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проф Базилевская Н.А. 7 подвидов Papaver somniferum [19 Nov 2016|04:48am]

kostyad
Оригинал взят у kostyad в проф Базилевская Н.А. 7 подвидов Papaver somniferum
Труды по прикладной ботанике,генетике и селекции 1931 том 25  номер 5 стр 185-196  . Основные ботанико-систематические группы опийного мака .  это вторая часть труда проф Базилевской по опийному маку . начало .там же 1928 том 19 номер 2 стр 95-184 .принципиально культурный мак детят на две группы .первая дает много опия .он выращивается в Китай,Индия,Афганистан,Персия,Турция,Египет,Македония ,Северная Киргизия и Восточный Казахстан .и вторая дает много семян .в статье даны ботанические ключи определения 7 подвидов опийного мака .все описания на латыни и рус яз . на стр 189 . Papaver somniferum .   1 . Subtpontaneum -полудикая раса дает до 40 кг опия на гектар . 2. Tianshanicum -Тяньшанский . 3. Songaricum -Джунгарская растет в Казахстане . 4.Tarbagaticum -Тарбагатская растет в Казахстане .5. Chinense -Китайская .6.Turcicum -Турецкая растет в Малой Азии скороспелость 90-110 дней высокая морфинность опия .эту расу опийного мака проф Базилевская скрещивала с высокоопийными сортами при выведении лучших в мире сортов опийного мака в 1927-1936 . 7.Persicum-Персидская растет в Персия и Афганистан и Индия и Египет и Средняя Азия  . обе работы проф Базилевской по маку надо издать репринтом в виде книги .в этом номере журнала  1931 том 25 номер 5 хорошая статья Уткин Л.А.  Организация сбора и обработки лекарственных растений стр 5-103 . на стр 55-56 про опийный мак . хашаши -груз . мекон-арм .лала-тюрк. из сухих незрелых головок мака делают врачебный сироп .в СССР опийный мак выращивают в Алма-Атинском и Каракольском и Джаркентском и Фрунзенском районе и отчасти на Дальнем Востоке в Уссурийском крае .первые посадки мака в Семиречье в 1916 около 5 тыс десятин
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DEA letter 1990 [29 Dec 2014|06:32pm]

kostyad
Оригинал взят у kostyad в DEA letter 1990
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Nagai Nagyoshi 1844--1929 эфедрин метамфетамин первитин [31 Jan 2013|10:19pm]

kostyad
Оригинал взят у kostyad в Nagai Nagyoshi 1844--1929 эфедрин метамфетамин первитин
вчера изучал историю изобретения первитина который сейчас применяется как лекарство под названием метамфетамин methamphethamine . в японии жил замечательный человек Nagai Nagyoshi  род в 1844 закончил школу учился в японии позже в 1871 поехал учится в германию и в германии защитил дисс и решил изучать органическую химию природных веществ .в 1873 вернулся в японию организовал японское химическое общество .о нем глава в книге на англ 125 лет японскому химическому обществу -эту книгу читал в рос нац библ на невском ее библ подарило консульство японии в СПБ .И он организовал японское фармацевтическое общество в 1880 позже в 1885 он первый в мире выделил чистый эфедрин из растения эфедра которая как пишет проф Мелентьева Г.А.  Фармацевтическая химия 1977 т2 применяется в китае и др странах в медицине уже пять тысяч лет при болезнях носоглотки и легких и никому не вредила пока по примеру сша с 1989 не ввели отпуск эфедрина по рецепту .а сейчас в россии лекарства для дыхания трайфед сироп- актифед- терофун не купить и по рецепту .позже в 1892 он изучал реакции аминоспиртов с йодом и фосфором и получил дезоксиэфедрин о чем опубликовал статью в японском журнале в 1893 ссылка есть в википедии на немецком статья метамфетвмин -.о нем есть статья в википедии на англ -. и на него ссылаются в статье википедии на англ метамфетамин- . ссср первитин  в 1938-1941 получал как гуманитарную помощь из фашисткой германии и изучали на ежиках в спячке и несчастные ежики после укола первитина просыпались зимой и не понимали что происходит -об этом есть статья ученых которые изучали первитин в харькове в 1940-1941  Кошктоянц Х.С Доклады Академии наук СССР 1943 том 39 стр 216-218. позже первитин для советской армии и нквд поступал из англии в 1942-1946 и есть замечательная статья в журнале- советская медицина 1942 том 6 номер 1-2 стр 8-11  что фенамин и первитин помогают бороться за дело ленина-сталина--.в 1947 в ссср началось промышленное производство первитина порошок и тб по 3 мг и впервые его включили в справочник проф Машковского М.Д. в 1948 причем до 1955 г первитин и его более слабый аналог фенамин никак не контролировались и только в 1954 издали приказ о контроле и продаже рабочим и крестянам ссср по рецепту врача .в медицине в ссср первитин был до 1975 г и позже его применяли только как лекарство для срочной или ночной работы в КГБ -ГРУ и в спецназе армии где и сейчас в аптечке НЗ обязательно тб фенамин -важно отметить что за 30 лет когда в ссср в 1942-1974 первитин легально применяли как обычное лекарство никто не умер и не было сильных отравлений и если были нарушения психики только если в КГБ или  -ГРУ его ежедневно принимали ночью и не спали три -пять дней -а сейчас отравления от винта не от первитина а от ядовитых примесей тк когда люди дома повторяют реакцию нагаи нагаеши они не очищяют от 1-фенил-1-йод-2-метиламинопропана который легко разрушается при кипячении со щелочью и так же образуется небольшое количество токсичного фенилдиметил- азиридина ---обе ядовитые примеси легко отделяются при перегонке основания метамфетамина при давлении около 10 мм ...как пишут в научной литературе LD 50  для лекарства первитин 15 мг на кг веса те около одного грамма для человека весом 70 кг а тб первитина по 3 мг и высшая суточная доза 15 мг те чтобы отравится надо сьесть более 300 тб что нереально тк по рецепту продавали не больше 10 тб те максимум 30 мг в руки и рецепт забирали в аптеке -а от 30 мг первитина обычный человек будет в возбуждении от 6 до 12 часов и возможно ему будет трудно заснуть если примет после 12 дня .в армии применяли обычно две тб в день те безвредную дозу 6 мг.

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New. [16 Jun 2010|08:02pm]

xopiateslavex
[ mood | cheerful ]

Hi, I'm Heathyr. I've been really interested in forensic pathology for years now - Dr. Michael Baden is one of the most intriguing people I've seen in the field. I love true crime novels and doing research on different cases on my own via the internet. I live in Kansas City, Missouri, and I'm a 28 year old stay at home mom of two. Hi, everyone, nice to be here! :)

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New True Crime vs. Crime-in-the-Media Community [27 Feb 2010|08:33am]

clear_sarcasm
(Mod, if this is not allowed, I apologize. I tried to Message you to ask permission but it wouldn't let me for some reason.!)

killer_culture is a community for those interested in true crime as well as related books, movies, television shows, etc. Anything related to true crime (even fictional) is welcome here: debates, discussions concerning TV shows, movies, books (Dexter, Criminal Minds, Forensic Files, Law & Order, Psycho, The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, etc.), icons, questions, news articles, pictures, reviews, pretty much anything relevant is permitted!

We're looking for interested members, "fans" of various crime-based shows/movies/books/etc. to keep debates/discussions fresh and interesting and to get the ball rolling. We don't want to focus on just one show or just one subject or be an all icons/graphics community. We want it to be open to people from all fandoms and walks of life to discuss their likes/dislikes or ask questions (example: "how accurate would what Dexter did (by doing this) be?") or whatever your pleasure may be! If this turns into a "one-trick-pony", it's going to die fast, and we don't want that!

We're trying to stand out; since there are tons of true crime communities and tons of fandom communities. We're combining the two, in a sense!

If anyone has any questions, concerns or suggestions, contact me or the other mod, ar_poe.
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Hello! [22 Feb 2010|04:19pm]

wagrobanite
[ mood | lethargic ]

Hi all, my name is Katrina [Insert hurricane jokes now ;0]. I'm 24 and currently in graduate school get my Masters in Library and Information Science. My interests in Forensics are in Forensic Anthropology and Forensic Pathology. I've been interested in Forensic anthropology for a long time (I almost went to graduate school for it), and more recently Forensic Pathology.

I'm always looking for new books/authors to read so if you have suggestions fire away!

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Autopsy [16 Aug 2009|07:10pm]

aluvrianne
I was just recalling the America Undercover series Autopsy, that ran on HBO. That too was one of the things that got me interested in forensics. It's a great show in that it doesn't skimp on the true gruesomeness of what we do, they show great cases, and their experts are absolutely top notch. I haven't seen the program in years, but if anyone is interested in hunting it down, it's well worth it.
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Introduction [30 Jul 2009|02:43pm]

aluvrianne
I've been interested in forensic science since I was a child. Reruns of the show Quincy M.E. and the Discovery Channel sent me in this direction.

I have a Masters in Forensic Anthropology. With it, I consult on cases for the Sheriff's Department, and I'm able to teach part time at the local college. It also helped me get hired on as a Deputy Coroner. I love what I do and plan on going back to school to get my PhD in the next few years.

Feel free to ask me any questions.
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Hello :) [13 Mar 2009|09:56pm]

tivaloveforever
[ mood | curious ]

Hi there. My name is Anna, and I go to school in England, and am 15.
I have to confess that the thing that got me into Forensics was CSI, but I am totally aware that most of it is bs.
I absaloutley adore chemistry and physics, and am acheiving top grades (Im npt boasting, just letting you know Im not someone with a CSI obsession that can't do the work).
I really want to work as a Forensic Chemist, but am unsure how to go about it. Can anyone suggest the path and A-Levels I should take to acheive this?
Also, I am not good with dissection. Blood and fluids I am fine with, but I passed out when a heart was put on a slab in front of me. Is that going to be a major problem?
Please be blunt. I appreciate all the help I can get :)
Anna xx

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Newb [04 Jan 2009|11:36pm]

muzukashii
Hi, I'm Dominique. About to start an Open Universities Bachelor of Criminology & Criminal Justice Bachelor of Applied Science, as I have 2 young kidlets at home. This way, at least I'm doing *something* and it will get me back into study mode. Otherwise I'll be sitting on my hands.

Next year we have a slated move to the USA (we live in Sydney Australia). If that happens, I'll hopefully move into full time study and slide over to criminalistics/crime scene investigation, which is far more the discipline I am looking at.

If we stay here, I will slog it out with the billions of other hopefuls to get into a similar course in Sydney. Fortunately there are 2 good ones. One more researched based (do not want) and one more field work based (DO WANT!)

So. That's me. Hi!
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Introductory Post [07 Nov 2008|11:43pm]

virkatoveri
[ mood | creative ]

Hi!
My name is Firuza. I’m forensic linguist and I work in the forensic lab of examination of video- and tape recordings in Russia. Actually my native language is Russian, but I understand and speak a little English so that is very pleasant for me to join in and watch your community.

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Introduction [02 Nov 2008|09:21pm]

bright_frost
[ mood | chipper ]

Hello there!
I just found this community.  I was amazed by how difficult it is to find forensics stuff on lj that isn't Bones or CSI related.  Anyway, I'm currently an undergraduate student studying anthropology.  I want to go into forensic anthropology, but I think I may still end up switching colleges at least once more.  That's because when I started looking for schools I didn't know what my field was called.  So I decided to major in forensic biology.  Later I found out that that wouldn't get me into grad school (though I don't see why not).  So I changed majors and schools and now I'm just trying to figure out how to reach my goal.  In the short term that's getting into University of Tennessee's forensic anthropology graduate program.  I have my heart set on studying under Dr. Bass.  Realistic long term is to get a good teaching job some place where I can actively work with a police force.  Unrealistic long term is to work for the FBI or the ICPO.  Dreams are good, they keep you working hard.
I'm also looking at criminal psychology.  In addition to forensic anthropology, not in place of it.  I'm not sure how possible that would be, but I think it would be an interesting combination to look into.
I'm hoping to find some interesting people and interesting discussions here.  I look forward to getting to know you all.
Blessed be,
Falcon

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I'm Glad i found thids site. [01 Sep 2008|07:45pm]

melissalanza
[ mood | curious ]

Hopefully I'll get the answers that I'm looking for.
First of all, HELLO!!!!! I'm Melissa. Well, I would like some advice, I'm interested in Forensics Science mostly lab work, DNA, etc....
I dont have any type of degree, but I will start next month, right now it is almost impossible for me to go to a ground campus, so I had to start with something online, of course, forensics science is not something that I could get online.
so I started with a Associate in Criminal Justice, My question is: Would that Degree be helpful for my future career? i know that I'm going to have to take biology, Chemistry, for that particular degree, but I thought that because of the field, Criminal Justice could be a smart choice to start with....

Thanks a lot for reading and taking your time to answer this question that is soooo important to me.

Bye, xoxoxo

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Introductory Post [30 Aug 2008|02:47pm]

lysis_to_kill
[ mood | amused ]

Hello, my name is Liz. And I am a complete forensic science nerd!Collapse )

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MORTUI VIVOS DOCENT :: Intro :: [24 Aug 2008|12:24pm]

such_a_sin
[ mood | awake ]

Hello, my name is Karma and I just joined a few weeks ago. I'm a 19-year-old college student majoring in Biology. My educational goals is either to become a Pathologist Assistant or to get into medical school to become a Pathologist. I have a passion for Forensic Pathology and would love to work for the Medical Examiners office one day. I know how hard the road is to become a pathologist, let alone forensic pathologist, but if I have the opportunity to pursue it, I will. I just have this feeling that this was something I was meant to do.

I'm not really good at intros! I'm glad I found this community!

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[21 Aug 2008|10:30am]

shaan_lien
Howdy all,

I have my bachelors in forensic science and I'm looking for work experience.  Unfortunately, any sort of job I find requires six months work experience.  But I wonder where am I supposed to find work experience if no one will give me work experience! 

Anywho, I was wondering for the people who already have careers in forensic science, where they started off.  Anywhere in the US (but I wouldn't mind going back to the UK) would be helpful.

Thanks.
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Job competition [11 Jul 2008|06:49am]

violakat03
I've got a question for those in the field and/or job seeking.

I'm working on my associate's degree in criminal justice science and am honestly debating whether I want to continue to try for a bachelor's. My original plan included forensic anthropology, but after searching for jobs lately, I've realized that I'd need to redirect into biology, chemistry, genetics, or a similar field to make having the degree worth anything.

That being said, I'm not looking to work in a lab. I want to be 'in the field' - the position title I've been seeing most often for what I'm interested in doing is crime scene investigator or crime scene analyst. These positions are almost always requiring just a two year degree or equal experience. A lot of them (especially in California, it seems) require testing after submitting the application and being approved. A couple years ago, I applied for and was approved for testing with the Knoxville TN police department for a crime scene technician position, but passed it up for a guaranteed job offer in the city I was living in that came at the same time (not in a related field, it was in sales). There are times I regret the decision! However, since I decided not to go to the testing, I have no idea how the competition is. Lots of people, no people, were they under-qualified, over-qualified, etc.

Anyone who's applied for a crime scene analyst/technician/investigator position, what was your take? How much training/experience did you have at the time? Did you feel the competition was fierce, that you needed a lot more training/education to really be considered? Or did you think you had a fair chance at it?

The reason I'm searching for answers is because I will be done with my associate's degree in about a year (after starting it 3 years ago ... I took 2 1/2 years off when that job offer came) and depending on whether or not I can get a job with just that degree will depend on if I continue on to my bachelor's, join a police department, or just keep searching for a couple months until I get a job!
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Fraud/Business Foresnics? [15 Jun 2008|01:49am]

sharz
I'm currently doing postgraduate law at the moment but I've done other degrees as well, which have lead me into the path of Business Forensics which I am pursuing as a career.

What are people's opinions on calling fraud investigations and such as Business Forensics. To all the science people, does that bother you? Forensics is generally associated with chemicals, laboratories and etc.

Does it bother people when Fraud/IT investigations are deemed to be a 'science' and is labeled with the term 'forensics'?

I bring this up because one of the cases that I am observing on had a forensic scientist complain about the term 'forensic accountant' and IT forensics as being over glamorized and inaccurate.

How many people share that view?
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Intro! [22 May 2008|07:45pm]

minnie_may
Hi! My name is Anna and I've only taken an archeology and a high school level forensics course before. Right now I am majoring in Art but I love reading and learning about forensic anthropology and was just wondering if anyone could point me into the direction of any interesting books, podcasts, websites where I could learn more. I'm really interested in how the body decomposes (not to sound creepy) and the process of excavating bodies (I just finished reading The Bone Woman by Clea Koff and really liked it!).

So yeah! I just want to learn more but am unable to take classes so hopefully someone can suggest other ways to find information! Thanks! --Anna
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question.. [20 May 2008|07:47pm]
forensiciscool

Oh yea, as I said earlier that if I study something totally unrelated with sciences or forensic science, will i still get a chance in studying forensic science. Im currently studying Maritime Transportation Management.

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