(oz. Shortandy in Abzelilovsky district Rep. Back.), archeol. culture of the Neolithic (the second floor. III the beginning of the second Millennium BC) East. slope of MT. U. was Formed on the base pozdneeneoliticheskoe cultures of South Africa. U. with the active impact of forest Neolithic cultures U., primarily lipczynski and ayatskoe. Selected Genemachines. POS. unfortified, there are advantages. on the shores of the lake. on low terraces. Sq. 3-4 ha and more. Have a clear plan; dwelling rectangular and oval shapes, covered with stone, the roof is covered log coasting. Read more [...]
SARGARINSKAYA (SARGARINSKO Alexis) CULTURE
archaeological. Culture Bronze Age. Titles. on a range of memory. in the tract Sargary on p. Toad in Atbasar Akmola region. Included in a common culture of the roll ceramics takes ter. steppe and forest-steppe part of the strip between rivers. Ural and Ob, dates back to XIII (XII) -IX (VIII) centuries. BC SK formed on the basis of the Andronov Culture Fedorov kult.-ist. community influenced Cherkaskul, Karasuk irmenskoy and cultures to-rye determined its local features. S.Ya.Zdanovich highlighted.
In the development of SK identifies three stages: early Read more [...]
the final stage in the stone. (VI-IV millennium BC.) Coincided with the warm and moist Atlantic period. The optimum ratio of heat and moisture to determine the highest flourishing flora and fauna W. Forest space occupied a considerable part of the forest-steppe and tundra zones W. At South. W. boundary between forest and steppe reached a position close to the present-day.
In N. had mastered the technology of manufacturing of pottery and width. spread such methods of working stone, sanding, sawing, drilling. Us. W. widely used rich natural resources, especially various types of stone. Read more [...]
era in the Stone., occupies an intermediate position between the Paleolithic and Neolithic. Its main content adaptation person. groups to the natural conditions of the postglacial Holocene. Massive restructuring of the whole complex of natural conditions (climate, hydrology, landscapes, fauna) has led to large movements of us., Develop new ter., Change in the form x-va, lifestyle and social. org-tion. Mat. M. culture is characterized by a high level of kremneobrabotki, domination plate industries, br. the proliferation of a number of tehn. innovations vkladyshevoy art large chopping Read more [...]
Mezhovsky-IRMENSKY HISTORICAL AND CULTURAL FORMATION
a term coined to denote complexes M.F.Kosarevym bronzes. in. in the Urals and Western. Siberia. Includes the following crops: Mezhovsky in the Urals, in Barkhatovo Tobol region, irmenskuyu in the Ob-Irtysh; This may also include complexes pozdnesuzgunskogo image (upper layers Suzguna II, Chudskoy mountain) in Vol. h., memory. type Chupino and Kuchum Mountain. All cultures M.-II-KP combines a genetic link with the cultures andronoidnoy community (Cherkaskul, Pahomovsky), they are further carriers and successors of those traditions to-rye formed Read more [...]
LOZVINSK TYPE MONUMENTS
archeol. MEM., selected Vdimitrov according to the materials of postabank. settlement, excavated in the bass. RV tawdy. Later l.t.s. do were opened on R. Conde, in the lower reaches of the Irtysh and Ob. They are presented seasonal camps-the camps, the stationary base and the settlement and production. objects systems of pits. On the underlying settlement was erected fortified dwellings, in which lived large groups (community) taiga hunters and fishermen.
Ceramics l.t.s. do presents subprovisions vessels with round or flat bottom. Decorating made. original clay stamps from Read more [...]
Kosminsky LAKES MONUMENTS
group of ancient settlement. C. Timan. Kosminsky Lake. located on the border of Resp. Komi, Nenets Autonomous. env. and Mezenskogo district of the Arkhangelsk region. Constitute a large lake system. In 1970 V.E.Luzginym on KO Open 10 archaeological. memory. Pos. Ruzhnikova and Kiska multilayer unstratified contain materials dec. periods from the Neolithic to the early of medieval .; parking Alexakhina ply memory., the remaining single-walled parking and location. Pos. Ruzhnikova located on the western. shore KO, on the slope of the 12-m outcrop of sandy terraces on the Read more [...]
Volosovsky Garinsky-cultural community
generality of the late Stone Age. Existed in the second half. III -first floor. II millennium BC. Summary ter. Distribution Upper and Mid. Volga, Kama, Vyatka region. The structure of community traditionally incl. three cultures: Volosovsky Mari-Volga Tatar, yurtikovskaya (Yurtik) in Vyatka region and Garinsky in Kama. Given the proximity of the materials in the community can be switched on. and Borskaya memory. (Bor I, V, Bor culture) Upper Kama region.
In the development community there are two major phases: early and late. Genesis V.-G.K.O. not completely Read more [...]
Since I endure in the Southwestward, any post that has a overnice flow streamlined done it! I opt riparian areas in the canyonlands of northerly Arizona or southerly Utah. Hither, you bear your piddle necessarily met, effective sportfishing, first-class forage opportunities for pabulum plants, and oft a landscape peppered with antediluvian ruins as this is where virtually prehistorical cultures resided. In the summertime, an lift of 4,000-6,000 feet is paragon as it is commonly not passing hot during the day and nights are batty.On these personal trips that orbit from 3-10 years, I contract a woolen Read more [...]
In control cultures could be observed more or less pronounced adverse effect of tumor cells to normal, dependent on the type of both. Initially, the cancer cells were introduced at growth in the first rows of normal and gradually pushed them. After a few days of normal cells appeared signs of necrobiosis - vacuolation, pyknosis, necrosis, cytolysis, etc., as the cancer cells are actively breeding.
In contrast, in cultures with an enzyme preparation is a following. Initially, the cancer cells grow freely in all directions, the fastest - in the direction of the normal tissue. Then they rise almost Read more [...]
Bacterial culture - Artificially propagated on nutrient media collection of bacteria one species descended from a single bacterial cell. Bacterial culture is preserved in the solid (1.5-2% of the meat-extract agar), semi (0.5-0.7% meat-extract agar) or liquid (meat-peptone broth) medium (see).
For long-term storage of freeze-dried bacterial culture (see Dehydration) and placed in vials. In the absence of freeze-drying bacterial cultures in test tubes kept on nutrient media, sterile cotton plug is pushed into the tube and pour a thin layer of wax. For storage of bacterial cultures is convenient Read more [...]