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Skyba O.,Sumy State Pedagogical University | Pshenychna L.,Sumy State Pedagogical University | Ustymenko-Kosorich O.,Sumy State Pedagogical University
Journal of Physical Education and Sport | Year: 2017

The researchers studied the influence of sensorimotor reactivity on vegetative status of sportsmen. Among the examined sportsmen, the majority of individuals with medium level of sensorimotor reactivity possess vegetative tonus, characterized by background emphotony, while sympathicotonia was supposedly prevalent in a group of sportsmen with high level of sensorimotor reactivity, in comparison with those with medium and low level of sensorimotor reactivity (р<0,05-0,001). Hypersympatycotonic vegetative reactivity was estimated among sportsmen with high and medium level of sensorimotor reactivity, which indicates tension in functioning of cardio-vascular system and lowering of body’s adaptive abilities. High speed of sensorimotor reactivity facilitates increasing the tension of the mechanisms of heart rhythm vegetative regulation, which is accompanied by parasympathetic influences of vegetative system. © JPES.

Leonenko A.,Sumy State Pedagogical University
Journal of Physical Education and Sport | Year: 2016

Problem statement. The article deals with the significant problem which has arisen with Ukraine’s aspiration to enter the European Union. Nowadays the patriotic education of youth is a powerful way of declaration of the Ukrainian nation’s identity in its tendency to independence and European direction of development. An important role in realizing what has been mentioned above belongs to the teacher of Physical Education. That is why the article deals with one of the aspects of professional training of future PE-teacher. The purpose of the research: to substantiate the model of forming the future PE-teachers’ readiness for patriotic upbringing of high school pupils. Results. At the initial stage of the research the actual status of future PE-teachers’ readiness for patriotic upbringing of high school pupils is defined. This fact allowed to work out the model of forming their readiness for this kind of activity. The model contains such blocks as subjects, purposes, content and activity, results. It takes into account the concepts of personal, cultural, axiological, competence approaches and is realized according to the following stages: motivational, cognitive and reflexive, each of them having its own content, forms, and methods. Conclusions: it is proved that this model’s implementation results in formation of future PE-teachers’ readiness for patriotic upbringing of high school pupils. The criteria and characteristics are determined. According to the determined criteria and characteristics the levels of forming of future PE-teacher’s readiness for the mentioned kind of activity – low, medium, high – are substantiated. We experimentally proved that the model is effective in the educational process of pedagogical higher educational establishments. © JPES.

Ivanii I.,Sumy State Pedagogical University
Journal of Physical Education and Sport | Year: 2016

In the article an actual problem of professional-pedagogical culture formation of students of physical culture specialities is studied. Students' professional-pedagogical culture formation in the of students' professional-pedagogical culture formation in the system of special physical culture education as the totality of possibilities of content, form, methods, pedagogical means and materially-spatial environment of higher education institutions have been defined. Presented characteristic of distinguished conditions is defined as definite, relatively independent level of methodical bases of students' professional-pedagogical culture formation in the process of professional training. © JPES.

Babko R.,Ukrainian Academy of Sciences | Jaromin-Glen K.,Polish Academy of Sciences | Lagod G.,Lublin University of Technology | Danko Y.,Sumy State Pedagogical University | And 3 more authors.
Journal of Environmental Quality | Year: 2017

This work presents the results of studies on the impact of spent drilling fluids cotreated with municipal wastewater on the rate of the wastewater treatment process and the structure of the community of eukaryotic organisms inhabiting an activated sludge. The studies were conducted under laboratory conditions in sequencing batch reactors. The effect of added polymer-potassium drilling fluid (DF1) and polymer drilling fluid (DF2) at dosages of 1 and 3% of wastewater volume on the rate of removal of total suspended solids, turbidity, chemical oxygen demand, and the content of total and ammonium nitrogen were analyzed, taking into account the values of these parameters measured at the end of each operating cycle. In addition to the impacts on the aforementioned physicochemical indices, the influence of drilling fluid on the biomass of various groups of eukaryotes in activated sludge was analyzed. The impact of the drilling fluid was highly dependent on its type and dosage. A noticeable slowdown in the rate of the wastewater treatment process and a negative effect on the organisms were observed after the addition of DF2. This effect intensified after an increase in fluid dose. However, no statistically significant negative changes were observed after the introduction of DF1. Conversely, the removal rate of some of the analyzed pollutant increased. © American Society of Agronomy, Crop Science Society of America, and Soil Science Society of America. 5585 Guilford Rd., Madison, WI 53711 USA.

Rusina L.Y.,Moscow Zoo | Ghazali M.A.,Ukrainian Academy of Sciences | Firman L.A.,Sumy State Pedagogical University
Entomological Review | Year: 2016

The paper presents the results of analysis of the relationships of various colony characteristics in the resocial wasp Polistes dominula nesting on plants in the south of Ukraine (Kherson Province, the Black Sea Biosphere Reserve) in 2003–2007. The number of future foundresses and nest size at the end of the life cycle depend on the queen longevity and on the number of workers in the colony. The number of males reared in the colony is positively correlated with the nest size (the number of cells) and negatively correlated with the queen longevity. An increase in the share of the brood infested by the parasitoids Latibulus argiolus (Hymenoptera, Ichneumonidae) and Elasmus schmitti (Hymenoptera, Eulophidae) results in a smaller nest size and a smaller number of males reared. © 2016, Pleiades Publishing, Inc.

Alexeyev A.N.,Sumy State University | Konovalova N.A.,Sumy State University | Lozova K.A.,Sumy State University | Korol E.N.,Sumy State Pedagogical University
CEUR Workshop Proceedings | Year: 2016

A computerized test successfully complements and enhances traditional methods for the assessment of knowledge. This article introduces a simulation model of computerized testing of learning success that is complementary to the existing methods used for knowledge evaluation. The simulation model combines possibilities of computerized testing with mathematical rationale in examiner's decision-making during oral knowledge assessment. Application of the simulation model enables one to make mathematically precise decisions in the majority of standard procedures of test development, during computerized testing, and in the analysis of its results. The new features of computerized testing, introduced here within the framework of the simulation model, help diminish the limitations of computerized testing that arise from the impossibility of utilizing diagnostic potential of a human examiner in traditional testing procedures. © 2016 by the paper authors.

Fedchenko O.V.,Sumy State University | Saltykova A.I.,Sumy State Pedagogical University | Protsenko S.I.,Sumy State University
Journal of Nano- and Electronic Physics | Year: 2012

The influence of substrate material on magnetoresistive, magneto-optical properties and diffusion processes in Co(30nm)/Fe(30nm)/S was investigated. The samples were built on amorphous substrate SiO2/Si and MgO(100) crystal and then were annealed up to 300, 500 and 800°S. Crystal structure control and sample's element composition was held by diffraction of low energy electrons (LEED) and energy dispersive X-ray analysis (EDX). After that magneto resistive properties (MR) and magneto-optical Kerr effect (MOKE) were investigated and diffusion profiles were built with help of secondary ion mass spectroscopy (SIMS). It was stated that during oriented film system growth on MgO(100) crystal the significant magnetic anisotropy is observed. It appears in increase of coercive force (BC) in two times and significant variation of magneto resistance at different turn angles. AFM investigations showed that surface roughness of Au(2nm)/Co(30nm)/Fe(30nm)/MgO filem system in four times lower than of sample on amorphous substrate (non-annealed). Besides the diffusion processes in systems that were built on MgO monocrystall proceed less intensive than in case of SiO22/Si. © 2012.

PubMed | Sumy State Pedagogical University, Institute of Applied Physics and Sumy State University
Type: | Journal: Biomaterials research | Year: 2015

Chitosan and its derivates are widely used for biomedical application due to antioxidative, anti-inflammatory, antimicrobial and tissue repair induced properties. Chitosan-based materials also used as a haemostatic agent but influence of different molecular weight and concentration of chitosan on biological response of blood cells is still not clear. The aim of this research was to evaluate interaction between human blood cells and various forms of chitosan-based materials with different molecular weight and chitosan concentration and prove their effectiveness on in-vivo model.We used chitosan with molecular weight 200, 500 and 700kDa and deacetylation rate 80-82%. For chitosan impregnation of gauze chitosan solutions in 1% acetic acid with different concentrations (1, 2, 3, 5%) were used. We used scanning electron microscopy to obtain information about chitosan distribution on cotton surface; Erythrocyte agglutination test and Complete blood count test - for evaluation of interaction between blood cells and chitosan-based materials with different compound. In-vivo studies was performed in 20 Wistar rats to evaluate effectiveness of new dressing.Our data shown that chitosan can bind erythrocytes in concentration-depend manner that does not depend on its molecular weight. In addition, chitosan-based materials affect selectively human blood cells. Composition of chitosan with cotton materials does not change erythrocyte shape and does not cause agglutination.otton-chitosan materials have higher adhesive properties to platelets that depend on molecular weight and concentration of chitosan. These materials also change platelets shape that probable is one of the most important mechanisms of haemostatic effect. In-vivo studies have shown high effectiveness of 2% 200kDa chitosan for stop bleeding from arteries of large diameter.

Nekislykh E.M.,Sumy State Pedagogical University | Ostrik V.I.,Ukrainian Academy of Sciences
Mechanics of Solids | Year: 2010

We use the Wiener-Hopf method to obtain exact solutions of plane deformation problems for an elastic wedge whose lateral sides are stress free and which has rectilinear cracks on its axis of symmetry. In problem 1, a finite crack issues from the wedge apex edge; in problem 2, a half-infinite crack originates at a certain distance from the wedge apex edge; and in problem 3, the wedge contains an internal finite crack. Earlier, many authors obtained approximate solutions to these problems [1-10] and exact solutions to problem 1 [11-17] and homogeneous problem 2 [18-20] (see also [21]). The method of approximate conformal transformation [1, 2] and that of integral equations [3, 4] were used to study a specific case of problem 1 about equilibrium of an elastic half-plane with a boundary crack perpendicular to the half-plane boundary. The solution to problem 1 was obtained in [11] by reducing the problem to the Riemann problem for analytic functions and in [6, 7], by the Wiener-Hopf method. In [11], the problem coefficient was factorized in terms of Cauchy-type integrals, but no further calculations were presented, and in [6, 7], an approximate factorization was performed by approximating the factorized function. In [8], problems 1 and 2 were reduced to Fredholm integral equations of the second kind, which were solved numerically. In problem 1, values of the integral equation density were calculated, and the normal displacements of the crack edges were expressed in terms of this density in the form of Abel integrals; no calculations were given in problem 2. The exact values of the stress intensity factors in problem 1 were obtained in [12-17] by the Wiener-Hopf method. The paper [12] considered the case of linear normal stresses given on the crack edges in the absence of tangential stresses was considered, the papers [13-16], the case of concentrated forces acting on the crack edges, and the paper [17], the case of concentrated moments applied to the wedge apex. Solutions to the homogeneous problem 2, where the crack edges are stress free and the principal vector and the principal moment of stresses are given at infinity, were constructed by the Wiener-Hopf method in [18-20]. Problem 3 was studied in [6, 7, 9] by different approximate methods: using the asymptotic solution of the integral equation, solving the Fredholm integral equation of the second kind by the method of successive approximations after approximating the Fourier transform of the difference kernel of the original integral equation, and using another approximation of the kernel to reduce the problem to a singular integral equation admitting a solution in closed form. Here, the asymptotic method can be used only in the case of a crack relatively distant from the wedge apex, and the approximation of the kernel transform gives satisfactory results if the angle at the wedge apex exceeds π. The authors present the numerical results for the stress intensity factors and the displacement jump at an internal point of the crack in the case where the wedge is a half-plane. In [6-9], the cases of rigid clamping and hinged support of the faces of an elastic wedge were investigated. Problem 3 was numerically solved by the method of singular integral equations in [10], where the case of fixed sides of the wedge was also considered. In what follows, problems 1 and 2 whose integral equations are given on a half-infinite interval and have distinct kernels are solved by the Wiener-Hopf method [22], and problem 3 is solved by the generalized Wiener-Hopf method, developed in [23-25] for solving integral equations with difference kernel on a finite interval. The coefficient of the functional Wiener-Hopf equation is factorized in terms of infinite products. We also present numerical results for the stress intensity factors, the normal stress distribution on the crack continuation line, and the normal displacements of the crack edges. © 2010 Allerton Press, Inc.

Semenikhina O.,Sumy State Pedagogical University | Drushlyak M.,Sumy State Pedagogical University
CEUR Workshop Proceedings | Year: 2015

The article presents the results of pedagogical research on the will-ingness and the psychological readiness to use dynamic mathematics software by future math teachers. We used nonparametric method for dependent samples -the McNemar's test. The hypothesis, that the study of Special course on the use of dynamic mathematics software for future teachers has a positive impact on the willingness and the psychological readiness to use such software in their own professional activities, is confirmed at the significance level of 0.05. Additionally, the results of the experiment on the willingness and the readiness to support the teaching of some subjects (algebra, planimetry, solid geometry and analysis) with dynamic mathematics software and the willingness and the readiness to use some dynamic mathematics software (Gran (Gran1, Gran2d, Gran3d), GeoGebra, Ñabri, MathKit, DG, GS) by Ukrainian math teachers is given.

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