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Alexander Ivanovych Syso

Alexander Ivanovych Syso

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November 1978 - present
Russian Academy of Sciences
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Publications (43)
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To assess the ecological state and anthropogenic transformation of the Taimyr soil cover, the composition and properties of soils in natural and technogenic landscapes were studied in the northwest of the Central Siberian Plateau and in the North Siberian Lowland. Highly skeletic lithostrats (Skeletic Technosols) and peat heavy loamy organolithostr...
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Different environmental factors can cause changes in the elemental composition of plants. The research attempts to shift the focus from studying the effect of soil on the elemental composition of plants to assessing the impact of multifactorial ecolog� ical blocks on this index. Using the method of atomic absorption spectroscopy, the content K, Na,...
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Agricultural industry is the biggest intersectoral complex. The first priority of any country is to secure supply of abundant and safe food for the population. In 2017, Russian minister of agriculture A.N. Tkachev noted that Russia is able to feed itself and will be able to do so in the future as well. The task put forward by Vladimir Putin is to g...
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The effect of weather conditions and such soil properties as pH, salt content, as well as different forms of macroand trace elements, on phytocoenoses biodiversity and chemical element contents in the aboveground phytomass was investigated in the forest-steppe zone of the West Siberian plain. Soil chemical element composition and salinity content w...
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Considering the narrow range of the cultivated vegetable species in Russia and the worldwide trend for impoverishment of the biochemical composition of cultivated vegetables, simultaneously with globalization of the vegetable crop production, it is necessary to search for plant species and forms characterized by a high content of functional food in...
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The variability of the content of macro- and trace elements and fractions of flavonoids and hydroxycinnamic acids in organs of the honeysuckle Lonicera caerulea subsp. altaica plants collected from indigenous populations in Gorny Altai (Seminsky Ridge), Russia, has been examined. Statistically significant positive correlations between the altitude...
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https://www.researchgate.net/publication/331834545 ; • Год издания: 2016; • Место издания: ГЕОХИ РАН Москва; • Объём: 580 страниц (67,2 печатных листов); • ISBN: 978-5-905049-15-6 ; • Монография ; • Аннотация: Авторский коллектив. Часть текста на английском языке. ISBN 978-5-905049-15-6. Под ред. В.В. Ермакова. Среди соавторов книги - члены РАН,...
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Macro- and trace elements variation limits in the blue honeysuckle leaves, collected in the geochemically contrasting environments in the Altai Mountains, were determined by X-ray fluorescence analysis using synchrotron radiation, and their relationship with plant secondary metabolism analyzed. In content of main classes of biologically active plan...
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The contents of lead in soils, water, forage, grain, organs and muscle tissue of cattle were studied in two ecological zones of the Novosibirsk region differing in dominating of cattle breeds: Hereford (meat breed) and White-and-Black (dairy breed). The lead concentration In soils, forage and grain was determined using flame atomic absorption spect...
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Statistics show negative forecasts of the demographic indicators of the Russian population including their size and health. The human habitat which has been deteriorating in recent decades causes cardinal changes in the assortment and variety of food and significantly contributes to the reduction of their biological value. The depletion of food pro...
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In this study, we investigated the accumulation of radioactive strontium and cesium in different types of plant feedstuffs and dairy products from some Siberian regions including the Novosibirsk, Kemerovo and Tomsk regions. It was shown that the content of radionuclides in the five types of plant feedstuffs did not exceed maximum permissible concen...
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The data about the content of macro -and microelements in main types of soils and types of forage herbs on the agricultural lands of agricultural and industrial districts of the southern Siberia have been presented by ecological and bio-and geochemical criteria. The work is aimed at analyzing the results of the study and assessing the content of ma...
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The method of SR XRF was used to study 26 elements and their physiologically important ratios in small bulk leave samples of Lonicera caerulea L. collected in the zone of active tectonic fault in post aftershock period of Chuya earthquake (after 2004). During the highest seismic activity under the influence of hypogene emanations the concentration...
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Siberia has experienced significant transformations over the past 70 years and particularly since the introduction of the market economy 25 years ago. This has caused implications for landscape processes and for the status of terrestrial and aquatic ecosystems. We review the role of science and technology in monitoring, understanding and developing...
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The content of 30 macro- and microelements has been studied and assessed by statistical, hygienic, and biochemical criteria in soils and Achillea millefolium L. as a forage and medicinal plant. The study has been conducted in the territories of the Novosibirsk agglomeration contaminated by waste from industry and transport. The relationships betwee...
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The aim of the present study was to determine the Cu and Zn accumulation in the soils, rough fodder, organs and muscle tissue of Hereford and Black-and-White cattle in Western Siberia. The content of copper and zinc in soils and fodder have been studied in two groups of districts of the Novosibirsk Region, distinguished by dominant cattle breeds –...
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Sapropels of lake systems in Novosibirsk oblast were studied to develop a scientific basis for their rational use. Sapropels from lakes in Novosibirsk oblast have been classified based on the ash content, chemical composition, and genesis. Organic–mineral and mineral–organic calcium and mixed sapropels of macrophyte and macrophyte–plankton genesis...
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Изучены сапропели озерных систем Новосибирской области для создания научной основы их ра ционального природопользования. На основе зольности, химического состава и генезиса класси фицированы сапропели озер Новосибирской области. Установлено, что среди сапропелевых отло жений в озерах Новосибирской области резко преобладают органо минеральные и мине...
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Siberia is the backbone of the economy of modern Russia due to huge reserves of gas, oil, land and water. Not only resource extracting and processing industries, but also forestry and agriculture capitalize these resources with implications for local and global processes of nature and society. We analysed the state of land and water resources with...
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Abstract: the Author's team. Part of the text in English. ISBN 978-5-905049-15-6. Ed. by V. V. Ermakov. Among the co - authors of the book are members of RAS, employees of several institutes of RAS, employees of MSU. Lomonosov's. Part of the book includes articles syso A. I., Alekseenko V. A., E. A. Romankevich etc..... THE QUESTION OF THE MANIFEST...
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SRXRF is used to study trends in the content of macro- and microelements in the assimilation organs of blue honeysuckle in geologically contrasting sectors of the Altai Mountains. The accumulation of flavonoids in the organs of L. caerulea is influenced primarily by Cu, Ni, and Zn, as these trace elements are selectively concentrated by this specie...
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The contents of a number of chemical elements in soils, particle-size soil fractions, and poplar leaves in Novosibirsk are studied. The coefficient of biological accumulation is calculated. It is found that mineral particles
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The contents of chemical elements in soils and plants collected from the tundra ecosystems of Western Taimyr (Russia) have been studied to determine the natural factors affecting the concentrations of chemical elements in plants and soils. Naturally high contents of Be, Cu, Mn, Nb, Ni, Pb, Sr, V, and Zn have been found in the soils, most likely due...
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Определено содержание фенольных соединений и тяжелых металлов в сырьевой части растений H. perforatum и L. quinquelobatus, культивируемых в трех регионах Западной Сибири (Республика Алтай, Кемеровская и Новосибирская области). Проведено изучение динамики накопления флавоноидов в листьях исследуемых растений. Получены данные об изменчивости морфолог...
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Communities of oribatids that inhabit the soils of urban ecosystems that have various degree of pollution with heavy metals and arsenic, recreational loads, and surface transformation were studied. The suppressing effect of the anthropogenic pressures on the communities of oribatids was investigated. The effect of the recreational load, the increas...
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The concentration of 26 elements in the leaves of blue honeysuckle is reliably measured via SR XRF. The overall content of K and Zn, the concentration of their mobile forms in soils, and their accumulation in the leaves of plants are associated by a positive correlation. The accumulation of elements in the leaves of plants remains relatively stable...
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Examination of the Novosibirsk Akademgorodok soil cover has shown that sod-podzolic and gray soils prevalent in its composition are conserved in their original state in the areas with a low anthropogenic load. However, in the areas with a high anthropogenic load local pollution of natural soils and urban soils with phosphorus, calcium, and heavy me...
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The investigation addresses the ecological role and the current ecological status of mountain mires in the Kuznetsk Alatau. It inquires into the geo- and hydrochemistry of peat deposits, along with mire and river water, which comprise a typical mountain-mire ecosystem, Krestovskie Mires. The chemical composition of summer rainwater collected in Kuz...
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The effect of the main components (K, Na, Ca, Mg, Fe) on the atomic and ionic emission of trace elements Sr, Lu, V, Sc, Ti, Cr, Pb, Sn, Ni, Co, Bi, Mn, Pd, Zn, Be, Ba, Zr, Y, and La in atomic emission spectrometry with a two-jet argon arc plasmatron was studied to improve the accuracy of the quantitative multielement analysis of natural objects. It...
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The peat-forming process of the southern margin of the taiga zone in West Siberia depends on climatic fluctuations, which have an effect on the peat stratigraphy and chemical composition of peat. It is shown that the contemporary warming does not interrupt the bog formation, which is due to the lateral flooding by water came from adjoining peatland...
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The total content of heavy metals and its regional specific features were determined in the main parent rocks and soils of the southern part of Western Siberia. The regional background concentrations of heavy metals were found for chernozems and gray forest soils of the Ob River basin and for chernozems of the Barabinskaya and Kulundinskaya plains....
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The content of heavy metals (24 elements) in the main types of soil-forming rocks in the south of Western Siberia is examined. Regional variations in concentrations of heavy metals, including important pollutants (Ce, Nb, Hg, Sc, Sn), are revealed for soil-forming rocks of similar textures.
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A procedure has been developed for the multielemental analysis of plant ash by atomic emission spectroscopy using an arc argon two-jet plasmatron as the source of spectrum excitation. The conditions for the excitation and registration of spectra by means of two crossed spectrographs (DFS-8 and STE-1) were optimized. B, Ba, Be, Bi, Cd, Ce, Co, Cr, C...

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Изучение полиморфизма белков сыворотки крови, эритроцитарных антигенов, биохимических и гематологических показателей крови свиней и скота Сибири.