volume 158 number 2 September-October



M. Okropiridze

On the Symmetric Differentiability of Functions of Two Variables.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy V.Kokilashvili, June 22, 1998

ABSTRACT. We introduce the notions of symmetrically totally differentiability, symmetric partial derivatives in strong and in angular senses for functions of real variables. There is a relation between them.


S. Kemkhadze

Geometries which are Connected with General Geometric Lattices.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy H.Inassaridze, December 2, 1997

Abstract. This paper is an attempt to give an axiomatic description of those geometries which are bound with D-geometric lattices.


D. Leladze

On Summability of Certain Subsequences of Partial Sums of Multiple Trigonometric Fourier Series.

Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, December 2, 1997

Abstract. In the present paper we give the estimate in the terms of partial and mixed moduli of continuity of deviation of multiple arithmetic means of the sequence of rectangular “mixed“ (partially usual, partially dyadedic) partial sums of n-multiple trigonometric Fourier series of a function f Î Lp([-p, p]n), n ³ 1, p = 1 or p = ¥ (L¥ º C), from f in the norm of Lp.




L .Jijeishvili

Summability by Regular Methods of Multiple Series with Respect to Haar-type Systems.

Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, December 2, 1997.

ABSTRACT. Theorems concerning the summability on a set of positive measure by regular methods of multiple series with respect to Haar-type systems are stated.


I. Gabisonija, A. Meskhi

Two-Weight Inequalities for Discrete Hardy-Type and Hilbert Transforms.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy V. Kokilashvili, December 15, 1997

Abstract. The necessary and sufficient conditions for the pairs of increasing weight sequences ensuring the validity of two –weight inequalities for discrete Hilbert transform are derived.



T. Tevzadze

On Estimate of Full Integral Modulus of Smoothness of Function of Several Variables.

Presented by Academician L.Zhizhiashvili, November 12, 1997

ABSTRACT. The theorem with generalized results of M. and Sh. Izumi, of C.Ress and S.Teljakovskii for functions of several variables is stated.



Local Approximation of Analytic Functions and their Derivatives in Weight Integral Metrics in Domains with a Quasiconformal Boundary.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy V.Kokilashvili, December 23, 1997

ABSTRACT. The problem of local polynomial approximation of analytic functions and their derivatives prescribed in finite domains with quasiconformal boundary is investigated in weighted plane integral metrics.


S. Khazhomia

Direct Sum Theorems for Dual Homotopy Functors.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy N.Berikashvili, December 25, 1997

ABSTRACT. It is shown that cohomotopy-type functors Pn have the analogues of direct sum theorems for classical homotopy functors pn and, simultaneously, the semi-exact sequence of pair in the P theory is exact in corresponding particular cases.


T. Kadeishvili

DG Hopf Algebras with Steenrods i-th Coproducts.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy N.Berikashvili, December 29, 1997

ABSTRACT. In this note we introduce the notion of DG-Hopf algebra with Steenrods Ñi products (C, d, m, Ñ0, Ñ1, ...) where (C, d, m) is a DG-algebra and
Ñi: C ® C Ä C} are chain operations, with properties dual to Steenrods Èi -products, satisfying some conditions of compatibility with the multiplication m:CÄC®C. As an example of such structure for the singular cubical chain complex CU*(G) of a topological monoid G the construction of Ñi-s is given.


O. Chkadua, R. Duduchava

Asymptotics of Solutions to a Pseudodifferential Equations.

Presented by Academician T. Burchuladze, July 27, 1998

Abstract. A complete asymptotics of the solution to an elliptic system of pseudodifferential equations is investigated by means of the Wiener-Hopf method (Lp-theory). The obtained asymptotic expansions are written in a matrix form.


S. Saneblidze

Functor D with Coefficients in an Extraordinary Homology Theory.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy N.Berikashvili, December 29, 1997

ABSTRACT. For a fibration a twisted tensor product model is constructed in terms of a given chain extraordinary homology theory. As a corollary, a simple proof of R. Thom theorem is obtained.


J. Avaliani, M. Chkheidze, I. Kordzakhia, D. Shalamberidze

Aspherical Lenses and Focons in Optical Concentrators for Photovoltaic Systems.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy I. Jebashvili, December 25, 1997

Abstract. We present the method of calculation of aspherical optic concentrators with various designs for photovoltaic systems. This method is based on spherical interpolation method and it has full adaptation with those technical requirements of digital control machine tools on which the formation of aspherical profiles occurs.


M. Losaberidze, T. Iamanidze

On the Problem of Dynamic Action with a Vertical Load on the Elastic Half Plane Boundary.

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy K. Betaneli, May 15, 1998

Abstract. The article deals with the regularity of the change of normal and tangential strains of a vertical load on the boundary of elastic half plane in the process of dynamic action.


G. Kashmadze

On Evaluation of Membership Function of Fuzzy Set.

Presented by Academician V. Chavchanidze, November 3, 1997

ABSTRACT. The splitting operator which acts in spaces m and l2 is considered and the norm of the splitting operator is defined. The same norm is introduced in MV-algebra of membership functions of fuzzy sets.


E.Sikharulidze, G.Sikharulidze

Some Peculiarities of Conduction Band Structure of InGaAs

Presented by Academician R.Salukvadze, January 16, 1998

ABSTRACT. It has been established that the dependence of additional energetic minimum EC(2) dislocated in conduction band on chemical composition of the material is of nonlinear character. Oscillator force for optic transitions EC(1) ® EC(2), effective mass value EC(2) of density of state in additional minimum and thermal coefficient value of energetic gap D1,2 change have been established.


D. Metskhvarishvili, D. Karkashadze, R. Zaridze

Anisotropy Absorbing Magneto-Dielectric Bodies in the Super High
Frequency Electromagnetic Fields

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T. Sanadze, December 2, 1997

ABSTRACT. The improved algorithm based on the Method of Auxiliary Sources (MAS) for the problems of scattering and propagation of SHF waves in anisotropy and absorbing magneto-dielectric bodies is presented. It is shown that in comparison with quasi-optical approximation methods the presented method provides the guaranteed precision.


I. Ratishvili, N. Namoradze

Heat Capacity Associated with Hydrogen Ordering in Superstoichiometric Rare-Earth Dihydrides. CeH2+c-like Systems.

Presented by Academician G. Kharadze, December 23, 1997

Abstract. In the rare-earth superstoichiometric dihydrides RH2+c (R - rare-earth element) the fraction c of hydrogen atoms ( 0 < c < 1) located in the octahedral interstitial sites of the f.c.c. metal lattice undergoes order-disorder and order-order transformations. The possibility of these transitions observation in thermal properties is discussed. The temperature dependences of internal energy and of specific heat are determined in the case of RH2+c systems characterized by the energy parameters ratio p > 1.


I. Lomidze, D. Karkashadze, J. Javakhishvili, G. Kervalishvili, G. Khutsishvili

The Necessity of the Account of Static Fields in Non-stationary Interference of Electromagnetic Packages

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy A.Khelashvili, December 31, 1997

Abstract. The necessity of the account of static fields in nonstationary interference of electromagnetic packages is shown. Possible gears of energy transportation are discussed.


E. Sakvarelidze, N. Mamulia

Determination of Rock Heat Conduction Based on the Regular Heat Regime Method in Wide Temperature Range

Presented by Academician B. Balavadze, October, 20, 1997

Abstract. This paper represents experimentally investigated heat conduction of some rocks on the territory of Georgia, in 300-900K temperature interval. Characteristic constants of these rocks are determined experimentally. The short description of the experimental device is given.


G. Erkomaishvili, I. Shatberashvili, M. Tsitskishvili

Atmosphere Self-Rectification Peculiarities from Aerosols

Presented by Academician B. Balavadze, April 30, 1998

Abstract. The 2-equations geophysical model of aerosols washing from the undercloud layer based on 2 simple equations of the washing was considered. The experimental data of admixture concentration in sediments were obtained in 2 points, Tbilisi and Kojori. The constants of the washing, based on data, given as a result of the monthly work during 3 years were defined. The unique experimental data give us the possibility to get the geophysical characteristics of the process of the undercloud washing.

AnalYtical Chemistry

I. Shatirishvili, Sh. Shatirishvili, N. Chkhartishvili

Determination of “Aromatic Number” by Capillary
Chromatography in Some Georgian Wines

Presented by Academician T. Andronikashvili, November 13, 1998

Abstract. Using capillary chromatography individual composition of vapour phase has been studied for some Georgian wines. The “aromatic number” of these beverages has been determined.

Analytical chemistry

N. Takaishvili, T. Davitaia, G. Supatashvili

Turbidimetric Determination of Sulphates in Carbonate Strata

Presented by Academician G. Tsintsadze, December 22, 1997

Abstract. To determine micro and ultramicro quantity of SO42- in carbonate strata and formations the turbidimetric method is used. Calcium ions influence upon BaSO4 suspension optical density is excluded by the introduction of corresponding quantity of Ca2+ in standard series. The method sensitivity is 10 mkg, the standard deviation equals 0.7 - 1.0, the relative error is < 5%;


Organic Chemistry

M. Shengelia, N. Suvorov, V. Barkaia

Synthesis of 5-aminoindole-2-carbonic Acid Products

Presented by Academician K.Japaridze, April 13, 1998

ABSTRACT. N-acetyl-5-aminoindole-2-b,b-diethylethylenediamine - N-acetylated indole analogic novocaineamide was synthesized from 5-nitroindole-2-carbonic acid. To study its radiobiological properties Bunte salt S-[2-carbethoxy-5-indolylamino]acetylthiosulfate was used.

Organic Chemistry

R.Gakhokidze, N.Sidamonidze, L.Bedukadze, L.Gordeladze, L.Tabatadze, L.Topuria

Stereospecific Synthesis of a-substituted Derivatives of Glucose

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy L.Khananashvili, April 4, 1998

ABSTRACT. Simple process of obtaining a number of 1-substituted derivatives of acetylated glucose in the medium of liquid bromine is reported.


Organic Chemistry

E. Chachua, O. Mukbaniani, D. Gadzhiev-Shengelia, M. Karchkhadze,
Corr. Member of the Academy L. Khananashvili, A. Samsonya

Methylsiloxane Oligomers with Thioalyl Fragments in the Side Chain

Presented December 12, 1997

Abstract. The reaction of hydrid polyaddition of alylmercaptan to a,w-bis(trimethylsiloxy)methyl hydridsiloxane in the presence of platinium chlorhydric acid as a catalyst has been investigated. It was established that besides hydrid polyaddition the reaction was partially accompanied by the reaction of dehydrocondensation. Catalytic dehydrocondensation of alylmercaptane with a,w-bis(trimethylsiloxy)methylhydridsiloxane in the presence of powdered anhydrous potassium hydroxide proceeds with the formation of comb type systems with thioalyl fragments in the side chain. The reaction order, activation energies and dehydrocondensation rate constants have been found. Thermogravimetric, thermomechanical and roentgenographic investigations have been carried out.

Physical Chemistry

G. Lekishvili

The Models Based on Optimization

Presented by Academician T. Andronikashvili 15, 1997

Abstract. The temperature dependent molecular descriptors have been introduced considering the statistical distribution of conformers. The presented results enable to optimize synthesis not only via structure, but also via temperature.

Physical Chemistry

T. Butkhuzi, N. Kekelidze, M. Sharvashidze, L. Aptziauri, L. Kuchukashvili,
E. Chikoidze

Ionic Annealing of Zinc Sulfide by Ag+

Presented by Academician J.Lominadze, December 17, 1997

ABSTRACT. ZnS crystals of impure P-type conductivity are obtained. The interpretation of observed peaks at different temperatures of ZnS photoluminescence spectrum is given.

Physical chemistry

N. Kekelidze, L. Akhalbedashvili, M. Alapishvili, I. Davituliani, D. Tsintsadze,
P. Euthymiou, N. Gouskos

Interaction of HTSC-samples with Water

Presented by Academician T. Andronikashvili, May 18, 1998

Abstract. Water effect on Y-Ba-Cu-O and Bi-Sr-Ca-Cu-O types of superconductors was studied by pH-method. It was suggested that the interaction of HTSC with water should proceed in the following way: first water is sorbed on the surface of samples and interacts with Ba, Ca and Sr ions forming of corresponding hydroxides. These hydroxides underwent carbonization and blocked the surface. Bi-containing structure is more stable to water, than that of Y-Ba-Cu-O.

Chemical Technology

O. Modebadze, N. Margiani, B. Tabidze, V. Jgamadze, Academician G. Tsintsadze

Effect of Sc Doping on Superconductive Properties of Y1Ba2Cu3O7D Ceramics

Presented December 8, 1997

Abstract. The effect of Sc3+ substitution for Cu2+ on the superconducting behaviour of the Y1Ba2Cu3O7 - D system has been investigated.

It is observed, that small quantity of Sc doping (x = 0.15 and 0.30) increases the onset of the superconducting transition Tc (onset). We suggest that the substitution of Sc3+ at Cu (2) site incorporates the additional oxygen in the Y1Ba2 - xScxOy system and increases the coordination number for Cu (1) cations up to N = 4.

For a higher level of substitution (x = 0.6) the resistivity-temperature relations of the doped system begin to have semiconducting component and transition from superconductor to semiconductor occurs for x = 1 composition.

Pharmaceutical chemistry

L. Amiranashvili, M. Merlani, N. Menshova, N. Suvorov

Synthesis of 3a,16b-diamino-2b,17b-dihydroxy-5a-androstanes on the Basis of Tigogenin

Presented by Academician E. Kemertelidze, December 30, 1997

Abstract. The synthesis of new derivative of 5a-androstanes series has been proposed to study its pharmacological activity.


V. Mshvildadze, R. Elias, F. Delmas, G. Decanosidze, Academician E. Kemertelidze, G. Balansard

Antiprotozoal Activity of Triterpene Glycosides from Hedera L.

Presented April 2, 1998

Abstract. Antiprotozoal activity of triterpene glycosides isolated from the Hedera colchica K.Koch., H.caucasigena seu H.helix L. and H.pastuchowii Woron. (Araliaceae) leaves and fruits found in Georgia was tested on the Trichomonas vaginalis and Leishmania infantum species.

The results indicate that the less polar triterpene glycoside fraction is more active than the medium and polar fractions.


T. Shengelia

The Middle Eocene Volcanism of the North-Eastern Part of the Meskheti Ridge

Presented by Academician G.Zaridze, December 23, 1997

Abstract. Volcanogenic - sedimentary formation of the Middle Eocene in the eastern part of the north slope of the Meskheti ridge is divided into three suites with facies composition which completely reflects the separate stages of development of the Middle Eocene volcanism. The products of volcanism create contrasting - differentiated series of rocks, joint in the kali-basalt-trachyte formation. The volcanic process itself was mainly of the explosive character and the stages of its development were exactly connected with the development of Adjhara - Trialeti folded zone.


Academician I. Gamkrelidze, S. Kuloshvili

Stress Vector Orientations and Movement of the Earth’s Crust of the Territory of Georgia on the Neotectonic Stage

Presented May 4, 1998

ABSTRACT. The orientations of subhorizontal maximum compressive stress axis, established by means of regional and detailed structural analysis, recent kinematics of active faults obtained from fault plane solutions of earthquakes and results of direct measurements of the Earth’s crust displacement (GPS technology) are shown. Besides the newest (neotectonic) vertical movements revealed on the basis of planation surface analysis are characterized.


Corr. Member of the Academy G.Zaridze

On the Genesis of Granitoids in Mobile Belts

Presented April 2, 1998

Abstract. Consecutive scheme of endogenic rock forming process between the antecedent basaltic volcanism and granitoids is proposed. From this scheme it follows that granite formation was preceded by basaltoide volcanism.

Structural Mechanics

Z. Madzagua

General Method of Stalks’ Calculation with the Principle of Presenting the Calculation Scheme as Subschemes

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy I. Gudushauri, December 5, 1997

Abstract. The paper shows a new method of stalk’s calculation based on the principle of presenting the calculation scheme as subschemes


A. Bichinashvili, M. Zviadadze, T. Mkhatrishvili, V. Achelashvili

Regulation of Microtensions within the Shape-memory Alloys

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy G. Tsagareishvili, January 4, 1998

Abstract. In the following work the temperature subordination of regulating parameters among the inner tensions of the martensite-deformed alloys in the case of outer loading or its absence is studied theoretically. Here is calculated the thermal capacity (Dcv) on the critical temperature (Tc). On Tc temperature the regulating microtensions undergo the phase transformation of the second kind.


Hydraulic Engineering

G.Gavardashvili, M.Nadaraia

Protection of Mountain Landscapes from the Erosion and Debrisflow

Presented by Academician O.Natishvili, May 5, 1998

Abstract. On the basis of carried out investigations a dependence has been obtained which permits to calculate the coefficient of slope erosion with account of time factor. A formula has been recorded, by means of which volume of the solid mass left by the debrisflow on the debris cone can be calculated.

New constructions with high technical and economical indices have been made to protect the slopes from erosion and debrisflow.

Plant growing

T. Oglishvili, I. Shatirishvili, Academician T. Andronikashvili

Effect of Clinoptilolite Contaning Tuffs on the Germination of Wheat and Weed

Presented November 24, 1997

Abstract. Influence of clinoptilolite containing tuffs introduced into the soil, on the germination of wheat and weed (vetch) has been shown. Positive effect of the minerals on the qualitative and quantitative indices of agricultural plants has been established.

Soil Science

G. Gogichaishvili, O. Gordjomeladze

Estimation of Soil Protection Properties of Agricultural Plants in Georgia

Presented by Academician Ts. Mirtskhoulava, February 25, 1998

Abstract. To study soil protection properties of agricultural plants the soil protection coefficient of agricultural plants was used. Value of soil protection coefficient of agricultural plants in Georgia depends on the pattern of agricultural lands and fluctuates from 0.40 to 0.75. Administration regions of western and eastern Georgia have low soil protection properties (“C” > 0.55 ). Soil protection properties of agricultural plants in Georgia changed significantly during last ten years.



Influence of Pine Cultures on Soil Properties in Kazbegi Region

Presented by Academician G.Gigauri, December 10, 1997

Abstract. This report presents the chemical analysis of soils in Kazbegi Region. The soil pit was made on the selected test plots. The analyses evidence that mineral part of soil test is formed by allite-syllital alpha clay types.

Genetics and Selection

I.Kapanadze, Sh.Sharia

Karyotypic and Sexual Segregation in Persimmon Variations

Presented by Corr.Member of the Academy D.Jokhadze, July 6, 1998

ABSTRACT. Cultivated forms of subtropical persimmon (Diospyros) generate three kinds of seedlings: male, female and hermaphrodite. Their sexual locus is three allelic - aD, ad, a+. Correspondingly, in case of normal meiosis female, male and hermaphrodite seedlings are generated in ratio 5:3:1. Diploid and tetraploid forms generate hexaploids, which break into initial karyotypes.

Human and Animal Physiology

E. Moniava, M. Butskhrikidze, Z. Khanaeva, N. Zambakhidze

Role of Vasopressin in Organization of Long-Term Memory

Presented by Corr. Member of the Georgian Academy of Sciences V. Mosidze, November 14, 1997

Abstract. The role of vasopressin in realization of long-term memory was studied. By means of experimental study on albino rats it is clarified that lysine-vasopressin chronical administration imporves the memory and promotes preservation of the memory trace.

Human and Animal Physiology

T. Macharashvili, B. Tsinamdzgvrishvili, M. Janiashvili, Z. Nozadze, P. Tsagareishvili

Nonlinear Analysis of Electrophysiological Activity of Normal Heart

Presented by Academician T. Oniani, October 23, 1997

Abstract. The role of modern tools of nonlinear dynamic theory, as method for experimental and even clinical investigations in cardiology is well known. At the same time it is not clear if nonlinear characteristics of ECG relate immediately to the dynamics of electrophysiological processes in the heart.

The aim of present study is quantitative and qualitative evaluation of dynamical processes in normal human heart, using tools of nonlinear analysis for numerical ECG. Moreover, we evaluate influence, not related with myocardial processes, nonlowdimensional and additive noises on dynamics of ECG. We argue, that dynamics of electrophysiological activity of normal heart is a lowdimensional nonlinear processes with fractal dimension 2.8.


M. Tabagari, L. Kutateladze, L. Kvachadze

The Selection of Producers of Amylases

Presented by Academician G.Kvesitadze, November 27, 1997

Abstract. Strains, representatives of mycelial fungi, active producers of regular a-amylase - Aspergillus oryzae 3-9-15, acid-stable a-amylase - Aspergillus niger 147-A and glucoamylase - Aspergillus awamori L-56 have been chosen. The different sources of carbon, nitrogen, phosphorus and vitamins have been tested on Aspergillus awamori L-56 glucoamylase biosynthesis under the conditions of deep cultivation. The optimal composition of the medium have been chosen.


M. Jaoshvili, M. Gogoberidze, Kh. Varsimashvili, N. Chelidze, T. Miminoshvili

Study of Cell Clones Isolated from Tissue Culture
of Yucca gloriosa L.

Presented by Academician G.Kvesitadze, December 29, 1997

ABSTRACT. The suspension culture of Yucca gloriosa L. is less aggregated in the active growth stage and the individual cells are growing more actively. The number of cell generations are determined and 8-9 cycles of cell division should occur to produce the viable clone. The biosynthetic potential of furostanols correlates with mitotic activity. As the high yielded biomass provides the high content of furostanolic glycosides the growth processes regulation is the prerequisite of metabolic activity.


C. Chkhubianishvili, M. Burjanadze, N.Goginashvili, N.Kiziria

The Development of Bacillus thuringiensis in the Populations of Leaf Miner Insects in Forest

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy I.Eliava, December 15, 1997

Abstract. The main pest insects - complex of leaf miner Lepidoptera species are widely distributed in foliage forests of Georgia. The new strain of the entomopathogenic bacteria, Bacillus thuiringiensis (Bt) var.kurstaki HD-1 (267.000 unit/g) was tested in 1% suspension against III-V instars larvae in the laboratory and natural conditions. The biological effectiveness within the limits 79.0-93.7% Bt doesn’t affect on the vitality of entomoiphagous insects.

Experimental medicine

D. Chavchanidze, T. Sanikidze, V. Sulkhanisvili, Corr. Member of the Academy
V. Bakhutashvili, Corr. Member of the Academy L. Managadze

Changes of Blood Paramagnetic Centres under the Influence of Shock Waves on Kidneys and Membrane-Protector Effect of Agent Plaferon-LB in Experiment

Presented June 13, 1998

Abstract. The purpose of experimental study was the determination of changes of blood paramagnetic centres and membrane-protector effects of agent Plaferon-LB under the influence of shock waves on kidney during extracorporeal shock wave lithotripsy (ESWL) by electronic paramagnetic resonance (EPR) method. The experiments were carried out on rabbits with lithotriptor “Urat-P” (Russia) under the i.v. anaesthesia. It seems to be advisable administration of Plaferon-LB in clinical practice during ESWL.

Experimental Medicine

L. Jorjoliani, T. Churadze, T. Giorgobiani

Air Pollution and Allergic Diseases in Children of Tbilisi

Presented by Academician T. Oniani, September 28, 1998

ABSTRACT.       The concentration of main air pollutans in Tbilisi exceeds the maximum allowable concentration (MAC) from 1.1 to 5.4 times. The frequency of children allergic diseases varied among zones and increased significantly with the air pollution intensity (p<0.001). 16073 children aged 0-15 years have been studied using the screening method.

Experimental Medicine

M.Artilakva, N.Mchedlishvili, I.Pavlenishvili

Neurotransmitters Level in Blood, Immunologic Changes while Newborns Adaptation Period and Perinatal Hypoxic-Traumatic Damages of CNS

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T.Dekanosidze, May 18, 1998

ABSTRACT. We studied the role of monoamines and immunologic factors in adaptation process on peripheric blood at both practically healthy newborns and of those having perinatal pathology of CNS. Close correlations between the level of monoamines produced by hypothalamus and immune markers were revealed, which points to the common tropic character of metabolic processes and coordination from the side of CNS.

Experimental Medicine

M. Epremashvili

Diabetes Mellitus and its Peculiarities in Georgian Jews from Tbilisi

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy T.Dekanosidze, February 11, 1998.

Abstract. Diabetic rethinopathy with frequent cases of optic nerve atrophia is the main complication of the patients with diabetes mellitus in the Georgian Jews. Cardiovascular diseases are mainly among the disorders concomitant to diabetes mellitus. Big fetus in woman in childbirth with diabetes mellitus is a risk-group from the point of view of diabetes development, especially when diabetes mellitus is accompanied by general stoutness in pregnants. The complications of the same nature are registered in the sick members of the family. This is determined by heredity and decompensated form of diabetes simultaneously.


G. Molinié, I. Pkhakadze, N. Tsotadze

Rhetoric and Advertising

Presented by Academician A. Gvakharia, September 25, 1997

Abstract. Advertising uses rhetoric figures to achieve its aim, which helps it to persuade a listener in correctness of an advertisement, and to persuade him/her to make a decision appropriate for a creator of an advertisement.


A. Ayfer Altay

Forces That Manipulate “Translation”

Presented by Academician A. Gvakharia, February 6, 1998

ABSTRACT. The paper deals with forces that manipulate translation. The author discusses the process of translation in historical perspective, covering the Middle Ages to the present day. Recent trends in the fields are analyzed.

History of Art

N. Sharikadze

Genre Synthesis in Neo-Classical Music Theatre (on the examples of I. Stravinsky and D. Milhaud Operas)

Presented by Corr. Member of the Academy A. Gvakharia, May 11, 1998

ABSTRACT. The present paper reports on various manifestations of genre synthesis in the first half of the 20th century. An opposition between genre synthesis and genre style in neo-classical music theatre is revealed.