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' a I SYTINS!fA, N.N. Path of the Tunguska meteorite. Keteorltika no-13:86-91 155. (Meteorites) (HLIU 9:2) -MINSKLYA, N.H., doktor fisiko-matematicheskikh nauk, professor. Barth's shadov. Naukp6 i zhiznl 22 no.1:30-32;45 -Ta'55* (Barth) (moon) (MM 8;2) SYTIBSKAYA,N.N. Conference on the nature of the moon's surface. 24-25 F'55. (Moon--Surface) (MIRA 8:10) SYTINSIKUUAYA, .11. Preliminary results of integral photometry of the solar corons of June 30, 1954. Astron.tsir. no.161:8-9 Jl'55. (MLRA 8:12) 1. Gosudarstvennyy Yeatestvenno-Eauchnyy Institut imeni P.P.Les- gafta (Photometry, Astronomical) (Sun--Corona) SYTINSKAX,A.-H-N. - SHARONOV. V.V.. otvetstvennyy redaktor; IMSHENETSKIY. Yu-, redaktor izdatel'stva.; ZXNOLI, M.Ye., takhnicheskiy redaktor [Instructions for observations of the moon and lunar-aclipBes; with a supplement of special instructions for the observation of lunar eclipses. formulated by the Committee on Planetary Physics of the Astronomical Council of the Academy of Sciences of the U.S.S.R.] Instrukteiia dlia nabliudenil Luny i luanykh zatmenii; a pr1lozhe- niem j3petsialinvkh instrukt9ii po nabliudeniiu lunnvkh zatmenii, razrabstannykh Komissiei po fizike planet Astronomichaskogo sovete, AN SSSR. Boat. N.N.Sytinskaia. Moskva. Izd-vo Akademii nauk SSSR, 1956. 29 p. (HLRL 9:7) 1. Vessoyuznove astronomo-goodazicheskoye obahchestvo. (Moon--Observ tions) SyTINSK&YA, N4d~zhcla Nikolayevna; RAKHLIN, I.Ya., redaktor; MURASHDVA. N.Ya-, a 'ki -i~"kGiF--~~' takiiii.hes 7 [The opposition of Kars at perihelion] Velikoe protivostoianis Mares. Moskva, Goo. izd-vo tekhniko-teoret. lit-ry, 1956. 49 p. (KM 9:11) (Kars (Planet)-oppositiou,1956) SYTIIISKAYA, Nadezhda Nikolayevna, professor; DVUKUSHXELSTOV, G.I., redaktor; , I . ZORWA, YA.A, ., 'redakt6rf GARNA, V.P., tekhatcheskiy radaktor [Modern science on the origin of the solar systemj Sovremennaia nauka o proiskhozhenii solnechnoi sistemy. Moskya,'Izd-vo Akademii pedagog. nauk RSFSR, 1956. 93 P. (KLRA 9:8) (Solar system) SYTINSKAYA, Nadozhda Nikelayama; SAMSONEM, L.V., redaktor; MURASHOTA, redaktor. [Moon and its observation] Luna i ee nabliudenis. Kooky&, Goa. izd-ve tokhniko-toorst. lit-ry, 1956. 253 P. (mLvA 9:6) (Moon) SYTINSKAYA, M.N., professor. 1~ Present-day studies of the atmosphere and surface of Kars. Friroda 45 no.6:33-41 Je 156. (Ka 9:8) (Kars (Planet)) SYTINSK&U, N.N. ~ Relation of polarization and albedo for lun r surface features. Astron.tairk. no.168:18 '56. (KUU 9: 8) 1. Gosudaretvennyy eatestvenno-nauchW7 institut imeni P.I. --,,; Lesgafta. (Moon---'~~,face) SYTINSXAYA. Absolute surface photometry and colorimetry of the solar corana of June 30, 1954. Aetron.tairk. n0.170:5-7 156. (MLItA 9:10) 1.Goeudarstvennyy Yestestvenno-nauchVy ihatitut imeni P.Y.LesgaftiL. (Sun-Corona) BRONSHUN. Vitaliy Aleksandrovich; SYTINSKAYA. U.N.. prof. red.; SAMSONENKO, L.Y., red.; BRUDHO. K.F., t-ekM7r-e-T.~- [Planets and their observation] Planety i ikh nabliudenie. Pod red. N-14-Sytinskoi. Mosi-va, Gos.izd-vo tekhniko-teoret. lit-ry. 1957 206 P. (MIRA 11:2) (Planets) SYTIINS"?~,, N.W. I f-'nodificat ions of the rn-on's .Ixplosione of meteor tes as cauRel 0 eurface [with uummry in lFrenchl. Vop. koax. 5:13-21 157. (Heon-Surface) (Yeteorites) (MRA ICI:8) SYTINSKAYA N.N. WWWWOVIONNift WS New value of the light constant of the moon [with summary in *glish]. Astron. zhur. 34 no.6:899-90Z N-D 157. (MM 11!21 1. Yeatestvenno-nauchnvy institut im. P.P. Leagafta. (Moon--Observations) SYTINSKAYA,_N..N.l --."-OWN lomw Nature of yellow turbidities on Mars. Astron. tsir. no.177:4-5 Y 157. (MIRA IOW 1. Gosudarstvennyy Yestestvanno-nauchnyy Institut in. P.Yv- lqqpfta, (mars (Planet)) - STIPIliSKAYA 11 # --- - -- - ~:I- - - - Origin and nature of lunar surface crust based on date Of COMDqrs,Tive study of brightness-color diagrams. no.190:74-87 '57 (MIRA 10:7) (Moon--Surface) ";.N. i .. - %. Photc--ranhic determination of the absolute brightneF.~! and color of the solar coronn in 1952. Uch.zaD.!PjU no.190:BR-94 '57. (M IRA 19: ?,; (Sun--coron&N I ,I.-SYTINSKAYA,, N. ~!T. "Distribution of Brightness and Color in the Solar Corona of june 30, 1954" (Total Eclipse of the Sun, February 25, 1952 and June 30., 1954, Tzsnmctlons of 'the n-,Peditton to Observe Solar Eclipses) Moscow, Izd-vo Ali 3M, 1958, '357 p. 1~- t , "P~otographie Evaluation of the Total Brightness and Color of the Solar Corona of 1954 in Yey6k" ('Lotal Eclipse of the Sun, February 25, 1952 and June 30,, 1954, Tr~ctions of the R39)editlon to Observe Solar Eclipses) Moscow, lzd-vo Art WSR, 1956. 3c-;7 p. "jTPENSKAYAl Fli. N. "Tile Development and the Confirmation oil the Hypotheses Concerning the Vature of the Surface Layers of the Moon." paper read by V. V. SHAROTTOV RePort pmeented at the Plenary Mwtlng of the ConsIftee of Planetary Pbysics, Council of Autronawre, Kharvkov, 20-22 My 1958. (Vest. Ak Nauk SM, 1958, NO- 8, R- 113-U4) d I. 3 ~jj In 1 30 3(l) F-HASE I BOOK EXPLOITATION SOV/3303 Sytinskaya, Nadezhda Nikolayevna Priroda luny (Physical Environment of The Moon) Moscow, Fizmatgiz, 1959. 175 p. 20,000 copies printed. Ed.: I. Ye. Rakhlin; Tech. Ed.: Ye. A. Yermakova. PURPOSE: Thi~ booklet is intended for the general reader interested in the natural con,J.Jtions on and surrounding the Moon. COVERAGEi The author defines the field of selenology and proceeds to a scientific description of the natural conditions on the Moon. Lunar rotation, revolution, phaseaq and libration are des- cribed. The size, mass,and density of the Moon are discussed as well as lunar topography. Lunar eclipses and the influence of the Earth's atmosphere on the appearance of an eclipse are ex- The elevation of it4tlns on the Moon is Indicated plained. moun and the history of lunar formations reviewed along with the physical aspects of the lunar surface, Its coloration, and luminescence. The Appendix oontains a listing of lunar landforms Card 1/4 Physical Environment (Cont.) Ch. III. Topography of the Mocn 11. The dark shadows of lunar seas 12. Mountain ridges, peaks, and rolls 13. Ringlike mountains 14. Trenches, clefts, rays, and halos 15. Elevation of lunar mountaIns 16. Maps and atlases of the lunar surface 17. History of the lunar surface Ch. IV. Physics of the Lunar Su-rface 18. Whiteness of the Moon 19. Photometry of various sections of 20. Reflection of light from the lunar distinative features 21. Coloratlon of lunar landscapes 22. Polarization of lunar light 23. Luminescence of the lunar surface 24. TemperatuVe of the lunax surface 25. Problem of tk.-~ Moon's atmosphere SOV/3303 70 70 75 82 go 95 100 104 117 117 the Moon 123 surface and its 128 137 141 146 150 156 Card 3/4 S/269/63/000/002/025/037 A001/A101 AUTHOR: TITLE: On the photometric study of optical properties of the Martian atmosphere PERIODICAL. Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya, no. 2, 1963, 62 - 63, abstract 2.51-500 (In collection: "Rezul'taty nablyudeniy Marsa vo vremya velikogo protivostoyaniya 1956 g. v SSSR", M., AN SSSR, 1959, 114 - 122) TEXT: Optical parameters of the atmosphere of the planet are listed which can be obtained from observations: optical depth T, its change with wavelength,, the role of true absorption in the phenomenon of extinction, indicatAX of scat- tering. Two types of regions are observed in the Martian atmosphere: transpa- rent (with small V) and cloudy-nebulous, where rE is considerable, which calls for employing different methods of investigation. The present article treats the problem of regions with transparent atmospherej for which is should be pos- sible to separate the brightness components created by scattering in the atmo- sphere and reflection from the surface. It is pointed out that the single- Card 1/2 S/'269/63/000/OOZ/025/037 On the photometric study of... AO01/AlO1 valued solution of this problem on the basis of photometric data only is impos- sible, since the number of unknowns is too great (in addition to parameters of the atmosphere there are also photometric characteristics of the surface). Therefore the practical application of.photometry to study of an atmosphere al- ways includes some system of hypotheses on the nature of which depends the re- liability of the results obtained. In particular, the scattering indicatrix should be assumed. The author describes the method of interpreting absolute photometric measurements of the Martian disk at the instant of opposition, whose results are expressed in the form of brightness factor or visible albedo. It is assumed that (Cis constant either in time or along the radius of the disk, and the law of reflection from the surface is expressed by the factor of smoothness q The brightness of an atmospheric layer is described by an empirical formula whose numerical parameters are determined on the basis of one of the light scattering theories. Then the problem is reduced to the solution of a system of transcen- dental equations, whose unknowns are C, q and albedo of the surface r; each equation corresponds to definite value of angular distance of the region from the center of the disk. The method of solving such a system is described in detail. Reality of the obtained characteristics of the Martian atmosphere and surface is considered. There are 14 references [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] I. Lebedeva Card 2/2 AUTHOR: T =I: Sytinskaya, N. N. 7 S/269/63/000/002/028/037 A001/A101 Some considerations on th-_~ state of the.atmosphere of Mars PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya, no. 2, 1963, .63 - 64, abstract 2.51.503 (In collection: "Rezulvtaty nablyudeniy Marsa vo vremya velikogo protivostoyaniya 1956 g. v SSSR11, M., All SSSR, 1959, 166 - 171) T M The author studies the problem of yellow-colored fogs widely spread on Mars during the opposition of 1956. It i's noted that the regions affected by fogs single out against the background of seas, but blend with the background of continents. Based on this, and taking into consideration characteristics obtained for transparent regions of the atmosphere, the author calculates the dependence of the contrast of seas on the optical depth of fog layers. Applied to Mars observations this leads to a conclusion that the transparency coeffi- cient of the Martian atmosphere decreased 3 times during days with high turbi- dity, and optical depth increased by one unity. Discussing the nature of Card 1/p S/269/63/000/002/028/037 Some considerations on the state of... A001/A101 yellow -turbidity the author shares the opinion that aerosol was formed by mineral particles suspended in the atmosphere from the surface. This material can not be sand, since it was kept suspended for a long time. It is natural to suppose that fine fractions of particles of the slit and pelite nature produced the fog. The fog color corresponds to ocherous varieties of limonite that confirms the hypothesis according to which Martian continents are covered with limonite dust, There are 17 references. 1. Lebedeva [Abstracter's note; Complete translation3 Card 2/2 SYTINSKAYA. Probable dimensions of the unevenness of microrellef on the moon's surface. Isv.Kom.po fiz.plan. no.1:81-84 '59, (KERA 13 -17) (Moon-surface) SYTINSKATA, N.N. (Leningrad) Photometry of noctilucent clouds by an amateur astronomer. Biul.VAGO no.24:28-36 '59. (MIRA 13:4) ~(Clouds) (Photometry. Astronomical) 10 30) ,k U'2M 0 R Sytinskaya, N.N. SOV33-36-2-14/27 TITLE: New Data on the beteor Slag Theory of the Formation of the Outer Layer of the Lunar Surface PEKODICAL: Astronomicheskiy %hurnal,Vol 36,Nr 2,PP 315-321 (USSR) JJJ~ ABOTRACT: The author concludes from photometric, colorimetric-and polarimetric investigations of the moon that the visible part of its surface consists of strongly porous striated material of a structure like volcanic slag. This material is formed from the rocks of the lunar crust by the impacts of meteoric bodies. This so-called meteor-slag theory will be confirmed by the new facts presented by the author t Recent determinations of the density of the lunar atmosphere give extremely small values, so that even micrometeorites will meet the lunar surface with cosmic velocities. And rocket measurings give a frequency of one impact per cm2 per see. Finally, some details on the pro- bable structure of the surface material are discussed. The author mentions F.F. Petrushevakiy, H.S. Orlova, V.P. Dzhapiashvili, K.P. Stanyukovich, V.V. Fedynskiy and I.A.Yudin. Card 1/2 New Data on the Meteor - Slag Theory of the Formation SOV/33-36-2-14/27 Df the Outer Layer of the Lunar Surface There are I table, and 18 references, 12 of which are Soviet, 3 American, 1 English, 1 Irish, and 1 French. ASSOCIATION: Glavnaya astronomicheskaya observatoriya Akademii nauk SSSR (Main Astronomical Jbservatory of the AS USSR) SU13YITTED: June 18, 1958 Card 2/2 "The Meteorite-Slag Theory Of The Lunar Surface". paper presented at IAU Symposium on the Moon, Leningrad, USSR, 6-8 Dee 60. The visible outer layer of the lunar surface is the result of the alteration of the initial lunar rocks by external factors, the most active being meteorite and micrometeorite impacts. The Impact of a meteorite of any size is accompanied by an explosion during which some of the material of the lunar surface evaporates and then subsides, forming exceedingly porous material similar to volcanic slag. The low thermal conductivity in vacuum and the scattering diagram of volcanic slag Is ift good accordance with observations made for the lunar surface. The comparison of reflection laws in the optical and radio diapasons shows that the unevenness is more probably of the order of millimeters. The dark coloring of the surfaceAs explained by the presence of dark iron oxides, which were formed by the decomposition of silicates containing iron. PSA I BWK EXPLOITATION SCIAP3 Rrbshov, W.P., V.A. Bronaht.., M.S. Ulltser, W.L. "-o,.kly A, V M.rkov L.P. Stan kc,ich A.V. Khabsko Sharecurr, and ao,kip Luna (Th. Mean) Mosecu, risewitl4j, 1960. 384 P. 4,500 cople a printed. rd. , (Title page). A.V. Frkc,, Doctor of Ptq.Las and Metheautiosl FA. , G.L. Ke-.; Tecb. rd. I N.T.. hursxbov.. __PURPCG1v Thin book is intended for astronoters, a.trophysicistap and other scien- tific and t*cbnlcal personnel interested in luzax r.sesurch. COVERAGE, - The bock, ~rlttarn by I I 3-1.t authorities, ..=..rise. and -luat.. research don. to data in Th. wtion, rotation, and figure or th Mcong physical properties of the lurwur surface, the quastion of the exiateno: or lu,nar atwsph.r%, napping of the Mwn, red" inv4stig.tions. and the affect of external. comic forces on th, Moon are discussed. An index of Russian and Latin designations of luu~r fast-. is included. Th. t..t is illustrated ith 110 figures " J2 tables. Thar. are 74 ref.rancess 34 S~iet, 32 English, 6 Car- -, end 2 French. Pravord 5 ch. 1. r4tiong Rotation, Led Figure or the F~ (A.A. Takovkin) 7 1. Certain data on the Moace I-* action and figure 7 2. History of the theory or the sconto action 10 3. Det.railvation of the lenar -.a 13 Optical libration of the Moan 16 S. DotArsining the coordinates of lu-r surface featurva frost obserration 19 6. Car1roctions for the relief of the Ytoan's limb 22 7. "Leal libration of the Moen 26 8. The flCure of the Yoou 39 9. Dsterair-tion of the elevations of lunar souataine 45 10. Processing the obs*mations or the lunar occultation of stars 47 11. 11tilising luuunr cbs*~.tioas for geodetic purposes 50 12. Possible utilization of lu,ner abosmatines for laterplazetary navigation 52 53 Ch. N. Lunar Cartography and 5*1enognphle Cenrijestan (Sh.T. Ebabib.111a) 57 S., zographi. coordinates 57 Cartographic grid for lunar sops 58 3. PLIBLoal coordinate. of the Moen 60 4. Methods for the dqtermination or sal.-graphia ecordirsus 61 5- Th- s7stals of positions of the Mace'. surface details 68 .6. Map- and PhOt-grapbl- atlases of the F.. 70 7. Possible u*thod for detervining geographical position an the Hoen 72 Bibliography 75 Ch.-Ill. Description of' the Surface of the Moon 4.7. Markorr) 77 Bibliography 101 Ch. IV. Problm of the X-'. At-sph.r. (M.S. SytL"ksy.) 103 1. Introduction 103 2. Theoretical considerations 101. 3. Obse"ations of the lunar cocu.1t-ti,n of stars, to - meacs or detecting the atmspbars~ rr~n refraction pheomees 109 4. Attempts to detect the luter by sathd. 114 5- Ksticati0c of the density of the lucar atoosphore according to the brightness P01-ri-stim of diffused light 116 Caurd 3/6 L v 3 393 2!:! S/035/62/000/007/049/083 AOOI/AlOl 3 0o AUTHOR: Sytinskaya,,~N. N.* TITLE: Photometric and colorimetric comparison of some porous and compact rocks of volcanic origin withthe lunar surface PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal, Astronomiya i Geodeziya, no. 7, 1962, 73, abstract 7A521 ("Izv. Ko'mis. po fiz. planet", 1960, no. 2, 59 - 64) TEXT: Various volcanic rocks (pumice, slag, volcanic tuffs) were compared with formations of the lunar surface as to the color and lightness. The following conclusions have been drawn: 1) Volcanic slag turned out to be the darkest rock whose average value of lightness r--0.060. 2) The average result for slag is si- milar to that obtained earlier (RZhAstr, 1956, no. 7, 4217) for the fused crust of meteorites (r--0.052;yellowness index D--+0.11). 3) The average values of parameters for all rocks of basic composition (diabase, basalt, gabbro, etc.) were equal to r=0.141; D=-0.04. 4) For ultra-basic rocks it was obtained on the average: r=O. 104, D---o.oo6. 5) The U 'ghtness comparison warrants the conclusion that lunar continents are covered with ultra-basic rocks, while the seas by volcanic slag. However, there is no sufficient similar:ity in color. 6) Pumice shows no similarity with the Moon in albedo. 7) Volcanic tuffs contain specimens of very diverse color- Card 112 S/035/62/000/007/049/083 Photometric and colorimetric comparison of... AOOJ/AjOj from black to light-groy and from bluish to bright-red. 8) it i's desirable to ex- tend the investigation to uncemented pyroclastic rocks (volcanic ashes, sand, la- pilli. bombs). There are 8 references. [Abstracter's note: Complete translation] Card 2/2 SYTINSKATA, N., prof. lunar photometry. IUn.takh. (Moon) (Photometry) 4 no.2;36-40 F 160. (MIU 13:6) 3,)--3,oo AUTHOR: Sytinskh, N. TITLE: What Awaits Man on the Moon PERIODICAL: *Idla vlasti, 1960, No. 8, pp. 6-7 8343h Z/00,3/60/000/008/00 110C)3 A203/AO26 TEXT: In connection with the successful launching of a Soviet rocket to the moon on March 14, 1959, the author presents a review of the current views concerning the conditions on the moon. A previous hypothesis that there is a r~Lrefied atmosphere of gases on the moon has not been proven. However, in the night from October 2 to 3, 1958, Soviet Astronomer N.A. Kozyrov observed through a powerful telescope of the Crimean Observatory a short flash in the Alphonso Crater, apparently a cloud of gas which became luminiscent following a volcanic explosion. This is an indication that gases occasionally occur on the moon. The surface of the moon has also been well explored. With the aid of powerful radars it has been established that the moon surface is covered by pits and blisters, whose size ranges from a few millimeters to several centimeters. This, is attributed to the effects of meteorite impacts. Soviet Scientists K.P. Stanyukovich and V.V. Fedynskiy proved by calculations that the energy released Card 1112 What Awaits Man on the Moon during a meteorite impact on the moon meteorite itself, but also part of the atmosphere will, therefore,.constitute when he lands on the moon. There are 83434 Z/003/60/000/008/001/00,3 A203/AO26 is great enough not only to vaporize the moon rock. Meteorites and lack of the greatest obstacles to man if and 2 photographs. Ll~ Card 2/2 SYTINSKAYA. Nadezhda Nikolayevna. KULIKOV, G.S.~ red.;YMUKOVA, Ye.A.0 tekhn.---~e-d.- - (Planet Mars] Planets. Mars. Moskva, Gos. izd-vo fiziko- matem. lit-ry, 1962. 61 p. (Populiarnye lektsii po astronomii, no.12) (MIRA 15:4) (Mars (Planet)) Ab'rAPOVICIi,I.S.; THAKULL P.I.; IAYI:A-ZV,A.I-'.; IRMNS11TENN.A.; BUGOSLAXSKAYA, N.YRAdeceasodl- VASILIM90.B.; I)Ul~.IlfivL;I"ly.,K.K.tdoccased]; ZAKIIL,OV,G.P.; ZO!'kIV,I.T.; 01110,Ye.L.; F-MIKOVSKIYIP.G.; M%IIT,9KIY2R.V.; MjR0CIfI:II,,Ig.Ye.; ORLOV,S.V.[deceased]; POPOV,P.I.; PUSHKOV, N.V.; f- RYBAKOV, A.I.; FEABOV,Yu.A.; SYTqITjI!S�KKAjA,-jL..~ TSESLVICII, V.P.; SIICfIIGOI-VV,B.M.; VORONTSOV-VE LITAMMOV,B. A. red.; FG1"OMAfiMfA, G.A., red.; KRYUCHKOVA, V.N., telchn. red. [Astronomical calender; permanent part] Astronomicheskii kalendar'; postoiannaia chast'. Izd.5., polnostlitt perer. Otv. red. F.I.Bakulin. Red.kol.V.A.Bronshten i dr. Moskva, Gos.izd-vo fiziko-matem.lit-ry, 1962. 771 p. (MIRA 15:4) (Astronomy-Yearbooks) SYTINSKAYA, N. N. "Lunar microrelief.11 Report to be submitted for the Symposium on Geological Problems in Lunar Research, N.Y. Acad. of Sciences, liew York, 16-19 May 1964. STfINSKAYA, U.N, Some characteristics of the polar caps of Mars and their explanation by photographic irradiation. Astron..zhur. 40 no-4:710-713 J1-Ag 163. (KRA 16.- 8) (Mars (Planet)) SYTINSKAYA, N.N. - Albedo of separate features of the moon'S 3urface, Astron. zhur. 40 no.6:1083-1084 N-D 163. (Mmk 16 z 2:4) T. 1631-1-65 MT Pe-5/Pae-2 - M1 ACCESS1014 NR: &P5006008 S/0033/6510/4210011012910135 AUTHOR: Sytinskaya, N. N. TITLE: Experience in the colorimetric comparison of asteroids and terrestrial !rocks !SOURCE: Astronomicheskiy zhurnal, V. 420 no. j 1965,129-135 10PIC IAGS: colorimetry, astrophysicsasteroid! terrestrial rock,.sun, color ia-'~ ,dex, meteorite, moon, yellowness index ABSTRACT: A catalog has been compiled of the yellowness index D (the diffeTence r 69 asteroids on the b; between the color index of an asteroid and the sun) fo asis The values obtained fall in the range -0.08 - +0.4, of data of various authors. '0, with a mean of +0.178. The distribution curve of the asteroids according to D -is approximately symmetrical and has a sharp maximum at D - 0.17. Similar curves and the mean D values are determined for terrestrial materials, the previously pub- lished D values being converted to the B - V system. It was found that there is no~ similarity between the curve for the asteroids and the curves for limestones, san stones, granites, metamorphic rocks or for volcanic tuffs and slags because the 'j Cardl/3 M L 36313-65-- ACCESSION NK: AP5006008 r crc k a h a v e a considerable color dispersion, and accordingly the curve -Atend far in the direction of large D values. Likewise, there is ao adequate similarity to basic and .These rocks are characterized by.a_..- 6'~' 4N Small color dispersion# but in camparison-'with-the curve for-the.asteroids t orresponding curves are displaced greatly In tho direction~of a neutral'colot.-- C The curves for pumice, meteorites, the molten crust of meteorites,and detail& of a similarity in curve width (small color disperaion) a d the lunar surface show n at the same time differ in the position of the maximum by not more than D - 0.1 Interpretation of the results requires at least approximate data on the brightness of the surface of asteroids, but it is impossible to determine t e necessary a teroid albedo values except in four cases (K. Stum-pff, Astron. Nachr., 276, 1184~ J, 1948). The mean spherical albedo in these four cases is 0.12, suggesting that the surface of asteroids in general is dark; their surfaces can therefore hardly consist of pumice or meteorites. The values of tha phase coefficient for almodt",.."T.-I-1- - . I tit! the all the asteroids fall in the range 0.02-O.Q5 magildegree, which to close to values for the Moon .(0.023) and Mercury (0.037). This su.-gests in turn that t4 is similar, photometric relief of all celestial bodies withou+, an atmosphere the basis of optical characteristics,the'surface 6i the asteroids is closer Card 2/3 ACC NRi AR6020774 SOUCE CODEs W62 AUTHORs S~rtinskaya, N. No TITLE: Search for variable brightness contrasts on the lunar surface as a scientific. working program for small observatories SOURCEs Ref.,zh. Astronomiyap Abs. 3.51.608 RU SOURCEs Byul. Vses. astrono-goode o-va, no* 36, 1965, 38-43 TOPIC TAGS: lunar surface,, lunar topography, lunar reflectivity ABSTRACT: The variations in brightness contrast,, which were detected on the lunar surface, depending on the phase,, may have an important meaning in stV.Ving the struc- ture of the surface layer of the ~bon, because these variations can I-) caused only by the different.-laws of light reflections from the components of th,; small areas causing this contrast* The constant character of the brightness cont. asts on the rbou was ascertained only for the large objects which were sufficiently s.udied by photo- metric methods. These data are not available for the large amount of smaller objects. The calculations made by the author for the two combinations of eart,i soils (basalt and volcanic slag, volcanic ashes and lapilli),,showed that the cban,as of contrasts' .are sufficiently large (up to 0.6-0.7) so as to be easily detected the eye. In .sdarnhi-g an the lunar surface for small objects having contrast va-latjons that can SYTINSKAYA, 0. N. Cand Biol Soi -- (diss) "Oxidizing phosphorylation in the liver in cases of pantothen and biotin insufficiency." Len, 1956. 9 Pp 21 cm. (Acad Med Soi USSR. Inst of Experimental Medicine), 100 copies (KL, 14-57, 86) -10- SYTINSKATA, O.N. '""!Wi Modified method for determining sulfanilamidem 4dapted to studying the coenzyme A content and the acetylation capacity of tissues. 2 no.3:214-221 My-Je 156. (HLRA 9:10) 1. Otdel biokhimii Iastituta skeparimimentalluoy maditsiny AMU SSSR, Leningrad. (BULFANIIAMIDS, determination. modified technic with determ. of coenzyme A & of acetyla- -tion capacity of tissues (Run)) (GO"ZYMM, A, determ. in detection of sulfanilamides (Rua)) animal wit, h .'r, R. &Uct, a grea f tile liVe her GOLOVIN, B.P.; SYTINSKAYA, O.N. Steroid hormones and the activity of renal hexokinase. 5 no.5,.348-352 S-0 059. (MIRA 13--2) 1. Institute of kxperimental Medicine of the U.S.S.R. Academy of Medical Sciences, Leningrad. (KIWASES metab.) (KIDNEYS metab. ) (STEROIDS pharmacol.) qy7j,,~Zw- 3 1, -% ir -. - ~ - I. ..., - - .. - . (nsza) fflexlkinase Activity and Oxid--tive .-Tiosphorylation in the Liver of Biotin-De ficient Chicks (Read by title)." Renort oresented at the 5th International Biacnerpistry Congress, M,DsC--)W) 10-1~ Aul-ust 1961 GOLOVIIJ., B.P.; SYTINSKAYA, O.N. Influence of hormones on the hex6kinase activity of subcellular renal structures in the rabbit. Vop. med. khim. 7 no.5:492- 94 S-0 161. fMIRA 14:10) 1. The Department of Biochemistry of the Institute of Experimental Medicine of the Academy of Medical Sciences of the U.S.S.R. (KIDNEYS) (HUOKINASE) (HORMONES) OCHLPOVSKIY. B.L.-, RASPOPOV, O.M.; SITINSKIY. A.D. Vertical gradient of the force of gravity. Uchosap.Lsn.un. no*210; 114-133 '56. Omu 9:8) (Gravity) SYTINSKIY, A.D., mladnhiy muchWI notrudnik Seismic obsorvatiDna at the Mirw,?y Observatory. Infore.bitil. Sov.antark.eksp. no.1:79-80 '58. (MIRLA 12: 8) 1. Arktichealdy i antarkticbeskiy nauchno-IssledovatellsIdy institut. (JIntarctic regions-Seismonetz7) PSA I MOX UMITATIrAl SOV/43)9 Sovetskaya "tarktith.,W. k.pviltsiy., 1955- Pervay-m koutimentallmys skspedit3lys 1955-1957 gg.; mu-hnyya rs~Wtatr (First Coutinmtki Z-P-diti-n, 19,15-1957; Scientific Results) I.d-,* wHorvk~oy tr"sycrt,- 19-9. 161 p. 2,000 copies printal. (Sqrlest Itat M.t.rlmly, tm 2) Sponsoring Agencyl krktichaskiy i "tarktich-kiy institut. Id.i K.X. Somo,, D-Lcr of Geographical Sci.=..l Tech. W.i L.P. Dro.hhica. PMUb=t Thl. book is lzten4ed for polar specialists, geographers, geologists, mat-rolog-sts, and geophysicists. COVUAGZi This book to Volume 2 of . multi.alume work containing scientific data collected by the First Soviet Continental Upedition to the Antarctic (19-,~- 57), sent out =der the aus-,-cas of the Arktich-kly I "t-ktichaskly nauchno- Isaladovatel'skLy institut (Arctic mid Aotarztic Scientific FLaeamh Institute) as pact of the IGY program. Th. purp... of the expedition was to .~.F an arm& between 71. to 11112 Ionaltude and 59 to 7003 lat,.'.tude (ax, arsa, of about I mililon square kilometers), to dtv,lop methods and tva~miquss for field studies applicable to local coneAttenal &.-,I to initiate a o7sta-te study of the natural pbenneu of the reglon. Gm~.d "d mtr~l obss-tic-~ were ccnd=t..i In the rm iataresting artai sz"-4 ~d between Mimyy and Pionar3lkaya, to the uh-:: .&..I of GrI1r.=, "I 7-trald. a th. 4. -h.lf, Drygalaxi Island, ard a r-ror cf r-tsk3 (Avr=-ijen, Gauss, etc.). -1. at the XIrmyy Cb.-tory and at the P"odrskayu and CaiLs re-rcch vt4tlo- No p4rocr4lit'les are maz- tio-d. Thor-ar o..W-r-3, .-a - ~G", - A X , and j.p. Ruin. Fstecrological Characteristics of the Glacier kntarvtio. 69 and Ttyrlz, a.,.. 66 Dal _hi.. A_p. g&pjt3&,/TujM. Kodoll . Contemporary _A_ Zest Atarctl~-.-snd IG-I)iW-s' 73 _Ka=&kxLch_T.-S- In- R-gimm of the O-vis Sam and A.114Q*ot Regions of the . Ocosus 93 xzcrotka,~Lch, T..S. Biogeographic Chexacteristics or the ft"d1tionla Area of Oporatsom 104 bAkin, G.T. Ionospheric Observations III Magnetic field in the Region at WimYY 115 XS:anlko~ P.C, mjW V.A. ?rcitsksys. Invest1ratloc of T.Lluria Current# in the Isgion or Mirnyy' 135 aytivskiy A.D. Seismic Obaervatiou in MU-AYI 153 !.~.* Studies In Ust Antarctic. M ATAILLMAt LibrM of Congress 0860.558) JU-TOLSKIL-A ~, From the life of penguins. Inform. biul. Sov. antark. eksp. no.4:73-75 159. (MIRA 12; 11 ) (Penguins) ~Y~INSKJJ,A_R, mladshiy nauchnyy sotradnik Map of the distribution of earthquake epicenters based on observa- tions made at the Mirnyy Observatory. Inform. biul. Sov. antark. ekep. no-7:31-33 '59. (KIRA 13:3) I 1. Arkticheskiy i antarkticheskiy nauchno-issledovateltakly institut. (Antaratic regions--Earthciuakes--Maps) ACCESSION NR: AT4041518 AUTHOR: 8Y!4mk1Y,_A.,D,- 'nTLE: Seismic observations at Mirny*y 0/2732/69/002/000/0153/0166- SOURCE: Sovetskaya antarkticheskaya ekspeditsiya, 1955-1958. Pervaya kontinentallnaya i.ekspeditelya, 1955-1957 gg.; nauchny*ye rezulltaty* (First continental expedition; scientific i results). Trudy* ekspeditaii, v. 2. laningrad, Izd-vo 17dorskoy transport, 11 1959, 153-166 TOPIC TAGS: seismicity, 'seismic-activity, seismology, seismic station, microseism, 1 geophysics ABSTRACT: The seismic station at Mirny*y in Antarctica is located on a rock outcrop at elevation of 17 m above sea level, remote from sources of man-induced interference; the instruments are in a depression In a granitic intrusion and protected from the influence of strong winds. Serious Interference is created, however, by microselsms of the first kind. These microseisms occur due to the proximity of the site to the sea shore and the passage of frequent low-pressuro areas. About 30% of all seismograms have a considerable micro- seismic background, and In certain cases the m1croseismic background Is so severe that j .ACQCSUM Nit I AT4(*3L53A t w a 0 0 . - l 4? 4,t . . . . . . . . . . . . . . - - - - . ....... .. ...... ..... ...... ...... - -- - ----- at AUrny tail. *Y (from 23 June 1956 to 1 February 1957). Symbols: I - up to 7 units (MIC 5. 3). Cg_rd_' 3/3 2 - 7 units and above (M 5. 3); 3 - It 60-300 km; 4 - h > 300 km. ft - . . . . ........ ... ..... ...... .. 0 2,';39h S/169/61/000/007/012/104 A006/A1Ol AUTHOR: Sytinskiy, A.D. TITLE: Microseisms at Mirnyy and their connection with hydrometeorological conditions PERIODICAL: Referativnyy zhurnal.*Geofizika, no, 7, 1961, 11, abstract 7AIi4-~V sb. "Seysm. issled. no, 4", Moscow, AN SSSR, 196o, 116 - 132, Eng- lish summary) TEXT: From June 1956 regular seismic obGervation with the aid of Kirnos devices were started at Mirnyy. These devices possess an almost constant magni- fication within a 0.2 - 9 sec range of seismic wave periods; this is quite con- venient for recording microseismt, An analysis of microseismic records consist- ed in the measuring of amplitudes and petiods for 4 periods during a day.. In the- case of heavy microseismic storms the directions on the microseismic sources were determined from Raleigh waves. Microseisms with 2 to 10 sec periods are observed at Mirnyy; during the summer shorter periods prevail. The independence of intensity on seasonal changes of the ice cover around the Antarctic is a cha- racteristic feature of long-period (winter) microseisms. They are most intensive Card 1/2 S/1 69/62/000/005/005/093 D228/D307 AUTHOR: Sytinskiy, A. D. TIT13: The relation of geotectonics to solar activity PEMODICAL: 11,eferativnyy z~urnal, Geofizika, no. 5, 1962, 14, ab- sturacu 5A100 (Inform. byul. Sov. antarkt. ekspedit- sii, no. 28, 1961, 5-10) TEXT: The relation of the yearly distribution of the amount of seismic energy, evolved in strong earthquakes (M >7), to the course of the solar activity indices is considered, and it is e S_ S, tablished that the greatest quantity of energy occurs in the year . U 6 _L ' the maxima and the minima (with a one-year displacement) of the o 11-year solar activity cycle. The dates of catastrophic planetary earthquakes also fall in the same years. Proceeding from the fact that the prevailing seismic energy value is distinguished in these strongest earthquakes (X>8), a direct relation between these phe- nomena is proposed in accordance with the scheme: solar activity -- change in the angular rate of the earth's rotation -- change in Card 1/2 S/1069 -02/000/005/005/093 The relation of ... D228 D307 t'_-~e earth's figure -- intensification of solar activity. The cha- izacter of the solar activity's influence on 'the angular rate of Uhe earth's rotation is'reckoned to be as yet unestablished. It is -jossible that this process is related to the interaction of the earth's magne-,.ic fields with wave and corpuscular solar-radiation flows. The total quantity of energy, evolved in'conn*exion with the seasonal change in the rate of the earth's rotation, amounts to 1.27 x 10 27 ergs for,,the c.rust; it approximately corresponds to the total annual magnitiide of the liberated energy of shallow earthquakes. The annualtrend of the energy of earthquakes with a normal focal depth antic-ipates that of the seismic energy of in- termediate and deep earthquakes by one month. In the author's opi- nion this circumstance,;and also the excess of normal earthquake energies over those of in~*termediate and deep ones, is due to the .9- ct the genesis ofi~~earthquakes is connected with sources fa u lying beyond the earth.'--16 references. /-Abstracter's note: Com- plete translation.-7 Card 2/2 S/169/62/000/006/065/093 D228/:)304 Sy-ins,--Jy, A. D. ues-LIon of using microseisrans in weather forecasting a-~ ".1irriyy 2Z,-TODTC~!_L: -He 'erat iv-nyy zhurnal, Geo.-L"izika, no. 6, 1962, 40, ab- s-~rac-u 63266 (T11form. byul. Sov. anzarkt. ekspeditsii, no. 29, 1961, 33-38) -43rosa~lszs a-e understood to be surface Rayleigh- and Love- -~ype v;a-vcs, fn -,.'--e crust as a result of sea and ocean gales a_-id soraad_`-n,~- a-u a ve--iocity o--:' -3 km./sec. Microseismic vibrations 0'.-Isz colllllnuous_,Y; --ale-Jr amnlitudes k, and periods T vary in time. 2or MICfosels::13 Wi-zh T,;~5 sec and 2A41. ju represent the nor- -7- a-cered sources. When 2AN >T/j, it is possible to bac-~-gro,_,,nd -Lc sc soea ,:r~ 07 a se-is.-.,iic storm or so-called gale microseisms. Microseis- mic szo=s ap,~ear w.henever cyclones pass, or the wind speed increa- Ses, in ocean. a-. a suz^f~'iciently close distance to the coast. -T-I-Ie lar'se.- -Uha amplitude of microseisms, the closer, the deep~-r ri ~.ard 112 0 S/169/62/000/006/065/093 o u S i -- rg D226/D304 an t'l-e mo-re -inzense -L.-Yie cyclones. Short-oeriod nicroseisms (T -,,ei~) rc-flect ihe st-a-ue of the weather and the swell in a COIL~A,,A. and urk) gonorated only vd1hin mainland shal- Dr~~5 - 1U sec), bein,,,,, gencrated shallows or a' 'heir edges, depend on. the state of U C: over extensive ocean regions. A number of synoptic ilius-,.rating the location of cyclones in comparison with t-*--e- d' ---.-a a,oou-u microsaisms according to observations at Mirnyy, are 6-ven, . - 1-. -4, s noted that the cited regularities doe not comple- ze-,v settle t.,,.e cuestion o--:' the relation of microseisms to the -ieather. 'bstracter's note: Complete translation. 7 3/203/63/003/001/017/022 Ao6l/A126. AUTHORt Sytinskiy, A. D. TITLE: Contemporary tectonic movements as one of the manifestations. of the solar activity PERIODICAL: Geomagnetizm i aeronomiya, v. 3, no. '1, 1963, 148 156 TEXT.- The attempt is made to explain some geotectonic movements by both internal and external causes. The study is restricted to the causes of the variations of the angular velocity of the Earth. The rela- tionship between solar activity and an.-Ular velocity is indicated: the angular velocity decreases as the solar activity increases. In a study of seismic data and data of the solar acti,~ity over the past sixty years V, a relationship is found-betweem an eleven-year seismic activity and the cycles of solar activity. The seismic activity increases during the ex- tretaes of the eleven-year solar cycle. Most of thp strong earthquakes take place two to three days after the passage ?f punspots through the central solar meridian. Whenever there occur earthquakes being thus Card 112 r S/203/63/003/001/0-17/022 Contemporarp tectonic movementp A041/A126 related to sunspots, no magneiic storms are observed. If magnetic storms produced by sunspots arise, no-earthquakes occura zCosmic rays are'c'said to shed light on electromagnbtic conditions in theccircumterrestrihl. space. There are 4 figures and 1 ta))I~e. L ASSOCIATION:: Arkticheskiy iiantarkticheskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut (Arctic* and Antarctic Scientific Research Institute) SUBMITTED: April 10, 1962.- I L tard 2/2 A VORCROV, P.S.; GAKKELI, Ya.Ya.; SYTINSKIYI A-D- Possible effect of the earth's rotation forces on the morpho- logical structure of the Arctic and the Antarctic. Frobl. Arkt. i Antarkt. no.10:17-26 162. (MM 16S2) (Earth-Rotation) (Arctic regions-Geomorphology) (Antarctic regions-Goomorphology) - SYTINSKIY, A.D.; CHUXANIN, K.I. Atmospheric circulation in the northern Atlan~i,~ and microseisms in Pulkovo. Iz-.r. AN SSM. Ser. geofiz. no.8-.1238-1239 Ag 163. (KM 16:9) 1. Arkticheskiy i antarktichaskiy nauchno-issiedovatel'skiy institut. Predstavleno chlenom redaktsionnoy- kollegii Izvastiy AN SSSR, Seriya goofizicheskaya, Yo.F.Savarenskim. (Pulkovo--Sei smome try) (Atlantic Ocean-Atmosphere) SYTINSKIY, A.D., mladshiy nauchnyy sotrudnik Supposed seismicity of the earth a,-d the zone south of 400 S in the period of the International Year of Quiet Sun. Inform.biul.Sov.antark. eksp. no.42:333-35 1103. (MIRA 17:1) I. Arkticheskiy 1 antarkticheflkiy nauchno-issledovatel'skiy institut. 3'f,T f mllsF' A m Iwl i h ty rixi uo f i na r- ~ I ~ In -'k of the atmospheric Circulation j,, r on.~ -m j-,n tY,,,, of tile Sollvit~rr. and Ec-m-aphcres and their cause. .1 rLf c rip, . bbil, ~!r, Lark i-, kL~:-~. nn,44 163. NIRA 17--4) ~Yitaretchcskly -SYTIMMY.-A.D. Recent tectonic morvements as one of the manifestations of w1ar activity. Goemag. i aer- 3 no.1:148-156 Ja-F 163. 16:4) 1, Arkticheskiy i antarktichepkiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut. (Sun) (Geology,, Structural) SYTINSKIY, A.D. Possibility of the e0fect of solar acti-Aty on the seismicity of the earth. Biul.Sov. po seism. no.15:47-5-2 '63. (MIRA 17:4) SYTINSKIY A D - TRIPOLINIKOV, V. P. Some results of studies on the natural vibrations of the ice fields of central Antarctica. Izv. AN SSSR,Sergeofiz. no. 4: 615-621 Ap 164. (MIRA 17:5) 1. Arkticheskiy Iantarkticheskiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut. S Y'r I ~j ": K TV , j', , I) . - I Atir,--sp~eric procc--vse3 a,3 R Wchan"S.T- of the effect of solar a,Aivity on -,,bennmena. T-,r;!:I. Mll MSR 155 mx 16,11. OERA 17t4) 1. lIz-Ar-fa-zlem, .9kademikom 1%I.Sheborbakovyin. .~~TTINSKIY it 1;. --.- Hydromet-rological conditions governing the generalion of microseiams. Seism. isal. no.6:37-47 165. (MIRA 18,91' j-z S-, ~dc GUDKOVICII, Z.M.; SYTINSKIY, A.D. Same results of observations on tidal phenomena in the Arctic basin by means of tiltmeters. Okeanologiia 5 no.5:819-824 165. (MIRA 18-.13.) 1. Arkticheskiy i antarktichesly nauchno-iss1adovate1'L'.:iy institut. L 40018-M 7k_&d_Rk.77AP6005 EW (1) GW 990 SOURCE CODE: UR/0213/65/005/005/0819/0824 AUTHOR: ~udkovich,_~. M.; S insk 6RG: Arctic and Antarctic Scientific Research Institute ( rkticheskiy i a~tarktiches- kiy nauchno-issledovatellskiy institut) .V TITLE: Some results of the observations of tide phenomena in the Arctic'Basin using tiltmeters SOURCE: Okeanologiya, v. 5, no. 5, 1965, 819-824 TOPIC TAGS: ocean 2Lvnam~s\r//_cean tide, sea ice, angle measurement instrument , 0 ABSTRACT: Changes in the inclination of an ice flow were investigated at North-Pole-1 drift station from April to May 1962, using the Bonchkovskiy tiltmeter described by Bonchkovskiy (1940) and Savarenskiy and Kirnos (1955). The measuring device was mounted on bricks frozen into ice. The device's speed of registration was 3 mm/h and its sensitivity was 0.3tsec/mm. The inclination changes of short duration were elimi- nated using the Ural-2 computer and the Pertsev analytical method (Pertsev, 1959). The monthly series of tiltmeter observations were analyzed using harmonic analysis and short-period oscillations. The data show that the magnitude of the lunar semidiurnal tide in the area of observation is 63 cm and the cotidal hour of the maximum angle of inclination is equal to' 1.5 h, which agrees well with the earlier cotidal data given b. 551.466.7(268.5/9) 4 AP6028354 SOURCE CODE: Mi/0203/66/006/001;/0726/0732 AUTHOR: Sytinskiy, A. D. Y-S- ORG: Arctic and Antarctic Scientitic Research Institute (Arkticheakiy i,, antarkticheskiy nauchno-issledavatellskiy institut) TITLE: Mechanism of influence of solar activity on the atmosphere and lithosphere of the earth SOURCE: Geomagnetizm i aeronomiya, v. 6, no. 4, 1966, 726-732 _WY,r4_"V 4.f._ -, .'.. 111 6', ,TOPIC TAGS: solar activity, solar corpuscular radiation, peismicity, planetary atmosphere, seismic phenomenon, seismic forecasting ABSTRACT: It is shown t4A the planetary atmospheric processes are the link con- necting earth seismicity~trith solar activity. Increases in solar_corpuscular radial tion jtncrease the -potential energy of the atmosphere and decrease its kinetic ener As Oresult of these changes, normal atmospheric motion, established by the -tempera~.- ture gradients Jn the troposphere, is disrupted, This, in turn, causes a redistri- bution of the atmospheric mass around the globe and a consequent disturbance of the,, figure of the earth. The angular moment of the atmosphere remains unchanged in the-K process. It is concluded that the mean capacity of internal ener sources is 1-Z.' . 97 orders of magnitude smaller than the mean capacity due to solar activity. Exampiesy of strong earthquakes are explained by peculiarities of atmospheric pressure vari4ia Card 1/2 UDC: 523.745:551.51:551.14 MW CBTRETSOVkp I.B.; SYTINBKIYI.~.A. Study of the glutamic decarbarcylase activity in the brain of rats following the introductiftof strychnine and isonicotinic acid hydrazide. Ukr. biokhim. zhur. 36 no. 4:593-5cf7 164. (MIRA 18:12) 1. laboratoriya khimii belka Leningradskogo gosudarstvennogo universiteta. Submitted August 25p 1963. AVENIROVA, Ye.D.; SAVIN, B.M.;_�YTINSKIY, I.A. Effect of oVgen starvation and acceleration cn the contert of glutaminic and r-aminobutyric acid in brain tissues. Vop. med. khim. 10 no.6,595-600 N-D 164. (MIM 19:1) V 1. Laboratoriya khimii belka Leningradskogo universitela i kafedra aviatsionnoy meditsiny Voyenno-meditsinakoy ordena Len!na akademii imeni Kirova, Leningrad. LYONG TAN CHYONG; NGUYEN JGIYU CHANI; LYONG TAN TKHANI; NGUYEN TKHI TKHINI; SYTINSKIY, I.A. Hematologic and chemical analysis of the blood in different brain parts of monkeys following Y --irradiation. Radiobiolocri-ta 5 no.2:26&274 165, (KRA 18:12) 1.,Khanoyskly universitet, Institut radiologii i Boltnitsa Bei-May Demokraticheskoy Respubliki Wyetnam i Leningradskiy gosudarstvennyy universitet. 3 1 T 11.1%, iY' I. ~ . SYTINSKIY, I.A.--"Changes in the Adenosinetriphosphoric Acid System in the Tissue of the Brain in the Presence of Variyis Functional States of the Central Nervous System."(Dissertations In Science And Engineering At USSR Higher Educational Institutions). (34). Acad Med 3ci USSR, Inst Experimental Medicine. Leningrad, 1955. SC): EDjjh_qaya Letopis, No. 34, 20 August 1955 * For Qio :)e!,ree of C~-indldute Ji Riolojeal .13~-!I~,nce:3 AT tiMm iutlei, Aw biW de tediWl P!R -ADP Od6ihtW4 uwmi -~Wje 89 e'vi, Ica': In man 1. -A. LAPINSKAYA, Ye.M., - Varintion of ion transfer numbers in pores of isolated guin4ft pig skin under different physiologicai conditions [with summ'ar7 in English]. Biofizika 3 no.3:371-374 158 (MIRA 11:6) 1. Gosudarstvennyy Yestestvenno-nauchnyy institut im. P.P. Leegnfta. Leningrad.- (SKIN) (ELBGTROPHYS IOU)GY) VLADIMIROV, O.Ye. (deceased); MEZESH, V.; MYULIBERG# A.A.; SYTINSKIY# I.A. Slectrophoretic separation of soluble proteins of the bi*in on paper and on an agar block. Nerv. sist. no. 2:3-10 160. (MIRA 14:4) (PROTEINS'IN THE BODY) (PAPER ELECTROPHOREISIS) VEWHCHAGIN, S.M.; SYTINSKIY, I.A. Physiological effects of 46 no.10;1287-.1292 0 160. ( -eminobutyric acid. Fiziol. zhur. (MIR& 13 - 11) (BUTYRIC ACID) (INHIBITION) VEUSHGHA-GIN, S.M.; FK~TINSKlr, I.A. Iffect of gammg-aminobutyric acid and beta-alanine on the motor and bioelectric activity of annelid ganglia. DoklAX SSSR 132 no-5:1213-1215 Je 160. (XU 13:6) 1. Fiziologicheskiy institut im. A.A. Ukhtomskogo, Leningradekogo gosudaretvennogo universiteta im. A.A. Zhdanova. Predstavleno akademikom Te.N. Pavlovokimo (BUTYRIC ACID) (AL&NINE) (MVOUS STSTSK-WORKS) tie SYTINSKIY, I. A., ~AADjMjAqGV' G. Y., KYUIBM, A. A., MEZESH, V., (U.%R) IfThe Flectrophoretic Separktion of Cerebral Proteins and Uppproteins." Report presented at the 5th Int'l. Cmgress, Moscow, 10-16 Aug 1961m VLADIMIROV, G.Ye. 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