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AEROSPACE MEDICINE
   AND BIOLOGY

    A CONTINUING        BIBLIOGRAPHY
              WITH INDEXES


               (Supplement 151)

               FEBRUARY 1976




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AEROSPACE MEDICINE
   AND BIOLOGY
      A CONTINUING BIBLIOGRAPHY
                           WITH INDEXES

                          (Supplement 151)

           A selection of annotated references to unclas-
           sified reports and journal articles that were
           introduced into the NASA scientific and tech-
           nical information system and announced in
           January 1976 in
               • Scientific   and    Technical  Aerospace
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Scientijic and Technical Information OJJice           FEBRUARY 1976
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                            INTRODUCTION

      This Supplement to Aerospace Medicine and Biology (NASA SP-7011) lists 195 reports,
articles and other documents announced during January 1976 in Scientific and Technical
Aerospace Reports (STAR) or in International Aerospace Abstracts (IAA) The first issue
of the bibliography was published in July 1964; since that time, monthly supplements have
been issued
      In its subject coverage, Aerospace Medicine and Biology concentrates on the biological,
physiological, psychological, and environmental effects to which man is subjected during
and following simulated or actual flight in the earth's atmosphere or in interplanetary space
References describing similar effects of biological organisms of lower order are also in-
cluded. Such related topics as sanitary problems, pharmacology, toxicology, safety and sur-
vival, life support systems, exobiology, and personnel factors receive appropriate attention
In general, emphasis is placed on applied research, but references to fundamental studies and
theoretical principles related to experimental development also qualify for inclusion
      Each entry in the bibliography consists of a bibliographic citation accompanied in most
cases by an abstract. The listing of the entries is arranged in two major sections IAA
Entries and STAR Entries, in that order The citations, and abstracts when available, are
reproduced exactly as they appeared originally in IAA or STAR, including the original
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 AIAA ACCESSION     A76-10720 *             Visual reaction times during prolonged angular
 NUMBER         -'"acceleration parallel the subjective perception of rotation D L •»—                AUTHOR
                    Mattsoq_(San Jose State University, San Jose, Calif) Journal of•»)
 AUTHOR'S                                                                                             TITLE OF
                    Experimental Psychology, vol 1, Nov 1975, p 404-410 23 refs
 AFFILIATION                                                                                       PERIODICAL
                »• Grant No NGL-05-046-002                       "*•                       .
                          The effect of prolonged angular acceleration on choice reaction I
 CONTRACT.                                                                                       PUBLICATION
 GRANT OR           time to an accelerating visual stimulus was investigated, with 10
                                                                                                        DATE
 SPONSORSHIP —I     commercial airline pilots serving as subjects The pattern of reaction
                    times during and following acceleration was compared with the
                    pattern of velocity estimates reported during identical trials Both
                    reaction times and velocity estimates increased at the onset of
                    acceleration, declined prior to the termination of acceleration, and
                    showed an aftereffect These results are inconsistent with the
                    torsion-pendulum theory of semicircular canal function and suggest
                    that the vestibular adaptation is of central origin          (Author)
 AEROSPACE MEDICINE
 AND                      BIOLOGY                                          A Continuing Bibliography (Suppl. 151)

                                                                                                                   FEBRUARY 1976


                                                                             in order to assess the potentials of this technique The clinical
                                                                             usefulness of the technique is discussed, and its suitability for
                   IAA ENTRIES                                               semiquantitative evaluation of anterior necrotic lesions is stressed
                                                                             An index of necrosis is proposed from planimetric measurements of
                                                                             the mfarcted area as compared to the total left ventricular surface in
A76-10098 *           Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in          both the anteropostenor and left anterior oblique projections This
the unanesthetized dog and baboon J A Swain, S F Vatner                      index of necrosis is shown to correlate with the incidence of major
(Harvard University, Peter Bent Brigham Hospital, Children's Hospi           complications following the acute episode of coronary occlusion
tal Medical Center, Boston, New England Regional Primate Research            The sensitivity, specificity, and accuracy of the technique are briefly
Center, Southborough, Mass ), G R Heyndnckx, and D H                         discussed In order to visualize the mtracardiac cavities, Cs 131
Boettcher American Journal of Physiology, vol 229, Sept 1975, p               investigation is usually completed by an ln-113m scintigram to be
826-830 21 refs Research supported by the American Heart                     able to recognize parietal aneurism The results so far obtained are
Association and NASA, Grants No                 PHS-HL-15416, No             promising enough to justify further efforts in this field         SD
PHS-HL 17549, No PHS-HU-1043609
      Effects of indomethacin and meclofenamate, inhibitors of
prostaglandin synthesis, were evaluated in the regulation of renal           A76-10718              On the relation between time and space in the
blood flow in conscious and anesthetized dogs and in tranquilized            visual discrimination of velocity J S Lappm, H H Bell, 0 J Harm,
baboons, instrumented with arterial pressure catheters and renal             and B Kottas (Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tenn ) Journal of
blood flow probes Indomethacin, 10 mg/kg, did not alter renal                Experimental Psychology, vol 1, Nov 1975, p 383394 22 refs
blood flow or resistance significantly in the conscious dog In the           Grant No PHS-MH-21105
anesthetized dog, however, indomethacin caused a reduction in renal               Two experiments were conducted to verify whether perception
blood flow and an elevation of renal vascular resistance Meclo               of velocity is determined by prior discrimination of spatial and
fenamate, 4 mg/kg, reduced renal flow and increased renal vascular           temporal distances, by comparing the discnmmabilities of moving
resistance in conscious dogs In conscious dogs and tranquilized              stimuli varied in spatial extent, temporal duration, or in redundant
primates, indomethacin and meclofenamate reduced the reactive                combinations of both variables The subject's task was to identify
hyperemia in the renal bed Methoxamine and angiotensm II infused             which of two alternative stimuli was presented on each trial A set of
in graded doses induced significantly greater renal vasoconstriction in      four stimuli was constructed from two values of spatial extent and
conscious dogs in the presence of indomethacin Thus, in the                  two values of temporal duration Separate conditions required
conscious animal, prostaglandms appear to play only a minor part m           discrimination of each of the six possible pairs of these stimuli
the control of renal circulation at rest, but they are of greater            Experiment 1 examined continuous motion and Experiment 2
importance in mediating the renal responses to reactive hyperemia            examined apparent motion for stimuli with short (50 vs 65 msec)
and to vasoconstriction                                      (Author]        and with long (500 vs 650 msec) interstimulus intervals With
                                                                             continuous motion and with good apparent motion (short intervals),
A76-10303         ff    Radiation safety in space flights Radio-             the discrimination between the different-velocity bivanate pairs was
biological aspects (Radiatsionnaia bezopasnost' kosmicheski kh               too accurate to be attributed only to discriminations of the spatial
poletov Radiobiologicheskie aspekty) lu G Gngor'ev Moscow,                   and temporal extents of the motion This did not occur with poor
Atomizdat, 1975 256 p 549 refs In Russian                                    apparent motion                                              (Author)
      The radiation doses to which man in space can be exposed are
discussed, and criteria for evaluating the radiation safety during space
flights are proposed Data on the biological action of protons and
heavy ions are reviewed, along with the results of radiobiological
experiments performed in space The modifying influence environ-              A76-10719              Perception and extrapolation of velocity and
mental physical factors on the radiobiological effect is examined            acceleration D A Rosenbaum (Stanford University, Stanford,
Means of protecting space crews from radiation are described        VP       Calif ) Journal of Experimental Psychology, vol 1 Nov 1975 p
                                                                             395403 8 refs
A76-10480 *           Responses to load disturbances in human                     A moving target disappeared behind a screen and subjects
shoulder muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a pulse test         predicted when the target passed behind a marker on the screen
information signal J H J Allum (MIT, Cambridge, Mass )                       When the target moved with constant velocity, predictions were
Experimental Brain Research, vol 22, no 3, 1975, p 307-326 31                extremely accurate, regardless of the spatial and temporal exposure
refs Grant No NGR-22-009-025                                                 and concealment of the target and regardless of its rate of velocity
                                                                             When the target accelerated, accuracy of prediction decreased with
A76-10650              Cs-131 myocardial scmtigraphy - Application           increasing acceleration and with increasing target concealment
to assessment of anterior myocardial infarction W Burguet, G                 Analyses of the results suggest that the perception of velocity and
Merchie, and H Kulbertus (Uiege, University, Liege, Belgium) British         acceleration incorporates concrete and abstract characteristics of the
Heart Journal, vol 37, Oct 1975, p 10371044 21 refs                          motion that was seen It is proposed that the motion perception
     One hundred and ten cases with documented anterior myo-                 system is tuned to accelerated rather than to constant velocity
cardial infarction are studied by cesium-131 myocardial scmtigraphy          movement                                                     (Author)
A76-10720


 A76-10720 •            Visual reaction times during prolonged angular   Research, Ottawa, Canada). Journal of Fire and Flammability,
 acceleration parallel the subjective perception of rotation D L         Combustion Toxicology Supplement, vol 2, Aug 1975, p 213-225
 Mattson (San Jose State University, San Jose, Calif) Journal of         40 refs
 Experimental Psychology, vol 1, Nov 1975, p 404410 23 refs                   Studies on toxic decomposition products to provide an experi-
 Grant No NGL-05-046-002                                                 mental basis for the possible restriction of materials that generate
      The effect of prolonged angular acceleration on choice reaction    large amounts of harmful gases upon combustion are summarized
 time to an accelerating visual stimulus was investigated, with 10       Results of several investigations of fire fatalities show that the
 commercial airline pilots serving as subjects The pattern of reaction   majority are caused by inhalation of combustion products Experi-
 times during and following acceleration was compared with the           ments to determine the toxicity of various combustion products and
 pattern of velocity estimates reported during identical trials Both     to identify the synergistic, additive, or antagonistic effects of certain
 reaction times and velocity estimates increased at the onset of         combinations of toxic gases are described Quantitative analyses of


A76-10808 ft          DMA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats       pyrolysis products are discussed, and a method of evaluating the
during adaptation to high-altitude conditions (Sintez DNK v limfoid-     toxic hazard from experimental data is proposed Fire regulations of
nykh organakh krys pn adaptatsn k usloviiam vysokogor'ia) F T            various countries limiting the use of potentially toxic materials are
Gusemov, G S Komolova, I A Egorov, and V A Isabaeva                      outlined                                                      CKD
(Akademna Nauk SSSR, Institut Biokhimn, Moscow, USSR) Aka-
demiia Nauk SSSR. Doklady, vol 223, Aug 1, 1975, p 1018, 1019
12 refs In Russian
                                                                         A76-10825             A bibliography of published information on
                                                                         combustion toxicology C J Hilado (San Francisco, University, San
                                                                         Francisco, Calif) and R P Chapman (California, University, Davis,
                                                                         Calif ) Journal of Fire and Flammability, Combustion Toxicology
A76-10809 #             The dependence of the content and concentra-     Supplement, vol 2, Aug 1975, p 244-261 241 refs
tion of products of enzymatic oxidation on the size of coacervate
                      1
droplets (Zavisimost soderzhanna i kontsentratsn produktov fer-
mentativnogo okislenua ot razmerov koatservatnykh kapel'l T V
Mamontova, T N Evremova, and lu R Khrust (Moskovskn                      A76-10991              Absorption characteristics of multilayered
Gosudarstvennyi Universitet, Moscow, USSR) Akademna Nauk                 sphere models exposed to UHF/microwave radiation C M Weil
SSSR, Doklady, vol 223, Aug 1, 1975, p 1020-1022 7 refs In                (U S Environmental Protection Agency, Experimental Biology
 Russian                                                                  Laboratory, Research Triangle Park, N C ) IEEE Transactions on
      The oxidation of pyrogallol and o-dimethoxybenzidme by
                                                                         Biomedical Engineering, vol BME-22, Nov 1975, p 468-476 20
peroxidase in the presence of H2O2 was studied in protein-
                                                                         refs
 carbohydrate (histone-gum arable) and protem-nuclem (histone-
                                                                              The interaction of electromagnetic plane waves with multi-
 DNA) coacervate systems. Quantitative measurements of oxidation
                                                                         layered spherical models composed of lossy dielectric media that
 products in individual coacervate droplets were carried out using a
 probing scintillation spectrophotometer and a scanning integrating      represent different biological tissues found in human and animal
 microphotometer It was found that with increasing droplet size the      heads is examined in the frequency range 0 1 to 10 GHz The model
content of oxidized substances increased, while their concentration      ranges in size from 2 to 125 cms outer radius and consists of a core
 decreased The concentration of oxidized compounds was greater in        of brain-like material surrounded by five outer layers of CSF, bone,
 DNA-histone droplets than in gum arabic-histone droplets of the         fat and skin-dura tissues The absorption properties of the model
 same size Equations describing the dependence of the concentration      have been analyzed throughout this range of size and frequency The
 of individual oxidation products on droplet size are derived from       distribution of internally deposited energy has also been investigated
                                                                         in detail for three basic spheres of 3 3, 6 and 10 cms radii, with
 analysis of the data                                        CKD
                                                                         emphasis on the creation of localized regions of strong heating
                                                                         (hot-spots) Based on these results, some generalized conclusions are
                                                                         presented on the interaction of microwaves with different sized
                                                                         biological objects                                           (Author)
A76-10823               Comments      on   fire   toxicity     R   R
Montgomery, C F Remhardt, and J B Terrill (Du Pont de Nemours~
and Co , Inc , Wilmington, Del ) Journal of Fire and Flammability,
Combustion Toxicology Supplement, vol 2, Aug 1975, p 179-212             A76-10997           Computation of the electromagnetic fields and
83 refs                                                                  induced temperatures within a model of the microwave-irradiated
     Factors identified as causes of death and mcapacitation in fires    human eye A Taflove (ITT Research Institute, Chicago, III ) and M
are heat, either as direct burns or thermal shock, carbon monoxide,      E Brodwm (Northwestern University, Evanston, III ) IEEE Trans-
oxygen deficiency, thermal decomposition gases, smoke, and panic         actions on Microwave Theory and Techniques, vol MTT 23, Nov
or trauma Among these factors, two recent epidemiological surveys        1975, p 888-896 25 refs
of fire fatalities identified carbon monoxide poisoning, smoke
poisoning or asphyxia, and burns as principal causes of fire deaths
Test methods for evaluating fire toxicity are characterized as
analytical, biological, a combination of these two, or predictive The
review includes data from laboratory experiments of these various        A76-11064              Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a
                                                                         man-machine system R J Niemela (U S Army, Electronics Com-
types and also data from room and building fires The need to put
                                                                         mand, Fort Monmouth. N J ) and E S Krendel (Pennsylvania,
data into practical context or present it on a comparable basis with
                                                                         University, Philadelphia, Pa ) IEEE Transactions on Systems. Man,
standard or natural materials is emphasized Suggestions for future
                                                                         and Cybernetics, vol SMC-5, Nov 1975, p 615-617 10 refs
research are presented                                       (Author)
                                                                              A description of the detection portion of a concise model of
                                                                         human operator adaptation in manually tracking a step change in
                                                                         polarity of double integral plant dynamics is presented A general
                                                                         form of the detection boundaries in error state space was postulated
A76-10824        Toxicity of decomposition products. K Sumi              based on examination of man-machine error trajectory responses
and Y Tsuchiya (National Research Council, Div of Building               This form was corroborated by experimental data             (Author)
                                                                                                                               A76      11468


A76-11138*              Increased rate of response of the pituitary-     Foundation and Massachusetts Lions Eye Research Fund, Grant No
adrenal system in rats adapted to chronic stress. P C. Sakellans and     NIH-1-R01-EY-01242-01
J Vernikos-Danellis (NASA, Ames Research Center, Biomedical                   A technique for making on-line recordings of fluorescein
 Research Div., Moffett Field, Calif ) Endocrinology, vol 97, Sept.      dilution curves from two locations in the human retina has been
 1975, p 597-602 22 refs                                                 devised A modified Zeiss fundus camera with two optical fibers
      The response and adaptation of the pituitary-adrenal system to     mounted in a scanning ocular col'octs the light emitted by
chronic stresses was investigated These included individual caging,      fluorescein dye from two spots in the fundus Two fiber-optic cables
confinement, and exposure to cold for varying periods of time.           transmit the collected light to a photomultipher The detector
Studies were carried out demonstrating that during the period of         output current is transmitted to a two-channel pulse sorter The
adaptation when plasma corticosterone concentrations returned            output signals from the pulse sorter are amplified and displayed on a
toward their prestress level despite continued exposure to the           two-channel recorder Since this technique utilizes only small
stressor, the animals responded to additional stimuli of ether for 1     amounts of fluorescein, multiple measurements in the same subject
mm, a saline injection, or release from confinement with a faster        are possible                                                 (Author)
increase (within 2 5 mm) in plasma corticosterone than controls (10
mm) It is concluded that during adaptation to a chronic stress the
pituitary-adrenal system is not inhibited by the circulating steroid     A76-11449             Effects of age on responses to isometric
level but is actually hypersensitive to additional stimuli  (Author)     exercise - Isometric handgrip in nonmvasive screening for cardio-
                                                                         vascular disease M Kino, V W Lance, A Shahamatpour, and D H
                                                                         Spodick (Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, Tufts University, Boston,
                                                                         Mass) American Heart Journal, vol 90, Nov 1975, p 575-581 42
A76-11200              Frequency analyzer for EEC signals (Fre-
quenzanalysator fur EEG-Signale) H N Karp Elektronik, vol 24             refs Grant No NIH-HE-13608
Oct 1975, p 107-109 12 refs In German
     The paper describes an EEG recording system that displays to
the subject under investigation the time variation of his alpha waves
and their frequency spectrum This bio-feedback system is particular-     A76-11450              Electrophysiology and pharmacology of car-
ly suited for experiments in which test subjects exercize control over   diac arrhythmias IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic effects of beta
their alpha-wave generation Block scheme and circuit diagram of the      adrenergic receptor stimulation and blockage Part B A L Wit, B F
system are shown The frequency range (7-14 MHz) is divided into          Hoffman, and M R Rosen (Columbia University, New York, N Y )
seventeen channels Tests showed that some subiects were able to          American Heart Journal, vol 90, Nov 1975, p 665-675 70 refs
control the amplitude of the EEG signals, but only when they could
observe the display screen                                     PT H



                                                                         A76-11451        ff     Dynamics of biped walk II (Dmamika dvu-
A76-11238 #           Reaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in
                                                                         nogoi khod'by II) V V Beletskn Akademna Nauk SSSR, Izvestna,
the peripheral blood of rate to hyperbanc oxygenation during
                                                                         Mekhanika Tverdogo Tela, July-Aug 1975, p 3-13 5 refs In
oxygen deficiency in the organism (Reaktsiia entrotsitov i granu-
                                                                         Russian
lotsitov penfencheskoi krovi krys na giperbancheskuiu oksigenatsnu
                                                                              Analytical solutions in closed form are obtained for several
pri kislorodnoi nedostatochnosti orgamzma) "i G Tsagareh, E S
                                                                         problems in which a biped system is simulated as a solid with two
Chertkova, and M A Dgebuadze (Akademna Nauk Gruzmskoi SSR,
                                                                         mertialess legs with many joints suspended at one point The
 Institut Ekspenrnental'noi Morfologn, Tiflis, Georgian SSR) Akade-
                                                                         compensating motions of the body (balancer), the control moments
mna Nauk Gruzmskoi SSR, Soobshchenna, vol 79, Aug 1975, p
                                                                         in the leg joints, and the reactions of the suspension are determined
477-480 In Russian
                                                                         from the given trajectory of the suspension point and the trail
                                                                         trajectory                                                       VP


A76-11376 §           Computer-aided analysis of the probability
characteristics of the brain biopotentials in healthy man (Analiz
veroiatnostnykh kharaktenstik biopotentsialov golovnogo mozga            A76-11468              Aviation cardiology in Canada G W Manning
zdorovogo cheloveka s pomoshch'iu elektronno-vychislitel'noi tekh-       (University Hospital, London, Ontario, Canada), R Thatcher, and I
mki) V I Kondratenko and A A Rybalov (Donetskn Meditsmskii               H Anderson (Canadian Armed Forces, Defence and Civil Institute of
Institut, Donetsk, USSR) Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatel'nosti,           Environmental Medicine, Toronto, Department of National Health
vol 25, July-Aug 1975, p 792-798 9 refs In Russian                       and Welfare, Civil Aviation Medicine Medical Services Branch,
                                                                         Ottawa, Canada) (American College of Cardiology, Bethesda Con-
                                                                         ference, 8th, Washington, DC, Apr 25, 26, 1975) American
A76-11377       ff    Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex for dif-      Journal of Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31,1975, p 576-583 7 refs
ferent stages and cycles of nighttime sleep (Dmamiki kozhno-                  A summary of military and civilian aspects of aviation cardiolo-
gal'vamcheskogo refleksa v razlichnykh stadnakh i tsiklakh nochnogo      gy in Canada is given Electrocardiographs screening of applicants
sna) V S Rotenberg, B I Kochubei, and V M Shakhnarovich (I               for military aircrew training is discussed, and procedures for the
Moskovskii      Meditsmskii     Institut,  Vsesoiuznyi     Nauchno-      detection and review of existing or potential cases of cardiovascular
Issledovatel'skn Institut Zheleznodorozhnoi Gigieny, Moscow,             disease in airmen are described Preliminary results of a follow-up
USSR) Zhurnal Vysshei Nervnoi Deiatel'nosti, vol 25, July-Aug            program of 5000 men who had routine ECGs during the Second
1975, p 858-860 5 refs In Russian                                        World War indicate that first degree atrioventricular block does not
                                                                         increase morbidity or mortality over that of the normal population
                                                                         and that primary T wave changes may indicate the presence of
                                                                         asympomatic coronary heart disease The evaluation of the cardio-
A76-11419            Two-point fluorophotometer for the human            vascular fitness of applicants for civil aviation licenses is outlined,
ocular fundus C Riva and I Ben-Sira (Retina Foundation, Eye              and the guidelines used in granting licenses when cardiovascular
Research Institute, Boston, Mass ) Applied Optics, vol 14, Nov           problems exist are presented The risk of civil aviation accidents due
1975, p 2691-2693 5 refs Research supported by the Adler                 to cardiovascular problems is discussed                         CKD
A76-11469


A76-11469              Operational aspects of pilot incapacitatton in a   Washington, D C, Apr 25. 26, 1975) American Journal of
multicrew airliner H W Orlady (United Air Lines, Inc , Chicago,           Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31,1975, p 608,609
 III ) (American College of Cardiology, Bethesda Conference, 8th,              Guidelines are recommended for the exercise of flexibility in the
Washington, DC, Apr 25, 26, 1975) American Journal of                     application of International Civil Aviation standards regarding
Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31,1975, p 584-588 12refs                         ischemic heart disease It is suggested that recertification of patients
      The risks due to obvious or subtle (not immediately apparent to     with ischemic heart disease be denied if coronary angiography
crew members) pilot incapacitation during critical flight stages were     indicates obstructive narrowing of two or more major coronary
studied in simulated incidents in DC-8 and B-737 aircraft The             arteries, and that it be granted if the coronary arteries are normal In
studies revealed three critical tasks for airline crews dealing with an   other cases where there is coronary lummal narrowing, recertification
incapacitation maintaining control of the aircraft, caring for the        should be withheld if there is other evidence of active myocardial
incapacitated crew member, and reorganizing the cockpit and               ischemia Persons with a history of myocardial infarction but with no
landing Effective transfer of control was achieved by crews with no       evidence of current myocardial ischemia should not be considered
previous training in less than 5 seconds in 93% of the simulated          for recertification until one year after the infarction          CKD
incidents There were wide variations in crew performance in caring
for the incapacitated member Reorganization of the cockpit was not        A76-11473                Hypertension Mr Gifford (Cleveland Clinic,
a problem It is suggested that air crews receive training in the          Cleveland, Ohio), Mr Martz (Dow Chemical Co , Indianapolis, Ind ),
recognition of subtle incapacitation and in coping with the in-           Mr Carter (Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn ), Mr Berry (Texas,
capacitated pilot Such training might permit conservative modifica-       University, Houston, Tex ), Mr Cans (U S Veterans Administration
tions of medical standards while attaining a reduction of operational     Hospital, San Antonio, Tex ), Mr Freis (U S Veterans Administra-
risk                                                            CKD       tion Hospital, Washington, D C ) , and Mr Hickler (Memorial
                                                                          Hospital, Worcester, Mass ) (American College of Cardiology,
 A76-11470               On experts and expertise - The effect of         Bethesda Conference, 8th, Washington, D C, Apr 25, 26, 1975)
 variability in observer performance D H Spodick (Lemuel Shattuck         American Journal of Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31, 1975, p 613-616
 Hospital, Boston, Mass ) (American College of Cardiology, Bethesda       12 refs
 Conference, 8th, Washington, D C, Apr 25, 26, 1975) American                  Recommendations regarding the qualification of pilots with
Journal of Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31,1975, p 592-596 16 refs             hypertension are presented Risks permitted by the present regula-
      Variation in the performance of cardiology experts is dependent     tions are judged to be acceptable, but it is suggested that serum
upon quantity and quality of the available data, but is also a function   cholesterol and glucose concentrations and smoking habits be
of two personal factors perception and interpretation of data             included in the equation with blood pressure in determining fitness
Comparisons of expert interpretations of electrocardiograms and           for flight Guidelines are presented for the qualification of pilots
vectorcardiograms made with and without biasing information               whose hypertension has been surgically corrected or is control led by
demonstrate wide divergence of opinion Two controlled perception          antihypertensive drugs Disqualifying evidence of target organ disease
trials involving recognized cardiology experts produced similar           is summarized, and a method of monitoring hypertension in pilots is
results It is suggested that biases in data acquisition and interpreta-   outlined It is recommended that the same hypertension standards be
tion be minimized as far as possible by standardization of evaluation     applied to all classes of pilots                              CKD
protocols and that multi-observer controlled trials of diagnostic
methods be conducted to reveal the level of built-in discrepancies
                                                                 CK D     A76-11474               Valvular heart disease Mr Hall (Texas Heart
                                                                          Institute, Houston, Tex ), Mr Bristow (Oregon, University, Portland,
A76-11471              Identification of ischemic heart disease Mr        Ore ), Mr Hultgren (U S Veterans Administration Hospital, Palo
Ellestad (Memorial Hospital Center, Long Beach, Calif ), Mr Fox           Alto, Calif), Mr Kouchoukous (Alabama, University, Birmingham,
(George Washington University, Bethesda, Md ), Mr Bruce, Mr               Ala ), Mr McAllister (U S Armed Forces Institute of Pathology,
Dodge (Washington, University, Seattle, Wash ), Mr Gensmi (St             Walter Reed Hospital, Washington, D C ) , and Mr Cheitlm
Joseph's Hospital, Syracuse, N Y ) , Mr Humphries (Johns Hopkins          (American College of Cardiology, Bethesda Conference, 8th,
University, Baltimore, Md ), Mr Kannel (National Heart Institute,         Washington, D C, Apr 25, 26, 19751 American Journal of
Frammgham, Mass), Mr Levy (National Institutes of Health,                 Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31,1975, p 617-620 30 refs
National Heart and Lung Institute, Bethesda, Md ), Mr Mankm                    A procedure for detecting and evaluating valvular heart disease
(Mayo Clinic, Rochester, Minn ), and Mr McHenry (Indiana Uni-             in qualified pilots and applicants for flight qualification is outlined
versity, Indianapolis, Ind ) (American College of Cardiology,             It is recommended that all acquired valvular heart disease be
Bethesda Conference, 8th, Washington, D C, Apr 25, 26, 1975 i             disqualifying on the initial examination for flight qualification, and
American Journal of Cardiology, vol 36, Oct 31, 1975, p 597-608           that newly discovered and previously undocumented valvular
33 refs                                                                   abnormalities in certified flight personnel be disqualifying until their
     The construction of cardiovascular risk profiles for asympto-        stability and severity have been determined by serial observation
matic individuals is discussed, together with the use of resting and      Guidelines for continuing flight certification of personnel with mild
exercise electrocardiograms to identify cardiovascular conditions         aortic stenosis, mild aortic regurgitation, or mild mitral regurgitation
presenting a potential hazard The evaluation procedures currently         are presented                                                    CKD
required for pilots of different classes are summarized Criteria for
qualifying persons beginning or continuing an aviation career are
proposed Procedures are recommended for the initial evaluation and
periodic follow-up of the cardiovascular health of pilots     CKD
                                                                          A76-11475*               The capability of fluoroscopic systems to
                                                                          determine differential Roentgen-ray absorption N A Baily and R
                                                                          L Crepeau (California, University, La Jolla, Calif ) Radiology, vol
 A76-11472             Recommendations for subjects with ischemic         115, May 1975,p 439-445 8 refs Grant No NGL-05009-103
 heart disease Mr Likoff (Hahnemann Medical College and Hospital,               A clinical fluoroscopic unit used in conjunction with a TV image
 Philadelphia, Pa ), Mr Knoebel (Indiana University, Indianapolis,        digitization system was investigated to determine its capability to
 Ind ), Mr Amsterdam (California, University, Davis, Calif ), Mr          evaluate differential absorption between two areas in the same field
 Frykholm (Aviation Medical Section, Montreal, Canada), Mr                Fractional contrasts and minimum detectability for air, several
 McMeekin (US Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Walter Reed            concentrations of Renografm-60, and aluminum were studied using
 Hospital, Washington, D C ) , Mr Roberts (National Institutes of         phantoms of various thicknesses Results showed that the video-
 Health, National Heart and Lung Institute, Bethesda, Md ), and Mr        metric response, when treated as contrast, shows a linear response
 Morris (American College of Cardiology, Bethesda Conference, 8th,        with absorber thickness up to considerable thicknesses         (Author)
                                                                                                                               A76-11711


A76-11703              Biomedical cost of low-level flight in a hot      the left ventricles involving both the wall and the papillary muscles
environment R R Bellinger (USAF, School of Aerospace Medicine,           The severity and extent of the subendocardial hemorrhage were
Brooks AFB, Tex ) and G R Carwell (USAF, Regional Hospital,              quantified on a scale of 1 (slight) to 4 (extremely severe)
Shaw AFB, S C ) Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol         Hemorrhagmg in the papillary muscles of adult pigs following a single
46, Oct 1975, p 1221-1226 20 refs                                        45 90 second exposure to +9 Gz ranged from a mean of 2 3 to 3 3,
      The physiologic and performance effects of low level recon-        and the extent of ventricular wall involvement was 2 5-3 3 Heart
naissance flying in hot environments were documented and quan-           hemorrhage was limited to the subendocardial region, primarily the
titated RF-4C pilots and weapons system operators were studied in        space between the heart muscle and the endocardium, and was
hot and cool seasons during both high and low missions to                particularly evident around Purkmje's fibers Young farm pigs were
distinguish environmental temperature from flight level effects ECG,     much less susceptible to hemorrhage It is suggested that particular
sternal and thigh skin temperatures, and cockpit temperature at          attention be given to the endocardium of victims of high-
helmet level were monitored continuously Body weights, oral              performance aircraft accidents                                 CKD
temperatures, sweat Na/K ratios, and urine electrolytes, steroids, and
catecholammes, as well as sleep and fatigue scores, were measured
Mission performance was assessed using photo target acquisition           A76-11707              Medical and psychiatric aspects of accident
scores RF-4C aircrews are exposed to moderate heat stress and acute       investigation R E Yanowitch (FAA, Office of Aviation Medicine,
dehydration (1 2% over 90 mm) during low level summer flights            Washington, D C ) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Sympo-
where cockpit temperature occasionally exceeded 50 C Photo target        sium, Downsview, Ontario. Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974) Aviation,
scores indicated that the potential for crew error was increased and     Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46 Oct 1975 p
that the margin of safety was accordingly decreased during such hot       1254-1256
missions The RF-4C cockpit air conditioning system proved in-                  Mechanical failures are causative factors in 10-20% of fatal
adequate                                                     (Author)    aircraft accidents, while biomedical factors account for 80-90% of
                                                                         such incidents Accident investigation includes a complete autopsy
                                                                         and, where possible, toxicological studies of the blood, bile, urine,
                                                                         gastric contents, etc to reveal the presence of substances causing
A76-11704             Body composition of mice following exposure        pilot mcapacitation such as alcohol, drugs, and carbon monoxide
to 4300 and 6100 meters J P Hannon and G B Rogers (U S                   The investigation of factors contributing to destructive stress
Army, Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San              reactions in aircraft crew members is described, and the role of stress
Francisco, Calif ) Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol      response in aircraft accidents is discussed                    CK D
46, Oct 1975, p 1232-1235 20 refs
      Male Swiss mice were exposed for 3 and 7 d to simulated
                                                                         A76-11709             Analysis of human factors in aircraft ac-
altitudes of 4300 and 6100 m Body weight losses were enhanced at
                                                                         cidents P J Dean and R F Thatcher (Defence and Civil Institute of
the higher elevation and after longer exposure at each elevation
                                                                         Environmental Medicine, Downsview, Ontario, Canada) (Joint Com-
Carcass analyses showed the weight losses to be attributable to
                                                                         mittee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario,
decrements in body water and fat content The water decrements
                                                                         Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974) Aviation, Space, and Environmental
were a little greater than the fat decrements after all exposure
                                                                         Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p 1260-1262
conditions At both elevations, however, fat loss increased sig-
                                                                              Basic approaches used in the analysis of human factors are
nificantly as exposure was extended from 3 to 7 d whereas water loss
                                                                         discussed and a description is given of two recent examples of studies
remained unchanged                                         (Author)
                                                                         which led to a new evaluation of the employed methods of analysis
                                                                         In the operational analysis, possible factors which might have played
                                                                         a role in the accident are identified with the aid of a guide list of
                                                                         about 100 items                                                   GR
A76-11705              Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten
mimic Clinical and open-chest myocardial biopsy studies G M
                                                                         A76-11710             Cervicocramum and the aviator's protective
FitzGibbon (National Defence Medical Centre Ottawa, Canada)
                                                                         helmet E J Colangelo (U S Navy, Naval Safety Center, Norfolk,
(Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downsview,
                                                                         Va ) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downs-
Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 19741 Aviation, Space, and Environ
                                                                         view, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 19741 Aviation, Space, and
mental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p 1248-1250 7 refs
                                                                         Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p 1263,1264
     Attention is drawn to the cardiomyopathies, 25 idiopathic cases
                                                                              It has been held that there is an analogy between the APH-6
being presented and the features noted which may mimic other
                                                                         aviator's helmet and the hangman's noose, with the inferior edge of
conditions, especially coronary heart disease Subtle clinical mani-
                                                                         the helmet, when visualized as part of a continuous circle completed
festations may be missed or misinterpreted unless these disorders are
                                                                         by nape-strap and chin-strap, forming the noose, and with the lesions
kept in mind The diagnosis can usually be suspected at the bedside
                                                                         made about the neck by the straps or edge of the helmet paralleling
but specialized tests may be required to confirm it Open chest
                                                                         the abrasions and the contusions that might be associated with a
myocardial biopsy has yielded exciting but not yet apparently useful
                                                                         rope It had been thought that a fractured, displaced odontoid
results in six instances Recognition of cardiomyopathy in aviation
                                                                         process is the prototype lesion which endangers the victim with
cardiology is important because of the high incidence of cardiac
arrhythmia and sudden death associated with the condition                cervical cord, injury and death, but recent studies show mortality
                                                            (Author)     incidence of odontoid (or hangman's) fracture to be less than 10%
                                                                                                                                           BJ

                                                                         A76-11711              Helmets and head protection in CF ejections
                                                                         1967-1973 R E Noble (Defence and Civil Institute of Environ-
A76-11706              Heart pathology associated with exposure to       mental Medicine, Downsview, Ontario, Canada) (Joint Committee
high sustained +Gz R R Burton and W F MacKenzie (USAF,                   on Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada,
School of Aerospace Medicine, Brooks AFB, Tex ) (Joint Com-              Sept 17-19, 1974 ) Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine,
mittee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario,             vol 46, Oct 1975, p 1265,1266
Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974) Aviation, Space, and Environmental                   During the period 1967 1973, helmet retention and minor head
Medicine, vol 46. Oct 1975, p 1251-1253 6 refs                           injuries were significant problems in ejections from Canadian Forces
     Unanesthetized adult miniature and immature pigs were exposed       (CF) aircraft There were 73 ejections in which Canadian-designed
to accelerations of +8 or 9 Gz for 45-90 seconds Necropsies of adult     helmets were worn Eighty-four percent of those who lost their
pigs revealed gross evidence of hemorrhage in the endocardial area of    helmets and 38% of those who retained their helmets received minor
A76-11712


head injuries This paper reports on analysis of helmet loss versus air    Pathology, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19,
speed and Q force Specific problems are addressed, including the          19741 Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct
fitting and method of wearing helmets, and some guidelines for            1975, p 1284-1288
enhancing helmet retention are recommended                  (Author)            The circumstances leading to forced landing of a three-seat light
                                                                          cabin monoplane due to engine failure are described The pilot, an
                                                                          airline pilot employed as a Boeing 707 captain, and one of the two
A76-11712              Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying D S          passengers were killed The liver of the pilot showed diffuse fatty
Berliner (US Army, 101st Airborne Division /Airmobile/, Fort              changes and toxicological examination revealed a blood alcohol
Campbell, Ky ) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Sym-               concentration of 149 mg/100 ml and 139 mg/100 ml in the urine
posium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974 ) Aviation,          On initial screening for drugs, the presence of nitrazepam or
Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975 p                     chlordiazepoxide was suspected and the medical investigation was
 1267-1270 8 refs                                                         further complicated by the finding of chlordiazepoxide in the
     Nap-of-the-earth (NOE) flying was conceived to evade enemy           personal effects Although the cause of the accident was a stall at low
detection of rotary wing aircraft, requiring the stressful technique of   altitude during an attempted forced landing following loss of engine
aircraft movement only inches above the ground terrain The NOE            power, it was concluded that the pilot's ability to avoid onset of stall
concept was tested from 12 June, 1973, to 30 June, 1974, for              was impaired by the concentration of alcohol in his system (Author)
3267 6 h in NOE training Four aircraft incidents occurred during
this training period, with three of these taking place prior to 1
March, 1974 At that point, after 59 2% of the total hours had been
flown, NOE pilot training was curtailed from 8 h/d to 4 h/d
Objective and subjective data infer that pilot (crew) rest and the
                                                                          A76-11717             What is the mechanism of carbon monoxide
length of the flying day are important factors in the safety of NOE
                                                                          toxicity I R Goldbaum, R G Ramirez, and K B Absalon (U S
flying                                                         (Author)
                                                                          Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington Hospital Center,
                                                                          Washington, D C ) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Sym-
A76-11713             Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents       posium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974) Aviation,
A F Zeller (USAF, Air Force Inspection and Safety Center, Norton          Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975. p
AFB, Calif K (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium,           1289-1291 9 refs
Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974 I Aviation, Space,                The probable toxic action of CO is on the cellular respiration, in
and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p 1271-1274                 which CO competes with 02 for cytochrome a3 Studies indicate
     During the 12-year period from 1962 through 1973, there were         that a relatively high concentration of COHb (50%) does not
89 USAF aircraft accidents or incidents in which alcohol and/or           interfere with the 02-carrymg capacity of the blood The dissolved
other drugs were mentioned as being in some way associated with the       CO in plasma, which is necessary for CO to enter the tissue, probably
mishap A review of these indicates a relatively constant level of         occurs when the exchange takes place between alveolar air and the
occurrence each year, with no indication that such accidents are          blood in the lungs This would explain why the central nervous
increasing Alcohol was by far the most prominent drug mentioned           system could be impaired when COHb levels are below 10% and
A great variety of over-the-counter and prescription preparations         death could occur at 35%                                      (Author)
were cited There were no instances in which illicit narcotics were
involved Analysis indicates that the relationship was, in most
instances, associative and not causative In some instances, the
background disease for which the medication was being taken was far
more probable as a cause agency The need for better documentation         A76-11718                Analysis of gases and pH of blood at attitude
and greater cooperation between the flight surgeons and pathologists      J H Wolcott and R R McMeekin (U S Armed Forces Institute of
was indicated                                               (Author)      Pathology, Washington, D C ) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathol-
                                                                          ogy, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974)
                                                                          Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p
                                                                          1292-1296
A76-11714            Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft               The accuracy of a system for measuring pH and gas in blood in a
accidents. United Kingdom - 1964-1973 K E Underwood Ground                changmg-altitude environment was studied No problems were
(RAF, Institute of Pathology and Tropical Medicine, Halton, Bucks ,       encountered when arterial blood was measured, provided the
England) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium,               instrument was properly calibrated Failure to calibrate to the
Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974) Aviation, Space,            correct altitude settings caused major variations in measuring oxygen
and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p 1275-1279 19              levels in blood Standard gases used for calibrating were measured at
refs
                                                                          altitude without recalibrating the system, approximately 80% of the
                                                                          oxygen and 90% of the carbon dioxide partial-pressure values were
A76-11715              Error atd artefact in post mortem toxi-            within 3 mm Hg of their expected value More deviation occurred for
cological analysis D G Wootton (RAF, Institute of Pathology and           P02 values as the altitude increased Frequently, the P02 electrode
Tropical Medicine, Halton, Bucks, England) (Joint Committee on            malfunctioned, particularly above 8000 ft (2438 m) The Corning
Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept           blood gas system used in this study was capable of making accurate
 17-19, 1974 I Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46,       determinations of gas in blood if properly operated and calibrated to
Oct 1975, p 1280-1283 14 refs
                                                                          specific altitude levels                                      (Author)
      Factors influencing the quality of post mortem specimens
obtained from victims of aircraft accidents and affecting the results
of lexicological analyses are presented The effects of putrefaction
processes on the results of such studies are considered, and lists of
endogenous and artifact compounds found in connection with
putrefaction are given Artifacts due to contamination of body             A76-11719             Application of radioimmunoassay techniques
tissues by bacteria and fuel products are discussed           CKD         in support of toxicologic investigations of aircraft accidents W W
                                                                          Manders and A M Dommguez (US Armed Forces Institute of
                                                                          Pathology, Washington, D C ) (Joint Committee on Aviation Pathol-
A76-11716           Impaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol         ogy, Symposium, Downsview, Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 19741
K E Underwood Ground (RAF, Institute of Pathology and Tropical            Aviation, Space, and Environmental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975 p
Medicine, Halton, Bucks , England) (Joint Committee on Aviation           1297,1298
                                                                                                                                   A76 11921


A76-11720              Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiol-      A76-11918 §             Ways of further perfecting methods of vestibu-
ogy in aviation medicine F S Pettyjohn (U S Army, Aeromedical               lar selection (Put) dal'neishego soveishenstvovanna metodov vestibu-
Research Laboratory, Fort Rucker, Ala ) and R R McMeekm (U S                liarnogo otbora) E M luganov, E V Lapaev, V V Ivanov, and 0
Armed Forces Institute of Pathology, Washington, D C ) (Joint               A Vorob'ev Voenno-Meditsmskn Zhurnal, Aug 1975, p 55-57 In
Committee on Aviation Pathology, Symposium, Downsview,                      Russian
Ontario, Canada, Sept 17-19, 1974) Aviation, Space, and Environ-                 The cumulative effects of Coriohs and centripetal accelerations
mental Medicine, vol 46, Oct 1975, p 12991304 18refs                        upon the vestibular apparatus was studied in a group of healthy men
     A review of 6500 autopsied cases of deaths resulting from              from 20 to 45 It was found that tolerance of Coriohs acceleration
aircraft mishaps revealed 816 deaths (13%) attributed to pre-existing       was strongly dependent upon the angle of inclination of the head and
heart disease The presence of atherosclerotic coronary artery disease       torso relatively high (0 1 g) Coriohs accelerations produced less
(CAD) was noted in 89 1 of these cases The incidence of CAD was             disturbance with the head in a vertical position than relatively low
studied as a function of the year in which death occurred and age of        (0025 g) accelerations experienced with the head sharply inclined
death, both in 5-year ranges, to determine the frequency of CAD in          The rapidity with which centripetal accelerations produced
the aviation community Results are compared with those of other              symptoms of vestibular disturbance was proportional both to their
autopsy studies A progressive rise in the incidence of combined              magnitude and to their duration                               CK D
moderate and severe CAD is noted in the 20-34 age group
 Recommendations are given for programs of preventative and
predictive cardiology in the aviation community                CKD
                                                                             A76-11919 #            Aviation audiometric lists         (Aviatsionnye
A76-11844               Experimental models for the evaluation of            audiometncheskie tablitsy) V S Kuznetsov, V A Kurashvili, M I
microwave biological effects P Czerski (National Research Institute          Katalov, and A S Zharkaia Voenno-Meditsinsku Zhurnal, Aug
of Mother and Child, Warsaw, Poland) IEEE,-Proceedings, vol 63,              1975, p 57-60 In Russian
Nov 1975, p 1540-1544 55 refs                                                     The composition of aircraft radio telephony communications
       The theoretical and empirical approaches to biological effects of    was analyzed to determine the frequency of individual words and the
microwaves are discussed The bioeffects should be considered as a            percentage of words of a given length Audiometric lists were
chain of events primary interaction analyzed in terms of biophysics         formulated on the basis of these data and on the basis of similar data
and early direct, early indirect, late (delayed) effects analyzed in         reflecting patterns in nonspecialized speech A group of aviation
terms of physiology Thermal balance experiments are discussed               specialists, 1/3 of whom had some reduction of tonal hearing, and a
pointing out the necessity to take unequal deep body heating by             control group with no specialized training were tested at various
microwaves into account The use of physiologic rhythms in                   noise levels with both types of lists Results demonstrate that
microwave bioeffects experimentation is presented Possible use of           audiometric lists using the aviation lexicon are more useful in
pharmacodynamic approaches (simultaneous use of drugs and micro-            evaluating the hearing of pilots The specialized vocabulary could be
wave exposure) is outlined Possible ways of developing biological           distinguished at relatively high noise levels by the pilots having some
response microwave dosimetry are indicated Unexplained effects are          loss of tonal hearing                                            CKD
 pointed out and the necessity of further experiments to clarify these
 is stressed Some possible experimental models are presented
                                                               (Author)

                                                                            A76-11920 t>           Hemodynamic indicators in air personnel of
                                                                            varying ages (Pokazateli gemodmamiki u letnogo sostava razhchnykh
A76-11874 §             Pathological-anatomical studies involving vas-      vozrastov). V V Lemesh Voenno-Meditsmskn Zhurnal, Aug 1975,
cular stenoses (Pathologisch-anatomische Untersuchungen an                  p 70,71 In Russian
Gefassstenosen). H Buss, H Richter, and J Schoenmackers                          The age characteristics of hemodynamic indicators were invest)
                                                                            gated in four groups of aircraft personnel groups 1 and 2 (mean ages
(Rheimsch-Westfalische Technische Hochschule, Aachen, West
Germany) Rhemisch-Westfalische Technische Hochschule, Aero-                 29 1 and 39 3 years) made up of healthy men, groups 3 and 4 (mean
                                                                            ages 30 6 and 39 3) composed of men suffering from hypertonic
dynamisches Institut, Abhandlungen, no 22, 1975, p 166-171 11
                                                                            neurocirculatory dystoma Spirograms, combined electrocardio-
refs In German Research supported by the Deutsche Forschungs-
                                                                            grams, and arterial pressure were recorded over a 5 minute period
gememschaft
                                                                            during which subjects breathed either pure oxygen or 9 5% oxygen,
      It is shown with the aid of an example involving arterial vascular
                                                                            90 5% nitrogen For the healthy men, the changes in the hemo
stenosis that different methodological approaches can be used to
                                                                            dynamic indicators due to hypoxia were smaller in the older men,
obtain results which describe the same phenomenon as a disturbance
                                                                            while in the other groups the reaction to hypoxia was not age
of, for example, the flow of the blood, the function of the heart, or
                                                                            dependent In healthy men breathing pure oxygen, all indicators
the vascular wall structure Attention is given to the preparation of
                                                                            studied increased with increasing age, with the exception of
models for the conduction of flow experiments, the techniques used
                                                                            peripheral resistance which showed age-dependent decrease     CKD
to observe the flow characteristics, and studies with a scanning
electron microscope The results obtained in the various investiga-
tions are discussed                                                GR

                                                                            A76-11921 H            Apparatus for the combined study of the
A76-11917 H             Some particulars on the training of aviation        functions of the auditory and visual analyzers (Pribor dha kom-
physicians (Nekotorye osobennosti podgotovki aviatsionnykh                  pleksnogo obsledovanna funktsn slukhovogo i zritel'nogo analiza-
vrachei) N M Rudnyi, I I Vavilov, and V I Kopanev Voenno                    torov) M S Gonchar and T S Voronm Voenno-Meditsinsku
Meditsmskn Zhurnal, Aug 1975, p 1821 In Russian                             Zhurnal, Aug 1975, p 75-77 In Russian
     The training of specialists in aviation medicine must emphasize             A portable apparatus for the investigation of the visual and
skill in diagnosis and in basic clinical practice while developing          auditory analyzers has been developed It permits thi< study of a wide
expertise in the evaluation of psychological and physical stresses          range of factors including the critical frequency of the achromatic
placed on pilots and aircraft crew It is particularly essential that        and chromatic flicker fusion, the period of a simple motor reaction,
these physicians receive training in the early detection of disease To      selective responses to achromatic and chromatic light stimuli,
assess the experience and qualifications of individual physicians it is     perception of sound signals of various frequencies and intensities,
suggested that specialists in this field receive classifications, subject   and the functional lability of the visual analyzer The schematic
to revision on the basis of periodic reviews                      CK D      circuit of the apparatus is presented, and its use is discussed C K D
A76-12097


A76-12097               Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory           A76-12163            Measurement of regional myocardial blood
response to hypoxia in conscious man A S Rebuck, M Betts, and              flow in man - Description and critique of the method using
N A Saunders (McMaster University, Hamilton, Ontario, Canada)              xenon-133 and a scintillation camera P J Cannon, R R Sciacca, D
Journal of Applied Physiology, vol 39, Oct 1975, p 548-551 19               L Fowler, M B Weiss, D H Schmidt, and W J Casarella (College
refs Medical Research Council of Canada Grant No MA-5126                   of Physicians and Surgeons, New York, N Y ) American Journal of
     Ventilatory responses to isocapnic hypoxia, with and without an       Cardiology, vol 36, Nov 1975, p 783-792 44 refs Grants No
inspiratory elastic load, were measured in seven healthy subjects          PHS-HL-14148, No PHS-HL-14236
using a rebreathing technique During each experiment, the end-tidal
C02 partial pressure was held constant using a variable-speed pump         A76-12164              The application of conductive cooling to
to draw gas from the rebreathing bag through a C02 absorbing               human operators E Shvartz (Chamber of Mines of South Africa,
bypass Elastic loading did not significantly alter the ventilatory         Human Sciences Laboratory, Johannesburg, Republic of South
response to progressive hypoxia In all subjects there was, however, a      Africa) Human Factors, vol 17, Oct 1975, p 438-445 18 refs
change in breathing pattern during loading, whereby increments in               The application of conductive cooling for men working in
ventilation were attained by smaller tidal volumes and higher              different systems is discussed with respect to work load, heat stress,
frequencies than in the control experiments These results support          and clothing Two types of conductive cooling are considered
the hypothesis that a similar control pathway appears to be involved       circulating water, and ice A brief review of the effects of whole and
in response to the application of loads to breathing, whether              partial body cooling on the responses of man to heat stress serves as a
ventilation is stimulated by hypoxia or hypercapnia          (Author)      basis for suggestions about desirable types of cooling which would
                                                                           allow the human operator to maintain satisfactory performance for
A76-12098                Effect of altitude exposure on platelets G W      extended periods                                             (Author)
Gray, A C Bryan, M H Freedman, C S Houston, W F Lewis, D
M McFadden, and G Newell (Defence and Civil Institute of                   A76-12165                Training transfer of a formation flight trainer
Environmental Medicine, Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, Arctic        G B Reid (USAF, Human Resources Laboratory, Williams AFB,
Institute of North America, Mt Logan, Yukon Territory, Canada)             Ariz ) Human Factors, vol 17, Oct 1975, p 470-476 11 refs
Journal of Applied Physiology, vol 39, Oct 1975, p 648-651 18                    The present research was conducted to measure transfer of
refs                                                                       training from a formation simulator to aircraft formation flying
     Since decomposition from depth is known to produce a fall in          Evidence in support of positive transfer was obtained by comparing
platelet count, the effect of altitude decompression and high-altitude     students trained in the formation simulator with students who were
exposure on platelets was investigated Sixteen subjects decom-             essentially untrained and with students trained in the aircraft This
pressed without hypoxia to 20,000 ft simulated altitude for two            design provided data for a direct comparison of five simulator sorties
hours showed a significant drop in circulating platelet count of           with two aircraft sorties, in an effort to establish quickly a training
approximately 10% for three days following decompression Subjects          cost/transfer comparison The results indicate that simulator training
exposed to 9,800 ft and then 17,600 ft in a mountain environment           has at least the effectiveness of two aircraft sorties         (Author)
showed a significant mean decrease in platelet count on day 2 of 7%
and 25% respectively, which had returned to control by day 5 It is
                                                                            A76-12211 #             Changes in the oxygen tension and bio-
postulated that altitude decompression produces platelet reductions
                                                                            electrical activity of the animal brain in acute hypoxy (Izmeneniia
similar to these seen after decompression from depth, and that
                                                                            napnazhenna kisloroda i bioelektricheskoi aktivnosti golovnogo
platelets sequester in the pulmonary vascular bed               (Author)
                                                                            mozga zhivotnykh pri vozdeistvii ostroi gipoksn) N S Akopian and
                                                                            O G Baklavadzhian (Erevansku Gosudarstvennyi Umversitet,
A76-12099               Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout
                                                                            Yerevan, Armenian SSR) Fiziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR, vol 61,
curve on exposure to 17,600 ft G W Gray, D M McFadden, C S
                                                                            Sept 1975, p 1303-1309 24 refs In Russian
 Houston, and A C Bryan (Defence and Civil Institute of Environ-
                                                                                  Simultaneous recording of oxygen tension (PO2) and bio-
mental Medicine, Toronto, Arctic Institute of North America,                electrical potentials for different cerebral structures in rabbits and
 Kluane Lake, Yukon Territory, Canada) Journal of Applied Phys-
                                                                            rats was carried out through implanted electrodes under conditions
iology, vol 39, Oct 1975, p 652656 22 refs
                                                                            of acute oxygen deficiency A pronounced activation of EEG
     Seventeen volunteers were exposed to 17,600 ft after an
                                                                            considered as an electrophysiological correlate of behavioral response
acclimatization period at 9,800 ft Single breath nitrogen washout
                                                                            was observed in rabbits only at the beginning of ascent to high
curves were done at base camp (2,600 ft), on days 2 and 4 at 9,800
                                                                            altitude and descent from it, whereas rats did not show any response
ft, and on days 1, 2, 3, 4 and 7 at 17,600 ft There was a significant
                                                                            of this kind EEG, respiration, and cardiac activity changes due to a
39% increase in the slope of phase III on day 2 at 9,800 ft,
                                                                            drop in the P02 of the brain tissue were almost of the same character
accompanied by a 125 ml mean increase in anatomic dead space
                                                                            in both species                                                    SD
 (VD) and a marked decrease in cardiac oscillations By day 4 at
9,800 ft phase III slopes were reduced and were not significantly
                                                                            A76-12212 ft          Microelectrode study of the distribution of
different from base-line controls, while cardiac oscillations were
                                                                            oxygen tension in the brain (Issledovame mezhkapilliarnogo raspre-
increased and VD decreased from day 2 Subsequent exposure to
                                                                            delemia PO2 v golovnom mozge s pomoshch'iu mikroelektrodov) I
 17,600 ft produced another significant increase in phase III slope to
                                                                            T Demchenko (Akademiia Nauk SSSR, Institut Evoliutsionnoi
87% above control, which by day 7 had decreased significantly to
                                                                            Fiziologn i Biokhimn, Leningrad, USSR) and A E Chuikm
63% above control These changes suggest a pathophysiologic lung
                                                                            (Leningradskn Gosudarstvennyi Umversitet, Leningrad, USSR) Fi-
lesion which impairs gas mixing and increases asynchronous empty-
                                                                            ziologicheskii Zhurnal SSSR, vol 61, Sept 1975, p 1310-1317 19
ing during early altitude exposure                            (Author)
                                                                            refs In Russian
                                                                                 The behavior of oxygen tension (P02) distribution in the
                                                                            mtercapillary spaces in the cortex of nonanesthetized and im-
                                                                            mobilized cats under normal and hypoxic conditions is investigated
A76-12162              Biventricular dynamics during quantitated            through specially designed microelectrodes 1-3 microns in diameter
anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart. H Brooks, J Al-Sadir, J       A simple technique is proposed for estimating the resulting inter-
Schwartz, B Rich, P Harper, and L Resnekov (Chicago, University,            capillary P02 Under normal conditions, absolute values of P02 are
Franklin McLean Memorial Research Institute, Chicago, III ) Ameri-          found to vary between 1 and 95 mm Hg Initially high PO2
can Journal of Cardiology, vol 36, Nov 1975, p 765-775 32 refs              undergoes maximum changes in hypoxia, whereas lower PO2 values
Research supported by the Louis Block Fund and University of                show no significant change Analysis of the parameters of P02
Chicago, Grants No NIH-HL-70-132-02, No NIH-N01-81334, No                   distribution is helpful in developing a method for estimating the
PHS-BM-18940                                                                effectiveness of oxygen supply to the brain tissue            SD
                                                                                                                                  A76-12303


A76-12213 li        On the role of the hypothalamus in the                vasomotor center Monomodal and polymodal neurons as related to
mechanism of positional nystagmus (O roll gipotalamusa v me-              the excitation of pressor zones in the posterior hypothalamus and of
khamzme pozitsionnogo nistagma) V E Konukm (Voenno-                       the aortic depressor nerve are revealed in some structures of the
Meditsmskaia Akademna, Akademna Meditsmskikh Nauk, Leningrad,             cardiovascular center in the medulla oblongata It is suggested that
USSR) Fiziologichesku Zhumal SSSR, vol 61, Sept 1975, p                   convergent neurons are responsible for the end result of antagonistic
1337 1342 19refs In Russian                                               pressor and depressor interactions at the level of the medulla
                                                                          oblongata neurons                                               S0
A76-12214 i>            Rotatory and vertical components of the eye
nystagmus induced by rotation in a horizontal plane (O rotatornoi i       A76-12244                Variations in psychomotor efficiency during
vertikal'noi sostavliaiushchikh v glaznom nistagme, vyzvannom vra-
                                                                          prolonged stay at high altitude V M Sharma, M S Malhotra, and
shchemem v gonzontal'noi ploskosti) M M Lev ash ov and lu K
                                                                          A S Baskaran (Defence Institute of Physiology and Allied Sciences,
Stolbkov (Akademna Nauk SSSR, Institut Fiziologn, Leningrad,
                                                                          Delhi, India) Ergonomics, vol 18, Sept 1975, p 511-516 15 refs
USSR) Fiziologicheskn Zhurnal SSSR, vol 61, Sept 1975, p
                                                                                Alterations in psychomotor efficiency of 25 young adults (age
1343-1350 11 refs In Russian
                                                                          range 21-30 yr) were studied during their stay up to two yr at an
     The eye movements of a rabbit rotating about a vertical axis
                                                                          altitude of 4000 m Psychomotor performance, its speed and
were recorded on film The rotation test involved positive angular
                                                                          accuracy were measured by administering an eye-hand coordination
acceleration, two-minute rotation at a constant angular speed, and
                                                                          test at sea level and altitude after stay periods of 1, 10, 13, 18 and 24
negative angular acceleration Two types of rotation were used
                                                                          months Overall psychomotor efficiency, its accuracy and speed
rotation axis between the labyrinths and an off-centered rotation
                                                                          declined during early stages of altitude exposure A progressive
providing a centrifugal force of 0 5 g Successive film processing
                                                                          recovery was registered in overall performance by way of improve
revealed the simultaneous movements of the eye in three planes
                                                                          ment in accuracy after 13 months presumably due to acclimatiza-
horizontal, frontal, and sagittal The movements in all the planes
                                                                          tion Speed in performance showed no such gradual return to
consisted of rhythmic nystagmic and tonic components In addition,         sea-level standard                                               (Author)
a tonic otolith reflex occurred during the off-centered rotation The
complex form of the resulting vestibular nystagmus is attributed to
hydromechamcal interaction between the semicircular canals       SD       A76-12301 ii          Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute
                                                                          hypoxia (Pro zmmi tonusu periferichmkh sudin pri gostrn gipoksich-
A76-12215 #            The processing of a colored signal by various      nii gipoksn) V V Bratus' and N N Volkova (Akademna Nauk
types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina (Obrabotka tsvetovogo        Ukrams'koi RSR, Institut Fiziologn, Kiev, Ukrainian SSR) FIZIO-
signala razlichnymi tipami ganghoznykh kletok setchatki hagushki).        logichnu Zhurnal, vol 21, Sept-Oct 1975, p 602-606 22 refs In
 B A Funtikov and I K Boreisha (Lenmgradskn Gosudarstvennyi                Ukrainian
 Umversitet, Leningrad, USSR) Fiziologichesku Zhumal SSSR, vol                 The changes in the systemic hemodynamics as well as in the
61, Sept 1975, p 1351-1358 34 refs In Russian                             arterial and venous tone were studied at the initial stages of acute
     The response to colored stimuli was studied using sections of        hypoxia All the investigated effector elements of the cardiovascular
frog retina containing two types of rod cells (with maximum               system are shown to take an active part in development of the
absorptions in the region of 502 and 433 nm) and two types of cone        pressor reaction on respiration by the hypoxic mixture But an
cells single, with maximum absorption at 575 nm, and duplex, with         increase in the heart activity and the rise of the venous tone occur
the mam and complementary parts absorbing at in the region of 575         much earlier than the distinct arterial constriction         (Author)
and 502 nm, respectively It was found that only a few neurons
functioned according to the opponent principle when the stimulus
color was changed A large number of the slow-firing on off neurons        A76-12302 //         Change in brain blood circulation during
altered their discharge pattern, and a sizeable group of on-neurons       mental activity (Zmmi mozkovogo krovoobigu pri rozumovn
was sensitive to the order of the colored stimuli, displaying delays in   dual'nosti) S M Rashman (Knvs'kn Pedagogichnn Institut, Kiev,
their response that were dependent on the color of the initial            Ukrainian SSR) Fiziologichnu Zhurnal, vol 21, Sept-Oct 1975, p
stimulus On the basis of these results it is suggested that temporal      607-611 10 refs In Ukrainian
rather than spatial comparison is the mechanism of color identifi-             The brain circulation was studied by the method of
cation                                                          CK D      rheoencephalography during mental activity of different character
                                                                          When mental activity is long and without developed emotions a
                                                                          tendency is observed to an increase in the brain blood supply after
                                                                          the work to slowing down in the rate of blood flow through the
A76-12216 #          The condition of the vascular net and the
                                                                          brain vessels with definite changes in the rheoencephalographical
hemoencephahc barrier in the brain cortex of rats in the course of
                                                                          curve shape With a short period but nervous-emotional mental
training for hypoxia (Sostoianie sosudistoi seti i gematoentsefali-
                                                                          activity the changes in blood supply or blood flow rate are not
cheskogo bar'era v kore golovnogo mozga krys v protsesse tremrovki
                                                                          developed, however the curve shape may vary considerably, being the
k gipoksn) L N Simanovskn, A A Nikiforov, and V M Bresler
                                                                          plateau shaped, dome-shaped or pointed for a short period of time
(Akademna Nauk SSSR, Institut Evoliutsionnoi Fiziologn i
                                                                          with appearance of the additional dicrotic teeth and with sharp
Biokhimii, Leningrad, USSR) Fiziologichesku Zhurnal SSSR, vol             unsynonymous fluctuations in some rheoencephalographic indices
61, Sept 1975, p 1373-1380 33 refs In Russian                                                                                       (Author)
A76-12217 ft           Interaction between pressor and depressor
                                                                          A76-12303        ff   Change in absorption and secretion functions
mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial pressure (O vzaimodei-
                                                                          of small intestine under the influence of rocking (Zmma vsmoktu-
stvn pressornykh i depressornykh mekhanizmov v samoreguhatsn
                                                                          val'noi i sekretornoi dual'nosti kishechnika pid vplivom priamo-
artenal'nogo davleniia) K V Sudakov and M M Rasulov (I
                                                                          linnnikh priskoren') R 0 Faitel'berg, lu F Udalov, L I S'omik,
Moskovskn Meditsmkn Institut, Moscow, USSR) Fiziologichesku
                                                                          and G V Gladkn (Odesskn Gosudarstvennyi Umversitet, Odessa,
Zhurnal SSSP, vol 61, Sept 1975, p 1387-1396 20 refs In
                                                                          Ukrainian SSR) Fiziologichnu Zhurnal, vol 21, Sept-Oct 1975, p
Russian                                                                   659-666 14 refs In Ukrainian
     The paper discusses the interaction of pressor and depressor
                                                                               The absorption and secretion functions of the small intestine
effects in a functional system maintaining a constant level of blood
                                                                          under rocking were studied in 7 dogs with the jejunum isolated by
pressure in the body It is shown that under normal conditions the
                                                                          the Thiry method It was found that under the influence of rocking
threshold depressor effects of the aortic nerve are stronger than its
                                                                          absorption of glucose and glycine is decreased but that of copper and
threshold pressor effects during stimulation of both the hypo-
                                                                          manganese trace elements is increased Preparation 'Pitaf removes
thalamic pressor points and the pressor zones of the bulbar
A76 12304


the depressing influence of rocking on absorption of glucose and
                                                                            neutral events (background event rate) were studied in a visual
glycme Simultaneously with a change in absorption a change in
                                                                            vigilance task Four groups of subjects experienced either a high (21
secretion of the intestinal juice was observed in response to the           events/mm) or a low (6 events/mm) event rate for 20 mm and then
introduced substances The proteolytic and ammolytic activities of
                                                                            experienced either the same or the alternate event rate for an
the intestine juice under the effect of rocking increased (Author)
                                                                            additional 40 mm The temporal occurrence of critical target signals
                                                                            was identical for all groups, irrespective of event rate The density of
                                                                            critical signals was 12 signals/20 mm By the end of the session, shifts
A76-12304 #           Change in the functional state of the central
                                                                            in event rate were associated with changes in performance which
nervous system and the motor apparatus of athletes under different
                                                                            resembled contrast effects found in other experimental situations in
conditions of activity and rest (Zmmi funktsional'nogo stanu
                                                                            which shift paradigms were used Relative to constant event rate
tsentral'noi nervovoi sistemi i rukhovogo aparata sportsmeniv v             control conditions, a shift from a low to a high event rate depressed
umovakh nzmkh rezhimiv diial'nosti i vidpochmku) P L Leva-                  the probability of signal detections, while a shift in the opposite
kovs'kn, 0 la Pirogova, and G M Chaichenko (Knvs'kn Derzhavnu               direction enhanced the probability of signal detections       (Author)
Universitet, Knvs'ku Institut Medichnikh Problem Fizichnoi Kul'tun,
Kiev, Ukrainian SSR) Fiziologichnn Zhurnal, vol 21, Sept-Oct                A76-12446               Influence of foveal load on the functional
1975, p 675-681 15refs In Ukrainian                                         visual field M Ikeda and T Takeuchi (Tokyo Institute of Tech-
                                                                            nology, Tokyo, Japan) Perception and Psychophysics, vol 18, no 4,
                                                                            Oct 1975, p 255-260 26 refs
A76-12305 #           Multichannel rheograph with linear conversion              The functional visual field defined in terms of a discrimination
characteristic and demodulation of pulsed blood filling at minimum          task of a target presented peripherally among ambiguous background
probe current (Bagatokanal'nu reograf z linnnoiu kharaktenstikoiu           patterns was investigated for various foveal loads which were to be
peretvorenma i demoduliatsn pul'sovogo krovonapovnenma pri                  recognized at the central retina Foveal loads were numbers, letters,
mmimarnomu strumi zonduvanma) A A Novikov and F F                           place names, traffic signs, and other figures to simulate commonplace
Getman (Odes'kn Medichnn Institut, Odessa, Ukrainian SSR)                   situations for foveal information processing, and grouped into three
Fiziologichnn Zhurnal, vol 21, Sept Oct 1975, p 698-700 10refs              in order of recognition difficulty based on daily experience
In Ukrainian                                                                Boundaries of the functional visual field were obtained for simple
                                                                            fixation and for certain foveal loads Comparison of these boundaries
                                                                            clearly showed shrinkage of the functional visual field size with the
                                                                            foveal loads of greater recognition difficulty                (Author)
A76-12337            Backward recognition masking. D W Massaro
(Wisconsin, University, Madison, Wis ) Acoustical Society of                A76-12447*             Intermodal transfer in temporal discrimina-
America, Journal, vol 58, Nov 1975, p 1059-1065 10 refs Grant               tion. J S Warm, R M Stutz, and P A Vassolo (Cincinnati,
No PHS-MH-19399                                                             University, Cincinnati, Ohio) Perception and Psychophysics, vol 18,
     Backward recognition masking refers to the interference of a           no 4, Oct 1975, p 281-286 28 refs Grants No DA-49-193-2918,
second sound on recognition of another sound presented earlier in           No NGL-36-004-014
time Previous experiments have demonstrated backward recognition                 This study determined if training for accuracy in temporal
masking in an absolute judgment task In those experiments, all of           discrimination would transfer across sensory modalities A fractiona-
the experimental conditions were varied randomly within a test              tion method was used in which subjects bisected the durations of
session In the first experiment reported here, backward-masking             acoustic and visual signals at three standard intervals (6, 12, and 18
functions generated between blocks of trails were compared to those         sec) Absolute error was the performance index Half of the subjects
determined within an experimental session The results showed                were trained with acoustic stimuli and then tested in vision, the
backward masking using both experimental procedures The next                remainder were trained in vision and tested in audition Similar
two experiments evaluate backward-masking effects in a two-interval         negatively accelerated acquisition functions were noted for both
forced-choice task and a successive-comparison task Backward                modalities Positive mtermodal transfer, characterized by symmetry
masking was observed in both experiments The final experiment               across modalities, was obtained at all standard durations The results
showed that selectively attending to the ear of the test tone               were considered to provide support for the notion that a common
presentation does not attenuate the backward-masking effect of a            mechanism underlies temporal discriminations in different sensory
second tone presented to the opposite ear                 (Author)          systems                                                       (Author)


A76-12430 *           Ernst Mach on the vestibular organ 100 years
ago. V Henn (Zurich, Universitat, Zurich, Switzerland, MIT,
Cambridge, Mass ) and L R Young ORL, vol 37, 1975, p 138-148                A76-12475             Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of man
27 refs Grant No NGR-22-009-701                                             to high altitude stress K K Snvastava (Defence Institute of
     The paper reviews the contributions of Ernst Mach to vestibular        Physiology and Allied Sciences, Delhi, India) Defence Science
research His experiments, mainly psychophysical in nature, included         Journal, vol 25, July 1975, p 121-126 64 refs
measurements of threshold and investigation of the vestibular-visual            The paper reviews the biochemical aspects of acclimatization of
interaction Among his conclusions are that the adequate stimulus            human body to high altitude with particular reference to the
for the semicircular canals must be pressure, and that the sustained        adaptive changes in skeletal muscles, hepatic function, adrenal
endolymph flow theory of Breuer (1874) and Crum Brown (1874) is             function and carbohydrate metabolism                       (Author)
erroneous Excerpts are given of Mach's publications on vestibular
functions                                                        BJ

                                                                            A76-12481       ff     Human aspects of observation outside the
A76-12445*            Effec's of shifts in the rate of repetitive           space cabin (Chelovecheskie aspekty vnekabmnogo nabhudenna) A
stimulation on sustained ittention J E Krulewitz (Iowa State                G Nikolaev In Ergonomic dynamic control systems
University of Science and echnology, Ames, Iowa), J S Warm, and                            Kiev, Izdatel'stvo Naukova Dumka, 1975, p 94-109
T H Wohl (Cincinnati, Uriversity, Cincinnati, Ohio) Perception and          15 refs In Russian
Psychophysics, vol 18, 10 4, Oct 1975, p 245-249 18 refs                         The paper examines the dynamics of the visual operative
Research sponsored by tl.e US Department of Health, Education,              capacity of astronauts in flight An algorithmic schematic representa-
and Welfare, Grant No N 3L-36-004-014                                       tion of visual observation is presented, describing an astronaut's
    The effects of shif'. in the rate of presentation of repetitive         activity as he observes and describes an atmospheric phenomenon



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                                                                                                                                     A76-12557


Data are presented showing the variation of visual capacity over a             section with negative slope are investigated, with special attention
long-duration flight Some tests and materials used for monitoring              given to the case when this segment is due to the strong dependence
vision in flight are described                              P T H.             of tonus on the stress state of the vessel wall               PT H

A76-12525               Effects of hypoxia on peripheral visual re-            A76-12554        ff    Governing law of statistical biomechanics
sponse to dim stimuli J L Kobnck (U S Army, Research Institute                 (Zakonomernost' statisticheskoi biomekhaniki) F K Agashin (Mos-
of Environmental Medicine, Natick, Mass) Perceptual and Motor                  kovskn Aviatsionnyi Institut, Moscow, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Kon-
Skills, vol 41,0ct 1975, p 467-474 12 refs                                     ferentstia po Inzhenernoi i Meditsinskoi Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga.
      Response times (RTs) of 9 Ss were obtained for detection of 48           Latvian SSR, Oct 19751 Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p
flash stimuli distributed throughout the visual field during 3-1/4-hr          590-596 6 refs In Russian
exposures to each of 4 hypoxia conditions (0, 13.000, 15,000,                       A principle of statistical biomechanics is formulated in the form
17,000 feet equivalent elevation) The luminances of all stimuli were           of an inverted distribution of the population of levels of a biological
set in common at the detection threshold value for the visual                  system, such as the system of sarcomeres It is shown that in such a
periphery RTs were impaired in direct relation to hypoxic exposure             system a new type of condensation appears, which takes place at a
severity, the peak impairments occurring within 90 mm followed by              maximally high energy level for the given system The activity of the
gradual recovery Since the present results showed less impairment              sarcomere system, appearing in the form of induced radiation of
than previous data for brighter stimuli using the same task, it is             elastic waves, provides an additional mechanism for the transmission
concluded that stimulus contrast is more critical to peripheral signal         of information in man and a related mechanism of programmed
detection than absolute stimulus luminance, particularly under                 automatic control of fast processes                              PT H
hypoxic exposure                                            (Author)

                                                                               A76-12555 #           The deformation properties of contractile
 A76-12551              All-Union Conference on Engineering and                polymer structures - Artificial muscles (O deformativnykh svoistvakh
 Medical Biomechanics, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, October 1975,                   sokratitel'nykh polimernykh struktur - Iskusstvennykh myshts) R
 Reports (Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsinskoi              V Beliakov (Kievskn Institut Inzhenerov Grazhdanskoi Aviatsu,
 Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, October 1975, Doklady)                  Kiev. Ukrainian SSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna po Inzhenemoi i
Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975 192p In Russian                             Meditsinskoi Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 1975)
      The papers collected represent theoretical and experimental              Mekhanika Polimerov, July Aug 1975, p 597602 14 refs In
studies of the mechanical properties of biological tissues and                 Russian
structures Some of the topics covered include a model of vascular                   A dynamic theory is presented for the longitudinal deformation
tonus, study of the dynamical behavior of skeletal muscle as a                 of contractile polymer structures (artificial muscles) A linear
viscoelastic body, the elastic and damping properties of the human             approximation for small deformations is developed Attention is
Cooling decreased the toxicity of cychzme and had no significant               given to elastic-osmotic structures consisting of disperse systems of
effect on that of tnmethobenzamide or aspirin These findings                   more or less diluted gels in which the deformation depends on the
indicate that alterations in environmental temperature markedly                degree of swelling Viscoelastic properties of the gel matrix are
affect drug toxicity They emphasize that such alterations, and                 represented by the classical Kelvm-Voigt model Material exchange
particularly increases in temperature, do not have to be particularly          between the surrounding medium and the polymer body is con-
drastic, but that 'mild' variations in the environment are effective in        sidered in the form of a flow of penetrating particles through the
altering an animal's sensitivity to a drug                    (Author)         membrane surface of an equivalent elastic-osmotic cell          PT H



A76-12552 #           Mathematical description of the properties of
muscle tissue (Matematicheskoe opisame svoistv myshechnoi tkani)               A76-12556 #             Effect of a sequence of activating pulses on
S A Regirer, P I Usik, and I V Chernova (Moskovskn Gosudar-                    the contractile properties of muscle (Vlnanie posledovatel'nosti
stvennyi Umversitet, Moscow, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna                  aktiviruiushchikh impulsov na sokratitel'nye svoistva myshtsy) lu S
po Inzhenemoi i Meditsinskoi Biomekhanike, Jst, Riga, Latvian SSR,             Levik (Akademna Nauk SSSR, Institut Problem Peredachi In-
Oct 1975) Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p 579584 37                      formatsn, Moscow, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna po Inzhener-
refs In Russian
                                                                               noi i Meditsinskoi Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 19751
     A brief survey of theoretical investigations devoted to the               Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p 613-617 12 refs In
mathematical description of the properties of muscle tissue is given
                                                                                Russian
Basic approaches to the problem are described, and their merits and
                                                                                     The effect of a doublet stimulus pulse on isometric muscular
disadvantages are discussed The need for a continuum model of
                                                                               contraction in man was investigated Experiments were conducted on
muscle is expressed, corresponding to modern concepts regarding
                                                                               the flexor digitorum subhmis, the abducent muscle of the index
continuous media A procedure for constructing such a model is
                                                                               finger, and the frontal tibial muscle Changes in the active state were
outlined, and fundamental and auxiliary hypotheses and conclusions
                                                                                measured by recording muscle contraction force and its derivative It
following from a comparison of the theory with experimental data
                                                                                is shown that a persistent increase in the contraction force after the
are studied                                                   PT H
                                                                                doublet pulse is related to the intensification of the active state and
                                                                                the inhibition of its decay Significant changes in the rate of force
A76-12553 #           Model of vascular tonus (Model' sosudistogo
                                                                                development were also observed, due to transmission              PT H
tonusa) S A Regirer, I M Rutkevich, and P I Usik (Moskovskn
Gosudarstvennyi Umversitet, Moscow, USSR). (Vsesoiuznaia Kon-
ferentsna po Inzhenemoi i Meditsinskoi Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga,
Latvian SSR, Oct 19751 Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p
                                                                               A76-12557 #          Theoretical study of some features of the
585-589 13 refs In Russian
                                                                               dynamics of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a one-dimensional
     The paper investigates the use of general concepts of the                 viscoelastic medium (Teoreticheskoe izucheme nekotorykh osoben-
mechanics of muscle tissue in constructing a simplified model                  nostei dinamiki povedenua skeletnoi myshtsy kak odnomernoi
describing the mechanical behavior of a blood vessel wall containing           viazkouprugoi sredy) E I Pal'tsev (Akademna Nauk SSSR, Institut
muscular layers The concept of tonus is mathematically formalized,             Problem Peredachi Informatsn, Moscow, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Kon
and a control parameter is introduced that has the sense of the                ferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsinskoi Biomekhanike, Jst, Riga,
concentration of the activator of mechanical-physical reactions in the         Latvian SSR, Oct 19751 Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p
myofibnlls The properties of vessels whose static characteristic has a         618-625 15 refs In Russian


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A76-12558


A76-12558 ,*'        Determination of the elastic and damping                sudarstvennyi Meditsmskii Institut, Saratov, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia
properties of the human femoral bone during bending (Opredelenie             Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsmskoi Biomekhanike, 1st,
uprugikh i dempfiruiushchikh svoistv bedrennoi kosti cheloveka pn            Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 19751 Mekhanika Polimerov, July Aug
izgibe) V N Butriakov, G la Panovko, and B A Potemkm                         1975, p 730-736 25 refs In Russian
(Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsmskoi Bio-
mekhanike, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 1975) Mekhanika Poll-                 A76-12565         ff    Electrical modeling of the blood circulation
merov, July-Aug 1975, p 642-646 13refs In Russian                            system (Ob elektncheskom modelirovann sistemy krovoobrashche-
                                                                             nna) A K Tsatunan (Moskovskn Gosudarstvennyi Universitet,
A76-12559 H         The anisotropy of compact bone material
                                                                             Moscow, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i
subject to impact loads (Amzotropiia kompaktnogo veshchestva
                                                                             Meditsmskoi Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 1975)
kosti pn udarnykh nagruzkakh) A A Uten'km (Vsesoiuznaia
                                                                             Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p 761-765 5 refs In
Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsmskoi Biomekhanike, 1st,
                                                                             Russian
Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 1975) Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug
                                                                                  An electrical model of the arterial part of the human vascular
1975, p 655-658 7 refs In Russian
                                                                             system is presented Impedance, the shape of pressure and discharge
                                                                             waves, and static operating characteristics of the vascular system
                                                                             under normal and artificial circulation conditions are studied on the
A76-12560 H          Study of the propagation of vibrations along            model Regarding artificial circulation pumping, the problem of
the human hip bone (Issledovanie rasprostranenna vibratsn po                 quasi-one-dimensional flow of a viscous fluid in a tube with wave-like
bedrennoi kosti cheloveka) V N Butriakov, G la Panovko, B A                  varying radius is considered                                    PTH
Potemkm, G A Safarashvili, and K V Frolov (Vsesoiuznaia
Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsmskoi Biomekhanike, 1st,
Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 1975) Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug
1975, p 680-684 7 refs In Russian                                            A76-12635*              Stress modification of the toxicity of anti
                                                                             motion sickness drugs and Aspirin D Shields, C Marra, A Goodwin,
                                                                             and J Vernikos-Danelhs (NASA, Ames Research Center, Biomedical
A76-12561 #            Low-frequency acoustic characteristics of bio-        Research Div . Moffett Field, Calif) Pharmacology, vol 13, 1975, p
logical tissues (Nizkochastotnye akusticheskie kharakteristiki bio-          241-247 23 refs
logicheskikh tkanei) A P Sarvazian (Akademna Nauk SSSR,                            The effect of environmental temperature on the toxicity of
 Institut Biologicheskoi Fiziki, Moscow, USSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Kon-            cyclizme, tnmethobenzamide, and Aspirin were studied in mice
ferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsmskoi Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga,              LD-50s were compared at 30 C, 22 C, and 15 C At 30 C the toxicity
Latvian SSR, Oct 1975) Mekhanika Polimerov, Juiy-Aug 1975, p                 of all three drugs increased, with that to Aspirin being affected most
691-695 6 refs In Russian                                                    Cooling decreased the toxicity of cyclizme and had no significant
      The propagation of elastic waves of various types in biological        effect on that of tnmethobenzamide or aspirin These findings
tissues is studied experimentally and theoretically for the acoustic         indicate that alterations in environmental temperature markedly
range of frequencies The contribution to the velocity of the elastic         affect drug toxicity They emphasize that such alterations, and
waves made by the real and imaginary components of the complex               particularly increases in temperature, do not have to be particularly
elastic modulus is analyzed It is shown that in soft tissues,                drastic, but that 'mild' variations in the environment are effective in
low-frequency elastic disturbances propagate mainly with the aid of          altering an animal's sensitivity to a drug                    (Author)
shear waves Geometric dispersion of velocity of elastic waves was
studied experimentally on models of gel-like systems, and results for
a system with Poisson coefficient of about 0 5 were in good
agreement with calculated results based on the dispersion equation
                                                              PTH


A76-12562 H            Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
physical activity on the age-related changes in the mechanical
properties of arterial walls (Vlname psikhoemotsional'nogo napna-
zhenna i fizicheskoi aktivnosti cheloveka na vozrastnye izmenenna
mekhanicheskikh svoistv stenok artern) A D Valtnens (Rizhskn
Meditsmskii Institut, Riga, Latvian SSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Kon-
ferentsiia po Inzhenemoi i Meditsmskoi Biomekhaniki, 1st, Riga,
Latvian SSR, Oct 1975 ) Mekhanika Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p
701-703 10 refs In Russian



A76-12563 #            Differences between the deformation and
strength characteristics of large blood vessels depending on their
localization, load direction and age of the human subject (Razlichua
deformativnykh i prochnostnykh svoistv krupnykh krovenosnykh
sosudov v zavisimosti ot ikh lokalizatsn, napravlenna nagruzhenna i
vozrasta cheloveka) V A Kas'ianov and A F Kregers (Akademna
Nauk Latviiskoi SSR, Institut Mekhamki Polimerov, Riga, Latvian
SSR) (Vsesoiuznaia Konferentsna po Inzhenernoi i Meditsmskoi
Biomekhanike, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, Oct 1975! Mekhanika
Polimerov, July-Aug 1975, p 704-710 13 refs In Russian

A76-12564 tf          Morphological and functional aspects of study-
ing some mechanical properties of the human aorta (Morfologi-
cheskie i funktsional'nye aspekty izuchemia nekotorykh mekhani-
cheskikh svoistv aorty cheloveka) lu A lartsev (Saratovskn Go-



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                                                                            N76-10698*# Hawaii Univ . Honolulu         Botany Dept
                                                                            THE PERFORMANCE AND CAPABILITIES OF TER-
                                                                            RESTRIAL ORGANISMS IN EXTREME AND UNUSUAL
                                                                            GASEOUS AND LIQUID ENVIRONMENTS PERFORMANCE
                                                                            OF FUNGI IN EXOTIC AND HARSH ENVIRONMENTS
                                                                            Semiannual Report
                                                                            Sanford M Siegel Oct 1975 29 p refs
                                                                            (Grant NGL-12-001-042)
                                                                            (NASA-CR-145395 Paper-40) Avail NTIS HC $3 75 CSCL
                                                                            06C
               STAR ENTRIES                                                     The growth of Penicilhum in saline and low temperature
                                                                            conditions during a 15 month incubation period was studied
                                                                            Data are also given on the potential of fungi for modification
                                                                            of the surface geochemistry of the earth and the capacity of
                                                                            these fungi to solubilize and concentrate metals       Author
N76-10695*# Food and Drug Administration Cincinnati Ohio
ECOLOGY AND THERMAL INACTIVATION OF MICROBES                                N76 10699# Los Alamos Scientific Lab, N Mex
IN AND ON INTERPLANETARY SPACE VEHICLE COMPO-                               EVALUATION OF LITHIUM BORATE AS A 7000-R DOSIME-
NENTS Quarterly Progress Report. 1 Jan - 31 Mar 1975                        TER
A L Reyes and J E Campbell Jun 1975 11 p                                     D M Holm and R J Payne Apr 1975 6 p refs
(NASA Order W-13411)                                                        (Contract W-7405-eng-36)
(NASA-CR-145480 QPR-40) Avail NTIS HC $3 25 CSCL                            (LA-5927-MS) Avail NTIS HCS400
06 M                                                                              A lithium borate dosimeter was evaluated as a 7000-R
     Dry heat treatment is specified as the preferred means for             dosimetry system One hundred dosimeter cards having two
the terminal sterilization of spacecraft and for decontamination            dosimeters per card were irradiated by a 250-keV X-ray machine
of spacecraft components The presence of organisms highly                   A twofold change in calibration was observed during the course
resistant to dry heat in soil and fallout around assembly and               of 98 irradiation cycles and a decrease in light output versus
industrial manufacturing areas is shown The dry heat survival               time lag between irradiation and reading was observed The
characteristics of the Cape Kennedy isolate 4-6 B brevis spores             first card failed on the 36th cycle and only two cards survived
is demonstrated The presence of hardy organisms from soil                   to the 98th cycle All of the failures were due to damage of
samples obtained from geographical areas of the United States               the Teflon packaging causing the dosimeters to hang up in the
is shown A resistant fraction appears to occur in low numbers               readout or to move in their card This system could be used for
in a soil sample The heat resistance characteristics of 4-6 B               screwworm fly dosimetry but is not considered ideal
brevis and B subtilis var niger spores are compared Their                                                                     Author (NSA)
morphological characteristics are compared by scanning electron
microscopy                                               Author
                                                                            N76-10700# Environmental Protection Agency Cincinnati Ohio
                                                                            Office of Water Program Operations
                                                                            PLANKTON ANALYSIS TRAINING MANUAL Final Report
N76-1O696*# Kanner (Leo) Associates Redwood City Calif                      R M Sinclair Mar 1975 265 p refs
STARVATION AND REFEEDING OF CARP (CYPRINUS                                  (PB-242008/1. EPA-430/1-75-004) Avail NTIS HC $8 50
CARPIO L)                                                                   CSCL 06F
Y Creach and A Serfaty Washington NASA Nov 1975                                  The manual covers the broad field of plankton analysis
25 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from J Physiol (Paris) v 68                   including reference outlines on classification and identification
no 3. 1974 p 245-260                                                        of algae and zooplankton limnology of plankton techniques of
(Contract NASw-2790)                                                        collection, and laboratory methods of analysis              GRA
(NASA-TT-F-16649) Avail NTIS HC $3 25 CSCL 06C
     The mam findings on the biochemical changes produced by
prolonged total starvation of carp are described The physiological
effects are pointed out in regard to body protein utilization               N76-10703# Royal Aircraft Establishment Farnborough
ammo acid metabolism and the problem of fish refeedmg after                 (England)
acute starvation                                           Author           FRACTURES OF THE SPINE IN HELICOPTER ACCIDENTS
                                                                            (EXAMINATION OF 25 CASES)
                                                                            R P Delahaye R Carre. R Auffret, and Farand Jul 1975
                                                                            10 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from Rev Med Aeronaut et
N76-10697*# National Aeronautics and Space Administration                   Spatiale (France) v 7 no 26. 1968 p 131-133
National Space Technology Labs Bay Saint Louis Miss                         (RAE-Lib-Trans-1848 BR48896) Avail NTIS HC $3 25
WATER HYACINTHS FOR UPGRADING SEWAGE LA-                                         Fractures of the spine were observed in the survivors of
GOONS TO MEET ADVANCED WASTEWATER TREATMENT                                 helicopters accidents The different types of crashes are described
STANDARDS. PART 1                                                           and some of the characteristic observations are reported The
B C Wolverton and R C McDonald Oct 1975 9 p refs
                                                                            positions of the fractures and their pathogenic mechanisms are
(NASA-TM-X-72729) Avail NTIS HC $3 25 CSCL 06C                              considered                                                 Author
      Water hyacinths, Eichhorma crassipes Mart Solms have
demonstrated the ability to function as an efficient and inexpensive
final filtration system in a secondary domestic sewage lagoon               N76-10704*# Transemantics Inc Washington, D C
during a three month test period These plants reduced the                   MEASUREMENTS OF LYSOSOMAL ENZYME ACTIVITIES
suspended solids biochemical oxygen demanding substances and                AND LAUCINE INCORPORATION RATES IN THE BRAINS
other chemical parameters to levels below the standards set by              OF YOUNG AND OLD RATS AFTER APPLICATIONS OF
the state pollution control agency The water hyacinth-covered               PIRACETAM
secondary lagoon utilized in this experiment had a surface area             D Plan H Henng. and F J Hermg Washington NASA Nov
of 0 28 hectare (0 70 acre) with a total capacity of 6 8 million            1975 13 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from Arzneim Forsch
liters (1 5 million gallons) receiving an inflow of 522 100 liters          Drug Research (West Germany), v 24 no 10, 1974
 (115.00O gallons) per day from a 1 1 hectare (3 8 acre) aerated            p 1588-1590
primary sewage lagoon These conditions allowed a retention                  (Contract NASw-2792)
time of 14 to 21 days depending on the water hyacinth                       (NASA-TT-F-16653) Avail NTIS HC S3 25 CSCL 06C
evapotranspiration rates The desired punty of final sewage effluent             The activities were measured of three lysosomal enzymes
can be controlled by the water hyacinth surface area, harvest               beta-glucuronidase beta-acetylglucosamtmdase cathepsm D and
rate and the retention time                                   Author        the incorporation rate of C-14-D-leucme of the brains of young


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and old rats after the application of 2-oxo-pyrrolidm-1-acetamid               Members of the working party gave their judgment on the
(piracetam) The results demonstrate an increase of the incorpora-          performance of color vision tests (Ishihara HRR TMC. Dvonne
tion rate as well as an increase of the protein concentration in           Farnsworth F2 Farnsworth dichotomous D15, Farnsworth H100
the lysosomal sediment of young and old rats The activities of             and Anamaloscopes Nagel I and II) and on problems of
the catabole lysosomal enzymes decrease in all investigated                nomenclature The results are discussed and a suggestion is
groups The results are discussed                          Author           made to set up a list of registered color vision tests with
                                                                           documentated performance as a possibly useful step towards
                                                                           standardized color vision tests                  Author (ESA)
N76-10705*# Techtran Corp Silver Spring Md
X-RAY INVESTIGATION IN A V I A T I O N AND SPACE
MEDICINE                                                                   N76-10709# Naval Medical Research Inst Bethesda Md
A R Mansurov Washington NASA Oct 1975 91 p refs                            HUMAN ENGINEERING CONSIDERATIONS IN THE
Transl into ENGLISH of the book "Tashkent' USSR. Meditsma                  EVALUATION OF DIVING EQUIPMENT Medical Research
Press. 1971 p 1-166                                                        Progress Report
(Contract NASw-2485)                                                       A J Bachrach and G H Egstrom 1974 18 p refs Submitted
(NASA-TT-F-804) Avail NTIS HC $4 75 CSCL 06S                               for publication
     The history of the use of X-rays to study the effects produced        (AD-A011680) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/11
in animals and man by g-forces oriented in various directions is               Highlights are presented of a particular human factors
presented with reference of Soviet and foreign literature Frequent         approach to one aspect of diver performance - the assessment
comparisons are drawn between the effects on unprotected                   of diving equipment its impact on the divers work and to a
organisms and parts of the body and the same effects ameliorated           degree, his physiological state Briefly reported are a range-of-
by the use of pressurized clothing and special g-suits Data drawn          motion biomechamcal analysis of the flexibility of the two systems
from examinations of professional aviators and parachute jumpers           and a heart rate-work correlation comparison of the two
are employed in a survey placing special emphasis on spinal                systems                                                       GRA
changes and damage caused by landing after ejection or making
a jump                                                       Author        N76-10710# Harvard Medical School Boston Mass                 Dept
                                                                           of Physiology
                                                                           REGULATION OF PROTEIN AND AMINO ACID DEGRADA-
N76-10706*# Umpqua Research Co Myrtle Creek. Ore                           TION IN SKELETAL MUSCLE
EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF THE CONSTITUENTS OF                                  Alfred L Goldberg and Richard Odessey 1974              15 p refs
SPACE WASH WATER Final Report                                              Presented at Proc of Intern Conf, Carefree Ariz, 15-19 Oct
David F Putnam and Gerald V Colombo Sep 1975 79 p                          1973 Submitted for publication
refs                                                                       (Grant AF-AFOSR-1807-69)
(Contract NAS2-8239)                                                       (AD-A011508 ISBN-90-21902265) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/1
(NASA-CR-137735 URC-50801) Avail NTIS HC $4 75 CSCL                             The article reviews recent investigations on the following
06P                                                                        aspects of protein metabolism in muscle        (1) In muscle the
     This report presents experimental data obtained under                 average rates of protein catabolism vary under different physiologi-
controlled conditions which quantify the various constituents of           cal conditions e g fasting Several factors have been found to
human origin that may be expected in space wash water The                  reduce protein catabolism including insulin glucose and
experiments were conducted with a simulated crew of two male               branched chain ammo acids In addition repeated contractions
and two female subjects The data show that the expected wash               and passive tension on the muscle retard net proteolysis (2)
water contaminants originating from human secretions are                   Muscle rapidly oxidizes 3 required ammo acids - leucme isoleucme
substantially lower than theoretical protections indicated The data        and valme This process increases severalfold upon fasting in
presented are immediately useful and may have considerable                 diabetes and after hypophysectomy (3) Muscle releases into
impact on the tradeoff comparisons among various unit processes            the circulation large amounts of alanine This process is linked
and systems under consideration by NASA for recycling space                to degradation of the branched chain ammo acids Since alanme
wash water                                                   Author        is a major precursor for glucose synthesis in liver and since
                                                                           liver releases branched chain ammo acids selectively during
N76-10707*jj( Air Force Academy Colo                Instrumentation        gluconeogenesis there appears to be a cycle between muscle
Lab                                                                        and liver of branched chain ammo acids and alanine             GRA
ANALYSIS OF CHANGES IN LEG VOLUME PARAMETERS.
AND ORTHOSTATIC TOLERANCE IN RESPONSE TO
LOWER BODY NEGATIVE PRESSURE DURING 59 DAYS
EXPOSURE TO ZERO GRAVITY SKYLAB 3                                          N76-10711# Rochester Univ NY             Div of Urology
Richard D Barnett Richard J Gowen and David R Carroll                      THE PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF DECOMPRESSION SICK-
Jul 1975 300 p refs                                                        NESS AN OVERVIEW WITH EMPHASIS ON PLASMA AND
(NASA Order T-66344-G)                                                     LIPID CHANGES Final Report
(NASA-CR-144515) Avail NTIS HC $8 75 CSCL 06S                              Abraham T K Cockett Stephen M Pauley, Donald N Zehl
     The cardiovascular responses of the Apollo crewmen                    and Wilha S Cockett 30 May 1975 17 p refs
associated with postflight evaluations indicate varying decrements         (Contract N00014-67-A-0398-0008, NR Proj 201-011)
of orthostatic tolerance The postflight changes indicate a slightly        (AD-A011153, Rept-5-29192) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/19
diminished ability to the cardiovascular system to function                     Several significant findings or trends have been noted over
effectively against gravity following exposure to weightlessness           the past 12 years Upid emboli coexist with gaseous emboli in
The objective of the Skylab LBNP experiments (M092) was to                 moderately severe decompression sickness        Upid emboli can
provide information about the magnitude and time course of                 be altered following early intravenous therapy Dextran (LMW
the cardiovascular changes associated with prolonged periods of            or MMW) is effective as an antilipemic clearing agent         An
exposure to weightlessness This report details the equipment               excellent colloidal expander dextran should be used in the
signal processing and analysis of the leg volume data obtained             treatment of severe decompression sickness particularly if a
from the M092 experiment of the Skylab 3 Mission            Author         recompression chamber is miles away Human divers may manifest
                                                                           changes in hematocnt, platelet and selected coagulation factors
N76-10708# Institute for Perception RVO-TNO, Soesterberg                   These trends are of interest and can perhaps herald the onset
(Netherlands)                                                              of decompression sickness if the plasma changes are significantly
REPORT OF THE WORKING PARTY ON STANDARDIZA-                                altered beyond the levels shown by volunteer divers The lungs
TION OF THE INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH GROUP ON                                 serve as a primary target organ for trapping emboli Disruption
COLOUR VISION DEFICIENCIES                                                 of alveoli at this site may lead to air embolism          Careful
J J Vos 1975 14 p                                                           monitoring of the brain and eyeground can be of assistance in
(IZF-1975-7. TDCK-66457) Avail NTIS HC $3 25                               following the more severely afflicted patient               GRA


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N76-10712# Army Edgewood Arsenal Md                                              A study of the effect of a 12-hour incubation at 40 5C on
RESPIRATORY RESISTANCE AND THE ENDURANCE OF                                 population growth mitotic index cell viability and rate of
MEN WORKING UNDER THERMAL STRESS Technical                                  incorporation of 3H-thymidme into DNA 3H-leucme into protein
Report. Dec 1973 - Jul 1974                                                 and inorganic 32P into high energy nucleotides is presented A
Francis N Craig and Fred W Stemler May 1975 30 p refs                       summary of results of this investigation is given          GRA
(DA Pro) 1W7-62710-AD-25)
(AD-A011261 EB-TR-75025) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/5                               N76-10716# Turku Univ (Finland)                Dept of Medical
      The effect of the respiratory resistances of the M17A1                Chemistry
protective mask on endurance in hard work of five men wearing               OXYGEN AND TRAUMA                STUDIES ON P U L M O N A R Y
the two-layer permeable protective assembly was tested by                   OXYGEN POISONING AND THE ROLE OF OXYGEN IN
comparing the standard mask with one whose mspiratory and                   REPAIR PROCESSES Final Technical Report, Dec 1973 -
expiratory resistances were 3 mm H20 at an airflow of 85 liters             Dec 1974
per minute Four comparisons were made at 18C nine at 41C                    Juha Nnmkoski Dec 1974 90 p refs
and three at 46C in walking at 3 mph or jogging at 4 mph                    (Gram DA-ERO-124-74-G-0011)
both up a 10 percent grade The 3-mph walks represented a                    (AD-A011408. ARDG(E)-R/D-2026) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/5
workload of from one-third to one-half the measured maximal                      Contents     oxygen-induced changes in pulmonary phos-
oxygen uptake       The physiological state at exhaustion was               phohpids collagen metabolism in rat lungs during chronic
examined in terms of the heart rate rectal temperature and the              intermittent exposure to oxygen Determinations of local 02 and
time devoted to the expiratory phase of the respiratory cycle               CO2 tensions by means of implanted silastic tube parenchymal
 For men walking at 3 mph up a 10 percent grade the heat                    gas tensions in dog lung mtrapentoneal 02 and C02 tensions
 load of the permeable protective assembly restricts endurance              in experimental adhesion disease and peritonitis energy metabo-
 at environmental temperatures of 18C and above The respiratory             lism of experimental wounds in various oxygen environments
 stress of the M17A1 protective mask does not add significantly             effect of hyperbaric oxygenation and prolonged hypoxia on healing
to the restriction on endurance under these conditions    GRA               of open wounds oxygen tensions in healing anastomosis of rabbit
                                                                            aorta                                                       GRA
N76-10713# School of Aerospace Medicine Brooks AFB Tex
INFLIGHT PATIENT MONITORING/BLOOD PRESSURE                                  N76-10717#        Aerospace Medical Research Labs Wright-
MEASUREMENT DEVICE               Final Report. Jun 1970 - Jul               Patterson AFB Ohio
1974                                                                        EFFECTS OF MONOMETHYLHYDRAZINE ON RED BLOOD
Helen D Kopczynski David U Stoner and George A Rex May                      CELL METABOLISM
 1975 13 p                                                                  Marilyn E George Mar 1975 20 p refs
(AF Proj 4054)                                                              (AF Proj 7163)
(AD-A011608 SAM-TR-75-9) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/12                              (AD-A011548 AMRL-TR-74-87) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/20
     The blood pressure measurement device was designed to                        Monomethylhydrazme is used in various Air Force propellant
meet an urgent operational requirement for a method of monitoring           systems Chronic exposure to low concentrations of this compound
vital signs of acutely ill patients while in flight The high noise          results in an anemia characterized by methemoglobmemia
and vibration levels of most aircraft make the indirect measure-            decreased levels of reduced glutathione and Heinz body formation
ment of blood pressure extremely difficult using the conventional           The study reported here was designed to determine if Heinz
approach The Military Airlift Command ( M A C ) requested                   body formation was the principal mechanism of the red cell
development of a device which would overcome these constraints              destruction or if MMH also had effects on the glycolytic pathways
A method using an ultrasonic monitoring device that employs                 and/or red cell membranes which would contribute to the
the Doppler shift principle to detect blood flow and arterial wall          hemolytic mechanism Human red cells were exposed in vitro
motion was developed by USAFSAM The inflight blood pressure                 to three levels of MMH for two four or six hours Glucose
measurement device consists of a commercial ultrasonic Doppler              utilization lactate production and ATP levels were measured to
shift monitor and a standard sphygmomanometer which has been                determine effects on glucose metabolism and osmotic fragili-
modified by placing a transducer mount through the cuff and                 ties, red cell potassium concentration and malonyldialdehyde
bladder The device is employed similarly to an acoustic                     levels were measured to assess membrane effects              GRA
stethoscope and sphygmomanometer                             GRA
                                                                            N76-10718# California Univ. Irvine
                                                                            TOXIC HAZARDS RESEARCH UNIT ANNUAL TECHNICAL
N76-10714# Maryland Univ College Park
                                                                            REPORT. 1974 Final Report, Jun 1973 - May 1974
CELLULAR VIABILITY. METABOLISM AND GROWTH
                                                                            J D MacEwen and E H Vernot Jul 1974 203 p refs
KINETICS DURING HYPERTHERMIA IN THE PHYSIOLOGI-
                                                                            (Contract F33615-73-C-4059 AF Proj 6302)
CAL RANGE Final Report. 18 Jun 1973 - 31 Aug 1974
                                                                            (AD-A011559 AMRL-TR-74-78) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/20
Joshua R C Brown 23 May 1975 12 p refs                                          Acute inhalation toxicity experiments were conducted on
(Grant DA-ARO(D)-31-124-73-G196)                                            benzomtnle deuterium fluoride and fluomme         Chronic toxicity
(AD-A011484 FR-3 ARO-1 1556 3-L) Avail NTIS CSCL                            studies were conducted with an aircraft fuel JP-4 and constituents
06/19                                                                       of JP-9 Chronic studies of coal tar aerosols and hydrazme
    The objectives of the project are to       (1) establish a dose         were also continued Oral and percutaneous toxicity determination
response curve to hyperthermia between normal incubation                    and skin irritation and sensitization studies were conducted on
temperature and 40 5C (2) to investigate the mechanisms of                  a number of fuel additives and photographic chemicals         GRA
thermal disruption of normal cellular activities and attempt to
correlate temperature induced effects with changes in high
energy nucleotide availability or with the levels of other metabolic         N76-10719# Undersea Medical Society Bethesda Md
regulators (3) to investigate the mechanisms of increased thermal            PROCEEDINGS OF THE UNDERSEA MEDICAL SOCIETY
stability in previously heat treated cell cultures A brief outline           WORKSHOP (8TH) ON THE STRATEGY FOR FUTURE
of research findings is presented                              GRA           DIVING TO DEPTHS GREATER THAN 1.0OO FEET
                                                                             M J Halsey W Settle and E B Smith 15 Jun 1975 104 p
N76-10715# Maryland Univ College Park                                        refs Workshop held at Sea Ranch Calif 26-27 Feb 1975
CELLULAR VIABILITY. METABOLISM AND G R O W T H                               (Contract N00014-74-C-0319)
KINETICS DURING HYPERTHERMIA IN THE PHYSIOLOGI-                              (AD-A011456 WS-6-15-75) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/19
CAL RANGE Final Report. 1 Feb 1972 - 31 Aug 1974                                 The report presents discussions dealing with all aspects of
Joshua R C Brown 23 May 1975 11 p refs                                       the subject problem      The following areas were stressed
(Grant DAHC19-72-G-0010)                                                     Physico-chemical approaches interaction of anaesthetics with
(AD-A011482 ARO-1 1556 2-L FR-2) Avail NTIS CSCL                             proteins and bilayers pressure and anaesthetics performance
06/19                                                                        during saturation dives hydrostatic pressure effects in liquid



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breathing mice sustained dives with mice up to depths of 8000              Statistical methods are employed to assess the effects of target
feet application of the critical volume hypothesis to problems             and clutter factors on detection performance               GRA
of deep diving high pressure nervous syndrome--clmical and
electrophysiological studies in man, practical limits to the use of        N76-10724#        Aerospace Medical Research Labs          Wright-
man under pressure and a strategy for future diving           GRA          Patterson AFB, Ohio
                                                                           SEEKVAL PROJECT IA1               EFFECTS OF C O L O R AND
N76-10720# School of Aerospace Medicine Brooks AFB, Tex                    BRIGHTNESS CONTRAST ON TARGET ACQUISITION Final
OCULAR HYPERTENSION AND CHRONIC OPEN-ANGLE                                 Report
GLAUCOMA IN USAF PILOTS AND NAVIGATORS Progress                            Robert L Hilgendorf and John Milenski Jul 1974 75 p refs
Report, 1958 - 1973                                                        (AF Proj 7184)
James L Mims III and Thomas J Tredici Dec 1974 18 p                        (AD-A011547 AMRL-TR-74-55) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/10
refs                                                                            The report covers an experiment to determine the effects of
(AF Pro) 7755)                                                             target color and brightness contrast on visual detection perform-
(AD-A010588 SAM-TR-74-48) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/14                            ance by means of the unaided human eye The data consist
     Records from the United States Air Force glaucoma screening           mainly of elapsed times between search initiation and correct
and management program for flying personnel were surveyed to               detection of tank targets at a simulated slant range of about
obtain long-term followup information and age-specific preval-              1 mile Statistical methods are employed to assess the effects
ences for this population Untreated ocular hypertensives with              of color with three levels of contrast factor on detection
tensions of 22-29 with no visual field loss were labeled                   performance Under the experimental conditions effects due to
preglaucoma ocular hypertensives without field loss and treated            color and brightness contrast were each statistically rated with
with epinephnne (for tensions above 29 or for other reasons)               the observation that interaction effects between these two factors
were labeled glaucoma      Those requiring other drugs and those           were not statistically significant The effect of color tended to
with field loss were disqualified from flying Questionnaires to            account for more variance than the effect of brightness
ophthalmologists caring for retired men indicated that 1 of the            contrast                                                     GRA
39 preglaucomas followed 8 years and 2 of the 27 glaucomas
followed 7 years had lost visual field Among ocular hypertens-
                                                                           N76-10725# School of Aerospace Medicine Brooks AFB Tex
ives screened from 15804 men ages 40-54 in 1970 only 5
                                                                           Aerospace Medical Div
had visual field loss presumed glaucomatous                 GRA
                                                                           EVALUATION OF TWO LINK GAT 1 TRAINER TASKS BY
                                                                           EXPERIENCED PILOTS AT THREE ALCOHOL DOSE LEVELS
                                                                           Final Report. Mar 1973 - Jun 1974
N76-10721*# McDonnell-Douglas Technical Services Co Inc                    Peter H Henry Thomas Q Davis Edward J Engelken Richard
Houston Tex                                                                C McNee Harold N Keiser J H Tnebwasser and M C Lancaster
ADVANCED CREW PROCEDURES DEVELOPMENT TECH-                                 Dec 1974 156 p refs
NIQUES PROCEDURES AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM                                  (AF Proj 7930)
TRAINING PLAN                                                              (AD-A011607 SAM-TR-74-53) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/10
J D Arbet and R L Benbow 17 Oct 1975 13 p                                       To calibrate the performance measuring scales for two
(Contract NAS9-14354)                                                      separate tasks developed around the Link GAT-1 flight trainer
(NASA-CR-144526 ACPDT-DN-13) Avail NTIS HC $3 25                           the degrading effects of ethyl alcohol were studied in 12 USAF
CSCL 05!                                                                   instructor pilots The subjects were tested at three alcohol dose
    A plan developed to support the training of PPP users in               levels ( 0 3 0 6 and 09 gm alcohol/kg body wt) which resulted
the operations associated with PPP usage is described This                 in indirectly measured blood alcohol levels of approximately 30.
document contains an overview of the contents of each training             60 and 100 mg% respectively Statistically significant performance
session and a detailed outline to be used as the guideline for             decrements were found for only the moderate and high alcohol
each session                                            Author             dose levels The magnitudes of the decrements corresponded
                                                                           closely to those reported in previous experiments using the same
N76-10722#         Institute for Perception RVO-TNO Soesterberg            test conditions but where the subjects had no previous flying
(Netherlands)                                                              experience                                                   GRA
THE COMPROMISE BETWEEN V I S U A L FIELD AND
M A G N I F I C A T I O N FOR AN IMAGE INTESIFIER WITH                     N76-10726# Arizona State Univ Tempe Dept of Educational
VARIABLE MAGNIFICATION                                                     Technology
F L vanOs and R E vanLeeuwen 1975                 12 p ref In
                                                                           PRACTICE AND INCENTIVE EFFECTS ON L E A R N E R
DUTCH ENGLISH summary                                                      PERFORMANCE AIRCRAFT INSTRUMENT COMPREHEN-
(Contract A74/KL/013)                                                      SION TASK Final Report. Jun 1973 - Jul 1974
(IZF-1975-6 TDCK-66456) Avail NTIS HC S3 25
                                                                            Barbara G Tenpas and Norman C Higgins Dec 1974 30 p
    The optimal combination of magnification and visual field              refs
for an image mtensifier with a zoom lens was determined This               (Contract F41609-71-C-0027 AF Proj 1123)
was done with an indoor simulation of the realistic target search
                                                                           (AD-A011616. AFHRL-TR-74-104) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/9
task of finding on a slide a jeep near the edge of a forest The
                                                                                AFROTC cadets learned an aircraft instrument comprehension
search time appeared to tie the best yardstick to find an optimal
                                                                           task by reading self-instructional materials No significant changes
magnification A tentative interpretation of the data was given
                                                     Author (ESA)          in posttest scores occurred when practice items were added to
                                                                           the materials or when simulator rides were offered as incentives
N76-10723#       Aerospace Medical Research Labs Wright-                   However cadets who practiced the task and cadets who were
Patterson AFB Ohio                                                         offered the incentive performed faster on the posttest than those
SEEKVAL PROJECT IA1 EFFECTS OF TARGET NUMBER                               who only read the materials                                    GRA
AND CLUTTER ON STATIC TARGET ACQUISITION Final
Report
Robert L Hilgendorf and John Milenski Jul 1974 50 p refs                   N76-10727$ Eastern Virginia Medical School Norfolk             Dept
(AF Proj 7184)                                                             of Physiology and Bioengineenng
(AD-A011546 AMRL-TR-74-14) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/10                           MODULATION OF EVOKED RESPONSES DURING BEHAV-
    The report covers an experiment to determine the effects of            IORAL MOTOR INHIBITION IN THE CAT Annual Summary
number of targets and background clutter on static, low altitude           Report. 1 Mar 1974 - 28 Fob 1975
target detection performance by the unaided eye as would be                Richard C Howe 21 Mar 1975 8 p
experienced in a helicopter-type target acquisition environment            (Grant DAMD17-74-G-9390)
The data consist mainly of whether or not single or groups of              (AD-A011457 ASR-1) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/16
tank targets (1 3 or 9) Within controlled clutter configurations                The purpose of this study was to ascertain those brain systems
were detected and the corresponding times to detect them                   directly associated with inhibition of motor activity        Chronic



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cats with implanted electrodes were operantly conditioned for                    N76-10731*# Honeywell Inc Minneapolis Minn
                                                                                 CABIN ATMOSPHERE MONITORING SYSTEM (CAMS).
an absence of phasic motor activity Peripherally and centrally
                                                                                 PRE-PROTOTYPE MODEL DEVELOPMENT CONTINUATION
evoked responses are obtained from the implanted electrodes
                                                                                 Summary Report. Aug 1974 - Jun 1975
during movement non-movement and sleep periods All electrode
                                                                                 W W Bursack and W A Harris Jun 1975 32 p
sites are verified using histological techniques Standard computer
                                                                                 (Contract NAS8-30254)
signal averaging techniques are used in the data analysis
                                                                                 (NASA-CR-144005 Honeywell-SR-F2 1 07-1) Avail NTIS
Amplitude changes of evoked responses from various brain
structures will be compared between movement non-movement                        HC $375 CSCL 06K
                                                                                       The development of the Cabin Atmosphere Monitoring Systen
and sleep stakes As the data collection phase is still in progress
                                                                                 (CAMS) is described Attention was directed toward improving
no results are presently available Interpretation of the results
                                                                                 stability and reliability of the design using flight application
will be made according to the structural and functional organiza-
                                                                                 guidelines Considerable effort was devoted to the development
tion of those brain areas showing significant alterations during
                                                                                 of a temperature-stable RF/DC generator used for excitation of
the behavioral conditions of this study                       GRA
                                                                                 the quadrupole mass filter Minor design changes were made in
                                                                                 the preprototype model Specific gas measurement examples are
N76-10728# Assistant Secretary of Defense (Program Analysis                       included along with a discussion of the measurement rationale
and Evaluation) Washington D C                                                   employed                                                 Author
EFFECTS OF COLORED LENSES ON VISUAL PERFORM-
ANCE Final Report. 1 Feb 1973 - 30 Jan 1974
Robert S Hart Jul 1974 24 p refs
(Contract F33615-73-C-4105 AF Pro) 7184)
(AD-A011572 AMRL-TR-74-38) Avail NTIS CSCL17/8                                   N76-10732*# Aerotherm Acurex Corp Mountain View Calif
     This study compares operator target detection performance                   EV SPACE SUIT GLOVES (PASSIVE) Final Report
while wearing red. yellow and gray sunglass lenses and unaided                   f Glenn Tickner E G Fletcher J D Dodson and William
viewing A research task was performed outdoors using survival                    Elkms Sep 1975 145 p refs
orange targets located at ranges of 1600 feet to 4500 feet                       (Contract NAS9-14461 Aerotherm Proj 7 122)
from the subjects        No statistically significant performance                (NASA-CR-144527,        Aerotherm-75-165)            Avail     NTIS
differences were obtained although subjectively the operators                    HC $5 75 CSCL 06K
preferred the yellow lenses over the gray sunglasses and unfiltered                   A pair of pressure and thermal insulating ovetgloves to be
conditions                                                    GRA                used with an Extravehicular (EV) suit assembly wds designed
                                                                                 developed fabricated and tested The design features extensive
N76-10729#        Aerospace Medical Research Labs Wright-                        use of Nomex felt materials in lieu of the multiple layer insulation
Patterson AFB Ohio                                                               formerly used with the Apollo thermal glove The glove theoretically
THE EFFECTS OF EXTENDED MISSIONS ON THE PER-                                     satisfies all of the thermal requirements The presence of the
FORMANCE OF AIRBORNE COMMAND AND CONTROL                                         thermal glove does not degrade pressure glove tartility by more
TEAMS Final Report                                                               than the acceptable 10% value On the other hand the thermal
Robert D ODonnell Ralph Bollmger and Bryce O Hartman Jul                         glove gene jlly degrades pressure glove mobility by more than
 1974 32 p                                                                       the acceptable 10% value primarily in the area of the fingers
(AF Pro) 7184)                                                                   Life cycling tests were completed with minimal problems The
(AD-A011549 AMRL-TR-74-20) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/10                                 thermal glove/pressure glove ensemble was also tested for
     The report covers the effects of extended mission lengths                   comfort the test subjects found no problems with the thermal
on the performance of airborne command and control teams                         glove although they did report difficulties with pressure points
wherein complex cognitive components consisting primarily of                     on the pressure glove which were independent of the thermal
information collection interpretation and communication consti-                  glove                                                         YJA
tute the bulk o1 the workload Trie survey centers on investiga-
ting general categories of performance-related factors such as
overall fatigue rather than specific task performances such as
long-term memory sensory motor reaction time, or information
processing                                                GRA                      N76-10733*# Life Systems Inc Cleveland Ohio
                                                                                  ELECTROCHEMICAL AIR R E VITA LIZATION SYSTEM
                                                                                  OPTIMIZATION INVESTIGATION Final Report
                                                                                   R R Woods F H Schubert and T M Hallick Oct 1975
N76-10730# Illinois Umv Savoy Aviation Research Lab                               93 p refs
THE TRANSITION OF E X P E R I E N C E D PILOTS TO A                               (Contract NAS9-14301)
FREQUENCY-SEPARATED AIRCRAFT ATTITUDE DISPLAY                                     (NASA-CR-144521 LSI-ER-247-3) Avail NTIS H C S 4 7 5 CSCL
A FLIGHT EXPERIMENT Final Report                                                  06K
Dennis B Bennger Robert C Williges, and Stanley N Roscoe                               A program to characterize a Breadboard of an Electrochemical
Jul 1974 25 p refs                                                                Air Revitalization System (BEARS) was successfully completed
(Contract N00014-67-A-0305-0014 NR Proj 196-092)                                  The BEARS is composed of three components (1) a water vapor
 (AD-A001808 ARL-74-8/ONR-74-1) Avail NTIS CSCL                                   electrolysis module (WVEM) for 02 production and partial
 05/5                                                                             humidity control (2) an electrochemical depolarized carbon dioxide
      Twenty-four experienced pilots were given one flight in a                   concentrator module (EDCM) for CO2 control and (3) a
 Link GAT-2 simulator and one flight in a Beechcraft C-45H                        power-sharing controller designed to utilize the power produced
 using either the moving horizon moving airplane or frequency-                    by the EOCM to partially offset the WVEM powpr requirements
 separated attitude display        The flight tasks performed by the              It is concluded from the results of this work that the concept
 subjects included recovery from unknown attitudes disturbed                      of electrochemical air revitahzation with power-sharing is a viable
 attitude tracking and completion of an area navigation course                    solution to the problem of providing a localized topping force
 Data collected in the C-45H aircraft demonstrated superior                       for O2 generation C02 removal and partial humidity control
 performance of both the frequency-separated and moving horizon                   aboard manned spacecraft Continued development of the EARS
 displays when compared to the moving airplane display during                     concept is recommended applying the operational experience
 unknown attitude recoveries The frequency-separated display                      and limits identified during the BEARS program to testing of a
 was superior to all others during disturbed-attitude tracking It                 one-man capacity system and toward the development of
 was concluded that the flight performance of experienced pilots                  advanced system controls to optimize EARS operation for given
 during their initial transition to a frequency-separated flight attitude         interfaces and requirements Successful completion of this
 presentation is at least comparable and possibly superior to                     development will produce timely technology necessary to plan
 their flight performance with the conventional moving horizon                    future advanced environmental control and life support system
 presentation                                                        GRA          programs and experiments                                    Author



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N76-10734*# McDonnell-Douglas Technical Services Co Inc                     motivation ar o.her specific traits of the operator population
                                                                                        and
Houston, Tex                                                                The paper discusses several of these variables and their
ADVANCED CREW PROCEDURES DEVELOPMENT TECH-                                  biomechamcal implications and describes techniques and a
NIQUES PROCEDURES AND PERFORMANCE PROGRAM                                   regimen to design new equipment or modify existing equipment
DESCRIPTION                                                                 to conform to the strength characteristics of the operator
J D Arbet and A A Mangiaracma 26 Sep 1975 110 p                             populations                                               GRA
refs
(Contract NAS9-14354)                                                       N76-10738# Webb Associates Yellow Springs Ohio
(NASA-CP-144517 ACPDT-DN-12) Avail NTIS HC $5 25                            THE EFFECTS OF PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT
CSCL 05H                                                                    UPON THE ARM REACH CAPABILITY OF USAF PILOTS
     The "rocedures and Performance Program (PPP) for operation             Milton Alexander and Lloyd Laubach Jul 1973 11 p Submitted
in <onjunction with the Shuttle Procedures Simulator (SPS) is               for Publication
clpscnbec1 The PPP user interface the SPS/PPP interface and                 (Contract F33615-72-C-1006 AF Pro| 7184)
the PPP applications software are discussed            Author               (AD-A011580 AMRL-TR-72-93) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/5
                                                                                 The lack of published arm-reach data on Air Force flight
M76 10735*# Massachusetts Umv Amherst                                       personnel in actual cockpit situations piesents manifest difficulties
DESIGN AND FABRICATION OF AN END EFFECTOR Final                             to the cockpit layout specialist This paper discusses the results
Report                                                                      of a study to determine the arm reach capabilities of aircrew-
F R E Crossley and Franklin G Umholtz 21 May 1975 30 p                      men wearing heavy winter flight clothing survival equipment
refs                                                                        and restraint harnesses The sample consisted of 16 male subjects
(Contract NAS8-29073)                                                       (currently active Air Defense Command pilots) The subjects
(NASA-CR-144008) Avail NTIS HC S3 75 CSCL 05H                               were (pilots) selected to approximate closely the various
     The construction is described of a prototype mechanical hand           height-weight categories in the ADC flying population A specially
or end effector for use on a remotely controlled robot but                  designed apparatus was constructed to measure arm-reach
with possible application as a prosthetic device An analysis of             capability    Each subject was measured under four conditions
hand motions is reported from which it is concluded that the                The results of the study indicate that there are significant
two most important manipulations (apart from grasps) are to be              differences in arm reach capability of pilots while in the
able to pick up a tool and draw it into a nested grip against               shirt-sleeved and maximum flying assembly conditions throughout
ihe palm and to be able to hold a pistol-grip tool such as an               most of the spatial envelope                                   GRA
electric drill and pull the trigger A model was tested and found
capable of both these operations                          Author            N76-10739#       Aerospace Medical Research Labs Wright-
                                                                            Patterson AFB Ohio
N76-10736# Forschungsmstitut fuer Anthropotechnik Mecken-                   HUMAN FORCE CAPABILITIES FOR OPERATING AIR-
heim (West Germany)                                                         CRAFT CONTROLS AT 1, 3. AND 5 GZ Final Report
AN INVESTIGATION OF SINGLE-AXIS MANUAL CONTROL                              K H Eberhard Kroemer Feb 1975 108 p refs
PROCESSES AND C O M P A R A T I V E E V A L U A T I O N OF                  (AF Proj 7184)
HUMAN OPERATOR MODELS [VERGLEICHENDE UNTER-                                 (AD-A011545 AMRL-TR-73-54) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/8
SUCHUNG             EINACHSIGER            MANUELLER           RE                The maximum isometric forces adult male subjects could
GELVORGAENGE UNO BEURTEILUNG IHRER LINEAREN                                 exert at eight locations of hand-operated aircraft controls were
MODELLIERUNG]                                                               measured at 1 -i 3 and +5gz Forces were measured in two
W Stein Dec 1974 107 p refs In GERMAN ENGLISH                               vertical and four to eight horizontal directions        Selected
summary                                                                     anthropometric dimensions were obtained on the subjects and
(FB-21) Avail NTIS HC S5 25 Forschungsmst fuer Anthropo-                    compared with those from the 1967 USAF anthropometric survey
tech Mechenheim West Ger DM 10                                              of flying personnel    Summary statistics including the mean
     Tracking behavior of human operators was investigated for              standard deviation coefficient of variation symmetry .kurtosis
the purpose of describing and modelling that behavior The                   and selected percentiles are presented for each of the 60 force
independent variables were selected from signal parameters of               exertion measures                                           GRA
the random forcing function and control system dynamics of a
single-axis laboratory tracking task The signal transfer and                N76-10740jj/ Naval Air Development Center Warmmster Pa
information transmission characteristics of the human operator              Crew Systems Dept
and his control performance on the task as it varied with                   LABORATORY ASSESSMENT OF THE AN/PVS-5 NIGHT
independent variables was discussed Attention was given to                  VISION GOGGLE
mtra and intersubject variability of the human operator A criterion         Gloria T Chisum and Phyllis E Morway 19 Mar 1975 23 p
derived from experimental data to assess the efficiency of human            refs
operator models is proposed After review of the literature this             (AD-A011053 NADC-75006-40) Avail NTIS CSCL 17/5
criterion was used to compare several selected human operator                    Laboratory assessment of the AN/PVS-5 Night Vision Goggle
 models including some relatively complex ones with the simple              was conducted Visual fields goggle infrared source useable
 linear time-invariant type of model in terms of their deterministic        range and detectabihty of targets with the goggle were measured
 aspects It was found that the efficiency of all models was                 Illumination levels of 54 and -622 loq loot candles were
 comparable                                           Author (ESAi          adequate for 90 perrent detection of 0 14 and 0 07 acuity targets
                                                                            'espectively Calculations o* distances at which various surface
 N76-10737#        Aerospace Medical Research Labs Wright-                  and airborne targets subtended corrparaHe visual angles and
 Patterson AFB Ohio Aerospace Medical Div                                   tables of natural brightness conditions are presented to permit
 DESIGNING FOR MUSCULAR STRENGTH OF VARIOUS                                 translation of laboratory values into field conditions While further
 POPULATIONS Final Report                                                   field evaluation is anticipated the laboratory assessment indicates
 K H Eberhard Kroemer Dec 1974 58 p refs                                    that the goggle can significantly facilitate aircrew night visual
 (AF Pro) 7184)                                                             performance                                                    GRA
 (AD-A011537 AMRL-TR-72-46) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/5
      Hand- and foot-operated controls are the input devices through
 which the operator effects the performance of manned systems               N76-11310 Letterman Army Inst of Research San Francisco.
 Selection of the type of control and its location within the reach         Calif  Non-Ionizing Radiation Div
 envelope depend to a large degree on biomechamcal parame-                  OCULAR EFFECTS OF LASER RADIATION CORNEA AND
 ters of all user populations i e mainly on their body dimensions           ANTERIOR CHAMBER
 and on their strength characteristics including motion stereotypes         Edwin S Beatrice and Bruce E Stuck In AGARD Laser Hazards
 and lateral preferences Muscular strength for control operation            and Safety in the Mil Environ Aug 1975 5 p refs
 can vary significantly with age sex cultural origin health training


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     The effects of infrared laser radiation on the cornea and               LASER PROTECTIVE DEVICES
skin of humans were considered Three areas were discussed                    David H Slmey In AGARD Laser Hazards and Safety in the
normal anatomy and physiology of both tissues, summary of                    Mil Environ 1975 11 p refs I
those laser systems which may interact with these tissues and
effects of these systems on tissues It is pointed out that                        The ideal characteristics of laser eye protective devices were
threshold damage to the eye from C02 laser radiation is confined             presented and the present filter materials and goggle designs
to the more superficial areas of the cornea At above threshold               were compared with the ideal Although the skin requires
levels damage is observed to the entire thickness and some                   protection from lasers emitting in the ultraviolet and far-infrared
changes in the anterior chamber are observed              YJ A               regions at comparable exposure levels that may cause eye
                                                                             injuries protection of the eye remains paramount             Author
N76-11311 Letterman Army Inst of Research San Francisco
Calif  Non-Iodizing Radiation Div
OCULAR EFFECTS OF RADIATION RETINA
Edwin S Beatrice In AGARD Laser Hazards and Safety in the                    N76-11647     World Meteorological Organization Geneva
Mil Environ Aug 1975 4p refs                                                 (Switzerland)
                                                                             HEAT STRESS IN INDIGENOUS CATTLE
     A discussion of threshold levels associated with injuries to            V A Finch In its Agroclimatol of the Highlands of Eastern
the primate retina from exposure to visible and near infrared                Africa 1974 p 48-55 refs
laser radiation was given It is explained that, while the retina
is subdivided into ten identifiable layers the absorption site of            Copyright
the visible and near infrared laser sources is limited to the melanin             The heat stress from solar radiation in zebu cattle (Bos indicus)
granules of the retinal pigment epithelium The mechanism of                  in the highlands of East Africa was assessed by evaluating the
injury at the above threshold exposed site is thermal The endpomt            absorption of radiant energy flux the metabolic heat production
for the determination of threshold levels can be subdivided into             and each mode of heat dissipation The results suggest that
three areas grossly observable retinal opacity level light                   heat stress in zebu cattle is minimal and that production is not
microscopic cellular alteration at the distal photoreceptor and              hindered by solar radiation                                       ESA
pigment epithelial level, and subcellular change at the magnifica-
tion power of the electron microscopic level                   YJ A

N76-11312     Royal Air Force Inst of Aviation Medicine
Farnborough (England)                                                        N76 11685*# Agnew Tech-Tran. Inc. Woodland Hills, Calif
DETERMINATION OF SAFE EXPOSURE LEVELS ENERGY                                 EVALUATION OF THE ENERGY EXPENDED IN A LEARNING
CORRELATES OF OCULAR DAMAGE                                                  SITUATION (CONDITIONING BASED ON FOOD REIN-
R G Borland In AGARD Laser Hazards and Safety in the                         FORCEMENT) BY GOLDFISH (CARASSIUS AURATUS L)
Mil Environ Aug 1975 6p refs                                                 Michel Anthouard Washington NASA Nov 1975 10 p refs
                                                                             Transl into ENGLISH from Bull of the Soc Zoologique de France
     Three techniques were used to define practical but safe criteria        (Pans) v 97 no 2 1972 p 205-210
for use with laser systems These are inspection of the eye by                (Contract NASw-2789)
optical means (ophthalmoscopy), fluorescem angiography and                   (NASA-TT-F-16650) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06C
microscopy (light and electron) The detection of damage is a                      The behavior of fish is studied when placed in a learning
form of quantal response and the determination of the thres-                 situation It is demonstrated that fish work much more often by
hold level is normally based on the energy or power which will               pushing than by pulling moreover the latter procedure was
result in a given probability of damage being detected The energy            found to be less efficient Individual variations observed within
correlates of damage depend on wavelength pulse width or                     the group listed make it possible to envisage the possibility of
exposure time, repetition rate tissue type and pigmentation and              comparative analysis on the behavior of fish subjected to
ocular quality This complex relationship necessarily limits                  conditioning which may result in a characterological study The
experimental research to laser systems of special interest and               results obtained here constitute a basis for evaluating the effect
so the interpolation of data to formulate overall safe exposure              of environmental factors (social or non-social) on attainment
levels is necessary                                          Author                                                                     Author


N76-11315 Royal Air Force Inst of Aviation Medicine.
Farnborough (England)
OPTHALMOLOGICAL EXAMINATION OF LASER WORKERS                                 N76-11686*# Agnew Tech-Tran Inc Woodland Hills. Calif
AND INVESTIGATION OF LASER ACCIDENTS                                         FASTING AND RENOURISHMENT OF CARP (CYPRINUS
D H Brennan In AGARD Laser Hazards and Safety in the                         CARPIO L). 3
Mi! Environ Aug 1975 11 p ref                                                G Bouche J F Narbonne and A Serfaty Washington NASA
                                                                             Nov 1975 11 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from Arch Sci
     fhose aspects of ocular structure and function which are                Physiol (Pans) v 26 1972 p 101-109
relevant to laser induced damage in man were discussed including             (Contract NASw-2789)
the transmission and absorption characteristics of ocular tissues            (NASA-TT-F-16651) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06C
and the natural protective mechanisms of the eye A scheme                         The effect of artificial complete fasting of carp on variations
for the ocular surveillance of laser workers was presented with              of their content of polysomal and nbosomal RNA as well as of
an evaluation of the role of the field and other specialized                 soluble RNA was investigated This effect was ascertained by
examinations The procedure to be followed in the event of a                  separately weighing the specimens and their livers as well as
laser accident was discussed It is recommended that this involves            by chemical spectrophometric analysis A comparison was made
a biophysical assessment of the accident with particular reference           of the results obtained for carp which were subjected to artificial
to energy or power densities which may have been incident on                 fasting followed by renounshment with two separate diets, with
the cornea as well as a detailed ocular examination This may                 those of a control group Natural seasonal effects were simulated
include fluorescein angiography which has been found to be a                 during these experiments It was found that artificial complete
more sensitive technique for detection of damage than ophthal-               fasting of carp results in major losses in polysomal and nbosomal
 moscopy in monkeys                                         Author           RNA. while the losses in soluble RNA were less severe The
                                                                             hepatocytes of renounshed carp contained more nbosomal.
N76-11316 Army Environmental Hygiene Agency. Aberdeen                        polysomal and soluble RNA than normally nourished carp The
Proving Ground, Md Laser Microwave Div                                       mortality rate of renounshed carp depended on the type of diet
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N76-11687*# Kanner (Leo) Associates, Redwood City. Calif                   of the connector substances within the synaptic terminals of
LOCALIZATION OF 3H-GAMMA-AMINOBUTYRIC ACID IN                              axons of varying origin, and which are thought to be effective
THE COCHLEA          LIGHT AND ELECTRON MICROSCOPIC                        during the learning process, as opposed to the assumption of a
AUTORADIOGRAPHY                                                            chemical structure of these substances which would be dependent
W Richrath H Kraus and H G Fromme Washington NASA                          on a memory content requiring individual definition in each
Nov 1975 15 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from Arch                           case                                                     Author
Oto-rhmo-Laryng (West Ger) v 208, 1974 p 283-293
(Contract NASw-2790)                                                       N76-11691*# Martin Marietta Corp, Houston, Tex Aerospace
(NASA-TT-F-16661) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06R                             Group
     Autoradiograms of guinea pig cochleae and brains were                 INTEGRATED LIFE SCIENCES TECHNOLOGY UTILIZATION
examined microscopically after administration of 3H-GABA to                DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM Final Report, 1 Jun 1974 -
determine its distribution from the gram density A blood                   10 Oct 1975
penlymph barrier in addition to the blood brain barrier was                Oct 1975 34 p
suggested by a lack of activity in brain and cochlea after                 (Contract NAS9-14215)
intraartenal injection Cochlear perfusion produced considerable            (NASA-CR-144545) Avail NTIS HCS400 CSCL 06B
labeling in the spiral ganglion 3H-GABA activity was only                      The goal of the TU program was to maximize the development
indicated above gha cells but not above nerve cell bodies or               of operable hardware and systems which will be of substantial
axons Light microscopy showed selective labeling at efferent               benefit to the public Five working prototypes were developed
nerve fibers in Corti s organ, only labeling of efferent synapses          and a meal system for the elderly is now undergoing evaluation
was found electron microscopically Silver grains were pre-                 Manpower utilization is shown relative to the volume of
dominantly above vesicles and mitochondria Afferent synapses               requests in work for each month The ASTP mobile laboratories
were unlabeled It is concluded that the efferent system of Corti s         and post Skylab bedrest study are also described        Author
organ contains a high degree of GABA but contradicting previous
electrophysical results make it impossible to determine at this            N76-11692*| Harvard Univ , Cambridge. Mass
time that the substance is a transmitter                   Author          M-071 CRITICAL DATA ANALYSIS Final Technical Report.
                                                                           27 Jun 1973 - 31 Dec 1975,
N76-11688*# Agnew Tech-Tran. Inc. Woodland Hills, Calif                    D M Hegsted 31 Dec 1975 122 p refs
CHLORPROMAZINE. PIRACETAM. AND THE METABOLISM                              (Contract NAS9-13370)
OF BRAIN PHOSPHOLIPIDS IN THE RAT                                          (NASA-CR-145692) Avail NTIS HC $5 50 CSCL 06S
L Rochus and J J Reuse Washington NASA Nov 1975                                 A prototype balance study was conducted on earth prior to
6 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from Compt Rend Soc Biol                      the balance studies conducted in Skylab itself Collected were
(Masson) v 166, no 6-7, 1972 p 975                                         daily dietary intake data of 6 minerals and nitrogen and fecal
(Contract NASw-2789)                                                       and urinary outputs on each of three astronauts Essential
(NASA-TT-F-16652) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06C                             statistical issues show what quantities need to be estimated
      The effects of chlorpromazine piracetam and their possible           and establish the scope of inference associated with alternative
interaction on the incorporation of radioactively labeled phosphate        variance estimates The procedures for obtaining the final variability
in the total phosphohpids. as well as in various phosphohpidic             due both to errors of measurement and total error (total =
fractions of the cerebral cortex of the rat was investigated in            measurement and bioloaical variability) are exhibited        Author
vivo Three different types of experiments were carried out The
first group of rats was injected intrapentoneally with chlorproma-
zine only, the second group with piracetam only and the third              N76-11693# Advisory Group for Aerospace Research and
group with both The corresponding effects on the incorporation             Development Pans (France)                                 \
of P-32 in the phospholipids of the cerebral cortex are presented          RADIATION HAZARDS
quantitatively in tabular form The results show that chlorpromazine        Aug 1975 149 p refs Presented at a Lecture Series in The
decreases the incorporation of P-32 Moreover, while piracetam              Netherlands, 22-23 Sep 1975 Germany, 25-26 Sep 1975
by itself has little effect, when used in combination with                 and Norway 29-30 Sep 1975 Sponsored by the Aerospace
chlorpromazine it may significantly augment the depressive effect          Med Panel and the Consultant and Exchange Programme of
of the latter                                                Author        AGARD
                                                                           (AGARD-LS-78) Avail NTIS HC $6 00
N76-11689*# Agnew Tech-Tran, Inc Woodland Hills Calif                           There has been a remarkable development and increase in
INFLUENCE OF Zsub 1210 CELL GROWTH OF CELLS                                the number of processes and devices that utilize or emit
STERILIZED BY IONIZING RADIATIONS                                          non-ionizing radiation which includes ultra-violet, visible light,
E P Malaise, Z Detcheva-Nmova and M Tubiana Washington                     infrared, microwave radiofrequency ultrasound This series
NASA Nov 1975 6 p refs Transl into ENGLISH from                            provides a scientifically accurate, authoritative review and critical
Compt Rend Acad Bulgare Sci (Sofia) v 28 no 3 1975                         analysis of the available information and concepts to give a
p 427-429                                                                  basis for informed judgements and judicious application of these
(Contract NASw-2789)                                                       energies for maximal benefit and minimum risk or hazard to
(NASA-TT-F-16538) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06M                             man
     Experiments concerning the influence of sterilized cells on L
sub 1210 cell growth were performed Mice were injected either
subcutaneously or mtra-pentoneally with certain cells some were            N76-11694 Rochester Univ. NY          School of Medicine and
also previously exposed to radiation Tumor growth was monitored            Dentistry
as well as the survival periods of the mice after injection                PATHOPHYSIOLOGIC ASPECTS OF EXPOSURE TO
                                                            Author         MICROWAVE
                                                                           Sol M Michaelson In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975
N76-11690*# Agnew Tech-Tran. Inc. Woodland Hills Calif                     7 p refs
MOLECULAR MEMORY?                                                               Body temperature increase during exposure to microwaves
A Pfeiffer Washington NASA Nov 1975 9 p refs Transl                        is explored Awareness of microwave exposure is developed by
into ENGLISH from Studia Biophysica (Berlin) v 46 no 2                     several mechanisms, including cutaneous thermal sensation or
 1974 p 131-136                                                            pain Cataracts were produced in some experimental animals
(Contract NASw-2789)                                                       primarily rabbits when the eyes were directly exposed to rather
(NASA-TT-F-16654) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06P                             high power density of microwaves over periods ranging from
     An explanation for the partially contradictory results of             several minutes to hours Microwave effects on the tests was
chemical examination of certain conditioned reflexes in animals            studied along with chromosome changes hematopoiesis and
is given, which rests on the assumption of a chemical specificity          cardiovascular effects                                   JAM


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N76-11696 Washington Univ Seattle                Bioelectromagnetics         of human beings to ultrasonic energy Three mam areas that
Research Lab                                                                 are necessary to understand the possible hazards from ultrasound
BIOPHYSICS - ENERGY ABSORPTION AND DISTRIBU-                                 use are discussed (1) the actual physical exposures encountered
TION                                                                         by humans in various activities (2) the nature of the biophysical
Arthur W Guy In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975                             interactions of ultrasound with human tissues and (3) the evidence
14 p rets                                                                    for and against significant changes being produced in living
     The interpretation of the biological effects observed in tissues        systems by the action of ultrasound                         Author
exposed to EM fields requires a complete quantitative description
of the fields within the tissues These fields are complex functions          N76-11701 Washington Univ Seattle               Bioelectromagnetics
of the source configuration shape and size of the exposed                    Research Lab
subject and the frequency The average and maximum absorbed                   ENGINEERING           CONSIDERATIONS          AND       MEASURE-
power density may vary over many orders of magnitude for the                 MENTS
same applied field intensities Depending on conditions, power                Arthur W Guy In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975
absorption may be predominantly at the surface of the subject                36 p refs
or may be affecting only superficial tissues in the interior of the               Quantitation of the biological effects in subjects exposed to
subject affecting deep tissues                                 Author        electromagnetic fields requires that both the fields in the
                                                                             environment and within the exposed tissues be measured Fields
N76-11697 Air Force Systems Command Brooks AFB Tex                           in the environment can be measured by means of standard
Radiation Physics Branch                                                     off-the-shelf field survey meter sensors consisting of small dipoles
ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION EFFECTS ON THE EYE                                 with diode or thermocouple-type transducers for converting
                                                                             microwaves or RF energy to proportional electrical signals Fields
John C Mitchell In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975                          and associated absorbed power density in the tissues can be
6 p refs                                                                     measured by means of thermocouples thermistors, fiber optic
     The purpose is to analyze collectively the EMR research                 liquid crystal sensors and thermography The quantitation of fields
studies on ocular effects and provide an overview of the practical           associated with exposure of test subjects can be significantly
aspects of this problem today The principal conclusions from                 simplified by a judicious choice of exposure techniques      Author
this effort are (1) The acute thermal insult from high intensity
EMR fields is cataractogenic if intraocular temperatures reach               N76-11702 Air Force Systems Command Brooks AFB Tex
45-55 C (2) The EMR exposure threshold is about 100-                         School of Aerospace Medicine
 150 mW/sq cm applied for about 60-100 minutes (3) There                     ELECTROMAGNETIC I N T E R F E R E N C E OF CARDIAC
does not appear to be a cumulative effect from EMR exposures                 PACEMAKERS
unless each single exposure is sufficient to produce some                    John C Mitchell In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975
irreparable degree of injury to the eyes                   Author            10 p refs
                                                                                  The effect of electromagnetic radiation (EMR) on cardiac
N76-11698 Rochester Univ NY             Dept of Radiation Biology            pacemakers is a unique bioeffects problem Current test
and Biophysics                                                               procedures including methods to simulate pacemaker implant
ENDOCRINE AND CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM EFFECTS                                 conditions and the use of fiber optics instrumentation techniques
OF MICROWAVE EXPOSURE                                                        for cardiac simulation and pacemaker interference evaluation, are
Sol M Michaelson In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975                         presented Test results and their clinical significance are discussed
8 p refs                                                                     for different types of EMR emissions including microwave ovens,
     Functional alterations in the neuroendocnne system of both              electrical appliances gasoline engine ignition radar and intense
animals and humans exposed to microwaves were reported                       electromagnetic pulse generators Threshold values for pacemaker
Findings include changes in the secretions of the pituitary gland            electromagnetic interference (EMI) range from 10 V/m for the
adrenal cortex thyroid gland and the gonads In most cases,                   more sensitive devices to greater than 300 V/m for the less
the endocrine changes attributed to microwave exposure were                  susceptible devices Such EMI threshold values are further
not adequately documented Findings of a large number of studies              modified by the frequency and pulse width of the incident EMR
were used to overstate the conclusions or derive assumptions                 signal Maximum interference coupling appears to occur at
incompatible with the cybernetic model of the function of the                frequencies between 100 and 500 MHz and the EMI threshold
neuroendocnne system                                       Author            is inversely proportional to pulse width over the range from one
                                                                             microsecond to several milliseconds The ultimate biological effect
                                                                             is dependent on the characteristics of the EMR source the
N76-11699 Washington Univ Seattle   Bioelectromagnetics                      proximity of the pacemaker user to the source, the attenuation
Research Lab                                                                 afforded by body shielding and orientation, and the state-of-health
MICROWAVE INDUCED ACOUSTIC EFFECTS IN MAM-                                   of the pacemaker user The test results presented provide
MALIAN AUDITORY SYSTEMS                                                      considerable evidence that many manufacturers have recognized
Arthur W Guy and Chung-Kwang Chou In AGARD Radiation                         EMI as a potential bioeffects problem and have taken the necessary
Hazards Aug 1975 17 p refs                                                   corrective actions to build devices with good electromagnetic
                                                                             compatibility                                                 Author
    Pulsed microwave fields with incident energy densities of
20 to 40 micro Joule per sq cm per pulse will produce responses
in the auditory system of man and animals similar to those                   N76-11705*# Pennsylvania Univ Philadelphia Plant Centrifuge
produced by auditory stimuli Recent studies indicate that the                Lab
responses may be originated from high frequency vibrations                   ORCADIAN RHYTHM OF LEAF MOVEMENT IN CAPSICUM
induced in the head of the exposed subject by a transient thermal            ANNUUM OBSERVED DURING CENTRIFUGATION
expansion of tissue due to the rapid absorption of the pulsed                D K Chapman A H Brown and A 0 Dahl 7 Nov 1975
microwave energy                                           Author            24 p refs
                                                                             (Grants NGR-39-010-104       NGR-39-010-149.
N76-11700 Royal Marsden Hospital Sutton (England) Physics                    NGR-39-030-010)
Div                                                                          (NASA-CR-145614 CIRCAD-1) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL
BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS OF ULTRASOUND                                             06C
C R Hill In AGARD Radiation Hazards Aug 1975 4 p                                  Plant circadian rhythms of leaf movement in seedlings of
refs                                                                         the pepper plant (Capsicum annuum L, var Yolo Wonder) were
     Ultrasound comprises mechanical vibrations occurring in the             observed at different g-levels by means of a centrifuge Except
frequency range above 20 kHz and extending in practice to                    for the chronically imposed g-force all environmental conditions
above 10 Hz, correspondingly there is a very wide range of                   to which the plants were exposed were held constant The
practical applications each with different possibilities for exposure        circadian period rate of change of amplitude of successive



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oscillations symmetry of the cycles and phase of the rhythm                 was a noticeable difference in test results of persons who had
all were found not to be significantly correlated with the magnitude        been at high altitude for different time periods         Author
of the sustained g-force                                     Author
                                                                            N76-11711*# Kanner (Leo) Associates Redwood City Calif
                                                                            AN EVALUATION OF RESULTS OF ERGOMETRIC STUD-
N76-11706 RAND Corp. Santa Monica Calif
FUTURE SPACE EXPLORATION AN EQUAL OPPORTUNI-                                IES
                                                                            V P Pomerantsev V L Khomenko A G Ivashchuk and A I
TY EMPLOYER?
                                                                            Mikheyev Washington NASA Oct 1975 10 p refs Transl
Glenda G Callanen Aug 1975 10 p refs
                                                                            into ENGLISH from Kardiologiya (USSR) v 15 no 6 Jun 1975
(P-5492) Avail Issuing Activity
                                                                            p 57-61
     Although the traditional psychological impediments are
                                                                            (Contract NASw-2790)
diminishing, they have produced some scientific reasons why
                                                                            (NASA-TT-F-16641) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 16P
the U S has had no female astronauts Women's two major
                                                                                 An evaluation of some standardized and relative indices of
obstacles have been the lack of skills required for astronaut
                                                                            ergometry is presented heart rate and oxygen consumption as
selection and a lack of data on the female s tolerances for space           percentage of individual values indices of chromo-. motropic.
flight stresses The latter problem has been partially reduced by
                                                                            aerobic and coronary reserves The investigation is based on the
the 1973 tests conducted at the Ames Research Center in
                                                                            study of 113 normal individuals 363 hypertonic patients and
California Based on the test results of 12 Air Force nurses
                                                                             100 patients with ischaemic heart disease The use of the relative
which indicated that females apparently tolerate space flight
                                                                            values of the heart rate and oxygen consumption shows that
stresses as well as males NASA announced that women will
                                                                            the role of individual factors (sex age body weight) was neglible
not be excluded from the crews of the planned space shuttle
                                                                            The determination of the relative augmentation of these indices
flights                                                    Author
                                                                            as well as of the arterial pressure, permits making the state of
                                                                            functional reserves of the cardiopulmonary system more precise
N76-11708*# Transemantics Inc . Washington. DC                              and can be used for the diagnosis and evaluation of therapeutic
REDUCTION OF THE BACTERIAL CONTAMINATION BY                                 results                                                    Author
THE USE OF LAMINAR FLOW IN THE CONSTRUCTION
OF CARDIAC VALVES                                                           N76-11712*# McDonnell-Douglas Astronautics Co Huntmgton
A Juffe E J Perea, J L Castillo-Olivares and D Figuear                      Beach Calif     Biotechnology and Space Sciences Dept
Washington NASA Nov 1975 9 p refs Transl into ENGLISH                       EVALUATION OF EARLY RECOGNITION OF VIRAL
from Prensa Med Arg (Buenos Aires) v 62 no 5. May 1975                      INFECTIONS IN MAN Final Report
p 109-111                                                                   A A Kelton and M B Lawton Oct 1975 250 p refs
(Contract NASw-2792)                                                        (Contract NAS9-13740)
(NASA-TT-F-16643) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06M                              (NASA-CR-144559) Avail NTIS HC $8 00 CSCL 06E
    The effect of laminar flow on reducing microbial contamination               The potential of Lymphocyte Specific Gravity Distribution
during the construction of valves from fascia lata was studied              (LSGD) as a non-specific procedure for early diagnosis of viral
It was found that there was a significant reduction (P less than            disease in astronauts is considered Results of experiments and
0 005) in the bacterial count in the group of valves constructed            a literature search show that several virus diseases result in
under conditions of laminar flow as compared with the test                  distinctive changes in the specific gravity distribution of peripheral
group constructed in an adjacent operating room not using                   blood lymphocytes as a result of disease process and associated
conditions of laminar flow                                 Author           immune response A tentative model is proposed which relates
                                                                            the shape of LSGD to the identity of subpopulations of peripheral
N76-11709*# Scientific Translation Service Santa Barbara Calif              lymphocytes in a predmical viral disease situation               GG
VISION FROM A MOVING CAR (NO 1)
 H OHara Washington NASA Oct 1975 26 p Transl into
                                                                            N76-11713*# Missouri Univ Kansas City
ENGLISH from Nippon Ganka Gakkei Zasshi (Tokyo) v 54.
no 9 28 Sep 1950 p 320-332                                                  APPLICATION OF CABIN ATMOSPHERE MONITORS TO
(Contract NASw-2791)                                                        RAPID SCREENING OF BREATH SAMPLES FOR THE EARLY
                                                                            DETECTION OF DISEASE STATES Final Report. 1 Oct
(NASA-TT-F-16638) Avail NTIS HCS400 CSCL 05E
                                                                            1974 - 30 Sep 1975
     The effects of motion on human recognitive abilities were
                                                                            Jimmie L Valentine and Paul J Bryant 30 Sep 1975 26 p
studied by evaluating visual acuity while subjects were in moving
                                                                            refs
trains automobiles, or locomotives Measurements on the distance
                                                                            (Contract NAS9-14369)
of recognition while approaching a marker or while moving away
from it showed a decreasing positive value as the rate of speed             (NASA-CR-144548) Avail NTIS HC $4 00 CSCL 06B
                                                                                 Analysis of human breath is a nonmtrusive method to
increased                                                    QG
                                                                            monitor both endogenous and exogenous chemicals found in
N76-11710*# Kanner (Leo) Associates, Redwood City Calif                     the body Several technologies were investigated and developed
SOME HEMODYNAMIC INDICES AT HIGH ALTITUDE AT                                which are applicable to monitoring some organic molecules
REST AND AFTER INTENSE PHYSICAL EXERCISE                                    important in both physiological and pathological states Two
V G Mashkovskiy Washington NASA Oct 1975 13 p refs                          methods were developed for enriching the organic molecules
Transl into ENGLISH from Kardiologiya (Moscow) v 15 no 6,                   exhaled in the breath of humans One device is based on a
Jun 1975 p 61-67                                                            respiratory face mask fitted with a polyethylene foam wafer
(Contract NASw-2790)                                                        while the other device is a cryogenic trap utilizing an organic
(NASA-TT-F-16639) Avail NTIS HC $3 50 CSCL 06S                              solvent Using laboratory workers as controls two organic
     For 5 years. 364 normal males aged 19-25. were studied                 molecules which occurred in the enriched breath of all subjects
at the altitude of 3800-4200 m along with local inhabitants of              were tentatively identified as lactic acid and contisol Both of
the mountain region Hemodynamic shifts and arterial blood                   these substances occurred in breath in sufficient amounts that
oxygenation were studied with the base metabolism conditions                the conventional method of gas-liquid chromatography was
preserved both at rest and after intensive physical exercises               adequate for detection and quantification To detect and
The exercises were performed according to the step-test method              quantitate trace amounts of chemicals m breath, another type
(cardiological motion test, WHO 1967) The maximum physical                  of technology was developed in which analysis was conducted
workload caused a distinct intensification of the circulatory                using high pressure liquid chromatography and mass spectrom-
reactions, especially in those living for considerable periods of           etry                                                     Author
time at high altitude Most of these subjects showed no ill
effects from the exercise Hence they must have a considerable               N76-11714*# Lecler (Michel) Inc. Harvey. La
reserve of functional capacities of their cardiovascular system             REPORT ON COMPUTATION OF REPETITIVE HYPERBAR-
and be capable of hard muscle work at high altitudes There                  IC HYPOBARIC DECOMPRESSION TABLES



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Peter 0 Edel 15 May 1975 34 p refs                                          Hyperbanc oxygen rapidly inhibits the oxidative metabolism of
(Contract NAS9-14352)                                                       the mammalian liver Mouse liver homogenate exposed to a
(NASA-CR-144560) Avail NTIS HCS400 CSCL 06S                                 PO2 of 3837 8 mm Hg for 30 minutes showed a 50 6% reduction
     The tables were constructed specifically for NASA s simulated          in oxygen consumption compared to controls exposed to nitrogen
weightlessness training program, they provide for 8 depth ranges            at ambient pressure The effect of reduced glutathione (GSH)
covering depths from 7 to 47 FSW with exposure times of 15                  as a protective agent against hype Dane oxygen toxicity was
to 360 minutes These tables were based up on an 8 compartment               also examined    Liver homogenates pretreated with GSH and
model using tissue half-time values of 5 to 360 minutes and                 exposed to high oxygen tensions demonstrated greater activity
Workmanlme M-values for control of the decompression obligation             than untreated controls It is concluded that (1) GSH protects
resulting from hyperbanc exposures Supersaturation ratios of                important enzymes of oxidative metabolism by keeping them in
1 55 1 to 2 1 were used for control of ascents to altitude following        a reduced and viable state and (2) GSH can stimulate oxygen
such repetitive dives Adequacy of the method and the resultant              consumption by increasing succmate formation through a
tables were determined in light of past experience with decompres-          GSH-succmate shunt                                        GRA
sion involving hyperbanc-hypobaric interfaces in human exposures
Using these criteria the method showed conformity with                      N76-11718#        Human Engineering Labs Aberdeen Proving
empirically determined values In areas where a discrepancy                  Ground Md
existed the tables would err in the direction of safety      Author         A SIMULATION OF THE HUMAN SHOULDER                         Final
                                                                            Technical Memo
                                                                            Richard R Kramer May 1975 56 p refs
N76 11715#           Aerospace Medical Research Labs. Wright-               (AD-A012174 HEL-TM-15-75) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/5
Patterson AFB Ohio                                                               A method is presented for estimating the recoil force at the
A REVIEW OF THE TOXICOLOGY OF HALOGENATED FIRE                              interface between the firer s shoulder and his weapon The
EXTINGUISHING AGENTS Final Report                                           method involves simultaneous second order differential equations
E W VonStee Nov 1974 89 p refs                                              whose coefficients have been determined by empirical fits An
(AF Proj 6302)                                                              example-is given which shows how the initial pitch-up and the
(AD-A011538 AMRL-TR-74-143) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/20                           recoil forces of a rocket launcher can be estimated         GRA
      Brornotrifluoromethane (Halon 1301). bromochlorodifluoro-
methane (Halon 1211) and chlorobromomethane (Halon 1011)
were evaluated for toxicity and toxic hazards            The most           N76-11719$         New Mexico Univ. Albuquerque         Oept of
important toxicological effects of these compounds are on the               Anatomy
central nervous and cardiovascular systems The neurological                 STUDIES OF ORIENTATIONAL AND POSTURAL MECHA-
effects are manifested as alterations of perception and a reduction         NISMS IN A MODEL NEURAL SYSTEM Final Report. 1 Feb
in reaction time and the ability to concentrate on complex                  1973 - 1 Feb 1975
intellectual tasks The cardiovascular effects are manifested as             Leo S Demski and Diana H Bauer Feb 1975 53 p refs
changes in cardiovascular dynamics and the electrical activity of           (Grant AF-AFOSR-2491-73, AF Proj 9777)
the heart      Clinically important central nervous system effects          (AO-A012027 AFOSR-75-0829TR) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/16
generally appear at lower levels of exposure than clinically                     Utilizing eye movements as a measure of vestibular activity
important cardiovascular effects Behavioral changes and                     regions of the brain involved in their control and in possible
performance decrements during exposure would undoubtedly have               mediation of postural and onentational responses have been
some effect on the interaction of the subject with his environment          studied through electrical stimulation of the brain in anesthe-
and such consequences of exposure could be life-threatening                 tized animals A mapping of the brain has been accomplished
                                                               GRA          Experiments performed on chronically implanted animals indicate
                                                                            that stimulation of the brain in areas associated with eye
N76-11716# Texas Univ Austin                Bio-Medical Engineering         movements in the anesthetized subject in most cases produces
Research Lab                                                                a postural change which could be predicted from the eye
SLEEP WAKEFULNESS DETERMINATIONS FROM HEART                                 movements of the manually positioned animal Therefore the
RATE DATA Interim Report, 1 May 1974 - 30 Apr 1975                          areas of the brain related to movements identified in the earlier
Mike Lisenby R C Richardson, and A J Welch 15 Jun 1975                      studies are probably also involved in more complex postural
 185 p refs                                                                 and onentational responses                                 GRA
(Contract DAMD17-74-C-4081)
(AD-A012275 TR-173) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/16                                   N76-11720# Massachusetts Inst of Tech Cambridge Artificial
       In recent years a number of projects related to the automated        Intelligence Lab
classification of levels of alertness have been conducted in the            ON THE PURPOSE OF LOW-LEVEL VISION
Bio-Medical Engineering Program All of these projects were                  David Marr Dec 1974 31 p refs
designed with a common goal in mind the development of a                    (Contract N00014-70-A-0362-0005)
process by which rapid inexpensive determinations of levels of              (AD-A012392 AI-M-324) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/4
alertness could be performed accurately using an easily derived                  The article advances the thesis that the purpose of low-level
physiologic parameter such as beat-by-beat heart late             By        vision is to encode symbolically all of the useful information
combining procedures and results of these previous studies a                contained in an intensity array using a vocabulary of very low-level
conglomerate algorithm can be developed which has all the                   symbols Subsequent processes should have access only to this
necessary capabilities One of the primary goals was achieved                symbolic description The reason is one of computational
the reduction of cost, volume and complexity in automated                   expediency It allows the low-level processes to run almost
classification of levels of alertness It was felt that improvements         autonomously, and it greatly simplifies the application of criteria
can be made which will provide substantial progress toward                  to an image whose representation in terms of conditions on
fulfilling the remainder of the goals                           GRA         the initial intensities, or on simple measurements made from
                                                                            them is very cumbersome                                        GRA

N76-11717# Army Aeromedical Research Lab. Fort Rucker.                      N76-11721# Environmental Health Lab McClellan AFB. Calif
Ala                                                                         HEALTH HAZARD POTENTIAL OF HYPOL (TRADEMARK)
EFFECTS OF OXYGEN AND REDUCED GLUTATHIONE ON                                POLYURETHANE PREPOLYMERS Final Report
THE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION OF MOUSE LIVER Final                                 Marlin L Sweigart and Philip Diamond May 1975 52 p refs
Report                                                                      (AD-A011997 EHL-M-75M-9) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/10
Dennis A Baeyens and Mary J Meier May 1975 16 p refs                            This report presents the results of an evaluation of the potential
(AD-A012172. USAARL-75-20) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/19                            hazards associated with the use of various formulations of
    The effects of hyperbanc oxygen tensions on the oxygen                  foamable hydrophihc polyisocyanates containing one to two weight
consumption of mouse liver homogenates was investigated                     percent free toluene dnsocyanate (TDI) in Air Force Pacer Foam



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operations TDI concentrations and generation rates are presented            that in the standard system The work is applicable to restraints
as well as recommended controls for the use of these prepolymers            in both aircraft and motor vehicles                     Author
in foaming operations Permissible dosage and analysis procedures
are also discussed                                          GRA             N76-11726*# Fairchild Republic Co. Farmmgdale. NY
                                                                            SPACE SHUTTLE GALLEY WATER SYSTEM TEST PRO-
                                                                            GRAM Final Report
N76-11722*# Massachusetts Inst of Tech Cambridge                            Oct 1975 26 p
Man-Vehicle Lab                                                             (Contract NAS9-14719)
THE ANALYSIS OF THE PILOT'S COGNITIVE AND                                   (NASA-CR-144531. RD008V3201) Avail NTIS HCS400 CSCL
DECISION PROCESSES Progress Report. 1 Mar - 31 Aug                          06K
1975                                                                            A water system for food rehydration was tested to determine
 R E Curry 31 Aug 1975 85 p refs                                            the requirements for a space shuttle gallery flight system A
(Grant NGR-22-009-733)                                                      new food package concept had been previously developed in
(NASA-CR-145739) Avail NTIS HCS500 CSCL 05E                                 which water was introduced into the sealed package by means
     Articles are presented on pilot performance in zero-visibility         of a needle and septum The needle configuration was developed
precision approach, failure detection by pilots during automatic            and the flow characteristics measured The interface between
landing experiments in pilot decision-making during simulated               the food package and the water system oven and food tray
low visibility approaches a multinomial maximum likelihood                  was determined                                           Author
program and a random search algorithm for laboratory computers
Other topics discussed include detection of system failures in              N76-11727*jjf National Aeronautics and Space Administration
multi-axis tasks and changes in pilot workload during an instrument         Lyndon B Johnson Space Center Houston Tex
landing                                                       MJ S          SKYLAB EXPERIMENT M487 H A BITABILITY/CREW
                                                                            QUARTERS
N76-11723# Army Personnel Research Committee London                         Caldwell C Johnson Oct 1975 61 p refs
(England)                                                                   (NASA-TM-X-58163 JSC-09677) Avail NTIS HC $4 50 CSCL
THE EFFECT OF A FILTERED CONTROL ON OPERATORS'                              06 K
HAND TREMOR                                                                      Results of Skylab experiment M487 (habitabihty/crew
M Waygood Apr 1974 15 p refs                                                quarters), which was designed to evaluate the habitability features
(APRC-72/cs-7 BR47799) Avail NTIS HC $3 50                                  of Skylab, were presented Geneial observations and conclusions
     The twelve operators compensated for errors they produced              drawn from the data obtained are presented in detail The
while holding a spot central in a stationary square target Filtering        objectives of the experiment the manner in which data was
their control movements obtained from strain gauges increased               acquired, and the instruments used to support the experiments
their proficiency compared with a condition in which the control            are described Illustrations and photographs of the living and
movements were presented at a gain of 189 It is argued that                 work areas of Skylab and some of the habitability features are
filtering of the operator's control demands may improve his                 provided Samples of the subjective evaluation questionnaires
performance when the target is stationary             Author (ESA)          used by the crewmen are included Habitabihty-related documents
                                                                            crewmen biographies, functional characteristics and photographs
N76-11724# Michigan Univ Ann Arbor Human Performance                        of the instruments used and details of Skylab compartment sizes
Center                                                                      and color schemes are included as appendixes                 Author
THE EFFECT OF TIME SHARING ON THE PERFORMANCE
OF INFORMATION PROCESSING TASKS                   A FEEDBACK
CONTROL ANALYSIS                                                            N76-11728$ Dow Chemical Co Golden Colo                 Radiation
Christopher Dow Wickens Aug 1974 167<p refs                                 Monitoring Group
(Contract F44620-72-C-0019)                                                 QUANTITATIVE RESPIRATOR MAN-TESTING AND AN-
(AD-A012023 TR-51 Rept-010588-21-T                                          THROPOMETRIC SURVEY
AFOSR-75-0906TR) Avail NTIS CSCL 05/10                                      J D Leigh 22 May 1975 12 p ref
     The limited nature of man s attentional processes is a                 (Contract AT(29-1)-1106)
fundamental principle that underlies any general theory of human            (RFP-2358. TID-4500-R62) Avail NTIS HCS400
performance or human information processing             However                 A recent anthropometric survey and test procedures are
psychologists have been unable to settle upon a precise definition          reported for the respiratory protection program to safeguard the
of the term attention One approach that can be taken toward                 health of personnel Respiratory protection procedures involve
clarifying ambiguity in the meaning of attention is to study                the selection of face masks worn by plant personnel The fitting
man s behavior in a time sharing paradigm, one in which attention           handling, and use of face masks through explicit instructions
must be shared between the performance of two or more tasks                 can assure optimum protection Comparisons ate made with the
The purpose of the current research was to examine these                    test panel selection parameters established by the Los Alamos
time-sharing effects in a manual tracking paradigm employing                Scientific Laboratory in Los Alamos. New Mexico and recom-
the fine-grained analysis provided by the techniques of feedback            mendations by Webb Associates of Yellow Springs, Ohio
control theory                                               GRA                                                               Author (NSA)

N76-11725# Aeronautical Research Labs . Melbourne (Australia)
DYNAMIC TESTS OF A YIELDING SEAT AND SEAT BELT                              N76-11729# Royal Aircraft Establishment, Farnborough
SYSTEM FOR CRASH PROTECTION                                                 (England)
S R Sarrailhe and N D Hearn Mar 1975 43 p refs                              THE EFFECT OF A TRACKING TASK ON SPEECH INTEL-
(ARL/Struc-358) Avail NTIS HCS400                                           LIGIBILITY IN NOISE Ph D Thesis - Southampton Univ..
     Dynamic tests were carried out on standard and yielding                Engl . 1974
seat belt restraint systems to evaluate and compare their                   Mary E Johnston Mar 1975 48 p refs
performance The seat belts were of the lap sash type with the               (RAE-TR-75014. BR64915) Avail NTIS HCS400
lap straps attached to the seat The yielding system had energy                   An investigation is described which was carried out to study
absorbers in the sash strap and seat anchorage Test sled                    the effect of noise and performance of a tracking task on speech
accelerations ranged from 120 to 240 m/sec/sec with the                     intelligibility The results indicate that for some subjects there is
standard belt and to 300 m/sec/sec with the yielding system                 a significant detrimental effect of tracking on speech intelligibility,
Peak restraint loads increased progressively with increase in               and that this effect may be offset by improving the signal/noise
acceleration in the case of the standard system but the yielding            ratios of communication These results suggest that it is inaccurate
system allowed an increase in the acceleration of approximately             to use data based on classical single-stress intelligibility tests in
85% without an increase in peak load At a sled acceleration of              the design and assessment of communication systems to be
240 m/sec/sec the load in the yielding system was 70% of                    used in multi-activity real life situations           Author (ESA)


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N76-11730# General Electric Co Lynn Mass           Direct Energy
Conversion Programs
RESEARCH ON REVERSE OSMOSIS MEMBRANES FOR
PURIFICATION OF WASH WATER AT STERILIZATION
TEMPERATURE (165 DEGREES F) Research Report. Mar
1971 - Sep 1974
M E Nolan and A B LaConti Jun 1975 58 p refs
(Contract Dl-14-30-2752)
(PB-242521/3 W75-08575 lnt-OSW-RDPR-75-1003 RR-2)
Avail NTIS HC $4 50 CSCL 07A
    The goal was to develop viable reverse osmosis (RO) modules
and systems of tubular design of approximately 80 gpd capacity
to recover wash water at sterilization temperatures An 80 gpd
RO system was fabricated for recovering wash water at sterilization
temperatures The performance characteristics of ancillary
components including participate filters gauges meters ROpump
accumulator carbon polishing column were verified by integrat-
ing the components into a suitable subsystem containing the
RO module and life testing with wash water The twenty tube
module was used to define the total system and identify/
correct some of the life limiting problems and was tested under
simulated mission conditions with wash water                  GRA

N76-11731# Navy Clothing and Textile Research Unit. Natick
Mass
VISOR SYSTEM MATERIALS FOR ALUMINIZED FIREMEN'S
HOODS       REPORT NO 1            PROBLEM IDENTIFICATION
Norman F Audet May 1975 28 p refs
(AD-A011420. TR-111) Avail NTIS CSCL 06/7
     The study determined the durability of the gold-coated
facepiece component of the crash-crew firefighters' visor system
because field observations indicated that the gold coating wore
off readily   The study examined methods employed by fire
station personnel in caring for the facepiece and in replacing it
and the effect of various contaminants and abrasive materials
on the quality of the gold coating and its subsequent heat
resistance                                                   GRA

N76 11732# Synsis. Inc Los Angeles. Calif
PROTOTYPE COLD WEATHER HEADWEAR                    Final Report.
Oct 1973 - Oct 1974
David Mangelsdorf Marvin Goldberg, and Heidi Santschi Oct
1974 73 p refs
(Contract DAAK03-74-C-0030 DA Pro) 1T7-62713-DJ-40)
(AD-A012314 USA-NLABS-TR-75-42-CE, CE/MEL-137) Avail
NTIS CSCL 06/17
    Prototypes of an improved cold weather headgear ensemble
have been developed which should provide protection from cold,
wind blowing snow and frostbite in environments to -65F and
35 miles per hour wind velocities The ensemble provides
physical compatibility with military clothing and equipment and
does not occlude the field of vision The design covers the face,
head and neck and is provided with features that permit achieving
varying degrees of protection in response to varying severity of
the environmental threat The ensemble and its elements are
composed largely of a helenca/urethane foam/cotton jersey
laminate which provides excellent insulating properties, sound
transparency, and permeability                               GRA


N76-11924 Joint Publications Research Service. Arlington, Va
BIOMEDICAL RESEARCH
In its Space Res Conducted in the USSR in 1974 COSPAR
Rept. 18th Plenary Session (JPRS-65778) 29 Sep 1975
p 81-93 Transl into ENGLISH from the book Kosmicheskie
Issledovamya. Vypolnennye v SSSR v 1974 Godu Doklad
KOSPAR Vosemnadtsatyy Plenum Moscow, Izdatelstvo Nauka
23 Apr 1975 13 p
     Physiological reactions experienced by cosmonauts aboard
the Salyut 3 space station and the Soyuz 14. 15 and 16
flights are discussed Biological experiments conducted aboard
Soyuz 16 and various Cosmos flights are also described D M L




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AEROSPACE M E D I C I N E AND BIOLOGY / A Continuing Bibliography (Suppl 151)                                                     FEBRUARY 1976


                 Typical Subject Index Listing

                                                                TITLE
                    I SUBJECT HEADING        J               EXTENSION

                                                                                              ADBBHBBGICS
                   J
IIFECTIOOS DISEASES-                                                                             Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
  r-Evaluation of early recognition of vnal                                                        arrhythnas. II - Cardiac electrophysiologic
      infections in man     using specific gravity of-                                             effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
      lymphocytes                                                                                  and blockage. Fart B
       [BASA-CB-111559]                                              i76-    1712                                                          A76-11150
                                                                                              AEBOSPACB HBDICIHE
           1              REP OUT
                                                                                                 Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
                                                                                                   in aviation medicine
                                                                                                                                           A76-11720
         TITLE            HUM BER                                                                Some particulars on the training of aviation
                                                                                                   physicians
                                                                                                                                           A76-11917
                                                                                                 Benodynamic indicators in air personnel of varying
The title is used to provide a description of the subject matter When the title is
                                                                                                   ages
insufficiently descriptive of the document content a title extension is added
                                                                                                                                           A76-11920
separated from the title by three hyphens The NASA or AIAA accession number
                                                                                                 X-ray investigation in aviation and space medicine
is included in each entry to assist the user in locating the abstract in the abstract
                                                                                                   [HASA-TT-F-801]                         876-10705
section of this supplement If applicable a report number is also included as an
                                                                                                 Biomedical research
aid in identifying the document                                                                                                            H76-11921
                                                                                              AGE FACTOB
                                                                                                 Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise
                                                                                                   - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening
                                                                                                   for cardiovascular disease
ABI06EHBSIS                                                                                                                                A76-11119
   The dependence of the content and concentration of                                            Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
     products of enzyBatic oxidation on the size of                                                in aviation medicine
     coacervate droplets     atiiogenesis                                                                                                  A76-11720
                                             A76-10809                                           Hemodynamic indicators in air personnel of varying
ACCELBBATIOH STBESSBS (PHISIOIOGI)                                                                 ages
   Heart pathology associated with exposure to high                                                                                        A76-11920
     sustained +Gz                                                                               Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
                                             A76-11706                                             physical activity on the age-related changes in
   Bays of further perfecting methods of vestibular                                                the mechanical properties of arterial walls
     selection      cumulative effects of Coriolis and                                                                                     A76-12562
     centripetal accelerations                                                                   Differences between the deformation and strength
                                             A76-11918                                             characteristics of large blood vessels depending
   Change in absorption and secretion functions of                                                 on their localization, load direction and age of
     small intestine under the influence of rocking                                                the human subject
                                             A76-12303                                                                                     A76-12563
   X-ray investigation in aviation and space medicine                                            Morphological and functional aspects of studying
     [NASA-TT-F-801]                          N76-10705                                            some nechanical properties of the human aorta
ACCIDEHT IHVESTIGAIIOB                                                                                                                     A76-12561
   Opthalmological examination of laser workers and                                           AIBCBAPT ACCIDEHT IHVESTIGATIOH
     investigation of laser accidents                                                            Medical and psychiatric aspects of accident
                                             N76-11315                                             investigation      aviation pathology
ACODSTIC PBOPEBIIES                                                                                                                        A76-11707
   Low-frequency acoustic characteristics of                                                     Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents
     biological tissues                                                                                                                    A76-11709
                                             A76-12561                                           Cervicocraniam and the aviator's protective helmet
ACTIVATIOH (BIOLOGI)                                                                                    hangman-noose-type fractures
   Effect of a sequence of activating pulses on the                                                                                        A76-11710
     contractile properties of nuscle                                                            Error and artefact in post mortem toxicological
                                             A76-12556                                             analysis      aviation autopsy material
ACTIVITY (BIOLOGI)                                                                                 contamination
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kientics                                                                                      A76-11715
     during hyperthermia in the physiological range                                              Impaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol
     [AD-A011182]                            1176-10715                                            aircraft accident nedical investigation
ADAPTIVE COSTBOL                                                                                                                           A76-11716
   Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a                                                  Application of radioimmunoassay techniques in
     man-machine system                                                                            support of tozicologic investigations of
                                             A76-11061                                             aircraft accidents
ADBBHAL HETAB01ISH                                                                                                                         A76-11719
   Increased rate of response of the                                                          4IBCBAPT ACCIDEBTS
     pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to                                                 Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents
     chronic stress                                                                                                                        A76-11713
                                             A76-11138                                           Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft
   Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of man to                                                accidents. United Kingdom - 1961-1973
     high altitude stress                                                                                                                  A76-11711
                                             A76-12175                                           Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents
                                                                                                    (examination of 25 cases)
                                                                                                   [BAE-LIB-TBANS-1818]                    B76-10703




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AIBCBAFT I1STBUBBITS                                                                 SOEJECT IHDEI


AIBCBAPT tISTRDBBlTS                                                 AHTHROPOBBTBI
    Hanan force capabilities foe operating aircraft                     Quantitative respirator man-testing and
      controls at 1, 3, and 5 GZ                                           anthropometric survey
      [AD-A011515]                         H76-10739                       [BPP-2358]                              H76-11728
AIBCBAPT B1IBOVEES                                                   AHTIBIST4BIHICS
   Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying          low                   Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents
     altitude helicopter flight                                                                                   476-11713
                                                  476-11712          AOBTA
   Training transfer of a fomation flight trainer                       Morphological and functional aspects of studying
             to aircraft formation flying                                  some mechanical properties of the human aorta
                                                  476-12165                                                       476-12561
AIBCBAPT PILOTS                                                      ABB (AHATOBI)
   Aviation cardiology in Canada                                        The effects of personal protective equipment upon
                                                  A76-11168                the arm reach capability of DS4F pilots
   Operational aspects of pilot incapacitation in a                        [4D-4011580]                            H76-10738
     mnlticrev airliner                                              4BEBYTHBIA
                                                  A76-11169             Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
   Identification of ischemic heart disease           pilot                arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic
     fitness qualification                                                 effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
                                                  476-11171                and blockage. Fart B
   Recommendations for subjects with ischemic heart                                                               A76-11150
     disease          pilot standards                                ABTBBIBS
                                                  476-11172             Interaction between pressor and depressor
   Hypertension          pilot fitness                                     mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial
                                                  476-11173                pressure
   Valvular heart disease          pilot gualification                                                            A76-12217
                                                  476-11171          ABTEBIOSCLBBOSIS
AIBSPEBD                                                                Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular
   Helmets and head protection in CF ejections                             stenoses
     1967-1973          helmet loss versus air speed and Q                                                        A76-11871
     force                                                              Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
                                                  476-11711                physical activity on the age-related changes in
ALTITUDE iCCLIHATIZATIOH                                                   the mechanical properties of arterial walls
   DN4 synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                                                                   476-12562
     during adaptation to high-altitude conditions                   ARTIFICIAL BBABT VALVBS
                                                  476-10808             Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system
   The condition of the vascular net and the                                                                      476-12565
     hemoencephalic barrier in the brain cortex of                      Reduction of the bacterial contamination by the
     rats in the course of training for hypoxia                            use of laminar flow in the construction of
                                                  A76-12216                cardiac valves
   Variations in psychomotor efficiency during                             [N4SA-TT-F-16613]                      1176-11708
     prolonged stay at high altitude                                 ASTBOHAOT FBBFOBBAHCB
                                                  476-12211             Human aspects of observation outside the space cabin
   Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of man to                            in-flight astronaut visual operative capacity
     high altitude stress                                                                                         476-12181
                                                  476-12175          ASTBOBADTS
ALTITUDE SIHOLATIOH                                                     Skylab experiment B187 habitability/crew guarters
   Body composition of mice following exposure to                         [N4S4-TB-X-58163]                       H76-11727
     1300 and 6100 meters                                            ATHLETES
                                                  476-11701             Change in the functional state of the central
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                                nervous system and the motor apparatus of
                                                  476-12098                athletes under different conditions of activity
ALTITUDE TESTS                                                             and rest
   Effects of hypoxia on peripheral visual response                                                               476-12301
     to din stimuli                                                  ATTBHTIOH
                                                  476-12525             Effects of shifts in the rate of repetitive
ABIHO ACIDS                                                                stimulation on sustained attention
   Localization of 3H-gamma-aminobutyric acid in the                                                              476-12115
     cochlea. Light and electron microscopic                            The effect of time sharing on the performance of
     autoradiography                                                       information processing tasks: A feedback
     CN4S4-TT-F-16661 ]                           1176-11687               control analysis
ANALOG TO DIGITAL CCBVEBTEBS                                               [AD-A012023]                           N76-11721
   The capability of fluoroscopic systems to                         ATTITUDE COHTBOL
     determine differential Roentgen-ray absorption                     The transition of experienced pilots to a
                                                  476-11175                freguency-separated aircraft attitude display:
AHBBIAS                                                                    4 flight experiment
   Effects of monomethylhydrazine on red blood cell                        [4D-4001808]                           B76-10730
     metabolism                                                      AODIOBBTBI
     [AD-A011518]                                 N76-10717             Aviation audiometric lists
AHBSTBETICS                                                                                                       A76-11919
   On the role of the hypothalamus in the mechanism                  AUDITOBI EEBCBPTIOH
     of positional nystagmus                                            Aviation audiometric lists
                                                  476-12213                                                       476-11919
ABGOLAB ACCELBBATIOI                                                    Apparatus for the combined study of the functions
   Visual reaction times during prolonged angular                          of the auditory and visual analyzers
     acceleration parallel the subjective perception                                                              476-11921
     of rotation                                                        Intemodal transfer in temporal discrimination
                                                  476-10720               of visual and acoustic stimuli duration
   Circadian r h y t h m of leaf movement in Capsicum                                                             476-12117
     a n n u u m observed during centrifugation                      AUDITOBY STIBULI
     [S4S4-CE-115611]                             N76-11705             Backward recognition masking      human
AHIHALS                                                                    psychoacoustics
   Molecular memory?                                                                                              476-12337
     [N4S4-TT-P-16651]                          B76-11690               Ernst Bach on the vestibular organ 100 years ago
ANISOTBOPIC BBDIA                                                                                                 A76-12130
   The amsotropy of compact bone material subject to
     impact loads
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                     SUBJECT IHDBX



iOfOHOBIC HEBVOOS SIS1EH                                           Low-frequency acoustic characteristics of
   Interaction between pressor and depressor                         biological tissues
     mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial                                                           476-12561
     pressure                                                      Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
                                             476-12217               physical activity on the age-related changes in
AUTOPSIES                                                            the mechanical properties of arterial walls
   Error and artefact in post mortem toxicological                                                           A76-12562
     analysis      aviation autopsy material                    BIOELECTRIC POTENTIAL
     contamination                                                 Computer-aided analysis of the probability
                                             A76-11715               characteristics of the brain biopotentials in
   Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology                 healthy man
     ID aviation medicine                                                                                    A76-11376
                                             A76-11720             Changes in the oxygen tension and bioelectrical
AUTOBADIOGBAPHI                                                      activity of the animal brain in acute hypoxy
   Localization of 3H-gamna-aminobutync acid in the                                                          476-12211
    cochlea. Light and electron microscopic                     BIOBHGIHEEBIBG
     autoradiography                                               411-Union Conference on Engineering and Hedical
        [NASA-TT-F-16661 ]                   N76-11687               Biomechanics, 1st, Riga, Latvian SSR, October
ilOHS                                                                1975, Reports
   Molecular memory?                                                                                         476-12551
        [HASA-TT-F-16650 ]                   N76-11690             Theoretical study of some features of the dynamics
                                                                     of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a
                                                                     one-dimensional viscoelastic medium
                             B                                                                               476-12557
BACKGBODSD BOISE                                                   Determination of the elastic and damping
   The effect of a tracking task on speech                           properties of the human femoral bone during
     intelligibility in noise                                        bending
     [BAB-TH-75011]                          1176-11729                                                      476-12558
BACTBBIA                                                           The anisotropy of compact bone material subject to
   Seduction of the bacterial contamination by the                   impact loads
     use of laninar f l o w in the construction of                                                           476-12559
     cardiac valves                                               Low-frequency acoustic characteristics of
     [NASA-TT-F-16643]                       H76-11708              biological tissues
BBHDIBG KOBBMTS                                                                                                476-12561
   Determination of the elastic and damping                        Differences between the deformation and strength
     properties of the human femoral bone during                     characteristics of large blood vessels depending
    bending                                                          on their localization, load direction and age of
                                             A76-12558               the human subject
BIBLIOGB1PHIBS                                                                                               476-12563
   A bibliography of published information on                      Horphological and functional aspects of studying
     combustion toxicology                                           soae mechanical properties of the human aorta
                                            476-10825                                                        A76-1256II
BIOASSAI                                                        BIOISSTBOBEHTiTIOH
   Application of radioimmunoassay techniques in                   Frequency analyzer for BEG signals
     support of toxicologic investigations of                                                                476-11200
     aircraft accidents                                            Apparatus for the combined study of the functions
                                            A76-11719                of the auditory and visual analyzers
   Plankton analysis training manual                                                                         A76-11921
     [PB-212008/1]                          H76-10700              Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
BIOASTBOHAUTICS                                                      man Description and critique of the method using
   Radiation safety in space flights: Badiobiological                xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
     aspects     Russian book                                                                                A76-12163
                                           476-10303               Multichannel rheograph with linear conversion
   Biomedical research                                               characteristic and demodulation of pulsed blood
                                             M76-1192U               filling at minimum probe current
BIOCBBBISTBY                                                                                                 A76-12305
   Starvation and refeeding of carp (Cyprinus Carpio L)         BIOLOGICAL EFFECTS
     [NAS4-TT-F-1661I9]                     N76-10696              Experimental models for the evaluation of
BIOCOBTBOL SYSTEBS                                                   microwave biological effects
   Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the                                                         A76-1181"
     unanesthetized dog and baboon                                 Pathophysiologic aspects of exposure to microwave
                                            476-10098                                                        N76-116914
   Responses to load disturbances in human shoulder                Biophysics - energy absoxption and distribution
     muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a                                                        S76-11696
     pulse test information signal                                 Biological effects of ultrasound     on human beings
                                             476-101480                                                      N76-11700
   Frequency analyzer for BEG signals                              Engineering considerations and measurements
                                             476-11200               electromagnetic field measurement in environment
BIODTHAHICS                                                          and tissues after radiation exposure
   All-Onion Conference on Engineering and Hedical                                                           H76-11701
     Biomechanics, 1st, Biga, Latvian SSB, October              BIOHBDICAL DAT4
     1975, Reports                                                 Bionedical cost of low-level flight in a hot
                                             476-12551               environment
   Hathematical description of the properties of                                                             476-11703
     muscle tissue                                                 Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten mimic:
                                             476-12552               Clinical and open-chest myocacdial biopsy studies
   Hodel of vascular tonus     blood vessel mechanics                                                        476-11705
                                            476-12553              Hedical and psychiatric aspects of accident
   Governing Ian of statistical biomechanics                         investigation     aviation pathology
                                             A76-1255U                                                       476-11707
   The deformation properties of contractile polymer            BIOHBTRICS
     structures Artificial muscles                                 Governing law of statistical biomechanics
                                             476-12555                                                       A76-1255H
   Effect of a sequence of activating pulses on the             BIOHICS
     contractile properties of muscle                              Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system
                                             476-12556                                                       476-12565
   Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
     huaad hip bone
                                             476-12560


                                                          1-3
BLOOD CIBCDLATIOB                                                               SUBJECT IHDEX



BLOOD CIBCOLATIOB                                               BB1IB CIBCOIATIOH
   Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the               Hemodynamic indicators in air   personnel of varying
     unanesthetized dcg and baboon                                   ages
                                             476-10098                                                      176-11920
   Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system             Change in brain blood circulation during mental
                                             176-12565               activity
BLOOD PLOI                                                                                                  176-12302
   Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular           BBEAIHING
     stenoses                                                      Ipplication of cabin atmosphere monitors to rapid
                                             176-11874               screening of breath samples for the early
   Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in                  detection of disease states
     man Description and critique of the method using                [BAS1-CB-141548]                       1176-11713
     xenon-133 and a scintillation camera                       BOBHS (IHJOBIES)
                                             A76-12163             Comments on fire toxicity
   Hnltichannel rheograph vith linear conversion                                                            176-10823
     characteristic and demodulation of pulsed blood
     filling at minimum probe current
                                             176-12305
BLOOD PliSBA                                                    CABIH ATBOSPHEBES
   Analysis of gases and pH of blood at altitude                   Application of cabin atmosphere monitors to rapid
     inflight equipment calibration techniques                       screening of breath samples for the early
                                             176-11718               detection of, disease states
BLOOD PBBSSUBB                                                       [HASA-CB-114548]                        B76-11713
   Interaction betveen pressor and depressor                    CALIBBAIIBG
     mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial                 Analysis of gases and pH of blood at altitude
     pressure                                                        inflight equipment calibration techniques
                                             176-12217                                                       A76-11718
   Inflight patient monitoring/blood pressure                   CABCEB
     measurement device                                            Influence of Zsub 1210 cell grovth of cells
     [AD-A011608]                          N76-10713                 sterilized by ionizing radiations
BLOOD VESSELS                                                        [B1S1-TT-F-16538]                       B76-11689
   The condition of the vascular net and the                    C1BBOBYDB1TB HBTABOLISB
      hemoencephalic barrier in the brain cortex of                Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of man to
      rats in the course of training for hypoxia                     high altitude stress
                                             A76-12216                                                       176-12475
   Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute              C1BBOB 80BOXIDE POISOBIBG
      hypoxia                                                      Comments on fire toxicity
                                             176-12301                                                       176-10823
   Model of vascular tonus      blood vessel mechanics             Hhat is the mechanism of carbon monoxide toxicity
                                             A76-12553                                                       A76-11717
   Differences betveen the deformation and strength             C1BBOXYHBHOGLOBIN
      characteristics of large blood vessels depending             Hhat is the mechanism of carbon monoxide toxicity
      on their localization, load direction and age of                                                       176-11717
      the human subject                                         CABDIAC VEBIBICLES
                                             A76-12563             Biventricular dynamics during quantitated
BODI COHPOSITIOB (BIOLOGY)                                           anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart
   Body composition of mice following exposure to                                                            176-12162
      1300 and 6100 meters                                      CABDIOLOGY
                                             A76-1170<4            Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
BOOT TEHPEBATOBE                                                     arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic
   Heat stress in indigenous cattle      solar                       effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
      radiation effects on east African zebu cattle                  and blockage. Part B
       (Bos indicus)                                                                                         176-11450
                                             B76-11617             Aviation cardiology in Canada
BOOT VOLOHB (BIOLOGY)                                                                                        176-11468
   Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and               On experts and expertise - The effect of
      orthostatic tolerance in response to lover body                variability in observer performance       in
      negative pressure during 59 days exposure to                   coronary pathology analysis
      zero gravity Skylab 3                                                                                  176-11470
      [BASl-CH-111515]                       B76-10707             Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten mimic:
BODY HEIGHT                                                          Clinical and open-chest nyocardial biopsy studies
   Body composition of mice folloving exposure to                                                            176-11705
      1300 and 6100 meters                                         Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
                                             176-11701               in aviation medicine
BOBE HABBOi                                                                                                  176-11720
   DBA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                 CABDIOTACHOHBTBBS
      daring adaptation to high-altitude conditions                Electromagnetic interference of cardiac pacemakers
                                             A76-10808                                                       H76-11702
BOBES                                                           CIBDIOVASCOLAB SYSTEH
   The anisotropy of compact bone material subject to              Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise
      impact loads                                                   - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening
                                             176-12559               for cardiovascular disease
BBAIH                                                                                                        176-11449
   Computer-aided analysis of the probability                      Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute
      characteristics cf the brain biopotentials in                  hypoxia
      healthy man                                                                                            176-12301
                                             A76-11376             Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system
   Changes in the oxygen tension and bioelectrical                                                           176-12565
      activity of the animal brain in acute hypoxy              CATTLE
                                             176-12211             Heat stress in indigenous cattle      solar
   Hicroelectcode study of the distribution of oxygen                radiation effects on east African zebu cattle
      tension in the brain                                            (Bos indicus)
                                             176-12212                                                       B76-11647
   Bodulation of evoked responses during behavioral             CELLS (BIOLOGY)
      motor inhibition in the cat                                  The processing of a colored signal by various
     [1D-1011457]                            B76-10727               types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina
   Chlorprooazine, pi racetan, and the netabolism of                                                         176-12215
      brain phpspholipids in the rat
     [BISl-TT-F-16652]                       B76-11688


                                                          1-4
                    SOBJECT INDEX                                                                                 CBB1S


   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kinetics              & bibliography of published information on
     during hyperthermia in the physiological range                   combustion toxicology
     [AD-A011484]                           N76-10714                                                         A76-10825
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kientics           COHHAHD ADD COBTBOL
     during hyperthermia in the physiological range                The effects of extended missions on the
     [AD-A011482]                           N76-10715                 performance of airborne command and control teams
   Influence of Zsnb 1210 cell growth of cells                        CAD-A0115119]                           876-10729
     sterilized by ionizing radiations                          COHPEHSAIOBI TBACKIN6
      [NASA-TT-F-16538]                   N76-11689                Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a
CBNTBAL IEB?OOS STSTEB                                                man-machine system
   Change in the functional state of the central                                                              A76-11064
      nervous system and the motor apparatus of                    The effect of a tracking task on speech
      athletes under different conditions of activity                 intelligibility in noise
      and rest                                                        [BAE-IB-75014]                          H76-11729
                                              A76-12304         COHPOTEB PBOGBABS
    Endocrine and central nervous system effects of                Advanced crew procedures development techniques:
      microwave exposure                                              Procedures and performance program training plan
                                              N76-11698               [BASA-CB-14»526]                        S76-10721
CBBTBIFOGIBG STBESS                                                Advanced crew procedures development techniques:
   Botatory and vertical components of the eye                        Procedures and performance program description
      nystagmus induced by rotation in a horizontal                   [NASA-CB-144517]                         B76-10734
      plane                                                     COBPDTBB fBCBIIQDES
                                              A76-12214            Computer-aided analysis of the probability
CEBEBBAL COBTEX                                                       characteristics of the brain biopotentials in
    The condition of the vascular net and the                         healthy man
      hemoencephalic barrier in the brain cortex of                                                           A76-11376
      rats in the course of training for hypoxia                CONDITIONING (LEABNING)
                                              A76-12216            Evaluation of the energy expended in a learning
CESIOfl ISOTOPES                                                      situation (conditioning based on food
   Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to                    reinforcement) by goldfish (Carassius Auratus L.)
      assessment of anterior myocardial infarction                    [BASA-TT-F-16650]                       H76-11685
                                              A76-10650         CONDUCTIVE BEAT TBANSFEB
CHBHICAL ABALYSIS                                                  Computation of the electromagnetic fields and
    Application of cabin atmosphere monitors to rapid                 induced temperatures within a model of the
      screening of breath samples for the early                       microwave-irradiated human eye
      detection of disease states                                                                             A76-10997
      [BASA-CB-144548]                        876-11713            The application of conductive cooling to human
CHEHICAL STEBILIZATION                                                operators
   Besearch on reverse osmosis membranes for                                                                  A76-12164
      purification of wash water at sterilization               COSPBBEBCBS
      temperature (165 degrees F)                                  All-Onion Conference on Engineering and Bedical
      [PB-242521/3]                          1176-11730               Biomechanics, 1st, Biga, Latvian SSB, October
CHBONIC CONDITIONS                                                    1975, Beports
    Increased rate of response of the                                                                         A76-12551
      pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to               COHTBOL STICKS
      chronic stress                                               An investigation of single-axis manual control
                                              A76-11138               processes" and comparative evaluation of human
CIEICADIAH EBYTHBS                                                    operator models
   Circadian rhythm of leaf movement in Capsicum                      CFB-21]                                 876-10736
      annuum observed during centrifugation                     COOLING
      [NASA-CB-145614]                        N76-11705            The application of conductive cooling to human
CIBCOLATOBY SYSIEB                                                    operators
   Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system                                                        A76-12164
                                              A76-12565         COBIOLIS EFFECT
CLINICAL BEDICINE                                                  Ways of further perfecting methods of vestibular
   An evaluation of results of ergometric studies                     selection      cumulative effects of Coriolis and
      [NASA-IT-F-16641 ]                      876-11711               centripetal accelerations
COCHLEA                                                                                                       A76-11918
   Localization of 3B-gamma-aminobutyric acid in the            COB8EA
      cochlea. Light and electron microscopic                      Ocular effects of laser radiation: Cornea and
      autoradiography                                                 anterior chamber
      [BASA-TT-F-16661 ]                     876-11687                                                        876-11310
CODING                                                          COBOHABY ABTBBI DISEASE
   On the purpose of low-level vision                              Identification of ischemic heart disease        pilot
      [AD-A012392]                           876-11720                fitness qualification
COBEBBBT ELICTBOHAGBE1IC BADIATIOB                                                                            A76-11471
   Ocular effects of laser radiation: Cornea and                   Becommendations for subjects with ischemic heart
      anterior chamber                                                disease      pilot standards
                                              876-11310                                                       A76-11472
COLD IEATHEB                                                       Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
   Prototype cold weather headwear                                    in aviation medicine
      [AD-A012314]                            876-11732                                                       A76-11720
COLOB VISION                                                    CBASH ISJOBIBS
   The processing of a colored signal by various                   Cervicocranium and the aviator's protective helmet
      types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina                        hangman-noose-type fractures
                                             A76-12215                                                        A76-11710
   Report of the working party on standardization of               Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents
      the international research group on colour                      (examination of 25 cases)
      vision deficiencies                                             [BAE-LIB-TBABS-1848]                    876-10703
     [IZF-1975-7]                          876-10708            CBASHBS
   SEEKVAL project IAV Effects of color and                        Dynamic tests of a yielding seat and seat belt
     brightness contrast on target acquisition                        system for crash protection
     [AD-A011547]                           876-10724                 [ABL/STBOC-358]                          876-11725
   Effects of colored lenses on visual performance              CBEiS
     [AD-A011572]                           876-10728              Skylab experiment H487 habitability/crew quarters
COBBOSTIOH PBODOCTS                                                   [NASA-TB-X-58163]                       N76-11727
   Toxicity of decomposition products
                                            A76-10824


                                                          1-5
D»TA SISTEBS                                                                      SUBJECT IIOEX




DATA STSIBBS                                                      BDDCATIOB
   Advanced crew procedures development    techniques:               Some particulars on the training of aviation
     Procedures and performance program    training plan               physicians
     [HASA-CB-K1I1526]                         B76-10721                                                       A76-11917
   Advanced crev procedures development    techniques:            EJBCTIOB IBJDBIBS
     Procedures and performance program    description               Helmets and head protection in CF ejections
     [HASA-CB-iq«517]                          H76-10731                1967-1973     helmet loss versus air speed and Q
DBCISIOB BAKIIG                                                        force
   The analysis of the pilot's cognitive and decision                                                          A76-11711
     processes      '                                             ELASTIC DEFOBBATIOB
    [BASA-CB-HI5739]                            H76-11722            The deformation properties of contractile polymer
DBCOBPOSITIOB                                                          structures Artificial muscles
   Toxicity of decomposition products                                                                          A76-12555
                                                 A76-10824        ELASTIC PBOPBBTIBS
DBCOBPBBSSIOB SICKHESS                                               Determination of the elastic and damping
   The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: An                   properties of the human femoral bone during
     overview »ith emphasis on plasma and lipid changes                bending
     [AD-A011153]                                B76-10711                                                     A76-12558
DBCOHIABIBAIIOI                                                      Morphological and functional aspects of studying
   Reduction of the bacterial contamination by the                     some mechanical properties of the human aorta
     use of laminar flow in the construction of                                                                A76-12561
     cardiac valves                                               ELASTIC IAVBS
     [NiSA-TT-P-166113]                          H76-11708           Low-freguency acoustic characteristics of
DBOXIBIBOBOCLBIC ACID                                                  biological tissues
   DHA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                                                                A76-12561
     d u r i n g adaptation to high-altitude conditions           BLBCTBOEBCEPHALOGBAPHY
                                                 A76-10808           Frequency analyzer for EBG signals
DliGHOSIS                                                                                                      A76-11200
   Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to                   Computer-aided analysis of the probability
     assessment of anterior myocardial infarction                      characteristics of the brain biopotentials in
                                                 A76-10650             healthy man
   Aviation cardiology in Canada                                                                               A76-11376
                                                 A76-11468        BLECTBOLISIS
   On experts and expertise - The effect of                          Electrochemical air revitalization system
     variability in observer performance          in                   optimization investigation
     coronary pathology analysis                                       [BASA-CB-111521]                         N76-10733
                                                 A76-11170        BLECTBOHAGHBTIC FIELDS
   Evaluation of early recognition of viral                          Computation of the electromagnetic fields and
     infections in nan          using specific gravity of              induced temperatures within a model of the
     lymphocytes                                                       microwave-irradiated human eye
     [HASA-CH-1H455S]                        H76-11712                                                         A76-10997
DI6ESTIBG                                                            Radiation hazards
   Change in absorption and secretion functions of                     [AGABD-LS-78]                           H76-11693
       small intestine under the influence of rocking                Biophysics - energy absorption and distribution
                                                A76-12303                                                      B76-11696
DIGITAL IBABSODCBBS                                                  Engineering considerations and measurements
   The capability of flnoroscopic systems to                           electromagnetic field measurement in environment
       determine differential Boentgen-ray absorption                  and tissues after radiation exposure
                                                A76-11«75                                                      B76-11701
DISPLAY DEVICES                                                   BLBCTBOHAGBBTIC IHTEBFEHEHCE
   The transition of experienced pilots to a                         Electromagnetic interference of cardiac pacemakers
       frequency-separated aircraft attitude display:                                                          H76-11702
       A flight experiment                                        BLECTBOHAG8BTIC BADIATIOI
       [AD-A001808]                             N76-10730            Electromagnetic radiation effects on the eye
DIVING (OBDEBIAIBB)                                                                                            B76-11697
   H u m a n engineering considerations in the evaluation         BLECTBOHIOGBAPBI
       of diving equipment                                           Besponses to load disturbances in human shoulder
     [AD-A011680]                            N76-10709                 muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a
   Proceedings of the Undersea Medical Society                         pulse test information signal
     forkshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving                                                          A76-10<480
     to Depths Greater than 1,000 feet                            ELBCTBOPBISIOLOGY
     [AD-A011456]                            N76-10719               Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex foi. different
DOSIHETEBS                                                             stages and cycles of nighttime sleep
   Evaluation of lithium borate as a 7000-B dosimeter                                                          A76-11377
     [L4-5927-HS]                             N76-10699              Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
DBOP SIZE                                                              arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic
   The dependence of the content and concentration of                  effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
      products of enzymatic oxidation on the size of                   and blockage. Part B
     coacervate droplets      abiogenesis                                                                      A76-1T450
                                              A76-10809           EHBOLISBS
DBDGS                                                                The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: An
   Impaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol                       overview with emphasis on plasma and lipid changes
      aircraft accident medical investigation                          [AD-A011153]                            B76-10711
                                              A76-11716           EBEBGEBCIES
DIHAHIC COIIEOL                                                      Operational aspects of pilot incapacitation in a
   Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a                        multicrew airliner
      man-machine system                                                                                       A76-11169
                                              A76-11061           EHOTIOBAL FACTOBS
DIIABIC BODBLS                                                       Change in brain blood circulation during mental
   Dynamics of biped walk. II                                          activity
                                              A76-11U51                                                        A76-12302
   Theoretical study cf some features of the dynamics                Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
      of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a                          physical activity on the age-related changes in
     one-dimensional viscoelastic medium                               the mechanical properties of arterial walls
                                              A76-12557                                                        A76-12562



                                                            1-6
                        SUBJECT IHDBI                                                                      FLIGHT HAZABDS


EHDOCBIBE SISTERS
   Endocrine and central nervous system effects of
     microwave exposure
                                             H76-11698            FBHALBS
EBBBGT JBSOBPTIOI                                                    Future space exploration: An equal opportunity
   Determination of safe exposure levels: Energy                        employer?      selection of women for spacecrews
     correlates of ocular damage                                        (P-5492]                                H76-11706
                                             H76-11312            FBBOB
EBZIBE ACTIVITY                                                      Determination of the elastic and damping
   The dependence of the content and concentration of                   properties of the human femoral bone during
     products of enzymatic oxidation on the size of                     bending
     coacervate droplets     abiogenesis                                                                        476-12558
                                             A76-10809               Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
   Measurements of lysosomal enzyme activities and                      human hip bone
     laucine incorporation rates in the brains of                                                               476-12560
     young and old rats after applications of piracetam           FIBEB OPTICS
     [H4S4-TT-F-16653]                       H76-10704               Two-point fluorophotometer for the human ocular
EQOIFHBHT SPECIFICATIOBS                                                fnndus
   Human engineering considerations in the evaluation                                                           476-11419
     of diving equipment                                          FI17BATIOB
     [40-4011680]                            N76-10709               Bater hyacinths for upgrading sewage lagoons to
BBGOBBTEBS                                                              meet advanced wastewater treatment standards,
   An evaluation of results of ergometric studies                       part 1
     [NASA-TT-F-16641 ]                     N76-11711                   [HASA-TH-X-72729]                       N76-10697
BBITBBOCITES                                                      FIBE BITIB60ISHEBS
   Reaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the                  1 review of the toxicology of halogenated fire
     peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric                             extinguishing agents
     oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the                        [4D-A011538]                            N76-11715
     organism                                                     FIBE FIGHTIHG
                                             476-11238               Comments on fire toxicity
BTBIL ALCOHOL                                                                                                   476-10823
   Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents                  FIBE PBBVBMTIOS
                                             476-11713               Toxicity of decomposition products
   Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft                                                                 476-10824
     accidents. United Kingdom - 1964-1973                        FIBES
                                             A76-11714               Tisor system materials for aluninized firemen's
   Impaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol                        hoods. Beport no. 1: Problem identification
     aircraft accident medical investigation                            [40-4011420]                            076-11731
                                             476-11716            FISHBS
   Evaluation of two link GAT-1 trainer tasks by                     Starvation and refeeding of carp (Cyprinus Carpio L)
     experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels                    [N4SA-TT-F-16649]                       N76-10696
     [AD-4011607]                            N76-10725               Evaluation of the energy expended in a learning
EVASIVE ACTIOBS                                                         situation (conditioning based on food
   Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying      low                       reinforcement) by goldfish (Carassius Auratus L.)
     altitude helicopter flight                                         [HASA-TT-F-16650]                       N76-11685
                                                A76-11712            Fasting and renourishment of carp (Cyprinus Carpio
BIBBCISB (PBYSI0106I)                                                   L.), 3
   Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise                    [NASA-TT-F-16651]                       N76-11686
     - Isometric h a n d g r i p in noninvasive screening         FLIGHT ALTITUDE
     for cardiovascular disease                                      Analysis of gases and pH of blood at altitude
                                                476-11449               inflight equipment calibration techniques
EXPOSOBE                                                                                                        476-11718
   Determination of safe exposure levels:      Energy             FLIGHT CBEIS
    correlates of ocular damage                                      Operational aspects of pilot incapacitation in a
                                            N76-11312                   multicrew airliner
EITBABOLATIOB                                                                                                   476-11469
   Perception and extrapolation of velocity and                      Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying        low
     acceleration                                                       altitude helicopter flight
                                            A76-10719                                                           A76-11712
BITBAVEBICDLAB ACTIVITY                                              Ocular hypertension and chronic open-angle
   EV space suit gloves (passive)                                       glaucoma in USAF pilots and navigators
     [NASA-CB-144527]                       H76-10732                   [AD-A010588]                             H76-10720
BIE (AHATOBY)                                                     FLIGHT FATI60B
   Computation of the electromagnetic fields and                     Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying        low
     induced temperatures within a model of the                         altitude helicopter flight
     microwave-irradiated human eye                                                                             476-11712
                                            476-10997             FLISHT FITBBSS
   Determination of safe exposure levels: Energy                     Aviation cardiology in Canada
     correlates of ocular damage                                                                                476-11468
                                            H76-11312                Identification of ischemic heart disease         pilot
   Electromagnetic radiation effects on the eye                         fitness qualification
                                            M76-11697                                                           476-11471
BIB BIAHIIATIOIS                                                     Recommendations for subjects with ischemic heart
   Opthalmological examination of laser workers and                     disease     pilot standards
     investigation of laser accidents                                                                           A76-11472
                                            H76-11315                Hypertension       pilot fitness
BIB BOVEHBBTS                                                                                                   A76-11473
   Rotatory and vertical components of the eye                       Valvular heart disease       pilot qualification
     nystagmus induced by rotation in a horizontal                                                              A76-11474
     plane                                                           Aviation audiometric lists
                                            476-12214                                                           476-11919
   Studies of orientational and postural mechanisms                  Hemodynamic indicators in air personnel of varying
     in a model n e u r a l system                                      ages
     [AD-A012027]                            H76-11719                                                          476-11920
                                                                  FLISHT HAZABOS
                                                                     Operational aspects of pilot incapacitation in a
                                                                        mnlticrew airliner
                                                                                                                476-11169



                                                            1-7
FLIGHT SAFETY                                                                  SUBJECT IHDBX



FLIGHT SAFETY                                                  GBOBTH
   Radiation safety m space flights: Radiobiological              The performance and capabilities of terrestrial
      aspects      Russian book                                     organisms in extreme and unusual gaseous and
                                             A76-10303              liquid environments. Performance of fungi in
FLIGHT SIHDLATOBS                                                   exotic and harsh environments
   Training transfer of a formation flight trainer                  [NASA-CB-115395]                       B76-10698
           to aircraft formation flying                           Influence of Zsub 1210 cell growth of cells
                                             A76-12165              sterilized by ionizing radiations
FLIGHT STRESS (BIOLOGY)                                             [NASA-TT-F-16538]                      N76-11689
   Biomedical cost cf low-level flight in a hot
      environment
                                             A76-11703
   Bedical and psychiatric aspects of accident                 HABITABILITY
                                                                                          H
      investigation      aviation pathology                        Skylab experiment M187 habitability/crew quarters
                                             A76-11707               [HASA-TH-X-58163]                        N76-11727
   Some particulars on the training of aviation                BABD (ABAT08Y)
      physicians                                                   The effect of a filtered control on operators'
                                             A76-11917               hand tremor
FLIGHT 1R&IHIHG                                                      [APBC-72/CS-7]                           N76-11723
   Training transfer of a formation flight trainer             HEAD (ABATOBY)
           to aircraft formation flying                            Absorption characteristics of multilayered sphere
                                             A76-12165               models exposed to OHF/microwave radiation
   Practice and incentive effects on learner                         head tissue dosimetry phantom
      performance: Aircraft instrument comprehension                                                          A76-10991
      task                                                         Helmets and head protection in CF ejections
      [AD-A011616]                           N76-10726               1967-1973      helmet loss versus air speed and Q
FLOS HEASDBBHEDl                                                     force
   Heasurement of regional myocardial blood flow in                                                           A76-11711
      man Description and critique of the method using             Prototype cold weather headwear
      xenon-133 and a scintillation camera                           [AD-A012311]                             N76-11732
                                             A76-12163         HEALTH PHYSICS
FLOS BESISTABCE                                                    Absorption characteristics of multilayered sphere
   Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular                models exposed to DBF/microwave radiation
      stenoses                                                       head tissue dosimetry phantom
                                             A76-11871                                                        A76-10991
FLDOBOSCOFY                                                        Computation of the electromagnetic fields and
   The capability of fluoroscopic systems to                         induced temperatures within a model of the
      determine differential Boentgen-ray absorption                 microwave-irradiated human eye
                                             A76-11U75                                                        A76-10997
FOVEA                                                          BEA8IRG
   Influence of foveal load on the functional visual               Hicrovave induced acoustic effects in mammalian
      field                                                          auditory systems
                                             A76-12446                                                        N76-11699
FBACTDBES (BATEBIALS)                                          HBABT DISEASES
   Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents                  Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise
      (examination of 25 cases)                                      - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening
      [BAE-LIB-THABS-1848]                   N76-10703               for cardiovascular disease
FREQUENCY AIALYZEBS                                                                                           A76-11419
   Freguency analyzer for EEC signals                              Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
                                             A76-11200               arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic
                                                                     effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
                                                                     and blockage. Part B
                                                                                                              A76-11150
GALVABIC SKIB BESP08SE                                             Valvular heart disease       pilot qualification
   Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex for different                                                         A76-11174
     stages and cycles of nighttime sleep                          Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten mimic:
                                             A76-11377               Clinical and open-chest myocardial biopsy studies
GABGLIA                                                                                                       A76-11705
   The processing of a colored signal by various                   Heart pathology associated with exposure to high
     types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina                    sustained +Gz
                                             A76-12215                                                        A76-11706
GAS ABALYSIS                                                   BEABI BATE
   Analysis of gases and pH of blood at altitude                 • Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout
     inflight equipment calibration techniques                       curve on exposure to 17,600 ft
                                             A76-11718                                                        A76-12099
GAS DBTECTOBS                                                      Sleep-wakefulness determinations from heart rate
   Cabin Atmosphere Hcnitoring System (CAHS),                        data
     pre-prototype model development continuation                    [AD-A012275]                             B76-11716
     [BASA-CB-111100 5]                      B76-10731         HBABT VALVES
GLAOCOBA                                                           Valvular heart disease       pilot qualification
   Ocular hypertension and chronic open-angle                                                                 A76-11471
     glaucoma in OSAF pilots and navigators                    HEAT BALABCB
     [AD-A010588]                            H76-10720             Experimental models for the evaluation of
GLOVES                                                               microwave biological effects
   EV space suit gloves (passive)                                                                             A76-11841
     [HASA-CB-114527]                        B76-10732         HEAT TOLBBABCE
GOGGLES                                                            Respiratory resistance and the endurance of men
   Laboratory assessment of the AB/PVS-5 night vision                working under thermal stress
     goggle      for infrared reconnaissance                         [AD-A011261]                             B76-10712
     [AD-A011053]                            B76-10710             Heat stress in indigenous cattle       solar
GBAVITATIOBAL EFFECTS                                                radiation effects on east African zebu cattle
   Circadian rhythm of leaf movement in Capsicum                      (Bos indicns)
     annum observed during centrifugation                                                                     B76-11647
     [BASA-CB-1<(56111]                      B76-11705         HBLICOPTBBS
                                                                   Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents
                                                                      (examination of 25 cases)
                                                                     [BAE-LIB-TBABS-1818]                     B76-10703



                                                         1-8
                   SOBJECT IHDEI                                                                         BDBAB PBBFOBBABCB


BBLBETS                                                                The transition of experienced pilots to a
   Cervicocraninm and the aviator's protective helmet                    frequency-separated aircraft attitude display:
         bangman-noose-type fractures                                    A flight experiment
                                             A76-11710                   [AD-A001808]                             H76-10730
   Helmets and head protection in CF ejections                         Designing for inscular strength of various
     1967-1973     helmet loss versus air speed and Q                    populations
     force                                                               [4D-A011537]                            H76-10737
                                             A76-11711                 A simulation of the human shoulder      recoil from
   Visor system materials for alaminized firemen's                       rocket launchers
     hoods. Report no. 1: Problem identification                         [AD-A012174]                            B76-11718
     [AD-A011420]                            H76-11731                 The analysis of the pilot's cognitive and decision
HEBODTBiBIC BESPOBSES                                                    processes
   Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise                     [BASA-CB-115739]                        B76-11722
     - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening                  BOBAB PATBOLOGT
     for cardiovascular disease                                        Comments on fire toxicity
                                             A76-11149                                                           476-10823
   Eiventricalar dynamics during guantitated                           A bibliography of published infornation on
     anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart                        combustion toxicology
                                             A76-12162                                                           A76-10825
   Heasurement of regional myocardial blood flow in                    Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten mime:
     man Description and critique of the method using                    Clinical and open-chest myocardial biopsy studies
     xenon-133 and a scintillation camera                                                                        476-11705
                                             A76-12163                 Error and artefact in post mortem toxicological
   Some hemodynamic indices at high altitude at rest                     analysis      aviation autopsy material
     and after intense physical exercise                                 contamination
     [BAS4-TT-F-16639]                       H76-11710                                                           A76-11715
BBBODYBAHICS                                                           Application of radioimmunoassay techniques in
   Pathological-anatonical studies involving vascular                    support of toxicologic investigations of
     stenoses                                                            aircraft accidents
                                             476-11874                                                           476-11719
   Hemodynaaic indicators in air personnel of varying                  Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
     ages                                                                in aviation medicine
                                             A76-11920                                                           A76-11720
   Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute                     Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular
     hypoxia                                                             stenoses
                                             A76-12301                                                           A76-11874
   Multichannel rheograph with linear conversion                       X-ray investigation in aviation and space medicine
     characteristic and demodulation of pulsed blood                     [NASA-TT-F-804]                          S76-10705
     filling at minimum probe current                                  The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: An
                                             A76-12305                   overviev mth emphasis on plasma and lipid changes
HIGH ALTITUDE BBVIROH BESTS                                              [AD-A011153]                            H76-10711
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                            Evaluation of early recognition of viral
r                                            A76-12098                   infections in man      using specific gravity of
   Changes in the single-breath nitrogen vashout                         lymphocytes
     curve on exposure to 17,600 ft                                      [BASA-CB-144559]                        1176-11712
                                             A76-12099              HDBAH PBBFOBBiHCE
   Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of man to                    Perception and extrapolation of velocity and
     high altitude stress                                                acceleration
                                             A76-12475                                                           A76-10719
   Some he modynanic indices at high altitude at rest                  T«o-point fluorophotometer for the human ocular
     and a f t e r intense physical exercise                             fundus
     [BAS1-TT-P-16639]                        H76-11710                                                          A76-11419
BI6H ALTITUDE TESTS                                                    Biomedical cost of low-level flight in a hot
   Variations in psychomotor efficiency during                           environment
     prolonged stay at high altitude                                                                             476-11703
                                             476-12244                 Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents
HIGH SPEED                                                                                                       A76-11709
   Vision from a moving car (no. 1)                                    Backvard recognition masking      human
     [SAS&-TT-J-16638]                       876-11109                   psychoacoustics
HDHAH BEIHGS                                                                                                     A76-12337
   An evaluation of results of ergometric studies                      Intermodal transfer in temporal discrimination
      [HASA-TT-F-16641 ]                       N76-11711                 of visual and acoustic stimuli duration
BDflAB BODI                                                                                                      A76-12447
   Responses to load disturbances in human shoulder                    Proceedings of the Ondersea Hedical Society
     muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a                    Rorkshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving
     pulse test information signal                                       to Depths Greater than 1,000 feet
                                            476-10480                    [AD-A011456]                            B76-10719
   Study of the propagation of vibrations along the                    SEEKVAL pr.oject Hi:   Effects of color and
     human hip bone                                                      brightness contrast on target acquisition
                                            A76-12560                    [AD-A011547]                            B76-10724
   Application of cabin atmosphere monitors to rapid                   Practice and incentive effects on learner
     screening of breath samples for the early                           performance: Aircraft instrument comprehension
     detection of disease states                                         task
     CBASA-CB-144548]                        H76-11713                   [4D-A011616]                            B76-10726
   A simulation of the human shoulder     recoil from                  Effects of colored lenses on visual performance
     rocket launchers                                                    [AD-A011572]                            B76-10728
     [AD-4012174]                              H76-11718               The effects of extended missions on the
BDBSS FACTOBS BBGIBBEBIHG                                                performance of airborne command and control teams
   The application of conductive cooling to h u m a n                    [40-4011549]                            1176-10729
      operators                                                        Human force capabilities for operating aircraft
                                                476-12164                controls at 1, 3, and 5 GZ
   H u m a n a£pects of observation outside the space cabin              [4D-A011545]                            B76-10739
             in-flight astronaut visual operative capacity             Laboratory assessment of the AB/PVS-5 night vision
                                                476-12481                goggle      for infrared reconnaissance
   Buman engineering considerations in the evaluation                    [AD-A011053]                            B76-10740
       of diving equipment                                             Vision from a moving car (no.1)
      [AD-A011680]                              876-10709                [NASA-TT-F-16638]                       B"76-11709



                                                              1-9
HDHAI BB1CIIOIS                                                                       SUBJECT IIDEZ



   The effect of tine sharing on the performance of                      Hemodynamic indicators in air personnel of varying
     information processing tasks: A feedback                              ages
     control analysis                                                                                              A76-11920
     [AD-A012023]                            H76-11724                   Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response
HOHAS BE1C1IOIS                                                            to hypoxia in conscious man
   On the relation betveen tine and space in the                                                                  A76-12097
     visual discrimination of velocity                                   Changes in the oxygen tension and bioelectrical
                                            A76-10718                      activity of the animal brain in acute hypoxy
   Visual reaction tines daring prolonged angular                                                                 A76-12211
     acceleration parallel the subjective perception                     Hicroelectrode study of the distribution of oxygen
     of rotation                                                           tension in the brain
                                            A76-10720                                                             A76-12212
   On experts and expertise - The effect of                              The condition of the vascular net and the
     variability in observer performance     in                            hemoencephalic barrier in the brain cortex of
     coronary pathology analysis                                           rats in the course of training for hypoxia
                                            A76-11470                                                             A76-12216
   Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents                         Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute
                                            A76-11713                      hypoxia
   Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response                                                              A76-12301
     to hypoxia in conscious man                                         Effects of hypoxia on peripheral visual response
                                            A76-12097                      to dim stimuli
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                                                                       A76-12525
                                            A76-12098
   Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of man to
     high altitude stress
                                            A76-12475                 IMAGE INTEHSIFIBHS
   Report of the working party on standardization of                     The compromise betveen visual field and
     the international research group on colour                            magnification for an image intesifier with
     vision deficiencies                                                   variable magnification
     [IZF-1975-7]                           B76-10708                      [IZF-1975-6]                            B76-10722
BOBAH BASTES                                                          IMAGE TRABSDOCBBS
    H-071 critical data analysis                                         The capability of fluoroscopic systems to
      [HASA-CR-1IJ5692]                           H76-11692                determine differential Roentgen-ray absorption
BIDBAZIBBS                                                                                                         A76-11475
    Effects of monomethylhydrazine on red blood cell                  IBPACI LOADS
       metabolism                                                        The anisotropy of compact bone material subject to
      [AD-A0115lt8]                                N76-10717               impact loads
fllDBOCSBBOB POISOSISG                                                                                             A76-12559
    Effects of monomethylhydrazine on red blood cell                  IHPLABTBD ELECTRODES (BIOLOGY)
      metabolism                                                         Hicroelectrode study of the distribution of oxygen
      [AD-A0115118]                               S76-10717                tension in the brain
BTFEBEABIC CHABBEBS                                                                                                A76-12212
    Beaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the                  IHDDSTRIAL SAFETY
       peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric                            Health hazard potential of HYPOL (trademark)
      oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the                          polyurethane prepolymers
      organism                                                             [AD-A011997]                            U76-11721
                                                  A76-11238           IBFECTIODS DISEASES
    Report on computation of repetitive                                  Evaluation of early recognition of viral
      hypertaric-hypobanc decompression tables                             infections in man      using specific gravity of
      [NASA-CH-144560]                             B76-11714               lymphocytes
BIPBBOXIA                                                                  [HASA-CB-144559]                        H76-11712
    Oxygen and t r a u m a : Studies on pulmonary oxygen              IBFORHATIOB FIOI
      poisoning and the role of oxygen in repair                         The effect of time sharing on the performance of
       processes                                                           information processing tasks: A feedback
      [AD-A011408]                                 B76-10716               control analysis
    Effects of oxygen and reduced glutathione on the                       [AD-A012023]                            H76-11724
      oxygen consumption of mouse liver                               IHFORBATIOB HAHAGEBEBT
      [AD-A012172]                                 N76-11717             Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents
HYPEBTEBSIOB                                                                                                       A76-11709
    Hypertension          pilot fitness                               IHFBABED FILTERS
                                                  A76-11473              Laboratory assessment of the AB/PVS-5 night vision
    Ocular hypertension and chronic open-angle                             goggle      for infrared reconnaissance
      glaucoma in OSAP pilots and navigators                               [AD-A011053]                            H76-10740
      [AD-A010588]                                H76-10720           IBHIBITIOB (PSYCHOLOGY)
HYPBBTHEBHIA                                                             Modulation of evoked responses during behavioral
    Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kinetics                     motor inhibition in the cat
      during hyperthermia in the physiological range                       [AD-A011U57]                            H76-10727
      [AD-A011484]                                B76-10714           IBJOHIES
    Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kientics                   Ocular effects of laser radiation: Cornea and
      during hyperthernia in the physiological range                       anterior chamber
      [AD-A011482J                                N76-10715                                                        1176-11310
HYPOBJBIC AIBOSPBBBBS                                                    Ocular effects of radiation: Hetina
    Report on computation of repetitive                                                                            S76-11311
      hyperfcaric-hypcbaric decompression tables                         Determination of safe exposure levels: Energy
      [BASA-CR-144560]                            N76-11714                correlates of ocular damage
HYPOTHALAHOS                                                                                                       1176-11312
    On the role of the hypothalamus in the mechanism                  IBTELLIGIBILITY
      of positional nystagmus                                            The effect of a tracking task on speech
                                                  A76-12213                intelligibility in noise
HYPOXIA                                                                    [RAE-Tfi-75014]                         N76-11729
    DNA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                      IHTEBPLABETABY SPACECRAFT
      during adaptation to high-altitude conditions                      Ecology and thermal inactivation of microbes in
                                                  A76-10808                and on interplanetary space vehicle components
    Reaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the                       [SASA-CR-145480]                         B76-10695
      peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric                          INTESTINES
      oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the                        Change in absorption and secretion functions of
      organism                                                             small intestine under the influence of rocking
                                                  A76-11238                                                        A76-12303



                                                               1-10
                    SUBJECT IHDEI                                                                        BECHABICAL PBOPBBflES


IBTOXIC4TIOB                                                           LOi TBBPEBATUBE EBVIBOBBESTS
   Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents                          The performance and capabilities of terrestrial
                                                    A76-11713                organisms in extreme and unusual gaseous and
   Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft                              liquid environments. Performance of fungi in
     accidents. United Kingdom - 1961-1973                                   exotic and harsh environments
                                                    A76-11714                [H4SA-CB-145395]                        B76-10698
   lopaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol                       LOHG HOBPHOLOGY
     a i r c r a f t accident medical investigation                       Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout
                                                    A76-11716                curve on exposure to 17,600 ft
ISCBEBIA                                                                                                            A76-12099
   Identification of ischemic heart disease             pilot          LDBGS
     fitness qualification                                                Oxygen and trauma: Studies on pulmonary oxygen
                                                    A76-11471                poisoning and the role of oxygen in repair
   Becommendations for subjects with ischemic heart                          processes
     disease            pilot standards                                      [AD-A011408]                           N76-10716
                                                    A76-11472
ISCCYABATES
   Health hazard potential of HYP01 (trademark)
     polyurethane pre;olymers                                          BAGHIFICATIOH
                                                                                                  M
     [AD-A011997]                                   B76-11721             The compromise between visual field and
ISOTOPIC LABBIIBG                                                            magnification for an image intesifier with
   Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to                           variable magnification
     assessment of anterior myocardial infarction                            [IZF-1975-6]                             H76-10722
                                                    A76-10650          HABHALS
                                                                          Microwave induced acoustic effects in mammalian
                                                                             auditory systems
                                                                                                                     N76-11699
LABI BAB FLOR                                                          HAH HACBIHB SISTEBS
   Reduction of the bacterial contamination by the                        Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a
     use of laminar f l o w in the construction of                           man-machine system
     cardiac valves                                                                                                  A76-11064
     [BASA-TT-F-166113]                           B76-11708               Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents
1ABIBATES                                                                                                            A76-11709
   Prototype cold veather headwear                                        An investigation of single-axis manual control
     [AD-A012314]                                 N76-11732                  processes and comparative evaluation of human
LASEBS                                                                       operator models
   Ocular effects of laser radiation:       Cornea and                       [FB-21]                                  N76-10736
     anterior chamber                                                     Human force capabilities for operating aircraft
                                                  B76-11310                  controls at 1, 3, and 5 GZ
   Determination of safe exposure levels:        Energy                      [AD-4011545]                            1176-10739
     correlates of ocular damage                                       BABIPDLATOBS
                                             B76-11312                    Design and fabrication of an end effector
   Opthalmological examination of laser workers and                          [NASA-CR-144008]                        N76-10735
      investigation of laser accidents                                 HAHBBD SPACE FLIGHT
                                             1176-11315                   Radiation safety in space flights: Badiobiological
   Laser protective devices                                                  aspects      Russian book
                                             B76-11316                                                               A76-10303
LEAVES                                                                    Future space exploration: An egual opportunity
   Circadian rhythm of leaf movement in Capsicum                             employer?      selection of women for spacecrews
      annuum observed during centrifugation                                  [P-5492]                                B76-11706
      [NASA-CR'1«561I4]                      H76-11705                 HABOAL COBTBOL
LEG (ABATOBT)                                                             Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a
   Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and                         man-machine system
      orthostatic tolerance in response to lower body                                                                A76-11064
      negative pressure during 59 days exposure to                        The effect of a filtered control on operators'
      zero gravity Skylab 3                                                  hand tremor
      [NASA-CR-144515]                       B76-10707                       IAPBC-72/CS-7]                          B76-11723
LEUKOCYTES                                                             HABIBE BIOLOGY
   Reaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the                       Plankton analysis training manual
      peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric                                 [PB-242008/1]                           B76-10700
      oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the                      BASKIBG
      organism                                                            Backward recognition masking       human
                                             A76-11238                       psychoacousties
LIFE SCIEBCES                                                                                                        A76-12337
   Integrated life sciences technology utilization                     BASKS
      development program                                                 Quantitative respirator man-testing and
      [HASA-CH-14lt545]                      H76-11691                       anthropometric survey
LIFE SOPPOB1 SYSTEHS                                                         [RFP-2356]                              H76-11728
   Electrochemical air revitalization system                              Visor system materials for aluminized firemen's
      optimization investigation                                             hoods. Report no. 1: Problem identification
      [SASA-CR-1WS21]                        H76-10733                       [AD-A011H20]                            H76-11731
LIGHT (VISIBLE BADIATIOB)                                              BATBEBATICAL BODELS
   Ocular effects of radiation: Betina                                    Mathematical description of the properties of
                                             H76-11311                       muscle tissue
LIGBT AIRCBAPT                                                                                                       A76-12552
   Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft                           An investigation of single-axis manual control
      accidents, Dnited Kingdom - 1961-1973                                  processes and comparative evaluation of human
                                             A76-11711                       operator models
LITHIOH BOBATBS                                                             [FB-21]                                  B76-10736
   Evaluation of lithium borate as a 7000-B dosimeter                     A simulation of the human shoulder       recoil from
      [LA-5927-BS]                           S76-10699                       rocket launchers
LIVBB                                                                       [AD-A012174]                             B76-11718
   Effects of oxygen and reduced glntathione on the                    BECHABICAL EBOPEBTIES
      oxygen consumpticn of mouse liver                                   Theoretical study of some features of the dynamics
      [AD-A012172]                           H76-11717                       of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a
LOi PASS FILTEBS                                                             one-dimensional viscoelastic medium
   The effect of a filtered control on operators'                                                                    A76-12557
      hand treaor
      [AP8C-72/CS-7]                         H76-11723

                                                                1-11
MEDICAL ELECTBOBICS                                                              SUBJECT IHDEX


   Differences between the defornation and strength              BOIS10BE COBTEBI
     characteristics of large blood vessels depending               Space shuttle galley water system test program
      on their localization, load direction and age of                [NASA-CB-144531]                        N76-11726
      the human subject                                          B01ECOLAB BIOLOGI
                                             A76-12563              The deformation properties of contractile polymer
   Horphological and functional aspects of studying                   structures Artificial muscles
      some mechanical properties of the human aorta                                                           A76-12555
                                             A76-12564           BOLECDLAB STBDCIDBE
HEDICAL BLECTBOHICS                                                 Molecular memory?
   Frequency analyzer for EEG signals                                 [NASA-TT-F-16654]                       N76-11690
                                             A76-11200           MOTIOB
HEDICAL PE8SOBBEL                                                   Vision from a moving car (no.1)
   On experts and expertise - The effect of                           [NASA-TT-F-16638]                       N76-11709
      variability in observer performance      in                BOTIOB PEBCBPTIOB
     coronary pathology analysis                                    On the relation between time and space in the
                                             A76-11170                visual discrimination of velocity
MEBBBABB SIEOCIOBBS                                                                                           A76-10718
   Research on reverse osmosis membranes for                        Perception and extrapolation of velocity and
      purification of wash water at sterilization                     acceleration
      temperature (165 degrees F)                                                                             A76-10719
     [PB-212521/3]                           B76-11730           BOTIOB SICKBESS DBOGS
HBBOBI                                                              Stress modification of the toxicity of antimotion
   Molecular memory?                                                  sickness drugs and Aspirin
     [NASA-TT-F-166511]                      N76-11690                                                        A76-12635
BESTAL EBBFOEHABCB                                               BOTIOS STABILITT
   Change in brain blood circulation during mental                  The effects of personal protective equipment upon
      activity                                                        the arm reach capability of USAF pilots
                                             A76-12302                [AD-A011580]                             K76-10738
BETABOLISH                                                       BDSC1BS
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kinetics               Mathematical description of the properties of
      during hypertherma in the physiological range                   muscle tissue
     [AD-A011484]                            N76-10714                                                        A76-12552
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kientics            BOSCULAB FUBCTIOB
     during hypertherma in the physiological range                  Responses to load disturbances in human shoulder
     [AD-A011482]                            S76-10715                muscles - the hypothesis that one component is a
BET3IL COBPODBDS                                                      poise test information signal
   Effects of monomethylhydrazine on red blood cell                                                           A76-10480
      metabolism                                                    Governing law of statistical biomechanics
     [AD-A011548]                             B76-10717                                                       A76-1255M
BICE                                                                The deformation properties of contractile polymer
   Effects of oxygen and reduced glutathione on the                   structures Artificial muscles
     oxygen consumpticn of mouse liver                                                                        A76-12555
     [AD-A012172]                            N76-11717           BOSCDLAB STBBBGTH
BICBOOBGAIISBS                                                      Effect of a sequence of activating pulses on the
   Ecology and thermal inactivation of microbes in                    contractile properties of muscle
     and on interplanetary space vehicle components                                                           A76-12556
     [NASA-CR-1145480]                       H76-10695              Designing for muscular strength of various
MICBOIAVE FBEQDBBCI1S                                                 populations
   Experimental models for the evaluation of                          [AD-A011537]                            S76-10737
     microwave biological effects                                BOSCOLAB 10BDS
                                             A76-118UU              Model of vascular tonus      blood vessel mechanics
BICBORAVE SCATTEBIBG                                                                                          A76-12553
   Computation of the electromagnetic fields and                 BUSCOLOSKBLETAL SYSTEH
     induced temperatures within a model of the                     Effect of a sequence of activating pulses on the
     microwave-irradiated human eye                                   contractile properties of muscle
                                             A76-10997                                                        A76-12556
HICBO8AVES                                                          Theoretical study of some features of the dynamics
   Absorption characteristics of multilayered sphere                  of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a
      models exposed tc OHF/microwave radiation                       one-dimensional viscoelastic medium
     head tissue dosimetry phantom                                                                            A76-12557
                                             A76-10991              Regulation of protein and ammo acid degradation
   Badiation hazards                                                  in skeletal muscle
     [AGAED-LS-78]                           U76-11693                [AD-A011508]                            B76-10710
   Pathophysiologic aspects of exposure to microwave             BIOCABDIAL IBFABCTIOi
                                             B76-11694              Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to
   Endocrine and central nervous system effects of                    assessment of anterior myocardial infarction
     microwave exposure                                                                                       A76-10650
                                             B76-11698              Biventricnlar dynamics during quantitated
   Microwave induced acoustic effects in mammalian                    anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart
     auditory systems                                                                                         A76-12162
                                             B76-11699           BIOCABDIOM
BILITABT OPEBAtlOIS                                                 Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten mimic:
   Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying      low                     Clinical and open-chest myocardial biopsy studies
     altitude heliccpter flight                                                                               A76-11705
                                             A76-11712              Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
BIBEBALS                                                              man Description and critique of the method using
   B-071 critical data analysis                                       xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
     [BASA-CB-145692]                        B76-11692                                                        A76-12163
BISSIOB PLABBIBG
   The effects of extended missions on the
     performance of airborne command and control teams
     tAD-A0115«9]                             B76-10729          BEAB IBFBABED BADIATIOi
                                                                                           N
HODAL BESP01SB                                                      Ocular effects of radiation:  Retina
   Visual reaction times during prolonged angular                                                            N76-11311
     acceleration parallel the subjective perception             BECK (ABATOBT)
     of rotation                                                    Cervicocranium and the aviator's protective helaet
                                             A76-10720                    hangman-noose-type fractures
                                                                                                             A76-11710


                                                          1-12
                   SOBJECT IHDEI                                                                               PBISICIAIS



BB0BOBOSCOLAB TBABSBISSIOI                                        OXYGBi COHSOBPTIOB
   Governing lav of statistical biomechanics                         Effects of oxygen and reduced glutathione on the
                                            476-12551                  oxygen consumption of mouse liver
   Effect of a sequence of activating poises on the                    [AD-A012172]                            H76-11717
     contractile properties of muscle                             OXYGBB BASKS
                                            176-12556                Bespiratory resistance and the endurance of men
   Localization of 3B-gaima-aminobntync acid in the                    working under thermal stress
     cochlea. Light and electron microscopic                           [AD-A011261]                            H76-10712
     autoradiography                                              OXIGBI BBTABOLISB
     [B1SA-TT-P-16661]                      B76-11687                Hhat is the Hechanisn of carbon monoxide toxicity
BBOBOPHYSIOLOGY                                                                                                A76-11717
   Computer-aided analysis of the probability                     OIIGBH PBODDCTIOB
     characteristics of the brain biopotentials in                   Electrochemical air revitalization system
     healthy nan                                                       optimization investigation
                                             A76-11376                 [BASA-CB-111521]                        H76-10733
   The processing of a colored signal by various                  OXYGBB TBBSIOB
     types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina                    Analysis of gases and pH of blood at altitude
                                             A76-12215                 inflight equipment calibration techniques
   Studies of orientational and postural nechanisos                                                            A76-11718
     in a model neural system                                        Changes in the oxygen tension and bioelectrical
     [AD-A012027]                            H76-11719                 activity of the animal brain in acute hypoxy
BIGHT VISIOB                                                                                                   A76-12211
   Laboratory assessment of the AB/P7S-5 night vision                Dicroelectrode study of the distribution of oxygen
     goggle      for infrared reconnaissance                           tension in the brain
     [AD-A011053]                            876-10710                                                         A76-12212
BITBOGBB
   Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout
     curve on exposure to 17,600 ft
                                            A76-12099             PATHOLOGICAL EFFECTS
   M-071 critical data analysis                                      Beaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the
     [NASA-CB-115692]                          876-11692               peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric
BOTBITIOH                                                              oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the
   Starvation and refeeding of carp (Cyprinns Carpio L)                organism
     [NASA-TT-P-166<I9]                     H76-10696                                                          A76-11238
   Fasting and renonnshment of carp (Cyprinus Carpio                 Heart pathology associated with exposure to high
     L-). 3                                                            sustained +Gz
     [NASA-TT-F-16651]                      B76-11686                                                          A76-11706
                                                                     What is the mechanism of carbon monoxide toxicity
                                                                                                               A76-11717
                                                                  PATIBHIS
OPBBATOB   PBBFOBSAHCB                                               Opthaliological examination of laser workers and
   Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a                        investigation of laser accidents
     man-machine system                                                                                        1176-11315
                                            A76-11061             PEBICIL1IS
   An investigation of single-axis manual control                    The performance and capabilities of terrestrial
     processes and comparative evaluation of human                     organisms in extreme and unusual gaseous and
     operator models                                                   liguid environments. Performance of fungi in
     [FB-21]                                 H76-10736                 exotic and harsh environments
   The effect of a filtered control on operators*                      [BASA-CB-115395J                        B76-10698
     hand tremor                                                  PEBFOBBABCB TESTS
     [APBC-72/CS-7]                          B76-11723               Quantitative respirator man-testing and
   The effect of a tracking task on speech                             anthropometric survey
     intelligibility in noise                                          [BFP-2356]                               H76-11728
     [BAE-1B-75011]                          B76-11729            PEBIPHBBAL CIBCDLATIOH
OPBTHALBOLOGI                                                        Beaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the
   Opthalmological examination of laser workers and                    peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric
     investigation of laser accidents                                  oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the
                                             B76-11315                 organism
OPTICAL COBBOHICATIOB                                                                                          476-11238
   On the purpose of low-level vision                             PEBIPHERAL VISIOB
     [AD-A012392]                            N76-11720               Influence of foveal load on the functional visual
OPTIHIZATIOB                                                           field
   The compromise between visual field and                                                                     476-121116
     magnification for an image intesifier with                      Effects of hypoxia on peripheral visual response
     variable magnification                                            to dim stimuli
     [IZF-1975-6]                            H76-10722                                                         A76-12525
OBIBHTATIOH                                                       PE
   Studies of orientational and postural mechanisms                  Analysis of gases and pli of blood at altitude
     in a model neural system                                          inflight equipment calibration techniques
     [AD-A012027]                            H76-11719                                                         476-11718
OBTHOSTATIC TOLEBABCK                                             PHOSPBOBOS DETABOLISH
   Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and                 Chlorpromazine, piracetam, and the metabolism of
     orthostatic tolerance in response to lover body                   brain phospholipids in the rat
     negative pressure during 59 days exposure to                      [NASA-TT-F-16652]                       N76-11688
     zero gravity Skylab 3                                        PHYSICAL BIEBCISB
     [HASA-CB-111515]                        B76-10707               Change in the functional state of the central
OSBOSIS                                                                nervous system and the motor apparatus of
   Research on reverse osmosis membranes for                           athletes under different conditions of activity
     purification of wash vater at sterilization                       and rest
     temperature (165 degrees F)                                                                               476-12301
     [PB-212521/3]                           H76-11730            PHYSICAL IOBK
OXIDATION                                                            The application of conductive cooling to buaan
   The dependence of the content and concentration of                  operators
     products of enzymatic oxidation on the size of                                                            476-12161
     coacervate droplets      abiogenesis                         PBYSICIABS
                                             A76-10809               Some particulars on the training of aviation
                                                                       physicians
                                                                                                               476-11917


                                                           1-13
PHYSIOLOGIC*! EFFECTS                                                             SUBJECT IHDEI



PHYSIOLOGICAL EFFECTS                                                Training transfer of a formation flight trainer
   Biomedical cost c£ low-level flight in a hot                             to aircraft formation flying
       environment                                                                                             A76-12165
                                                  A76-11703       PITOITABI GL1BD
   Bod; composition of nice following exposure to                    Increased rate of response of the
       14300 and 6100 leters                                           pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to
                                                  A76-11704            chronic stress
   Effect of altitude exposuce on platelets                                                                    A76-11138
                                                  A76-12098       PLAHKTOB
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kinetics                Plankton analysis training manual
       daring hyperthernia in the physiological range                  [PB-212008/1]                           H76-10700
       [AD-A011484]                                H76-10714      P1AHTS (BOTAHI)
PBTSIOLOGICil BESPOBSES                                              Hater hyacinths for upgrading sewage lagoons to
   Increased rate of response of the                                   meet advanced wastewater treatment standards,
       pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to                     part 1
       chronic stress                                                  [HASA-TM-X-72729]                       H76-10697
                                                  A76-11138       PLATELETS
   Experimental models for the evaluation of                         Effect of altitude exposure on platelets
       microwave biological effects                                                                            A76-12098
                                                  A76-11844       POLYDBBTBAHE BESIBS
   Ernst Hach on the vestibnlar organ 100 years ago                  Health hazard potential of HY.POI (trademark)
                                                  A76-12430            polynrethane prepolyners
   The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: AD                   [AD-A011997]                            N76-11721
       overview with emphasis on plasma and lipid changes         PBESSOBE BEDDCTIOB
       [AD-A011153]                               1176-10711         Report on computation of repetitive
PHYSIOLOGICAL TESTS                                                    hyperbaric-hypobanc decompression tables
   On the role of the hypothalanus in the mechanism                    [HASA-CB-144560]                        1176-11714
       of positional nystagmus                                    PBOGBAMHED IBSTBDCTIOS
                                                  A76-12213          Practice and incentive effects on learner
   Variations in psychomotor efficiency during                         performance: Aircraft instrument comprehension
       prolonged stay at high altitude                                 task
                                                  476-12244            [AD-A011616]                             H76-10726
   Change in absorption and secretion functions of                PBOSTAGIABDIBS
       small intestine under the influence of rocking                Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the
                                                  A76-12303            unanesthetized dog and baboon
   Change in the functional state of the central                                                               A76-10098
       nervous system and the motor apparatus of                  PBOSTBETIC DEVICES
       athletes under different conditions of activity               The deformation properties of contractile polymer
       and rest                                                        structures Artificial muscles
                                                  A76-12304                                                    A76-12555
   Report of the working party on standardization of              PBOTECTIVE CLOTBIBG
       the international research group on colour                    The effects of personal protective equipment upon
       vision deficiencies                                             the arm reach capability of USAF pilots
       [IZF-1975-7]                               1176-10708           [AD-A011580]                            B76-10738
PILOT EBEOB                                                          Laser protective devices
   Medical and psychiatric aspects of accident                                                                 N76-11316
       investigation         aviation pathology                      Quantitative respirator man-testing and
                                                  876-11707            anthropometric survey
PILOT PEBFOBHAHCE                                                      [BFP-2358]                              N76-11728
   Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents                   Visor system materials for aluminized firemen's
                                                  A76-11709            hoods. Beport no. 1: Problem identification
   Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft                        [AD-A011H20]                            1176-11731
       accidents. United Kingdom - 1961-1973                         Prototype cold weather headwear
                                                  A76-11714            [AD-A012314]                            1176-11732
   Impaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol                  PBOTEIH BETABOLISH
       aircraft accident medical investigation                       Measurements of lysosomal enzyme activities and
                                                  A76-11716            laucine incorporation rates in the brains of
   Aviation audiometric lists                                          young and old rats after applications of piracetan
                                                  A76-11919            [NASA-TT-F-16653]                       H76-1070U
   S E E K V A L project IA1: Effects of target number and           Regulation of protein and ammo acid degradation
       clutter on static target acguisition                            in skeletal muscle
       [AD-A011516]                                B76-10723           [AD-A011508]                            1176-10710
   Evaluation of two link G A T - 1 trainer tasks by              PSICHIATBI
       experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels               Medical and psychiatric aspects of accident
       [AD-A011607]                                N76-10725           investigation      aviation pathology
   The transition of experienced pilots to a                                                                   A76-11707
       freguency-separated aircraft attitude display:             PSICBOACOOSTICS
       A flight experiment                                           Backward recognition masking      human
       [AD-A001808]                               N76-10730            psychoacoustics
   The effects of personal protective equipment upon                                                           A76-12337
       the am reach capability of U S A F pilots                  PSYCHOLOGICAL FACTOBS
       [AD-A011580]                               N76-10738          Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
   The analysis of the pilot's cognitive and decision                  physical activity on the age-related changes in
       processes                                                       the mechanical properties of arterial walls
       [MASA-CB-11(573 9]                         N76-11722                                                    476-12562
PILOT SELECTIOI                                                   PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS
   Identification of ischemic heart disease            pilot         Effects of shifts in the rate of repetitive
       fitness qualification                                           stimulation on sustained attention
                                                  476-11471                                                    476-124145
   Valvular heart disease           pilot qualification           PSYCHOBOTOB PEBFOBHAICE
                                                  476-11474          Variations in psychomotor efficiency during
   Future space exploration: An equal opportunity                      prolonged stay at high altitude
       employer?         selection of women for spacecrews                                                     A76-122I44
       [P-5492]                                   N76-11706          Modulation of evoked responses during behavioral
PILOT TBilHIBG                                                         motor inhibition in the cat
   Crew rest and nap-cf-the-earth f l y i n g      low                 [AD-A011457]                            N76-10727
       altitude helicopter flight
                                                  A76-11712



                                                           1-14
                      SOBJECT IHDEX                                                                              SKYLiB PBOSB1H


PSYCHOPBYSIOLOGY                                                        BEH01B COBTBOL
   Change in brain blood circulation daring Dental                         Design and fabrication of an end effector
     activity                                                                [HASA-CB-111008]                         N76-10735
                                            A76-12302                   BEBAL FOBCTIOB
POLHOBiEI LBSIOHS                                                          Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the
   Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout                             unanesthetized dog and baboon
     curve on exposure to 17,600 ft                                                                                  A76-10098
                                            A76-12099                   BESPIBATIOB
                                                                           Respiratory resistance and the endurance of men
                                                                             working under thermal stress
                                                                             [AD-A011261]                            N76-10712
QUALIFICATION'S                                                            Toxic hazards research unit annual technical
   Hypertension             pilot fitness                                    report, 1971
                                                    A76-11173                [AD-A011559]                            H76-10718
   Valvular heart disease             pilot qualification               BBSPIBATOBY BATE
                                                    A76-1117II             Effect of elastic loading on ventilatocy response
                                                                             to hypoxia in conscious man
                                                                                                                     A76-12097
                                                                        BETIHA
BADIATIOH DOSAGE                                                           Two-point fluorophotometer for the human ocular
   Absorption characteristics of multilayered sphere                         fundns
     models exposed tc OHF/microwave radiation                                                                       A76-11119
     head tissue dosimetry phantom                                         Ocular effects of radiation: Retina
                                             A76-10991                                                               N76-11311
   Pathophysiologic aspects of exposure to microwave                    RETINAL IBAGES
                                             B76-1169U                     The processing of a colored signal by various
BADIAIIOB EFFECTS                                                            types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina
   Experimental models for the evaluation of                                                                         A76-12215
     microwave biological effects                                       IBEOELECTBICAL SIBOLATIOH
                                             A76-11844                     Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system
BADIATIOi BAZAEDS                                                                                                    A76-12565
   Radiation safety in space flights: fiadiobiological                  HHBOBBCBPHALOGBAPHY
     aspects      Russian book                                             Change in brain blood circulation during mental
                                             A76-10303                       activity
   Radiation hazards                                                                                                 A76-12302
     [AGARD-1S-78]                           B76-11693                  BHBOHBTBBS
   Biophysics - energy absorption and distribution                         Multichannel rheograph with linear conversion
                                             H76-11696                       characteristic and demodulation of pulsed blood
RADIO FBEQOBBCT BEA1IIG                                                      filling at minimum probe current
   Computation of the electromagnetic fields and                                                                     A76-12305
     induced temperatures within a model of the                         BIBOSDC1BIC ACIDS
     microwave-irradiated human eye                                        Fasting and renourishment of carp (Cyprinus Carpio
                                             A76-10997                       I) 3
                                                                               ..
   Experimental models for the evaluation of                                 [BASA-TT-F-16651]                       S76-11686
     microwave biological effects                                       BOBOTS
                                             A76-11811                     Design and fabrication of an end effector
RADIOBIOLOGT                                                                 [SASA-CR-111008]                        B76-10735
   Radiation safety in space flights: Radiobiological                   SOCKET LADBCBBBS
     aspects      Russian book                                             A simulation of the human shoulder      recoil from
                                             A76-10303                       rocket launchers
   Application of radioimmunoassay technigues in                             [AD-A012174]                            1176-11718
     support of toxicologic investigations of
     aircraft accidents
                                             A76-11719
RADIOGRAPH!                                                             SAFETY HABAGBBBBT
   Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to                         Determination of safe exposure levels:   Energy
     assessment of anterior myocardial infarction                            correlates of ocular damage
                                             A76-10650                                                               N76-11312
RADIOLOGY                                                               SEAT BELTS
   X-ray investigation in aviation and space medicine                      Dynamic tests of a yielding seat and seat belt
     [NASA-TT-F-804]                         B76-10705                       system for crash protection
RATS                                                                         [AEL/STBDC-358]                        1176-11725
   Chlorpromazine, piracetam, and the metabolism of                     SEDATIVES
     brain phospholipids in the rat                                        Chlorpromazine, piracetam, and the metabolism of
       [8ASA-TT-F-16652 ]                        N76-11688                   brain ph.ospholipids in the rat
REACTIOI TIRE                                                                [BASA-TT-F-16652]                      1176-11688
   Visual reaction tines during prolonged angular                       SBBICIBCULAB CABALS
     acceleration parallel the subjective perception                       Ernst Bach on the vestibular organ 100 years ago
     of rotation                                                                                                     A76-12130
                                            A76-10720                   SBIAGE
RBBBEATBIBS                                                                Rater hyacinths for upgrading sewage lagoons to
   Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response                         meet advanced wastewater treatment standards,
     to hypoxia in conscious man                                             part 1
                                            A76-12097                        [HASA-TB-X-72729]                       1176-10697
REFLEXES                                                                SB001DERS
   Responses to load disturbances in human shoulder                        Responses to load disturbances in human shoulder
     muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a                        muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a
     pulse test information signal                                           pulse test information signal
                                            A76-10U80                                                               476-10180
   Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex for different                      A simulation of the huiap shoulder     recoil from
     stages and cycles of nighttime sleep                                    rocket launchers
                                            A76-11377                        [AD-A012174]                            B76-11718
BBIBFOBCEBBBT (PSYCHOLOGY)                                              SIGBAL BEASOBBBBHT
   Evaluation of the energy expended in a learning                         The capability of fluoroscopic systems to
     situation (conditioning based on food                                   determine differential Roentgen-ray absorption
     reinforcement) by goldfish (Carassins Auratns L.)                                                              A76-11175
     [HASA-TT-F-16650]                       H76-11685                  SKYLAB PBOGBAB
                                                                           Skylab experiment B187 habitability/crew quarters
                                                                             [BASA-TB-X-58163]                       876-11727

                                                                 1-15
SKTLAB 3                                                                          SUBJECT IBDEX


SKILAB 3                                                          STATISTICAL ABALISIS
   Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and                 Computer-aided analysis of the probability
    orthostatic tolerance in response to loner body                    characteristics of the brain biopotentials in
    negative pressure during 59 days exposure to                       healthy man
    zero gravity Sky lab 3                                                                                    A76-11376
        [HASA-CB-111515]                      N76-10707              Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents
SLEEP                                                                                                          A76-11709
   Dynanics of the skin-galvanic reflex for different             SIBESS (PHYSIOLOGY)
     stages and cycles of nighttime sleep                            Increased rate of response of the
                                            A76-11377                  pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to
   Sleep-wakefulness determinations from heart rate                    chronic stress
     data                                                                                                      A76-11138
     [AD-A012275]                           N76-11716                The application of conductive cooling to human
SODIOH CHLORIDES                                                        operators
   The performance and capabilities of terrestrial                                                             A76-12161
     organisms in extreme and unusual gaseous and                    Stress modification of the toxicity of antimotion
     liquid environments. Performance of fungi in                       sickness drugs and Aspirin
     exotic and harsh environments                                                                             A76-12635
     [NASA-CB-115395]                       H76-10698                Bespiratory resistance and the endurance of men
SOLAB BADIATIOB                                                         working under thermal stress
   Beat stress in indigenous cattle     solar                           [AD-A011261]                           1176-10712
     radiation effects on east African zebu cattle                STBESS (PSYCHOLOGY)
     (Bos indicus)                                                   Effect of human psychoemotional stress and
                                              B76-11617                 physical activity on the age-related changes in
SPACE FLIGBT FBBDIIG                                                    the mechanical properties of arterial walls
   M-071 critical data analysis                                                                                A76-12562
     [NASA-CB-115692]                         B76-11692           STBESS COSCEBTBATIOB
SPACE FLIGHT SIBESS                                                  Differences between the deformation and strength
   Biochemical aspects of acclimatization of nan to                     characteristics of large blood vessels depending
     high altitude stress                                               on their localization, load direction and age of
                                              A76-12175                 the human subject
SPACE PLIGHT TBAIHISG                                                                                          A76-12563
   Advanced crev procedures development   technigues:             SDBGLASSES
     Procedures and performance program   training plan              Effects of colored lenses on visual performance
     [NASA-CB-111526]                         N76-10721                 [AD-A011572]                           B76-10728
   Advanced crev procedures development   technigues:             SOBFACE BEACTIOBS
     Procedures and performance program   description                The performance and capabilities of terrestrial
     [ BASA-CB-111517]                         H76-10731                organisms in extreme and unusual gaseous and
SPACE PBBCEPTIOB                                                        liquid environments. Performance of fungi in
   On the relation between time and space in the                        exotic and harsh environments
     visual discrimination of velocity                                  [BASA-CB-115395]                        B76-10698
                                              A76-10718           SilBB
SPACE BJTIOIS                                                        Biventricular dynamics during guantitated
   Space shuttle galley water system test program                       anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart
     [HASA-CB-1IK1531]                        H76-11726                                                        A76-12162
SPACE SHUTTLES
   Space shuttle galley water system test program
     [HASA-CB-1114531]                      H76-11726
SPACE SDITS                                                       TABLES (DATA)
   EV space suit gloves (passive)                                    Beport on computation of repetitive
     [HASA-CB-111527]                         N76-10732                 hyperbaric-hypobaric decompression tables
SPACECRAFT CABII ATBOSPBEBBS                                            [BASA-CB-111560]                       B76-11711
   Cabin Atmosphere Bcnitoring System (CABS),                     TABGET ACQOISITIOH
     pre-prototype model development continuation                    SEEKVAL project IA1: Effects of target number and
     [NASA-CB-111005]                       H76-10731                   clutter on static target acquisition
SPACECRAFT CABIIS                                                       [AD-A011516]                            B76-10723
   Skylab experiment H187 habitability/crew quarters                 SEEKVAL project IA1: Effects of color and
     [BASA-TB-X-S8163]                      H76-11727                   brightness contrast on target acquisition
SPACECBAFT EBVIBOBBEBTS                                                 [AD-A011517]                            N76-10721
   Experimental study of the constituents of space                   Effects of colored lenses on visual performance
     wash water                                                         [AD-A011572]                           B76-10728
     [HASA-CB-137735]                         H76-10706           TASKS
SPACBCBAFT STBBILIZJTIOI                                             The effect of a tracking task on speech
   Ecology and thermal inactivation of microbes in                      intelligibility in noise
     and on interplanetary space vehicle components                    [BAE-TB-75011]                           H76-11729
     [BASA-CB-115180]                       H76-10695             TECBBOLOGI DTILIZATIOH
SPACBCBB8S                                                           Integrated life sciences technology utilization
   Future space exploration: An egual opportunity                       development program
     employer?     selection of women for spacecrews                    [HASA-CB-111515]                       B76-11691
     [P-5192]                               N76-11706             IEHPEBATOBB EFFECTS
SPEECH BECOG1IT101                                                   Stress modification of the toxicity of antimotion
   Aviation andiometric lists                                           sickness drugs and Aspirin
                                              A76-11919                                                        A76-12635
SPHYGHOGBAEHI                                                     TEBSILE DEFOBHATIOB
   Inflight patient mcnitoring/blood pressure                        Differences between the deformation and strength
     measurement device                                                 characteristics of large blood vessels depending
     [AD-A011608]                           H76-10713                  on their localization, load direction and age of
SPLEEB                                                                  the human subject
   DBA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                                                                A76-12563
     during adaptation to high-altitude conditions                THBBHAL COBFOBT
                                              A76-10808              The application of conductive cooling to human
STAHDABDIZATIOB                                                        operators
   Report of the working party on standardization of                                                           A76-12161
     the international research group on colour                   THBBHAL BBSISTABCE
     vision deficiencies                                             Ecology and thermal inactivation of microbes in
     [IZF-1975-7]                           B76-10708                   and on interplanetary space vehicle components
                                                                       [BASA-CB-115180]                         H76-10695



                                                           1-16
                  SOBJECT IIDBI                                                                            VISOU ACOITI


THIBDS GLABD
   DBA synthesis IB the lymphoid organs of rats
     daring adaptation to high-altitude conditions
                                             476-10808           VASCOLAB SIS1EB
                                                                                              V
TIBB DISCBIBIIATIO*                                                 Pathological-anatomical   studies involving vascular
   On the relation between tue and space in the                       stenoses
     visual discrimination of velocity                                                                         A76-11874
                                             A76-10718              Hodel of vascular tonus       blood vessel mechanics
TIBE SH1BIBS                                                                                                   A76-12553
   The effect of time sharing on the performance of              VASOCOBSTBICUB DBOGS
     information processing tasks: A feedback                       Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the
     control analysis                                                 nnanesthetized dog and baboon
     [AD-i012023]                             H76-11724                                                       A76-10098
TISSUES (BIOlOGt)                                                   Interaction betveen pressor and depressor
   Absorption characteristics of inltilayered sphere                  mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial
     models exposed to OBF/microvave radiation                        pressure
     head tissue dosimetry phantom                                                                            A76-12217
                                             A76-10991           VASODILAIIOB
   Mathematical description of the properties of                    Interaction between pressor and depressor
     muscle tissae                                                    mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial
                                             A76-12S52                pressure
   Low-freguency acoustic characteristics of                                                                  476-12217
     biological tissues                                          VBLOCITI
                                             A76-12561              On the relation between time and space in the
   Engineering considerations and measurements                        visual discrimination of velocity
     electromagnetic field measurement in environment                                                         A76-10718
     and tissues after radiation exposure                        VBBTILAtlOB
                                             N76-11701              Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response
TOIIC HAZABDS                                                         to hypoxia in conscious man
   Toxic hazards research unit annual technical                                                               476-12097
     report, 1971                                                VBBTBBBAL COIDBB
     [4D-4011559]                            H76-10718              Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents
   Bealth hazard potential of HTP01 (trademark)                        (examination of 25 cases)
     polyurethane prepolymers                                         [BAE-LIB-TBAHS-1848]                    H76-10703
     CAD-A011997]                            H76-11721           VBSTIBOLAB HISTAGHOS
TOUCITI                                                             On the role of the hypothalamus in the mechanism
   Stress modification of the toncity of antimotion                   of positional nystagmus
     sickness drugs and Aspirin                                                                               A76-12213
                                             A76-12635              Botatory and vertical components of the eye
TOZICIII AID SAFETI BAZA8D                                            nystagmus induced by rotation in a horizontal
   Toxicity of decomposition products                                 plane
                                             476-10824                                                        476-12214
TOXICOLOGY                                                       OESTIBOLAB TESTS
   Comments on fire toxicity                                        Visual reaction times during prolonged angular
                                             A76-10823                acceleration parallel the subjective perception
   A bibliography of published information on                         of rotation
     combustion toiicology                                                                                    A76-10720
                                             A76-10825              iays of further perfecting methods of vestibular
   Error and artefact in post mortem toxicological                    selection      cumulative effects of Coriolis and
     analysis      aviation autopsy material                          centripetal accelerations
     contamination                                                                                            A76-11918
                                             476-11715           VESTIBULES
   Application of radioimmunoassay techniques in                    Ernst Bach on the vestibular organ 100 years ago
     support of toxicclogic investigations of                                                                 A76-12430
     aircraft accidents                                             Studies of orientational and postural mechanisms
                                             A76-11719                in a model neural system
   Toxic hazards research unit annual technical                       [AD-A012027]                            N76-11719
     report, 1974                                                VIBBATIOB DABPIBG
     [AD-A011559]                            K76-10718              Determination of the elastic and damping
   A revie* of the toxicology of halogenated fire                     properties of the human femoral bone during
     extinguishing agents                                             bending
     [AD-A011538]                            B76-11715                                                        A76-12558
TBAJECTOBY AIALISIS                                              VIBBATIOH EFFECTS
   Dynamics of biped iialk. II                                      Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
                                             476-11451                human hip bone
TBAHSFBB OF TBAIHISG                                                                                          A76-12560
   Training transfer of a formation flight trainer               VIDEO D4T4
         to aircraft formation flying                               The capability of fluoroscopic systems to
                                             476-12165                determine differential Boentgen-ray absorption
   Intermodal transfer in temporal discrimination                                                             476-11475
     of visual and acoustic stimuli duration                     VIEOSBS
                                             A76-12447              Evaluation of early recognition of viral
TBEHOBS                                                               infections in man      using specific gravity of
   The effect of a filtered control on operators*                     lymphocytes
     hand tremor                                                      [NASA-CB-144559]                        B76-11712
     [APBC-72/CS-7]                          B76-11723           VISCOEIASTICITT
                                                                    Theoretical study of some features of the dynamics

OLTBABIGH FBBQOBiCIIS
                           u                                          of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a
                                                                      one-dimensional viscoelastic medium
                                                                                                              A76-12557
   Absorption characteristics of multilayered sphere             VISUAL 4CDITI
     models exposed tc DHF/microvave radiation                      SEEKVAL project 141: Effects of target number and
     head tissue dosimetry phantom                                    clutter on static target acquisition
                                            A76-10991                 [AD-4011546]                             N76-10723
DLTBASOHICS                                                         SEEKVAL project 141: Effects of color and-
   Biological effects of ultrasound     on human beings               brightness contrast on target acquisition
                                            B76-11700                 [AD-A011547]                            876-10724
                                                                    Vision from a moving car (no.1)
                                                                      [HASA-TT-F-16638]                       876-11709

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VISUAL   DISCBIHIIATIOI                                                          SUBJECT IHDBI


VISUAL DISCBIMI1ATIOB
   On the relation between tine and space in the
     visual discrimination of velocity
                                             A76-10718           I BAT ABSOBPTIOB
   Influence of foveal load on the functional visual                The capability of fluoroscopic systems to
     field                                                            determine differential Boentgen-ray absorption
                                             A76-12UU6                                                       A76-11175
VISUAL FIELDS                                                    1 BAYS
   Influence of foveal load on the functional visual                Evaluation of lithium borate as a 7000-B dosimetei
     field                                                            [LA-5927-BS]                            B76-10699
                                             A76-124U6
   The compromise between visual field and
     magnification for an image intesifier with
     variable magnification
     [IZF-1975-6]                            H76-10722
VISUAL OBSEBVATIOI
   Human aspects of observation outside the space cabin
         in-flight astronaut visual operative capacity
                                             A76-12481
VISUAL PBBCEPTIOI
   Perception and extrapolation of velocity and
     acceleration
                                             476-10719
   Apparatus for the combined study of the functions
     of the auditory and visual analyzers
                                             A76-11921
   Intermodal transfer in temporal discrimination
     of visual and acoustic stimuli duration
                                             A76-12U17
   On the purpose of low-level vision
     [AD-A012392]                            N76-11720
VISUAL STIBDLI
   Visual reaction tines during prolonged angular
     acceleration parallel the subjective perception
     of rotation
                                             A76-10720
VISUAL TASKS
   Effects of shifts in the rate of repetitive
     stimulation on sustained attention
                                             A76-12445
   Effects of hypozia on peripheral visual response
     to dim stimuli
                                             A76-12525


BAKEFOLHBSS
                           w
   Sleep-wakefulness determinations from heart rate
      data
      [AD-A012275]                           H76-11716
•ALKIHG HACHIIES
   Dynamics of biped talk. II
                                             A76-11U51
WATEB
   Experimental study of the constituents of space
      wash water
      [NASA-CB-137735]                        H76-10706
•ATEB DEPTH
   Proceedings of the Undersea Medical Society
      workshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving
      to Depths Greater than 1,000 feet
      [AD-A011156]                            H76-10719
IATEB POLLDTIOH
   Plankton analysis training manual
      [PE-212008/1 ]                         N76-10700
BATES TBEATIEHT
   Hater hyacinths for upgrading sewage lagoons to
      meet advanced vastewater treatment standards,
      part 1
      [NASA-TH-X-72729 ]                      N76-10697
   Besearch on reverse osmosis membranes for
      purification of wash water at sterilization
      temperature (165 degrees F)
      [PB-2U2521/3]                          H76-11730
BEIGBTLESSSBSS
   Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and
      orthostatic tolerance in response to lower body
      negative pressure during 59 days exposure to
      zero gravity Skylab 3
      [NASA-CE-114U515]                       N76-10707
SOBK-BEST CTCLE
   Change in the functional state of the central
      nervous system and the motor apparatus of
      athletes under different conditions of activity
      and rest
                                             A76-123011




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                                                                                       PERSONAL AUTHOR INDEX
AEROSPACE M E D I C I N E AND BIOLOGY / A Continuing Bibliography (Suppl 151)                                                 FEBRUARY 1976



          Typical Personal Author Index Listing

              | PERSONAL AUTHOR [

ABBET, J.      D.        I
                                                                                           BACHBACH, A. J.
                                                                                                                      B
  - Advanced crew procedures development techniques:
      Procedures and performance program training plan                                        Human engineering considerations in the evaluation
      [JliSA-CB-111526]                      H76-10721                                          of diving equipment
                                                                                                [AD-A011680]                            S76-10709
                                                                                           BAEYBBS, 0. A.
                                                                                              Effects of oxygen and reduced glutathione on the
                                                                                                oxygen consumption of mouse liver
                                                                                                [AD-A012172]                            1176-11717
                                                                                           BAIL!, B. A.
                                                                                              The capability of fluoroscopic systems to
The title of the document is used to piovide the user with a brief description of               determine differential Roentgen-ray absorption
the subject matter The NASA or AIAA accession number is included in each                                                                A76-11175
entry to assist the user in locating the abstract m the abstract section of this           BAKLiVADZBIAB, 0. G.
supplement If applicable a report number is also included as an aid in identify-              Changes in the oxygen tension and bioelectrical
ing the document                                                                                activity of the animal brain in acute hypoxy
                                                                                                                                        A76-12211
                                                                                           BAB8BTT, B. D.
                                                                                              Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and
                                                                                                orthostatic tolerance in response to lower body
                                                                                                negative pressure during 59 days exposure to
                                                                                                zero gravity Skylab 3
ABSALOB, K. B.                                                                                  [NASA-CB-111515]                         B76-10707
   What is the mechanism of carbon monoxide toxicity                                       BASKABAH, A. S.
                                             A76-11717                                        Variations in psychomotor efficiency during
AGASBIB, F. K.                                                                                  prolonged stay at high altitude
   Governing lav of statistical biomechanics                                                                                            A76-1221M
                                             A76-12551                                     BAOBB, D. B.
AKOPIAB, I. S.                                                                                Studies of orientational and postural mechanisms
   Changes in the oxygen tension and bioelectrical                                              in a model neural system
     activity of the aninal brain in acute hypoxy                                               [AD-A012027]                            H76-11719
                                             A76-12211                                     BEATBICE, B. S.
AL-SADIB, J.                                                                                  Ocular effects of laser radiation: Cornea and
   Biventricular dynamics during guantitated                                                    anterior chamber
     anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart                                                                                       1176-11310
                                             A76-12162                                        Ocular effects of radiation: Retina
ALBIAHDEB, H.                                                                                                                           1176-11311
   The effects of personal protective equipoent upon                                       BELETSKII, V. ¥.
     the arm reach capability of USAF pilots                                                  Dynamics of biped walk. 11
     [AD-A011580]                             N76-10738                                                                                 A76-11151
ALLDB, J. B. J.                                                                            BELIAKOf, B. V.
   Responses to load disturbances in human shoulder                                           The deformation properties of contractile polymer
     muscles - The hypothesis that one component is a                                           structures Artificial muscles
     pulse test information signal                                                                                                      A76-12555
                                             476-10180                                     BELL, B. B.
AHSTEBDAH. BE.                                                                                On the relation between time and space in the
   Recommendations for subjects with ischemic heart                                             visual discrimination pf velocity
     disease                                                                                                                            A76-10718
                                             A76-11172                                     BBH-SIBA, I.
AHDBBSOH, I. H.                                                                               Two-point fluorophotometer for the human ocular
   Aviation cardiology in Canada                                                                fundus
                                             A76-11168                                                                                  A76-11119
ABTBOOABD, B.                                                                              BEHBOI, B. L.
   Evaluation of the energy expended in a learning                                            Advanced crew procedures development techniques:
     situation (conditioning based on food                                                      Procedures and performance program training plan
     reinforcement) by goldfish (Carassius Auratus L.)                                          [NASA-CB-111526]                        N76-10721
     [NASA-TT-F-16650 ]                      M76-11685                                     BEBIBGEB, D. B.
ABBET, J. D.                                                                                  The transition of experienced pilots to a
   Advanced crew procedures development techniques:                                             frequency-separated aircraft attitude display:
     Procedures and performance program training plan                                           A flight experiment
     [NASA-CB-111526]                        H76-10721                                          [AD-A001808]                           1176-10730
   Advanced crew procedures development techniques:                                        BEBLIBBB, D. S.
     Procedures and performance program description                                           Crew rest and nap-of-the-earth flying
     [NASA-CR-111517]                        H76-1073M                                                                                  A76-11712
AODBI, H. I.                                                                               BEBBI, IB.
   Visor system materials for aluminized firemen's                                            Hypertension
     hoods. Report no. 1: Problem identification                                                                                        A76-11173
     [AD-A011120]                            876-11731                                     BBT7S, H«
ADFFBET. R.                                                                                   Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response
   Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents                                               to hypoxia in conscious man
      (exanination of 25 cases)                                                                                                         A76-12097
     [HAE-LIB-TBAHS-ieia)                    B76-10703


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BOETTCHEB, D. B.                                                              PBBSONAL AOTHOB IBDBX


BOETTCBEB,   D. B.                                               BOSS, H.
   Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the                Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular
     unanesthetized dcg and baboon                                    stenoses
                                            A76-10098                                                        A76-11871
BOLLIHGBB, B.                                                    BDIBIAKOV, V. B.
   The effects of extended missions on the                          Determination of the elastic and damping
     performance of airborne command and control teams                properties of the humap femoral bone during
     [AC-A0115U9]                           H76-10729                 bending
BOLLINGEB,   B. B.                                                                                           A76-12558
   Biomedical cost of low-level flight in a hot                     Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
     environment                                                      human hip bone
                                            A76-11703                                                        A76-12560
BOBBISH*. I. K.
   The processing of a colored signal by various
     types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina
                                             A76-12215           CALLAHEH, G. G.
BOBLAiD, B. G.                                                      Future space exploration: An equal opportunity
   Determination of safe exposure levels: Energy                      employer?
     correlates of ocular damage                                      [P-5«92J                               H76-11706
                                             N76-11312           CAHPBEII, J. B.
BODCHB, G.                                                          Ecology and thermal inactivation of microbes in
   Fasting and renour ishment of carp (Cyprinus Carpio                and on interplanetary space vehicle components
     I) 3
      ..                                                              [NASA-CB-115480]                       B76-10695
     [NASA-TT-F-16651 ]                      1176-11686          CAHBOB, S. J.
BBAIOS, ¥. ».                                                       Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
   Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute                    man Description and critique of the method using
     hypoxia                                                          xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
                                             A76-12301                                                       A76-12163
BBEHHAB. D. B.                                                   CABIS, BB.
   Opthalmological examination of laser workers and                 Hypertension
     investigation of laser accidents                                                                        A76-11473
                                             H76-11315           CABBE, B.
BBESLEB, ». H.                                                      Fractures of the spine ip helicopter accidents
   The condition of the vascular net and the                           (examination of 25 cases)
     hemoencephalic barrier in the brain cortex of                    [BAE-LIB-TBAHS-18U8]                   M76-10703
     rats in the course of training for hypoxia                  CABBOLL, D. B,
                                             A76-12216              Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and
BBISTOR, BE.                                                          orthostatic tolerance in response to lower body
   Valvular heart disease                                             negative pressure during 59 days exposure to
                                             A76-11174                zero gravity Skylab 3
BBODBIH, B. B.                                                        [NASA-CB-11U515]                       U76-10707
   Computation of the electromagnetic fields and                 CABTEB, BB.
     induced temperatures within a model of the                     Hypertension
     microwave-irradiated human eye                                                                          A76-11173
                                             A76-10997           CABBELI, G. IU
BBOOKS, B.                                                          Biomedical cost of low-level flight in a hot
   Biventricular dynamics during guantitated                          environment
     anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart                                                            A76-11703
                                             A76-12162           CASABELLA, I. J.
BBOBB, 1. B.                                                        Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
   Circadian rhythm of leaf movement in Capsicum                      man Description and critique of the method using
     annuum observed during centrifugation                            xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
     [NASA-CB-115614]                        H76-11705                                                       A76-12163
BBOBH, J. B. C.                                                  CASTILLO-OLIVABES. J. L.
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kinetics               Seduction of the bacterial contamination by the
     during hyperthernia in the physiological range                   use of laminar flow in the construction of
     [AD-A011U81]                            H76-1071U                cardiac valves
   Cellular viability, metabolism and growth kientics                 [HASA-TT-F-16643]                      N76-11708
     during hyperthermia in the physiological range              CHAICHEBKO, G. B.
     [AD-A011M82]                            876-10715              Change in the functional state of the central
BBDCE, BE.                                                            nervous system and the motor apparatus of
   Identification of ischemic heart disease                           athletes under different conditions of activity
                                             A76-11171                and rest
BETAS, 1. C.                                                                                                 A76-12301
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                      CHAPBAB, D. K.
                                             A76-12098              Circadian rhythm of leaf movement in Capsicum
   Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout                      annuum observed during centrifugation
     curve on exposure to 17,600 ft                                   [NASA-CH-1115611]                      H76-11705
                                             A76-12099           CHAPBAB, B. f.
BBIABT. P. J.                                                       A bibliography of published information on
   Application of cabin atmosphere monitors to rapid                  combustion toxicology
     screening of breath samples for the early                                                               A76-10825
     detection of disease states                                 CHBITLIB, BB.
     [BASA-CB-1<t45lt8J                      H76-11713              Valvular heart disease
BOBGOEI, I.                                                                                                  A76-11174
   Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to               CHEBBO?A, I. V.
     assessment of anterior myocardial infarction                   Bathematical description of the properties of
                                             A76-10650                muscle tissue
BDBSACK, I. 1.                                                                                               A76-12552
   Cabin Atmosphere flcnitoring System (CADS),                   CHBBTKOVA, B. S.
     pre-prototype model development continuation                   Reaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the
     [NASA-CB-141005]                        B76-10731                peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric
BOBTOI, B. B.                                                         oxygenation during oxygen deficiency ID the
   Heart pathology associated with exposure to high                   organism
     sustained +Gz                                                                                           A76-11238
                                             A76-11706           CBISOB, G. 1.
                                                                    Laboratory assessment of the AB/PVS-5 night vision
                                                                      goggle
                                                                      [AD-A011053]                            B76-107UO

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               PBBSOBAl AOIHOB IIDBZ                                                                      FBOBBB, B. 6.



CBOO, C. E.                                                      DODSOH, J. D.
   Hicrowave induced acoustic effects in mammalian                  EV space salt gloves (passive)
     auditory systems                                                 [BASA-CB-144527]                       B76-10732
                                             1176-11699          DOHIHGBBZ, A. H.
CHOIKI1, A. E.                                                      Application of radioimmnnoassay techniques in
   Bicroelectrode study of the distribution of oxygen                 support of toxicologic investigations of
     tension in the brain                                             aircraft accidents
                                             &76-12212                                                       A76-11719
COCKETT, A. I. K.
   The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: In
     overview vith emphasis on plasma and lipid changes
     [AD-A011153]                            H76-10711           BDBL, p. 0.
COCKETT, I. S.                                                      Report on computation of repetitive
   The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: in                  hyperbaric-hypobaric decompression tables
     overview with emphasis on plasia and lipid changes               [BASA-CB-144560]                        H76-11714
     [AD-A011153]                            B76-10711           BGOBOV. I. A.
COIABGBLO, E. J.                                                    DBA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats
   Cervicocraninm and the aviator's protective helcet                 during adaptation to high-altitude conditions
                                             A76-11710                                                        A76-10808
COLOHBO. 6. V.                                                   BGSCBOH, G. B.
   Experimental stady of the constituents of space                  Human engineering considerations in the evaluation
     •ash water                                                       of diving equipment
     [BASA-CB-137735]                        B76-10706                [AD-A011680]                            B76-10709
CBAIG, F. B.                                                     BLUBS, I.
   Bespiratory resistance and the endurance of men                  ET space suit gloves (passive)
     working under thermal stress                                     [BASA-CB-144527]                        B76-10732
     [AE-A011261]                             H76-10712          ELLBSIAD, BB.
CBEACB, I.                                                          Identification of ischemic heart disease
   Starvation and refeeding of carp (Cyprinus Carpio 1)                                                       A76-11171
     [SASA-TT-F-16649 ]                      H76-10696           BBGBLKEB, B. J.
CBEFEAO. B. L.                                                      Evaluation of two link GAT-1 .trainer tasks by
   The capability of fluoroscopic systems to                          experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels
     determine differential Boentgen-ray absorption                   [AD-A011607]                            B76-10725
                                             A76-11475           B7BBIBOYA, T. B.
CHOSSLET, F. B. B.                                                  The dependence of the content and concentration of
   Design and fabrication of an end effector                          products of enzymatic oxidation on the size of
     [SASA-CB-144008]                        B76-10735                coacervate droplets
CDBBI, B. E.                                                                                                  A76-10809
   The analysis of the pilot's cognitive and decision
     processes
     [BASA-CB-145739]                        B76-11722
CZEBSKI, P.                                                      FAITBLBBBG, B. 0.
   Experimental models for the evaluation of                        Change in absorption and secretion functions of
     microwave biological effects                                     small intestine under the influence of rocking
                                             A76-11811                                                       A76-12303
                                                                 FABABD
                                                                    Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents
                                                                       (examination of 25 cases)
DABL, A. 0.                                                           [BAE-LIB-TBAHS-1848]                   876-10703
   Circadian rhythm of leaf movement in Capsicum                 FIGDEAB, 0.
     annuum observed during centrifugation                          Beduction of the bacterial contamination by the
     [BASA-CB-1H561II]                       B76-11705                use of laminar flow in the construction of
DAVIS, T. Q.                                                          cardiac valves
   Evaluation of tvo link GAT-1 trainer tasks by                      [NASA-TT-F-16643]                       N76-11708
     experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels             FIBCB, V. A.
     [AD-A011607]                            B76-10725              Heat stress in indigenous cattle
DBAS, P. J.                                                                                                  B76-11647
   Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents               FITZGIBBOB, G. H.
                                            A76-11709               Cardiomyopathy - The frequently forgotten mimic:
DBLABATB, B. P.                                                       Clinical and open-chest myocardial biopsy studies
   Fractures of the spine in helicopter accidents                                                            A76-11705
      (examination of 25 cases)                                  FLBTCBEB, B. G.
     t8AE-LIB-TBANS-1848]                   H76-10703               EV space suit gloves (passive)
DEBCBEHKO, I. T.                                                      [NASA-CR-144527]                        B76-10732
   Hicroelectrode study of the distribution of oxygen            FOBLBB, 0. L.
     tension in the brain                                           Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
                                            A76-12212                 man Description and critique of the method using
DEHSKI, L. S.                                                         xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
   Studies of orientational and postural mechanisms                                                          A76-12163
     in a model neural system                                    FOX, BB.
     [AD-A012027]                           N76-11719               Identification of ischemic heart disease
DBTCBBVA-BIBOVA, Z.                                                                                          A76-11471
   Influence of Zsub 1210 cell growth of cells                   FBEBDBAB, B. B.
     sterilized by ionizing radiations                              Effect of altitude exposure on platelets
     [HASA-TT-F-16538]                      1176-11689                                                       A76-12098
DGBBOADZE, B. A.                                                 FBBIS, BB.
   Beaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the                 Hypertension
     peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric                                                                  •A76-11473
     oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the                 FBOLOV, K. V.
     organism                                                       Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
                                            A76-11238                 human hip bone
DIABOBD, f.                                                                                                  A76-12560
   Bealth hazard potential of HYPOL (trademark)                  FBOBBE, B. G.
     polynrethane prepolymers                                       Localization of 3H-gamma-aminobutyric acid in the
     [AD-A011997]                            1176-11721               cochlea. Light and electron microscopia
000GB, BB.                                                            autoradicgraphy
   Identification of ischemic heart disease                           [HASA-TT-F-16661]                      H76-11687
                                             A76-11U71



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FBIKBOLB. IB.                                                                PEBSOHAL AOTHOB IBDBI



FBIItBOLB, BB.                                                  HALSEI, fl. J.
   Beconmendations for subjects with ischemic heart                Proceedings of the Dndersea Bedical Society
      disease                                                        lorkshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving
                                             A76-11472               to Depths Greater than 1,000 feet
FDHTIK07. B. A.                                                      [AD-A011456]                            H76-10719
   The processing of a colored signal by various                HAHHOB, J. P.
      types of ganglionic cells in the frog retina                 Body composition of mice following exposure to
                                             A76-12215               4300 and 6100 meters
                                                                                                             A76-11704
                                                                BARB, 0. J.
                                                                   On the relation between time and space in the
GEHSIBI, BB.                                                         visual discrimination of velocity
   Identification of ischemic heart disease                                                                  A76-10718
                                             476-11171          BABFEB, P.
610E6E, H. E.                                                      Biventricular dynamics during guantitated
   Effects of monomethylhydrazine on red blood cell                  anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart
     metabolisi                                                                                              A76-12162
     [AD-A011548]                            H76-10717          BABBIS, I. A,
GEIBAB. I. t.                                                      Cabin Atmosphere Monitoring System (CAMS),
   Hultichannel rheograph with linear conversion                     pre-prototype model development continuation
     characteristic and denodulation of pulsed blood                 [BASA-CB-141005]                        1176-10731
     filling at minimum probe current                           HABT, B. S.
                                             A76-12305             Effects of colored lenses on visual performance
GIFFOBD, BB.                                                         [AD-A011572]                            H76-10728
   Hypertension                                                 HABTBAH, B. 0.
                                             A76-11473             The effects of extended missions on the
GLADKII. S. ?.                                                       performance of airborne command and control teams
   Change in absorption and secretion functions of                   [AD-A011549]                             H76-10729
     snail intestine under the influence of rocking             HEABI, S. O.
                                             A76-12303             Dynamic tests of a yielding seat and seat belt
GOLDBAOB, L. B.                                                      system for crash protection
   What, is the mechanism of carbon monoxide toxicity                [ABL/S1BDC-358]                        H76-11725
                                             A76-11717          HEGSTED, D. B.
GOLDBBBG. 1. L.                                                    M-071 critical data analysis
   Regulation of protein and ammo acid degradation                   [SASA-CB-145692]                       N76-11692
     in skeletal muscle                                         BBSS, V.
     [AD-A011508]                            N76-10710             Ernst Mach on the vestibular organ 100 years ago
GOLDBERG, B.                                                                                                 A76-12430
   Prototype cold weather headwear                              BEBBI, P. B.
     [AD-A012311]                            N76-11732             Evaluation of two link GAT-1 trainer tasks by
GOHCHAB, B. S.                                                       experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels
   Apparatus for the combined study of the functions                 [AD-A011607]                           1176-10725
     of the auditory and visual analyzers                       HEBIIG, F. J.
                                             A76-11921             Measurements of lysosomal enzyme activities and
GOODIIB, A.                                                          lancine incorporation rates in the brains of
   Stress modification of the toxicity of antimotion                 young and old rats after applications of piracetam
     sickness drugs and Aspirin                                      [BASA-I1-F-16653]                       N76-10704
                                             A76-12635          BEBIBG, B.
G01EB. B. J.                                                       Measurements of lysosomal enzyme activities and
   Analysis of changes in leg volume parameters, and                 laucine incorporation rates in the brains of
     orthostatic tolerance in response to lower body                 young and old rats after applications of piracetam
     negative pressure during 59 days exposure to                    [HASA-1T-F-16653]                       B76-10704
     zero gravity Skylab 3                                      BEYHDBICKX, G. B.
     [BASA-CB-144515]                        H76-10707             Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the
GBAT, 6. fl.                                                         unanesthetized dog and baboon
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                                                                  A76-10098
                                             A76-12098          BICKLBB, MB.
   Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout                   Hypertension
     carve on exposure to 17,600 ft                                                                          A76-11473
                                             A76-12099          HIGGIHS, B. C.
GBIGOBBV, ID. G.                                                   Practice and incentive effects on learner
   Radiation safety in space flights: Badiobiological                performance: Aircraft instrument comprehension
     aspects                                                         task
                                             A76-10303               [AD-A011616]                            M76-10726
GDSEIHOV, F. 1.                                                 HILADO, 0. J.
   DMA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                    A bibliography of published information on
     during adaptation to high-altitude conditions                   combustion toxicology
                                             A76-10808                                                       A76-10825
GDI, A. f.                                                      HILGBHDOBF, B. L.
   Biophysics - energy absorption and distribution                 SEEK7AL project IA1: Effects of target number and
                                             N76-11696               clutter on static target acquisition
   Microwave induced acoustic effects in mammalian                   [AD-A011546]                            K76-10723
     auditory systems                                              SEEKVA1 project 141: Effects of color and
                                             H76-11699               brightness contrast on target acquisition
   Engineering considerations and measurements                       [AD-4011547]                            B76-10724
                                             N76-11701          BILL, C. B.
                                                                   Biological effects of ultrasound
                                                                                                             H76-11700
                            H                                   HOFFMAN, B. F.
BALL, SB.                                                          Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
   Valvular heart disease                                            arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic
                                             476-11474               effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
BALLICR, T. B.                                                       and blockage. Part E
   Electrochemical air revitalization system                                                                 A76-11450
     optimization investigation                                 BOLM, D. B.
     [HASA-CB-144521]                        K76-10733             Evaluation of lithium borate as a 7000-R dosimeter
                                                                     [LA-5927-MS]                            B76-10699



                                                         1-22
                PEBSOBAL 4DTBOB ISDEX                                                                   KUZBETSOV, V. S.



BODSTOB, C. S.                                                    KBBOST, 10. B.
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                          The dependence of the content and concentration of
                                            676-12098                  products of enzymatic oxidation on the size of
   Changes ID the single-breath nitrogen washout                       coacervate droplets
     carve on exposure to 17,600 ft                                                                           476-10809
                                            676-12099             KIBO, B.
BOSS, B. C.                                                          Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise
   Hodnlation of evoked responses during behavioral                    - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening
     motor inhibiticn in the cat                                       for cardiovascular disease
     [AD-A011157]                           B76-10727                                                         476-11119
BOLTGBBB, BE.                                                     KSOBBEL, BE.
   Valvular heart disease                                            Recommendations for subjects uith ischeaic heart
                                            476-11171                  disease
BDBPBBIBS, BE.                                                                                                A76-11172
   Identification of ischeaic heart disease                       KOBBICR, J. L.
                                            476-11471                Effects of hypoxia on peripheral visual response
                                                                       to din stimuli
                                                                                                              A76-12525
                                                                  KOCHOBBI, B. I.
IABTSE7, 10. A.                                                      Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex for different
   Rorphological and functional aspects of studying                    stages and cycles of nighttime sleep
     some mechanical properties of the human aorta                                                            476-11377
                                            476-125611            KOBOLOV4, 6. S.
IKEDA, B.                                                            DN4 synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats
   Influence of foveal load on the functional visual                   during adaptation to high-altitude conditions
     field                                                                                                    476-10808
                                            476-12116             KOBDBATEHKO, V. I.
IS4B4BV4, V. 4.                                                      Computer-aided analysis of the probability
   DHA synthesis in the lymphoid organs of rats                        characteristics of the brain biopotentials in
     during adaptation to high-altitude conditions                     healthy man
                                            476-10808                                                         476-11376
IDGiHOV, E. B.                                                    KOPAHEV, T. I.
   Rays of further perfecting methods of vestibular                  Some particulars on the training of aviation
     selection                                                         physicians
                                            476-11918                                                         476-11917
IVASOV, V. V.                                                     KOECZTBSKI, B. D.
   Ways of further perfecting methods of vestibular                  Inflight patient monitoring/blood pressure
     selection                                                         measurement device
                                            476-11918                  [4D-4011608]                            H76-10713
I7ASHCHOK, 4. G.                                                  KOBIOKIH, T. E.
   4n evaluation of results of ergometric studies                    On the role of the hypothalamus in the mechanism
     [HASA-TT-F-16611 ]                     H76-11711                  of positional nystagmus
                                                                                                              476-12213
                                                                  KOTTAS, B.
                                                                     On the relation between time and space in the
JOBHSOH. C. C.                                                         visual discrimination of velocity
   Skylab experiment B187 habitability/crew quarters                                                          A76-10718
     [NAS6-TH-X-58163]                      H76-11727             KODCBOOKODS, BB.
JOHHSTOS, B. B.                                                      Valvular heart disease
   The effect of a tracking task on speech                                                                    476-11171
     intelligibility in noise                                     KBAHBB, B. B.
     [B4E-TB-75011]                         1176-11729               4 simulation of the human shoulder
JDFFB, 6.                                                              [4D-A012171]                           B76-11718
   Seduction of the bacterial contamination by the                RB4DS, B.
     use of laminar flow in the construction of                      Localization of 3H-gamma-aminobutyric acid in the
     cardiac valves                                                    cochlea. Light and electron microscopic
     [NAS4-TT-F-16613 ]                     H76-11708                  autoradiography
                                                                       [BASA-TT-F-16661]                      1176-11687
                                                                  KBBGBBS, 6. F.
                                                                     Differences between the deformation and strength
KAHHEL,   BE.                                                          characteristics of large blood vessels depending
   Identification of ischemic heart disease                            on their localization, load direction and age of
                                              476-11171                the human subject
KABP, B. B.                                                                                                   476-12563
  Frequency analyzer for EEG signals                              KBBBDBL, E. S.
                                            476-11200                Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a
KASIABOV, V. 4.                                                        man-machine system
   Differences between the deformation and strength                                                           476-11061
     characteristics of large blood vessels depending             KBOEBBB, K. B. E.
     on their localization, load direction and age of                Designing for muscular strength of various
     the h u m a n subject                                             populations
                                            A76-12563                  [AD-4011537]                           1176-10737
KATALOV, B. I.                                                       Human force capabilities for operating aircraft
   Aviation andiometric lists                                          controls at 1, 3, and 5 GZ
                                            476-11919                  [4D-4011515]                           H76-10739
KEISEB, B. I.                                                     KBOLB1ITZ, J. E.
   Evaluation of two link GAT-1 trainer tasks by                     Effects of shifts in the rate of repetitive
     experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels                   stimulation on sustained attention
     [4D-4011607]                           H76-10725                                                         476-12115
KE1TOH, 4. 4.                                                     EOIBBBIOS, B.
   Evaluation of early recognition of viral                          Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to
     infections in man                                                 assessment of anterior myocardial infarction
     [HAS4-CB-111559]                       H76-11712                                                         476-10650
KHOBEHKO, V. L.                                                   KOBASHVIII, V. 4.
   An evaluation of results of ergometric studies                    4viation audiometric lists
     [H4S4-TT-F-16611]                        1176-11711                                                      476-11919
                                                                  EUZBBTSOV. V. S.
                                                                     Aviation audiometric lists
                                                                                                              476-11919


                                                           1-23
LAC08TI, A. B.                                                         PEBSOHAL AOIHOB IBDEX



                                                          HAHOBTOVA, T. V.
                                                             The dependence of the content and concentration of
                                                               products of enzynatic oxidation on the size of
LACOHTI. A. B.                                                 coacervate droplets
   Research on reverse osmosis membranes for                                                          A76-10809
     purification of wash water at sterilization          HAHDEBS, 8. 8.
     temperature (165 degrees F)                             Application of radioimmnnoassay techniques in
     [PB-2H2521/3]                           B76-11730         support of toxicologic investigations of
LABCASTEB, H. C.                                               aircraft accidents
   Evaluation of two link GAT-1 trainer tasks by                                                      A76-11719
     experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels      HABGELSDOBF, D.
     [AD-A011607]                            H76-10725       Prototype cold weather headwear
LABCB, V. I.                                                   [AD-A012314]                           B76-11732
   Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise      HAHGIABACIBA. A. A.
     - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening           Advanced crew procedures development techniques:
     for cardiovascular disease                                Procedures and performance program description
                                             A76-11<149        CBASA-CB-1HU517]                       H76-10734
LAPAEV, S. V.                                             HAHKIB, HB.
   Hays of further perfecting methods of vestibular          Identification of ischemic heart disease
     selection                                                                                        A76-11471
                                             A76-11918    HASHING, G. 8.
LAPPIB, J. S.                                                Aviation cardiology in Canada
   On the relation betveen time and space in the                                                      A76-11168
     visual discrimination of velocity                    HABSDEOV, A. B.
                                             A76-10718       X-ray investigation in aviation and space medicine
LADBACH, L.                                                    [HASA-TI-F-8011]                       H76-10705
   The effects of personal protective equipment upon      HABB, D.
     the arm reach capability of DSAF pilots                 On the purpose of low-level vision
     [AD-A011580]                            S76-10738         [AD-A012392]                           B76-11720
LAiTOB, H. B.                                             HABBA, C.
   Evaluation of early recognition of viral                  Stress modification of the toxicity of antinotion
     infections in man                                         sickness drugs and Aspirin
     [HASA-CB-1MU559;)                       1176-11712                                               A76-12635
LEIGH, J. D.                                              HABIZ, HB.
   Quantitative respirator man-testing and                   Bypertension
     anthropometric survey                                                                            A76-11173
     [BFP-2358]                              N76-11728    HASBKOVSKII, T. G.
LBHESH, V. V.                                                Some hemodynamic indices at high altitude at rest
   Bemodynamic indicators in air personnel of varying          and after intense physical exercise
     ages                                                      [HASA-TT-F-16639]                      M76-11710
                                             A76-11920    HASSABO, D. 8.
LBVAKOVSKII, F. L.                                           Backward recognition masking
   Change in the functional state of the central                                                      A76-12337
     nervous system and the motor apparatus of            HAfTSOB, 0. I.
     athletes under different conditions of activity         Visual reaction times during prolonged angular
     and rest                                                  acceleration parallel the subjective perception
                                             A76-1230U         of rotation
LEVASHOV, a. H.                                                                                       A76-10720
   Botatory and vertical components of the eye            HCALLISTEB, HB.
     nystagmus induced by rotation in a horizontal           Valvular heart disease
     plane                                                                                            A76-11471I
                                             A76-12211    BCDOBALD, B. C.
LEVIK, 10. S.                                                Hater hyacinths for upgrading sewage lagoons to
   Effect of a sequence of activating pulses on the            meet advanced wastewater treatment standards,
     contractile properties of muscle                          part 1
                                             A76-12556         [SASA-TH-X-72729]                       B76-10697
LEVY, HB.                                                 HCFADDEB, D. H.
   Identification of ischemic heart disease                  Effect of altitude exposure on platelets
                                             A76-11471                                                A76-12098
LEBIS, 8. f.                                                 Changes in the single-breath nitrogen washout
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                    curve on exposure to 17,600 ft
                                             A76-12098                                                A76-12099
LIKOFF, HB.                                               HCBEHBT, HB.
   Becommendations for subjects with ischemic heart          Identification of ischemic heart disease
     disease                                                                                          A76-11171
                                             A76-11472    HCHEEKIB, HB.
LISEBBT, B.                                                  Becommendations for subjects with ischenic heart
   Sleep-wakefulness determinations from heart rate            disease
     data                                                                                             A76-11172
     [AD-&012275]                           H76-11716     HCHEBKIS, B. B.
                                                             Analysis of gases and pB of blood at altitude
                           M                                                                          A76-11718
                                                             Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
HACBfEB, J. D.                                                 in aviation medicine
   Toxic hazards research unit annual technical                                                       A76-11720
     report, 1974                                         HCBBB, B. C.
     [AD-A011559]                           B76-10718        Evaluation of two link GAT-1 trainer tasks by
HACKEBZIB, I. F.                                               experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels
   Heart pathology associated with exposure to high            [AD-A011607]                           1176-10725
     sustained + Gz                                       HBIEB, H. J.
                                            A76-11706        Effects of oxygen and reduced glutathione on the
HALAISB, E. F.                                                 oxygen consumption of mouse liver
   Influence of Zsnb 1210 cell growth of cells                 [AD-A012172]                            H76-11717
     sterilized by ionizing radiations                    HEBCBIE, 6.
     [HASA-TT-F-16538]                       H76-11689       Cs-131 myocardial scintigraphy - Application to
BALBOTBA, H. S.                                                assessment of anterior myocardial infarction
   Variations in psychomotor efficiency during                                                        A76-10650
     prolonged stay at high altitude
                                            A76-122I44
                 PBBSOIAL AOfHOB IHDEI                                                                    BBBUCK, 1. 3.



BICHAELSOH. S. B.                                                OHABA, B.
   Pathophysiologic aspects of exposure to microvave                vision from a moving car (no.1)
                                            H76-11694                 [HASA-TT-F-16638]                      H76-11709
   Endocrine and central nervous system effects of               OBLADI, B. 1.
     microwave exposure                                             Operational aspects of pilot incapacitation in a
                                            H76-11698                 aulticrev airliner
BIKHETBV, 1. I.                                                                                              A76-11469
   An evaluation of results of ergonetnc studies
     [HASA-TT-F-16641]                    H76-11711
BILEHSKI,   J.
   SEEK7AL project IA1: Effects of target number and             PALTSB». B. I.
     clutter on static target acquisition                           Theoretical study of sole features of the dynamics
     [AD-A011516]                           S76-10723                 of the behavior of skeletal muscle as a
   SEEKVAL project IA1: Effects of color and                          one-dimensional viscoelastic medium
     brightness contrast on target acquisition                                                                A76-12557
     [AD-A011517]                            H76-10724           FABOVKO, G. IA.
BIBS. J. L., Ill                                                    Oetermnation of the elastic and dapping
   Ocular hypertension and chronic open-angle                         properties of the human femoral bone during
     glancona in OSAF pilots and navigators                           bending
     [AD-A010588]                            H76-10720                                                        A76-12558
BI1CBBIL. J. C.                                                     Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
   Electromagnetic radiation effects on the eye                       human hip bone
                                            N76-11697                                                        A76-12560
   Electromagnetic interference of cardiac pacemakers            PAHLST, S. B.
                                            H76-11702               The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: An
H08TGOBEBY, B. B.                                                     overview with emphasis on plasna and lipid changes
   Comments on fire toxicity                                          [AD-A011153]                           M76-10711
                                            A76-10823            PATHS, B. J.
BOBBIS. BB.                                                         Evaluation of lithium borate as a 7000-B dosimeter
   Recommendations for subjects with ischenic heart                   [LA-5927-BS]                            U76-10699
     disease                                                     PBBBA, B. J.
                                            A76-11472               Seduction of the bacterial contamination by the
BOBBAI, F. B.                                                         use of laminar flov in the construction of
   Laboratory assessment of the AB/PVS-5 night vision                 cardiac valves
     goggle                                                           [HASA-TT-F-16643]                       H76-11708
     [AD-A011053]                           N76-10740            PETTIJOHB, F. S.
                                                                    Coronary artery disease and preventive cardiology
                                                                      in aviation medicine
                                                                                                             A76-11720
BABBOHBE, 3. ¥.                                                  PIEIFFEB, A.
   Fasting and renonrishnent of carp (Cyprinns Carpio               Bolecnlar memory?
     1) 3
      ..                                                              [SASA-11-F-1665H]                       H76-11690
     [HASA-TT-F-16651 ]                      H76-11686           PIBO607A, 0. IA.
NBiELL. G.                                                          Change in the functional state of the central
   Effect of altitude exposure on platelets                           nervous system and the motor apparatus of
                                             A76-12098                athletes under different conditions of activity
SIBHBLA, B. J.                                                        and rest
   Detection of a change in plant dynamics in a                                                               A76-12301I
     man-machine system                                          PLATI, 0.
                                             A76-11064              Measurements of lysosomal enzyme activities and
BIINIKOSKI, J.                                                        laucine incorporation rates in the brains of
   Oxygen and trauma: Studies on pulmonary oxygen                     young and old rats after applications of piracetam
     poisoning and the role of oxygen in repair                       [MASA-TT-F-16653]                       N76-10701
     processes                                                   FOBEBABTSE7, V. P.
     [AD-A01T408]                            1176-10716             An evaluation of results of ergometric studies
HIKIFOBOV, A. A.                                                      (HASA-TT-F-166U1]                       N76-11711
   The condition of the vascular net and the                     FOTEBKIH, B. A.
     hemoencephalic barrier in the brain cortex of                  Determination of the elastic and damping
     rats in toe course of training for hypoxia                       properties of the human femoral bone during
                                         1
                                             A76-12216                bending
BIKOLABV, A. G.                                                                                              A76-12558
   Human aspects of observation outside the space cabin             Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
                                             A76-12481                human hip bone
IOBLB, B. E.                                                                                                 A76-12560
   Helmets and head protection in CF ejections                   POTHAB, D. F.
     1967-1973                                                      Experimental study of the constituents of space
                                             A76-11711                wash water
SOLAS, B. E.                                                          [BASA-CB-137735]                        H76-10706
   Research on reverse osmosis membranes for
     purification of wash water at sterilization
     temperature (165 degrees F)
     [PB-2i)2521/3 j                         S76-11730           BAHIBEZ, B. 6.
HOVIKOV, A. A.                                                      ihat is the mechanism of carbon monoxide toxicity
   Multichannel rheograph with linear conversion                                                              A76-11717
     characteristic and demodulation of pulsed blood             BASHBAH, S. B.
     filling at minimum probe current                               Change in brain blood circulation during mental
                                             A76-12305                activity
                                                                                                              A76-12302
                                                                 BASOLCV, B. B.
                                                                    Interaction between pressor and depressor
ODESSBT, B.                                                           mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial
   Regulation of protein and ammo acid degradation                    pressure
     in skeletal muscle                                                                                       A76-12217
     [AD-A011508]                            876-10710           BEBDCK. A. S.
ODOHBBLL, B. D.                                                     Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response
   The effects of extended missions on the                            to hypoxia in conscious man
     performance of airborne command and control teams                                                        A76-12097
     [AD-A011519]                           H76-10729



                                                          I-2S
BEGIBBB, S. 1.                                                                EBBSOHA1 AOTHOB IBDBZ


BEGIBBB, S. 4.                                                   BYBALO?, 4. I.
   Mathematical description of the properties of                    Computer-aided analysis of the probability
     muscle tissue                                                    characteristics of the brain biopotentials in
                                             476-12552                healthy man
   Hodel of vascular tonus                                                                                   476-11376
                                             476-12553
BBID, G. B.
   Training transfer of a foriation flight trainer
                                             476-12165           SAFABASBVILI, 6. 4.
BBIBH4BDT, C. I.                                                    Study of the propagation of vibrations along the
   Comments on fire toxicity                                          human hip bone
                                             476-10823                                                        476-12560
BBSHEKOV, I.                                                     SAKELLABIS, F. C.
   Biventricular dynamics during guantitated                        Increased rate of response of the
     anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart                     pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to
                                             476-12162                chronic stress
BBOSE, J. J.                                                                                                  476-11138
   Chlorpromazine, piracetan, and the metabolise of              SABTSCEI. B.
     brain phospholipids in the rat                                 Prototype cold weather headwear
     [H4S4-TT-F-16652]                        H76-11688               [4D-4012311]                            H76-11732
BEI, 6. 4.                                                       SABBilLHB, S. B.
   Inflight patient monitoring/blood pressure                       Dynamic tests of a yielding seat and seat belt
     measurenent device                                               system for crash protection
     [4D-4011608]                            1176-10713               [4BL/STBDC-358]                         S76-11725
BBIBS, 4. I.                                                     SAB74ZI4B. 4. t.
   Ecology and thermal inactivation of microbes in                  Low-freguency acoustic characteristics of
     and on interplanetary space vehicle components                   biological tissues
     [N4S4-CB-115180]                        H76-10695                                                        476-12561
BICB, B.                                                         SAOHDEBS, B. 4.
   Biventricular dynamics during guantitated                        Effect of elastic loading on ventilatory response
     anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart                     to hypoxia in conscious man
                                             476-12162                                                        476-12097
BICHABDSOI, B. C.                                                SCHHIDT, D. B.
   Sleep-wakefulness determinations from heart rate                 Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
     data                                                             man Description and critique of the method using
     [4D-4012275]                            N76-11716                xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
BICBBATB, 8.                                                                                                  476-12163
   Localization of 3H-gamma-aminobutync acid in the              SCBOEBB4CKBBS, J.
     cochlea. Light and electron microscopic                        Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular
     autoradiography                                                  stenoses
     [H4SA-TT-F-16661]                        H76-11687                                                       476-11871
BICBTBB, B.                                                      SCBDBEB1, 7. B.
   Pathological-anatomical studies involving vascular               Electrochemical air revitalization system
     stenoses                                                         optimization investigation
                                             476-11871                [HASA-CB-111521]                         H76-10733
BIV4, C.                                                         SCHBABTZ, J.
   Ttio-point fluorophotometer for the human ocular                 Biventricular dynamics during guantitated
     fundus                                                           anteroseptal infarction in the porcine heart
                                             476-11119                                                        476-12162
BOBEB1S, HB.                                                     SCI4CC4, B. B.
   Recommendations for subjects with ischemic heart                 Measurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
     disease                                                          man Description and critique of the method using
                                             476-11172                xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
BOCHOS, L.                                                                                                    476-12163
   Chlorpromazine, piracetam, and the metabolism of              SEBFATY, 4.
     brain phospholipids in the rat                                 Starvation and refeeding of carp (Cyprinus Carpio L)
     [HAS4-TT-F-16652]                       N76-11688                [HASA-TT-F-16619]                       N76-10696
BOGBBS, 6. B.                                                       Fasting and renourishment of carp (Cyprinus Carpio
   Body composition of mice following exposure to                     L.), 3
     1300 and 6100 meters                                             [K4S4-1T-F-16651]                       H76-11686
                                             476-11701           SETTLE, B.
EOSCOE, S. B.                                                       Proceedings of the Undersea Medical Society
   The transition of experienced pilots to a                          Rorkshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving
     frequency-separated aircraft attitude display:                   to Depths Greater than 1,000 feet
     4 flight experiment                                              [40-4011156]                            H76-10719
     [4D-4001808]                            N76-10730           SHAHABATPODB, 4.
BOSEB, B. B.                                                        Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise
   Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac                      - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening
     arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic                     for cardiovascular disease
     effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation                                                          476-11119
     and blockage. Fart B                                        SB4KHH4B07ICB, V. H.
                                             476-11150              Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex for different
BOSEBB40B, D. 4.                                                      stages and cycles of nighttime sleep
   Perception and extrapolation of velocity and                                                               476-11377
     acceleration                                                SHAEHA, T. M.
                                             476-10719              Variations in psychomotor efficiency during
BOIEBBEBG, V. S.                                                      prolonged stay at high altitude
   Dynamics of the skin-galvanic reflex for different                                                         476-12211
     stages and cycles of nighttime sleep                        SHIELDS, D.
                                             476-11377              Stress modification of tie toxicity of antimotion
BODHYI, H. H.                                                         sickness drugs and Aspirin
   Some particulars on the training of aviation                                                               476-12635
     physicians                                                  SBV4BIZ, E.
                                             476-11917              The application of conductive cooling to human
BOTKEVICH, I. B.                                                      operators
   Hodel of vascular tonus                                                                                   476-12161
                                             476-12553



                                                          1-26
               PBBSOBAL 40THOB I8DEI                                                                  VABLEEOIEB, B. E.


SIEGEL, S. H.                                                    TAKEOCHI, I.
   The performance and capabilities of terrestrial                  Influence of foveal load on the functional visual
     organisms in extreme and unusual gaseous and                     field
     liguid environments. Perfomance of fungi in                                                              A76-12446
     exotic and harsh environnents                               TBBPAS, B. 6.
     [BASA-CB-145395]                         B76-10698             Practice and incentive effects on learner
SIBABOVSKII, L. B.                                                    performance: Aircraft instrument comprehension
   The condition of the vascular net and the                          task
     hemoeocephalic barrier in the brain cortex of                    [AD-A011616]                            B76-10726
     rats in the coarse of training for hypoxia                  TEBBI1L, J. B.
                                             476-12216              Comments on fire toxicity
SIHCLAIB, B. B.                                                                                               A76-10823
   Plankton analysis training manual                             TBATCBEB, B.
     [PB-242008/1]                           H76-10700              Aviation cardiology in Canada
SLIHET, D. B.                                                                                                 A76-11468
   Laser protective devices                                      THATCBBB, B. P.
                                             H76-11316              Analysis of human factors in aircraft accidents
SMITH, E. B.                                                                                                  A76-11709
   Proceedings of the Dndersea Medical Society                   TICKBBB, P. S.
     Borkshop (8th) on the Strategy for Future Diving               EV space suit gloves (passive)
     to Depths Greater than 1,000 feet                                [HASA-CB-1 "114527]                     B76-10732
     [AD-A011456]                            N76-10719           TBEDICI, I. J.
SOHIK, L. I.                                                        Ocular hypertension and chronic open-angle
   Change in absorption and secretion functions of                    glaucoma in OSAF pilots and navigators
     small intestine under the influence of rocking                   [AD-A010588]                            H76-10720
                                             A76-12303           TBIEBiASSEB, J. H.
SPODICK, D. B.                                                      Evaluation of two link GAT-1 trainer tasks by
   Effects of age on responses to isometric exercise                  experienced pilots at three alcohol dose levels
     - Isometric handgrip in noninvasive screening                    [AD-A011607]                            H76-10725
     for cardiovascular disease                                  1SAGABBLI, Z. G.
                                             476-11449              Reaction of erythrocytes and granulocytes in the
   On experts and expertise - The effect of                           peripheral blood of rate to hyperbaric
     variability in observer performance                              oxygenation during oxygen deficiency in the
                                             A76-11470                organism
SBIVASTAVA, K. K.                                                                                             A76-11238
   Biochemical aspects of acclinatization of man to              TSATOBIAB, A. K.
     high altitude stress                                           Electrical modeling of the blood circulation system
                                             A76-12475                                                        A76-12565
STEIH, I.                                                        TSOCHIIA, I.
   An investigation of single-axis manual control                   Toxicity of decomposition products
     processes and comparative evaluation of human                                                            A76-10824
     operator models                                             TOBIABA, B.
     [FB-21]                                 B76-10736              Influence of Zsub 1210 cell growth of cells
STEMLEB, P. B.                                                        sterilized by ionizing radiations
   Bespiratory resistance and the endurance of men                    [HASA-TT-F-16538]                       876-11689
     working under thermal stress
     [AD-A011261]
STOLBKOV, ID. K.
                                             H76-10712
   Rotatory and vertical components of the eye                   ODALOV, ID. P.
                                                                                           u
     nystagmus induced by rotation in a horizontal                  Change in absorption and secretion functions of
     plane                                                            small intestine under the influence of rocking
                                             A76-12214                                                        A76-12303
STOSEB, D. L.                                                    DHHOITZ, P. G.
   Inflight patient monitoring/blood pressure                       Design and fabrication of an end effector
     measurement device                                               [NASA-CB-144008]                        B76-10735
     [AD-A011608]                            N76-10713           DBDEBBOOD GBOOBD, K. B.
STOCK, B. E.                                                        Alcohol associated with fatal light aircraft
   Ocular effects of laser radiation: Cornea and                      accidents. United Kingdom - 1964-1973
     anterior chamber                                                                                         A76-11714
                                             H76-11310              Impaired pilot performance - Drugs or alcohol
SIOTZ, B. B.                                                                                                  A76-11716
   Intermodal transfer in temporal discrimination                DSIK, P. I.
                                             A76-12447              Mathematical description of the properties of
SODAKOV, K. V.                                                        muscle tissue
   Interaction between pressor and depressor                                                                  A76-12552
     mechanisms in the self-regulation of arterial                  Hodel of vascular tonus
     pressure                                                                                                 A76-125S3
                                             A76-12217           OTBHKIB, 1. A.
SDBI, K.                                                            The anisotropy of compact bone material subject to
   Toxicity of decomposition products                                 impact loads
                                             A76-10824                                                        A76-12559
SHAIB, J. 1.
   Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the
     unanesthetized dcg and baboon
                                             A76-10098           VALEBTIBE, J. L.
SiEIGABT, B. L.                                                     Application of cabin atmosphere monitors to rapid
   Health hazard potential of BYPOL (trademark)                       screening of breath samples for the early
     polyurethane prepolymers                                         detection of disease states
     [AD-A011997]                           H76-11721                 [HASA-CH-144548]                       B76-11713
                                                                 VALTBBBIS, A. D.
                                                                    Effect of huian psychoemotional stress and
                                                                      physical activity on the age-related changes in
1APIOVE, A.                                                           the mechanical properties of arterial walls
   Computation of the electromagnetic fields'and                                                             A76-12562
     induced temperatures within a model of the                  VABLBBUBBB, B. B.
     microwave-irradiated huaan eye                                 The compromise between visual field and
                                            A76-10997                 magnification for an image intesifier with
                                                                      variable magnification
                                                                      [IZF-1975-6]                           B76-10722


                                                          1-27
VAHOS, 7. L.                                                                 PBBSOBAL ADTBOB IBDEI


7A80S, F. I.                                                    BIT, A. I.
   The compromise between visual field and                         Electrophysiology and pharmacology of cardiac
     magnification for an image intesifier uith                      arrhythmias. IX - Cardiac electrophysiologic
     variable magnification                                          effects of beta adrenergic receptor stimulation
     [IZF-1975-6]                           B76-10722                and blockage. Part B
ViSSOLO, F. A.                                                                                               A76-11450
   Intermodal transfer in temporal discrimination               10HL, T. B.
                                            A76-12447              Effects of shifts in the rate of repetitive
VATBBB. S. F.                                                        stimulation on sustained attention
   Prostaglandin control of renal circulation in the                                                         A76-12445
     unanesthetized dcg and baboon                              BOLCOTT, J. B.
                                            A76-10098              Analysis of gases and pH of blood at altitude
VA7ILOV, I. I.                                                                                               A76-11718
   Some particulars on the training of aviation                 BOLVEBTOH, B. C.
     physicians                                                    Hater hyacinths for upgrading sewage lagoons to
                                            A76-11917                meet advanced wastewater treatment standards,
VEEHIKOS-DABELLIS, 0.                                                part 1
   Increased rate of response of the                                 [BASA-TH-X-72729]                        S76-10697
     pituitary-adrenal system in rats adapted to                BOODS, B. B.
     chronic stress                                                Electrochemical air revitalization system
                                            A76-11138                optimization investigation
   Stress nodification of the toxicity of antimotion                 [NASA-CB-144521]                        B76-10733
     sickness drugs and Aspirin                                 BOOTTOB, D. 6.
                                            A76-12635              Error and artefact in post mortem toxicological
VEBBOT, E. B.                                                        analysis
   Toxic hazards research unit annual technical                                                              A76-11715
     report, 1971
     [AD-A011559]                            H76-10718
VOIKOVA, S. B.
   Changes in peripheral vessels tone during acute              YAH01ITCB. B. E.
     hypozia                                                       Medical and psychiatric aspects of accident
                                            A76-12301                investigation
VOBSTBB, E. 1.                                                                                              A76-11707
   A review of the toxicology of halogenated fire               IODNG, L. B.
     extinguishing agents                                          Ernst Bach on the vestibular organ 100 years ago
     [AD-A011538]                           B76-11715                                                       A76-12430
?OBOBEV, 0. 1.
   Ways of further perfecting methods of vestibular
     selection
                                            A76-11918           ZEBL, D. B.
VOBOBIB, I. S.                                                     The pathophysiology of decompression sickness: An
   Apparatus for the combined study of the functions                 overview with emphasis on plasma and lipid changes
     of the auditory and visual analyzers                            [AD-A011153]                           B76-10711
                                            A76-11921           ZEILEB, A. F.
VOS, J. J.                                                         Alcohol and other drugs in aircraft accidents
   Report of the working party on standardization of                                                        A76-11713
     the international research group on colour                 ZBABKAIA, A. S.
     vision deficiencies                                           Aviation audiometric lists
     [IZF-1975-7]                           H76-10708                                                       A76-11919


iABH, J. S.
                          w
    Effects of shifts in the rate of repetitive
      stimulation on sustained attention
                                             A76-12445
   Interoodal transfer in temporal discrimination
                                             A76-12447
8AIGOOD, H.
   The effect of a filtered control on operators'
      hand tremor
      [APSC-72/CS-7]                         B76-11723
• Ell. C. H.
   Absorption characteristics of multilayered sphere
      models exposed to OHF/microwave radiation
                                             A76-10991
BEISS, B. B.
   Heasurement of regional myocardial blood flow in
      man Description and critique of the method using
      xenon-133 and a scintillation camera
                                             A76-12163
BBLCB. A. J.
    Sleep-wakefulness determinations from heart rate
      data
      [AD-A012275]                           H76-11716
BICKEBS, C. D.
   The effect of time sharing on the performance of
      information processing tasks: A feedback
      control analysis
      [AD-A012023]                           H76-11724
SILLIGBS, B. C.
   The transition of experienced pilots to a
      frequency-separated aircraft attitude display:
      A flight experiment
      [AD-A001808]                           B76-10730




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