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RESEARCH OF INFRINGEMENTS OF CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM AND SENSE ORGANS AMONG THE POPULATION OF WESTERN REGION OF AZERBAIJAN Akperova G.A.

The Baku State University, Baku, Azerbaijan Medical-genetic researches on revealing infringements CNS and sense organs among the population of Western zone of Azerbaijan are carried out, types of inheritance of pathologies are established. Karyotype of patients by Klinefelter syndrome by the sytogenesis analysis identi fies. Among 638 patients with 14 hereditary and congenital diseases more than half falls at monogenic pathologies with autosome-recessive type of inheritance that speaks high frequency of consanguineous marriages among parents of the probands, characteristic for a researched zone of republic.

Key words: Genetics of populations, diseases of CNS and sense organs, consanguineous marriages, type of inheritance, sytogenesis analysis.

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CARABID BEETLE COMMUNITIES OF MIDDLE TAIGA NATIVE FOREST (AN EXAMPLE OF THE VOLOGDA REGION) Belova Yu.N.

Vologda State Pedagogical University, Vologda, Russia Research of the structure of ground-beetle communities of middle taiga native forest on an example Shalgo-Bodunovsky landscape preserve of the Vologda area is carried out. Ground beetle communities of 7 forest habitats differing on position in a relief and vegetation are stud ied. On the territory of preserve 27 species of ground-beetle from 9 genus is established. De pendence of species-richness and activity-abundances from environment factors is analysed. It is established, that among them moisture in the plots, development of a grassy cover and het erogeneity of habitats have the greatest value.

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3, EFFECT OF PROBIOTICS ON SYMPTOMS OF CHRONIC DERMATITIS AND PARKINSONS DESEASE IN AGING CBRB MOUSE FEMALES Moiseeva E.V.1, Nefedova N.V.2, Semushina S.G.1, Kessler Yu.V.1, Stoyanova L.G.3, Litvin A.A. Shemiakin-Ovchinnikov Insitute of Bioorganic chemistry, RAS, Moscow, Russia Moscow State University of applied biotechnology, Moscow, Russia Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia National Research Company, Moscow, Russia Aging CBRB mouse females in conventional conditions mimic both localized (impetigo) and generalized (staphylococcal scaled-skin syndrome, SSSS) forms of chronic dermatitis in humans. Later in lifespan mice develop symptoms of human Parkinsons disease (PD), namely, rigidity, dyskinesia, and tremor. Staphylococcus aureus and coagulase-negative staphylococci were recognized to cause dermatitis both in rodents and humans. Probiotic cultures were found to inhibit growth of staphylococci. Using this biomodel, we detected synergistic therapeutic ef fect of B. subtilis 604 spores (BS) and L. sbsp. lactis 194 culture (LL) on symptoms of derma titis during four weeks while BS alone showed weak efficacy, and LL alone was hardly effi cient. Tested probiotics diminished amount of staphylococci in blood and on the skin of treated mice, but did not influence signs of PD.

Key words: mouse model, dermatitis, impetigo, staphylococcal scaled-skin syndrome, probiotic, Parkinsons disease.

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ABOUT FORMALIZATION OF SYSTEM CATEGORY Andreyev G.N., Savello L.L.

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Moscow aviation institute (state technical university), Moscow The method of definition of thermal streams with use of a calorimeter of a regular mode tab type is offered. The essence of a method is a definition of thermal stream size on two dis crete points in the calorimeter thermogram by calculation of a time constant of the gauge on one or several three-points thermogram areas. Dependence of an error of a thermal stream calcula tion and a time constant of the gauge on size of the attitude of an interval of time between the next settlement points to a time constant of the gauge is determined.

Work is executed at support of the Russian fund of basic researches under the project 06-08-00184-a.

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INFLUENCE OF THE OXYGEN CONCENTRATION AND ITS NEGATIVELY CHARGED IONS IN THE CLASSROOM ON THE MENTAL WORK PRODUCTIVITY AND ACADEMIC PROGRESS OF FEMALE STUDENTS Andreyev I.V.

Kazakhstan-Russia university, Karaganda, Kazakhstan The results of the research of the influence of health-saving correctives of air qualities in the classroom on the mental work productivity, attention concentration, and efficiency of the studied material mastering are represented. The valid differences and positive changes of the rates ( 0,05) in the case of keeping the proper oxygen concentration are received, which are even more strongly marked in the case of combining the keeping the proper oxygen concentra tion with the generation of negatively charged ions.

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MINERAL DENSITY BY BONES LOWER EXTREMITIES WITH THE DIABETIC DEFEATS Grechishkin K.A., Sveshnikov A.A.

FSI "RISC "RTO" of Federal agency of High Medical Technology", Kurgan In the process of treatment by 126 of the sick with diabetes mellitus 1 types on the bone densitometer was measured the mineral density of the bones (MPK) of lower extremity. De pending on period the diseases of man and woman were divided into three subgroups of 21 peo ple in each: 1) the age of 19-21 years, the duration of the disease of 3-5 years, sensomotor dis orders are minimum;

2) the age of 36-45 years, the duration of the disease of 6-10 years, disor der moderated - microangiopathy and neyropatii;

3) the age of 56-60 years, the duration of the disease of 11-15 years with the expressed micro-, macro-angiopathy and neyropatii. In the first group of patients is discovered small of osteopeniya, the secondly - significant of osteopeniya, in the third group - there was osteoporosis. The women of change had more noticeable. Is dis covered the direct connection between the manifestation of sensorimotor disorders and MPK of the bones of lower extremity.

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MASS OF MUSCULAR, CONNECTING AND ADIPOSE TISSUES IN OF THE SICK WITH DIABETES MELLITUS 1 TYPES Grechishkin K.A., Sveshnikov A.A.

FSI "RISC "RTO" of Federal agency of High Medical Technology", Kurgan In 126 of the sick with diabetes mellitus 1 types on the bone densitometer was deter mined the mass of soft tissues in all body and in the lower extremities. Decrease of the mass of lower extremities depending from the duration of disease, degree of the manifestation of the disturbance of blood circulation and sensorimotor disorders: 1) at the age of 18-20 years with the duration of the disease of 3-5 years neuratrophic disorders and decrease in the mass of soft tissues were minimum;

2) in 36-45 years with the duration of the disease of 6-10 years and moderated of microangiopathy and neyropatii established the distinct decrease of the mass of soft tissues, preferred due to the muscular and connective tissues;

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3, THERAPEUTIC APPROACHES TO TREATMENT OF INSUFFICIENCY OF BLOOD CIRCULATION AT RHEUMATIC HEART DISEASES Shiranov I.A.

Tashkent medical academy, Uzbekistan Republic In research work data 91 sick of rheumatic heart diseases with insufficiency of blood cir culation against treatment angiotensin converting enzyme inhibitor (ACEI) - lizinopril were given. Indicators of central haemodynamics according to echocardiography, pro-and anti inflammatory cytokinins were studied. Statistically significant reduction of the sizes and volume indicators left ventricle of heart, increase of fraction of emission and shortening fraction, and also positive influence on level pro-and anti-inflammatory cytokinins, thereby on pathogenetic links carditis was noted.

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Anidzhan state medical institute, Uzbekistan Republic Co-relative development and formation of white non pedigree rats, 19 embrionic days of development (1, 3, 7, 14, 21 and 60th days after the birth), duting their passage in to definitive nutrition has been established in morphologic investigation of mucous membrane and Brunner glands. Glandular cells of Brunner glands have intermittent constant character of secretion in physiological conditions. Fragmental, geterochronic development of glandular cells and their differentiation leads to the con-colidation and integration with the structures of duodenal mu cous membrane.

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St.-Petersburg state university, St.-Petersburg Submitted article is devoted to a history of creation in Japan at the end of 1940th of the basic banks system. This process was closely connected to activity of the American occupa tional authorities and actually became deciding question in discussions about ways of reforming of the Japanese economy. The accepted vector of development for a long time has determined destiny of the Japanese financial system. The contents of these discussions is opened in given article.

Keywords: Japan, institute, transaction costs.

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THE PHENOMENA OF ECONOMIC BOUNDARY Zobova L.L.

Kemerovo state university, Kemerovo In the article analization of economic boundarys phenomena is presented. Phenomena of economic boundary demonstrates that economic boundary not relationship with geographic boundary and can have the defined geometric forms.

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Nizhny Novgorod state university named after N.I. Lobachevsky, Nizhny Novgorod This article is an overview of opportunities offered by the use of modern information and communication technologies in government administration. The author analyses the modern level of technological supplying in government of the Russian Federation and proves the neces sity of more efficient utilization of the progress.

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Omsk state Agrarian University, Omsk The experience of competitive preference forming of agrarian specialists is represented by the way of economic education quality increase and of education process intensification in the institute of higher education.

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INTEGRATION CONNECTIONS IN FOOD INDUSTRY OF THE KRASNOYARSKY KRAY AS A KEY ELEMENT OF INDUSTRY COMPETITIVENESS Turovets D.G.

Siberian state aerospace university, Krasnoyarsk The article is concerned with a notion of integration, integration connections in food industry. The key issues, which food industry enterprises deals with are identified in the article.

Authors scheme of integration connections and a flexible integration structure for its usage in practice are shown. The main conclusions of the research are stated.

Key words: integration connections, food industry, food industry cluster.

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Nevinnomyssk state humanitarian-technical institute, Nevinnomyssk, Stavropol area The factor of clays stability in conditions of flooding on a degree of humidity and a con sistence is certain. Change strengthening characteristics of clays is considered at increase of humidity. Calculation of a parameter of stability strengthening characteristics of clays on spe cific coupling is resulted.


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Sakhalin the state university In 1749 Z. Byuffon has stated a hypothesis of formation of the Earth from a material of the Sun. Its basis was in belief of primarily fused condition of globe. In the beginning of XX century hypotheses of formation of the Earth from a cold space material were offered. All these hypotheses explained occurrence of the observable Earth, and it earlier was another, the greater size. From here, the observable Earth was not formed, because earlier was other, and what? It is not known.

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Vologda State Pedagogical University, Vologda For the first time for the Vologda area and Northwest region discussion possibility of use indicators of morphological structure blood Coregonus albula L. and pathological changes of blood cells for bioindication ecological condition of one of the large shallow reservoirs in the Vologda region (the Beloe lake). It is shown, that changes in the established indicators of mor phological structure of blood and pathological forms blood testifies to various level and non uniformity of anthropogenous loading on Beloe lake.

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Krasnoyarsk state agrarian university, Krasnoyarsk state institute of economy and trade, Krasnoyarsk The analysis of quality and ecological safety of typical fast food products, using the de termenistic mathematical models has been done in the work. The adequacy of fast food mathe matical models to the real production quality and ecological safety changing processes was shown.

Keywords: analysis of quality, ecological safety, fast food.

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Surgut State University, Surgut The article is devoted to the functioning of syntactical expressive constructions in Mas ter and Margarita by M. Bulgakov in the Russian and English languages and their impact on such latent text characteristic as speech-thought tempo.

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Biysk state teachers training university named after V.M. Shukshin, Biysk The works of the Altaic painter G.F.Borunov portray a profound bond between man and nature. The subject of earth and labour predominate in his pictures. Inspired by the people linked with their native land his fellow-countrymen, the artist depicts them in his works.

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Krasnoyarsk state medical academy named after Prof. V.F.Voino-Yasenetsky, Krasnoyarsk Regulations of process of European educational system reforming emphasize the impor tance of its establishment on the basis of quality. Quality of education is a prerequisite for mu tual trust, appropriateness, mobility, compatibility, and attractiveness within the area of Euro pean Higher Education. The paper contains analysis of mechanisms and results of implementa tion of Quality Management System in various dimensions of activity (education, research, ad ministrative, organizational) of the Krasnoyarsk State Medical Academy.

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