I. V. Mosharova

I. V. Mosharova
P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology · Department of Biology

PhD

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Introduction
I. V. Mosharova currently works at the P.P. Shirshov Institute of Oceanology and Department of Biology, Lomonosov Moscow State University. I. is researcher in Water Microbiology. Her most recent publication is 'Environmental Monitoring of Water Ecosystems Based on a New Microbiological Method'.
Additional affiliations
January 2005 - January 2016
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Senior Researcher
January 2005 - present
Lomonosov Moscow State University
Position
  • Senior Researcher

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Publications (25)
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The first study on the dynamics of virioplankton abundance (VA) in the coastal waters of the Mos-cow River in the autumn-winter period at stations differing in the level of anthropogenic impact has been performed. The VA in the waters of the more polluted Dzerzhinsky st. (with a mean of 235.6 ± 71.5 × 10-6 mL, varying from 167.79 to 397.39 × 10-6 m...
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Cultured hydrocarbon-oxidizing bacteria have been isolated for the first time from bacterioplankton in urban Lake Beloye (Moscow). The taxonomic positions of two bacterial strains (2012B and 2012C) isolated from this lake have been determined. Lipids of the strain 2012B comprise C14:0–C19:0 fatty acids, the most abundant of them being C15:0 (54%),...
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Chlorophyll a concentration, the total abundance of bacteria, the number of bacterial cells with active metabolism, and the abundance of saprotrophic bacteria were studied in the surface and bottom water layers of Lake Beloe in winter and spring 2015–2016. The abundance of sanitary-indicator microorganisms was determined for the first time with the...
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The effect of aqueous unmodified fullerene C60 dispersions (AFD) at a concentration of 5 mg/L on the total number and metabolic activity of heterotrophic river bacteroplankton was investigated. The stimulating effect of AFD on the number of bacterioplankton and on the activity of electron transport chains in its cells is shown. It is established th...
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Effect of invasive ctenophores Mnemiopsis leidyi and Beroe ovata on low trophic webs of the Black Sea ecosystem T.A. Shiganovaa,⁎, A.S. Mikaelyana, S. Monchevab, K. Stefanovab, V.K. Chasovnikova, S.A. Mosharova, I.N. Mosharovaa, N. Slabakovab, R. Mavrodievab, E. Stefanovab, D.N. Zaskoa, B. Dzhurovab a Shirshov Institute of Oceanology, Russian Acade...
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The spatial variability of phytoplankton primary production characteristics has been studied along transects between the Shetland Islands and Iceland (transect I) and along 59.5° N (transect II) from June 30 to July 16, 2013. It has been shown that the surface chlorophyll a concentration (Chl0) varied within more than two orders of magnitude from 0...
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The results of experimental studies of the magnitude and rate of variability of the potential photosynthetic activity of marine phytoplankton under variations in light conditions simulating the vertical mixing of phytoplankton within the euphotic layer are considered. It has been shown that photoinhibition of phytoplankton in the surface layer occu...
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Sanitary and microbiological researches of a coastal surface water of the southern part of Lake Baikal (from the Listvyanka to the Tanghui) were conducted in June, 2017. Total number of bacteria varied over a wide range – from 0.93 million сells/ml up to 2:05 million сells/ml, with an average 1.41 ± 0.3 million сells/ml. Biomass of bacteria varied...
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New oil degrading bacterial strains 2012B and 2012C were isolated from the Lake Beloe, one of three ice Kosinskie Lakes in Moscow region. Molecular identification of the bacterial strains was performed by using 16S rRNA gene sequence analysis (GenBank: KP779654.1, MG966152) and in case of 2012B strain additionally alkB partial gene sequence (KR4226...
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One of water ecosystems’ main components is heterotrophic bacterial plankton, carrying out processes of organic substance destruction that provides water ecosystems self-cleaning. The tasks facing modern environmental monitoring of water ecosystems demand the account not only the total number and number of separate physiological groups of bacteria,...
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The distribution of bacterioplankton with active electron transport chains, as well as bacteria with intact cell membranes, was investigated for the first time in the region of St. Anna Trough in the Kara Sea. The average number of bacteria with active electron transport chains in the waters of the St. Anna Trough was 15.55 × 10³ cells mL–1 (the li...
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In September 2011, variations of the total abundance of bacteria were studied, including, for the first time, the abundance of bacteria with intact membranes and active electron transport chains, as well as chlorophyll a concentrations and some hydrological and hydrochemical characteristics of water in Yenisei estuary and the zone of Ob–Yenisei riv...
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The results of investigations of three Moskva River sites with different degrees of pollution using a complex of microbiological characteristics and the parameters of chlorophyll a fluorescence are presented. We determined that the bacterioplankton seasonal dynamics at less polluted waters (Tushino and Vorob’evy Gory) were similar but differed sign...
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From December 2009 to December 2010, the total abundance of bacteria, the abundance of bacteria with electron transport chain, the abundance of viable saprotrophic bacteria, and the concentration of chlorophyll a were studied in water samples from lakes Svyatoe, Beloe, and Chernoe in Kosino-Ukhtomskoe district, Moscow City. The abundance of bacteri...
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The presence of PCB-TRB and PCB-TOB in the Baltic, Bering, and Chukchi seas was determined. It was found that most of these physiological groups of bacteria reach a chronically contaminated PCB marine ecosystem of the Baltic Sea. It was revealed that the number of PCB-TRB and TCB-TOB mainly depends on the concentration of PCBs in the suspended matt...
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Vertical distribution of primary production (PP) and concentration of chlorophyll a (Chl) were studied during two cruises in the Drake Passage in November 2007 and 2008. Variability in the vertical curves of Chl was registered in the different hydrological zones of the Drake Passage. The Antarctic waters were characterized by a well-defined deep Ch...
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On the basis of luminescent microscopy using a DAPI dye, the abundance, morphometric characteristics, and biomass of bacteria in the coastal waters off the northeastern part of the Black Sea in 2005 were considered. The material was collected in June, September, and October along the cross section from Golubaya Bay towards the open part of the sea....

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