USSR Space Life Sciences Digest, Issue 1
The first issue of the bimonthly digest of USSR Space Life Sciences is presented. Abstracts are included for 49 Soviet periodical articles in 19 areas of aerospace medicine and space biology, published in Russian during the first quarter of 1985. Translated introductions and table of contents for nine Russian books on topics related to NASA's life science concerns are presented. Areas covered include: botany, cardiovascular and respiratory systems, cybernetics and biomedical data processing, endocrinology, gastrointestinal system, genetics, group dynamics, habitability and environmental effects, health and medicine, hematology, immunology, life support systems, man machine systems, metabolism, musculoskeletal system, neurophysiology, perception, personnel selection, psychology, radiobiology, reproductive system, and space biology. This issue concentrates on aerospace medicine and space biology.
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1985 Selected Articles Abstract acid active adaptation algae animals Aviakosmicheskaya Meditsina Biologiya i Aviakosmicheskaya biomedical data biosatellite blood blood plasma Cardiovascular and Respiratory cells Changes Chapter characteristics Circadian Rhythms Computer CONTENTS Numbers corticosterone cosmic radiation cosmonauts cycles Cytology decompression sickness decreased Digest dynamics English Environmental Effects experimental Figure Titles FIZIOLOGICHESKIY ZHURNAL IMENI Fiziologiya Cheloveka function groups Habitability and Environmental hamadryas baboons head-down tilt Health and Medicine Hematology hemodynamic Humans hypokinesia hypokinesia with head-down hypoxia IMENI I. M. SECHENOVA indices investigations irradiation Jul-Aug Kosmicheskaya Biologiya lipid magnetic field Metabolism methods monkeys motion sickness muscle MUSCULOSKELETAL SYSTEM NASA Neurophysiology Numbers in parentheses nystagmus orbital station orthostatic position parameters performance pilots and cosmonauts processes psychological selection Radiobiology rats reactions Respiratory Systems robots Salyut Salyut-6 space biology space flight factors Space Life Sciences stress subjected support systems Table and Figure Table Title tests USSR vestibular weightlessness ZHURNAL IMENI I. M.