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KAGAY, D.F., kand. teldm.nauk; VP14YAKDi, D.1-1., kand. tekhn. nauk; LOBACHEV,- P.V., kand. tekhn. nauk; YEKHLAKOV, S.V., inzh.; PAVIOV, L.D., inzh.; RUZ31, M.Ya., inzh.; ARD=U, T.U., inzh.; IS zh. Prinimali uchastiye: SAFOZH1 KOV, M.M., kand. tekhn. nauk; GEFDD1G, A.K., kand. tekhn. nauk; MALI11OVSKIY, R.B., inzh.; STRASITYKIH, V.P., red. izd-va; KASIMOV, D.Ya., tekhn. red. (Instructions for designing, installing, operating, and repairing interior wator supply systems using vinyl plastic pipes] Ukazaniia Po Proektirovaniiug montazhul ekspluatatsii i remontu vnutrennikh vodoprovodov iz viniplastovykh trub. Moskva, Gos. izd-vo lit-ry- po stroit., arkhit. i stroit. ma- terialain-, 1961. 91 p. (MIRA 15:2) 1. Akademiya stroitel'stva i arkhitektury SSSR. Institut sa- nitarnoy tekhniki. 2. flauchno-issledo-vatel'skiy institut sa- nitarnoy tekhniki Al-aderii stroitel'stva i arkhitektury SSSR (for Kagan, Vanyakin, Lobachev, Yekhlakov, Pavlov., Ruzin, Andreyeva, Shaakova). 3. Leningradskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut Akaderii kommunallnogo khozyaystva im.. K.D.Pamfilova (for Sapozhnikov). 4. Vsesoyuznyy nauchno-isaledovatellskiy in- stitut gidrotekhnicheskikh i sanitarno-uekhnicheskikh rabot (for Gefding). 5. Institut po proyektirovaniyu zhilishchno- grazhdanskogo stroitel'stva v Moskve (for Malinovskiy). (Water pipes) Sl,--~AKOIIA, Clt. V. l"PhPTTml Clmrricterl:;tic of Numle Acidi," rok. AN, 35, ','To. ~, 1942. cl~,42-. SHMA~WVA, M. 1. C~ind. Mad. Sci. Disserti,tt Ion: "Post o-perative I=pasaability of Intestines." 1?/1/50 Central Inst, for Advancement of F*sicians SO Vecheryaya Moskva Sum 71 .~) t I-, k- ~ _` , . . . ~. ". . Crbits Improved orbits of the planet (40-1) Ottilia. Biul. Inst. teor. astron. 4 no. 5, 1949. Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, August, 1952. Unclassified. SHMAKOVA, K.Ya. Absolute perturbations and now elements of planets 386, 417, 430 and ?35. 3jul. Inst. teor. astron. 6 no.1:46-56 155. (MIRA 13:3) (Planets, Minor) SHMAKOVA, 14.Ya.; SOCHILIVA, A.S. Approximate determination of the circular orbit of an astroid. Biul.lnst.teor.astron. 7 no.1:72-75 '58. (MIRk 13:4) -(Planets, Minor--Orbits) SHRAKOVA, M.Ya.; SOCHILIZIA. A.S. Elements of elliptic and circular orbits of unnumbered minor planets. Blul.Inst.teor.astron. 7 no.1:76-77 '58. WIRA 13:4) (Planets, 14inor--Orbits) SIM4KOVA . M.Ya. Numerical integration of the equations of motion of asteroids with the "Ural" electronic computer. Biul.Inst*teor.astron. 8 no.3:242-245 161. (LIIIRA 14:1-1) (Planets, Minor) SHAAKOVA, N.L.; YARIAGIaTKO, S.P. Cytological analysis of the action of high-energy protons. Report No.l., Cellular degeneration and mitatic activity of the . bone marrow in mice subjected to total body irradiation with 660 Mev protons. Radiobiologiia 3 no.2t291-293 163 (MIRA 17-11) :,; 1. Institut gigiyeny truda i professionallnykh zabolevaniy At-IN SSSR, Moskva. YARMOPIENKO, S.P.; SaTAKOVA,__N.L. Cytological analysis of the action of high-anergjr protons. Report No.2, Effect of S, B-aminosthyaisothiuroriium on the de'strniction, mitosis and chromosome aberrations of the bone marrow of mice subjected to total J-rradiation by 660 Mev protons. Radiobiologiia 3 no.3.4153.-.455 163. (MIRA 1732) 1. Institut gigiyeny truda i uroiessi:~n&IInylh zabolevaniy, Moskva. A-4&'2722 ~FOR: Yarmonerko, S. P.; Kurlyand.-,%ayn, E. B.; Avrunina, G. A.; Gaydova, Ye.S.; Govorun, R. D.; Orlyanskaya, R. L.: Paly*ga, G. F.; Ponomareva, V. L.; Fedorova, V. I.; T:=-: Reactions to radiation an chemical protection of animals subjected to t.- he effects of high-encrey protorj 5 OU RC Z -. Xozfcren~siya po aviatsioanoy i kozmicheskoy meditsino, 1963. Aviat3ionnaya i kosmichcokaya neditsina (Aviation and space medicine); materialy' konferent6ii. moccow, 1963, 510-514 TO?-IC TAGS:. corpuscular radiation, high energy proton, synchrocyclotron, gamma ray, radiation effect, radioprotective agent, RBE AMSTRAC"i: ExperimontG wore performed to determine the immediate and the delayed effecta of hiE:h-energy protons and their RBF on anima '1 organit;mG. High-energy protons of 660 Mev were generated on a syncrocyclotrqn. Comparative tests using gamma rays from a co6o source wore used in establishing the RBS. Nonpure strain mice and rats wore used, in addition to mice of the BALB and C-57B1 strains. Card ACCESSION NR: AT4042722 All materials were subjected to statistical analysis. In comparative experiments performed on rats subjected to a dos; of 500 rad, the degree of injury to hemo- po,.et--'c organs by protons was con3iderably less than injury caused by gamma The depression of he.-.opaiesis in the bone marrow and the spleens of animals irradiated by protons was less profound and less prolonged, and rerencra- tive processes began earlier than in injuries produced by produced by gamma rays. T'Inis difference of effect was particularly clear in the dynamics of the peripheral blood. After exposure to Cazma irradiation, a profound and prolonred anermLa developed, accompanied by a loss of 1~4% of the erythrocytes and 51% of the hemo- globin. An equivalent dose o" protons caused only insignificant lowering of those indices. Similar effects war; observed in the white blood corpuscles, particularly in respect to neutrophiller. The results obtained confirm that the condition of peripheral blood does not reflect the true depth of radiation damage to hemopoiesis. I.-, exneri=ents with white mice, a study war. made of early destructive changes the brain marrow, the dynamics or mitotic activity, and the kinetics or calls V"Ith chromosomal injurier. Exposure to protons induced typical radiation do- goneration of cells or the bone marrow, a slowina dowa of mitotic activity, and inZ.urics to the chrozosozes. A strong linear rolatiouship of injury-to-dose was Cord 2/5 ACCESS:GN AT4042722 obscrvod in all three indices with,ir. the 2,~O-IOCO.rad range. Exposure to J ecu.valen'. dozes of zarrma produced rare pronounced changes, indicating that t,.-.c "'57- of Pro"Ons ;.G equ'_Valent to 0-5--0.7. Preliminary administration of radio- protect;ve aFents (S, _.-jrinoc thyli rot' Uoronium) , 1-2A (mercoptoethylaminc), and 5-vOT(5-r.-.ct~,ox-itryptar,-'-.-,e) -- inini shed the nunber of degeneratinr and aber- rant cells in the bone marrort .:n T.-oportion to the effect of the indicated drugs a.-. survival. The most effective appeared to be a combination of MEA and 5-MOT, whose une assured the survival of 50% of the mice when irradiated by doses of 1900 rad. if irradiation i3 fractionated, the protective effect of the drugs in re- duccd rharply, or it disap?cars alto,, In experiments on role mica of tho BALB strain subjected to doses of 500 and 700 rad, reversible chanCra were obeerv- ad in the weight of testicles. The change of weiGht and its subsequent recovery was due to the death and the subsequent regeneration of germ calls. Protons have a typical sterilizing affect on the genitalia, but thoir RBE, in comparison with ganm-a rays, lies between 0.6 and 0.7. -,he use of antiradiation drugs did not prevent the sterilizing action of protons, but it caused a somewhat smaller loss of weight of the testicles and produced a shorter period of sterility. White A. 4 V male mice which had been protected by AM, HEA, 5-MOT, and cy6tamine from the effects of proton doses of 1300--1600 red recovered their generative functions Cord 315 V. AC=SIC:; :;R: AT4042722 al,-,.ost completely four to seven months after irradiation. The development of the first generation of 290 nice obtained by crossing the protected and irradiated* maler -a-ith intact ferales tooX place without visible somatic injuries. The relative elfectivenars of protons and gamrvx rays in cauzing somatic mutations 1W.115 studied on livers of white rags who were subjected to doses of 150 rad. Re- 3encration of the liver was induced by removing the large left and the front r.ght lobar, of the liver. The operation war, performed 24 hours after irradiation. -~a anr. 1.1 i-.alr. were killed 30 hours after the operation, i. a., during the first wave of the increase of mitotic activity. Control animals h-ad 6.9% of aberrant cells, while after irradiation by protons and gamma rays, the number of aberrant cello war, 20% and 29%, respectively. This indicates that the RBIZ of protons 'In respect to somatic mutations is around 0.7. New data were obtained on the blastomoganic effect of protons. Out of 85 irradiated rats. tumors were found in 39. Twenty- :ive of them had multiple tumors in various locations. In experiments on non- pure otrafn white mice, it was po&31ble to show that antiradiation drugs, while increasini; :7..tio resistance of the animals, do not prevent subsequent develop. ment of now grow:h. Out of 63 irradiated mice who died at various periods after exposure. to protons in donee from 1300 to 1500 rad (after having previously receive" antiradiation protection), fourteen had leucoain and four had sarcoma. Ca,d 4/5 - " I ~.": e - )~'-B Di ACC NR, Al.'6036635 SOURCE CODE: AUTHOR: Slimakova, N. L.; Yarmioncriko, S. 11. 0AG: none Uit/0000/66/000/000/0387/0388 TITL-1*: 1"echanism of injury nnJr shleldlLril_-of the bone marrow --A" animals against f- proton rind >1 ray lrriidititionLL~w~.~~-r-:-.cntcd at Clio-ConfAiZ~~ncp__qn__PlxLblgjas--Q-f- Sr)nce Vedicine held In Moscow from 24-27 ]~%y 1906 SOURCE': Vonferentsiyn po problemam kosmicliesRoy meditsiny, 1966. Problemy kosnicheskoy meditsiny. (Problems of space medicine); materialy konforentaii, I c~3scow, 1966, 387-388 T 102IC TAGS: ionizing radiation biologic effect, proton radiation biologic effect, relative biologic efficiency, hematopoiesis, radiation tissue effect, bone marrow ABS TIRAC T: Experiinental data were obtaiAed on the Idnetics of radiation injury to !bone marrow in inice. Animals were irradiated with x-rays and high- :energy protons in doses of 250-700 rem. Interstage death of cells, chromosome aberrations and delayed cell division were evaluated as factors: I con&ibuting to radiation injury. Quantitative cytological analysis showed Lthat bone marrow destruction in the first few days after irradiation was Card 1/3 L 088315-67 ACC NR: A,1003008-) !largely due to delayed cell division, combined with a normal rate of iejection of formed blood elements into the sanguiferous lumen, In the range ~of lethal and sublethal doses used, bone marrow destruction occurred ex- 1ponentially, regardless of dependence on dose value of protective agents. It was found that intcr.9tage death and chromosome injuries do not !essentially alter the bone-marrow destruction rate, but they do determine the outcome of radiation injury, since they characterize the cellular lbalance of hemogenic organs and the degree of leukopenia in the period 13-4 days after irradiation. Neutrophil leukocytosis observed immediately !after irradiation was caused by the necessity of removaf of cenular.detritus (formed in large amounts by the mass interstage death of cells) RadioProtectors work by weakening all types of radiation injury to cellB. They have a lesser or negligible effect on the kinetics of initial bone- marrow destruction. The protective effect is manifested by the beginning of regeneration, which is facilitated for protected animals because of the existence of a stock of undamaged ben-iogenic cells. The number of thesla undamaged cells with all radiation doses exceeds the number in unprotected control animals by 400/6. This is caused by the difference in recovery-.rate. C.,d 2/3 A'N~ D 3 66 ~ 15 for mitotic nctiviLy and hy the difference in quality of mitoser,. On the basis ol experimental data, methods of search for new radioprotcctore and niethods of early therapy for acute radiation siclmcss were discussed. CI. A. No. 22; ATD Report: 66-116,7 SUB CODSc 06 SUBH DATE: OOMay66 Corel 3/3 . ;0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 : cow- 0 * 4 0 * 0 0 0 a see- 4 I A 9 so I I u u w u AA ar is IT a IS Z3 26 v a 20 a? it u 0 it is 111 1? a x a 41 a 41 " fn z 0 A A L 11 V. of 1 9 a 2. -_ 6 A -;;D 1.0 C*09-1 IV) ..90 the determinAtion Of -00 I=vement a the trackthad for 0 9 P. ~JUBAL11%4. AJ If iti ntilk. N. 1-0* , , u. S. S. R.) 1939, NO. ';;;f f-W cu~An anal O11,11,11ill plain. art- ofilainvil at I'll 1-7 which ,0, 1. re,o,h~l liv the addii. )I C1110"ll -lilt flictilvi real air indicator which cluliceq filitil Vvilow to fill ;it I'll I U., Oak cc. .4 .161d Work at d.h.4 If, ce of oulk A he, ... tI. 11,1_1 '1*., "A-10 at 411-111i Ok,~~ main. of CII,C(X)II ontil the volor clumale,s to 9,A A en lilt 4.7 it rvacht,4. The rentirt i~ filit-rc,i off ftona f ar fWlof`1I "teill. And it luvilt-A Lir 1 2 train Onlil the thC goo Abituini,appul. l fit WA1111 WAI.-I. I'llflo"I log~-lhvl waith Ill, a.11% a Alliall ount . v lillf,r pa;act &%fail Vatted. al"Imfills I,, the Kid.1,4111 all, th.-I l*hk4 lilt-lbuil givel a III&J. plitil. V%IIIl g%%%l lc~ultc Hetalk W, IIIALLURGICAL L1714.1a"I CLASSIFICAT104 -11 ~., Cat faillU4.1' To u vi AT PC AS iv To 0 11 to Moe diffiorlar Ktan l(car "0 n a 1, 1 A 0 0 00 0 we a a e 0 0 0 & 0 0 0 0 0 0 a V;q q 0 00 0010 0 a a 0 0 0 0 jp 0 1 0090000000!o0o * 1 000 zoo gee ,Gros 00 goo CIA J- If, ow 0 9 1 - 1 AS a -I - ,00 00000600000009: 0 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 OA SE34AKOVA, NIP. Accelerating the maturation of wine by treatment with ozone and ultraviolet rays Ein Rassian with Bnglish summary]. no.1.47-59 147. (MI-RA 7:10) 1. Vaesoyuznyy nauchno-iseledovatellakiy institut konservnoy promyshlennosti. (Wine and wine making) ACCESSION NR., AP3001073 S/0205/63/003/()03/0453/0455 AM%M,, yarmnem1top So p., M=akovap N*, Lo TIM: Wtological anayijig of the effect of hIgheneriMr protons; Part 2% Effect of B.Beta-aminoet1w1laothiuroulum (ALV) on cell destruction$ Mit013109 and chrmo4ome aberrations in the bone mu*rN of mice subjected to total-body irradiation by 660mMev protoza SOURCE: Radidblologlyas Vo 3. M0- 3. 1963# 453-453 TOPIC TAGS: high-enerMr gmtonsp 66041mv protows radi(ayrotective agentsjo S.Beta-am' athyllsothluronium,, Mg raftogenic cellular degenerationq xvAlogenic mitotic activitar increasq$ ra410Vx1c cbrOmmme daMmM Awmcr: cmbined efrecta. of 66o-yev protmis and Pm (sjBeta igothluroni=) m bone-namov cells of mUte nice were 1mrastiMted, at the M"yedinermly Institut yadezz&idi leeledovanW (zoint Ustitute of Nuclear Resmrch) by peracanel of the Institut giWyerv trudtL I proftebolevanVI (institute of ma&wtriai Wgiene and occupational Dimms). Admdatstratlon Card 1/2 ACCBWX0H MI: AP3001073 to male'nice weigbing 20 to 23 a of 3 ng of AM brcmideskWdrobromide t* 10 min before totalwboAY irradiation with 1000 zed remilted In a aimificaut decrease In the frequency of raidioGezic celluUw degmumtion Ju,bQnecznvv cellos an Increase In mitotic activiVs and a decrame In the nmd)er of cells showing radioa(mic chreaosome damage as compared to irradiated controls vtdch cud n0t receive AST9 The beneficial effecto.0 AM on the Processes Of cell division in the bone marrow indicate that AST Is an effective radloprotective agent capable of increasIng sumlval rates following irrudlatlon b3r high. energy protmi. Orig. art- bas'- 3 tobles, AS=IATION: InstAtut glglywW trift i profzabolevudy, Moscow (Institute Of MAustrial Pygiene and OccMstlonal DIamm) sumnTED: o6jun62 DME AM: 01jt7163 EUM: 00 SOCIIEVAIIOV, V.G.~ VOLKOVA, G.A.,, VOLKOVA, L.P., RARTTIIOVA, L.T.; PAKHCHOVA, K,S~: POPOVA, T.P., RCZBIAIISKAYA, A.A.; ROZOVSKAYA, G.V.;,4tRMW N.V.; ANISIMKIN, I.F.,redaktor izdatellstva; POPOV, IT.D..tekhnich8skiy redaktor [Methods of chemical analySiB of mineral ores; polarography] Metody khimicheskogo analiza mineral'nogo syrlia; poliarografiia. Moskva, Gos. nauchno-tekhn, izd-vo lit-ry po geol. i okhrane nedr. No. 2. 1956. 99 p. (MLRA 10:4) 1. Moscow. Vsesoyuznyy ilauchno-iseledovatellskiy institut minerallnogo syrIya. (Polarography) --'/~ j~ri-II ~ .- ! .V r i SOCHEVANOV, V.G.; SRMKOVA, N.V.; VOLKOVA, G.A. Conditions for precipitation of uranyl, ferracyanide in aqueous solutions. Zhur.neorg.khim. 2 no.9:2049-2057 S '57. (MIRA 10:12) (Precipitation Chemistry)) (Uranyl ferrocyanide) SOCHIWAHOV, V.G.; VOLKOVA, G.A.; LYUI)IMOVA, I.N.; MARTYNOVA, L.T.; ,IRIMA OVA, N.V.; FANOVA, A.I., red.izd-va; PENIKOVA, S.A., EMethoda of polarographic analysis of raw minerals; results of a seminar conducted in 1956, in Sverdlovsk] Metody polisrografi- chaskogo analiza mineraltnogo syrlia; itogi seminara, provedennogo v 1956 g. v Sverdlovske. Moskva, Gos.nauchno-tekhn.izd-vo lit-ry po geol. i okhrane nedr, 196o. 161 p. (MIRA 13:12) 1. Russia (1923- U.S.S.R.) Hinisteretvo geologii i okhrany nedr. 2. VBeBOYUZnYY institut mineralinOgO Byr1ya (for Sochavenov, Volkova. Martynova, Shmakove). (Mines and mineral resources) (Polarogra-phy) SOCREWLNOV, V.G.; SHMAKOVA, N.V.; MARTMYA, L.T.; VOLKOVA, G.A. Analytical characteristics of the 318-10-p anionite. Zav. lab. no.4:422-425 16o. (KMA 13:6) (Metals--Analysia) (Ion exchange) 5.5210 '77753 SOV/75-15-1-15/29 ,AUTHORS: Sochevanov, V. G., Simiakova,' 111. V., Vollrova, G. A. TITLE: 'Vae EL"fect of Some loni3 on the Precipitation of Uranyl Farrocyanide From Aqueous Solutions PERIODICAL: Zhurnal analitichesicoy Ichimil, 1a,60, Vol 15, Nr 1., PP 77-83 (USSR) ABSTRACT: Tae' effect of some ions on the compooltlon of the precipitate formed by the reaction of uranyl ion with ferrocyanide was stLid,ed, using amperometric titration. Titration was condi,cted in I M potassium nitrate solution at pH 3.0 -5.0 and 40 -600. According to the effect on Liranyl Cerrocyanide precipitation, the investigated elements form the following groups. Ionj w1ilch do not effect the composition of uranyl -F + -2+ 3+ 3+ 3,+ I ei'~rocuanlde: lilt, Na , mri Al -, C r ,Ce j 4 1~ I - - - v0 MO and C1 ; Ions which chan--re t~ie composition 3 j Card 1/6 Q S o V/T'-~~ 1 a t- ; T i r an I y "I- tn fc.q ... oo -.r~irilde. (a Tal!,,en constimT)t" Ion of -41:, rat-'1o; (C) cor"loosi tion -d1nij- to T-t--e _ i". r~ Nt it It 1.1 o. I I. l It, 15: 1 wi I -l ' 1 1: 5 i d 2t! E e((: N),j 0. 19 ',o -171 C, t D Cavil j a r-c! Ce c co ns ~ r i umu oln; d) (e dl ( r i cj r 1 c. 'C' j + C: r 0 1 0 S, r 0 , till t O l : 0,01 off I if I 101 f: 1 1 t fAl The Effect of Some Ions on the Precip1tation 77753 of' Uranyl Fervocyarilde Prom Aqueous Solutlons sov/75-15-1-15/29 Table 4. Amperometric deGei-mination of' uran--'w-, in the presence oC vanad:O,,~:- (a) Take VO 3 (millimole); ~b~ taken ... (;::,~ ! I ~ , i, ~ ) ; ( c ) ra t i o ... (iri'Lllimole), d conswnptiuic . . . Cca, titration (ml); (e) is not titrat-ed; (f) the same. M (d-) v,r, ((-.N CI-) VO 0 vo ,(0 , 0 1 0 1 0,80 0. 03 (1. 1) 11) S 0,75 0: 02 811 1') 16: 1 0,85 0''.11 0,015 27 1 1,27 A) FO 111 11.15 1 t 25 1, 1 8'5 'o 1 card 6/6 SOCREVANOV, V.G.; SHMAKOVA, N.V.; MARTYNOVA, L.T.; VOLKOVA, G.A. Increased sensitivity of the polarographic determination of uranium in the presence of vanadium and phosphate ions. Zhur. anal.khim.16 no.3:362-363 My-Je 161. (MIRA 14:6) (Uranium--Analysis) (polarography) S I UMIA F 0 VA, P . Y o . :Mastor Mc~d Sci (diss) -- "Experience in the surgical treatment ,,Lr chronLc Ltis by fLllitw, tht-, resi,lual bont- cavities with an unfolded Filitov graft". 'xvosibirsk. 1958. i3 pp ("""ovosibirsk State Med inst), 250 copios (KL, No 3, i959, -139) SINAKOVA, S.T., sornyakovud Unit for the cont,Tol of the quarantined ragweed A=.b-.cs-;-- artemisiaefolia. Zashch. rast. ot vred. i bol. 9 no.2:4,8 164. (MIRA 17:6) 1. Rostovskaya gosudarstvennaya karantinnaya inspektsiya. LARIO11OV., A.K.; ALEKSEYEV, V.M.; LIPSON, G.A.; NEMPIMA, G.F., red. izd-va; ~SFMAKDVA,-T-.B,, teklm. red. [soil moisture and present methods of determining it]V:Lazh- nost' gruntov i sovremenrqe metody ee opredeleniia. Moskva, Gosgeoltekhizdat., 1962. 133 P. (MA 15:11) (Soil moisture) Ptepar*Wa of varnish base from dolphin fat. T. S Stimakova ' R)4noe Kk,)I. 37, No. 7. M-60(195177 Ille tx*ty fat Oduiplilts tfcated %ith team at 2W (vkilh rrljo~al of volatile sulnuncrs. largely lower fatty still, unl~ilrjjjid increaseol vLicusity ii noted givt~ ljy wrt.of 1'~ T-lymcric prMI-9. which dissolv" in turpentine. affivi le!(yratc. A tuyl acetate, and CI (Cis. The sofu. ,0 Obtainetf. :;:IX4Nl with onimit drier. when cartled on metal ,fir"s and i"1 (I. 1m%. gives a xtyxi hish-quality film with vilisfactary Tackine4sisatnent. 6HMAKQVA,.V.I.; YUZMKOVA, U.N.; HEZ11ICUNKO, V.G.; GLEBOY, I.T.; VOLKOV, A.S.; URZLYA, N.Ye.; BEUTIMEV, ?.A.; RYSI , G. I.; VORONINA, M.N.; GVOZDINTS- KIY, J_U_; YLRAKS111A, M.P.; MASTERSKIKH, M.A.; GOINCHAROVA, V.A.; BICHEVINA, A.H.; SOROKIN. M.A., red.; GRIN', Ye., [Economy of Altai Territory during the past 40 years; a statistical manual] 14arodnoe khoziaistvo Altaiskogo kraia ze 40 let. Sovetskoi vlasti; statisticheskil sbornik. Barnaul, Altaiskoe knizhnoe izd-vo. 1957. 110 P. (MIRA 11:3) 1. Altay9kiy kray. Statist icheskoye upravleniye. 2. Statistiche- skoye upravleniya Altayskogo kraya (for all except Sorokin, Grin') 1. 3. Nachallaik Statisticheskogo upravleniya Altayskogo krays (for Sorokin) (Altai territory--Statistics) kr L 51475-65 EWP(m)/EFF (c)IEPF(n)-21EPRIEW.(-l)IFCS(k)AM(6)11-,-;~IA(l) Pd-3-/Pr-4/ AM5012942 B OM EXPLoTrAT ICK S/ Kutateladze ed Hea"~ Ind mass transf r qne. fri-etion,in'a turU%I~ent-J~r7-1& yer-(Teplcm&ssoobmsn i trenl7a v turbulefitnom. pogranichnom sloye) Wovosibirsk~ Redizdat-Sib, otd%-: AN SSSRO 1964., 206 pI illus., biblio.- Errata slip inserted,: A000 copies printed. (At head of title: Akadm nauk SSSH. - Sibirskoye--W-oln Institut teplofiziki) Editor: L. 1. Shpikovskayg; Technical editor: T S~hT~,k_awa,--Froofreader-. L. 1. Korshunova TOPM TACZ.-. boundary layer flow, detachadflow, friction, heat transfer, i-ne OM- pressible fluid, mass transfer, nonisothermal flow, radiation effect, turbulent boundary layer PURPOSE AND COVERAGE-. This book Is a contiiiuatio'n of the'monograph,by S. S. Ki-~; tatelzdze and A* L Leontl blished in 1962j-in vhIch-certain properties Of yevp pu the limiting laws of friction and heat transfer in tho-turbulent, boundary layer. - on a volId were formulated and specific sipplicationaof these lawis were analyzed, The btaic z3axtion of the book was- mrxitten--~by.-Kuitateladze~ and A. Ii - teont fM Card 113 ...... - ------- VAREENTSOV, M,I.-, DITMkR, V.I.; LI, A.B.; SHMAKOVA Ye T. Age of rock salt In the diapir struotures of the Chu-Sarysu Depression. Dokl-. AN SSSR 159 no.2-.327-329 N 164. (MIRA 17-12) 1. In5titUt geOlOgI.4. i razrabotki goryuchlkh iskopayemykh. 2. Chlen-korrespondent AN SSSR (for Varentsov). ~ I %,W 'I . . , -i - I -I I -I" - AL'TSHULMI, SHMATC~,,~, Ts,.K.. kandidat skonomichas"Ith nauk. . 11-INOMW Effentiveness of underrround con! gAsification in the Moscow Basin. Podxem..-,a%.ugl. nc.?:Ir,5-110 '57. (MIR-A 10: 7) 1. Veeaoyu2nyy naue~hno-iasledovatellskiy institut Podzemgat. (Mosccv BFisin-Coal gasification, Underground) SHAMOVA, Ye.K., kand.ekon.nauk. e "nblc efficiency of using oxygen in underground gasification of coal. Podzem.gaz.ugl. no,4:67-69 157. (MMA 3.1-1) l.Vaesoyuzny7 nauchno-isoledovateltaldy, institut Podzemgaz. (Coal gasification, Underground) SHMKOvA, Ye.K., kand. ekon. nauk Economic efficiency of underground lignite gasification using a flOWBheet with thermal treatment of the coal seam. Podzem. gaz. ugl. no.4:70-71 358. (MIRA 11:12) l.Vsesoyuzn.vy nauchno-isaledovatel'Bkiy institut Padzergaz. (Coal gasification, Underground-Costs) SHIGSOVA, Yo.K., kand.skon nauk-, 141YJUYWVA, G.N. lte-evaluating the fixed capital of "Podzenga7n plants. PodZem. Pazz.ugl. no.2:65-66 159. (MM 12:9) 1. Vat-soy-uzny-y nauchno-Issledovatel'skiy i iroyaktuyy institut podzomnoy gazifikatsii ugley. (Coal gasification, Underground-Equipnent and supplies) (Industrial buildings) SHMMOVA, Ye.K., kand.ekon.nauk Basic problems of work organization. in the "PodzemgazO Plant in Lisichansk. Nauch. trudy VNII Podzemgaza no.6:115-124 162. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Sektor tekhniko-ekonomicheskiy Vsesoyuznogo nauchno-issledovatellskogo institute. podzemiloy gazifikatsil ugley. (Donets Basin-Coal gasification, Underground) AUTHOR: Shmakova, Z. A. SOV/139-58-6-28/29 TITLE: Investigation of the Infrared Absorption Spectra of Three Nitroaniline Isomers (Issledovaniye infrakrasnykh spektrov pogloshcheniya trekh izomerov nitroanilina v rastvorakh) PERIODICAL: Izvestiya Vysshikh Uchebnykh Lavedeniy, Fizika. 1958, Nr 6, pp 171-172 (USSR) ABSTRACT: The paper reports measurements of the infrared absorption spectra of three nitroaniline isomers, of aniline and nitrobenzene in the region 2.5-10 4. These substances were studied as solutions in dioxane and C014 in order to elucidate the nature of interaction of the atomic groups NH2 and NO 2 wit h each other and vrith the benzene ring. The three nitroaniline isomers were chemically pure and their meltiEg points were 71.0 (ortho), 113.6 (meta) and 146.5 0 (pa-ra-nitroaniline) The solvents used were a;so Dure and their boiling points were 77.6 (CC14) and 101 C (dioxane). The absorption sDectra were recorded by means of an infrared spectro- meter IKS-11. The solution concentrations were from Card 113 0.003 to 1.5 mole/fitre and the thickness of the absorbing SOV/1,39-58--6--28/29 Investigation of the Infrared AbsorDtion Spectra of Three Nitroaniline Isomers layer was from 0.5 to 0.01 mm. The results are given in Tables 1 and 2. The author compares her own and published data (Refs 1,25) and draws the following conclusions; 1. Association between nitroaniline molecules occurs at room temperature. This is indicated by splitting of the 3.09 ~i band which is due to deformational vibrations of the NH group into two components at 3.14 and 3.24 ~i. 2. Ghange3 in the' frequencies-of the fundamental vibrations of the NO group suggest. (a) existence of intramolecular hydrojen bond in o-nitroaniline dissolved in CCl . and (b)-association between nitroaniline molec~ies of the three isomers in M. solutions, The last conclusion -is supported also by splitting of the absorption band in the region of 7 p due to the symmetrical vibrations of the N02 grOUD. 3. Splitting of the 7.35 4 band, due to symmetrical vibrations of the N02 group, was observed in solutions Card 2/3 of p-nitroaniline in dioxane. This splitting is SOV/139-58-6-28/29 investigation of the infrared Absorption Spectra of Three Nitroaniline Isomers probably due to association of p-nitroaniline molecules. This conclusion agrees with Bobovich's data (Ref 4). 4. Displacement of the 6.55 ~i band towards longer wavelengths observed in solutions of o- and p-nitroaniline in dioxane is ascribed to the existence of the conjugation effect in these isomers. Acknowledgments are made to V. I. Danilova who directed this work and N-A.Prilezhayeva for her advice. There are 2 tables and 4 references, 1 of which is Soviet and three English. (Note: This is an abridged translation) ASSOCIATION: Sibirskiy fiziko-'Uekhnicheskiy institut pri Tomskom gosuniversitete imen-L V. V. Kuybysheva (Siberian Physico- Technical Institute at Tomsk State University imeni V. V. Kuybyshev) SUBMITTED: July 19, 1958 Card 3/3 SHMAKOVA, Z.A. Investigation of infrared absorption spectra of nitroaniline isomers in solutions. Izvevysoucheb.zavo; fiz. no.6:171-172 159. (MIRA 12:4) 1. Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy inatitut pri Tomskom gosuniversite- te im. V.V. Kuybysheva. (Aniline--Spectra) S/058/61/000/007/019/086 A001/A101 AUTHORS: Danilova, V.I., Shmakova, Z.A. TITLE: On the nature of intra- and intermolecular interactions of N02. ITH2.1 and OH-groups in aromatic compounds PERIODICALs Referativnyy zhurnal. Fizika, no- 7, 1961, 135, abstract 7V266 ("Dokl. Mezhvuz. nauchn. konferentsii po spektroskopii i spektr. analizu", Tomsk, Tomskiy un-t, 1960, 90 - 9r) TEXT: Electronic and vibration absorption spectra of solutions of several substituted of benzene containing groups N02, NH2 and OH are compared with Raman spectra of these compounds. It is shown that in view of specific features of the mentioned substituting groups, possessing both donor and acceptor properties, in the investigated molecules and solutions take place very complicated proces- ses of intra- and intermolecular interactions, among which should be singled out the effects of conjugation, hydr6geh bonds and associations. Characteristic spectroscopic marks are-established indicating the.presence, in every particular case, of one or another type of intra- and intermolecular interactions. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] N. Bakhshiyev Card 1/1 DANEMA, V.I.; SHMAKOVA, Z.A, Investigation of interaction processes between N02, OH, and NH2 groups in aromatic compoun-lis by the use of infrared absorption spectra. Izv.vys.ucheb.zav,;fiz. 2t91-97 162. (MIRA 15-7) 1. Sibirskiy fiziko-tekhnicheskiy Institut pri Tomskom gosudarstvennom universitete imeni Kuybysheva. (Aromatic compounds) (Absorption spectra) 0, 4W 1 1 0 ~ 0 0 -6 C61 : , 11 1) 14 it is tv t 11 11 M P a A 4. 41 V 0 00 I 4 SH All) L -00 - *0 ROfrCW-Tj"QWatriC njodification of the blood serum of ' - d~qa during experimental alcoholitation. V. D. MIMI .Slid. txpu. (Ukraine) 1936, No. 411, 101-8-Expt%. were 00 performed an 3 mile ard 2 female doV, Front Oi to W 0 4L4 g. of abs. ale. per kg. budy wt. were adininisicre.4 pet 0, 1 0 (in promr ditns.) ~.1-3 times per week. Blood was taken -00 1.6-2 hrs., 4-5 hrs. and 24 In %. after the alt. adininistra- -00 001 lion. There was an imm~!ztiate increx~k- in the serunt re- fractinn eneff. (PiD, by Abbe's relractouicter), thevixo%ity -00 cocff. (q, detd. by a vi%cumeter according to If"s), the a 0 relative serum globulin contelat, and in the relative fluid 000 vol. of the blood. Thc,ve returned to nonnal after 24 hr~. During prolonged alcoholization there was a gradual pro- ~ 0 00 rhr control dogs trectiving essiveincreaseinnDantiv. the same quantities of water instead of a1c.) showed nt) 0 0 00 regular variations in the above factors. S. therefore dis- 2 0 0 agrees with Furth's view that small doseq of ale. are timu. : 90 S. A. Corson 00 goes ts S A 4 1 61 TAtL,LPGKAC LITEWI,ge ~LAJSIFICAr(()~ I Z -4 --jr V AO I I f " " It-t-64C gang rr ff ft if X 0 1 X, 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 6 0 0;4 111 0 0 I SIVULI, D.D. , New method of differentiation of boiled water from fresh water. Gig. sanit., Moskva no. 1:46 Jan 1953. (CLML 24:2) 1. Of Kiev Line Sanitary-Epidemiological Station of Dneprovsk Water Public Health DeDartment. SEMALI, D.D. Caisson bathometer. Gig. i san. no.9:48-49 S '54. (MIRA 7:10) LIz Kiy6vsko7 linsynoy sanitarno-epidemiologicheakoy stantaii Dneprovskogo vodedravotdola. (APPARATUS AIM INSTRUMENTS, caisson bathometar) SHMALI. D.D. % - - - New caisson type bathometer. Voen.-med. zhur. no.9:68-69 S 155. (RATHOMER) (MLRA 9:9) SIRAAL'I_D. D.. "A New-Type Batometer: Caisson Batometer," Voyenno-Med. Zhur. p. 68, No. 9, 1955. SHILIL-1 D.D. --Ct4lniwnr'hcalth requirements for workern in public eating ostabliBhmonts and the food trade] Sanitarnyi minimum dlis rabotnil;ov obshchestvennogo pitaniia i torgovli pishchevymi produktami; v voprosakh i otvetakh. lzd. 3--'e. ispr. i dop. Kiev, dos. med.izd-vo USSR, 1957. 105 P. (MIRA 11:4) FOOD, INDUSTRY-HYGIENIC ASPECTS) K~~MZHXYYY, D.K., prof.,; GORODBTSKIY, A.S.,, red.; IZD,&BaIY, A,M.,, red.; KVITITITSKAYA, N.N., kand. med.nauk, rad",.! KRYZILANOVSKAIA, V.V.,, red.; MARTI- =, V.Z., prof., red.; PETROV, Tu.L.,, red.; POZNAIISKIY, S.S., kand.mad.nauk, red.; STOVBUN. A.T., nauk, red.; SHMALI, D.D.,, red.; POTOTSKATA, L.A., tekhred. a , - [Hygienic study and improvement of theonvironmentl Gigieniche- skoe izuchenie i ozdorovlenie vneshnei sredy. Kiev, USSR, 1959. 331 P. (MMA' 13.-4) 1. Ukrainskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy inBtitut komminallnoy gi- giyany. 2. Predsedatel' Problemnoy komisaii Mininterstva zdravo- okhranentya U= (for Kalyuzhnyy). (PUBLIC HEALTH) - SM4AL I .Dmitriy-Dioninoy-Leh, dotsent; GORDIN, B.L., red.; LOKHKATYY, Ye.G., tekhred. [Minimum sanitary requirements for workers in public feeding and the food trade; questions and answers] Saniternyi minimum dlia rabotnikov obshchestvannogo pitaniia i torgovli pishchevymi pro- duktami; v voproaakh i otvetakh. Izd-5. Kiev, USSR, 1960. 105 p. (MIRA 13;12) (FOOD HANIFANG) SINDADVICH, I. [S~rmonovych, Ij. inzh.; SHM&L', D., dots.; IARIONOT, T. arkh. They said that in earnest, but it vas 100 years ago& Znanq ta pratsia no-3:16-17 Mr 160. (KM 13:6) (Cables, Submarine) (Flieu as carriers of diseases) VOLIMN, Z.G., prof.; KUSILIKOV61KIY, L.11., prof.; ~ARAMIIK, P.I., prof.; HIMALYUK, I.A., dotsont; SLINAL', D.D., do~eent "Hygiene textbook" (Ist and 2nd editions] by V.A.PokrovBkii. Reviewed by Z.G.*Vollfso4 and others. Gig. i san. 26 no.11: 102-106 11 161. 1 (MIRA 14: 11) (HYGME) (POKROVSKII, V.A.) SHMAL'... D.D. Content of light aeroions at small variations in altitude, Gig. i san. 26 no.6;104 Je 161. (FJRA 15:5) 1. Iz kafedry obshchey gigiyeny Kiyevskogo meditsinskogo instituta. (AIR, IONIZED) D'ItATUS V.D.,' dots., red.; BARCMIKO, I.P., prof., zam. red.; VF.PZHIKOV---FMYA, 11~7., red.; MOIM-ASFEVSKIZ, L.V., Prof., redl.- ThlKITMAZYMI, G.Kh., prof., red.; BARXETIR, .I , dots., red.; FOR';'dlS-.IY, P . prof., red,;-312 S.S., dots., red.; KALYUZIRZYY, D.11i., red.; ChUCj-lJFAK, V.D., ~ekhn. red. u fll~,gi-nic no---ras rd the sanituation of the external emiron- mentlGigieniclia--kie noi-mativy i ozdorovionie vneshnei sr y- ed. . sbornal miuchnykh rabot. Kiev, Gosmedizdat USSH, 1961. 268 p. (MIRA 15:11) 1. Kiev,, Medl~clur~i instytut. 2. Deystvitellriyy chlen Akadenii T--editsim.kikli nauk- SSSR (for Gromshevs-kiy). 3. Chlen- korrespordent Akade7di maditsinskikh nauk SSSR (for Shalchbazyan). 4. Direktor 1~~,revskogo rreditsinskogo instituta (for Dratus'). Kafedra gigiyerW. pitaniya Kiyevskogo -meditsinskogo histituta r Lr.. A.A.Bogomolftsa (for Barchenk-o). 6. Yafedra obshchey -i- yarW i Kiyevskogo medittsinskogo inf3tituta Kiyevskogo mcditsLlnsko~o in- stituta im. A.A.r-'ogo:,-r)l'tsa (for Verzhi-kovskaya, Shmall). (PUBLIC HEALTH) BARANNIK, P.I., red.; BARCHENKO, I.P., red.; GABOVICH, R.D., red.; KAGAN, S.S., red.; KALYUZHNYY, D.N., red.; KRI'JOGLAZ, B.A., red.; POZNANSKIY, S.S., red.; SUPONITSKIY, M.Ya., red.; TRAKHTENBERG., I.M... red.; SHAKHBAZYAN, G.Kh., red.; Im" red.; OSETR)V, V.I., red.; CHUCHUPAK, V.D., Ov (Problems of general and specialized hygiene] Voprosy obshobei i chastnoi gigieny. Kiev, Gosmedizdat USSR, 1963. 308 p. (MIRA 16:10) 1. Ukraine. Ministerstvo zdravookhraneniia. (PUBLIC HEALTH) SWAL11 Dmitriy Dionisovich, dots.; BARCHENKO, I,P.p red. [Sanitary minimum for the workers of public eating places and the food product trade; in questions and answers] Sa- nitarnyi minimum dlia rabotnikov obshchestvennogo pitaniia i torgov]-i pishchevymi produktami; v voprosakh i otvetakh. 6., perer. i dop. izd. Kiev, Zdorovlia, 1965. 108 p. (MIRA 18:4) SHMALI,_~_~Kiyev); KRIVOSHEM s. (Kirovogradskaya obl.); RAPCHINSKIY, A. (Dnepropetrovskaya obl.~; SIMDROT, Z.; VOLITIMM, V. (g.Kalyazin, Kalininsk9y obl.); KOLC&NOV, I., yurist Replies to our readers. Sov.profsoiuzy 17 no.11:41 Je. 161. (MM 14:5) 1. Konsul'tant yuridicheskogo sektora Ukrainskogo repulikanskogo soveta profsoyuzov (for Pimorot). I (Wage payment systems) (Vacationg, Employee) VASHCHENKOP V.S., UDOVENKO, I.P.~ SHK~L!Y, I.P. -'- ~l interchanigeable SVP-3M section in collapsible 6upporta. Met. i gornorud. prom. no.302-74 Mf-Je t64. MRA 17410) SHMALIGAUZEN, I.A., akademik. Morphology of the sound-transmitting apparatus [with Znglish summary in insert]. Zool.zhur.35 J1 156. of the Caudata no-7:1023-1042 (MIBA 9:9) 1.Zoologicheskiy institut Akademii nauk SSSR. (Urodela) (Zar) ~% E D SHM A' L ' G A " Z E M , lvvjvc~ DECEAS' 'w ~i- - ell ., *3 I ~- y IS-64-- 4 11,TELI,ovich, T'IlKiTINA, G.G., red. S~-,.ALIGA1=11, Ivai- [C.UJI0111 Gf, v,~riz~brntesi ProiskhozY-denie 'nL- Nauk -196 . 270 p. zerr.r.),kh a, 02, , (MIRA 17.9) s!:'!.IT,tl;A'lT'!l, P. r. ol T!~!-.t. E,,-oiutlonnrl lVo"jjjojo~-Ir i!n. k. Sol., -19`29-47-. Mbr., Porzovo-,re Re,;f,,rve, AkriolillSk Oblast, i,a78kh. S"IR, -1-944-. Ilaole 0~, ~I-hn Olfactorv Sac In the Development of the Car-Jla-e Capsjle of ~,Ihe Olfactory It 'To . 4, Orcan in Tirodela, Tlol-. A~T, 231 193'; "I;cvelop~~7-Amt of Enr Vesicles t1he Absence , 1 I , 1940; "On Limits of' Life at C- ;'-dulla Olhlonrra'a -.n AmT)h-JIMans," ibid., 28, INTo. 3 'Termtli.71-p Temme~a'u--es," ilolli. , Z, , ~T IlDepeni-nce of the Formative Reaction - I ~ :,0. 2, 1c!44; I- -- 1,4 S r rr-, -.1-s in E. "2men S w-- of "r 4 t - iri-, s 7:1~1 -;-o ~n 7=4ouq -- elorr-ent St~ xpe Tr!-.T..!..q nta t -1 )n o' Fi-rec; o' T~eatc,,! Tis~-,,-,es," i~ b J- -1 5 !F I q l.- 7. C). !. .! Role of the Olfactory Sac in the Development of the "aittilage Capsule of the 01factorr Organ in Urodelu," Dokl. AI:. Nau? SSSR) 23, lio- 4, P- Y)51-98 (1939) I-alb. of Organo-genesis, Inst. of :,,Iiol Morph im R. if. Severtsov, AS USSR SL,T11.~T,10AU',*~'N, 0,1, "Development of Ear Vesicles in the Absence of Medulla Oblongat,%, in Amphibians," Dokl. Ak. Nauk SSSR, 28, No. 3, p. 277-80, 1940. Institute of Morphology of Animals im A N SWERTSOV, AS USSR SHM.kL I GAU-L~21::, C 0.1. "The Relationship of the Formative ReacticrLs of the D-mbr-yo Triturus vulgaris to the Stage of Development in Experiments on Implantation of Pieces of Fixated rissue," Dokl. Ak. Nauk SSSR, 58, No. 8, p 1841-44, 1947. Lab. of Organoat-neis, Inst. of i,,vol Morph Jtm A. N. SWMTSM, AS USSR 0.1-. "A Comparative Morphologicil Study of the Early Stages of DwelclAaent of the Olefactory Rudiments in Amphibians," DoV1, Ak. Nauk S5Sr~ 74, 1.10. 4, p. 863-6.5, 1950. Olga Ivanova* 1, *SO: Vech Mosk 9 Aug 54 p2 0.1. "Localization and Development of the Rudiments of an Organ of Smell in Connection ~%rith the Question of its Origin in Vertebrates," Dokl. Ak. Nauk SSSR,74, No. 5, p. 1045-48, 1950. ShKALIGAUZI-EIN, O.T. "A New Species of Foraininifera From Iake Ba-lr-ash-Sor (Faazakhstan)". Dokl. Ak.-Nauk S.-":SR, 75, No. 6, p. 869-72, 1950. SMALIGAUZEN, 0. 1. Foraminifera-Balpash-Sor, Lake Foraminifera of the salt water of Lake Balpash-Sor. Trudy Lab. sapr. otl., No. 5, 1951 Monthly List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, December 1952. Unclassified. SPI-U,LIGAU7-'-,'N, 0.1. "Conditions for Formation and Differentiation of Hearing Organs in ~,,mbrional Development", Dokl. Ak. Nauk SSSR, 76, No. 3, p. 469-71, 1951. SHMALIGAT-l-"li, 0.1. "Develow-ent of the Brachial and Roth-ic Apparatus of the Sturgeion', Dokl. Ak. Nauk SSSR, 8o, No. 4, p. 681-84, 1951. SHMALIGAUZ--IM, 0.1. "Th- Ecological and Morphological -Peculiarities of the Grubs of the 'Lopatonosal (Pseudoscaphirhynchus)", Dokl. Ak. Nauk SSSR_, 85, No. 6, P. 1399-1402, 1952. -.-Ili.... I - . Stur-cons De,.-elopment of' gill.,3 und blood vesscl.5 or the organs in the sturgeon (Acipenser stellatus). Dckl. At'! S~SSR 86 Plo. 1, 1952. Month List of Russian Accessions, Library of Congress, December 1952. Unclassified. Z- G /L/ USSR/Medicine Fmbryology Cardl/1 Pub. 22 - 52/52 Authors 3 Shmallgauzen, 0. 1. Title 3 Development or g ill s in larvae of Volga River sturgeon Periodical t Dok. AN SSSR, 100/2, 397-400, Jan 11, 1955 Abstract Morphological data are given on the development of gills of Volga River sturgeon larvae. Five USSR references (1934-1952). Drawing. Institubion Academy of Sciences USSR, The A. N. Severtscv, Institute of Animal Morphology PM,of.;nt,Cd ky Academician E. N. Pavlovskiy, November 5, 1954 USSR/Biology Embryology Card 1/1 Pub. 22 - 54/54 Authors I Shmallgauzeh, 0. 1. Title I Development of bronchial -,essels in Volga sturgeon larvae Periodical I Dok. M SSSR 10013, 05-08, -Tan 21, 1_955 Abstract I Biological data are presented on the development of branchial vessels in Volga sturgeon larvae. Four references: 2 USSR and 2 Germn (1901-1955). Drawings. ,Institution AcadenW of Sciences USSR, The A. N. Severtsov Institute of Animal MorpholoLy Presented by- Academici,-n E. N. Pavlovskiy, November 5, 1954 h F-r. -f4~ O-Z USSR/ 'iolor~ Cara 1/1 PUb ',--'2 -b 0 /6 0 Authors S Title of the branchical apparatus of Volf,~V- stuz"-,~oa lavv,10 ,Periodical t D,)I-. IM, C7 NO/4. FE37-839. Feb 1, 19~5 Abstract I Scit--,ntifi, Juta are riv~,n rej-ardin~-, the ecological -morphological characteristics Goservf--~! In the development of the bronchial apparatus of StLr,~C_4~j 'jr Z -,nce - 95 1 ustr ti n -,~M refeze S (1940 1 5 11 a 1) a. institution I IJIS~~, T'he A. Severtsov Institute of Animal r 0,;o Presented by 5, 19-~!j Y AUTHCR SChMALRAUSENO.I. 2o-1-6o/64 TITLE On the Formation of Deficient Organs of Small in Species of Sturgeons in Their Artificial Breading. (Obrazovante defektnykh obonyatefnykh organov u osetrovykh ryb pri ikh iskustvennom razvedenii - Russian) PERIODICAL Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, 1957, Vol 114, Nr 1, pp 216-219 (U.S.S.R.) A,BSTRACT It has been stated several times in relevant scientific paper s that a num- ber of anomalies can be found in the fry of species of sturgeons at their artificial breading. The paper under review investigates the causes of the- se deficiencies.Fxperiments ware carried out both in a station for the artificial breeding of fish and in a laboratory. The laboratory experiments concentrated in particular on the reactions of the fry to unfavorable aeration conditions. It was discovered that the percentage of specimens with deficient organs of small is small. On the other hand,itwas observed that the fry which had been taken from the same fish-pond and which was develo- ped in Chalikov's apparatus~when brought into the river,i.e. into free cur- rent, showed a relatively larger number of specimens with deficient organs wid this in spite of the higher saturation with oxygen of the water.The causefor this phenomenon was the toxinity of some metal parts of the a~pa_ ratus(charts I and 2). Still other investigations were carried out and led to the conclusion that in specimens which can develop completely freely,i.e. Card 1/2: under natural conditions., anomalies are an exception. (4 charts). SWALOGAUZEN., 0.1. wwwrAWNW-W Morphological investigdtion'of olfactory organs in fishes. Trudy Inst. morf. zhiv. no.40:157-187 162. (,*L4IRA 168:6) (Nose-Anatomy) (Fishes-Pbysiology) SEMALIGAUZEN., 0.1. Disorders in the development of the olfactory organ in sturgeons under certain conditions of cultivation. Trudy Inst. morf. zhir. no.40-.188-218 162. (MIRA 16::6) (Sturgeons) (Nose) ZI/ CHIRKOVA, A.F., ROMANOVA, N.P., SHMALIGJAUZEN, V.I, The epidemiology of alveolar echinococcosis in the tundra zone of European Russia. Med. paraz. i -naraz. bol. 27 no.2:150-!-152 Mr-Ap 158 (MIRA 11:5) 1. Iz Ysesoyuznogo unuchno- issledovatellskogo institute zhivotnogo syrIya i pushniny TSentrosoyuza. (ENCHINOCOCCOSIS, epidemiology alveolnr echinococcosis in Russia (Rus)) (LUNGS, diseases nlveolpr echinococcosis, apidemiol. in Russia (Rua)) , B. -B, , OMTI~P I W LCH, A. Ye .I=-' GAlJZ;v."!l. V. i. "~)C'me Method- for 'i.xpet-imeiital Determiriation of StatistLcal Cliaract;cristics of F',au d om. ") i.- ua Lo . " re-port presented at the All-Union Conference on Statistical -Radio Physics, uor'lrliy, 10-18 October 1958. (Izv. vyssh uchev zaved-Radiotekh., vol. 2, No. 1, pp 121-127) COT-TLETE card under SIFOROV, V.I.) 60V/120-59-4-37/50 AUTHORS:Bukhovtsev~ 3. B., 'Shmal', --en 7 1. gaiz TITLE: A Photographic Method for Studying Random Processes PERIODICAL,. Pribory i 'U--ekhnika eksper-imenta, 1959, Nr 4, pp 144-145 (USSR) ABSTRACT: If the random quantity can be represented electrically, then a CRO tube vati conveniently be used to determine its probable density. Let a random signal ~(t) be a-pplied to corresponding beam de- x(t) Card 112 the X-plates and let flection. The time during x and x +-&x is proportional WW, If arLother random signal Y-plates then the time during x . x +-Ax and y , y which is the 2--dimensional T1( t) and ~(t) . if the VKX, y) ~ W(x)W(y) . It exrAtation and decay of the is independent of the namber tensity on the screer- given 0 the intensity 1.s measulxed 92--dimensional dist-r-ibution be the which the beam remains between to the probability density q(t) is applied to the which the beam lies between +-A y 9 i.v proportional to W(x, y), distribution of the quantities twc signals are independent then was shown in Ref 1 that if the light produced in the phosphor of exci -tati ons then ihe in- y) If by I(x, y) = AW(x, at each poi-nt cn the screen the is obtained. In the present method SOV/120-59-4-37/50 A ~ho-uo-raphic Method fo-- Studying Rar'dom PI-Ocesses 0 the se-reen bi-4 ghtness is meastired phot ographic ally and the LO CD - photographs are scanned xvith a m-ioruphotometer, Typical distribllti.011.', o"C'Gai.ned are shown in Fig 1, There is 1 figure wid. I Soviet X-aferenoe. T ASSOCIATION- F-izicheskiy fa*k:uIltet DAGI., '.Ph,~ysi~;s Department, Moscow State UniverSity) SUBMITTED. -Tilay 19'8. Card 212 05495 AUTHOR: Shmallgauzen, V.I. SOV/141-2-2-20/22 TITLE, The Use of an Electrodynamic. Instrument in a Correlator PERIODICAL-, Izvestiya vysshikh uchebnykh zavedenly, Radiofizika, 1959,, Vol 2, Nz- 2. Pp 518 - 320 (USSR) ABSTRACT. A coil lies in the field of two coils supplied with the sig-nal and ad-elayed version of It. An auxiliary coil driven by an amplifier is able to -restore the deflected coil to its ori-gi-nal position. An optical pick-off measures coil pos- ition.. The inertia of the system and the magnitude of the restoring torque enable the low-pass filter properties of the system to be controlled. The mean-square error in the measurement depends on the ratio of the correlation time TK of the random process to the effective averaging time of the filter TU 9 given by the second equation on p 319. Figure I is a diagram of the arrangement. The input ampl.iflers d are shown in more detail in Fi-gure 2, The pair of function coils are 2 , the output coil I , the Cardl/2 compensating coil is 3 i 4 is the pick-off mirror, AUTHORS: Bukhovtsev, Shmal I gauze TITLE: Measurement stantaneous inators 31,1431 3/188/61/000/006/003/007 B108/B138 B. B., Ordanovich, A. Ye., Shenyavskiy, L. A., ri-, V. I-.,- of the probability distribution of the in- values of signals by means of amplitude discrim- PERIODICAL: Moscow Universitet. Vestnik. Seriya III, Fizika, astronomiya, no. 6, 1961, 25 - 31 TEXT: The principle of operation and the designs of two-channel and multi-channel amplitude discriminators are presented. Determination of the probability distribution by an amplitude discriminator is based on measuring the time during which the signal in question does not exceed a given level. The discriminator trims the signal to the desired level and delivers a certain impulse for every section of the signal that lies under the set level. Subsequently, the impulses are time-averaged by a separate devices Fig. 3 shows a 16-channel amplitude discriminator with a threshold given by U n+1/2 ~ LU(n + 1/2) where Card 1/13'~ -j -11, 1 S/1 88/6 1 /dM~6/003/007 l'ifeasurement of the probability... B108/B138 n ~ -8,-79--P-19O'+1'.'-'+6,+7~ The instruments RP 1 01-1-1 np 1 -7-~ 72 indicate the integral probability distribution if the switches P4 are in position (1), and indicate the differential probability distribution if the switches are in position (2). The described device allows determina- tion of the probability distribution at 16 equidistant points that are symmetric about zero. Signals from the frequency range 50 to 10,000 Cps may be investigated. The time of averaging may go down to 500 sec. The accuracy is 1055. A similar two-channel amplitude discriminator for the frequency range 0 - 2000 cps is also described. There are 6 figures and 4 Soviet references. ASSOCIATION: Kafedra obshchey fiziki dlya mekhaniko-matematicheskogo f-ta (Department of General Physics for the Mechanical and Mathematical Division) SUBIMITTED: March 15, 10,61 Legend to Fig. 3: (A) discriminator, (B) time-averaging device. (C) pre-amplifier, (D) peak detector, (1) int., (2) diff. Card 2/4:2 S/024/62/000/005/009/012 E14O/El35 AUTHORS: Stratonovich, R.L.9 and Shmallgauzen, V.I. (Moscow) TITLE: Certain stationary problems of dynamic programming PERIODICAL: Akademiya nauk SSSR. Izvestiya..Otdeleniye tekhnicheskikh nauk. Energetika i avtomatika, no.5, 19621 131-139 TEXT: The article considers certain optimal servosystems in the presence of random forces from the point of view of Bellman's dynamic programming. The problem of applying this method to a continuous system or model is consideredl.where the input can be considered to be an n-dimensional Markov process. The analysis is based an the penalty function as the quality criterion. The risk is defined as the mathematical expectation of the*penalty over.a V.- certain time interval. in systems with fixed parameters and signal characteristics, the risk will depend only on the duration of the interval and not on the time explicitly. A general expression for the min_~mum risk is given in symbolic form and it is stated that its solution is difficult except for one-dimensional problems. Card 1/2 -r Certain stationary problems of st/o24/62/000/005/009/012 E140/E135 A servosystem following a random walk is analysed, then a system with delay, and finally a system following a discontinuous Markov process. There are 4 figures. SUBMITTED: july 26, 1961 Card 2/2 -L 34995-66 &q(t.-Igi IiP(c) JD ACC NR- AP0026588 SOURCE CODE: CZ/0034/66/000/002/0093/0()97 AUTHOR; -_~iu _~bat Bohiurdl; Srnaalek, Josef ---Shmaie.k, i ORG: Mletallurgical Project, Prague (Ilutni projekt) TITLE: Fume removal from electric are furnaces SOURCE: llkitnIckf! listy, no. 2, 1966, 93-97 TOPIC TAGS: a-rc furnace, gas filter, metallurgic nichinery, metallurgic process, gas enriLneerinf- ABSTRACT: The basic principles of the problem are described. The -;ReLlhods for Lhe removal of waste 7ase's, the selection of a filtration station for these gases, the tem.perature and t~e combustion properties of these -a3es are discussed. for additiona]- cc-!ibustion of ingrecients of such gases are describea; cooling of such gases, and ~ heat accumulator are discussed. Suitable furnace pressures are evaluated. Differences between the usual Czechoslovak processes, and the technologi-i cal aspects of fnrei-an processes are discussed. Orig. art. has: 5 figures. [Based on author.-,? Eng. abstract] [JPRS: 34,771,11 SUB CODE: 13, 1-1 SUBM DATE: none ORIG REF: 004 OTH REF: 001, Card 1/1 UDG*. 669.188.2 :~rucellosis in s~ieeD ~T U(, 1 r iccinot*nenai~v ().'I' brucellosis in sliced,). I n r1l TUT Ev , i~r w Eonthly List of ..--.ussian Accessions, Library of Congress, March 'U~-`,. Unclassified.