Sunday, May 27, 2007

  • BELINFORM, news agency in Minsk. It is organized in 1992 on the basis agencies BELTA (with 1931:îñíîâàíî in 1921 as branch of GROWTH). Distributes official reports VS, governments and government departments of Belarus.
  • BELITUNG (Belitung) (Billiton), a flat island in Malayan arh., to the orient from Sumatra, in Indonesia. 4850 êì2. An altitude up to 510 m. The wet tropical forests. Production of tin ores. Main city - Tandzhungpandan.
  • BELITSKOE, city (with 1966) on Ukraine, Donetsk region, bliz zh.-d. An item. Mertsalovo. 11,7 thousand inhabitants (1991). Production of mineral coal.
  • BELICH Alexander (1876-1960), Serbian jazykoved, the president Serbian AN (1937), foreign corresponding member AN the USSR (1925; foreign corresponding member Petersburg AN with 1910). Probeed the Serbian tongue, comparative grammar of slavonic tongues, problems of general linguistics.
  • SQUIRREL, a set of mammals of a rodentia. Ok. 230 kinds{views}, are distributed widely. To squirrel concern - proteins, chipmunks, marmot badgers, susliks, meadow clicks, etc.
  • PROTEIN the INSTITUTE of the Russian Academy of Science, is built in 1967, enters into a centre of science of the Russian Academy of Science in Pushchino the Moscow region. Probes on structure of proteins and mechanisms of their biosynthesis.
  • PROTEINS, the natural high molecular weight organic compounds constructed from residues of 20 amino asids which are paired by peptide bonds in the lengthy circuits. Molecular weight from several thousand up to several millions. Depending on the form of a proteinaceous molecule distinguish fibrillar and globular proteins. Special group - conjugated proteins which structure except for amino asids includes carbohydrates (glycoproteins), nucleic acids (nucleoproteins), etc. In all living organisms proteins play extremely important role: they participate in construction of cells and tissues, are biocatalysts (ferments), hormones, respiratory pigments (haemoglobins), shielding agents (immunoglobulins), etc. The Biosynthesis of proteins descends on ribosomes and is determined by a genetic code of nucleic acids during translation. Proteins - the basis{fundamentals} of a leather, a wool, silk and other natural materials, the major food items of the person and a forage animal. About 2-nd floor. 20 century. To obtaining alimentary and feed proteins apply microbialogic synthesis.
  • PROTEINS, stem of mammals of a set squirrel. Length of a body of 20-30 sm, a tail the lengthy, the rank. Ok. 40 kinds{views}, in woods of Eurasia, the Sowing. And JUzh. America (boreal part). Protein dace (veksha) - object of a craft.
  • PROTEINS (protein), tops of mountains JUzh. Siberia, coated{obtected} with snow within all summer{years} or his{its} large part (napr., Agulskie Proteins).
  • PROTEIN-VITAMIN CONCENTRATE (BVK), yeast feed on the basis of plant roughage - paraffins of petroleum (paprin), a natural gas (gaprin), etc. Manufacture and application BVK demands stringent regulation.
  • BELL (Bell) Alexander Grejam (1847-1922), one of inventors of the earphone. By origin the Scot. With 1871 in the USA. In 1876 has taken out a patent on first practically fit earphone.
  • BELL Daniel (r. 1919), the American sociologist, the professor Colombian (with 1958) and Harward (with 1969) universities. One of writers of concepts "deideologizatsii" and " a postindustrial society ". The main{basic} books: " the End of philosophy " (1960), " the Future postindustrial society " (1973).
  • " BELL EARPHONE LABORATORIS ", research firm in the USA (the centre in. Marri-Hill, pieces. New Jersey), it is built in 1925. Enters into the company " Amerikan the earphone end telegraph ". Conducts fundamental and applications in range of solid-state physics, an electronics engineering, etc.
  • BELL (Bell) CHarlz (1774-1842), the Scottish anatomist, the physiologist and the surgeon. Transactionses on anatomy and physiologies of nervous system. In 1811 has placed{installed} distribution of nerve fibres in little roots of a spinal cord (Bell - Mazhandi the law). Has conducted activities on communication{connection} of indicative motions with functions of different departments of nervous system. Has introduced a substantial contribution to development of submissions about reflexes and a reflex arc. Has found one of the protective reflexes, consisting in a volume, that at clamping eyelids both ophthalmic apples are pivoted up (Bell phenomenon).
  • BELL - MAZHANDI the LAW (named the Scottish anatomist and physiologist C.Bell and French physiologist F.Mazhandi), the main{basic} regularity of distribution of nerve fibres in little roots of a spinal cord: sensing fibers{filaments} enter a spinal cord in structure of rear little roots, and propulsion leave in structure forward{front}.
  • BELLADONNA, perennial herbaceous plant of a stem a belladonna of a set of a nightshade family. An altitude of 0,6-2 m. Will grow in Central and JUzh. To Europe, M.Azii, on Caucasus, in Crimea and Carpathian mountains; in crop as medicinal. The antispasmodic is applied as soothing. It is toxicant. The belladonna contains an atropine dilating pupils, and consequently women in Other. Rome used her{it} as " a means of beauty ". From here the title a belladonna (ital. belladonna - perfect{fine} lady).
  • BELLARMINO (Bellarmino) Roberto Franchesko Romolo (1542-1621), the roman catholic seminary student, the jesuit, a cardinal bird (with 1599); the figure of Counter-reformation. The main{basic} composition - " Reasoning on questions at issue of Christian belief against heretics of our time " (1581-93). Memory{remembrance} in the Latin church on September, 17.
  • BELLEROFONT, in the Grecian mythology the hero who has conquered trehglavoe a monster the Chimera, overcome amazons, etc. on winged horse Pegase tamed by him{it}.
  • FICTION (from frants. belles lettres - fiction), 1) art prose... 2) In 20 century also mass literary production bytopisatelskogo, entertainment character as opposed to products{creations} of high art.
  • BELLI (Belli) Dzhuzeppe Dzhoakkino (1791-1863), the italian poet. Ok. 2 thousand satirical sonnets (" Roman sonnets ", the issuing 1886-89) have reflected national submissions about religion, histories, meaning of the life; love lyrics.
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