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On the Multifunctional Role of the Biota in the SelfPurification of Aquatic Ecosystems
Principles of the theory of the ecological mechanism of water self-purification based on multiple functions of the biota in freshwater and marine ecosystems are formulated. In developing this theory, the resul... S. A. Ostroumov in Russian Journal of Ecology (2005) Look Inside Get Access 2. Article

Inhibitory analysis of top-down control: new keys to studying eutrophication, algal blooms, and water self-purification
Top-down control is an important type of interspecies interactions in food webs. It is especially important for aquatic ecosystems. Phytoplankton grazers contribute to the top-down control of phytoplankton pop... S.A. Ostroumov in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 3. Article

Some aspects of water filtering activity of filter-feeders
On the basis of the previous publications, our new data and the existing scientific literature, we have formulated some fundamental principles that characterize the pivotal roles of the biodiversity of filter-... S. A. Ostroumov in Hydrobiologia (2005) Look Inside Get Access 4. Article

Inhibition of Mussel Suspension Feeding by Surfactants of Three Classes
Effects of three surfactants on the filtration rates by marine mussels were studied. The xenobiotics tested represented anionic, cationic and non-ionic surfactants (tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide, a repre... S. A. Ostroumov, J. Widdows in Hydrobiologia (2006) Look Inside Get Access 5. Article

Studying effects of some surfactants and detergents on filterfeeding bivalves

Effects of several surfactants and chemical mixtures on marine bivalves were studied. An anionic surfactant, sodium dodecylsulphate (SDS), and a cationic surfactant, tetradecyltrimethylammonium bromide (TDTMA),..... S. A. Ostroumov in Hydrobiologia (2003) Look Inside Get Access 6. Article

On the concepts of biochemical ecology and hydrobiology: Ecological chemomediators
Earlier, the author published two books and some papers, in which he described conceptual foundations of new scientific disciplines — biochemical ecology and biochemical hydrobiology. These trends in research ... S. A. Ostroumov in Contemporary Problems of Ecology (2008) Look Inside Get Access 7. Article

Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in processes leading to water purification: current conceptualizations and concluding remarks
S.A. Ostroumov in Hydrobiologia (2002) Get Access 8. Article

Current changes in fish population in large rivers of Russia in the European Northeast
The current changes in fish population in waterbodies of Russia in the European Northeast reflect a real appearance of new fish species in communities as well as an active expansion of fish species which were ... A. B. Zakharov, E. I. Boznak in Russian Journal of Biological Invasions (2011) Look Inside Get Access 9. Article

Sex pheromones of male yellowfin Baikal sculpin (Cottocomephorus grewingki): Isolation and chemical studies
Three components of the male yellowfin Baikal sculpin pheromonal signal have been isolated from urine by diethyl ether extraction, thinayer chromatography (TLC), and high-performance liquid chromatography (HPL... Pavel L. Katsel, Tamara M. Dmitrieva, Rashid B. Valeyev… in Journal of Chemical Ecology (1992) Look Inside Get Access 10. Article

A role of chemical signals in the induction of spawning migration in chum salmonOncorhynchus keta (Waldbaum)
V. A. Ostroumov in Russian Journal of Ecology (2000) Get Access 11. Article

Contribution of biological processes to self-purification of water with respect to petroleum hydrocarbon associated with No. 0 diesel in Changjiang Estuary and Jiaozhou Bay, China
Mesocosms in 25-m3 ethylene vinyl acetate or 4-m3 polyethylene bags were performed at two sites in China: Changjiang Estuary in spring–summer 1998, and Jiaozhou Bay in autumn 1999 and spring –summer 2000. The expe... Xiulin Wang, Yu An, Jun Zhang, Xiaoyong Shi, Chenjian Zhu, Ruixiang Li… in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 12. Article

Water Quality of Effluent-dominated Ecosystems: Ecotoxicological, Hydrological, and Management Considerations
In arid and semi-arid regions of the southwestern United States and other parts of the world, flows of historically ephemeral streams are now perennially dominated by municipal and/or industrial effluent disch... Bryan W. Brooks, Timothy M. Riley, Ritchie D. Taylor in Hydrobiologia (2006) Look Inside Get Access 13. Article

Further expansion of the genus Cercopagis (Crustacea, Branchiopoda, Onychopoda) in the Baltic Sea, with notes on the taxa present and their ecology
The onychopod cladoceran Cercopagis that recently invaded the Baltic Sea is reported from new zones of the northern Baltic proper. Because of successful survival and an expanding distribution range, the addition ... Elena Gorokhova, Nikolai Aladin, Henri J. Dumont in Hydrobiologia (2000) Look Inside Get Access 14. Article

Survey of Fish Inhabiting the Littoral Zone of Southern Lake Baikal
Ichthyofauna in the littoral zone the southern extremity of Lake Baikal was investigated. Modern data were obtained on fish composition in waters most affected by anthropogenic factors, where the probability o... V. M. Kudelin in Hydrobiologia (2006) Look Inside Get Access 15. Article

Microbial ecology and biodiversity in permafrost
Permafrost represents 26% of terrestrial soil ecosystems; yet its biology, essentially microbiology, remains relatively unexplored. The permafrost environment is considered extreme because indigenous microorga... Blaire Steven, Richard Léveillé, Wayne H. Pollard, Lyle G. Whyte in Extremophiles (2006) Look Inside Get Access 16. Article

Zooplankton invasions: a brief review, plus two case studies from the northeast Pacific Ocean
Invasions of aquatic habitats by non-indigenous species (NIS), including zooplankton, are occurring at an alarming rate and are causing global concern. Although hundreds of such invasions have now been documen... Stephen M. Bollens, Jeffery R. Cordell, Sean Avent, Rian Hooff in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 17. Article

Change in the anthropogenic geochemical impact on the biosphere
N. F. Glazovsky in GeoJournal (1990) Look Inside Get Access 18. Article

Aquatic Oligochaeta of the Dnieper-Bug Estuary system
This paper describes the influence of different ecological factors on the distribution of Oligochaeta in parts of the Dnieper-Bug Estuary. The important environmental factors in the Dnieper-Bug Estuary were sa... T. G. Moroz in Hydrobiologia (1994) Look Inside Get Access 19. Article

Ecological relations of agricultural populations of ecdysteroid-containing plants Rhaponticum carthamoides (Willd.) Iljin andSerratula coronata L. with herbivorous insects report 2. Composition variability of phytoecdysteroids in agrocenoses and their role in the vulnerability of plants to phytophagans
The accumulation and variability of ecdysteroids, which are analogs of the insect molting hormones, were studied during ontogeny of agricultural populations of Rhaponticum carthamoides (Leuzea carthamoides DC.) a... N. P. Timofeev in Contemporary Problems of Ecology (2009) Look Inside Get Access 20. Article

Zooplankton in different types of estuaries (using Curonian and Vistula estuaries as an example)
Based upon the results of long-term monitoring of zooplankton in the Curonian and Vistula estuaries carried out by the author, specific features of the structure and functioning of the zooplankton communities ... E. N. Naumenko in Inland Water Biology (2009) Look Inside Get Access

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Non-native Species and Rates of Spread: Lessons from the Brackish Baltic Sea
The Baltic Sea, a semi-enclosed brackish water region, has been inoculated by non-indigenous species for centuries. Today, much of its biological diversity is of foreign origin (i.e. xenodiversity), intentiona... Erkki Leppäkoski, Sergej Olenin in Biological Invasions (2000) Look Inside Get Access 2. Article

Response of aquatic communities to anthropogenic stress: a comparative study of Neva Bay and the eastern Gulf of Finland
A comparative study of the long-term data (1982–1996) on the ecosystems' state in Neva Bay and the eastern Gulf of Finland showed spatial differences and temporal changes in the structure and functioning of th... I. V. Telesh, A. F. Alimov, S. M. Golubkov, V. N. Nikulina, V. E. Panov in Hydrobiologia (1999) Look Inside Get Access 3. Article

Biogeographic zonation of the Black Sea and Caspian Sea basin based on Mysid fauna (Crustacea: Mysidacea)
A biogeographic analysis of the Black Sea and Caspian Sea basin and adjacent Aegean Sea and the Sea of Marmara was conducted based on the distribution of 55 mysid species. The Black and Caspian Sea basin prope... M. E. Daneliya, V. V. Petryashev in Russian Journal of Marine Biology (2011) Look Inside Get Access 4. Article

Population dynamics and ecological impact of the nonindigenousCercopagis pengoi in the Gulf of Riga (Baltic Sea)
Abundance of the exotic predatory cladoceran Cercopagis pengoi (Ostroumov, 1891) in the Gulf of Riga ... of invasion (1992–2001) and peaked with an annual mean of 420 ± 109 (s.e.) ind. m−3 in 2001. As a long-term... Henn Ojaveer, Mart Simm, Ain Lankov in Hydrobiologia (2004) Look Inside Get Access 5. Article

Poster presentation ―Marine stations‖
Helgoländer Meeresuntersuchungen (1995) Look Inside Get Access 6. Article

The role of biodetritus in accumulation of elements in aquatic ecosystems
Biodetritus that formed over a 7-month period in microcosms with Viviparus viviparus, Unio pictorum, andCeratophyllum demersum contained a number of elements. This is the first study to determine concentrations ... S. A. Ostroumov, G. M. Kolesov in Contemporary Problems of Ecology (2010)

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Microbial community analysis by FISH for mathematical modelling of selective enrichment of gel-entrapped nitrifiers obtained from domestic wastewater
Nitrifying activated sludge from natural domestic sewage was entrapped in hydrogel beads, which were subsequently enriched for nitrifiers in a continuous stirred tank reactor (CSTR). Fluorescently labelled, 16... Christian Vogelsang, Andreas Schramm, Cristian Picioreanu… in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 8. Article

Influence of benthic and interstitial processes on nutrient changes along a regulated reach of a large river (Rhône River, France)
Benthic and hyporheic (i.e. the water-saturated interstitial zone beneath river bed-sediments) processes together modify particulate and dissolved nutrient fluxes in streams, but the relative importance of the... Guillaume Fauvet, Cécile Claret, Pierre Marmonier in Hydrobiologia (2001) Look Inside Get Access 9. Article

Invasion Pressure on the Finnish Lake District: Invasion Corridors and Barriers
In a literature-based study, 29 non-indigenous species present in northeastern European waters were assessed for their potential for introduction and establishment in Finnish inland lakes. Their physiological ... Marjo Pienimäki, Erkki Leppäkoski in Biological Invasions (2004) Look Inside Get Access 10. Article

In situ biofiltration: a means to limit the dispersal of effluents from marine finfish cage aquaculture
Net pen fish farms generally enrich the surrounding waters and the underlying sediments with nutrients and organic matter, and these loadings can cause a variety of environmental problems, such as algal blooms... Dror L. Angel, Noa Eden, Stephen Breitstein, Amir Yurman, Timor Katz… in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 11. Article

Herbicide bioconcentration in Cladophora glomerata: atrazine removal in a eutrophic agricultural river
Atrazine is the most commonly used agricultural herbicide in the midwestern cornbelt of the U.S.A. This project investigated atrazine bioconcentration in Cladophora glomerata (L.) Kütz, the dominant algae by biom... Alicia D. Shelton, Michael C. Miller in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access

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How many species of Cladocera are there?
An estimation of the number of taxa within families, genera and local faunas of Cladocera reveals that only c.129 species (17% of all known species) may be considered as sufficiently well described (valid specie... N. M. Korovchinsky in Hydrobiologia (1996) Look Inside Get Access 13. Article

Inorganic carbon fluxes at the water–sediment interface in five littoral systems in Spain (southern Europe)
The benthic fluxes of dissolved inorganic carbon have been measured in five different littoral ecosystems in Spain (Southern Europe). The values measured by means of benthic chambers ranged between 30 and 378 ... T. Ortega, R. Ponce, J.M. Forja, A. Gómez-Parra in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 14. Article

History of aquatic invertebrate invasions in the Caspian Sea
Incorporation of the fossil record and molecular markers into studies of biological invasions provides new historical perspectives on the incidence of natural and human-mediated invasions of nonindigenous spec... Igor A. Grigorovich, Thomas W. Therriault, Hugh J. MacIsaac in Biological Invasions (2003) Look Inside Get Access 15. Article

The effect of biological factors on the efficiency of river biofilms in improving water quality
Biofilms are an ensemble of autotrophs and heterotrophs, which are highly efficient in removing inorganic and organic compounds, as well as other chemicals, from river water. They are, therefore, key elements ... Sergi Sabater, Helena Guasch, Anna Romaní, Isabel Muñoz in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 16. Article

Water Quality Quantification: Basics and Implementation
Quantitative estimation of water quality and its relationships with management activities is a necessary step in efficient water resources management. However, water quality is typically defined in abstract te... A. Parparov, K. D. Hambright, L. Hakanson, A. Ostapenia in Hydrobiologia (2006) Look Inside Get Access 17. Article

Estimation of the possibility of cladoceran invasion and survival under conditions of competition in mesotrophic Lake Glubokoe
A possibility of introducing alien cladoceran species into the pelagial zone of mesotrophic Lake Glubokoe has been estimated. For this purpose, observations have been performed on the cohorts of alien species (Da... I. Yu. Feniova, S. V. Budaev in Russian Journal of Ecology (2006)

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Changes in nutrient retention capacity of boreal aquatic ecosystems under climate warming: a simulation study
Loading, retention and release of nitrogen and phosphorus were studied for three growing seasons in experimental flow-through pond ecosystems, where impacts of rising temperature on the boreal zone were studie... Paula Kankaala, Anne Ojala, Tiina Tulonen, Lauri Arvola in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 19. Article

Water purification using sand
Slow sand filters are used to purify drinking water. Each filter consists of a large tank containing a bed of sand through which water passes at typical rates of 0.1–0.3 m h−1. Water is cleaned by physico –chemica... R.S. Wotton in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 20. Article

Distribution and special traits of naturalization of new and rare zooplankton species in waterbodies of the Upper Volga basin
More than ten new zooplankton species were registered in reservoirs of the Upper Volga during 2002 –2005. Since 2003, the cladoceran Diaphanosoma orghidani Negrea, had intensively settled in different biotopes of ... V. I. Lazareva in Inland Water Biology (2008) Look Inside Get Access

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1. Destruction of mustard gas hydrolysis products by marine and soil bacteria
Destruction of mustard gas hydrolysis products by bacterial cultures isolated from soils and bottom waters at the sites of chemical weapons disposal has been studied. Among the tested microorganisms, the soil ... N. G. Medvedeva, Yu. M. Polyak, T. B. Zaytseva, G. A. Zharikov in Biology Bulletin (2012) Look Inside Get Access 2. Article

Interactions between calcite precipitation (natural and artificial) and phosphorus cycle in the hardwater lake
The influence of calcite precipitation on the phosphorus cycle in stratified hardwater lake was studied before and during experiments with a new restoration technique. Surveys of the chemical composition of wa... Maria Dittrich, Rainer Koschel in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 3. Article

Simulation of cladoceran survival strategy under conditions of food depletion
Competition between several cladoceran species has been studied with the use of simulation. The results have demonstrated that, in most cases, one or two species survive. Under conditions of the minimum food s... I. Yu. Feniova, S. V. Budaev, Yu. Yu. Dgebuadze in Russian Journal of Ecology (2006) Look Inside Get Access 4. Article

Some notes on Brachionus rotundiformis (Tschugunoff) in Lake Palaeostomi
In 1933 a connection was formed between the Black Sea and Lake Palaeostomi (Georgia) after which the latter became a brackish-water lake with water salinity up to 13{‰}. Water salinity is variable, depending f... Juta Haberman, Minoru Sudzuki in Hydrobiologia (1998) Look Inside Get Access 5. Article

Denitrification in the water column of an intermittently anoxic fjord
Denitrification was studied in the water column in the Bunnefjord, inner part of the Oslofjord in southern Norway, using a 15N-technique (the isotope pairing method). The fjord is 150 m deep and during our survey... Svein Kristiansen, Morten Thorne Schaanning in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 6. Article

Nitrate elimination by denitrification in hardwood forest soils of the Upper Rhine floodplain – correlation with redox potential and organic matter
Denitrification in floodplains is a major issue for river- and groundwater quality. In the Upper Rhine valley, floodplain forests are about to be restored to serve as flood retention areas (polders). Besides f... Ingrid Brettar, José-Miguel Sanchez-Perez, Michèle Trémolières in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 7. Article

The State of knowledge about wetlands and their future under aspects of global climate change: the situation in Russia
In the former Soviet Union, some areas that included wetlands were protected as national natural treasures. For example, the Astrakhan Biosphere Reserve mentioned above aimed at protecting the Volga River delt... Richard D. Robarts, Alexander V. Zhulidov, Dmitry F. Pavlov in Aquatic Sciences (2013) Look Inside Get Access 8. Article

Zooplankton productivity at the peak of eutrophication of a plain reservoir ecosystem: The role of invertebrate predators

Changes in metazooplankton productivity and the pressure of invertebrate predators in the Rybinsk Reservoir are analyzed on materials of long-term studies (1956–1995). The production of the plankton community ... V. I. Lazareva, A. I. Kopylov in Biology Bulletin Reviews (2011) Look Inside Get Access 9. Article

The role of sedimentation and resuspension for the transport of sediments and contaminants in the Skagerrak
An investigation was conducted in winter of 1997/1998 in the Skagerrak off southern Norway to collect data on the influence of sedimentation and resuspension on the transport of organic contaminants. Data from... Thomas T. Noji, Carola I.-M. Noji, Jarle Klungsøyr in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 10. 11. Article

Photochemical degradation of PAHs in freshwaters and their impact on bacterial growth – influence of water chemistry
Solar ultraviolet radiation both degrades and alters the quality of natural organic matter as well as organic pollutants in surface waters. Still, it is only recently that this indirect influence of photochemi... Stefan Bertilsson, Anneli Widenfalk in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 12. Article

Factors controlling long-term changes of the eutrophicated ecosystem of Pärnu Bay, Gulf of Riga
Phytoplankton, mesozooplankton, mysids and fish larvae were studied during 15–29 annual cycles measured weekly to monthly in Pärnu Bay, the Gulf of Riga. The monthly variability of the biological data was rela... Jonne Kotta, Mart Simm, Ilmar Kotta, Inga Kanošina, Kalle Kallaste… in Hydrobiologia (2004) Look Inside Get Access 13. Article

Change of phytoplankton composition and biodiversity in Lake Sempach before and during restoration
Lake Sempach, located in the central part of Switzerland, has a surface area of 14 km2, a maximum depth of 87 m and a water residence time of 15 years. Restoration measures to correct historic eutrophication, inc... Hansrudolf Bürgi, Pius Stadelmann in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 14. Article

Molecular assessment of the potential for in situ bioremediation of PCBs from aquatic sediments
Polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are a family of xenobiotic compounds that are ubiquitous and oftentimes persistent environmental pollutants. As such, PCBs are a common target of sediment remediation efforts. ... Matthew J. Hoostal, George S. Bullerjahn, R. Michael L. McKay in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access

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Invertebrate introductions in marine habitats: two species of hydromedusae (Cnidaria) native to the Black Sea, Maeotias inexspectata and Blackfordia virginica, invade San Francisco Bay
The hydrozoans Maeotias inexspectata Ostroumoff, 1896 and Blackfordia virginica Mayer, 1910, believed to be native to the Black Sea (i.e. Sarmatic) and resident in a variety of estuarine habitats worldwide, were ... C. E. Mills, F. Sommer in Marine Biology (1995) Look Inside Get Access 16. Article

Accumulation of metals by vegetation in a small drainage area exposed to aerotechnogenic pollution
Trends in the accumulation of metals by different plant species have been analyzed in a forest phytocenosis of the southern taiga zone of the Middle Urals, which is polluted by emissions from a copper-smelting... E. V. Fedorova, G. Ya. Odintseva in Russian Journal of Ecology (2005) Look Inside Get Access 17. Article

Estimation of the maximal population frequency of ―alien‖ biotypes taking into account a priori data
A method is described for calculating the probability that the percentag e of ―alien‖ biotypes is higher than a specified threshold (e.g., 5%) in a population in which a certain number of ―alien‖ biotypes has b... L. A. Zhivotovsky, A. A. Pomortsev, E. V. Lyalina… in Russian Journal of Ecology (2005) Look Inside Get Access 18. Article

Mg2+-Dependent, cation-stimulated inorganic pyrophosphatase associated with vacuoles isolated from storage roots of red beet (Beta vulgaris L.)
Vacuoles isolated from storage roots of red beet (Beta vulgaris L.) posess a Mg2+-dependent, alkaline pyrophosphatase (PPase) activity which is further stimulated by salts of monovalent cations. The requirement f... Robert R. Walker, Roger A. Leigh in Planta (1981) Look Inside Get Access 19. Article

Performances of constructed wetlands for municipal wastewater treatment in rural mountainous area
A global performance evaluation of an experimental Horizontal SubSurface Flow Constructed Wetlands (HSSF) was made after 6 years of functioning. This wetland is situated in French prealpine mountain, at 720 m ... Gérard Merlin, Jean-Luc Pajean, Thierry Lissolo in Hydrobiologia (2002)

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1. Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis in the Baltic Sea—a supply-side invader?
Although the Chinese mitten crab Eriocheir sinensis (H. Milne-Edwards, 1853) (Crustacea, Decapoda, Varunidae) invaded the Baltic Sea about 80 years ago, published information on its present distribution and abund... Henn Ojaveer, Stephan Gollasch, Andres Jaanus, Jonne Kotta… in Biological Invasions (2007) Look Inside Get Access 2. Article

Heavy metals in the Rosetta estuary of the Nile and the adjoining Mediterranean waters: evidence of removal of dissolved heavy metals from waters as a result of possible binding to suspended matter
The Rosetta estuary was partially separated from the Rosetta branch of the Nile by Edfina Barrage, which controls the Nile discharge into the Mediterranean Sea. The study area covers the Rosetta estuary (lotic... Massoud A. H. Saad, Ehsan M. Hassan in Hydrobiologia (2002) Look Inside Get Access 3. 4. Article

Ten Years of Practical Experience with the DreissenaMonitor, a Biological Early Warning System for Continuous Water Quality Monitoring
The Dreissena-Monitor is a biological early warning system for the aquatic environment. It is based on the valve movements of up to 2 × 42 specimens of the zebra mussel Dreissena polymorpha, exposed in a flow-thr... Jost Borcherding in Hydrobiologia (2006) Look Inside Get Access 5. 6. Article

Acute and Sub-lethal Toxicity of Landfill Leachate Towards Two Aquatic Macro-invertebrates: Demonstrating the Remediation Potential of Aerobic Digestion
A specific landfill leachate that contained 1.036 mgl−1of 2-chlorobiphenyl was used in the study (255 mg l−1COD and 133 mg l−1 BOD5). Three, 2-l semi-continuous batch reactors (SBRs) were used to simulate the tr... M. C. Bloor, C. J. Banks in Hydrobiologia (2006) Look Inside Get Access 7. Article

Light-induced proton translocation through thylakoid and cytoplasmic membranes of Plectonema boryanum
Light-induced fluorescence changes of 9-aminoacridine, an indicator of proton gradient in energy-transducing membranes, were studied in Plectonema boryanum and other cyanobacteria. The fluorescence changes observ... Eugene L. Barsky, Michael V. Gusev, Kamilla A. Nikitina… in Archives of Microbiology (1981) Look Inside Get Access 8. 9. Article

Effects of nonindigenous species on diversity and community functioning in the eastern Gulf of Finland (Baltic Sea)
An increase of xenodiversity in plankton and benthos in the eastern Gulf of Finland was observed from 1998 to 2004. Nonindigenous species account for 4.8% of all species found and up to 96% of total biomass. I... Marina I. Orlova, Irena V. Telesh, Nadezhda A. Berezina… in Helgoland Marine Research (2006) Look Inside Get Access 10. Open Access Article

NhaD type sodium/proton-antiporter of Halomonas elongata: a salt stress response mechanism in marine habitats?
Sodium/proton-antiporters (Nha) are known to play an important role in pH- and Na+-homeostasis. In microorganisms several types with different capacity, affinity and selectivity for Na+ and Li+ exist. The homeost... Matthias Kurz, Anika NS Brünig, Erwin A Galinski in Saline Systems (2006) Download PDF (2997 KB) View Article 11. 12.