Mykolai Protsenko

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It is generally believed that plants "evolved a strategy of defending themselves from a phytopathogen attack" during evolution. This metaphor is used frequently, but it does not facilitate understanding of the mechanisms providing plant resistance to the invasion of foreign organisms and to other unfavorable external factors, as well as the role of these(More)
The activity of polygalacturonase and the protein inhibiting this enzyme, which affected polygalacturonases of phytopathogenic fungi Verticillium dahliae and Gloesporium musarium, were detected in banana (Musa acumthata L.) fruit of cultivars Cavendish and Korolevskii. The polygalacturonase from banana fruit was inhibited by the preparations of the protein(More)
New data were obtained for the Solanum brevidens Fill. nucleotide sequences coding for polygalacturonase inhibitor proteins (PGIPs), which are involved in plant defense against phytopathogenic fungi. Highly degenerate primers directed to the conserved regions of the known PGIP genes of tomato, kiwi, apple, carrot, and grape were used to clone four pgip(More)
A protein polygalacturonidase inhibitor isolated from fruit of the apple varieties Antonovka and Mantuanskoe differently affects the polygalacturonidases of different phytopathogenic fungi. Three groups of fungi were recognized by the sensitivity of their polygalacturonidases to the inhibitory effect. Storage of apples after harvesting is accompanied by(More)
Ethylene evolution changes were monitored during storage of apple fruits (Malus domestica Borkh., winter variety Mantuanskoe) treated with aminoethoxyvinylglycine and CoCl2. The storage of fruits was shown to be accompanied by changes in the activity of a protein inhibitor of polygalacturonase (PIPG). This inhibitor has been previously isolated from apple(More)
Smartphones are becoming more and more ubiquitous in the modern world, entrusted with such sensitive information as the user's location and banking data. Since Android is the most widespread smartphone platform, reliable and versatile means for Android application analysis are of great importance. Most of the existing code instrumentation approaches for(More)
The number and qualitative content of proteins extracted from potato tuber plasmolemma by buffer solutions of various ionic strengths and the non-ionic detergent Triton X-100 were investigated. It was shown that treatment with the buffer solutions of various ionic strengths results in separation of various amounts of proteins from the membranes. The(More)
Pseudomonas chlororaphis strain 449 isolated from the rhizosphere of maize suppresses numerous plant pathogens in vitro. The strain produces phenazine antibiotics and synthesizes at least three types of quorum sensing signaling molecules, N-acylhomoserine lactones. Here we have shown that the rhizospheric P. chlororaphis strains 449, well known strain 30-84(More)