volume 155 number 1 January-February
On Some Analogies of Cantor-Lebesgue Theorem
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili,
Abstract. In the present paper some analogies for one and multiple dimensions of the Cantor-Lebesgue theorem are given, and also the convergence is understood in Pringsheim's and bounded sense.
Key words: CONVERGENCE, PRINGSHEIM'S SENSE, BOUNDED SENSE, LINEARLY INDEPENDENT SYSTEM.
On the Carleman Singularity
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili,
Abstract. The paper deals with the question as to what extent the best approximation of a continuous function with a Carleman singularity can be good.
Key words: CARLEMAN SINGULARITY, CARLEMAN'S RESULT, BANACH SINGULARITY.
Some Properties of Bases in Orlicz Spaces
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili,
Abstract. The questions of equivalence and comparison of multipliers for trigonometric and Walsh bases in Orlicz spaces are considered.
Key words: ORLICZ SPACES, WALSH SYSTEM, TRIGONOMETRIC SYSTEMS.
A Note on the Divergence Speed of Rectangular Averages of Functions from LF (L)(R 2)
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili,
ABSTRACT. Results referring to the
question of divergence speed of rectangular averages of functions from classes LF (L)(R 2), Lln+L(R2) Ì LF (L)´
´ (R 2) Ì L'(R 2) are obtained in the present paper.
Key words: DIFFERENTIATION OF INTEGRALS, DIVERGENCE SPEED, RECTANGULAR AVERAGES.
II-Categories. Adjunction and Equivalence
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy
Abstract. For any objects a, b, c, d and morphisms the arrows from f to g are considered. They are called the second ordered arrows (simply II-arrows). The objects, 1-arrows, II-arrows under the h- and v-compositions form double category with antidiscrete structure on v-arrows. The adjunction, equivalence and their connections with other II-categorical notions are described.
Key words: II-CATEGORY, II-ARROWS, EQUIVALENCE OF OBJECTS, ADJUNCTION.
On H(C, a , 2) and (C, a ) Summability of Fourier Series Over Generalized Spherical Functions of Lp(S 3) Class Functions
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, May 2, 1996
Abstract. In this article the sufficient properties of H(C, a , r) and (C, a ) summability of the Fourier series over generalized spherical functions for the function of a Lp(S3) class are established.
Key words: FOURIER SERIES, CESAROS METHOD GENERALIZED SPHERICAL FUNCTIONS.
The Classes of Functions and (C, a ) Summability of a Fourier series according to the System of Generalized Spherical Functions
Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, November 4, 1996
Abstract. The theorems given in the article enable us to judge the properties of the functions f(J ,j ) defined on S 3 to (C, a ) means of a Fourier series of this function according to the system of generalized spherical functions. Let S 3 denote the surface of a single sphere in R 3 with the centre in the origin of coordinates.
Key words: FOURIER SERIES, GENERALIZED SPHERICAL FUNCTIONS, (C, a ) MEAN
The Dirichlet Problem for a Second Order Elliptic Systems With Parabolic Degeneration on a Part of Boundary
Presented by Academician T.Burchuladze, November 21, 1996
ABSTRACT. The Dirichlet problem is considered for a second order elliptic systems with, degeneration on some part of a boundary. The uniqueness and existence theorems are proved.
Key words: DIRICHLET PROBLEM, ELLIPTIC SYSTEMS, EXTREMUM PRINCIPLE.
The Mixed Boundary Value Problem of the Thermoelastic Pseudo-Oscillations
Presented by Academician T.Burchuladze, November 4, 1996
Abstract. The investigation deals with the mixed boundary value problem of the thermoelastic pseudo-oscillations for homogeneous anisotropic bodies (on one part of the boundary of the elastic body the displacement vector and the temperature are given, while on the other part of the boundary the thermostress vector and the heat flux are prescribed). Applying the potencial method and the theory of pseudodifferential equations on manifold with boundary the uniqueness and existence theorems are proved, and the almost optimal Ca -regularity results are obtained with 0 < a < 1/2.
Key words: THERMOELASTIC PSEUDO-OSCILLATIONS, ANISOTROPIC BODIES, PSEUDODIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS.
The Fourier Analysis and Disclosing of the Indefiniteness by Decomposition on Prolate Spheroidal Wave Functions
Presented by Academician V.Chavchanidze, October 1, 1996
ABSTRACT. The paper furnishes evidence for the identity of the systems of real eigenfunctions of the Fourier operator and differential operator of prolate spheroidal wave functions. The real eigen function of the Fourier operator are shown to form the complete system coinciding with the double orthogonal system of the operator and for their tabulation along the entire axis one may use the known results by Landau H.J., Slepian D.D., Pollack H.O.
Key words: FOURIER ANALYSIS, EIGEN FUNCTION, PROLATE SPHEROIDAL WAVE FUNCTION.
Decision Support System for Georgian Power Grid Diagnosing
Presented by Academician V.Chavchanidze, September 6, 1996
Abstract. The paper is devoted to a decision-making problem in diagnostic tasks under the fuzzy initial information. The decision support system is applied to the Georgian power grid diagnostic problem. The approach is based both on the complex method using the technique of the theory of expertons and fuzzy discrimination analysis, and on the modified fuzzy connectivity analysis. The advantage of the new approach is that the new complex method provides an analysis of the causal relationships between the concepts both in a knowledge base and in inference as well.
Key words: DISPATCH CONTROL, MODIFIED DISCRIMINATION AND CONNECTIVITY ANALYSES.
H.Abbasi, M.Rouhani, D.Tskhakaya, Corr. Member of the Academy N.Tsintsadze
The Supersonic Soliton with Trapped Electrons
Presented January 27, 1997
ABSTRACT. The influence of electron trapping on the propagation of electrosound wave is investigated. Under certain conditions the trapped particles destroy the stationary soliton.
Key words: SOLITON, TRAPPED PARTICLE.
Holes, QSOs and Galaxies from the Point
of their Evolutionary Ties
to the Memory of Academician
V I C T O R A M B A R T S U M I A N
Presented by Academician E.Kharadze, February 27, 1997
ABSTRACT. The hypothesis about a large scale structure of the Universe and the point of view about the Quasars as early stages of galaxies are suggested. It is underlined the common evolutionary way of the Universe from more dense condition to less one. The opinion about the principle identity of the large scale Singularity before the Big Bang of the Universe and the local Singularities in form of Black Holes is expressed.
Key words: BIG BANG, BLACK HOLES, QUASARS, HUBBLE CONSTANT, UNIVERSE’S SINGULARITIES.
Main Results of Tiltmetric and Strainmetric Investigations of Geodynamical Processes in the Inguri HPS Area
Presented by Academician B.Balavadze, September 9, 1996
Abstract. A wide complex of geophysical monitoring of recent geodynamical processes was carried out at the Inguri HPS for the first time in hydro-engineering construction practice in Georgia. The obtained results have a high theoretical and practical value.
Key words: TILTMETRIC, STRAINMETRIC, INGURI HPS, MONITORING.
Numerical Model of the Radioactive Products Transformation and Fall out for the Caucasian Region
Presented by Academician B.Balavadze, September 11, 1996
Abstract. A regional numerical model of transporting and dispersion of the radioactive products after the Chernobil accident for the Caucasian region is discussed in this article. The influence of the wind speed and the turbulence on forming the contamination on the surface of the ground layers is studied here.
Key words: ATMOSPHERE, RADIOACTIVE PRODUCTS, METEOROLOGI-CAL PROCESSES.
To the Study of Hydrodynamic Equation of Atmosphere Zonal Model on the Territory of the Caucasus
Presented by Academician B. Balavadze, December 20, 1996
ABSTRACT. On the basis of hydrodynamic equation study the nature of a wide variety of regional and local atmosphere processes have been investigated. A mechanism of their peculiarities which has long been known in synoptic practice is explained.
The obtained data can be applied on the mentioned territory in order to make more precise forecast of atmospheric processes and weather. These data are also available to explain some climatic peculiarities of regional processes and phenomena.
Key words: HYDRODYNAMIC EQUATION, ATMOSPHERE.
General and Inorganic Chemistry
G.Supatashvili, N.Takaishvili, G.Macharadze
Solubility of Gypsum and Anhydrite in Water and Water Solutions of Electrolytes
Presented by Academician G.Tsintsadze, November 7, 1996
ABSTRACT. The solubility and solubility kinetics of crystallohydrates of CaSO4 and its a -, b - and g - modifications were investigated by conductometric method. It was established, that primarily the oversaturated solutions of CaSO4× 0.5 H2O and g - CaSO4 are formed with concentration of CaSO4 6.4g/l. The influence of ionic strength and same name ion on the solubility of gypsum was studied. The solubility product of CaSO4 (SA = 4.2× 10-5) and its complexed share (57% from the total concentration) were also calculated.
Key words: SOLUBILITY, SOLUBILITY PRODUCT, CONDUCTIVITY GIPSUM.
Algebraic Characterization of Azo-Hydrazo and Allene-Acetylene Tautomerism
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy L.Khananashvili, June 3, 1996
ABSTRACT. The algebraic method of organic compounds notation in the form of ANB - matrices is considered; their diagonal elements represent the atomic numbers of chemical elements, whereas nondiagonal ones - the multiplicities of chemical bonds. Algebraic characterization of azo-hydrazo and allene-acetylene tautomerism is given in terms of this method.
Key words: ALLENE-ACETYLENE TAUTOMERISM, ALGEBRIC METHOD.
G.Chakhtauri, M.Gverdtsiteli, N.Tsetsadze
ABn Type of Molecules and One Property of Graph "Star"
Presented by Academician K.Japaridze, October 3, 1996
ABSTRACT. Graph "star" describes ABn type molecules. It was proved, that the determinant of the pseudocontiguity matrix of "star" is equal to zero.
Key words: GRAPH, "STAR", DETERMINANT, ZERO.
N.Tsibakhashvili, V.Barnov, L.Mosulishvili
Express-Method of Determination of Water Content in Essential Oils
Presented by Academician T.Andronikashvili, November 15, 1996
ABSTRACT. The most optimal chromotographic parameters on column with 15% carbovax 20 M in a number of essential oils are established. In some samples a high concentration of undesirable substance i.e. water is discovered.
Key words: ESSENTIAL OILS, IMPURITY, GAS-LIQUID CHROMATOGRAPHY
A Parametric Model for the Construction of the Topological Indices of Information Type
Presented by Academician T.Andronikashvili, October 9, 1996
ABSTRACT. The problem of Non-Quantitative Structure - Property Relationship (NQSPR) is argued in the present paper. The model of the information index on the base of distance matrix was expanded for the molecules containing heteroatoms and cycles by using K parameter of HMO. The efficiency of the new model was demonstrated for some compounds. The directions of further investigations were outlined.
Key words: MOLECULAR GRAPHS, SHANON ENTROPHY, HETEROATOMS, CYCLES, HÜCKEL PARAMETER.
Voltammetry of Cr(6+) in Mixed Water-Organic Media
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy L.Japaridze, September 6, 1996
ABSTRACT. It was shown that electrochemical reduction of Cr(6+) in the binary mixtures of water with acetone, acetonitrile, dimethylformamide and pyridine is characterized by the peculiarities caused by the increase of viscosity of the mixtures, the shift of the equilibriums between the various forms of Cr(6+), proton resolvation in the concentrated solutions of organic component.
Key words: VOLTAMMETRY, ELECTRODE, POTENTIAL, LIMITING CURRENT, ORGANIC COMPONENTS.
Standard Forms of Formulas of t -Logic
Presented by Academician V.Chavchanidze, January 27, 1997
Abstract. The algorithms reducing formulas to t -conjunctive normal form and t -disjunctive normal form are constructed. These algorithms have the properties of equivalent reformation.
Key words: t - LOGIC, t - CONJUNCTIVE NORMAL FORM, t - DISJUNCTIVE NORMAL FORM, t - OPERATOR.
The Prognosis of Reliability and Efficiency of Multiprocess and Multimachine CS
Presented by Academician V.Chichinadze, September 2, 1996
Abstract. Fundamental indices of the redundant complex joint usage engineering systems considering their reliability in the stadial mode are established. The system is considered as mixed type mass service system (with losses and expectation) with the united queue, common resources and group service. One of the most important features of the computer system (CS) essentially influencing the process of its functioning is the reliability of the apparatus and programmed guarantee. To guarantee the high rate reliability and productivity multiprocess (MPCS) and multimachine CS (MMCS) are produced with the ability of the topological reconfiguration. The technical realization of such systems supposes the usage of several identical processing means functioning under the general control. Each of them can realize different programmes. In case of failure of one functioning block distribution of loads takes place so that CS preserves the capacity of fulfilling more important functions. In case of failure of a separate equipment it's important to preserve the initial productivity envisaging the apparatus and the time redundancy. The presence of the control system is supposed to observe failure in each equipment (block).
Key words: COMPUTER SYSTEM, SERVICE SYSTEM, RELIABILITY, DEMANDS EFFICIENCY.
Academician N. Skhirtladze, I.Akhvlediani, I.Bakashvili
Zeolite Containing Rocks of the Northern Slope of the Trialeti Ridge Within the Bounds of Middle and Upper Parts of the Tedzami River Basin
Presented December 18, 1996
ABSTRACT. Petrographical peculiarities and connected with them character of zeolitic minerals of the Upper Cretaceous and Middle Eocenic formations spread within the bounds of middle and upper parts of the Tedzami basin (northern slope of the Trialeti ridge) are presented in the article on the basis of actual material. The presence of thick layers of newly revealed zeolite-containing rocks and possibility of their exploitation have been shown.
Key words: ZEOLITIC MINERALS, RHYOLITES.
Investigation of Preparation Process of Chromium Diboride and Titanium-Chromium Double Boride and their Technological and Physical-Mechanical Properties
Presented by Academician G.Gvelesiani, June 9, 1996
Abstract. A principally new method was elaborated for preparation of chromium-diboride and lithium-chromium double boride powders by means of magneothermal reduction of chromium chloride and elementary boron, or chromium chloride, elementary boron and titanium mixtures.
Key words: CHROMIUM CHLORIDE, MAGNEOTHERMIA, CHROMIUM-DIBORIDE
New Genera of Algae for Georgia
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy G.Nakhutsrishvili, September 16, 1996
ABSTRACT. During the algological study of the Lagodekhi reserve alpine lakes (3000 m a.s.l.), the lowland of Lagodekhi region (East Georgia) and the bogs of upper reaches of riv. Sakeni (2500 m a.s.l., West Georgia) the following genera of Algae new for Georgia have been revealed - Bumilleria Borzi (division Xanthophyta), Chaetosphaeridium Klebahn, Koliella Hind., Pseudocharacium Korsh., Roya W.et G.S. West and Uronema Lagerh (division Chlorophyta).
Key words: GENERA, ALGAE.
M.Kikvidze, N.Gvamichava, N.Janukashvili, Sh.Chanishvili
Influence of Riboflavin, Gibberelic Acid and 2.4-D on Nitrogen Metabolism in Grapevine
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy N.Nutsubidze, October 24, 1996
Abstract. For studying the role of certain vitamin in plants, hypovitaminosis was induced by means of gibberelic acid and 2.4- D. Influence of this substances on nitrogen forms and nitratreductase activity in leaves of grapevine variety "Goruli mtsvane" was studied. Plants were treated with 0.01% solution of gibberelic acid (GA), 0.002% of 2.4-D and 0.02% of riboflavin, both separately and in combinations. It has been found out, that GA and 2.4-D are responsible for nitrogen metabolism variation in grapevine. Treatment of plants by GA and 2.4-D decreases the total and protein nitrogen content and nitratreductase activity. Disorder in nitrogen metabolism in grapevine induced by named substances is regulated by riboflavin- the coenzyme of nitratreductase.
Key words: GRAPEVINE, RIBOFLAVIN, GA, 2.4-D, FORMS OF NITROGEN
GENETICS AND SELECTION
Interbreedal Hybridization of Sorghum
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy D.Jokhadze, September 16, 1996
ABSTRACT. Phenological, biochemical and breeding experiences were carried out on several graminoid and sugar Sorghum breeds. The present study shows that crossing success between graminoid and sugar Sorghum is not high. However, there is some interesting starting material for selection in F2 and F3 generations.
Key words: SORGHUM, POLLEN, ALBUMIN, PROTEIN, CROSSING.
B.Chumburidze, K.Baramidze, L.Mamaladze
Analysis of Acetylproductive Opium Alkaloids, Ephedrine, Ephedron and their Metabolites by IS and Mass-Spectrometric Methods
Presented by Academician M.Zaalishvili, December 30, 1996
ABSTRACT. It has been reported that for the determination of acetylproductive opium alkoloids,ephedron and their metabolites the mass-spectrometric method has been worked out. On the basis of mass-spectra study mass-fragmentation schemes of ephedron and diacetylmorphine are suggested for the first time.
Key words: ACETYLPRODUCTIVE OPIUM, ALKALOIDS, EPHEDRINE, EPHEDRON.
N.Kotrikadze, I.Bochorishvili, B.Lomsadze, M.Tsartsidze, O.Jishkariani, A.Levashov
Investigation of Enzyme Catalytic Activity in "Inverse" Micellae (Model Systems)
Presented by Academician T.Oniani, August 8, 1996
Abstract. Triple system ("inverse" micellae), simulating membrane environment of enzyme has been studied. Anion SAS (Aerosol OT), synthetic SAS (Brij 56) and natural SAS - lecithin were used for receiving "inverse" micellae. It was found that the inclusion of an enzyme in "inverse" micellae makes the regulation of its activity possible from the point of view of interconnection between the structure and nature of SAS matrix. It is shown that the enzyme activity in micellae environment is far higher than in water solution, and the enzyme, solubilized in "inverse" micellae (acid phosphatase) shows superactivity. The specific interaction between SAS and solubilized enzyme, also inversely proportional dependence of enzyme activity on the SAS concentration are determined. The mechanism of viscotropic regulation of enzyme activity is studied.
Key words: "INVERSE" MICELLAE, ENZYME, LECITHIN
R.Gakhokidze, L.Tabatadze, L.Beriashvili
Influence of Lucreazine on Protein Fractions of Topinambur (Helianthus tuberosus L.) Leaves
Presented by Academician G.Kvesitadze, September 19, 1996
Abstract. Lucreazine stimulates the growth and development of topinambur, increases the total protein content due to globulins of the leaves.
Key words: TOPINAMBUR, PROTEIN, LUCREAZINE.
Z.Kokrashvili, D.Dzidziguri, P.Chelidze
Study of the Effect of Bilateral Adrenalectomy on Functional Activity of Rats Hepatocytes Nuclei
Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy G.Tumanishvili, October 28, 1996
Abstract. Transcriptional and template activity of hepatocytes nuclei on the 1st and 4th days after double-sided adrenalectomy was studied. Considerable decrease of functional activity of nuclei after operation was demonstrated. Decrease of RNA synthesis on the 1st day after operation might be suggested to be due to inactivation of ribosomal genes.
Key words: STEROID HORMONES, GENE EXPRESSION, HEPATOCITES NUCLEI.
T.Mitaishvili, Corr. Member of the Academy D.Ugrekhelidze, Ts.Khoshtaria
Aniline Metabolism in Plants
Presented July 22, 1996
ABSTRACT. The basic ways of aniline transformation in maize, pea and kidney bean sterile seedlings have been investigated. The intermediate product of aniline metabolism, 0-aminophenol was isolated. The studies show that the main metabolic way of aniline detoxication is conjugation with low-molecular peptides.
Key words: PEPTIDES, METABOLISM, ANILINE.
Sh.Ugrekhelidze, B.Tsereteli, L.Bochoridze
Effect of Zineb and Carbendazim on the Alcoholic Fermentation
Presented by Academician T.Andronikashvili, September 3, 1996
ABSTRACT. Low concentration of 14C-zineb and 14C-carbendazim slightly stimulated and high concentration considerably depressed the oxygen uptaking by cultures of yeasts (Saccharomyces vini and Saccharomyces oviformis) under alcoholic fermentation. Only insignificant part of labelled carbon of fungicides was evolved by fermentation as 14CO2. The transformation products of zineb and carbendazim were isolated and identified from fermentation medium. Formation of these products is conditioned by fermentation medium indices and microbiological conversion of mentioned fungicides takes place on an insignificant scale.
Key words: FUNGISIDES, ZINEB, CARBENDAZIM.
Microbiology and Virology
Assimilation of 114C-Oxalacetic Acid by Yeasts under Secondary Alcohol Fermentation
Presented by Corr.-Member of the Academy N.Nutsubidze, December 26, 1996
ABSTRACT. Industrial strain Saccharomyces viniu-39 was used for the fermentation. Carboxilic carbon of studied keton acid, participates in the biosynthesis of biomass main components: proteins and free amino acids. The major part of synthesised compounds in the process of 114C-oxalacetic acid assimilation and biotransformation by yeasts transfers into wine during champagnization. During the process of secondary alcohol fermentation oxalacetic acid undergoes partial decarboxylation.
Key words: YEASTS; WINE; SECONDARY ALCOHOL FERMENTATION; ORGANIC ACID, AMINO ACID.
Penetration and Localization Site of Pathogenetic Fungi in Seeds of Vegetable Cultures
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy G.Nakhutsrishvili, October 2, 1996
Abstract. Penetration, spreading and localization site (i.e. embryo, endosperm, nuclei, skin) of pathogenic fungi in seeds of such vegetable cultures as tomato, eggplant, pepper, cabbage, carrot, onion vary depending on what stage of plant developing it occurs.
Key words: FUNGI, TOMATO, EGGPLANT, PEPPER, CABBAGE, CARROT, ONION.
Ultrastereometrical Peculiarities of Pancreatic B-Cells under the Chronic Glycemic Load during the Aging
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T. Dekanosidze, November 20.1996
ABSTRACT. The chronic glycemic load contributes to volume increase of organelles, involved in secretion of pancreatic B-cells in organizms of all ages and decrease in number of secretory granules, the secretory-extrusive functions intensify and are more prominent in older animals, than in younger ones. At a definite period following the chronic glucose loading the volume and the number of organelles and secretory granules of pancreatic B-cells in adult animals are normalized, whereas the volume and number of the above-mentioned organelles and granules of pancreatic B-cells in old animals are markedly lower as compared with norm. Synthesis of secretion is impeded and secretary stagnation is prominent. There is no sign of becoming normalized. In certain cells the irreversible changes are developed.
Key words: PANCREATIC B-CELLS, GLUCOSE LOADING, AGING.
Stereometrical Peculiarities of Energy-Form
of Pancreatic B-Cells under the Chronic Glycemic Load
During the Aging
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T. Dekanosidze, December 12, 1996
ABSTRACT. Chronic glycemic load in organisms of animals of all ages causes the elevation of volume and number of energy-form ultrastructures in pancreatic B-cells. The activation of ATP synthesis is more prominent in older animals. After loading young animals with glucose in the volume and number of energy-form ultrastructures in pancreatic B-cells are normalized in a certain period of time. The same experiment showed that the volume and number of above-mentioned ultrastructures in old animals for the same period of time are less in comparison with the norm. The activity of ATP synthesis is markedly impaired. There is no sign of normalization of energetic potential in B-cells. In the part of B-cells the mitochondrial disorganization develops and the complete energetic deficiency is obvious.
Key words: PANCREATIC B-CELLS, GLYCEMIC LOADING, AGING.
Epidemiology Candidiasis of Organs of Oral Cavity
Presented by Cor.-Member of the Academy T.Dekanosidze, November 11, 1996
ABSTRACT. According to the data during 1995-96 years in 264 patients with diseases of oral cavity mucous membrane and parodontal tissues, Candida species were detected in 64.42% of cases (172 patients). Among them lingual candidiasis was determined in 88.2%, palatinitis in 59.7% cases. Candida infection aggravates currency of parodontitis in 55.6%, gingivitis in 38.7%, aphtous stomatitis - 8.2% and lichen planus - 5.1% cases.
High dissemination of Candida and its aggravating influence on the currency of oral mucosal diseases sets the aim for stomatologists to study first oral microflora and then make a choice for the exact treatment direction.
Key words: ORAL CANDIDIASIS, CANDIDA.
N.Lapachi, L.Gogiashvili, I.Pavlenishvili
Immunomorphological Aspects of the Experimental Gram-Negative Sepsis
Presented by Academician N. Javakhishvili, December 30, 1996
ABSTRACT. The experiments accomplished have shown, that according to morphological changes decompensation of a lymphatic system occurs during the Gram-negative infections, that is more intense in case of infecting with microbes of the Klebsiella's group.
Key words: ABSCESSES, ADRENAL GLANDS, DECOMPENSATION, SPLEEN, THYMUS.
N.Okujava, Corr.Member of the Academy V.Bakhutashvili, B.Korsantia
The Efficiency of Immunomodulator Plaferon in Combined Therapy of Patients with Destructive Pulmonary Tuberculosis
Presented February 24, 1997
ABSTRACT. The role of interferoncontaining immunomodulator plaferon in the treatment of patients with various forms of destructive pulmonary tuberculosis was studied. Inclusion of plaferon into antituberculous chemotherapy resulted in more pronounced positive dynamics of immunologic indices, first of all, concerning a - and g -interferon values, and makes it possible to increase the efficiency of etiotropic therapy. Plaferon proved to be the useful adjunct to chemotherapy for patients with destructive pulmonary tuberculosis.
Key words: PLAFERON, TUBERCULOSIS, INTERFERON.
The British East India Company and Indian Potentates in the Late 18th and Early 19th Centuries
Presented by Corr.-Member of the Academy L.Chilashvili, January 20, 1997
ABSTRACT. The paper sheds lustre on some issues of relationship of British East India Company and Indian Principalities. It reveals success of the Company analysing politicl situation within the Indian subcontinent and out of it.
Key words: COMPANY, BRITISH, EAST INDIA, NIZAM
About the Formation of the Verbs lhbrfdc (drikavs) "Bends", fdkbyt,c (avlinebs) "Sends" in Georgian Language
Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy A.Gvakharia, December 23, 1996.
ABSTRACT. The article attempts to describe and evaluate two main viewpoints concerning the formation of Georgian verbs lhbrfdc (drikavs)"bends", fdkbyt,c (avlinebs) "sends": a) -fd(-av) is added to the b(i)vowel theme of second series forms, b) the process of reduction is responsible for t ® b (e ® i) vowel alternation caused by -fd(-av), -t,(-eb) thematic markers.
Having discussed the above mentioned points, we propose that the occurence of the b(i) grade and a suffix with a vowel can be considered as a simultaneous phenomenon.
Key words: VERB, ALTERNATION, VOWEL, THEMATIC MARKERS.