N. I. Vorob’ev

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Inactivation of the genes involved in dicarboxylic acid transport in the alfalfa rhizobia Sinorhizobium meliloti—the structural gene of succinate permease dctA and its transcriptional regulators dctBD, nifA, and ntrA—leads to complete or partial loss of N2-fixing activity, while amplification of these genes leads to an increase in this activity. This(More)
Symbioses are very beneficial models for studying the integrity of biosystems, which characterizes their structure-function orderliness and allows the partners to adequately respond to environmental changes. An analysis of various types of the plant-microbe and animal-microbe symbioses suggests that their integrity qualitatively increases during facultative(More)
An antibacterial composition with multifunctional biological activity for protecting plants against pathogens of bacterial infections has been created on the basis of the polymeric membrane-active nanodisperse antimicrobial preparation Katapol and a fungicide for preplanting treatment of vegetable seeds and potato tubers. The high protective effect of the(More)
The data on heavy metal (HM) accumulation and detoxification by plants and bacteria in plant–microbial systems (PMS) are reviewed. Bacteria are shown to be the labile component of the system, responsible for a considerable amelioration of HM stress impact on plants and for improved PMS adaptation to heavy metals. Simulation of plant–microbial interactions(More)
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