O. A. Gogoleva

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The dynamics of catalase activity of the hydrocarbon-oxidizing bacteria Gordona terrae, Rhodococcus rubropertinctus, and Rhodococcus erythropolis during petroleum product destruction has been studied. A direct relationship between decreasing catalase activity of hydrocarbon-oxidizing microorganisms and the intensity of petroleum product destruction has been(More)
The growth characteristics of an algo-bacterial community (Chlamydomonas reinhardtii and bacterial satellites) were studied, as well as the mechanism and patterns of bacterial effect on algae. Four strains of predominant bacteria were isolated and partially characterized. They were assigned to the following taxa: Rhodococcus terrea, Micrococcus roseus, and(More)
AIM To study mechanisms of survival and regulation of natural algobacterial associations. MATERIALS AND METHODS Lysozyme, antilysozyme, catalase and antagonistic activity as well as hydrogen peroxide production were determined in algobacterial associations formed by green algae or cyanobacteria and satellite bacteria. For assessment of reactions of(More)
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