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THE PHYSIOLOGICAL AND BIOGEOCHEMICAL JUSTIFICATION OF THE MAN'S ADAPTATION PROBLEM UNDER THE DIFFERENT CONDITIONS OF THE INHABITATION MEDIUM

By Elena Vladimirovna Evstafieva

Abstract

Offered has been the physiological and biogeochemical justification of the approaches to the complex analysis of interaction in the system man- inhabitation medium and its approvement within the limits of the ecologo-physiological monitoring. The physiological importance of the geochemical conditions of the medium, insertion of the mediator action on the man's organism of the anthropogenous factors of the biogeochemical organization of territories; the dependence between the functional state of the organism and the species and the intensity of the anthropogenous factors; the priority distribution of the antropogenous loads have been established. The program-purposeful principles and the structure of the ecologo-physiological monitoring, the algorithm of the expert evaluation of the individual adaptation have been developed. The peculiarities of the animals adaptation to the action of the chemical and physical factors have been revealed. The theoretical developments and practical recommendations have consisted the base of the program project on the nature protection, being included in the Republic conception of the Consumers' rights protection, have been used in the courses of lectures in Pushchino State University, in Tavrichesky Ecological Institute, a.o.Available from VNTIC / VNTIC - Scientific & Technical Information Centre of RussiaSIGLERURussian Federatio

Topics: 06V - Genetics, cytology, molecular biology, 06S - Stress physiology, human, aerospace medicine, ADAPTATION OF THE MAN, ANTHROPOGENOUS EFFECT, INHABITATION MEDIUM, ECOLOGICO-PHYSIOLOGICAL MONITORING
Year: 1996
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