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The Effect of a Mother’s Level of Attachment and Her Emotional Intelligence on a Child’s Health during Its First Year of Life  [PDF]
Elena Nikolaeva, Vera Merenkova
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2013.45068

The aim of this study was to investigate the possibility of predicting the health of a child during its first year by using the mother’s emotional intelligence and the level of her attachment to the child. Serving as test subjects were 50 mother-child pairs during the first year of life and 50 mother-child pairs during the second year of life (altogether 200 individuals). It was shown that the likelihood of dismissing a diagnosis given to a child at a maternity clinic depends on the level of the mother’s acceptance of the child and not on her emotional intelligence and anxiety.

China: International Cooperation in Environmental Protection  [PDF]
Nikolaeva Kamila Sergeevna
Journal of Geoscience and Environment Protection (GEP) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/gep.2015.32005

The paper deals with China’s involvement in the process of international environmental protection. The cooperation between China and international environmental organizations is analyzed. This article stresses on such issues as China’s cooperation with United Nations Environment Program, Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation, Association of Southeast Asian Nations, China-Europe and China-Africa Cooperation. The key spheres of China’s activity in international environmental protection are examined in this paper. Thus, Chinese government attaches great importance to environmental protection and believes that environmental protection will have a direct impact on the overall situation of China’s modernization drive and its long-term development. While promoting economic growth, it has adopted a wide range of measures to strengthen environmental protection.

A Glucose-Utilizing Strain, Cupriavidus euthrophus B-10646: Growth Kinetics, Characterization and Synthesis of Multicomponent PHAs
Tatiana Volova, Evgeniy Kiselev, Olga Vinogradova, Elena Nikolaeva, Anton Chistyakov, Aleksey Sukovatiy, Ekaterina Shishatskaya
PLOS ONE , 2014, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087551
Abstract: This study investigates kinetic and production parameters of a glucose-utilizing bacterial strain, C. eutrophus B-10646, and its ability to synthesize PHA terpolymers. Optimization of a number of parameters of bacterial culture (cell concentration in the inoculum, physiological activity of the inoculum, determined by the initial intracellular polymer content, and glucose concentration in the culture medium during cultivation) provided cell concentrations and PHA yields reaching 110 g/L and 80%, respectively, under two-stage batch culture conditions. Addition of precursor substrates (valerate, hexanoate, propionate, γ-butyrolactone) to the culture medium enabled synthesis of PHA terpolymers, P(3HB/3HV/4HB) and P(3HB/3HV/3HHx), with different composition and different molar fractions of 3HB, 3HV, 4HB, and 3HHx. Different types of PHA terpolymers synthesized by C. eutrophus B-10646 were used to prepare films, whose physicochemical and physical-mechanical properties were investigated. The properties of PHA terpolymers were significantly different from those of the P3HB homopolymer: they had much lower degrees of crystallinity and lower melting points and thermal decomposition temperatures, with the difference between these temperatures remaining practically unchanged. Films prepared from all PHA terpolymers had higher mechanical strength and elasticity than P3HB films. In spite of dissimilar surface structures, all films prepared from PHA terpolymers facilitated attachment and proliferation of mouse fibroblast NIH 3T3 cells more effectively than polystyrene and the highly crystalline P3HB.
Electric Field Driven Magnetic Domain Wall Motion in Iron Garnet Film
Alexey V. Nikolaev,Alexander P. Pyatakov,Elena P. Nikolaeva,Georgy A. Meshkov,Alexander S. Logginov,Anatolii K. Zvezdin
Physics , 2008,
Abstract: The dynamic observation of domain wall motion induced by electric field in magnetoelectric iron garnet film is reported. Measurements in 800 kV/cm electric field pulses gave the domain wall velocity ~45 m/s. Similar velocity was achieved in magnetic field pulse about 50 Oe. Reversible and irreversible micromagnetic structure transformation is demonstrated. These effects are promising for applications in spintronics and magnetic memory.
THE RECREATIONAL DEVELOPMENT ISSUES OF THE CHEMAL AREA К вопросу рекреационного освоения Чемальского района
Nikolaeva O. P.
Polythematic Online Scientific Journal of Kuban State Agrarian University , 2013,
Abstract: The article highlights the main recreational development stages of the most popular and attractive places in Altai Republic – the Chemal area
B.W. Zeigarnik and Pathopsychology
Valentina V Nikolaeva
Psychology in Russia : State of Art , 2011,
Abstract: The present work suggests an analysis of B.W. Zeigarnik's contribution into development of pathopsychology as a branch of clinical psychology. There are con-sidered the main theoretical and methodological problems of pathopsychology which were elaborated in B.W. Zeigarnik's works. The problems of coordination between pathopsychology, general psychology and psychiatry, formulated by B.W. Zeigarnik, as well as specif!c features of the subject matter of pathopsychology are also discussed.
Physiological Response of Halophyte (Suaeda altissima (L.) Pall.) and Glycophyte (Spinacia oleracea L.) to Salinity  [PDF]
Nataly R. Meychik, Yuliya I. Nikolaeva, Igor P. Yermakov
American Journal of Plant Sciences (AJPS) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ajps.2013.42A055

We have done a comparative study of ion status, growth and biochemical parameters in shoots and roots of seablite (Suaeda altissima (L.) Pall.) and spinach (Spinacia oleracea L.) grown with different salinity levels in the medium (0.5 - 750 mМ). A distinctive feature of the halophyte was a high Na+ content in tissues at its low concentration in the medium (0.5 mM). In these conditions, Na+ accumulation in seablite roots was four-fold higher than in spinach roots, and Na+ content in seablite leaves was almost 20-fold higher than in spinach. Together with an increase in sodium concentration in the medium, K+ content decreased six-fold in seablite leaves, while in spinach it did not decrease so drastically. We can suppose that in the halophyte, some processes occur only in the presence of sodium, and these functions of sodium cannot be fully fulfilled by potassium. Analysis of protein and total nitrogen content in tissues shows that at high salinity, the ability to synthesize non-protein nitrogen-containing compounds increases in the halophyte and decreases in the glycophyte. Data on proline content dynamics show that its increase in tissues of spinach (salinity levels 150 and 250 mМ) and seablite (salinity levels 0.5 and 750 m

Clinical Psychology of Corporeality: Principles of Cultural-Historical Subject Analysis
Valentina V. Nikolaeva,Galina A. Arina
Psychology in Russia : State of Art , 2009,
Abstract: The psychology of corporeality is a new and intensively elaborated branch of science. The theoretical foundations of its subject differ significantly from those of medical psychosomatics. In a given article some new concepts of this approaching discipline are introduced and the role of symbolic mediation in genesis of different psychosomatic diseases is discussed.
Theoretical study of solar light reflectance from vertical snow surfaces
O. V. Nikolaeva,A. A. Kokhanovsky
The Cryosphere Discussions , 2012, DOI: 10.5194/tcd-6-4205-2012
Abstract: The influence of horizontal and vertical inhomegeneity of snow surfaces on solar light reflectance is studied using the radiative transfer theory (RTT). We found that large errors are produced if the 1-D RTT is used for the calculation of snow reflection function (and, therefore, also in the retrievals of the snow grain radii) in 3-D measurement geometries. Such 3-D geometries are common in the procedures for the determination of the effective snow grain radii using near infrared photography and spectroscopy of vertical snow walls.
The Gromov-Hausdorff Metric on the Space of Compact Metric Spaces is Strictly Intrinsic
Alexandr Ivanov,Nadezhda Nikolaeva,Alexey Tuzhilin
Mathematics , 2015,
Abstract: It is proved that the Gromov-Hausdorff metric on the space of compact metric spaces considered up to an isometry is strictly intrinsic, i.e., the corresponding metric space is geodesic. In other words, each two points of this space (each two compact metric spaces) can be connected by a geodesic. For finite metric spaces a geodesic is constructed explicitly.
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