• R. Zouari, S. Ellouze-Chaabouni, D. Ghribi-Aydi
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Bacillus subtilis SPB1 is known to produce a highly effective biosurfactant that belongs to the class of lipopeptides. This biosurfactant has shown relevant properties that [...]

  • Y. Zhuravlev, I. Kulikova
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Population genetics and the phylogeographic structure of dabbling duck species were investigated using 5′-end sequencing of the mtDNA control region and ODC-6 of nuclear [...]

  • O. Zhigileva, S. Kashtanov, I. Golovacheva
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    Three types of genetic markers (restriction fragments of cytochrome b mtDNA gene, SSR and ISSR) were proposed for the study of genetic variability in the sable Martes zibellina [...]

  • O. Zaumyslova, S. Bondarchuk
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    The long-tailed goral (Nemorhaedus caudatus ) is a rare montane ungulate species with a patchy distribution. In the Sikhote-Alin Reserve, gorals occupy the northern part of [...]

  • S. Zagrebelniy, V. Fomin
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    The present paper elaborates on the status of both harbor and spotted (largha) seal populations on the Komandorsky Islands. Local populations of these seals have doubled since [...]

  • O. Zagainova, N. Markov, E. Zinovjev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016).

    Abstract
    We studied the remains of Coleoptera in Asian badger (Meles leucurus Hodgson, 1847) scats collected during 6 years in the northern forest-steppe zone of Urals region (Sverdlovsk [...]

  • V. Tsygankov, M. Boyarova, O. Lukyanova
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    Organochlorine pesticides are persistent toxic substances of anthropogenic origin that affect biota. Hexachlorocyclohexane (HCH) isomers (α-, β-, and γ-), DDT and its metabolites [...]

  • M. Yilma, G. Mamo, B. Mammo
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    The economic and public health impact of brucellosis remains of concern in developing countries. The disease can generally cause significant loss of productivity through abortion, [...]

  • S. Vijayakumar, J. Harikrishnan, S. Prabhu, J. Yabesh, P. Manogar
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    The aim of the present study was to document the knowledge of traditional Siddha medical practitioners from Thiruvarur district in Tamil Nadu, India, and to quantitatively [...]

  • E. Vekhova, M. Kusaykin, K. Kiselev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015).

    Abstract
    The level of the specific activity of digestive enzymes and expression of their corresponding glucanase genes (Cg-glu1 ) were studied in Grays mussels, Crenomytilus grayanus, [...]

  • O. Tyutenkov, A. Budz
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    This paper is devoted to the area and abundance of pine marten in the West Siberia during XX – XXI century.

  • V. Tsygankov, M. Boyarova
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Sample preparation can be used in biology and ecology for gas chromatographic determination of organochlorine pesticides (OCP), namely, α-, β- and γ-isomers of hexachlorocyclohexane [...]

  • D. Tirsky
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    The Olekminsky Natural Reserve is composed of four types of lake land, six types of river land and two types of wetlands. The wetlands can be classified into four types of [...]

  • P. Simonov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    This paper describes the distribution of the field mouse along the gradient heights in the primary vegetation formations affected by anthropogenic transformation of forest [...]

  • T. Shestakova, I. Tropin, S. Ostroumov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Interactions of metals with the biomass of plant organisms, including algae, are of interest for biology, biogeochemistry and biotechnology. This work studies the interactions [...]

  • I. Seryodkin, V. Zaitsev, Y. Petrunenko
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    This study shows application experience of pulsar satellite radio beacons (Russian production) in studying brown bear ecology. During 2011–2013 three brown bears were equipped [...]

  • I. Seryodkin
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    Feeding methods and habits of brown bear in Sikhote-Alin are varied and specific for each type of feeding behavior depending on the composition and condition of food, its [...]

  • I. Seryodkin
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    The marking activity of brown bears was studied in the Kronotsky Reserve (eastern shore of the Kamchatka Peninsula) between 2002 and 2005. The goal of this investigation was [...]

  • A. Sergievich
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    In the present work, the influence of natural zeolites on the parameters of defensive behaviour was analysed in experiments with white laboratory rats and a modular device. [...]

  • V. Sedalischev, V. Odnokurtsev, I. Okhlopkov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    During the last four decades, a decrease in ermine pelt procurement has been noted in Yakutia. To determine the possible reasons for this, material on the ecology of ermine [...]

  • A. Sabilaev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    One hundred and forty species of birds have been credibly recognised (during 1970–1990) as Kyzyl Kum desert inhabitants. They are distributed in seven arid landscapes that [...]

  • E. Potikha
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Three orders of amphibiotic insects were examined from the eastern and western streams of the Sikhote-Alin State Nature Biosphere Reserve, which is located in the southern [...]

  • G. Ponuwei, P. Dash
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    Blebs are spherical plasma membrane protrusions formed when the membrane detaches from the underlying cortex as a result of actomyosin contractility-powered increase of hydrostatic [...]

  • E. Pimenova, M. Gromyko, S. Bondarchuk, V. Malysheva, E. Malysheva, A. Kovalenko
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016).

    Abstract
    The characteristics of four stages of demutational succession of a valley Korean pine–broadleaf forest are provided according to the parameters most vividly capturing the [...]

  • D. Pikunov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    In the beginning of 19th century, the range (areal) of Panthera tigris altaica included the forest part of the Korean Peninsula, the northern provinces of China, and the left [...]

  • P. Perera, T. Sundarabarathy, T. Sivananthawerl, S. Kodithuwakku, U. Edirisinghe
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    The upper Malwathu Oya is a seasonal river. The main livelihood of people living in the immediate vicinity of the river is paddy cultivation, and chronic kidney disease is [...]

  • M. Pavlenko, M. Tsvirka, V. Korablev, A. Puzachenko
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    New data on the distribution of the endemic Asian rodents zokors (Myospalax sp.) in Eastern Russia (Transbaikalia and Khanka Plain) based on new taxonomic, genetic and morphological [...]

  • A. Panichev, S. Trepet, I. Chekryzhov, O. Loktionova, V. Krupskaya
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    This article is aimed at identifying the cause of rock eating by wild herbivores in the territory of the Caucasian State Biosphere Reserve in the Caucasus Mountains. The research [...]

  • V. Nevsky
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Phytospreading, proposed by S.V. Meyen, depends on the role of biological evolutionary “mechanisms”. Some biological species that occupy a vast territory from the equator [...]

  • I. Nesterova
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Ecological characteristics of the basin flora in the Sikhote-Alin Biosphere Reserve and its buffer zone are presented in this paper. The ecological groups, allocated according [...]

  • Y. Nagaraja, V. Krishna
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 7

    Abstract
    This study was designed to evaluate the hepatoprotective activity of aqueous extract and isolated flavone (5-hydroxy, 7, 8, 2’trimethoxy flavone) compound of Andrographis [...]

  • A. Myslenkov, D. Miquelle
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    During four months in the winter period of 2002–2003, a census of four species of hoofed animals (red deer, sika deer, roe deer, and musk deer) was conducted in the study [...]

  • A. Murylev, A. Petukhov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    This article discusses the features of Apis mellifera mellifera associated with the expansion of their habitat to the north. The A. m. mellifera isolated in Kama Urals is [...]

  • D. Mukherjee, R. Ahmad
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    Glucose-6-phosphate dehydrogenase (G6PD), a key regulatory enzyme of the pentose phosphate pathway, catalyses the first rate-limiting reaction to produce ribose-5-phosphate [...]

  • N. Moskvitina, I. Korobitsyn, O. Tyutenkov, S. Gashkov, Y. Kononova, S. Moskvitin, V. Romanenko, T. Mikryukova, E. Protopopova, M. Kartashov, E. Chausov, S. Konovalova, N. Tupota, A. Sementsova, V. Ternovoy, V. Loktev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    From 2006 to 2011, in the Tomsk region (south of Western Siberia), eight species of pathogens were detected in birds and the ticks feeding on them: Tick-borne encephalitis [...]

  • K. Mokashi, V. Shetty, S. George, G. Sibi
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    Chlorella vulgaris was isolated from sewerage treatment plant and grown in the presence of sodium bicarbonate as carbon source at 0.25, 0.5 and 1.0 g L− 1 . Highest specific [...]

  • D. Matyukhina, D. Miquelle, A. Murzin, D. Pikunov, P. Fomenko, V. Aramilev, M. Litvinov, G. Salkina, I. Seryodkin, I. Nikolaev, A. Kostyria, V. Gaponov, V. Yudin, Y. Dunishenko, E. Smirnov, V. Korkishko, J. Marino
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    A better understanding of which biological and anthropogenic parameters are strong predictors of suitable habitats for tigers will help address conservation planning in those [...]

  • P. Mani, P. Sivakumar, S. Balan
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    The use and commercial applications of biosurfactants in the petroleum industries have been raised during the past decades. Marine bacteria and their efficiency in crude oil [...]

  • D. Maksimova, I. Seryodkin, D. Kuznetsov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    The results of an investigation of the helminth fauna of musk deer, Siberian roe deer and Manchurian deer in Primorsky Krai are provided. Regarding the musk deer, the nematodes [...]

  • D. Maksimova, I. Seryodkin, V. Zaitsev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015).

    Abstract
    As a component of a complex program studying musk deer ecology in the Sikhote-Alin Biosphere Reserve, a survey of the musk deer population density, based on pellet group count [...]

  • D. Maksimova, I. Seryodkin, V. Zaitsev, D. Miquelle
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    Since 2010, a comprehensive program of studying musk deer has been conducted in the Sikhote-Alin region. This musk deer study program has employed the methods of radio telemetry, [...]

  • T. Lutsenko, E. Chernova, E. Lysenko, D. Ryzhakov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    The carbon concentration and distribution in dissolved organic matter (DOM) and particulate organic matter (POM) in the lagoon lakes Blagodaty and Golubichnoe located in the [...]

  • N. Khristoforova, V. Tsygankov, M. Boyarova, O. Lukyanova
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    The levels of six chemical elements (mercury, arsenic, lead, cadmium, zinc and copper) were examined in two species of Pacific salmon, genus Oncorhynchus, pink salmon (O. [...]

  • D. Kuznetsov, I. Seryodkin, D. Maksimova, A. Khrustalev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    A helminthological study of six adult Siberian roe deer (Capreolus pygargus ) individuals from Primorsky Krai was performed. The abomasa and small intestine contents were [...]

  • D. Kuznetsov, I. Seryodkin, D. Maksimova, A. Khrustalev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    A helminthological study of the digestive tracts of 15 Far Eastern musk deer (Moschus moschiferus turovi ) of Primorsky Krai detected single nematodes, which were assigned [...]

  • P. Ghosh, T. Maiti
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    The symbiotic diazotrophs comprise with a very diverse group of Gram negative soil bacteria, collectively called as rhizobia found in nodule of legume plant. Rhizobia adopt [...]

  • A. Choudhary, R. Jiwane, T. Alam, S. Kishanrao
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    Hand grip strength is often considered may predict cognitive functioning and has been established as associates of cognitive performance with individual differences in some [...]

  • I. Kozyr
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    In this study, we examined the response forest dynamics (since 1982) on Sokhondo Mountain (2500 m a.s.l.) under climate change in Transbaikalia (southeast of Lake Baikal, [...]

  • P. Kiku, M. Yarygina
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Using a systemic approach, this study highlights the problems of public health in the Primorsky Territory and demonstrates that the spread of ecology-related diseases depends [...]

  • S. Jha, P. Sharma, R. Malviya
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    Over the past decades, cancer is the major cause of incidence of death increasing every day. Different forms of tumor therapy including radiotherapy and chemotherapy are used [...]

  • M. Sohel
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are endogenously initiated, small non-coding RNAs and typically regulate the expression of mRNAs in post transcriptional level either via translational [...]

  • J. Han
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    When a half-full Bordeaux glass is oscillated sideways at 4 Hz, calm waves of wine gently ripple upon the surface. However, when a cylindrical mug is subject to the same motion, [...]

  • V. Guskov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    Due to the lack of a proper technique for determining the ages of brown bears, a simple and straightforward method that is based on published data and our own observations [...]

  • S. Golubev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    The physical vacuum affects not only the natural processes in deep space but also identifies the key features of the structure of ordinary matter. This sphere of work intersects [...]

  • Y. Gluschenko, О. Burkovskiy, I. Tiunov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014). Vol. 8

    Abstract
    Presently, there are several nesting groups of the Chinese penduline tit in Primorsky Krai. In Russia, the first nest of the Chinese penduline tit was found in 1994 in the [...]

  • C. Ezeonu, I. Onwurah, C. Ubani, C. Ejikeme, A. Ogodo
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016).

    Abstract
    Trichophyton soudanense and Trichophyton mentagrophyte were isolated from the rice mill environment, cultured, and used singly and as co-culture in the treatment of measure [...]

  • E. Chernova, E. Potikha, O. Nesterenko
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    The concentrations of heavy metals in the bottom sediments (fraction < 0.1 mm) of streams of the Sikhote-Alin Nature Reserve and streams draining the mines of the protective [...]

  • A. Cherniaev, A. Kondakova, E. Zyk
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016).

    Abstract
    The determination of 4-nonylphenols has been developed using HPLC with fluorescence detection method. 4-Nonylphenols in sea water samples were extracted using a liquid–liquid [...]

  • S. Bondarchuk
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9

    Abstract
    This paper presents the results of studies of the young growth of main forest-forming coniferous species in four types of native cedar forest of the Sikhote-Alin nature reserve. [...]

  • N. Bgatova, O. Makarova, A. Pozhidayeva, Y. Borodin, L. Rachkovskaya, V. Konenkov
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2014).

    Abstract
    The results of a study of structural and metabolic changes in CBA mice with hepatocellular carcinoma caused by lithium carbonate nano-sized particles are presented. Light [...]

  • M. Avtushenko, S. Kovalchuk, G. Likhatskaya, T. Zvyagintseva, T. Haertlé
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016).

    Abstract
    The gene of tyrosylprotein sulfotransferase, which was discovered in mammals, has been widely found in marine mollusk Littorina sitkana . High conservation of this gene indicates [...]

  • S. Allen
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    Etiology and pathophysiology of chronic internal disease was unknown until last days. This article challenges that two clinical trials have discovered the origin of chronic [...]

  • S. Ahmed, S. Ikram
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    Over the last decade, much interest has been developed in biopolymer based materials due to their biocompatible, biodegradable, non-toxic and non-allergenic nature. Chitosan [...]

  • I. Adeniyi, O. Adejoba, F. Akinlabi, O. Alao
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2016). Vol. 10

    Abstract
    Three types of vegetable oils namely, groundnut oil, coconut oil and palm kernel oil were investigated in this study for their clearing ability in wood histology. The vegetable [...]

  • N. Abdela
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2017).

    Abstract
    Dairy producer increase milk production by over feeding grain diets that are high in starch and low in fiber to increase intake of energy and met dietary requirements of the [...]

  • L. Shuo, B. Chai
    Perspectives in Science (2016). Vol. 7 pp. 122-125

    Abstract
    This paper aims to solve the model and parameters with the discussion from the algorithm characteristics of model, the analysis of each algorithm, solving the difficulties, [...]

  • V. Zaitsev, I. Seryodkin, D. Maksimova, S. Soutyrina
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015).

    Abstract
    Research on population structure and behavior of musk deer has been conducted on defined areas within Sikhote-Alin Reserve (Russian Far East) since 1974 using a combination [...]

  • A. Silchenko, H. Khanh, C. Hang, V. Kurilenko, A. Zakharenko, A. Zueva, B. Ly, M. Kusaykin
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015).

    Abstract
    A novel method was developed for the screening and detection of fucoidanase activity in bacterial colonies using fucoidan–agarose plates and staining with hexadecyltrimethylammonium [...]

  • A. Panichev
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9 pp. 95-103

    Abstract
    New data on the abundance of rare earth elements (REE) and their biological properties, which appeared in recent decades, force the researchers to reconsider the facts previously [...]

  • F. Kafilzadeh
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015). Vol. 9 pp. 107-111

    Abstract
    In this study, the levels of organochlorine (OC) pesticide residues in Lake Tashk have been investigated using water, sediment and fish (carp) samples as a case study to find [...]

  • V. Bocharnikov, Y. Gluschenko, D. Korobov, I. Korobova
    Achievements in the Life Sciences (2015).

    Abstract
    The results of 11 years (2003–2013) monitoring activities, including estimation of number and gender structure of waterfowl on the Lake Khanka, are presented. The accounting [...]

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