SOVIET BIOTECHNOLOGY AND BIOASTRONAUTICS, JUNE 1965-DECEMBER 1965: COMPILATION OF ABSTRACTS.
Rept. no. 3 on ATD work assignment no. 22,
AEROSPACE TECHNOLOGY DIV LIBRARY OF CONGRESS WASHINGTON D C
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The compilation of abstracts is based on Soviet-Satellite-Western open sources published in 1965. The third in a series, this report reflects Soviet research in the fields of bioastronautics, space biology, and space-oriented biotechnology published during the last three quarters of 1965. There are 93 entries in the form of indicative abstracts, expanded abstracts, and analytical reviews designed to present as much quantitative data as is permissible within the limitation of the abstracting format. These entries have been arranged in nine parts according to subject area Part I. Biomedical effects of altered gravity 10 entries Part II. Biological effects of vibration and ultrasound 5 entries Part III. Radiation effects, dosimetry, and technology 23 entries Part IV. Biological effects of radio frequency and magnetic fields 10 entries Part V. Effects of altered gas environments 10 entries Part VI. Effects of combined spaceflight factors 12 entries Part VII. Life support systems 7 entries Part VIII. Cosmonaut training, human engineering, and man-machine factors 7 entries Part IX. Biomedical monitoring, biotelemetry, and biotechnology 9 entries.
- Anatomy and Physiology
- Stress Physiology