Marijuana: Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Patterns of Social Use


SINGER, Arnold J. (ed.). Marijuana: Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Patterns of Social Use. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. 191, December 31, 1971. (New York : New York Academy of Sciences, 1971). Pp (2),3-269,(3). Illustrated. 8vo, blue card covers, front cover lettered in white, spine is white with blue lettering. Contents : Part I. Chemistry and Pharmacology. Cultivation, Extraction, and Analysis of Cannabis sativa (pages 3–14) by Norman J. Doorenbos, Patricia S. Fetterman, Maynard W. Quimby and CarltonE. Turner; Tetrahydrocannabinols and Synthetic Analogs (pages 15–22) by Ha rry G. Pars and Raj K. Razdan; The In Vitro and In Vivo Metabolism of etrahydrocannabinol (THC) (pages 23–39) by Monroe E. Wall; Structural Requirements for Cannabinoid Activity (pages 40–53) by Habib Edery, Yona Grunfeld, Zvi Ben-Zvi and Raphael Mechoulam; Effect of Marijuana on the Glucose-Tolerance Test (pages 54–60) by Stephen Podolsky, Catherine G. Pattavina and Michael A. Amaral; Hydroxylation of Trans-D1-Tetrahydrocannabinol by Hepatic Microsomal Oxygenase (pages 61–67) by Sumner Burstein and David Kupfer; Biogenic Amine Alterations Produced in the Brain by Tetrahydrocannabinols and Their Metabolites (pages 68–73) by Edward B. Truitt Jr. and Sandra M. Anderson; Toxicology and Pharmacology of marijuana (pages 74–82) by Robert B. Forney and Glenn F. Kiplinge; Characteristics of Tetrahydrocannabinol Tolerance (pages 83–99) by D. E. McMillan, W. L. Dewey and L. S. Harris; Effect of Tetrahydrocannabinols on Evoked Responses in Polysensory Cortex (pages 100–122) by Eugene S. Boyd, Eleanor H. Boyd and Lawrence E. Brown; Teratogenesis and Marijuana (pages 123–131) by Henry B. Pace, W. Marvin Davis and Lowell A. Borgen. Part II. Psychopharmacology and Sociology. Status Report on Clinical Pharmacology of Marijuana (pages 132–141) by Leo E. Hollister; Metabolism and Disposition of Tetrahydrocannabinols in Naive Subjects and Chronic marijuana Users (pages 142–154) by Louis Lemberger, Julius Axelrod and Irwin J. Kopin; Tetrahydrocannabinol and the Marijuana-Induced Social "High" orthe Effects of the Mind on Marijuana (pages 155–165) by Reese T. Jones; Ne uropsychopharmacologic Studies of Marijuana: Some Syntheic and Natural THC Derivatives in Animals and Man (pages 166–191) by Edward F. Domino; Discussion of the Preceding Paper (pages 192–195) by Russell Monroe; Review of theEffects in man of marijuana and Tetrahydrocannabinols on Subjective State and Psysiologicn Functioning (pages 196–205) by Donald R. Jasinski, CharlesA. Haertzen and Harris Isbell; Marijuana, EEG, and Behavior (pages 206–215 ) by Jan Volavka, Rhea Dornbush, Stanley Feldstein, Gloria Clare, Arthur Zaks, Max Fink and Alfred M. Freedman; The Pharmacological Implications of D9-Tetrahydrocannabinol Metabolism by Lung: Effects of 3-Methylcholanthrene (pages 216–221) by K. Nakazawa and E. Costa; Marijuana Use Among Adults in aLarge City and Suburb (pages 222–234) by Ira H. Cisin and Dean I. Manheime r; Marijuana Use and Social Control (pages 235–245) by Richard Brotman and Frederic Suffet; Ideological Factors in the Marijuana Controversy (pages 246–260) by Erich Goode; Marijuana and Drug Abuse in Vietnam (pages 261–269) by Joel H. Kaplan. Rubbed, else very good. 25.00

Title: Marijuana: Chemistry, Pharmacology, and Patterns of Social Use

Author Name: SINGER, Arnold J. (ed.) Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences. Vol. 191

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Publisher: New York Academy of Sciences, New York, 1971,:

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Keywords: MARIJUANA CHEMISTRY PHARMACOLOGY RECREATIONAL USE DRUGS THC TETRAHYDROCANNABINOL,