Н А Manucharova


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  • 2018-12 Effect of Gamma Radiation on Viability of a Soil Microbial Community under Conditions of Mars in PALEONTOLOGICAL JOURNAL
  • 2018-07 Comparison of Diversity and Functions of Epiphytic Bacteria from Cultivated and Weed Plants in Agrocenoses in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2018-04 Structural and Functional Characteristics of the Prokaryotic Community of Soddy-Podzolic Soil Influenced by the Herbicide Glyphosate in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2017-11 100 kGy gamma-affected microbial communities within the ancient Arctic permafrost under simulated Martian conditions in EXTREMOPHILES
  • 2017-05 Molecular analysis of the hydrolytic component of petroleum-contaminated soils and of soils remediated with chitin in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2017-03 Structure of epiphytic bacterial communities of weeds in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2016-10 Actinomycetal complex of light sierozem on the Kopet-Dag piedmont plain in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2016-10 Absolute number of Bacteria and Archaea in soil in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2016-07 New processes of microbial transformation of nitrogen in soils as a source of greenhouse gases in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2016-02 Ecological and Taxonomic Features of Actinomycetal Complexes in Soils of the Lake Elton Basin in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2016-02 Distribution of Metabolically Active Prokaryotes (Archaea and Bacteria) throughout the Profiles of Chernozem and Brown Semidesert Soil in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2016-01 Characterization of the structure of the prokaryotic complex of Antarctic permafrost by molecular genetic techniques in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2016-01 The structure and functions of bacterial communities in an agrocenosis in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2015-09 The role of microorganisms in the ecological functions of soils in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2015-07 Agrobacterium tumefaciens as associative nitrogen-fixing bacteria in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2015-04 Effect of potassium chloride on the emission of carbon dioxide from chernozem in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2014-11 Effect of mechanical grinding of Sphagnum on the structure and physiological state of bacterial communities in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2014-09 Comparative analysis of the functional activity and composition of hydrolytic microbial complexes from the lower Volga barrow and modern chestnut soils in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2014-04 Filamentous actinobacteria of the saline soils of arid territories in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2014-01 The prokaryotic community of subglacial bottom sediments of Antarctic Lake Untersee: Detection by cultural and direct microscopic techniques in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2013-11 Monitoring of the chitinolytic microbial complex of the phylloplane in BIOLOGY BULLETIN
  • 2013-08 Psychrotolerant actinomycetes of plants and organic horizons in tundra and taiga soils in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2013-01 Description of the phylogenetic structure of hydrolytic prokaryotic complex in the soils in BIOLOGY BULLETIN
  • 2013-01 Comparison of the adaptive potential of the Arthrobacter oxydans and Acinetobacter lwoffii isolates from permafrost sedimentary rock and the analogous collection strains in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2012-09 Temperature as a factor of development of psychrotolerant mycelial bacteria complexes in soils of north regions in BIOLOGY BULLETIN
  • 2012-07 Reactivation of dormant and nonculturable bacterial forms from paleosoils and subsoil permafrost in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2012-03 Specificity of soil hydrolytically microbial complex under different moisture conditions in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2012-02 Thermotolerant and thermophilic actinomycetes from soils of Mongolia desert steppe zone in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2011-06 Psychrotolerant actinomycetes in soils of the tundra and northern taiga in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2011-04 Extremophilic and extremotolerant actinomycetes in different soil types in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2011-04 Specificity of the chitinolytic microbial complex of soils incubated at different temperatures in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2011-03 Anaerobic methane oxidation in soils and water ecosystems in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2010-12 Characteristics of bacterial communities in hydromorphic soils of northern regions in MOSCOW UNIVERSITY SOIL SCIENCE BULLETIN
  • 2009-12 The microbial destruction of chitin, pectin, and cellulose in soils in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2009-07 Microbial destruction of chitin in soils under different moisture conditions in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2008-10 Thermophilic chitinolytic microorganisms of brown semidesert soil in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2008-10 Methodological aspects of assessing chitin utilization by soil microorganisms in BIOLOGY BULLETIN
  • 2007-10 The composition of the chitinolytic microbial complex and its effect on chitin decomposition at various humidity levels in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2007-08 Methane production and growth of microorganisms under different moisture conditions in soils with added chitin and without it in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2007-04 Temperature as an autoecological factor of chitinolytic microbial complex formation in soils in BIOLOGY BULLETIN
  • 2006-09 Microbial destruction of chitin in different soils in EURASIAN SOIL SCIENCE
  • 2006-03 Microbial transformation of chitin in soil under anaerobic conditions in BIOLOGY BULLETIN
  • 2005-09 Succession of Chitinolytic Microorganisms in Chernozem Soil in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2004-01 A Chitinolytic Actinomycete Complex in Chernozem Soil in MICROBIOLOGY
  • 2000-03 Taxonomic composition of denitrifying bacteria in soddy podzolic soil in MICROBIOLOGY
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