Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Kolesnikov Sergey Ilich

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INFLUENCE OF THE COMBINED EFFECTS OF MIRCOWAVE RADIATION, OIL AND LEAD POLLUTION ON BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF AN ORDINARY BLACK SOIL

abstract 0811207018 issue 81 pp. 248 – 266 30.09.2012 ru 1614
In the model experiments we studied the effect of combined action of chemical pollutants (PbO 1,000 mg / kg oil 5% by weight of soil) and microwave radiation (SHF radiation) with a capacity of 450 and 800 W (duration 1 minute) on the enzymatic activity, the number of microorganisms and indicators of phytotoxicity of an ordinary black soil. We found that the combined effect is systemic, rather than a simple summation of the effects of individual pollutants, shown no direct proportion between the power of the microwave radiation and its biological effect in the combined pollution
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EFFECT OF DEFORESTATION ON THE BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF MOUNTAIN SOIL OF WESTERN CAUCASUS

abstract 0821208072 issue 82 pp. 1043 – 1053 31.10.2012 ru 1510
EFFECT OF DEFORESTATION ON THE BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF MOUNTAIN SOIL OF WESTERN CAUCASUS
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DEVELOPMENT OF A REGIONAL ECOLOGICAL REGULATIONS OF CONTENT OF CONTAMINANTS IN SOILS OF SOUTHERN RUSSIA

abstract 0821208073 issue 82 pp. 1054 – 1070 31.10.2012 ru 1679
In the article, we have proposed regional environmental standards for heavy metals, oil and oil products in the main soils of southern Russia
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EFFECTS OF COMBINED LEAD CONTAMINATION AND ALTERNATING MAGNETIC FIELD ON THE NUMBER OF SANDY SOIL MICROORGANISMS

abstract 0821208074 issue 82 pp. 1071 – 1080 31.10.2012 ru 1183
In the article, we have studied the effect of lead contamination, an alternating magnetic field, their combination on such groups of soil microorganisms, as ammonifying, amylolytic, nitrogen-fixing bacteria, and micromycetes. The pollution had a significant and different effect on the number of soil microorganisms. The nature and extent of this effect varied depending on the level of impact of each factor, and they were not linear
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USAGE OF THE BACTERIAL PREPARATION “DESTROIL” FOR DESTRUCTION OIL POLLUTION IN FRESH WATER

abstract 0831209046 issue 83 pp. 654 – 664 30.11.2012 ru 1650
The researches of degradation of oil products in fresh-water reservoirs at the expense of the activity of petrooxidizing bacteria of Acinetobacter speivs SN-2 are carried out. The decrease in the content of oil products in 25 days prior to maximum concentration limit (0,05 mg/l) and the increase in concentration of oxygen in the reservoir are defined
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DYNAMICS OF ENZYME’S ACTIVITY OF BLACK SOIL WHEN POLLUTING WITH ANTIBIOTICS

abstract 0851301046 issue 85 pp. 579 – 588 28.01.2013 ru 1808
In the article, we have studied the effect of antibiotics on enzyme’s activity of black soil. Introduction of the high doses (600 mg/kg) of antibiotics benzylpenicillin, nystatin) leads to considerable decrease in enzyme’s activity of soils. The class of hydrolyses is most sensi-tive to the action of antibiotics, their activity decreases for 50-70% from control values, the class of oxidore-ductase is least sensitive (10-40%). Antibiotic’s action on enzyme’s pool of soils has the prolonged character
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BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BLACK LEACHED SOILS OF THE ROSTOV REGION

abstract 0891305017 issue 89 pp. 232 – 243 29.05.2013 ru 1443
The regularity that increases biological and enzymatic activity with increasing the age of the deposits of 10 to 82 years has been shown. The indicator of recovery of black leached soil steppes can be presented as invert-ase activity and humus content, as well as reducing the density of the soil. Integrated indicator of the biological properties decreases with decreasing age deposits: 82 years (100%) - 26 years (84%) - 16 and 10 years (74%) - arable land (64%)
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ECOSYSTEM DEGRADATION OF THE LIMESTONE MASSIFS OF WESTERN CAUCASUS AFTER DEFORESTATION

abstract 0911307127 issue 91 pp. 1854 – 1869 30.09.2013 ru 1580
Significant changes in mountain ecosystems occur after deforestation on limestone massifs of the Western Caucasus. Tall-mountain-meadow vegetation with a large variety of species formed at low and medium soil disturbance 3 years after logging. Physical and biological properties of calcareous soils also vary greatly. The values of biological activity decrease at the maximum load is more than 10 times. Biological activity is increased by 20-50% or more cutting stations with low disorders. Biological properties of soils (especially the enzymatic activity) are very sensitive indicators of changes that have occurred as a result of logging. Changes in the activity of soil hydrolases different from changing oxidase activity at different times after logging
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STABILITY EVALUATION OF SOUTHERN RUSSIA SOILS TO CHEMICAL POLLUTION

abstract 0911307128 issue 91 pp. 1870 – 1880 30.09.2013 ru 1776
We propose a method of biodiagnostics of soil resistance to chemical pollution and its regulation on the degree of violation of the ecological functions of soil based on the definition of the integral indicator of biological state (IIBS) of the soil. The comparative assessment of the stability of the major soils of the south Russian to chemical pollution are considered in this article
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BLACK SOIL RESISTANCE TO COMBINED OIL AND ELECTROMAGNETIC POLLUTION

abstract 0911307129 issue 91 pp. 1881 – 1891 30.09.2013 ru 1752
This article shows how soil contamination with oil leads to a significant decrease in the values of its biological properties. High levels of induction of the alternating magnetic field intensified oil toxic effects
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