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Auxins (IAA, NAA, p-CPA) caused 20–30% promotion of respiration of auxin-dependent cell cultures ofNicotiana tabacum, Glycine max, Taraxacum mongolica, andAtriplex sp. and had small if any effect on respiration of auxin-independent cell cultures ofRubus sp. andScorzonera hispanica. Antiauxin (p-CPIBA) did not affect the respiration. The auxin effect on the(More)
The effect of work on a computer on the functional state of preschool children (five to six years of age) using developing software (DS) with differently colored backgrounds (lettuce green, blue, black, or graypurple) has been studied. All other characteristics of DS were alike: the same children were examined while working with each of the four(More)
The following specific psychophysiological functions, important for computer work, were identified in children aged five to six years: the functional mobility of nervous processes; the accuracy of hand kinesthesia; the functional state of the accommodative system of the eye; mental capacity, volume and concentration; and short-term memory function. A(More)
The functional status of the central nervous system (CNS), the character of the regulation of the heart rhythm, and general operative efficiency were studied in 96 five-, six-, and seven-year-old children working with a personal computer (PC). The study revealed certain age-specific features in the childrens' physiological reactions to this work:(More)
Were identified specific and meaningful for computer work physiological functions in children of 5-6 years: a functional motility of nervous processes, the function of the motor analyzer (accuracy of hand kinesthesia), the functional state of the eye accommodative system, mental capacity, volume and concentration, shortterm memory function. A considerable(More)