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3. Lying-Over, Incomparability, Going-Up, Going-Down 33 Let r ∈ P1 SQ2 ∩ R. Then r = xs for some x ∈ P1 S and s ∈ S \ Q2 . There exists a finitely generated R-subalgebra T of S such that x ∈ P1 T . Necessarily R ⊆ T is integral, so the finite generation implies that T is module-finite over R. Note that xT ⊆ P1 T T = P1 T . 8, x satisfies an equation xn + a1 xn−1 + · · · + an = 0 with ai ∈ P1 (actually in P1i , but we may ignore the powers). Set f (X) = X n +a1 X n−1 +· · ·+an . 19 it factors into monic polynomials over R[X].

Tc in T such that if νi = deg(ti ), then {ν1 , . . , νc } is a Z-basis of M . Since the νi are linearly independent over Q, the ti are algebraically independent over the field T0 . −1 Clearly T0 [t1 , . . , tc , t−1 1 , . . , tc ] ⊆ T . Let x ∈ T be a homogeneous elemc 1 ment. Write deg(x) = i mi νi for some mi ∈ Z. Then x and tm ∈T 1 · · · tc are homogeneous elements of the same degree, whence their quotient is a non−1 zero element of T0 . Hence x ∈ T0 [t1 , . . , tc , t−1 1 , . . , tc ].

In particular, T is (a localization) of a unique factorization domain, hence T is integrally closed. This proves (1). 6 Let R be a reduced N-graded ring, possibly non-Noetherian, such that the non-zero elements of R0 are non-zerodivisors in R. Then the integral closure of R is N-graded. Proof: Let α ∈ R. By writing α as a quotient of two elements of R and by collecting all the homogeneous parts of the two elements and of the coefficients of an equation of integral dependence, we see that there exist finitely many homogeneous elements x1 , .