L. N. Markina

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The effects of copper ions on the uptake of some essential metals in the biomass and the electrooptical properties of cell suspensions of the nitrogen-fixing soil bacterium Azospirillum brasilensesp. 245 were studied. Copper cations were shown to be effectively taken up by the cell biomass from the culture medium. The addition of copper ions increased the(More)
The bacterial community of anaerobic sludge could degradeo-chlorophenol,p-chlorophenol, and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid at concentrations as high as 100 mg/l. The time needed for the degradation of a given chlorinated phenol derivative increased 1.5- to 2-fold upon a twofold increase in its concentration (from 50 to 100 mg/l). The duration of the(More)
The effect of kanamycin on the electrophysical parameters of cell suspensions of Escherichia coli K-12 and pMMB33 was investigated. Incubation of the sensitive K-12 strain with kanamycin resulted in significant changes in the orientation spectra (OS) of the cell suspensions; these changes were not revealed in the case of the resistant pMMB33 strain. In the(More)
The bacterial community of anaerobic sludge could degrade ortho-chlorophenol, para-chlorophenol, and 2,4-dichlorophenoxyacetic acid at concentrations as high as 100 mg/l. The time needed for the degradation of a given chlorinated phenol derivative increased 1.5- to 2-fold upon a twofold increase in its concentration (from 50 to 100 mg/l). The duration of(More)
The effects of copper ions on the uptake of some essential metals in the biomass and the electrooptical properties of cell suspensions of the nitrogen-fixing soil bacterium Azospirillum brasilense sp. 245 were studied. Copper cations were shown to be effectively taken up by the cell biomass from the culture medium. The addition of copper ions increased the(More)
Changes in the electrooptical (EO) properties of cell suspensions of the E. coli strains: XL-1, BL-Ril, TG-1, K-12, B-878, and BL-21 (DE) in their contamination with the bacteriophage M13K07 were studied depending on the time of infection. The phage-induced specific changes in the EO parameters of cell suspensions were ascertained to occur only in the E.(More)
Influence of chloramphenicol on electrophysiologic charateristics of Escherichia coli strains susceptible (K-12 strain) and resistant (pBR-325 strain) to it has been studied. It has been shown that incubation of susceptible bacteria with chloramphenicol leads to significant change of magnitute of electrooptic (EO) signal. Significant changes in(More)
The study of the effect of ampicillin on the electrophysical properties of Escherichia coli cells showed that this antibiotic influences the orientational spectra (OSs) of the ampicillin-susceptible E. coli strains K-12 and XL-1 within the frequency range 10–1000 kHz of the orienting electric field and does not affect the OSs of the ampicillin-resistant(More)
The effect of ampicillin and kanamycin on the electrophysical properties of Escherichia coli K-12 was studied. Significant changes in the orientation spectra of the cell suspensions incubated with various concentrations of the antibiotics were observed only at the first five frequencies of the orienting electric field (10-1000 kHz). Ampicillin in a(More)
Essential changes in the orientation spectra (OS) of cell suspensions incubated at different concentrations of kanamycin, were found to occur only in the first 5 frequencies of the orienting electrical field (10-1,000 kHz)). The maximum change in the intensity of the electrooptical signal occurred at a concentration of kanamycin of 10 microg/ml. Antibiotic(More)
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