Biokhimiia

Biokhimiia

 

(Biochemistry), journal published by the Academy of Sciences of the USSR in Moscow. It was founded in 1936 by A. N. Bakh. It appears once every two months. The journal publishes experimental work on general biochemistry; enzymology (the study of enzymes); the metabolism of plants, animals, and microorganisms; the biochemistry of vitamins, hormones, and other physiologically active compounds that occur in nature; and the biochemical foundations of the technology of plant and animal foodstuffs. It has a circulation of approximately 4,000 copies (1970).

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Dejstvie ozona na plesen pri khranenii zerna [Effect of ozone on the fungi during storage of grain], Biokhimiia i kachestvo zerna: Trudy BNII zerna i produktov ego pererabotki 103: 35-10 (in Russian).
The main lines of technological research in the research Institute of fishery and oceanology, Prikladnaia biokhimiia i technologiia [[TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]/Applied Biochemistry and Technology of hydrobionts] 143: 9-16.