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CITATION OF THE WORKS BY DR. S.A.

OSTROUMOV IN INTERNATIONAL SCIENTIFIC LITERATURE (EXAMPLES), WITH THE COVERS OF THE JOURNALS
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Studying effects of some surfactants and detergents on filter-feeding bivalves Hydrobiologia (June 2003), 500 (1-3), pg. 341-344; http://www.citeulike.org/user/ATP/article/9737871;

S. A. Ostroumov

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Effects of sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate and sodium dodecyl sulfate on the Mytilus galloprovincialis biomarker system Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (July 2010), 73 (5), pg. 835-841

Effects of sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate and sodium dodecyl sulfate on the Mytilus galloprovincialis biomarker system.Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety (July 2010), 73 (5), pg. 835-841 Bo Liu; Zhiming Yu; Xiuxian Song ; Fei Yang Sodium dodecyl sulfate (SDS) | Sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate (SDBS) | Mytilus galloprovincialis | Biomarker | Antioxidant enzymes | Genotoxicity | Metabolism Abstract: The effects of in vivo exposure of Mytilus galloprovincialis to two anionic surfactants (SDBS and SDS) on the molecular biomarker system were studied. After continuous exposure for 72 days, activities/levels of GST, GPx and GSH were significantly higher than in corresponding control groups following exposure to 3.000mg/L SDS and SDBS. Activities of SOD and CAT were significantly inhibited by experimental SDBS (except CAT in 0.100mg/L group), but not by SDS. Statistical analysis of enzyme activities/levels suggested that there were significant positive relationships between GST and GPx, and negative relationships were found between GSH and CAT, GSH and SOD. Amplified fragment length polymorphism (AFLP) results showed that a greater genotoxic effect was observed for SDBS than for SDS. Based on the above results, the biomarker system of mussels can be affected by the two anionic surfactants (≥3.000mg/L); it was more easily affected by SDBS than by SDS.

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Polyfunctional role of biodiversity in processes leading to water purification: current conceptualizations and concluding remarks. - Hydrobiologia (February 2002), 469 (1-3), pg. 203-204 ; full text free: http://www.scribd.com/doc/52627327/; S.A. Ostroumov

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Intra-basin spatial approach on pollution load estimation in a large Mediterranean river Desalination (January 2010), 250 (1), pg. 118-129

Intra-basin spatial approach on pollution load estimation in a large Mediterranean river.Desalination (January 2010), 250 (1), pg. 118-129. Yorgos Chatzinikolaou; Alexis Ioannou; Maria Lazaridou Biochemical oxygen demand | Nutrient retention | Organic pollution load | Nutrient pollution load | Pinios River Abstract: In order to find the segments of Pinios River which lack the retention capacity of the BOD and nutrient input, the difference of the estimated input and output pollution loads was compared at upstream and downstream clustered areas of a total of 73 segments. Catchment areas ranged from 1 to 11,300km2. Emissions were always higher than the actual transport, therefore retention was assumed to take place. Specific runoff, percentage of the surface water area and the calculated input of pollution loads (BOD, P, N) varied between the different Pinios River basin catchment areas. The transport to the emission load ratio was different between large and small catchments. The rate of retention among consecutive segments revealed that four lowland segments lacked in their relative retention capacity.

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On the Biotic Self-purification of Aquatic Ecosystems: Elements of the Theory. Doklady Biological Sciences (May 2004), 396 (1-6), pg. 206-211 S. A. Ostroumov

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Cited By (examples) Artificial neural network modelling of concentrations of nitrogen, phosphorus and dissolved oxygen in a non-point source polluted river in Zhejiang Province, southeast China. Hydrological Processes (January 2010), 24 (3), pg. 290-299 Dingjiang Chen ; Jun Lu; Yena Shen artificial neural network | agricultural non-point source pollution | total nitrogen | total phosphorus | dissolved oxygen | river water quality Abstract: A back-propagation algorithm neural network (BPNN) was developed to synchronously simulate concentrations of total nitrogen (TN), total phosphorus (TP) and dissolved oxygen (DO) in response to agricultural non-point source pollution (AGNPS) for any month and location in the Changle River, southeast China. Monthly river flow, water temperature, flow travel time, rainfall and upstream TN, TP and DO concentrations were selected as initial inputs of the BPNN through coupling correlation analysis and quadratic polynomial stepwise regression analysis for the outputs, i.e. downstream TN, TP and DO concentrations. The input variables and number of hidden nodes of the BPNN were then optimized using a combination of growing and pruning methods. The final structure of the BPNN was determined from simulated data based on experimental data for both the training and validation phases. The predicted values obtained using a BPNN consisting of the seven initial input variables (described above), one hidden layer with four nodes and three output variables matched well with observed values. The model indicated that decreasing upstream input concentrations during the dry season and control of NPS along the reach during average and flood seasons may be an effective way to improve Changle River water quality. If the necessary water quality and hydrology data are available, the methodology developed here can easily be applied to other case studies. The BPNN model is an easy-to-use modelling tool for managers to obtain rapid preliminary identification of spatiotemporal water quality variations in response to natural and artificial modifications of an agricultural drainage river. Copyright © 2009 John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 2. Estimation of critical nutrient amounts based on input–output analysis in an agriculture watershed of eastern China. - Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (December 2009), 134 (3-4), pg. 159-167

Estimation of critical nutrient amounts based on input–output analysis in an agriculture watershed of eastern China. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment (December 2009), 134 (3-4), pg. 159-167 DingJiang Chen ; Jun Lu; YeNa Shen; Randy A. Dahlgren ; ShuQuan Jin

Critical nutrient amount | Diffuse (non-point) source pollution | Export coefficient model | Input–output mass balance | Nitrogen | Phosphorus Abstract: The concept of critical nutrient amounts (CNA) for a watershed was developed to address eutrophication in surface waters from diffuse (non-point) source pollution. CNA is defined as the maximum allowable applied or generated amount (AGA) of a nutrient from natural and human sources that can be emitted and still allow compliance with water quality standards. The CNA calculation method is based on properties of diffuse source pollution, including (i) estimation and analysis of nutrient input–output balances in terrestrial and riverine systems; (ii) prediction of terrestrial nutrient export loads and AGA using riverine loads; and (iii) calculation of critical AGA to meet different regulatory compliance locations (e.g., end of a reach or for the whole reach). The CNA concept was developed, validated and applied for total nitrogen (TN) and phosphorus (TP) in the ChangLe agriculture-dominated watershed (864km2/27.8km reach) of eastern China. Results indicated that CNA was 7174tNy−1 and 5004tPy−1 for the reach-end control method and 8290tNy−1 and 4425tPy−1 for the whole-reach control method. Annual TN AGA exceeded CNA by 53.2–61.3% and 46.0–55.2% for reach-end and whole-reach control methods in 2004–06, respectively. In contrast, TP AGA values were 90.3–95.9% and 68.3–73.2% below CNA values for reach-end and whole-reach control methods, respectively. These calculations provide a target or permissible nutrient amount that can be used to develop management practices that allow attainment of water quality objectives at the watershed scale.

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On the Multifunctional Role of the Biota in the Self-Purification of Aquatic Ecosystems. Russian Journal of Ecology (2005), 36 (6), pg. 414-420; S. A. Ostroumov

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aquatic ecosystems | water quality | water self-purification | pollution | theory

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Flood mitigation designs with respect to river ecosystem functions—A problem oriented conceptual approach. - Ecological Engineering (January 2010), 36 (1), pg. 69-77

Bacterial accumulation by the Demospongiae Hymeniacidon perlevis: A tool for the bioremediation of polluted seawater. - Marine Pollution Bulletin (August 2010), 60 (8), pg. 1182-1187; C. Longo; G. Corriero ; M. Licciano; L. Stabili Hymeniacidon perlevis | Microbial pollution | Total coliforms | Filter-feeders | Water quality | Water self-purification

Abstract: Sponges can filter large amounts of water, which exerts an important grazing impact on free bacteria, an important component of the diet of sponges. We examined the accumulation of bacteria in the Demospongiae (Hymeniacidon perlevis). Analyses were performed on homogenates from unstarved and starved sponges in seawater from their sampling site (the Ionian Sea). Culturable heterotrophic bacteria (22°C), total culturable bacteria (37°C) and vibrios densities were measured on marine agar 2216, plate count agar and TCBS agar, respectively. Total and fecal coliforms, as well as fecal streptococci, were determined by the most probable number method (MPN). H. perlevis was able to accumulate all of the six microbiological groups. Bacterial groups differed in their resistance to digestion by H. perlevis. Our data suggest that H. perlevis may accumulate, remediate and metabolize bacteria and that they may be employed as a useful bioindicator and bioremediator. **

Some aspects of water filtering activity of filter-feeders. Hydrobiologia ( 2005), 542 (1), pg. 275-286 ; S. A. Ostroumov

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ecological taxation in ecosystems; ecological repair of water quality;

filter-feeders | water purification | bivalves | pollution | filtering activity

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1. Bacterial accumulation by the Demospongiae Hymeniacidon perlevis: A tool for the bioremediation of polluted seawater. - Marine Pollution Bulletin (August 2010), 60 (8), pg. 1182-1187;

Bacterial accumulation by the Demospongiae Hymeniacidon perlevis: A tool for the bioremediation of polluted seawater. Marine Pollution Bulletin (August 2010), 60 (8), pg. 1182-1187 C. Longo; G. Corriero ; M. Licciano; L. Stabili Hymeniacidon perlevis | Microbial pollution | Total coliforms | Filter-feeders | Water quality | Water self-purification

2. Bioremediation of bacteria in aquaculture waste using the polychaete Sabella spallanzanii . New BIOTECHNOLOGY (December 2010), 27 (6), pg. 774-781

Bioremediation of bacteria in aquaculture waste using the polychaete Sabella spallanzanii. New BIOTECHNOLOGY (December 2010), 27 (6), pg. 774-781 Loredana Stabili; Roberto Schirosi; Margherita Licciano; Emanuela Mola; Adriana Giangrande The excessive release of bacterial pathogens from animal waste into the aquaculture environment has become a major concern for the aquaculture industry. The biological filtration by macroinvertebrates contributes to water purification as a result of the bacterioplankton removal from the water. The filter-feeder polychaete Sabella spallanzanii is known for its ability to accumulate bacteria from the marine environment. In the present study we evaluated the survival, growth and capability of this species to remove several bacterial groups from aquaculture waste in order to ascertain its employment as bioremediator in a farming scenario coupled with the conversion of the wastes into polychaete protein-rich biomass of potentially marketable value. In comparison to other technologies, the employment of S. spallanzanii in waste treatment represents a more attractive option to reduce bacterial loads. 10.1016/j.nbt.2010.06.018 **

Transhydrogenase-induced responses of carotenoids, bacteriochlorophyll and penetrating anions in Rhodospirillum rubrum chromatophores. FEBS Letters (April 1973), 31 (1), pg. 27-30; S.A. Ostroumov; V.D. Samuilov ; V.P. Skulachev

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Comparison of the contribution from different energy-linked reactions to the function of a membrane potential in photosynthetic bacteria BBA - Bioenergetics (February 1990), 1015 (2), pg. 189-194 View Article 2. Energy-linked nicotinamide nucleotide transhydrogenases BBA Reviews On Bioenergetics (October 1977), 463 (2), pg. 155-184 View Article
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Inhibition of Mussel Suspension Feeding by Surfactants of Three Classes Hydrobiologia (February 2006), 556 (1), pg. 381-386 S. A. Ostroumov; J. Widdows

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surfactants | filter-feeders | clearance rates | marine mussels | toxicity

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1. Bacterial accumulation by the Demospongiae Hymeniacidon perlevis: A tool for the bioremediation of polluted seawater Marine Pollution Bulletin (August 2010), 60 (8), pg. 11821187 View Article 2. Bioremediation of bacteria in aquaculture waste using the polychaete Sabella spallanzanii New BIOTECHNOLOGY (December 2010), 27 (6), pg. 774-781 View Article
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Electrogenesis by bacteriorhodopsin incorporated in a planar phospholipid membrane FEBS Letters (February 1974), 39 (1), pg. 43-45 L.A. Drachev; A.D. Kaulen; S.A. Ostroumov; V.P. Skulachev

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1. Charge transfer between water and octane phases by soluble mitochondrial ATPase (F1), bacteriorhodopsin and respiratory chain enzymes FEBS Letters (February 1975), 50 (2), pg. 223-226 Charge transfer between water and octane phases by soluble mitochondrial ATPase (F1), bacteriorhodopsin and respiratory chain enzymes FEBS Letters (February 1975), 50 (2), pg. 223-226 L.I. Boguslavsky ; A.A. Kondrashin; I.A. Kozlov; S.T. Metelsky; V.P. Skulachev ; A.G. Volkov 2. ** 2 Reconstitution of bacteriorhodopsin in a millipore filter system FEBS Letters (April 1977), 76 (1), pg. 45-50 Reconstitution of bacteriorhodopsin in a millipore filter system FEBS Letters (April 1977), 76 (1), pg. 45-50 M.C. Blok ; K.J. Hellingwerf ; K. Van Dam 3. Conversion of light energy into electric energy by bacteriorhodopsin FEBS Letters (April 1976), 64 (1), pg. 23-25 View Article 4. Bacteriorhodopsin-loaded charged synthetic membranes utilization of light energy to generate electrical current FEBS Letters (September 1977), 81 (1), pg. 77-80 View Article 5. Charge transfer between water and octane phases by soluble mitochondrial ATPase (F1), bacteriorhodopsin and respiratory chain enzymes FEBS Letters (February 1975), 50 (2), pg. 223-226 View Article 6. Incorporation into lipid bilayer membranes of a photo-sensitive pigment from the honeybee compound eye BBA - Biomembranes (May 1977), 467 (1), pg. 103-107 View Article

Incorporation into lipid bilayer membranes of a photo-sensitive pigment from the honeybee compound eye BBA - Biomembranes (May 1977), 467 (1), pg. 103-107 F. Gambale; A. Gliozzi ; I.M. Pepe ; M. Robello ; R. Rolandi

7. Influence of stray capacitance and sample resistance on the kinetics of fast photovoltages from oriented purple membranes BBA - Bioenergetics (June 1984), 765 (3), pg. 288-294

Influence of stray capacitance and sample resistance on the kinetics of fast photovoltages from oriented purple membranes BBA - Bioenergetics (June 1984), 765 (3), pg. 288-294 H.-W. Trissl; A. Der; P. Ormos; L. Keszthelyi 8. Magnetic resonance studies of the mitochondrial divalent cation carrier BBA - Biomembranes (January 1975), 375 (1), pg. 69-86 View Article 9. Bacteriorhodopsin vesicles. An outline of the requirements for light-dependent H+ pumping BBA - Biomembranes (October 1978), 513 (1), pg. 66-77 View Article 10. The purple membrane and solar energy conversion Trends in Biochemical Sciences (March 1980), 5 (3), pg. 62-64

The purple membrane and solar energy conversion Trends in Biochemical Sciences (March 1980), 5 (3), pg. 62-64 Kehar Singh ; S.Roy Caplan

View Article 11. Luminescence of bacteriorhodopsin from Halobacterium halobium and its connection with the photochemical conversions of the chromophore BBA - Bioenergetics (November 1977), 462 (2), pg. 450-466 View Article 12. Fast photovoltage measurements in photosynthesis. II. Experimental methods Biospectroscopy (January 1995), 1 (1), pg. 71-82

Fast photovoltage measurements in photosynthesis. II. Experimental methods Biospectroscopy (January 1995), 1 (1), pg. 71-82 Hans‐Wilhelm Trissl; Karsten Wulf 13. Light-induced changes of the pH gradient and the membrane potential in H. halobium FEBS Letters (June 1976), 65 (2), pg. 175-178 View Article 14. Association of bacteriorhodopsin-containing phospholipid vesicles with phospholipidimpregnated Millipore filters BBA - Biomembranes (February 1978), 507 (1), pg. 48-61 View Article 15. Oriented purple-membrane films as a probe for studies of the mechanism of bacteriorhodopsin functioning. II. Photoelectric processes BBA - Bioenergetics (June 1987), 892 (1), pg. 5667 View Article 16.

Association of bacteriorhodopsin with lipid-impregnated filters. Evidence for fusion of bacteriorhodopsin-containing vesicles with the lipid phase of the filter BBA - Biomembranes (February 1979), 550 (3), pg. 527-542 View Article 17. Light-dependent rubidium transport in intact Halobacterium halobium cells BBA - Bioenergetics (March 1977), 459 (3), pg. 532-545 View Article 18. Nystatin-induced increase in photocurrent in the system ‘bacteriorhodopsin proteoliposome/bilayer planar membrane’ BBA - Bioenergetics (August 1982), 681 (2), pg. 311317 View Article 19. Transmembrane electrochemical H+-potential as a convertible energy source for the living cell FEBS Letters (February 1977), 74 (1), pg. 1-9 View Article 20. Mechanism of generation and regulation of photopotential by bacteriorhodopsin in bimolecular lipid membrane. The quenching effect of blue light BBA - Bioenergetics (August 1978), 503 (2), pg. 304-315 View Article 21. A study on the membrane potential and pH gradient in chromatophores and intact cells of photosynthetic bacteria BBA - Bioenergetics (May 1975), 387 (2), pg. 388-395 View Article 22. Rhodopsin and bacteriorhodopsin: structure—function relationships FEBS Letters (November 1982), 148 (2), pg. 179-191 View Article 23. Association of bacteriorhodopsin with lipid-impregnated filters. Evidence for fusion of bacteriorhodopsin-containing vesicles with the lipid phase of the filter Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Biomembranes (February 1979), 550 (3), Completing Vol., pg. 527-542

Association of bacteriorhodopsin with lipid-impregnated filters. Evidence for fusion of bacteriorhodopsin-containing vesicles with the lipid phase of the filter Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Biomembranes (February 1979), 550 (3), Completing Vol., pg. 527-542 M.C. Blok ; K. Van Dam 24. Charge displacements in purple membranes adsorbed to a heptane/water interface. Evidence for a primary charge separation in bacteriorhodopsin Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Bioenergetics (May 1983), 723 (2), pg. 327-331 View Article 25.

Influence of stray capacitance and sample resistance on the kinetics of fast photovoltages from oriented purple membranes Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Bioenergetics (June 1984), 765 (3), Completing Vol., pg. 288-294 View Article 26. Demonstration of coupling between the protonmotive force across bacteriorhodopsin and the flow through its photochemical cycle FEBS Letters (August 1978), 92 (2), pg. 181-186 View Article 27. The dual role of rhodopsin in vision: light-driven charge translocation and formation of longlived photoproducts FEBS Letters (September 1982), 146 (2), pg. 244-254 View Article 28. Time resolution of the intermediate steps in the bacteriorhodopsin-linked electrogenesis FEBS Letters (March 1978), 87 (1), pg. 161-167 View Article 29. Light-dependent rubidium transport in intact Halobacterium halobium cells Biochimica et Biophysica Acta (BBA)/Bioenergetics (March 1977), 459 (3), Completing Vol., pg. 532545 View Article 30. H+-adenosine triphosphatase and membrane energy coupling BBA Reviews On Bioenergetics (June 1977), 463 (1), pg. 29-89
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Social behaviour of microbial populations

Journal of Basic Microbiology (January 1994), 34 (6), pg. 425-439 Alexander V. Oleskin Abstract: This paper covers the recent data on the biosocial interactions of microbial cells in populations. These interactions are considered in terms of general ethological and sociobiological concepts such as agonistic behaviour, affiliation, cooperation and coordination. Microbial social behaviour exemplified by the interactions among individuals in the supraorganismic structures of myxobacteria, Proteus mirabilis, Escherichia coli, myxomycetes and fungi is compared (i) to the cell behaviour involved in the development of animal embryos and immune responses of multicellular organisms and (ii) to the collective behaviour of higher animals in groups or communities. Special attention is given to the biotechnological implications of microbial sociality. 10.1002/jobm.3620340608
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