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  1. USSR Report, Chemistry, No. 108


    6, Jun 83). 44 Perkov Reaction of Mixed Bis(l,l,3-Trihydroperfluoropropyl)- Alkyl Phosphites (I. V. Konovalova, et al.; IZVESTIYA AKADEMII NATJK...effective use of whey from cheese production. Biologically-active trace elements such as boron, copper, cobalt, maganese and iron can contribute to...purpose, Complexons containing phosphorus also offer promise. Corrections of trace element deficiencies are also crucial for animals that produce

  2. Die Sprache des Marketings und ihre Übersetzung: Morphologische und semantische Aspekte der Terminologie

    Konovalova, Anastasia; Ruiz Yepes, Guadalupe


    This article is the English version of “Die Sprache des Marketings und ihre Übersetzung: Morphologische und semantische Aspekte der Terminologie” by Anastasia Konovalova & Guadalupe Ruiz Yepes. It was not published on the print version of MonTI for reasons of space. The online version of MonTI does not suffer from these limitations, and this is our way of promoting plurilingualism. The importance of languages for special purposes in multinational companies grows with each passing day. Simu...

  3. Systematics of the east Palaearctic pear psyllids (Hemiptera: Psylloidea) with particular focus on the Japanese and Korean fauna.

    Cho, Geonho; Burckhardt, Daniel; Inoue, Hiromitsu; Luo, Xinyu; Lee, Seunghwan


    The confused taxonomy of the east Palaearctic pear psyllids, serious pests on cultivated pear, is reviewed. Fifty-six nominal species have been reported from Pyrus, 25 of which we consider valid and ten as not being associated with Pyrus. Our taxonomic revision suggests that, in Korea, four Cacopsylla species develop on pear: the univoltine C. burckhardti Luo et al. previously misidentified as C. pyrisuga (Foerster), the polyvoltine, seasonally dimorphic C. jukyungi (Kwon) (winter form 'cinereosignata' Luo et al., summer form 'jukyungi'), commonly found in Korean pear orchards, and C. maculatili Li (winter form 'maculatili', summer form 'qiuzili' Li) previously misidentified as C. pyricola (Foerster) by some authors, as well as the probably polyvoltine but not dimorphic C. sandolbaea (Park & Lee). The former three species (C. burckhardti, C. jukyungi, misidentified as C. chinensis (Yang & Li), and C. maculatili) occur also in Japan. Keys to the adult and fifth instar immatures as well as short biological notes are provided, and C. jukyungi and C. sandolbaea are redescribed. Following nomenclatorial changes are proposed: Cacopsylla betulaefoliae (Yang & Li, 1981) = Psylla heterobetulaefoliae Yang & Li, 1981, syn. nov.; Cacopsylla bidens (Šulc, 1907) = Psylla jiangli Yang & Li, 1981, syn. nov.; Cacopsylla jukyungi (Kwon) = C. cinereosignata Luo et al., syn. nov.; Cacopsylla maculatili Li = C. qiuzili Li, syn. nov.; Cacopsylla nigella (Konovalova), comb. nov. from Psylla. The synonymy of P. obongsana Kwon with C. sandolbaea is confirmed.

  4. Reducing the uncertainty of the primary damage production in Fe

    Bjorkas, C.; Nordlund, K.


    these are clearly smaller than the variations between previous potentials. The remaining differences between the fractions are ascribed to the different descriptions of the melting point and of the interstitial mobility in the potentials, and may be so small that they would not have consequences for the later stages of damage evolution. [1] Bjiirkas, Nordlund, Malerba, Terentyev, Olsson, J. Nucl. Mater., submitted for publication. [2] Bacon, J. Nucl. Mater. 216 (1994) 275. [3] Malerba, J. Nucl. Mater. 351 (2006) 28-38. [4] Ackland, Mendelev, Srolovitz, Han, Barashev, J. Phys: Cond. Mat. 16 (2004) S2629-42. [5] Dudarev, Derlet, J. Phys.: Cond. Mat. 17 (2005) 1-22. [6] Mueller, Erhart, Albe, Phys. Rev. B., submitted for publication. (authors)

  5. Optimization of tactical decisions: subjective and objective conditionality

    Олег Юрійович Булулуков


    Full Text Available In the article «human» and «objective» factors are investigated that influencing on optimization of tactical decisions. Attention is accented on dependence of the got information about the circumstances of crime from the acceptance of correct decisions an investigator. Connection between efficiency of investigation and acceptance of optimal tactical decisions is underlined. The declared problem is not investigational in literature in a sufficient measure. Its separate aspects found the reflection in works: D. А. Solodova, S. Yu. Yakushina and others. Some questions related to optimization of investigation and making decision an investigator we discover in works: R. S. Belkin, V. А. Juravel, V. Е. Konovalova, V. L. Sinchuk, B. V. Shur, V. Yu. Shepitko. The aim of the article is determination of term «optimization», as it applies to tactical decisions in criminalistics, and also consideration of influence of human and objective factors on the acceptance of optimal decisions at investigation of crimes. In the article etymology of term is considered «optimization» and interpretation of its is given as it applies to the acceptance of tactical decisions. The types of mark human and objective factors, stipulating optimization of tactical decisions. The last assists efficiency of tactics of investigation of crimes. At consideration of «human factors» of influencing on optimization decisions, attention applies on «psychological traps» can take place at making decision. Among them such are named, as: anchoring; status quo; irreversible expenses; desired and actual; incorrect formulation; conceit; reinsurance; constancy of memory. Underlined, absence of unambiguity in the brought list over of «objective factors» influencing at choice tactical decision. The different understanding of «tactical risk» is argued, as a factor influencing on an acceptance tactical decisions. The analysis of «human» and «objective» factors influencing on