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Kulakov I.V.,Omsk State University | Talipov S.A.,Institute of Bioorganic Chemistry | Shulgau Z.T.,Center for Life science Inc. | Seilkhanov T.M.,Kokshetau State University
Chemistry of Heterocyclic Compounds | Year: 2015

The reaction of 2,6-methano[1, 3, 5]benzoxadiazocines, obtained in Biginelli reaction, with chloroacetic acid derivatives produced previously unknown tricyclic methano[1,3]thiazolo[2,3-d][1,3,5]benz-oxadiazocines, the structure of which was proved by 1H NMR spectroscopy and X-ray structural analysis. The methano[1,3]thiazolo[2,3-d][1,3,5]benzoxadiazocines showed no antiradical activity in contrast to the starting 2,6-methano[1,3,5]benzoxadiazocines. © 2014 Springer Science+Business Media New York.


Seilkhanov T.M.,Kokshetau State University | Nurkenov O.A.,Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan | Isaeva A.Z.,Institute of Organic Synthesis and Coal Chemistry of the Republic of Kazakhstan | Nazarenko L.A.,Kokshetau State University | Seilkhanov O.T.,Kokshetau State University
Chemistry of Natural Compounds | Year: 2016

Complexation of the alkaloid anabasine by β-cyclodextrin was studied by NMR spectroscopy. The changes of chemical shifts of 1H and 13C nuclei of the substrate and receptor in an inclusion complex were determined. It was found that anabasine reacted with β-cyclodextrin to form a 1:1 stoichiometric supramolecular inclusion complex with the piperidine fragment of the substrate in the receptor inner cavity. © 2016 Springer Science+Business Media New York


Shapauov A.K.,Kokshetau State University | Negimov S.,L.N.Gumilyov Eurasian National University | Zhusipov N.,Pavlodar State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

The article deals with a general review of the previously unexplored in the world dramatic art and drama genre of the scenic literature in the context of the drama and theatre of the Turkic nations of the Central Asia and the Volga, the Siberian regions of Russia, the Caucasian in the late XIX - early XX century. On the basis of the specific scenic and literature facts a system research on the Turkic nations' inherent pursuit of mass theatrical performances and festivities was conducted. The scenic literature, drama and dramatic art of the related Turkic nations originate in the folk games and rites, develop, adopting the centuries-old traditions of the scenic literature and the art of the East and the Europe, gain integrity and enter the scene of the world literature and the art. For the first time the issues of handwritten plays are purposively considered, the genre and style types from folklore to theatrical performances, the evolution of interactions and comparisons with the scenic works of the Turkic nations of the Central Asia and the Volga, the Siberian regions of Russia, the Caucasian in the late XIX - early XX centuries are fundamentally investigated.


Stukalenko N.M.,Kokshetau State University | Zhakhina B.B.,Kokshetau State University | Kukubaeva A.K.,Kokshetau State University | Smagulov N.K.,Kokshetau State University | Kazhibaeva G.K.,Kokshetau State University
International Journal of Environmental and Science Education | Year: 2016

In modern society, innovation technologies expand toalmost every field of humanactivity, including such wide fieldas education. Due to integrating innovation technologies into the educational process practice, this phenomenon gained special significance within improvementand modernization of the established educational system. Currently, the problem ofactive integrationand wideapplication of innovation technologies in education is highly significant. Present study explores innovation technologies of learning in the modern education. © 2016 The Author(s).


Shapauov A.,Kokshetau State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2014

The article is concerned with the general review of the unexamined in world literary studies, devoted to the history of development and investigation of Kazakh national drama. The present article is aimed at the consideration of development peculiarities of national self-consciousness in the creative work of Kazakh playwrights, which, undoubtedly, takes a rightful place not only in the Kazakh literary history, but also in world cultural heritage. As is known, the Kazakh literature has its own long and dramatic history. Its various schools and directions were developed differently; they had a great impact on the public opinion, spiritual and aesthetic development of the readers. Genre and style varieties of dramatic pieces are fundamentally studied in interrelation and correlation with Turkic masters of word and theatrical art. Based on the analysis of dramatic pieces, the problems of manuscript plays are considered in complex, the genre and style varieties from folklore to theatrical performances are studied, as well as the evolution of connections and correlations with scenic pieces of Turkic nations.


Mukhamedin S.M.,Kokshetau State University
Russian Physics Journal | Year: 2011

Fraktal theory allows specifics of turbulence inhomogeneities of different types to be considered in the spectral theory of self-affine multifractals. Experiments demonstrate that the turbulence possesses the multifractal properties. Nowadays the multifractal analysis is widely used in various branches of modern physics. The structural elements of the homogeneous and isotropic turbulence - vortices - represent a self-similar multifractal with the same similarity coefficient for all spatial variables. © 2011 Springer Science+Business Media, Inc.


Beisembayev K.,Kokshetau State University
International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference Surveying Geology and Mining Ecology Management, SGEM | Year: 2013

Specific antigens as well as RIDIF-active rabbit sera (1:320) used for detecting Ana-plasma in biomaterial of tick-transmitters and antibodies in serum of cattle, infected with anaplasmosis, have been received. Obtained serum can be used as indicator and identificator of bovine anaplasmosis causa-tive agent in RIDIF and for studding antigenic and relative properties of bovine ana-plasmosis causative agent and disease pathogenesis. High diagnostic value of RIDIF was confirmed practically, using this method (in com-bination with light microscopy) 14% infected animals as well as anaplasmosis - carriers have been detected. © SGEM2013 All Rights Reserved by the International Multidisciplinary Scientific GeoConference SGEM.


The article deals with general review of artistic, stylistic and linguistic skills of dramatic works by Turkic nations, previously fundamentally unexplored by the world and Turkic language-speaking scientific community. The scientific innovation of the article lies in the fact that the whole variety of linguistic instruments of dramatic effect aimed at implementation of writer's idea was revealed based on particular facts. For the first time, the problems of stylistic and language signs of a dramatic discourse: it is universal by character and unique by the scope of implemented functions: a word can implement any linguistic function. Only a word mark can cover the whole scope of linguistic functions. Word marks bear both communicative as well as pragmatic functions, influence the people around with their meaning, stylistic and expressively emotional pattern. In this respect, the special potential capabilities of a word are revealed at its functioning within a literary text, in which words along with their common meanings also become the means of expressing the playwright's artistic and aesthetic orientation. Comprehensive study of the lexis, etymology, and stylistic skills of dramatic works (tragedy, drama or comedy) of kindred Turkic nations brings us to a conclusion that playwrights, as opposed to their predecessors and contemporaries, very rarely use the typifying role of the extra literary lexis (subdialiects, dialects, slangs, ritual talks).


The article deals with general review of artistic, stylistic and linguistic skills of dramatic works by Turkic nations, previously fundamentally unexplored by the world and Turkic language-speaking scientific community. The scientific innovation of the article lies in the fact that the whole variety of linguistic instruments of dramatic effect aimed at implementation of writer's idea was revealed based on particular facts. For the first time, the problems of stylistic and language signs of a dramatic discourse: it is universal by character and unique by the scope of implemented functions: a word can implement any linguistic function. Only a word mark can cover the whole scope of linguistic functions. Word marks bear both communicative as well as pragmatic functions, influence the people around with their meaning, stylistic and expressively emotional pattern. In this respect, the special potential capabilities of a word are revealed at its functioning within a literary text, in which words along with their common meanings also become the means of expressing the playwright's artistic and aesthetic orientation. Comprehensive study of the lexis, etymology, and stylistic skills of dramatic works (tragedy, drama or comedy) of kindred Turkic nations brings us to a conclusion that playwrights, as opposed to their predecessors and contemporaries, very rarely use the typifying role of the extra literary lexis (subdialiects, dialects, slangs, ritual talks).


Stukalenko N.M.,Kokshetau State University | Murzina S.A.,Kokshetau State University | Navy L.N.,Kokshetau State University | Moldabekova S.K.,Kokshetau State University | Raimbekova A.D.,Kokshetau State University
Life Science Journal | Year: 2013

The authors of this article presented the results of the conducted research on identifying the conditions of effective realization of ethnopedagogical approach in professional training future teachers in higher educational institution. The actuality of the problem of the research is caused by the active development of national cultures of the people of Kazakhstan, the appeal to the national values making culture of any people, the aspiration to revival of ethnic culture through keeping the native language, customs and traditions. In modern society the importance of ethnopedagogical knowledge, including in an educational system increases. The authors in the research rely on the principle of connecting the national, state and territorial bases in modernization the professional education of Kazakhstan. Because Kazakhstan is the polycultural state the main tasks of which in education are to form the common educational space, harmonization of the national and ethnocultural relations.

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