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I'm familiar with the scoop notation (the second one pictured), but not the straight line for a gliss. However, that makes sense. I'd only add that (I think) the gliss could be a chromatic run as well as diatonic. Either would accomplish the end result.

And yes, a scoop is a different effect than a gliss. Listen to Johnny Hodges to hear what a scoop sounds like, for one example.
 
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