixricarp. l Isini; these meth-; investigators dctcrtc•d sii;mltiant s-aric•tal dit.' ~ pericarp thickness and toughness. A somewhat different test dcci}mcd tcc mc•aa? portion of pcricarlp in sweet corn h.ts bctn .Icri In this test the kcrnc•Is are hlc•ndcd in a War. / f
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~ 50334 3390 . ! 1f3l~~-Rl~s -- s~~ s OR,AislxAoss . LIBRARY SCIENCE TEXT SERIES ! G E S/~"NO.~X/,UG TECNN/QaES/1f DD/~S -~~~~'~~06/is•aJ ~ Introduction toe-&qe4o Techn~ ~/qTI .cal Services for Library Technicians ~ ~ 4 ~ l~ (1 0 1 4 7 g ~ MARTY BLOOMBERG G. EDWARD EVANS
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1 50334 3399 y SPECIFICATIONS/ EpF~{~Qp~ZCAI,S~ ~ 76 I E1 INDEX OF EIA & JEDE40,TANDARDS ANKEhGINEERING PUBLICATIONS vElectronic Industries Association, Engineering Department' 2001 Eye St. N. W., Washington, D. C. 20006 June 1976 0 4 tl Q(l 0 1 48 o U , r . "~
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~ 50334 3359 By "ohW-:-:C;y;geThasePr .Axcm-. PF.RSO;.:`EL--F.ECRUIT~SENT/I`LA,~IAGEMFi1T--EXECUTT '.'2's POTEIvTIAL/ 73 1 2'e THE CO*1PANIES THAT BUILD EXECUTIVE TALENT. Dun's Review 1973 51-55 (May, 1973) Vol 101 Build a better mou~etrap. and the wodd that have eur.ted a reputation as execu- ~ril: beat a path to your door. Build a bct- tive builders-and exporten-tu:d to be tcr execati.•e. and the t:~.+sinas world will quietly phi!osophical about the men that Ca likewise: It will stcal him from you. get away. John• i... Jones. rtanaser of per- ~ f~ 1 d I V 1 That, at least, hzs been the expenence o sonnc ce e opment at , ero.., stmp y the companies that lead the pack in de-• says. "It's oniv natural that other com- retoping exccuti.e talent panics are after Xeroc pcople-theV're " hlost major U.S. corporations. of good people" - eourse, have programs for !taining and ~ Adds FranS: Gaines. eoordinator of ex- . developing executn•cs. \evcr.heless. over ecuti.•e deve:opr;tent and compensation the years only a relative handful of com- fur Exxon: •'%1 e would rath.r see a man pwnies have been hnoun for doing a who fecls he has no room for personal rewlly outstanding job at any one time gro..•th at rxCOt: quit and go to another (see r~~6lrs. p;,es Sl and {S). Ironically. comp:,nv. where he thirtl.s he will 'tas•r ttiese are trc :o,^,^anies r:-at lc+se the that chance. than stnr where he is and _o r f
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REF. z 1007 In 1974 I IolDlCf 1 li O U.So 0C3UEMrli LE NuT ~ ~ Is-, 74 A COMPUTED-GENERATED GUIDE to 139 SELECTED TITLES by AUTHOR and SUBJECT INFORDATA INTERNAT/ONAL INCORPORATED Q 4 Q Q ~ c~. i 4 ! 9 9
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~ 50334 3404 SCIrt~CC ItiFOI:;:ATIO`.: ;ila'.~'ICt:S/INFOtL~tAfIGN STORACT: AttD RETRIEVAL/ ~.__ _...__ . LITF.RhTURE SEAi;CHING, AiACi1INE/P$mtsT&T5`'~~~ 73 I La LIBRARY AUTOt1ATI0N, RESEARCH AND CON:',ULTING ASSOCIATION see LARC; ASSOCTATIOid/ LARC PRUCP.AAf P.EVIi:W--73-74 t-(caclr{uarters: The Association P.O. Cox 2-l23'.i Tem7!i, Arizona i:5282 (G02) t3f4•2023 s Publications: Larc Press, Ltd. 105-117 W. 4th Avenue Peoria,'Itinois 61602 (309) 674-8167 1' a ^s ..y.. .. • .~_~e, .... . ...-..•..w. . . , ..w. •..w.a.~. r~-....u. rsr,. .w ..r r.~.... ~_ .~...~...._..ati..~. ~ r+t.ww.~.~--...~.~.+ ... .- t '
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50334 3389 Bibliographical services throughout the world; annunl r&- ports. 1st/2d- 1951/53- tParisj UNESCO. v. 22 cm. (UNNSCO bibliographical handbooks. 4 Iteport year ends Aug. 81. Prepared In accordance n•Itb recommendations of the Intercational Advisory Committee on I3ibliogruphy. Compiled: 1051/53- L. N. Malclbs. 1. Itibliographical service3. r. DlalclK Louise Nohlle, comp. n. United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organi7Atlon. Internationai Advisory Committce on 23ibliobraphy. (:,eries: United Nntions Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization. UNESCO bibliographical Landbool•s. 4 tetc.)) Z1008.P54 ` 010 55-4898 Ltbrars of Congress ~ ~ 156m7 j ~ 4 t~ Q ~ p I4 7 9 0 i
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w I U 4 t~ Q_6 -p ~ ~,i;~ I~ i \ .~ ~' r 1 1 r ~'_ ~~ ~~ . ~ `~ _!:_~~~~~i 61 v11'~UZ1? 1971 rdicioii A ~ p 0 , Volurrlc 3. WON•CUiiRENT GOVCRNMENT AGEPJCIES DISCONTINUED &uDocs CLASS NUA1t3ERS by , jol»r L A iub7ot vOlu i]7 G4'. . ~. Ic,ncx
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~ 50334 3411 I Pr3 73 I~!ICROFILMS--BIBLIOGRAPtIXl_P'EItl`IOD'rCAI.S/ ' Princeton Microfilm Corporation Princeton Guide to Microfo:-^s- Serials for the Public, Academic & Research Libraries. Microform Catalog 45. Princeton Microfilm Corporation, Princeton, N. J. 01
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ref zu A:AorSc:,u $t:vW6v.'a !1°.40:.i::tilsn, Inc. -~~^~zCAI, '1zTLL i•. :. D rG•~ ~".. 'I' . l...i.. i. ~. 1964 19 tte.ei Xcrk o4~~r~'o ~ 4s f 4 ,
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R-U&.4y~,. 7M PrR*_c7IV.LS t:111aD c; Im sRaLM..R .,mu ;": T;w Ll I',^.kRaI:S OF 71~1.. U~7~1Ef:SZx1' OF S:?3Zili CE.fiv1LVfi A,T Ci:: M. I:1LY.. 1967 600 p&Soe Un:vexsi :7 of 23oxth Cerctilina Chapa1 Ililx, ::o C. 0 W~" i _ . . .~. .. _ '1 ~ , . . . . ' . , • t'. . . j I
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. 0 REP 1007 Ma .1980 2 c. PDDL I C. 1981/82 GUIDE TO COLLECTIONS OF INTERNATIONAL ERIODICALS. _{ ktence. TecFunotogy, Mediane. Sodol Science. The Humoniues Maxwell Scientific International 0 4 0*0 0 0 1 4 $ 0 7
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{ 50334 3412 Atti;~'~TGt1N sVy':Dwz KQP. P$P.20D.T.U.L 1"iZ=, ! nYM1~`SA:'AO;1y. LIS7~ 01~ 5~~;ULQ kBSI'?3AC?ED. Bial. kbrtsr. ~s (2:o. 13) h347-61, 4363-4408 (July x, 10054) 0~ 0 0 (1 0 1 4 8 1 3
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tl.r 1 ihrar%~ e.1' (7ratvri•ke -mUl tI1P -i '?- • , . N`-L /JL ••~ll/i.~~'-~~ fihe ~.Enitecf States Gcsok Exchange s a Source of Supply r~~ l~ s. .~--- / . Out-of-Print Pei'IOd ic8l5; i L'nNiuNu G. HAaiaNN Librarian, ratalogr:llnintct:ance Dc%artrncnt Cor,fcll Univcrsity Librarics Ithaca, Ncu, York ninl~rinl.•l~r~uenllh.nnt evnilnGir clscrvhrrc. This nrticle conclndcs_lhat ! ~ The functions of tltc United Sta!es Rook Exchange (USBE) arc de- fined and its f,rriodlcals huldings rvahrafe.d. It is compared witJi similar scntices providcd by corarnrrcial dc•alrrs and libraiy duplicates cx- change networks and i.c found to conrhlc,nent thcm. The USBE is shouv, to provide a distinctive sr•,zdce at reasonable cost ond to svpply a4 0 0 0 rj i q 7 9 T I 50334 3396 /
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50334 3416 •~~-- ~ ~ zw f" PerlOdicals Abbreviatio , r ~ .~.•t.ae '~+i-.3. a WORLD LIST OF SCIENTIFIC P1:PIOUICALS, AND E'IT!'.IL'S F'R0.1 TiN%: r,iZ.T."'IS:! UNION Ct TA LO:;iIF Ou PLRI()1)Z- C"ALS, }' ;°;?;"_?7CA1. TI7i.l::S, edited Lt' Kcnr., t« I. I'Qrter.. Gy~~~,. ~, p ~ BuLt-t;)-sort,r:s London U 4() G t 46 -1 7 I t
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PIP ~ o.uvUdn . :~ . • G;aT ~ r ~ '1 ~%~ ^i LiLI L b ~J7' J~. S "'v S'C. ~:~'~d P*sr~e?2`S S 1AE;• bEEOS ~
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i 50334 3414 i. . r ' : ' " skeriodicali-r,~-Ablizeniationk-tAn- I3ri :irh Stendards Iactituti0a . 4 AON QS ~=16: ',:J ~My Pk.;:L.0Dl:.b.;tik:`I (Du itit;h st;ut:: .; d 4Iw: 1967) 1967 Fwx t: 4 h E:5cmda,.:xs Eamtituticru Loadon, 0 ~+ ~ 0 t1 f~ 1 4O•1 5 , ~
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REF E 1007 Mo 1979 ~ PliNiShlfl(J & PUb6Shing ServiCeS 1 50334 3408 ~ ; ~ r r l~ s~ ~ ~ 1 ~ ~ ~ :: ~' ~R:;.~ ~( ~f } 0.1 i...~ Librarians' Periodical Guide 1979 Volumo No.4 Moore-Cottrell Subscription Agency Moore-Cottrell, North Cohocton, N. Y. Call toll free 800-828-6301 U 4 0 0 tl 0 1 4 8 0 9 14868 I
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~ 50334 3405 ~ {- i ZU ~ RZamiya, Fujio. ' List of Japanese periodical titles together with Ln-hish equivalents, usages, examples and alphabetical index of Eng- lish terms. Tokyo, Kokusai Shiryo Kyol:ai,195G. j14j p. 20 cm. 1. Japanese perlodtcals-Btbl. ZG358.J3'M3 i1C-5C41O Library • ot Congress `"~ 0 4 r~ Q n 0 14 H0 6 f
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~ Ref. t?~~Rbh~f~tt~Ortslb~'tiCIeF. 'LU World list of seieutific periodicals published in tho yoara 1900--1;tG0, 4th ed. Edited by Peter Brown and Gevrbe l3urde r$tratton. Washington, 13utter.rorths, 19G3- P. 23 ctn. 1. Sctence-Period.-Blbl. 2. Periodicals-Bibl.-Unton ltsls. 3. Learned tnstitutlons and socteties-B(bl.-Unlon llsts. 4. Cen6resses and eonventtona-731b1. 5. Periodicals-Abbreriatlons of t[.les. r. Brown. Peter, ed. cc. Stratton, George Burder, ed. Z7403.1F D23 ~'~ 016.505 64---9719 ~l , Library of Congress [G-il,2l Q 4 Q a o0 14 8 a ~
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eriaiPublicatians ~ ANDREW D. OSBORN thicago i9-73 0 4 00(l 0 1 4 8 1 U asi3SXING..fm11.A=Rr46TZPTGA----~---~ ~ CLAS IFI~ATIOii SYSTEMS/ ~ t t Their Place and Treatrnent in Libraries Second edition, ~ revised American Library Associatipn . ,
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. Ref 7.U 50334 3419 ~,y= P+~r~+Qdi{sa].~--Ab3~av3~t~ni~P 'G#;t1eA~ ~+ v '1'Vorld list of scientific periodicals published in the years 1900-1950. 3d ed. edited by William Allan Smith and Francis Lawrence Kent, assisted by George Burder Stratton. New 1 orl:, Academic Press, 1952. xvii, 1058 p. 28 cm. 1. Sclence-Period: --Illbl. 2. Periodicals-131bl.-IInlon 11ste. 3. Learned lustitutlons and societies--Isibl.-Union lists. 4. Coug-rmscs and cousentions-Itibl. 5. Periodicals-ALbreviations of titles. i. Smith, William Allan, ed. u. Kent, Francis Lawrence, ed. ~ Z7403AV92 1952 016.505 5EI---3375 ~ Library of Congress 153i=15j , ~1 4 tl n t1 i~ !4 8~ 0 ,
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~•.~: ~ . . . . . . _ . T':'. _ - .... rwdY•1-.r.3n'.+ 50334 3417 PERIODICALS--BIBLIOGRAPIIIES/ETERZ~bI~AI.S'~==-A~$It~~IAZ'ZOI~PS %Oit:"t`71T.ES~ Ii\'FORMlTION STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL/ ~ O IM ~ R uide { < e Published 137~1 by E The American Chemical Society Washington, D.C. L BioSciences Information Service of Biological Abstracts Is ......:. Chemical Engineering Abstracts Index, Service Inc. Divislon of the American Chemkal society . n ~.w. ~•..M.lr.~~»,n.~.s. ...- w......,..,~1 . . ~., ! • N ~1 r -~.~i~o'r l.+ ..~a
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1%50334 3421 G.laaL? kt.,riani Eo x`r>'1' CY lli:i."JrL IT'Uis?T5S GUlU:: I,SSUT,: CF TsUSE ~' ~S; P',;R?"0D, :fC.USo Yaot-cstat Prons Sr4cia.'! I•l3:-ia•rxco OIoo ~'i) 436-j8 (G'~-ttlror 1':'~) I . l.. .:~.t. , . . .. . _ - 0 4 4 t~ ~ t~ t 4~i 2 2 , f i ~ ;~.
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3 Neveriaum, F John. International directory of back is.cue periodical vendors (original, reprint, microform) Compiled and edited by F. John Noverman. Albany, Stx:to University Bookstore, 1904. viii, 45 p. 24 cm. 1. Booksellers and bookselling--Dlrect. 2. AcQulsltion of serlal publications. r. Title. r Z28G.P4N4 Llhrary of Conoress C) 133 ~ . .. .•. ~-~-..A•-... , , G5-14s34
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~• 50334 3430 zS V Struglia, Erasmus J. Standards and specifications information sources; a guide to literature and to public and private agencies concerned with technological uniformities [by] Erasmus T. Struglia. Pref. by Roger E. Cay. Detroit, Gale Research Co. [1965] 187 p. 23 cm. (Managenjent information guide, 6) u 4 ~ 0 ~ n 14 8~ 1. ,
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WORLD LIS?' OF S:7_E:I3IFIC pI:P.IODICALS, ,• ` l.f`J .ECL;~• ~.;XCe, •I. I: ;T ". tIT ~. f`J S F,C3'i;:ri S?~'iC, i~~L'Tl:+.l..~ .L 'Tl:+.l..~.L r1 . .~ T-~r,: tr'-.~*t /~+r• ts ~eF ~ ~ ti 1.~ T'hG., TIi ::.<I:.~.,.. I,..LV.~ C_1,10G+... 0• P_:, 1-.10I1.. C S:.S, .~:i: ''(,:)':C?.S, i ITI:FS, edited by }•:cunech .I. rcr:er. 17V, 5 /4 91,Ge7 2 v4 p. ii ;. e tac;o::, 'r.s I.cndon ~ ~ 4 a d ~ ~r ~ ~ ~s 3, !
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..`Y s.. _..•_ _ - .. - 50334 3434 AG kT. CGLTURr--PL1iT 0;)I C ALS--Ii I I3I,T.OG PAP1I I::S ~Y~RLt!!)~~1~=~SI~L~~CitA3`!i l~s~ ' -Z 10 0 0 S ~,L'.wl,--,C,`FED JOU ~.~N.•LS IN 007 L'n, ~ 0 '~ z- 1973 .[-~ ~ ~' '~~ ~ ~~ ~~ J ~i J .t~L l~ T ~. 1'~`tii~ ~ A ~Al ~-'~ ~~~ S U UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE : NATIONAL AG RICULTURAL LIBRARY BELTSVILLE, MARYLAND 20705 , i :~~ i
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r ~ 50334 3433 - ~:.~'..-... . ....,..........r ~s ~--"--~+u.Ms.~ ,..... i U. S. Dept. of tlgriculturc. Library. List of serials currently received in the Library of the United States Department of Agriculture as of July 1,1937, compiled by Elizabeth Gould Davis. Washington, U. S. Dept. of Atiricultm•e,1958. 014 p. 24 cm. (jII. S. Dept. of Agrlculturej Dliscellaneous puldi- cation 76T) Cover title. Supersedes earlier list issued as U. S. Dept, of Agrlculture. Btblio- graphical bulletin no.12 and Its Supplement 1. 1. Af;riculhu•e-Pertod-RibL 2. Yerlodicals-I3ib1. s. Davis, Blizabeth Gould,1a14- (Series) S21.A46 no. 705 016.05 Agr 58-277 U. S. Dept. of Agr. Llbr. LAfi8iSi no. 765 for Library of Wngress 159f51r 0 4 ~ 0 n 0 1 4~~ 4
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~f4i8Gio•R/3Pl1y.:. FO0,7 fL»9y0K 51 a :$S-iAow.yfvy __,°~~.~:.oh:c~~: 1~. ~ ~, cAL51DAiRY ~ d~~r~TSI ~G~S Atv~7 Foan ,,-P0R;013;s~ ~'7'6f~A:CO -• PuQ~i cATisAr $~13CV 6rR.4 ~: . *, . ~: . . . ° z /ao? ~n Internatior.a1 Trac'.e Cer.tre ' /97o WICTw ~~ I p 0 4000 o 1.4.8 3 `3 GATT nr;notated Directory
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i 50334 3438 ~ _ ... _ .. ..-; ~ Ref . ; zu U. S. Library of Congress. Cyrillic Bi.bliograyhic Project. Serial publications of the Soviet Union, 1939-1957; a bib- liogrephic checklist compiled by Rudolf Smits. t\en es- panded ed.l Washintiton,1958. fii, 459 p. 29 cm. I'revious ed. published In 1951 by the Reference Dept. under title: Serials publications of the Soviet Union, 193i1-1951; a preliminary cLeclcl ist. 1. Rus.sinn periodicals-Bibl.-Union lists. 2. Librariea-U. S. I. Smits, Rudolf, ]007- n. U. S. Librnry of Congress. lteference Dept. Serial publications of the Soviet Unlon, 1939-1951. tu. Title. Z69513.11Z9U57 016.057 58-G0013 --- Copy 8. 0 Z~'.,03.7.S4 1958 Library of Congress t58w10J U q~ o a.a 1 4 s 3 9 J
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~0339 3426 PBR~IODI At =-EIELIOGRAPHIES/BIBLIOGRAP1iY--PERIODjCALS/ MAGn ~~ BILL KAT? 1~~ ~ ~ES and Berry Gargal, Scienca Editor 1974 u eiOMra"'eEs Second Edition . Vn:y !'yiV) For the general reader, and school, juniorcollege, college,and public libraries R.R. BOWKER COMPMIY ~rwR aw~oon. tm _ •m~ooi raxwnoM awnwn ..._..... ~..~....,..~ ~.~~..._, l 2----~;--".-...- ..........~.-...._ . • :K. L• • r K':~ k<h~~l': ~ L.~Z _ --~r . ~ ~L ~i . . ~y ' ' r.>I~. ). ;~ ..'l J-Mir~Yr.~.~ii~1r-h/t J f i~
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(see librarian for location) U 4 n A n c~ 1 4 8-4, b :,
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~ 50334 3446 :U.S.GOVERNMENTIDOCiJ.MENTS/INFORMATION SOURCES-SUBJECT COLLECTIONS/ SCIENCE--BIBLIO4RAPHY/TECHNOLOGY--BIBLIOGRAPHY/BIBLIOGRAPHY/ REF z 688 La 1972 Reference Sources 0 J.11 Science and Technology BOOKS--BIBLIOGRAPfiY/ by I , PERZQDICALS--BIBLIOGRAPHY/k " . Earl James Lasworth y ~ The Scarecrow Press, Inc., Metuchen, N. J. 1972 y ~ ---4--~---~ ~ --- ---.-~-.~ .
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... i Ref. .I zu t World list of scientific periodicals published in the years 1900-1960. 4th ed. Edited by Peter Brown and Georgo Burder Stratton. \Vaishington, Butterworths, 19G3-- ~ r. 28 cm. 1. Sctence-Periocl.-Btbl. 2. Pcriodicals--Btbl.-IInion lIst.a. 3. Learned Institutionv :uid societies--iiibi.-IIalon lists. 4. Congresses and convention,---Btbi. 5. Periodicals--Abbrevtltions of titles. I. Brown, Peter, ed. [t. Stratton, George I3urder, ed. Z7-103.W92:3 } 016.505 64-9729 <~:! Llbrary of Congress iGtp2t a4 0 0 t) t~ 1 48 4, 4 . `" w_.... 50334 3443 f
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~ 50334 3431 i:ef ~~. f _ 7.u SUBJECT xhAkZ TO NEW sVaYAL TITLES 19a0-i565 ].96s 434 Peges Pierian Pre9a Ann Arbo:, Mi chigan
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( 50334 3448 REF SOCIAL SCIEN z ' 688 Mc 1971 , bOOKS--BIBLIOGP.APHY/ . DIC'Y' IO\ARIES--BII3LIOGRAP~ BIOGRAPHIES--BIBLIOGRAPH NEWSPAPF.RS--BI BLIO.^,RAPHY INFOR$tATION- SQURCES/ S--B I BLI OGRAPHY /,VERIQDICAIS"BIBLIOGRAPfiY/ ~' ~~~~A ~ t5inei ~a Y/ / . ,. , By Mona McCormick j~ E I J~~, fl' c'~4y^~r r q,A ~~ ~~ f I ~~~ ' ~.~~ 1 `~s.b L,se..4 ii.. POPULAR LIBRARY • NEW YORK i
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50334 3435 REF z 1007 No 1973 pF.RIODICALS---DIRECTORTES/INFORMATION SOURCES--DIRECTORIES/ LIBRARIES--NORTH CAROLINA--PERi0A7.CALS/ NORTH CAROLINA--LIBRARIES/,MFDICIIdE--DIRECTORIES/ -P~:dlT.l',~T3S~. ~,j~,p~! '::I IEU- W t_LI T ~~ . f' ur~ 1 s ~~r:~~_ !, y 1..~aF ~ B1.0ftiriiDICAL SE r-NALS ' Judy l%'o0aburn, Editor Med'cai Center Library t PERIODICALS--NaP.11i CAROLINA LIBP.ARII:S/ • ' PI:RIODIC.ALS--t•tEDICINE--BIBLIOGP.APIIY/MEDICINE--THESAURUS/ - . . : Duke University Duiham, North CaroGna Ju;y 1973 . ' - . t Third Edition 0 - • ; . ~ .. r ~ • • - - ......~.iw.~.. ~ 4 0 0 n~i ! 4 8 , ,
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50334 3442 Fef. • ~PBr~OC~C8121`S~~I~b~ty~i'j4p}!y r/-rU World list of scientific periodicals publislted in the years 1900-1050. 3d ed. edited by William Allan Smith and Francis Lawrence Kent, assisted by George Burder Stratton. New York, Academic Press, 1952. :v11,1053 p. 28 cm. 1. Sclence•-Period.-Btbl. 2. PeriodIcals-Bibl.-Union lists. 8. 1.enrned Institutions and societies-lltbl.-IInion list3. 4. Congresses and conventions-llibl. 5. 1'criodicals-Abbreviations of titles. i. Smith, William Allan, ed. Ir. K,,nt, Francis Lawrence, ed. Z7403.1j'92 1952 /~ 016.505 52 3375 Library of Congress ~~ l531i15j 0 4 n A ~ p 1 48 4 3 ,
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50334 3460 REF z 1215 Bo 1980 .PERIODICALSj=-DIRECTORIES/B00KS--BIBLIOGRAPHY/ BOOKS--SUBJECT GUIDES/ , SCIENTIFIC ' i BooKS SUBJECT INDEX AND TECHNICAL AUTHOR INDEX TITLE INDEX BOOKS AND SERIALS ~ SERIALS IN PRINT SUBJECT INDEX TITLE INDEX 1981 R.R. BOWKER COMPA:VY New York & l.ordon , 0 4 n 0 t1n 1 48 61
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riUUC.~--W ~ 1/alE~41R l4?Q 1CSJit•stz C.Ot~ c/ 76 I Dr PRICE TRENDS AFFECTING ACADEMIC LIBRARY BUDGETS/ BY MIRIAN A. DRAKE 1 0=4' i~" RDU 75-02 ~ RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT UNIT, EURDUE UNIVERSITY LIBRARIES AND AUDIO-VISUAL ~ CENTER, WEST LAFAYETTE, IfiDIANA 47907 MARCH, 1975 ~ Abstract: isrexaminedas Ffor our tyearsjr f picett daaeonebooksrand serialsupurchasedefort~ ~ various academic discipline are presented. Price trend data are also presented for ~ other library expenditures including salaries, wages, equipment, telephone and supplie. It is concluded that although computerization may reduce real labor costs, the price trends indicate that further cost increases can be expected. V.S. DEPARTMENT OF. HEALTH, EDUCATION & WELFARE ., NATIONA614 STITt11"C OF EDCJCATION EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES INFORMATION CENTER Washington. D.C. 20202 U U 0: THIS DOCUMENT has been printed exactly as received from th- person or organization originating it. Points of view or opinior , stated do not necessarily represent official National Institute c= Education position or policy. Prepared by ERIC Document Reproduction Ser.•i:- Operated by COMPUTER MICROFILM INTERNATIONAL CORPORATIC'. P. O. Eiox 190 Arlington, Virginia 22210 Q 4 n 0 tl tl t 4 g 5 5 , ~
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