MOAMBE

1997

volume 155 number 3 May-June

MATHEMATICS

S.Topuria

Generalized Partial Derivatives of Functions of Many Variables

and Boundary Value Problems

Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, November 18.1996.

ABSTRACT: In the paper the notion of a generalized partial derivative of functions of many variables is introduced and the theorems on boundary properties of partial derivatives of the Poisson integral for a half-space Rk+1(k > 1) are proved, when density of the integral has a generalized partial derivative.

Key words: GENERALIZED PARTIAL DERIVATIVES, POISSON INTEGRAL.

 

MATHEMATICS

A. Lashkhi, T.Kvirikashvli

Perspective Maps of Modules

Presented by Coir. Member of the Academy Kh.lnasaridze. January 23, 1997

ABSTRACT. The aim of the paper is to study perspective maps for free modules over (possibly non-commutative left principal ideal domains and thus to give the first ring version of the problem.

Key words: FUNDAMENT THEOREM, PERSPECTIVE MAPS, FREE MODULES.

 

 

MATHEMATICS

Z.Tsiklauri

The Classes of Functions and Summability of a Fourier Series by Abel Method according to the System of Generalized Spherical Functions

Presented by Academician L.ZhizhiashmIi, November 7,1996

ABSTRACT. In this paper some theorems are made more precise for Abel method as the kernel of Abel transformation of a Fourier series is positive according to the system of generalized spherical functions.

Key words: FOURIER SERIES, ABEL METHOD.

 

 

MATHEMATICS

G.Oniani

On the Differentiability of Integrals with Respect to Bases B(0)

Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, September 18,1996

ABSTRACT. There is researched question: what differential properties can have an integral with respect to collection of bases B(? ), where B is some translation invariant subbasis of B2.

Key words: BASES B(? ) SUBBASIS B2

 

MECHANICS

T.Yamanidze, M.Losaberidze

Study of Half-Plane Stress Position Caused by Instrument

Presented by Academician A.Dzidziguri, December 30,1996.

ABSTRACT. Contact problem on the boundary of the elastic body, while two or more stamps press, is considered.

Keywords: INSTRUMENT, ELASTICITY, DAMAGE.

 

CYBERNETICS

M.Jikia, N.Akhvlediani

Selfmanagement in the Teaching Process

Presented by Academician V.Chavchanidze, April 17,1997

ABSTRACT. This work is devoted to the processes of teaching. One of the types of management to improve the teaching processes is setfmanagement.

Key words: OBJECT OF TEACHING, GOVERNING PROCESSES, MANAGEMENT, DEVELOPMENT.

 

 

 

CYBERNETICS

K..Panchvidze

"Fuzzy Computer-Test" Method for Novice Dispatchers

Presented by Academician V.Chavchanidze, September 6,1996

ABSTRACT. The problem of fuzzy computer-testing for a novice knowledge estimation is discussed in general. One application of the method for fuzzy testing of novice dispatchers, which is based on the fuzzy connectivity analysis is suggested.

Key words: NOVICE DISPATCHER, FUZZY COMPUTER-TEST METHOD

 

 

PHYSICS

K.Dalakishvili, 0.Namicheishvili

Optimum Synthesis of Reproductive Electronic Systems

Presented by Con-. Member of the Academy T.Sanadze, February 27,1997

ABSTRACT. The work presents a new method of electronic systems designed in two stages - deterministic and stochastic. At the first stage a set of values of parameters to minimize the deviation of technical requirements (excluding statistical spread of ratings while mass production of the designed system) is determined. At the second stage it is maximized the initial quality of the production (i.e. its reproducibility) through the solution obtained at the previous stage, taken as an initial point in the search of the better solution with the statistical distribution of elements parameters of the mass production article taken into consideration.

Key words: REPRODUCTIVE, INITIAL QUALITY, MASS PRODUCTION, DETERMINISTIC, PROBABILISTIC.

 

 

PHYSICS

J.Beridze, T.Beridze

Research of Light-Scattering due to Anisotropic Fluctuations

Presented by Academician N.Amaglobeli, March 7,1997

ABSTRACT. Light-scattering in isotropical phase media of liquid crystal MBBA has been studied-The measurements were done in wide range of temperatures (D T=T - Tc=1¸ 15 ). It was shown that light-scattering practically entirely occurs due to fluctuation of orientation of unisotropic molecules. We found the dependence of orientation interacting parameter from temperature.

Key words: ANISOTROPIC FLUCTUATIONS, LIGHT-SCATTERING.

 

 

PHYSICS

G.Jandieri, Zh.Diasamidze, V.Glonti, V.Jandieri

Frequency Power Spectrum of Electromagnetic Waves Scattered on a Velocity Pulsations Presented by Academician N.Amaglobeli, April 24,1997

ABSTRACT. Temporal correlation function and the features of frequency power spectrum (ITS) of electromagnetic waves scattered on a velocity pulsations of an average immovable weakly dispersive medium are investigated in this paper. Numerical calculations were carried out and corresponding three-dimentional scattered diagrams were constructed. The widths of the FPS are compared for Gaussian and diffusion correlation functions.

Key words: WAVE SCATTERING, CORRELATION FUNCTION, SPECTRUM.

 

GEOPHYSICS'

V.Amiranashvili, K.Tavartkiladze

The Influence of the Atmospheric Pollution on the Solar Radiant Energy Variability in Tbilisi

Presented by Academician B.Balavadze, December 30,1996

ABSTRACT. The role of atmospheric aerosols in the formation of the earth; radiation regime is examined. The shares of anthropogenic random and' background aerosols in the direct solar radiation attenuation in Tbilisi is calculated. It is shown that in the recent years the attenuation by the anthropogenic aerosols in Tbilisi has amounted to 27% of the total atmospheric attenuation of the direct solar radiation.

Key words: ANTHROPOGENIC AEROSOLS.

 

GEOPHYSICS

T.Kheladze

Method for the Short-Term Forecasting of Minimum Air

Temperature in Tbilisi

Presented by Academician G.Svanidze, December 23,1996

ABSTRACT. A multidimentional linear regression equation is derived for the abort-term forecasting of air temperature in Tbilisi. The forecasted temperatures are computed for November 1996 with real data. The good correlation makes it possible to recommend the obtained equation for the forecasting of minimum air temperature in surface layer.

Key words: FORECASTING, HYDRODYNAMIC EQUATION.

 

GEOPHYSICS

Con-Member of the Academy R.Kiladze, ,V.Kukhianidze, N.Kachakhidze, G.Ramishvili,

M.Kachakhidze

I Study of Possible Relationships between Strong Earthquakes and I Astronomic Phenomena for Seismoactive Regions of the I Caucasus, Turkey and Greece

Presented September 9, 1996

ABSTRACT: Study of planets location for strong earthquakes of seismoactive region of the Caucasus, Turkey and Greece has been made. Maximum and actual probabilities were computed for certain cases of planets location in certain bands.

Key words: EARTHQUAKES, TRIGGERING, EASTERN POINT, VERNAL EQUINOCTIAL POINT.

 

 

 

GEOPHYSICS

E. Elizbarashvili, T. Aladashvili

Solar Activity and Climate Centennial Fluctuations in Tbilisi

Presented by Academician G. Svanidze, October 10,1996

ABSTRACT. The influence of solar activity on climate variations based on the meteorological observations in Tbilisi during ISO years is studied. The regression obtained are obtained for months and seasons with considerable correlation coefficients and the attempt of reproducing the climate conditions before X century made.

Keywords: FLUCTUATIONS. SOLAR RADIATION, CLIMATE.

 

 

ORGANIC CHEMISTRY

D.Tsakadze, M.Sturua, N.Kupatashvili, T.Vepkhvadze, R.Ziaev, Sh. Samsonia, A.Abdusamatov

Alkaloids of Cocculus lauripolius D. C.

Presented by Academician E.Kemertelidze, December 25,1996

ABSTRACT-From Cocculus laurifolius D.C. gathered in Batumi (Georgia) alkaloids: coculine, norisoboldine, isoboldine, coclaurine and new alkaloid N-oxide of coculidine were isolated and identified. Chlorhydrate of alkaloids was obtained. The structure of alkaloids was investigated.

Key words: ALKALOIDS.

 

 

 

ELECTROCHEMISTRY

R.Kvaratskhelia, H. Kvaratskhelia

Voltammetry of Molybdic Acid at the Solid Electrodes

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy L-Japaridze, January 22,1997

ABSTRACT. The electroreduction of Mo(6+) in the aqueous solutions of H2Mo04 in 0.1M NaCIO4 and 0.1M (Na4H4)2 SO4 at the Sn, Cu, Ni and Cu-Hg disk electrodes has been studied. The main kinetic parameters of the process the precise values of the dissociation constants of H2MoO4 have been determined. The content of the various forms of Mo (6+) in the H2MoO4 solutions (pH 2.2-4) has been calculated.

Key words: ELECTROREDUCTION, ELECTRODE, CONCENTRATION, SOLUTION, CHRONOVOLTAMMETRY.

 

GEOLOGY

D.Shengelia, M.Gagnidze, A.Kvitsiani

New Data on the Geological Structure and Ore Manifestation of Mid-Stream of the River Nenskra
(Upper Svaneti)

Presented by Academician I.Gamkrelidze, October 28,1996

ABSTRACT. In the Tetnashera and Kharami river basins (right tributaries of the Neaskra river) in the contact zone of the Middle Upper-Paleozoic rocks of the Din series and Lower Jurassic ones tectonic wedge of pre-Jurassic granits has been established. It has practically the same mineralogic-petrologic composition as granitoids of Atsgara tectonic wedge of the Mountain Abkhasia. Perspective ore manifestation of silver and gold has also been established in this district.

Key words: TECTONIC WEDGE, ORE MANIFESTATION.

 

 

GEOLOGY

F.Maisadze

New Data on the Jinvali-Gombori Subzone Structure and its Palinspastic Reconstruction

Presented by Acadelmcianl.Gamktelidze, November29, 1996

ABSTRACT. Based on recent actual material which is obtained due to detailed lithofacies and structural study of Paleogene flysch sediments of the eastern part of the Southern slope of the Greater Caucasus, some problems of Sadzeguri syncline structure are elucidated in k new way. Palinspastic reconstruction of the eastern flysch basin for the Paleogene is given for the first time.

Key words: LITHOFACIES STUDY, PALEOGENE SEDIMENTS, PALINSPAS-TIC RECONSTRUCTION.

 

GEOLOGY

E.Kotetishvili

On Existence of the Lower Cretaceous Carbonate Platform in

Georgia

Presented by Academician l.Gamkrelidze, December 3,1996

ABSTRACT. There is a well-formed carbonate platform in the Early Cretaceous of Georgia: it appears in the Berriasian in the northern wing of the Racha-Lechkhumi syncline, a bit later- in the southern wing of the same syncline, afterwards in Okriba and finally on the Dzirula salient. In the same sequence it drowns from the Valanginian till the beginning of the Late Barremian. Migration .of environment of the carbonate platform in time-from Berriasian to Late Barremian, as well as in space-from the north to the south is apparent. Margins of the platform are fixed by corral constructions.

Key words: CARBONATE PLATFORM, CRETACEOUS, URGONIAN LIMESTONE, MICRITE, SPAIOTE, MUDSTONE, GRAINSTONE.

 

 

GEOLOGY

Academician l.Gamkrelidze

Terranes of the Caucasus and Adjacent Areas

Presented April 23,1997

ABSTRACT. The tectonic zoning of the Caucasus and adjacent areas of the Mediterranean belt is given on the basis of new geologic, paleokinematic and paleomagnetic data and terrane analysis. The geodynamic conditions in this region for Mesozoic and early Cenozoic time are indicated.

Key words: TERRANES, TECTONIC ZONING, GEODYNAMIC CONDITIONS.

 

GEOLOGY

L.Tsirekidze

Microfauna of the Lower Cretaceous Platform Carbonates In Georgia and

its Relation with Bathymetric Zonality of the Sea Basin

Presented by Academician L.Gamkrelidze, November 26,1996

ABSTRACT. Basing on the analysis of the foraminifera and algae the areal of their expansion according to the depth of the sea bottom has cleared up in the infralittoral zones. The most part of the territory is covered by' the infralittoral sea, indicated by wide-spreading of the families Textulariidae, Miliolidae, lnvollitinidae, Orbitolinidae, Algae. Only in central Abkhaxia and certain parts of the Dzirula salient considerable deepening of the sea to upper levels of the circalittoral zone is observed .The existence of the representatives of the families Ammodiscidae, Vaginulinidae, Ceratobuliminidae, Spirillinidae confirm this.

Key words: MICROFAUNA, PLATFORM CARBONATES, LOWER CRETACEOUS.

 

 

 

PETROLOGY

A.Okrostsvatidze

Petrogenetic Model of the Hercynian Plutonic Series of the Greater Caucasus Presented by

Member of the Academy G.Zaridze, December 18,1996

ABSTRACT. In the crystalline basement of the Greater Caucasus relying on space distribution of Hercynian Plutonic series and their petrographical, petrochemical, geochemical fluid and thermobaric markers it is assumed that during Hercynian period within the folded system of the Greater Caucasus acted the subduction zone dipping to the north, which caused Hcrcynian magmatic activity and which on its part stipulated the formation (from oceanic to continental crust) of four subzonal plutonic series mainly of granitoid composition: 1) gabbro- plagiogranite; 2) gabbro-adamellite; 3) plagiogranite-granite (migmatite-granite); 4) granodiorite-alaskite.

Key words: PETROGENETIC MODEL, PLUTONIC SERIES

 

MINERALOGY

R.Akhvlediani, B.Tutberidze

The Peculiarities of Composition of Biotites in Some Young

(Paleogene-Quaternary) Volcanites of Georgia

Presented by Con-.-Member of the Academy G.Zaridze, November 18,1996

ABSTRACT. Interpretation of complex laboratory researches of biotites distributed in some young middle and acidic content volcanites of Georgia are given.

Key words: RHYOLITES, DACITES.

 

STRUCTURAL MECHANICS

S.Gelkhvidze

Method of Formation Stiffness Matrix in the Cross and Frame System Dynamics Presented by Academician A. Dzidziguri, September 9,1996

ABSTRACT. The method of formation stiffness matrix of cross and frame system is considered. The denoted system works on the basis of the formed stiffness matrix under dynamic influences. The given method of the denoted formation of the stiffness matrix allows to receive stationary solutions which will be simplified and suitable to manipulate the matrix with different operations.

Key words. STIFFNESS MATRIX, CROSS AND FRAME SYSTEM, DYNAMIC- CALCULATED MODELS (DCM).

 

HYDRAULICENGINEERlNG

Academician Ts.Mirtskhoulava

Determination of Limit Values of Tolerant Ecological

Disturbances

Presented January 27,1997

ABSTRACT. The methodology of determination of limit values of tolerant ecological disturbances based on the reliability theory is given.

Key words: ECOLOGY, TOLERANT, DISTURBANCES.

 

SOIL SCIENCE

Corr.-Member of the Academy T.Unlshadze, N.Chljikova, A.Urushadze

Clay Minerals in the Alluvial Soils of the Mtkvari River Basin

Presented April 21,1997

ABSTRACT. The article deals with definition of content of clay minerals by means of X-ray diffractometrical method in alluvial soils of the Mtkvari river basin.

Key words: ALLUVIAL SOILS, CLAY MINERALS, SMEKTIT, KAOLINIT.

 

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

K.Giorgobiani, M Kikvidze,Sh.Chanishvili

Influence of Benzylaminopurin on the Content of Phosphorus and

Nitrogen Compounds in Grapevine Leaves

Presented by Con. Member of the Academy N.Nutsubidze, October 22,1996.

ABSTRACT. The alteration of source-sink relations caused by treatment of berries of grapevine variety "Rkatsiteli" with BAP was studied. The clusters were affected in postflowering and berry intensive growing phases. The forms of phosphorus and nitrogen compounds in leaves of upper and lower zones were determined in 3 days after treatment. It was revealed that influence of BAP causes enhancement of phosphorus and nitrogen compounds in leaves as a result of sink attractive force strengthening.On the increased demand of fruit the nearest to the cluster leaves respond more clearly.

Key words: GRAPEVINE, PHOSPHORUS AND NITROGEN COMPOUNDS, GAP

 

PLANT PHYSIOLOGY

E.Kapanadze, M. Bilanlshvili, N.Pasurashvli

The Content of Free Amino Acids in the Pollen of Walnut (Juglans Regia L.), Hickory (Carya Pecam Engl) and Pine (Finns Nigra Am)

Presented by Academician G.Gigauri, September 19,1996

ABSTRACT. The content of free amino acids in the pollen of walnut, hickory and pine was studied by the chromatographic method.

Pollen of the pine contains the most quantity of amino acids - 519.6mg%, while hickory and walnut comperatively less - 470.4 mg% and 306.9 mg%. Composition of amino acids is the same in the examined species, only the quantity is different. There is much proline in the examined species.

Key words: PAPER CHROMATOGRAPHY, POLLEN, AMINO ACIDS, ALBUMEN.

 

HUMAN AND ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

A.Sikharulidze,V.Tamamsheva, Ts. Salia, G.Sarishvili

Ability of Myocardial Systole and Study of Fractional Ratio of Main Myofibrillar Proteins under the Conditions of Single Maximum Physical Strain Presented by

Corr. Member of the Academy V.Mosidze, December 6,1996

ABSTRACT. Basing on the electrophoretic analysis of myocardial proteins during training and rest the requlatory role of vegetative system in the changes of systole activity was shown. The injection of adrenaline and aminazine revealed quantitative differences in fractional system of myofibrillar proteins and requlatory role of adrenergic substrate of rostral reticular formation in the functional state of heart during exercise training.

Key words: ELECTROPHORETIC, MYOCARDIAL PROTEINS VEGETATIVE SYSTEM.

 

 

HUMAN AND ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY

E.Mitaishvili

The Influence of Emotional Condition on Delayed-Reaction Performance in Rats Presented by Academician T. loseliani, January 13,1997

ABSTRACT. The results of this study demonstrate that the emotional condition has influence on performance of delayed reaction in rodents. In case of active- avoidance delayed reaction (AADR) performance the maximal duration of delay was only 5 sec. The increase of negative-emotional effort by pain punishment method (in case of erroneous choice of shelf) severely impaired the ability of above mentioned reaction performance.

Key words: DELAYED REACTION, EMOTIONAL CONDITION, "FOOD REWARD", PAIN PUNISHMENT METHOD, SHORT-TERM MEMORY.

 

HUMAN AND ANIMAL PHYSIOLOGY E.

E.Vekua

Dynamics of "Nonspecific Grooming" at the Early Stage of Development of Higher Nervous Activity Information Pathology in Albino Rats

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy V.Mosidze, October 10,1996

ABSTRACT. On the earlier stage (I month) of the higher nervous activity's informational pathology development under condition of the deficiency of pragmatic information with heightened motivation of behaviour, the influence of pathologic factor on cerebrum causes the extension in time of "nonspecific grooming". This has a positive affect upon higher nervous activity of rats and it is regarded as a cerebrum self-regulation activity. Its degree of exposure is defined by deepness of conflict between behaviour motivation and the possibility of formation of corresponding to behaviour reaction.

Key words: BEHAVIOUR, CEREBRUM SELF-REGULATION, NON-SPECIFIC GROOMING, ALBINO RATS.

 

BIOPHYSICS

E.Chikvaidze, I.Kinkashvili

The Electron Paramagnetic Resonance Investigation of Cu(II) Ion

Complexes with Biomacromolecules

Presented by Academician M.Zaalishvili, April 15,1997

ABSTRACT. By method of electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) spectroscopy Cu(IQ ion complexes with structurally different macromolecules- human serum albumin, collagen and OKA are studied. It is shown that their complexes stability with Cu(II) ions strongly depends on pH solution. Due to strong binding constant (K=1011,02) of serum albumin with Cu(II) ions complex won't be decomposed at pH variation in wide range (pH=4.0-11.0) and the change of electron paramagnetic resonance spectrum is connected with reversible conformation transitions. The complex Cu(II)-DNA is less stable and in basic area is decomposed as a result of denaturation of DNA. With denaturated DNA appears strong complex of Cu(II) ions, stable in acid area of solution. Complex of collagen with Cu(II) ions, obtained in acid solution, is unstable and in basic area is decomposed without producing of stable complex.

Key words: ALBUMIN, COLLAGEN, DNA.

 

 

 

BIOCHEMISTRY

T.Lekishvili, G.Lekishvili, Corr.Member of the Academy N.Aleksidze

Mathematical Investigation of the Cancerogenic Activity

of Some Hormones

ABSTRACT. The Randic type topological invariant, the Estrada index (? ) is used for ascertaining the correlation between the structure of the sexual hormones and their biological (cancerogenic) activity. It's established that the lower the meaning of the index, the higher the cancerogenic activity of the hormone is. There is demonstrated the fitness of the mathematical models to envisage the canecrogenic features of compounds.

Key words: CANCEROGENIC ACTIVITY, TOPOLOGICAL INDEX.

 

 

 

BIOCHEMISTRY

T.Zaalishvili, D.Margiani, I.Gabriadze, V.Philauri, N.Surguladze

NMN Adenylyltransferase Activity of Nuclei and nuclear Matrices of Neuronal and dial Cells of Rat Brain

Presented by Academician M. Zaalishvili, January 21,1997

ABSTRACT. NMN adenylylltransferase activity of nuclei and nuclear matrices of neuronal and glial cells of rat brain were studied. Predominant association of NMN adenylyltransferase activity with nuclear marix of neuronal as well as with glial cell nuclear martices was shown. Neuronal nuclei and nuclear matrix contained higher NMN adenylyltransferase activity than astroglial nuclei and nuclear matrix. In its turn astroglial nuclei and nuclear matrix contained higher transferase activity than oligodendroglial nuclei and nuclear matrix.

Key words: NMN ADENYLYLTRANSFERASE, NUCLEAR MATRIX, NUCLEI, POLY(ADP-RIBOSE)POLYMERASE, NAD.

 

BIOCHEMISTRY

J.Kereselidze

The Results of Biochemlcal Investigation of 12 Species of American Large-Fruited Cranberry (Oxycoccus Macrocarpus Pers.)

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy N.Nutsubidze, June 10,1997

ABSTRACT. The biochemical composition of yields of Oxycoccus Macrocarpus Pers introduced under the conditions of Kolkhidian lowlands was investigated. It has been established that in the fruits of the mentioned plant the synthesis of mainly glucose and fructose was observed. Cranberry is rich with B group vitamins, particularly with vitamin pp.

Key words: AMERICAN LARGE-FRUITED CRANBERRY, FRUITS, GLUCOSE. FRUCTOSE, VITAMINS B1-B2-PP-C.

 

 

BIOCHEMISTRY

R.Gakhokidze, N.Giunashvili

Influence of Lucreazine as Plant Growth Regulator on Assimilation of Nitrate Nitrogen in Primary Leaves of Bean on Early Stages of Vegetation

Presented by Academician G.Kvesitadze, May 5,1997

ABSTRACT. The application of plant growth regulator - lucreazine on the surface of bean activity and by using nitrate as single nitrogen source. We suggest a high physiologic activity of lucreazine including the penetration into the leaf tissues.

Key words: LUCREAZINE, BEAN LEAVES.

 

 

PHYTOPATHOLOGY

D.Nogaideli, E.Megrelidze

Virulence Structure of the Georgian Population otPhytophthora Infestans (Mont.) de Gary in 1991 Presented by Coirr.-Member of the Academy B.Kurashvili, December 18,1996

ABSTRACT. 59 pathotypes identified in Georgian population of Phytophthora infestans (Mont.) de Bary present the various combinations of different virulence genes of the pathogene. The most wide-spread pathotypes 1.2.4.10.11; l.3.4.10.11;l.2.4.9.10.ll;l.2.3.4.9.10.ll;l.2.3.4.8.9.10.11.6+0.XYZwere 17%,10%, 10%, 8%,7% respectively. The most part of the P.infestans population is the P1,P2,P3,P4,P9,P10,P11 % virulence genes with the frequencies of 98;78;48.5;95;611 87;73% respectively. The frequencies of the P5,P6,P7,P6+0,PxPyPz virulence genes are ranged from 80/0 to 19%. Georgian population of the P.infestans is characterized with high level of polymorphism - 94%.

Key words: VIRULENCE, PATHOGENE, POTATO CULTIVAR.

 

PARASITOLOGY AND HELMINTOLOGY

G.K.akulla, N.Mikaia

New Species of the Nematode Sp.nov. (Rhabditida, Heterorhabditidae) G.Kakulia et N.Mikaia Presented by Corr.-Member of the Academy l.Eliava, April 17,1997

ABSTRACT. Oryctes nasicornis 362 specimens invaded with nematode have been investigated. Five species of nematode are registered: 1. Cephalobellus leucarte Kakulia et Javakhia; 2. Thelastoma macroamphidium Theodorides 1955; 3. Thelastoma Sp; 4. Scriabinomermis Sp; 5. Heterorhabditis poinari Sp.nov.

The present paper describes typical and gigantic females and invasion larvae of tile new species.

Key words: HETERORHABDITIS, HETERORHARDITIS BACTEWOJWHORA, HETERORHABDITIS POINARI.

CYTOLOGY

 

M.Gabrichidze, P.Chelidze, G.Tumanishvlli

Modelling of the Dynamics of the Nucleolar Spatial Structure Reorganization in the Normal and Activated Mouse Kidney Proximal Tubule Epithelium by Ultrastructural Computer Tomography

Presented by Academician G.Tumanishvili March 18,1997

ABSTRACT. This study summaries the results of ultrastructural computer tomography of nucleoli in intact and nephrectomized mouse proximal tubules epithelium. The special graphic and animation computer programs were implicated for the three-dimensional computer reconstruction and the image analysis of the nucleolar spatial organization.

To verify the suggestion about different functional state of the cells within one segment the rate of H3-uridine incorporation by epitheliocytes was examined. By study of different nucleolar forms the attention was mostly paid to the topographic and quantitative parameters of fibrillar centres and dense fibrillar component, which are believed as sites of localization and transcription of ribosomal genes.

Key words: FIBRILLAR CENTRES, RING-SHAPED NUCLEOLI, PROXIMAL TUBULE EPITHELIUM, DYNAMIC THREE-DIMENSIONAL MODELS.

 

 

 

EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE

N.Gaprindashvmi, A.Alexidze, T.Alexitbe

p-Adrenergic Mechanisms of Timolol-Maleate Diagnostic Test for Glaucoma

Presented by corr.-Member of the Academy T.Dekanosidze, December 20,1996

ABSTRACT. New tonometric test with timolol-maleate for the early detection of glaucoma is suggested. Proposed test differs with high specificity and sensitivity particularly in cases of open-angle glaucoma. On the ground of obtained data it is supposed that in initial stages of glaucoma development pathological activation of p-adrenoceptors is accompanied with their "emergent" oppression. That's why hypotensive effect of timolol-maleate is more expressed in glaucomatous eye than in normal.

Key words: TIMOLOL-MALEATE, TEST, PRIMARY GLAUCOMA, p- ADRENOCEPTORS, b -BLOCATOR, TONOMETRY.

 

 

 

EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE

Kh..Khorava, A.Sikharulidze, G.K.ereselidze, N.Kochlavashvili, L.Gomelauri

The Influence of Monoaminergic Structures of Anteroventral Nucleus of Thalamus on Functional State of Cardiac Muscle while Hypertension

Presented by Academician V.Okujava. February 6,1997

ABSTRACT. The results of experiment pcrformed on rabbits indicate that participation of monoaminergic structures of anteroventral nucleus of thalamus in change of functional state of the heart while normotensia reveal parasymapthetic effects of the heart. Completely opposed changes arc observed while hypertension.

Key words: THALAMUS. HEART. HYPERTENSION ANTEROVENTRAL NUCLEUS.

 

 

EXPERIMENTAL MEDICINE

M.Glorgobiani, J.Onfflni

Application of Central Electroanalgesia in Postoperative Period among Children Presented by Academician T-Oniani, May 27,1997

ABSTRACT. Central electroanalgesia by means of "Lenar" apparatus has been used in postoperative period. Analgetic effect was tested on the basis of clinical and biochemical data. The experiments testify to efficiency of using the method of central electroanalgesia in pain syndrome prophylaxis in postoperative period among children.

Key words: ELECTROANALGESIA, POSTOPERATIVE PERIOD, PAIN SYNDROME.

 

PALAEOBIOLOGY

E.Kvavadze, L.Rukhadze. l.Gabashvili

Vertical Vegetation Belt Shifts in the Caucasus Mountains during the Holocene as a Reflection of ell mate Fluctuation Presented by Academician I-Gabuma, Oe*embet 20,1996

ABSTRACT. Interpretation of palynological data shows that vegetation of the Caucasus IN Holocene underwent rather substantial changes. Vegetation belts were repeatedly shifted. In cold epochs the area of coniferous forests from Picea orientalis, Abies nordmAnoiana and in the warm periods broad - leaved with predominance of Castanea sativa on the south and Quercus - on the north slopes became very important. During the Atlantic climatic optimum the upper forest limit was 300-350 m higher than that one existing today. The lowest forest limit was observed in the boreal and subboreal period.

Key words: PALYNOLOGY, HOLOCENE, CAUCASUS.

 

PSYCHOLOGY

N.Akhvledlam

Silogistic Tests

Presented by Academician Sh-Nadirashvill, April 14,1997

ABSTRACT. On the base of silogisfic theory the intellectual test is created. The graduation of these tests and diagnostic ways of intellectual possibilities of a permmn are justified theoretically and experimentally.

Key words. SILOGISTIC INTELLECTUAL TESTS, CORRECT THINKING, CAPACITY,CONCLUSIONS.

 

LINGUISTICS

I.K.apanadze

Lexical Borrowings in Georgian and Russian Translations from the Books of the Bible in Greek (kerpi - kumir - idol - istukan - podobie)

Presented by Con-.-Member of the Academy R.Gordeziani, April 19,1997

ABSTRACT. Lexical borrowings rthgb (kerpi)- bcnerfy (istukan) - gjlj,bt (podobie) - revbh (kumir) - bljk (idol) from Greek translated into Georgian and Russian having different structures are regarded in the paper. The spread of Christianity stimulates numerous lexical borrowings in Georgian and Russian languages.

The changes occurred in both languages connected with the adoption of Christianity have been determined by pre-christian thinking and world outlook of Georgian and Russian peoples.

Key words: CHRISTIANITY, BORROWINGS.

 

 

HISTORY OF ART

T.Chkheldm

Cornpositonal Peculiarities of the Georgian Christian Liturgy

Presented by Academician G.Giorgadze, May 20, 1997

ABSTRACT. The present paper explores compositional peculiarities of the Georgian Christian liturgy.. Study of ancient manuscripts has shown that music plays an important part in liturgic services.

Key words: LITURGY, CHANT, ACCLAMATION.

 

 

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