SCIENTIFIC ABSTRACT ERNEST, JERZY - ERNYEY, IZTVAN, DR.

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IMSTO Jerzy (Lodz, ul. Brzezna 12, m 5) Adhesive arachnitis in the region of the optic chlasm. Polski 4ygode lek. 9 no.29:915-917 19 JulY 54. 1. Z Zakladu Nedyqmy Sadowej A.M. w Lodzi, kierowniki prof, dr-Bronislaw Puchowski. (ARACHKOID, diseases, arachnitts, adhesive, in region of optic chiasm) IRRIST, Jerzy Diagnosis of air embolism in autopsy. Folski tygod. 19k. 9 no.46:1484-1487 15 Nov 54. 1. Z Zakladu gedycyrq Badowej A.M. w Lodst; kierown1k: prof. dr B.Pachowskis (IMBOLISM, air, diag. in autopsy, technic) (AUTOPSY, diag. of air eabolits. technic) I ST, Jerz7 (Lodzv Brzezna 12) Cases of air embolism in obstetrics and gynecology. Gin. polska 25 no.4;345-353 Oct-Doc 54o 1. X Zakladu MedycM Sadowej Akademii Kedycznej w Lodzi. Kierownik: prof. dr. B.Puchowski. (EMBOLISH, air, in obst.) (PRIGNANCY, co lications. air emb lIsM7 (IMLIVERT. complications, air embolism) KRNEST, Jer-sy Pathogenesis of vestculnr supbyeems of the intestines. Polski pnegI.chir. 27 no-3:251-254 Kar 155. 1. Z Zakladu Me4ycyrr Sadovej A.N. w Lodmi. L. Kierownik., prof. dr. B.Puchnwaki, Lodz. ul. Bruesna 12 a. 5. (NUMMU, vesicular of stomach & duodenum causing pals. air embolism) (PUUIOXUff RMLISK AND THRDMBOSIB air embolism caused by vesicular emptqsema of stomach & duodemm) (STOMACH. diseases vesicular emphysema causing pulm.air embolism) DVIST, L. Deci-mposition cf Oiazo ~ct.cneg cu..-rrI:s cx"(~C. at selective redixtion of unsati.rated 1, 581. V('!. 50, no. h, Apr. 19,56. LISTY. 11raha, %rchnslow.,ki la. SOURCE: East European Accessions List (EEAL) Vol. 6, "'o. h--AprilI957 ~PTESTI 0. TECHNOLOGY Periodical: REVISTA INDUSTRIEI ALIMENTARE. PRODUSE ANIMALE. No. 1. 1958. A square sea-fishing net; a fishing implement with electric light, unknown is Rumania. p. 9. ERIjF'ST' 0. Monthly List of East European Accession (EEAI). LC. V01- 8, No 3 March 1959, Unclass. , ERNEST_,--R.- - TFECTIOLOGY Periodicals: IfIbRUMNICA. V01. 3, no. '), Se,I)t- 1";` EMIFESTJ R. Hydrowneliorative works in Rumania. p. Y-5 Monthly List of Bast European Accessions (FEAT) LCp Vol. 8, No. 2, Februa--y 1959, UnrlaFs. 'TOO, Janos, dr.; ERN'gSZT, Judit, dr.; ZOLTAN, Imrs, dr. The prnparation of pregnant women with heart diseases for delivery. Magy. noorv. lap. 19 no.4:214-217 July 55. 1. A Budapestl Orvostudomanyi Fgyetam II. sz. not klinikajanak koz1ommnye. (Igazgatn: Zoltan, Imra dr. egyatemi tanar). (HEART Drswi. In pregn. hospitalization '& prop. for delivery, comparison of results with unptep. patients. (Hun)) (PREGNANCY, In various dis. heart dis., hospitalization % prep. for delivery, comparison of results with unprep. patients. (Hun)) (PRENATAL CA-RE hnapitalization & prep. of heart dis. patients for delivery. (Hun)) MR SZT. Judit, dr. Prognostic value of ballistocardlography of pregnant women with '59- heart diseases. Kagy.noorv.lap. 20 no.6:328-334 H .1. A, budapesti Oryostudomanvi liffetem II. as. Noi Klinilmjanak kozlemarqe (Iga%9(Lto*. ioltan Imre dr. eg7etemi tanar). (MGUNCY compl) (HURT DISFARS in pregn) (BALLIam"IOGUPIff) MMSZT, Judit dr.- RIGO. Janos. dr. I Certain cases of congenital cardiac defects complicated by, progn"cys Kagy*noorv.lap. 21 no-1:31-)4 Jai '60. 1. A BudAyesti Orvoutuidomanyt Rgyatem II. as. noi klinikajanak koslemen.ve (Igazgato: Zoltan Imre dr. egyatemi tanar). (MURT DIMTS CONVINNITAL in pregn) (PRIGUNCY compl) ZRNESZT, Judith, dr.j RIGO, Janon, dr. e-- - - -- - Mortality of aardlao patients in labor. Magy noory. lap. 24 ne.10-9 Ja 161. 1. Budapasti Orvostudommuyl Egyatem II as. Noi Klinikajanak koslumvis (Igangatot Zoltan Imrs 4r. ogyetaxi tanar) (HATENAL MORTALITr) (HURT DISEASE in pregn) (PREGRANY ompl) ERNEY, Gheorghe., ing. Calculatim and control. of tha chanfering, of t,,--l.!Jng in evolute too~lied wheeli with et-ralght t~.,(Ah. Cnnotr. ma--t 16 no.6.'305-310 jeqj, ERNEY, GyargIv okleveles gopenamernok Now nomenclature of gear wheels, Jarmu meso gep 8 no.11: 439-440 N 061-o AR911-4yopgy- Nev nomenclature of gears. Gep 13 no.12*.1+77-1+78 D 161. ERNEY, Gyorgy, okleveles gepdbzmrnok Accuracy standard of cylindrical gears. Jarmu mezo gep 9 no.12:466- 475 D 162. MUEY G. dipl.., inz. (Budapest); MAN K. P inz. (translator] 2-z:~ P dr., Calculating and checking the modification of gears -Ath involute otraight tooth, Strojirenstvi 22 no-4:257-261 Ap 162. ERNEY, _py-prgy- Calnulation and control of cutting the addendum of the straight involute toothed cylindrical wheels, Muazaki kozl MrA 30 no.1/4s 185-196 162. 1 Gyouz, okleveles, gepesimernok Precision standard of oylindrical wheals. Gep 15 no.6: 231-241 Je '63o 1. GAW,-MVAG Mozdony-p Vagor.- es Gopgyar, Budapest. ROHONYI, 11J.1ro,.), okleveles gepeezmernok (Rumania); FRNFY, Method for hobbing cylindrical gears to prod-ase dept.. of teeth without additional feed. Gap 16 no.121474-47' 1) IhIl., ~;"* I ' 'T I - - '-IA:;) (1y. at V,1) r it I Divcstigations concerning variability o:' the 1,re.9acral v(rtc:rac, in ralitts. P. A 'MAGY0 TUDOI1A;IY-OS AEADEYLk V. OIXZTALAY DOIGGIAI I:udapest, Hungary. Vol. 3, no. 2, 1959 Ycntbly List of East TiiroTcan Accessions (FI,,AI), IG, Vol. 9, no. 1, Jan., 1960 Uncl. ERWAFT, J., FABIAN, GY. Investigationsconcerning the variability of the presacral veeebrae in rabbits. In Englis~., p. 119 ACV.. BIOLOGICA, Budapest, Hungary,, Vol. 10,, '110. 1, 1959 Monthly List of East European Accessions (EEAI) X. Vol. 9, No. 2, Feb. 1960 Uncl. ERNHA", Jozaef Changes in quantitative characteristics in growing hen vitrietion in presence of dominant mutation* Biol tud kozl MTA 5 no,3-4: 245-262 162, 1. Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Allatgentikai Kutato Cooport- ja,, Agraregyetemp Allattani Tanazek, Godollo. -k ERNHARDT, Janos 'The Baratsag oil pipeline has been put into operation. ~iisz elet 17 no.21:5 U 0 162. ERNIO, R. Strengthen the international solidarity of workers. Sov. profsoiuzy 19 no.19z40-41 0 163. (MM 16:11) 1. Sekretarl Voemirnoy federatsii professionaltnykh soyuzov. Subject TJSSR/Aeronautics Card 1/1 Pub. 135, 7/18 AID P - 393 Author Ernis, I., First Lt. Title Determination of the travelling speed of an aircraft Periodical Vest. vozd. flota, 8, 39-40, Ag 1954 Abstract The author suggests a new method of determination of the travelling speed of an aircraft. The method lightens calculations, does not require complicated computations, and uses only a small table. Formulae, table. Institution None Submitted No date V-1,10, 1. ; HAD.'11AGY, M. Z;;;~ "The dic;patcher nystem in an astabliahment of the Piilp %nd :t;-tper lndir,.try. Tr from the Hunearian" (P. 241). PRZEGLAD PAPIERNICZY (Centr,tln,,r -"!trz,td Przemyslu Paplernicz.,!go J StowarzyBzenie Inzyniarow i Tachnikow Przernyslu Riplernic-.,ego) Lo1z, Vol. 9. %;o. c-, Aug. 1.95). SO: East European Accesnions List, Vol 3, No. R, Aug, 1~?54. KOLIN, Mirko, ins.; ERNOIC, Josip, ins. Applicability of the PK-3 mining combine tested in the pit of Ladanje of the Ivaneo-L+nje Gollieryq Ivanec. Rudar glasnik no-3t*69 162. 1, ivanj~o-ladanjski ugljenokopp Ivaneco; L 1,4056-66 EWT ly T 1JP(c) RM ACC NRi AP6032674 SOU-RC-E--C--O-D,-E-:-HU/-00--05--/--6-6- /000/002/0077/0078i AUTHOR: Kollar Laszlo: Borocz. Laszlo--Bel-ets, L.; Simon, Artur--Shimon, A. E Horvath ne , n AeSearaft-instltute for the Plastics Industry, Budapest (Muanyagipari Kutato Intezeq- TITLE: Study of the alpha-TiCl sub 3 -AlEt sub 3 catalystisystem SOURCE: Magyar kemiai folyoirat, no. 2, 1966, 77-78 TOPIC TAGS: propylene, catalytic polymerization ABSTRACT: The effects of the TiCl3:AlEt3 ratio on the polymerization of propylenell was investigated in terms of the reaction talcLng place between these two cat_aTy-s-V- cor.ponents (cf. Simon, A., Kollar, L., and Boroczp L.; Monatsh. Chem., v01- 95, 1964, p. 842). In generalp this reaction reduced the effectiveness of the system as a catalyst. The extent of this effect was followed by an X-ray determination of the crystalline TiCl content in the catalyst mixture. The X-ray determinations were performed by the Pepartment for Polymer Micromorphology (Polimermikromorfologiai Osztaly) at the Research Institute for the Plastics Industry. Orig. art. has: 5 figures. 1JPRS: 34,8051 SUB CODE: 07 / SUBM DATE: O8Juno'5 / OTH REF: 005 Card ry,~ 21(l.8)1 24(5) PEA X B00C MLOITATICK 3M/3369 VS04OyMSnAyZ M*ZbVU20VBka" konfSrCntSlY& po kvantovoy toorli palsy I tooril *lementarnykh chastits. Uzhaarod, 1956 Froblaw sa7sm&wcT teartl aleaentarnykh chAstits. So. 2: Trudy konferentall... (Problems In the Y4dern Theory of Elementary ftrtioles. Mr. 2s Trazaactionff of the All-Galan Inter-TUX conrerono* an the Quantum Field Theory m4 the Theory of cl 31;ental P rtl, es),aUthgorod, 7-karpatzkoye oblaatnoy~ lzd-Y., 19 - 21T P* 5 000 Visa printed. Rd.t Tm. Zansadze. Docent; Tech. Ed.: M. Belous. FORrMs ?him book is Intended for physicists. particularly those concerned with proble= In t~e field of elementary partlolas and the quontum th0Or7- COMAMs This book contains articles on *IomentArY Pa rtle, Originally read at the ALI-Union Inter-fts CcnCtrenc. h..:B.t Vattprod State University on October 26. 1958. Among the topics dinGilased arel 'the splAoi. field th"K7.- the fusion theory, Zorentx contractions, parity studies. nuel&on-nucloon scattering. &to. Xngllsh abstracts accompany each artlale. References t*XUM each article- Dolginow, A.Z. Polarization or Quanta Emitted by A MOSCAMOM 71 JLrexhankov. V.3. Opticea Analysis or the rntdrgatiOn Bbtwsvm 142 Met 1haelocas and Fiona Particles With Nucleons AM Nucleus Sharkov G.F. Ths Scud -rhCame"01091 C&I Theory Of Nuclear 149 nakax--ya, and 1-MIU-11" Partial Wave Analysis Of the -Awmaratloo Of Particles 15T SIAIRS-44- and The jur.ot or the Porm-Pastor am Um processes or Dram strahjung and Generation of Pairs mo Fratoms 165 ELLIzaaaa-Z4. On the zatoraction awtv,0844 -Particles And fteloons in to* R7p*rnnol*l 175 'Atlcc ru.N. The I-gt==AtLcb of the Perturb 3-Sir-r-41r- 182 ru.N.. V.I. Jend-13pl. and ]~_n _KJ1LY_M~:_ij_- The ZI Problem of W010OW-RuclOOM Scattering in 169h-E"*r97 Re one 195 X.Yu. Krlvv;dy. Zcmadxd. Yu-N.. _T_Z__U2 I JA~in, Rho a I V. Khl=I ch, L. P. __ _ , 'Me on ' -=4-:jRfjjeU-7qrturt4t1on othod to ?be* or Intemp tactlon at the Sue loon-)tucleaa 3aattenngs IOMSAIZZ, TU.M.; LIEWIL, Vd.; 3MIST, B.M. Behavior of the.total cross sections of -Fp-scattering at high energies. Zhur. eksp. i teor. fiz. 39 no.4:1154-1155 0 160. (14IRA 13: 11) 1. Uzhgorodskly gosudarstyeany7 univermitat. (Notons--Scattering) 8/6, 1 /000/0'06/006/063 C;91- S-O ID A00 11A 10 1 AUTHORS,, Lend'yel, V.I., Lomsadze, Yu.M., Ernst, B.M. TIT-12: The application of the "strong" -ooLipling methc)d to a aimplest model FERIODICAL-. Referetivnyy zhurnal, Fizika, n--%. 6, 1961, at-Strac- EA31,:, ("Dokl. I soobshch. Uzhgorodsk. un-t. Ser. fiz,-matem. n.", 1960, no. 3, 31- 32) To check the relativivt1c method of atrr;ng coupling in rhe field theory (abstract 6A314), the author considers an example, the equation of a harmo- n1c oscillator placed into a field ef external forces. I. ,s sh-1wn that already the first approximation, in a case of' a strong external fleld, makes :t possible to find the wave funct.13n at t - 0 with a very high pre-cisicn. K.T.-M, [AtE~rac-.er'a notet Complete translationi Card 1/1 IMSADZEV Yu.M.j LENDOYELg V.I. [landfleIg V.I.]; ERNST9 B.M. Parity doublet of11--maxone-and Chewls-approximation methoid. Ukr. fiz. zhur. 5 no.6:773-776 X-D 160 ~ 04IRA 14:3) 1. Uzhgorodskiy gosudaratvennyy universitet. (masons) :"If A,, lor.'VG I o/(,ff,/ IV) 11100 IA ,,,I AUTITORS: Lom3adze, Yu. M., Lendtyal. V. I.. Krlv~;~,Ily, 1, Yu., Pitshchich. V.I., Khimich, 1. V., Lukin, L. P.. Ernst, !3. :.,,. TITLE: On applying modified perturbation mothod to Interpretation of nuolacn scattering PMIODICALi Referativnyy zhurnal. Flzika, no. 10, 1961, 25, ab3traot IOA257 (V ab. "Probl. aovrom. tooril. elementarn. chastita", no. 2, Uzh- gorod, 1959, 211-216, Engl. summary) TEM Differential effective croas sections for all types of )PI-scatter- Ing have been determined In the first non-vaniahing approximation of the modified perturbation method (oonslatin~q in a special summation over all simplest barion loops Inserted into internal X-meson lines of the Faynman 2nd-order graphs); assumptions are made on existence of scalar 'C-maaons and violation of charge independence of nuclear forces at high energies. The cross sections calculated for the raTge 100 - 6W May agree sufficiently well with experimental data. T Ahereby the results of the preceding study (abstract IOA256) are additionally substantiated. An interesting possibility In discussed that at sufficiently Card 1/2 I :),L- 8/058/611 AMA I oloor'l 100 On applying modified perturbation ... - AOOI1AIOl great coupling constant, the*scstt~ring oroax 406tion may be owplately in- dependent of its value. (Abstracter's notet Complete translation) Card 2/2 8/058/62/000/007/010/068 A061/A101 AUTHORS: Lend'yel, V. I., Lomsadze, YU. M., Ernst, B M. TITLE: Parametric correlation in the effective range theory using Mandellshtam's dispersion re~lations PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Fizikaj no. 7, 1962, 29, abstract 7A274 ("Dokl. i soobshch. Uzhgorodsk. un-t. Ser. fiz.-matem. n.", 1961, no. 4, 19 - 21) TEXT: The authors proceeded from the analytic characteristics of the energy variable of the singlet amplitude of fixed angle p-p scattering, and uscKI a now form of approximation of experimental data (in accordance with the general scheme of Cini, Pubini, Stanghellini - RZhFiz, 1960, no. 4, 7765) to determine more accurately the coupling constant f2 which turned out to be somewhat less than the universally adopted value f2 _ 0.08. They also succeeded in determining the parameters of the effective',range theory, and found them to be very near those specific to the Yukawa potential. V. Lend'yel rAbstracter's note; Complete translation] Card 1/1 S/056/62/043/003/036/063 B108/B102 AUTHORS: Lendlyel, V. I., Lomsadze, Yu. M., Ernst, B._Jt- TITLE: A more exact determination of parameters of thp effective radius theory with the aid of Mandelstam's dispersion relationB PERIODICAL: Zhurnal eksperimentallnoy i teoreticheakoy fiziki, v- 45f no- 3(9), 1962, 974 - 976 TEXT: On the basis of the Mandelstam dispersion representation for scalar 111-1-scattering.amplitudes, M. Cini et al. (Phys. Rev., 114, 1633, 1959) have proposed a; function F(w) which makes it possible to determine the coupling constant f 2 by extrapolation from the r4gion (o~/O to the non-physical point W - -1/2. w is the square momentum of the nucleon. To approach that pole the authors suggest an "inverse" polynomial of the form w A + A F(,.,) + A F 2 (W) + A F3(6j) + At the non-physical 0 1 2 3 point w -1/2, the function F(-1/2) - -116. Extrapolation df experi- mental,*data on low-energy pp-scattering distribution led to the coupling Card 1'1/2 A more exact determination of... S10561621043100310361063 B108/B102 2 constant f . 0.058 -+ 0-005. The following parameters of the effective radius theory were caloulateds a equiv - -17.6*10-13 cm, r = 2.80-10-13cm,. P - 0.045, q w 0.0127. These numerical values indicate that the nucleon inLeraction potential at low energies is a Yukawa type potential. There is 1 cable. ASSOC TIONt Uzhgorodskiy gosudaretvennyy univeraitet (Uzhgorod State University) SUB,',IITTi;D: March 29, 1962 Card 2/2 -LAVU10"U"111 ALIC CAlmramulu" U410% wu WV D&U549V VAV"VI,&%w M&W appr=imted by an ener" f=tioa havIM the dam neareft,tramh pointis on the real axis as the proposed exact wVjIftft. Me authors obtain for the ]?Ion- nucleon mpllzq constant a value :94 0.046 + 0,004 Instead- of the cue,.Icmwy value DAM ACQ: 15JU163 AM CM31 PH LWLt 00 LENDIYEL, V.I.; WHSADZE., Yu.M.; EMST, B.M A more accurate presentation of the effective radius with the aid of the MaWellstam dispersion rel4ions. teor. fiz- 43 no.3:974-976 162. theory obtained Zhar. ekep. i (MM 15-10) .1. Uzhgoroclokiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. (Protons--Scattering) ERNST., 1. Rules for the nomenclature of vitamins. Chem lIstY 57 no.2:151-155 F 163. -0 6- -6 G__ 67-Liv; ~0~16 -I- -0 I A 1 4 1 0 p a V it m 11 l# )?;# NX Ila njoh joj?jov $1 Al U Al n 1-0 A L I -A -A., 1 1, a f 9 It I I w I t I QL U ' A A--- 1W so A owdod fW dw -dw id b0s w6d In blood. I as JeMyna.md J61M Trisha. Me r Orwsi Arch. 33. " all i T 1 CA n & rL wpar W-91(19N).-91ood wbick -t - anikvimindsal is diM. whb 0- N&C1 earl cestrifts4ed to intsed ot d i L l .. r epr um ibep 90 a romimetbefonat tkuwnts- C&(OH), and ZuM. To the proAcin4ree filtrate FeCt. 00 i. wided and the Y*11- cow th- P-111MA COMPBVd accuracy A all.. with standard U larisir %An. The _ onetbod im 5 -W. Henry Tauber *0 me 0 coo lie 19 opI go 100 9 00 9 W J? A%-ILA SITALLUPWAL LITINATU11 CLAMPKATtOll 1 too 1j; : too am ..... _- u u AV 11; -r- --r-F A jr -3 --- r 0 It I a ow a I v of I Ill a It I ;I& - I One 0 0.0 0 0 40 0 0 !0 * 0 0 0 * 0 0 0 0000 0 1 1 6000 I ecsi Tu(,cxiarjyc1..'.-;etj, i "Jic-1-I.-A ai Tnt,.-zct,,~'oo' .L.~ 1"0 ~ ii~. t ,-z; hatassf cjka TLe c~egree of muscular work Omosi Hatilap l"49, 90/8 (225-23,.') Graphs 3 The efficiency usually calculated, ie. work done in relation to heat development should not be confused -Ath true efficiency; it is at best an econonic efficiency and is misleadinc, because the muscle is not a heat erigine. --'V,-,n -,then the work done is comparable with the heat developed, only that part of the heat can be taken into account which Is directly connected with the function, and thi.,i is only a fraction of the ttal. I-here is a reversible nart in muscle activity, which corresnonds to a crystallization process in muscle. "[hen the muscle shortens it will always find an obstacle which prevents its further shortening; th4-s automatically leads to crystallization and the later process produces additional tension. The adductor of Venus verrucosa produces tension for a long time -.-4-th practically no increase cf metabolism. In this cas , as in the case of smooth muscle, crystalliLtion is probably of prime im!.~ortanee. It is obvious that tha, efficiency defined in textbooks yields absurd resulto in these cases. Straub-Judapest So; Excer-~ta Nedica, Vol. Il, Lo. 12, See. II, Decerber 1949 ERFST, The state of the binding of water and electrolytes In muscle. B. Ern5t, J. Tig , and A. Zabor"ck (Univ. VSci. flung. 1, 5-26(195OXits Ge7an.).--sarvilus muscles were suspended In chatubeni in hc they were exposed to different corcos. of 11,S0, vapors. The water content of the muscle was detd. fmin wet wt. and dry wt. (in vacuo at 100*). From these dettis. a - characteristic curve for the dependence of the lowering of 11,0.content as a function of the rapor pressure is con- structed. Similar curves for NACI xOns. of egg white pro- teins show a marked difftrenct. It muscle and Isotonie N&CI soltur. are equilibrated In a vacuutn desiccatc-r, thc muwJe loies more HIO than the N&CI soln., This indicates the role of swelling In muscle. Ifonesaxtorlusissuspendedin covcd. Ringer 3oln. a 2ad one in a Ringer soln. of the saine concrr. contg. 1.59/v lactic acid and no NaTICOs the weiglit - loss of both muscles Is 167c In 20 to 30 min. Subsequently, .during the. following 30 411.1 the "acid" muscle takes up HjO, whtreas the other one shows a greater wt. lom. Thi% Andicates.awellint: offrukMq!c1_~. Gertrude H. Pertmaurt EMST, R.;TIGYI. J. The role of tension In the decrease of mascular volume. Acta physiol. hang. 2 no.3-4:243-251 1951. (CIAM 22: 1) 1. Of the Institute of Biophysics of Pace University. XMIST, X.;BALOG, J.;TIGTI, J.;SIIBM, A. "WWAWMMOVIO"l Volume decrease and crystallization in muscle and aWosin. Acta physiol. hung. 2 no.3-4:253-259 1951. (CIAL 22:1) 1. Of the Institute of Biophysics of Pace University. IMST, B.;TIGYI. J. Active and automatic constituents of muscle function, Acta physi(il. hW. 2 no-3-4:261-270 1951. (GLKL 22t1) 1. Of the Institute of Biophysics of Pecs University. MrST, B.;LLDANTI, G.;TIGTI. J. Mechanical ftnotion and crystallization in muscle. Acts, physiol. hung. 2 no.1-4:271-279 19510 (CIML 22.1) 1. Of the Institute of Biophysics of Pecs University* INO.-TIJOTIGY1. J.;OMMY1. J. Prequency and time x4lationships in wascle volume decrease. Acts. physiol. hung. 2 no.3-4:281-291 1951. (GIML 22:1) 1. Of the Institute of Biopbysiooi of Peas University. Tharmosmovis w6fial-ciiii-nVi-iffon vi-orlF.-H. f,, I P? -(,Uliiv. Pics)f' C41a Pkysiol. Acad. [lun )52)(i C A l f ) Shemical Abstracts, .- n en ij aTge no. o g dwrmosmotic expts. are described by imiHg in IKIrt driCd d 10 J 1953 47 prob-ill "W"llir3lics. Alaintainitir a temp. lifference [)C- vit I , Y , ) t%v(,:ti tile nw,ki on lw)tll sides of the timinbrane results in a Biolcl~ical Chemistry flow of ~ol ven t f roin t fie warmer to tile colder side. Astuall Puncture iii tile incitibrane nmintain, cqual lt-,,drostatic pre-ure m, both ~irlvs of tile inctilbratic. by allowing tile soln. to txwrk in an amt. equal to that of solvent tit[- fii~vd throtigh the whrilt! membrane by tliermo~ntn~is. Peter Pernfeld JWSTO, 1. 17!- , Synthetic experiments In the group of acrtive hypot4maive alka- loids. Pt-32. Coll Cz Chem 29 no.lt266-273 'J&'64 1. Forachungainatitut fur Pharmaxie and Biochamiep Prag. 1 Occasional dullculkles in brewfug. 1053, 5, v7-011.- !-"' Ill.- vaHatmns 1r. raly matt-rials nnd IrAd to I)-rrs of Irtfurior quafity. Cv'n aftet alanw!uctwe : grea 'y K~ w"w! 0'0;4 conditicris -zan c-dvr"~Iy a'fcct ~, Potassium permeability of muscle. Acts. physiol. h=g. 4 Suppl:13-16 lq~!. (OW 25:1) 1. Of the Ins-titute of Biophysics of Pecs University. 01IM; r yt1r, AILIS1011. Kxlm at"I D- 'Al.41,,W I I.-Li qnwo -77"T t-- It -pa 3T (i-1111 It. I J IV dm~c -ov, :RM ;0 ii wntmed bv a ~pi-l '6111 1w ci,m 111,1111 u6t at tho ond uf th,~ aqairll iliki ,31111"'iv AN lalivii liv I,v.ihi oVa tl.4t 116.Al". frwn th) Cote Lild Vill Iic r not t~U ob,.~ :ohitt:4 im,rc:,,4,s ir, the thfe~tioii Imo, th, w.ill V(! The )fiLI1!1i',1AA k t1W 4-r"dt, f 011 I- .71 thv tclop diffaotic:t I, Louc fivrvie- il expl, and o.t.;, I n c.t1ill:kly 01crule)(111filit~'u. On tho tm,ii of cakIdAi-.v-; ..t flo 1.- 1111 paralm tl.rl 41 OW ',(I IIIC~' Wllkdl-~~ it 6 -- , 1IC,1 INAt ERNST j. Biophys. Inst., Med. Univ., Pecs. *Uber die Entstehung der Querstreifung. Origin of striations in muscle ACTA PHYSIOL. ACAD. SCIFIT. HUNG. (Budapest) 1954, 5/suPPl- (20-21) SO: EXIMPTA MEDICA, Section II Vol. 7 No. 11 A fl'u N G Toulon And wMer coatcut of tha made. E, Vrmt, Tigyi, and N;i::y (Acla phyiiol. Acad. SiI. l---kmg,Ltiw) fit it imocle irtcr,:,tses iti watcr If heat and tactic ill pli'dilclion, Frog MIMI, d wt. in Wrig,vi'i -ta, at U-2". Tho vaax. loss 0 attAin(A in 4. -30 lir. d'-pf..'Iding on tho rhidflc~~h of tit'! olwwclo. Mort it StTetk;l%ctj InIj,;c11: ij jjfti~r it loor, 4J13int,t] IM J),ax, wt. ILNJ, JIS Wt. incramas Imt Jj,i: l,rj~inikl %qt. ii 11"t rr.1;;!Ij1tA ollipictely uIld tha irl'o-C.3 It J timu- iti d ... v. A sarodwi stretrhecl by 114 of Wt Wngth U-75-1 Rin'r's ..I., Th. 0, -.~t pl~ - life 1:11;1116(1 of 1-3 iftill, (")U61 ofli lie accoutitiA for wi tit,-- m-ritpwm !,~jo, fit, Whilu Lho ft~rjjwr as-iUmption j... fliflisl the ll,-r I pw,-,ibility. IANAK. A, 11. 1.. IJL G- A Is tho nilmole AA Osluotia hup J-, and J. Tillyl (AIIII J-4314. J,J~ szi. htsng~, 19,54, 111,Tts-L-11W., -Mimlo i4 4% COU1. pIt s, Wlictow In-AAo ult of %(,1n, sand imblution xy-mtemq. Frng w s.n toral Aongaii-d ~~y sIty0di and kept sasix-oded for 24 hr. in Vmgvr'9 sula. g1% 0-"if 15% M th,.ir water cartlent while tbeir dry mqtivr. K, and 11 coattnt varies irregularly. Unstretchtd Cul-ArMs %li, IlDt 1(w) waler, . sirtAthed muscles do not h4e wt. in 0 161117,er but 104C. K And P COMPAtt4d to uniftCtthtil contrUIS. 'I b, lmitr tm.eup 15-10% water, give off some K anti P, whito tl,~-ir (try ii,.Atcr and ash, cmitent tvmains practically unchanged NA"'Iter x1d vlectrolytcs tuovd in and Qx;t of nlaq,~es iftdA:j),-udC-Itfl A. 11. L bmdx. =F7 UN G 1,4,,10 M ilutf%Wura In the 1111i'do, 1,,E.~n5t, mid A Arod. m-1741) - 4, 1 IIIII'd fo -70-- Ili 0 11 vitriom witiz 0i,t4,1 oilv W. 50"", .,f it4 K N. MAJImIgh R Add 11) it H 1,06!,,oln~ .11,1V fi,,itdjmi4 Wilvit tho muqdo is o-tractett wifli NXI t-t it COA, !ola. oftly of On: K -,mlilli III till' row, Dry gh't-voll" vxtr.wt4 .0) file dl,~ ml,clo but only 44 1" th"Ilgil added 11 K is i-a I"Alt It I,, mlg,~Mcd that part of tile Im"dv N I% bo'llid tu a --i0ex. A, ft. T- N~/,N il-;.. All Z. u N '-'~olVjna COMWADS And &WOO Wflftt Of MUStb R E-st ' 54 X lA i6 1 d , Dgyl. ond it , Aci , q (Aoo pVW 171- .-Slinulhineoug rocUrd of Vol. Conisiction with the piezoviectrit; chmjiber and 9f artierm current shuw it fairly t1mo pn-010i~;m, M vol. cunstrirtian arid actiun currcnt diminilh with filtig1jo tj)Cjr tiMe CUrV*'a be4CQM")rOl~5ogC!d. 'I'to pafalitlilrn 11 - q d b h i 3 cau e adigo t% to c in Ow chup of ilia latter, nil appl y l on CC'44111! t. S-W. The great incrta3a in tho Oino I.-Aweta act cittrent tint) meclunical rMimpso, on m)ling &A~* not h t l t l ow cfnp. a -tn activn Curfent Sjul Vo . Con2triction. A tho ved- c, tion current when -,rustriction dLiapp(urs sooner than the Lc mur-du k utimitktetl with 1"con6-3-of IM E4 1541 Rz. .1he quick pi)~t" of tbe Vol, Constriction is I)art of tho " prep4ratory ('11muscokw crntr;u;,.iwi .16ch List,. ;% f.w tusix-. Action roirmit, Vol, lte.-It OrvOul'InT.-Ilt, truriqlaren axaWat. And pit vittm-o taku liluo in tho omcb mi( it ilcti-'Ity It'llu% 5 tht'ge 11111 h0s 11) UnIvs A, I i~ L. I I i, z?ik&-- UN G vol. c-xm~trtftion was rea--rdvt at 444 -And 24~ in rc.,pvab~ w idemicd methanICA elfccts and was found to be of Criop. Wfilin tle mutwlc:(fxvg g2stromemiu.,) fjImIll'O"d witi, 4 61rr~at o( SO lix Ili*, milmoiluda 1'f thq Vol. txn- ~mMoli it-im'Ill'i illOupt'll-l"ilt fit tcolp. liat a litolongAtfors tawkvd IA.- %~irh lu-'e-ring A tc-cfqv Thcrio h tw thf1vtClice hi ttioe pheno. 11it-11 In (brect tx in:!;r;:ct i.!imulmion. I t ILI il~,jvnjej tj~,,t t1j* v"** Cal'Nkmthlrl ':OR~istl Of fv-,'~ Parts, an initial qujck,~raull pfkme aml . :Mrlloid " 13q:o plS."'Se. 11~- joyllmr jv an ionic prrAc~!,;. T)'6 W-r ni lir-~Ug4t '1('wkt by a ten.,lit'n chango We to crpstal aftcration my" lin- A- 11. L. BiziNAK. I IMNST B. Semiconductors and the problem of excitation. Biofizika 1 no-3: 2960300 '56. (HLRA 9:9) 1. Institut b1ologicheskoy fiziki Universiteta v Pach. Vengriya. (IIIMTROPHYSIOIA)GY) MUNW out formd W*tr,= Ot hysial. Acad. Sti, his$ B.M. 110. r r Pill Inst, mod. Un , sit. V.. P60, Runpry).-Frog movcks j 1 1. .1 wing muscles of Insects were - treated with 20% ure-1 solutions and 12% furmal solutions and Weir optical properties tome examined with apolorising microscope. Anegativebirefringency develop as the formalin dries In on the iurface. first In the isotrooic than In the entire fibre. A somewhat similar picture is seen a Small amount of form*1 solution Is allowed to dry (nd crystallize) an & thin platinum wire. It Is suggested that in the cam of the muscle fibre the formol also forms crystals which are oriented by tbe micra-structure of the fibres or fibrits, thereby developing =tIve birefringency. It is suggested that this technique may be a method by which cell sUvctura may be studied in s, native Stste. (Gem=) A. 1). L. DritAx. L uZzlzutlavathods" ML TN Im *Udam UL SU craft4wom IT. BZW-4 Ernst, L. JUlactld and J. Nagy Acti p, iol. Ac4d. &L. "Mg,. 19W. IL 7-39 (Biophysic. I=L, Mod. Uaiv.. d". Hmigary). ;jL The v~tical behaviour of frog muscle fibre3 and single fibrils insect muscle was pho raphical re=dcd under a larisi zukroscope in different solutions (V&.H-Webe,, distilli tenrll 0-1% lactic acid, Ringer. etc.) during different stretches and calazations. It was shown that identical Chang" in the optical behhviour are brought about by a variety of manipulations. therefore, the 4isappearunce of an optical property (e.g, birefringucy) do" set prove that it was caused by the "traction of a , reftingent substance. 11. PhotogruFbic records of native Insect muscle librillat eh ow the presenoo c, long structures (filaments, protafibrillae) pa-,-vng uninterrupted through several anisotropic and isotropic wscs; they are much thinner and more delicate in the I disc. The spiral structure could'also be photographed, A vezy great vasiability of all thew optical properties, thickness of the different discs, direction of the Windings of the spiral kin the same fibril). thEckrim of the Idiscs in the relaxed and contracted state, was found already in the native fibrils. 111. HOrthle's conclusion that the cross-s1riation it not a static structural part of the fibril but varies with the waves of con- tractions and relaxations was confirmed. Not rdl the longitudinal fibrillae of a fibre are simultwmously contracted but.aften bundles of fibrillao only. From the optical behaviour of Hydraphiltis fibrils under diffe~rent experimental conditions (application of different aol"ntj. Aretdi, relaxation etr-) it is conclucled that the anisotropic disc in the fibril Is raused by an enrichment of my-osin. th"- isotropic dfac by less thickly packed actin filamclxts, the Z line V; due to an intrafibrilLary stratified organisaLion, tho M disc Can n0y be a ckeningaul thtVsul:x;tancf ~O!h! aniSotropic. disc. rhi dunges in AW ~Vp4 Ebril jkttri ted to of th lu e'lalor gt~~= '= ~9..gev =Pwd 1. 9 up the Ubrg Oidtad by the stretch. IV. The t1ghier packing of the crom 41datiou darizig contra-Won fa attributed to illukinullod In height and WrTmro in vidLh tit it," WsttaW between 2 Z hands. ItissuggeatedtbatOutiqwj2ttactibn caly cettalm paits of the fibrils contmet. othem in betwreu nro stretched. lhis stretch chcits a stiffening and a further te on . lucmase causm by crysin. (Gera=) A. B. L BZZIA.. Ct USSR / Human and Animal Physiology. Neuromuscular T Physiology. Abs Jour: Ref Zhur-Biol., No 9,, 1958t 41640. Author -.__Zr_a2j,_EA_ Inst : Academy of Sciences Georgian SSR, Title : on the Problem of Muscle Excitability, Orig Pub: V sbe: Probl. sovrem. fIzIol. nervn. I myshechn. slatem, Tbilisi, AN GruzSSR, 1956, 415-436 (Prob- lems of Contemporary Physiology of the Nervous and Muscular System). Abstract: A method for the measurement of muscle volume was elaborated and It was established that during the latent period of contraction, at the Instant of the Card 1/3 USSR / Human and Animal Physiology. Physiology. Neuromuscular T Abs Jour.- Ref Zhur-13fol., No 9,, 1958, 41640. Abstract: excitation current, a decrease of volume takes place, It follows that the action current Is asso. ciated with an increase of ions concentration,, in the same manner as the decrease of volume is asso- ciated with the decrease of the volume of a solution resulting from hydration of newly formed ions, Change of volume studies were done on muscles of frogs following stimulation similar to excitation and these were able to occur In rhythms of 50, 75 and 100/1 sec. Volume changes were conditioned by K ions, K Ions In the muscle exist in a combined forml at the time of excitation they become Ionized and at first, leave the muscle fiber only when the permeability is more favorable, as a result of dir- ect stimulation with the current; there was only Card 2/3 98 InjIlk. ad Jda.MMVW Z4fiuakm E. Ernst and :YN. GargLmvdlgyi Ada physiol. Acad. Sci. Ase".. OWM74T-52 (Blophysic. lust.. Mod. Univ.. Was, Hungary).-Fibrils of diff muscles of HydropAilms ticess, other insects and of R404 -:9- were pWW &put with 2 inictomanipult,tor needles (I p., .be photographic records show that neighboaring fibAH" are held together in bundles at the Vines by a structure which abow3 the same optical behaviour as ~the Z-Une ; it is proposed that this structure should be cAlled Interfibrillar Z-structurs. Th t0- microgram also show the reat stretchability of the IntNtillr Z-atructure, from which it 1. concluded that It is probably not a membrane. The photograts also show the existence of an intra- fibrillar Z-Btructure the opt cat behaviour of which is the same as that of the interfibrillar Z-structure. It is suggested that the Z line Is made up by them two structureg which together constitute a system to be called Z-farbric. (German) A. B. L. DzzNix. T The present state of the problem of stilmilation. Acta Dh7siOl. I-ng- ll(SupPl):9-11 1957. 1. Biophysikaliachas institut der medizinischen universitat. ecas (NMCINO PIW3101. r ,nw ran@ theory of stimmlation (Ger)) -RNST, EUGEN Science Die 'Huskeltatigkelt; Versuch einer Blophysik des quergestreiften Muskels. Bu-,iapest, Verlag der Ungarischen Akademic der Ungarischen Akademie der 'AssenschRften, 1958. 355 P- (Xuacular activity; a biophysical investi- gation into the striped muscle) Monthly List of East European Acessions '7-EAI), LC, Vol. 8, No. 3, March 1959 Unclass. T" L AUTHOR: Troshin, A. S.,Doctor of Biology SOV/30-58-7-22/49 TITLE: News in Brief (Kratkiye noobahcheniya) The Second Interna tional Conference on the blechanism of Stimulation (Vtoroye mezlidunar- odnoye soveshchaniye po mekhanizmu vozbuzhdeniya) PERIODICAL: Ventnik Alcademii nauk SSSR, 1950, fir 7, P1)- 103 - 104 (US31t) ABSTRACT: The conference was hold at the Humboldt-Univeroity (Univers~-tet in. A. Gumbolldta) in Berlin, in the DDH (Gerf..ian Dcmocratic Republic)(GDR) from March 31 to April 2. It was attended by physiologisto, biochemists and biophysicists, who with respect to the mechanism of stimulation, take two dif."ere::t views. One r,roup proceeds from the albumin theory developed by D.N.Nasonov and hie students. The other group rcliess on the principles of the diaphragm theory proposed by A.Hodgkin, and the Cambridge School(kembridzhskaya shkola) of 24 repo--ts vrere submitted. They are partly listed below: 1)V.Ya.Aleksandrova (USSR) on the Albu-min Theory of Injury -.nd Sti!-.iulation. Card .1/3 2)B.N.Tarusov (USSR) on Electrical Parameters of the Cells in News in Brief. The Second Internntional Confer,--nce S-)V/3o-58-7-22/49 on the Mechanism of Stimulation Different Functional States. 3)L'.Ernst,11un,,,ary (VenCriya) nhowed that individual fibrils reacY -to every electrical irritation by a distinctive contraction. 4)G. M. Fratik, USSR, on Structural Chnn~-es in Nerve Fibers Cailsed by Excitation. 5)A.Kaladzhiyeva, Bultaria (Boleariya), A. Wolf (Vollf), V. Linl:o,DDR, Ye.11A.Makovskiy, Roumania (Rumyniya) irivesti,,:ated the properties of solutions of native albumins. 6)G.Vogel (FoCell), G.Krause (Krauze), G.John(Dzhon), DDR, described the results obtained by the investi,-ation of the influence exercised by temperature and various poisons of fermentation on the monodular (monodallnyy) active current. 7)G. Lippmann, E.Schubert (Shubert), DDR, on the Influence .xerciaed loy Metabolism Upon the Process of Cell-Excitation. 8)E.Gutman, Ts.Vodichka, Czechoslovakia (Chechoslovakiya) on Impulseleas Processes in Nervous Structures. 9)L.Lyubinskaya, Poland (Pol'shaa), K.Chen-, China (Kitay), on the Morphological Structure of So7e Elements of the Nervous Card 2/3 Syste":1. Nows in Brief. The Second International Conference SOV/30-58-7-22/49 on the Mechanism of Stimulation An animated discussion of the reports took place after tne papers had been read. J, Card 3/3 F- R T-n.-TI-ITTA ?'T--DICA SPc 2 Vol 11/7 P1,,ysio1,),,-y Tu1Y 58 1 3027. CAN MUSCLE DIFFERENTIATE BETWEEN ITS OWN Po,rASSIU,%l AND SU1311LILD POTASSIUM? - Unterscheidet der Muskel zwi5chen eigenem Kaliumgehalt und eingernhrtem Kalium? - E r n a t J. Biophys. inst.. Nted. Univ,, POcs - ACTA PHYSIOL. ACAD. SCt, HUNG. 1158, 12/suppl, (79) The muscle in K-rich Ringer solution can take up 1001o of K. K is emitted to the same extent in normal Ringer solution again. The K taken up is retained. It is situated mainly in the sarcoplasm. The original K is bound in the fibrils. ftCERPTA YEDICA Soo 2 Vol 12/7 Pb7siology JU1Y 59 2999. Z-STRUCTURES IN STRIATED MUSCLE FIBRES - Ober die Z-Gebilde den quergestrelften Muskelm - E r n is t E .G a r a m v 0 1 gy i M . and G u b a F. Blophys. Inst., Me-T.-Vfftr,-f4" - ACTA PHYSIOL. ACAD. SCI. HUNG. 1959, 14/suppl. (40) Acid-resistant Z-atructures in and between striated muscle fibres have been de- tected and Isolated. On electronmicromeopical investigations the matrix of these -at ructures was foitnd to be a reticulum. Boelea Amsterdam .4 WST, Jeno The Institute of Bio~hymica of the 14ca School of Medicine. Fiz exemle 9 no.6:195 Je 159..- ~,~~T,M,-~TIGXI, J.; NIBIETZKY, A. Cnrdiac automatiom and radioactivity. Acta phyeiol. Imng. 16 no.2:61-69 1959 1. Biophyalkalisohes Institut der JbdizinUchen Universitht, Pecs. (MRT, phyoiol. ) (POTASSIM, radioactivo) I M.; HEIRTZKY, A.; YAJUL, M. 3nergy otorage in reversible arrest of the heart by 1101. Acta pbygiol. hung 16 no. 2 - 71-76 1.959 1. Blophysikalisches-Inatitut der.63dizinlachen Universit4t. Pecs. (HURT ARRAST,-exper.) (GHLORIDWi pharmacol.-) BIMT, N.; HAJNAL, M. Distribution and form of potassium in the muscle. Acta phyalol. hW. 16 no.2;77-86 1959 I.BiophyaikulischeD Iristitut der MedizinlBchenUniversitht, PocB. (MUSCLI, dhec-istry) (POTASSIUM. chemistry) ERNST, E. New biology. Acta physiol. hung. 19 no-1-4:551-551 61. 1. Institute of Biophysics, Medical University Pecs. (BIOCHINISTRY) (BIOPHYSICS' STRAUB, F. Bruno; E W T, Jenoj JUVANCZ, Irehousl BALOGH, Janos; SZENTAGOTHO, Janos', dr.; TORO, Iwo, dr.; BALINT, Ander; B&RTUSZ, Lajoz kn account of the 1962 vork made by the directorate of the Biological Section. Biol tud kosl KTk 5 no.3-4:165-202 162s 1. OA Magyar Tudomanyom, Akademia, Biologiai Tudomanyok Oaztalya- nak Kozlemenysi" aserkeastoje (for Straub). 2, 'A Magyar Tudomanyos Akademia Biologiai Tudamanyok Oeztalkanak 103lemenvaim ozerkeazto bizottsagi tagja (for Szentagothai and Toro)-- 1 tral ;~Wl C's i zi, lr:.,~titltte W.'d. Ce Lu trie -iticLical liniversit--r (Orvoatudwanyi 36ye-- I r. z ~, t i s Ko ?,.p mt i "' Abc IM F-- 7, Pecs. e -Struo*c-ure of tsis Striatod, ilbril." --~p4s ish artic'e; Authors, Eb&Usll sumia-ary Ir I autrior", lfjki bebvzeii -urrent i i c o f t h, ~, R tr u c: - r, u r e o f t j, et 1 -1 a -V.- d , a?-, -- c I e f 11) r 11 tloiis. Data i-n t-,.- litcrsturo a-r-d d !3vitlieri-ral. or)E,.,,:ova tn~~il: Own 'cF,:vr,-s c~-' new the formul~t,.,,on of u Thei.r hyl)OULa.318 %W~N]Jlt~Zi a, tn~v!sveroe, lamellar strucxura of the fibl'ilf L'U*f Claw ;ire rilulor"ll 4~jld t~w rt3i-,- i,esArT14 Y i Ins titute of 3J.o, hyr-iic s, cal Vni v,..- sit- r-V,) ut. !LoL I,'. I L"'i at el~ ofizik a i I xitezet e) a.,-, and lica',61livy in Soientiagur,. run~-ari- Vo~ 11p '.b ttl"~~6,ines of avivistical m#icbanica and therms-lAynamics Prob-.kbilitly and stab´┐Ż.Uty, wheyi properly aiplied, Ar~;- veri helpful in u=d'fTst&Ldirg bioloZieal ph.:-;~nomena 'Which sooni-agly cont:radiat the basic theass of these sai- 6nees, Tbj'.,a st-ateaeat is cor-trustod with some other state- mer.t5 in tho bicdogical -) lit,,.,rararo, ~Of 19 reterences, about ona-third are humsarie-r-i EMT, Jeno., akademikus.~ egyatemi tanar Theory of relativity and the popularization of natural sciences. Magy tud 70 no,3.-201,-202 263, la Orvostudomanyi Egyetem., Pecs. !i~ HLUGARY/Electronics Electrcn and Icn _01ission I,'ba Jcur Rof ~-hur Fiziket No 11, 1958, No 25630 Authcr Ernst La 1~5 Inst a -I_nd_u_s_t_rT'v71_Rosoorch Institute for Tolocc:--nunicationst Budrrest, Hungary. Title %Long Timo-Constent Decay Effect of Oxide-Conted Gethcdod Orig Fub :Acte rhya. Acod. soi. hung., 1957v 7, No 4, 1173-475 Abstrect tA study was nede of the slcw decrerso in emiscion of en oxide cathode in one tyre of roooiving tube. Siriultencously the cuthor hes meeoured the increpse In renistnnee of the inter- lining between the cxide nnd the care, usinF the Van der Ziel nothod. A unique emnection bqs boon ostoblishod be- twoon the two processes. Cord 51 I ERNST, Lajpig ~bn' wall pump. Fiz ozemle 9 no.6:176-181 Je 159. 1". 1 1. Ifiradastoohnikai Kutato Inteset Ipari Elektromos LaboratoriUm. ERNST~ --.!a The ion wall pump. p. 176. FIZIKAI SUM. (Fotvos Lorand Fizikai Tarsulat) Budapest, Hungary, Vol, 9, no* 6j June 1959. Monthly List of East European Accessions (EEILI) LC, Vol. 8, No. 11, November 1959- Uncl. ERN.137, Lajos, tllr]OM,9nyC3 inunkatars UltravacuiLm ongircoring, Tnrn t-ld P.,,,zl 4 ro,7,2",9-,Kj!) il 161). M TMT, L. ". I?The Comnarativo Characteristics of the 11ro- th -in~I ;I)e-,e1o-,-.mcnt OPL 7not Friesian and Hercrord-Fast Friesian Calves." Cnml A,1-r^'Jci, Division for the Development of Cattle, All-wUnion Sci-Hes inst of AnLmal I~usbmdry, Moscow, 1954. (KILL, I:o 7, 77eb 55) SO: Sum. !To. 6111, 26 A119 55- ltmrr~y bf ScirntlCic nr,, Techni-cal. Dissertations -efended at USSR HiClier 7(IucntIr,na1 In.~Eltut.lons. (14) XMIST, L.K. Comparative description of the growth, development and certain morphophysiologieal features of young Holstein and Hereford- Holstein cattle. Trudy Inst.morf.zhiv. no.33--110-116 160. (MIRA 13:6) 1. Voesoywnyy institut zhivotnovodstva. (Cattle breeds) ERNST, L.K., kand.oollskokhoz.nauk (g. Moskva) Significance of artifiaW insemination for increasing productiTity of cattle breads. Bio. v shkole no.2:77-80 Mr-Ip 161. ' (KIRA 14:3) (Cattle breading) (Artificial insemination) ERNST, L.K-, kand.seliskokhozyaystvennykh nauk ~ Results of jedging herd bulls of various breeds according to the quality of their progeny. Agrobiologiia no-4:566-576 J1-Ag 162. (MIRA 15:9) 1. Voesoyuznyy Institut zhivotnovodstva, (BULLS) ERNST, L. K. "Rational use of sire-buils in artificial Inserninatlon." report submitted to 5th Intl Cong, Animal Reproduction & Artificiall Insemination, Trent, Italy, 6-13 sep 64. KWMIAREDIKO, Nikolay Mikhaylovich, nauchno sotr. , kand. sel I- khoz. nauk; SEMEMOV, Nikolay Petrovich, nauchn. sotr., kand. sellkhoz. nauk4 ERNST, Lev Konstantinovich; 4- FEFFMAN, A.Ye., red, (Practices in breeding work with black and white cattle] Opyt plemennol raboty s krupnym rogatym skotom Cherno- pestro-1. porody. Moskvap Rossellkhozizdat,, 1965. 78 p. (MIRA 1818) 1. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-issledovateltakiy institut zhi- votimodstva (for Kramarenkop Semenov). ERNST, P., promovany ekonom Automation of the operational planning of large-scale machine production. Podn org 18 no.5:231-233 MY 164. ERNST, Pavel, promovany ekonom Standardization In organization and management. Pod org 17 no.4: 171-172 IP 163. ERNSTI R. Yugoslavia (IX) Technology The used ultrasonic irradiation in the tanning process p. 415. Nova Proizvodnja, Vol 2, no. 6, December 1951. East Euroman Acgessions List. Library of Congress, Vol. 2, no. 3., R77ch 1953. MCIASSIFIED. SAMW,, A.V., rcel.; I'III,!:-KIY, L.I., red:; BROUR, R.U., red.; BOMTELO, I.A... red ; MIZIIAK, 13.7o.., red.; itIZI]KOV, A.N.., red.; VINE.MHT17A, L.I.j tekbn. rod. [The nature of Sakhalin and ran's health] Frii-odn Sakhalina i zdorovIc cheloveka; abovnik statei. IUzIuio-Sekhti1injkp ~ha- linskoc knizImoe izd-vo, 1962. 161 p. (IIALU 15:1.1) 1. Geograficheskoya obOichestvo SS)SH. AoMinsiya i-~akllt,,Anskoy geografii Sakhalinskogo otdeln. (SAKHALrl-4,!:-,DI CAL GEOMARY) COUNMY T USSR Human and Animal Physiol., Neuromuscular Physiol. JOUR. R=iol.p M4. 3 1959, N.,, 22384 AUT401Z : Tidi, Y.; Ernst, 'INST. : Academy of'3rrP_.nce9 of the, USSR TIME : The Exchange of Phosphorus and Potasrjium Isotopes in Functioning Mitscle. 10PIC. PUB. - V eb.: URuch. zhivotn. organi:ma, M., AN S33R, 19 112--115 ABSIRAC? 3 One sartorius muscle was subjected to indi- rect stimulation in Ringer's solution containing the isotopes, and the other sartorivis (of the same frog) was stimulated dArectly. Both sart- orius r1liscles were included scquent~ally in a chain of.stimulation. A 50 cycle current was used ; stimulation lasted 0.5 to 2 seconds. With indirect stimulation the potassium. content and specific radioactivity of the tissue remained unchanged. With direct stimulation an 1896 reduc- tion in potassium content was noted and a simul- Card- taneous increase by 26% in specific activity. In 1/2 T-75 EMSZT, Tibor Relationship between the teabnical development fund and the inno- vators' movement. UAt lap 13 no.7:7-8 Ap 161. 1. Penzugyminiiisterium Ipari Ossta,37anak helyettes resetoje, Budapeot, Hungary-Toobnology) ngary-Industrial management) M /,' rj,\.1,t J, _"at~,Lk% :LXCBRPT$-%% IeUMICA Sec.11 VOI-8/11 C.'.RIL Nov 1955 22 11 AtM, E 1. 1 c(.111t.ntipari ImmkAmik fi-Iso lt%gwawak C ha 11 g v S 1) v r a I I, w i IVS ill ct'llivill wol*kovs (273-2.75) Twenty-mv (if 40 ww-ket's %it it %winviA works shim'd llas;d, pharyllgeal and laryll. goitt Syllipwills. [it 3t the vibrissne wvrv~ damaged. As vog.irils 6v 1111WOUS Mv;l1_ twittle, tile ild lit mmatol'... climiges first for stilliv 1,1111e. later the a- troph(c chmiges. Witli vererelice to tile C11.1tiges Observed t1tv (lisustion tit tile lit-coad- ity of perimlical oto-rhino-laryngttlogical examination (if workers in tile cement in- dtistry i.,; discussed. Author (XVII. Ill AWYNT, --Imtv&n dr. The treatment of influenza with atebrin. 0". hatil. 96 no-31: 864 31 July 55. 1. Geongrad negeys famem Y.B. Igeszegugyt Onstalyanak (oaztalyvemeta: Gajdan Brno dr.) kozlemenys. (qUINARGINS, ther. use, influenmL (Run)) (INFLUNBU, ther. quinacrine (Hun))