Maria Y Trusova

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The biodiversity of bacterial communities along the Yenisei River at section c. 1800 km was studied using next-generation sequencing of 16S rRNA genes and common biodiversity indices. Overall, 3022 unique operational taxonomic units were identified. Actinobacteria and Proteobacteria were the dominant phyla at all sampling sites. The highest alpha-diversity(More)
The study addresses the influence of the physicochemical properties of the reserve cellular macromolecules (polyhydroxyalkanoates, PHA) with different chemical composition on their biodegradation in the agro-transformed field soil of the Siberian region (Krasnoyarsk Territory, Russia). It was shown that the degradation of the PHA samples depends on the(More)
Dynamics of bacterial plankton community of eutrophic water reservoir in laboratory microecosystems with amino acid lysine was studied using PCR-DGGE technique. The addition of lysine to the microecosystems resulted in changes in the composition of the bacterial plankton in summer; in particular, a number of Lys1 and Lys2 species (genotypes) that consume(More)
An integrated study of the middle and lower Yenisei River was performed in the summer of 2012. It involved monitoring the key elements and ecological processes associated with the carbon cycle of the river ecosystem (the study area is more than 1800 km long). Measurements of the production and destruction processes have shown the failure of the “neutral(More)
183 The study of fluxes of organic carbon in the bioo sphere is one of the most relevant problems of modern ecology [1]. The paths of carbon in food webs in natu ral ecosystems are tracked by various methods based on the use of biochemical markers and stable isotopes as well as their combination, namely, the compound specific isotopic analysis (CSIA) that(More)
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