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On the Rotational Diffusion of Molecules

The Debye model of rotational diffusion by small angular steps is generalized to allow molecular reorientation through angular steps of arbitrarily large size. The generalized diffusion models are found to give a rather accurate representation of molecular...

Viscosities of binary liquid mixtures

Viscosities at 25°C have been measured at different molar concentrations for fourteen binary liquid systems representing different types and degrees of interaction between unlike components. Excess viscosities tend to become less negative and then increasingly...

The Crabtree Effect: A Regulatory System in Yeast

SUMMARY: When Saccharomyces cerevisiae is growing exponentially on glucose or fructose as carbon plus energy source, and in the presence of air, the glucose degradation proceeds mainly via aerobic fermentation. When the yeast is growing on mannose or...

Stimulation of insulin secretion by amino acids.

John C. Floyd, Stefan S. Fajans, Jerome W. Conn, Ralph F. Knopf, Rull Ja

On Context-Free Languages

In this report, certain properties of context-free (CF or type 2) grammars are investigated, like that of Chomsky. In particular, questions regarding structure, possible ambiguity and relationship to finite automata are considered. The following results...

The Estimation of Probabilities: An Essay on Modern Bayesian Methods

I. J. Good, Ian Hacking, Richard C. Jeffrey, Håkan Törnebohm

The Politics of the Budgetary Process.

Jonas Prager, Aaron Wildavsky

Specification of Molecular Chirality

R. S. Cahn, Vladimir Prelog

Ferroelectric lithium niobate. 4. Single crystal neutron diffraction study at 24°C ☆

The atomic positions in LiNbO3 obtained by Shiozaki and Mitsui from polycrystal neutron scattering differ at a high significance level from those determined by single crystal X-ray methods in the preceding paper. The present single crystal neutron scattering...

VELOCITY SPACE DIFFUSION FROM WEAK PLASMA TURBULENCE IN A MAGNETIC FIELD.

The quasi‐linear velocity space diffusion is considered for waves of any oscillation branch propagating at an arbitrary angle to a uniform magnetic field in a spatially uniform plasma. The space‐averaged distribution function is assumed to change...

Inorganic polyphosphates in biology: structure, metabolism, and function.

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Information Value Theory

The information theory developed by Shannon was designed to place a quantitative measure on the amount of information involved in any communication. The early developers stressed that the information measure was dependent only on the probabilistic structure...

Dual functional asymmetry of the brain in visual perception

Verbal and nonverbal stimuli were presented to normal subjects by means of a tachistoscope. The method employed was that of successive random presentation to either the left or the right visual half-field. Letters were more accurately identified in the...

The effect of epinephrine on immunoreactive insulin levels in man

Daniel Porte, Graber Al, Takeshi Kuzuya, Rob Williams

Notes on Doppler-shift lifetime measurements

By use of the universal scattering cross section derived by Lindhard et al., the velocity of an ion in a scattering medium is calculated as a function of time. The effect of both electronic and atomic collisions is included. In addition, the average scattering...

Ischemic Heart Disease, Atherosclerosis, and Longevity

John W. Gofman, Wei Young, Robert Tandy

‘Nude’, a new hairless gene with pleiotropic effects in the mouse

‘Nude’, a new hairless gene with pleiotropic effects in the mouse

Distribution of Wild Wheats and Barley

If we accept the evidence at face value, we are led to conclude that emmer was probably domesticated in the upper Jordan watershed and that einkorn was domesticated in southeast Turkey. Barley could have been domesticated almost anywhere within the arc...

Control of Enzymatic Synthesis of Adrenaline in the Adrenal Medulla by Adrenal Cortical Steroids

SUMMARY The activity of phenylethanolamine N-methyltransferase, the enzyme that catalyzes the N-methylation of noradrenaline to form adrenaline, falls following hypophysectomy. Enzyme activity can be restored by injections of adrenocorticotropic hormone...

Carbonate Identification and Genesis as Revealed by Staining

A staining procedure consisting of preliminary etching with dilute hydrochloric acid, treatment with a mixed solution of alizarin red-S and potassium ferricyanide, and a final treatment with alizarin red-S alone (Dickson, 1965) permits the distinction...

Possible mechanism for the spontaneous rupture of thin, free liquid films

The stability of a free, thin liquid film against small, spontaneous thickness fluctuations is explored. The film is unstable with respect to fluctuations with wavelengths larger than a critical wavelength Λc=[–2π2γ/(d2V/dh2)]½, where γ is the...

Conservatism in a simple probability inference task

3 experiments investigated the effects on posterior probability estimates of: (1) prior probabilities, amount of data, and diagnostic impact of the data; (2) payoffs; and (3) response modes. Ss usually behaved conservatively, i.e., the difference between...

The connexions of the septum.

The connexions of the septum.

The Theory and Computation of Knapsack Functions

In earlier papers on the cutting stock problem we indicated the desirability of developing fast methods for computing knapsack functions. A one-dimensional knapsack function is defined by: \documentclass{aastex} \usepackage{amsbsy} \usepackage{amsfonts}...

Generalized constitutive relations for incremental deformation of metal crystals by multislip

A general, type of cross-coupling between glide and hardening on different slip-systems is proposed. Its implications in regard to the character of the connexion between the overall stress-rate and strain-rate in multislip are investigated. Uniqueness...

Control of Heart Rate by the Autonomic Nervous System STUDIES IN MAN ON THE INTERRELATION BETWEEN BARORECEPTOR MECHANISMS AND EXERCISE

The control of heart rate by the autonomic nervous system was investigated in conscious human subjects by observing the effects of /3-adrenergic blockade with propranolol, of parasympathetic blockade with atropine, and of combined sympathetic and parasympathetic...

WAVE BOUNDARY LAYERS AMD FRICTION FACTORS

In the last two decades the problem of wave height damping due to bottom friction has received increasing attention among near-shore oceanographers. This fact is reflected in the wealth of papers on the subject; the list of references given herein presents...

Laser beams and resonators

This paper is a review of the theory of laser beams and resonators. It is meant to be tutorial in nature and useful in scope. No attempt is made to be exhaustive in the treatment. Rather, emphasis is placed on formulations and derivations which lead to...

Psychology and religion

C. G. (Carl Gustav) Jung

Photosynthesis by isolated chloroplasts.

R.G. Jensen, James A. Bassham

Relative deprivation and social justice : a study of attitudes to social inequality in twentieth-century England

Relative deprivation and social justice : a study of attitudes to social inequality in twentieth-century England

On the Analytical Mechanics of Chemical Reactions. Quantum Mechanics of Linear Collisions

The classical mechanics of chemically reactive linear collisions is investigated for vibrationally near‐adiabatic reactions. A coordinate system which passes smoothly from one suited to the reactants to one suited to the products is used. The Hamilton—Jacobi...

A simplified method of sample preparation for determination of tritium, carbon-14, or sulfur-35 in blood or tissue by liquid scintillation counting

A safe method has been described by which animal fluids, including whole blood, or animal tissues (including whole bone), may be solubilized into colorless, stable liquid scintillation samples and measured for content of tritium, sulfur-35, or carbon-14...

Tetranitromethane. A reagent for the nitration of tyrosyl residues in proteins.

Mordechai Sokolovsky, James F. Riordan, Bert L. Vallee

An iterative method for the identification of nonlinear systems using a Hammerstein model

An iterative method is proposed for the identification of nonlinear systems from samples of inputs and outputs in the presence of noise. The model used for the identification consists of a no-memory gain (of an assumed polynomial form) followed by a linear...

An iron-binding protein common to many external secretions

The iron-binding protein characteristic of milk, here called lactoferrin, has been demonstrated to occur in saliva, nasal secretions, tears, bronchial mucus, hepatic bile, pancreatic juice, seminal fluid, female cervical mucus and urines.It is suggested...

Proton Resonance Shift of Water in the Gas and Liquid States

Temperature‐dependencemeasurements have been made on the chemical shift of the proton of a water molecule in the liquid state and in the gas state at varying pressure. The problem of relating these experimental data to the intermolecular forces leading...

Polylactic Acid for Surgical Implants

R. K. Kulkarni, K. C. Pani, C.H. Neuman, Fred Leonard

Mortality Patterns in Mammals

Methods of obtaining life table data are outlined and the assumptions implicit in such treatment are defined. Most treatments assume a stationary are distribution, but published methods of testing the stationary nature of a single distribution are invalid....

Learning and limbic lesions

A model is presented which identifies the amygdala and hippocampus with two distinct attention-directing processes. The process to which the amygdala contributes is postulated to heighten awareness of experiences as a function of previous reinforcement,...

The influence of culture on visual perception

Marshall H. Segall, Donald T. Campbell, Melville J. Herskovits

PROPAGATOR MATRICES IN ELASTIC WAVE AND VIBRATION PROBLEMS

The boundary value problems most frequently encountered in studies of elastic wave propagation in stratified media can be formulated in terms of a finite number of linear, first order, ordinary differential equations with variable coefficients. Volterra...

Cognitive effects of false heart-rate feedback.

This experiment was concerned with some of the cognitive effects of internal events. The objective was to ascertain whether the labeling of emotional stimuli would be affected by information concerning internal reactions. Ss viewed 10 slides of seminude...

Behavior of carbon dioxide and other volatiles on Mars.

We have found that a rather simple thermal model of the Martian surface, in combination with current observations of the atmospheric composition, points strongly toward the conclusion that the polar caps of Mars consist almost entirely of frozen CO_2....

Specification and estimation of Cobb-Douglas production function models

In this paper we consider the specification and estimation of the Cobb-Douglas production function model. After reviewing the "traditional" specifying assumptions for the model which are based on deterministic profit maximization, we develop a model in...

Limited forms of angiitis and granulomatosis of Wegener's type

Sixteen patients with angiitis and granulomatosis are described, all with massive pulmonary lesions characteristic of Wegener's granulomatosis and seven with extrapulmonary lesions. In none thus far has glomerulitis developed. This experience suggests...

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The Isodendritic Core of the Brain Stem

According to their degree of morphological specialization, the cell populations of the brain stem may be classified into three groups: isodendritic, allD­ dendritic and idiodendritic. The isodendritic neurons, or generalized neurons, are the most frequently...

Thermodynamic and Conformational Properties of Polystyrene. I. Light‐Scattering Studies on Dilute Solutions of Linear Polystyrenes

The results of an extensive study of some dilute solution properties of a series of linear, homogeneous (anionically prepared) polystyrenes (4.8<10−4 M<440) over a wide temperature interval (10°

A new system of multiple-lead exercise electrocardiography.

1. 1. An electrode placement system is described which permits the recording of 12-lead electrocardiograms of excellent quality during exercise as well as at rest which closely resemble records derived from the standard peripheral position for limb lead...

MENSTRUAL BLOOD LOSS-A POPULATION STUDY

Studies of the menstrual blood loss have been performed before by several authors. Usually these investigations have been based on small and selected series, involving hospital personnel or students. Early reports on menstrual blood loss were reviewed...

Newer anatomy of the liver and its variant blood supply and collateral circulation

Ten basic types of hepatic blood supply, the sources of single and dual cystic arteries and of aberrant left and right hepatics, and twenty-six collateral pathways to the liver are described on the basis of 200 dissections. Segmentation of liver and intrahepatic...

The stone skeleton

An investigation of the behaviour of masonry construction using the limit theorems of plastic design and considering masonry as statically determinate the performance of voussoir arches, vaults and domes are noted while the flying buttress and rib vaults...

On "A method for simplifying linear dynamic systems"

Often it is possible to represent physical systems by a number of simultaneous linear differential equations with constant coefficients, \dot{x} = Ax + r but for many processes (e.g., chemical plants, nuclear reactors), the order of the matrix A may be...

Isotope geochemistry of sedimentary sulfates

Anhydrite, gypsum and other sulfates were sampled from a wide range of origins, differing in: geological age, mineralogy, stage of evaporation, inland basin or oceanic facies, and primary or replacement crystallization. For sulfates of oceanic origin,...

Isolation of the lac repressor.

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Biochemistry of parasites

Von Brand, Theodor

Quantitative Estimation of Split Products of Fibrinogen in Human Serum, Relation to Diagnosis and Treatment

Split products of fibrinogen and fibrin are found in the sera of patients with defibrination syndrome and/or fibrinolysis. They may result from spontaneous (primary) fibrinolysis or secondary fibrinolysis of intravascular fibrin deposits.The split products...

EXTINCTION‐INDUCED AGGRESSION

Nathan H. Azrin, R. R. Hutchinson, D. F. Hake

Geographic distribution of the Pines of the world.

William B. Critchfield, E. L. Little

Electrode for sensing fluoride ion activity in solution

Electrodes constructed from single-crystal sections of rare earth fluorides respond to fluoride ion activity over more than five orders of magnitude and show a high selectivity for fluoride over other common anions. These electrodes can be used for either...

The Solubility of Intramuscular Collagen in Meat Animals of Various Ages

SUMMARYThe percentage of total intramuscular collagen solubilized by heating in 1/4-strength Ringer's solution, muscles from 98 cattle, 15 sheep, and 9 pigs at 77°C for 1 hour decreased as chronological age increased. Total intramuscular collagen was...

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