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This chapter lists the published scientific literature located through the online database searching described in Chapter 1 of this book and in Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women. This chapter is divided into two parts. Part A lists the citations retrieved in searches of Medline, EMBASE, PsycInfo, Agricola, NTIS, ERIC, Dissertation Abstracts, Occupational Safety and Health, Sociological Abstracts, SpaceLine, HStar, Social SciSearch, Sport, Textile Technology Digest, and Toxline. Part B lists the citations retrieved in searches of the Technical Reports database of the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). Since many of the Technical Reports citations are also found in the NTIS database, duplicates are listed only once, in Part B. Animal studies were retrieved only for studies in the Technical Reports database on military-related toxins. For foreign language articles, the language is given in brackets at the end of the citation. The indexing terms listed on the following page were used to assist the committee and the reader in organizing the large volume of literature. The initial page number(s) for each category in Part A and Part B of this chapter appear after each term. Some citations have been placed in more than one category.



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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies 2 Publications This chapter lists the published scientific literature located through the online database searching described in Chapter 1 of this book and in Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women. This chapter is divided into two parts. Part A lists the citations retrieved in searches of Medline, EMBASE, PsycInfo, Agricola, NTIS, ERIC, Dissertation Abstracts, Occupational Safety and Health, Sociological Abstracts, SpaceLine, HStar, Social SciSearch, Sport, Textile Technology Digest, and Toxline. Part B lists the citations retrieved in searches of the Technical Reports database of the Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC). Since many of the Technical Reports citations are also found in the NTIS database, duplicates are listed only once, in Part B. Animal studies were retrieved only for studies in the Technical Reports database on military-related toxins. For foreign language articles, the language is given in brackets at the end of the citation. The indexing terms listed on the following page were used to assist the committee and the reader in organizing the large volume of literature. The initial page number(s) for each category in Part A and Part B of this chapter appear after each term. Some citations have been placed in more than one category.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Index Terms anthropometry, 21, 83 body composition, 22, 83 body composition, obesity, 23 bone, 23 cardiovascular health, 24, 84 chemical defense, 26, 84 communicable diseases, 26, 85 cutaneous/dermal conditions, 29 eating disorders, 29, 85 endocrine, 31 family issues, 31, 85 gastrointestinal conditions, 32, 87 gynecologic/genito-urinary, 32, 87 gynecologic/reproductive health, birth control, 32, 87 gynecologic/reproductive health, lactation, 33, 87 gynecologic/reproductive health, long-range implications, 33 gynecologic/reproductive health, postpartum, 33 gynecologic/reproductive health, pregnancy, 33, 87 health, general, 34, 87 health services, 35, 88 HIV/AIDS, 37, 88 job satisfaction, 38, 88 job stress, 39, 89 load-bearing, 42, 89 medical technology, 42 menstrual cycle, 42 military women, general, 44, 89 miscellaneous, 90 musculoskeletal, biomechanics, 44 musculoskeletal, injuries, 46, 90 musculoskeletal, treatment, 49, 90 neurosensory conditions, 49 noise, hearing loss, 49, 90 nutrition, 50, 90 nutrition and exercise, 52, 91 otolaryngological conditions, 54 performance, 54, 91 pharmaceutical, 54, 91 physical fitness, general, 56, 92 physical fitness, strength/endurance, 58, 93 protective clothing and equipment, 60, 93 psychological conditions, 64, 94 radiation, 65, 94 respiratory conditions, 66, 95 responses to stressors, other, 67, 95 responses to stressors, physical activity, 67, 95 responses to stressors, pressure, 72, 96 responses to stressors, temperature, 73, 96 sexual assault/harassment, 74, 97 social support, 75, 97 STDs, 76 substance use, 76, 97 toxins, 77, 98 traumatic stress, combat, 79 traumatic stress, other, 81, 100

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Part A Citations from Civilian Databases ANTHROPOMETRY Buchholz B, Armstrong T, Goldstein S. Anthropometric data for describing the kinematics of the human hand . Ergonomics 1992;35(3):261-73. Buchholz B, Armstrong TJ. An ellipsoidal representation of human hand anthropometry. Hum Factors 1991;33(4):429-441. Bukovic D, Orescanin M, Szirovicza V, Krebes N. Anthropometric study of the physiologic bending of the axial skeleton . Acta Med Iugosl 1985;39(5):325-32. [In Serbo-Croation (Roman) and English] Burstrom L. Measurements of the impedance of the hand and arm. Int Arch Occup Environ Health 1990;62(6):431-39. Capelli C, Zamparo P, Cigalotto A, Francescato MP, Soule RG, Termin B, et al. Bioenergetics and biomechanics of front crawl swimming. J Appl Physiol 1995;78(2):674-9. Chaffin D. Ergonomics advances as a science with applications in health, safety . Occup Health Saf 1992;61(1):38-40. Chaffin DB, Redfern MS, Erig M, Goldstein SA. Lumbar muscle size and locations from CT scans of 96 women of age 40 to 63 years. Clin Biomech 1990;5(1):9-16. Clark JM, Freeman MA, Witham D. The relationship of neck orientation to the shape of the proximal femur. J Arthroplasty 1987;2(2):99-109. Coblentz A. Anthropometry and Dynamic Biometry. Paris, France: Anthropologie Appliquée; 1985. AA-181/85. [In French] Coblentz A, Mollard R, Ignazi G. Three-dimensional face shape analysis of French adults, and its application to the design of protective equipment. Ergonomics 1991;34(4):497-517. Colombini D, Occhipinti E, Grieco A, Faccini M. Estimation of lumbar disc areas by means of anthropometric parameters . Spine 1989;14(1):51-55. [Published erratum appears in Spine 1989;14(5):533 ]. Genant HK, Gluer CC, Lotz JC. Gender differences in bone density, skeletal geometry, and fracture biomechanics. Radiology 1994;190(3):636-40. Gravel D, Richards C, Filion M. Angle dependency in strength measurements of the ankle plantar flexors . Eur J Appl Physiol 1990;61(3-4):182-87. Hanson KB, Garcia PA, Hotchkiss DK. Estimation of body composition from anthropometric and physiological measurements of obese college women. Nutr Res 1985;5(10):1055-66. Jette M, Sidney K, Lewis W. Fitness, performance and anthropometric characteristics of 19,185 Canadian Forces personnel classified according to body mass index . Mil Med 1990;155(3):120-26. Jia L. Dynamic change in the ligmenta flava of the cervical spine in motion . Chung Hua Wai Ko Tsa Chih 1989;27(9):561-5. [In Chinese] Kerner MS, Kurrant AB. Relative isoinertial performance expressions for the isostation B-200 . J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 1990;12(2):60-5. Keyes G, Carr A, Miller R, Goodfellow J. The radiographic classification of medial gonarthrosis. Correlation with operation methods in 200 knees. Acta Orthop Scand 1992;63(5):497-501. Marras WS, Kim JY. Anthropometry of industrial populations. Ergonomics 1993;36(4):371-378. McCollum MA. Mechanical and spatial determinants of Paranthropus facial form. Am J Phys Anthropol 1994;93(2):259-73. Mital A, Karwowski W, Mazouz A, Orsarh E. Prediction of maximum acceptable weight of lift in the horizontal and vertical planes using simulated job dynamic strengths. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1986;47(5):288-92. Nicolaisen T, Jorgensen K. Trunk strength, back muscle endurance and low-back trouble. Scand J Rehabil Med 1985;17(3):121-7. Rajulu SL, Klute GK. Anthropometric Survey of the Astronaut Applicants and Astronauts from 1985 to 1991. Houston, TX: NASA, Johnson Space Center; 1993. Reid JG, Jensen RK. Human body segment inertia parameters: a survey and status report . Exerc Sport Sci Rev 1990;18:225-41. Reynolds HM, Rechtien JJ, Marshall GW, Marshall S. Spinal curvature of young adult females. Hum Biol 1986;58(6):883-91. Robinson M, MacMillan M, O'Connor P, Fuller A, Cassisi J. Reproducibility of maximal versus submaximal efforts in an isometric lumbar extension task. J Spinal Disord 1991;4(4):444-8. Stokes I, Gookin D, Reid S, Hazard R. Effects of axis placement on measurement of isokinetic flexion and extension torque in the lumbar spine. J Spinal Disord 1990;3(2):114-8. Stubbs D, Buckle P, Hudson M, Butler P, Rivers P. Nurses' uniform: an investigation of mobility. Int J Nurs Stud 1985;22(3):217-29. Tomassoni TL, Blanchard MS, Goldfarb AH. Effects of are bound exercise on aerobic capacity and body composition . Phys Sportsmed 1985;13(11):110-5.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Ulin S, Ways C, Armstrong T, Snook S. Perceived exertion and discomfort versus work height with a pistol-shaped screwdriver. Am Ind Hyg Assoc J 1990;51(11):588-94. Ulin SS, Snook SH, Armstrong TJ, Herrin GD. Preferred tool shapes for various horizontal and vertical work locations . Appl Occup Environ Hyg 1992;7(5):327-37. Vezina N, Courville J. Integration of women into traditionally masculine jobs. Women Health 1992;18(3):97-118. Walsh EG, Wright GW, Davies A, Lin JP, Thompson J. A comparison of the mechanogram of the ankle jerk in men and women: observations using an adjustable dorsiflexing torque, high inertia mechanical filter and automatic readout system. Exp Physiol 1993;78(4):531-40. Williams K, Cavanagh P, Ziff J. Biomechanical studies of elite female distance runners. Int J Sports Med 1987;8(Suppl 2):107-18. BODY COMPOSITION Andersson B, Xu X, Rebuffe-Scrive M, Terning K, Krotkiewski M, Bjorntorp P. The effects of exercise, training on body composition and metabolism in men and women. Int J Obes 1991;15(1):75-81. Ballor D, Keesey R. A meta-analysis of the factors affecting exercise-induced changes in body mass, fat mass and fat-free mass in males and females. Int J Obes 1991;15(11):717-26. Bell DG, Jacobs I, Lee SW. Blood lactate response to the Canadian Aerobic Fitness Test (CAFT) . Can J Sport Sci 1992;17(1):14-8. Conway T, Cronan T, Peterson K. Circumference-estimated percent body fat vs. weight-height indices: relationships to physical fitness. Aviat Space Environ Med 1989;60(5):433-7. Croft J, Strogatz D, James S, Keenan N, Ammerman A, Malarcher A, et al. Socioeconomic and behavioral correlates of body mass index in black adults: the Pitt County Study. Am J Public Health 1992;82(6):821-6. Fitzgerald PI, Vogel JA, Daniels WL, Dziados JE, Teves MA. Body Composition Project: A Summary Report and Descriptive Data. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. USARIEM-T-5/87. Friedl K, DeWinne CM, Taylor R. The use of the Durnin-Womersley generalized equations for body fat estimation and their impact on the Army Weight Control Program. Mil Med 1987;152(3):150-5. Henry C. Body mass index and the limits of human survival. Eur J Clin Nutr 1990;44(4):329-35. Janssen G, Graef C, Saris W. Food intake and body composition in novice athletes during a training period to run a marathon. Int J Sports Med 1989;10(Suppl 1):S17-21. Johnson GO, Nebelsick-Gullett LJ, Thorland WG, Housh TJ. The effect of a competitive season on the body composition of university female athletes. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 1989;29(4):314-20. Keenan N, Strogatz D, James S, Ammerman A, Rice B. Distribution and correlates of waist-to-hip ratio in black adults: the Pitt County Study. Am J Epidemiol 1992;135(6):678-84. Leibel R, Edens N, Fried S. Physiologic basis for the control of body fat distribution in humans . Annu Rev Nutr 1989;9:417-43. Lukaski HC, Bolonchuk WW, Siders WA, Hall CB. Body composition assessment of athletes using bioelectrical impedance measurements. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 1990;30(4):434-40. Marriott BM, Grumstrup-Scott J. Body Composition and Physical Performance: Applications for the Military Services. Washington, DC: National Academy Press; 1992. Niezgoda J, Walter M, Jarrard M. Furosemide overdose and maximal allowable weight standards. Mil Med 1989;154(12):608-9. Oppliger RA, Cassady SL. Body composition assessment in women. Special considerations for athletes. Sports Med 1994;17(6):353-7. Pasco JA, Rutishauser IHE. Body fat estimated from anthropometric and electrical impedance measurements . Hum Nutr Clin Nutr 39(5):365-9. Rice PL. Relationship of estrogen to strength, percent body fat and oxygen uptake in women. J Sports Med Phys Fitness 1988;28(2):145-50. Rose MS, Moore R, Mahnke R, Christensen E, Askew EW. Weight Reduction Techniques Adopted When Weight Standards Are Enforced . Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1993. USARIEM-T-4-93. Rupinski TE. Tradeoffs in Using Alternative Height-Weight Standards. Alexandria, VA: Center for Naval Analyses; 1989. CRM-89-168. Segal KR, Van Loan M, Fitzgerald PI, Hodgdon JA, Van Itallie TB. Lean body mass estimation by bioelectrical impedance analysis: a four-site cross-validation study. Am J Clin Nutr 1988;47(1):7-14. Shake C, Schlichting C, Mooney L, Callahan A, Cohen M. Predicting percent body fat from circumference measurements. Mil Med 1993;158(1):26-31. Sweeney S, Bonnabeau R. Positive and negative health behaviors used to ensure compliance with the U.S. Army's weight control standards by a reserve component unit. Mil Med 1990;155(6):255-60. Taylor C, Jatulis D, Winkleby M, Rockhill B, Kraemer H. Effects of life-style on body mass index change. Epidemiology 1994;5(6):599-603.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Teves MA, Vogel JA, Carlson DE, Schnakenberg DD. Body Composition and Muscle Performance Aspects of the 1985 CFFS (Combat Field Feeding System) Test. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. USARIEM-T-12/86. Tremblay A, Simoneau JA, Bouchard C. Impact of exercise intensity on body fatness and skeletal muscle metabolism. Metab Clin Exp 1994;43(7):814-8. Tuomilehto J, Jalkanen L, Salonen JT, Nissinen A. Factors associated with changes in body weight during a five-year follow-up of a population with high blood pressure. Scand J Soc Med 1985;13(4):173-80. Vanderburgh P. Ability of the Army Circumference Method to detect changes in subcutaneous fat over a 9-week period. Mil Med 1992;157(4):186-8. Vanderburgh P. Fat distribution: its physiological significance, health implications, and its adaptation to exercise training. Mil Med 1992;157(4):189-92. Vogel JA, Friedl KE. Body fat assessment in women. Special considerations. Sports Med 1992;13:245-69. Walberg JL. Aerobic exercise and resistance weight-training during weight reduction. Implications for obese persons and athletes. Sports Med 1989;7(6):343-56. Withers RT, Ball CT. A comparison of the effects of measured, predicted, estimated and constant residual volumes on the body density of female athletes . Int J Sports Med 1988;9(1):24-8. Withers RT, Whittingham NO, Norton KI, La Forgia J, Ellis MW, Crockett A. Relative body fat and anthropometric prediction of body density of female athletes. Eur J Appl Physiol 1987;56(2):169-80. BODY COMPOSITION, OBESITY Bouchard C. Current understanding of the etiology of obesity: genetic and nongenetic factors. Am J Clin Nutr 1991;53(6 Suppl):1561S-5S. Bray G, York B, DeLany J. A survey of the opinions of obesity experts on the causes and treatment of obesity. Am J Clin Nutr 1992;55(1 Suppl):151S-4S. Everett W. A practical review of obesity in military medicine. Mil Med 1987;152(3):125-9. French S, Jeffery R, Wing R. Sex differences among participants in a weight-control program. Addict Behav 1994;19(2):147-58. Jeffery R, French S, Forster J, Spry V. Socioeconomic status differences in health behaviors related to obesity: the Healthy Worker Project. Int J Obes 1991;15(10):689-96. Krotkiewski M, Bjorntorp P. Muscle tissue in obesity with different distribution of adipose tissue. Effects of physical training. Int J Obes 1986;10(4):331-41. McGinnis J, Ballard-Barbash R. Obesity in minority populations: policy implications of research. Am J Clin Nutr 1991;53(6 Suppl):1512S-4S. Ravussin E, Fontvieille A, Swinburn B, Bogardus C. Risk factors for the development of obesity. Ann N Y Acad Sci 1993;683:141-50. Schwartz F. Obesity in adult females: the relationship among personality characteristics, dieting, and weight. Am Assoc Occ Health Nurses J 1993;41(10):504-9. Trent LK, Stevens LT. Survey of the Navy's three-tiered obesity treatment program. Mil Med 1993;158(9):614-8. Tsai S, Lucas L, Bernacki E. Obesity and morbidity prevalence in a working population. J Occup Med 1988;30(7):589-91. BONE Baker E, Demers L. Menstrual status in female athletes: correlation with reproductive hormones and bone density. Obstet Gynecol 1988;72(5):683-7. Buchanan JR, Myers C, Lloyd T, Leuenberger P, Demers LM. Determinants of peak trabecular bone density in women: the role of androgens, estrogen, and exercise. J Bone Miner Res 1988;3(6):673-80. Carbon R, Sambrook P, Deakin V, Fricker P, Eisman JA, Kelly P, et al. Bone density of elite female athletes with stress fractures. Med J Aust 1990;153(7):373-6. Chesnut C. Theoretical overview: bone development, peak bone mass, bone loss, and fracture risk. Am J Med 1991;91(5B):2S-4S. Drinkwater BL, Nilson K, Ott S, Chesnut CH. Bone mineral density after resumption of menses in amenorrheic athletes . JAMA 1986;256(3):380-2. Fournier PE, Rizzoli R, Slosman DO, Buchs B, Bonjour JP. Relative contribution of vertebral body and posterior arch in female and male lumbar spine peak bone mass. Osteoporosis Int 1994;4(5):264-72. Harber VJ, Webber CE, Sutton JR, MacDougall JD. The effect of amenorrhea on calcaneal bone density and total bone turnover in runners. Int J Sports Med 1991;12(5):505-8. Heinonen A, Oja P, Kannus P, Sievanen H, Manttari A, Vuori I. Bone mineral density of female athletes in different sports. Bone Miner 1993;23(1):1-14. Heinrich CH, Going SB, Pamenter RW, Perry CD, Boyden TW, Lohman TG. Bone mineral content of cyclically menstruating female resistance and endurance trained athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1990;22(5):558-63. Holbrook T, Barrett-Connor E. A prospective study of alcohol consumption and bone mineral density . Br Med J 1993;306(6891):1506-9.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Jones KP, Ravnikar VA, Tulchinsky D, Schiff I. Comparison of bone density in amenorrheic women due to athletics, weight loss, and premature menopause. Obstet Gynecol 1985;66(1):5-8. Kelly P, Twomey L, Sambrook P, Eisman J. Sex differences in peak adult bone mineral density. J Bone Miner Res 1990;5(11):1169-75. Lane N, Baptista J, Snow-Harter C. Bone mineral density of the lumbar spine in endometriosis subjects compared to an age-similar control population. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1991;72(2):510-4. Lindsay R. Osteoporosis: an updated approach to prevention and management. Geriatrics 1989;44(1):45-6. Martin AD, Bailey DA. Review: skeletal integrity in amenorrhoeic athletes. Aust J Sci Med Sport 1987;19(2):3-7. Mesaki N, Motobu M, Sasaki J. Decreased bone mineral density in athletic amenorrhea. Jpn J Fertil Steril 1994;39(4):11-6. Millar AL, Hunter D. Osteopenia: its relation to menstrual disorder in female athletes . J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 1990;11(8):351-4. Montoya HJ. The 1987 C.H. McCloy research lecture: better bones and biodynamics . Res Q Exerc Sport 1987;58(4):334-48. Reid I, Plank L, Evans M. Fat mass is an important determinant of whole body bone density in premenopausal women but not in men. J Clin Endocrinol Metab 1992;75(3):779-82. Risser WL, Lee EJ, Leblanc A, Poindexter HBW, Risser JMH, Schneider V. Bone density in eumenorrheic female college athletes. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1990;22(5):570-4. Rutherford OM. Spine and total body bone mineral density in amenorrheic endurance athletes. J Appl Physiol 1993;74(6):2904-8. Shah BG, Belonje B. Calcium and bone health of women. Nutr Res 1988;8(4):431-42. Turner R, Riggs B, Spelsberg T. Skeletal effects of estrogen. Endocr Rev 1994;15(3):275-300. Wolman RL, Clark P, McNally E, Harries MG, Reeve J. Dietary calcium as a statistical determinant of spinal trabecular bone density in amenorrhoeic and oestrogenreplete athletes. Bone Miner 1992;17(3):415-23. Wolman RL, Clark P, McNally E, Harries M, Reeve J. Menstrual state and exercise as determinants of spinal trabecular bone density in female athletes. Br Med J 1990;301(6751):516-8. Wolman RL, Faulmann L, Clark P, Hesp R, Harries MG. Different training patterns and bone mineral density of the femoral shaft in elite, female athletes. Ann Rheum Dis 1991;50(7):487-9. Yeager KK, Agostini R, Nattiv A, Drinkwater B. The female athlete triad: disordered eating, amenorrhea, osteoporosis . Med Sci Sports Exerc 1993;25(7):775-7. CARDIOVASCULAR HEALTH Amroliwalla F. Angiotensin converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors in hypertensive aircrew . Aviat Space Environ Med 1994;65(11):1054-7. Ballor D, Poehlman E. Resting metabolic rate and coronary-heart-disease risk factors in aerobically and resistance-trained women. Am J Clin Nutr 1992;56(6):968-74. Bauman A, Owen N. Habitual physical activity and cardiovascular risk factors. Med J Aust 1991;154(1):22-8. Bazzarre T, Murdoch S, Wu S, Hopkins R. Associations of cardiovascular disease risk factors with measures of energy expenditure and caloric intake in a farm population. J Am Coll Nutr 1992;11(1):42-9. Bielenda C, Knapik J, Wright D. Physical fitness and cardiovascular disease risk factors of female senior U.S. military officers and federal employees. Mil Med 1993;158(3):177-81. Blair T, Marghella P, Landers R, Boccuzzi S. Incidence of hypercholesterolemia in the active duty Navy population in 1986. Mil Med 1989;154(1):29-31. Bompani GD, Cerasola G, Morici ML, Condorelli M, Trimarco B, De Luca N, et al. Effects of moderate low sodium/high potassium diet on essential hypertension: Results of a comparative study. Int J Clin Pharmacol Ther Toxicol 1988;26(3):129-32. Bovens A, Van Baak M, Vrencken J, Wijnen J, Saris W, Verstappen F. Physical activity, fitness, and selected risk factors for CHD in active men and women. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1993;25(5):572-6. Brand F, Dannenberg A, Abbott R, Kannel W. The epidemiology of varicose veins: the Framingham Study. Am J Prev Med 1988;4(2):96-101. Burke TJ. Estimate of requirements for detection and treatment of hypercholesterolemia in U.S. Army aviators. Aviat Space Environ Med 1991;62(12):1174-9. Casazza G, Holly R, Van Alstine A, Amsterdam E. Exercise training and reduction of some coronary risk factors in female cigarette smokers. Am J Cardiol 1995;75(1):85-7. Fagard RH, Thijs LB, Amery AK. The effect of gender on aerobic power and exercise hemodynamics in hypertensive adults. Med Sci Sports Exerc 1995;27(1):29-34. Favaro L, Caplin J, Fettiche J, Dymond D. Sex differences in exercise induced left ventricular dysfunction in patients with syndrome X. Br Heart J 1987;57(3):232-6. Forde O, Thelle D, Arnesen E, Mjos O. Distribution of high density lipoprotein cholesterol according to relative body weight, cigarette smoking and leisure time physical activity. The Cardiovascular Disease Study in Finnmark 1977. Acta Med Scand 1986;219(2):167-71.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Kroskey DL. Factors Affecting the Nutritional Status of Pregnant Women. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1989. A217363 AFIT/CI/CIA-89-115. 126p. Quigley BM, Engell DB, Hirsch E. Soldier and Food Service Personnel Attitudes toward Nutrition Initiatives . Natick, MA: Army Research Development and Engineering Center; 1987. A191154 NATICK/TR-88/022. 50p. Rose MS, Szlyk PC, Francesconi RP, Lester LS, Armstrong L, Matthew W. Effectiveness and Acceptability of Nutrient Solutions in Enhancing Fluid Intake in the Heat. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1988. A208428 USARIEM-T-10/89. 252p. Trent LK. Nutrition Knowledge in the U.S. Navy. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1990. A232085 NHRC-90-27. 34p. NUTRITION AND EXERCISE Despres JP, Bouchard C. Morphology and Metabolism of Human Fatty Tissue: Relationships with Sex, Body Fat and Level of Physical Training. Orpington, England: Defence Research Information Centre; 1985. B092060 DRIC-T-7391, DRIC-BR-94321. 12p. [In French] Kretsch MJ, O'Connor MO, Sauberlich HE. Energy Expenditure and Activity Patterns of Cadets at the United States Military Academy, West Point. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1985. A157857 LAIR-IR-200. 42p. PERFORMANCE Allen GL. Assessment of Visuospatial Abilities Using Complex Cognitive Tasks . Norfolk, VA: Old Dominion University; 1984. A158919. 36p. Daly PK. Mental Rotation with and without a Concurrent Task: Moderating Effects of Visuospatial Ability. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1994. A281866 AFIT/CI/CIA-94-074. 119p. Mullins WR. Female Combat Helicopter Pilot Selection Criteria. Fort Leavenworth, KS: Army Command and General Staff College; 1993. A273935. 112p. Nye LG, Collins WE. Some Personality Characteristics of Air Traffic Control Specialist Trainees: Interactions of Personality and Aptitude Test Scores with FAA Academy Success and Career Expectations. Washington, DC: Federal Aviation Administration, Office of Aviation Medicine; 1991. A238072 DOT/FAA/AM-91/8. 15p. Quester AO. Non-prior-service Male and Female Recruits: Historical Comparisons of Continuation, Promotion/Demotion, and Desertion Rates. Alexandria, VA: Center for Naval Analyses, Navy-Marine Corps Planning and Manpower Division; 1988. B144786L CRM-88-88. 29p. Saccuzzo DP, Larson GE, Brown J. The Effect of Incentives on the Reliability and Validity of Cognitive Speed Tests. San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; 1989. A211346 NPRDC-TR-89-14. 50p. Stock MJ, Nixon CW, Fisher VG III, Goodyear CD. Human Real Time Perception in Noise. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1986. A172374 AAMRL-TR-86-034. 41p. Tate MM. Utility of Demographic and Psychological Measures for the Prediction of Army Separation. Fort Monroe, VA: Army Training and Doctrine Command; 1986. A179105. 103p. Teves MA, Wright JE, Vogel JA. Performance on Selected Candidate Screening Test Procedures before and after Army Basic and Advanced Individual Training. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1985. A162805 USARIEM-T-13/85. 73p. Vance KM. Illusions of Unique Invulnerability: Impact of Beliefs on Behavior . Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1991. A250194 AFIT/CI/CIA-91-135. 110p. Wilcove GL, Bruni J Jr., Morrison RF. Officer Career Development: Reactions of Two Unrestricted Line Communities to Detailers. San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; 1987. A184422 NPRDC-TN-87-40. 43p. PHARMACEUTICAL Bruce JI. Testing of Compounds for Efficacy against Schistosomiasis. Lowell, MA: University of Massachusetts, Lowell; 1987. A187950 04-4267/2. 106p. Frost DF, Hall RD, Zaucha GM, Waring PP, Clifford CB. Twenty-eight Day Subchronic Toxicity Study of Physostigmine Salicylate in Beagle Dogs. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A203695 LAIR-310, Toxicology Ser-224. 299p. Frost DF, Korte DW Jr. Acute Subcutaneous Toxicity of Physostigmine Salicylate in ICR Mice . San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A203098 LAIR-309, Toxicology Ser-216. 58p. Frost DF, Korte DW Jr. Acute Subcutaneous Toxicity of Physostigmine Salicylate in Sprague-Dawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A201957 LAIR-313, Toxicology Ser-214. 65p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Girgis NI, Farid Z, Kilpatrick ME, Podgore JK, Sultan Y. Aztreonam Compared to Chloramphenicol in the Treatment of Enteric Fevers. Cairo, Egypt: Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3, Department of Medical Zoology; 1992. A261958. 5p. Keithly JS. Testing Experimental Compounds against Leishmaniasis in Laboratory Animal Model Systems. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Medical College, Department of Medicine; 1983. A172465. 66p. Kende M. Prophylactic and Therapeutic Efficacy of Poly(I,C)-LC against Rift Valley Fever Virus Infection in Mice. Fort Detrick, MD: Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases; 1985. A164540. 9p. Mioduszewski RJ, Bergmann JD, Crouse CL, Muse WT, Heitkamp DH. Inhalation Toxicity Screen of Naloxone, Naltrexone, and Nalmefene in Rats. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: Edgewood Research, Development, and Engineering Center; 1993. B175144 ERDEC-TR-074. 10p. Morgan EW, Zaucha GM, Waring PP, Letellier Y, Seewald JB. Ninety-day Subchronic Oral Toxicity Study of Pyridostigmine Bromide in Rats. Volume 2. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1990. A224449 LAIR-435-VOL-2, Toxicology Ser-185-VOL-2. 307p. Orner GA, Korte DW Jr. Micronucleus Assay of Pyridostigmine Bromide in Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1990. A227601 LAIR-442, Toxicology Ser-151. 26p. Orner GA, Korte DW Jr. Micronucleus Assay of Physostigmine Salicylate in Dogs. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A215149 LAIR-403, Toxicology Ser-250. 33p. Seewald JB, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Physostigmine Salicylate in ICR Mice. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A202784 LAIR-329, Toxicology Ser-215. 61p. Teague SM, Hordinsky JR. Tolerance of Beta Blocked Hypertensives during Orthostatic and Altitude Stresses. Cleveland, OH: Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, Division of Cardiology; 1992. A249904. 36p. PHYSICAL FITNESS, GENERAL Beach AJ, Hart LE, Myles WS, Anderson SL. Express (Exercise Prescription) Fitness Tests as Predictors of Stretcher Carrying Ability. Downsview, Ontario: Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. B115006 DCIEM-87-RR-09. 13p. Beckett MB, Hodgdon JA. Lifting and Carrying Capacities Relative to Physical Fitness Measures . San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1987. A189305 NHRC-87-26. 49p. Bell DG, Jacobs I. Electro-mechanical Response Times and Rate of Force Development in Males and Females. Downsview, Ontario: Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. A167154. 6p. Bell DG, Jacobs I. Blood Lactate Response to the CF Express Step Test. Downsview, Ontario: Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1991. A239494 DCIEM-91-44. 18p. Bell DG, Jacobs I, Sale DG, MacDougall JD. The Effect of Concurrent Strength and Endurance Training on Electromechanical Delay, Maximum Voluntary Contraction, and Rate of Force Development . Downsview, Ontario: Defence and Civil Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1989. A213316 DCIEM-88-RR-33. 25p. Davis BJ, Gutierrez AR. Gender Induced Differences in Naval Fitness Reports. Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School; 1991. A246782. 77p. Destadio FJ. Peacetime Physical Fitness and Its Effect on Combat Readiness: An Air Force Perspective. Carlisle Barracks, PA: Army War College; 1991. A236048. 44p. Dytell RS, Trent LK, Conway TL. A Causal Analysis of Interrelationships among Exercise, Physical Fitness, and Well-being in U.S. Navy Personnel. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1991. A252719 NHRC-91-27. 27p. Gooch CK. Effect of Physical Fitness on Response to Orthostasis in Healthy Young Women. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1988. A196377 AFIT/CI/NR-88-3. 78p. Knapik J, Banderet L, Bahrke M, O'Connor J, Jones B. Army Physical Fitness Test (APFT): Normative Data on 6022 Soldiers . Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1993. A274547 USARIEM-T97-7. 60p. Leboeuf MK. Effectiveness of the Physical Education Curriculum at the United States Military Academy in Preparing Its Women Graduates. West Point, NY: West Point Military Academy; 1994. A280201. 254p. McDonald DG. Psychological Predictors of Fitness and Performance in Active Duty U.S. Navy Personnel. San Diego, CA: Navy Health Research Center; 1988. A200377 NHRC-88-35. 29p. Mello RP, Murphy MM, Vogel JA. Relationship between a Two Mile Run and Maximal Oxygen Uptake. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A179343. 25p. Nice DS, Kilbourne BK. Demographic and Regional Determinants of Participation in Specific Exercise Activities. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1988. A198925 NHRC-88-19. 20p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Peterson KA, Cronan TA, Conway TL. Prediction of Physical Fitness: Estimated Percent Body Fat Using Body Circumferences Versus Weight-Height Measures. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1987. A190233 NHRC-87-25. 17p. Pollock ML, Garzarella L, Dehoyos D, Brechue W, Beekley M. The Cross-validation of the United States Air Force Submaximal Cycle Ergometer Test to Estimate Aerobic Capacity. St. Cloud, FL: Southeastern Center for Electrical Engineering Education Inc.; 1994. A284055. 157p. Sharp MA. Physical Fitness, Physical Training and Occupational Performance of Men and Women in the U.S. Army: A Review of Literature. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1993. A266297 USARIEM-TN-93-7. 24p. Sharp MA. Physical Fitness and Occupational Performance of Women in the U.S. Army. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1994. A285676. 13p. Stevenson JM, Andrew GM, Bryant JT, Thomson JM, Swan RD. Development of Minimum Physical Fitness Standards for the Canadian Armed Forces. Phase 3. Kingston, Ontario: Queen's University, Ergonomics Research Lab; 1988. A201757. 338p. Thomas PJ, Perry ZA, David KM. Fitness Reports of Naval Warfare Officers: A Search for Gender Differences . San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; 1994. A279954 NPRDC-TR-94-10. 30p. Vogel JA, Patton JF, Mello RP, Daniels WL. An Analysis of Aerobic Capacity in a Large United States Population . Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1985. A156200 USARIEM-M28/85. 34p. PHYSICAL FITNESS, STRENGTH/ENDURANCE Falkel JE, Sawka MN, Levine L, Pandolf KB. Upper to Lower Body Muscular Strength and Endurance Ratios for Women and Men. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1985. A164814 USARIEM-M-33/84. 12p. Falkel JE, Sawka MN, Levine L, Pimental NA, Pandolf KB. Upper-body Exercise Performance: Comparison between Women and Men . Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. A165386 USARIEM-M-26/84. 12p. Marcinik EJ, Hodgdon JA, O'Brien JJ, Mittleman K. A Comparison of the Effects of Circuit Weight Training on Men and Women. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1985. A159419 NAVHLTHRSCHC-85-13. 17p. Marcinik EJ, Hodgdon JA, O'Brien JJ, Mittleman K. Fitness Changes of Naval Women Following Aerobic Based Programs Featuring Calisthenic or Circuit Weight Training Exercises. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1985. A 162677 NAVHLTHRS CHC-84-19. 9p. Robertson DW, Trent T. Documentation of Muscularly Demanding Job Tasks and Validation of an Occupational Strength Test Battery (STB). San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center, Manpower and Personnel Lab; 1985. A162781 MPL-TN-86-1. 101p. Schopper AW, Mastroianni GR. Helicopter-referenced Single Control, Center-position Force Exertion Capabilities of Males and Females. Fort Rucker, AL: Army Aeromedical Research Lab; 1985. A161234 USAARL-85-4. 60p. PROTECTIVE CLOTHING AND EQUIPMENT Bailey M, Hall RW. Non-gender Safety Footwear: Fit and Function Evaluation. Natick, MA: Navy Clothing and Textile Research Facility; 1989. A258414 NCTRF-175. 22p. Fine BJ. The Effect of Heat and Chemical Protective Clothing on the Ability of a Group of Female Soldiers to Sustain Performance of Military Cognitive Tasks. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A192596 USARIEM-T-7/88. 37p. Fryauff DJ, Shoukry MA, Schreck CE. Stimulation of Attachment in a Camel Tick, Hyalomma dromedarii (Acari: ixodidae): The Unintended Result of Sublethal Exposure to Permethrin-impregnated Fabric. New York, NY: Naval Medical Research Unit No. 3; 1994. A282480 NAMRU-3-20/94. 9p. Jaffe H. Development of Patterns and Clothing Prototypes for Navy Women's Dress Uniforms. New York, NY: Educational Foundation for the Fashion Industries; 1991. A238715. 147p. Jones BH, Knapik JJ, Daniels WL, Toner MM. The Energy Cost of Women Walking and Running in Shoes and Boots. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. A168325 USARIEM-M-17/85. 8p. Kaufman J, Dejneka K. Cold Water Evaluation of Constant-wear Anti-exposure Suit Systems . Warminster, PA: Naval Air Development Center, Aircraft and Crew Systems Technology Directorate; 1985. B097057L NADC-85092-60. 32p. Kaufman JW, Dejneka KY, Askew GK. Ventilation Loss and Pressurization in the NASA Launch/Entry Suit: Potential for Heat Stress. Warminster, PA: Naval Air Development Center, Air Vehicle and Crew Systems Technology Department; 1989. A230318 NADC-90069-60. 21p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Kaufman JW, Dejneka KY, Morrissey SJ. Cold Water Evaluation of NASA Launch Entry Suit (LES). War-minster, PA: Naval Air Development Center; 1988. A213047 NADC-88017-60. 51p. Kelly TL, Ryman DH, Sucec AA, Yeager JE, Englund CE. The Effects of the M17A2 Gas Mask on Reaction Times and Accuracy in Males and Females under Non-exercise Conditions. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1987. A192528 NHRC-88-5. 17p. Kelly TL, Yeager JA, Sucec AA, Englund CE, Smith DA. The Effect of the M17A2 Mask on Spirometry Values in Healthy Subjects . San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1987. A191941 NHRC-87-39. 20p. Korngruen J. Research, Women's Skirt and Slacks Production. Santa Barbara, CA: Physical Research, Inc.; 1992. A251710. 44p. McNeil S, Reichenau DE. Wind Tunnel Tests of a Full-scale ACES II Ejection Seat with a Small Female or Large Male Manikin at Mach Numbers from 0.2 to 1.4. Arnold Air Force Station, TN: Arnold Engineering Development Center; 1987. B108839L AEDC-TSR-86-P26. 33p. Mellian SA, Ervin C, Robinette KM. Sizing Evaluation of Navy Women's Uniforms. Yellow Springs, OH: Anthropology Research Project Inc.; 1991. A249782. 47p. Robinette KM, Annis JF. A Nine-size System for Chemical Defense Gloves. Yellow Springs, OH: Anthropology Research Project; 1986. A173193. 44p. Rueschoff BJ, Higgins EA, Burr MJ, Branson DM. Development and Evaluation of a Prototype Life Preserver. Washington, DC: Federal Aviation Administration; 1985. A163224 DOT/FAA/AM-85-11. 66p. Ryman DH, Kelly TL, Englund CE, Naitoh P, Sinclair M. Psychological and Physiological Effects of Wearing a Gas Mask or Protective Suit under Non Exercising Conditions. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1988. A194193 NHRC-88-11. 32p. Zehner GF, Ervin C, Robinette KM, Daziens P. Fit Evaluation of Female Body Armor. Yellow Springs, OH: Anthropology Research Project; 1987. A188721. 63p. PSYCHOLOGICAL CONDITIONS Lee S, Baker T, Chisick MC. Psychosocial Factors Influencing Smokeless Tobacco Use by Teenage Military Dependents. Washington, DC: Walter Reed Army Institute of Research; 1994. A278985. 7p. Lindsley DH. Proceedings of the 12th Symposium on Psychology in the Department of Defense. Colorado Springs, CO: Air Force Academy; 1990. A240113 USAFA-TR-90-1. 392p. McIntire FE. Proceedings of the Symposium on Psychology in the Department of Defense . Colorado Springs, CO: Air Force Academy; 1988. A198723 USAFA-TR-88-1. 525p. Ryman DH, Kelly TL, Englund CE, Naitoh P, Sinclair M. Psychological and Physiological Effects of Wearing a Gas Mask or Protective Suit under Non Exercising Conditions. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1988. A194193 NHRC-88-11. 32p. RADIATION Banks DL, Shelton WW, Toler JC. Bioeffects of Radio-frequency Radiation on Cell Growth and Differentation. Volume 1. Engineering Considerations. Atlanta, GA: Georgia Institute of Technology; 1993. A267754. 42p. Dennis JA, Muirhead CR, Ennis JR. Human Health and Exposure to Electromagnetic Radiation. Oxford, United Kingdom: National Radiological Protection Board; 1992. A273435 NRPB-R-241. 156p. Goldstein LS. Radiation-induced Germ Cell Mutations—Their Detection and Modification. San Francisco, CA: University of California, San Francisco; 1987. A190455. 80p. Landauer MR, Ledney GD, Davis HD. Locomotor Behavior in Mice Following Exposure to Fission-neutron Irradiation and Trauma. Bethesda, MD: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute; 1987. A192635 AFRRI-SR87-39. 7p. Lotz WG, Saxton JL, Griner TA, Grissett JD. Growth and Development of Rhesus Monkeys Exposed to ELF (Extremely Low Frequency) Electric and Magnetic Fields during the First 54 Months of Life. Pensacola, FL: Naval Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1986. A168733 NAMRL-1318. 62p. Peterson VM, Adamovicz JJ, Elliott TB, Moore MM, Madonna GS. Gene Expression of Hematoregulatory Cytokines Is Elevated Endogenously after Sublethal Gamma Irradiation and Is Differentially Enhanced by Therapeutic Administration of Biologic Response Modifiers. Bethesda, MD: Armed Forces Radiobiology Research Institute; 1994. A285821 AFRRI-SR94-19. 11p. Wood DH. Long Term Mortality and Cancer Risk in Irradiated Rhesus Monkeys. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1989. A224365. 36p. Wood DH, Yochmowitz MG, Hardy KA, Salmon YL. Animal Studies of Life Shortening and Cancer Risk from Space Radiation . Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1986. A183162. 7p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies RESPIRATORY CONDITIONS Driggers LI. A Study to Determine If a Difference Exists among the Cumulative Incidence of Acute Respiratory Disease Hospital Admissions of Three Groups of Army Basic Trainees as Defined by the Design of Barracks in Which They Are Housed. Houston, TX: Academy of Health Sciences (Army), Fort Houston Health Care Administration ; 1989. A222145 HCA-114-89. 79p. RESPONSES TO STRESSORS, OTHER Burns JW, Parnell MJ, Burton RR. Hemodynamics of Miniature Swine during +G sub Z Stress with and without Anti-G Support. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1986. A173304 USAF SAM-TR-84-303. 12p. Claybaugh JR. Effects of Hypoxia on the Vasopressin Response to Hemorrhage and Its Role in Maintenance of Blood Pressure. Honolulu, HI: Tripler Army Medical Center; 1992. A258992. 17p. Gillingham KK, Schade CM, Jackson WG, Gilstrap LC. Women's G Tolerance. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1986. A177986 USAF SAM-TR-85-34. 11p. Hannon PR, Brainard G, Gibson W, French J, Hopson M. Effects of Early Bright, Late Bright and Dim Illumination upon Circadian, Neuroendocrine, Electrophysiological and Behavioral Responses. Flagstaff, AZ: Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, College of Health Professions ; 1992. A254129. 58p. Klinenberg EJ. Crosshift Vibrometry: Biomarker for Ergonomic Stress. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1994. A284337 AFIT/CI/CIA-94-035D. 244p. Naitoh P, Angus RG. Napping and Human Functioning during Prolonged Work. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1987. A190228 NHRC-87-21. 41p. Randall CN, Brinkley JW. Impact on Women: A Retrospective Look at Impact Acceleration Testing at the Harry G. Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Laboratory. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1990. A262513 AAMRL-TR-90-089. 7p. Samoylova GS, Marinova G. Effect of Industrial Vibration on Specific Functions on Female Physiology . Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Foreign Technology Division; 1990. B153743 FTD-ID(RS)T-1120-90. 15p. Tikuisis P, Gonzalez RR, Pandolf KB. Exercise Thermo-regulation after Prolonged Wakefulness. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A186224. 23p. Vernikos J, Dallman MF, Keil LC, O'Hara D, Convertino VA. Gender Differences in Endocrine Responses to Posture and 7 Days of -6 DEG Head-down Bed Rest. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1993. A282699 AL/AO-JA-1994-0057. 11p. Vogen GS. A Topographical Analysis of the Human Electroencephalogram for Patterns in the Development of Motion Sickness. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1991. A243656 AFIT/GSO/ENG/91D-17. 87p. RESPONSES TO STRESSORS, PHYSICAL ACTIVITY Caretti DM. Comparison of Submaximal Cycling and Treadmill Exercise at Similar Work Rates. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: Edgewood Research Development and Engineering Center; 1994. A283430 ERDEC-TR-175. 15p. Ceci R, Ljunggren G. Perceptual and Physiological Comparisons between Marathon Runners and Sprinters during Cycle Ergometer Exercise. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University; 1988. B135255 686. 19p. Kolka MA, Stephenson LA, Gonzalez RR. Temperature Regulation at Rest and Exercise during the Human Menstrual Cycle. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A186461. 30p. Kraemer WJ, Fleck SJ, Dziados JE, Harman EA, Marchitelli LJ. Changes in Hormonal Concentrations after Different Heavy-resistance Exercise Protocols in Women. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Enviromental Medicine; 1993. A272663. 11p. Martin DG, Ferguson EW, Wigutoff S, Gawne T, Schoomaker EB. Blood Viscosity Responses to Maximal Exercise in Endurance-trained and Sedentary Female Subjects. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; 1985. A159874. 6p. Pandolf KB, Sawka MN, Shapiro Y. Factors Which Alter Human Physiological Responses during Exercise-Heat Acclimation. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Enviromental Medicine; 1985. A160580 USARIEM-M-41/85. 22p. Sawka MN, Wenger CB, Pandolf KB. Human Responses to Exercise-Heat Stress. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1993. A272581 USARIEM-TR-T94-3. 96p. Simon G. Anatomical and Functional Changes of the Heart as a Result of Physical Stress as Shown by the M-Mode-Echocardiogram. Charlottesville, VA: Army Foreign Science and Technology Center; 1986. B104937 FSTC-HT-0386-86. 11p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Stephenson LA, Kolka MA. Plasma Volume during Heat Stress and Exercise in Women. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. A174816 USARIEM-M-10-87. 27p. Stephenson LA, Kolka MA, Gonzalez RR. Menstrual Cycle Effect on the Control of Skin Blood Flow during Exercise at High Core Temperatures. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A185947. 26p. Stevens L, Conway TL. Exercise and Three Psychosocial Variables: A Longitudinal Study. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1991. A250649 NHRC-91-31. 44p. RESPONSES TO STRESSORS, PRESSURE Claybaugh JR. Effects of Hypoxia on the Vasopressin Response to Hemorrhage and Its Role in Maintenance of Blood Pressure. Honolulu, HI: Tripler Army Medical Center; 1992. A258992. 17p. Dixon GA, Krutz RW Jr, Fischer JR. Decompression Sickness and Bubble Formation in Females Exposed to a Simulated 7.8 psia Suit Environment. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1988. A203868 USAFSAM-JA-87-5. 5p. Edwards JS, Askew EW, King N, Fulco CS, Hoyt RW. An Assessment of the Nutritional Intake and Energy Expenditure of Unacclimatized U.S. Army Soldiers Living and Working at High Altitude . Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1991. A237450 USARIEM-T10-91. 154p. Kolka MA, Stephenson LA, Rock PB, Gonzalez RR. Local Sweating and Cutaneous Blood Flow during Exercise in Hypobaric Environments. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A185708. 6p. Rudge FW. Relationship of Menstrual History to Altitude Chamber Decompression Sickness. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1990. A226841 USAFSAM-JA-88-69. 4p. Serova LV, Denisova LA. Ontogenesis of Mammals in Weightlessness (Scientific Results of Research on Space Flights). Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Foreign Technology Division; 1989. B137583 FTD-ID(RS)T-0291-89. 368p. Webb JT, Smead KW, Jauchem JR, Barnicott PT. Blood Factors and Venous Gas Emboli: Surface to 429 mmHg (8.3 psi) . Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1988. A198551 USAFSAM-JA-87-13. 16p. Weien RW, Baumgartner N. Altitude Decompression Sickness: Hyperbaric Therapy Results in 528 Cases. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1990. A227680 USAFSAM-JA-88-54. 5p. RESPONSES TO STRESSORS, TEMPERATURE Canine MK, Derion T, Heaney JH, Pozos R. An Annotated Bibliography of Heat Tolerance: Regarding Gender Differences . San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1994. A280755 NHRC-TD-93-1A. 52p. Carpenter AJ, Nunneley SA. Endogenous Hormones Subtly Alter Women's Response to Heat Stress. Brooks Air Force Base, TX: School of Aerospace Medicine; 1988. A203972 USAFSAM-JA-88-37. 5p. Gamberale F, Kjellberg A, Razmjou S. Effects of Moderate Cold and Heat on Performance of Sensory-motor and Cognitive Tasks. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University, Department of Psychology; 1989. B136698 692. 18p. Heaps CL, Constable SH. Effect of Rate of Heat Gain on Selected Serum Enzymes in Rhesus Monkeys . Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab, Crew Systems Directorate ; 1994. A280861 AL/CF-TR-1993-0121. 12p. Herron DM. Proceedings, Hydration and Hyperhydration Issues Concerning Operation Desert Shield. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1990. A242153 NHRC-91-5. 81p. Kolka MA. Temperature Regulation in Women. East Hartford, CT: United Technologies Research Center; 1992. A256428 USARIEM-3-92. 7p. Kolka MA, Stephenson LA, Gonzalez RR. Temperature Regulation at Rest and Exercise during the Human Menstrual Cycle. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A186461. 30p. Kolka MA, Stephenson LA, Gonzalez RR. Thermoregulation in Women during Uncompensable Heat Stress. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1994. A290616. 6p. Pandolf KB, Sawka MN, Shapiro Y. Factors Which Alter Human Physiological Responses during Exercise-Heat Acclimation. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1985. A160580 USARIEM-M-41/85. 22p. Savage MV, Brengelmann GL, Roberts DE, Pozos RS. Control of Skin Blood Flow in the Neutral Zone of Human Body Temperature Regulation. San Diego, CA: Naval Health Research Center; 1994. A291499 NHRC-94-27. 37p. Sawka MN, Wenger CB, Pandolf KB. Human Responses to Exercise-Heat Stress. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1993. A272581 USARIEM-TR-T94-3. 96p. Stephenson LA, Kolka MA. Plasma Volume during Heat Stress and Exercise in Women. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1986. A174816 USARIEM-M-10-87. 27p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Stephenson LA, Kolka MA, Gonzalez RR. Menstrual Cycle Effect on the Control of Skin Blood Flow during Exercise at High Core Temperatures. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A185947. 26p. Stephenson LA, Kolka MA. Thermoregulation in Women. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1993. A273393 USARIEM-MISC-14-92. 31p. Tikuisis P, Gonzalez RR, Pandolf KB. Exercise Thermoregulation after Prolonged Wakefulness. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1987. A186224. 23p. Wagner JA, Horvath SM. Influences of Age and Gender on Human Thermoregulatory Responses to Cold Exposures. Santa Barbara, CA: University of California, Santa Barbara, Institute of Environmental Stress; 1985. A158710. 9p. Young AJ. Effects of Aging on Human Cold Tolerance. Natick, MA: Army Research Institute of Environmental Medicine; 1991. A256477. 9p. SEXUAL ASSAULT/HARASSMENT Canny W. Sexual Harassment within the USAF Enlisted Force. Maxwell Air Force Base, AL: Air Command and Staff College; 1986. A168411 ACSC-86-0475. 44p. Cockerill MD. Domestic Violence: Battered Women Who Kill. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1988. A208543 AFIT/CI/CIA-88-213. 64p. Culbertson AL, Rosenfeld P, Kewley SB, Magnusson P. Assessment of Sexual Harassment in the Navy: Results of the 1989 Navy-wide Survey. San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development; 1992. A248546 NPRDC-TR-92-11. 52p. Culbertson AL, Rosenfeld P, Newell CE. Sexual Harassment in the Active-duty Navy: Findings from the 1991 Navy-wide Survey. San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; 1993. A277088 NPRDC-TR-94-2. 47p. Ernst RW, Gilbeau RJ. Gender Bias in the Navy. Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School; 1993. A268524. Thesis. 128p. Inspector General DoD. Tailhook 91. Part 2. Events at the 35th Annual Tailhook Symposium . Arlington, VA: Department of Defense; 1993. A269008. 219p. Margosian MA, Vendrzyk JM. Policies, Practices, and the Effect of Gender Discrimination on the Integration of Women Officers in the Department of the Navy. Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School; 1994. A279889. Thesis. 151p. McMillian W. Women in the Military: Sexual Harassment. Carlisle Barracks, PA: Army War College; 1993. A264548. 42p. Rowe EA. Enlisted Women at Sea: A Quantitative Analysis. Newport, RI: Naval War College; 1994. A278684. 119p. Thomas MD. Gender Differences in Conceptualizing Sexual Harassment. San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; 1995. A290709 NPRDC-TR-94-5. 36p. Tyburski DA. Department of the Navy Sexual Harassment Survey—1991. San Diego, CA: Navy Personnel Research and Development Center; 1992. A251465 NPRDC-TR-92-15. 82p. Washington CJ. Women, Rape, and War: Gaining Redress within a Human Rights Framework . Monterey, CA: Naval Postgraduate School; 1993. A278032. Thesis. 71p. SOCIAL SUPPORT Alderman MI. Women in Direct Combat: What Is the Price for Equality? Fort Leavenworth, KS: Army Command and General Staff College; 1992. A262626. 61p. Brandt GT, Norwood AE, McCarroll JE, Ursano RJ, Fullerton CS. Responses to Disasters, Natural and Man-made, and Interventions with Social Supports. Bethesda, MD: Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences; 1994. A286039. 143p. Orthner DK, Bowen GL, Zimmerman LI, Short KA. Young Single Soldiers and Relationships. Research Triangle Park, NC: Research Triangle Institute; 1994. A279167. 65p. Woods GT. Women in the infantry—The Effect on the Moral Domain. Fort Leavenworth, KS: Army Command and General Staff College; 1992. A262478. 54p. SUBSTANCE USE Beson LR. Relation between Cigarette Smoking, Body Fat Distribution and Density of Lipoprotein Cholesterol in Women. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1992. A258195 AFIT/CI/CIA-92-085. Thesis. 102p. Giles HI. A Proposal for a Prevalence Study of the Use of Alcohol among Women Attending Selected United States Air Force Prenatal Clinics. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1985. A160702 AFIT/CI/NR-85-124T. 58p. Melin B, Lundberg U, Wallin L, Frankenhaeuser M. A Multicomponent Worksite Health Promotion Program: Behavioral and Physiological Effects on Smoking and Non-smoking Male and Female White Collar Workers. Stockholm, Sweden: Stockholm University, Department of Psychology; 1989. B139939 697. 17p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies TOXINS Angerhofer RA, Michie MW, Barlow MP, Beall PA. Assessment of the Development Toxicity of Zinc Naphthenate in Rats. Phase 4. Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD: Army Environmental Hygiene Agency; 1991. A235308 USAEHA-75-51-0497-91. 32p. Brown EA. A Comparative Pharmacokinetic Study of the Role of Gender and Developmental Differences in Occupational and Environmental Exposure to Benzene . Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Air Force Institute of Technology; 1994. A284809 AFIT/GEE/ENV/94S-12. 121p. Brown LD, Justus JD, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of JA-2 Solid Propellant in Sprague-Dawley Rats . San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A217347 LAIR-412, Toxicology Ser-161. 75p. Brown LD, Letellier YC, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Trimethylolethane Trinitrate (TMETN) in ICR Mice. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A211993 LAIR-IR-345, Toxicology Ser-135. 68p. Brown LD, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of DIGL-RP Solid Propellant in SpragueDawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A217712 LAIR-409, Toxicology Ser-167. 82p. Bruner RH. Pathologic Findings in Laboratory Animals Exposed to Hydrocarbon Fuels of Military Interest. Bethesda, MD: Naval Medical Research Institute; 1984. A166343 NMRI-84-76. 9p. Buck WB, Lambert RJ, Swanson SP, Haschek-Hock WM, Beasley VR. Diagnosis and Management of Trichothecene Toxicosis in the Swine Model. Urbana, IL: Illinois University; 1986. A181917. 397p. Coppes VG, Gomez CL, Clifford CB, Ferraris S, Korte DW Jr. Toxic Potential of Nitroguanidine on Reproduction and Fertility in Rats. Volume 2. Part 2. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1990. A224664 LAIR-434, Toxicology Ser-223-VOL-2-PT-2. 411p. Coppes VG, Orner GA, Korte DW Jr. Developmental Toxicity Potential of Nitroguanidine in Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A192383 LAIR-257, Toxicology Ser-174. 99p. Coppes VG, Speckman CL, Korte DW, Jr. Developmental Toxicity Potential of Hydroxyurea, a Positive Control, in Rabbits. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988 May. A196063 LAIR-269, Toxicology Ser-145. 89p. Filser JG. Toxicokinetics, Metabolism, and Genotoxicity of Nitropropanes in Rats and Mice. Neuherberg, Germany: Institut Fuer Toxiklogie; 1992. A247681. 44p. Fisher JW, Whittaker TA, Taylor DH, Clewell HJ, Andersen ME. Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling of the Pregnant Rat: A Multiroute Exposure Model for Trichloroethylene and Its Metabolite, Trichloroacetic Acid. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1989. A252154 AAMRL-TR-89-031. 22p. Fisher JW, Whittaker TA, Taylor DH, Clewell HJ III, Andersen ME. Physiologically Based Pharmacokinetic Modeling of the Lactating Rat and Nursing Pup: A Multiroute Exposure Model for Trichloroethylene and Its Metabolite, Trichloroacetic Acid. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1990. A226465 AAMRL-TR-90-036. 19p. Gaworski CL, Haun CC, Macewen JD, Vernot EH, Bruner RH. A 90-day Vapor Inhalation Toxicity Study of Decalin. Irvine, CA: University of California, Toxic Hazards Research Unit; 1985. A160805. 9p. Gaworski CL, Kinkead ER, Horton JR, Bashe WJ, Einhaus EL. Comparative Studies of the Short-term Toxicity of the Hydraulic Fluids MIL-J-19457C, MIL-H-19457B, and MIL-H-22072B. Dayton, OH: California University; 1986. A172172. 40p. Gaworski CL, Macewen JD, Vernot EH, Haun CC, Leahy HF. Evaluation of 90-day Inhalation Toxicity of Petroleum and Oil Shale Diesel Fuel Marine (DFM). Dayton, OH: California University; 1985. A202722. 38p. Gaworski CL, Macewen JD, Vernot EH, Haun CC, Leahy HF. Evaluation of the 90-day Inhalation Toxicity of Petroleum and Oil Shale JP-5 Jet Fuel. Dayton, OH: California University; 1985. A156815. 40p. Grose EC, Selgrade MJ, Davies DW, Stead AJ. Inhalation Toxicology of Fog Oil Obscurant. Research Triangle Park, NC: Environmental Protection Agency, Inhalation Toxicology Division; 1986. A176106. 122p. Hiatt GF, Brown LD, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Triethyleneglycol Dinitrate (TEGDN) in Sprague-Dawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A211313 LAIR-338, Toxicology Ser-133. 75p. Hiatt GF, Goldman M, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Methyl-n,n-Dihexylethylene Diaminemonocarbamate (CHR4) in Sprague-Dawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1990. A233007 LAIR-IR-440, Toxicology Ser-83. 72p. Hiatt GF, Sano SK, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Nitroguanidine in Mice. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A194952 LAIR-265, Toxicology Ser-116. 55p.

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Recommendations for Research on the Health of Military Women: Bibliographies Hobson DW, Wyman JF, Lee LH, Bruner RH, Uddin DE. The Subchronic Toxicity of Diethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether Administered Orally to Rats. Bethesda, MD: Naval Medical Research Institute; 1987. A190488 NMRI-87-45. 32p. Kinkead ER, Bunger SK, Kimmel EC, Flemming CD, Wall HG. Effects of a 13-week Chloropentafluorobenzene Inhalation Exposure of Fischer 344 Rats and B6C3F1 Mice. Dayton, OH: NSI Technology Services; 1990. A240491. 39p. Kinkead ER, Culpepper BT, Henry SS, Moroughan VL, Kimmel EC. Subchronic Studies of Chlorotrifluorethylene. Dayton, OH: NSI Technology Services Corporation; 1989. A214619. 73p. Kinkead ER, Culpepper BT, Henry SS, Pollard DL, Kimmel EC. Evaluation of the Acute Toxicity of a Synthetic Polyalphaolefin-based Hydraulic Fluid. Dayton, OH: Northrop Services Inc., Environmental Sciences; 1987. A190412. 37p. Kinkead ER, Culpepper BT, Henry SS, Szotak PS, Flemming CD. The Determination of the Acute and Repeated Oral Toxicity of Halocarbon Oil, Series 27-S. Dayton, OH: Northrop Services Inc., Environmental Sciences; 1989. A209589. 60p. Kinkead ER, Culpepper BT, Henry SS, Szotak PS, Flemming CD. The Determination of the Repeated Oral Toxicity of Halocarbon Oil, Series 27-S. Bethesda, MD: Naval Medical Research Institute; 1990. A223526 NMRI-90-44. 17p. Kinkead ER, Culpepper BT, Kutzman RS, Flemming CD, Wall HG. Evaluation of the Potential of Inhaled Chloropentafluorobenzene to Induce Toxicity in F-344 Rats and B6C3F1 Mice and Sister Chromatid Exchanges and Micronuclei Formation in B6C3F1 Mice. Dayton, OH: NSI Technology Services Corporation; 1989. A214867. 34p. Kinkead ER, Gaworski CL, D'Addario AP, Bruner RH. The Toxicological Evaluation of Polyalphaolefin Hydraulic Fluids. Dayton, OH: Northrop Services Inc., Environmental Sciences; 1987. A187234. 18p. Letellier YC, Sano SK, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Trimethylolethane Trinitrate (TMETN) in Sprague-Dawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A211981 LAIR-IR-344, Toxicology Ser-134. 77p. Mattie D, Chase M, Hobson D. The Effect of 2,3,4-Trimethylpentane on the Ultrastructure of Kidneys from Normal Versus Castrated Male Rats. Wright-Patterson Air Force Base, OH: Armstrong Aerospace Medical Research Lab; 1986. A182179 AAMRL-TR-87-017. 3p. Morgan EW, Brown LD, Lewis CM, Dahlgren RR, Korte DW Jr. Fourteen-day Subchronic Oral Toxicity Study of Nitroguanidine in Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A196666 LAIR-272, Toxicology Ser-146. 88p. Morgan EW, Hiatt GF, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Guanidine Hydrochloride in Mice. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A217618 LAIR-418, Toxicology Ser-87. 59p. Morgan EW, Korte DW Jr. Primary Dermal Irritation Potential of Nitrosoguanidine in Female Rabbits. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A214315 LAIR-356, Toxicology Ser-172. 25p. Morgan EW, Lollini LO, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Ball Powder (Trade Name) in Sprague-Dawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A211317 LAIR-350, Toxicology Ser-129. 30p. Morgan EW, Ryabik JR, Wheeler C, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Triethyleneglycol Dinitrate (TEGDN) in ICR Mice. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A208926 LAIR-IR-337. 81p. Morgan EW, Sano SK, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity (LD50) of Guanidine Hydrochloride in Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1985. A164654 LAIR-204, Toxicology Ser-77. 109p. Morgan EW, Wheeler CR, Korte DW Jr. Acute Oral Toxicity of Nitrosoguanidine in Sprague-Dawley Rats. San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1989. A214312 LAIR-353, Toxicology Ser-168. 30p. Morgan EW, Zaucha GM, Lewis CM, Makovec GT, Pearce MJ. Ninety-day Subchronic Oral Toxicity Study of Nitroguanidine in Rats . San Francisco, CA: Letterman Army Institute of Research, Presidio of San Francisco; 1988. A203681 LAIR-306, Toxicology Ser-170. 185p. Olson CT, Yu KO, Serve MP. Metabolism of Nephrotoxic cis- and trans-Decalin in Fischer-344 Rats . Dayton, OH: Wright State University, Department of Chemistry; 1986. A169489. 8p. Reddy TV. Subchronic Toxicity Studies on 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene, 1,3-Dinitrobenzene, and Tetryl in Rats. Cincinnati, OH: Environmental Protection Agency, Environmental Monitoring Systems Lab; 1994. A290682. 138p. Reddy TV. Subchronic Toxicity Studies on 1,3,5-Trinitrobenzene, 1,3-Dinitrobenzene, and Tetryl in Rats. 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