Scientific Journal of KubSAU

Polythematic online scientific journal
of Kuban State Agrarian University
ISSN 1990-4665
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Bugaev Leonid Anatolyevich

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associated professor

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Federal State Unitary Enterprise Azov Fisheries Research Institute (FGUP «AzNIIRKH»)
   

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INDIVIDUAL PSYCHOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF RAILWAYS OPERATORS OF DIFFERENT AGE GROUPS

abstract 1121508013 issue 112 pp. 177 – 188 30.10.2015 ru 1116
The article presents the results of the study of some individual psychological characteristics of the drivers of rail transport in the age groups 25–34 and 35–45 years. We have identified a number of differences between the two age groups associated with both features individually-psychological sphere, and in the psycho-physiological features. Features of age-related psychological differences can be explained by the age characteristics of the representatives of each group; psycho-physiological features of age differences may reflect developed in the course of a long professional activity features. We have also developed adaptive strategies, consciously or unconsciously selected during the long-running monotonous activities and in small social groups (teams of drivers) allow, on the one hand, higher quality performance of their professional duties, on the other — to avoid the harmful effects of stressful situations at work. It can be assumed that the composition of drivers age group 35– 45 years is the result of natural selection, when those who did not cope with this type of activity is simply dismissed or transferred to other kinds of professions
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PESTICIDE POLLUTION OF THE COASTAL WATERS OF THE TAGANROG AND YASENSKI BAYS OF THE AZOV SEA IN 2009-2011

abstract 0811207042 issue 81 pp. 569 – 579 30.09.2012 ru 1063
The residual amounts of the pesticides in the coastal water of the Azov Sea were studied in spring seasons of 2009-2011. The concentrations of the pollutants were determined and the degree of their danger for hydrobionts was assessed. The concentrations of the pesticides diluted in the water of the Taganrog Bay and the eastern Azov Sea are shown to be lower than the maximum admissible concentrations set for fish-ery reservoirs
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PESTICIDE POLLUTION OF THE COASTAL WATERS OF THE TAGANROG AND YASENSKI BAYS OF THE AZOV SEA IN 2009–2011

abstract 0811207066 issue 81 pp. 876 – 888 30.09.2012 ru 805
Residual amounts of pesticides in the coastal water of the Azov Sea were studied in the spring seasons of 2009–2011. The concentrations of the pollutants were determined and the degree of their danger for hydrobionts was assessed. The concentrations of pesticides diluted in the water of the Taganrog Bay and the eastern Azov Sea are shown to be lower than the maximum admissible concentrations set for fishery ponds
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QuЕChERS SAMPLE PREPARATION IN THE DETERMINATION OF PESTICIDES OF DIFFERENT CHEMICAL CLASSES BY HPLC

abstract 1321708011 issue 132 pp. 117 – 127 31.10.2017 ru 22
The method has been developed of simultaneous determination of active ingredients of different kinds of pesticides in biological tissues (fish liver) by applying HPLC with ultra-violet detection and the rapid method of QuEChERS sample preparation. We defined optimum volume and composition of the reagents for the extraction, time of centrifugation and ultrasound treatment, the origin and composition of sorbents that ensure maximum extraction of the substances studied and further cleanup of interfering substances. Acetonitrile was used as a solvent. The extraction was carried out in the presence of a buffering mixture - trisodium citrate dihydrate and disodium citrate hemihydrate. Bondesil PSA bulk sorbents (alkylated amine containing two amine functional groups - secondary and primary) and C18E (reversed-phase sorbent based on silica gel with grafted octadecylsilane groups were used to purify the extract from coextractable substances (fats, proteins, sugars, organic and fatty acids, pigments and other impurities). The degree of extraction of the analyzed active ingredients of pesticides from the liver of fish was 79%. The detectable pesticide concentrations ranged from 0,4 to 0,97 mg/kg. The relative standard deviation of the analysis results amounted to 0,01-0,14
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